The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 10, 1934 · Page 2
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THtfcSDAY, MAY 10, 1934 OMLT COUBIEB BTEWg fAGE mm ID OPEN STOKE Building at 210 West Main Remodeled for New Enterprise Tlie opei/Jig ol a new shoe store at 210 West Main sireet Saturday morning was announced today by L .Berger. local merchant. The building has been remodeled and redecorated at 11 cost of approximately S2.000. The Interior has been arranged to carry out a talon elfei-i and the decorations lire modernistic, presenting an attractive appearance. The well known lirown-liilt line of shoes will IK- featured by Mr. Berger who Mid. "The reason I olorwi out my line of clothing and dry goods was because 1 believed the opportunity was yood here for n family .shoe store of this type, featuring a dependable line of popular priced shoes." A complete line of hosiery for men, women and children will also be featured. Mr. Berger has had 15 years experience Ir the clothing and shoe business. He came licre from Memphis two years ago where he , was in business for a number of years. Associated with Mr. Berger will be Morris Zellncr, an experienced shoe fitter, who was employed in the Bootery Shop in New York City for eight years. Mr. Zcllner 1 was later employed by Cook nnd l.ove and by Chandler's, both well known Memphis shoe stores. Pioneer Business Woman Here Is Now A Memphiai When Mrs. C. Tl. Waters moved to Memphis recently Blythevill. lost a business woman who had operated a hotel here for 30 years. Mrs. Watei'S, who had been in business here longer than any other woman, was awarded this recognition by the Business and. Professional Women's club last year. "Mother" Waters, ns she was known, cnme to Ulythevlllc from Berfleld in 19M. tiers was the second hotel in Blythevilie. which v.as then a village, and stood where the Joe Applebaum store is now located. Mrs. Waters and her son, Roy, have joined another son, Louie, and his family, in Memphis, where Mrs. Waters will operate a boarding and rooming house at 144 N. "Bellevue. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Waters resided here a number of years before recently permanently moving to Memphis. Mr. Waters worked for the Chicago Mill and Lumber company H years before going to Memphis many years ago. When he returned here in 1920. following the death of his father, he held positions with" the Walton Grocery company, Peoples Bank W. M. Burns Insurance Agency, and the Mid-South' Cotton Growers association, until he was transferred to their Memphis office. Steele-Cooter Society — Personal ^^~**~^^™ Mrs. W. 0. Iteld, who for two months has be*n at the bedside ol her sister, Mrs. E. J. Bowden, In a Little Rock, Ark., hospital, relum- ed home Sunday. She says that Mrs. Bowden, who was Injured In an automobile accident, is slowly improving but will hav« to remain at the hospital Indefinitely. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Taylor, daughter. Miss Helen, and Shirley Farmer speni Sunday in FjcachvlUe, Ark., as guest sof Mi', and Mrs. A. C. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Morgan entertained with a dinner Sunday In honor of Mrs. Morgan's brother, lenry Barker, of McLeansboro. III. vlio left Monday for his home after in extended visit with relatives here. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Nceley and daughter, Frances, of Canithersville, Mr. and Mrs. Tarry Talkingtoa and eon, of Cooter, and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Rut- edge and children, of Steelc. Miss Willie Mae Anderson of Lex- ngton, Tenn., speiif- last week end here. Mrs. Leone Earls entertained Monday evening in honor of Mrs Robert Burdine, the former Miss Marion Wright,. