The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 18, 1936 · Page 3
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_ MONDAY, MAY 18, 1936 Bits ol' News Mostly Personal Mrs. Alice Womaek Is visiting In St. Louis for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Stevens and daughter, Mar.lorie, and Miss Corn l.ce Ciik'inan were in Memphis Satnrdny for HID Cotton Carnival. Mr. ami Mrs. Warren Jaekson Jpenl l-'riday In Jonesboro on bii;;l- iicsa and then drove lo Alicia, Ark., for a brief visit with Mrs. Jackson's uncle and aunt, Mr. mid Mis. John Arnold. I 1 Miss Ruby Ashley, of Steele.,! Is Hie Bii«l of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Ashley for a feu 1 days. She is a sister of Mr. Ashley. Aaron Nunnery, of Holland, !•; a patient at the Memphis Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, hospital. Bilbo Gilbert attended to business in, l.it:ie lM..'k Suumlay and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John llornberuer nnd son. John, of Slireveport, 1-a., were guests of Mrs. J. n. Fisher and family Friday, befnre i;oln;; to Memphis for a visit, with relatives. Fred Sandefur loft Saturday night for Chicago to do fall bnyine. Dr. nnd Mrs. .). A. Raliba and family have moved lo Iheir nev,- home on Kenlnrky avenue, which they have remodeled. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. llemy and Mrs. C. I,. Daniel, of Cornins. Ark., nnd Mrs. Thomas lihan. of Uoiitdor, Colo., were guesls of Mrs T. .]. Crowder nnd family riday. They ciime over especially to be with their niece and corsln, Ml;a I,nnra Crowder. whose marriage lo liandolpli King, of Jaekson. Tcnn., will lake place Saturday. Dr. C. I!. Liinsfonl Is ill at his home on West Main streel, I Mrs. Ilimin Wylie and daugh-1 ter. Heard, lias returned from a| visit in points of Mississippi. i Sid Webb left toilav after a brief visit with his brother, Jesse H. Wel>t>, and Mrs. Webb. They accompanied him lo Memphis where they will spend a short time before he returns to his home In Haton Koii|;e, La. Mr. and Mrs. David Marion Barton, of Nciv Madrid. Mo., spent the week-end with Mrs. Hartcn's parents. Mr. and Mrs. \V. M. Burns Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rul- ledee, of Jonesboro. spent' yesterday with Mr. Rrtlcdgc's mother, Mrs. Eiila Rnlledfc'e. Er. and Mrs. Paul I... Tipton had ns their guests for the weekend, Mr. and Mrs. Lytnvood Rogers, Gf Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Iloejgcn of St. Louis, Mrs. Henry Archie, and Mrs. Frank Webb spent the week-end in Little Rock. W. M.' fjcriiBs's was in Memphis for the .weekend. •* ••• ' '-•. Mrs.. Allan Wallon returned last, light from several days spent in' Memphis with her daughter, Mrs. Herry H. Brooks, and family, before they leave tomorrow for California to spend the summer. JitilBC G. E. Keek and 11. G, 1'urtlow. court reporter, will no lo llarrsiburg tomorrow lot 1 circuit cent. U. Ij. liradon, of Hayll, Mo., Is a patient at the Memphis Eye, linr. Nose and Throat hospita. Mrs. Uotert Cantrell, of Hayll, hits been admitted to the St. Joseph's hospital. Memphis. 13r. J. R. Chapman, of Steele. Tlie Editor's Lclter Box 1 mills MclhoiMst Sl.uid tin- Kclilor:) want lo hollo amen to the i!n! our Meiho:li;t people ot hoist- racir.i; and ivhirkcy Inns. We liaiiiMs. 'l,uv;> done the same "i. x. 11. viiiipmuu, 01 bieeie.; l! ' i: . - il tn:1 i ' aiu ;iml '"""'I' was taken to Hie Memphis Melh- I " ! '"' tlil;iji oitist hospital. I r>c "-' 1 "'till'..11 i'1'.d c:|i-i:ilinu li'l.'mls. if v:e i wo yrcat nriiis o( Clirl-ilan sohllcis will imuch s'de lo thv L:\ttle front, we Mrs. l.enti niul Mrs! \viii-- e ' m ! llil " sl «u I" chcse Cod _nLYl'irBVfLLB. (AUK.) COURIER NEWS people I'vlls. side in taken to flslil these will be ;i tui'fi' for nil stuiul side by i) K . dtvll mid 1)1- U lUlli'.li OVl'l V 10 li" , of !