The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 17, 1939 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1989 KROGER & Prices For Friday & Saturday I'riccs Knr Friday & Siiliirdav Armour's Tall |Ce 20 m Ciiu Only *l PINEAPPLE PIE CHERRIES Havapirie Crushed Nn. 1 Can Country dull No. 'i Can, Ra. Cc 0 MJICK, Cmind'v ciut) to 1c lL~i •1G-0/. Can TAMATA HIB^IF cmmtrv ciuii IUMAIU JUllft 3 No. 2 tall Cans Gents No. 2 Can CRACKED CORN FLAKES Wesi'o Urand •i II). Hox Country Chili 8-0,: l'h K . J.oiiff 20-()x.' 2 For Pure Cane 10 LI). Clolh ling Puree Added No. 2'/ 2 Can 10 C w 5 15 50! CHUM SALMON COFFEE Can Embassy Ql. Ji.ii- Connli-y Club QL Jar Chase it Snnboni Pound 1fl c *J*| **- ] « Pint ............. lie Quart ........... 21c Or Rice Cello. Cf Puffs Pkg.v 9 A LEMONS BANANAS ««Jt Ql. -^O Stinkist Dozen Ripe Or own While Cobhler \f 5 « -. Seedless L'dless "71C CALIF, s Sv iiml DO. 15 C Cc Klberla Freestones Finest Qualilv Country Club LI.. 2-lc SpoUi^it, -|Cc Frciifh . . 1,1,. 20c 3 Ibs. J3c- l.b 13 PURELAR!) 32 KIDKEY APB1GOTS FLOUR MYLES' SfiLT s ,, Cr , . 63' Country Chilj Nn. 21/ 2 la Syrup Guaranteed 2) Pounds Crfii. Can Can I Kii. 58' TOILET TS^^HF Cliflnn - r ' r)() ^ BVlbCB B ia-JWt, Sheet Rolls 0 Rolls ES Finest Urand A fc I I'ltg. Pan Ilolls With 1 II). K.K. Baton 25c VEAL Chops or Roast i'onnd no TAILS POKK MVBR I'lO URAINS PAN TROUT II) In Piece ll>. 17^c Fancy Sliced lb. Rolled ROAST Rillb Thick Rib or Churk lb. Fresh Dressed '^^^^^^•^•^••M^^ Frver^lh I i j VI O !?J« BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.V COURIER NEWS Farm Women Will Have 'Use More • . Cotton' Booth \ In nn rfrorl (o show (lie world i Hint farm women ol Mississippi I County are doing their part in cotton consumption, lire comity liome demonstration clubs will .sponsor ni> education!)) tooth of -Use More Collon" at. the county fnlr to tie licld here Sept 21-Oct 2. That the booth will l)c of ni» unusually high standard Is certain us every club In the comity plans to submit articles from which the best wll be chosen for the booth. Combining Instructions with the desire to Imve uu excellent booth, a two clay school will be hold here Sept. 1 duel '2, when two representatives from pitch of (lie 28 clubs will study the nil of funking imit- tre£Eiv>, uphoLslcrliif! '»><l MII cover making mill Ihey, in turn, will instruct fill members ol Ihcir clubs. From the articles made, Die best will be chosen for the (air exhibit. Mrs. D. GiuTctt, who ten ye.-.rs ngo made the first home muclc cotton mattress used In the county and who did similar work as Instructor in a Wi'A mattress making projiet, will instinct the 50 women In that art. Miss Com Leu Calemnn, county home demonstration audit nn<l .supervisor of the .school, will be assisted by Miss Sybil linles. home industries'chairman of Arkansas, in tencnlng the making of .slip covers mill upholstering.. Melons Plentiful In County But Price Poor Although Mississippi County lias never been famous for its water melons as most of the soil is too rich for this crop, an unusunlly large number were grown this .vear to mnke the largest cn>i> in the history of the comity. Most ot the melons were planted west of Big Lnfee, where (lie soil is more sandy, and several car loads were shipped from a concentration point at Leacln'llle. Several fanners living soiilli of Blytheville on Highway 6), where is also some sand, were successful In growing line melons this year. The extra ordinary yield intnle prices rapidly fall after the growers had obtained :\ fair price for their fn-sl sales. The price is now as low as five cents each for fine melons and there is yet an over supply as can be seen by iv ride through the western section of the county. Practically every yard has u large pile of watermelons' in It. Name William Gardner Osceola School Official '•-eSOEOLA,"-Ark., Aug. -11.— William A. Gardner, principal of the Lake Side High school, Hot Springs, for the past three years, has been elecled principal of the Osccoln Elementary school, according' to an announcement made today b'y Roy E. nawson, superintendent "of city schools. Mr. Gardner is R graduate of Henderson State Teachers College, Arkadelphla. Miss Chloe Clark- of Conway, graduate of Arkansas State Teachers College and who has been teaching English and Commercial Courses at Mountain View, Ark., lias been elecled to head the commercial department in the Osceola High school, succeeding Miss Gladys Estes, who will complete her graduate work at Pcabody next year. This completes the faculty for the Osceola schools, Mr. Dawson slated. Both schools will open on Sept. 11. Electric irons of rotary type are used in pressing wrinkled document in the National Archives at Washington. ROXY Admission always lOo Si 26c Matinees Frl.