The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 27, 1955 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 27, 1955
Page 7
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2T, 1955 BLTTHETILLB (ARK.)' COUTHER PAGE SRVRH Stockholders Due For Cut of Bumper Corporation Profits DYESS NEWS By MM. J. L. Jacob* By SAM DAWSON Mr. and Mrs. James Wesley ol Spni-kmnn, Midi., arrived Sunday night to visit with his sister, Mrs. IVHII Bullcr, before cpntmuing their trip to Orlando. Pla. Mrs. Butler ac- com|>HiiiMi the Wesley's to Florida. Miss Mnry Lou Balch of Memphis NEW YORK (AP) — The stockholder now is beginning '.spent ihe weekend- here as guests of lo gel his share of the bumper crop of corporate earnings.] Many wage earners already have been cut in through increased pay scales. Later Uncle Sam will get more than half of the gross profits. parems, alch - Mr. and Mrs. J. H. with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Blackard. I Misses Dorothy Pitiman and j if Memphis spent the' \veekend here as guests of Miss Mary holders a re in the cheering sec- additional slock distribution. At the same time regular dividend pay-i ment declarations poured in by the scores. Many more such forms of yearend bounty are expected as direc- tor.s meet between now and Christ- Adci dividend payments to the fact that wage and salary totals continue to rise in the land, and the outlook r or Christmas retail trade grows steadily brighter. The dividend increases, sniaJi in NoJa Phillips, and family. Mrs. Helen Ford and sons of Wilson visited here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hat-graves, las; mas. Still other boosts in dividends! terms of one snare, will run into TnC Missing O S may be made payable alter New [the millions when paid out on all Year's—under the expectation that: the outstanding stock of the com- individual income Lax rates may! panies. be eased next year, and increased dividends will be even more welcome if subject to lower taxations. EAST LANSING. Mich. i.Ti — Someone took the th:-ee O's from Some directors have preierred the sign "Book Store"' at the Michi- lo declare extra or year-end cuts • i State University Student Union Even if you're not among the lucky ones getting increased returns from investments, some ofito stockholders. this extra money may brush off Some have preferred in the prolit pie rather than fixing . yesterday. Union Manager Mike a more or less permanent pat- 1 Dinochowski said. ''I can linder- tern of higher quarterly payments \ stand someone taking his initials to i hang on a bulletin board or door. to hand i but how many people around here on you. Merchants point out that stock I out stock cash. dividends instead ofjluive names ' Olson?" like Orville Oswald week. Mr. and Mrs. James Jacobs and children of Memphis we« guesus Sunday of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jacobs. Joe Gray, Pete Rogers and Emery Hall, Jr.. students at SJC at Sena- •niiia. Miss., spent the weekend here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. N. C. .Williams ol Dyeu and Mrs. Bobby Harris ot Lepanlo were Trumann visitors Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Elred Allen ol West Memphis spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Seth Bdd Bennett of Memphis spent Sunday here as guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Bennett. Miss Ima Charlotte James 01 Jonesboro spent the weekend visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Syner at Thayer, Mo. A. F. Robertson of Pontiac, Mich., is here attending to business and visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McMillan ol Memphis spent Sunday here as guests of her parents, Mi-, and Mrs. P. B. Wood. Misses Mozelle and Pauline Williams of Memphis and Miss Kathy Sivift of Fraze'r. Tenn., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Bennett ol Fayette, Ala., have been here visit- in ghis brother, Chelsie Bennett, and family. Miss Ola Jean chrestman, student nurse at Baptist Hospital in Memphis, spent the weekend here with her parents. Mr. and' Mrs. Adam Matliis and daughter and Mrs. Dora Reid and .sons of Riverside, Mich., were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wolf