The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 26, 1938 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 26, 1938
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PAGE TWO HLYTHEV1LLE (ARK,) .COURIER NEWS 'J.fl.lifOF' " To Inspect West Virginia j: Homestead For' Once •v Unemployed Miners ^ Ry NBA Service !" MORGANVHAE, W. Va.. May 24, ^•President Roosevelt, is about to visit for Uie (list time a tcdcral project which has claimed much of Jiis wife's attention. for five roars. r When he steps from a train here bn Friday, .May. 27, for an inspec- tjon tour en route to Jlyde Park, N. Y, he will gel Ills first, glimpse of ,UIQ , Artlmrdale Community, a i?,W)C,000 homestead ins project finance-id by the Farm Security Administration and actively sponsored fcy Ihe First Lady. «iThe.President will !jc welcomed by most of the d(M inhabitant.'!, once jhiompioyed mining families, now I'orkliiV people whose village con- :ainx ..every_ modern Hying w t >• He will"see Uie 1C5 bungalow residence, units now completed, each consisting-if a home, a combination barn and poultry shelter, .am "approximately''three acres of land jrach -...boasting ...heating. facilities funning .water, modern ' plumbing ihd electricity. ' £ Families occupy Ihc property linger 'a temporary leasing agrcemen which is effective pending tlic fixing of a.price each family will pay jThe regular rental payments, rung- ing from $7.50 16 $11.50 per month depending on Uie type of house •will .apply on the purchase price .JThe. families buy- their own fuel food, clothing and electricity. '-'• ' •'• Family Income Up ••• Livelihood is derived from home "stead tracts cultivated by tlic resl .dents, from co-operative intiustiln •jind farming activities, nnd fron ^employment in.private enterprise Tlic F.3A figures the. average ntinua ;lamil}' Income at $l(K0, compare .to S4S7 before the project \va ^started.. Only 25 per cent of til 'Wage earners work for the govern "merit; the rest for private indiistrj I T'/ie President will lie take) through the cratt factory, a co pperaUvcly-owncd unit employin .30 men whose wares have beei shipped to every state an;l severe foreign countries. Here i>orc. furniture, kitchen equipment, pew .le- and wrought iron ware, 1111 other house furnishings arc mami 'facturctl. ,. Two privately owned facloric also operate in Arthurdale. .'Fh 'Phillips-Jones shirt factory iia been in ; prediction since last ai ~tumn:1vith a payroll of ; '2ti* local Ao.iien. 'ihe Electric Va-jiium Clean 1 "-. Joins Army Air Corps JirninU- Tijilon Jiumile Tiplon was grnduutcc Tuesday Iroiii the . University 0 Alabama, Tuscaloosa, and hns rs- ci'lvod an appointment as an air cadet of the United Slates Army THURSDAY, MAY 20, Southeast and Nor Hi west Arkansas. Mrs, tarn Stanford, Mrs: Hilton Stophenson, Mrs. Martha Poison, and Miss Mnggic Sue Flcmmlni; 'oft for Joiirsboro Monday to enter Arkansas State Colle(jc for the first six weeks of summer school. Mr. and Mrs. Mose Sllman, Mrs, Joe Hires, Miss Carrie Mac Hires, uni Mrs. JCSSK Drown attended tlie rlnlc-ltogcrs wedding In Osceola EiUunUy. n Mr. and Mrs. E. M, Brolask) and ilaughtcrs, Cliarllnc and Lnuia Ellen, of Meiniihis, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Woods, of nccatur, Alabama, and Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles T. Everett. of Memphis, were called to Luxora on account of the serious Illness and death of Mr. R. W. Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. llussell Do wen, Mr. aid Mrs. .Jesse Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hires and Mr. and Mrs. Half Moon News Mr. and Mrs, J. H. Holland vlsll- rd In Paragotild Sunday. The mcmbere of the Methodist Missionary society arc quilling Ihls week. The funds obtained through (his project will go Into the fund for the new rlmrcli. Mrs. Kric Day is ill at her home tills week. Mrs. Florence Evans, of Memphis, and Miss Hazel Walker, of j'ampa, Tex., visited Mrs. E. B. Walker over Uie weekend. Bill Renfro is ill at his home Ibis week. Tlic Rev, Percy Ray, of Walnut, Miss., held Ills monthly service at Ihc Unplist church Sunday. Mrs. Oscar Ingrain is spending a few days in-'Cariitlicrsvillc. John Buck and family and Lud Everything for your cntci (ainment and comfort. Admission Matinee lOc * 2Gc Admission Nitfht I Co & Mo Watch Society Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests . . Sam Bowen attended their Osce- Buck aiici family of Senath, Mo., ol>i-Liixom-B!ytlicvl)lc bridge club, l icllt the weekend with their Tuesday night with Mr. nnd Mrs, Holfinrt Green of Dlythcvlllc us hosts. Miss Margaret MotlUl went to Newport. Ark,. Friday night to attend the revue of Miss Louise Turner's dancing class. Miss Turner It a former Luxora girl and was Miss Moflil'.'i dniicing class assistant at the pinno for several years. Mis; Turner accompanied Miss Moffltl ome for a visit ol several days. Jack llughcy, of Chic, Tcnn., attended the graduation of his sis- Air corps. He will leave July 1 for,lcrs, livliiri, from the Luxora school Randolph Field training center, Thursday nlglH. He was accomiraii- nearSan Antonio, Texas, where he.led home by Ruby. Is to be in training for one yeiirj Mrs. Julian Ov/eus, Miss Martha and after his graduation will be a Kate llryunl were Memphis visitors second nontenant. He specialized In neronnullcal cn- ovcr the weekend. Mrs. li. T. Enllctt 1 , Mrs. R. ineering when In college and will Build 1 . Mrs. C, B. Wood, Miss Mar- study all phases of military /lying B ,n-;t Moltitt, and Iicr house guest, during the next year. Miss Louise Turner of Newport, This appointment, which Is one nnd Miss Carolec Woods" attended of p riist)iicllo;i. requires n rlgi;l (he Uaccnlfiuroate services of i physical condition and nn excellent Elytlicvlilc high school Sunday, college record. ISocniisc nf young, Among tlie out ol town people Tipton's scholarship rating he was' W | >c , ntteiulcd tlie funeral of Mr exempt from taking the menial n. w. Thomas. Monday atternooi «'crc: Mr. niul Mrs. Erwiu Wliit- tests. Jimmie plans to spend Ills four weeks vacation with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Paul L. Tlptbn. impressed by the rugged conditions, Mrs. Roosevelt returned to Washington to push negotiations whieli led lo (lie acquisition of the old Arthur farm nnd breaking of ground for the first building by tho next October. Since then she lias visited Ar- thurdnle several times to nsstsl at ?ommunity functions. Luxora Society — Personal flrsJ.1R It. Cox and dauehter, of .p|ao^tlafe; .'.Miss., are visiting in rllie home of her parents, Mr. and •cr Coiriiiany's assembling plant will MfS] , ouis Spsul|1 Jiut 30 men back to work when It 1 rresumer. operations soon. 1 1 The President v.'ill view the GOO- ftcre general farm which yields fruit, '\ecetables, and grains fnr mnr'xel., :thc poultry farm, tlic dairy whose ; :30 registered Jerseys provide milk Miss Rosa Lou Cooke, of Mem- £ Rd"^ MC. C»k^ Mr. and Mrs. Wnriier L. Clark iiolhcr, Mrs. John Buck, Calumet News Miss Jamie D. Polk, o: Mali Mo-^n, vas tlie- guest ol her sister. Miss Suln Hall, over Ilic weekend. Mary Lr.e Mlllo! 1 V.