• of lllyllicvllle this , i Midi, bli- Mr. nml Mrs. John 1'. Ix?ntt were in Mempliis Eatnrday ns . tucsts of Mr. and Mis. J. A. Wat-! v uitv | t!11J ' l " ( ' l 'viis. Ucn't vote for niiyi to spend n week I""' 1 «•'•' ll1 " <'<>* Kay Sat- C-'kla., yesterday with Mrs. l.cnli's I.eimn. and Mrs. l.emni. Mr. nnd Mrs. (;, C. Wood l:i Memphis Saturday. Mm. Lloyd V. Wist: spent unlay In Memphis. Marion Gray, Kills Snl|>e.s. find Miss Martini Cliiimbers, of Mem- lihis, were quests of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Cray and Mr. mul Mrs. II. L. Chambers for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hainey :ind Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ruiulit will S!o In Jone.sboro lonl|>tit for the urailiiatlnn exercises of Arkansas Stale en!lei;e. Preston Rniney .and Uelhany Pauglit. Ilieir sons, 'and Clyde MeColinell, of •Burdeltc. are members of the funuliinllng class, is president of the. class. To Hie Mrrcl <Ti> llle edllol The merelia,Vl.s of Know more ulnnn (heir own business than any oilier business. The mnrlmnt.s of lilyilievlHe bk> i Uiink mure of ihelr own business dm u any wlier business. The nu-ivlunil.s know that, n IniTi- vuhime ol money hi clrcu-1 jj n Iniioii In a community means good! \VILVI -i \VI::,( "ili-aued. Thi'rc mti ; -,i be method. In >elf-de!cnse mm who loves Ills own 'HUM lend n lielpliiK hinid. t'"ttiiM'iitl Plan is [he only •:"!v Hie American peophi hiii even makes a pretense his aiul without one penny ' nmu'iit luiuls. Wlihoiit i'.s .shnlkir we ure a closed I-iv, n.^riid Plan ivntild don- trade of every merchant. dincist, .shopmiin. nnd don- kani's of every working Hlylhevlllf. Mr. Merchant, 11 you not for Hie Towii- .m? i". the Towntend I'lmi. DomoiislnHmn (!l«il)N<5\vs Moles to llu Klnti'S, thiiujs. H Is In-' Hint we. linve a i ixiwvrfiil slroiii; or.;;inl/ed force who ai!v.)Ciil(s ihe--? evils. They t'Mf.L uf (heir slrcii!;!h. Tiicy they can i-hct or :<le- iua»:i'.« ol Die know of Ihe United Adttx-uie tiiich! " Ul . u ' y "' s i )l ' :i11 whli-li means p;mr |!nislni-s.s. NO mereluint oi Dlylhc'- ville u-lslu-s (o M',> (|,|. s condition exist. Then why not help rem- <<ly (he .',11111111011. \\'cre il not for ijovernmenl fl'i'iHliiHi today your trmle would lent iinytine 'from Ihe prpsiilenl ll ' y ""- '""' u>lu)I '' niiiinclnl sel- c-n down. ']'i, ( , y |, (|; , S |, ()( ii, L 'ir lll l> w'-'iild cullniisi-. mid W1U . would ' ' million voters who they .say ™. Ml ° «>»*<iuenee. liuL Moseley I'hili. \Ve<!iiestliiy iiflcrnoon liulleti ni Ihe Moseley llonn- Makers flub fonUnncd work on the Inteilur oi Hub hi/use wliteli Is rnplilly lie- comlnii mi iilti'HL'tlfi! mectliii' ! place, The roll i-nll was nnswcrcd wiih ways ol' uslnif It'll over tibi-uu jdouiih nnd an InU-restliu: di:nis- I .'Ion followed, 1 Next WcihH'sdny Chere will I K > ju ciiiiiilni! di'iiiouslrallon In Mt^. Kennedy's lioine. Mh:s Divilcn, IIIIIK- deinonslrallon ni'enl." will' meel \vlUi Ihe club. will turn th<- (kk- u, ol > from any ciindidaie tin president. They ass .Mich fuviM-:; as Ihry wiult from the president sayia:;. "\Ve elected j.\i:u .mi'! v.-c can defeat yon." i Now bivlhi'iii and Cliriiitian I'ririKis, tliey canniil do that Ifj Ihe IlKptisls. Ihe Melliodists Ilii> PiT.slyierhns «!]i V o'.e and work to end these things, If nielli siiendiii'.; h c'.UTled on with borrowed funds. w ec inereashu! Mm debl buideii Hi,. ,.,,,| () f which will Miivly come. THEN WHAT. The Miufrmneni today Is [ilnn- less so far a.s uny method for Im-ukini! the depression, and re- 1UU[ • slorlnjs prosperity Is eomvined. and now ufi, T sev ,, n y C]lrS| awfe people are living from 'ijoveriiiiient Alaliaina Not So \)iv IN'llllAM. Ala, illl'l '...