The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 13, 1946 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 13, 1946
Page 7
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FHURSDAY. JUNE 13, 1946 'Y' Day Camp Activities JJLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS [ouths Register ir 'Y' Activities Day Camp to Open .'!\onday in Park, Director .tinnounces leglslralion will be held lomor- '.- and Saturday at the Y. Ci'.y II. for the annual Blythevill e y iy Camp, scheduled }jo open >ndny at Walker Park. Hiss Alice Saliba. who will direct ! program, said today that child- li registering for the - camp will I divided into three age groups to l-et on separate days. For Junior IV- first, second and third grades •>p days arc Fridays from 9:00 •T:30 o'clock, seniof C!-Y child- li—fourUi, fifth and sixth grades Ivill irieet Mondays from 9:00 *o 30 a.m. and the Junior and Sen- Hleli. Wednesday from 9-00 11:30 a.m. Ml groups are requested to reg- er at the "Y", city hall, this ek. \ wide variety of interest and tivitics have been planned for rlicipants In the Summer pro- nii. including such games as deck mis, tether ball, volley ball, ten•', Softball, horse shoes and cro- ct. A part of each day will 1* voted to arts and crafts of var- types; archery and a story ur fot the younger ipoups. All activities and groups will be I 'sely supervised by Miss Saliba I d Finnan Bynum. who will con- ct soinc of tile instruction groups volvjng oldet .boys'.j , , i. n . adde<l schedule of special in- est groups for high school age I utli is being arranged and will announced. These will use both (door and indoor facilities and' will include archery, Instruction' in tennis, dramatics, camera clu'o, .•elementary woodworking,'singing or any other hobby nround which interest may develop. Gubernatorial Aspirant Plans Campaign Tour • LITTLE ROCK, June 13- (UP) — Judge Jnmcs M. Mulone of Lonokk. 1 pliuined today (o carry his campaign for the gubernatorial nominal ion of Arkunsiis into the northwestern nnd western sections of the state with 21 speeches on ix whirlwind loiir next week. Th L > judBe said ho will :nnkc .slops in Pop?, Yell, Logan. Selrasthm. Crawford, Washington, Madison. Benlon, Carroll. Uoone, M-.irio'.i. Baxter,, r/iml, Fiiltqn, Slini-p mitt Independence counties. No Watiing! No Delay! In Arkansas - Missouri Tennessee - Mississippi 4% LOANS On Good Business and Rental Property in Towns of Over 2500 MONEY PAID ON DAY OF APPLICATION IF TITLE IS SATISFACTORY Call or Write Florida Real Estate Loan Co. ANDREW J. FLORIDA, Vicc-Pi-esiik'nt PHONE 210 ! , Mississippi County Bank Building Osceola, Arkansas 1 You Are Looking For •, ,. i- ew Electric Appliances We Can Make Immediate Delivery on Any of the Following Items Hunter Attic Fans - Floor Fans and Oscillating Fans Knapp-Monarch Electric Mixers Eureka Cleaners— Upright and Tank Type Ca/( us for a tree home demonstration. Gem-Dandy Electric Churns Stewart-Warner Radios— Battery ana* Electric We Carry an Excellent Selection of Small Electric Appliances ^ SEE US FOR RECORD PLAYERS Our record departm't has off the latest reared hits Just Received: A Large Shipment of METAL SCOOTERS and TRICYCLES USE C. I. T. EASY TERMS for Appliance Purchases (HAMBLIN APPLIANCE CO Phone 3443 "The Appliance Center of Bl.v.heville" JIM HARDING, Manager 219 West Main St. Bankhead Rites To Be In Alabama Senators Honor Memory of Colleague In National Capitol WASHINGTON, Juil* 13. <UP>_ The body of tivn. John II. nsnk- licnd, IX Ala., will 1» scut by ti'Hln Mlc loduy lor Jasper, Alu., where (uncial services will be roiicluetc'd A 12-mcmuer Scnule-delegation •ill accompany the body. The Senale, however, will be In session 'is It adjourned iti nnnkhead's mew- Pi-y yesterday nnernoou us soon is news of his death was received Uiuiklieuti. who was 13. died at •1:10 EST, yesterday ' In tins -ethcsilii, Md., nnvul hospital of •cerebral thrombosis complicated by imeuinoniu." He was taken to lh«. hospital M,,y a4 ntler he siU- fer»d two luiw itUcks while at- temling „ .