The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 20, 1936 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 20, 1936
Page 3
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1936 Iowa's Middle Class for Landon •'itvH^ mj ^ V|^Wfv->. ; " ' ^T - V ,((sw ~\'t, K.) COURIER NEWS (Continued from Page 1) Ing. Say, first thing \vc know we'll liave fi government that will ba'.ialf Socialistic.and half dictatorslilp. . . But for ail that, a lot of the fann- ers here arc going to vote for Roosevelt. I imagine Roosevelt will I carry Iowa." I Tne tliree otners agreed. Uutj they nil added that Roosevelt was constantly losing ground in Iowa. Election In I)oul-i Ijown at Ames, where the splen-1 did College of Agriculture is locat- | '•ci, one oJ Hie most distinguish.'-! j "Ag" professors, who goes pretty generally about tha state, had this to say: "Wallace truly reflects Ihe mood of tvie intelligent Iowa farmer. This man today is strongly behind tlie farm program. And lie isn't frightened by lh.2 bogey man of increased agricultural Imports. This Wallace-Roosevelt farmer 5203 his problems in terms of uncontrolled weather, uncontrolled prices and uncontrolled surplus. He's been able to solve onlv t'.iis last of the uncontrolled factors that harass him. Somehow or oth-r he believes it is possible to have something to s« r about other two imcomroltables. He is conscious of the necessity of soil con- ssrvation, and again the good earth is beginning (o act as a mystical magnet to pull hj m back to it. He MCS that if he destroys or harms ir.e soil 'no Is destroying his home,' and harming the race." In Des Moines a man who knows "is state from top to bottom to!d me this: "Six months ago Iowa was ••Me for Roosevelt. Now it is in the doubtful column, I would say thai tctlay I'.ie odds for Roosevelt would bs 52 lo 48. Probably two- ttiirds of tlie fanners are for Roosevelt, and in the cilies labor is 80 per cent, or more for him. But the middle-class is turning against him Don't forget that Iowa is predominantly Republican and that it's a decided off year w'nen It goes Democratic. Iowa is anybody's state at present.' 1 At a luncheon I attended in D»s Monies, four of the men present were for Landon and four for Hoossvclt. They were all men of allairs who could talk dispassionately about politics. The coiis-n- EIIS of their opinions was this- Iowa is very doubtful. At present Roosevelt has a slight edge, - - „„„.•Out tnere Is a constant Landon i son of Liftle R «<*. state director drift. The election is still ' ' won in this state.' U "I took a pall of the noon diners SEPTEMBER 3 IS meeting attended the dance In i|loliwred ^ l C H. Weathersby Merges i Osceola Cleaning Plants i i OSCEOLA, Ark.—Osceola Clean- , A .-. ,,,,„.„ ., ;ers am! Dyers, operated by C B ' VLOAS, Nev. (tJP)-Ac'Iv- l"Tinks") Hall, was sold this week ! lty '" Ulc famous old Searchlight . has a slight edg* Landon to be . Ill leave it at that. I'd say it's e, b= st -estimate-a mere human " bein» can get " TOMOKKOW: I,an,, OIl gains Nebraska, but tj, c s(atc is HnoEcvelt's l>a". Community Picnic Planned With Athletic Events and Smging The date for the Walker park playground Jamboree, at which boys and girls from several towns will participate in athletic contests and there will be a fiddlers contest, community singing and a picnic, lias been set for Thursday S"i>- tcmlier 3. The afternoon will be devoted !o contests among members of tlie