The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 27, 1934 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 27, 1934
Page 3
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NOVEMBER 27, 1334 (ABt(.) COURtEU JlEWS. PAC-fe TTtfeEE 1 Bits of New Mostly Personal Mr. and Mrs, W: A, Edwards and daughter, Miss Mamye Louise, returned lust night from a brief stay In Marlon, Til. W. M. Scruggs : has returned Jrom a weekend spent In Mem pills. Oscar Haulaway went to Meiii phis yesterday for a brief stay. John Salmon, younger son. o_ Die Rev, imd Mrs. Stiinrt H. Sal- will motor to Meridian, Miss., to- \ son, Jlniuile, o[ Cooler, spent Sun morrow to spend Thanksgiving with Mr. Hasson's parents and other relatives. Mrs. Prank Vollmer and daugh- :er, Miss Ploy, of Luxofa, have come here to make their home. They arc with Mrs. Volh'ner's son, Clorcnco, and family, Clarence Vollmer, who has been at Nash, Mo., where his construction company lias a contract, arrived I asl evening lo spend the holidays at home. mon, Is quite 111 at the home. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Dobyns'and daughter, Miss Louise, will go to Memphis Saturday where Miss Louise "will undergo an operation, She has been ill for some time having come home from Cape Girardeau, Mo., where she attends Southeast Teachers college, several weeks ago.. . 0. W. Meet Tonight Woodmen of Hip World will hold an imjjoi'tnni meeting at their r ' (lu I 1LII])UI lamly [hall til 7:30 o'clock tonight. Members of the drill team tire especially urged lo be present. as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ab- '•er Ashcrnlt. Mr. nnd Mrs. clrar- Ic Jones, of Mnplpwooil, A. T. Ashcraft and sons, of Livelle, ami Mrs. J. R, Jones, of Cooler, were afternoon guests, Dr. J. R. McDanlel and daughter, Miss Alice, left Sunday for n motor trip through Mississippi, Texas, and oklfhonw. They will also visit Dr.'and Mrs. J. H. McDaniel Jr., at Boulder City, Nev. They plan to be gone about two months. Misses Irene lidone, Maude Alice Beasley, Alice MeDanlel, and Imn- fietic Manning shopped in Memphis Thiirsdny. Leon Earls, Tommy Frakes, Tlicl- bert Slid John Bishop. Morris Tur- ner, OHle Story, Baxter Southern,] and H. I,. Yenger attended the ball ;auie between cape Cllrardeau ftndj tlrluvUle In Cujx- Qlrqnlenu Friday. Foreign Wars Veterans Will Meet at City Hall There will lie a Veteran of For- eigii Wars meeting tonight,. 1:30 Drs. Carl and 5dna Ntes will go, o'clock, at the city auditorium to to Shelbyville, Mo,, tomorrow to! which all members are invited for spend several days, with Dr. Edna the transaction of Important Ijiisl- Nle.s 1 mother, Mrs. Mary Philliuer, and her brother, Paul Philllber, who has been an Invalid since May. They will return Sunday. Mrs. J. P. Lent! lias gone to Nashville, Tenn., for the TlmiAs- giving football game having accompanied a cousin from Memphis. Mr. and- Mrs. Z. Jiede! had as their guests Sunday Mrs. Jiedel's father. M. Barkowitu, son, Robert, and dauglrter, Miss Anna", of Por- tagevlile, Mo. Wilbur Evrard, son of••• Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Evrard, who lias been quite ill from tbnsilitis, is now better. \ Mrs. Martin E. Rose, accompanied by her sister; Mrs. H. R. Men", of Kansas City, Mo., spent the week, end in.Coilierville, Tenn. Mr, Snii- Steele-Cooter Society — Personal 666 Uquid - Tablets - Nos« Checks COLDS and FEVER First Day Headaches In M Minutes THEDFORD'S BLACK- DRAIIGH FAMILY LAXAT/\/£ Turkey Dinner and Bazaar CATHOLIC HAM, TliiinksK'ivinfr Diiy Dinner SuppiT 12 to 2 !> to 7 Price . r >0e WKLCOMB KROGER'S PigglyWiggly For Ilic^ tli'iirill (if Our Custoiiici-s— We Will He Open Until II OTIork Thursday •I'llH'KS FOIt WKDNRSDAY, TIUlltSIUY, I'KI1>AV & SAT. KANCY 'FULL \ nilKSSKI) I'OUND. FRESH OYSTERS Baltimore Pint Rose motored over for them day. Miss Mildred Vick, of Kansas City, will arrive Wednesday to be the housegiiest of her aunt, Mrs. C. G. Hires, and family, for several days. N. B. Menard jr., will have as his guests for the -weekend J. O. Davis jr., John Bowen and George Bice, of. Althelmer. Ark., who will arrive Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Critz nnd children will leave tomorrow for Clarksdale, Starkville and Greenwood, Miss., for the holidays. Dr. and Mrs. 