The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 2, 1939 · Page 4
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! MGE FOOT BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEW. 'COCKIER NEWS COMfUMENTARV TICKET Thl« .'. Tfo-M WiU Mm« J. W. :WUU»jns * Companion Lusor.i —to UM>- R1TZ-; TIIKVTE8. -l- .*, , "GAILANT- Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Ladles' BlUe class, First Methodist church; meeting 1:30 o'clock with Mrs. W. A. Stickraon. Executive Board, Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist, clmrch, meeting with Mrs. H. L. Chambers, 2:30 o'clock. United Daughters of Confetoiv . and Daughters of American Revo sandwich plate which was served conclusion of tho games In which with Iced drinks. Mrs. Child was high 'scorer' and Mrs. Renkcrt Wetonknmp ,«as Mrs. O. W. McCutchcn, second high! high scorer nnd Mrs. Nelson, sec-•Gives'Tarty Tuesday ond high in tho bridge games. . Eight 'costumed little shin al' • ' tended the Hallowe'en parly given Miss Guard Named To Tuesday night by Martha Nichols, Col.'egc Annual Staff daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miss Molly Guard, who Is a Nichols, at the family h:mc. student ni .Lindcmvood c:llei;c |n . Colorful lanterns Illuminated the St. Charles, Mo., lias been ap- rooms which were decorated will pointed an assistant In advertls- pumpkin jack o'l Ing and business lor the "Linden and orange garl Leaves", (lie annual al (he school. After the games Tlie daugliler of Mr. and Mrs. pop corn balls and candled app'les J. l,. Guard, she was nn oulslnnd- were served, ing member of this year's i;radu- • • • atlng class of the city lilgh school. Home KcUroup Entertains Bits of Newt Mostly P«r»onaU who will spend tho weekend here. Only one substantial tree, a B. M. Terry Jr.. also a student at scraggy oak, 1 stands on Hatteras tlic college, Is expected to come Island, off the coast c/f North home today. Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Farmer England went to P;rdyce today for the wedding of Mrs. England's brother, D. Wlnnorn, who will lie there tomorrow. Miss' Virginia Martin and B. F. Gay Jr., accompanied by Russell Burnett, of Jo'ncsboro,' will g:. to Fayettevllle tomorrow for the home- coining, activities at the University of Arkansas. They will also see the lo:tball game between the University and Texas A. and M. They plan to return Sunday. Ainoug the many duties of Af- married' rlcan ^'llxh doctors Is that of scaring awny approaching hall Constipation Relief That Also Pepsin-izes Stomach When constipation brings oil acid indi- Mrs. Meyer Graber, Mrs. Eddie there for five successive Thursdays. your s will appear a United Slates district court case tomorrow. He plans to return Saturday. It. N. FsiTar has teen quite ill At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Herbert Clinton, Braggadocio, admitted. Mr, C. W. Afflick, Mrs. Byre,, lution sponsoring boat dance onl nool , vvhe ,i she entertained mem-- alack Capitol" following football game. b(lrs ot me T, [P .sday Siidsa club diauecl OBI curs nt tier home. Miss Virginia Nlcliol, of Osceoia, gL . est ;: I'as chosen president of the J r ,,,,j lunch and orange garlands were draped about the windows nnd suspended from the ceilings while tho the eerie atmosphere of Hie holl- dec- ony was created by, the booths of days. which hew iU first meeting this £™J'« »'i^^lieT "' Jail, Tuesday night at the home • of Dr, and Mrs. M. L. Skallcr. I ivlrs. R;bcrt Killlam, Manila, ad- 1. L. Brad field, 141 bourn, Memphis Baptist Hosiiilil Mr. and Airs, clarence H. Wilson Miss Freddie Smith, Osceoia ad- nnd sen, ISilly, and Miss Frances mlttcd. ' McHnney will leave Saturday for Memphis Methodist Hospital Cecilia Gregory, Manila, admitted, tjtu Mr, M. A. .aacs was high ,o, er and Mrs. W. D. Chambhn, sec the school auditorium, and Cobby stnnley Bruce, a high . — jtomacli, and Laxative Senna to pull the trigger on those lazy l»wcls. So be sure your laxative also contnins Pepsin. 