The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 2, 1936 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 2, 1936
Page 2
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f AGE TWO BLYTHEV1LLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS:. Noiwood Points to Maik- ed Inciease in Building Activity , - > , Bitisfsctlon! at the amount of buitaing actirity In evidence heic and' throughouti nortlieist Arkansas general}} was expressed bv Hal ;Nprwood,- chief of the Federal Housing Administration ihv Aik- misiis, . who visited Blylhevllle to da> 6n a tour of this pirt of the state, accompanied by L M Hawkins, FHA field man lor this bectlon Arkansas, hp salt! is one of the leading states in per capita volume of HIA flnaiKJng and Mississippi county b one of the leid- Ing 1 counties in Aikan^as Hie National Housing Act, wltl its -provision for- mutual uibrlgagi insyraiico v,llli tho fatlh am credit of the gQicunnent pledget to 'the payruentf, of 'defaults, "ha reeslabllshcd,, tlic 11 security an stibility of hojne mortgage In \eslments and real estate \alues Mri? Norwood said." "One hundret bailks and savings and loin a scclations in Arkinsis aic mnJ mgl Insured mortgage loins tin de^ ( thc FHA plan und ln\o mid loans ainounttng to $3317,27 More old hoivcs haie been re paired and more new homes hav bc?l> built in Aikin,sis in II past two sears than In the tc preceding years. Go in any dlrcc ticM ind \o\\ sec the ciltlencc this statement" Mr. Norwood, former allornc geheral of AiKon^ib, lias adminli tejja tlic Fedcml Homing A< jnuilstratlon piogram in this stn sii)ce Us Inception. Farm News ir A-Reaf'Sheinff' Lulu, Belle' if aud Mary Locke/ -email daughter ol ill 1 , and Mrs, .Coulsoh,-. Is at Baptist- hospital, J-Mcmplils,: wllli mciimonia. .']••-, ( • \ Miss Pearl Lynn McCornilck'-aiid icr uncle," Hlce McCormjck, • arc iiwndliiii; n' few weeks .wjili rela- Lvcs in i Kentucky.. ' '" • • _ . . ._ ..... „..._, ... Mr.- mid Mrs.. : 'LonlsFrecmunI communHy;jnceliiig 'noiisc pii Hl'gh- atid dauElilCJ'.v Jbiw r.aiiil' jiminlcl way 4fl niondny (night to- several Frances, wore giicsl-s .Hinulny of hundred jjsoplp. '.' ,'.,''', "•'"'-----• Rev. and Mre. J/T. Handail 1 held tlie reBiiJar : services- at,the ;/ Me|.!i- THURSDAY, -2, 1936 and. 1'rcil .Rplilnspii.' -^ ••".:•; :;,-,;'•• • Mrs. R. JI. ttoWnson and Yaiiilfy relumed from Hoi Springs Sunday morning! : •'•.•- :' : : .ML$s Anttctto, Kli'by, who<wil| work In; the ' couiily agent's office In Qsccols, visited friends ami rel atives In i the weekend, Jiulge ?M\ iinrrlson -spoke .at:the LIBERTY CASH GROCERS 4th oi' July Specials Open All Dav * t ' - . ' ' -• * ' * p • and Mrs. Dill Sccoy ol Joncs- boro... ••;,..•, i ••. '..:, ,-.,.v," •..-'.,•: ... i Johnny Dayton, William Wilson odlst church Sunday morning "anil and the Misses. Ethyl Kltcr mid evening., | -: s Irene Wilson sjwit .Sunday at -pis ' MO. f' ' •' i, ( '(; Mr. iiml Mrs. 'Russell. Dcvorc . left Friday (or llicir homo' at El- vlns, Mo., utter.-!! .visit ,\vllh.Uio hitter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Colioon.; ..'... Mra, lj. Clnrk, of Max Creek, Mo., and Mr. and Mis. Doyle Shi-i-iiv Lulu,' nolle, 1 u( 'Hoy, Crane's famous !;\Vash TyMw"' comic strip, }\as been convii- • Icscinj! since,sh<; slopped a. bul-; let recently, but toush liombres 'had better nol Iry lo tackle Mils real-life "Uiki Hello" — llco Johnston, above, Cnmpflre Girl executive. Her llaminu red '.hnir nixl that l>iishu>ss-likc (!ri» on her K»n bode ill for any intruder ;it Camp McVoddcn, I'oiiea City, Okla,, which she is guarding as 5-s : > u b' sheriff.',. Carter. «nd ba,by, ,of Milan, Mo,, have returned' to' 'their; homes after a .short visit in the home ol Mr. and Mrs. Tom Edwards. } Mre.i Reuben Puckett aiull son, Leroy, • rctimied 'lliesday ; after « week's visit w)l|> Mrs^Ixiura r|cr- soii a(, Memphis,'; ; Mr. mid Mis. Joe' Lester spent last week end "with Mr.. Lester's pim'iits at Poplar Bluff, Billy Worslpy; son of Mr. ami Mrs. fiill Woi-sley of Victoria, Ark, spent l.he week end with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kenley and son. Urban. Mrs. ThcMma Thomson and daughlor, Beth, returned ..Wednesday from n three weeks visit wllli Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Buckley at Denver/ Col. Mr. mid Mrs. 