The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 26, 1934 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 26, 1934
Page 6
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PACK fOUl BLYTHEVILm, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Steele-Cooter Society — Personal Mrs. John Parks jr. wns hostess at a lunchc-oii In the ballroom of the Green Inn-Friday afternoon, honoring Mrs. Shelly Styles Jr., llic former Miss Ruth McDanlel. Paul Glen McCutclieii and Onlta Joyce Shelton drew 11 carl laden wllh gifts to Mrs. Sillcs from 31 fiicnds. Miss Jano notfle gave u piano solo and Miss Dorothy Yca- gcr gave- n humorous reading. • * • Miss Maude Alice Bcasley, slu- rlfnt nurse al Tulnne university, New Orleans, Is here for n three weeks visit with her )>arenl6. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. ucaslcy. nnd her sister, Mrs. Sims Mlchie. Miss Avn Marshall left Saturday for 11 week's visit in Brighton, Teini., with Miss Hannah Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Copclniul and daughter. Gene of New Madrid, spent Sunday with relatives here. Mrs. Ruby Hushing and Miss Op:il Taylor have returned from a week's visit In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Muscliell Hiimra me Hie parents o! an 8-iwuncl (l.iiiBlucr. born Tuesday noon in l!ie humc of Mrs. Hnmrn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Howard. Mr. nnd Mrs. Cooper Mathics are intending the Hel>eccn rnlly m Lllbourn today. Mrs. Chris Wintsell mid daughters of Brooklyn. N. Y,, arc in Cooler vlsitiiii the former's |iar- ;tnls. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Po!k'. ";Mrs. Polk, who has been seriously ygt,'i* sllglitly better. Charles jiatcs returned from tile Methodist hospital nl Memphis over the week end and Is resting well at her home in Steele. Mrs. R. I. Davis anrt daughters are visiting relatives at Moumaln View. Mr. nnd Mrs. Gus Cooper ol Sleeto lave l»uglit tlie Mlchlu- Cnninbcrs meat murkel at Cooler nnd have moved there. Mrs. Sophia Wall of lioseland, Aik., wns here Sunday to attend His funeral of Uncle Mike Stephens. Stic wns accompanied home by Mr. and Mrs. John f'nrlts jr. Mi. and Mrs. T. C. Deasley anu daughter, Miss Maude Alice,'KPCHI Sunday In Mny/lcJd, Ky., with r el- nllves. They were accompanied home by Mr. Beailcy's sister, who Is Uwlr guest Ihls week. Mr. and Mrs. Dewcy Ynrbrougli am! children nnd Mr. and Mrs. Parker Turner nnd children lefi Sunday on a vacation trip lo Muscle Shoals nnd oilier points In Alabama, Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Hiimra and children spent la.-a week end with relative. 1 ! In Tlplonvllle, Tcnn. Harold Martin spent last week end with Ills pan-ills in Illinois Mr. and Mrs. M. Ci. Koury of Cairo. III., were guests of Mrs [Simmons of Cooler Sunday Rub Rushing. Fred Simmons and Hex Roddick .spent lost week end wllh friends In Memphis. Brodcs Piesser. who has been employed ni Hie coo|x?r pharmacy left Sunday for his home, nl Brunswick, Mo. Mrs. Cecil lienrdon. who Jins boon visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs. Q. C. Wiifslcr, left Monday for her home nl Chicago. Miss Kallicrlne Crockett has accepted a ixxilllon with the First National Bank of Ciunllicrsvllle. Mrs. Daisy Glasgow nnd <lnugh- ler .Miss Elaine Glusguw of Den- ver, Col., me visiiniK Hie former's sUtcr, Mr.s. ]i. 0. Hudson ol Steele. Ml>ji Elaine ulteiuls ihc University of Denver. Carey Simmons of Denver Is also visiting Ills sister, Mrs. Hudson. Negro P.-T. A. at Dell Banquets Graduates Ti:c I',-T. A. ol tin- 1X-I1 negro ichool ejili'ilaini-d wjiii n i).iiK|Hel In honor o[ tin- ciglilli grade graduates. Curtis Black was uxisunasier for the dinner program which Included piano Mies by V. li. Koliti, vocal Mlos by Ju-icpliini- Howard and I/J- rlne Blnck, liinnoions [oasts by Curtis Black, toast lo Hit 1 teachers, Ol- Hc 1). Jenkins, response by Arils 2. Sawyer*. The affair was arranged by Edna Swlnney ami Lucy Ifublcr. The school clOM-d Friday evening with the romnirncfiiieul nddri'.w Riven by frvin Ciray. of Osccola. Noble Gill, of Dell, presented Hie CenincaU'i; lo Ollle II. Jenkins, l/>I rine Black, AlmodgU.