The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 8, 1939 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 8, 1939
Page 3
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^THURSDAY, JUNES, 1939 ^ .(ARK.)',COURIER. NEWS • Coot Hopsaciing Fabric • Bright Roman Stripes • Clever New fr/mj An exceptional saving in time for VACATIONS \ Brilliant mulli-colorcd stripes! Whites with embroidered trims! Flattering draped toes. Naturally, you'll want more than one pair, Luxury Sheet! Lav/ Sale! Silk Regularly C9c a pv, 54c Buy enough for all summer while this sale lasts! Sheer _jill sill 3 threads, \yith a '- sturdy Imercej-jzeJ .toe covered w ,th fragile looimp silk! In newest,shades. TeiteJ io VVosA 231 Times , Sato! I,oitj£w<>ai's Greatly Rejacetll 67c Hotels buy these sheets by lha hundreds, they wear so '7elll tmow-white muslin. 81x99 in .A^'/~p I Regularly S9 C Fluffy ruffle cottons with boleros or- petticoat shirts Or- •t'Endy. Dimity. Siscs -2 to 14 Sale! Men's §SiiHs 9 Stock up for the season now and save.' Cotton broadcloth shorts—regular 19c values! Colorfastl Sale! lOc Wash Tics .... Biiy a dozen at this sate price! Smart summer patterns and colors! Well made! Knot better!.,.... S»I«! 18x36 Cannon Towels. Gay plaids or cool pastels. 'Regulaffy "sc. .""I 0 . Sale! 3 lor lo« Wash Cloths . Real savings at \Vards! Thick, fluffy • , t terry m soft pastels. IIxIl in.. (or Sale! I7c IMiuiaclo Prints. . m Sale! !.!)« Work Shoes . . . rY^oi 0 ' Husl ^ y b i ack elk finishcd Bather shocsl EXTRA wear m the strong leather soles. Q-12... Sale! 15« anil lOc Anklet. . SAVE! Gay blazer stripes I Saucy cutfs. Solid colors, too. Lasfcx fops. 6% to 10!4... '.i ltrn., '.l~n: Sale! 15c Men's Soeksj . . . Save cx(ra/ Cool .white rayon with embroidered colored clocks. Double soles. Cotton tops and feet. Sale! 39c Pure Silk Briefs . Each one with the International Silk Guild label! Run proof novelty mesh. •; days only! Women's.. •106 •W. Main ,S(. WARD Pfione 670 .anlnp Points Oul dependence Of Farmers, ' Industrial Group The interdependence of fnvmei-, and oilier groups of industry Is graphically shown In figures coin- piled by the Agricultural Adjustment Administration showing the uihiltonshli) between the income of fanners aim the automobile Industry, nccovdiiiR lo D. s. Lnntrlp county ngenl of North Mississippi County. H is a known facL'Mr. Lnnlrlp aild, that when farm Income is up (lie farmer buys more goods and tlml Is true of automobiles, (nicks nnd gasoline and In turn the industry buys more farm goods needed In tile manufacture of automobiles. In Arkansas the chief farm products purchased by Hie nuto- mob)le Industry In the mnnufac- ture of cars arc cotton nnd lumbei In 1937 the automobile Industry used 032.C80 bales of cotton. Sale of new cars Is affecle? Inrgcly by formers 1 Income. In 1932 new passenger ear registrations in Arkansas amounted to 703>i when the casli receipts from principal fnrm products totaled $17904,000. in 1037 new car registrations were 19,133 (more thtm don We) and farm income was S136 - 53B,000. ' Farmers use large numbers of Irucks. Trucks moved more than half of the fruit and vegetable tonnage in the northwest and niore than one-fourth In the south In Arkansas 27.0 per cent of nil Irucks registered are on farms, in 1932, 405 of Die 1,407 new tnicks were purchased by formers. In 1937, 2,991 of the 10,830 new trucks purchased were bought by farmers and in 1938, 1,031 of the 5,009 new trucks were bought by fanners. Nat»ml!j', Mr. Lontrlp said, when more cars nnd trucks are bought more gasoline is bought, in 1932, 1H.Q31 gallons of gasoline were sold In Arkansas while 1G4.146.00Q gallons were sold In 1937 nnd 1701- 083,000'gallons were sold In 1938. In tlie final analysis of payrolls Mr. Laritrip said the report shows that from 1932 to 1D37 when farm cash income was- rising onto production and the auto factory payrolls rose steadily. Farm Income In 1937 almost doubled the $4 328 000000 of 1932 while the weekly'fac- tory payrolls of nulo workers tripled the 1832 flEiires. Both declined from 1937 to 1938. Tol and T,ili On, Not Tn, Conrl FEVER! Take This Grand Medicine for Malaria Don't suffer like a dog! t The minute you .feel a Malarial chill or fever coming on, start taking Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic, i his good, old medicine will soon bring relief. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic con, tains tasteless quinidine and iron It relieves chills and fever duo lo Malarin and also tends io build you up. That s the double effect you want. The next lime you suffer an ailack of Malaria, Iry Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. This is no new-fangled or untried preparation, tful a medicine of known merit. It's pleasant to take ns well as effective. AIIdrugsioressellGrove'sTaslelcss Chill Tonic. Buy the large size—gives von much more for your money. i-*t."BLJSi KR 0 GE R PrCGtY WltfGlY |»«Eri ims'i'to'iiii' ,„„ BUy ,, r Krojw JuSv LIKE tt M v'.ll , r t,, t i r ' L OR Himn uituMd twlta In «lj| nj j contilw ^' I •• .ill iff lie. It J-KKpVtm My nh« r |«4/Z 'I Mil Of A« HIM IttTlVHJllllw O f p,j t ,, » ,,, -'.,1 I-!/ While manj n Holhttood couple spend llielr (Inn; in court, Cirol ri>nn and Ills wife, Llli Dnmltn, spend theirs on (lie court, us they arc tee while attending the Southern California Tennis Championships nt the l^K Angeles Tennis Club. Keiser News Wcstcrncld-Tlobbs Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Dobbs, ot Mccrory,' announce the marriage of their daiiBhter, Letty Inen, to James E. Westcrfield, of Kelser. The wedding "was solemnized April ? by the .Rev. \V. L. Meyers, pastor of the First Methodist, church of Cninthersvillc, Mo. The bride Is a graduate of Mc- Ifory high school and Arkansas State Teachers college at Conway. She Is a member of the Kelser school faculty. Mr. Wcslcificld, son of the late Y. D. Westerfield nnd Mrs. Wcstcr- field of Leaksvillc, Miss., attended' Asbury College nt Wllmore, Ky., nnd Morehcnd State Teachers' eol- _5 nt Morehend, Ky. He lias been Uhletlc conch nt the Kelser high school for the past,'two yenrs They will reside here. " a * . '.» . •• Kiile'rlalns Ohib :;', :<;'•'. >V-K' .The Voiing Matrpti'o-Bridge, club, met Wednesday afternoon at the' :iome.6f Mrs. A. L. Hall, of Kelser, for an afternoon party. Mrs. J. A. Montgomery was a guest. Mrs. Hull •served a salad plnte with n- fruit drink. Mrs. w. E. Bruce received Ji score prize and Mrs. I. L, Bruce, traveling prize. Mrs. Bob Crews J ' clnb. ts a now member or the Civic Cliili Entertained Members of the Kelser Civic were cntcrtnlndcl Thursday light with n dance nnd bridge larty at the Kelser .high school auditorium. « ... < Farm liurcau flfccls The Farm Bureau meeting for he district or Kelser was hclt Wednesday night in the Home Economics building. « 4 [las Club Party Mrs. L. M. Gales eritortnined her bridge club Thursday afternoon -' her home. Miss Mozell Holburg or Mncpii, Miss., and Mrs. Mnurlce IJtllc, of Osceoin, were guests for Die Eiimcs and .Airs. W. W. Loreu. of. Dyess, Jolneil them for ten. Mrs. W. M. Tiiylor Imd high score ninong (lie club members'ant! the guest prize went (o Miss Hcl- biii-g. * * * Mrs. Ashum, of Humphry, Is visiting her daughter, Mvs. 13, C. Cook, and family. " 'J. U. Llndsy attended to business in Memphis Monday, v '..' Miss .Tominyo' Bedford iins left Kelser for tlie summer. Shn plnhs Ip .spend her vacation with relatives nnd friends In Missouri niul Mississippi. \ Miss Prances Nail spent the weekend with W. A..Null, ot Memphis. V i Miss Bobby Spnrkmnn, of Mrin- phis, Is visiting her mother, Mrs. O. D. Prcvole. Miss Spnrknian will velum lo Memphis In Scptemlfer. I Mr. mid ]Mre. W. C: Wall left Siijittny for.'ii visit wltli Mrs. Wall's frfrenls at Grmi'dii',' Arfc"" - ••.' ' ' Miss Jimniliv Lome Is spclidlii'g the summer here with her parents and friends. She will return to Memphis in September : where she is a student, tit the Memphis Vocational"/ . •'_' ti. Colin returned Sunday from a business trip'at Whllcvllle, Tenn. -Miss Kalherine Watts, of Memphis,, visited lierx parents. Mr. nnd Mvs. J. A, Waits,-over the weekend. : ' ' ' •' •.'