The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 20, 1936 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.). iSteele-Cooter "Society —Personal Foreign Legion Aids Rebels' Madrid Push Mr-and Mrs Jj B. Coiner, \Uio h»v* been rioting rri»tl\e* here tot •tar** 1 weeks, left Tuesday for their borne-In Rilelgh, N. C. Mr^ and ,Mrs George W Coolc have returned frort i visit uith relatives' in Alabama. Mji John Andcrton of Laurel, 'Miss> has ftrrjved for an extended .visit* In thc r ;iomes of Iier parents; Mr.i'and Mrs "T. -C. Beaslcy, nnd flster, Mrs Mil Sims Mlc'nle She •was accompanied here' by her cousin, Miss 'Margaret Collins, who is •visiting here this week Victor : Mallory ; \vas laken to the BlytijeviUc hospital Tuesday after- EOOiU'fo undergo an operation for removal of his appendix Miss Slna Duggar of Stratford Olcli!; i Is visiting friends In this city this week' Miss Marj Martha chimbeis ol 'Memphis was the guest of her f«: ther," J B Chambers, our the •»cekei\d •Douglas Ciird-of Memphis spcnl the fpast weekend here as guest ol his sister, Mrs 1 D C PafTord, nnd family. Mrs. T. S. Cooper, wlK),undcrwcnl a jpa I or operation in the Memphis McUwdlst hospital Monday, Is resl- Ing^jfellaand Is to.bg returned lo lier^'ome In Ihe near 'future. Misk Martha 'McFaddcii has returned to her home in Kennett after"^ visit here as guest, of Miss Kutli Harper M»s. Gerald Brooks 'ins returned iroig a visit .In, Jgujjc Hill with Mrs. R. R. Marshall has rcliirri- *d from vlsits'«ith her sister at St. ,' Louis and brother at Jefferson City. ' * Rilph Capps- has spent the pnst tw9j»eekt here substituting as priu- " cipal. pf the' grade school during Uw»»bw3jce''or, OUle Storey, who •waJs^atteadlHf national guard en- campmerA Mr Capps e\i>ects lo return to fits home at Hloomfield toifflprrou ^jfs, yioyd Wogster is substituting^ home economics leacher at Cooler high school until another teacher can be obtained •Mrs. Dclla.,White and dnug'hlcr, Imflgene, of Memphis, arc guests oljir. and Mrs. Grovcr Clark nnd other relatives. Mrs Dan Portts Jr, lia 1 , returned tocher liorue in Lepnnto, Ark., af- ter'n vlslt'hcrc Kiln her parents Mfr ; and Mrs.:'A.;.\V. Jordan. N/tKoury and son, Phillip, have returned from a ; business trip to St\ Louis ' Mr and Mrs W I Mnllory ol new Hast! were here Monday ant Tijaday at the bedside o[ tlicir son--Victor Mallorj, \\i\o was'ti «n;jto the Blythevllle hospital, wj apBendicllls Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Pi S' Payne*-'Is.-visiting Iriehds and relatives In St. Louis Mrs. Muschell Hamra nccompah- ied{jher sister, Mrs T c. Lewis jr ofjHajti, to a hospital. In St. Louis Sitadav Mis Lewis "underwent .it TnJlbr operation Monday morning BAfere iier marriage Mrs. Lewis .was-Miss Charlliie (Chcme) llow- aiaj.of this city. Mrs C D Travis has returned tocher home in Marslon afler a •viiij with relalives in Cooler, w.ille there she was under U'catment for a iadly infected leg Her condi- 1lor\ Kas 'lot much better when she lefj; here Mrs WJllle Grau has relumed 'home after spending (he summer at^VLUme^iiurE, 1 ' summer home of Mr.