The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 26, 1930 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 26, 1930
Page 8
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.- ;FAGE EIGHT. NK,YV,S : ' f-ii >e Duplicated, Every-New Low Prices S/eete Society—Personal Yard wide,." fust color, 17c Value . . yd.lOc ersey Dresses Also, Jersey ' Suits Silk Hose 42 K*uge, full fashion, silk to top • . $1.50 Value tv. ilk Dresses i Suits Travel prints nnd solid color silks 3 Beautiful new fnll styles >ind colors 98c Bloomers AND STEI'-INS Fancy, non-r u n rayon 49c t>l 1 • Slips Silk crepe slips 98c -ty Siippers l.iulies L litest styles, all hi 1 els $1.95 1 ers Arch Supports for ladies, complete line • .95 Black an d brown, Goodyear .wells .95 cout Men's Shoes $1.49 ''•; "^ Shiek models, dark nrousers vMetn ^ M $3.45 Mens Suits All wool, well tailored, we tit $ you .75 1 "•-- s Work Shirts Rhie" or ''fife; heavy grad- full cut 49c Mrs. R. M. Fauls, who liac been veiy 111. Is sonic teller. I), li. ['oils and Miss Msibie.Smllli iiictored :o Memphis Sunday,!, where lliey ullemlcd the fair tliere'. Mary D. Baker ofO'CooU'i 1 ,' anil Miss Kvclyn Blggail ' spent Sunday with FYanklo. and Rubyc j'fijiencer. • '. .; Mrs. L. C. Spencer 'Is upending tills week In Memphis wtih her fallicr who Is In the hospital tlicic. Mlw> Olene Bookerv of-• H&lluml spent Insl week end here visiting relatives. •*•£'• Mr. J. ,J. Johnson-4>f BlyllievlUc was a Sled vltltor Monday. Jphll Sinltli and Floyd Tale of Blythnvllle were visiting iicre Sunday, evening. Misses Ills anil Myrle Mlchle of Cooler, ond Miss Evelyn Ulggarl of here..were shopping In Blylheville Wejiiifwlay alteruonn. : 'MIViiNilft 1'rovow bf-ilayt! visited friends lit'i'f; laic .Simtluy alifn- noon. Mr. and Mre. C, E. Milter, Misses Sina nuggar ' and _Rnbye' Ashley .were vlsltlnf In Blylheville'-Sun- i day morning. Misses Oinfl and Arline Williams f Luxoru spent Sunday In Sleele. ith fileiftls. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Steelc, Jr., larold and Louise Sleele and Jrmiles York molored lo Manila, uk. Sunday.. .Mr. and Mrs. A. L McBrlde of Jearborn, Mich., were visiting here Sunday with relative.-.. Mrs. Alma Grlssom made a-busi- icss trip lo Cariitiiersvllle Monday. Mr.-nnd Mrs R. C. SLeele/ and «r. Austin Ellis, who have been pending u few days In the Ozorks cturiud lo this dty Wednesday ivening. • , A. T. Earls was taken seriously II Saturday but. Ins condition ; not deemed very serious until Sunday about noon when he became much worse and wus rushed to'the Memphis hospital. His condition' is lot considered teller at last- re- x>rts. The tight month' old son or Mr. ind Mr*. Hlclmrd Wallace departed this life Thursday morning, n.[tcr short illness with colitis. "'" Mrs. c. H. Whistle and children of Dell,' Ark spent this week end .'.'Uh her sister, Mrs Oils Fowler. Mr. W. T. Bailey made a business trip to Memphis Tuesday. ' Hulph Hutchison, of Carmheis- ville transacted business here Wednesday. -Mrs. Gertrude Talbert. Ezra George, and Imogone Talbert re- turner! Thursday from Cairo, 'Hi.. Vherc they attended the funeral ol G, W Oraves,.father of Mrs Tal- bcrt. Mr. and Mrs. -Kay Wa'gner'of Sikeston, and Mis. Alice baX'ls were the Sunday guests of Mr. 'and Mrs. H. B. Hawkins. Mr. nnd Mrs. Eurie Pills of Sh'ar- on were here Tussduy. ' ' Mrs, Albert Beckham and Mrs. Clarence Glllion w^re shopiiinj in Blythcvlllc Wednesday.- • ' Abner Ashcraft mode a business trip to Memphis Sunday. • Elwocd Brown, Joe Alexander atirt Vernon Bishop were in Blytheville Saturday evening. The Vocational Agricultural class of Stcele High School' made a pleasure trip lo Memphis, Tenh., Friday,: while there they altcnd- ed the-Falr. - "•'•••• Friday evening of last .week the Ipworth League of the Methodist Church was reorganized. The •ounk folks all m;t at the parson- ige nnd after an enjoyable time pent on the lawn the party «cnt nto the house and-.the following officers . were sleeted: President Robert Steelc, Jr; Vice President Ben Burns; Secretary and Treas- irer, Kate Crockett; Reporter, Jharlcs York, and Siwnsors, Mrs' G. R. Ellis and Mrs. C. E. Minor. C.IRI.S SHOOT STK.AIGIIT CANON CITY, Colo. (UP)— There ire two more expert irmrksmcn in Canon Cilj-—Mks Stelln Woodring and Miss Florlne Hays, high school students. The girls have 'rocciv- e<l llvjlr expert shooting qualifications Irom [he National Rifle Association. GIANT TOMATO ST. JOSEPH, Mich. <UP)—A to- nialo, weighing IKO pounds nml four ounces 1ms been picked by Leon c. Holland, in his garden patch here. The tomato measures one foot and five indies in circumference and five Inches In diameter. HUNTER'S HOLIDAY MADISON, Wls. tUP)—Ducks autt hunters will be given n holiday every Wednesday .<lurlng the 1930 hunting srason, the former to res'- (U'.d feed the latter because n 1929 legislative act says so. Mens Shirts While, blue or ta fast colors, •$!.! quality ' •"",?. «4H PIGGLY I - I \-f] cres ..Bargains.For Saturday Only Maxwell House, Canova or Sunset Gold 2 Pound Limit CANDY AH sc ears 3 For lOc CRACKERS Ibs. 28c | TOMATOES" 02 3s r rd 25c EGGS Strictly Fresh DOZCH 29C APPLES ^ thans 4lbs.25c I BEETS Bunch 5c SUGAR '^± it 10 Ibs. 49c TOILET PAPER S2Sc I BROOMS !£££ 35c ORANGES Medium Size Dozen 17k) CaERV"iL..Stalh 75c|CflRN l PINEAPPLE Can 25c Large Jumbo Ibs, 19c Peanut Butter ft*? We Fancy Tokay Ib. 9c POTATOES, Fancy Red, Ib. 2;c PalmoliveBeads ^ 9c | Pickles, Sour, Qu t 25c CHUCK ROAST Fancy , bf see, Pound 16c We Don't Substitute, It's Genuine n A .. M J Black M, 3 Pounk Limit "01100 I^rK 0 SftLT MEAT Overalls 220 weight white hack denim, J1.50 quality 89c RHONE ZZO SALTMEAT,$ide,lb.l7c|ROAST Thicli Rib 'Pound 12c MIX SAUSAGE found STEW MEAT Fine For Boiling Pound 12 1

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