The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 22, 1934 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 22, 1934
Page 6
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•PAGE SIX Steelo-Cooter Society — Personal At n special meeting: o: the Steel Woman's Missionary society Ih following officers were elected d v serve in 1935: Mrs, M. A. Masse) president; Mrs. Gerald Brooks, vie president; Mrs. O. A. Dimlvaut secretary; Mrs. Car) Sheciey, cor responding secretary; Mrs. J. H Workman, treasurer; Mrs. R. c Steele jr., superintendent of study Mrs. W. P. Mellon, /superintends of children, *!th Mrs. J. P. Viek rey asslstSlil; Mrs. H. A. Spence publicity; Mrs. N. Johnson, loca work; Mrs. n. C. Steele at,, supplies; Mrs. Tom Prank, social relations; .Vfrs. j. w, Street, world outlook. Mrs. Bob Burton entertained 22 children with a party Saturday af- lornooh in honor of her daughter, Rosamund, on her- seventh birthday. Games were played, in which JTolIU Katclmtn received a prize. Mrs. RIISS fitneharl. was guest, of honor at a surprise Mrllirlny parly Friday night when is friends gathered nt her home. Dancing was cn- Joycd throughout the evening nnd the H. nnd W. club, which sponsored tlie party, served refreshments. • * # • Mrs. Opal Earl, of Memphis, spent last week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. T, Earl. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Martin, of Deli, Ark, wire guests of MrT and Airs. John German Sunday. Mi 1 , and Mrs. Oscar ualley, of Blytheville. were gut-sis of Mr. and Mrs. w. T. Bailey Sunday. Johnnie Manning, cu route to Roswcll. N. M., from Springfield spent Thursday nighl here with fi.'ends and relatives. Mr, and Mis. cooper Mathies arid Mr. and Mrs j. Q. Davis and children spent Sunday in Memphis. The, Alumni association held a dance in Armory hull Tuesday night Harold Siiubury nnd his Southerners, of Dlythevllle, furnished the 'music Mrs. Rice Arnold and children, of Flint, Mich., have arrived iiere for an extended visit wllh Mrs. Amolcfs molhcr, Mrs. Allle cone- land, nnd family. N. Koury is attending | 0 business in St Louis Mrs John Parks jr. spent sun- day, with her mother-at Rosclan:! Ark, \ lx>iig Beach, Calif., who have boon the houseguesls of Mrs, W. A. Oates sr. the past two months, will return home the last of this'week. Miss Vera Richard, accompanied by Mrs. Johnnie Phillips, aiid Owen DnfTey, of steele, drove to Jackson, Tenn., Sunday, for Miss Marjoilc Brooks, of cooler, who had been vlslttiis relatives there for several days. Mrs. Collie Kcnlcy. Mrs. Harry -tains, nnd Mr.?. Tut. Kei'ilcy and children left for Chicago Wednesday night lo be'wllh Tut Kenlry who Is receiving treatment from physicians there. Orvllle Riems was me guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Artie niems, of Car<»'.'.iv, Ark., over the week end. Miss Monez Wilbur, daughter of Mrs, Ed OcvniiBbn,- wns returned home from cape Glrnrdcau Friday where she had been a patient fit the "5t. Francis hospital for the last ion days, Mrs. c. Bradford and Mrs. Fran- jls Murphy spent Monday in Brag James and Thomas Stone, of Cn nilhcrsvllle, spent Saturday will elatlves here en route to Memphis vhcrc they will be employed, Miss Cla'ra Henderson, Miss Glcn- a Capeharl and Mrs. rjyron Ilollj "'ore among those froro Holland ai- ondliig the miscellaneous showei or Mrs. Thonins Northern, (lie for- ner Miss Gnlda Marshall, given t the Armory hall in steele Thmv ay evenln Bi by Mrs. O. A. Cnllc'ns nd Miss Mnblc Smith. Mrs. U'oodrow Koonce, wlio has ecu confined'to her bed for sev- ia) mimtlis, Is unliniirovcd. Mr nnd Mrs, J. w. Pniiil and aughter, Marlenc, were |;i Cape ifar<lcau Wednesday. Mrs. Eva Kennedy returned to ner home In New Albany, Miss a few days ago, after sponuV* several day., },er c with Mr. and Mrs Ed rJcvaughn. Miss Claudine Atkinson, druifrh- ler of Mr. nnd Mrs, Bill Atkinson, <vlio hus been receiving treatment at Cimipbell's clinic, Memphis, for arthritis, Is mud, belter .Mr. and Mrs. John '-Jlhsley, of ape Ghardcaii, were the liousc- icsts of Mr. Tlnsloy's mother. Mrs. Minnie TuSbervlllc, last week . Mr. and