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Nichols of Maiden spent Sunclav here as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mllo G. Atwood. Mrs. E. Brooks has as her guests her daughter and the latter's children, of St. Louis. Miss Bernice Harwell of Browne- ville. Tenn., and Alvin HolJey o Blythcville were guests of Miss Ru bye Ashley at the Sleele Hote Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Shelley I. Stiles jr of Caruthersville spent Snnda night liere with the latter's father Dr. J. R. McDaniel and family. Mrs. J. L. German and ton, John and daughter, Nadine. went to Hec tor, Ark.. Sunday and were accom panied home by Mrs. Nancy Gunn who is visiting relatives here this week. Mrs. Marvin Wintscll and chil ren of New York are visiting rela ives at Cooler. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Pitts and chil dren of Sharon, Tenn., spent las veek end in Cooler as guests < .Ir. and Mrs. A. R. Beckham at Mrs. F. E. Waters. Miss Dempie Pullem is visitin '.er cousin. Miss Blanch Scott a Sikeston. Kel!ey joe Rhodes vhooping cough. Clear Lake News Mrs. George G. Haynes continues Quite ill. Sam Baker spent the week end in Tennessee. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Fanner weul lo Tennessee Friday to pick straw berries. Edgar Haynes and family of Halei Point. Tenn.. were guests Sunday iu the J. M. and G. G. Hayne home. There will be a school progran here Friday night. There was a preachers confer ence at the church Monday and dinner on the grounds. There will be preaching here this week end by the. regular pastor, the Rev. W. H. Horn. A demonstration in canning spinach and mustard was given by Miss Cora Lee Coleman at the meeting of the Home Demonstration club Wednesday nf last week. Miss C'oleman will meet with the club , 'i'.e first. Wednesday of every month. has th Mitt Town Items Mrs. 'Jiettie Cunningham and ba )y- and Mrs. violet Hicks of th State Line spent Friday and Fn day night with Miss Florence Cun ningham. J. B. Cunningham is still coi fined to his bed. Mrs. Bffle Eason and Mrs. jami Hensley are sick. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cooper ai baby spent Saturday night ai Sunday with Mr. and' Mrs. G. Be Mrs. Lucinda Grissom and chU aren and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Russe and baby spent the latter part last week with Mr. and Mrs Th man Russell of alytheville Read Courirr N«w» W«nt Ads. RMd Courier Ken Want Adft. For Summer Comfort- Linens, Seersuckers. Tropicals SUITS Keep cool and comfortable this summer, ill Linen, Seersucker or Tropical Worsteds. We're showing (hem In a series of well fitted styles for every type of build. Li, nens I 1 ^ 50 up Seersuckers Tropica/5 22 .50 up A Complete Showing of Smart Straws and Panamas Featuring IJobbs and other - Sailors. Panamas and body hats. '.00 White is Right for Spor/ Shoes The all white shoes lor men are most popular nov — Also showing black and white and two- tone tan. $4-$5-$6.50 R. D. Hugtifes & Co. COMPARE ALL OUR PRICES LIBERTY CASH GROCERS Specials for Friday, Saturday and Monday FLOUR "No Itisk" 20-Lt>. Suck 85c GRANGES i'loriilii. 2(10 Si/i- Do/en 23c LARD. SUGAR! CANTALOUPES Hesl ComjHUiml I'omul liesl (iranulated 111 Pounds 47 c Table Tint .... UK- d'lmkn Quart - - - - 2fn ONIONS Hcd or Yellow u>s. lOc Sliml - Krev or Kverbid, t T 1 ' I'omi.l 1 /^ KRAUT I,i buy's No. 2'/> Ciui 12c Spring Varioly Pound 3ic BUTTER Hrooklield Pound 28c Mary .lane. 12 His ' 1 Us - ' ' 8fll> 48 Ids S1.7II SALT MEAT Best Moiling Pound Tie WELCH GRAPE JUICE '£,". -. 17c YELLOW SQUASH Pound Tic I'int 18c WESSON OIL BEEFROAST PEANUT BUTTER 1 '^' &::.-. 13 lirisket I'ound lOc 3 Doors West of Ritz Rare Chinese Tree Saved By Major Operation I lie few of Its spirics in the United Slnti";—has undergone a m.i.lor operation. It is a Chine™ pagoda tree v.-t-irh Contain Thomas Milton bnr.ight from Chi'n in a flow~r P;)L and planted alonp-lde his uevv I-OIMC 97 years ago. Now it towels 7C feet, with a 90-feot spread, an.