The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 19, 1930 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 19, 1930
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1930 SLYTHEVILLE, ^ARK.) COURI1SR NEWS Poplar Blu(f District Conference Held at Campbell Yesterday- Banded Canada Goose Shot By Geo. Edriiigion OSOEOLA, Ar)t.^George Edrlng- ton, 'Osteola sportsman, Stilled one of Jack Miner's banded Canadian geese on a bar in the Mississippi river near here a Jew days ago, the second banded goose reported since the season opened. The. fli-st one was killed by a Clarksda'le, Miss., sportsman a few days'afo. The aluminum bnnd which encircled the goose's leg bore the Inscription, "Have Faith lii God," CAMPBELL, MO., Nov. 19 V —Hop rtsentatives of twenty-one towns and cities of southeast Missouri attended the Poplar Bluff conference of lh« Methodist church at Calnp- bVll yesterday. The meeting occu- \ pled the entire day and was pre- wlth the Eib; « reference Mark 11 \ sided over by Rev. J. A. Brown of 22 - alld ">e rettuesl. "Write Box 48, t ^ Poplar Bluff, presiding elder. The »K"Ssvlllc, Ontarln, Canada." The , V meeting was attended by ministers, scrlnl number on the band was 2GF. l»y leaders, and stewards from! Tne eoose is believed to be 0112 ,ch of the charges. Dr. J. D. .Randolph of Mexico, addressed the meeting on the ;iscouri Methodist. Foundation." talks were by (he presiding and th« Rev. John p. Tussv. itary of, the Board of Chrls" luc'atioh of the St. Louis con- released fro nithe game preserve near Kingsvllle,which-is operated by Jack Miner, famous sportsman and lover of wl!d life, who annually bands game with a view (o studying their, migratory/habits.'-' Driver Grove fibers of the Methodist min- fittendlng the meeting from Lreme south part of the Poplar-district included. O. P. lot Braggadocia, J. T. Self ell, P. L. Prit chard of . T. Evltts of Clarkton, W. *y of Hornersville. J. R. . of Hayti, H. E. Ryaii of | .'George Walker of Mal- 'N. Ware "of Senath anrt pills of Steele. on was served the vLsil- l'tit«s by the ladies of the Women's Missionary Un-~ which .the afternoon was to "discussion of finsn- • for the coming year by nbers and stewards. ' Luxora Society—Personal : irst Christian Church -Reelects Pastor at Meeting Sunday. The Rev. E. K. Latlmer, minister Of the First Christian church for several years', will serve the' congregation lor another year. ' At a meeting of the congregation Sunday afternoon It was voted to'accept the recommendation of Hie church board lliot Mr. Latimer Keiser News Notes KEISF.R NEWS NOTES .. ..-.. Mr. and Mrs.' 'Virgil Wlittner motored to Blytheville Saturday night. • • I Miss Aline Bowles shopped In Mr. and Mra Shannon and MUs 1 M ™ lpM . s ..6aUi«Jay. Maud Littleton of Osceola were Luxora visitors Sunday. Miss Elizabeth Davis left Wednesday for her future home In Paris, TeniL Her mother, Mrs. Olds Joined her Monday. M>-s. Rush HCiJllpeter and daughter Jane, of Blythevllle were Luxora visitor^ Saturday. Mrs Louis Spann and daughter, Miss Elzabeth, shopped In Mem- \jliis, Wednesday. Miss Ov:ena Forbes of Memphis spent the week end wit her par- : ij,i s ,,.