The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 4, 1936 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 4, 1936
Page 6
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PAGE EIGHT (ARK.) COUTUICR NRW3 Meet Monday ->'At Laiiev Church \\ill be a meeting of rep- leicnlalives of Bnpltst chinches ih IMlssisiippi^county Monday at ih,e. Lsney church, on the Reel tine road vvcst of Occota, It )ms Rev of Althe Iccn announced by the ffed Carpenlei, pastoi .First church heie „ , '\The meet ins of'the workers' Council will bcglu at !0 o'clock \vhen reports will be given of the prcgiesi made In the Arkansas Baptist Redemption campaign At 1!'15 o'clock, the Rev. E L Cole, jijCitor of the church at Osceola, jili preach ' <i Lunch will, be served nt noon. T>ie pha>ts of Baptist life in Jlfcsissippi county will be tnken tn' in the altcrnoon «esMon In v.hieh the Rev, j 1 , A Whitely, i-unly mtssionarv, will give his etport, Milton Graham, dhecioi Of the Baptist Training Unions In the" count), will discuss the pro- Miim of tht> gioup, and the Rev. Ko*ard King, of KeKei, will take tip Ihe Sunday school piogiain I" The. executive..mission board will meet at 3 o'clock befoic the j".ce(lns Is concluded at J 30 p in I Carulhorsville Sociely — Pcisonal Ing several dnj.s here vvlth Mrs. Tike's pwnts, Mr. nnd 'Mrs, H. S. Smith. Miss Lorcne Drydoh, county home demonstration .agent, 'spent , the ekcnd vvlth friends In Kansas City, Mo. Mrs. Charles P. Wood of Ulylhe- ville spent the weekend In tbl« city visiting her sister, Mrs, P. B. Eastwood. Ell I/jckard lias gori e. to Dyersburg, Tenn., to ultend the funeral of Mrs. Lockard's mother, Mrs. 06- ztor. Mrs. Locknrd has been there for several days, '.•'•' •' - Mre. John Sawyer, daughter, Mrs. Jack Hopke, Mrs. Margaret Under nnd daughter, Miss Gall Norment, spent Monday mid •!Tuesday In Memphis. While there, they attended "The Great Waltz" nt Ellis Auditorium, Mrs. c, E. Park and Mrs. Jlal- lle Hoiloman or DeWItt, Ark., spent the .weekend here a's guests of Dr, ind Mrs. c. W. Brown. Mrs. H. T. Uyars Is confined to her. home this "wsek by illness. Margaret Goad, who sustained a broken leg here several :<lay(> .ago when struck by a furniture truck, returned home Sunday from the Memphis hospital, where she had been undergoing treatment. : Asks TenanULandlorA Arbitration Service LITTLE ROCK, Ark.—The 1917 legislature will bo nsked to provide .two additional assistants for Die 1 state labor department to .handle disputes between landlords and tenants and other wnge collection discs, E. r. McKlnhy sr,, state labor commissioner, said yesterday. Mr. McKlnley estimated that $r. 500 additional'appropriation would provide the necessary pEi'sonnel and facilities to 'handle these claims successfully. • Mr. McKlnley said one 'of -the THE COMPLETE ELECTRICAL STORE Featuring- clrdriral fixtures tram $1 u'p, Wi'slliiKlniuse appliances, all • kinds of lamps, Inexpensive lirlrlgc jiHws and a line of belle grade toys. , Walpole Electric Shop 208 W. Main T'hrmt 3H most, prevalent 'abides by landlords In ce'i'Uiln sections Is ft long Klniid- Ini? custom to charge tenants a su-'. pervlslon fee ranging as high ns 25 per cent, in addition, to 10 per cent Interest on piirchiLseS