- Ill ul her home his week. Will HlayloL'k's home wns deslroy- d )iy lire Sunday. Miss Helen Mnrciis and Miss Leada Marcus have reliuncd home from •Iiorneisvllle, Mo., where they .invc been vislfln« relatives. Shot are often deflected by the .'cathcrcd coats of giunc birds. Las! Times Today fOUSUBNTCtSEOFHVSncs ™ C ROBINSON <*M : -r/5 . WARMER BUOS. v.'Orlh, Frank Whitworth, Mr. nn< Mrs. H. E. Ncblelt, Roland Green rind Mrs. J. O. Bnrncs, of Blythe- vlllc; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Vines of Eldorado; Mr. and Mrs. Uliss Yancey, ol Brlckey; Mrs. II C Duvlrtson, Mrs. Euycne Thome Judge S. L. Gladlsli. E, S. Chiles J, T. Cost on, I/. J. Sinitli. George Aforcy, J. B. Bunn, A. Weinbcrg, 1. Ilara'iirg, E. 51. Reid, Dr. George Cone, J. W. Thrallklll, J. S. Mc- C.ints, ClniKle 'I'liomason, W. w. Prewltt, W. L. Fletcher, and Arch Smith, of Osceola. C. B. Wood accompanied by I,. I/. McDcanuon. of Osceola, will leave Wcdncsda.v for Hot Springs, where they will attend a meeting o[ the Arkansas Bankers association. George Mo Longer Drinks Whiskey While HihhunTreatmenl Made < Him Hale Lujtinr iMedit'ine (iiven JjetTctlv Whlto Ribbon Remedy can be Biven in coJTce, sea or milk and has done much co slop drunkenness. One woman tiircrl :i drunkard of '20 years wlvJi one box.. The price is $2.00 nnd S for sale Kii'by Brothers. A SLIGHT CASE OF MURDER' JANE BRYAN • ALLEN JENKINS RUTH DONNELLY • WILLARD PARKER Also rnrnmount News, Carl llcff & Orchestra, and Comedy. Admission Matinfc We & XGc Niglil ICc & :iGc FRIDAY LIBERTY CASH GROCERS Fri. & Sat. \V« Si'H l''or Less Complete One-Slop Food Store Fri. & Sat. Firm Green Lb. 1C GREEN BEANS Ib. 3!c Crackers 14c Pineapple li 10c FRESH CORN Ear BOILING ONIONS Btmdi r Crisp fircen, \ T LIMA BEANS R", £ 15 BEETS For 10 I' ORANGES Florida tc. Size, Doz. Ofic fcW- SQUASH 'omul A & le APPLE JUICE Tall Can 10 Catsup 13c Frpp I 1 WW Tollies. All For Sunhat willi I>ar1ni ' "roem I^A-fc |%| IP VVV SALAD DRESSING Homci- Like, Quart 20c No. 2 1 /. C:m 20 It is estimated Hint in 1898, there were less than 30 automobiles in the United Stales. A new note in fun ... and love ...when the funniest kid in pictures becomes Cupid's swing-time first assistant! WESSON OIL' int (Jtiart 21c (i 1,1'. QAc Can 33 UPTON TEA, 1A - i/j Li). I'kg a :for the'.community, the general •e,. barber shop, grist mill, auto ^icc station, and motion picture •{heater—all managed by the home- Pleaders. . 1' F. '!). R. Will Dedicate Hotel -~ The-Arthurdale Inn. ^a 20-room fall of Mrs. Clnric's fallicr, Archie P. Pittmnn, who had to he taken to Ht. Joseph's hospital. Miss Dixie Howard, of Memphis, spent tlie weekend with her pnr- cnts - Mr - niul Mls - William llow- a sllc vvns Accompanied to Lux-hotel of native stone 'will be oUi-' an b >" Jlrs - cl > nrl(1 s Scott, of Memphis, and Mrs. Ray Graham, of Ripley. Tcnn., who were guests ol' •Mis.' Scott's sisters. Mrs. William Tlnvcatt and Mrs. Walter Demon. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Majors were in Dyt'iiburir, Tcnn., Sunday afternoon visiting Mr. Major's aunt. Mrs. Winnie Esles. and her daughter. Mrs. Ralph Rice. Dr. E. R. Bagnn went lo Little Ro;'k Saturday where lie met Airs. Bosan, who was returning home after a six weeks vidt among tlic various Eastern Star chapters In ^ opened by the President. The ^•Health Center, offering hospital -service and medical care, will hold "open house. ^ Mrs. Roosevelt'will presi-Jc at^commencement exercises . for is -high school seniors at the large ^educational Institution ccmprismg .'facilities for children from nursery itot to coUeee entrance age, - Irie ririt Lady's rj.irUcip.itlon in •^thc project dates uack to a lour of line stranded coal mining camps in Jthls section early in 1933. Deeply Don't Let