The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 13, 1939 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 13, 1939
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?AGE TWO .„ COURIER 5 NEWS COMMJMENTA8Y TICKET ,Thk, Ticket Will Admit E. P, fillman *' Companion KITZ THKATEK ' —to *«e— On ' H»«Y«i' Moon" FLAPPER FANNY By 6y M. Fonnfr Lotal JIan ff«d Tn.Cani<hers\IHe -, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hart, of Rtdgtey, Tenn., h»v9 announced the marriage of their daughter, Grace, I to Fred R«g»n, also of RIdgley, formerly cf h«c. _ The ceremony was performed Sunday night In Caruthersdllc by the Rev. D K. Poster, pastoi of the Fust B»ptlst church at his home. Mrs. Hagan is ft graduate ot Rldgley^ High scho:l and attended Union University In Jackson. Mr. Ragah Is a planter of Rldg- ley where they will Jive, Mr. Ragnn moved from Bl;thevllle about ten years ago. « • f Class Has Party • Mcmberj-'cf Mrt./J. Cecil Lrwo's Siinday school class of the First Christian church 'were entertained at a "plcnlo parly" yesterday afier- rioon al the Christian Hall. Tht class is made up of boys nnd girls between the ages of eight and len years. Twelve members and three visitors R ere. present for the nlfalr. An impromptu program was given, • the classroom was rearranged and games were played. Refreshments o f sandwiches, : cookies.and .iced'drinks were served picnic stvle. % . ^ 4 Has Club Party Mrs Rodney L Banister enter- tamed ruembers of the O.ntract club and Uo gycsts, Mis. Riley B. Jones and Mrs. Llojd Btlckmon, with a party al her home yesterday., A mi^ed bouqilet of autumn Jlo\sers was arranged in the centci of tlie dining table al which lunch was seryed. Boilmiets cf pink roset and yellow marigolds vvere ar ranged about the living room ana sun room ,' In the bridge games which fol Icwcd, Mrs. Oarroll Blakemorc was high scorer among the club members nnd 'Mrs the guests. Btickmort," among Is Quest*At Club Luncheon • Miss Zola Crafton Was n lunch= con guest of Mrs. I! H Hatchlns yesteraay alternoon when she entertained members 6t the Mid-Week Bridge club with a .party at her home. For the' centerpiece, Mrs Hou chins had arranged B bouquet •.! mixed tloiers. Othei \sses of loses and .marigolds decorfttcd the home. Mrs Cecil Shane received high score prize in which foil v.ed Bits of Newt Mcwtly Per«on»li ^....CARKQ.CgulUgK.NgWg.. _ I * ola fans' will also 'go ever for Ih'c - .-same. VV special bus has been ohar- . tcral for Iho accommodation of the crowd. !'.- « : . f. ... 'Hula Moore lilllard'Marries IVflss Eula Moore Dlllard of Blr- . OiJKbiwV Ala., arid Frftriklln Ifolt Of Dial c)ly were married In Memphis last night, according lj an an- nbuncemcnt by Mrs. J. j Dillard Of Osceola, mother of Miss Dlllard. The bride, who is also a sister of Mrs. B. c. Bryan, is u member of Hie family in the Minnie Holinan Echool ID Jjlrminshnm and has 'visited here on n number pf oc - cations, Mr. Hcit Is traffic m<m- r A-railroad "in thnt-section and will make his _ FRIDAY, OCTOB_EU 13,; 193'J. Mr. nnd MI.S, Oily Norman of Jasper, Ind,, Imve gone to San flt "•••" •""* ".'" "»"»•• Antonio,--Texas for a visit Bftor ncadtiiiarlers in Birmingham... having .