- Jones and Curtis lilack. left Wcdiic.«lay. They planned a short visit with Mr. Llnciqulsfs parents at Springfield before continuing to ix« Angeles. Mrs. M. Blankenship and Mr and Mrs. Duke of Jackson Tenn wort overnight guests of Mr. and "llfford, Correll Saturday. Haruld Crawford ancl MHI it. six-ill MpiMl'ay in' Mrs. o. W. Tomb has rctuinu.-l with her sister, Mrs.-W. S Kubin- son. Mrs. Thclnin Thompson and -.aiignicr, Hoth. of Cooler, and Mr. nnd Mrs, John Azlbl] of Tvli-r vlsllcd Mr. and Mrs. Sam Woik- man during ihc week-end Belly Jean Stivers, daugiu-r ol Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence. Sliveis is recovering r,om measles ami whooping coujjli. Holland News Notes | Mrs. lin.sil 1,'dwnrds anil little I Jackie Abbott accompanied Mr. I Edwards lo St. l.anl.s .Sunday. They | lire vibiliiis; relatives In St. Louis i this week. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Mmlrnilsl of Wash' inston, D. c., arrived Monday to visit Iht- killer's parents, Afr. nnd Mrs. L. K Gatcucod, Tnesday Mr. nnd Mrs. Llmtqulsl nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Gntfivood were guests of Mrs. rialru-nod'ii mother. Mis. Glover I'ollard, nnd sister, Mrs. lircwiiiBton. ol East 1'rnirie, Mo., and Mrs. Rail Wimb^rlcv of Bly- thcvllk!. Mr. and Mrs. Llndqulsl LIVER BILE- WITHOUT CALOMEL And Youll Jump Out of Bed in the Morning Ruin' to Go It you ftd tour and iunk intl the world looki panic, don't awillow a lot of ulu. rala- ml vtt^oU.lastUveundy or chevjnc jum ind ripcct ttrm to ntVe you BuJdetJy iveci ud LuoyiBt and full of aurunJot, For Itwy rarft do It. Tbiy or4y Bove th« bowtls anil a mere movement dowu't f«t it tbe »UM. The ri-.-iiu n tor you r il%wa-iTi d-out fedlnf b rctvr livrr. It iliculd pour out two pound* of liquid L11« Into your buwda ililly. It thh bile h not (lo*[rt ftetly. your food doem'l iiiK«tU H Just ileoyi in I bo bowcU. G«a bloau op your •loroach. You h»r» a thick, b*.l tute «nd your btcalli h foul. •Un oftea Mraks out In Ulemlshfa. Your >ica<I Kan tad you ftri down and on t, Y our w tio!« *>itea U po!»oned. It takes those toad, old CARTF-jL'S LITTLE LWEH PIMJi lo jft tlrf»t two pounds ot bU* flowir.j ([«ly *t,d mtk« yr*i t«l -cp *o-i up." Th*y eonUln wonderful, hanaJ«s, rtntl« vftcUbfe eitnttf, anailnc •hen it cone* to mkine the bile flow frtfly. nut rton't iuk lor Hvtr ^1 b. Aik f or Car trt'» IJttl*- User 1'ilU. Look (or th« R»rea Oartrr'i JJltls JJver I'illf on the red l*M. nwrat * iJt»Utyt<.25cald/ucilor«. Co. Just What You've Been Looking For »i4? ^i^l ; m* Irish Linen Oxfords - Sandals Pumps White & Beige Cool, Cointortnhlc and Serviceable ; : $175 A Pair New White Footwear Dress Pump High Heel . Sport Pump Leather Heel $095 Won Ui Knd Clearance Odds and Knds of Early Sprint/ Slippers Blue - Grey - Beif/c $2.95 Values ' $OOO $1.95 Values $169 APair Just a few pain of each kin Real Values O.C.Ganske 2«« W. Main BLOWOUT PROTECTED GOODYEARS ON EVERY WHEE1 GOODYEAR SPEEDWAYS B10WOUT PROTKDON tNAT LASTS Supenwist Ordinnry Tire Corils Tire Cards '82% 36% ft I'cr cent of origin il icnsUu strength remaining in curds :\flcr lonft DSC in tires: Milci Him 8,000 93% 16,000 $1% Snpcrlwisl tiord—:i (Joodyear cnt—stretches, .ihsorlis shocks, uml comes Kick strong! Thoroujhly ruhhcri7cd lo resist hc;il. it £l\e» la-silne htowoiit prottcdnii In cn-ry I'ly. Ask its to demonstrate! Kour Full I'lics of Supertwist Con! — insulated with heat- resisting rubber. • litre's LI lot of lire nnd :i lol uf blowoul-protection for a little money. An cwmplcof (he greater value lhat we c:m glre you hrcause more people buy Coodyrars thun any other tire. See us before you buy—we'll show you (he most for your money :it nny price you name. Do Vour Tubes "Pinch" and Puncture? • Here's ;i tube tlm pu'&ugutnsl the rim i he tough- csl rubber (iood- ywr ever dc- vclupcJ for tuhw. Thicker rubber, too. Ask twaeeilic Tn-TonC Hc;\vy nuiy-costs .itlie extra, a.ivcs mnny ;i atop. GOQD/YEAR We guarantee you a better Lubricating job. Try Us! Texaco and Quaker : State Motor Oil • Service Station ; Open All Nile Wrecker Service ; Road Service CaiU Made ' Promptly Phone 633 SHOUSE-L1TTLE CHEVROLET CO. lilylheviUe, Ark. NO'J'JCK 01-' TKUSTKK'S SAl.i; Default having teen m.