^and Mrs. H.'E. Dherner in tile Ozarks. Utr. and Mrs. Earl Hiuson havJ returned to lac? home in Lexing- tort'Tenn, atler a neck's visit here •nlh relatives Miss Elsie Riggs of Lake City, Ark", is E usst of friends here this ills. Geneva Baer and son, Bll- he, of St Lodis, are guests ol Mrs. Baer's mother, Mrs.- Susie Brooks, and other relatives for two weeks. Mrs Birdie LaPalge has relumed to ner home in Memphis aflcr a \l£lt here with her daughter,' Mrs. H ,.B. Spence, and family. Mr. and Mrs Balph Barnelt arc reojicin^ over the arrival of an 8- pound son at their home in Coo- t«r. He has been given the name of Ralph Dse Before her marriage, Mrs Barnett was 'Miss Pau- nne, Blackburn of cooler. Mr and Mrs H B Spenre nnd children, Herosr t and Birtle Mc- Brlde, and Mrs H A Spence spent Sunday at Hamsburg, Ark-, a the guests of Mr. asd Mrs 1 'M. Grcer. Miss Helen Moore has retuni°d to her homo in Porlageville after a visit here as guest of Miss Imo- Sene;_Holkinteclc. Mrs Ora Baker of Dyerspurr . Term, is visiting friends and relatives here Miss Gladys Vinson and children . of Memphis spent last weekend h^re with ilr and Mrs Ivan Ennis - r , Mrs Buddie, Wright and children who have, geen spending : the summer in Detroit, have gone to New ty for a visit brother. , _. -' lelt Wednesdav ror Detroit, where she will be employed through ths fall. Mr and Mrs Max L Kelley liavt refurned from Memphis where Mrs Kdlley underwent treatment from throat specialist • Miss AUene" Williams hns returned from a visit'with relatives a Maury City, Tcnn. Mr and Mrs Hobert Alexander have returned to their home in Ty ronza Ark, after a visit hefe milt relatives Swarthy veterans of mnny cnmpnigns i,, Morocco, (he.se Spanish forel B n legionnaire,, now on ihc Spanish mainland In llio rebel army' u.uler cicncrnl Francisco prnoncr, captured In a.Ueks on government fa,,, near SevlHe. BoUlicr*. who are deadly snipers, lo help n .1,11.1" Franco, are se „ I ln B l, !! ,° near SevlHe. Franco has depended hea vlv „ turn the tide ol crucial l.illles in the drive cm Madrid It is a custom of Ihe leglonnal.es, when M, cy get mto the ll,lck of a battle, lo discard uniform coats nnd n 8 nt naked fromltlio wnlst up. exposing wildly tnttoocd arms and chests, '"' --.^ Ketser News Notes Miss Irene Catledgc, w'no Is In training nt Melhodlst liosplbl. Memphis, Is at home on Iier vnca- tlon. Mrs. Allon Hnll Is visiting friends nnd relatives nt Lake City. Mr. ami Mrs. W. O. Chllcls were week end guests-of Mr. and Mrs. Otto ICoehler at DM. Miss Doris Fisher, who spent t'oe summer.with her piirmts at Kiui- kakce, III., hn s returned to lire home of Mrs. w. W. Watson to resume her studies , nt the Kclser