-; i och year bears yellow blossoms. Diw.iness, Headache "1 have used Thedtord's Black- Draught several years and find it splendid." writes Mr. G. W. IIol- h-y. of Kt. Paul, Va. "I take II for diWiness or headache (due to con- stipatinn). I have never fount nnythliig belter. A short while nuo. TO began giving our childrei Svnip of lilnck-Dranght as a laxa- llvo for colds and liltle stomacl ailments, and have found It very tallsfnclory."... Millions of packages of Thcdford's Black-Draught arc required to satisfy the demand for this popular, old reliable, purely vegetable laxative. Sold in 25c Jnckases "Children like the Syrup." \ ' -Adv.aBPl /Announcing the opening of BEKGER'S FAMILY SHOE STORE With a complete line of the famous Browri-Bilt 100% Leather Shoes for Men, Women and Children.. AT THE OLD BERGER LOCATION, 210 W. MAIN SIM Box Bath Powder Free With each purchase of $2.95 or up of ladies' slices In our new store Saturday, May 1^ only. We have a most complete line ol ladles' shoes for every occasion. Free Souvenirs for the Youngsters We have gifts for the youngsters also. With each purchase of a pair of children's shoes Saturday, we will give an interesting souvenir free of charge. "All C'risn" 1-1.1). H«.x - - - - <IL 2-U). Box IS BEETS Home Crown Hunch Pure 1'ork 'iiund PORK & BEANS (,'amphi'll's (.'an 3c lOc 5c TOMATO JUICE CORN Phillips or Sujjar I,oaf Can 5c I'riric (if Illinois No. 2 Can lie GROUND BEEF Or Iiu t3 r lOc CUCUMBERS Mi'iliuni Size I'mind PEARS l.il.hy's No. 2i/ 2 Can 19c TOMATOES staml:ir "' Nn -;S n 25 c PICNIC HAMS Small Size I'ound 14c CORNED BEEF No. 2 'Can 16c FRESH ASPARAGUS Itnndi TUNA FISH Kvcr.v Day iintnil Can lie KIDNEYBEA1 PEAS .loan of Arc Can 7c Happy Vale No. 2 Can 13c $1.00 Pocket Knife Free With each purchase of $2.95 or up of men's (hoes In our slore Saturday, May 12. These knives are good quality with combination bottle opener and corkscrew. Featuring all sizes and widths of ihees at popular prices PORK STEAKS BELL PEPPERS LEMONS Real I.can I'otind Pound Snnkist. Nice Size Do/.en 15c 124c Sunny lirook or Canmii I'uiiml 27c BEANS (Irt'al Northern Pound 4c GREEN BEANS ' Small, Tender I'(iiiiul lOc TISSUE """"'• """ Shc "i, : r 7ic MILLERS CORN FLAKES K'-V^ 5c LETTUCE^ CRAPE FRUIT MEAL Head California 6c 24-1.1). Sack 39c RHP CABBAGE GREENS I'oumi 5c Mustard or Turnip Hunch 2c HENS Milk Fed. Fu]) Dressed Pound Merrimac. Small Can MACKEREL Salmon Style •> Cans 15c MILK lie 21e SOAP_ VEAL MUSTARD Van Camp or (.'tillage. 11 Small or ;! l.arj;i! I'.'iw Sour or Dill _ (Juarl Palmolivu or Camay :t Ha is Koasl or Uesl Chops Pound Marco (fuarl Jar 15c CATSUP Midwest I-I-O/. lioltle 15c lOc 13c Old Fashioned liiinvn or IX iT. i'llUIUl Tie II AMCJ Sntjar Half or Whole, Pound - - - - ir, c IlrtillO Cured Cuts, I'ound 2:">e Sack - - !>fic i'k - - 'I !)c; BLUE BUNNY FLOUR Sit £ NORTHERN TISSUE CELERY Florida, .lunilio Stalks Ivaeli 6c 9c Sm;l)l Sheets. Not |.- n ,,,n. |'oun,| IGc Fancy Slock Pound RED POTATOES SALAD OIL SALT MACKEREL '•"""£ 2c 15c Kuch 3c BANANAS SPINACH Uipe l-'ruil 1'iliiml Ark - No. '2 1/; Can - - - - lOc CHEESE Wisconsin No. 1 I'diimt House for 171c 13c CLEANSER l _ PITTED CHERRIES %'£" 25 c SOAP I'. & (;. or Crystal While, (i (Jinnl liurs fur 25c CURED HAM Sliced Km| I'oniul 15c Pound 2c SELOX 12c Small 5c PALMOLIVE BEADS ,.,^e 5c WEINERS KRANKS '" 'f^nT 25c APPLE BUTTER Cardinal 2-1,1,. .hi 13c Itosi'dalt No. 2 ! / 2 Can 14c PINEAPPLE No. 2", Can FRESH TOMATOES I'ound 12ic BACON SQUARES" k ' k( ';-,. s T;M2ic No.' 21; Can 19C 6c Phillips. All Kinds Can GRAPE NUT FLAKES, ^ 17c I'uffired Kico. 1'liij. - Me Puffed Whcal. I'kg. - KJc GINGER ALE CRAB MEAT Quart Dottle 10c °" sta - "Jaylem" I'D RICE JELLO COFFEE Fancy ^ _Povnl_ All Flavins (? -» Packairo OC Liberty Special I'oumi 18c OLEO Pound lOc MACARONI Bulk Pound 7c

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