The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 25, 1936 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

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1 f ' „ PAGE EIGHT RI.rrilEVJLLE (ARK.) COURIER NBW8 " 'Fred Stuckey'in Line to Head State Masons 3 tf , t | '<*j v^LEPANTO. 'XrkV-bCl the" Grand Chapl«r v meetings of |he Mnsonle | Will Marry 'Girl He Left Behind* v Lodge and the O, B >S. of sns I" LIUle Rock, thies L»- psnto residents \\ere honored. ' Fred Stuckey was elected Deputy $rand Master of Arkansas and Is In" line to become Worshipful Grand Master oT Arkansas next .,jear. J, \v, Hill was elected Associate 'Grand Patron of Aikansns I and Mrs. J. S, Barnes ua.s ic-, ^appointed, for the- third comecii- yi've year, -Deputy Grand Lecturer for this district 'John McKeethan, Lepanto, -Dies at Sister's Home \i* - _ !_ * LFPANTO, Ark-— John McKec- ihan, CO, suecumlxxl Monday at 'the home of Ills sister, Mrs 0 H BloAer, following a lengthy Illness Funeral services \\eic COIK ducted Tuesday by Rev J H n»l(def. church of Christ minister, with interment tn the city ctm»tery ' He Is siirvlml by five sisters, ,M«. P Bloekei and Mrs C, ]i. Blocker of Lepanto, Mrs. Llla Wade and Mrs. Lula Bridges, both ot Se' Battle,' Wash , and another sister llv- y)ng In Arizona, and Qnc brother, yrnn); McKeelhnn of L'uanto Mr. eMcKeethamcame here with his sls- y.ers from southeast Missouri eight ••years ago. r3l Bales of Cotton V Destroyed at Lepanto , LEPANTO, Ark — Ihlrtv-one shales of cation belonging to 3tuc't- 'ey Brolhcrs of Lcpinlo uere tle- lEtiojecl by fire Monday In front ,of the Frisco depot. The cotton -was loaded on a freight car and ^liad already ucen billed out to be ^hjpped lo Memphis Tne fire vas ,of unknown oilgln •DeLoache In United Press ;Emp!oy; Quits Sports Job I W P "Dubb" DeLoache, spoils .editor of the Jonesboro Evening 'Sun, has leslgned his iiosltlon to ?nccept employment with the Unll- iiv I. S. Klein " WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1936 Tom Murphy, Etowah, Dies of Heart A«ach | MANII/A, . Ark,—Torn' 'Murphy, 53, died suddenly al las'home In Etowiih, nine miles south of; Manila, Monday night .at about 7 o'clock of u henrt attack, fie had ]>een In 111 heallh for some :lmc; •'•:.'' He 'Is survived by his wife, Mrs. Willie Murphy, seven sons, I.ulle.ss, Denny, O. C., • Melvln, Mnnntfs, Otis and pninstlne. and two daughters, Ovelhi and l>or- othy. ; Funeral services will he conducted l;y Hev. Carney, missionary liaiillst minister. Burial will Lo.' at Garden Point cemetery ulth Howard-Thompson Under-' taking company of Mnnilu In! clmrii(>. . | nood courier News Want ;AI!». Re.ua Courier News W;,nt Ads. One of the largest prairie dos towns ever reported extended from Trcgo county, Kun., along the divide north of the Smoky lllll rlvjr nlmosv lo C'clorado, Pnrt-s of tli» town were located In areas where' water was 350 feet below the surface. 'A'romance which wnlted through two Anlarclic expeditions will be cltmnxed bv the mauuige, Dec. 19, of Until'I. Johnnnes- r.Vei'Ci 1 , top ptioto, of Mendvilte,, Pa., lo Pniil Slnle, lower photo. Siplc, Erie. P.i. Englc Scout, wan selected from more Ihnn COO.OOO Scouts lo accompany.ihe first Byrd expedition to the South Pole, and was chief biologist on liyid's second polar trip. His engagement to Miss Joh:!n- nosrneycr was nnnounccd as Slple l^ ft with the second expedition. '.