The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 4, 1937 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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Asks - ^'operation For' Bres^ryation Of •Memorwi'Park \ ', A olea U> tys public to cease das epratlng the Memorial Park cemetery on Wfjst Walnut street has oeen Issued by Mrs O E digger fpr 5 ears aetlye /n (he upkeep of this park * i The cemetery Js being kept In good condition by toe cih, under the direction of Mrs Crigger, \\ho represents the Memorial park As- soclatjw, and no'funds are sought from the public for Its bemitlflca- t!on,)'We can keep it in good con- dllioii If the' psople nil! stop «a)}c- ing over the graves, tearing up Hie Rovers and othernlsa desecrating the park," Mrs Crlggcr said In discussing > the matter ' ' The cemeierj 1 Is the site of tlie firat Meti'o-iist Qhurcli In North Mississippi county und the land •pas given, by We R->v H T Blythe, for whom BlytheUlte v,as named to the First Methodist church for a church and cemeterj Later the church deeded (.he property to tho association, uhlefi has since cared for it Many of the oldest settlers in this community nre burled there and an effort is bslng made to kesp the .ceiijelery in good condition as a memorial to these pioneers There Is a J<m agnlitst (rcspass- ing on cemetery grounds and If people are not more careful in the future about marring the grounds, they'vlll he arrested and fined It has'beeh said' _BLYTM!VILtE She's in Prize Winning/Form Methodist Young Peopji to'Ho!i| County Meeting MAIflLA Ark —The Mississippi County Methodist Young reopies Association via meet In Manila March 9 'Churches- to be repie- sented,, are Blyflicyllle First and Lake Street Methodist, churches and i the Osceoja, Dell, JCeliei, nnd Manila churcfi.es Members of the Manila.Method- ist chuicli \il|l have charge of the program,, entertainment, and ic- freshrnonU>,The program, ,'Blggest Movement of the VVoild," \vill poi- trayi the fight for prohibition Those to take leading ports aie Bob^ Killlan Freddie Powell Blf|le Joei Button^ Almeda Ben-j, Roy Ashabranncr, John B Cowan, Jack 3sm, Mary Florence Dodd, Hottie Lee Needham and Virginia Smith A special feature of tjie program will'be a sacred song bj the Manila ,h!gh school trio, Misses Veda McDonald, Martha Ann Whltejay, and Ruby Grimes Edyard , Reynolds, also of the completed Miss lue z Thompson of Blythe- vilJe 'is president of the Bisocln- tlon James Coats of Manila h vice-president Rite* at N, Little Rock • for Dyess Auto Victim NORTH 'LITTLE ROCK, ArX — Bobby G '^orton, five, grandson of Mrs Bu-die Norton of aiD'l a Main stieet, nho ^as Injured \shcn run over by an automobile near bis hone in Dyess Colony, Mississippi county, Monday afternoon, died 'i-uesday at 3 p m at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Ei nest, Norton The child, one of a group of children returning home from school, v\as run over by a car driven b^ a man named Ferguson the grrmdmocVr said last night The boy was thrown aeveial feet and'stiffered a fractured leg nnd presumably a head injury It was not behoved at first that he was hurt critically He died Tuesday afternoon ( The child s body was brought to the On ens & Co parlors here ses- terday Funeral services «ere held at 11 a m Thursday, with .the Rev a F- Ross aslor of the First Presbjtenan church, officiating Buna! Has in Pine drove cemetery, near Sweet Home Btsldes the arents and Mrs Norton, the little boy is survived Dy nis maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs H Clark of Little Rock Craig Will Discuss Planting of Borders ,' ,-* _-<, H you Tvant to inon the cored W to Plant jour borders of flowers this sprfng,.