at tlie plantation store, He' said planters and farm managers have eliminated this charge when the labor department hns pointed out, In Individual cases that It amounted to Illegal interest, -The labor commissioner said tlis department has found In many Instances that tenants attempted attempted to take advantage of landlords. He suggested that the Arkansas Farm Tenancy Commission could render a valuable service by carrying on an educational program to acquaint bolli landlords and tenants with restriction's 'provided by law relating' (o their d?allngs with each other. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1936 • Read Courier News Want Ads \Yiin(e<l Tu Sell $! 00,000 Furniture Half Down - liaiance Next Kail - liu.v Now Hubbard Furniture Co. Will Preach Sunday — at Garden Point Church The Rev. J. c. Agnew will preach- it the Garden Point Methodist church'Sunday morning,-'il o'clock, nnd at the Riverside church Sun-| fay night, 7:30 o'clock. i Bndc-Klcct Given Shower. < On WsJnesdaj jvenins! Miss An- jia 'Blanche Moore, a bride-elect, uss complimented \\lth a linen shower by Mrs Dc".'-cr P.kc, of Hlimtngham, Ala, and Mrs Robert Mehrle, of this city, at the home pi Mrs nk2'.s parents, Mr nnd Mrs H S. Smith 1 The dining table was centered »lth a silver Wf.1 of rlo«cis, with a miniature bridal partj arranged on each side. Jifrs J. S Wahl v,as presented a revolving crjstnl icllsh dish on a silver bnsfc for high score, Mrs Paul Heinle a ^aflle set for second high Mrs L\man Cunningham' a clnomiiim ics bucket \vlth tongs on a stand for traveling prbe, and the honoree vvas presented a WBflJe iron on a walnut bise by ' Hie" hostesses Those receiving awards presented them to the guest of honor A number of lovely linen gifts were presented to Mlis Moore bv Master Howard nke, small son of one of the hostesses The guests were Misses All:? Eenyman, Marian Musgra\e, vli- ginia Crider, Maij M;hrle, Opal Reeves, cradle Moore and Mcs- dames Ljmnn Cmnlngham, Ralph Hutelilson, " W Groom? Marion Barrow, 'Mm McDonald, Pilii Mehile, Albeit L'lwson, J s wahl H C Cook and C. O Shspari o' this city, and Mtss«s Alice auj AH ry McHaney nnd Mrs. J.'W. Tip ton jr. of Kennett Miss Linra Bell -.Shepard was a tea guest W. M U Ckcli .vFleclion of officers was held \Vcd- nc-day by Ihs Misslonnry Un'or of the First Baptist chinch, \\lth ' the following being elected Mrs Gage Knight, president, Mrs W L Cantrell, first vice-president tint chairman of enlistment, Mis Bll Sanyder, second vice-president am mission studr chalrmnn. Miss Mary Ann Medling, third vice-president nnd young psoples leader, Mrs Tom Markey, sacretary, Mrs Earl Ix>ng, tr.asuwr, Mrs Ed Onl- ther, personal servfce chnlrmaiv = and Mrs. T M Spldell and Mrs ( Roscoc Plerc., circle chairmen Double-Four Clujj Enterl.iincd ' Mrs Robert Heygood was hostess to tre Double-Four Rook club Wednesday afternoon Mrs Robin Pier nesdaj afternoon Mrs Robin Pisrcs was a guest of the club , .The club prlzj went lo Mrs Ray Blackford-aud M.s A J Day cut the consolation award Mrs pierce was given an apron t.Mrs.. Denver Pike and son, Howard, returned home to Birmingham, Ala, Thursday after spcnd- ERIVAN. Soviet Armenia (UP)— HIP Soviet-Persian frontier, normally ; quiet, hns