playgrounds at Osceola. Manila and Blythcvllle. which have been operating this summer under the direction of Miss Clarice Little government supervisor. There will be a picnic suppsr for everyone 'mil following this there will be a program. Mrs. Ida jacl-- son of Little Rock, state director public school music, will conduct the community singing, awards will be made winners of the athletic contests 'and the fiddlers contest «'il] be held. All old fiddlers interested are k.N . "iwi.n.jiL« iue asked to see Mrs. Leo Bomboiaski or Jack: Matheny, at the par k or they may be reached by callino- 708 Hubbard Names Manager j En'triesTrnJ'^ 1!, s ° Lj „„ mi , inr Na,., C I D Mrs ' Jilcl ^son will be in the citv I0r KKVf bales Program'September 2. 3 and 4 and anyone I interested in her work is asked to R. N. Pugh of Memphis will man"Kc the new "budget, department," of tlie Hubbard Tire and Ball-ry company in which , he ]om| ^ will i sc a new merchandising plan m se ln,g Seiberling tires. P irehminary arrangemenl..; f or installing the new systfim have °' b ^ n completed this week by Mr Pi.^h and R. M. Brooks, district 'supe° visor for the Seiberling company. Mr. Pugh has had several years experience with the merchandising plan in Memphis. He will brinl Ins family here in a short time to make their home. Singing Convention Will Meet at Denton There will be a full day of singing under (he auspices of the Pem- ircot Singing Convention at the Full Gospel church at Denlon Mo on Sunday, August 23. it has'been announced by R. E. L. Smith, pros" ident of the convention. contact Mrs. Bomboiaski or Miss Little. Hold Sales Class For Chevrolet Employes M. N. Keith, to C. H. Weaihersby, owner of Weathcrsbj's Cleaners. Mr. Weathersby, who originally owned the Oseeola Cleaners, sold lo Mr. Hall almost two years ago. but recently went into business again in the Driver-Pullen block on Highway 61. Machinery and other equipment owned by Mr. Hall will be dismantled and traded In for new and up-to-date machinery for the enlarged establishment at Weathersby's present. location', he stated He will change the firm lo the original—Osceola tcday. name Cleaners. . Mr. Hall has accepted a position with the sales staff of C. B. Wood Motor company. Schenley Dealers Attend Meeting at Hotel Noble- mining district in the southci'ii end of Clark County, Nevada, has revived. A 150-ton mill Is refriml- Ing and (renting tailings • from the old Quartette mill, .imonij other operations. Stop Chi'is and Fever! Rid Your System of Malaria! Shivering with •chills one moment ami burning willi Fever the m>\l—Dial's one of the effects'of Malaria. Unless checked, tlie disease will do serious barm lo your Lcallli. Malaria, a Wood infection, calll for two things. First, destroying (he infection in the blood. Second, buildin" tip Ihc blood lo overcome (he effects of the disease and to fotlify against further both lhc.=e effects. Il contains laEtcltsa quinine, which kills the infection in llic blood, and ircri, which enriches and builds up. the blood. Chllh and fever soon slop and you arc restored to lieallli and comfort. For half a ccnturv, Grave's Taslelcss Chill Tonic has bcensmc relief for Malaria. It is Jim as u-cful, too/as a general tonic For old and young. Pleasant to lake and absolutely harmless Safe to ITll'B r-VlIMrnn '.' ^->_«. - I. _ • i I . . . Noble Tuesday night. Those present included George Lewis,- district supervisor, and Louis Muss, sales representative of Che Sclien- ley company, George Hastings, manager, and J. A. Sherry, Northeast Arkansas sales representative . ...,—-;,- ' ......... ,.