\ou are invited ,tp ;'' >flS:^cuss"tliese-things; the'lueel- Fiances Langford who smiles ot you so charmingly here, ranks nbove Marlene Dietrich, Lily Pons,.GInger Rogers and several thousand other young women in having the "most per/eel llg- lire In the theatrical world," fetnjnlne professors 1 of 3 New Vork mannequin school decided. Frances Hlso has personality, golse ano^ cli.yrjn, they added. Hospital StiirHss 35 Patients Iheie'aro now 35 refugee pn- tunts at the Red Cross emcigen cj hospital, in the city Imll audl- tc-rluni which has been used as a hospital since the beginning of the high water The national Red Cross k In charge assisted by local work ers , / At one tune there \\c-ic QO pi- "tf4 StoW Parents scnouslj lit = REpt«'n8 the Bljthevillo hospi- .-. ard'mothers having bibles ara kept at the Bljlhcvilb hospital un 111 (lie tables are llnce or four d&js old when they are moved, in fin ambulance, to the Rsd Cross 1-ospltal Among the 35 pitienls are seven babies who ap ill All of the pi- ttents are fed from the nnnory citchen It Is not Kno»u liou long IHe hospital will be maintained New Liberty Tno RCV II King preached here Eunday Donald Aycook and family nnd B R AycocX. and fnintlj returned Horn Memphis, where thcv had Lscn 6|>»udlng several weeks Mr Melons is ill at his homo mill influenza Mr and Mrs j w Epperson nnd sons, and Mr and Mrs Raymond Lwerj, of L"achvllle. were guests of Mr and Mrs J F En- person Tuesday Mrs Parker Oassidj, of Joncs- l»ro, was the weekend guest of 'w paicnls Mr and Mrs p B lirrett and family Mr c-Tssldv came over for her Sitndaj Mrs Morris Singleton Is 111 with nfluenza Mr and Mrs Horace Plojd and nmUy ha\c mo\cd from near H'ghtoner to tills commualtj B T Aycock an l Joe shal» } O f Mempliis, were guests of Mr A\cocks uncle J M A ^ A | d familj, Mondaj Mr anl Mrs John DHJI O f Horn^rsvlll- yls.ted Mrs Seen i Parents M and Mrs An . - c ! l >'-- -auli - er : Association In, a . project ''& & ™? "<ter\ of h ?°l" faculty, has anv one free of 'RELIEF Read'Courier News Want Alls Holland News Notes Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bray nVc" the parents of nil HW-pound bpy, born at their home Thursday, February 25, He has been' named Hubert Roy. William Wilson who attends St()te Teacheis College at i.Caii'e Glrnrdeau, vvns the week end guest of his parents Mr, and Mrs. Gnr- vin Wilson. Mr. anil Mrs. Floyd Pierce arc the parents of a BOH, Jhwnic.-Mrs, Pierce is (he former Miss Gladys Holder Mr. and Mrs. James E. Perry »ncl ;son, Jamf.5 A, Perry and family .spent Sunday, in Qnlhi, 'Mo., visiting retntives. Miss June Barber of Brawau, Mo., returned to her home Sunday .after a visit with her uncle, . 13. Smith, iccnl station agent. 'Mrs Bill Sccoy and daughtci, Billy ROES, o( Joncsboro, Ark., wre hprc Tuesday visiting Mr.s. pecoy's moll|cr, Mrs, Francis Mirr- ihy, anil her sister Mrs. Louis Prccmnn. John ir. jniiics and A. Bills of Sikcston were here on business Tucsrtny, Carl Barnes left Saturday for Detroit to visit relatives. •Tulip Time Asked HOLLAND, Mich (UP) — The first inquiry foi infonnation concerning the 1937 Tulip Festival'has ween received from Lojn, Ecuador' accoidlng to sponsors of the an-' nual celebration. Rite Price Gro. Up Something About Periodic Pains Take Caultii foj functional nih ol menstnialion Thou- saiulb of women testify it h.ib helped them If Cm dm doesn't relieve yoni monthly disconi- foit, consult a physician Don't jiibt go on siifleiuig and put oil ticatment to pi event (lie tiquble. Besides ons\'nff ceil am pains, Cauh|i jiuis in building up the whole system by helping women to get moic sticnglh fiom then iood C.u din is a purely \ egetnble medicine nluch you win buy t the thug stoi G and take jl ome 1'ronouncod "C<u d-n-i " —A(!