-••• ;Mtss Nonn Crews -motored to Memphis Sundny.i . . " . Mrs. -M. I,; arcslmm returned from the Baptist hospital Friday night. She Is at (he home or her parents,-Mr. nnd Mrs," II. p. Dium- vanl. . • ' . • Miss Helen Carter of Trenton, Tenn., Is visiting her sister, Mrs. ' L. Llndsy for several weeks. Miss Robbie Gownn or Bcmls Tenn., lett for New York June 3 where she will study music and voice for three raonlhs under the instruction of La Forge nnd Bereu- riion. Miss Gowan Is a music instructor in the Kelser high school. Mrs. E. cohn spent Sunday In Memphis. Mrs. lipb Crews Jr., Mi's, \v. J3. Crews mid Miss Nona Crews spent Tuesday/In Memphis. . Miss Nona Crews left today to visit Mr. and Mrs. Bill Crews in Blythevlllc. PREMIUM XtWU) m 22c S, Pot Roast Ib, 15c BACON Kwlck Krlsi» : Itimlluss II). 25c Sliced, II). 20c COTTAGE CHEESE 1? Potnul *«"» Catffeh r 25c Neck Bones Ib.Sc mmammamm Roast or Chops Ib. 17}c L STEAKS pound 22!c ORAHGES s "'""1i,,r' m 15' APPLES Wlncsup ' | Ci " w •FKKSH I'ltims 5 for Sc Api-icols .1 for 5e GREEN CORN I'Vcsh a Ears LETTUCE IVcsh, Firm Cc 0 CANTALOUPES Uf ATCD MKI-ONS / G'lcctl I1H I til Kine, Each Fresh Red "»• slicin « () ua ]it yi Pound NEW POTATOES ' U. 1 S. No. ) Rwl' , Trlimi|>hs, ,10 His. for ' Stinkist « *• 1 nr 1 Jt VINEGAR Avoiulult! Qimrl 10 Sin. Cim 2 for IGc l. K c. Can, Kch. U)c ASPARAGUS c;. club No. 2 Cim 20 Beets Home (J^ytl ii Bchs. lOc ICE CREAM 1 ,,., , Io ,1.5 l CRACKERS Wesco j ' i Oc 2 11). Box • \L CANDY BARS Kroger ' 2 For w CRACKERS i ih. BOX"!! ^r 25° SaTe-1'riced 4 Days! SHOCKMASTER FORK smooths out the bumps on •roughest roads. Equipped VpHh streamlined handlebars, white grips, luggage ca "' cr ' dwin guard, Troxel saddle, headlight, horn-in- tank, white sidewall tires 27 88 With ^ Shocknustcr $ Fork % 24°° without I ** • Shockniastcr 1 New Liberty News Birthday Chili Steels Mrs. J. M. Aycock was hostess to •G members and five guests of llio Jlrthday club at.her home Friday iftcrnoon. G«esU>; were Mrs. Olen farrison, Mrs. James Harrison, vlrs. Avo Wilkerson and Mrs. Loyc, Jarncs, of Blythcville, antl Mrs. W. 8. Aycock ot Morchouse, Mo. Games and contests were supervised by «lrs. Loyce McNair nnd Mrs. Hilon Stcphcnson. After n treasure mill was conducted, Mrs. Aycock intl Mrs. John Hanks were each ffcsenlcd n basket of lovely gifts. The hostess assisted uy her dnush- ters, served "sandwiches, ice cream and cookies. The next meeting will l)e nt the home of Mrs. Bud Long Tuesday, June 13. IPkg. Clock Rolls With 2 Lge. Loaves Clock Bread 15c Country Club Com is 15c MONTGOMERY -100 W. Main St. WARD Phone G7G Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams were called to Trenton, 'Tenn., Saturday for the funeral oi Mrs. Williams' lather, G. W. Harrison. Mrs. Ben Prilchard and son, Alvin Earl, and daughter, Miss Louise, and Mrs. J. M. Aycock and daughters, Willie Play and Emma, spent the weekend nl Sarclls, 'Miss, with relatives. Mrs. Dumvard Garratt nnd children have returned to their home near Lepanto after having visited Mr. and Mrs. D. Gnrratt and fam- Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Smallwood 11 and son, Mrs. c. C. Cobb and Mrs. I W. W, Cain spent the weekend at'I White Haven with relatives. Mr. I Sinnlhvood's mother accompanied them home after having visited here (or a- month, I SUGAR Dbminn Clolli JO Lhs. 50c Domino* Factory Packed I'apcr 10 Lbs. 47c No. | 2 Can, Onl PEACHES ;, IF. Syrujrjftc '2 Can -\L- SAUCE, C. Club f r c No. 2 Can, 2 For-13 DC ft DC Honey Sweet Barllett -fJlc rCHnO. No. 2 fan. Onlv Id, No. 2 Can, Only, MARSHMALLOWS , \ * f A< 'Embassy, 1 Ih. Cellophane..".,-.-..' IW.- SPOTLIGHT Coffc V» blb £ 43 Humko'cHOc JS. 8 Ib. 7C- Crt. /DC JELL Twinkle Dessert 3 1'nek ages 10 EATMOREOLEO ,,25 CHUM SALMON 2 Cans is: EtfAP PEACH ee Apples, Ib. 10' Guaranteed 2-1 Pounds 53' Starting UJIOII Growing mHOlt 25 Ins. 53' PSG. Lifebuoy 3 for 17c 7 Bars WESCO TEA Vz )b. JJov, Only 25' Grapefruit JUICE Jumbo 141 c Can 1*2 CA| A|> Dressing, Embassy Qt.'22e UHI.H1I Miracle Whip, Qt...,.35c GUN SPRAY with Fly Spray, Pint FIG BARS Fresh li Pounds

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