The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 24, 1936 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 24, 1936
Page 2
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PAGfc TflTO " BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS EtowilH Man Jailed *' n? /' After Lepanto Accident ' LEPANTO, - Ark —Boj d, Hanklns, of near Etcmab, ien miles northeast "of Lepanld'wa's pliKed In jail here Monday" by City Marshal Jay May to await the outcome of Injuries suffered r b/'Paul ^ Mitchell, sK-vear-olc) boy, who received se^ere bruises and lacerations and jxisslble Internal injuries \\hlle riding with Hanklns near Lepanto >es- terday. - Hankliis/ who bTsatd to board with the Mitchell family, farmeri, near Etowah, is alleged to have £!de-swlp«d a car owned by the McMinri ^family of Lepanto. After hitting the McMInn car the Hasi- ktos car plunged oxer the road embanknienfc nhd'hit a tree. Hie crlld was the only ons Jiitft. Miss Jewel Carroll of Lepanto picked Up the child and brought nun to Dr. J. H. Jones for medical aid. .Magistrate Charlie Nowlm said charges of driving while Intoxicated would be placed against Hankins rlold Five Negroes for Murder of Sixth LEPANTO, : Ark.•'— Five negroes arc held in the city Jail at tlic order of. Mayor O. B. McOlclltm In connection with the stabbing "of.- Chester Morgan, 20- y&r-old negro, who was found ted Salurday night. Morgan's jody was found at Iho foot qf the bridge which spans Lille River. Churches Join fcr Crusade HOUSTON, Tex. (UP)—The two ornnches of Texas Methodism, lhi> North and Soulli churches, which met here In (heir first joint e,Cf- slon since 1841, volcd to mergo and to Join In a fight to prevent revival of nudism concessions at Ihe Texas Centennial Exposition's second showing in 1937. ftetd Courier News oiiuuittM MI New Reece P.-T. A. Plans Entertainment Wednesday [A. Parent-Teacher association was organized In the Reece community Friday with Mrs Ben Daiby as , president. .Other officers are Mrs. ' Virgil "Stewart, vice- president, Mrs. McNelll, secretary and tieasurer, and Mrs, Ida Aklni, rcpoiter. . One of the first activities of the new organization will be an entertainment at the Reece school Wednesday night, beginning' at 7.30. Bingo ami a cake walk will be featines. Refreshments will be fold and . there will be rnualo by Virgil Stewart and his two daughters. checks COLDS and •„ FEVER first rtny Liquid. Tablets, Hc-j<t.ncht|, M Salvo, Nose Drops minutes Try "Uub-My-Tism"—World'! Best 1,1 n i men t . ITZ Everything'for your ciitcrlalnmenl *uiil comfort TONIGHT IS 3325 BANK NIGHT Last neck F. L. Wicker lya's- called fcr the S300.CO-But lie »ai not present— Making 'BANK l)i: I'OSIT Tonl?ht ,it BOTH Kit: .ii'd Ro\y Theatres ,$3^500! i —ON THE SCREEN— "Hideaway Girl" With Shirley RosS,* v Uo!ter Cummings ;uul iMurlha Ray ' ( t Abo Scljclcfl .^liorls —Admission—" Mallnee— 10 * 2Go Night— Ifi & 3Gi: , - Pal Night 2 Adults Admitted for Price of All Children—lOo DR. SALIBA Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat .GLASSES; FITTED Ttoom 210 Iiigram Bldg Res. I'hohc 410 OlTicc 418 fUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2fj,. i< ,dm.—Always 10 A 25c—lo TSJ Show r.vrry Nljht failures Friday, Salnriluy, Sundnj .'riday & Sumlny ulatlnecs—2ilf Saturday Matlncc — Contlnuoii ihowinjf. — 1:00 Till ll:0u P. Hi WEDNESDAY IS PAL N1TB —O'N THE SCREEN— Tuestlay & Wednesday FDR MILLIONS! Ahddedlhwolt- ing for anyono who follows ihe irail that leads 10 Ihe killer! 