^v be retained. He announced-today | tnt£r Mr . an( i Mrs. a N. Forbes. | M, his decision to continue his work Kkses O mur and Erline Will-'Rove' :icre, at least until January 1, 1932. lams wcr , s Blytheville visitors' Since taking charge of the. con- Thursday grcgntion the church has mode a Mr '_ E . P A . Moffltt transacted number of outstanding advance- business in Caruthersvllle Monday. Mrs. B. O WllMlns and daughter, Mr. u«n woods" vlalted Mr. and and Mrs. John Watts last wwic. Miss Minnie Bell Shaw spout Salmdny night with her. brother and (urnlly of Wilson. Mr. iiml Mrs. J. T. Polk of Forrest city motored here Inst week to visit the lalters parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Dunavam. Mr. and Mrs. Cliildress. and chll- drtn visited Mr, .and Mrs. C. O. Corley Sunday. Mr. Eldredge, Cummlhgs of Newport vislled Mrs, J. L, Cummlngs ThcEdrtw'i Letter Box. meats and plans for the new year are unusually bright for this group which was unanimously in favor of re I a in ing the present pastor. fNeio Liberty and ' Mrs. Jesse Hardln of [iuis visited relatives here last guest o{ Mr. .•!'•" .urday Highland Mrs. D. Garrett tiiiil y spent Sunday wllh Mr. and Roy Holt. , lm Lloyd spent Saturday night Walter Maxwell of Lone Oak. . and Mrs. Lee Hawkins of Moon visited Mr. and Mrs. B. Jarrelt Sunday. :iss Bethel Floyd spent Satur- night wllh Miss Mae Dell Med- Mrs. "Maude Springer was Ihc guest of Mrs. Myrtle Knight Wednesday evening. Ernest Williams attended to business in Blytheville Friday. • ! Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gr>in?s o! Reece-have moved here to mat? thoir Ivjme this coming year. Arthur Watkins motored to Slcele. Mo., .Friday. Mrs. Georgia Swain and M;s. Ella Detaney were the guests of Mrs. Maude Springer Monday. Church and Sunday school \vns well attended last Sunday. Elva Ray Lucius ic'improving after a long spell of sicl-jiess. Misses L-avcnie Sell-on was the dinner guest of Miss Eunice Brooks. Sunday. Mr^ Myrtle Knight was the Sunday givist. of Mrs. Klla Delauey. Charles Springer jr., was the Clifford Gain's Snl- Mlldred Aycbck spent Sun- wllh'.Miss,Cora May. . Mr. arid Mrs. Joe Epperson vis- lt*<J in Mississippi last week. - : . Mr. and Mrs. Turner were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Crook. Mr.- and Mrs. Luther Stile spent ' Sunday. with Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Pierce. Mri- and Mrs. Eubanks of Gos- :nell'-»[ejre. the Sunday guests ol Mr. and Mrs. May. - ' • ' Mr. and Mrs. Isnnc Lunglcy had visitors from Tennessee Sunday.' Sandy Ridrjc Promise Land News The Rev. Couchmun filled his firsl appointment at the Promise Lsuid church Sunday morning and night.. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stewart nnd Mr. and Mrs. fsaac Ashby are visiiing relatives lii Lexington, Term., this week. Miss Dora JJavis spent Saturday night with Miss Gladys Birmins- 1mm. - ' ' MKs Fannie Lynn Brisondlne was the gueut of Miss Mildred Hall Cutler Sunday. Misses Ethel Mae and Irene Will-. lams were the Sunday 'guests of MUses Bertha and 1 Dulvie Ball. Mrs. Henry Nipper called on Mre- Wlll Williams Sunday. Mrs. \Vylfc--Ball and- chilrtron of Clear Lake upenl the week er.d here visiting relatives., Mr. nnd Mrs Marion Hall and daughter, Margaret, spent Thursday night of last week with Mrs. Hall's sister, Mrs. Thurman Wilder of Burdette. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. I,es!! Frazier had as their guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ball.' Misses Jawell and L;-is Mick were the Sunday guests of' Miis Geraldine Galnes Mr. and Mrs Russell Gaines of Burdette were visitors iu-this vicin- Ann Clalr visited relatives in Ken- neit, M-., Monday and Tiwiriay. Mrs. G 'A. George and children anc', Mrs. M. A. Cotter and, daughter. Ailesn, tpent Sunday in Ely-: theville. : ' ' • Mr. H. P. (Worsley transact«li business In Osceola. Monday. Mr. and Mrs.'B. W. Tliwcat'were Ulyllievllle visitors Sunday./ Edward Worsley of Rotu spent he week end with Rushing Turner. Mr. ami Mrs. Logan Rozelle and Miss Margaret Rrzells were Bly- hevlllc visitors Thursday. .-Merdames B. W.. Cooper, R. C. Aslunore and. Marline NlcholsptiiOf Orceola were Luxora visitors Thursday. Mrs. Dave Richard* and children int, Thursday in BlythevUle. Hiram Hardy has returned from a visit in Stuttgart, • Art., and points in Mississippi. Otis Seralt is visiting relatives In Tennessee this week. Mrs. Hasel Reynolds Is- visiting her parenls, Mr. and Mrs. R. Ever-[i'V Sunday. l, ar t. • ' • Mrs. . "Gallic McGaughey spent Mr. and Mrs. Wonlie Bevillwere Sunday witli Mrs. J. II- Ball. Wilson visitors last Sunday. t Mrt. Edgar Uavis of Burdette Miss Vclma yinlng was a guest ,was a visitor here Sunday. in the home ot.thc Misses Steele last .Sunday. Miss Vara Vining visited Misses Nash' last Sunday. Tom Whittle was taken to the Baptist, hospital in Memphis last Sunday. Will Vlnihg, Smith.Whit- tle and Harve Stockton accompan- .PORTLAND. Me., (UP).— -Mrs. led him there. Mary P. Gardner recently celebrat- I Mr. and Mrs. Van Whittle, of ed her 81st birthday here In.the Pyland, Miss., were"the-.guests of Mr. and Mrs- G. B. Ritch were visiting friends in Yarbro Sunday. Gilchrist Farm News Mrs. Jim Orr visited AUs. O. 3. Steele Monday. Miss Jeltle Tucker of Fulton, Miss., is spending a few weeks with her cousin Miss Norm a Steele. Miss -Lerline Steward vUlted Miss Margaret Wilder Sunday. ' Mrs. Edgar Davis, Jettie Tucker, Cecil and Norma Steele attended Sunday school at New Liberty last Sunday. Miss Velma- Vinlng of Sandy Ridge was the- dinner guest, of Mls.s Norma Steele Sunday. Mrs. Agnes Willisum visited Mrs Edgar Davis Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Hall of St. Louis are visiting relatives here. C. S. Webb and family visited Clifford Burns arid family Sunday. C. S. Webb was a visitor Saturday. Harmon Wilson and Orls ROM. nnd Charles Beall have gone to Kimsns City on a trip which they von last fall Judging cattle. Mr. and Mrs. Satchel Anchlin and i-lilldren and Miss 81s Watson of Dtering, Mo., visited the lat- tors parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Watson Sunday. Mr. S|«nci! Williams and Dick Watson motored to Blytheville Sun. day - - ' J-MI Mrs. chorllc Pord who has been very ill, is now Improving. 'Hie Ladles Aid will meet with Mrs. Ford (his week. Messrs. H. P. Dunavant, Kirk Ciiilds, B. B. Moore and W. returned from Little Rock Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Rosa Kennedy have moved here. They formerly lived at Osceola. Miss Betty Lee Brock* is spend ing several days with Mis. Hoe Teddler, who Is seriously'111. Mrs.- H. P. Donavant and daugh- .ters, Mrs. J. T. Polk and-BufortJ Donavant motored lo Osceola Friday afternoon. Miss Mildred Woodruff of Etowah spent Friday nluht with Miss. Helen West. Mrs. George Weedman and son Junior, spent the last part of the week with Mr. and Mrs. Georgi Steele. i Miss Irene Nichols and Mrs George Weedman visited Miss Nichols parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Nichols, Monday. Misses Kathryn Cox and Mary Faust and Kirs. Joe Mounts motored to Osceola Saturday. : Mr. Hood of Jonesboro Visited in this vicinity last week'. Mr. Jim Crain was a Keiser visitor last w«ek. house m which' siie'was burn.' New York Cotton ' • NEW YORK, Nov. 19 (DP)-Cot- t(b--closed steady. •. Open High- Low Close Dte (new) 1080 1091 ' 1080 1089 Dec .'