The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 8, 1937 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1937 BLYTITEVILLE (AKK.)' COURIER NEWS ' PAGE Pope Victor Over Illness Seville Will Be Host To Annual Stale Convention ' The annual state meeting of the ' P. E. O. Sisterhood, to be held here Friday and Saturday, will be attended by 40 .stale officers and delegates from the l(i chapters In Arkansas and « number of P. E. O. members from chapters at Memphis, Osceob, CaruuiersvlHe and Kennett. i As a prelude to the convention Mrs, B. A. Lynch, state president for (he second term, and Mr. Lynch, will entertain the six other state 1 officers und the supreme vlce-prc:;- ident, Mrs. (J. 3. Wright, of Denver, Colo., with a dinner parly tonight at their home. The organizations^ colors of yellow and .v.'hlte will be effectively used In the roses, snapdragons an'J baby breath, which will be arranged. In a crystal holder for the centerpiece, and this will Ije flanked with tapers in crystal holders'. Tile convention opens hi th2 morning with registration at the . Hotel Noble, where all of the delegates will be guests. The first mating will bs held at -the First Pres. byterian church at 10 o'clock. Elaborate decorations are being arranged for the church which will be used for all programs. There will be a luncheon tomorrow noon at the hotel and after tlie afternoon session all of the delegates and visitors \vill ba gussts of Mrs. J. A. L;eeli and Miss Peggy McKcel for a tea at the Leech residence, biglnnlng at 4:30 o'clock. This formal affair will be followed by a banquet tomorrow night at the hotel when husbands of members here will also be gussts. , The convention will come to close late Saturday afternoon. Evidence of his recovery from long illness was given by Poire Plus XI., when lie walked unaided to the pontifical throne behind the altar to take part In Easter.-services in St.. Peter's church, Rome He is pictured standing at the throne during the solemn event at tended by 50,000 worshipers. It was the ixspe's first public appearance since lus four-month illness. Only 51 Boys Respond to Recent Call for 89 Enrollees m , umber Nine News CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo. —For (he first itjmc since Its establishment here, the local relief oHice this week failed to sign up its full quota of boys for CCC camps, and has issued a second sign-up call for April-18 and 19. The first call, for 89 boys, brought only 51 recruits. Among those who have signed are the following: CaruthersviUe — Calvin Downs, Raymond Steele, Dalmar. Lumley, •James Woods, Buford white, Geo. Worley, Robert Dlagburn, Willie Cunningham, James Weaver, Ven^ dress.Hannett, John Haney, Arthur Haney, Irvin Dee, James Cobble, Allen Clay. Braggadocio—Bill Dowell, Toni Johnson, Harvey Dee Morgan, Joe Smith. Robert L2e Stone. CMter—Amon Burrell Ashcraft, William Best, Jesse Johnson, Glen Velmer Jones, Robert G. Prince, Clay Allen. .Bragg City—Arthur Fakes jr., Odell Pisher. Steele—Talmadge E. Gowan. Arils Fleming, Elbert Kilburn, David Parm, Chapman Portcrfield, Bill Richmond, Johnnie Dotson. Holland- -Thomas M. Craw/ord, Harold Dodson, Edward Marshall Wardell—Ed Smith, Clyde Ellis, Thomas Ferrell, Brooks Cecil, Elmer Luten, Roy Reeves, Jesse Smith, Foy Ward, Lloyd Watson, Carl Simms. Deering—Dan Groves. Hayward—Virgil Jackson. Among the 51 were three negro boys, who were sent to the Delia camp in New Madrid, county. The white boys reported to the Hayti camp and are to be sent to Walcott.' Ark. ..Those who sign up at the second call. April 18-19, are to be sent to the west coast. Coronation Trains to Hun LONDON (UP) — The Londoi Midland and Scottish railway Plans to run 130 excursion trains bringing 65.000 passengers from the provinces to London, during Coronation Week, It is announced Doris Jean Hatcher spent sev- jral days last week with her .randmothcr, Mrs. ..Effie Smith. Mrs. Bob Stovall has returned :o her borne alter being called to Osnalou. Mo., by the death ol ler fatner, J. T. Gnddy. Bill Hall, who hiis been quite 11, is slowly improving. Mrs. B. H. Collins returned to JACKSON, Mo: (DPI— John G Put!;, justice of the peace, lias performed his 1,800th • •mnrriag ct remony. '.let; home Saturday after spending .hree -weeks in Lilbourn, Mo., with jer son, Earle. Collins. Mrs. Pear! Fortenberry, Mrs. lichie, of Steele, Mo., Mrs. Jenie Webster and Mrs. G. J. Whitle were guests of Mrs. Mamie Collins Friday evening. DU. STUTT'S SKRACH-NO-BIOR The 30-MIntitc ITCH Treatmen Only one ai:plicati:n necessary. N grease. No mess. No soiled clotl' ing or bed linens. No time lo, from school. At good drug store everywhere. |.,l, doublt. 