The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 31, 1930 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO _BLYTIMiy!LLJg._(ARK.) COURIER, NFOWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, I MO Division Head Phillips Company Has! Completed Atlvacti v e Service Plant. Kill CUT TIKES, BARGAINS FOR SATURDAY A The Phillips Petroleum company. I . which has Jour stations In this city.! will open Its largest and newest' place of business Saturday when tiie English type station at Hie in- 1 tersection of highways 61 and 181 will begin business. ! Two brlcX buildings, creeled • striclls- along {English lines mih composition roofs in colors, nave the service station in one structure find the wash and grease house In the other. Doth are painted a grass green with the six pumps in contrasting shades blending will) the*, shingles. Hoy Moultrec is manager, of Iris . new station, assisted by Harold i residem. now assistant munnger ot Hamby. Henry Million! is the local | ™ ^•.'•°, llls ( ' lvlslt -» c[ agnit. Since the Phillips company cams here last February much capital has. been invested with the new station-as their major project. The large lot at the corner of Main and Division was purchased, trie tourist cottages cleared away and work started several months ago on? Improving the property. Joe Burns, assistant manager of thf St. Louis division which includes the slates of Missouri. Illinois, Indiana, Iowa and Arkansas, U yell known In Blylhevlllc where hefhas spent most of his Hie. As assistant manager of this division, inert from pnjc one) lows and '.md:rl>rusli Irom the district's Literal ditches. Many of the ditches :MC brrcilihig clugged with vegcliitlnn to the extent of serious- I ly intcrferliii! with (heir efficiency, i 1'rcperty owners will serve their ' ' own Interests In cleaning out the ditches adjoining their lands, Mr. Scott believes, as their drainage 1 will be linprovcd. Tfie work will i have to he done before tlie dis- | trlct c;m (jii.illfy for relief under the Glenn bill, and If the taxpayers do t!:e work themselves they will save In taxes the cost of hiring ' crews to do H. Grapefruit to jg'' 5c \ Cabbage, green, p Lettuce, head 9c[Ceiery7 stalk 7^c|Potatoes OLD i'l.AYS IHSCOVKKF.n ALAMOSA. CoiO., (UP)—Copies | of three <;l Spanish mystery plays were dl: 'vred hero. They arc i !:aid to i much cf the early • life of li inlsh pioneers. Fancy Yellow Fruit lips Petroleum company, has dl-1 rectcd th? company's expansion of 1(3 local facilities. Little Wilson News Mr. and Mrs. Archie Humble announce the birth o( a son. on Oc- Icbcr20ch . He will be named Arnold Lloyd. Mrs. Corn Humble ot Hoss was on the Knobloch farm this week. Ernest McKnlght \viis a Blytheville visitor Salcrday. Misses Gladys, Edna and Elsie Waldrup attended Die street, car- CLAIM:; SKASOX'S CATCH SAUK CENTER. Minn., (UI J ) — I, A. Walker claims to have caught the largest black bass o( the Minti- tauiB ssason after hooking a ti 3-1 pound fish lust week. ' Perrs and wmcn b the largest In the Phillips; nival at D-?ll Saturday night. Petroleum company, he will sup?r- vlsc the local business. His familiarity with tlie oil business, especially in Blytncvillc where he has been connected with several firuis, has been a factor in select- Joe Rulings of Hoodwny 1ms moved on the Knobloch farm. Mr. ami Mrs. Clmrtcy Cook and children of Hightower visited Mr. and Mrs. Frnnk Peters Sunday. Mr. ami Mrs. Fielder Perry were Sg"thi; city for a cental &£. H. i Whevlllc shoppers Saturday. N.-Long, of carirthcnvllle. district * ^^^.h'l.e^ Kv" salesman, is ako assisting In the U5 '<™ " U5S i-.tinn i euis tjunutiy. m.i.b.jitiu.1] ~j —. —. o \<re Fi-rtVnt I PoH 11 n-nr 4 IIA Cn,, opening. This company, recognized us cniv of; the : outstanding Independent unjls in the oil industry, is cairying: out a 515,000,000 program which includes a '$3,000,000 gasoline terminal hi East St. Louis as a part ol the pipe line from Borger, Texas, to East St. Louis. This tcr- Mrs. Everett Petty was the Sunday guest of Mrs. Marcus Stevens. K. 13. Fiymi of Lake City visited his imi'le, Howe Adams, Snndny Mrs. L. Lowery t>r Burdelte Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Archie Humble. Among those who attended church, nt Manila Sunday nighl, were Earl Bradford, Mr. and Mrs. mlnal is the only one of its kind ch , s Marcc nnil f ' nmlly in ;the country and when nnlshed j Hmvc Ad!U|ls ls attemllng to blls _ will carry