The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 10, 1941 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 10, 1941
Page 2
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PAGE" TWO , (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ; Visit Feinberg's and Step Out Into The EASTER PARADE Lovely and Fashionable THURSDAY, APRIL- 10, 1941 Oseeola Society—Personal fcactiers Will Leave , Oseeola city school will dismiss Thursday afternoon until Tuesday morning iti order that teachers may enjoy a Spring vacation and Easter with their families. Among those who will, spend the the holidays elsewhere are Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Packard and daughters, Estclle and Mary Jean, who will drive to Alamo, Tenn., to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Austin. Mrs. L. C. Moore high school English teacher and principal of the high school, will go to Pine Bluff Friday' for the two-day state convention of Delia Kappa- Gama, teachers' sorority. She will be accompanied by Miss Irene Morgan of Blytheville. Miss Christine Poindexter will spend the time with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Poindexter in Imbodeh, Ark., while Mrs. Louise Pressbn will visit an aunt, Mrs. C. L. Mays in Clarkdale. Miss. Superintendent Roy E. Dawson will go to Little Rock Friday for a meeting of the School Administrators Association at the Marion Hotel-Friday night and a meeting of .the Arkansas Education Council on Saturday. Miss Sarah Pearl Boland and Miss Crenor Hale will spend the vacation with their parents at Tralake, Miss., and Nashville, Ark., respectively. Others planning to spend the' time with Barents are W. E. Castlebefry Jr.". with Mr. and Mrs. W. E! Castieberry in Conway, and W. H. Gardner with Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Gardner in Bismarck, Ark Mrs. W. E. Mull ins wil spend the week" end with her husband, who is a' member of the faculty in Ripley, Tenn. Proven fashion , hits from the style centers of the country. And, our large selection and varied styles make it easy for you to pick out just the one you want. Gabardines . . ..Twills... lijhtweijht Shetland's . . . crisp woolens. Wrap coats, belt-back reefers, boxy swappers, casuals I Newest colors and' pastel shades. 6 ,to ' 100*50 22 Freshand Feminine! FRILLED ".NAVY JACKET Stunning navy sheer jacket circss foamingr with fresh lingerie frills. Dainty, .feminine with 1941's smartest details. Choose yours from cur large selection today. Ofliers $3.99 to $9.99 €otto.ns98c to'$3.99 Enchanting HATS Lovely . . . alluring . . . yes. nU this and more, too. You'll have to sec there hats to really appreciate the vatufr they represent. Styled to the minute, and \vaifin» for youl' inspection. 98c to $2.99 FEINBERG'S FASHION SHOP 31f> W. Main St. Phone S7 byterlan Auxiliary officers of the two circles were nam'ea at Monday's meetings. Mrs. Harold F. Ohlendorf is chairman of Circle One' wltH Mrs W. J. Driver Jr., as co-chairman; Mrs. D. S. Laney, .secretary-treasurer; Mrs. R. C. Bryan, chairman of Rotary luncheons; and Mrs. R. A. Cromer, chairman' of the scrap-' book. Mrs. Cromer ^ was hostess to the 13 membersVf Circltf One at her Carson Lake home wnen three hew members were added; they were Mrs. Ed Pittman, Mrs. D. Ohlendoif and Mrs. Clara- Austin. Circle Two will have Mrs. J. A. Crosthwalt for chairman and Mrs. George Doyle as co-chairman; Mrs. A. P. Spiese, secretary-treasurer. At .tlils week's meeting irv the home of Mrs. W. J. Driver, the devotional menage oh "ftuggets from thcj Mine" was given by Mrs. L. T. Lawrence. Delegates from the Auxiliary who will' go to North Little Rock" April 17-18 for the sessions of the Forrest City Presbyterial are" Mrs. R. C. Bryan, Mrs. R. A. Cromer and Mrs. George Edrington. Mrs. A. >V. Bowen is president of cue Auxiliary and will name the chairmen of standing committees at an early date in time for the installation on, April 21, ! Methodists Elect Delegates I Mrs. W. J. Spicer, Mrs. C. W, Watson. Mrs. J. L. Glascoe and ] Miss Nora Pace will represent the Women's Society for Christian Service at the North Arkansas Con- •ference meeting in Port Smith April 15-18. Miss Pace will go for .the Wcsleyan Guild, business and j professional wotnen's circle of the 1 church. Mrs. Mary Spnnn was leader"oT the prograih on Christian Education at this week's meeting of the society'. Methodist colleges, seminaries and kindergartens in other countries were discussed by