•' . : cd Press Association at Memphis, Tcnn. DeLoachc, wlio formerly. lived ht Mnrlannn mid attended Arkansas State College at Jonesboro, Is well known In northeast Arkansas sport circles ''• PHILADELPHIA a u th 01,1 tie' have asked the Postoilici De pailmcnt lo make Independence Hall (he'main'srbject ot the,,design for one ot .the sUmps, picf- erably the three-cent v ilue, ol (lie proposed'sencs commemorating the ISOlh annivcr .. y of the adoption of the United Slate' .'Constitution': Anthony Eden, famed British foreign s,eciclary and loving dlp- lomjt of Europe, will be the main figure in ihe design foi (he set 01 four stamps, lo be issued b> Fg>pt, commemoialni! the signing or llic Anglo-Egjptiati treaty of alliance 'The scene \\ill be the Locaino loom of the British foreign office in London, vshero ihc .treaty/was signed. 9 i C 4 The Vatican will offei for popular display the vanor siatn t collections which I D"e owi ,)ic- scnled to the popes Some of these exhibits arc said lo be among Ihe mos; valuable in (he \('0ild v *'l » * a Finland.'and Venezuela arc conducting contests foi design-* of new stamps, jiiliajing the most impoitanl feaiuics of the countries The Finnish stamps will depict that country s parks and olher scenic altracticms. The Venezuelan set may include historical views, as well as s'.-cuic and indur.trial illustrations. Marsha' Joseph Joffrc, great World Wji icadcr, will be pictured on a new slamp which France will issue soon on the 22a anniversary:of the battle of the Marne, In which that general figured, tops right, IU3C. Nirx Scrv.cc. Inc ) One-Third of Methodist Budget Already Pledged •Approximately one-third of the budget for the First Mclliocllsl church next ye'nr-luis already been /Olnntnrily subscribed,'it hns been uinounccd'-by the pastor, the Rev. , i j. Ljn'n"Muie. At u-nuissuneet- ng rccyitly the budget was hdop- ed with ,the amount prncttcally is the same as for,this year'when 5111,871 was contributed. Members of the church are now working' on the pledges In order o go "over Ihe top" in the cani- pnlgn within a-short time. • ' A copy of the Methodist cliurch journal, received here this week lays that the First Methodlsi :hurch excccrtcd its budget 'this, •ear. STOMACH ULCERS » HYPERACIDITY Wlllards Mcssaqe of Relief PRICELESS INFORMATION for Ihoac BiitferlnK from STOMACH OR DUODl'.N'AL UI.C^IIS, DUF. TO IIYJ'EII- ACIi)ITy-VOOK DIC1.SIION. ACII1 nvsi'ErsiA, soun .STOMACH, OASSI- NKSS. IIEAHTUUKN. CONSTJl'.VnON. BAD IlkEATII, SI.FKPI.K.SSNKS.S OK MEADAUIKS', IIUK 'JO F.XCtSS AC1I>. . Hiplalns the inaivclolls Wtltanl Trvat~ tnent whkli h biiuglng Buiozius tcU«f. Sold oil IS Jays trial, :CIRUY liliOS. DRUG CO. ROBINSON DRUG CO., Inc. MANILA: EDPI;E'S DRUG STORE WH HAVE SKCUHEI) THE SKKVICKS Or AN ItfriUlTKN'CF.I) RADIO MECHANIC who will guarantee to. repair your radio to first cinss condition. , A C'iini|ilelc I,lne of Tubes and Tails - - Host 1'rlccs Hublian! Tire & Hat. Co. Phone 476 Wanted To Sell 1100,000 Fiinntui-c Half Down - Balance Next Fall - 1% Now Hubbard Furniture Co. Drs. Wert & Wert .- ;OI'TOMKTKISTS Ovci- Joe Isaacs' Store *WE ^MAK'E'':. 