The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 29, 1936 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Where Mrs. Simpson 1 Will [Live in London News Motes The' Keiser Pnrcnt-Tcnchcrs As- Kceltillon met In the Home; Economics building Wednesday ufl- crnoon for Its regular fnontbly Mrs THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1033 cnt, The sixth grade rap. n close Cormlck. Oraee SLsco, Beatrice ' second. Hot. chocolate and cukes were served. » • « Ten students from the Koiscr high- school made the honor roll Swo|K', R'nssell • Ingrrtm, Edward Sturm, E. \V. Watson, Nna Bowles, James I'lckctl, Sue Gwyn, and Tad-Ida Terry. ' Four girls have been elected hy not, t| R , f 0ur classes in (he Keiser issojf. Mrs, li. H. Jloblnson presided with Mrs. W., E. Pigg /is. '""^ "»» l """ " '",' ""> S "PJ C . C <",| high school, one of whom will ^r iy ' , , ,' ' lra " McKnlyht,"letn oiS;; *„.' ™ £"f"^ Q ,SvX!"Sl? C ;ihe program consisted of two anl.a ,,o«-e, Helen Moore. Chris- la" 1 ^^,^,"^"™",!!^^' Chllds, Delols' are' Ruth Chllds,' senior, Ruby and James Thompson, junior, Charllne Stew-' who' went ml, sophomore, and Aniiic Mac, Mrs. spc-nce Wlll.nms. Supl. WJ. ^ ^ w *»™ or'^nt^ j! °™ M ' ^'^ ' ' E. I'IBK led an .'informal discussion I of absences and- means-of their prevention, . ;• ; ' The fourth grncle taught by^iMrs. fjpcncc Williams was awarded'; the dcllr.r prize Hint Is offered-, eucli 'I'cnlh lor thc ( room having.-the largest number : of parents pro's,. W. Bryant, Charles Thomas Mont-, MOSCOW <m>> — A Tilts' residence in Lcndon'.s fashionable West End nc,v Is tin: home of n woman who is (he center of world attention—Mrs, WalLs Simpson, who Is high In the favcr of King Ed.vard VIII. The hoi:s3. at 1C .Cumcrrlarid-Terrace, Regent's Park, into which Mrs. Simpson moved at about the time she filed her divcrce pica, ts closely watched by d:te:tivc« from the king's private guard. Football Tintype Filmclom Raced to Sign Her Vincent McCormick, a referee of 1876, gives final Instructions 13 Paul Brown,; Pennsylvania captain with the pigskin under his firm, and George Kcileher, Princeton, leader-, before an old-time' mock ' game' celebr.itinj the COth anniversary of ttie foottall eomnstition i between the two institutions. The gnmc was played on Franklin I Field between halves of the 18U5 cilition of Ihe real thins. Pcnn j students comiicsert bolh clubs. I Everything for. your entertainment ami comfort gomery carl .vonng, Jewel. Dune- m,^ va]ll , (l „, $25|l)00i |' la: '!*•: ^ J™ 100 " " "•, Vclva. found n the Kasynsk Bold platinum s been . .. „ - ~ v. .. t ,n; Kosynsk cold Held Lane, Melba Lowery, Veda Me- n weighs 5,10 pounds. . Theatre Admission—Alivays tec'^' 2d ( , . Slum-. Kvcry >Iallnees Hirfay," Sa'tiirrfay ami Su'mlav Last Timei Todayi I'niiiinoiint Nevis und :Comcrty1 —Admission— , '.'•'• Matinee—10 & Zlic Nlltht—10 & :t(ic 'i. Last Time Today - PAL 2 Adults .Acliiiltlt.] for the Price of 1 - All Children I Or Pa«S Kelly in "The Accusing Finger" I'Jclorial mid Comedy. Friday Only - Matinee & FRIDAY PAL NITE ?. Adults AdmlKciI for Price'of 1 | All Children— lOc • '• : -, i EldriJs^ JOHN , a j a< ,d I, f.,t, a <, ,,, ' ' Also Selected Shoits . — Admission — Matinre— 10 & 2iic . - Nisht— 18 '* 38e I.ocikinj; joyously thrilled, and i) hil j;mnly. loo. .beneath that tricky hut, Miss 1'rnnziscit Claal. \oulhful ^V^oniusc uli os is sliOMii ilsnvt iflti she Hincil in the U. S. In bei'.in her career .is :i Tihi) actress. Hlie was im- poi-tcd from -Austria by AtlolpK Xukor, studio cxocutivL 1 , who beat several others in n race to sijjn hef 'I'UKKDAY,' N0\ r . ;i— S250.no HANK NIGHT! ! ! —(X)ailNG SOON— "CAIN & MAIIKI/;. with Marion Dinios and Clark Gable. , - "MBHI.KD