-ule i-i -he payment, of [he ,icl)ls and vl>ii'-'i- tloiis secured by thai certain ilv-^d of trust execucd on June igi.'i i»'jo _Wllllnm D. Ainuerg u n d ' ^ Charlotte H. Ambcrg, to Ihc- iniili-r-in slgiwd, as Trustee, as the same appears of record in })cok "Z", j.-aijt- 215, of the records of Mississippi Counly. Arkansas, al b:yi.:ev!llc i (and assigned to John Hanco;k| ; Mutual Life Insurance Company by] [instrument cf lecord in Book 35, jti I paye -jy>. i?ie indeb'edness secure:! | by said truit deed haviiij! been ex• tended by lii&trununt j a ted I3c,- , ceiubrr 2nd, 1S32, and of Record In Hook St. uajjc 615. of ihc records of said Mississippi Counly, at Dly-1 theville, and the owner of the in-1 debtcdncM secured having requested j Ihe undersigned In advertise ynJ! s-11 ire properly described In said i trust.deed, all of : .a!d indebtedness las extended) having matured by I default In the pnymcnl of a part I thereof at ll:c option of the ov.ncr. I this is to give nollce Hint we will '. . nil SATOIIUAY, MAY IQlh, 1934 ! • within legal iicuis, at the front dcor: of the Courl House in Hie TOWI- o; niytlicvllle, Mississippi County. Ar- Kansas, procMd to bell al public outcry to the highest and best Wd- <-er for cash, the following described properly situated in t::e Chicka- •«wl;a nisu-lct or Mlss^ippi coun- THURSDAY, AL'IUL 2G, 1031 , Arkansas, lo-\vit: South Half of * Quarter of Section Thirty-six Township Fifteen Ncrlh, Uange Eight Bast, containing w acres more or Jess. All j-ight and cqully of icdc'inii ion, homestead, doivcr and ap Ipr.iLsal waived in said deed of IrusU This April 2-llh is^t but the sale will be made after! KANSAS CITV T1TIF due appraisal as jiroiidetl by tits: COMPANY Tais laws of the Stale of Arkansas. 'i,, , ' „ " • ! r;-e title Is believed to be good, > "" " Henry S ' Jbut ve will sell and convey as trus- l tee only. f«r Biliousness Sour Stomach Gas and Headach* du« to Constipation i .vi;ti Cnurcn is: Gannaway, Attys.] Memphis, Tenncsste. 26- ATTENTION Uovernnient l/iccnsed GOLD BUYERS —Will Ik- At— GOFF HOTEL AU, DAY FK1DAY, Al'IML 27 . (Jhain s Lockets Bring In Your l>ins Kar nint Denial Work SnocUdo din J,inks \VaU-hc.s- Bring me your discarded jewelry for here dunce to KC( the Ijc-st CASH Trice for vm GOLD. Ask for MR. IIAU.MON [''r.iml 'IlIlClll a DAY You Can Buy a BEAUTYREST a DAY THE PRICE OF HEALTH AND'f ' RADIANCE Pay For a Beautyrest the Simmons Thro^i, Iht- i-n-openttion of the Simmons \\eAMng Comiwnv «-,. ••,,. en =. vtt !„ offer yon this liheni! plan of a smal , d ; wn pivmcnt, ri" «a"h his' ff : V"'"' " Baul >' resl ' s l >iti(1 for - 1" order to take advantage of this offer if is necessary (foil the 5e l,e paid each dav and should -t '" 811 tlien i)iil:>ncu " " " a DAY 5/eep On a BEAUTYRERST Tonight I t 8|>erial Ot'l'er es ll Possible S^'S^ i-fe II w^vj.-.i-.r'^-^^.wiKMB^ 1^^> : S^ Only 100 Beautyrests Offered on This Basis! A Nickel A Day To Sleep This Heatthjul HERE'S OUR PLAN at Simply come in ... pick out your Ik-iiut.vrcsl in ;i»y of Ihc new pastel shades of rose, .urcen, i;ri-liitl, hlii? or IWIRC. Kcmctnhcr nnly ;t smafl down payment :tnd 5c -each day until your Hcaul.vrcsl is paid for makes it possible for you lo mvn one of these world famous miitiif on the lowest (errns ever offered. Since we can sell only 100 Ikaulyrcsls nn ihij plan we sujfjfcst !hal 3011 come in ni once. Liberal Trade-In Allowance On Your Old Mattress HUBBARD FURNITURE CO MM^RJI^MMMISM

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