The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 3, 1967 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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Blythevllle (Ark.) Courier News - Monday, April 3, 1987 - Page TIv» Nats Of Mm In Service SSgt. John L. Sloppier, whose wife Bertha is the daughter of Mrs. Harve Lewis of 521 East Moultrie, has completed a special training course for C- 141 flight engineers at Tinker AFB, Okla. Pvl. Brenda F. Lambert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Lambert of Route four, has completed eight weeks of basic training at the Women's Army Corps Center, Fort McClellan, Ala. Airman Doyle G. Nichols, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ulice Nichols of 923 South Clark, has been selected for training as a munitions specialist at Lowry AFB, Colo. The airman is a 1964 graduate of Blytheville High School and attended Arkansas State Teachers' College Pvi. William L. Ward, 19, whose parents Mr. and Mrs. William A. Ward and wife Amy "Voir federal Iran* T»v" fc an easy-to-rtad booWec prepared espe- ctalty for you. Get your copy Ssottt live at 407 East Fourth, Caruthersville, has completed a 14- week automotive repair course at the Army Ordinance Center and School, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md. Pvt. George L. Bidwell Jr., 20, whose mother Mrs. Louise G. Lipford resides at 406 West Kieger, Osceola, recently completed a light-vehicle driver course at Fort Dix, N.J. Pvt. Terry T. Vickers, 16, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claud Vickers of Caruthersville, completed an eight-week administration course with the Army at Fort Knox, Ky. Airman 1C Jerry C. Morton, whose wife Lillian is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Salmons of 420 East Vine, has been named Outstanding Airman in his unit at Moody AFB, Ga. Morton, a fuel specialist, is. a member of the Air Training Command. Sgt. Ervin H. Fabian, USA, whose wife Mildred lives at 1609 Carroll, Caruthersville, recently took part in construction of a heliport for CH-47 Chinook helicopters at Tuy Toa, Vietnam. The sergeant is a machine operator with Company D of the 577th Engineer Battalion of the 45th Engineer Group. Construction Electrician Second Class Phil M. Carner, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Carner of 1309 West Hearn, is at Camp Adenir, Da Nang, Vietnam, as a member of "Bravo" Company Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Five. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Monday, April 3, the 93rd day of 1967. There are 272 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in I860, The Pony Express began. A rider mounted his horse in St. Joseph, Mo.,-and rode off on ttie first leg of a hazardous relay to Sacramento, Calif. The Pony Express existed for only two years, but the daring experi- Wheat is being seeded or harvested somewhere in the world every month of the year. Cape Agulhas is ifie southernmost point of Africa. Today In History ences of the 180 riders who carried the mail became a legend in American history. On this date in 1785, American author Washington Irving was born. In 1807, German composer Johannes Brahms died. In 1936, Bruno Richard Hauptmann was executed for the kidnap-murder of the Lindbergh baby. , In 19-56, the original manuscript of "Alice in Wonderland" was sold for $50,000 to book dealer and collector Dr. A. S. Rosenbach. In 1947, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee approved the $400 millionTruman Doctrine program of aid to Greece and Turkey. Ten years ago — Postmaster General Arthur Summerfield warned a House appropriations subcommittee that mail service would be curtailed unless he was assured congressional approval of his request for a $47 million deficiency appropriation to meet expenses. Five years ago — President Joao Goulart of Brazil arrived in Washington for an official visit to the United States. One year ago — South Vietnamese