The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 9, 1936 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 9, 1936
Page 2
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£- PAGE, TWO 1 *. BLYTHEVILLR, (ARK.Jl COURIER NEWS • - Steele-Cooter "•Society — Personal 'Cutraun- Bro<ni. ;'Mr, and Mrs Burrll Cas^man M*B ' announced itic marriage of thrir daughter. Miss Mildred, to piston BrpVi'n, son of Mr. and Mi's. Jim Brown, which occurred on January 8, 1935, and \\4lcU had been kept a secret until lasl week. Shey \vere married at Monetlo, AI'K. «Both are members of prominent, Tar»IHcs : of near Cooler and botli S/e graduates of Cooler high school. Mr Bimn attended college at Caps. plrardeau arid taught In Cooler high school./. HO Is now principal of; the New' Survey school. ,, Immediately after the 1 announcc- menl the young couple left to spsnd 'several weeks in Cape oirarrleau before returning to sleelc. wlierc they nil! make their "Mr. and Mrs. Joe Russell, Mr. arid Mrs, Ruel Aslicr and son, Mr. Land Mrs. T. N. BrlEgancc, Mr. and Mrs. Glciin White, Wllbourn ; Jones and Miss Juno Crice are spending this week at. Eleven point,' Miss Marjoric Paul has retuni- Ifd.froiii a visit \wirh relatives in .Paragoiild, Ark. " Miss Effle Jane Boston left Sun- 'day fo rher home at Jackson, Tenn., 'after a week's visit here as guest "of her aunt; Mrs.- Tom Hopper.' r Miss Anna BoBb Bcckhain, of iTupcld, Miss., is the guest this week ;of her cousin, Miss Louise Beck•ham. j; s Mr, and Mrs. . Ncwberry Jo'nnson j jlr. and Mrs. Gerald Brooks, Mr. i^nd Mrs.-'Pete Coleman ami cliil- ^dren- spent last weekend at camp Ift'lo Vista, Hardj, Ark Mrs. John- ieon and Mrs. Coleman and children 'arill remain there till this. week. l£ Mr and Mrs C E Miller arc iJ(ue-t<r arrive here wllbln the nex •4c*' days after spending their va- Ijjation \\-lch relatives at Columbia ! »hd Poplar BlufT. ".. Elbert Lawlion of Lake City, Ark. jte spending his \actillon here \vit'i his mother, Mrs.: Ruth Uiwlio * ' Mr and Mrs Russell Turnagc (| pf Tallulnh, Ifl , are \isitlng rcla jlhes In tnls couutj tills \reck. ;? ;Mlss Alloa McDanlel of Blrmlng- ;;ham, Ala, lias arrived lo spetu her \acation in steelo as guest o: 'Jier father, Dr j R McDanlel. 1 1 Mr and Mrs Nelson Casey nrii Daughters of Memphis spent' tin * weekend here as guests of Mr. ani "Jlrs E Case) jl Mrs carl Wililnms of '.pllnl tilleli, has arrived lo spsnd sever « at weeks here as guest, of her par •'.rents, Mr. and Mrs. Newl Maxwel I Mrs.. Ruth Lawhon, Mrs. Stir ..Mtchie and Mrs. J. w. Reno < •Jthis cits', and Mrs Ralph Hutchln I'son of Caruthersvllle spent ,M on .'day In Memphis where they visile Mrs^cleo Garrctt who" Is a pa Client In the Memphis Method! , hospital .where Mm imdcreent a • appendix opertit/ol) last weekv St ' is getting along \\clltand plans return to her 'nome rriday or Sa jiurdaj if ; j'^Mra Carl Pepples was taken j t pt Josephs hospital in MempV j, Saturday for HII appendix open lltlon When Selassie Lashed League who Is spending the fiumme'r with Mr. and Mrs. Charley Huntley, at Mlcola, tiud Mrs. Thelmii Thoin- ason ami daughter. Beth, were Guests Friday at Mr. and 'Mrs Bain Workman. • . » Mrs. L. Cohoon and daughter, Kllziibcth, of • Cliaffce, Mo., arc the guests of Mr. and Mrs.