The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 8, 1934 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 8, 1934
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nro •|fr§. Ejdfington Ej Navies'Chairmen b- For Seal Sale '"OSCEOLA, Ark — Miss Earle .Cumbers,. of Ljtlle Rock, executive • secretary" of the state tub«r- B}(06ls utoclation, held a con- Ittrenef to0ay of chairmen and tuberculosis, seal workers at the jrtub room iii Ihe Osceola court JJWXse. Mrs. .John Edrington, Tu- fmcuioUs S«al Chairman for low- Mississippi county, appointed following assistant chairmen In Ihclr rc-speclli'e locall- , M f.tunBii,' Mrs. Leona Forrester; •Carson, Mrs. Cordla Thompson; rtazlei, Mrs, C. S. Neal; Osceola, Mrs C C. Bowcn; Nodcim, Mrs. Cplvin Lynch; Kclser, Mrs. R. II. •Robinson; Joiner, Mrs. J. W. Wil- ',4?r, West Ridge, Mrs, C. J. ftnd- •*ison; Hotelier, Mrs. Emma Shcl- •;t«n; Wilson, Mrs. D. N. Morris, )M1&> Edna Hughes, nnd Mrs. iQ*orgla Simmons; Stillmnn, Mrs. •Chas Woodruff; Round Lake, jj&i Natalie Bowcn: Luxora, Mrs, iJW Hires; Marie, Mrs. Nlnti Blcil- ioce, Dyess' colony, Mrs. Salyers; JWhitton Mrs. G. A. Looncy. , w ,Mr6. Joe K. ; Milchcll was clccl- <ad publicity chairman for lower '|tfissls>lppl county. I»!A theme song for llic seal sale [hits oeen comiwscd by Ruby Envln jiipingslon'-and Kate Straus Shlu- •wy and dedicated to the Sccre- J.jary, Miss' Chambers. The sone (& entitled "March of the Clirlst- •was Seal." Mrs. Edvlngt«!\ ex- Jjiressed a desire to linvc this song 111 all grade and high schools ughout lower Mississippi coun- and : copies will lie furnished schools., HmvWiieTallcs" With Hauptmann (ABK.) COURIER NKW8 Mrs. Annie Trowbridge of Braggadocio Dies Mix. Armic A. Trobi'ldge. 25, o[ Braggadocio, Mo, died at ihe Hly- Ihevlllc hospital yesterday at 8 p. ni. o'clock, Her death wux nl- trilnik'd to complications resulting from Appendicitis. Fimaral fervid 1 * wciv Held today nnd Interment was iiuule at n •anuiliersvllle, Mo., ccmflc-ry. The. lev. Mr. Cooper, pastor of Hie '•hiirch of aocl, officiated. Tiic b. i Moss Undertaking company was 11 charge of funeral Hi'mugPiiU'iit.s. Mrs. Trowbrldtie is survived i>v icj- ItiHsbuiid. w. V. TjoH'brhtgc. hiee clilltlren, lier mother, mul 'ii Iji'othcis mid jifstpr.s. Use of coal was forbidden in London-In 1300 Because the smoke contaminated the atmosphere. Tills screonod Iiooth was caiicclnl- ly couslruclcii In Ilia ilimterdou County Jail HI Flocnlngloti, N. J., lo niako sure tlitvl nothing except words imsscd bohvco/i Ilruiio llaiipliiiami mill Ilia wlto during lior dally vislta. A girl shows bow conversation Is carried on. Hauiil- nianu Elanus bclilnd Ilia eteel, door In back o( tlio box nnd npotilc» through tha_^vlndow, I Noble Arranges for Fresh Sea Foods „ fresh sea foo<i delicacies ;not, 'heretofore available in Blylhe- be served In llic Hotel No- ----- Market in New Orleans. '.I, Mr. Noble said