PAGE EIGHT Steek Society—Personal Mrs. Will Kelley of Martin, Term.. . Is here visiting relatives. .The lijgh school alumiii met at the school house Monday night lo disfiiss plans for ihe animal banquet, to be held soou. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Brook.s, who hare, been .spending ihe winter months In Florida, retuvncd to their home here last Thursday. Mr. Brooks Is suffering uiih a sprained ankle and Is compiled to use a crulch. Miss Domu ionise spent Saturday night as the guest of Miss C.olda Marshall. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Jenkins and children went lo Hot Springs ever tlie week-end. "'Tile V. W. A. will have a program at the churcl) Saturday nlalU. Mr. tuid Mrs. Willie Grati nnd children and Roy Yellvinglun sjx'ii'. pimday in Jonesboro and Lake City, Ark. : Tlie Lucky Seven club will SITOII- sor a dance In the Armory Friday night. Oscar Elliott's seven piece orchestra or Blytheville will play. The Lucky Seven are Charles York, Charles Bates. H. Hndelns. Jiick Hanky and Philip Koury. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Robblns and children, Mrs. Kelley and Miss Kl- Icn Kelley went to Cairo Sundny to sec the new bridge. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wallace and children and Mr. and Mrs. J. Greenwell and children of'Carutli- crsville spent Sunday with relatives at Cape GIrardeau. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hnnna and children and Miss Wndnd Hainra are visiting relatives In Fiilton, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Holly and Mtss Josephine Holly visited with Mrs. Holly's father. Chnrl'e Pierce. who is seriously ill In the Methixl- Lst hospital al Memphis. Ralph Capps and T. A. llasgaid spent last week end In Bloomfleld. Rev. and Mrs. G. R. Ellis visited friends here last Thursday, nev. Ellis is paslof of the First Melliodlsl church at Campbell, but formerly lived here. Mrs. George Grecnwell nnd Harry and Charles arcemvcll of Madison. Wls., are visiting relatives iiere. Mrs. L. W. Zahner Is visiting lier grshdfattier, L. I. Bunn of Savannah, Tcnn. Mr. and Mrs. Estcll Petty nnd children of Tyronza spent Sundny here as guests of Mr. and Airs. Pete Burton. : ,;Mr. and Mrs. N. Koury, Olga and Phillip Koury went to Memphis Sunday to see S. Saliba, who is seriously 111 in Baptist hospital. The Steelc national guard unit passed its federal inspection -last R1TZ MATER Thursday and Friday Matinee—2:30 - Niglil—7:00 Adm.—Matinee—10 nmi 25c : • Night-^10 nnd 35c Her Golden Genius in Full Flower...! BLYTHEVIU.E. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS NN6TT »Vf • .UtalofWtaitnl m/j^w* 1 ''* bri "s"'& tertainment W! in Hir Greatest Picture! LADY WITH DAVID MANNERS 'S-.B.ltJ'XON Aiso_ Cartoon and Comedy Bessie and Baby Star motored lo Blylhevlllc and ]»lnts In Missouri Saturday. • Miss Mitxlno Copoltind visited relatives In Blythoville Hie past week-end. , ,^ ,. Miss Mnxliic Copeland and Mrs. J. F. Wr-bb called on Miss 1'cail I'cery .Saturday evening. Misses Ltssle Pccry and Cio!dk> Blpdsoc acnl Saturday night, with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cassidy. Mr. mid Mrs. O. L.. Craft motored lo Poplar Uliilf, Mo.. Sunday. Mes'James K. Moore and J. p. V/elib and Miss Muxlne Cojidami attended cluirch services In Slccle, Mo., Sunday morning and vlxlicd relative.'! Ill Cooler, Mo., Sunday afternoon. James, sin of Mr. and Mrs J I, nlker, who sustained ii hrolten le a school sometime ago, is able to back In school ncaln. •Money Cireci), who was absent oiti school two weeks due to an ipendltllls opei-aiign in the Bly- ovllle hospital, Is in school th| s catnrlng I^ste. Ixjve. Inimitable film Mar, and her llul c 1'atricia, just v c weeks old. It's the first appearance before jiny camera for Patricia ml the first for scm,. time of Bessie.: Love, who now is Mrs William lawks of Las Anyeles. She withdrew from picture work nt the lime of her marriage two years ago. 