Bladder Weakness Get You Up During the Night When your bladdck 1 is irritated and you have to jump out of brd two or three times every night it brctiks your rest and you feel tired nnd weary duritiR Ihe day. Time then (a tliink of Ramon's Brownie Pills for the kidneys, because (his good old medicine is guaranteed to lielp this condition or money back—and no time Is wasted doing it either. If you want to sleep sound at night, keep free from bladder weakness and possible rheumatism. Get a 35 cent package of Ramon's Brownie Pills lor the kidneys—In- cxp'.'iisivo nnd giraranlccd. Adv. :i. USE B« Btnntl Insccl Porurfrr—kills ronchcs; onlg nnd many other crawling insects ns quickly nnd surely as Bee Brand Insect Spray kills flics find mo»quiloc». Harmless to humans, Vrd«, /usuuumn DElUliS 0 KEEFE OH JEWEL 1 Lb. -jftt Crt. I*, CRACKERS 1 LI), f Ac Box 1U OK JELLO Package I'INKAPPLE ,)UICE No. 2 Can ....1,'ie Libbv's or Dole No. 211 Can ...3c TOMATO JUICE M Oz. Ciin DIME BRAND MILK c.» 10° C. C. S\!«cial LI). Hotnade - ™ 25c Slaw, PotiUo Salad, Cottage Cheese, Lb. 15c KCBeefe^i|Veal - 15c Fancy Sliced iQc Pound 10 SLACK HAWK 25 C ' & What the F -.*..'•: well-undressed man will wear! Gentlemen, you need n blotter when it's liotlcrl That's why the well (and wisely) "ndrc«scd moil weirs a JUNES Undershirt —as well as HANKS Short.f. You PCM! the sof 1 , absorbent Unit of HANES In drink up perspiTation . . . t.okeev>yoiirtot>"shirl.froni •gelling soakwl and p ayainsl your M.-inl Light and cool, HANES Slilrls finapin snugly under your arms * . . stretch nontly across your chest . . . tuclc too fnr below your belt to £neak up and worry your waistl Follow up with a pair of HANES Snorts. Here's room to sit, bend, and walk without piiiching *ii thcoolcli,.. without snvigi;ing around the Irgsl Absolute comfort. Colors fust. See your MANES Dealer. P. H. Hanes Knitting Co., Wineton-Salciii, N. C. («t f»«M) SAMSONOAK UiH«n-Su .run -jH. $1 e»ch. Other I1ANES Onton-S«)ti,7Sc«n!lup. FOR MEN AND BOYS FOR EVERY SEASON A Complete Line of HANES UNDERWEAR JQE ISAACS, Inc. VENITIAN BLINDS Standard Sizes in Stock SPECIALLY PRICED SO95 3 ('nmpldc \Ve i:c.w carry all s(;iml;ml size Vvnclian Hlinds in .slock . . . Hicsc arc a .uood H'-'a'- ily liliml made Ity (he Kremlin Shade Co. U'lililtli SI'IXHt, (HJIiKIt SIZES ,VHB ^YA^"r^,u \VK win, OKDMI ANO i.v- STiU.l- TllliM AT r.c I'KIt K(i. FOOl. SARD FURNITURE CO. ROXY Admission alirays 10r, &. ZCc Malincrs Snt. A .SuiKJay Night shoivs— Box Ofllcn O|icn 7:00 p.m. Shows start 7: IS p.m. Last Times Today PAL NIGHT! Two AdnilKrrt fnr (lie I'ricc of 1 IFVTAnTIA&lT 1'oiind PORK CHOPS '" ld ^l 19 ['rail No. 2!/ 2 Can 24' CHEESE Pound 15 PICNIC HAM Pound 19 s SALT MACKEREL - 5' PORK LIVER Pound 10 POTTED MEAT Lilihy's | Ac .'{ For IU UCAT fflEMI I' ivcr Cheese, Macaroni Loaf, Halamn, Pimicnfo Ham. Lb Corn Pride of Illinois No. :!03 Can 8c wifh Scot I Collon, M;iry Kus- scil, Thurslon Hail & Artliur' I-oft. joe Colir^r turns slcutli lo trap a cumints ciiniin^l. Also selected shoits Pickles 12!c Friday - Saturday Mso (-.irtonn & ivcilal "Flash Gflr- tlon to ^Jars." C'ntiliniEniis slmiviag Saltirtlay. I'cfif Pois No. 2 Can 9c Meal 37c Flour sS£ 21c Cherries 1125c Can, *• r, i,b. liox 2 l,b Uox •1 I,h. Crt. 1 l.b. Crl. ....lie ... 12.- KRAUT N S10 WAKKHS iCc 1 I,!). 1'ackJiRC «V KIBIiEY BEANS TOMATOES N ' 2 ?"•„ 25 GRAHAM ,,„ l ' ; "' KC C!tn snKill Can SCOTT TISSUE 2 Hnlls 15 WALDORF TISSUE , M , 41 l>t, Cai nation, Ambny «r Lihby's 2 Small Cans or 1-arpc Vr,r COCOHMWATK CASTILE 3 for 14c Lady Betty ,•£ Mayonnaise !G (U Tissue iifl9c

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