The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 6, 1941 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 6, 1941
Page 3
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY G 1M1 Double Your Money Back If We Make Error RITE PRICE STORE ne and Only ~ Hi-m E. ,\uin Across from iiak<-r? BEST FOR LESS EVERY and Slapta .\ieat.s Ve General Merchandise Phone 234 — Free Anywhere T._H. VanBlbbfiir. Owner & Operator R. C. Baby Beef Steak, Ib ...... 2io Country Butler, only best lb...i>f>c Eggs, guaranty ir^e fresh.... HQ >li«seo Peas, Irge cans! .......... 5c .Spaghetti or Macaroni, box ____ !>i<,c Cigarettes, all brands ....... 1.7;^ Oleo. gu-ift's Lily, pure ........ lOc Chili, Cudahy'R; Ib. can ........ I5c Cod Fish Cakes, UnderwoVxis ...... iCe BLYTTTEVrLLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Principal Speaker Will Bd Mrs. Charles Schultier, Farm News Editor BACON IS I'ig Tails— Ears—Snoots lh ..... 7 »,£<-. Salt Meat, side, Ib ........... I5e Pork Chops or Steak, !b ....... 19c f.f Pot Koaxl or Stew ........ isc Fresh Dressed, it> ....... 25c Hrookfield Links, pkjc ............. 16 e Breakfast Bacon, sliced, Ib ____ -,?Ac Cottage Cheese, Armour's ..... 15c Liver, genuine sliced, Ib ....... 25c Boiled or Spiced Ham, Ib ....... 35c Pickled Pig- Fef-t, 3 pc ......... lOc Better Cra«kUn.*rs. Ib .......... 7 ^c LARD Home t de . , MO., Feb. .0. | —The annual meeting of the Pomi- <sooi. Comity Farm Bureau will be hole) here Friday, with . Mrs. Charles SchutUer. editor or the Missouri ,Pnnn Bureau News. arid seerftiarv or tho Missouri Farjn Suir-au Federation. 10 tx 1 principal speaker. Dr. J. O. Rankin. president of the Pemi.scoi County organ i/.aUon, will preside 'during the program nnd business meet ing, during which nc-v/ oilieors will be elected. ' Other program features are: An address by C. R. Talbert. president of the Dimklin County Fann Bureau: Report of Lhe Home and {Community Committee, headed by 'Mi's. R. M Rice; Dlsciission of Group Ifospiialifcatioti iusurarce; Fooci demonstration by Misses Barbara Buckley ami M'aiy Ann JPI-- njgaii, ribbon winners at the Stale 4-H Roundup ior foods demonstrations teams. The meeting will begin at ten o'clock at the Presbyterian Church, with luncheon at the noon hour. • Uli/pr nnd •dairy prodiicf.s. •present .laws,, milk, butf-e ' other dairy product conrlpmnod in i IVnnassPd or Missouri may bf ! brought into Arkansas ami ' sold. I Measures against whii>b -Mr. Cat.o spoke are Uio "irinenuu rnorohuni or rolling stow" bill, bpf-aiuse of several objectionable clause and the "Statf- Wages ami Hours'Bill" He commonded Represenuuivp 1. H. Autry of livirdette for his Dm work in bflwh- 01 agi-iouliuiv and explained ihsit the amendmnLs of- I fered 1:0 ihe las', haine'I bill by , Mr. Antry were nddtd i-.i the event. I fhe bill \vm> pn?s.-fc». h:, the brjsl : <hnt could be done undnr the cir- j curnuances, i Among the other stale and dis- ! (rict otTcials here for tlie meet- i in rj were J. O. F'uUmon of l.illli- 1 ( Rock. dLstricf u«eni: p. D. Chastain. district represeni alive oi PSA; and John litMuphill, AAA Hdmini-sirator for nonhcasi Arktm- c ;is. * Charles R. Colenwn. former president of tho Mississippi Coiiniy Farm Bureau, and p. R. Tomp- kin.s. present prositiont, prpsldod. Mr. Tompkins left shortly after noon for Lil.Lle Rock to be "present at a hearing of the Wages and Hcm-s Bill lusi niRhi at Hotel Mn- rion. PAGE THREE Fai •in Bureau Hiimko or Mrs. Tucker's, Ib lOe Apples, Bright Evap., Ib lOc Salt, bulk, Ib. Ic; 100 Ibs 9«c Quaker Oats Feed. 100 Ibs 1.39 G.N. Beans, better cooking. lb...5c Ric«. full-head hidk. Ib 5c Peaches, Evap. Bright, Ib... lOc Seasons All Meats to Cook box 5c Mother's Oats, box 25c Coffee, pure, fresh, 2 Ibs 25c Raisins, seedless, 15 02 lOc Grahams & Cookies, both boxes 27c Ivory Snow & Soap, both lie Liciuid Meat Smoke, pint 49c BABY FOODS 7ic I 9 Grapefruit Juice, 4« o/ I5c Peaches in Syrup, can 9e Fif.s, Calif. 8 oz 9c Potted Meat, Cudahy's 2V«c Soups, Campbell's can.., lOc Bly. Green Bca ns, can 8c Pride III. Corn, can lOc Armour's Best Beans 7c Picmentos, 4 oz. cans 5c Beets, Ltbby's can lOc Asparagus, Picnk: can He Asnirln, I2's pure 5c ^Continued rrom Page i) Dodson,' director of the state federation, led a spirited conference in the afternoon dealing with concrete plajus and methods used' in the various counties. | and led the bureaus "to set in- j creased goals lor 1941. 