The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 1, 1934 · Page 3
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Publication:
Location:
Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Friday, June 1, 1934
Page:
Page 3
Start Free Trial
Cancel

, JUNE 1, 1934 •LTTHI71LIA Cat.} 1 COUJHB1 flffiMl World Pulls for Quintuplets in Fight for Life r^?.» o VQ PIGGLY WIGGLY Prices far Pric/air and S STOME V/itli the world tensely watchiny, the? mo'.her isnd her c|i]liH'jpleU shown above lire waging a jxlliiiit fiyht for life in their'los eabi:i home at Cornell, OIH., where the- five cinldien wer? turn lo Mr*. Oljva Dionne, 24. wife of lirnc-st Dionm 1 . 31-yeur-oM Canadian fanner. Physicians hud declared thnt it wcuUI be a near-miracle if tlicy lived n clay, tut Ihsy hav? gained siradily nndtr the devoted care of the village doctor mid nurses. Coinhlncd weighi of the miinii't fu birth was 13 poimdj G uimcc-s. They have teen named Cccile, Yvonne. Emity. Annette and M;:rie. At ri^hl Ls .shov;n the falhc-r, with five of the six children b:rn previously lo the IXonr.rs—Paulino, 1, on his lap; Daniel. 2; Enie.sl. 1; Tlv.rMC. 5; imd now. ti. Stage Calls Kidnap Vic.liin ^ ^^jJ^L- ...'.V: ^ ,\l k-V- ^ S I %«$<• m ??•?. u:U ti,*;i :-, m^m'ZM : Province Makes Real T'* I 7 (IT1 1* J > : risjcrman s raradtsc ! of Victoria. Peterborough an • NorthiMnterjaiKl counties, cnsir iny gn<xl fisiiiiig for ye^ts to com 'x^ The PLTERBOROUGH. Out. IUP)— , , , ^ Fish and Game beiiariineiil VJUartl your of Ontario is [iiiikins the distriet Health ""^ cf Peterborough a '•fishennan's ./i \-^ it !'n;-adlse" ' W i th ."*i ^ 'rile Department, is placing near- ^ ly 5.050.000 pickerel fry .ind 605,- ^ • C inn ikr.lon^e fry in the waters « % '^Lf—-' Kll-t riiES,>.ioraunois AND OfHER • >, "SL**-*k. •* * T. *•. The face that gazrd nt ynu tcncnth hentllincs of .the Tucson ki'l- nuping may be smiling from billboards soon, if the parents of C-year-o:d June Robles accept the ten-week stage contract reported offered for June's appearance. Here's June in a new p;c- U're, dresfcd up and. smiling, apparently none the worse for tier 19 da\s' imprisonment by kidnapers near her Tucson. Ariz., noin* 1 . HI\AH, POP! Hew York Town Seeks Horse Drawn Street Car ROCHESTER. N. Y. (UP) - V/anted: An nneient horse-drawn street rar—vintage of 1884. The antique 15 xvanted by offi- eials of the Rochester centennial Exhibition, who need the vehicle to ra dramatic sjicctacle. "Pathways of Progress." to be staged i. August in connection with lh<' city'a lOGlh anniversary cclebra- No Feuiulence ol .. similar vehicle could be found in the city and nn appeal wns made throughout, the country lo save the ccielira- tion. TROUSERS FOR SUMMER • Poplin* fiffi ' W i All i:ool an:l comfortable, tori-otlly stylod a n (I tiiiloreii. Hundreds n;' I'.MltS 111 .SL'IOfl t'lT.IU. V ";-^te- - : ^ >;'•/'!' ^^ ,-^ I.eatls Crippled CHiidren MONTREAL (UPI — Paul H. K:ii^. 01 Uouoil, is the new president of Iho International Society for Crippled Children. He was elected at the Society's aiui'al convention lice.