1 nke Dr. Caluwcll's Laxative, because its Syrup Pepsin helps you gain that won. | derfutstomnchco«ifort,n!iitetliel,3xativc ; bstuia moves your bowels. Tests prove the power of Pepsin to dissolvethose lumps of undigested protein food which may linger in your stomach, to cause Iwlclung, gast i ic acidity ond nausea. This is how pcpsin- izing your stomach licl(K relieve it of such distress. At the same lime tins medicine wakes tip lizy nerves and (nuclei iu your boivclsto relieve your constipation. So see how ranch better you feel by laking the talive that Mso puts Pcpain to work on tli.it sto.iiacli discomfort. trx>. Even finicky children love to taste this plrasanl family laxntivc. Buy Dr. CiMwell'K Lajc- altrc—Sctmn with Syrup Pepsin at your druggist. toUavl LADIES' RED CROSS AND PARADISE SLIPPERS Broken Lots B'ack Sued*/ Brown Suede, Wine Suede, Brown Suede with Alltg-.tor Trim, Black Sucrfc :wlth AUl^for trim. Pumps, Straps and Ties. Formerly ?G & §6.50 Sizes 4 to 8, AAA to B Poll Parrot Shoes For Boys& Girls THE FAMILY SHOE STORE 312 W. Main Phone 231 Oweola, Hayti, Carulhersvlllo andj Besides Blythevllte, guebth were Kabbi Her-- Bridge man Pollack, sponsor of (he Mrs. Toi,y League, Mrs. Pollack, Mr. and Mrs. inn S. Jiedel, ' " ' ' • Rosenthfll. Freeman , and Miss Frances uall wore In charge of the decorating of the cottage while tho sklc shows were arrang- hy Miss Vislier, Miss ing "the. Arkansas Jewish Ycutli high score "prize" among tho club jK 5 ' p lh " * nest £ , w i erc Mr ;,?"" Ax,embly that is to te held In Lit- members ""' Iirecmai1 Robinson, Miss tie Rook on Nov. 23 and 28. Miss , The hostess, served n dessert ^"''l 5 ' D " e ,S my ; Mtss nosa M ' Virginia Ntchol sat, appointed of- course of pumpkin pic lopped with' - ,i'.V 1 ' mul Mlss M;nta IIl| G» c s- ficial delegate to the Assembly, whipped cream with coffee. Members of the • League will also ... participate In a special Thanks- G\\-W Dinner S'arty giving; service at 'Temple Israel in gtveu friends of'VtrgluIn Wll- tms city, Nov. 19. Ijams, daughter of Mr. nnd MM. The next meeting of the Lenrue g^ m Williams, were entertained Kill be Dec. 5 nt the home of Miss at a dinner party Tuesday night Virginia nnd Miss Rebecca Nicliol a( the Williams home. In Osceoia. I yi s t|, e a /f,,| r WBS g [ VCI1 H(1 n 0 . At the concluslcn of the meet- ween night. Ihe guests came in ing, »'sandwich plate, was served costume and played several games With Iced diinks nnd cakts, btforo dinner. Prizes were given * ' ' hi the contests, Yellow was tho predominant color note In the table tlecorn- son and Coleman Stevens who are students at Hendrix college, and KIDNEYS Beware Coughs MUST REMOVE Following Flu EXCESS ACIBS After Ihe flu Is over and gone, the cough that follows feels like It will tear your chest walls apart. You need n »* AJI .. —„,.,»(>! o-«., i reliable and ready help. Oreomulslon •• •>,-:• --••--• •,--«<«> »• ->™ a_ n d_Mta HOiSKti miKli. ( wHeve. p tomptly $ ?mf lt fm3 ^^,^^ Help IS Miles of Kidney Tubes Flush Out Poisonous Waste Ii y«n bay* an eicrsa of acids in your blood, ay bo ovt-r- arc workm? TOO'MTE TO CMSSIFV right to the sent of the trouble to iiVndi-iiVttoh'dpNVtVmriTi^wto loosen germ laden phlegm, Increase OKKJ »eiJ s an .! poaunous secretion and aid nature to soothe "" v ' and heal raw, tender, Inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. No matter many medicines you have tried, All Club/Members