The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 18, 1940 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 18, 1940
Page 2
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PACE TWO" __ BLYTHBVJLLB- (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 5c TABLE Eath Hem Hstfed !n this box is hcShg closed-out at EC £ef unit! Lifebuoy Soap dehfith* Leon Curler* Composition Ikwks— SpJfal typ« Library PaSte In Jarfe Vaseline In Jan Circular Knitting Pads Lds' Hnnrikerehien^- pure linen Infants' and Chills' Long Hos« Curtain Scrim Mercerized Bedspread Cottoii^OO ydB. 27-inch White Oiiling lory Curtain Hods lOc TABLE Save bit the following close-out Items! lOc unit! Cruls ; -S/4 Hofee Prisciila Curtain*} Assorted Art Goods ftayoh .taffetii—full pieces Bainbna gulling— pink Handkerchief Linen —brown Finest Quality Mercerized I'rinl French Dress Linen —Oyster White Nurfcry Printed Windsor Crepe Cretonnes-Sim Fast —tub Fiiat Infants' Vests —button style ODDS and ENDS TABLE! ... oh the Men's Side . . . You'll lirui sonic wonderful bargains on Iliis close-out tablet: I'riCcs on this merchandise have been ridiculously reduced 1 MEN'S-DRESS' SHIRTS! Sanforised t Fast Colors 1 These are close-outs if ronl oil- fcftc regular stock •.• '.f: ha'";,- OU $ MEN'S WOOLEN DRESS PANTS 1 if'ymi'rc iic- ; Ctistpmed to paying foil!' dollars for your . extra trousers, you must see these at BOYS' DRESS SHIRTS! Fast Colors! Full Cut! .:..,...;. JUVENILE WASH SUITS . . . BO hurry! CLOSE-OUT OF SHOES These shoes are from our regular stock! Drasli- cally reduced for iinmedinte clearance! Hurry! Reduced to t . 'S I'ATENT LEA.. All leather soles! ™n EN'S ARCH-SUl'I'UKT SLIPPERS! This group includes our entire stock ol suedes! Each pair is a tremendous value at ; ..,. ; BARGAIN DAYS' FEATURES.. *' i!', lort " ln !ovel ? colors-White, Dusty "9 "^ ^ ^Pouaer Blue, MM*, sn d Berry. | J fj tmiament rayon! Four jo'rc bl™ cu^ iow Out with the old—in with the new! We must make \vay.for new stocks—discontinued lines must be cJeiuicci up I That's why we can give you such unheufd of bargains Jn good merchandise. The items listed in the boxes in tins «<( are (torn our regular stock-they have been tlrasllcally reduced in price. The other items are special purchases bought for this event. Each of them is' a RED HOT BARGAIN! WASH DRESSES . . . Matle of Avenue .Prints—Val Dyed. Hew Spring ralternsl The assortment includes twenty new Spring Styles, Sizes 14 lo 44. 3 for 1,00 I,UN'Clii:ON CLOTHS . . . 40x48'" and 50.X50 1 ' liecrilned cotton! Colored woven cliedk colliers. Assorted colors, 21c Vl'OS 1 BROADCLOTH SUPS . . . Built-il|) shoulder slip made of 80/00 broadcloth. Hemstitched heck hud arm-holes, with 2 Inch hem easily adjusted. Sizes 34 (o 62. 'Women's RAYON PANTIES Heavyweight, plain knit tab- fici Medium length logs nnd loose legs! TeA RO'SR! oH 2 FOR iDC ';.' , MEN'S, . \, : SHORTS rt'nY SHIRTS Swiss Rib shlils. Fnst color brciulcloth shorts wltn "GRIPPER" fasteners) Complete Suit— n p SHORT and SHIR 1 ! 