- to succeed E. l-\ "Uaddy" Allen. The next convention of the society will be in Budapest in 1935, it was announced. I.:n-ry Kiench, stnr snnlliiiaw nf [he I'irales, lia't a tout;'! litii' 1 [;ctlilis stalled lliis >+*;!]•, ,TUC! li* 1 . heard pleaty about liis I'Lirliing inilures from llto vouiiRO^t inoinlier nf the family. Larry, Jr. Hut when TX\ddy Ficnch slarlcil winning. Junior was the first to congratulate him. The younsiler is shown shove clirei-in<; hn pop via long iH-l.liue ill*" • 'iiiory III Miilly. Head Courier News Wnnl Ada. NON-SKID SPOT PAD TUUSSHS th.' iviffci »ni;|.ire I!oldL-n>l SEE OUR FITTER NOW Consultation aim Advice Free. i vve have a special type for you' I rupture! "I Kobinsdn Druir Co., Inc. I Railroad * Sliin SI. .95 WASH PANTS. $1.50 $1.95 Dark Woolen Pants 25%Off SHOES While-. Wliito and Tan, While ami Black ami Two-Tone Tan shoes in regular ami perforated styles. S5 Shot's Sli Shoes SS.filt Shoes SI n Shoes $3.95 $4.95 $8.95'.$7^5 Si/r-i o In II ','2 - - - A A In K. HA\NES MENS SHOP ORANGES Fancy California, Valencias Medium Jize, Dozen Lemons ;iriH' Si/i- Doyen Kilie 2 for B3EE..-J,SI I'inc (JivmiliU In Paper l(:it Ml I'tiiincls Conn!ry (In!) 1.HU.'2V, Can Kadi :^ag. 1 mTH*~WTTrriv£T c Ti'S : Ji i • i. • ***^**~-^*f-f~^*^^*^**^^im*mBM^imi^fm^^^^^mfmf^^^nBKJ NewPotatoes^2c Sl'JMNC imOOIC, l'iii:inl COUNTKY CI.Ul), I'nnmt 25' Avondale I.KO. 2'/, Can Heavy Syru;> , K;uh Qualify No. 2 Can :f fur Ytiluw Kijie COSN j^^ APPLES J":iu: MM^^L ^I'A(;»K'JTI Ki-iinfo-Anier. k. • •! f'...,.. CNps,^'^:^ ""MATOFS-^^K 1 ? O.JVI Pink or Churn 11C i.7?Mmil hurn 11 lil'KS Junilio 1AC nilm 1 AC I'.ach 11)' Tender ander CC I,!;. 3 CABBAGE Nw (; r F>l ATI/ ISKHUIKS NO. 'i ire hLAlh .Can. 2 far ID W Avnndale Ni:. 2'/ z C;m "'."' ••••w—"*-*a^y-'CTt TT' 1 <J Powder I-l,li. Can \Yilh (ih'ss lih-riiit I'liile Lipton Tea 14 Lb. - - 19c l-2Lb.--E7c «l'n||-v Clllll All Ci-i'C'i No. '>. CV.n KH33I 3-Lb. Can 38c' fiJI) f«U) "fiO/, l> l^Lr. IjtiH ULO ^ni liiice ! H' 'fggcai'-^^'^^^ Hmnko^-Lb.Carton ... 3?c lfuRiko,8"Lb.-Carion...fiOc Fvap. Milk Carnation P ^n-n Q« *J5. Odfl " dt Lge, Can-Gc Cream Meal 24-Lb. Sack Lach 4dc 1.2-1 liis S.'ie; -IS l.i.s Sl.(J:"i VIFIVNA~ SAIISA(;K K*- 1 "Iti'lliif*. Aniln.'\vs. Can t/ .lewd, 1 1.1). - - 2?, BREAD ^Ti MARn <s -" )(: L l^rlllLf l-iii i cln - 7(Lin - :>iv FLYSPKAY '"•"::!;, 23 (: CAKE Anwl ' (JtNfigB ALE 2 !:."';- 10 l PC1T6D MEAT C L 5 C Mi. FRESH BREAD ' Picnics -..^««-^.-^:i arW^**lfc*^nc: J*+X& J \\'i-fO'-ci I'nurcl '2 s I'i-i.K Kiii. IOC •nun! - - Id . 10 C lin.-kil. »l'..-.n,l - ike 1 I'diiml HB5ES3KaiE£FuK r £S57~I?rr'' CKNUIXK sruixt; I.Kr.'!--. •ore La i'onprl >^U^JLu^B\ji^isu.v I,c:in an:! .Vcatv I'min:! ^ciAV?l^tuU^ L M^nk^Ml^c.vr-i7A«i£kCKrl.'*^MUti For Hoilirj; I'diirn! ?if iver" icniiine 'on ml Swift Oiv Sli-,1 Ifi r ft- I SPRING CHI l-v^JJ^^Jfe&^iVaVkUAMgt StK^iCrv: Fresh Full Dressed pound 37c

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free