Alfcnd Bridge Part) cense. Number 281-363. Owner tcnV6ur"aruBsTstto"'serfyoua»iottre may have samo by paying cost of of Creomulsion with the under- Ihis ail. Courier News. standing that you are to like the way It quickly allays the cough or you . nae. When tluiordcr of kidney function permits poisoncus tnaiter to remain in your blocit, it may muie naKfiii 1 !; bnckaclie, iheuinalic paitis. lea raiuj. IMS tii nco anj encrty, crttinx uj nlputs, swejjiap, pufiji^ urut^r the eyes, hej(l All tile mcmbeis of the Wednes- tlons. Yellow tapers flanked the dav Bridge club attended the party centerpiece of yellow -.roses. Hul^ given sestfiiday aflemoon by Mrs. lowebn cards marked Ihe places nf Charles B : se at her home. " •' tlie guests. Favors were horns Lunch was served nt tlio dining wrapped In cellophane with, at- tabje'rtlcli had o centei piece of tnclied candy. Biiapdragons. Bronze clirj'santhe- Tll ° party went to the theater mums \\ere arranged about the hv- following dinner. '..... Ing room.- ' I - ... High score prize »ent to Mrs.' I'ostpone Meeting It B. Old and second prize lo Mrs. The meeting ot the Little Theater \V.- J. \Vunderllch In the bridge scheduled for lonlghl has been ganv.<i which followed. i postponed until Thursday of noxt , _ . ' ' * week, cffleers of the group an- fe- Hostess to Club • | pounced today. Mrs J. E. Beasley was hostess . ... to members of 0)e Tuesday After- Entertains dab nton club and two guests, Mrs. Fall flowers decorated the home Eddie Regenold and Mrs. R. A. of ;Mrs. C. Modlugcr yesterday at- Nelson, with a party at her home tentoon when she entertained Tuesday.afternoon. members of the Town and Country Decorations were indicative of the club and one guest, Mrs. Fred Child, Hallo*ce.u holiday v,hlch was.em- «Ith a party nt her Irinc phasizedjn the talllei, and the Refreshments were served at the For Kent gea with shutting anii i oivs there ia soiiieUiiug are'to haVeyour money baofc."(AdvJ J ^l^^^t 1 ^"^,^''^ s-anty ucmiig ioinetimci wrcis^ 7.ith your heat. 811 Wnlnnt. Phone 35 or HOSIERY COFFEE, Maxwell House regular or drip, Ib, tin 2§e PEACHES Rosedale in Syrup No. l\ Can .... ........ .L... ..... _,.... ..... . ............ ....... Ea. 15c PEAS Logan Petit Pois No 0 2 Can ........ . ......................... .,.. ........ ................... _; ..... Ea. IZc CORN Pride oi 111. No. 300 Size Can . .................... ,- ..... .• .......................... Ea. 9c CHERRIES Red Pitted For Pies No. 2 Can ........ : ..... :, ...... '..„,..: ............... . ..... Ea. lie BEANS Blytheville "Whole 1 the Beans You Know No. 2 Can ....... ....:.. Ea. 12c PEAS Black Eye Jack Sprat Fresh No. 303 Can ..'. .............. . ........................ Ea. 9c MUSTARD Quarts For Your Sandwiches .......... : ........ ...... . .................................... Ea. 9c FLOUR, Shibley's Best Money Back Guarantee 24 Ib. Sack G7c 48 Pound Sack §1-32 MATCHES True American ......... .......... - ...................... . ...... ...... . ..... Carton of 6 for 15c TOMATO JUICE Frazier's 50-oz. Can ........................ ,. ........................................ Ea. 17c KRAUT Libby's No. 2^ Can .......... . ..... .......................... ............................ Ea. He OYSTERS Nigger Head Regular Size Can ..... .. ..................................... Ea. lie TOMATO P4STE Spring Valley ......................................................................... 2 Cans Sc TURIW GREENS Ark. Packed No. 2 Can ........................ ........ 2 for 16c PINEAPPLE JUICE Delmonte No. 2 Can ...................... .................................. Ea. I2c HAMS, whole or halt, 14 to IS avg., Wilson, Ib. , 23^c SOAP Crystal White Giant White Bar ............. .... .......... \ .............. . ......... 