1 ... L DC RAYON CUEl'E SLIPS : . . Au oulstanrt- ing Eroiipi Dins evil! Single yoke sections! Embroidery- trim nntl luce triml Sl/cs 32 to 44! 44c HOYS' DRESS SHIRTS Attractive new prints! Ouni- nhleed fnsl colorsl Fullcul! Slzes6tol!3! 33c HOYS' DRESS Pnrl wool cheviots in .scn- sminl coloi-s! Dr,ii)c niodcl- plentcd front! ScH- | go belled! Sizes Clo 18! Pv. 1«OO .MEN'S inr, AV001, UNION' StllTS . . . . Long iegs nnd sleeves! Full cut] Just the right weight for comfort. Good quality rib knit I 63c FI.OVK SACKS . . . Lnumkred, blenched! 28"x W. Tliesc can be piil lo so many uses! While Ihpj- last 5c J>TAN»AIii> l'KRCi\J.E . . . 36" wide! Fart to washing! 10 to 18 \nrrt lengths! Assorted fabrics, staple checks, shirtings, lio'.ka dels, stnpiD stripes nnd plain shades. Yd. 5c m« ~" A AT 8 : 3fl A ' M - CLOSE AT 5 • 30 p - Mi SATURDAYS - OPEN AT 8 : 30 A, M., CLOSE AT 9 • 00 P. M. shorter working hours. '""^ ° mS '° yo "' hut AVC fl>t '' wc owc ' l to our salespeople lo allow Ihcm lo enjoy Weil Side Club Meets Mrs. Wi E. o. Graham was host- ->ss to .the West Side Club at her dome Tucs'.h.y atlcrnoon. Guests for the aftemp;n were- 1 Mrs. Sam 1 Irijel, Mrs. Mike Kfoll, Mrs.'O. W. Ihllton, Mrs. Jas. M. Reeves and Mrs, Louis ScliuH. . High club prize a ' cosmetic, set, was won by Mr?. Qbldje Fish* er, Mr?. Orgel received, fcrldgo, a pottery how), mill Mrs. Krol) won guest prize, a glass c&mpoEe. Refreshments of craomeat salad," potato chip's, Ice cream pie arid cJffe were served after the' games. Caruthersville Society—Personal lle-oo-ji Club The Rc-'oo-n Ciul) met tuesdiy iiiglil nt the iiome of Mr. nnd'MrS. C. E. Wntson, with Miss Kathryn '1'atiiih, ns liosltss. High score, pir/e, book ends, went 16 Miss Minerva Plllllllis. toss Kriiestlne Wllks bfidgoccl' nnd received stationery. A salad courso and hot tliociliite were iervcd afici- the emiiiig's play/ . .- t Jolly N'lne Mtets- ' Mrs. T. R. Osljprnc entertained racmliers of the Jolly Nine Club at her home Mondi'.y nlyiit. Club prize, hoslefyj' was won by Mrs. H. C. Dent. Tile hostes? served a salad course anil 'coffee after the r.itchy Nine Meets '. 'Die IM&£ Nine Club hicet Arois- dny night lit tlie home of Miss Pauline HariH-al High score [irl^e, hosiery, waS 'vfcft.bS' Miss Mary Myrtle..McArthur oii.d Miss Elizabeth Fields, won JOwi a licveiiy match hblde>. Mrs. Ralph Goodin biiclijocd and -received a novelty demising tisstie'ahd poivder puff ECt. •'.'''''< ' ' • After,-the hostess served angel fooct cjike topped wuh fruit arid whipped ci-ealii arid coffee. : , . • . . l' matrons' Meeting Mrs. Howard .t'umilngliani wns hostess to 26 hVelnliefs 'of the Past Matron's Club' of the Order of Eastern f>t«f at'her home Monday iiiflit. Mrs. Lettlft; Neeley was ns- slstunt liost'ess.^Mrs.. Hshiess of Mel- .York was'a gUest. Following ^..thyce course dinner, "Mrs. H. tii ^Bnj'wti.ihha'Mrs. H. N. Arnold initiated r V*'p new nicuiuers, Mrs. Loriiiie. B.'