-p, G Morgan : .. . : THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1936 I: New Liberty News Mrs. Robert Maloiic, of Pace, Miss., and Mrs. Anntc Glaze, pf I Memphis,; were guests or Mr. and I Mrs. Morris Singleton Sunday. >'; Leonard Garner returned lo Ills Ironic In Decatur, .Ala., Tuesday after spending Hie week -ind with His parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. H Gamer and family. Thomas Chnnroisor. of Dimm Ark,, Is the guest of his -'sister Mrs. Gus Ebcrdt Jr., and-family; Mrs. Walter inn, of nassett ijicnl.. Monday.. with .Mrs. n j,r Marshall and family. '.;' Mi. and Mrs. M. H. Garner and family spcn^ Sunday with Mr.' arid Mrs. Whyllc .Garner, at- Osccola • Miss Lois Hill Is in Wyinio; Ark' lislllng'.'MIss Virginia Graham v" Mrs. Prank Whcal has had her mother, Mrs. Pinlcy, of bkolona Miss., us her guest . i Mrs. J. yv. Epperson and son Jimmy/ returned . to their home i In lAnchvllJO; Thursday, after vls- """B licrc for 'several days. r- n n scene of intense drama, Halle Selassie, exiled Ethiopian ein- crc'r, Is shown Vierc 'us Jur'denounced the League of Naltotis for ntlurc lo come to his aid against Die invasion by Ilaly. Speaking efore Hie League assembly in dcncva, ills address was Interrupted t tbc start by Jeers .of .Italian- journalists in the gallery, jueinl if them being arrested by., Swiss poll™ lo hall Hie demonstration. Holland News Mr. and Mvs. Lconnnl flichard re the pa rents of a 7-pmiml son. Iminy, born Thursday, July 'J, t their home here, Miss Uuiilce Held left Sunday or St. Louis to visit Mr. nnd i and family niul Miss Gcorjjla Mac Best, of St. Uuls, spent the week end hci'c with Mr. and Mra. J. D. Best, Mrs. .Mary Kclglcy nnd dnuglilcr, Ann, of .Memphis, nrc guests thts , , .emps, nrc guess ls I week In the home of Mr. iiml Mrs, Russell Lilllc. ui OL. ijuui.-i iu vi.iiii nil, it i m t -,, - , ... . _ Mrs. Hilly lliolcmau, who Have 1 „,„";, '""L*"?' '" { ?"'', fori1 ' ot been visiting relatives here lor',.,, M A,''.,"r J' LS ' tm B Mr cveral days. . ,nnd Mm. Oil bnnfonl for » lew ays. Little Mary Locke, dauuhler of Mr. and Mis. Coulson, was brought Sunday from the days. Mr. and. Mre, Russell Dcvore and daughter, of Elvlns, Mo., came . „ , .. , , - , , , , Wcdiiewlny of lust week to visit hcspital, Memphis, .where: she had j Mr . ,,, u | Mrs . Jjm Col M been, under Ircatiuenl. tor pncii- Dcvore ,. 0 tumc<l to Elvlns Sunday nonln for 10 day*.; Her .condition | ull M,i;:, DoV ore will renmln hero' .much improved. . j (or scvcra | wc , c( . s Mr. tind Mrs. Irn Knhner and! MUs Helen Patterson left Fii- son, 'Edwin, and Mr. nnd Mrfj.'dny to visit her . mollicr, Mrs V'oris Workman nnd son, ol Cn'pc I nnby'Porter, of Alnmo Teiiii for Giiarclcau, vLsilcd here over Die two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Board Stivers accompanied her to Dyers- umg. where they remained' to week end. James Hampion niul Miss Lena Hart, ol New Madrid, spent .• a vis|l relatives, short time hero Sunday afternoon. I Mr. and Mrs. Jnmes A. Perry Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Shcpvopd nwl .Mr.