The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 20, 1938 · Page 3
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THURSDAY; JANUARY 20, "lass • Demoi'i-alic Women']} O ubl e Feature To Hold 1)isiM<:i ( . Film Wedding Rabbi Moi-ton J. Colin 1 To Speak Here Sunday j BLYTJIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS At the Hospitals PAGE THKEE Meeting Wednesday Mrs. R. S. Sternbtrg, clialrmp.n of the Hist District, Arkunsns Democratic Women's Club, has announced that the group's annutl meeting will be held at Forrest City next Wednesday. Miss Suzanne' Clmlfunl Ughton ol T-'ayelteville. ,':talc cliairinn:!, v.-ill be the iirhu-lpa] speaker of the program. Her subject will 1> The meeting '.sill open v, p ith a luncheon, to be lic'tt ul Aycori •> restaurant, and the Lupine:;:! M - :icn will b,' held at tlie court | In J. U; Hicks, oi l/>ne Oak, was | Inken to the Hlytheville hospital to-i caliaboralion wllh the Union | day In n Hniina nmbnluncr. {» ^ All of /" no. then M to send the clubs throughout .saR are oxppcteil 1 - 1 .^ and a jm.ji'.^r <jf date ofTicers will p.lso be- pies- int. • Wrs. Stcrnbere, ',!' atlilillim to l:c-iiu distrirt cl'.tL'ir.au, ::; rhuir- man of the state uoynniiuei 1 on i<visions and i evolution:;. Mrs. Roy. Stanley Heads Home Economics Council n/\RUTHERSVILLE.-Mo., Jan. 20 —Mrs. Roy Stanley, of the Stanley i community extension clab, was, elected president of the I'omlscot county home economics club council at the annual meeting here Wednesday. The council is coin- posed of presidents of county extension clubs. Eighteen women \vcre present al Hie meeting, held with Miss IjOrene. Dryden, home demonstration agent. Other olucers elected were: Mrs. T. P. McCloskey, Braggadocio, vice president; Mrs. W. R. Statlmm. Cottonwooci. secretary; Mrs. C. E Slielton, Ingram Ridge, cliild devel- 'opinent chairman; Mrs. W. E. Taylor, Gibson, reporter; Mrs. B. M. >.. Fciwlkes. Caruthersvilln, c o u n t of American Hebrew Congregations, n national center ol modern Jewish life, wltli its heiutriuiulcrs In Cincinnati, Oho. n public educational program will be part ol tlie services ut Temple Israel. Sunday. Jan. 23. fit 3 p.m., H.ibbi Herman Pollack has announced. llabbl Morton J. Colin, southwest regional director unil secretary of Hie iniioii, who is now on a speaking tour, will deliver the address, u.slne us'his topic: "Tomnmnv's Clmfk-iiise to the Jew of Today." linbbl Colin Ims imule tin extensive lour IhroiiBhoul the South, stiuly- iii" tin- life ot Jewry In this area. In his address, liablii Colin will point out: "Those factors In our world of today which do violence to prophetic justice and righteousness will ultimately do violence to the Jew. Tliere is no cure for th< pain ol tlie Jew short of curing tin [Mins ol all Immunity. 1*1 the Jew therefore, EI'C clearly his obligation to light on tlie side ol [icace agains war, of democracy against fascism, f social justice against economic nUK-racy, and of civil liberty ainsi intolerance and oppression. Die success or failure of Jewish fe In America must ultimately be lensurcd in these terms . . ." Harold Sudbury, who was serl- msly Injured in the. highway m'cl- Icnt fiuntliiy, was removed today rom the Hlyllievllle hospital to Ills, lome In a Holt ambulance, j Miss Agnes Bailey is a patient nl :hc St. Joseph's hospital, M'.'inpliis. Mrs. Tom Lewis, of Cooler, Is a' [i.'Ulent at the Memphis Methodist liospltal. John W. Kdrtllgton, of O:x:eola, has been admitted to tin: Memphis hospital. C.Tindle,who recently underwent a sinus operation ut the Methodist hospital in Memphis, is much Im- [iroveil 'today. Eugene Bomar was removed from the Blytlicvllle hospital to his home at, Dell today In a Holt ambulance. Looking into the future from iheir San Francisco hotel win- .clow wore James Dunn, film star id amateur airplane pilot, nnd actress bride, Frances Giford, as this picture of them was ikon on iheir honeymoo.i after n elopement from Hollywood, 'hey were married in Yunui, lanned to return to Him work, 'game, leader; Mrs. H. A. Smothers, New Survey, county song leader. A program was discussed ant planned for the year, setting out individual tasks and goals for each month. . .J' REDUCE SAFELY Says Noiod Authority Go to Klrby Bros., and get ft box of Kock-A-Wiiter Tablets. Reduce in nounds In 11 days. 