3 for lOc CATSUP Heinz Large Bottle ....... .................................................... Ea. 18c POTATOES Selected-U. S. No. 1 Red ... ......... 10 Lbs. 18c SPAGHETTI OR MACARONI Snow White ................. 2 for 5c COCOANUTS Fresh New Crop Large Size ................... ...... ;.. Ea. 5c SWEET POTATOES Medium Size Red . Lb. He ORANGES Florida 200 Sise Tree Ripened Fruit . .......... Doz. 17c HOLD THAT LINE Found: A pin stripe seam that holds that line A seam that can take it—from ths eajly mornm? tug to the Icrt heel iub Strong as steel and ai> true . it does ths trick for Larkv/ood Hosiery . . giving the strong straight line that short skirts require 85c $1.00 $115 APPLEBAUM'S ;, Pet or ftmboy, large, 3 for 23c f 6 small for 23e LARD Loose Pure ;...... Lb. 9c LARD 8 Lb. Bucket Compound '. 80c CHEESE Full Cream ; ,.. Lb. Z3c STEAK Loin or Round Certl f ietl Lb. 30c BACON In Piece Evergood Lb. 17c BACON 1 Lb: Box Wilson : ...: 27c BACON Krey's Sliced Rind Off' Lb 22c CHILLI 1 Lb. Krey's or Wilson's ... ?,3 C PORK CHOPS ; Lb 20c 104 S. Division Street Plionc 181 GROCERY Fiiclay, Saturday, Moiidaj-, X 0v , 3^ 4 &- (i Check every item on this ail! Watch oiu- windows! Examine the featured mer- , , „ your family . . . or things you need for your home—you can buy them nil at Pcnncy's, and KNOW thai'you're buying the 1UJST—priced as'U)W ii& possible! : ' Men! For Sleeping Comfort! FLANNELETTE PAJAMAS 98 c « Sanforized! • 1'ipcd Trimming! • i'opular Styles! Here's the old winter favorite pepped up with new colors and designs! Cut to a comfortable fit—and Sanforized to STAY comfortable.' : ". For Your Eqy's Health! Warm Pajamas 63 c Men's Warm Blanket C!otlt ROBES.,. 93c Especially good. In checks! In. the double-breasted ; stylo that men prefer! A Big Value! Keep him warm—even on coldest nights! Soft, cozy flannelette in full cut sizes for comfortl Men's Nite Shirts SECIAL CIjOSE-OOTI Heavy flannelette . .'. Full cut for comtort , . . An ex- C(j|>, ceptlonal bargain at. OUC Ideal for Outdoor Work! Cotlon Suede MEN'S SHIRTS Light Weight! 69 c AlPAmerican Extra wear (or outdoor men! You get warmth without bulk, so desirable lu a good work shirt. Has two -button- through pockets and 7 button front—unusual at our price! ^MUE SMASK!\ Men's Heavyweight UNION SUITS Klbbed cotton for C0>» cold protection! OOC Sensationally low-priced to give you- VALUE! ' • Men's WORK SHOES SPECIAL FEATURE .' . . Rugged Eskimo <M-8Q Tanned uppers! All «?1»OO leather counters. Insoles and raid-soles! Gemilne RAW- CORD, outvotes I BOYS' GENUINE HEATHEROY Z37i> Wool WORK SOCKS —to keep you warpi on tha •Jok Bargain pvlcedl 2 Pairs For 25c SUITS 5.90 Sues 8 to 18! A Style Leader! OreEn, grey nnrt brown diagonal patterns oi thickset corduroy. -Bush-" coat with heavy iUnueileUe lining . . • Xiptter breast Docket ... 2 slash slds. poc>tc! Pleated front 'pan!« with zip- p;r froul! . ' , COTTON BLANKETS Softly woven in .bfautlfiil pa.Htel plaid designs!. llade ot sclectcii American,cot- OO« ton. Full bed size....' COKDUROr HUrtS . . . 8i«s •! <o 8 Tho. ideal cold weather outfit for little fellows. Bush coat style top with iwlcltn UhhUji Long jjnirts!- .'. Colors: Navy Blue ; ( dark Red $ OUTING FLANNEL SPSCIAL FEATURE: i i sol-' id white, extra heavy! 33 inches > Mlde 1 Talve advantass of this special .; Q^ purchase! Per Yard .'. SPECIAL CLOSE-OUT! Boysi' Woolen Buah-coal. 'SuitsI Green, browu aud gres". diagonal patterns! Sizes 8 lo 16 (JO'QQ ' Closing oiu nt «pjt33 QUILTS....- CoUon felt'Filled i Made frbin all new material In that attractive Flower' Garden pat- . <tl ,QQ tern! .' ^itO-J

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