The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 24, 1930 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

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Friday, October 24, 1930
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•HELP 15 lENBYMTDN . (Continued from page one) •with conditions 'tlii-ougliout l!;c county, tgtee that there arc large numbers' of farm tonanls and cas- . ual laborers wlx> will be without mfans of subsistence once the col- ton crop is but of the way, Cheap cotton, (heap cotton picking and lack.of other employment have • made It impossible for them to ac- ciimulat eany cash reserve, and hundreds of fajnllles, now existing •from hand-to-mouth, will be without food or fuel after the first cf the year. ' Situations similar to that looked forjtere have nlready developed In other communities in tills stale and elsewhere, where crop conditions were even less satisfactory than here, and, where nol adequately dealt with have resulted In widespread petty thievery and luwtos- Mss. Need Greater Revenues The chapter'6 revenues for local relief wort come from two .sources, the chapter share of nieinbcrshH dues and special subscriptions mndc expressly for charity work. Fifty cents of each membership fee (joes to national headquarters, the r;pt remaining in the local chapter's Ueasury. All additional contribution 1 remain here. "If the local chapter is to be able to render the service that will b= detiiRiided of It the coining white* it.must have more members and larger contributions," Mr. Walter declared this morning. " We mii«l either *relieve cases, of actual want Uirouuh such an organization as t.V Red Cross or have people wllhou- means of subsistence beting at our doors. .The satisfactory way and In the long run the cheques' way,:Is to give the Red Cross sufficient means to meet the situation." : • Ron Call Starts Tomorrow : Plans for the roll call, which wll' begin Saturday and contlnu; thru the foll'wlng week, have been organized under the chalrnmnsldp of Mrs Howard Proctor. Red Cross booths will be maintained in downtown tudness houses, there will be housert'-houso solicitation of individual members, special committees will seek 100 per cent enrollment from' ths larger business es- tibllshments, and individuals and business concerns will be asked to subscribe on a monthly basis for the support ol the chapter's charity writ . .. ; A year's membership in the Red Cross is. sold for $1. Many pay larger sums, However, and Ihis Is of particular help to the local chapter. .'»£ • regardless of the • amount p«id for the membership only fifty cents gees to' national headquarters. The local chapter serves HID en- '.!re''Chlckasawba district Of Mississippi county,- and Is the only or 1 ganlied'charity functioning In ths aret. v ; The roll call wll! be coii- ductid" In communities throughout the district. • ' Gitchrist Farm News Duretto and Ruby Lee Stockton.of. Biurdette were visitors h«re. Sunday: Misses Gerlene and Merle Stewart, and'Margaret Wilder were Bly- thieyille,shoppers Saturday. Cecil: Steele and Edward Vlning attended.'the . ball game at Cole JUdge 'Sunday afternoon. Mr. and-Mrs. Jim Orr announce the' birth of a daughter on Friday,. Oct. 11th. Mrs, Edgar Davis and Nornm Steete visited the Misses Vlnla? Sunday. .Edgar Davis attended the concert at .Promise Land Friday night. Mrs. Edgar Davis, Cecil andNor- ma Steele attended church at New Liberty Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Priest On- announce the birth of a son, Sunday, Oct. 19lh. Miss Idelle Webb was a Blytheville visitor Saturday afternoon. Roscoe 'Coleman and Jeffrey Crump visited Clyde. Steele Sunday. . Mr. and Mrs. Walter Alexander were Blytheville shoppers Saturday. .Cecil Steele and Eoyd Orr wen business visitors at Blytheville Monday. Mrs. Donald Aycock and son have returned from a brief visit to points in .Mississippi. Mr. arid Mrs. O. S. Steele an- , nounce the birth of a son Tuesday, j October 21. .RAPID CITY, S. D. (UP) — A I deadly coral snake and a. polecat' gav,i Arthur Rose nf Rapid City some anxious memento while fish ing Rose climbed the bank of a stream to.take a short cut home. As he reached the top he was confronted by a snake of brilliant cnl oring and as slender as a lead pen Rose reached, for a rock and found a pole tat nearby. He decided that the snake was less dan- serous and killed it. He discovered later the snake was of the de»dly coral species. COLORADO SPRINGS, (UP) — The.l»t«st popular pastime in Col orado—skiing on sand dunes—i growing in popularity. The sport *as given a trial by Colcr»d»ns recently on the biz > dun» n*w;Mo«ca. They reported I the tuid had,little effect on the I «od ttet the sport Is almost I - I "- «a iiwv, NEW LOW PRICES and of course all new merchandise Dresses & 3-Piece Suits to 7.50 Values A wonderful selection of Waul Crepes, .Flat Crepes, Joracy and Travel Prints, all sizes $ 2.95 Blankets Full Double Size. Pretty PL-lids $1.09 P & G Soap With 50c Purchase. 1 Deal To A Customer 5 Bars Fur For Saturday Qt% Sunset Gold It's Fine Coffee BH Pet or Carnation 6 Small or 3 large Cans II ID Galvnnixi'd With Each $1 Purchase 1 Deal To A Customer 10-qt. Fails ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•(•^•••••i Men's Leather Boots Black or Brown-16-inch Tops Guaranteed Ladies Shoes s.x $1.95 Dozen 27c . 2\ Can Libbys Sliced or Crushed Work Shoes Plun Toe, mocas- sin lasts, Panco soles, brown or 1 'tick. 2.85 1 Black or Tan Iphildrens Shoes Union Suits ^.ftt 49c LL Domestic yd. 5c New Red ^-.^ J _ rfKS^BE BrockfieSd or Clover Bloom ib. 2}c T Size 64 Each 5c IY Children's Plaid • Slip-overs, Boys or Girls Sweaters ••MUMH^MMMMM Outing Gowns Silk Hose Union Suits Work Shirts ••"•—••^•••B Overalls •—««•—• Tronsers "•B^HIiSRSZKDBnnHII^Hl Union Suits Ladies, sizes to 20 !>8c values Ladies Full Fashioned Silk, From Toe to Top Ladies High neck, long sleeves and Ifffs, DSc Values Wen's Good Quality And Jumpers, $1-25 Quality. 220 White lack Denim 98c 79c Sweet Potatoes SQUPll e L3Cans25c Country Club OCp 2 Pound Box ^**v PURE LARD 4 LtIb.l2c ONIONS ReGdlobe 5 Ibs. 14c SNOWDRIFT Pai , GRAPES ™?__ APPI PQ New Jonathan HrrLLO For Baking PRESERVES 1 ^. Jar 25c 3 Ih. Basket J3g I Rp • vv Cream 24 Pound Sack PORK CHOPS K C Baby Beef Ib. 15c Men's Heavy Ribbed SI Quality Sweaters Fancy slip-over styles $3 Value Lnrtiberiacks •^^^^^^^—^ Wr • -• Style Sweaters For Men, Part Wool 79c 39c E^^HMKK 89c •• .IM> JH .95 79c E3SBCU! 95 tasEssa 98c DA ACT Fine for Boiling |L KUAdl or Stewing ID. Swifts Shankless Picnic 6 to 8 Pound Average Ib, Shoulder Plates Streaked Ib. 12c Tender Club and ound K. C. Beef IS* S Ib. 12ic|N[CH BONES Ib. 6! BACON \Ve Don't Substitute It's Genuine Hlack- lunvk. 3 I.b. Limit • " •—^—*i^^^ lb.2 None Better f r

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