- been guests of Mr and Mr ' fl "d:Mrs. Holt will come to Mrs. Edgar Bornm and Mrs. Ellz- °s«ol»' Saturday for jevernl dnys abpLh niwnr. fn,. in,.ri, n i j— with her hjolher and Mr. nnd Mi'.s. Bryan dale, Miss,, will arrive this afior- . noon to spend Die weekend with Amo "£ ll)e s Mr. ""'" c """ . abelh areciic for several d*j's Miss Sallle Bleveiiii of ..*,. fjui.1 »v»ij>, wjjarjeg MorencQd •*"'>- Bain Coble, wlit> was taken She and Mrs, Me rehead worked to- lo lhc Bi )>"*t hospllnl In Mem""""»• IVl '- •• — — ••• phis last Saturday for an ciner- icncy iperation J 0 r appendicitis, Is improving satisfactorily. gcther this »uinmer an counsellors in Lake Lure C»mp For Glj-Js nt Lake Liirc, N, C, Mrs, C. .W. Afflick, Mrs. Jamcfi H. Bell and Mrs. Byron ^i. vjun aim i>ji*. .oyj'on Aiorfio Rrc b ^ uui °n tne ncfn spending today jn Memphis. While When .ho fell from a lei) foot scaf (.hum Ihrvw will Cllnt-.;! » n ;..~ it._. .nl[l thifc XVPpV- there, they will spend soine time with Mrs. Otto Kochtltzky of cp- lumbus. Miss., formerly of her*, and her mother, Mrs. j, w Morse who Is 111 in Iho bosplla! there. Miss Nols NR$on will go to Darling, Mlssj, this afternoon to-spend tho weekend wllh her parents, Mrs. ), Cecil LoWe, Mrs.- M. 'r, Moon and Mrs/ P. D. Smith are spending today in Memphis. - '•'•' > Mrs. W, A.. Blckerstflff and ; Mrs. G. W. M;ore. returned yesterday afternoon from points along "the GUI i Const and New Orleans. They , went to Tiipelo Sunday' where the) .were Joined-by Mrs.-Marc's tuo sisters, Mrs. J. H; Slrawh arid'Mrs. George Reynolds, and Mr. Reynolds! who .accompanied them fort . the trip. In .New Orleans,' they to the-schools In hontr of Chester Cnldweil nnd. Mrs. John' vlsltc d Mi's. Moore's br.thef, who "Why, it was so too a fair fight! Both of 'cm were bitin'," "Ycuh, but .Dora's (jot braces on her teeth," • . i Miss -Eno, who is 84 jears ot age, atid 1ms complied this bock over a period of 32 y'chrs. ' . Vases of rojc.'i, . - golds mid gypsdphila (lecoralcd the enterttiining rioms.' A. three course lunch was served: • • * Former Secretaries Honored, \yllh' Supper Eight of the f;rmer secretaries of George W Durham |o-al allor ne\, \\ero honored nt a supper partj given last nl'ht by Mi Bni ham nl his home. Some cf the guests had been employed by .. the former Holland ami Barham li\w lirm while others had \\orked onl> foi Barham Of (he 23 jeirs tint he Ins prac- liced law In this city, Mr. Hnrhsm has had 22 stenographers Is. cf honi still reside here. ' Placccnrds for the Informal sup- pei were pictures ol tjoewriters A bouquet of mixed flowers made the centerpiece oijthe (able while arrangements cf<ro£cs rmtigolds and inixe'd;' (foiycrV decorated the remainder" of the house. Games were played and "Iho guests remlnesced following supper « « • r TMys Cards \Vitli Club Ed Jnmcs. for n parly, nt !icr home. in the,bridge games, Mrs, ,W. D. McOlurkii) received high score prize .among ilte club' members was ill hi the hospital there. Mrs. Esilo Davis and dhiiglilcr, ' Miss Patty 'J line, and BUI ; blii) Jr., will Memphis' to- priza .among me cum' members ""," .•"•> wm-.-go^io Mempnis to- arid Mrs, Cftldwoll high anjorig the luorrotv lo spend'thc-wcekend iyitii cnr<:U ' ' . • I MrsV DnvW mjfhnr. Mi-i: - \jln^Hrt n of i.5. . .-..••• I Mrs. faavk' .'mtther, Mrs., MaHlc 4csserl cbiirse' of pie niitl cof-l Hafrell, who Is Ul'hvthe M6Lem6re vnt cnrt'prf ni iiin ..