\' 3C2G6 HAHNA FUNERAL KOJ1E A Ijcnuliiul and sympathetic semen «l modemte cost Arpbulancc Service 111 Wrecker Service - Gas &. Oil Open All Night Phillips Service Center Phones 777 - 8iO &Mkt. f. ivraiji Phone 234 We WcHvcr Ca)l For SavJi'g: On i-Vncy and i',uH Dressed. £(, Rb, Milji Fed. Dri ' EGGb, Fr«li Country CRACKERS, Kresh 2-Lb. Bo\ BREAKFAST LJNK SAUSAGI 1 ' I,b. 3Q C : PURK EGG NOODLtS Lb. B3g>. 15c CHOCOLATE C^l^fDy DHOI'S Lb lOc SOPPS, Tomato or Vegetable. Can 5c 'iJILK, All Mrainis 1C ! Tall or 4 fcmall Caw, 1«)C uitl Dcllcioi^ Lb 3ALT MEAT, -Fine .for- Dolling. I,b. 15c SlUSTAKU Full Quart 9c TOMATO CATSUP 14-Oz. Bottle 9c PEANUT BUTTER Quart Jar 25c FIOUK, PI or S R. Gunranlccil 21 Hi nK- 03C CAf(E SVKUF or bOHGHUH. GJ). rn DUG PKESEEVES, Pure,Fruit Pint Jar 20c Ely'villc TURNIP GRfcfcNSOl or SPINACH C'in O.C OPPORTUNITY FOR MAN INSURANCE EXPERIENCE -ovey -. -ovey in assets ami over $420,000,000 in force if 'j« ltlcI P« hlI e nnd non-participating, accident and health and juvenile insiivaiicc.''eoriunissioa proportion. Intel eslcd only m those-wth'good record 'that •MM nnnncc themselves. Possibilitiesflimitedto S ^E" VG ex!)Clicucc - Writo-iCoiiricr -News,' CERTIFIED ROWOEN COTTON SEED . Land's End Plantation Seeds Trade Murk Registered WE SELL ONLY SEED WE GROW R. H. ALEXANDER Scott, Arkansas : .HOORlDBYTHEWfWHfR 'TIV HE AWD W)Hf EH BEER COT TOCETHER/ i_>U A'" v 1 SC-E^ i in Bottles 1 ' •*>'"»-a <i«iw*i5i'«t«i» 11 ill ! < 'nSS? -% l rJ*$'i>&™Mji,s , t^^»Mtefi'lJ?-SSi' / WKT.IET THE . 'WEATHER JTEAl A Vi LI, STEP 1^ JN If "•* ~ jL — *"" i - i - i *- ^~«^^^MiBHdB ,j * i ry- St's Good Cheer Served Up In?A ttcowhc.c Falstaflf Winter Beer gets the pll! For sheer enjtfy merit and dounnght pleasure, team tip with a spark- Img bottle of this mellow -aged brew. Wsjcheery dp alu ! CinElingtastetangvvitltaU^u.Keepasupplyinyourhome : Order by case or in handy si*bdttle«takeWhoni6" bags Cor[i ]. 0 i,i,.Ot,i>h».Xcw Orlwns st roc/uct of the Brewers'Art THURSDAY; WAhcM;- t LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN 3M W. HIAIN"ST., BI.YTHBVILLE, A«K. SPECIAL FOii FBIOAY and CHUCK, Lb THICK RIB, Lb SHOULDER CLOD, LI>. ... j, c PpRXSHpULDEHS Lb. -I71C 2- FBESH PORK HAMS „ 21 FRESH PORK CHOPS , 25 POBK LOU ROftSf 7^ SUGAR FRESH SIDE BACK BONES Pure Cane. 10 Lb. Limit 10 Lbs. Lb.. 5 ' Lb. PORK LIVER n l/Klen T<t Mary Lee Taylor, WREC/10 A. fl]., Kvcry Tuesday and Thursday 6 Small or 3 Tali Cans 20c CHILI DEflL 25 CHIU STICK SOAP Bar SOAP ' R * G - * c WW**F Giant Bar Full Dressed Lb. STEAKS .— . M 3-LU; Can Otf , ; Bunch SAUSAGE SAUSAGE CALF LIBER Lb 35 OHIONS :Rei ° r Swifts Circle (S) CARROTS Fresh Ikh. SOUP Phillips COFFEECAKE 5 Smarly 1 "'.i ,;:(3an -. MEAT 2 Cans TOMATOES s-sa C 5 SPINACH No. 1 Can- TBRMIPS Wlth 5 Standard No: 2 Can LEMONS "*VM ORANGES Do/. 23 C BOTTER FRESH EGGS ,21 MEAL 2.1-Lb. Sk. - 69 COCOA KBAUT MUSTARD Qt. 10 IVORY .FLAKES Small SAIOI LETTUCE Head 71° South. Lady Quart Jar lirooks' 2 Vi Can 2 CORN •Standard ', No. 2 Can P ANCAKE PJ.OUR 7J C Washburn's. d'kK. * 2 7i_c lUcl.oat I 2 HENNA SAU! . .Ground 71 C K.SOZ. 12 SARDINES 7i° CRACKERS ib , ta 7F COCOA: PRUNES Evap. ' iC PINTO BEftHS PEAS : '' Large 21 Can « Delicious Flavors Ifl^ 3 Pkgs. for IV CHIPS CHIL! SAUCE CELiRYSALAD Lady liclty 12-6i!.-Jar'. Gels Ihe dirt • Protects . • the skin .«?•• UVASOAP ^ Lady lictfV juarl 39 FLASS j - 9 U : PIE-CHERRIES: : , : !'"': :ii £ BREAD ROYAL GELATIN -All MARSHMALLOWS I'kR-v- IS 1 Texas Green Pound (10 l,b. Limit) lie

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