'John Av.thW and daughter, of Tylei', were guests Saturday and Sunday of Mrs. Azlbll's parents, Mr., .and. .Mrs. Sam Workman. Mrs. J.,H.'Waits ; enldrlalnc<U{lw Missionary society at Sicr tiotpc Monday-atlcVjioan. Ten rncmbers and one visitor were prnsent.' The proei'ainsi.opcned wtlh/an ; agcoynt of interesting events of the past wctk.\ Mb. /n. IV Uunavant gave a re'|>oi t of charges thai have Ijecn made, in.tlio i»si.tlilrly years both In t'iio liliuVch and politics.' *A round luMc discussion followed; 1 Caspian'gen' nt Low'Level', UAKU; U.i S, S. Ri (UP)—TJl lowest level of tlie Caspian Sea foi the last century 'nas been recorded Ihis year. According to rrof. 1 Kov- ulevsky, .tijc average level of .the Caspian' Boa was" lovvcrsd durlnf, the last century by a fraction o: an inch, ., ,, . , fi and Mrs Jelt Tnulersli faimdav \Ulli the foimcr parents Mi and Mis J r Tank otsJe\, of Marie Mi and Mrs Homer Moslev were supper "guests: of, Mr. Hollamt News '.Mr, and Mrs. 6. S. ijtlcy ' n'iu nephew. Hoy Scott, Aaron Nun ncry and daughter,' rnullnc am | Lois, vlsllcd Mr. and Mrs. Verlcj Jack Rebellion of Ridgcland Safurda\ nlijht Mr and Mis Simon Hazclwocx! of tieii D\css spent the \\cck end Mitli Mr and Mrs C. II Yales Mrs Troj Jcfficy and- daughters Bctlj and Billj, spent, the end vUth'Mrs Jeffiej's sh ter, Mrs Edith McClnlu of Kolsci 2\\ltt H.ilc, of D>e"!s Is spcnd- Ihls week Mllh his uiotlier, Hershel Hale ,0harle\ Richardson Is spending tWs »qck in Blytlicville on bus! ness • , ' TMrs fyesteivrGflii^Jtt~lv-ill \\lth coll I is JTaimndBc Riddle has -returned from St Josephs hospitil Mcin- plus, where she raidcracnt an ap pendi\ oiierndon She is doing \ei> well j&Irs Hershel Hale ts ill this week j Bean and Elmer Lee Nunnery » ' Keiser Par'ngqukl. lust Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. O. II. I'inkslou attended, services Friday for the infant .son of Mr. and Mrs. Ruy Flnkstou, of. flnyti. Burial was made at the family cemetery at Rector,. Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Glover, Mr. and Mrs. Roy L'dwavds and - Mr. .anil; .Mrs,- Clifford ;CoircU were uuests ; Sunday at ii. hlr'tlulay; dinner for Prank Henderson, given nt ,-thc : homti of - .Mrs. Lonnic llnrycy Arnold, ' of- ituffman, Ark',."'ls'^Si)'en(Uiii;''(his* week wiin Ills mother. Mi's, Mary Arnold. Miss Dorothy Powers, daughter • of Mrs. Pcnrl Powcii, has re.tiirncd from [i visit, with friends arid relatives in St. Louis. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. P. Jenkins, of New Survey, spent Sunday with -The Thursday' Bridge club" met at't'nc home of Mrs'. W. ; M. Tay : lor. Two guests were present,: Mrs. Walter Lorlng, from the colony, and Mrs. l'.-O. Cnvynn. High score .mis won by Mrs. Grip Chllds and Visitors 1 prize by Mrs. F.'O.-Ciwynn - Mrs, Alice Wllson,j'Mi-f>. Clovis Crockett and daughter, Ma.1 Alice, were guests last.Thursday -of ,Mr. and Mrs. .'Harvey Wilson. 