-tioinptnti «r - clhitc there. Mrs. W.'D. Ohaihoiiri Sr., another daughter of Mrs. "Hnr?. rell, !s '.vllh her now, having, gorie to Whitelia\eh Tenn , Wedncsdnj HUB ini-.m;: ocasDii night when she tyeeame seriously Plans for Die remainder of Iho '" B11< ' befoic she was rein vcd to Little Theater -seison wci e discussed tlle clinic Mr ilariell Da\is a list night at a meeting ol the grandson of Mrs Harfcll and Mis rou Davis \\lll fee was served at tlie 'ci tho -games, «.,'* * Plan for Rcmaiuiicr of Litlle tlicatcr Season group at the city hall A soclnl cnlcilnlnmcnt, c mplelc Davis \\lll spend Sunday «llh her E Stanley Mrs J o , details of which will be announ-eJ Buchmvm and Helen Frances next meeting \vis plann-d for this Btichannn spent yesterday in Mera mnTitli '- ' ' - - '. . ' nliis, month Miss Mildred Moore, the financial phis treasurer, Mrs annovlnc ,Ed Anderson lommy. Eugene, and (ion : called -to tut: inmuuiiu rujKjri nanoiinc- A v llllll .v rjU Bcay, \wurc v : • cancel :io that in re than $70 was made C MX> Oliardeau jesterday to be ftllh from the ticket sale on the last show, Night Must Tall ' Mrs Andeisons sister Miss Masters «ha underwent a show, Night Must Tall Expenses, yerm Masters v>ha underwent a she said would amount to about majoi operation al the hospital Ihn snnlo tnlnl f thnrp thlK mrvrnVno ; , l coined) pr bauly there this morning 'yMrj^on 8"h9rei coine) pr auly Peiinv^ yr« 'ton S"herei who underi Wise' will •'be gi\eni during the went*an operation at the Walls h sf month ot December ns the next pilal a Week ago, is now much ' ------ J ' sho\\ on this seasons program live .bridge games FUn Spaghetti Supper Preparations for a congregational spaghetti supper to be held 'Oct. 29 »ere made at a meeting of the Ladies' AW ol Temple Israel last night at; the Jidme ;i Mrs. .1). K. Haraar? a\ Osceola. Mrs." A.-Nickol, of Osceola, became ,a member of the group at last night's meeting. Guests .ware Mrs. M. iHiler of Fiat RUer, Mo.. hvliseguest of Mr. and Mrs ft. Welnberg of Osceola, Miss Virginia Nicnol and Miss Rebecci NlcKol, rwth ot Osceola. A social hour f'lWvcd the business meptiiig during which time the hostess served refreshments. Ths ileU meeting nlll be at, th, home of Mrs. Louis Applebaum, Wsdnesday, Ocl. 25, Sirs. JlBghcs 1US Club , A cenvprpleSe of mKcd autumn flowers «as used on the dining table of Mrs Rpss D. Hughes yesterday afternoon nhcjj she cn- teriamed : :Jaernbers • of the Thursday Luncijecn club \ntli n part> at her home. In the bridge games, high rcore prize i.eni io Mia nussell Phillips nnd second high lo Mrs. c, W Afflick. * & H JSlect Delegates lo Stale and National CDnvcnlitnj Pe!e|alci 10 the .SWti and na tUn'al united Daughters 61, the Confederacy conventions v.ere clio w;n >eslerday at a meeting of th Elliott' neither chapter a! UK home pi Mrs. Loy Welch for hm:h Mrs; Welch, Mrs; J.. W. Adam Er^ Mrs. Charles. Altord, Mrs. 1 • I* Huhener, and Mrs H. C Hal were hostesses to the 15 member fclr the first luncheon meeting Mrs. James B Clark, prcsldcu pi the Arkansas division; and mem btr o? the Elliott Fletcher chapter S73s chosen delegate to the i\at|ona cjpmentiDi^ in CharlesUn, s C NOV.' 2, wttVi Mit RoliiVd Orec as" Rlteinate. J>Irs. Olerk vrill bt accompanlC to" the slate comtntlon m LI DC radc Ocl. '21, 25 and J6th bj Mr Loy Welch and Mrs Adams f delegates.. Mrs Alford and Mr Hubener, state corresponding seer tary, wcr6 chosen altcrnnlcs . Mrs. W J.