The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 10, 1938 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 10, 1938
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1938 Accused In Shooting of Lee Wilson Company Farm Manager Vernon Phillips, 37, ami Joe Gooeli. 24. are in jail (it Oscwla charged .wit)) assault with intent to kill following the wounding of l.ymi Tranum. farm mannger for the Wilson company, who was shot last ntglit after lie was called Into (lie yard from his home near / Marie. <»/' I'hllllns, using a shotgun, is al- 'i fcgctl to have fired several shots nt rramim but only one diu much damage ns the men were tmlte a distance from the house, officers raid. One shot penetrated bis forehead and several others grazed his clothing. Tlic wound is not expected to prove serious. H is saiti that Tranum and the •wo men, who live on the rehabilitation farms near Marie, had n minor business difference recently Both liad been drinking last night' officers said. ' Deputy Sheriff John P. Roin- miller. of Osccoia. said the men would probably be given n bear- m B tomorrow. They were arrested by Sheriff Hale Jackson and Rein- imller at n o'clock. The shooting took place shortly after 8'30 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Osoeola Society — Personal l«l bv D, S. Limey. Tlie ncv. John Sclmell. pastor of the Chris Troy OlmlLsl!, Mrs. Albeit - .... ens, Koy Goodwin ami Mis cluii'cli, flct«l ns school mas- Mnry Goodwill of Jackson Mu l:f ami master of the cantost.' Miss Mary Elizabeth aiiHlbh c:f Mivsorfi Huiion, high school sc-; Jackson, niece of Judge Gladish, )>lor, jpoVe on Ueiijnmlt) Frank- who lins spent the past two weeks U l> C Meets ' The recently 'organized U, D, 1 C, •IraptCT Including women hi the i> ,n . ^ceo'a, Wilson, Bassetl and >"- \'n ' can Point section hold their see- » , ,"T end meeting In the Pro^e.Sve ."° ;l ,7' "?' "? Cluh rooms on Tuesday" after- % ' nal ' ollnl Illa »'™S>'i>.« "> lln, coi'tlimhi 1 ' the scries of essays Riven by the high school students 'I ''oil meeting. Klehanl Cm-goi) of Jr,nrs|;oro, and Louis Nash of Flytl'evlllc wr-i-e visitors. . hotc. returned lo home (hem John Douglas, who has been confined to his home for two weeks with inuen?a, Is able to sit I'SBeant. [ Mr. aiiil Mrs. Amlcrs m eciiiit, arranged and ran of Memphis spent (he week- W. E. Muni, In- end with the parents of the hU- lons chairman cf lor. toV. and Mrs. Alvis Taylor. Cli;b, wns the 1 MM, l/>iils Applebiiiini of lilythc-- of the monthly vllle, visited her parents, Mr. ami mcetins at the gr'iule Mrs. A. Weiiiberu, Wcdiiesduy. iiesday afternoon. Those 1 Mrs. Hardlti liostlck is it pn- klnu the purls were Mrs. Jimmic' llcnl In the Haptisl hospital this father of Mrs.' Dora" Mertli' ami' X K ',' U "-T, Blu ' I)llra Banks ' 1>e " vl wwk ' v«'-s En Piklns Mrs w nn r i ' ltl ' rl S il1 ' Martha Jane Cart-,! Mrs. Ula Bailee of Little'Uoc-k, kclt, president 'pavo'a review ,,ru'.' w| "' clclm '" tlllL ' llowcn. Aim eonsulUint nurse with the Arkan- tlic life of Robert F Lee and An ' 'n ' mmfs Dnl ' 1)lors - <"'<> Mm-garet s«s slu'tc board of health, was Here nun AH- i p,. rto ,, Ti , P