The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 26, 1933 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 26, 1933
Page 8
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'EIGHT BLYTHRVn/LR, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, OH (iHI Cotton BeiiVNew Rail Buses, Women Beit for Job PHILADELPHIA. Dow Sclilnrfiiro. CUP) — Mrs. I'lilliiddpliln'fl firs; tind only constable, btlloves n woman Is wttcr fitted for the Job tlinn u mnn. She lias Iwd seven Wyomine Plam Park {or ]KIVS of li!rw l ): ' cnl<ito: ' lc animals v.orld. djolns the proj>o«rl park site. :iqr.\ntc last April, hns become u >"• n* • ™ '/T . • i and It has been exploited 1" vocoiu Thp-park a-mild be near i!ir Lin-: leading- Industry here. And boer tins ufaveyardiyn.!-.-, by selrmlsl".. ro! » HlsViway. main coasi-io-ewil, stlmiilnird Ihr and the Vn>sn 1'acllic Rail- fat-lories. Kxnvnllon hi; "A wnniai) ilaros Ic.n-li- can culcr certain sly without either u u. oi 1 b!:u'kj:u'l:. whpn u mall would tK'iJlau!," Mrs. Sclilarenco cU-claivd. "I was able to mala- a tCi'.iUV nriv.u of a six-foot prisoner f.omp time atfo. IlKrc probably woiil<l Ini'e bt*ii quite H tat- tlo lnul I l/vii u rnih.- "I liiivo li.ut sunn: 'ratlier <lk- aprof'.ibl* 1 cxjvriencei. but haven't uv all hail !n every walk of life? I think there- la nothing In [lie biHine.vs of being a cousin bi" tha: ri woman cannot, do as well ns a man. In fact, i regard , U- worn ui) ;is Miitf IX'tU-j- fitted fur t Jit -Job. CHEYENNE, yo. tUP) — Wyo-; rapidly, howcr. tliat 11. is fe.ircd i nilng state oltk-lals fire making'nindi of tlie historical value ol [ •>lni« to set aside n tract of Ismlitlv- place- will be destroyed unto itnr Medicine Bow for the prf.wr- j the state enacts some measure [sr vatlon of a "Dinosaur's Grave- It.', control. A fitatiite alona Uu-s> >'"<l." | Hues Is beinn drafted for pro.-pn- II Is proposed to nmke this iniul! lilliul1 :l - l1 "' m ' xl W^uUi".'. valuable amhropalOiiiculi Wyoming lio|>es to make It* i road main lim 1 Repeal Booms Business For St. Louis Breweries ruder-Aged I'nlr to \V(d FALL niVKIl, Mass. <upl_ A output of prelrcl. girl oV 13 a»<I « youth of 17 liav.' ' received Hie psi'inL'-sInn of liie 1 Now. with (lie 18th A mend mom i pvobaie court to marry here, They , i.Only removed from ih? const 1-1 i"" p Jo>-f|>hme Vasconcellos and ! union. <listilk-rieE are coming into j Henry Carvallio, BDIII received i ll:t> indiisirinl horizon. " i the ron:eiu of llitli- parents. or.d historical nmlcrhl has aored through the cenlurlcK a state park, 'llio iarid contains the dlnvsau- isravi-yiu-d a natloiial at- trntiljii. Ina.siniich as a pctrllti'd form, tin' lini 1 ;,'. of Us kind In tit' In recent weeks, 13 new brew nil?.-- !i,ue eome into existence. A p;)r .Ki.| t fly. ihe Is KT muis i UP, - Pi-oli">it!-)ii\ '!"""•' lils! " ll! ^ coinpa'Hs Have c ,, ]rM ,, oi ho rin s n hole in fnts ' i ' " i' ' :1 or - !a " u< ' < ' rt ' cfinl! V- I h:.nleni V,OM\ will) lt<, ovl|X>sllor; pparent ullure is uulln:; mu-jl) j> K . tx ,,] f a( 'ioi-les. running on lariitlii-, inl]».>i'.or is as thin and llox- to this cllys imlustrui scenery. lieer. which legally j ilmi- .schedules for many years, now frinctioiiirtit at full rapacity. ible :is ;i Imir nnd several times (he bcdy l™?.;li if the rhyssn. A highway bus cotivfrtctl for rail r.iT^lce, and nn iia]X3i'tnd motor rail car will be placed in .wrvlre by the Cotton lif-K mllroad Sundiiy, Orfober 29, between Dallns. Trans mid Jonesbom, Ark. mith v.111 riile on rui!be:\ cushioned wheels, giving sileiiro and comlorl. »ien make slic AST, mile ran beUvren Jone.sboro mid I>allas In nppn^xi- ma:ely...H I'.om-s, Including; steps. Tlie picture shows the converted highway bus, the lower the Imjxirlcil Aiistro-Halniler motor! car. Ekron News Notes I shin. I Mr. and Mrs. John Irvlnj; of Mr. ana Mrs. J. "r. smiih left; S»lfl Juve moved to this corn- Wednesday for n visit nt Waverly. i immlly. Teiin., where they expeftal to re-] IVC(| main until Sunday. of , tllyu Umlca French lias returned to Mr. nud Mrs. Harvey Hargett Bnent Gunday wlUi Mr. and Mrs. I Hamp Austin. Much inKrest Is being slio^n In • a slnetn? ssliool Mrs. Arne/.tc 1 Is ronduelinf at Ekron.. Mr. Amsite u-ill prcnc-h Si)m!i\y and Sunday n'glil ni Ekron. ! iliC- RiK'St last Wednesday of hlf, uncle. Alfred Bluikciuhlp. Mr. and Mrs. Mirk Troutman vl5- ttecila Uanitlierwllle Sumlay eve- Mrs. M. C. DlcmXenshlp spent, last week-end