-T. Oterst p'tcsidcijl bv the Lujrnes^Sesoloi) vihldi was lo •lOf-td by a-pKgtath. Mris ohatl Mfor(l read, a'pipe r t on "Jhe Las Confederate Poft do ,B^ Close The Capture.of'^yilmmjton '], v The chap'ter-ls' place ' tt\e booh,' "Hlslbrlft'/Spots In 'A kautas" by Wiis"clata B. lino each ' of the city's public whoo and also the Lutheran and CatU He vhooli | The book^' are lx>l Mrs. Rtdney L. sda\ afternoon whon Bhe enter- hied members of the Town and ountry ciab with a party at her ime. Garden flowers syero used In Hie 'Miss Yarbro' Title Thompson Miss Mars Kathryn Thompfoii WRS chosen. the most popdlar and most bcaittiriil girl in ; yarbro at a uaraen nowere syera \iscd In Hie ^ ox *"PPcr gl^eh by the Yirbro itertalning rooms. Refreshments Me'liadlst clmrch Wednesday night •"'e Eervcd after the bridgo games a ' "'" srhnn '. Marlho Ann n,.,,,-i, which Mrs. Banister was high ' nii<l orer and Mrs. G. G. Oaudlll, sec- id hfeh. " • * i Guest of Club Mrs. Uobci-t Grimes played cards Ith members ol the Thursday esEerl club yesterday afterno: n hen they were entertained at the ountry home ol Mrs, .W W liavcr. ; Flowers used In the entertainirr corns were dahlias, roses anc larlgolds. A desSerl ccursc of cake toppea •Ith whipped cream was served Itn cofffe tcfore tlie bridge game*. 5rs. Earl Unrttty received high core.prize iincl Mrs. J. R. Turner, ow prize. Ilioivcr Given Monday A shower was given'for the Rev. ^. J. Tl>omps:n, pastor of the Dliurch of tfie Immaculate Con- cptloti, nnd hts assistant, the Kcv. B. A. McDevitt. Monday atternonn t the Irome ol Mrs. Paul Grecn- Tcll. Guests at t!ic sli;v.-er were mem- :rs of the A ;hiircli of Hie eptioit. Refreshments ... „.„„ „.,„ ltl . u drinks Here served by the hostess --tier the gifts had been opened • .' " * ' Is Hostess to Cluh Garden flowers decorated the ionic of Mrs. 1,. u. Morre yestT- fiay afternoon wlien she was liort- css lo members of the Delta Contrad club nnd twj guests. Mrs - - Martha Ann _ Lorettn Vnrbrd tied for the hcnor of "Junior Miss" In a contest for girls under 12 years of age. Other girls who participated, in the senior popularity .contest and beality revue .were Miss Nadine Lljlls, Miss Virginia Galncs and Miss J8i!e Stiles. ' in a coinlcar contest, Albert Hot- lingsworth was given a prize for being (he - "laziest" man around lmpro\cd Mrs O R McMonMe Mrs W O\\en Blue, Mrs J, Nouls iMoon nnd Mrs A W Y unj, of Osceola spent yesterday in Memphis Osceola Society — Personal Ccbb Funeral charge. Blast .Victim', Body }»«*** . dltcll cle[ I 0 Be Sent -To Vivian for Drainage District No. ••_..;• _- ' He Is survived only by Tlie remains >of Arlle U Mc- Inttsh of Osceola, who was' Instantly killed iii a dynamite explosion yesterday noon, will be sent this afternoon u> Vivian. La., for burial. The 39-year-old foreman ol a construction company was blown into blls when a storage cf dynamite exploded hear HlghUm'er, ten •miles southwest of Blylheville. Mclntbsh, who hnd livctl In , for a year, wjis born in Illinois but. went lo -Oscoola from Texas, where lie had resided fir ft number of 'years. Mrs. McliiUsh's home Is' In Vivian. 