sc'hcol. H. L. Auchliii hns ncccptcd a po- £l(Ion , with (ho Stniidtird Oil lill- ing stnlluu. He will l» in clnrgc of the slnllon. . Mrs. J. II. walls hns rclurncd from n week's visit In Pmilotoc, Miss., wliere she 'hns been to help nurse Miss Frhiice;; Wood, who Is seriously. Ill there. vMcrrlUj polk left early.,Tiiertay W! r nlng v tor stultgnrl. Mrs. Polk :«,'ilhl«lurj&wlth him 'and 'they expect to mnkc Keiser (heir home. .:• Jimmie qoodriclv left.Monday :for Hot Springs with Mr. and Mrs. S. L. .plndlsh of Osceola. • Mr. and Mrs. w. 0. Mason spent t'neir vncnllon nt MadkonvIIIc, Tcnn., the |>asl week] Miss Martlra M 6ULKPRAY HE ALWAYt C£TM/S BUG I Mason returned with them nnd will vlsll for' several weeks In Kslser nnd Osceoln. •Mrs. Davltl Gates, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Qite and son Jnck of Lonoke, were guests Thursday ot L I, Gates. Mrs. S. 11. 'Shell and dtuig'nlcr Nancy Nell, of Arinorcl, spent thi> week with Mr. nnd Mrs. B. U, Moore. Claude Woods, formerly of Lc- panto, 1ms opened a rcstnurnnt in the building also occupied by the KeLser Beauty parlor. . • Drs. Wert & Wert OPTOMETRISTS Over Joe Jsaacs' Btor* •TVS MAKF •«!« ser- Phono B40 we've KNOCKED EM MO MORE TO RIS6 Paunches |6K-c«nii!ls contain numerous, side, pocVcts v,-ith nar ro»- openings. Witch can be clos «d by cucular muscles. Theie be eonrf*nifed , ? «h, n . absorbed Into the I needed. , J ..•"",' 1 system n RITE PRICE G?,0. &MKT. Ill K. Main I'hpnc'.231 Ws Deliver SiR'diils For Friday and Saturday, Aug. 21 • arid' 2? "Hite 1'riccH Eycry Day On'Any-lhinj? You Say" Vc;i(l I'rlcrs AdvanciuB Steadily—IVo Arc Olfcrinu Special l,tw I'rii-ra On All Cnliunl Roils ;nid Sliiplc Alc-rcliamlisc ThU Weok-- 20c 2'Jc PORK VST v or : " K. . From C. Shoulders. Fancy Pound VKA1, STKAKS I'/xfra Fcv. ,, W l,b. ut7, HOILK!) HAM Swift's. Sliced. ,,,.49° BACON, Hindh'ss. Pcy. Sliced SALT MEAT Jioiling 12i/;c; Host CKKAM I'oinul CUEBSE 24 C Gf{.\I'E Seedless, KKU1T Juicy. 71C Knch I 2 GROUND BEEF Pure. Best for Meat I. oaf, Hamburgers.. t 10 1C IJ>. .J.U2 BEEF MASTS G«(Ml Grade K. C. Brisket, Ib ll) t Chad;, 11) 1'ic; Rolled Rib Ib 22'/ 2 TOMATOES,. Ripe Tcnn. Fresh Lh. HKLL Fresh, I'EITEKS Green. 1,1). W I.E'ITCE, l.gc. Crisp Heads. Firm Each AI>IMJ:S, New Cro] u,.4 ( ONMONS, New Small. Crop ORANGES, Juicy Cal.lfTC Thin Skin. I)oz. : lti FLOUR atitl moths never come hick lo life after a shot of Gulfspr.iy. Absolutely stainless. MilJ, pleasant odon At neighborhood and ilcpt. storcsorGoodGuU dealers: 49c pint; Gylfspmu GULFSPRAY INSECTKILLER Gold Medal, 20-Lb. Sack ••.'.:..• !)5c Madam Queen, 2.1-Lh: Sack (BUr Maple Leaf. 2-l-Lb. Sack . ..'.' 8Sf Ccrlilied. 