The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 8, 1937 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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THURSDAY, APRIL 3, mt BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Caruthersville Society — Personal Entertains Lecturer With Buitet Supptr. Following the lecture of Richard Halliburton at the high school auditorium Monday evening, Mr. Halliburton and several representatives of the Junior Chamber of Commerce, with their wives, enjoyed a bullet supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold S, Jones on Cotton avenue. * • * Mr. and Mrs, R. M. Pierce and daughter led Wednesday for Jackson, Mo., to visit Mrs. Piorce's mother, who Is seriously III, with pneumonia. Mrs. Roscoe Coker spent Tuesday in Memphis, where she is receiving treatment at one of the hospitals. Mr. and Mrs. oyran Tinsley arc the parents of a son, born at the Baptist hospital, Memphis, last Saturday. Mrs. Philip Hamra has returned from Terrc Haute, Ind., where she spent a week visiting Miss Rose Maloof, and her brother, Charles Male of. ' Mrs. W. P. Robertson left last week end (or Memphis, where she Is visiting her sister, Mrs. EHie Bell. From Memphis, she expects to go ot Hot Springs for a fe wweeks before returning home. Harry westerman, who,has been in the navy for several years, has arrived here from Norfolk, Va., to spend about a month vith his brother, Walter Westerman, and other relatives. Mrs. J. Paul Brady and Mrs. Arthur Schelp of Quincy, 111., are spending this week here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Shade. Mr. and Mrs. John B. SUhl, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Slahl and daughter, Florence, of Freemont, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. Watson Oh\ of Toledo, Ohio, and George Jennler of Quincy, 111., who were here Monday to attend the celebration of the fiftieth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Shade, re- 'turned to their homes Tuesday. Mrs. B. O. Bennett of Little Rock, Ark., is expected here today to visit her daughter, Mrs. Harold Jones, for n few days. Mrs. Bennett nlso will attend the state p. E. O. meeting at Blythcvitle. Miss Margaret Curlin and Chas. Curlin. who had been visiting their grandmother, Mrs. J. B. Graham, have returned to their home in Hickman, Ky. They were taken home by Miss Lucille Na'ylor and Mrs. Victor McAllister and their mother, Mrs. Graham. Mrs. Graham remained in Hickrnan with her daughter, Mrs. C. W. Curlin for a few weeks visit. FLAPPER FANNY By Syk plaque to one of the world's Ucst; loved singers — Mine. Schumann-' He Ink—has been placed In the new conlcr of St. Paul's legitimate, stage activities — the Auditdrlum j theatre. "Embroidery" Is Marijuana PUEBLO, Colo. <UP) — OfTlcllas here revealed Hint a Pueblo boy had cultivated marijuana and sold It In New York as "«mbroid- cry" at $10 a riouiid. COTTON SEED IX & P. L. No. 11 O7 JC Per Ton V'vKO.fi, Number Nine 2nd Year From Evpcrlmcnl Station Mammoth Brown Soy Deans 1'rlces Reasonable C, C. L ANGST ON "You certainly didn't waste'any time ycltinj; to slcirp lust night, Sprout." "Thai's my new efficiency system—1 count sheep by tens."- torn- through Kentucky, Illinois and Tennessee, visiting relatives md viewing the flood area. Charles Durr left Monday for Ft. Myers,, F)a., where lie will 'Isit for'several days. Mrs. S. B. Myers and son Gordon have returned from a visit in Hot Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hall have moved on a [arm near Warden. Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Brooks, who have been spending the winter In Ft. Myers, Fla., arc due to arrive home the latter part of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Waters of Cooter have moved to Mrs. F. E. Waters' • farm at .Tyler. ST. riue lo PAUL Scliujnanii-Heitik tUP) —A memorial Have You Visited Our New Modern Service Station? White Hose Gasoline Goodyear Tires Willarii naileries Ilo.id Service On - - • • Gas - Tires - Wrecks 21 HOUR SERVICE Call 033 For rromiil Service Tom Little Chevrolet Co. Wanted-SCRAP IRON , $8.00 per ton HIGHEST 1'RICES ALSO PAID FOR' METALS, HIDES, WOOL Goldstein Hide & Fur Co. Ulythcville, ArU. "Get Our I'rices lief ore Selling" Steele-Cooter Society — Personal Mr. and Mrs. C.' D. Martin have returned to their home on the Lake Farm after a trip to Mexico. Miss Ruth Williams, wlio lias been at the home of her arents in Holliday, Tenn., recuperating from a recent illness, has returned here and resumed her duties as teacher In th Gibson school. W. R. Turner arrived home the first of this week from Memphis where he has bene at the bedside of his wife, who has ben seriously ill In the Methodist hospital. Mrs. Turner seems to be considerably improved. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Penney have returned from a visit with relatives in Trenton, Term. Mr. and Mrs. Jonnle Houston have moved from Steele to Lll- hourn. where they are to operate the theatre, recently purchased by A. D. Fielder of Steele. Miss Eiiln Gray Is transacting business in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Fowler returned last night alter a ten-day SPREAD EXTRA VALUE WINS MILLIONS TO "SLOW MASH BOTTOMS UP... As One Friend Tells Another If MAN,.YOU WERE RIGHT/BEATS ME H.QWA WHISKY, SO: SMOOTH; AND RICH CAN STILL SELL WITH THE LOWEST ' THATS THE EXTRA VALUE YOU GET M BOTTOMS UP. ITS MADE THE Don't Force Your Car-- to operate on a cheap oil which cannot correctly lubricate or wear well. Make sure that your car has the proper lubrication to give you the best of service and power. Drive in TODAY! Open AH Night 21 Hour Service PHILLIPS' SERVICE CENTER Now You Try It... Right Now at a Real Low Price F OLKS are saying that Bottoms Up gives a real extra:value at the price. It's made the:Slow Mash way that takes more time end grain ... so it should be truly rich and smooth. .Yes, millions now call'for Bottoms Up> . . old friends are constantly spreading the;news of this top-quality whisky, priced • low! You'll be wise to try Bottoms Up today. KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKY BROWN » FORM AN Distillery CO., Louisville, • & • CO-, Exclusive Distributors fur Arkansas MR. BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL MAN:- ». Do you believe in investing money to make money, or do you just say "I have all the business I need or want so I won't make any effort to get- more"? ' ' , . ^^ w Do you believe in carrying insurance against losses or do you just say ''Well, nothing can happen to my business so I will just save those lew dollars that insurance would cost me"? Do yon believe in advertising and making special efforts to improve your iness, or do you just say "I'll take what conies to me and hope it will be. Do business, or do you just say enough to keep my business going"? You'ltSaylt's SPEQIAL i AtThe Do you believe in working to improve your business, or do you just say, ''My competitors are doing enough to improve business and I'll get my part of any increase that they bring about"? Foolish questions, you migbt say, but they are very applicable to every 3)usiness in Blytbeville at this time. A campaign is now on to provide the finances necessary to keep the Bly- tlieville Chamber of Commerce an effective agency for development and promotion of the commercial life of Blytheville and this trade territory, and every business and professional man in Blytheville has just as much.at slake in the efficient operation of ibis agency as he has in Ins own particular busi- nes. • ' The Blytheville ..Chamber of Commerce is only an organization of business men and others that bas for its sole purpose the developing and protecting of. the Commercial, industrial, financial, and civic life of Blytheville. For more than thirty years it has done a fine job'and''every citizen of ibis community has profited froin its activity. It requires no lengthy discourse. lo support that statement for it is a generally known and acknowledged fact. It should be recognized as a principle of business that chambers of commerce are an essential part of any progressive community. Business concerns regard support of such organizations as a legitimate part of their cost of doing business. More than twenty-five bund red such organizations are in existence in the United Slates and the communities in which they operate are indelibly marked as'good'or'poor'by the activity and support awarded the organization. The past years in Blytheville have reflected.the support accorded the Bly- llieville Chamber of Commerce. The next few years will reflect that support even more. The community that is going to prosper most from the present improving business development cycle is going lo be that community which puts tlie greatest effort into increasing and protecting its business. The financial expenditures necessary for each business and professional man lo be directly associated with this effort is negligible—SEVEN CENTS PER DAY MINIMUM. For tjial minimum expenditure you can have more than a hundred men working for you three hundred and sixty-five days in llie year. Chamber of Commerce membership is considered the badge of good citizenship— Arc you going lo have that badge awarded to you in this present campaign? Are-you going lo have that emblem displayed in your store or office?" / b b *' The people of Blytheville arc watching i'or your answers. ^ HELP US HELP YOU. JOIN THE CHAMBER OF COiAIMERCE PsW. Blytheville Chamber of Commerce IV. D. McCLURKIN C. A. CUNNINGHAM D. A. LYNCH WILSON HEJ E. D. FERGUSON 0. It. BABCOCK .' OSCH, SHANK , U G. NAS1 WILSON TAYLOR Little Uock, Pine W'lflf, Dcrmoll

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