'L. D. Hutchison and chlldren.'of Englajil, Ark., will arrive to spend Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Menard. Mrs. David Marion Barton, ol Wilson, who has been the guest of her parents, Mr. and,Mrs. W. M Burns, since Sunday, will return home today. She will be accompanied by her sister, Mrs. LeRoi Wood. .,;.; >Mrs..,M. A/ Barnes. ___ _... _ Hi five weeks, 'is 'slightly 'improved: .•Mrs. Renkert Wetenkamp, of Charleston, Mo., arrived Sunday to spend .a week .with her parents, Mr. and Mrs; E.-'M : Terry. 1 Mr.,Wcten- k'anYp-, will jplri her :torrior'row for Thanksgiving'.'':, •'-/.!''; : '•'•'' Miss Sue--Butt, who attends. So- phje Newcomb 'college at New Or.-' leans; arrived-this morning to spend the, rest;0f:the,week with her mother, Mrs.- AVr.M;Butt, and family. Miss Ruth Butt, who' attends the same school, "will arrive -tomorrow morning. , Mr. ; and Mrs. Harry Kirby.will have .as their guests Thursday Mr. and .Mrs. Franklin Wllbpurne, Mr. .and Mrs. J. E. Wilbourne and Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Wilbourne. nil of Pnragould. : .J. R. Cole and W. H. Glover will motor lo Little Rock for Thursday. Mrs. W. J. Wtihdcrlich, of Springfield, Mo., will arrive tonight for a month's stay with her son, W. J. and family. She Is enroute to St. Petersburg, Pla., where she will spend the rest of the winter with her other son. Mrs. Wunderiich and Mrs. Clarence Vollmer motored to Memphis today for her. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Turner had as their guests for the weekend Mrs. Turner's sister. Miss Louise Mc- Conoco, and Ed Lee, of Brownsville, Tenn. The Rev. and Mrs. George W. Pyles, of Paragould, will spend " ' Thursday here as guests of Mrs. A. M. Butt and family. Miss Margaret Keck, who attends IJnnenwood college at St. Charles, Mo., will spend Thanksgiving holidays at home. Mr. and Mrs. J. Ernest Ha.s.ion Mrs. ,T. C, Lewis jr,, and Miss Dorothy Still have returned after a visit^ln St. Louis. : Mr. :and--Mrs., p. E. Pender sp?nt last week end In St. Louis as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pender. Mrs. Pender remained over the week for medical treatment. Miss linogene Manning left Sunday for. a two weeks visit with her sister, Mrs. Glen Smith., and Mr. Smith, at Amarlllo, Texas. Tile son born to Mr. and Mrs. •Ved Forsythe a few days ago has been named Charles Lee. Miss Maude Alice Bcas'lcy was :akcn to the Blythevillo hospital Sunday, she is believed to be suf- "ering from appendicitis. Jim Tucker, who is sulfcring from an infected foot, is in a critical condition. Mr. and Mrs. Basil McClure and CHILDRENS LAXATIVE Best If Chewed Beciui* th.y CHEW FeeiM-mim, rhe de- licicui mint chtwing gum lixitive, the Uxa- tivri u mixed with helpful laUvi juico !•-'•« food >nd got* in:a ifi* r/nem gf*duaHy, Thui thuc a no rhm of h«tiv« to hit th luddtnl/ md uput En delirx* biUn. mot* naruial tcdon milcci Ften-i-rnintidciHy fttntle for children And ihey enjoy it lik* their fivoriic sum. Doctor* prescribe thi scientific Ux«[iv* in ncii'hibit forming Feen-a-minr. It Ii for pleasant correction without upitt to din »pp*tit*- Delia o c ind 2Jc. Broken Sizes In SHOES lirown or Hlaok TIES PIJMPS STRAPS Values From to J7.50 Cheese Wisconsin ('roam ! Pound Good Shoes and Hosiery Shoulder. I'icnic Hlylo I'numl PorkRoast I'resh Pound Hams Curi'd 8 In 10 1,1). Aver. I'oimd Bacon Kwick Krisp, 1,1). Mince Meat 15c Shortening lljc Sausage Hrooklii'ld Links I'oiinil Clt«i>s or Uoiisl I'niind STEAKS, Pound 17!/ 2 c'| SHOUU>KR ROAST, U>. - 12>Ac THICK Hill, Pound - -,- - 11'Ac .^ I (-rc-sli. Full flf* f* Fresh. Full 4 A •• >'"«>• FM tle* Ducks 22c Geese = 19c Hens ~- 22c MOBILIZE FDR WINTER! mt Ask h«: COCOINUTS: Vr ^ 5 C CARROTS '""Itch 6 <: CABBAGE "'"^-.V? GRAPES Red Rmpcrors IflC ora 1M !,!>. 1U I,I,E(;K. INN Ala . -JflC Suit.nhctli Mussolini 1U WESSON OIL S BANANAS * m " ri t,,. w JFcy CobblcrsllC ];l). 