'ItleiHincltton was posltivejv cs : tablishcd lalo ycstcrrtay after fellow workmen had picked up bits of clothing and part* of Ills body which; were .blown in every direction by the heavy explosion. What caused the tragedy Is a mystery. Moliitosh did not ordinarily . Set'"ctt"'the dynamite hitn- self, iis 1113. job. *as to operate Hie machine whicli • cleared the ditch a, his \vife. Home was in At The Hospitals Blyllievllle hospital Jncklo clantori, Haytl, dismissed. " Mis. T. J. .Johnson, city, dismissed. • . •* Mtmpliis Bapllsi hospital Mrs. T. J. Burke, city, admitted. Mrs. Henry A. Boltch, Haytt, ad- mlltel ' .... Bruce ivy, Osccola, admitted Mrs. M. .M.., Lusk,. Wilson, admitted. Clarence Dunn, Manila,.adnillled Boi-ii to Mr. ami: Mrs. Clyde unj^uviiig stuisiHciorify ".".VJMHI: «iucii - uiearuu viie uuvn Fred Golden siwiaJnecl a broken nllel ' stumps'had been blown. It riglit arm and culs on the'head bc!lev cd thnt he went to the tree, when he fell rronva lei) foot sca'f- wlierc > t'^ . explosive was stored, to .old tills week. Little Jerry Drh'er, of Mi- and Mrs. Jcttie Driver, has been ill (lie past several days. * - .. Attend 1J.-A. R. Mettinj Today Csccola members of the William Strong chapter D. A. R. who arc (n Marion today for the first moel- ing-of the chapter are Mrs. o A O.ivls, Mrs. C, M. Harwell, Mrs Susie Kelsir, Mrs. Maggie BarWers, Miss Ruth Massey, .Mrs. Harry ;oncs,. Mrs. John Edrluglrji- nnd Mrs. VV; J. Driver. The prooram is being lc<l by Mrs, Harry Jones. Tlie affair Js a luncheon meeting at the "entury Cluu BuUdJng, S. M/Denhison of Cincinnati arrived this week for a.visit with his daughter, Mrs. David Travis 'and Mr. Travis. • •Mr.-wild Mrs. Jpe W. Rhodes have returned ,-frcm Little :-Roak and Coinvay. Mr. Rhodes -attended, a meeting of the Arkansas Municipal League In Little Rock while Mrs. Hhode.s spent the time with,her' parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. \V. Sib- <ey In Cpnway. Tlio ;Rev. L.: T. Lawrence has returned from Lojioke where he'at- tlended the annual posed . of. the eastern half of the state Tuesday,'.and Wednesday, Jicob llariz presiden!, of the HmU Tlioiell Supplj Company In Stuttgart has been Die guest of G Hnrtsill Hanks this week. .Mrs. George Ballotie vvns a visitor jn Memphis Thursday,_ Mrs J L Glascoe is there on business todij 5 On" of Biitalns largest hea\y bombers h the Vlcl-ers Weliing- t n ' ,1 geodetic heavj hombti ijhfch cnriles a full mi'iliry lo-xrt ""] miles non stop at 180 _J\ oul f r I \ CHILL AND FEVER Here's Relief From - Malaria! j Don't let Malaria lorlure you'i -.-Don't shiver with'chills and burn •'with fever. , get some dynamite when the explosion . occurred, . Richard Woolen, who was work- e on the .J:l> nearby, heard the noise but did not actually witness tho explosion, Mclntosh was employed by the "TOO "LATE TO"CLASSIFY"" For Sale, fi room stucco, near City Park, on Davis SI. Has 3 bedrooms. Bargain for quick sale.. 51750. Small down payment-, balance less than I'ent. Thomas Land Co. 13-ck-lQ CHURCH CARNIVAL liingo and Other 5c Games FUN FOR AIJ, ACKS! Salvirday Afternoon and Nisht—Octoher 14th. CATHOLIC HALL Ash anrl Divsllon Young Peoples dull of the Cliurch «f the ImmacuUle Canvtjfilon. iront, Bassett, a- son. -• Memphis Methodist hospital Mrs. P. H, Cooper, Cooler, admitted. . Memphis St. Joseph's hospital Mrs. Leo Garner, Osceola, admitted. . Bom tc- Mr, and Mr*, o. P Ty- 6cn Jr., Grlder, «. daughter. He Collects 1,200 Pencils