3 oir.con*"<"'"» r «, t a»rorti.Oows«StnnM.l«- coled MiM«"owrlo«c> «««"•• Holiana i\ews Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Best returned .(onday from St. Louis where they vere guests for several weeks of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Edwards and 'amity. Mrs. M. R. Bailey is visiting Mr. ind Mrs. C. T. TJionns and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mathis of Memphis. Clell Vv'uidrop was in Jonesboro, Ark., Saturday on business. Mrs. Louis Freeman of Dell. Ark., visited her mother. Mrs. Frances Murphy, a short while Monday. Mrs. Glynda Smith of Steele and iier mother, Mrs. Noble Capehart of Holland, visited Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Hudson and daughter, Kel- tba Lynn of Clancion. MJ., o^i..<,j. CLEAN FALSE TEETH- GET RID OF STAINS, New Easy Way—No Brushing S.era-Kleen. amazing new discovery, removes blackest stains, tarnish, tartar Uk* mncic. Just put false tetUi or bridges in n :la.« of \. - Rter ariil add Slera-Klppn powclcr. Mo messy brnshinc. Recommended by dcn- iFtR—approved by Good Housckepnitis*. At ill dniReiAts. Monet- back if not delighted. Promote Hair Growth h n course of treatments CM Mils new machine. Many local people are now taking these treatments from us. The machine stimulates the scalp, steps dnndruIT and falling hair and promotes growth of new hair on bald heads. Let ns ex"plain it to you. BARBER SHOP BEA T THE PRICE RISE! STARTS TODAY •A- * * DON'T BE CAUGHT SLEEPING Make every .dollar and I'Vi-ry, ru'tniy count for you! Haw cotton and iioolcni ar« ii|i.,.ln ninny (Marcs iirlrt's jiavii nlivaily skyrocketed! Hut NOT AT J'KNNEY'S! \Vu l>mij;lii nu'irhandlso mouths ngu nl I.OWKST PK1GKS Tor this storewlde event] MVvi: III-NI'kcunlng |ir!«'s I>-0-\V-N since 1902 AND Wt/ARK CiOIN'G TO Ki;r.l* (IN DOIiV(i IT! ('hi'(k these horgains! Compari- our jiricrx—low, regardless fit (hanging rcmllllons.. .lint :ill |!u< JIIOIT ;iiiia/inf with jirlrrs eener'ally Inking i sivtiii: ii|iw:ir<l. Shtiii now—during Annlvnsary—for .savings Iliat'll warm yourliearl. Men's SHIRTS and SHORTS eft. , SHORTS of sanforized shrunk broatldolli wilh Lnslex sides! SHIIITS of Swiss ribbed cotton! Top quality at a bottom price! SLIPS ISiai Cut! Perfect styles—nt nn almost unbelievable price! V and bodice top models, either 'smartly tailored or trimmed with dainty Ince. Adjustable straps! 32^R i Non-Will Collar SHIRTS Pre- „ Shrunk! Whites, solid shades, fannies in fast' color broadclptli and madras, i-craft collars! Fine buttons! i • a m m m m mmm The Saveon Gasoline Company Tank Car Station of Holland, Mo. is now open and selling- high grade gasoline for .13 per gallon, tax paid, as the opening special to convince you that they have better gas at lower price Also Cigarettes at $1.15 per carton Men'* Fancy SOCKS Coy Hem Coion! Cotiao and acetate in the snappiest patlems you ever saw! SizealO lo 1Z 'Don't mu» them! 15c Women's fine quality knit layon undies nl an amazing price! Small, medium and large. See them! I • BINGO For Mf», Bojt, Voutht VcnliUtcd . can7» uppers. Husky Boles, bumper toes! ...WinnerTs-for mar, comfort! . Good gwde p a j a m a checked nainsook! Suspender back, reinforced! ZOO Pair Children's SHOES TIKS $T STRAPS T I OXFORDS In white, tan .and black and white. Sizes S 1 '; to 3, widths A to D. Novelty Nets A Grand (^ Bargain! ^f y^. Of crisp marquifctle! Unbelievable at this price— but true! Get your share! Full Fashioned Silk HOSIERY Firit Quality! Hcnl bargains!'Beautiful «ilk ctif- fon and service weight stockings in the very newest shade*. Perfect quality! Sizes 8'A to 1<% T»ke advantage .of tbl» low price! Silk* and Rayon, FABRICS • Short Length,! Smut solid colon in rough crepe* and novelty weaves. Also Spring P rint * on fini! French ^"^ cte p**Kcal bargains! 'WatHui. , Smart Spring ANKLETS 6 !o lOyi pri Buy plenty at this bargain price! Of fine quality combed cotton. In lovely solid shades, or/ with striped tops. Choose iyour» early! WASH FROCKS Color These frocks just can'l be beat at this lower-than- low price! Dozens of AVENUE vat prints— and sheer printed LAWNS! Sizes 14 to 44. Of Rayon Taffet*. SLIPS Bargain. Pricedl Sleek fitting bias cat ttjlta — some tailored, tome lace trimmed, They're real Talue*, »o be bere early — buy til yonll need at this Anni- Ksrsary price! 32 to 44 COM P AN Y; :/ I nvc o r p o r a, t e d

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