Premier Nguyen Cao Ky branded the northern city of Da Nang a rebel city in the hands of Communist elements. The Washington Senators have not won an American League baseball pennant since 1933. KEY CLUB ELECTS — The Blytheville High School Key Club, a service organization sponsored by the Kiwanis Club, elected officers yesterday. Officials for the coming year are, from left, Bill Caudill, vice-presi- dent; Rob Porter, president; and George Hubbard, secretary-treasurer. The club consists of about 35 members from the 10th, llth and 12th grades. (Courier News Photo) rrrrrrrruss, popular playmates It's time to choose up your Russ Togs playmates. A vivid variety of cotton knit tops and stretch cotton gabardine bottoms for all your most active activities. Fashioned in all the lengths you like. From the demi-short sport to the long distance ankle pant. Pullover, Navy/Red/White, Aqua/ Olive/White, Brown/Pumpkin/ White or Orange/Yellow/White, S,M,L, *£M& Jamaica Short, White, Navy, Aqua, Clive, Brown, Yellow or Orange, 8-18, Top, Navy/White, Aqua/White, Olive/White, Brown/White, Yellow/ White or Orange/White, S,M,L, - -..,.. Pull-On Pant with Stitched Crease, White, Navy, Aqua, Olive, Brown,Yellow,Orange,8-18/' Featuring The Largest Selections Of Sportswear In This Area KNEE PANT, White, Navy, Aqua, Olive, Brown.JYellow or Orange, 8-18, DEMI-SHORT, White, Navy, Aqua, Olive, Brown, Yellow or Orange, 8-16, '"~, TOP, White, Navy, Aqua, Olive, Brown, Yellow or Orange, S,M,L, TOP, Navy/Red/Whita, Aqua/Olive/White, Brown/ Pumpkin/WhiteorOrange/ Yellow/White, S, M,_L, TOP, Navy/White, Aqua/ White, Olive/White, Brown /White, Yellow/White or Orange/White, S, M/i. TOP.White/NavyorNavy/ Red, S,M,L, TOP, White, Navy, Aqua, Olive, Brown, Yellow or Orange, S,M,L, DOUBLE KNITTOP, Navy/ Red/White, Aqua/Olive/ White, Brown/Pumpkin/ White or Orange/Yellow/ White, S,M,L,' " Shop Early For Complete Selections Use Our Lay-AWay Hay Fashion Dept. Store Hours: Monday thru Thursday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday & Saturday 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Both Hays Super Markets in Blytheville Open 8 A.M. Until Midnight Every Day - Momlay Thru Saturday BANANAS Golden Ripe ib. 8V2 1 Tennessee, 9 Oz. Frozen FRENCH FRIES ..90 Betty Crocker, 17 Oz. LAYER CAKE MIX 250 Dole, 46 Oz. Drnik P'APPLE G'FRUIT 250 Hy Grade, 3'/$ Oz. POTTED MEAT 100 Free Bowl Deod. Block with Qt. HI HO CLEANSER 490 Allen's No. 300 SPINACH 100 Tall Can, 16 Oz. Antler CHUM SALMON 550 Garden Club, 18 Oz., Peach Pres. or GRAPE JAM ..3 For $1 1/2 Lb. 71c UPTON TEA ,360 Reg. 59c JERGENS LOTION 350 Reg. 89c, 4 Oz. By Jergens Spray DEODORANT ^490 Giant Size : FAB 590 Folgcrs COFFEE 24b Can 1.34 Room Air Freshener, One third more FLORIENT 390 Hy Grade, 15'/ 2 Oz. CHILP BEANS 250 Dixie Belle Lb. Box CRACKERS 230 Hunts. 14 Oz. PIZZA CATSUP.. 100 Aliens No. 300 Can MIX VEGETABLES 100 Culrite 125 Ft. Roll WAX PAPER 250 Hy Grade, 4 Oz. Vienna SAUSAGE 5,,S1 Campbell's 10 % Oz. TOMATO SOUP.... 100 8 Oz. Size HAYS TEA 490 Both Hays Stores Are Authorized to Accept GOVERNMENT FOOD STAMPS REELFOOT HAMS 16-18 Ib. Whole Shank Ptn. Center Slices Heavy Meaty SPARE RIBS Lb.33 c MMMMHMiMMnBi One Quarter PORK LOIN Sliced Lb. FANCY FRYER PARTS Fresh Fryer BREASTS ,,390 Farm Fresh LEGS & THIGHS ,390 Farm Fresh FRYER GIZZAIDS ,230 Farm Fresh : FRYER BACKS Lb . 150 Farm Fresh SPLIT BROILERS Lb 290 Country Style, Cut Up CHICKENS L,330 Center Cut PORK CHOPS L D 690 Reelfoot or King Cotton PICNICS Lb390 Fresh Pork NECK BONES Store Made PORK SAUSAGE 990 Lb. 150 Tender Cubed MINUTE STEAK Lb 990 Grade A Medium FRESH EGGS ,990 Hy Val, Solid Pak OLEO 2Lbs 290 Puffin or Plantation, 6 Oz. BISCUITS 60 New Store Hours: Open Monday thru Saturday, 8 a.m. til Micfnite W« Reserve The Right To Limit Purchases None Sold For Resale Prices Good • thru Wednesday 2 Convenient Locations ; . 200 East Main St. 421 South 21rt S». .;

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