'cdncsdny evening with a good cord. Mrs. Maurice Thompson, the foi-- Er MLss Dorothy IMm, an:t Mr. hoiniuon of Carnlhersvlllp visited ;re Sunday. John Parks wns In Memphis the irly. part of this week attending mechanical school. Mr. and Mrs. Dalton nan' of Chi- igo are visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. . Gogglns. L. o. Wilson. Carl Shceley, Ncw- crry Johnson and Slim Mlchie al- jmli'd the baseball came In Mem- lils Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Miller spent isl week-end with ihclr parents ear Cape Glrnrdeau. V. I. Davis and Gus Ticcdines were In Memphis Sumhiy. Mrs. Ruth Lawhon, son Klbert Clarence ami sister. Miss Eun.'cc Outhrle, accompanied Mrs. Lawon's mollicr, Mrs. A. J. Guthrle, o her home in Black Onk Sunday. Rev. A. U. Sailler, Mr. nnd Mrs! I. O. Croft, and Mrs. Kntliallne Mlchie attended a B. Y. P. u. divisional meeting nl Caruthersvllle Friday evening and Saturday. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. I,. Williams and children sixml Sunday In While Oak with relatives. Mrs. H. W. Doss was returned to her home here Monday from the M'ethortlsl hospital nl Memphis where she underwent a major operation last Wednesday. She Is dp- ing well. . Huffman News John Molcalf, who has been ill the past two weeks with pneumonia, tit' the home of Mrs. Ella Ray, Is rc)>orted improving. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Elliott entertained with music and dancing Friday evening. Mr. ami Mrs, Sidney Miller jr., of- Cooler, Mo., were visitors here Friday. Mralames u. u. ' Williamson, Mtirvln Huffman ami Fannie Moore *TH€S€ HOLES DO THE TRICK " T HESE holes make possible for the first time a tire that never wears smooth. Safe to the last milel Double anti-sicid mileage —because these holes form a second anti-skid tread. Ma'lce the W. corn, o co mp l ete *J* ™« longer, loo, because Vn. of S«ib«rling Tirej the * carr V **** rubber-destroying ct oil pri«». 28x4.75 heat—permit the thickest tread ever put on a tire. See this marvelous new tire^-ride on it—find out how little more it cotts. . Standard Balloon.... $633 GEM THEATRE Wednesday and Thursday Matinee— 2:30 - Night— 7:00 Adm. — Matinee and Night— 10 and 25c lorrow SEIBERLING TIRES Sold *xckuiv«ty by Hubbard Tire & Battery Station Tire Department Phone 476 Hdw. Dcparlmcn Phono 32 Marie nnd Willie B. flay •ek . M. Huffman and son. Elbeit of lilythc-vllle were visitors here orlday. :Ls.*s I'carl Peery and Maxlne ,-.,,'!" v" 11 ." Kmc - s£ Rart callc <> 0" onday Mrs. P. Moore eancu on Mrs R . Green Monday. Ernest lta.st who has bom a vkl- r here wvcnil days, lelt Tues y morning for his home In Mem- ils. Tenn. Miss I'loi'enre Stokes called on rs. J. v. Webb lliesday morn- ents, Mr. and Mrs, Will Lloyd last Edward Marshall of Lom Oak visited his larcnls here last week end. Uoberl Marstmll, who suffered ti hioken Ice a few months ago Is I Improving. Miss May Dell Medley or Osceola Is visiting Mem!