(old) 1080 1090 10SO : i088 Jan :(hew) 1100 HOB 109« 1107 Jan (Old) 1099 1108 Mar ..'... 112S 1138' 1126 1131 ; May .' 1155 11C5 1153 li60 July 117* 1181 1172 1180 ;0ck ,.... 1100 1199 1180 1196 Spots steady at 1100, New Orleans Cotton ' Open High Low Close .Dec 1083 1098 1083 1033 Jan 1098 1111 1098, 1110 Mar 1126 1140 1125 1135 May 1151 1166 1150 1162 :JU1 1170 1185 1170 1119 :'Oct '1190 1199 1189 1195b Spots steady at 1071. Mrs. T. W. night. Whittle, last Sundny Half-Moon* Mrs. J. W. Portlock and daughter, Lavanne, left Saturday for a visit with relatives at Three Rivere, Mich. T. C. Hawkins is recovering from a broken arm. Herschel Alexander, Jett Brown, Erwin Alexander attended to business at Blytheville Monday. Jim Bass was a visitor at Half Moon Monday. Mrs. B. F. Gay spent several days last week In Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Baskin and family are moving to Clarksville Ark. Mrs. Hilliard is visiting, her daughter, 'Mrs. W. L. Holland for a few weeks. N. J. Jones and B. R Gay attended to business in Blytheville Monday. Mrs. Erlie Shellon of Ekron vis- i ited her parents here TMday. WALK TO CEMETERY FATAL ROCHESTER;. N. Y. (UP)—A walk from his home to a cemetery for the purpose of purchasing a burial plot proved fatal to Lorenzo Hill, 103 ( Rochester's oldest resident. The man collapsed at the cemetery and died several days later In a hospital. The Bank* An ITo the editor:) I very jrtatly »p- nrerlnt.i your splendid Editorial of November nth on Uw front page of the Blytheville Cckirler-News. I think during' times like these w,j need to stop aiid think a bi,t about the future of our city and county, and not do the things that will Impede, -our piogre«. I bellev.? liat our banks here are in the beat mdltlon they have ever hsen, and we have nothing to fear, If we will mt keep on doing butlncis as UE- inl 'Just like Ihere had 'not Wn a jank failure In r. thousand years, am sure we can nl IcaU not tv- »«t the wild unfounded ruinor: hat are going tlw rounds en tl>e treets.' I think now is a good lime to thinking a method that will make Impossible a. bohk falliire. Our banking laws In the Stole of Arkansas should be changed not niy to protect live bonks but the depos-llbrs a < wull. And dnr|ng tho eccnt campaign I innde for rcpre sentative Mississippi County I sild i law should be passed which would require tlv: banka to be bonded by security bond* lo cover tlw do- p-cltors money. Then'If a'bank should fnll every depositor would x paid off 100 cents' on .the dollar in time. Some might cay that this method would work a hardship en the banks. Well! why should oil tho hradshlp rail,, ilwayi) does, upon the depositor? t .an\ aware of the fact that we might have less banks and that ttte exiiense of PAGE THRIVE Mrs. Dougan Says: i; Why Wear Imitations? Here's the Genuine ... operating & bonk would be greater, but the deposit! would be larger, and the people would have th» fullest confidence in the bnnkii TJMer a condition Ilka, thte .1 fee! sure our bantu would have more than twice the amonnt ot money they new have on deposit. 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