The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 1, 1933 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 1, 1933
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WKDN'KSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1933 .LK, (ARK.V COURIER NEWS PAOB FIVE The Wynekoops in Happier Days GIFTS for Her GIVE HER. JEWELRY You will have no trouble in selecting a suitable gift for her from our large and complete stock of Jewelry and gift gcods. ALDRIDGE JEWELRY STORE SILK NEGLIGEES Daintily tailored of Flat Crepe 1" Blue, Peach. Pink and Black A gift she'll appreciate. $2.98, J. C. PENNEY CO. Give Somelhlr.ff Practical She will appreciate n gift she can wear. We suggest Scarf Sets, Hosiery, Purses, Gloves, Hats, Eiouscs, Sweater Suits, Dresses and Sweaters and Skirts. THE LADIES TOGGERY Ilie Perfect Gift — What women love — KAYSKR'S underwear, gloves, hosiery, Reasonably priced. Jack Ai>|ilebaum's Take luvuy tho drudgery of wash- Ing In the coming years. Buy Her" an Apex Washing Machine. K. It. GEL' SALES CO. ATTENTION MEN! A small cash payment will give your wife (lie perfect gift—A HOME. See om listings. THOMAS LAND CO. WAYNE KNIT HOSIERY Nu. 113-a four thread, all silk, high twist, n gauge chllfon, Plcot. top, P;cot liwcrt nl hem, all silk moc- K.sln fcol, knit In toe guard, curved French heel. $1. NEW YORK STORE The night of time has brought stark tragedy to this group whlcl posed so happily in 1912. The mother no\v faces a charge of murder; the youngest son Is charged, with being nn accessory teforc the fact of his v.ife's slaying; and a heavy burden, of grief weighs on tbe other two children. In the picture are Dr. Alice Lindsay Wjnekoop. then one of Chicago's leading women physicians, with Catherine, left; Walker, right, and Earle, on his mother's lap. Dolled Up for Her Home-Coming In case you have thought ship-news cameramen aren't what they use to be. just look at the picture OUR photograpaer brought back th clhcr day! Alter a SECOND glance at this photo, you may notice tha Hilda Knight carries on her knees a. gentleman doll dressed lu. the bes shipboard mode. Hilda is an American dancer just returned to Ne York from Europe. Holding Three of a Kind! FOR MEN ONt,Y! ! ! you want to make your wife love you the year round give her Dodge or Plymouth automobile eastmably priced and»equlppec ith all the conveniences denr to woman's heart. BARNETT AUTO SALES MAKE MOTHER HAl'l'Y —And comfortable, too, with < BEAUTY REST Mattress foi 'hrlstmas. HU::DARD FURNITURE co. THE PERFECT GIFT "FOR HER' ELIZABETH ARDEN'S VENETIAN TOILET"Preparation EXCLUSIVELY AT BORU.M'S From Santa, A New Permanent Add to her happiness at Christ mas by giving her a new Per mancnt at our modern shop. Margaret Def.n Beauty Shoppc Heauty Brings Ilapiilness flic Christmas Season will meat moro to her if she has a new .crinnnrnt. Make her a present of one. GRACE ELANORE SHOPPE DAINTY SLEEP TOGS Gowns und Pninmas tailored of nice quality eilk Crepe in Pink lea Rose and Blue at S2.D5 NEW YORK STORE A lasting gift ror your \vifi Frigidaire, '.lie most model eleclrlc refrigerator on the mar kc:. E. B. Gee Sales Co. A (lift I'or All llic Family— Bi'lcu lluhllni; plan!. Also IX'Ico liiulitvs for iflimtry homes. E. l>. UKK SALES CO. GIFTS for Him You cnn plcnsc him with n Pipe, Billfold, Box n( Cigars, Shaving Brush or a FUthltght. FOWLER DRUG CO. POOR OLD, DAP How about n ntw comfortable ehali with ottoman tor him this Christmas. HIIHRARD 111KN1TDBE CO. GIVE HIM JEWEL.RY 'e c:m solve the problem of wlml '•» give "him," ALDRIDGE JEWELRY STORK Sl.'Elli: JACKETS lultoii or Zipper models In n great, variety (,t colois ami sty- es. SO.SO to S12.50. NEW MK.