The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 14, 1937 · Page 3
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1987 BLYTHEVILLB, (ARK,)' COURIER NEWS Pilgrimage Hostesses Doors of Ante-bellum Houses Will Again Be Opened to Visitors NATCHEZ/ Miss—Natchez,, one? more beckons to nil who are Interested In the history and ro- innnce of tlis Old South to visit tier when springtime comas (/• Dixie and when.her gardens are abloom with azaleas and eamelia hapoiitcas. The Pilgrim Gturlen e'n^ o[ Ntit- chcz announces the RlvOi a'inun 1 showing of their ante-bellum linn'-'!- Mnreh 14 through 71, w lir>ii Nit- Chen will revive !>>r ; cijirlt, n»-' charm nf a civilisation u/tilcl' reached the peak of its «rnnrl->'- just pvlor to the War Het.'vc?n the Slates. The doors' of llics« century-old mansions :i?aln will b° opened (o tlic public and giisstr will bo welcomed from all parts of America. , Under the leadershin of MVS. Hu- hei-t Barnum, president o[ Inn pil- crlmaBe Garden club, and Mrs. B«L- four Miller, the originator of the Natchez Pilgrimage, director, plans are under way to make the 1937 Pilarlmage more artistic and Interesting than any previous Pilgrimage. Evening entertainment.'' will be presented including glamorous and enchanting tableaux tint will turn back the pages of time and depict life in the ante-bellum davs; old fashioned candle light balls and nsero spirituals; everywhere the visito"; will he mpt, bv the costumes and customs of the Old South. Natchez, rounded in 17IC, a town of romance and beauty, hv forgotten? for 10 odd vcars until It. wa= rediscovered with Hie Pilgri^agr of 1932. People from 37 states ->.t- tended that first pllsrimaie The-were amazed and delighted to havr discovered such a linkme little city In their native land, since 1SM2 HIP opening of these houses has been ? yearly event at which tim? Natchez becomes a mocca and shrine for thousands of lovers nf the unusra 1 and or (he beautiful. The following houses on the toir of.March 14-21, arc'the'original Pilgrimage houses and are the houses which have made Natchez famous: Arlington, Homewood, T,in- den, Monteigne, Hops Farm. Mon- inoiith, Green Leaves, L'.uisdo-vne Stanton Hall," Richmond, Airlie Devercux, Gloucester, Longwood, The Bum, Auburn, The Elms! King's Tavern and Dnnleith. Most of them are over 100 years old. End' house lias a fascination all Its own and each is unlike the others architecturally. Most of 'the housjs retain their original furnishings and priceless 'painfinijs ; biit all of them are redolent with glamorous memories of long ago and stand as mute testimonials of a glorious and exciting past in the history of our country. Sows Little; Reaps Much PROVIDENCE, R. I. (UP)—SOW and you will reap, mid reap, and rc(ip-nccbrdli>K to Mrs. Wnllaco Flood • who purchased a 0-ceiit package o( carrot seeds last spring and Irom Ihem reaped enough carrots lo .supply her needs, to give to neighbors and to am for the winter—In addition to seven and oiie- hal( bushels which she slornd. Mrs. Hubert Barnum, president of tlie Pllgrlmngc Garden club of Natchez, MiSs., and her daughter, Miss Gwln, In the drawing room of her famous ante-bellum home, "Arlington". Tliey nre dressed in Hie old costumes In ivlilch they will welcome e«esLs diirini; llic'l^^i''^^'^' 11 '" Pilgrhimge of Mareli 14 tlirongli March 21, 1937. , »"« •<>"> *ou* HELP 15 MILES OF KIDNEY TUBES To Fluih out AcieUund Other PoUonou* YVatte thy lutes w i,ll«, " U,?|? fidii'K liu'rily'lfis Lluoil >mjl.«|i you hnllhy..\luil t'co|il<|i«» uboiitJ pirns mlay orubgut 3 pouiuJbo! w:ijle. 1 re'iup'ii cjr Bi-/miy nawApea with snmlim' mil tmtjtlitj; thoua llipre may to eomctlijiu. «ronj »illi your kiJ M yj or Llad.ttr. Au «t<S3 ol aciih cr uuiunii in your bloixl. «Ueu due W luneliuiiiil ti.lnty iliwi.lir». may bo Ilii Yt'ijuin^ c.1 tiiicini V«tVmlie,. rl.tu- Pills, meil lucMssfully by talSuna (of ovS"" yran, Hiey tive liipw r.licl >u> will l.rln ll.« rtlicl«.. I. Crt'uMii'I'ViUi!' 1 ' \feniphls were here Sunday with •he lalter's parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bray. Mrs. .Ruby Porter has returned to her home nt Alamo. Tenn., aft- T a visit with her (laughter, Miss Flelen Patterson, who recently underwent a major operation at the Blythcville -hospital. Helen is at the home of Air. and Mrs. B. Stivers. • Manford Cohoon, Harold Crawford and Orvlllc Pinkston arrived Monday from Flint, Mich. Hen Bailey and Hal Fletcher of Holland News Note* A wedding shower for Mrs. Er licit Robertson was given by Mrs. Russell .Little Saturday evening at her home at the edge of town. Tlie guest list included forty and a lovely assortment of practical gifts was presented