lhat through Ihls 1 arrangement he would not only be ;~»ble to sen- a' sea 'food fresh from iVthe Gulf bul. Hint lie could secure '.a *ider variety and lilghcr grade ;^than is usually offered through rcg- .lular marketing channels. Fresh i,*nrimp and'crabs, snapper, sheciis- ••head and pompano will be includ- |;«d in the hotel's menu tomorrow ;_but it is planned to offer additional >*sea food items in a short lime. •-^Braggadocio News <A"Mlks Viola. Bennett, who hns ;-b*en \lsithig. Miss. Eyelyn Myers, ,.C/ Atnorjv Mlss.f-Trctitrried to her "home here lost Wednesday. p Miss Grace Croii'c, who has jTiccn taking n beauty course in ..Memphis, fell. and broke her nrin .-recently she arrived .home lasl 'Thursday to rest n few days and ,J*ill return to Memphis Saturday "to continue lier course. " i§- James Pullem Is now employed y George Byers.. Howard Busselle' nnd John Oaks rri\ed here Friday to spend the \eck end visiting M rs . j. w . Huner and family and Mrs. Bussclle ;.hey left, again Sunday for Mem.^J 115 ' * hc ^ c tlle y nrc employed. Miss Riindolph left' Friday af- .Jeriioon for her home In Sikeston ••Mo, spending the week end with "^relatives. S,^; Misses Sylvia Htickabn, Roberta .Denton, Flora Bea Kclrscy, spent ••Wednesday night with Miss Nora JThtvfs. .»!Mr and Mrs. H. D. Long hnvc <b«n visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tim ,,^^^ r ^- ®^ Joppa, in. They rcturti- ,^d home Monday. <s,.Mlss Beatrice Holt, who hns '^oeen visiting in sikeslon, rclurn- ,£fl home Wednesday. She wns ac- ,*ompanlcd by Ji, ck wilkerson, of • Cteceola, who stopped here for a ,h)s homo from Charleston, where li e -n &ccn *' IUl hls taUl "', who *» in. .'"tMiss- Lucille ,cro«-c has returned t iomc after a visit with relatives "Hi ParagouM, Ark ^•Mlss Jewell Lewis returned Sun- Itfr' ^ *- SltE<I . " vrccfc "''"' '^urg, Tcnn', • ' •* '""""" Flora Bca Kclra with Svlv visltirt • ' of Carulhcrs- _/ . •-. —••&. "* viuuuicrs- ,"° n l n r i '\. niehl ' H< = wi " bc id uncle Johnson , ' u Bas Jo .Uie remainder of this week Tala " d Nfclt r- ~ —'""•' ni °rnlng. .-._„,, crowe and small se Iccompaned by frtod," ,* Li.i,''^, 7 „ spcnl ' " sll <"'l- Hi Dogwood Ridge L. E. T'ull. of BlyUicrlllc. wil preach November U at 11 a.m., »n<l J. T. Henfro, paslor of Second ii-,i\i- Usl church, oi Blythcvlllc, wlV prcncli ut 2:30 p.m. the wiiiic riii}' A cordial welcome is extended. 'Ilic entire sundiiy school (illoiKl- ed the church services al the Scc- siy uUcrnoon and worked on u <iullt to bc (<ivcii »Wi\y for the benefit of Ihe Sunday school. Mr. nnd -Mrs. David Smith spout Sunday -wllli Mr. nnd Mrs. Sunford Smith. Mrs. W. C. Burks was the i\mA of her daughter, Mrs. Ira Kooncu, last week, Mrs. Lane bc(;iiii Hie school session at Clear Luke Monday. Mrs. OrvUlc Gnrrctl lind b:iby *nt the week end with her parents, Mr. nnd Mre. K. E. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Alberl Payne ami Mr.' and Mrs. John Burks .spent Sunday afternoon- In Promised Laud. j Bethany F*ught,- who Is attrad- igj-A. and M. college at Joucsboro, s|>chl Ihe week end at home. Misses Nora Pnync mid Joyce Spraybcrry spent Sunday with Miss Altona Barker. Norman Hicks, Democrat, Is Holland Constable HOLLAND. Mo.—Normun Hicks, Democrat, dcfcnk'd 0,-tivin Wilm\,^ Ucpnbllcnn, for consliibli' hurt- n Tue.sdny'K gencnil cJcclion, and -Hllier lliiyc.s, Ucmccml. \ras cl- clcd JusilK.- ol tlio poari- vsjtlioul opposition. ..,• - WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- WITHOUT CALOMEL And You'll Jump Out of Bed in the Morning Rarin' to Go It ycm fed aour and tunl: and the wnrld Inoki punk, dew'tea-allow a lolof jalu rain. *ral water,oli.lanUvuc*n<ly or c}jcwlni.'vufu •ml ci|H'<-t liieiii lo make you aurMenly 9wt< i :nd buoyant nml lull o/aurMhiue. 1'or they can't do H. Tliey only uiovo Iho towdi umi a mere uiovrrncnt dueju't ytt ht Ihp The K-a»ott for your down-and-out IcdiiiB [a your llvrr. It iliovild nou; out U-u pouuils o! ll'iuid tillo Enlo youi Vowda d^ily. II IMi t-tlo 1» »ot (lowtny freely, your (ooii lloi^n't iltlic^t. It |int dcraya in Iho boweta Csi bLoaU up your stomach. Vou have u tlifcic, dad (uttg UTK! your F>iejilli [a foul akin ufltn bnaV:A out [n okroUhea. Yfluc Lcaii &rhc^ am) you Ircl down und out. Your wbolo kyilein la Jtolaonc-d. , It utca tlioie sood, old CAIlTlIil's LlTTLt! I.IVKR J'JI.I.S to t «t tliog tw° nuunils of bile Howies Iteely and make you led "un aid u|i." 'J'hoy cor.Uld 'vondeitul, harinlM^, E^nllu vi'^til&i^e ciiracls, amazjbir when LI nitnps lo ma.!vii>K the bile flqw IfCely,' ]lut don't B*k for liviT[>LI La. Ask for Cattcr'a LaltlQ l.ivrr rilla. l.ook fo; the mm? Catler'a IMlt U'ifT Fills on thfi rcti latjpl. IU«ent a •ubililuu/^ocatd/usataces. OI931C.M.Co Alberta May Develop Immense Oil Field EDMONTON, Alia. (UP) — One of Ihe world's largest oil fields soon nmy be ' devefoi>eci In fur northern Alberta. Such 1.1 (he hope of Albertn of- Ikinls, who in-edict. thnl if present oxperiiiicnte Are us successful corn- mcrclnlly. ns llicy have been on smnll scales, Die British empire may obtain complete independence in Its oil supply. The rast sand and tur ilcixjsits near McMurrny. Ala., for jcars a crptlc puzzle lo geologists, now threaten to yiqld nil under the treatment of Mnn Buil, a Denver Colo., engineer. Ball has developed ;i process to separate hydricarbons and nonessentials from (he tur winds. A pilot plant has been established in Toronto nnd is lo lie followed by a refining plant. Tlic McMurrny mud-tar field extends over 15.000 square miles varying in thickness from 150 to 220 feel. The sand contains from 15 to 18 per cent bJlimieii, or .