\11 CLOTHING CO. SMART' LOOKING SWEATERS With, sleeves or sleeveless, co.u styles or Pull-overs In the lalcr color combinations, »1 to $4. NEW MEAll CLOTHING CO. Only, 18 More Shopping Days Until Chrislmas. SHOP EARLY Our stocks arc complete now and _ n small payment will hold an) a'rllclc until Christinas. GUARD'S JEWELRY STORE Why not glvo him an OHIo Clinlr Cushion, Treasure Clics or Shcairer Pf\ lor Christmas? ACTON PRINTING CO. Phone It He'd Like a New Scnvfl We have '.he very klv.d. THE LADIES TOGGERY Hvc a I'en and Pencil Set, Bill- fuhl or Shaving Oulllt. IIOR1NSOX DRUG STORE We Knuw Wlut He Wants Parker Desk S-t, Pipe, Cigars, o Shriving Set or ShcafTer Pen. HELL'S P1IARMACV Only, 18 More Shopping Days Until Christmas. Helena Rnbcnslcm's Compicls, Ponders, Lipsticks Exclusively at Borum's A BEAUTIFUL WATCH Would make her most happy. The new styles as created by Oruen, Bulova and Elgin. GUARD'S JLWEI.RY STORE Have Santn Bring her a box of Hollingsworlh's Candy, fitted bag, cosmetic set, compact, stationery, card table or purse. ROBINSON DRUG STORE WE SUGGEST GLOVES — Imported l-'Rbric Gloves o[ a beautiful quality, slip-on and mil styles. 50c to $1.25. NEW YORK STORE Give Him Something Personal Tor instance we Dave Silk Scarfs 5) ill). Arrow Shirts $1,95 up, Pajamas $1.50 up, Turtle Neck Sweaters $2.95. Suede or Buckskh Jackets 58.50 (o $12.60, Bathrobes Gladstone Bags, Handkerchiefs am llickok licit S;ts. Free Turkey with Suits at }22.50 up. HAVSES MEN'S SHOP Gifts for Kiddies Icyola Tlrqs. Horns. Saddles, Boskets, Handb Grips, Spokes, Vhcels, niins, Hrnkc Paris, Repair- is. Ciraer'a 8!wj). 113 S. First SI. hone 643, G|re Tr.blc .and Floor Lampe; $t'tp |10, Wesllngliduse' Irons, Heating Pads, Percolators, Toasters, 'Bathroom Heaters, Waffle Irons,.; and other pppllancej. Xmas Tree Decorations and Ught SelJs. ' •"• Walpole Elect tic Shop J06 W. Main Phone 314 GIFTS Give Ideal Built-in .Furniture All Kinds of Cabinets AKKMO LUMBER YARD GIVE something practical—cutlerj bird cages, aluminum ware, toast crs, electric Irons, clocks, 'watches OBERST STOKE CO. Only, 18 More Shopping Days Until Christmas. Santa C'hus' Headquarters ,Ve Bell Everything—the" best quality Xmas Gifts. Radios, Musical Instruments, Candles, Lamps, Leather Goods, Glassware, Electrical GUIs. PARK11URST CO., 109 E. Main GIFT NOVELTIES Boole Ends, Ash Trays, Vases, Boudoir Lamps, Lamps and novelties Ql' GUARD'S JEWEL* SPECIAL ossorti cities, games,- sti UOR Murwoocl combination BRIDGE TABLE and Fire Screen, $5.05; Murwood dc luxe tray, $450. BORIIM'S We suggest Cosmetics, Purses. Candle. Holder;, Bud Vases, Nunnelly's Candies, Perfume. Atomizers, Compacts, Stationery, Kodass. FOWLER DRUG CO. DISTINCTIVE GIFTS Alomizcrs, Perfume Sets, Bridge Cards. Compacts, Pangburn's Candies. Houbigant and Coty's Ptrfiimc Sets, Healing Pads, and other gifl.s sh- will like. BELL'S PHAIEMACi Family GIFTS RADIOS—A gift nil the familj enjoys. Ask for demonstration. E. II. GUI! SALES CO/ THE IDEAL GIFT A Thealre Coupon Book for the family or friends, $2.50 and 55 Your sentiments are best expressed when vo'.i fay It with FLOW- Good anytime. ERS Healon's Home of flowers. KIT/ and ROXY THEATRES