Mrs. Robertson by her friends at the close of the evening. Before her recent marriage Mrs. Robertson was Miss Eunice Reid, granddaughter of Mrs. Belle Little and Ihc laic Joe Little. T - • Miss Stella Siayton, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Siayton, was entertained by her parents Saturday with a party for her fourteenth birthday anniversary at their country home southwest of town. Mrs. Betilah Lyons and son and daughter, Frank and Lorenc, of Benoit, Miss,, who have been the houscguests of Mr. and Mrs. Benny Lester and family for several days, drove to Chester, III., Saturday, accompanied by Mrs. Lester and daughter, Nellie. They returned here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs/ John Azlbil and daughter Mary Joan of Wardcll were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Workman over the weekend. Mrs. Susie Winters is seriously hi at her home here. Miss Olene Booker has returned from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sandefur in Memphis. Little. Jiimnlc and Bobby May spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hudspeth (n Carutn- erSviltc. Mi's. J. R. Davison left Monday for Finley, Tenn., after a few (lays' visit with Mr. and Mrs. Horace Davison. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Grose of FOR A CHEERFUL GLOW MADE WITH ARKANSAS RICE Distributed by MIDWEST DISTRIBUTING CO., llljlhpvillc, Ark. - - - rnoncG:! Carnthersville were 'dinner guests of Miss Mildred Edwards Sunday.. Mr. and Mrs. Carl McDaulel i were ii> Memphis Tuesday on business. Little Max Slierwod, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sherwood, Is recovering from Influenza. Mrs. Lucy. Ayers of Carutlicrs- ville is visiting Mr. and Mrs Virgil Utlcy this week. Miss Hazel Conoon of Cape Girardeaii was with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cohoon, Saturday and Sunday. DANCING FREE Every Night New ?!)00 Phonograph All New Records SILVER MOON NIGHT CLUB Clearance Of All Used Stoves For Heating and Cooking •• • .., CIRCULATORS Oil Burner Circulator You can'L (ell this stove from new. Maho". any linisri. Originally sold for SG5. Ideal Circulator Heater Mahogany Hnish, ttrst class shape. A good 'luiy at this ])i'icc. ' 50 Tennessee Cabinet Circulator Ulahogany finish. Lois of good sen vice yet. HO Cabinet Circulator New grates, new. bowl. In good e. A good buy. 3 Burner IIol Water Heater. Same As New for SCO ATLAS NO. 17 COAL HEATER $7.50 COOK STOVES fifil FMAN Insta «t °"s Cook Stove, New Stove Guarantee. Prac UULJ.ITIHI1 icul e ' ticully New. Sold for $135 FLORENCE ° !l C °° k StOVC ' [ 1{urner - Fair Condition LEONARD C ° 0k Sl ° VC> " Hurner - Condition OK. QUICK MEAL KITCHEN COOK $12.50 Burner Oil Cook Stove. Good Condition M PA Gas Stove. A Heat liargain $25 PLENTY OF OTHERS TO PICK FROM S2 UP Hubbard Hardware Co Phone 32 ' PAGE THREB-" '••;/^,.,,-;>;'v?' STO RE S WIGGLY V- . 4 • i - 1 » ^:-"»'. - *•' k- •v:.-.,v PRICKS FOR FRIDAY AND SA THRDAY M^B^^HMl^BBMi Extra Fancy Quality BRUSSEL SPROUTS 'I-IfP. 'Jumbo Du/i'ii Tangerines 3ul^f HV;il. Sl»e l)o'/cn French I'ound Pure Cane 10 Pounds Fresh Pound New (irecn Pound Country ^Cliib Pound Peaches Country Club l.ffc. 'i\'i Can GREEN BEANS 9 LETTUCE I,arjj;e Head CC PAN ROLLS BEETS Avondnle, 2J/2 Can PEAS lyiissCn No. 2 Can AMMONIA JO-0/. liotlle 10 C POTATOES 19 C ONIONS Yellow • Ji LI*. 10 l PORK & liEANS C. C. Can TWINKLE TOMATOES 2/ fz 10 ( MIX. ,co. CARROTS Ficsh lich. BROCCOLI Fresh Itnnch PRUNES Alediimi Lb. PEANUTS 8 llcl T ;,f 10° SANDWICH. NliC • Pit!?. BLUING Aviilon tn-Ox.. lioltle 5 ( Grape Juice , Welch Quart M^M Seminole TISSUE 4Rolls25c Grapefruit Texas Seedless 12 for Coffee .Te\vel 58c Ui. Florida Dtucn Apples Do/. Ifjc Junalhun, !)()/. MACKEREL i/. Can 5 C MUSTARD VIEANNA 5A " S ^, tf TALL BOY s rg 10° SALMON Chum Tall Can SARDINES 10 FLOUR Little King 2'1-Lli. Sack . •18-I.li. Sack . CAKE Large 13 Eg.? Each 39c TISSUE Clifton 5 Rolls 25 ( RED HOT SAUCE 5 GiNGERALE 10 CHLORITE 1 Quart CRACKERS 2l iL15 c GRAPE FRUIT ?,, 2 10 C 2 CC POTTED MEAT L 5 CLEANSER 1 igh SrlO c TOMATO JU Scau10 c TOMATO PASTEfUO c SPAGHETTI TriO c CLOCK BREAD \'Z 9 C Wilson's Certified Tenderized .First Slices Pound Half or Whole Pound Lamb Leg Lb 28c Shldr. Roast, Lb. Hens and Fryers BEEF ROAST Chuck or liriskct 1'ound Thick Uib Pound Chops I'ound v 9w Roast ' I'ound Slew Pound Dressed Buffalo, Lb. . Select Oysters, Pint. Spanish Mackerel, Lb. Red Snapper, Lb. . Catfish Steaks, Lb. . Fresh Shrimp, Lb. Ground Beef, Lb. Sliced Pig Liver, Lb, 15c T5c Country Club Porkle, 16-oz can IQc Weiners and Franks, Lb, 20c Bacon Fancy Sliced Pound

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