The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 25, 1930 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1030 BLYTHEVILLE,(ARK.y COURIER-NEWS PARENTS DECIDE Mix-Up Or Not, Bamberg- ers and Watkins Will Keep the Ones They Have. CHICAGO, July 25. «P>— The Bambcrger-Wntkins baby inlx-nj; finally was straightened oul today by the decision ol the distracted parents to keep the babies. A Jur> of experts advised them to trade. After the learned scientists concluded yesterday that the two families had the wrong babies Mr. and -Mrs. Charles Bambergcr and Mr and Mrs. William Walklns met se creily with family physicians las night. When the session, wns over tin Bainbergers and the Walsons wen home relieved and happy with til infants they thought were nnxe when the name "Bamberger" ;va found more than a week ago o adhesive tape stuck to the bab the Watkins had broufht horn from the hospital. Both babie were born June 30 at the Engle wood hospital. Were These Babies Given to Wrong Mothers? Steele Society—Personal Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Brooks spent Sunday with relatives at Caruth- crsvllle. Mr. and Mrs. Charles* Neeley of Caruuthcrsvllle spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Neeley. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Nelson and family returned Monday from an extender! visit in Oxley, Mo Mrs. J. R. Morgan and son Harry guest this we Talkington. Dick Plummer and the of St. Louis. Misses Evelyn Blggart, Mnttlc Hol- in.worth and Pauline Carter left Sunday for Big Springs to be gone ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hastings and family visited the former's parents on the bayou Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Beckham were shopping in Memphis Friday. W. T. Bailey returned Sunday from Memphis after undergoing an operation for hemtnorhage oJ the stomach about two weeks ago at the Methodist hospital. Mr. Bailey is improving rapidly and is able to be up a little. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. DelisJe and small daughter Bettie tpent Sunday with Mrs. Delisle's mother a Portagcvllle. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ryall and daughter Lucille returned lati Thursday from Nettleton, Term after spending a few days with rel atives. Misses Mildred, Migninu and Helen Vick, Mildred Overturf Kuth and Kathleen Harper motored to Blytheville Sunday. W. F. Sanford returned Tuesday from Ft. Bcnning, Ga., where he hns been visiting his wife who is employed there. David Crockett and Otho May m-.tored to Reel Foot Lake, Tenn., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Barr and daughter Gloria, of Chicago, 111., are visiting with the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Goggans this week. Ellis Koury and mother of Wardell and Mrs. Simmons of Cooler spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. N. Koury oi this city. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Workman and family spent Sunday with relative." in Portageville. Mr. and Mrs. Sims Michie were Taxi Fares Cut TOKYO. (Ui>) -DrcMHso of bllil- . lew depression hitllnu so seriously I lere, some o( 12.3CO Tokyo tuxl- ,\ cab drivers liavc been compelled in il laul llieli 1 passengers for :> ilclr ' around the city ill 10 sen eiicli. Al- Iliouiih lliesc so-failed "One-Yen- I Taxi" drivers could get one yen i I eiiMiy lor u ilrivo aronnd the city it before. It now srcms to t;o dllluniit. I and passengers puyin;; 50 or 70 sen >rding lo the ivporl In Jap.iii-jsi.' il papers. '' They're Hunting Ore C01.UMUUS, Kas <Ul'l—A 6 well may be u yas well lo oil II'. 1 workers of Kansas and Okl.il'.oma, i| bm here In tin* lu'.Kl ar.:l /iuc dls- 'cicl Us only .1 lv>lo 111 tile ground. Ju a quest fur lend ami I'M- velivi. whii'lt blew iiirbi ami s'.onc-, iruni ' tlic hulc. K'ol uUeri'Mt'il, ilu 1 o\vp.er fciii'l the fuel would be cased oflj ar.:l drtlliui; for ore would continue, i Ha-Useless To Pay More And Risky To Pay Less '/i Pound fuddle Liplon or Minaret . 