-niul'Mrs.' Eval Gandfprd and daughter, Kntlo, of byersuufg,|drove to'St. Louis and Marstiall. were guests Friday, ot Mr. and Mo., last week. Alrs:i,lio»iiard Richavd and Mr.' Dunne tiKCktcy. of Denver Col- aiid Mrs. mil. Sherwood. ] '" Joe^Bornn | s spending several! tlnj's with his, son. Cliueuce, In' WE DO ELIMINATE CAR WEAR- proper Jubri- calion, and Kcnicinbcr tlia'L .woair causes w reck if top, and— - ''! • Lei's Lubricate a nj(l prevent tin? wreck—:' Why not .do. it NOW) PHILLIPS Service C LIBERTY CASH GROCERS VMr.'nml Mrs. Claude Edwards Ilayti Society — Personal m GUIFSPRAY we AimYtten HK BUG f ). The Jolly Home Milking Chili lot Black Island met at the home Jof Mrs W G Thomas Tuesday • afternoon: .Six members nnd four visitors, Mrs G. R Henderson jr., jMrs John Henderson, HJrs. John ^errell and Miss Sadie Hendcr- ;son, were present ' ] M:rs Da^on Wells and Miss ,Irma Pickers motored to Cape IGirardcau Tuestiny to spend !> few days \lsitlng \\ltu relatives. 'They \\ere accompanied by Rnlpli iftckens, -Rlio returned liomc In • the e\enlns , , [ ' Mrs Babe Edwards is In St. Joseph hospital, Memphis, recov- 'ering from a recent operation Mrs Trentis Vnughn her dniigli- ter, and Miss Bertie Aycrs, her sister, are spending the week there with her Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Thompson anil daughters. ^Patty and Eracs- vtine, Miss Dorothy Ayres nric) Howard Frantz, of Ktinsas City, Mo, were here o\er the weekend • Visiting the formers brother and' fimily, Mr and Mrs. John ^Thompson. _., ,/;Mrs. Gerald Walker of 61. Louis spent the weekend here visTllng ^her mother-in law, Mrs. Eva Walker, \vho has been quite 111. v Mr. and Mrs Will Ottinger of •S! Loui 1 ; were here Sunday vlslt- >ing Mrs Ottmgers brother ana . wife, Mr and Mrs Otis Popha'ni. .', Sam Kemp of Crystal City, Mo, spent the weekend here - visiting In the home of Dr. • and Mrs. W. R Limbaugh as the guest o! their daughter, Miss Ammbeth. ..Miss. Ora Kelley, who Li attending Southeast Missouri' Teacher's College at Cipe Giravdeau and gues.1,• Miss .Christine Post of Louisiana, Mo, also a slurtent there spent the , weekend here with her parerits, Mr. and Mrs Vem Kelley. Misses Maxlne;' Baden and Vivian CannldVof-Kcnnett are here visiting:'Miss Baden's uncle, Mr and Mrs "Ed Dalley. Sunday Mr and Mrs Dalley and children and the Misses Baden and Cannldy motored to Victoria, Ark, where thsj vislUtf with Mr. - Dailey's trother, Everett Daily and family. Lee Perkins of itunmond, I 1s~here \1siluiB v,ilh his parents, Judge anu Mrs J E Perkins, and with Ills slskr 'and her husband, Mr and Mrs S P. Gates. , Miss Lucille Williams of .Cape Olrardeau is here this week visiting with friends. i Any fly Js a goner when G «1 f i p r a y Iius him. Mosquitoes, moths, nnts and other insect 'pests crumpfcin surcan(Uutldcn death, Gulfspray cnnnot stain even the most tlcliotc fabrics. It has a inild, plcs«4nt>dor. At neighborhood and Jcpt. stores or at ^-^3 nny Good Gulf dc.itcr. -f9cpint. RITE PRICE GROCERY SPECIALS 111 K. Mitin Phone Z'M We Delivci PRICKS ARE GOOD .1ULY Ml, 11, IS & U HIWF S'l'BAK Pound Bulk SliorlcniiiK, Lb Hulk Pure Lard, Lb IC..C..UEI5F STEAK Swift Prcin. Lb. PORK ROAST Pound LEMONS Liirge SnnkisL Doz. L LETTUCE ^U Fnncy Large Heads 3 POTATOES, Red 010 Peck :sr>c: i,b. GREI:N CORN CANNED MILK 3 Tali Cans lf FAT HENS ' [''till Dressed. l,b. COFFER, Arlmclite's Ariosn, Ib 15 C MUSTAHU 1'nll Quart OYSTERS Gulf Pack. Can 16 C TOMATOES, CORN 71C or KltADT. Can J 2 GREEN BEANS Pound IC Self Itising FLOUIl 2-1 Ibs fiflc; ^18 Ibs $1.35 100-;; 1'UUK LAUD -I Ibs 55c; 8 Ibs $1.05 White Ribbon Shortening •1 Ibs. ,50c; S Ibs. 95c VINEGAR linlk' Gallon 15' SALAD DRESSING Worth-Mor 9Q Full Quart us) COUNTRY EGGS OOC Down - LL FLOUR,', Gold iMcilnl OffC 20-Lb. Sack UJ CHUM SALMON 1f}C Can ill CORN, Pride of 111. 