The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 30, 1931 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 30, 1931
Page 3
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1931 TH.YTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREt Sleek Society—Personal j the birth of a son on January 21st.! ] He has bstu named-Fred. ] I Howard Jackson was the gitjst ol j , Bud Drlllen Tuesday. | i Miss Al!f? nrlttnfn spent last,; IVoirs Weil/8 Mr. Ted Holland and W. H. returned Wednesday from Igrado is leading m the advanced hoom and the second In the primary. *l A new book was'donated to the »' primary library by Joseph Port! icck. •Jay ( The rislh grade met Monday and •*! elected cla'.s officers—Manila Polk. guest ot her mother, Mrs. P. II. Bevlll, Friday. , Mosclames Won!!? and 1>, II. Bevlll LUCl'J: were .mil guests of Mrs. Clyde Mis. Fun! McCiairlty Sunday afternoon. Arthur Sampson of MempMs. vis- parents of this place lust Mr. ar.| Mrs Odd Taylor have I .»t^, vi... . J Frame Wednesday with Mrs. uaisy ue:j-. Mr _ al!(1 ing. I Sunday. Mrs. L. R. Balnc-s, Missis Na-j- i jj-. Herbert B;tts was the guest ilia Waters, Hcz?! Hudgc,!:: a-rl rf Alfred Lucius Tuesday night. Hazel Brolerick cnjoyeJ a l:!!;:aira- M; E . S Annie Lee Langlcy is able picnic at Bayou Friday. . to lie up after iMing seriously ill Mr. and Mrs. George Co:*: a Mrs. R. J- Bindinc sjjiiu 1: week-end in Memphis as guests Su!uia ^ Mr - CJmido Steward and y Q( BlyUievlllc Miss Wyonia Ford and Mrs. Violet Ford visited the Ekrcn school Wednesday altemoon. New Liberty I Mary Kmns went Kodaking tiny altcrnoon. • Awilda and Oik N'ash gue.s'.j. ot MKs Vrlina Vlnlng : Rev a»d Mrs - Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. E. Casey .onie time. Mi:;s:s Mildred and Vitla Lucius shcppcd tn BlyUievlllc Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Andrews :inclvul visitors from Mississippi Sun- Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lloyd and day. Tip MangLim spent the \vc?k end family spent Sunday with Mr. and 1 Mis-i-s Bernlcc at Number Niiv visiting friends. j [rs j^, Epperson. v<xss were guests Mr. and Mrs Only Stone motor- M j. nml Mrbi R o y Stockton 5]>ent Winnie Sunday. e<l to Dell Sunday afternoon. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mar- Holton earner spent Saturday 5)joll Aycoc ^ with friends at Half Moon. Mr. and Mm. Boyd Harnln were daughter, Vallie and son, N'lson, are visiting Mr. Casey's parents u; Paris. Tenn. R. E. Pender is taking treatments at the Frisco hospital at 31. Louts. Miss Dora Marks cf Thay?r. M:..; is visiting Mrs. A. L. Allen K-..t \ Is seriously ill at her home c;i \V.\i-1 nut ave. | Mrs. I. B. Stewart of nlyth-.'vihj' spent last week-end with Mr ;nil, Mrs. G. G. Travis. ! Mr. and Mrs. E. Cray and | fricn[! ,. ,.,,, daughter. Vallie, with Mrs. Mario;'.! _ Wright, motored to Bl(Mnifl?l,1, Mo.. Sunday. H. S. Taylor lett Twssday for r. visit with ills daughter at McCrory, Ark. Funeral services for Mr?. Until •lay. Miss Irma Ccleman of Blytlie-. ville spent Sunday with Miss Mil- "lalhos. 