Mrs. E. W. Packard. Africa; Mrs. C. E. Lloyd. China; Mrs. G. Hcart- sill Banks, Japan; Mrs. J. U Glascoe, Indian, Mrs. W. B. Flannigan, Mexico; Mrs. C. M. Harwell, S. America. *' * * Baptists Hear Reports At. the April business meeting of the Baptist Women's Missionary Union presided over by Mrs. Dwight H. Bla'ckwood, president, (reports from standing committee chairmen, circles and young peo- j pie's organizations * were heard, j Twenty-five were present. I Mrs. A. D. Weems was elected ' hospital chairman succeeding Mrs. A. P. Glascoe, resigned. Mrs. Weems will plan and have charge of the. union's annual Hospital Party and Shower for the benefit of the; Baptist State hospital in Little Rock oh May 12. The society will purchase Spring clothing aVid other necessities and pack the box for Marshall Crews, high school student in the Bottoms Baptist orphanage at Monticello; supported by the Oseeola society. Outstanding among the reports were those of Mrs. I. S Burton, program chairman, and Mrs. Alec Smith, stewardship chairman for the union. * * * Ambrose Teasford and Monroe Maxwell, students at the University of Arkans'as. will arrive home Thursday for the Easter vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. R: L. Maxwell and Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Teaford. Carolyn Gwaltney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gwaltney, who attends school at Ward Belhiont college, Nashville, Tenn., will arrive home today for the Spring vacation with her parents. Miss Gwaltney is president of the senior class. Mrs. E./S. Driver and daughter, Flavian-Mrs. H. B. Jones and daughter. Dorcas, will spend Sunday in Forrest City. Miss Jennie Ralph is in Hot Springs for a vacation of two weeks'." : ivcs Dinner Party An attractive Easter table in el!6w and green was set for the .irkey dinner given by Mr." and Irs. John Whitwprth for five of he younger couples ori Saturday ight. Yellow runners to which ortunes were attached radiated rom the centerpiece to each plate. Games and music followed dinner after • which the guests went o the midnight show at the Gem heatrs. Eeated at the table were Newman Whitwort'h, Jean* Johnson, Robert Clay Driver. Ben Flannigan. PaiU Lawrence.- Frances Rogers of Memphis, Marjbr'le Mayo, ietty Gwaltney, Virginia Lee Best ind Ophelia McFarland. . * * * Names Circle Officers With the beginning of the new :hurch year in April for .the' Pres- HOT CROSS BUNS Special 12c per Dozen IT'S Easter and the Bunny brings Hot Cross Buns; As much a part yf Easter as Bunny itself they are delicious—and will thrill the children—and please the whole family. You can get all kinds of Easter Pastry here—At very low prices. IMace your order Early. \ BLYTHEVILLE BAKING CO. 106 E. Main Phone 110 GROSS MAKES THE PRICE PICKLES, Sour or Dill. Qt Jars 2for25c TOMATOES, No. 2 Cans 2 for lie CRACKERS, Taste Good . 2tb.pkgs.14c •*—^—•—• •—-."-.**.- • - • • • • • ...... . • ^^ Red Pitted for Pies No. 2 Cans Limit 2, 2 for APPLE SAUCE, Real Tart 10c SHWOLA, Liquid or Paste 9c SPAGHETTI or MACARONI 2 pkgs» 5c POTATOES Eatint> 10 Ibs. 15c SWEET POTATOES, Nice Bakers TOMATO PASTE OLEOMARGARINE 1 Krey's Sliced Rindless Krey's Rind On BOLOGNA, by Stick BACON SLICES HEAD CHEESE 3c 2 for 5c Ib. ICc mammmm !b 27c !b.25c Ib. 12c Ib. 12k . BEEF K. C. Steak or Roast ||) B ton had better make arrangement* for your Frozen Food Locker if you want one. They a re renting fast. Don't wait too long. HERMAN CROSS Liberty Super Market PRICES ARK LOW. QUALITY'S HIGH. NO BETTER TIME THAN NOW TO BUY EASTER SUPPLY. PRICES GOOD FRIDAY AND SATURDAY us Tips Standard No. 2 Can (4 limit) Can Rich Flavor Picnic Can 12c 17 APRICOTS 11 o/. Box Peaches -fiftc 11 o/. Box Si Primes, Mcti Ib. lOc Raisins, 15 oz 9c GRAPE JUICE 4i SWDRIFT *& 47 SPINACH NOODLES lk It POTTED MEAT st £ n " 2f 0KLES "Vi.fL n ftieh Flavor 1 Can alad Dressing PEARS No. 2'A Can A BY FOOD 3 Cans CORN FLAKES Ac Lar'a:e Box v 2 Box 3 I* <• 'wMATO JUICE. Brookh 46 oz. Can F ROAST K. C. thick Rib PORK CHOPS Center C»if_ tb. OYSTERS Extra Select Pi. KRAFT CHEESE 2 Ib. Loaf For Easter SALT JOWLS !h 9 SALT MACKEREL L15 Cudaliy's Puritan Sliced Radishes 5 Bchs. STRING WE DELIVER 1902 W. JIAIN PHONE 1205 >ES EiS DYE Do?.. fRUIT E , 5 171 YELLOWOIIONS 'I IB j TURNIPS Home Grow i;, 2i 1 ' Peanut Butter Chase £ Sanborn ib. Liberty lOc Loaf ' 13EG0 Special LUXS Riff LUX or Life Buoy Bar Med. Box 8c; Large Med, Giant 57e I Ib. H Ib. Ued Pennant 3B C

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