. Markey and Mrs. |Russell -Brocks.':'Tije'.'Initiation was aciapied , from ,' th(j . story of the Wizard of'Oz, and' both new members were -dressed like little girls: Mvs, Ernest Long took the role ,of tlie .Scarecrow',-' Mrs. Arnold t.' Till Man, Mrs. H. T. Simpson Cowardly Lion ".anil Mr^ Bro was -the Wizard; •• .- •• ' '!i'.. pefcre the cldse of the meeting, Mrs. Neeley, Mrs. Mavid Jumper and • Mrs. T. J.' Markey received btftliday gifts. ' • ' " '*!:*. • Miss Esla ^erVislelh returned Tuesday froln ',:CMampaign, 111., where she spoilt tlje week-ehd with frlfiiHs frohi thi University "ot Illinois. . : ' ;' Mr, and Mrs. .Luke.-VanAusdnil returned Monday .nlgVit from a week's vacsllo'if'-in-Mexico. , Miss Lola Stiytrs of -Ft, Worth, Tex., arrived in . Caruthersville Sunday ,16 visit with her aunt and wide, Mr. and Mrs. h.,.W. Helm.. . jvtlss Marj' Eunice Laysbn and Bill Pease of Blythcyille spent Siihday 'here with Miss Lucille Naylor. : "Mi-, and Mrs.'Wld MaltliewS and daughter left Tuesday morning for Hct Springs', Ark. Mrs. CnH Blo'fccr, Mrs. R. W. Hawkins anil two daughter's and John M'CDonnld left Saturday lor S .vacatioii In cicatwatef, Pla. Mr. aiid Mrs. Jiick Langdon and ^lr. and Mrs, Frank Wilks sp'enl thb week-end in Walnut Kidge, Ark,, with Mr. Langdon's prircnis, Mr. and Mrs.. ,J. M. Cook. W. M. Cryslcr was i» vislloi- in Memphis Monday. -Klis-s Mary Jane Bennett and Mi^. liarold Johe.s received word tlils week that, their hiqtner, Mrs. B. 6. Bennett of Little Reck, Ark:, submitted to an operation at the Baptist liuspltnl there Satiirdny. She is reported to he improving. Some persons rcgnrd the king cobra ,-is The most dangerous of all wild creatures how Inhabiting the earth, ll lives In thn Indo- /Ainlhyah aren and Us main food Is olhef snaltes. PRESCRIPTIONS ,. Freshest Slock Guaranteed Ucst Prices Kirby Drug Stores REMEMBE& LEFTY'S Service Station for Magnolia Hlobiloil ami Mobilgas Now Walter Cox, Jr. and E. M. Murray See ( Us For Anti-Freezi! THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 3940 CASH GROCERS PRICES FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY in Heavy Syrup Ho, 2; Can Grapefruit Juice 46 oz. Can Large Bottle STOKELY KRAUT PFAC Sc ' 1001 1)a - v ' Selected •*«!( rfcHJ N O . 2 Can IW JUICE Pineapple 40 07. Can EDIIIT COCKTAIL, Stokely's 1*ic rllUII . No. 1 Can IW TUNA FLAKES 11 SALAD DRESSING «, 20 LOG CABIN SVRUP **$L 18 TIIDMID «REENS, flume 71 I.Unnir v -« GMtfn,"ib. 12 SWEET POTATOES Black Rindless Hawk Lb. eo Ib. 12k Giidahy's Half or Whole, Ib. 22c OYSTERS Pint 25 PORK CHOPS LI). PICRIC HAM PEG LIVER Lb. STEAK Ib. 20c ROAST Ib. 17 ^c Cudahy's PORK SAUSAGE 5! SALT MEAT Strehk-6'-Lean Lb. 10 C PURE LARD Lb. 8 C Humko»*- {t 40C Coffee il-22'c Prune TOMATO PASTE 01'*.? Kvajroratcd D). EFT Large Hox 23' SPAGHETTI 2 Uhxcs SALT Square A ] t " A ] *" CLEANSER . House. :( Can^ 3Lb.Can . . 52c ,.. . 6 Lb. Can . $1.82 ' lb ' Can

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