SYLVANIA. O. CUPJ-If you ever need a pencil, 'you might check with Russell R. Erhart,, who lias 1,200 o( them. Ehvhart, -former field ecci'etary for Otterbehi College, began ijis pencil-collecting holjby three years ago and has just about, any kind o[ pencil that exists.... ft Is not uniawfui'to write'checks for less than one Uollai. NU-WA Laundry-Cleaners Phone 180 For Prompt Laundrj , «nd Cleaning S«rvict NOTICE Notice—I- ani_ now salesumn fov Thomas Land 'Co, Have good biiys on Farm aild City Property, H. C. Campbell. l3-ck-20 . Proceeds-of the'box supper and the coiitesl.5 went to (he Yarbfo Methodist church. Extension Department Officials Visit Here Horace Thompson of Little Rocfc, n.wislanl director of the &tii(« ex- leiiklnii department It! Arkansas, wa.s In Mississippi County yesterday on business. He ivas accompanied by j o Fnllertoii of Liltlc Kock. district agrlciilliiriH n B cut who v/an fcnn- crly Mississippi count}- agent. bers of the Altar society of the r " i """ 1 - Immaculate Con- of cake and Has Birthday Trip •le . .Al-first sign of Malaria, lake - .~~, --..- I Grove's Taslcless Chill Tonic. A . Fvlday the thirlecillh Is no i>n-' rcal Malaria medicine. Made cspe- lucky diiy for Pnul Lawrence, son '.J"l l3 i.« for t |' l ;,.' lur P 0 se. Conlains of thf- nnv i T t ioii-nn^ i, * -tasteless qufhidme and iron. 01 uie^ue\. L. 1. Lawiencc and Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic ac- Mrs, .Lawrence/ but the. Occasion of tually, combals Malaria infection in his thlrtcenlli birthday when, lib . .the'Wood." It relieves the freezing father take him und n group , of (ricnds to Mnrked tree tonight ».u.-..wuu. A. itjlvvci t,,c Jlt,l.'il[jy chills, the burning fever. Helps you .feel baiter fast. ' e Grove's Tasteless FARM LOANS We malic loans friuh S5DO up. Cheap rale of interest Quick service. No loan too small pr noiie too large. RJALES J.AND CO. 2ml Door Soiilh of City Halt FEAST ON ABBOTT'S BEEF Charlie Abbott's White Faced Hereford Steers are usir ally shipped North where people demand the yery best Our tnal handling this qualify beef will be approved b> your purchases thm week end. Your favorite sleaki roasts, etc. Guaranteed lender & the best beef you've C\Cr ' ' Puritan PIG TAILS Extra Quality, Lb. Qfl _Faney Sliced 22 '/,c XU Ears-^Muckles Clean-Fresh, Lb. _ Marked Tree's trail when "'by it. Pleasant to take, too Even they; meeM the Osceola Scmlnoles -Childroh talte it Without a whimper,,' to settle the rjUcstion ,cf the north- 'V-- c , n 5, ^ lv , cr ? n , d burn - At'MSi Arkansas fpotb s)1 champion- '•SMMS. 1 ''?SfK?LlSi? ship. less Chiil Tonic. . s Buy the .large size 33 it gives you V," .'•'••;••- ouyine inrge srzt; as it civ Uis parents Orel planner! a blitli- '• much rnore for your moriey. day party b\it Pnul decided he ivould rather have the trip to Marked Tree with Kcverai friends as his guests. Those jn the jiaHy are his m-othcr, Carey Lawrence, Jimmic Laney, Eugene Tliorne, Ben Flan- iilgan, Austin Moolc, Jr. •Around one hundred other O?.cc- FREE ON MIDWAY t-V'^.r-.^K. "'{* 1: y : Greater Exposition PUBLIC WEDDING in Addition In Hcguiar Fi'cc Acts •J-1 __ Through UIB use of a perfected I MOTHERS relieve mijery J bombsigtit, U. B. Army Ixmbcrs are I of colds externally v/ilh I canaijlp nr !u-nrin(T HJ T ..