'EM "SEE" ': Phone HO Tlie planet Jupiter revolves about the sun in 12 of our cnrttv .vnirx Int n day on the planet Is only 9 hours apd 55 minutes long, su' • ;he planet spins completely on Its ixls In that time. THE COMPLETE ELECTRICAL STORE Featuring 'electrical! fixtures from $1 up, ' Wtstlnghousc appliances, nil kinds (if tiimps, Inexpensive bridge prizes and a line of iii-tlc SfarlD toys.- Walpole Electric Shop THE FACTS! Records show that n'ew tires put on at this time, avcruge30%nx)renille- than if started out new on hot summer roads. Coolroads"cold- cure" new rubber- toughen it-cause it to wear little. NcwGood- years give you the best grip and non-skid protection during the slippery driving months. Next spring you still have practically new trends. Be thritty, buy SAFETY now at low costt See Hie NEW Latest and best Miid and Sp.pw tire.. Pulls you through — without chain, For passenger cars ^nnd trucks. Conie see it( 208 W. Main Plume 3M. TOM LITTLE Phone 632 _A NATIONAL 01 STILLER SSc PRODUCT •TERRY ABSTRACT & 1 REALTY CO. 'Abstracts,: Lands & Loans E.:M. Tcrrj-, Fres. and Mjr. Phone '617 Bljthevillc, Ark. ^ -.DR. SALIBA K Eye, Ear, Nose . & Throat GI/ASSRS FITTED Ingram.: Bldg Room 210 "Res. Phone 410 DHice 413 Open All Night ROAD AND WRECKER SERVICE i Phone 633 Tom Little Chevrolet Co NOW 18 MONTHS OLD 93 PROOE-STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY ms CO] Sen Vt.iV", y. y. They all look alike... but one RUMTHEICEL O N TUB ICE, before the opening face-off, hockey players seem much the same, lint, wait till the puck starts to fly and see how one player stands out as the star! So, too, by its brilliant performance, docs Windsor win among straight Bourbon wliis- fcics in its price class. It's a taste champion. Zcstful and full- j^jj^ bodied, rich, round and rugged, this grainy, IIM\ whiskey says "come on" to your hearty much like venison docs, grilling over a north wood's camp lire. Gangway for Ihe Chickasaws- ' Lee High Generals Football Classic Chickasaws vs. Lee High Generals Columbus, Miss. Friday at 8 P; M. : Crump Stadium Memphis : Conic on" Alumni and rah id football fans . . . oil up the old vocal cords for the Chickasaws are on the ivar- path again! Friday you'll be off for Memphis by train, by, bus,', and by auto lo watch the Chickasaws make privates out of the Lee Generals! lieforc yon go be sure you'll fie protected against the lickcl- ncss of Dame Nature. You'll want to he safe from chillinif winds-or a slight (Iriralinff rain so come at once to . ; BLYTHEVILLE'S TOPCOAT HEADQUARTERS . . . where you'll find Mead's are ready for you with a marvelous collection of fine topcoats to (it the purse of all of you. When you're sittirip/Jn the stands at Crump Stadium watching Hutchins, Mosley, Besharse, .Meredith, Warrington, Wise, Moody, Walker, Craig, Burton, Roberts and the rest of the stput hearted Chickasaws marching right over the Generals you'!! be glad we reminded you to get your topcoat i now. We'll be open Thursday morning until 11 so you can have you- new topcoat for Thanksgiving ss, well as for the ' game. • . :'...-, ,..-., : . , •••.•*••Hart Schaffner & Marx WEST END COVERTS LUXURIOUS RAREPACKS FAMOUS RAMBLERS 100% CAMEL HAIRS Mansfield Topcoats $ 20 and $ 25 As usual the best is always at i " ' MEAD CLOTHING Co. , 315 WEST MAIN STREET Mississippi'County's Gift Center For Particular Men

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