I.ADY'' wlili Jean Ilar- In\v, Win. Powell, Myrna I.oy and Spencer Tracy. , "ItOAl) TO GtoKY" with Frederic iVIareh ^and ; ^Varner- Baxter. eAPT.E.A;SALISBURY in Person ^t Comedy and Serial—"The Cluichinjf Hanil" • ISo Advance In .Admission Cuban Army Buys Horses I ST. LOUIS (UP)—The Cuban 1 Army has purchased approximately 2.000 horses through dealers at the National Stockyards in National City, according to the Cuban consul, Armando de Leon, Abcnt 2600 more hoise.5 and SOO mii'es me to be purchased during the remainder of the year, he sard. City Uses Ball-and-Chain SHELBY, O. (UP) — Workers, rmumr.gng In the city hall basc- clcnt balls and chains they found that Mayor D. B. Young nnd Police Chief Lcroy Coffcy decided to use the weights ngnin tor punishment in certain cases. victory ai;:iiiust thai terrible cracking on the feat called ATMI.KTK'S I DOT Aponirtil intiSLplic known is IHiOU \ b I 0" 10V kith tire liny [inrasites that cause it, often instiiutly. Cases of Ion; standing oficn cured in four or live days. If clay?, your druggist will refund your money. A clean, easy-to-use llcwicl — an; n mcs«y paste. Used only at nil!lil. GOc i:n<l SI.00. G;!.ir«nlceil by Ktrby Bros. Drug Co. When lighfj are low, and wind dolti 1 blow - chooje Royal Six for 111 magic glow. The modern weather- - conditioned Beer that bewitchei MADE WITH ARKANSAS RICE Distributed In- M1DWKST D1ST11IMUTING CO. . Blyihevil| P , A rk. - I'honc fi!i LATEST RETURNS! Friday i\i|!lil ond Klcclron Eve.—nine in for lust minute r cjnltj of Literary Digest poi.i, I.-QK riiiisiniiNT-John 11. Ktnncily, CnmmcnlBlor —h'ron'dcsist by GooJycor. N HO Hlu-Network SIX BIG FEATURES SURE GRIP buys a big. safe Pulls through (\ anything — no chains Come see this world's greatest low price tire —the Speedway Meat's Utility Coats Ulen's [.rather Cossack Jackets $£90 ** and Hoys' Melton Jackets Built for warmth. 32 • m.. napy l:!uc wool. Talon front. Men's i:xlra Quality Stcllon .litckrls - ?2.98 lioys' - S2.«a Pliable, durable, plain ijrait] Is'rilheri Talirn fustener front. All sutecn lined. IfOYK' UCATHKK JACKICTS $:!.(!!) iintl SI.1)8 Men's libntid Lined Jumpers Wool lining f Hoys' ('ordtiroy Jackets Ami Pants Each $1.98 Men's Sheepskin Heavy leatherette shell Men's I!c?avy MclesE;i[i Work Pants Durable; 9'^ onnco moleskin. black and white striped or checked... won't show t h e dirt! Ulcn's Coriluroy l';uils S'J.DS llojV Corduroy Tints S1.9S Mill's revert rants •;. Sl.lt) Men's -Shaikskin Pan'.s ' ' $1.!!) and $13.9 Our Heaviest IS Ll Suits 98c Especially vann suits of lightly fleeced ribbed cotton. Cuffs on sleeves, legs. Mililnry shoulclcra. Seme lO'l wool! Men's 1(> II). Unionsuiis 7!)c Hoys' Hi Ih. Unionsiiilsli!)c TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. Blytheville, -Ark. BOOT SOCKS Dreny Bui Serviceable! Heavily ribbed 70% to SJ'A wool socks in biiuliL Rulul culois and h t- :i t li i- r m i x . lures wiIh Ihrcc-coloi tops Reinforced for !'l)iy wear Hoys' Dniit Sox '25c .Mor\'s Kockford JMIX .... 3[tc Wf.ol Mix Sox m,. 'W: I.I). Knrkford Kox .. ISc 16-INCH BOOTS S.'i.ilS S2.9S Men's IS Inch Hoofs l!«i>'s' 11 in. liools SJ,!)S - S: Mti-'s Kirkcmlall Dress Meld lent S8.SO iMen's Oxhide OVER AltS 69c Tough 2.20 denim, cut full for comfort and wear! Parva buckles. Extra sizes, same pi ice! Men's O.xIiMe .lumpers . . liOc Hoys' Oxhide Overalls .... 4!V OVERALLS 8 Oz. Sanforized Shrunk 98c Bis ^lac Jumpers ........ E)g P Hoys' Jtlj Mac Overalls'.'.' ;<)e and Boys' Canvas and .Icrsey GI..OVES lOc Other canvas and lerther In knit wrist niyl gannt- lett styles. ISe lo $1.19 Mnfs and liojv Suede Shirts Men's sizes 79C'98c-$1.49 Hoys' Siics ' COe.

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