12 BRUSSEL s 'S TS i.i,.15 t: C OLl.EttK INN IftC Ilicc Dinner. Gun JU ! ' ibby ' LKK 1!)C No. 1 cun, 2 2rk' APPLES 5° GMQNS- 01 " ...... fi^:15 c APPLES Fimcy - yok ° ; k ,;. 5 Large .18's HIC Head 12 MATCHES ";;"i«.20 c REX JELLY 2T/ <',i, 19' APRIffiTS Suit Rork Larne 2ft C;m In Heavy Syrnp lobiloil Positive Relief for MALARIA! Sure End to Chill* at>J Fevtrt Here's real relief Tor Malaria— Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. Quickly It stope the chills and fever and restores your body to comfort. Many remedies will merely alleviate the symptoms of Malaria temporarily, but Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic goes nil the wni and completely rids your system of the infection. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic is " real corrective of Malaria because it contains two things. First tasteless quinine which kills the Malarial Infection in the blood. Second, tonic iron which helps overcome the ravages of the cliilh »nd fever and fortifies against fur<"« attack. Play safel Take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It now comes in two sizes—50c and *'• The »i S |2 e con tains 2% times as much as the 50c size *nd gives you 25% more (or your money. Get bottle today at any drugstore. *-Adv, 15 Guard against the hazards of cold weather driving 15 VOU'LL never sec this man slaDcd in his garage some fine winter morning. You won't find him paying for motor repairs, run-down batteries, frozen radiators and oilier ni'iialtips of winter neglect. With a Magnolia Winter-Proof Job you arc protected against sudden cbaugea in temperature. Your motor will start instantly on tbc coldest mornings. Gears will shift easily. Driving will be a pleasure instead of a worri- eomo task. Cbeck the seven important poinia covered in Magnolia Winter-Proof Service. You need every one of llietn for safe, economical driviu". POINT Magnolia Stations and Dtnlert offer l/i cue acn'icej to WINTER-PROOF YOUR CAR 1 CRANKCWJE ... l)rain worn summer oil; llusli and refill willi fresh, (|uick Eldwtng winter Moliiloil. • A CHASSIS ... Lubricate chassis thoroughly • \villisocial M"lnl-rcJi?t'5K.aMiirr <mioollt<'r >v till or performance. 9 DIFFERENTJAI Oram worn Bummer oil; ** fliifb ami refill to proper level with winter graUo of Mobil Gear I.ulnicant. A TRANSMISSION ,. . Drain worn si.mmtr ~ oil; Hush »inl refill with correct winter Moljil Gear Luliricantso thatgrars will shift raiily aocl eilently. K GASOLINE.. .Aisure instant darting with a minimum of 'choking" by changing now to winter MobilgiB. ^ RADIATOR...I!nab«n,l clean radiator ** llioronglilf to urcvenl OYCrheattng, Put in anli freeze or alcohol as required. 7 B AITERY... Without charge we will, check * your battery; refill wilh distilled water; re mctvecorroaion anil grease terminal*. MUSTARD Embassy Qoiirt ,I;iT Each lOc Cranberries Fiim-y Cu'pc Cod I'niind .Juicy I''!orid:i Thin Skin Do/on (,':ilif. Juml)n Well Blenched SUilk Snowdrift •Large •I,b. I'ail KacSi obby's, Sweet 0/: Jar - - 23c lobby's, 'Sour- 22-O/. .iiir - '- 13c PEARS Hetty Rine I,nrj;c 2i/ 2 C:m Each 15c Jewel, Pound - - 22c u Jewel, 3 I,bs. - - tilt FRUIT CAKE l&:& JIACllArmour Corned Hcefl^C FRESH BREAD !l c r!0 Can *«. 1A^ Vimilla 8-oz. liottlc ASPARAGUS N^^, L 1 Country Club OftC M). Can OH S I'AGHETTI, Macaroni or 11C Noodles. C. C. 2 for 11 \V. Wheat, RaisinlAC or Uyc. I.oaf lu SALMON 'ScanlO c 25 - 1 ' 1 '- &lck 33 r,0 Us 57c; 100 ROPE MOPS Mea PUMPKINS t $,' 2g rorl5 c \2y 2 tan. 2 for' Evaiwratcd IftC Lb.U) 3 Medium Ivory IDC 1 Ivory.••Flakes iCV.- • 2 Cans Grapefruit Jumbo thin Skin •I for Butter Spring Brook Or Cresla I'ound Coffee French Hrand 1-I.b. Hag Remember . . . you cau MOBILIZE only at MAGNOLIA and you ifay ahead STATIONS AND DEALERS Old 'Kosc Plain or Self Hisi»f: •IS-Lb. Sack Sl.flS 21-1,1). Sack Crackers Country Club 2-I,b. Box Olives Queen Qttarl ,lur In I'aiier Has 10 Pounds Plums Ray Crtst I.gc. 2'/ 2 Can Each HumKo R-I.b. Citrton - - - - - IHlc 8-I,b. I'ai) - - -'-•- - OSc •J-IAi. Carton 17c .|-I,b. Pat) fiOc TomatoJuice C. C. Z\l. Can 3 for

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