suffered a "burlier Incident"which will not. lead o diplomatic piotest. Th; frontier Uolmol was u huge' striped tiger, which attacked u flock of sheep after .bounding across the frontier. Shepherds surrounded the li?or, wounding it. with a (jrcal roar the lipast fled Into a cave whcie It rcnialned five days be- to ic hunters dared (o entsr. Thej- found. It dend. Cold Weather Coming! H»n'( take clmncp.s, lei ILS fill your radiator wllh OR IMJROL ANTi-FRBBKB We and alio stock' Alcohol oilier Antl-Frcczc. Russell K. Man- I'uVc Oil Service Slaliiiii I'lione 304 SATl'RDAYONLY WAI. A. woonwmv's SENSATIONAL DBAF, I71>'l>l-» c WOODBURY'S r li fc, 11 ! FACE POWDER • .. - ....-: (f.aree Size) Valuable Discount— This Worth Advertisement ' ' NOTICK.TO AliTIIOrtl/.KIl DISTllimjTOHS In accordance with our agreement you are authorized -|» deliver Woqdbury'.s ['nwilcr KHKE wllji each .purchase of WooiJIwi-y'K Perfume, Woodbi.iy'.s Liiistick anil Wooclbury's Cold Cream :il C9c anil this Coupon .signed.. ALL FOR 59c A " d Tlllii Wootllwry's I'erfuriic SI.00 i .WflOilJiury's Lipstick'"'.. .75) AVooilhiii'.v's'; Powder .. .75 . Womlbtir.v's Cold .Cream .1:, TOTAL VALUES .... ?:U5 Ccndiklrd by Wm. A. Woodbury's RtpresenlatVve." ONLY 2 SKTS TO.A CUSTOMKU! LIMITED SUI'I'IA'! . No Mail Orders ' HI)V NOW—This Ad will not :i|ipi-ar again! This Coupon nut mlccnmlilc af(er this sale! Main Cut Rate Drug Store Klytheville, Ark. PRESCRIBED BY HXCI.US1VR HART SC11AVFKER & 'MARX STYLIST; FOR BLYTHEVILLE MEN! Wrecker Service Gss OPEN ALL NIGHT PHILLIPS SEIWCR CBNTBR Phenr-s 777 - 310 Real Cotton-Corn Farms. Possession In January. Level Black (Cj press) I/and. Improved. Well Located. Good Terms, Come To Southeast Missouri. 140 acres, improved, all cultivated. $40 per acre Good terms. ' - 240 acres, Improved, all culli- valed $40 acre, good terms Good Farms near town and gins Why pay rent and give anay jour labor and profit?' Caleb Smith, Hotel, SiUston, Mo. Mothers. Love to Ux>k Pretty! Give .Her a Permanent. ELAINE BKAUTY SHO1' GIVE HER FIESTA WARE! That new china, In colorful shades. which is the newest thing. Plates, 20c up. Other pieces as inexpensive. Other dishes, moderately priced. Hubbard Hdw. Co. i OKts 'of-Beauty nnd DisMnctioiil Brass Copper -anil Chromium, all pilccd low, but \crv smart and i modern. Also Silver and Glassware I Vanity Sets," Compacts, Costume Jewelry, Lamps,- Pictures. Novelties, Pottery, • Artificial Flowers. 'Evening Dags,-: Candlesticks, Vases, Leather Handbags, Fitted Ztiiper Cases, Week-end Cases, Purses. Bulova and Elgin Wrist Watches. Dinner Rings nnd' Diamonds. Pat O'Bryant, Jeweler Let, n New Dodge Car say ' "Merry Christmas" to llerl Tills gift would serve the entire family, Barnett Auto Sales New...Belt Sets. Military Sets. Fountain Pens ket and Wrist Leather Billfolds, Diamonds, Rings, aiid Pencils. Poc- Watches, Cigarette Cases and Lighters. r'at O'Bryant, Jeweler 32-ptece Genuine Fine Liquors Make - Fine Gifts! 