Three one of bined of a kind is good in any haitf!' That's why Ruth-Settle wa the best bets with her trio ot red tabby kittens at fue "com championships shows" in New York. More than 2,000- cat. competed, GOLF EQUIPMENT If he plays golf he would be de lighted widi :i nc\v club or two 1 n box of bnlls. A complele sicck at all prices. HljIlHAllI) HARDWARE CO. TOYLAND OPENING Kiddies will be delighted to know that our complete Toy Deportment will open Friday, December 1st. J. C. PENNEY CO. CHRISTMAS TOYS for all ages. Specially priced. Oberst Store Co. MEN'S GLOVES Mocha, Pig Skin, Cape or Kid, lined or unlihcd. $1.05 to $3.50. NEW MEAD CLOTHING CO. MEN'S LOUNGING ROBES Brocaded Rayon and all wool Flannel Robes in a choice selection of colors. S4.40. J. C. PENNEY CO. We H«e Wha( They Want; Skates, Tricyclci, Scooters, bicycles, Coaster Wagons, Buddy Bikes. .25 Rifles (Steven >, Hamilton anc Springfield) Pocket Knives, Flashlights, Watches, Hunting Knives Buzr.y Barton Air Rifles and com- liimlon Scout Knives and Axes Including carrier. BURKE HARDWARE CO. "We Sell For Less" PRACTICAL GIFTS Give the chlldcen things that wll last such as Tricycles, Coastc 1 Wagons, Skates, Air Rifles, Bi cycles, etc. All priced most reason rbly. HIIBBARI) HARDWARE CO. /our dinner will not be complete without FLOWERS lor .Xmns. l(ea(on'& Home of.. Flowers NEW PHHC'O RADIOS —The supreme Christmas gift, to .the' shp;» all the (test models, liberal' : t'n»c!'e-in al- owuiccs. . . . HUBBARD FURNITURE CO. Make your home modern and convenient (or Chrislmas with built-in cabinet, shelves, breakfast nook, wall brackets. ! H. Jj--Peterson, 200 ti. 2Ist Only, 18 More Shopping Days Until Christmas^ Qukk Meal Oil Ramies Cos ley Radios, Sealy Mattresses, Siumberon Mattresses, ' DC lux Springs. Lounge Chairs and Ottoman, .Rockers, Occasional chairs, ftudlo. Couches, ChlldsBeds.Chllds Rockers, High Chairs, Desks, Cedar Chests, Card Tables, Tables—Oc- cetlonal, Radii, End, Medicine Cabinets, Mlrrfrs. CHARLES S. LEMONS Good. Furniture at Moderate Cost Only. 18 More Shopping Days Until Christmas. Ecnutlful, Inexpensive artificial WREATHS for the graves or. loved ones at Xmas. lleaton's Home of Flowers Give yourself a Xmas gilt. Have your WATCH repaired by an export. O'Bryanl, Aldridjc Jewelry Store. DEEP KNAP BLANKETS 70x80'Deep Knap Double Blankets In a beautiful range of plaids. $2.19. . J. C. PENNEY CO. A Photograph—(he Perfect Xtnis .Gift. Reduced holiday prices. Ilu- I tfrt Doyle, r.c.a door to Western Union. Only, i 8 More Shopping Days Until Christmas. First French Lottery Causes Divorce Suit PARIS. (UP)—Lottery leads lo divorce, cr at least such was the .rounds for divorce offered by a r renchman here following t h c first Paris draw. The man. a gov- irnment clerk, bought a lottery ickct for 100 francs. When he got an offer for it at 150 francs his vife made him sell it. The ticket von and the neighbor who bought t was 50.000 francs to the good The original purchaser went home nstead of going to work, kicked the door open and shouted at his wife: "Idiot! Imbecile! You made me i?ll my ticket for a measlcy flltj francs! I'm through! 