^. ojic m of the'Moon Distributing com-i 8 ' ve v, ' Get a bollle at »">'dru 3 pany ill Little Rock 1, °." "° w . lwo sizes—SOc and ?l. TK« The group had dinner In the ?i *'? conlams 2 ^ times as much as ih, main dining room and after the 50c S ^ e aild eivcs >' du 25 % m °" f« "" e '""in ana alter the 1 ynur money. . Why Gulf is the Gas for August zone manager, } ^ . , and John Cox, district sales manager, conducted a sales class In tlie Blue Room of the Hotel Noble this morning for all members 01 (lie sales department of the lorn Little Chevrolet company. At noon approximately 20 Chevrolet employes were served hmcheon in the Blue Room. EI.I:CTRIC~T'ACETVLKNE~ WELDING AT BEST PRICES PROMPT SERVICE Barksdalc Mfg. Co. PHONE 19 >? -~^^w^^Mi^^^M^H Gin with Sternberg GINNING AT HALF-PRICE "I 1^* Per Hundred -LOG For Ginning Pair Prices for Cotton <£ Seed Better Sample Better Turnout Honest Weights Try Us With Your Next Bale Sternberg Cotton Co. WHY NOT IEAT AUGUST HIAT by driving someplace for a swim? And if you want to keep your gas bills down, don't forger you need a fuel with a for- wise your gas doesn't burn completely— part of it escapes ihrough the exhaust HnbtmicJ, wasted. Stick to That Good Gulf in August-it's "Kept in Step with the Calendar"— specially rcfmcd for summer driving. All of 'I S<>" to tivrl, rime of it goes to ituslc. Try Gulf an J sec! THAT £2^«^r PAGE THREE KROGERs WGGLY W1GGLY STORES PKICKS.FOK FRIDAY and SATURDAY Country Club 22 oz. Loaf Sliced or Regular 2 for 15c ^^^m^mmmmm Pears For Prcsorviiii 1 ; lliislii'l 588 Si'/.o Sour, Juicy Potatoes No. 1 Itcil Triumph I'(i mill Grapes Kiincy •Sued less ^^^^^^^^••B J^^BHBHHMi^B^^B J Peaches Fancy Elbcrfn iinshel Lettuce Large Crisp Head;* ICach I O| Tomatoes Fresh I'utinil Kl'tKll Kn'i;lish I'ouncl I'iFc HiKiv ' y l> ( liar D SPAGHETTI I! ;fS 25° RINSO N°-2t:anirC a for If) SYRUP .leffrcv's TWINKLE Asst. Flavors U mOA.NS No. 2 ire i Can. 2 for It) COFFEE M ,,, F Jewel AfiC ;i-l,]>. H:IK fit/ I'YuiK'h i; ISTfV A Jt'JLLI e. Motl's 1AC 12-0/.. Jin- ID Sm. Can 3 FLY SPRAY Tri Zt 23 G BIRD GRAVES RINSO Smiill Si/.c i/.c o(! Hkir.'.O BIRD SEED Fr -t 13° Jeffrey's . 10-Mi. Cnn Welch's Grape Juice Pineapple Avnnthilc Slii'cd Can 17c Ginger Ale Iiiilonia Cltil) 2-1-0/. lioltle .'I for Sodawater Hocky River 2'1-Ox. Koltle .'I for,. -iirvc Si/.e I) for iiiin, Us. 47c .!>. C';trl«n FLWR Mttle Kinf 2.1-Lli. Sack ;.'; 7!>c •18-1J). Sack Sl.ri5. Pure Cane 10Lbs:53c '.PD «««' Sweet rC !£& l.b. 3 CELERY """" ' : a 9| : GRAPES ..S'SLc Iff for VfilTC J " i( '>' Cillif - 1 Q (; Do/.. U NAVY BEANS M,. 5° lilno Huso ri: ],b. 3 PRUNES ftled. Sixc r( u>. 3 MATCHES 'riL 8 l(l c 2|/ 2 Can 2 for MOPS Special VINEGAR liulk Gallon SALMON Chum Tal!'Can Wcsco 2-1,1). Box C. C. & BEANS C. C. No. 1 Can BROOMS Special Round, F.oin Pound 35c THE BEST BEEF IN TOWN ^ "C. Q." WEANS CONTROLLED QUALITY ROAST Kuncy Chuck. I,b. LAMB Genuine Hind Spring Quarter Ib. Fore Quarter Ib. liesl Compound Pound Bacon Suyar Cured Slices Pound Fresh Full Dressed. Pound v ±'Pattieslb.30c SALT PORK LIVER an a 12 PORK CHOPS cSf«,25 c Fresh Ground Beef Pound . . . 15c- Sliced Cured Ham Pound . . . 39c c. c. Ron one PORK SAUSAGE.. 15° NECK BONES F u sh 6 Ib. 17!c Roast Pound Stew

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