rcflucd gasoline. | iness ,„ ^ kf . clty [h , s wec|t _ When the company recently | Miss Aimle Griffon of Keunett, opened a new station at Carulh- ereville. Mo., all records for one dajr» sales was broken when 9,000 gallons o£ gasoline were sold. Tuesday, 50 s.absihen and agents hi'northeast and' southeast Missouri will gather here for an nil- day meeting to ue in charge of Mr. Burns. Mrs. Howe Mo., visual her aunt Adams, Sunday. | Joe anil Vida Wilmcr who have i becu ill wlth-*cnrlet fever, nre much 1 Mrl >\rll'nir Martin visited '.Mrs. Waldrup Sunday evening. Mrs, Marcus Stevens was a Dell visitor Saturday. • Midway Notes Mrs. P. B. Kennedy of Shreve- por't, La., visited Mrs. E. M. McDonald Saturday. Mrs. W. M. Weber visited friends In •Piggott Thursday. ilr. and Mrs. Will Wheat of lily- theville have moved in this community. Miss Winnie V. Turner visited the' Burdette whosl Wednesday. E: B. Sexton visited his spn near Leland Miss, this week. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Canudy visited Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hill last Suhday. Professor L. H. Autry and Mr. Bullivan of Burdette were Blythe• ville visitors Tuesday. E". M. McDonald attended to business in Luxora Monday. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hill and L. B.J. Canady were Blytheville visitors Saturday. Mrs. Harry Stanford was a visitor' in Luxora Thursday. Porter Miller. Dan Moody ar.d A. J. Hill were visitors in Luxora Monday. Tom Long, Heed Crawiey and Herbert Cole were Luxora visit»-.-, Tuesday. E. M. McDonald was n business Visitor in Blythcvtllc Wednesdav. Hightower News Mrs. Pearl Kennedy of Wes'.dalc. •a., was the week-end guest of her isier. Mrs. R. n. White. Miss Lucllc Harkey visited Miss fury Jane Woodson at Osceola ast SuiKlay. Mr. and Mis. W. W. Simpson of Little River were the guests of Mr. d Mrs. Troy Rtimey, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack West. Mr. and Mrs. Roy W.iiio were gi:t>.~ils of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. White Sunday. C. Cunningham has bren sick for several days. HOME THEATRE Friday and Saturday Hard HirliiiK 1 . Fierce I"ii;iiliriK! Hoarin^ Slomancc! OFFER LOW COST HEALTH INSURANCE Protection Costs But Few Cents a Day Old Man Weather simply can't be trusted to keep foods safe enough to serve your loved ones. For the few cents a day that ICE costs, it certainly Is not worth the risk of doing without. ICE at any time. If your refrigerator needs replacement, get a new one—not necessarily an expensive model, but one that will keep foods in - prime condition with minimum ICE con- 'sumption. We'll be glad to help you make a good selection. SAVF. WITH ICC Arkansas-Missouri Power Co. "At Your Service" Eggs, fresh dozen I; Awards oz . unny Brook, Pound 25c Pork and Beans Scans 2 cans Qmm Campbell or wU|J v an camp No. 2 Can 2 Cans '7 Scans 25ciPeas mm ic No. 2 can Petit Pois 9 p' L CM Matches 3 boxes Kig«Pgi^cr?vaBrrjar^ I Sugar '" Bc j°f 10 pounds 49e KSIlk Camp small cans RITZ THEATER Last Time Today Salmon tail can lOc | Flour 24-lb. sack large cans fssmem Mb. eonf. or brown 2 psig. Peaches lOc Flour 24-lb. sack !dailibie 23c | Sorghum £*„ 99c f Cafsi -j '-- 1 - 1 IIT •fT""firi^ri"Mn'MTr^i^ra«"M»r«MirMiii n i n PHI IMINIIB i Cake Free 14 oz. Naco 2 for 8 Pound Bucket Silver Leaf Head Courier News Want Ads. Prevent Disease Many i[ r c n rf diseases can be prevented by using Pasteurized Milk ' KOMANCK ACTION i OKAMA j l-'ICJHTS from BENNETTS DAIRY Phone 74 (Eleven years experience in pasteurizing plants.) S Pound Bucket Compound RICHARD ARLEN til ». : • ^ Santa ftlrail Neck Bones, fresh, Ib. 6k I Spare Ri Roast Fresh and Meaty pound Veiil Any C'ut l.b. l»c Stew Pound l r I Hone Dressed 98r i Eruore Dressed 2 u i neiib Ponnd ^sc j rryers pou nd 35c ^ a \j\wmount Qittmc K. C. Shoulder Clod ib. 18',c K. C. Chuck ieef Brisket Bo li4 or Ib. 12k I Ground Beet 1! S Fork tb. Extra Select Swifts, Half or 1*1 |)oun(! Steak K. C. Tenderloin or T-Bon? Ib. 25c K. C. Short Cut or Round Black Hawk Sliced Ik 3 pounds Limit '"• 5 founds ij m jt Coinaly and Jlatince—iO ;uid :\(\\ Niglil—10 ami ;i.n-. '! SATURDAY—One day only i Admbsion 10 and ^x 1 i Outdoor Western I'ictmv— 'Code Of-Honor 1 , Coinotly ; f<V " jComniR — S'.uv.iay -- Home. I rheati-c ~ Xov. > ._ C,,r,r;uV A;'m. Matinee—10 mid JV K ; in "SKCOXll \VIFK-. ; Nijrhl—10 and ;;;,>. I

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