19c si ri:u HUSIIICL \VHI:AT ATHENS, Ga. iUl'J-Cw dollar per bushel was the juice bum 1 .. by f^!e of l!ic first wlie.it of the ! | year hero. SALT, lilb.Pkg., 2 For 5c Are these babies with their right mothers? That's the question that has caused Chicago hospital uthorities, scientists and parents so much worry Mnrc the mixup of the infants shortly after their lirth. Mrs. William Watkins, right, and Mrs. Charles Bamberger, left, each had a baby born to Iwm at the same hcsptlal within a few hours time. Everyone was happy until Mr. Watkins decided o take a hand in bathing his new son and noticed a label on the child's back with the name "Bam- serger" on it. A similar label bearing the name "Watkins" was found in the Damberg.jr home. But after having the babies for 10 days neither mother wanted to give them up. MILK Cation ° ^ 3 Tall or 6 Small 25c PEP BRAN """Age | SYRUP visiting in Cooler Wednesday. Mrs. Jannie Phillips has as her guest this week Mrs. Allie Hughes D. I. Clark and childrden accompanied Mrs. Clark to Vendale, Ark., Sunday where she will spend two ^eeks. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hartley had for Ml. Vcrnon to spend several weeks for her health. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hoyt Carter have as their guests this week Mr. and Mrs. Raymcn Holmes of Si. Louis. Little Billie Matthews spent last week end with his mother Mrs. Jewel Matthews at Manila. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hamra have as their guest Sunday Mr. and Mrs. I as their guests Mrs. Kamalin Dixie Crawford of Blytheville. Hamra and daughter nnd Miss Miss Frankie Spencer spent Sun-1 Freda Hamra of Fulton, Ky. day with Mrs. F. E. Waters Cooler. Mr. and Mrs. Ecu Braderick nnd Mr. and Mrs. Willie Braderick rex)ter, % . i ivii . uiiu ivLia. ^Yinii: ijiuuv.1 n-i* iv- :>Luj ; .tr \suie uiKtmi; LU bet uuu Mrs. Hilda Green Zahner spent I turned Monday from a visit in Bee i; (rain had stopped because of . last week end with her cousin Miss 1 be, Ark., with relatives. Big Rail Collision But Only Robin's Eggs Broken HUGOTON, Kans. (UP)— J. L Hodges, veteran engineer of the Kansas-Oklahoma railroad whlcl boasls 22 miles and one engine slopped his train at a station, peered at a robin's nest built on the engine and wondered when eggs would hatch. Officials of the road in a inoto scooter were unable to see that th the WESSON OIL, Pt. 25c SALAD DRESSING ,.„ 25c \ TOMATO PASTE 5 t.5c EAL. 241b.Sack55c SUGAR 10-1,1) Limil with othur GrocuriCH .49c Inez Still of Gibson. Mis Hazel Mullins of Cooler was shopping at local stores Wednesday. Miss Velma Schrader who has been very ill is able to be up some now. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Yarbrough died Wcd- scvere attack of ncsday after a colitis. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Richardson and son .1. D. of Blytheville were guests of Mr. and Mrs.. T. E. Nelson' Wednesday. Mrs. R. M. Farris was taken to the Blytheville hospital Wednesday afternoon for a minor opera' tion. Her many friends hope that she will be at home soon. Mrs. T. C. Bcasley and daughter Maud Alice and son Joe left Wednesday for a visit with relatives in St. Louis. : Mrs. 'Ed Crice of Cooler was shopping here Thursday. Fritz Whitner of Flint, Michigan, arrived Monday tor a visit with friends. Mrs. O. Shonyo of Blytheville and her aunt of Texas were guests of Mrs. M. A. Br.llentine Wednesday. Miss Kitha Cresl iiad as her guesls Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Carl Allen and daughter Sue of Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kelley spc'^ Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John McArtimr al Caruthersville. Airs. Chas. Simpson of Paragoulci Ark., was called lo this city Wednesday by the serious illness of her mother Mrs. M. A. Ballentine. Mesdames Charles Bates. Jack Rushing and Ed Crice spent Thursday with the laltcr's daughter Carolyn. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smith of Hutn- bolt, Tenn., are visiting relatives here this week. J. L. German' transacted business in Caruthersville Wednesday. Company A. 140th Infantry Iccnl company of guardsmen under the command of Sapt. Merviii Wells will leave by sp2Cial train August 2, for their annual 15 day encampment at Camp Clark near Nevada, Mo. Elwcod Brown, Vernon Bishop and tlie Misses Ruby Speiicer and Clara Mae Sloan were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clrarlton J. Crane jr. at Biytheville Wednesday ever heavy weeds overhanging the track and hit the engine head-on. The only casualties were the rogin's egqs which were thrown from the ITE CREAM 23cISODA 6.FOR 25c engine by the impacl. Young Sculptor Gets Order After Bust of Pope VATICAN CITY. (UP)—So pleased was the Pope with a clay bust of himself made by the young Hainan sculptor Guarino Rosciolifrom photographs that he requested the artist to complete his work lor some sittings, and finally ordered J a copy of the bust in marble. This ' will ba placed in the Palace of the Governor of Vatican City. The fortunate young sculplor has received orders for further busls as a result of the Pope's approval of his work. Mrs. Ruby Owens left last week I livery. FAST l.EUVERV MIAMI. Fla. (UP) —Copies of the Miami Daily Herald are delivered In Port au"Prince. Haiti, less than 12 hours after Ihey are printed. Airplanes inr.ke the 1.030 mile cie- UNUSUAL GARDEN" i UNION. Ir.d. CUP)—Mrs. Joseph Sims claims the niosl unusual garden in Indiana. Several weeks a?o . she reported discovering a. plant j in licr nardcn which bore potatoes on Hie roots and tomatoes and potatoes on the vines. Now she displaying a cabbage pla: from her garden which bears seven I cabbage heads, small but well de-1 veloped on one stalk. i CHUM SALMON, 2 For 25c Quart Jar 25c Ib. '17Jc w she LI .in tnkcn ! i ^ $5 BIG USED Car Begins Tomorrow, y This is your opportunity to o«'n a (1< "Odd iiutomohilc on practically your own Icrms. Dunne davs we'will sell fifty Used Cars on the unusual lime payment plan "Sa.OO Down and Sn.Ot) I or ttcc. Under this plan Excry Used Car and Truck in out-stock will be offered, each car ^ylll be priced AT COS us a vear's fire and {heft insurance will be available and the price of each car will be plainly displayed the next ten Per Week." to on California Jumbo talk lOc fM "™,,r" Pound 6c Fresh Elherlas Nice and lli»e the windshield. Ford, Dodge, Whippet, Chevrolet, Essex, Buick, Etc., Roadsters, Touring Cars, Sedans, Coupes, Trucks TO THE HOUSEWIFE: This suucia! sale should appeal lo you. When your husband has (he car at hi.s office or place of work, you should have a car for your own use. You can buy it from saving from house money. The car will enable you to purchase foodstuffs where you can save the t-osl of the car. TO BUSINESS WOMEN: Why deny yourself the convenience and real enjoyment of an iiuloniobile. This special sale is offered lo enable you' to own a ear wifh practically no cash payment—yon pay for the car out of your income on the basis of "55.00 Down and S5.00 1'cr Week." TO FVKRYIiODY- Onlv false pride will Ucep you from geltini; a wood used car under (his "S.i.OO Down and SSOo'l'er Week" plan.' Remember: Every car on the street is a used car and the only difference is that Ihi; one you get from us will be cheaper and you won't miss the money you pay on (he car tinder this plan. MAKE YOUR SELECTION EAKLY TOMORROW, KUZ1UY, -il'LY 25th PHONE Sll-810-777—Ol'EX EVERY NIGHT Phillips Motor Co, I PORK SAUSAGE ^^ c Ib. 15c SgM^IgJ^J^J^_] b: - 15c LAMB CHOPS K. c. u, 35c 1 LAMB STEW K.^JSc LAMB SHOULDER K £;30c OJRfflHAM BEEF ROAST K.c.u> BAKED HAM, Ib. •Send .t label from a can of Kr.de Malt to Kaplf. Malt Extract On.. Memphis nnd receive King X?.ls ^cil Time story booh . free. PiG LIVER S'ouml 15c CALF LIVER Pound 30c NECK BONE Pound IOC 9 Pound OC ilack Hawk, .Ib. 25c SALT MEAT £-£i±, Pound FRESH MEAT LOAF,. Ib. 205?

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