-«phallic material. The field has the appearance of a giant desert over which has been spilled the gushers of a forest at oil wells. '.:; M r s Fra " lt Lo" who has been ill Is much Improved Mr »nd Mrs John Wallace and Mr and Mrs Peek Dye and chil- nrtn drove to Memphis Sunday Mr and Mrs SVallace \lslted vela- Uves (\ho are ill "Misses Dorothy Moore, Madylin fcrid PMandJ shrdlu etaoin mb Dodd, Madyllnc Bough and Ode!' IXxJd visited here Saturday. MAbOIVS MtET TONIGHT ' The Chlckasawba lodge;' No. 131 T-" and A, M meets tonight, J:30 o clock, In a slated communication. Masons are welcome. Art,'.. Shivering with Chilis Burning with Fever Sure Relief f or Malarial Don'l u-y liomcmiicic liwimenis or newfangled remedies! Take tint good old Glove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. Soon you will lie yourself aenin, for Grove's Taslcless Chill Tonic not only relieves llic symptoms of Malaria, bill destroys the Infection tt.sclf. Tlie lastelcssJqimimc in Grove's Tasteless . Chill Tonic ' kills the MaUrial infection In (he blood while the Iron It contains Iralla'; lip the blood lo overcome (he effects ol (he dlsedfc and fortify against further attack. The l«<i- lolrt cITcct is absohilcly necc.ssnrj to (he overcoming of Malaria. Besides being a dependable remedy .cr Malaria, Drove's Taslelcss chll Tonic Is nlso an excellent Ionic ot general use. Pleasant to lake and absolutely harmless. Sale lo Jive children. Get a boltle today al any drug stove. Now two sizcs-SOc and $1. Tiie SI size contains 2',; times as much as the 50c size ana gives you 15% more for vour The Corcletle: A 'l-i-yeli'tlr Tie. .vliriu-n in ,|K r* f \ p* Brown or Uluck Kill. HH:K- >li. U» Vj L_ ccl Viimp. C'onliiienlul t\Vtft\Jtf - llcel. " " Archer Sheer Chiffon Hosiery? 89do $1.65 Good Shoes and Hosier To The Epicurean Knowing That the lies! Is None Tim Com) for Our Pulrims, We.Arc Happy lo Annuiince a Con- ncclion With (he ,St-a Food Dcnitrl- menl oT the Old French Market ' in New Orleans Whereby All Sea l-'ood Served ;it the Hotel Noble Will Be Km nished Direct From Thai Paiiimm illarla-l un,V,y,,u, UK ' U ' ailOKi: ott 5EA rooli DiNNlill TO; MOUiOW-r--lllO,\V. -SERVED BOTH AT NOON ANI> vvn.V SOMKr " 1NO NEW AND OEBTAINLY AM • ' N nBLKCTABLE TOO" IN T'ilS TliU- 'Hiosi' groHl liiK. <lrjliciuii.s Shrinip, Sweet iiiul nutritious Crab Moat, Choice Red Snapper, Sheciwliead and 'Hie Greatest of all Sea Food l ) oni|)aiio Broiled To A Turn. Prices ;i la Carte or Table d'llotc Your jiatronagt! will be appreciated fur this new NOBLE feature. Yours for better food, Crawford Noble. THUKSDAY, NOVEMBEK 8, NRA COMPARE ALL OUR PRICES NRA LIBERTY CASH GROCERS f«»to«m ««,(«» ,'„ o« r 8t, m ~G uarmimt n Oiime, („ the fmuu l Specials tor Friday, Saturday and Monday 1i TB ft 1 Y1 V> V t B Tyx ^^—^ ... 5c STRING HANS Sunrise Oil) SUGAR Pure Clrtie. . 1'uper 10 Pounds CANOVA COFFEE Lb. "ITSURK1SGOOD COFFKK" 29c Kruil Dozen Chum BANANAS" mm_ __ FLOUR ^;Si^^c 211 ' i;: 85c APPLES Tall Can Oclidous. Exd-it [''ancy. l^iirij'e Si/u. Kitcli BACON 4c Mori-ell's. In the Piece Pound 21 c CRACKERS ~ Phillips 3 Cans Pride of liox I7c 18c CELER^^ f ^_^" ilm s^ k » gic 16c CHEESE BEECHNUT CATSUP Full Cream . I'mmil Snashetti, Can - ... ije Catsup, Large Kollle - - l()c Spag, or aiaearuni. Lb. 12!