fnmoiis |)ocm .. ]n Monday and Tuesday, visiting Mrs, f landers riclds," wits given as nil.iicy Hooile Miller, county nurse, by Mrs. CHflllney. other Kml U>e local health o/rice. noon. The clmpter has been named the James Franklin Uavle.s chapter in honor of Dr. J. p. DA- p 'ies, pioneer t'Myslcluiv of the P"->dale and Wilson coinmunitics. drew Jackson. Mrs. J. w, Miller talked on the South before the War, Mrs. S. L. Gladlsh Is cbalr- i-an of the essay contest s»u,)- vod by the naiiotia! orp.nnix.i- ion /or nil lilyli school students. Mrs. Jnmes B. Clark of lilytlicvllle Uale president, talked pn the aims wrl spirit of U. D. C. «Wk. ..,,. ... ,, . ,, , is. U. I.. Cole Hostess. ..panish Art «iis l!ie li'died at y'ie Literary r,ent of the Progressive hich met in the home of L. Cole Mrs. E. features of the program Included! fl reading by Jean Fogg and a sens bv the sixth grade. Plans were discussed for the annual -I'Diiner roundup, Mrs. A. F. Barham gave [i reuorl of the qnnr- 1' HV council meeting in Blythe- i ' l!1 le rnjpjiily. it wns iiimoiinced | tnM nfty-two dollars was real- subject i/fd from the basketball Depart- 'wro.'t the faculty and thi mothers Iliis week, md Klxth grades lied Club M Tuesday afternoon, Undone? award in the gummmr H. Burns as leader, sclion 1 , and the high school award Hie Valenlinc motif was employed Mrs. Oca. May Lose Eligibility For Farm Tenant Loans LITTLE ROCK. Feb. 10 (UP) — Jour of Arkansas' 21 counties eligible for Bankhcad-Jones faun ta,, ant_ loans this year ma v be dis- qyalincd due to tlic small number of tenants applying, it was.dis- closed today. The comities, accordin. to a bulletin from the Farm Security administration here, are Boonc, Lafayette, Marion and Pulaski. Of the !,I48 applicants registered the four lagging counties each have no more than 30. Thomas 13. Patheree. regional chief of the tenant purchase uro- mm of the PSA. said he may ask the state purchase advisory committee to abandon the porgram in the counties where "application;! are not made in sufficient number; lo Indicate a real need or desire for such loans." Officials announced today that February 15 is the deadline'for accepting applications. in decorations and mciit plate. The life and work of Goya was discussed by , Abrey. while Mrs. J. P. ,„., told of tbe wo.-li of Rivera. Attend -T.uncheon I» Kenriett. Continuing the series of attract'"«. norties being given for Miss Virginia Blackwood, whose mar- rii'-se to Jettie Driver will occur in Saturday, was the bridge lun- ?l-eon elven by ^r|•s. Hn) McHan- the refresh- rniiRrments were made for f ant Telephone '3 Ser,yfe«-To Be Lunited :a fA^f'- ""• ,PRATS"WANTS-14 " ' : LITTI.E ROCK. Ark., Feb. 10.