<3ennl« BonJiliiK Com. mltlee \\ti\r(n K ^ li'tjisliiUou to extend th c prlco control net. The Uoc and uncle of actress Tuliilluh d «uccumb*d. | lie dlf"l"" S <l< ' l " lH "* lile bll! wtun Ben. .Lister Hill., D,, Ala,. who | announced his colU'ague's dealli to Hie Senate, pj-alsed Bankheacl »s n "uillmit cliuniplon of lha American farmer — ngi [culture's leader Alben W. Borkley, Ky.. oulo. (Sized Uankliend "s "a man at ruasril clumieler. who believed In his slate, believed In the south from which lie came, mul believed In the tut*- Krlty of America which he served." Approxlmntely 4000 product!) iiro mixle from ciinl Inr. •ilii'so products Induct* perfume uiid !Lsi)lrln. Htihlw (Ires for vehicles were Invented In London, in 1876, but. Hie ibllc turned- them down Ou leury Hint "silently moving ll> vehicles were h»Mrdous to " icuis futher, the inle John W. Unnkheml, Sr., served hi [he House i>nd Sen- «t«. mid (hat his brother, William B. Bnukhend. WHS speaker of the House al one time. "N ( j family contributed more 10 »ny xlnle of the union than the BnnhheiKl rtunilv lias contributed to Alibaimi." limkley milled. Mrs. Iliinklu'Hcl uncl their son Walter were at the bedsld e when the lender of the Senate cotlmt to Talk About! PIN-WORM ITCH It IN no Ion iff nfctfti*ry 1o )>ul u\i with the trouble c*u«*l L>Jf l*lli*War«i*I A Mrhly ffftvtlv* way lo i)rnl wHJi thU ugly Infection ha* now hf*n made I'o&ilttt*, 11 is tMuv'L on thtf mcillcully rrvuimlfsi ilnitf kikovrn «n rmllan vluM. TliU Pin-clul ilruif lit lire vita! lnxrcJI<-nl In f-W, tl;# lori«« oUJr. ji^Jjiyne ASon." Thr *fc»H, ftic-lo-tnkc P-W tjibVts net In a ftti«>«Mt w»y to rfhnovf t'iti-Wornm. 89 don't tfcV« c^iMticru wll>i llu> oiii^RrrHiiHlntc ri-ctal Itch -ATi4 oth*t Jl»Ir<^» causi-d by \\\o liunun LnJy. IT you «iui>eft IHii-\Vmin» In your fhlM i>« yourm-K, ^ct tk IMIH; uf JAVHI'S f-W rltrhL nway ni^l follow tiie Yt>ur Rend Courier New* Want Adj. •>!?*>. . Vo v> Watch out for MALAMA! Kill Mosquitoes m. lK- '/; Kill these carriers of dread diselte with cither or both of these proven sprays. •<#*} sr'^fr DcodorliH riy-T*x.. Quirk nclinsf,li»rmlc!5toliun)«ni ciul rmitnats. U«ave3 no odor, R(X SurUc* lni.cllcld«...(5% DOT). Apply to wreriM. walll (iiiJ criliuus. Insects die from oi\c to three liourif nflcr contucl. I.tists for inondig. >iMFtari»< COMf'V Phone 2001 We Deliver HAYS STORE 200 E. Main Blytheville/Ark. Quality Merchandise For Better Values Courteous Service GROCERY VALUES 3 fb. jar CRISCO SHORTENING SARDINES MINCE MEAT VINEGAR TOMATO CATSUP CHIL E WITH BEANS BREAKFAST SAUSAGE TOMATO SOUP APPLE GRAPE JELLY PURE PLUM JAM PEACH PRESERVES TOBACCO White Ribbon 4 Ibs. Tall Can 13c; 2 tor 15 o*. jar Wide Mouth Jar Go/. 34c; case Brooks 14 01. Can Cudahy's I'/7-/b. can Campbell's can Collins 16 ox. jar Blue Star 16 oz. jar Hunts 16 oz. jmr 83c 29< 135 21* Prince Albert can 49* 10* 29* 29* 29* 10* Cairo Beautiet Sour or Dill, gal. Extra Standard No. 2 can ]4c; case Scott County No. 2 can 14c; case First Lady No. 2 can 15c; case Can-D-Lite No. 2 can J3c; case Goidkist No. 2 can 15c; case Boone County No. 2 can 15c; case PICKLES PORK AND BEANS TOMATOES CORN CORN PEAS KRAUT BEANS MILK PEANUT BUTTER LAUNDRY SOAP .-.JHS3-... CUT BEANS PEACHES PRUNES BEANS BEANS Economy Can 7c; case quart Hargis Extra Standard No. 2 can 13c; case Evaporated Ib. Ib. Great Northern 25 Ibs. 2:98 2:98 3:19 3:50 2:98 3:50 3:50 298 55* 32* 298 35* 16* HARDWARE & HOUSEHOLD NEEDS Brass Washboards . . eac h jg c Lard Cans ----..- . bright tin 49c grease Guns, Lincoln or Alemite $3.75 tlecrnc Fencer, Monarch5yr.guar9 95 Lanterns, No. 2 complete $1>5 Household Spray, D.D.T. added, gal T25 rump Pipe, galvanized foot 22c Pump Strainer, 36 in. - - - each $2.95 Wire^pt.hvybarb, 80 rod roll $545 Largeasst Walker Ware Aluminum Ware Kadio Batteries, Eveready 1000 hr 5.95 Ironing Board, complete, pad, cover 4.95 MEN'S & BOYS' WORK'CLOTHES Largest Assortment One Lot Men's Twf Nut Overalls One Lot Boys' Duck Head Overalls One Lot Boys' Tuf Nut Blue Jeans Jtisl Itfci'ivcd a Ur^e shipment Cmmon OBYFftST TOWELS , M , 69' shipment soft Terry Each 15 15 C WASHCLOTHS Hanson .fumlxi DISH CLOTHS Chenille BEDSPREADS Each SJf.95 A good buy COMFORTS Each A large assortment Ladies HANDKERCHIEFS Use our easy (orm layaway plan. $^.95 25' STAR BRAND SHOES Just arrived a large shipment of Men's Rubber Boots Both knee length and hip. Buy while they are available on our Lay-Away Plan. These Prices Good for Friday, Saturday ond Monday, Jun* M, 15,17. Subject to Stock on Hand. We reserve right to limit quantities | ••^^•^•••^•^•^^••••^•••••^•••MH^MBMBBM^MHMBB^B^^^^^^^^^^M^^^^—^I

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