The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 7, 1937 · Page 6
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BLYTHEVILLE,,(ARK.) COUBIER NEWS A Day On Flint's Automobile Strike Line > , [ v * * , / ^THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1937 Ariesled In nint, Midi, one of tlie slcim centers In the General Motors labor war, charged \\ltli cnrrjlng a concealed weapon, Gerald DeMott. center, n Fisher Body plant, stilker, is nllegetl to lime told police thai strikers holding Ihe plant weio mined'with between ! EDO and 900 blackjack!, Lieut Kay J. Martin, left, inlcl DcMoU wns i- carrying a liome-made blackjnek. This is the. lionie-mndc blackjack tlmt Flint police "lid they found on DeMott, taken Into custody when lie left the Fisher Body plant on a.' pass. Slilkm nt the Slnmlard Cotton Co plant In IJlnl were luckier than some of their comrades In other General Motors aulo strikes. Aftei a long clay on the sIMown picket line, tlie Standard workers could go to bed on comfortable mattresses, available right In the plant from the cotton iiciinaHy used as slurring In some General Motoiscnrs Tills photo shows two of the strikers enjojiiig a siesta Committee Maps Plans for 4th Annual President's Ball Bljthcvllle will have its fourth annual President's ball Jnnimrj 28 a( the city aiiditoilum, It was decided in a meeting of the committee members this nftternoon, nt which Russell 'Phillips, general chairman, presided Mr pMIHps, who was selected by Henry L Dohcrty, national chairman, plans to make this years iiffalr the most successful of any c\er held here Elaborate plans are already In the making to obtain a substantial suni o[ money and at the same time foi the dance to bo a socially successful affair attended by a large number ol Mississippi county people Like other affairs ', being held' all over Ihe United states In honor of President Roosevelt's birthdaj, 70 per cent of the money derived from the 'ale of tickets at Si each will be placed in the treasury [or caic ol crippled children In the county and 30 per cent will be sent to 'he national organization for delherj to Ihe president, to be presented by Mm to the Georgia Warm springs Foundation for the continuation ot its part In the national tight against Infantile paralisls .In the letter to Mr Phillips Mr. Doherty sMd'lii, pait; J "PrcsldenURbosevelt has ngojn consented to^lend Ijls^Wrt^day tdL nations Ide 'scrieq' of 'benefit, bol Infantile paralysis continues 'Tto menace the children of the couYv- try. it has beenji horror o\cr the home, striking without \\nrnlne and annually crippling thousands of those who had been the sturdiest As a Disease It has not jet. bsen conquered, but jcar after year a steadily « Inning battle has been lought to overcome the uorst of the after-effects, bringing many Ucllms back to a useful and often a fully satisfying life. ' "I invite jou to be the general chairman for jour community Irer cause of jour haung been rec&rw mended b) many of jour friendl; Who believe that jou will make the affair a successful one. I know you can count on the cooperation of every public group as our expel I race has shown that all creeds, parties and persons unite in helpfulness, a t Birthday Ball time's Working with Mr. Phillips Hill be a large committee which will represent e\erj organization in the city, it is believed The finaiicni Miss Clara Giunei of Aimorel, Ark,,has been Ibc housegiiest of Mrs, Doru McAdams and daughter, Miss Hazel •, ' -, , Mr and Mrs. W E Ho.l»cs'nnd iou'liavc retuined from (i vhit with relatives at Rlpley, Miss , and oth- 21 points of Mississippi and ut Memphis Mr and Mrs w N Holly r,- :urncd Monday night from several weeks \islt with hsr son, Bujll Holly, who is In a sanltorium at Woo\l men, Colo. Mr nnd Mis Kcsscll Booker of Mississippi aie \isitlng relatives r-eie and at Bljlhcvlllc Mr. an(( Mrs rloy;, smith are , conimlttec Is headed B by Roland • and John c McIIoney as other members - Parr is in charge of fir music and entertainment vuth w J Pollard, James H Bell and F B. Joiner assisting The general ticket sale will be Ir charge of Hugh H.ubert with Os- "r ^"dlw, W. J Wunderlich and Joe Applebaura assisting w M Scruggs is chairman of the rural rale with