|n Aliibaina. where iilcohollc, I "i line per ecu! alcohol hailed, Ilierc ure JIDO rc- •••kv dealers, M! beer deal- uholi'.iMle liquor dealers whiili'salo Iner dealel:;. The are from thi- dc|iinlnien1, i n-il reveinu-. .MlMI'.OCltAI'IUMl IIDKINICWI .^ I'OI.I'I'ICAI, i,irrrniis A HI'I-XMAI.TY \Vork neat, ohea]i t Veterans Service All Kinds lllnnk Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Shaver have returned from' Hot Springs, where they spent several weeks. Miss Velum Crnlton and Mte Prances IliiSimmi, of Mi'mphi.s, i|:3iit tlie weekend with MLss Crafton's mollier iii^l family. Mr. and Mrs. j. Nick Thomas jr.. of Memphis, motored lip for tlie weekend as guests ol Mr. Thomas' parents. Gordon Elamey. who has been ill -sU weeks, is now convalescing. Mines. W. .). Pollard, Harry \V. Ilaines. Everett B. Gee and W. yi::- will tiro if von me ClnlMi.in ami follower of Christ. Oil. they say prohllrilion Inw don't slO]> tlie whiskey traltie. No. it lakes ollleers lo do that, nml tlin!. is \vli.v 1 say we should elect ollieers that will enforce. these Irnvs. Yes. wo have laws proliibitii:.;; murder and robbery, but these laws drin't slop them. Then why slnijlc out Ihe whiskey law. cryint; it's a failure and abolish it? If you arc yoins; to abolish this law. why lint abolish the ether laws tcoV ,hlst abolish lire propiTlyless and have no col- | lulernl. The country is nlreadyi inartgneed lo !!<» nm nnd can't, l-i«l.v "Much Afli-r Alllicusll they may bo live ami npraieiitly in i;ood heal- Ih. many ivotncn. at ceKuin limes, will do well lo lake Cardiii. Mrs.! F. T. I'o.'U'r. of Grcensbnn;. Ky.. | writes lhat slie bus "derived great. benefit" from cardul. ! "Jicforc lakliiB Cardnl. I iviisj weak and extremely nervous, nnd I T Harriett and MLss Martha Win- ' '"'• cUlor l!iws U;()V -'"s 1 abolish lvel 'k and cxlremely nervous, and bum accompanied (he Bolters to j " lcm fll1 anii ^ T<> l):ll:1; to Hi'' sll(rcl ' (>l1 fl ' lm ' sleeplessness. Tliis Jonesboro yesterday for the Jones-! Kl< "° nsc " Kln - when! lliey would I " 1<lt ' <> '»<-' lire«l and «-orn in day- loro-lilytheville tournament l;iil l '- lch teller's children and | "'»«'• My biu-k. nehwl eonllnrally. eat thdii. ncing an active woman. I did Manila High Freshmen Attend Cotton Carnival Tli2 freshman ela.^s of Manila liii^li school nUenricd tho I Ihiniis. I Cotton Carnival at Memphis Sat-1 Christian. There i:; no wonder why we have so many, skeptics and in- lidel.-; in our land. People who claim lo be followers of Christ, will 8" and vole for a man whom they know will advocale such say God pitv such In the judgment some to them, know ye Is in-day. The members were :ie-! one will hear God' .s-iy ccimumicd by Misses Carolyn | '"Uepart from here I IFnlcy and Lillian Shaver, of this not." city, who tcncli there. I Christian friends, the line ; I beinn <ha«-n nnd you are Boimr Aiioul -to. per cent of Germany's, lo have to lake one «i(!c or the forciBii obliijutions Ls held in ,Ihc I other. Whieh .side are von B oin 3 United suites, the remainder be-' lo take, the devil's 6r God's?. I inn distributed among several Now I want to say amen once c °""t'-'re. , ' mere for thc stand our Methodist' not want to ccnllniie In this condition. Having heiird a Kieat deal about Cardui, 1 found, alter just !-i few bellies. 