1AC Large Can 1U BROOJ1S 4 Strinc;. Eitch CREAMO OIL $' Gallon f]r. POTTED MEAT Can BLACKBERRIES' Can If 1.19 OIC i/2 f Fresh Salted Soda Box - f)c 2-Lb. Box - ISc TEA. Blended For Ice Tea. <l- 0 z BIRD SEED French's. " Box PEANUT BIHTER iqC QiKtrl 22c; Pint 1^ 1UTE PRICES On Anything. Be Convinced — Sec Us First APPLE BUTTER Quart Jar COCOA, Absolutely 1O1C I'ure. 2-Lb. Box 1.6a ¥ c BLACK PEPPER R-0/. Box PICKLES Sour or Dill. Quart LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN 31-1 W. MAIN ST., Bf,VTHEVILLE, ARK. SPECIALS FOK FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Milk Vii|>skim (!) Limit) ' Tnll Can 5c Lemons Hunkisl The Hcsl 15c Lettuce Iceberg Head 3c Nice Size Calif. Do/cn Salad Dressing 22c Watermelons" 19c Fresh Corn Home Grown Ear lie Butter Beans"°™""™ 5c Coffee : :.;';.Lord • Chestcrlield i-i Pound 25c Coffee Pride of •Memphis I'onnd 16c Tomatoes Frcsii Pound Potted Meat Peerless Tea »- "- 21c Peanut Butter, Qt. 22c 'School : Days, Early June ........ 9c Petit Pois, No. 2. can ..... ....... ,; ,12c Tomatoes Standard .No. 2 Can 7c Rolled Roast . 25c Bacon Swift's F'HIIC.V Sliced Pound 25c Lard Snow While Compound I'oiimi 12c Hens Full Dressed Pound 27ic Fryers Kiill Drc.vscd 2-1.h. Averiiy Pound 35c Beef Stew firiskct or Kil> Pound Veal Steaks, Ib. 15c Spring Lamb ct °i ? -' i 25c Bacon Rin<ilcss Sliceti Pound 33c Flour Shibley's PI. or S. R. 2-1-L1). Sack 82c Flour Snow King 4S-l,b. $1.29 Coffee Red Rose I-b. 1'kf. 12c Green Beans Hlythevillc No. 2 Can Crackers lOc Oleo Golden Brand (2-Lb. Limit) Pound 131c Ritz BuUcr Wafers Large Hox 23c VIENNA SAUSAGE 5° DOG FOOD Vid % n 5° T 1 T Square liox 2 i or PRUNES B "-" ,, RICE [iciiuiy ; _Lb. 5°. TISSUE' Waldorf; Rou 5 C HOMINY 5° KIDNEY "" ANS ph S 5 BANANAS Lb. FHU1T .1UICE (t Garth's. Can t) SAUCE **"** SOAP SOAP Bar PfflENTOES >0 c Can TOMATOES... , iQ .5 c PflUK" K HEANS Libby's JTC i v>HI\ _ Can tJ DRINK APE Assl ar'l c G-Oz. SOAP s ^ a "' s B ar 6f CLOROX Bottle SALMON' Chllm inc Tall Can Pride of III. Nn. 2 Can Jumbo Slalk BON AMI BIRD SEED P U MUSTARD Qliarl If BELL PEPPERS Lb 30° APPLES Eva p. " sK :i";s n 1Q C COCOA SHOE ' " JS " a BLACK PEPPER r CLEANSER"" 1 " ; ,"rlO c PF'AC American Wonder IftC No. 2 Can PUFFED BlCE Q TglO c MACARONI Shim £ •QYAITINE j^. LINIT Crystal While . fi Bars SALT MEAT ^M 12' 3C NECK BONES Lb. T GROUND BEEF P ;il5 c HAMBURGER •."'&. I0 c RO'LOGNA With G " SAUSAGE Pure Lb. Brookficki OrC Lf). M HONEY DEWS ^ 21 C EGGfLANT Vl ^, 10° CUCUMBERS .' Fr[ Ti 3 C ' COFFEE Luzia " nc Lu. 25^ BROOMS "^"Lhir ^Each Vegctnle 8-Lb. Ctn. Z L LARD FLOUR. POTATOES Red I.b. Shibley's Beat §160 .JS-Lh. Sack 1 Scminolc 3 Kolis 17 C ilis 1< Small Size fTC Box 0 f ,/lU Giant P. & G. £lim C. Bar

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