'Hilrty-day treatiueiiL only »2JTO, and gitaran- Iced to make you lose fat without dieting. —Adv. .Jet is a variety ol coal. CAHI) or THANKS Mr. an;l Mrs. C. G. Hires, How- nt ami Pauline wish to express heir sincere appreciation for the kindness shown to them during heir recent bereavement. Drs. Wert & Werl OPTOMETRISTS Over Joe Isaacs' Store "WE MAKE 'EM SEE" I 1 hone 640 Hold Funeral Services For Mrs. Mary Martir CAKUTHEIiSVILLE. Mo., Jan. 2 —Funeral services lor Mi's. Mar Alice Martin. 47. of Ha.vti. wer lield Wednesday afternoon at th First Baptist church, the Rev. D. !• lister, pastor, conducting the .sei vices. Interment was in Little Pra rie cemetery. Mrs. Martin,'who lived 'in til city.prior to her marriage in If! andjfometiine ; following.,their mar riagp w'uio «M r - 'Martin, was en |)loyjd "Jlife,' uied' Sunday at'K / lionie In'••Hay 11 after a week's 'il'lne. of pneumonia. Surviving, besides her husban ' Jiimes M. Martin, of Hayti, are one j brotlier, R. C. Williams; and four sisters Mrs. I'earl Crockett and Mrs. May Collins of Portagcvillc, Mrs. Ona. Smothers of Benton, 111., and Mrs. Phelps of Ca[>e Girardean. Phipps' Address Will Be At Open Meeting Tlie address of W. E. Phipps of Little Rock, Statp Commissioner of Education, at the meeting of the County Council of Parents and Teachers at tlie Senior High School tcmorrow morning at 11:00 o'clock is open to tlie public. Mr. Phipps will discuss the "State's Program for Consolidation of Small Schools". Parent Tea cli e r Associations throughout th e comity are expecle< to send representatives to the al day meeting. Lunch will be served :it the American Legion hut. ight Per Cent Dividend For Bank's Depositor CAIlUTHERSVlMjE, Mo., Jan. 2 Checks totaling $23,607, represen ng the final payment of slight iver eight per cent of the defunct Jitl/.ens Trust company, have been •wiled to depositors and other cred- icrs over this territory, Morrell DcRclan, deputy state commissioner a charge of th e defunct institution, nnouiicccl yesterday. Checks range from one cent to .GOOD, DeReign said, and there were pproximately 600. This is the third lividend paid under the direction f DeRefen, who has been in charge if the bank since 1033, which closed vlarcli 10, 1930. The first three divi- lends were for 12 per .cent each, a 'ourlh for 10, percent, and this •resent one. the last, for ei^ht per cut, making a total of about 54 per :ent realized by depositors and oth- r creditors, except preferred claim- nits, who were [laid some time ago nder court order. . •flie Anal step.in clearing up the 1'ITalrs 'of the bank (ind closing its • jccivership was taken this month •hen DcRcign sold at auction $14G,- 00 worth pi 'paper", owned by ' lie bank, to a St. Louis attorney or $155. Dnrlns the early days of lite Vorlil War, sea lions were trained 3 track submarines. Read Courier News Want Ads. UDHEY ACIDS: fou Must Kcci> Them Flushci Cut if Ynu Would Enjoy Cuoil Health If badly functioning kidney ausc you to get up two or thre imcs a night and your hack ?hcs together with acidity, itch- n<r and smarting, probably all you iced is a uooil kidney stimulant nd diuretic. Nowadays thousands of wise .mcricaiiK at the first sign of Kiclty and Bladder disorder, start a k i n B goon old RAMON'S SHOWN IE PILLS for the kidneys, 'liey cost, but 35 cents, and must e good or druggists wouldn't .sell o many of them. Leuiis Hunter BRAND KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY ••_ ftMM, A PLANJ FAMOUS THROUGH 75YEARS The Slierbrook Distributing Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Distributors Moon Distributing Co., Lttle Hock, Ark. Western Arkansas Distributing Co,, Fort Smith, Ark, ATTENTION LADIES | PRICES FOR STUDENT BEAUTY WORK Hair Dye With Set .'