1? .'d Lucius MUs Elma. Harden visited Miss L-tilre LaiiBley last week. Mrs. Gladys Duncan spent- .' , M r " a nd Mrs. Meadows ^ In T nna f\-llr l.lfH inn ; = —^ Thursday in Lone O:\k visiting '. Sunday. Misses Ora and Dora D.ivLs of Mrs. Tom Norton was the guest, —- - - . . ... of Mrs. lump Austin Tlmrsday; I'fomUe Land were^_euestso! | Miss and Qeilrud? ol (he Misses Telesihone and telegraph companies In Hie United Stales lose | $5,000.000 annually through the ravages of woodpeckers und secu. tn- . afternoon.- Smith her Dell Medney Saturday night. Misses. Frances Jordan and An- Mrs. Mca- ^Tl•s. J. S. Lucius Mrs. imn-cvlne ' M " vs Chester Norton of Roseland | Misses Grace Kllgore-and Aclele ; j was the guest of Mrs. Claude Dun- i fiussell sp;nt Saturday night wth "Married Life" Not Worth While ^frs. Ophelia -Medley. Misses Mae Dell Medley and Ora and Dora Davis were dinner guests Mrs." W. H. Payne and children';of Miss nothel Lloyd Sunday. are visiting relatives in Missouri; Mrs. Omar Wheat and Mrs. W. **' i ni i 'tni* wcek - " I A - Wheat visited Mrs. Clark Frl- M(dWail [\OteS \ Misses Man- and Clco Mangum!,i a y afternoon. Mr. and Mr:-. Ciyc.; Sexton and. 1 "" 1 as tlltir guests L Sunday. Miss-: nunwaid Garret was the dinner hii>;iiir« can Thursday. ""iV" Monday"'" i Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Jordan J. w. Archer 'is visitln? Sunday^t Blytheville._ •datives in Mississippi. Mi-3 liuby Blaylock were guestb cs Annie Bell and Ef(!e May Ryan. g of Mrs. Hubert Cclc, Sunday. I a "d Bernlce Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hudson, Mr.! °=«i Jordan and Rulus Norton Davis, wife of Joe Davis, were held': aid M:s. J. J- Hudson and Grand- Ekron Edward Ky an oiLost at. the Christian church on tl:ji mother Hudson were guests cf Mr. "".'i James_ bimin 01 ueu Bayuu Sunday. Mrs. Davis died at c:iul Mis. Tom Long, Sunday. May Ryan g uesl O j | loy Ho i t Sunday. Smith ol Dell Eliza- Mr and M j s . Emmett 1 " ' if 1 Mis. Tom Long and son, raul, Mrs. L. Franks had as her puest. i Hill and and Mrs. Canada of Clear visited Mr. and Mis. Hiram Meadows Sunday. 01 lMr. ;Lak( . . Wednesday, Edgar Carter of Hous-' ten, Texas. I Among the visitors ot Ekron Sunday school last Sunday were, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lucius of Hie home of Arnold Severn after u long Illness. ! visited Mrs- E. B. Sexton Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stewart have I Masdnmes B. B. Connelly and moved from their residence on' Men-lit Coivlly were Luxora shop- Walnut ave.. to their farm and Mr. yevr, Saturday. . and Mrs. Charley Jenkins sill oc- j Junior Maxwell. Mr. and Mrs. i Lone cupy the Stewart residence.' ;F'™ i: £ind. ^ r - a " a Mr5 ^ MLss Torchie Stone and Mrs. n. | 5 l 1! \ ln - ,' O. Stone accompanied Miss Mil- dridge. J. ' Ike, Porter Miller, EaTrthe'viUe vUslor's Satin-day.' bet!l J°TJi»n. E«relary McDonald was a business s ' on c. Mrs. E. Tedford evi'lf Monday. | c - cla V teachers, anford, Mr. and dred Slone to Colton-.vcod Pcint, Sunday where she will resinn; h:r | ; duli(fs as lenchcr tehere. '• ^ Lon Burns motared to liuxorn I Wednesday night and accompanied L. Cannaday and son' lowing A. J. Hil! and: ele ~'~ J The Ekron Sunday school was unday and the fol- officers and teachers were and and Sandy Ridge News Mrs. W. D. Vinlng and daughter, Velma, were guests of Mrs. Howard White Thursday afternoon. Mis. T. W. Whittle We : ten;con. -. Mrs. O. D. Bevill and i were, visitors in the Whittle home Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Ford McGarrity was the 