— fhe state utilities commission took under advisement, following a hearing at the capitol yesterday, an application of several University of Arkansas fraternities for flat-rate restricted telephone service, eliminating outgoing long distance calls and incoming long distance "collect" calls. Dr. F. C. Putrall. president of the university, and several fraternity house managers testified in support of the petition, explaining that difficulty in fixing responsibility for long distance calls often placed a financial burden on the "frat" houses and clubs because they are held responsible for payment of the bills. Telephone company representatives protested against granting the application on the grounds "that limiting calls from the houses would place a difficult burr 1 "]! on its Fayetteville office. Mo., verc and her mother. Mrs. Belva Vartin, in her liome in Kennett. Tuesday. Pink carnations used throughout the house md bride and groom place cards -rnrkcd the places of guests. Those •i'tending from here were Mrs "uy Bryant, Mrs. Ben Butler Mrs' UT ale Jnckson, Mrs. 'lams, Mrs. C. B. Driver, Wil- Prank Driver, E. S, Driver. Mrs. Dwlght Blackwood, Mrs. K. "-. Talliaferro, Miss Louise Hale ind Mrs. Clarence Wilson of Bly- heville. * * * Mrs. E. S. Driver Entertains. Yellow jasmine was used thru- lit the neiv home of Mrs. B. S. Driver for Ihe bridge party given 7 atiirday afternoon in honor of •liss Virginia Blackivood, a popii games. Befriends Jobless Man And Loses His Pants r bride-elect. In the . Wrs. C. B. Driver won highest ward, with second prize going to <Irs. Herbert Shippen. Gifts were 'resented Miss Blackivood and al- o Miss Louise Hale, who Ls to be ^.arrieci in the late spring. * * * \frs. w. E. Johnson II.-is Club. The Tuesday Bridge club met vith Mrs. w. E. Johnson in the 'lome of her mother, Mrs. Harry Oriver. Tuesday. Mrs. D. S. Laley was the only guest. Club prize '.vent to Mrs. W. W. Prewitt. * « » — totary Has Contest. C. B. Wood, captain of the Ford earn, »-as winner in the unique contest conducted at the weekly meeting of the Rolary club Tues- lay, defeating the Chevrolet (earn BAKERY SPECIALS Friday-Saturday- Sunday All Dav HELENA, Ark. (UP)—Good sa- maritanism cast. Jim Harris, local negro, his trousers, but the evil was remedied in municipal court here this week. Harris complained to Judge Leo J. Mundt that Leroy Johnson, ne- gro, a stranger here, sought d\vell- ing with Harris until he could find work. "I was just trying to help him," Jim told the judge, "and I let him stay." A few.days later Harris returned from work to find his front door pried open, his trousers and some bedclothing missing. Police located Johnson, with the trousers on, and brought hitn to jail. At the trial he was fined S25 for petty larceny. j (. Wrist Traffic Light Devised for Pedestrians EASTHAM, Mass. (UP)_A wrist "traffic light" for night pedestrians lias been .Invented by Frank A. Fuller. ' 14 The light, strapped to the wrist, Is operated by a battery, flashing red or green when the wrist Is raised above the elbow. Banana-Nut Layer Cakes each Coconut-Date Drops, Doz Orange-Cinnamon Rolls, DOT; Coconut Rrownies Do/.. ir 9" ir 18 U 5° 12 C f.e( us make your hirlhday cake. I'honc 110 BLYTHEVILLE BAKING CO. Plain Kolls Dozen Cherry-Nut Bread, Loaf Jewish Rabbi Is To Review Temple's Work A s]>ec!al. service to review the work and the activity of the congregation since September will be ,, ,,„„„, IK . held at Temple Israel Sunday af- the P. T A ' " 1| ' 1K10 » at 3 o'clock. "Six Months The fmirtli 1 ' 11 Review" will be the theme of for the at-j linlio1 Herman Pollack's