2 i-Lb. Sack ' 9Sc \Vhilc\vatcr Rose, 2-l-J,l>. Sk. !)Sc Jiyjlic Barrel or l.argc'Sacks Cheaper!'' Key. U. S. No. I Sel. Triumph CTC 1'inmri 'Ic: I'eck 33 PURR t UllL; OLEO, Lilly 20,1)^ Limit. Dried 7-Oz. I Lbs. (i5c; 8 l,bs. Si.20 J5-LI). Can S3.G5; Bfl-tJb .Can 36.05 BUTTER,: Creamery' OftC L, 15' Slicccl Glass BEE CAiN'DY, Cherry Cliocnlate. t-Lb. Box Monogram. ery' OftC Lb. ut» Super Suds, New Con-IIC - cculratcd...2 ; 10c pkgs.II, SYKUP, T'urc Cane OHC Gal. .f!)c; '/ 2 Gal. Li - TOMATO PASTE TC 2 Cans D PORK & BEANS TC lO'/i-Ox. Can J TOMATOES, ore Case Sl.iin; 3 Cans £•) •PEACHES, Table ITO Case $.1.10; Li;e. Can J.J TOMATO JUICE re Can 0. BEANS. Blytheville Oft Case V S1.9'5; 3 Cans t& PEAS, Am. Wonder 1AC Gise S2.;!5; Can lU CHUM SALMON jftC Doz. SI. 15; Lb. Can 10 COTTON PICK SACKS Oz. Duck, 2i) In. Width 'Vi FL 70c; « V(. (ilk; .1^ WAGON SHEETS S Oz. Duck, I'l. 83c; iy : V(. 70c; Kxtra Heavy 10 Ft. x 13 Ft. S3.73; • Oil Trcaloii 11 F(. x 15 F(. LIBERTY CASH LOWKST I'KICKS IN TOWN - '..'... ;,,., SPECtALg-'FOB ; FBIDAY ANp'sATURIUY Mary Jane Plain or Sell Rising Guaranteed 10 Lb. Sack 3k 20 Lb. Sack 61c 4S Lb. Sack : '.„ $1.45 Barrel ., 55,70 Tomatoes Red !{i|jc 5c ButterBeans S Greens "B" 3c Lemons Sour, .[nicy 15c Grape Juice ; 16c 3 ! c Fresh Pound Bell Peppers, Each Ic Peaches , B ^« 14c Vinegar Gallon 22c Catsup Ruby Oz; Btllllo lOc us Uillsdaic l.ge. 2\/2 Can 23c Calf Liver l-'rcsh Pound 2Sc Salt Meat H«sf Grade I'diiud Beef Steak Choice Cuts Pound 25c Spring Lamb Fancy Slicccl 1'on ml Full Dri'sscd I'ound Werners-Franks Ib. 17k; Bacon S "H" 33c Beef Roast K. C. liter CHUCK, I,li. ... THICK KIB, U,. . Vanila Wafers » 15c Graham Crackers^lOc Crackers Shibley's B?st Plain or Self Rising Guaranteed 5 Lb. Sack . 19c -12 Lb. Sack 4Sc 24 Ib. Sack ...J 82c 48 Lb. Sack $1.60 Barrel .', $6.25 MffiPS S """ M 9 C JAR TOPS n.«,,19 c JAR RINGS Dozen ER dab- her Girl. 2-1,b. Can STRING BRAINS, "a. 1 8 C n c» 10° ••FLAKES Pkg.' 12 DOG FOOD rc Can tl. • DOG FOOD v "f%"^ . Can. 'J •PCTTED MEAT^c... 5' HENNA SAUSAGE Can MACARONI Short Cut £C Lb. TOMATO "^£^5° MATCHES """^ :3 C : MILK ""'S' ( :»7 C CORN K "2* 2 c,,,lf fiRAPF PRUIT JU!CK ' Ullm E* .Garth's. Can J LYE Railroad W Can 0 Scminolc '1 Rolls i Hesl Cream 2-I-Lh. Sack J Can SNOW DKJFT "K-. 5C t; SNOW DRIFT SSIJO HUMRO . 1 . ij , :cln .55 c MUSTARD Quart 10 C APPLE BUTTER Qi .13 c CKRA Krcsh Lb. Libby's I ,.i;c. Can APRICOTS 2 1 /, Can Protess LI). I'- & (;. Giant G Hars Cr.vs(;i| While Vhile • OCC fi liars L-J BIRD. SEED Dur Js 9 C VEAL CHOPS 'Th. 15 IMR CHEESE u,.25 c PIG LIVER F '- csl y,1 BOLOGNA 101C Lb. 16 2 Pure Poi'k 1TC Lb. l-J SAUSAGE ""_"',> If RACWJ SKINS' 1C Life Utio.v V (J( liar U RUTABAGAS ^i"'3^ APPLES Conkil \, 5 C PEACHES Eva p. 101C Lb. lii 2 JIULIA DQ-/.CH BREAD Big Boy Loaf TUNAFBH Van Camp Can ir Sweet nt <; QuaH 4ri SALT Square linx 2 C IX " SUGAR Pure Cnnc Granulated F'YTRAPT Viinilla: IfjC VAAH/H/j 8 . 0z . Nome LJ —•••••••KRVnKKBHWaBMWW 1 Lb. Box Brown Sugar ,07c J Lb- Box Powdered Sugar .07c 10 Lb.' Paper Bag Sugar .. ,53c '25-Lb.' Gloth Sack Sugar $1.39

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