and family last week. Miu Peggy Balch returned Wednesday from Memphis where «he underwent an eye operation, Billy Williams ol Searcy. student at Harding College, spent the weekend hern with his parents. Mrs. Edd MeGuffin is here visiting her brother, E, A, Nichols, and I family. FRIDAY - SATURDAY - MONDAY At Your Friendly Black & White Store CHILDREN'S JEANS REMNANTS e Frontier Style e Blue Denim or Kroki Twill e Siie* 2 to 6 e Regular Price $1.00 ••••BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl BOYS 7 JACKETS • Satin Warm-Up Style • Maroon, Blue, Black e Sizes 8 to 18 e Regular $5.99 PRICE LADIES COATS $300 COTTON BLANKETS e New Plaid Designs • Size 66 x 76 e Worth $1.29 • Poodle Cloth i Mauve, Winter White, Pink, Avocado • Sizes 8 to 18 • Regular $22.95 5% WOOL BLANKETS • Full Size • Thick - Warm • Slight Irregulars of $2.99 Quality LADIES' BLOUSES • New Fall Styles • Our Entire Stock • Sizes 32 to 44 NEW FALL MATERIALS Printed Cottons Gabardine Glazed Cottons Values to 69e yd. CHILDREN'S COTTON PANTIES MEN'S UNIONS $ • White & Assorted Colors • Sizes 2 to 12 • Reg. 25c White or Ecru M«*«m Weight S4m«* M to 52 1 BOYS' FLANNEL SHIRTS $139 • New Patterns • Heavy Weight • Sices 6 to 18 • Reg. $1.69 > 1 BLACK & WHITE STORE Mrs. C. L. Eut ot Memphis spent several days last week at her home here, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Glover of Dyess announce the engagement, of their daughter. Delma Jean, to Ramond Lee Bret?., sou of Mr. and Mrs. PhiUip Bretr. of Sandusky, O. Mis* Glover i* a graduate of DyeM High School and has been employed by the F«ieral Bureau of lnvesU>;a- tion, Washington, D. C., tor the pa*t two years. Mrs. Bretz Is a graduate of Sandusky High" School and ha* served the past, four years j in the United States Air Force. PEMEYlS ALWAYS FIRST QUAUTY! TK*r«'H b« a change in th« weather I But Fair... Cloudy... Colder.. .whatever the weather, you save at Penney's on ell your cold weather needs! DOLLAR DAYS! The special event when prices dive. .. and values stay firm! CARD TABLE AND FOUR METAL CHAIRS • Shaped Seat & Back <f • Rugged Channel "* Steel t Washable Tweed Vinyl Upholstery Set Complete FINE READY MADE DRAW DRAPERIES Meticulous custom typa 10 pleats to' pair Blind stitched hems Full 3" bottom hem Mitered corners Size 50 x 90 Variety of colors PAIR SPECIAL! SUPERB COLORS IN CHENILLE BEDSPIB READS Penney low prices are fabulous and just look at the quality! Plush, vrl- vetv chenille bed-spreads with wide banded edges, smart rounded ror- ncr.s. Every one in vibrant colors. Machine wash in lukewarm water. $ 5 full or twin PRINTED COTTON FLANNEL 3 Yds. $100 Full pieces, outstanding quality. E.xcellenl, pattern assortment. Rosebuds, flor- als juveniles, western, checks, .stripes and staples. 36 inches wide. 1 FLOUR SACK TOWELS 6 For $|00 Bleached and imhemmed. The perfect towel. Ideal for dusting, art needlework and textile slampjnjr. Approximately si/.« 30x30 unhem- med. PENNEY'S COLOR BRIGHT RAYON-NYLON BLANKETS Look! They match Penney's Octo- ber-sperla\ bedspreads! They're whipped fleecy rayon-nyion, extra long; 90 inches. 34 pounds . . . ciime with acetate satin binding. Haml- washable, too! A one-time buy! Infants & Toddlers Nylon Sweaters Sizes !/i to 1, 1 '/i to 2, 3 to 4 * First Quality lOO'v virgin crimp nylon * Proper Size and make specifications * Low. Low, low retail Women's Hand Sewn Nylon Gloves Sizes 6 ro 8 Beautiful heavyweight double woven nylon. Fine hand sewn shortie with 3- vow printing. Can be worn for dress up or casual. In S colors, sizes 6 thru 8. RUFFLED QUILTS Completely reversible, all bleached filling means clearer colors, especially after washing • Bright Gay Coverlets Ry Day • Warm Bed Covering At Night • Cut Size SOxSJ • Rose. Blue fireen, Brown. Black. 5 Each HI-AND-LO COTTON RUG GRECIAN BLOCK DESIGN Only the immatrhed buying power of Peunf y's over 1600 stores bririRS _ surh riijr luxui low price. Classic design drrfiil range of slay-lmshl drcora- tot colon! Sturdily icaven. 34 by 44 InchM n-p.r 1600 stores hririRS • iiry at this farmlousl.v^ jQI* »ssi{: design in a won-*

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