1 "Nerves" "Weak nerves, "said a New Yorlcdcx,-- :or recently, "in my rstiniation w;vck more happily marrxxl lives tliaii any other cause." Dcsides making the sweetest Uibposi- w sour anil irritable, nervousness is a terrible drain 011 your vital fortes—it * your youth aud vour strcngih and *J your beauly. \Vhat n diflcHTire from thti bright^cyetl, vibmnt t;irl he married, No "wonder nuinricil lifcfaccins unbearable! But you can get rid of your nervousness — speedily too — and beconu- tlic fcteiJy-i;erved,r;n]unlwutiian you unco were. Try I he effect ol Tan Lie alter mealnand before going to bed, and if it ckwsn't soon make a new woman of you — ibesn't rid you of that tired, sintnied reeling — go (jack and get your inor-cy. Go to your druKRist now ,inc] eel a bottle of Tanhc. Millionsof folks luvc started backon the ror\tl to youth, health and happiness wuli tliis world Canvxis tonic and therein norLusoit \\!iy you, too, can't begin today to rchuilt! your worn-out tissues unO your ciit Miss Oma Williams to Blythenlle where they attended the s litre. ' 1 * . p » - RG - a, Hud. CMe Sexto j ^ unlock, art) C.'L. Bbylock were visitors in Lux- ! Hdlf- """ Honor Roll . Josepli Porllock . I R. O. Stone, Mrs. L. W. Weaver r j R Blaylock spent Monday ... and Miss Torchie Stone attended j Biythcvilta on business, the show at, Caruthersville Sunday j Mrs \y' M . weier was a visllor evening _ I - m Lu\r.ra Monday. The Woman's Missionary sccie- ilr _ an( j Mrs Walter Woods weie ty of the Methodist church met Bivthevil'.^ visitors Saturday. with Mrs. Ed Marsh Monday at- i T heo Wonldriclge and I> H. Can- r".™,, Haskins Eula Jones ter'ncon with nine memfers present. | naday were the guests of Mr. and ipe powers Rn j Bnlord.Powers. Mi-3. O. Mrs. Frank Lind, Sunday. | Book6 K p 0! -t gi ] O n recently by t~e; Mr. and Mrs. O. Randolph were j., wn , h and eig i ltn grades arl Ira Gnines, Ora Lee Haw- •laikins, Mildred Vin- i ston, T. C- Hawkins, B. F. Gay jr.,; Jimmy Buck. Primaries— Lealous Jones, Louise Alexander, Pearlce : Jones, R. V. Gaines, Elmo Jones. : After a business session. A. Dunivan had charge of the program. The meeting was clossa ty Mrs. H. A. SjKiice. oft Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hill Pecan Grove News The .dance at Jim ETrmera's Us' Saturday night was enjoyed by a number of young i^op'e of this vicinity. Tied Hodge was the guest of Herbert Belts Sunday eveninj. Mrs. R. B. Hodge was the din- Eer guest of her mother, Mrs. 3. E. Austin Sunday. Mrs. J. W. Williamson. Mrs. D. J. Hedge and Mrs. B. B. Hodg, Sunda5 '- ' - „ . A J. Hill and son, Clarence.. it- school at Luxora . r> B Trcasure Is , and K(XKl ,[ ; tended Sunday ! Sunday. Helda, Tob • , yer. Robinson Cru- a ' nd tittle ,, „ iled Mr. and Mrs. J. ' I • Both robhit are keepin -record of 'ea'ph childs p th£ . " ouiiuuj. -. . ; •; . .'hi.* Mesdames J. R. and Jewell Bljiy-iy Icck were RueGts of-Mr. \and Mrs. 1 ^^ . : i . Miss . Crump, Sunday. . \( Miss Vera Sexton vislh Marv Sexton, Sunday. Misses Irene and Roviiio Coje; were feuests of Miss Mary Bakec Balur'tiay night. ....... ' ' Miss. -Winnie V. TurMr visited recrtds/lh school. dally and fir the The fourth ELOTE GROCERY and MARKET Phone 177 We Deliver 121! W. Miiin BANANAS 'Nire Yellow Fruit : Pound 4c attended the quilting Monday af- • tho Burdette school Mondny. ftabys Colds ^J '|PV Best treated without : ^xi'fS?