Mrs. Earl utley lirive returned from St. Louis where Mrs . „ uiidj'rwcnl an examination tit the Washington.University hospital. She will rcCiirn in tht> near Wtiifc for another cxamliintlan atitl treatment. Pcniisroi County Vegetables Are Very Well Holland News Notes R L James ,vss guest or honor al an okl-fnshioned barliccus dinner at his countiy home of Holland ghcn by his son. Henry James Sunday, which wns his C2nd birthday. : There «ere about G5 friends present, wim i/mii, Bounds and two granddaughters, Pauline and L and family! of Vnrn E oiild'. and "M" Wd Mrs Bath Motl nnd family, of Coltomsood pnlnt, ns out of to guests *h L1UIc wns S'lrprlsoil * t |} I »l»f»"i.>y party alhcr Home "n Holland Friday evening by her S, W HO ''••"''"'^"ndMa Carl Allison Following lho [lnllc . ing rcfreshmeute of ham snnd- ?it h d T? tol * > iccd cookies - nn " not chocolate were served. MI SS Mnggie Harbor, or Steele, was he onlj out of town guest. * • » Tom Edsnrds wns returned to the Blythcv,lte hospital Sundav night a?, C ?"'i m r tl0 - n ° r tf ™"»'«'t for an infected aim, cut se' ' and , H 'f ' ' S rrn , CCC camp at Vnn o liort , vuiuipre '" b wrents, Mr. nnd Mrs Mack Nim _ l(!Mr ?: S" nm Wilson and dang),-' =! ,,r ?i ba ' Mrs ' oll!e e> , Jr -; was in n business _^ass steele and Pete Colcmnn. of Shivering with Chilis Burning with Fever . Sar * R*li*f for Malaria' not only relieves the Infect.on vn im ih wJi 01 ; ll Con3 « b»i!a- up the blood to overcome the cl- fccts of the disease and fortify n " , --:. — absolutely necessary to the overcoming of Malaria. Besides being a dependable remedy for Malaria, Grove's ^Tasteless Chill Tonic is also . x £h A excellent tonic of general use. = Pleasant to take ond absolutely' harmless, sale to give children. Get'a bottle today at any .drug store. Now two sizes-SOc and $1. The ,*1 size contains 214 times as much as the bOc size and gives >ou 25% more for your money. . , - . _ AdVl7 l .. Mo.—Rome few weeks ago the Steele Enterprise . placed on display a sweet potato, Krown on the Fred I,. Kclley. farm adjoining Slcele, that weighs \Vf. Rounds. In the .same hill with the fiimbo jiotalo four others • MTre found above the average in size This week D. Goodrich of tiie |Covlngton iiclehhoriiooO added n j radish to the collection thai weighs 5 (Miinds and fl ounces and measures over 9 Inches long. 'Wednesday mornhig the McCann nitfllK-rs of Cooler biouglii. i n a pumpkin that wns produced on, their, farm' near Tyler hat, weluhs 10 pounds and Is 3 feet lorn- and 4 'ret aiul g fnche.s In clrenm- fcrciice. i • lias been neural out (lint, this pumpkin would mnkc enouxh IiumjJkln plo for nl] u lc ,j|.watls- tel "New Dealers" In Soiilhensl Missouri nnd have enough Mt lo serve a banouel to all the right-wliiis Rfpubllcnns left |,i Pcmlscot county. ^•"i'THEVILLE 3li'slc:in Auto Travel FORT WORTH, Tex. <UP>~ JMghWity travel without pix^oi'it InixanU will be jxxsslhlc next, si,m- inoi- from i!ie United States to Mexico City, William H. Fin-kmi- representative of the National Highway Direction of Mexico announced here. Temporary bridges ncross four major streams In Mexico will be completed before next "'" . v tonrl.s-f season,' he said. com Thursday & Friday Mat. 2:30, 10-25c Nile 0:45—10-350 LAN NY KOSS, ', JACK OAK IB, ... JOB PKNNKR, I. YD A HOIIKRTi ^THURSDAY, NOVEJitii3R' '22, ,934 RHYTHM' A Head Courier NW.I vv«nt MS. . WINTER WINDS TIRING WINTER ILLS Feet wet and cold from sludgy streets; in the morning, sore throats, colds, congestion. A thick imnltlce of Cross Salvo on a -soft clotli, applied to Die throat or chest quickly penetrates to tlie inflamed tissues brinijt, restful case and safely Used for more than n generation, Its poireriitl gcrmlcldnl nnd penelrathijf power accounts for Its success on the most, neglected and seriously congested cases. :iOc & 5(te nt nil dealers. —Adv. lo-A WHiCH ONE OF THESE ^Jt^filf STYLES LOOKS BEST? Sfiirts tailored (o gi ve thor custom-fiL.One of these K ieg el Shins will probably | lave exactly tlic correct, personal-style qudi- ties that suit you. They are four of our new line, and there arc many more intriguing