The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 12, 1931 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 12, 1931
Page 3
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1031 RI.YTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COUKIER NEWS PAHR TTMrTr. Banker's Son and Actress Wed (Continued from page one) for Arkansas in a short time is inevitable." Rogers Flirs Soulli FOKREST CITY, Ark., Feb. 12. <Up)_Will Rogers, cowtoy humorist, today turned his airplane toward southeastern Arkansas citi? , ending a state tour made in behall of the American Red Cross. Rogers, accompanied by Captain Prank Hawks, Ills pilot and Ism:, , flyer, played in northeast j'.rk:in.«' cities yesterday, lie will clos? his inur at Texavkana loniittit, leaving shortly afterwards lor his California home, Gem Theatre at Osceola Installs New Equipment OSCEOLA, Ark.. Feb. 12 - New lalkinj equipment has V.?cn install- cd in the Gem Theater here supplanting the; old combination disc aikl illm machine, antl contracts \vere closed yesterday (or a series of coming pttractlons. according to Miss Emma Cox and l/iuie Gwaltney, who recently purchased the theater from C. E. Colter, its former owner. In addition to the comedy and feature pictures shown each evening, news reels will bo shown on^ Tuesdav and Wednesday evenings.j and animated cartoons, which have not been shov.'n here heretofote, will be ndrVd'ln the bill two or three evenings a week- THE NtW DiXIE STORE CO. FEBRUARY SPECIALS JBRUARY •AT- Osceola Society—Personal Marriage of Roger Wclfe Kahrt (b?low, orchestra leader, aviator and son of Otto H- Kahn, fnmous \ tanker nrtd art patron, and Miss j Hannah Williams (above), musical! comedy dcticss. was revealed two i VBcte afl'er tlicir secret wedding at ! the Kahn eststc at Cold Surin?; Harbor, Long Island. The bride, was reported to have abandoned her ttage career at the request o'.\ her father-in-law. ; Mrs. W. C. Pace and Mrs. W. E. Hunt were guests at'a bridge an-' luncheon at the home cf Mrs. Claude Davis at Vincent, Ark., yesterday. Charles T. Co'.eman. Little Rock- attorney, was a • business visitor ir Osceola Wednesday and remained overnight for a'visit with his son. Charles R. Coleman. and Mrs. Coleman. Dr. L. D. Masscy. \vho has hcen ill ol influenza at his home here for the past week, is able to bs out again. > County Judire Zal B. Harrison of Blytheville was a business visitor ir Osceola Wednesday. G. Br^Segraves, accompanied by Aubrey Cowan, was a business visitor i nHelena Wednesday. Miss Emma Cox and Walter Cox .ir., spent Wednesday evening in MemnhLs. Anna Merle, crml! dauehf-r ?' Dr. and Mrs. L. D. Massey, is se- rintislY ill of bronchial Dneumonia. >f'"dameF L. B. Swift. Thnmi" P. Florida and Bettle Nelle Beall drove to Paragould Wcdnesd?v to hear Will Rogers. Thev were luncheon guests of Mrs. Florida's sister Mrs. Frank Potter, who lives in Parajculd. card party at the Kstes home Wed- ' ncsiiay night. j Mr. Harry Lyles spent Saturday ' ] In Blyiheville. \ Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Davis of j Promfet Land were visitors here i Saturday. ' j Miss Mamie Joyce was the guest 11 of Miss Norma Steele Tuesday i afternoon. !l Gilchrixt Farm News Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Orr visited (he lattcrs parents. Mr. and Mrs. and Lose Fat Safely and Quickly i Kruschcn Salts—(a perfect com r ! ijnation of the six mineral salts our body should have to function i | iiopcrlyj purify your blood of; harmful adds, and aid the -kid-, neys and bowels to throw off waste jj material—the continual formation'! cf which is probably the cause ofjl your fat. il In this modern age of living, it's it impossible to get these salts from 1 ' the fancy foods you eat—but don't worry just as long as you have Kruscheri Salts. Take a half tesapoon every morning before breakfast in a! ;lass of hot water-little by littl; I that ugly fat disappears, you'll feul j- better than ever before—years: O. S. Steele. Saturday night Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Brad Daniels of Round Lnk". visited Mr. and Mrs. Daniels, Saturday night. Miss Iris Akins spent Saturday nioht with Idelle Webb. