The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 22, 1938 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 22, 1938
Page 6
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Steele-Cooter Society—Personal Stffle. ConUsianls Chosen The following .students were selected lo represent Steele nt Uic Comity Grade Tournament meet, which is to be held at Holland on April 29th: girls humorous reading, Helen Campbell; boys orntlon, Raymond BrltUm; girls serious reading, Nell Robinson; girls trio, Maxlne Gran, Helen Campbell, and Rnbye Prltchaixl; boys solo, Dunvocxl I WMtfleUl; girls solo, Rubyc .Prlt- loh_ard. The Olee Club will sing Ilie spfeclton, -'Pni'lners." » • * Miss Dorothy Harris spent Monday in Memphis. She was accmn- ppnlcd by her sister and husband of Hayti. A. O. Allen, Mrs. Mao Shophry-il and n. W. Cmiiforil of llayil mill Miss Jnniilta C i an ford of Slkeston were (jnests of Mr. nnd. Mrs, O. W. Fovvlei" Sunday. Tlicy were accompanied home by Mrs. Lnla Wlnlocli, who lias been 'visiting her pm-enls ! licrc nnd who returned to her home In Flint, Mich., Monday night. MM. H. A. Spe.ncs Is spending the week In Bakcrsvillc us the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Biirdlne. Mrs. Diirdlnc cnme doxn for hei- Tues- i:\y monilna. The freshman nnd .sophomoro clusscs of CooLw Jjl.vJi school urn to have a llii'iili-r |>ui'Ly i-vliluy FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1038 iiUjhl. Mr. and Mrs. Knlph Ennls and ...MI, CHlMrl, of CnniDiorsrillc spent Sunday here with relatives. Arthur Harris, Jr., of WOrkln, Ky., I? visiting relatives here tills week. Mis. C. E. Miller spent last week C. M. Womack of Lawreucobiir;, 'lenn., also Mrs. Haggard's brothers, KvarA and Charles Womtick nnd Mrs, diaries Womack of McAlleti, Texas, Mrs. C. M, Womack was en route to her hnme after spending several months with her sons. Mr. $2.50 BOOK OF THEATER ~ end In Cape airardeau with friends j nnd Mrs. Hazard look her to uu and relatives. rrnreliiirg anil spent DIP 'wwkrixi. Dave Tallcy of Jackson. Mo., Kiwnti Mr liml -Mrs, Clifford M-Unwcll .Sunday licir: with Ills dntigluer. jaml Ted MeClurc Itiu'c i/une to Mrs, Jack Kclli-y. j liubt). Ark., where they ;in- to .seek Mr. null Mrs. T. A. Ilngguril (in- -mplojmniu. IfirlalflifJ as I)).*' giiflMs Ihe latter Mr. and 1 VJ ,,,. Jml , K »im<-K (ml partnf 111.' wet-k, her mother. Mo. clUWrwi or WanM! vklU-il jJhllres hero Snmlny. Atan-laee Hirer Ijy l.'ltliiuUuiu Mrs. Ed Aslicntft lefi yesterday SAN JOSE, Cal. lUl')— Hardly aiwrnoon for her home In Ola, | hjvd he won a S5.000 Judgment in Ar^,, after .several days visit with I court, when Jay McCabe received tier sister, Mrs. Jolm Tucker. | a proposal of marriage, nil oppor- " —— | tunny ( 0 j, ives (, n | n n salt mine, , OAKLAND, Cal <UP>-TheOak- i ","'* " half - 0 ™< >r <'""' '" ," duvlce I land Navy Motliers Clul) Ihe O.'ik- '• for l)lowln l>' "P balloons. The mar[land Foreign Trade and Harbor! '' iilB(> ofrc ''' came '" tllc fo '' in ° r nn 'Cltib nnd 30 other civic nnd fra- j UIl l'»ntiiHi with :i wck'.s Umc lijuli ilernal organl/nlions of the rlty r '"' a dBilslon. ill'P VVll-kfllU ft n 1|H',M-I < r. lln.r« ,,.1.1 • use for old railway eo.iclies. The commerce department reported tlifit several British railroads .sel up the old cars as "cabins' orted ; . I have / )t s" in \ )f >re backing an cn'ori to have one 'of the 35 new nnval criiisfrs iio-.v t.ehv' built named the- u.S.S. Onk- liind. Kail dial-hex .Make (;:ili!tis- WASHINGTON lUI'i — British rails'/ays hnvi 1 found a proliiahtc I Gfrl I.lvos Afloi- Heart Slops I nillSIJANK (UP)- A youiif! 