-,, dosing—Just rub on ; GRAPEFRUIT 80's. 3 For J1LIK)N JARS USED YrABlV ternoon at the home of Mrs. Jew; Walters. The quilling was given [o: : Mrs. Walter's son and wife. Ken- i nard and Helen Hodge Walters. i Mr. and Mrs. Prank Birclietr were Blylheville visilors Tuesday. I Miss Geneva Ashatranner was t visitor of Miss Louise Langley Sunday. ! T. J. Richardson and H;;sh Aus- j tin called on Miss Mildred Lucius j Sunday. \ Mr. and Mrs. Jack Emm were j guests of Mils Vomon Matthews, j Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Decker announce: Nerves A night of broken rest followed by hours of mental or physical strain; nerves tensed almost to the breaking point; irritable; unable to concentrate—another hectic night and miserable day ahead of you. Why cr.rlure it? Dr. Miles' Nervine quiets the nerves, brings oalm and poke, ar.d permits refreshing sleep. Dr. Miles' Nervine is now made in two forms—Liquid and Effervescent Tablet. Both aro the same therapoutically. Large Package S1.00 JllST A FE . MANY THE CHAINS To he found in this store, i'A our store will convirice you—Ketter ytt, step {o yoiir phone, call 143 and plnce your ohier for fruits, vegetables, meats and groceries. LARD Compound Pound lie SSESE K-. C. 1'otiiul 17Jc Each mm m.'.. • Each Ffeih Country Bozen MUSTARD GREENS Home Grbwil Pound . >' 5c BEANS Great Northern Pound 6c PORKSTEAK BEEF STEW Pound K. €. Pound 16c •S31EESP lOc NECK BONES Pouni! CAMPBELL SIJGAR Pork & Beans 3 For 21c Limit 10 Pounds 49c MACARONI or Spaghetti Package 5c FLOUR Sauer's Infallible 24-Lb. Sack $1.10 MEAL 24 Pounds 55 c Dclmonte, Old Judge, or Pour Leaf. Pound \ Jumbo Stalks Kach lOc PURE PORK SAUSAGE ,,und 15c I BACON. Sliced, Maple Leaf— Nn End Cuts. Pound LETTUCE Firm. Heads Each 6c SALIBA'S MARKET Phone 143 - Quick Service POTATOES No. 1 Red Peck 35 c SWEET POTATOES Pound 3c SOAP Camay 3 Kars 25c PORK SHOULDER RffiS S. 13c Pound lOc STEW MEAT Pound 12ic STEAK Any Cut Pound 15c BUTTER' Golden Rod Pound 30c CHEESE Full Cream Pound 29c VEAL CHOPS Pound 12'c PURE LARD Pound 12k COMPOUND LARD Pound FULL DRESSED BENS Pound 20c Phone 159 Specials Morris Suuti'iiie. I'tiru Cream- ft.v. :i-].lj. Limit with $1.00 I'mvhase ill other (irorcrk'j. I.I). <) I CABBAGE oSr.^ LEHUCE Nn. .1 Itcd \Vestcin Stock Lb. 2c API'LKS Ark. HUTAHAGAS Lb. 02 ONIONS "?,,,10 C Guaranteed C Fresh Country Limit 3 Dozen K«ch COLLARDS K.. f. CORN N "" 2C K" t ,10 c I'tirc Citiio In Clnlh Hairs l.imil COFFEE UCrkcley Bid. Lh. I'iNEAlTLE No. 2'/, OCC Can £ 10Lbs.49c I MATCHES« BO«S 18 24 Pounds Best Cream Sack 47c SPRING ONIONS TURNIPS With Tops AC Hunch i Tops Hunch MUSTARD GRKENS TIC Hunch I 2 FRUST ari'c <inil Sweet 3 lor lOc SOUP Tomato Only.. OCC Only OCC S Cans L J CRACKERS OK 2-Lb. Hox Ltt OLEO Nice Large lilies Yellow and Sweet Extra Special, Doz. FRUIT CAKK .1 i,bs. PICKLES X-^ COFFEE'«u,, $1,00 CARROTS ' I.argo Hunch I'lven Sine Bunch 5c RAISINS PRUNES 4L bs . ice TOMATOES I'. & G. Thu largest So;in in the world, i-imit D. S. lintts Fine for Boiling I ADD l>ure 19 1C LAKU Lb.1^2 Plenty Meat BUFFALO PIG SNOUTS U2 PORK SAUSAGE> Lb. LARD Compound 111C Id 111C I.b. 112 BACON s ' ICMt Lb.29 c CHITTERLINGS CCC 10 Lbs. JJ Whole Pound 12'c

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