sermon for rammar ----- — was won by the Seniors. lorhood proups to meet each Wednesday afternoon to fetai in O 'n the natinn-wtde radio program ar- ninBcd by the National Congress Parents and Teachers. Sunbeam Party. Twenty-six members of the Sunbeam Bund of the Baptist w. M. U. wore entertained with a Valentine partv at the Tuesday afternoon, „,,„ „„., George Deer, counselor, assisted by Mrs. Gilbert Mastin, in charge. A postman distributed Valentines I the occasion, in which he will attempt to outline the Immediate tasks facing the- Individual Interested in the welfare and progress of the life of the community. Name Phillips President Of Auto Dealers Group Russell Phillips, head of .... Hhlllips Motor company, was elected .president, of Hie Automobile froni large rated mailbox, to Valentines vors. Dealers Association ,of Illythevllle, c ,'!"' c ' 7 TO in a meeting Monday night. He isiSr™ 5 clec - ted to succeed W. T. Bnr- ''""''netl. who resigned no longer In the automobile busi- attraclively""deco-i ne f- ., .. . . Lolly pops attached I L - G - Nas " ls sccrctnry and were' given as fa-1 ( >'<«siirer of the groii|). George H. Ucei- drove to Little Rock today on business. Tie will . attend the meeting of Hie Childliocd Education Association to be held in Con way at Arkansas State Teachers College, Friday and Saturday. O. B. Segrnves and Mrs Se- gravc-s returned last night from a ten days stay in Hot Springs. Mrs. Hiram Pope returned from Hie Baptist hospital in Memphis where' she has teen a patient for several days. Judec S. I,. Gladlsh and Mrs Gladish hart as their guests Sim- Throat Raw? Catching Cold? Qaretjivhli Xonllc—1 teaspoon orKonllo to Iralf Klnw water, /.mlitltt>.,llima mmcaclire ., 1"V ""," f'?!'"'"'. non-jmli'orioiH uiill- SfftM ilandactl lalMmtory Icsla jirorc tliU. /.oiitto .iKlroj-s nilklmls otcold K mi«r-ol COJitaclt And (l soothes your tlirxxa at the samp llmo. Ymi can lastt imil ailunHu fitl Santles mrdlciaal rlftaf K v hi mny. y'mt . i'? at ,I? ! '','; t ' lk ';- ticl / - 1 " 1 "" al J' 1 "'-' <'™«- Kbln lottayl Oalvle M lain: mid sl.-irt klllina llio «>!<l |}rrnn 111 your throat. UVrr rajllire Hint Zonitt's ji/irt nailti trill pttasc you. guatantte Right I'riccs every day on cvcry- ,g you want. Buy all your needs from us & bank the difference. PRICES GOOD FOU FRIDAY. SATURDAY AND GKArE FRUIT, Seedless, C for Triumph Potatoes Peck 25c, Sack .. CABBAGE Texas Green, Ib . BELL PEPPER Fancy, Lb cW 19c $1.49 15c OKANGKS. Juicy Florida, I.jc. Doz LETTUCK, Tancy Iceberg, l.gc. APPLES, Fancy '•fie- Delicious, <>a SEEDF.KSS lUISiNS 2 Lb. Pkg 15c 2c CAND\ EARS or CUM, 3 for BLV. GREEN BEANS , 3 for ! PALACE LOAF 3 Lb. Cans SPAGHETTI OR MACC. 2 for POTTED MEAT OK POM. PASTE TOMATOES. CORN nr HOMINY lOc 25c 25c . 