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Howell announce the birth of a son, on Saturday, Feb. 7th. Mr. Harry Lyles visited Mr. Koy and Korvell Lowe. Sunday. Norvcl Ijjwe and Edgar Davis were Blytlieville visitors Saturday Nfrs. Prijst Orr visited Mrs Clifford Burns, Thursday. P. M. Davis, w. W. Davis and C. S. Webb made a business trip to Memphis lass week. ' Mrs. A. IT. Lowe visited Mrs. A. S. Skcle, Saturday evening. Misses • GcrirudR Lowe, and Ncrma Steele were guests of Mrs. John Burns, Thursday evening. Mrs. Jim Orr and Mrs. Magjic Hancock visited Mrs. A. II. Lo'.ve. Thursday afternoon. A large crowd of bays and girls attended a. dance tu Round Lake Saturday night cf last week. Mr. Ray, Norvel IKIWO, Harry Lyles and Ed;ar Davis attended a younger, more energy. You'll soon posses that enviable beauty, clear | skin, sparkling eyes, superb figure'I which only perfect health can impart. I An 85c. UDttle (last 4 weeks) at i Kirby Drug Co., or any progressive • druggist in America. Money back i li Krusc'".cn doesn't convince yoj that, it is the safest, quickest, easiest way to lose fat. A Hartford woman writes, "I'll! >.ell the world Kruschen Salts is j wcndtrful stuff to reduce." An Ohio I T,-cmon lest 10 pounds with one bottle. " —Adv. 5 GAS 161/2C Phillips "GO" Save 30e to 45c on a Tank of Gas. Open Day ft Harry Bailey Arch, Hcrmondalc, Mo. Harry Bailey, Frori. COURTEOUS SERVICE On your radio tonight... listen to I.ornn Fantin, famous nunurologist. She'll tell you liosv names and dales affect success in business, love ur marriage. A real radio thrill. KMOX and entire Co'umvbia network at 8:15 F. M., Central Standard Time. QJLD GOLD CIGARETTE RADIO PROGRAM C t*. LtoEtrd to.i Io4" For Sale I have a few tons of Alfalfa on hand that I will sell cheap. JimmieBoyd Phone 579 . or Hubbiird Hardware Co. Ask for Wilson Henry. c Ladies and Misses House J. & P. Coats Silk Included Imported Hand Made Porto Ricnn Blythcville's Greatest Value Giving Store finning Friday, Spring's Newest Styles < Materials In Coats, Dresses, Hats The new sport Jaquetts of Kar- | 'ami cloth makes an ideal gar- , meat for all avound wear — in black and white. All sizes. Smart Coats i 11 Tweeds, fitted belle d styles. Sizes Hi to 40. Price 169 Printed ana solid colors—All Silk Crept; Dresses. IS to 4-1. Priced Sport coats in tweeds and basket . weave Size 13 to 40 75 New Styled Shoes THE NEW DIXIE STORE CO. FEBRUARY SPECIALS gSHgHnBrBBT MEN'S SOX A clearance of full slines. Values up to $4.95. Styles in Sirups, Ties Miul Pumps, Hit'li niul llncl.s in Blacks, iirmvris and Conibiimtion colors. Kor (|tik'k clenraiice Men's New Spring Slice Arriving Duilv. Dress Coats in{ smart b e 11 e d, styles in bash a cloth fur and self trimmed- collars. Something new in suits. Wool crepe and basket knit two- piece suits, ' light and dark shades. -Printed and solid crepe dresses and suits also the new plaids and stripes. & Start the new season right with a straw hat. Blacks and pastelsh^es in ballibuntl and- Pedalin^^ajids. Bakau and novelty straw,sp' P-riced 200 New Spring Dresses in the li' modes—such as— Sunday N i g h I Dresses — Street Dresses with lilted lines — Long and Short Sleeves in Solid ami Printed Crepes — Solid ami -Printed Chiffons—Six: s to 111 nil—13 to 50—a usual ? 10.00 value for *\ Full Fashioned Pure Siik 32 Piece Dinner Set m$^ In Colors ..' ; ' i .vi-'; : :'.w :> The newest in Chinawear carrying tVi.!'.');'!••'' out the square and round shapes. The colors ar; yellow, green and blue. Something new and differ-. ent. A limited quantity. While they last Men &'Boys .'All'.•:-•'• ... I.eathtr Scout •' -•. NEW PRINTS-NEW SILKS-NEW LOW PRICES Mew Prinled Silk in the new single flower designs—Single-A- Pure Dye—All Silk Material that is Priced Specially for this Sale SPRING SILK $' Solid colors to match Is included at this Price. A very unusual selection of new designs and prints — in this group of Silks—also Solid Colors of Pastel Shades and Black and White 98 Rayon Prints in similar designs of Silk—Guaranteed Fast Colors Soiescttc—Cardinal—and Billie Ilroiulrlolli Prints—Solid colors to match Your new Low Price on this fast color prints Men's Dress SHIRTS 1C Dainty Lace Collars In Jaho's— Puiinul and V-shape styles, mostly with cuffs to match and Ideal trimming for your new dress. Priced $' to Rayon Underwear in Bloomer— Step-ins—Dance Sets and Costume Slips. Regular 98c values Williams Talc Powder c Fast Color. 30 In. Prints THE NEW Blytheville, Ark. HOPE DOMESTIC BLEACHED BIythevi!!e's Greatest Value Giving Store

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