Charles s Lemons, c uardS, O E S , MKs Cora Le. Colcman, American Legion Auxiliary; Miss fjveljn Smart, children ot. the Confederacy. Stcclc-Cootcr Society — Peisonal lier husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jnmes Collls Woodfln of Miiffrocsboro. Tenn. Prank Fields of Town City, In., «-ho Is visiting Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J.,,Fields of Blythe- Vlllc, visited friends' In tills city over tile "weekend Mr. and Mrs: T. W. Wliltfleld have 'returned from n visit with relatives In Tennessee. Buddy • Crawford I s confined to Ms home this week with nn attack ot (In nnd malarial chills. Mrs. Riilli Lnwhon, Mrs. Sims Michlc, Mrs. J. W. Reno and Mrs. J. ,W. Itobbins were dinner guests of Mrs. ilalpli Ilulclilnsoh of Cnnilli- cTfivlllo Tuesday, Mrs. Abner Ashcraft nnd dnugh' ter. Loyce 'Maureen, visited Mrs. Maureen Norrls . nnd Miss Lois Hooper of Blythcvllle Saturday nf- Icniopn. .They were accompanied by Mi's, Basil McOlni'C and soil, Jlmmle, who visited Mrs. 'Cecil Baltey. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. L. Moore'have' returned from a visit-with Mrs. Helen Kcllctl Moore and son ! ot WilliroKl. Ark. Mrs. Alum Orlssom and 3nligh- ter, Martha Wilfred, have returned home niter a visit with relatives in Tiptonvlllc, Tenn Mr nnd Mrs J M. Wright, and children of nccrlng are "spending this veek In cooler with relnluos Is getting mnrrlngc 1 w.is MISS Glenlla Cnnj- Imrt of Hollnnd' ,' > ./ <rte<l;Ale,\andcr left Salui'dav! to reslnne his studied nt Georgia lech, Atlantn nflei two weeks visit here with Ins pnrciiU, Mi and Mrs w O Ale\nii(itl, who have also imd as tlielr guest their dnughtpr and ROXY *d«i—'Always Id A 25o—lo TIT - . 'Show i:\cry Nl»ht iMailnrcs Friday, Silurrtiy, Sunday FjMas & Sundaj niatinee-i—J.lii Saluri!.i> Matinee — Contlnuoiu« owiiiir — I'OO Till Il;00 P. Ill have returned from a visit with relatives at Wllllamsvllle, 'Mo! Mr, and Mrs j s Bcasley and Mr. and Mrs. Vinson of pranl City, III., )rave;been Ihe guests ol Mrs. Lucille Stephens. 1 ;Mlss Alice McDanle! of Birmingham, Ala., Is visiting lier ^father, Dr. J. R. McDanlel and other rel- atives.here this" week. , Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wimp accompanied the lalUir's nephew, John F. Wiseman, as far as Slkes- ton Sunday, en route to his home In Cape Girardcau nftcr a week's visit here as their guest. 'Miss Clara -Rntlr Llncberrv. \ylio returned to this clty-two.-wceks'ago Irom Oreenville, Miss., where iljo had. been cmplojed, 1ms gone to Hickman. Ky for sc\eial weeks v|slt .with her mother. , ^ Mrs T s Coopei who with lier husband Di Cooper, has been spending the nlnloi at [heir home at Ft M>eis, rla , has airived at lier home in Cooler to spend trie balance of tlie winter, due to bad health DI Coopci will not letufn before spring. . Mr. and Mis w n McGlnnis, who have been attending n family reunion at st Louis, hue returned home. ,1 irMrs T A Michie, who spent Inc. past i month in Memphis -\vilh her moltiei, Mrs Edmonds, has returned home, * ( . -, -Mr. nnd.Mrs. Carllc Pritchaid returned; over the weekend from St. Louis where they had been visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie BrLstow have returned from a visit In St. Louis-with relatives They Were accompanied'home by Mrs.'Bristol's sister, the former Flora Woodard Michic of "this city, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Byrd have moved from Cooler to Forty and eight ' Mr. and'Mrs. New-berry Johnson THE LIFE OF ANY PARTY MADE WITH AKKANSAS RICE i Distributed by « MIDWEST DISTRIBUTING CO, Bljthevillc, Ark. - - - phone 64 THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL " * . Last Time Today PAL NIGHT! 