^I i,j,_ _.. I ___•.' I EYE WATER for Vfnt-Ip, &n\- miis and Poultry. Harmless'and Painless, Contains No Poison. Will not Iny. Sate for children's eyes Use I3r. Black's Eye Water freely ai\d frrauentiy to keep the eyes clean. te Red atid Pink-Eyes lor Aching,.Burning, Tired, Twitching, Watering, Weak, strained and Irritated Ejcs, caused by dust, sun glare, reading sewing, tnotorln» picture shows, manufacturing plants and shops. Dr. Black's Eye Water !b Guaranteed to give satisfaction, buy a bottle today from Dorurh's or any drug store and he n' 12-loot square lorgctr, from 30.006 tf It ho«n'f o Wovdmogntf ... ft (ui't a Ztnifh Mou{l 6D411-Ricl, lif e .|ik« lone with this streamlined plastic. Comes in while, gray, gt-cn or mahogany. Wivemignei equipped...fin- hick. Power, ful jvperheier- od;oe chassis; HARD AWAY : APPLIANCE COMPANY & Slain Vhonc 'i'i'i NOTICE TO CSTY CONSUMERS Due lo certiiin repair and maiulenancc work which will require about a week it has been necessary for us io increase (he normal water, pressure, from JO. to approxi-• match- GO [(outtcls. This may result in the appearance of a few small leaks, "sweating' 1 of pipes und possibly a pounding noise in some water pipes, These conditions should disappear as soon as.lKc water pressure is again biought to-normal. ELVI^ILLE WATER GO. Bernard All«», Sfsr. "Water Is Your Ohc.ipcst CoinmOiJlly" SUGAR CURED HOCKS •-.'........- - or JOWLS, Lb. 12i c OR Tender Aleaiy, Ib. 15' G. N. BEAKS 9S's Nu Crop Cookers, 10 Lbs. OLD SOUTHERN: _/ Com & Cane. .Gallon 45 Lard, Shortening Rex Pure, -i Ib Cartons 39c (Pails 5c & IQc Higher) Jewel, 8-lb..-CartonsC 77c' FLOUR Quality Guaranteed Cambric 24 tb 75c; 48 §1.43 Shibley 24 lb.73et .^ . . C, White 24 lb.68c; 48. 11.25 J6:. DAIRY FEED OR SHORTS S1.49 ROOFING PAPER Per Roll Ply 98c; . . 1 Ply 8Si 3 Plv §1.0M MEAL Fresh Cream Happy' Bin? 10 Lbs. 24 Lb.'-He OUR MARKETS ARE COMPLETELY STOCKED WE HANDLE THE BEST FOR LESS Hulk Lard Shortening- Oil Sausages Bologna, Franks, "Weitjers Cheese & Lunch Meats Hens & Fryers Milk Fed Veal , Pickled Pigs Feet Mutton-Tender Sheep Brcokfield Sausages Sail Mackerels Veal & Beef Livers Beef, Choice Quality Pork, Brains, Sausage, Hams SALT MEAT Pound lOc SPARE RIBS Pound 13jc COFFEE Pure & Fresh Ground as Sold Bon-Ton 20c; Trent 17'/jC-; Rio !h H. & E. Cane Exlni Fine 5 Lbs. in Lbs.. Me SALAD DRESSING Rich. Creamy Rite: Price, (It. 22 OIXIOIS'S Large YeUow, Ib. 2 H- ITURNH'S 2 {Fresh Washed lr>. .. Pojatot's, . .100 Ibs, S1.75 Apples Pk. 19c; llushel 60c Crapes Red or Jilk )b' Ty t c Grapefruit, nucr'op ea 7'/ 2 c Orasncs, Fla do?. 2,'k J.ettHcc Fancy Head . 7( Celery, Jiimbo Crisp .. 10t Haitanas,. Nice, nor... 15; Sweet ,'1'ota'tqes Hu. . 65i Ripe Tomatoes'lb.".'...5t FBEE PENCIL WITH EACH PlJKUHASl ANY 5c SCHOOL Prirle 111. Corn ....;.8y t c Kraut, Tall Gianl ....tCc Tomato Paste .2^c Peas, Petit Pois Can lOe OLEO, Ked Rose, )b. ..'l : W Tissue,-1000 Sheets , Gloves, Jersey pr. ... .liK Work Shirts, Blue ea. -19c Churns, Crocks. No. 1 20« Asp.irihI2's ........... ,3C Nash Chill-Tonic ,,,Mc Matches, Spaghetti Macaroni or Salt ea- 2 1 c J COFFEE, Canova ' 2 'or Max. House, lb. Bxlra Cash Discpunis or Theatre Tickets Free RITE PRiCE STORES Store No. 1 111 E. Main Thonc 231 'irt' iHylheville ' Home Owned & ... .Operated Store- N». 2 320 W. Main Phone 767'

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