The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 27, 1934 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 27, 1934
Page 5
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JTHURSDAr, SEPTEMBER 27, 1934 BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK,) COURIER NEWS Parade, Music and Gvicl- clers in New To Add Color Unif orms lly J. 1'. I'UlliNll A cullcRe atmosphere witli plenty of color anil glamour will assist (he Mlythcville Chlckasaws and tlie Osccolu semlnoles lo uslier in King Football in all his glory on his 1934 gridiron campaign tomorrow night Lit Haley Field. 1-ed by Floyd White, lonil inai-s- ti'o, and Ills drum and bugle corps, anil Hie liieh scliool band, under Hie edirectlon o[ Everett McDowell, ii yiani parade will be slagrd Friday afternoon. several hundred (jars arc expected to take part in (lie spectacle. Preceding the game ami between halves the drum and bugle corps will give demonstrations and the band will supply music lo enliven tl )e contest. Unlike tie proverbial irishman who was "nil dressed up and 'no place lo go," the Chickasaws will be all dre.'.scd up witli places to go in their new uniforms. Tlie suits carry out the school colors, The jerseys are maroon trimmed with white. The headgears likely will 4^^1^^^B9B^WMLM^^DOuU^B^^^^^^^^ CEEQ) Tlnirsday & Friday Mill. 2:30, L0-25c Mite (i:-l&—10-35c a now kind of murden mysteryl PAUL' LUKAS WithlEILAHYAMS.PATRICIA iELLIS,PHILLIPREED,ONSLOW iSTEVENS, Dorothy Buigess, iUllian Bond, Joyce Conplon.; from n play by Edith and Edward iEllif, Direcled by Edwin L. Marin.) Produced by Car! Laimmlc, lr.( itdmund Grainger, Associate Producer. PiestnUd by Oil Uem-^ mlt. A UNIVERSAL PICTURE. Carloon - - Travelogue ROXY last Time Today Uiitu & Nigh l—l He - 25c SLIM SUMMKRVII.Mi iind XASU I'lTTS in 'IttVEBIHJK' - - 'Comedy work. Friday & Saturday "• <V. WKCl 'presents••* WtSTERIl' TORNADO/ Trouble wQt'i flLVMH^IJO GLORIA SHEA Nietc STUART Carluim and Serial Kin 'I'in Tin. Jr., in "Wolf Dog" I be while. l.lncup Head Coach Carney Uaslic liw lot selected ills starting eleven. But t looks like .they will late the field EomctMnir Jibe Ihls: ends, pick Tipon and Eugene ^Bluckwcll; tackles, Olynder "Rasputin" Dsj'der ant) Byron walker; guards, Henry .imslprd and Elmer Undsey; cen- er, J. \v. Purtlc; quarterback, Her- slicl Mojjlcy; halves, Alfred "Slick" Meredith mid Basil Locke; fullback Eddis Saliba or Onell Craig. The entire squad was pronounced i Bood condition for the e a me fol- Jwing a two hour drill i,, K ier the res last night, coaches Uislie and uc«etl drove t!:em hard and top. |:cd it with a light scrimmage Will) ,, V" Se f, " lc B™«P has come ugli with no ^ious rived unexpectedly Sundiiy to visa Mr. and Mrs. L,. P. Gatcwooii tills week. Mrs. Joe Lest-er was Hie giiMl of cr inotlier, Mrs. sain McCrory, In Haytl, Sunday.' Mrs.' McCjwy. who lias been ill for some time, Li 1111- Impravcd. G. w. Toons uncl son, noy, of St Louis, siioiii, Wednesday with Mre. W. s. Robinson en route to Hly- Holland N ews h n , . bee here for some time work- on (lie tm-laiiu for (lie hicli o. stage, have left for' Bernic where they will rto .somilar H. M. Meyers and .son, u. B of J 10 " Wcrc """"Snesls of o Cecil ""dsiwtli and Capshait spent -IMCS- y in Memphis r or — .._...,, uu *i ^,n njtivi; nj III J- tlievillo, where lie will b? tlie riic'SL of'Mrs Harry Hornby. Andrew Jenkins spem>TVc<lncs:lay In Memphis on business. Mr. ami Mrs, Allnn Oales and children, Betty Jonn nnd Dorothy Jane, Imvc (.one to Owassa, Midi, - nllcr spending llirco weeks with l (lcnl - v ' Mr. Onlcs 1 parents, Mr. and Mrs W. A. oales. tiicy W j|| sto,) over in St. Louis will) Mr. ami Mrs I'ljOMias Tliciniiscm and Miss Dor'- Miss Uolilie, shopped In Memphis Monday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Theoitore Klfcr and elilldrai KIM Oclell Kifer arrived Sunday frcm Ncwclton, La., lo be Ihi? Iious,°8ii«ts of Mr. untl Mrs. J. A. Klfcr' awl family. • Mrs. Harold Crawford and son Ivan WHIT™, arrived Tuesday (vom Mint, Midi., to visit Mr. unit Mrs. Sam Jibuki'r. _L Mrs. Herbert Morrow, uf McDou- Kul, Ai'k.. are visiting relntlvos hero I Ills week. Mr. and Mrs,, oliaite Siillivnn were called 10 Wlcklllfe. Ky.. Monday to annul Hie funeral of Mrs. Srtllivwrs brother, who died .sml- Mrs. Garvin Wilson anil daughter, Miss Melba,' were dinner tnnwis of Mrs, Wilson's sister. Mrs. Now'l Hcndrlx and mother. Mrs. w a Pounds, of .Cooler, Sunday. ' ' Miss Rivls Northern ] s recovering from a critical illness at her nomc here. H. o. alley and son. of Orand- vicw, Texas, are exiKctal to arrive •»»b wc ck 10 vis,,, Mr 11|)(| Mrs H. alley for several days sJllf' ?"""' u E<tw! >nl* anrt'tabv, Sylvia Ann, Mrs. J. 13. Uosl „,' daughter, Mks Gcor , il sliiyto Misses Velner and Elsln Wilson spent Sunday afternon with Mrs. Recce News Allen Hood, of clear Uike, Miss Mniiii> Conlcy won the prize as the prettiest (jlrl nt Hie pic siippci lu.jii here scptcinber H. Mrs. HiHIlo uccce won the quilt given away by lite home demonstration club. Mrs. Ida Akliis mid family spent Sunday at Ix>nc On kvlslltng Mr. mid Airs. Tlornuiij smith, Mrs, MII I Ills, of Tennessee, is vis- Itlns her dauBhler. Mrs, John Tuy- Inr. Mr. and Mis, Jim Oolnes, of Cjos- iic-ll. spent Sunday with Mr. mid Mi's. Cecil liimn. Alblnu I'licusantij l-'ound lown (UP)—Arthur Rnsunisj'cn, (anucr near nere, i'e- lortcd ilndlne u brood of flvo nl- blno plicnsnnts, a great rarity as MONEY TO LOAN ON CITY PROPERTY Wr cut! make loans on $ow\ lil^li class houie.s, or tjood In- conic business properly In tlio city ui low Interest rates, nnct no commission. 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