The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 11, 1932 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 11, 1932
Page 3
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_E!UI)Ay, NOVEMBER 11, 1032 BLYTHEV1TJ.E, • (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Steele Society— Personal Miss Katherliic Jones left Wed- "Ktiay to be with her friend, Mrs. «Uh Held Howard, who Is 'serl- °' J! >ly it! at her home in Memphis, Misses Irene Whitfleld, Ellen Keller and Marion Wright land Messrs Raymond Wright and 'Hionins C, Whilfield visited In Cs|vi Glrardcau Tuesday. Mrs. O. G. Travis and son Guy Slowart spent last week in Bly- tlievlllc as the guests of Mrs. I. B. Slcwnrt. Miss Martha Robbins attended ;i party and gave a reading nt l\:i home of Miss Jane- Branson In Dlythevillc Saturday. Mrs. C. N. Sanders and grandchildren, Alice Ann 'Odom and Paul E. Milbrandt of Joiner spent | last week here as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. /C. Sponcer. Mr. C. N. Sanders, Mv. and Mrs. George Qnisley and Mrs. Vera Odom, also ] oi Joiner, were also dinner 'guests of the Spencers Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Tucker, son Cleo and daughters | Ruth and Ruby were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Ottingcr of Haytl Sunday. Mr. and Mrs/WHcc Curtncr have bought a place near Alton, Hi., and plan to move there the first of next year. Mr. ;Curtner will be in the real estate business. Misses .Marion Wright. Ellen Kolley and Irene Whitfield, and Messrs k Willard Armstrong and Doughthitt shopped in Memphis Monday. Mrs. L. \V. Weaver spent last \vc.:ic end in Dexter [with her mother, Mis. Alice Stone, and sister, Miss Florence. The Ladies Missionary society of 'the Methodist church met Monday' afternoon In the church annex. Study on (he conference minutes v;as led by Mrs. Dunlvnnt. Mrs. RuthiLawhon and son Elbert spent last week with relatives inBlaclc Oak and Joncs- boro. Ark. | Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Clark, daughters Mary Uecinc and Crystal, spent last [Friday in Memphis shopping. Mrs. H. O. Croft returned Saturday from Lutesville where she had [been spending her vacation with l-~r husband. Miss Ruby Ashley, who has been spending her vacation with her parents at Armorcl, ;Ark., returned here and began school Monday. Misrcs Louise and Hazel ;McAdams. teachers at Denton and Micola, shopped in local stores Monday., Mr. and. Mrs. N. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Gareld Brooks visited in ' Blytheville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs: J. W. McCullough were dinner guests 'of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Barker Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Thelbert Bishop \vere in Manila Sunday. MissIHelen Grimes of Blytheville spent last week hero with her sister, Mrs. Buster Kettinger. Frank Cook and Miss Maud 'Alice Beasley were In Memphis Sunday. Mis s Kctha Crest of Rector, Ark., will be here over : the week end as the guest of Miss Golda Marshall. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Lewis and children of Braggadocio and Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Howard of Steele the guests of Mr. and .'Mrs. E. W. McCanu Sunday evening. John Tucker and daughter Ruth and Mr. and .Mrs. Abner Ashcraft and son James Abner shopped in Caruthersvillc Tuesday. Bayliss Little attended to business in (Caruthersvillc Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Faugnl of nlythevilic were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Schroder Sunday. Mi5s/Prertia Alexander, who has been attending Joncsboro A. and M. college, has returned to her home here. Phillip Koury srqnt ilast week end here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Koury. He returned tc school at Jonesboro A. and M. college Sunday. Misses Ruby Lynn Capchart, Vera and Varna Richard (of Holland were in Blytheville Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Auburn Moore of Poplar Bluff spent last week end here with Mr. and Mrs. Lon Moore and Mr. land Mrs. Charlv> Bates. Ralph Copps. who has been fpending his vacation at Bloomfield, returned here Monday to begin school. Howard Fender and his guest George Barter, students at Jonesboro A. and M. College, spent last week end here with Mr. and Mrs P. E. Pender. Mrs. 'J. N. Barnes and Miss La Fern? Broadhacker of Portaseville and Mrs. K. T. Houscr of Eldon were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H Workman Oast Friday. Miss Ruth Wall returned to Roselahd. Ark., Sunday, to begin her school. Misses Vivian, Ruth.and Helen K;arncy. who recently moved here from Tennessee, were dinner gusts of Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Mc- Cnnn Sunday.! CD ,Q W O Q W h—( fa CD I-H H < CD _UNEQUALLED! UNCHALLENCMl) VALUES! WE EXCHANGE AND REFUND! QUALITY MERCHANDISE for LESS "V A TTT'^Tf ?M l "?' crs , trllvel *° »" Wps of the country buying up complete retull stores, m/mi H W T , <)>lH>rs "•««• ""»nufiiclui-ers'.surplus stocks uml satiij.le lines ... l.oi.ifht at far WW111 • Stei'Sa^mcSvs,; ™^L w j&<w>!*"* mi »» u > SPECIAL MONDAY Values to 25c The National Brokerage Company SALE STARTS SATURDAY, NOV. 12 '250 FREE ISat. Nov. 12th We will give away Absolutely VttEK $250 hi stare money, tc'HHl for uny in the store SATURDAY, NOVUMHKK I2lh. UK IIEKK WIIKN THE 1)()OKS SWING OI'EN AND GET YOUR SHARK. —NATIONAL imOKKHAGK CO. Men's and Boys' SUITS Snappy models )n ail (he new season's latest styles and ina- leriuls. Ordinarily you Mouliln't te Title la buy the pants at tlic E-ricc. Come in :mfl make your , seljection while stocks and sizes | an> complete. SNAPPY PATTERNS Brown Muslin 3c :8C Prints 8c Hope Domestic Florence 8-Qz. Ticking 13c Table Damask Ready-to-Wear At Bankrupt Prices DRESSES Styles as f;ny and young as the new season ... of Irijj woolens, satins and crepes, , "i all (he latest Fall Shades. You'll want 1 several at these low prices. I.- \ Handkerchiefs 2c Boys' Overalls 29c Men's Unionsuits 49c Jlcn's Leatherette Sheejilined Coats $2.95 OTHERS AT $ 2 $ -Men's Hats 65 c Part Wool, Office Sweaters 98c 3 The new season's smart coats of soft lien materials with lavish fur trimming.' Dandy styles thitt you would never think of Selling at such low prices. 1 4 House DRESSES 15c BLANKETS 29c MENS DRESS SHOE KVERY PAIR GUARANTEED ALL STYLUS AND VALUES TO §10.00 W $ 1.68 $O Work Shoes $ 1 Shoes 1 WOMEN'S FOOTWEAR STRAPS - TIES - PUMPS - OXFORDS MANY STYLES TO CHOOSE FROM $1.00 $| .98 $<Y98 WOMEN'S $ I SCOUT SHOES A Men's Covert Work SMrts 43c WEN'S AND HOYS' Work Shirts 2ic Children's High and Low SHOES $1.45 ,1 Men's Fleece and Ribbed Shirts & Drawers NATIONAL BROKERAGE CO. Formerly The New Dixie Store Blytheville, Arkansas ]toys', and Girls' Unionsuits Men's and Boys' Caps t_'i ^ q feH I gj' «M 25c UNEQUALLED! UNCHALLENGED VALUES! WE EXCHANGE AND REFUND! ,

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