'p. E. Tompkins. president of the Mississippi County Farm Bureau, and Charles R Coleman, former president, and now a member of the .state executive board, and H. C. Knappenberger of Blytheville. county .secretary, accepted a goal of' 2000 for this county. This county is at present the second largest 'in the state with over 1200 members. Legislation Explained Other speakers heard were Horace Gate of Little Rock, legislative chairman in the Arkansas Federation, who explained bills now before the legislature and their effect, upon agriculture. He urged passage of Senate Bill No. 90 to clarify the liquor tax structure and allocate the funds, claiming that it would put an end to the yearly deficits in the stale schools and keep intact the state charities fund. The Federation also favors a •Rural School Bill designed to cre- ^ ate a $300.000 'fund for 'rural schools, provide a county manager system for rural schools' and distribution of school funds on the basis of needs rather . than on population, 'and consolidation of schools to be decided -only by citizens of each local district. • Several -regulatory. measures now .up before the legislature are favored by ih e farm bureau, particularly those regarding-feed, fer- Lvca! Student Flyer Completes CAA Training Neil Moore of Blytheville. student at the University of Arkansas. Fayettevillp, Ls one of 21 .students completing both ground .school and Might training in the CAA nir training course at the school, officials said today. Dean G. P. Stocker praised the group's achievement in making passing grades for the fall .semester class. He commented that all -21 sUi- dents taking the final CAA examination in civil air regulations, meteorology and navigation, made passing grades the first time, which \vas an "excellent" record. One Divorce Sought One divorce complaint was filcil in Chancery Court yesterday. Jim Bates asked for a divorce from Rosa Lee Bates. TOUGH COUGHS ... when colds' misery aches in chest muscles SUGAR Finest O|J< 5 Ibs. £0 Alcohol, pint B.R.'s, targets free box. ... Chill Tonic, Hash's Build. Paper, 500 s<|. ft Grey Shorts. 17% Jersey Gloves, pair Hominy— Kraut— Beans Preserves, pure . House. Ib 5c . . 88c I8c §1,39 lOc 5c FLOUR 75 Lard, 8 Ib. paUs 73c Dr. Hess Poultry & Stock 25c Chick Starter, 10 Ibs 29c Fort Howard, lOc rolls. 7'^c PAG Soap, 3 bars lie: 7 for 25c Soap Powder, pound bulk 5c Cookies, fresh assort, Ib. I9c Wood Flour, close out specials Catsup, 3-14 oz. pure 25c Mustard, 5 quarts 25c Kraft's Parkay, Ib... «4's Potatoes, 15 Ibs. 19c; sk Sl-H Onions, sweet, 3 Ibs lOc Lettuce or Celery 8c Apples, Juicy Winesap, doz 15c Oranges, Calif. Fancy, 5 for 15c Bananas, Golden Ib 6c Greens, fresh bch 5c When a cold strikes with miseries of.muscular aches around chestor back, or with nasal misery .. -rub the chest, back and throat with quick-melting Pene- lro_~- fasl - working. active, powerful as n counter-irritant because extra-medicated. Place Penetro in not water and inhale vapors. These measures soothe irritated, congested, inflamed membrane, loosen phlegm, ease coughing ease local congestion, ease cheat tightness* and promote comfort and rest which is one ol Nature s best aide in making you forget you ever had a cold. Count on Penetro Women's Spring Shoes ENNA JETTICK \-?~ AS PICTURED Beige, Brown Trim Turf tan. Black Sizes' 4 to 10, Widths AAA-to-B OUR FEBRUARY FURNITURE SPECIAL! 9 PIECES AS YOU SEE THEM BELOW! Studio Couch, Coffee Table, Throw Ruq 2 Rockers, Lamp, 2 End Tables, Smoker! I AS PICTURED In Beige, Brown Trim, Brown and Black 9 LOVELY PIECES That Are Sure to Meet With Your Complete Satisfaction! ALL 9 PIECES FOR ONLY With the S m o k e r you have a choice of dthcr wood or metal or a lov e I y xinc rack. fi ng Sizes 4 to 10, Widths AAA-to-B FORTUNE OXFORDS FOR MEN 95 Tan, Black, Beige & Brown Combination Sizes 6 to 12 Widths A to EEE Base 3 AND 4 PIECES Bedroom Suites You could search far and wide without Hmlimj the equal of this Bedroom Suile bargain. And as usual, you can buy on Wade's easy payment plan DonH miss this bargain! •*. . *. . Mrs. Day's Ideal Baby Shoes At Popular Prices! THE FAMILY SHOE STORE 312 W. Main phone 231 PER SQUARE YARD This or any Bedroom Suite Selling Up to $49.50---Terms And Wade Furniture 112 W. Main St. Phone

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