2 Adults Admitted for Price All Children—lOo of 1 MAX IIINHAIOt S p.odnll.on ol A MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM K\cr>thln|r Tor Your Entertainment and Comfort ' Last Time Today Mae \Vesl in "Go West Young Man" With Warren Wllinm, Randolph Scott and Alice Brady Also Paramounl News ailU Comedy —Admission— Maliiiue—10 * ZCc Nlghl—IS & 3Gc Friday - Pal Night 2 Adults Admitted, for Trice ot 1 Ed Rice is chairman of arran»o- ments with Plojd White, Harry w Hames and Plojd Acton, ass 1st ing Mrs James B Clark is chairman or the decorations committee wltli Mrs. O. W McCutchcn. Mrs Eddie B David and Miss Clara Ruble as other members The publicity committee u Mrs Samuel p. Morris, Mrs. c W Af- fllck, Mrs Harry Kirby and Mrs W. L Horner A general'committee, •Rhlch will sponsor the publicity In »» 0[ their organizations and cooperate in other activities Is made up of chairmen of the committees given alxne and these Rupert Craflon, Chamber of Commerce; D r. I R John, son, Rotary club, Max B Reid Lions club, R. E Blajloc!,, Masons, Mrs. B A. Lynch, P-T AV Wendell Phillips, National Guard'- Ross Stevens, American legion- E D. Ferguson, Boy Scouts- W D McClurkln, city schools; the Rev Alfred;Carpenter, churches; Mrs Harry W. Haines, p. E O; Mrs E F." Blomeyer, Woman's club Mrs^H^L,' Reynolds, Business ant Professional women's dub; Miss WInnte Virgil Turner, rural schools Mrs. Chester Caldaell, alrl Scouts " rs - p ' B- Joyner, D. A. R; Mrs Charles Alford, rj. D. c.; E. H ?'. O w,; MM, l^foi Also Sclcclcd Sliorls Friday - Saturday Round Roasler at unheard of price. Size ll'/zxSys in. Popular Blue brilliant ware. While they last. 45 Also Cartoon and Serial—"Tlie Clutclilnj Hsnd" Continuous Showiny Saturday Also Paramount 1'iclorinl and Comedy —Admission— Slattncc—10 & 2Gc Night—1G & SCc TUESDAY, JAN. 12— S25.00 BANK NIGHT! HOG KILLING SPECIALS 50 MEAT SMOKE Dean's Q0 (; Pint 0* $1 MEAT SMOKE Dean's Quart 75 :c 50 IB LARD CANS 39 10 IBS MORTON SALT 89 C SflUSAGE SEASONING 19 SAUSAGE MILL l """r 5 S2.19 BUTCHER KNIVES Universal OC^ Each Lv BUTCHER SNIVES " and """"S 69 C Shouse-Henry Hdw. Co, "The ProRrcssive Store'' J. W. Shoiise Phone. 35_ Wilson^,Henry plan to lenie Januarj 15 for Port Myers, Pla,, where they will spend their winter vacation. Mrs. L. W. Weaver spent the weekend at.Dexter witli her mother, Mrs Alice stone. Mrs Stanley Sliced nnd daugh- Sitdown strike technique evidently does not forbid strikers to press their enthusiasm At the Fishei Body plant, aboie In Flint Idle employes Improved window cjhplays which' included 'an American flag an effigy suspended from a rope, and several signs one of which Indicated the "information Window" Strikers themselves frequently leaned from the windows to shout at friends ter have left for their home nt Fruitport, .Midi., after several weeks visit here with Mr. nnd Mrs Don Alexander. Joe Travis and Danton Steele ,of Washington, D. c.; have arrived for an extended. visit with their par- ents, Mr and Mrs Arch Travb and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Steele. Miss Ruth Hirper. accompanied by a party of friends' from Caruth- ersvilte, left Sunday to resume her studies at Missouri University,'Columbia, where she is n senior, v BUY A SUPPLY BEFORE PWGES GO HIGH Special January Feature! Unbleached Sheets 37c 81x90 Inch, nnhcmmcd. A limited quantity! We advise early shopping! Big Values! •J2x3C Inch Pillow Cases ScEach Smooth firm muslin, good quality. They're bargains! First come,, first'served! , A Grand IJargair\!~ 81:s. 99'inch Bleached Sheets 54c Never again at. this,' low .price..Bought ;to t sell for much . more! —* \ Special -Offer! 81' iricH'Unbleacned' Sheeting ' 16cYd. Take- advantage, of. this low price now. Limited quantity! Sensationally Priced! Silk ChilTon, Ringless Hosiery 44cPr. Perfects I We do not handle-seconds. Full fashioned, four thread with picot tops. Another Scoop! Men's Dress Shirts 63c Guaranteed fast, colorsl With Nu-crnft cbllarel.We advise enrly 'shopping) A January Feature! "Arbor" Cretonne lOc Yd. New patterns and "colors. Large assortment. 3fi in; wide! Another Scoop! Lydia Grey Cleansing Tissues 7cBox "200 large size, noh-irritat- ing soft tissues for only 7c. Buy now! A Value Hit! Unionsuils 44c \Vinter weight! An out-' .standing value. All sizes! Extra Special! Floating Castile Soap 3Bars25c Tliree large bars, .cello- pharte wrapped. Special at this price! ..Limited quantity! .i! PENNEY'S FOR RAIN WEAR CHILDREN'S . GALOSHES , 98 :,WomafiJ GALOSHES Storm Robbers Penco' bran,) . . . «jpd qnality, UMIiUELLAS iturdy rubber with non-slip »ot«s and heels,..-' - CHILDREN'S RAIN CAI'ES Ggod , plubte rubber with «U cotor malic pl»U dc- aud High or low Metis

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