new color weaves where they came / rorn . A man poks b etter { a a Kiegcl Shirt.YvVtl like to have you try one. Kicgcl Shirts are wcll-styled - asonct they're color-fust. Their workmanship insures long wear. They do »ot jAnW-thcy're Sanforized. Lome in to see these new shirts. A man looks belter in a Kited Shirt. •Jusl Reecivcd HO Do/t-n New Shirts-Ail Designs! $1.50 $1.65 $1.95 Hay nes Men's Shop I AcHon Comedy Drama. Comedy - - Oirioon ROXY Last Time Today MAT. & KITE—lOc - 25c Tack Holt in I'LL FIX IT Fox News r.,- Comedy- Friday & Saturday OattjHKSjnm^ 53 Seriaj—"The Wolf Do?" With Kin Tin Tin, .I r . Cartoon NOTICE Levee Tax Payers The Present Law Authorizes the Payment of All Levee Taxes NOW .DELINQUENT Without Penalty or Interest BUT •Requires that the Regular 25? Penalty be E x t c n d e d Against All Levee Taxes Which Are.Returned Delinquent for This Year (1934), The Tax Book Is Due to Close DECEMBER 1st, 1934 Mrs. Lyn P. Gooch, Collector At Cowl Home (Nov. 26th to Nov. 30th) Blvtlieoille,' Ark WE'VjE planned the Biggest Christmas Business In Our History! Holiday goods are arriving daily ... stockrooms are overflowing . . . we're cramped for space! So, WE'RE TAK1N.G STOCK! Repricing wanted fall and winter goods to make it move out right now ... before the holidays! Here are savings that everybody looks forward too ... but seldom gets 'till after the holidays! HURRY Quantities i limited! ! - , COTTON RATTS Unbleached -/ 2 V-, Pounds While They Last! 3'5c Flannel Skirts Your fl» 4 QQ Choice , 9 * i*/O •' Novelty Kubric GIMES A Real Value! Only per pair 29c Ravon BED SPREADS 80 x 105 Pick Yours Now!' $1.25 Tupelo CHEVIOTS Stripes ami solid colors Yard Rsmund Robe Flannel Yard widi; Yard 55c Children's Cotton .Icrsev BLOOMERS Per 1'uir 15c Ladies' NECKWEAR Your choice 25c Crih BLANKETS 30 x .10 35c __I_.adics' Cotton Jersey 25 C CRETONNE Yard wide Yard lOc Ifrrmisc We're TAKING STOCK! Repriced! COATS FURRED & UNFURRED ''Re priced to clear because we need room lor huge Stocks tif-holiday items/ What an opportunity! .88 8 Self ti-immed tailored coals in the warm,, sturdy sports fabrics you want right now! Reduced to clear! luxuriously trim m o (I with handsome furs — beautiful coats of the .smartest new materials! They'll sell fast! SMARTLY STYLED STOCK TAKING Means Rig Savings! DRESSSE we need more room—for our big stock of holiday items— we're reduced these lovch' dresses! Crepes, wools, combinations r.ll new styles! $4-98 $3.98 Childrens Outing Flannel Sleepers They'll .sell fast! " ' 49c Reduced taking stock. Out they go .' Solid Color Soiesette color. Yard 25c 'Just received a new shipment of Pen- ney'is full fashion sf/A- hose 49c Reduced taking stock. Printed Crinkle Cotton Crepe Fast colors. Pick yours now Yard 19c Reduced taking stock. Out they go T Misses Outing Flan nel Pajamas 49c Misses Suede Jackets Si/.es 10 'to 20. While they last $1.29 Reduced taking stock Colonial Bed Spreads 8<l x 105. While they last STOCK TAKING Means Big Savings! Repriced / Lot Men's Broken lots of Rlnnkel Rohes"'and Rayon Robes Bath Robes _ While they last. Kcditccd to $3.98 Children's POLOTEX COATS and Man to match Reduced to $2.98 SILK BLOUSES 98c While They Litst Reduced—They must g,,; 1 Lot Women's Novelty STRAPS - TIES • Your choico $1.49 Women's SWAGGER SUITS $6.90 Si/.es 14 to 20 They Must Go Now! 1 Lot Men's Heavy WORK SHOES $1.98 Hoys' FLAPPER PANTS Repriced—Broken Lots While They Last! 49c . Men's Large, roomy cut. Fancy patterns. 14'/> to 17 79c ':,-;- Merr-sb ( ^'. DRESS SHIRTS Solid Colors and Fancy i\Ien's 32 O/.. Aleltnn Cossack ZIPPER JACKETS Si/.CH 3G to '16 $2.98 Roys' Sizes §2.f<9 Men's CANVAS GLOVES IOC Per Pair Men's Outing- Flannel Pajamas Tjitrge, I'oomv cut Only J98c i\len's 75% Wool Sporl Coat Sweaters Two front Dockets! $2.98 Boys' Golf Knickers Assorted patterns. Very serviceable 98c • Men's DRESS PANTS New Fall patterns Men's Heavy WORK SOCKS Rockford type 2 Pairs For . A .Value! Men's Fleece F.incd Sport coat style Two pockets. Tan or grey 98c 220-222 W. Main Blythcville, Ark. J.C. Penney Co. Inc

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