'Cur stock' includes such brands a-s Canadian Club, Cascade Old Tay lor, Old Grand-Dad. Old Schenley, Kentucky Tavern, Walker's DeLuxo! Imported Rum, Imported Benedictine, Imported Creme De Men- ihe, Gnrrctt's and California Wines, Brandies of all .kinds'. CROSSTOWN WHISKY S1IO1- / WANTED Government ; tban Cotton Phone 1G7 "APPLEBAUM BROS. COTTON CO. Ikrtlj Wig. Blythe^illc, Ark, Nothing would be nicer than to give Her a HOME for a Christmas Rift! A small cash payment will buy any of our attractive homes listed. Thomas Land Co. Mother or Dad's Christmas may be brightened by giving them tet- ter vision, A gift of properly fitted .Glasses will be appreciated , every day In the year. I' Drs. Wert and Wert | Toasters. Percolators, Mixers, Iroiw. 1 Uoasters, Coffee Makers. WaUIe Frons. Sandwich Grills, lamps. Vacuum Cleaners, Electric Ranges. Tree Light Outfits and Replacement Bulbs, All Kinds of Toys. Electric Trains, Winding Toys, Doll Dishes. Trucks, Wagons, Toy Stoves, Automobiles and Tricycles. Walpole Electric Shop 208 W. Main Vhonc 311 "The Complclc Electrical Store" Pretty clothes make Her look, bet-1 tcr, b'ul one of our Pcimancnls will make Her look beautiful. She'll be happy Christmas with a new Permanent. We Give Mnchtnclcss Permauenls JACKSON'S 11EAUTV SHOr AND FAMILY Before making your Christmas purchases sec the Largest and Most Complete Stock of Gift Merchandise .in Northeast Arkansas. PARKHURST'S grade pebble blnrtdcr. grain • leathci ,... Official sire $1.50 ' Shouse-Henry Hdw. Co. THE RAMBLER TOPGOAT Make Her Happy With A Permanent! $2.60 up. WORK GUARANTEED. ELAINE BEAUTY SHOP Gifts She'll Love! Coty's or Evening In Paris Pace Powder, Compacts, Lipsticks, Manicure Sets, 'Atomizers; Perfum?, Toilet Bets, Cut ex Sets, Cranes' Candles N Fowler Drug Co. Who Wouldn't. Appreciate These? Corona Portable Tyi>cwriter Waterman Fountain Pen A. W. Fabcr 4-color Mechanical Pencil Respirator Chair Cushion Leather Zipper Case Aco Stapling Machine YOU'LL, FIND THE NEWEST ' OFTTCE EQUIPMENT AT Acton Printing Co. 122 N., Second. Phone 10 Make Him Happy With ~~ Cigars; in special Christmas boxes Humidors, Razors. Leather Bili Folds. Flashlights, Clocks. Pen and Pencil S«ts, Belt Sets, Lapel Watches, Fountain Pens, Smoke Stands Tie Racks, Desk Sets, Pipes. Thermos Bottles. Fowler Drug Co, TOE IDEAL Theater coupon book For the family or friends. GOOD ANY TIME! Ritz & Roxy Theaters Big line of Wagons. Autos. Tricycles, Skates. Scooters, Bicycles. .22 Rifles, Pocket Knives, Flash- llghls, Watches. Hunting Knives, Buck Jones and Daisy Air Guns. Boy Scout Knives and Axes. Burke Hardware Co. ' "We Sell For Less" $2.50 and $5.00 JAPANESE CHINA $3.95 3 Attractive Patterns Shouse-Henry Hdw. Co. 33 x 15 Roller Heavy Coaster Wagon $2.75 Shouse-Henry Hdw. Co. Only 17 Shopping Days Until Cristmas Tailored by Hart Schaffner & Marx * Robert Surrey, famed fashion finder for 'Hart Schaffner & Marx has placed his seal of approval on these re- mai 'kable Rambler topcoats. He prescribes them for BIytheville men and every coat carries, his label'that certifies they are authentic fashion. The cloth is loomed from a scientific blend of alpaca and mohair which makes them wear and wear ... which makes them retain their shape... which makes them have the luxurious feel of camel's hair. Select your's tomorrow! .As usual the best is always at MEAD CLOTHING Co. »•'.•' 318 WEST MAIN STREET Mississippi County's Gift Center For Particular Men

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