-Sal.-Sun. Last Times Today PAL NIGHT! Z nflmitlcd for the price of 3 A "PEN"TURNS MAN TRAP! Prison Also sclccluil shorts Friday - Saturday Koonce infant Dies At Parents' PAGE THREE Home The iiifnul son of Mr. mid Mrs. E. b. Kuonu' iliwl shi'illv ni>v birth J'tstcrilay m t)u- pinciita' home nt Dogwood, liosktes his pai 1 - oiits, he Is also smvtvecl by ,\ sister, Shirley Jean. Fmiei'iil services wore held this morning 111 Noith Suwbn ccmntcry. Hnnnu Punerul Honii' was In charge. D)/f,ss Personals \ Easlern Slar Meets Dyess Chapter, U. D. Order of the Eastern Slar mot Tuesday night, In regular business meeting with Miss Helen Shaw, Worthy Matron, presiding. Mr. J. Walter Illll, of Lepanta, p. w. O. p. with Mrs. Hill special guests. Mr. William C. Thebus wns elected lo receive the degrees of the Order. The play, "Turned anil How", a Ihree act comedy, will be presented In the near future under the direction of Mr 'iliebus for the benefit of the chapter. At the dose of the meeting a study In (lie Proficiency work wns conducted by Mr. Hill. An milomallc lop, which is •al.sed or lowered entirely by 'acmini power from the tnglne, can now be obtained nt slight extra cost on most automobiles. SILBEKNAGKI, &• COM PAN V I.HIlc Ilock - Vine Khiff - Fo Smith I II . Coolest Spot in Town Watch Society Page Of Courier New* F«r Free Show GaetU Last Times Today • Every Skirt • Every • Every Dres* of QuoUly fob flcsl L... _„. ' Srlgkt Cahit lot Stkcoli Sale! Auklcta Super Homesteaders for 1 to inn' 'J'" 0 -''"'''!! blue tlcniiu. and Ovclolli.. 5.)c <Mo; II I.-islcx tops keep them neat an< slraightl Gay cuffs! Blazei stripes! Combed cotton. Save I Suintnerlline tomboys get ready for teacher with Wards collection o [ schoolgirl frocks. Checks, plaids' DUTCH 01KL dresses (with pnnlies for kindergarten tots) I Full gathered skirts Korcd and pleated. I'iue, washable p c r c a J o prlutB. 1-14. SAiflorMtnanJBtvsl Ward Ski|is Girls' Printed Dresses Finer novelty collous.Qoj newest styles, Savcl'O Stock up now on these lin clumbrays! Triple main scams Iwo buUon-tliroiijjh pockets Save 12cl Get txira wear for school, gym, baskctballl Non-slip rubber soles, reinforced tapl Hoys' Shirts Hoys' Shorts : Buy Mm a term's supply no and save 20% extra! Snap new patterns! Full roomy sizes Also Paramount News, Scree i Snapshufs & Pilnsical Shnrl. AilmKsion fllatincc JOc & ZCc Nijilit 16c * 3Gc 5 5 . S . S 9 $ ? 9 FRIDAY, AUG. IS 175 GOOD REASONS Why Yon Should A 11 e n i) Matinee or Night 8 § $ 5 S ? 5 A girl in every .room—and a man .on ev*ry mindl Also cartoon & serial "Hawk uf U'itclcrncss." Continuous show Sat- . HOTEtfOR WOMEN A 70th Centwry-fox P«tw« '.', Also "Odd Oecup.itlons" and March of Time" Admission M.lllncr 10c Night IGc & 3Ge. 26c School Suits 90 Mother!/ Save 5/c o[ V/atdil Trousers Regularly 1.98 1 17 Snnppy new patterns. FuX-cut sizes. Long wear. All you look lor— priced lower at Ward.il Built for Hordes/ Wear! Styled Like College Men's! 1. Coats have shaped waists. 2, Body and sleeves are fully lined with fine rayon. 3. All scams are taped. 4. Button holes arc precision-stitched. 5. Piped welt pockets. C. Pleated^ trousers. 7. Long-wearing fabrics. 8. New Fall patterns! I With Sftc/«.f<,il«n«J Poclc.lJ Sport Shirts Fall-Cut 79' SALE/ fioyi' Codon Cowt SIiiH, IV, qi (s S»t Rtgutorlf 7.87 I "« Sanforized—W'/, shrinkproofl blurt in full-cut sizes 8 to MJ/J. Panls, 8-18 years. Dark gray. fful Stripes! Boy»' Sport Shirt.s Fast Co/or/ 59' Firm knit cotton packed willi plenty of wear! Launders in a Jitlyl Neat shirt-type collar. Smart New School Shoes Rich, exciting plaids on husky wovca cotton. The roomy zip pocket keeps his treasures safel 1 68 Imagine it lor ,1.57 . .; S genuine Goodyear Welt black ox(ord, smartly perforated I And a 2-tone Equare-toed ghiliic oxford with extra tsp-on crepe sold They're values I 354-8. A/aw 2- Tont Sfrpover/ Boys' Sweaters Slide f 0 <l*W ^Ji C Classroom acesl Great for play, tool Long-wearing rib-knit yarns. Smart raglan sleeves. FeiTiow Gym-weor C 4,irls- Skips Worth For Mo,, I Slim peak-tops designed to fit narrow ankles and give MORE support] Reinforced rubbercapl CMAIOO ORDERJERVICE brings you over lOD.ljOO iJerfi* WARD BUYN0W...PAYMONTHir on WorBs Monthly Payment Plan! .100 W. Main Phone. 676

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