/ z c Ruby Mottle JJRESSINC Table Garden - • y, l>t. 8 c;.,l'l. Me; Ql. BEEF TENDERLOIN Fresh Pound 25c LARD lit'st Compound Pound lie INSTANT POSTUM Small Can Large Can - CRAPE'NUTS CHITTERLINGS' Package 17 c I'ork. Krcsh OJL*» I'otuul O-:U GRAPE NUT FLAKES lOc Small J'kg. - - - lOc Large I>kg. lac NECK BONES Fresh and Meaty ff _ f'otiiul O V raMMMfeiis_ Half ur Whole. Jii^UE IJUNNY, Pound MOHK'GOQ]), GRAPEFRUIT PIG TAILS - 1'Jc 22c 15c KARS or SNOUTS I'niind .StflkeJy's Finest 1'iirge l-t-Qz. Holile 12 Ounce Each OCTAGON Wiishinj; Powder 5 Small SALT MACKEREL lie New Stock Eath 6c WTETAPIOa nPI7I^ nninm I Roscdale I.arjje 2|/ 2 Can 16c Package K. C. BEEF ROAST, Maxwell House Coffee 12c VITA FRESH I• "GOOD TO THE LAST I)I«)P"L|). SPINACH Fresh and Tender Pound 3c Cobblers Pound GROUND BEEF Or Hamburger *7JL*k I'onncl / 2 C Nancy Hall «V^ _• Pound fcV Lean KnA Cuts 4 C ** Ponnil XOC ' Riinu-r--Lanc. The Coffee of lhe- Season. Lb. Can /»-l'b. /IOC Can 46 MIIK 1>et ' '• il)1)y '"' Sm ' 7r* ''««••• C/v •1'llL/lV Cirrnatinn w \t O \r POTTEOEAT _ 2 c ~ 5c BOLOGNA Wl ™ {8 <ir PItAPBN l s 12jc COm^ 1 ^ Hi ^ ld can 30c YIMA_SAUSAGf CARROTS Can Fresh and Fancy |? x Iliiiu-h - 9 C (i-Lli. QIC / Can 01 / GINGER ALE 21-0/,. liollle .Each 9c Snowdrift PORK BRAINS MKINGPOWI^ PANCAKE FLOUR, VEAL ROAST Pillsbury's lOc *»2 C ORANGES Do/.en 15c Sliindard Nn. 2 Can 8c SKINNERS ^ aroni, Siiughclti nr K. 7-o/. PU.t- 7c Texas (Jreen I'c.nnil •lie MF TOMMS MILK I'Vesh I'oiind 15c C'Hlagc or Van Cami> Large in- (> Small Cans LIBBYS SPECIALS I'iiR'aiiph', i\o. 2 Can 17c I'incaiiplc, 2^ Can - Utc 1'eaclicv' 2'/ 2 Can - iSc UA Clierru's 2'/z Can 25c t''ruif Salad, 2 '.-$ can 20': Apricots, 2Vt Can . 2,'Jc Tomato Juki 1 , iS'o. 1 Can ~c Pickles, Sweet i'lain w Mixed. 22-oz. Jar - 23 t - Pound Can 31c PRUNES 2a-U. Box K. C. T-lione Pound 25c HUMKO •l-l'OHNI) CAKTON S-f'OUNJ) CARTON - OYSTERS Halliniure Kclucl Pint 25c Palmolivc or Camay '»ars 13c BUTTER American Maid Pound 28c RIVH SPANISH iMACKKHEJ,, Poiinil - B*B.\fll riimfrciTT CA'l MSII, Pound DEL MONTE SPECIALS Sweet Pickle Peaches, No. 2^ du\ .. 27c Fruit Cocktail, No. 2% Can 33c Prunes, Prepared. No. 2 1 A Can 18i: Pineapple, Crushed. No. 2*/ 3 Can .. 19c Wb, 11) 12V/c; Slew. lliO'^C 30c (MftANUTS^ F ""u 5c POTATOES r ?j APPLES ^".T MACKEREL "'•'""'^ 21 c rii\T/ilr. Mustard, Warn). (Jt. Jar - 9c l/ANUVA »!ack I'ei.pcr, W Lb. Can - .Uc . vru 'Y-' n -..Boston Cocoa, i/ 2 Lb. Can - 9c CTlF'f'I k T Cl ' ; ^>*yohn8isie'i i - : -l > int•'- - •'-•'•-T--S!3c Ji it LrUALI^ L; «'y Alice Coflee, Lb. - - 23c .-"Lady Alice Coffee, .'/ 2 l,b.-. 13c CCCOMUT "T'S,.^ lOc SWEET POTATOES' PORK CHOPS Or Chops 4 f\n rotincl JLUC $1.45

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