1 was much relieved. I continued Inking Cardul and was so nn-'.h belped." Of coiiise. if Cardui does not benefit YOU, cons'.ill a physician. —Adv. 2CIIM NOTiClO The follmviiij; denial oflices will lie c!os«l every Thursday afternoon during the summer. Drs.' lli-cmr, "(iliild, Jlnore ' and Taylor PAGE THREE ,1ll : \ Mjlt.lf rrj.jy H'lVA f Jlu- t-f hj.l H'llti 1JU* litr Mrttli-Mutvr, f liadc in 1927, pnxluctioti of Maying casi-aliiiiilniuii uaslKrapaiSul ihc million mark. tJiviu-M of llic first fast-aluminum .lytass CVIT luiilt trill (jet (icjuvulalilc urvirc from them. No woiulcr a Mnylau provUca loner cost washijius for more years. No wonder more women me . Maj'Ln;^ limn any other uaihcr. >J tlivn a Maylnu on easy |ia)-incnts', Seo lie new Mayiiijj Itcncr. ;1. I*. CEKSAU'IS CO., .INC. lil.vdiL'villo, Ark. Barnes 1 Quality Cleaning Summer doUiin<r .soils .easily mill dtiniitf Uio Miiininc.!- you iin'-piro fn-cly/. . . Inil Hint's mi I'i'n.siiii why you .sliiiuliln't life cool anil IVi(slt »!, nl} tinius. Solid ymir siiiuinor ck'tininjc ID P>:iriU'K l'ro BARNES' Nil- WA CLEANERS •Ptibne 180 Camel's Aid to Digestion...ihe Increase in Allcalinit)- ...Confirmed by Science 1 lurry, worry, and noise tend to slou' ihn-it ilie flow of thc digestive fluids. Scientists iiuve found that smoking Catneis cnruur- aj;cs lliu norrmil l]ow of digestive fluids ...alkaline digestive fluids...so necessary to (he enjoyment of food and for good digestion. Smoke Cr.mcls...for their cheering "lift"...for digestion's sake. Dining ile Luxe at llic Pierre in New York What will you linvc? Perhaps Jl<mth I'olo- iniisr, Supreme of I lalibut i) 1,1 Kmrr, an ice with ilemi-lnsic and —Camels. Camels arc a p.irt of (he art of<Iiring today. M. Bonandi, banquet manager of (be Pierre, siys: "Camels arc most popular here." 1 "MY MEALS wouldn't be complete, without a Camel," says ll.J. Herbert, busy store manajjcr. "I haven't ranch time for eating or resting. I've found ilut Camels suniuhtc good digestion-help my food to settle right. Man, what a taste Camels have." GEORGE REIS ophy won the famous Gold Cup steady oft and race three slruk smoker," lie says, "take a ('.imcl as A.SPEAR,cnpincrroftlicC^N.\V. "'100," says: "1 light up a Camel after meals. It nukustligcition easier." AERIALIST Mile. Vcra Kimris says: "I welcome ihc w,]) p Camels licl|> liigcsuon acid good feeling." en as 1 like.. 1 c.it heartily, smoke Camels, njoy good digestion.' 0 Camels arc made from liner, MORE EXPENSIVE TOBACCOS-Turkish and Domestic—lhanony other popular brand. .twins, tlitl y' say?"says Mrs. Sweeney. "Sure now, nnd ivhni do y' know about It's easy lo Bee llial Mrs. SuToney irt.a busy woman. 1'robably llnil's why she e.v- [n-c!s so much of her telephone: Tim lalcsl news oC her nieces nnd nephews, for ejtaniplc. Calls thai are bolh faal .-mil clear. And, once a month, a telephone bill lhat sliecxpecls lobe reasonable, Thc job of ibe men and women wlio work for lliis company 13 to give Mrs. Sweeney thc sort of tele, phone service she expects. This means much more than just operating switchboards, or keeping lines in repair. It means getting ready—sometimes far ahead—to meet problems as ihey come up.' Il means doing tbc daily job n little heller all ibc lime.' A fortunate tliingitliaslieeu for Mrs. Sweeney that these men and women who iiiaiin- faclure her telephone calls have behind llieiu the advice and helpof the American Telephone and Telegraph Co. staff—lli« scientific re- Bcm-di of Hell Laboratories —Ihc r.killfnl buying and manufacturing of Western Electric. Mrs. Sweeney may sclilom give lliesc organizalions a thought. Yet— \ "Twins, did y' say?" sho beams inlo her telephone! And with every call she makes, she benefits from the work ihcy have done. For nol only Iiavo they helped make her calls faster, clearer' and belter. In the face of the growing complexity of (he telephone system, they have helped this company bold the cosl down to apricci elic is willing and able to pay^ SOUTHWESTERN BUI TELEPHONE COMPANY LI:

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