.51.511 Henna Pack, Shampoo included 7!iO Colitr Itlnses lOc & 2Sc Facial 50c & 7. r )0 Manicures ' 25c Oil Manicures 500 llrow & l-ash Dye Me Arch Ific Shampoo, Set & Dry ..l!5c Wi-t Set "C Hair Cut 15e Neck Clip 11 C Oil Sliamiioo Me Oil Treatment 75c I'ermanents $1.00, S1.1!) I'ermaneiits S2.50, 53.30 All Work Is Under the Supervision Of Our EXPERTS AND IS GUARANTEED You nliiy Enroll in Our Bcinity_Sc-hool Now! NOTICE Miss llaicl I.ucas is now connected wllh the Rigle •Shoppc and will be glud to have Iier customers call tor the same careful attention and prices as before. Ucauty on her Eagle School of Beauty Culture Cooper Hliig. 2nd &. Walnut I'horte 31!) Sliccials for Friday & Siiturdnv PEACHES. AI'l'LES Choice, Evaporated, CAMPBELLS TOMATO JUICE, 50 Ol Can Tomatoes, Hominy Kraut, Corn, Spinach, COFFEE, VAC. Kite Price, 3 rounds . CANOVA SALAZONE SALAD Dressing, !i SHORTS, <M NICE ANI> FRESH! •JUJ1TS & PRODUCK *fMt fix* MAUKKT SPECIALS LIVER CHEESE 9ft,. Sliceil, !.b £UC FHANKS OK 17 | / WEINEKS, Mi ...I I /-C PORK SAUSAGE ICO % Pure, I.I). . SMOKED HACON 15c 19c 15c LEKI-' HOASTS Fey. K. C. Clmck, Lb. MUTTON OR 17 I/, VEAI. CHOI'S, I.b.lti 'PORK UVER OR SNOOTS, I.b. ... I>OT ROASTS Fancy Quality I.I lOc PEANUTS Salted or Candy, Lb PALM OLIVE SOAP 3 for PURE LARD S I.lis. ORANC.ES Juicy, Florida, doz LETTUCE, Fresh, r Crisp. Large Heads —OC TOMATOES -I n \ /_ fey Firm Riire I.bl£/-C GRAPEFRUIT c 1 Q Slarvli seedless 0 for 1*JC APPLES Fey Red O r. I arge Delicious u for J C CABBAGE Toy Green Heads POTATOES Clean, Red, 10 Lbs. COUNTRY EGC.S BUTTER 19c 25c lOc 17c 89c Tl nllD GUARANTEED rLUUn P.KTTK.K VALUES KROGER sPIGGLYWIGGLY STORES HriKlivl ThlHt Hill RTKAK '''"'w-Sr'or' r '"' !< '' > " l ' 1 '' Vmt * C1<)(1 » l r l Hound n Arm "" r Stnr Hiiilins'' lii. '•!>• 1 ' 1 '- M). Lb. lOc 17lc 20c 25c 35c Fancy S Cheese (Jt'ii nine Wis., 1,1). Now York, II) ..... Very Sltarn iffo, II) Philadelphia, 2 for l'"> 1 ' Fresh Fish OYSTHKS, 1H ..... !!i>t Sl'lLVls HADDOCK, II) ..... 17i 'I'ontlt't'loin Pan Trout, II). Pears No. 2'/i C:ins tome Lard I'livc or Compound Ib. lOc Stuffed Crabs :i vr 25c Pickles Dill or Sour 11 I'm- lOc Ham anil Cbcese U). 29c Jumbo, tb Cooked, lit Cnl l''ish Steaks, Ib 28c Tasty Loin, Ib 2 Lobsters, Cooked. II) .'Kic mmmmmi Sliinditrd Sl aWMHMWMBMM^MaMM^MMK^MB 1 Stlinditl'd Slrllirr | , PigLiver S lOc Beans r-j Gelatin Dessert (i Fruit Flavors ,'! For Stnniliiid No. 2'/2 (/HUH ,'t l-'or No. 2 Cnns 35C|2forl5c 13C| Catsup Frn/icr's M Ox. Bottle 3 for 25c Avonilalc SALT •25 Lb. H»l* CHARCOAL DUCKETS HEAL, Fresh Cream, It's Hotter 21 Lbs 29c 49c I Lbs. 55c PROMPT DELIVERY SERVICE SUGAR. 5 Lbc. 5. COCOA Pure A: FEEDS & TONICS for Hvrslnrt « tl(1 poul'ry- C° nl - ,-lolc lii"- '« licllcr Pr'ccs- A Ficc copy Bi«« care and Fccil Happy Family. —PHONE :!3I Tp ||. VANB1BBKR, Prop. 111 E. MAI Coffee SLIO!light I.b 20c SpotliKlil 3 l.bs. ..r,7c Country Club <W French Hranil, I.b. 2 I,idle King Plain or SclMiisin<£ ^l l.Ijs. Thin-Sikn Juicy Florida Doz. 15c ••••••HiBHHBB Texas Seedless Grapefruit 3 for lOc SOAI' I'OWDKIl I-»f. I'kK- Kit'; Sni. 1'hB. 2 for . • oc iMO'I'OK Oil,, 8 t|1. QQC Ciin Thrift Lube BABY FOOD, Gcv- ^ftC iicr's AH-Vari.c, Can W 10 l TUKNU'S, \Villi Tops, Hunch . .. MUSTARD, or Tur- CC nip Greens, Bunch . . v BROCCOLI, Fresh Lgc. Bunches ..... Cluck 20 0^_ Loaves 2 for 15c P. and G. Giant Si/.e liars 3 for lie (l)oz. :!7c .Tonalhon 2 Doz. 15c Apples Extra Large Size 2 for 5c Potatoes U. S. No. 1 Red 10 Ibs. 19c > a » i i"" i»»i Sweet Potatoes Jrussel Sprouts C ,T 12^0 A . Small, Tender • I IT I 111 7^P Carrots '".rr- bunch 5c LD - *# Fresh Green Pon nil 5c Cherries •, No. 2 Cans iV<. For Pica ~-'\ 2 for 25c •^•••••••^^B Eatmorc Oleo Lb. 15c Delicious .luntbo Stalks, Ka. 71c

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