5. CAPTAIN'S KID MAY ROBSOfTsYBIL JASON I •t Wl h JANE BRVAN :. FRED UWB ENCE $ ; 3ICV PUSCEU • MARY TREEN 5 l»*gl %y H X ltr»nt a^J Jgtl itholl 3 Comedy—"Baltic Iloyal'i We have luo cat loads of these HEW ALL-CROP HARVESTERS \' Made by Allis-Chalmers The most practical thrasher on the market- Proved by actual use in the field! ; SOME OF ITS ADVANTAGES— .Saus.lhe bcaiis that arc Equipped wilh 5 foot cutkr planted with,corn. > ,bar. ' ,, r •' "AVill thrash cltitcr broadcast lias pro\cd practical in -or drilled crops, beans, oils, , thrashing beans in corn. Mhcal, clover, Jcspcdcza.ctc. - WE ,)VILL BUY .YOUR. SOYBEANS :^j^g^"'s).,. I'hone 252 .J^W,h,.A..«;. ' 1>s{ - The most Completely Stocked "Grocery and Market in Blytheville Is Ready to Supply^ : All Your Pood Requirements for the Holiday and for Every Day at the Lowest Prices Consistent With Quality Merchandise. -'- -.The Specials Listed Below Are for Wednesday, Friday and Saturday - - - - Purr Store Will Close All Day Thursday Golden Ripe, POL 15c FLORIDA ORANGES g Doz. 12Jc CRAIIE8KAUCE Ocean Spray or Sloltel.v's 10-0?. Can VANILLA WAFERS :\$ > f ' Lb: Box 15c PIE-CHERIES lie LETTUCE Large Heads Each 5C CALIFORNIA ORANGES €i 15c OLEO-MARGERINEap.^Lin.ittlb. 131c SHREDDED COCONUT i Ib. SCHOOL DAY PEAS TURKEYS Dressed Fresh 'Wheat Fed Home Killed pound CRANBERRIES Fresh Red Hi ye Pound OYSTERS, Select Pint 25e GEESE, Dressed "°™s' 20c .Early June No. 2 Can lOe DUCKS, Dressed, Stalk ...7jc 59c Hoine Killed 'Each BAKED HAM pound CABBAGE, Green. Fine for Slaw . Pound MINCE MEAT Brandy Added Pound FAT HENS, Fuil Dressed. CARROTS FANCY Hunch 5< FRESH SPINACH Home Grown Lb. Thurs. - Pal Hi 2 Adults Admitted for Trice of 1 "Little Red Schoolhouse" With Junior Coieghlan Fresh Lb. 10 ii GRAHAM CRACKERS Lb. Itox VANILLA EXTRACT •W«bco . ,|e<i S-Oz. Jug IU|?> CAKmOUR SALAD DRESSING Swans Down *" OK^ Pkg. LQ I Homelike'* Quart CUCUMBER CHIPS Fresh. 22-_Oz.,Jar COCOA OUR MOTHERS POST TOASTIES ,' 17 'C' 71° • I? : Standard lard 71C No. 2 Can f 2 i POWDERED SUGAR Domino Lb. Box I "2 BROWN SUGAR Domino Lb. Box If BUTABftGflS TURNIPS PURE CANE SUGAR Lh. 10 Lbs. iC, PATES DROMEDARY 1'kg. EGG NOODLE Ken Mac Lb. I'kg- SHELLED PECANS LB 50' Golden Bantam IfiiC No. 2. Can CHUM SALMON . Tall Can Sour or Dili : -ICC .,.-.. Quart 13 LIBERTY ii** ATI Flavors I'kg. '. BAKING POWDER PI M£ 10-Lb. Can 1 yliYU . I'ks. SJIfT POTATOES """""T,,. 2F W Lb. Pkg. STUFFED OLIVES World Over -f^C 5'/ 2 :oz. Bottle if QUEEN OLIVES World, Oycr 51/2 o/. liottle WHITE SOU ASH Fresh? CAULIFLOWER Snow White Heads Rich . LIBBYS LIMA BEANS BLACKBERRIES No. 2 Can REX JELLY 5-Lb. Pail 8-Lb. I'ail $1.23 JELLY Slalej's Old Southern i , 21/2-Lb. DICED CARROTS I'hillips No. 1 Can Shibley's Best ,.; : ' 2-l-Lb:S FRYERS PORK ROAST Full Dressed.. 2 to 3 Lb. Aver. ftgftC ' Lb. OU Shoulders A A 1 C Lb.LL2 BEEEteOAST L?' Ol "" k - '•"• IK ROUND STEAKS Beef Thick Rib, Lb. ., ]7'/,e K. C. Keef CHEESE -Wisconsin Cream"! •'-••••' •""* ' " ' '-'•• "Lb. PICNIC HAMS VEAL ROAST Thik Rib Ib : -~" r ' HAMS Shoulder Clod, .Lb. Lb. 55 l LEG'ROAST,'Lb 25r FOREQUAR'l'ER'ROA'S'l', Lb. ".;.. 20u MATCHES CHIPSO Small IVORY SOAP - Larm "" r "" Medium Bar PEANUT BUTTER Quart CRACKEiiS SALTED 2-Lf). Bo\ NIGGER HEAD OYSTERS .12 CORN PRIDE OF ILLINOIS c»12 1C SEEDLESS GRAPE F^UIT J Ea ge BELL PEPPERS Lb. FLOUR 21-Lb. Sack 75' PORK & BEANS I.ihby's Ifi-Oz. Can SARDINES American 3 ° PINEAPPLE JUICE Libby's' ' 10° No. 2 "Can I*' TOMATO SOUP Campbell's' OC :l Cans *w C Libby's No. 1 Can mmii TissuE •1 Rolls 25 U Gay. Black 1f|C - Botlle DOZ 33' •^^a^^'y^ra^T^^^g-^g GLACE CITRON ,;,24 C ORANGE PEEL OK I.KMON 04 C Lb. *T GLACE PINEAPPLE Lb. 32' GLACE CHERRIES Lb. 32 C ENGLISH WALKUTS 2t OXYDOL Small I'kjr, 9 C P & G SOAP COFFEE LUZIANNE Lb. Lb. W' OLD TIME MINCE MEflT Lb. 1C n-o/. oc (iuart RUBY CATSUP I'l-O/. Bottle > 1C JELLO ALLFLAVOBg lte sr 'kg I'kg. E •1-Oz. Can ,.-'5c 7-0^. Can .: s<; TOMATO JUICE Slokeiy's Can *)£ 7EXHS FlfiS &: ° 7 -^ 9c IfcAKOTlilQ IG'Oz. Jar .'...• 17,. SO'LB.SACK 57 C 8-Lb. Carton Bach BRAZIL NUTS PECANS STUAUT I>Al>tR SHELI -

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