11 And he slammed Hie door and rushed to the divorce court. iN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOI THE JON'EtiRORO BIVISU OP THE EASTERN DISTR1C OP ARKANSAS. In the Matter of Samuel R. Glbbms. In Bankruptcy To the creditors of the abov ic County of Mississippi, Division foresaid, a bankrupt. Notice y> hereby given that n November 2"tli.. 1033. the above amcd petitioner was duly adjudg- d a bankrupt, nnd the first mrct- ng of the creditors will be held ,t my office in Ihs Clly of wro, in said District on December Ih., 1033. at If) A. M.. at which ime Ihe said creditors mav al- of said court this IGlh day of November. 1033. R. L. GAINES, Clerk. Reid, Evrard & Henderson, • Attorneys for Platnliff. 17-24-1-18 ~~~~ WARNING ORDER Lavernc Prlola: John A. Priola! nnd E. P. Wright arc warned to appear in Ihe Chancery Court for complaint of the plaintiff, Georgia Jones. Dated this 29lh day of N6v., 1533. R. L. GAINES. Clerk. By Ellztbcth Blythc, D. C. W. Crawford. •Ally. Ad Lltem. 1-8-15-22 Iruslee. examine the bankrupt.J •d traiyncL such oilier busiiic.-u': Ihrec months, lo answer a com. , .. plaint filed against them by Un- -r. may propel.y come before said lo ,, Savlnss Vilding and Loan nccting At Jonesboro. Arkansas, this November 28th., 1?33. F. C. MULLIK1X. Referee In Bankruptcy. [Association. Witness mv hand nnd the seal of said court this 16lh day o{ November. 1933. R. L. GAINES, Clerk. Reid, Evrard A; Henderson, Attorneys for Plaintiff. 17-21-1-18 WARMVG ORDEH IN THE CHANCERY COURT. Atto ' n6 (or p lalnllff . 17 . 2 4-1-18 WARNING ORDER II. Allen; Betty C. Allen: Etlis-Jones Dni2 Company; E. M. Ellis and F. II. Gaiior. as receivers for Ellis-Jones Drug, Company; and Ellis-Way Drugj CHICK ASAW.'JA DISTRICT. Company, are warned 10 appear] MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, AR- in the Chancery Court for thci KANSAS. Cliicka.uv:b.t Uislrict of Missis-1 slppi ounty. Arkansas, within three j months, to answer the complain!, filed against them by Union Sav-j -The defendant. C. Y. Jones. Is ings Building and Loan Axccia-1 rarned to appear within thirty 1 oavs in the court nan-.ed in the WARNING ORDER J. W. Fisher; Monde E. Fisher and H, D. Fisher arc warned lo api>car in the Chancery Court for the Chlckasnwba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, within three months, lo answer the com- plant filed therein against them by Union Savings Building and Loan Associalion. Witness my hand and the sea of said court this 16th day of November, 1933. R. L. GAINES. Clerk. Reid, Evrard & Henderson, Georgia Junes, Plaintiff, No. 5737 vs. C. Y. Jo;i-s. Defendant. lion, Lamed bankru.i; ol Lcachville, in I Witness myhsnd nr.d the seal; caption hereof and answer the N THE CHANCERY COURT CHICKA3AWBA DISTRICT MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARK ANSAS. . . '. Russell Oasklns. Plaintiff, Vs. NO. Ethel Gaskins, Defendant. WARNING ORDER The defendant, Ethel Gaskins, Is •arnecl to appear In this court r lthln 30 days and answer to the omplaint of the plaintiff, Russell askins. Dated this the 91h day I ; November, 1933. R. L. Gaines, Clerk, By Elizabeth Blythe, D. C. IO-17-24-I. •BARGAINS IN NEW* USED FURNITURE R.J.DODSON 303 E. Main ' -,-'Phone 155 MOONLIGHT TAVERNCAFE Next Door -to Naben Grocery PLATE LUNCH.- 30c Horn? Midc Pastries Fricil Chicken'- Steaks BERT DUGAN, CKef Raw Fur Wanted Gcod Prices - Honest Assortment Write for Free Price List Check M.iilcd Day Furs Received Write ,T. H. Nciimcyer, ',; M. .S. Abe! & Son, SOI \\. Magnolia, l.Ouisviile, Ky. Paving and Sewer TAXES For 1933 arc now due and payable'' G. G. CAUDILL Cplleclor Office 1C6 N. Broadway Next "to New Postoftice

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