1 Brisbane girl's heart stopped lir-at- :ing during an operation for appendicitis. The doctor immediately made an Incision and started • massaging [lie heart. Seven minutes Inter it started to beat again ur4 Hie uirl recovered. n . Mi l s f ax .T Halstead> of Blytlieville ' wil1 prize at Jack Applebaums. EACH WEEK Each week one of ilic mci-chanls nn Uiis pngfi will award linok of Theater Tickets to .some ; IDENTIFY HIM and WIN A PRIZE W TLT r\ TO T«Ti O rl U lo II r Try This Silhouette Game-It's Fun UOSK SILHOIIU'ITK AI'i'liAHS ON Tin-: WINM-:I{ \vn.i, UK M A Y W E S U G G E S.T LflRKWOOD HOSIERY In three bcautllul styles Hint you are like. Larkwoocl's LO-HICH—the glamorous two and three-thread jitst ovef-llie-knee stocking , $ Larkwood's TEMPERED TWIST— a lovely three-thread stocking: Tor general wear .'-.'. .$1.00 tarkwood'S; CHAR-CREPE—in the two- tlirend. just (lie kind of .stocking yon will want for that special occasion $l.iri. Jack Applebaum 301 W.'Main Phone r>(i H APPY GROCERY & 109 W. MAIN ST H Free Delivery OUR MARKET PHONE IS One Pound Box 15c two Pound Box 25c Large Box 22c ', Medium Box I5c One Trial Piiokajre I'll UK Wilh Kilher Si/.o. CLOTHES, WASHED IN HORAX SOA{> ('{HI'S, LAST LON'GEU A . . . <nn! oh yes . . don't forget to send on! a ca?c of Dr. PcpjHir for my parly." REMEMBER Your "Bite to Eat" At , WHO IS IT? He is one of Itlyt Neville's most popular young men. lie is parlieuliirly - iutei-csldl ii boys, und the sight of him playing 1 in Ihe yard or nn u vacant lot with n group o youngsters is • familiar (n most people \vhfi know.'him. AVho is U? l.-iist ur*'k's " silliout'llp was that ^f Jutlgf George Barltnm. 10-2-&4 Phono ( )70 'hone 970 T W • JEL € I'llOOItAM FKO51 Al'ltll. 2:i TO Al'llIT, M RITZ J ".(uilgc Hardy's C'ljiMi'tui," nidi Louis Stone ^»(J ^liokcy Itoouey. Sun tin y iincl Monday: •'Her Jiiii^lp f.nve". witli I)«rfl£hy l.amoui* t anil Itny ^lilbml. Tncstlay: } "C^irly Girls", uilli .fiick Hulbti-f mill Patriviii KU(s. U'alncsilay and Thursday; "llcbi'd'a tiT Sumivfornok I 7 nrin", with Shiilfy 'IViu- |He 11 nil Gloria Slowarl. Fn'tlay: "IHvniTr of Ludy X". with .Merit 1 Olifioii nnd I.uw- ROXY "Luck or Kiiiu-iiir <':nnp". with Owen Davin Jr. and .loan \Vo(t(Uniry. StiiKla} 1 and Alrtinl.'iy: "\Vnman A£iii«st Ihc Wcrlri". willi Haliih l-'orlws and Alice Mnorc. 'rijc:;rtay, Wednesday mid Thursday. 1'AI- NlflHTS "With I.nvc Anrt Klssfs", with I'iiiky Tomlin :>nil Toljy Wins. I'VifLij': "Heroes ofVriie Abino", with Lane (Miamller and F.^vl Hodsins. You'll find sond food ;il Ihc Clcn- coo (Jrill, prepured the way you like il. Whether at breakfast, dinner or supper, you'll enjoy a nieiil ;il the "Gond Fond -Ahvnvs'' Sincere Friendliness Friendliness thai is sincere; sympathy that is from the heart; an earnest desire to help; that is what we offer to (hose who have lost a loved one. You NEED all this at (hat time and more. The finest will cost you no more at (he Moll Funeral Home. PHONE 30 HOLT FUNERAL HOME Wo Offer Yon DIRECT SERVICE on n n F. H. A. LOAN Let us prove <o you that yon can now modernize your home as you have Ion# planned. The FHA makes this possible and you may secure the loan through us. Why delay . . .? Cull or see us NOW. We Supply All Materials "PETE" The Plumber 109 No. Firs! Phone BIKE REPAIRS Let us set your hike in shape'for Ihe summer riding. You'll have more fun it your hike is in A-t condition. \Vc make all kinds of repairs so SKK IKS NOW. COMPLETE LINE OF BIKE ACCESSORIES T you need a new tire . . . n new fender or anything else for yovir hike come to Western. We have it. Western Auto Associate Store m.YTIIFA'IU.E, ARK. Special Price! -ON— ARCADIA CLUB HOTTI.Kl) IN 1!OM) WHISKEY % |,i,,i an,. I ]>inl .$1.50 HALL'S WHISKEY STORE Elmer- Hall, Omicr U4 T. Main Sli-cct Francis Woods, Miir. is, Ark.

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