visiting? relative and friend): ni llaytl. Mortician Warns Public : %- Against Burial Racket inOCIlESTER. N. Y. (UP) — ; A warnini; a^aliut funeral rackets was <xmndi-d at the G?nd annual convenlloii ut the National Funeral Directors Association here by Bert B. CliltJd ol Indiaimpolla. .Qadd. firsi vice president, qt.lhc assoclnltun, re]x>rted lliu public being dcfniudcd in Mvcral »taUs bf inistTupnloiis operators' of b\ir- Inl liuurnncn .vlwmps. ' He rrcorrunended that burial in- suranci' In 1 pUu'td under lliej supervision ol the Insurance drpan- rnenus of the re.sric'ctlvi; stnl«s, with a KUfflclrnl rrtwrv^i-requb'fd ' to meet the. claims ''of 'policyhoUlere henil Courier News Want Ails. Nether land News IN>tatotTi Avent«e 11 Pounds FALLS, Idaho. I UP) — Man sl/.«l pol:it«!B arc grown by fnrmens on the shaUuck Irrlen- tion Project near Idnhu Falls. Av- Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rowland via- rrngliiK more Unin 11 pounds cucli lied In St. James a few days re- seven potatoes \vhlch might be niU- Ct-ntly. taken for watermelons, have been • Harlow Whittle of Blythcvlllc 1 plaml on display. stent last wceX-end In the homo' of his sister. Mra, A. 0. BlanXen- Read Courier News Wan; Ads. Cclcbrsting Our Second ANNIVERSARY Thursday & Friday MAT1NEK !i:SO—lOc NMJIIT 0:45—lOc- 35c in the new jlark drama lotd In a n.w way. .-•NARRATAOE SPENCER TRACY COLLEEN MOORS A tan* L. Lo«k» Practactiea WrMH4 by WH1IAM K. HOWMO' Ritz Theatre October 29th to November 4th with unusually good pictures Senneil Comedy.,,. SUNDAY-MONDAY Will Rogers in 'DOCTOR BULL' Paramount News — Comedy Tuesday - Wednesday America's Startling Personality MAE WEST in "I'M NO ANGEL" Paramount News Harry Langdon Comedy -MID-NIGHT SHOW In Celebration of Hallowe'en Mae West in "I'm No Angel" Thursday — Friday The Year's Biayest Musical Comedy Hit! "Take a Chance" Every Player a Star Every Star an Entertainer CARTOON MUSICAL SHORT Saturday Only Tom Tyler in HONOR of tiie MOUNTED Cartoon and Serial ROXY f'ONIGHT/ 'PARTNER' All Star Cast Compliments of M^noliit Oil Company. NEWS - - COMEDY Friday & Saturday MAT. and N1TE—lOc - 2Sc WE ARE NOT CHASIN Neither Do We Misrepresent-We Call A Spade A Spade And that's the reason we sell more shoes than any store in Mississippi County. We carry a large line of solid leather shoes and every pair we sell we guarantee . . . you always get tialues here. LADIES SLIPPERS PUMPS--STR A PS-TIES Leather BOOfTS PETERS DIAMOND »R A N I) all aoliei loittliot built to withstand hard WK Several good styles to sd from. $4.50 $5.95 $6.95 Russia; Calf Dress Roots ?fi.7fi Children's SHOES Children's solid leather shoes, built to withstand rough tisagp. Sixes r> to 8 $1.25 Si/.e.H 8</i to 2 $1.39 Kid, Suede and Patent. Showii in a wide variety of new styles including high, low and medium heels. $O.48 $0.98 MEN'S OXFORDS A great, array oilmen's -solid leather Oxfords, including •slich famous makes sis' \V. L. Douglas and Walk-Over, cm- bracing'.the iie"w--Fall and Winter styles 2 to $ 5 Guaranteed Work Shoes Peter's work shoes always give .satisfaction . . . We've handled tltPin for years and know . . . r.vt'ry pair ifiiarnnteed all solid leatluT and sturdily built to give iitonths of satisfactory acrvice. $1.98 $A.48 $1.98 2 Our Ladies READY- TO-WEAR Is Simply Wonderful That's what everyone says when they glance through our slock — \Ve Arc Right antl Know II! We want Ihose who have not seen our line to come and you'll aRrec with our stalemcnt. ; WINTER COATS After seeing our display of Winter Coats you'U'tliink they're as low-priced as they are good looking . . . We know >ou will find the Coat here yon want at a price to meet your approval . . . See Them Now! We Are in the Saddle On MEN'S CLOTHING With the largest and best selected line of men's suits at the right prices including the famous Curlec Guaranteed suits . . . —New Styles — New Patterns — New Values Sizes 33 to 50 $O.98 10 to NEW DRESSES Beautifully styled dresses for every occasion . . . Every woman \v1io COIIIPK here remarks about how good looking «ncl reasonable our Dresjes arc . . . All we ask is that you come in and look ... No oblipntion to buy. $ 5 i95 " $ 22' 50 8 Up io See Them Today Mens Hats $1.95 to $5 Boys Suits $ 3 95 to $ 9 75 Childrens Dresses'l M t»3 Ladies Hats $1.98 to $3.98 Also a Complete Line of INFANTS WEAR JOE ISAACS, inc. Has To!d You the Truth Since 1902 J

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