5c 2%c ^c IOLLEU OATS <jp > Lb. Boxes iii)C CHARCOAL «)j- iVrisIeys, 3 Bags £it)C 3HEBKV CHOC. CAND. Lb. IBox COCOA, Pure & 111/ Fresh, 2 to. Box ... \L /2C LUZANNE OR RJTK PRICE COFFEE DOG FOOD r Smarly, I.k Can DC FCV. K. C. BEEF RIB STEAKS, Mi. . RAKED HAM Sliced. Lli FRESH SLICED SIDE PORK, Lb. .. COUNTRY PORK Sausage,' It's good, Lb. 19c 39c 15c .15c FOR HEAVY DUTY HAULING . ONLY $395.00 1936 Ford V-8 iy 2 Ton Truck Long Wheelbase— Closed Cab, Dual Wheels, Stake Body. Six new 32x0 H. D. Tires. New Paint. Ask io drive this one. Only $160.00 down and ?29.00 per month. PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY Gth &. Walnut Phone 810 SAUSAGE OR TRFP 1H Lb. Can HOT TAMALES Armour's, Can SEL SOAP, Laundry 3 Lgc. Yellow Bars POP CORN ) Lbs. Dynamite UEO Ubby's, Lb JANOVA'S SPOON TOFFEE, 2 Lb.?. !...25c 14c lOc .25c 14y 2C 15c MUTTON OR VEAL CHOPS, Lb. .. RACON Krey's Ilineless, sli. Hi. i PORK BRAIN'S Lb. Cups, ca. ... SALT MEAT -i n ISoilinj 9!(.c - Fey... 1 /C fKOCESS BUTTER I,b. 2Sc - Slick COUNTRY EGGS OK BUTTER PVRK LARD OK SHORTENING, 8 Lbs.. BATH POWDER & PUFF, 8 Or- ASPIRIN, 5 Grain Box of 12 for SALAD OIL CREAM, ft. He - Ql. .. 8c 22c 88c lOc 5c 33c an d BABY CHICKS Arrive Fri., Feb. 11 HEAVV ASSORT. An CA Brcfils, Per 100.. «pD.5U HAPPY CHICK „ STARTER, Lb. ... JC IS'/, DAIRV FEED *V TO Sack .^l.D CAJfliKIC FLOUR ••It's Host" 24 Lbs. .. CRYSTAL WHITE * FLOUR, -IS Lte... O SUNSII1NK FLOUR 9G Lbs. S. R. ... STOCK. ilOO, POULTRY TONICS.. 90c RITE PRICE T. II. VAMJIRBKK, Prol> 111 E. MAIN PAGE THREE • • . - , iajttwaa^^ KROGERs PIGGLY WIGGLY STORES Fresh, Red Ripe Florida ^^^^$3bis**^ tf\l t—* Whole or half ham {tWA i':« : i <:»is ..:;..;...«,. «J^U K tlAAl IS UHADY 'I'O )-;. comK IN KOK A Tliifk Hih, 1,1), 17c 1). S. Units U). Ib.l0c Choice T-Bone or Round Pound 29q I AflAI '' ;ml Cl '! K <f B" (' h "i<'e 4%t\ LOIN f45c -r 23c FISH- J-jk Salmon ... Lb . 12%e ^^ c OYSTERS -KsJl^r Lb ' 19C - SjuffedC ^ 3for25c SLICED PIG LittER Shrimp, Raw, Lb, 25c - Cooked, Lb. 29c jTlUCH " te k_,, 28 C Country Club (Slicks) Presli, GET THE YEAR'S BEST CORN AT THE PRICES I''" HROfiER'S COUNTRY CLUB COUNTRY GENTLEMAN CORN (CREAM STYIE) 3 for 27c C(iiiiiti-v Chili N«. 2/i CHHH Desscrl (i Dt'liciotis FJilvor.s Sfiiixliinl N». 2 Cans ZforJSc 6 for 25c 4 for 25c r. mid (i. Giiinl Si/e, ,'i Oleo ICalmorc lirnnii ib. I5c a i,h. 01. S9c 4lf}s,45c Country Club 1 LI). C;in -. NEW LOW PRICE ON KRONER'S HOT-DATED COFFEE!, \Tf tivm you liciicfn t>[ loweicd .Suuili Aincriun laxcs ...i fuluic coltce irrrtnu- riilil now! Gel ficshtr llol- M«(l coffee today—si Kiofrer's neiv tow kc! And icmcrnbtr. only Kroner Itol- l.^'.es colfec al Ihc loaslcr, mfjsures lull init lo yen! FRENCH Ol FRESHER! Drra i,;/lC £1 S.T',±S 3 Ihs. 52f Country ('lull Quick or 20 Oz. Hnx 7c •JS 0*. Box 15c BEANS (Jrciit Northurn, .. Lli. Ic ffaby Lima Lb. ,|i/jc Giant Limn Lli. !)c »lack Eve I'wis, ...Lb. .a' {iiulk Only) APPLE BUTTEf ntry Ox. I5c Country Clul) .'18 Ox. Jar Kcesh Country EGGS Doz. 19c Spinach ' Fresh Dark Green, Lb. 3)c Potatoes Red Triumph . 10 Lbs. 15c CARROTS liimche.s 5 :c ftDADC PRUIT Texas iQC UnftrC Seedless, (i for 13 TOMATOES UO<1 1g C Hipc, II). BEETS Large Hunches Fresh iAC I Green, Hch. HKUvSSEL Sf'ROUTS Fresh Lb.~ GRKEN ONIONS 3 Bchs. 10 C COLLARDS Lettuce Firm Heads, Knelt Apples Delicious Home Mount v fiftf £A 10F 31 Rice Full-Head (Bulk) b. 3!c Cauliflower Snow-M'hite Heads Each Tcmiile Variety Lff.' Size, Doz. 25c Milk a? 3 '*• 6 a 20c tssstaataemsawxiasaa

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