/; liere tills Mrs. Joe Epperson and Uaiighler Mrs. Logan Perkins, vlslud Mrs' II. White and Mrs, A. C. Blank- •mhl|) Ia.?t Sundny afternoon. Rev. nnd Mrs. LeRoy of Blyihc- ilL--. were supiwr guests of Mr.and Mrs. J. B. Jarrell last Sunday. Mte Crj'.stal niedsoe of Diirdetlc .'Isltcd Miss Helen Cook last week I •nil. Mr. nnd Mrs, Donnlil Aycoek and son .James visited the fnrra- ^I's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Aycoek, last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. I. T. Walker of i Osceola visited the laltcr'.s iwr- •nts, Mr. and Mrs. lien Aycoek, tost Sunday. The New Liberty Ladles Demonstration cltib will meet I-Mday af- It-rnoon, April 8. T, 1D32 Shier joyc Yvonne and Miss Ian Merrilt were business vlsl- !n Blytheville Tuesday after- Messrs. Wyse Perry and Turner Issell of Blytheville u'ere here lesday trnnsnctlne business Mrs. Anna Gamblln and son 'wvenee. of Kennctt, Mo., arrived wwtlay for a visit with Mrs. Gam^' s motlier, Mrs. Fannie Htifr- Mrs. Charlie Cassldy called on -r mother, M rs . p. K . Klsscll Tties- >' afternoon. I'"* I>. T. A. of 40 and 8 helj elr regular meeting •Fuc.sday aft"""hl."'" 1 a " atlcn <lance of H Miss Ruth Snow was tlie guest of "--^r^^^Siir Mr A B' Mrs. Alice Shortc called on Mrs '. B. nny Tuesday Mrs. Mary pecry failed on Ar™ lc orla Neely Tue.sday af^noon' Mrs. George Perry cnllcd on Mrs • MoorcJTue^ny afternoon. New Liberty Lure «f Gold Starts Trek to Mountains B'JTTE, Mont.' (Ul>)-Already Ihe lure of gold "in them ihar hills' 1 Is calllnif prasjjectors to [he mountains, where streams are gushing I under the Influence of spring thaws, j Tlie roaring waters wash up thoj gold from Its lodes In xrnnlte country, deiKXsltlng the precious metal In Rand and gravel. This gravel is waslied by prosjieciors in pans rocker boxes and crude sluices. In llw Interests of the clty-ialsei! piospector, unfamiliar with tho methods ol tlie prosiwctor. the state bureau of mines has prepared a bulletin of simple Instructions on tho of the |)ro.si*ctor's tools. Read Courier News Want Ads. every Jno. C. MeHaney, Jr. "The Monunent Man" Hart, Schajfner & Marx TRUMPETERS Present University Grey A new color in mt'n's snils ... a new value, too . . . sind u novel radio program TONITE KMOX SI P. M. Featuring Edwin C. Hill, "The Man in the Kronf Row" New Mead Clothing Co. Electricity ... The New Helper on the Farm W hat cheap and abundant electric power has done for the industrial worker and his family in the alleviation of drudgery and the bet- terment of living conditions, it is now doing for the farmer. It is lightening ihe load of physical toil and increasing the comfort and convenience of the farm home. Jusl recall the farmers' wives of a few years ago— and many even today! The drudgery of washday over old washtubs! Then ironing; heating flat irons on the kitchen stove, and then back and forth, back and forth, from stove to ironing hoard. Pumping water by hand. Cleaning and filling kerosene lamps. Butter produced only after grueling labor. But why continue! How utterly this situation has been changed in the electrically equipped farms of today! One wife is now needed where two and three were needed before. Hard physical toil was the reason, ELECTRIFY YOUR HOME AND FARM. ELECTRICITY IS THE NEW HELPER ON THE FARM. Arkansas-Missouri Power Company Here's Our^ Birthday Surprise ( for Smart Women! HATS Latest Fashion 1 Best Straws and Colors! Rayon Lounging Pajamas H HARD WATER Toilet Soap Cak« ihai hsil Sooilm.g! 4 colors; 4 ilvlitate stems. Fcr soft wai«r KXJ! 5aw.' 12 cakes 49C 98c Again Ynu Savt! FANCY HOSE Distinctive, new p-ittrnis that will catcli tlie fancy of every nan I A jjreat economy I HAXATHON ^ ^ k-k HATS £.98 Novelty Rayon , and Cotton Basque £ffectit Organdie Ruffles! i COTTON FROCKS NEW slylo? for strett — for sports —few aitcrnoonl Variety! Btst prinll! BANDEAUX Uplift «ff«t1 As sorted fabrics Sonw arc h«m Uitchwl -A iplea did bur I Sues 19 to 231 Hf»y rayon rich- Ij dttoratcd with or contrasting B-I-G BATH TOWELS 24 x 48 inctiul Heavy, double thread; colored stripe borders. Lx)wcst pri« in otir history 1 Cacvai Gtovci 5e t-owcst price in \\ ti J. C Penney Co DEPARTMENT 220-222 W Main St. '• tee. STORE Blytheville, Ark.
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