1 Mr, and"; Mrs. Frank Lowe of Joiner weri! Sutiday 'gucsls of Mr and'Nlrs. C. 3. Lowe. : 1 The Epworlh ;LhiKUU lifid n swimming parly. lit' the . Osccolu ' poo Thursday night. Afterwards Ihcj went-to Orldfr.L'ark for a wicnci roast. ' ' / ' .' •• , • :' Tilt: Kciscr. niembcrs present ui the social and business meeting o: the County Union : at iBlyfhcvillc were MLss Cleo IMckcns, 1 Miss Willie Halph Ferguson, Helen Moore Tn : Dallas and, Other ...Points To D:\lliis and Oilier Points Very Attractive Prices > : . ., Mrs. K. A. ,'1'eafonl - Ost.eol:i, : ;Atk;- r •-. rhiho.H'M SHCCIALS l''OU FlUDAY AND SATURDAY 5 t: AMMONIA IJoltle . BLUEING 12-0/,. Positive Relie for MALARIA Sure End to Chills and Fever! Here's real relief for Malaria Grove's Tasteless Chill ToiiicP'J -' Quickly it slops Ihc chills nritrfcvcr^ ami restores your body to- corn for I.) Many remedies will merely iillcvtolc the' j-ytnploius, oT Mabrb Icuitiorarily, but' Groi'c's Tnslclcss'ClLill Tonic'^bcs .ill Uyv, vt&y and completely tEtU your system> of the infcclion. ; ' •• ! .. ' ' '• { Grove's Taslckss.Chill Tonic.U a real corrective of jMnlarb because It Contains," two things,'Vire^'taslctcss quinine Xvhich Kills the M;il.iml infection in tlic bloacl.^ Second, tonic iron which helps cvercomar UIG ravages of the chills :mcl fever and Joilifiesagainst further attack. I'lay safe I Take, Grove's,Tasteless Chill Tonic. It; now comes in two sizes —50c and $1. Tho, $1 she contains 2 l /< limes as much as tho : 50c size nnd gives you 25% more for your money. Get holtlo today nt any (I rugstorfci Why Gulf is the Gas for the Fourth GROWN-UPS. SHOULD CELH- BRAT!: the Vuuuh tool Drive somewhere. Do tilings,:Bnt to get ma.\;n)ucn mileage..iise',. a gasoline ihat's made especially, for July weather conditions m •, *p'^| this (liscrict. If you don't, part ^-'i For you with the cultured taste-of the connoisseur, a rich surprise is in store . . . Kentucky's own "double-rich" straight Bourbon ... Ask for it! Slan-PC liurd. 2 cans u VIENNA. SA -^I: 5 C DOG 100D (TC SALT 2 foi t? Roll PINTO BEANS' Jicauty Watermelons s.f39c Pimentoes 7 oz, can 4 oz. can :..8c ,,Sc. Live, M.. 27c Dressed, II) 35 Lunch Ham Ib. 28c jPANTAhOUl'KS <J Jiimhu. Kudi Jiimlio Staik CORN I'ndc of No. 2 111. Ciui 10 C BON AMI ..... .. If MUSTARD „ ..... , l c CATSUP M-0/,. liotlle Pickles Jar 12c MATCHES »S« A i I n • Mompliis/l * Salad Dressing r, 2k Swiss Cheese 'Hottlc. G IJAI'K 'I'liUlT JUICI5 (Jarth's. Can VAH-T-JKJ/AII Flavors CC l>kg. t) ' /rpAIATO ; 1 Stokt-ly's. Can K I'hillijis. , : Caii FRUIT BANANAS- HTUING IlKANS '• • 1 Wh<)l(; - NbVa'Cai) J 1C Libljy. 2$-m. I'urc liiiij: 8-11). pall COFFEE Kcd Hose i,!i. Hug IffiMKO ,,„. f:i , 13 C SALT Itc Cream -iJ>. liox T Cross [»:u-k. Painl y -j OC Ciin ii) SALMON Chum Tall Can POLISH (lav While. Koltle >I,ACK l'KI'1'KK t' V,' U>. liox Mayonnaise, Qt. 28c Anglo Can 16c [ I.ihhy's I No. 1 'Can I'KIM'EKS l-'rcsh. ) OST URAN FLAKES ; i'kg. It's Sliced St)iti' 1)111 Kiicli- 3c MILK Dime LIMA FSour il-'luffy Knn'te ' 5 -Lb. Sugar Free. 20-lf). sk ECG PLANT PEACHES "1112i c I0va[>. - 1,1). liest • Cream : '2.1-Lli. Sack lied Roast KolU-d \Yilli Hullcr Pound 5c Wilson's I'oinul 32c IMUJI'J 1 COCKTAIL Can u All Flavors .r. \J KT Bakimr I'cwilci-. Lb. Can FLOUR. Mary .I iine Saek BRflflMS S !'7C Golden - Hraml .•Poinul Tltomiison Seedless Pound iSc 10c Vine Hip'cncd .. Large Si/.e •Kiiclv '> 23c OVKN FRKSII l-i.b. Ite :^ 2-LI). Uox . [ 5s Olives , lioscrialc Ouccii 22-0/.. Jar Peanut fitter, Peaches Can 15c Pears DcLlixe Lemons Sunkist Size Dozen" 9e ilc 5>9 ; PRpQ;F-j<E.NTyqKY, STRAIGHT BOURBQN WHISKEY Co^yrijht 1S36. Scfcenkj-Distributors. Inc., K*T York ^ '. Flour -Siulilcy's lic's't I'l. or S. R. 21-I.b. S?cl; Fresh Spare Salt-Meat '". Hoiliug 'omul Werners-Franks ib. Svvccl Gcrkins Dozen Sh 1^r III. !3U ^ Chuck, Lb Thick Rib, Lb.. ISc Picnic Hams Sliankk'.ss Pound •' '.' ; ^ / f V •?' Home Killed C:.'. .;.".'• : Full 'Drcsscil Pound 28c Pure Pork Sausage m. 15c ( Standard ,No. 2 Can Spring Time • TS'(>; 2 Can Society Club Quart . v Upton's [:;,:•.''.''i'.Orango :I'cUoc I;-'• .. ; '". ;i /i I-t'i, Can '

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