The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 21, 1936 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

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Thursday, May 21, 1936
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EIGHT .County Has Only One Prisoner.in Jail Here , *vThe 'rosier" of the county jail ,herc today shows the smallest numUi of Brlsojjeis in lno yeais "Only Avc prisoners are Incarcerated and of the group four nre federal prisoners and consequently }Tay their own way us far as Ihe county Is concerned, the federal foveimnem compensating Sheriff .Clarence H Wtlson for their keep - George •"Buddy'' Summer.'; 'charged with the munler of Mrs Euln Wlhon, Is the only county uroonei held here today. In Summers the sheriff Is practically assured of a steady "boarder"'until the grand Jury convenes In Oq- tpbcr. - Several weeks ago the county Jall-nt Osciola, fpr the southern -district of Mississippi county, was empty for n time and the Jnil 'doors swung open. , (ARK.) CODBIEH NEWS Quintuplets Prepare ForTheir Second , Helena Plowliand Finds "£-', Coin Over Century Old 1.'HELENA. Ark,—A iie^o farm liiand plowing recently on the Old yspwlc Place, first, fanned by Ihe *Binvte family of Howie knife fume ton the old I.ittlc Hock road, not- JEed a bright bit of metal turned •up by the ulow. Z^lt was found lo be a coin about tUic sire of n dime, but distinctly ^Mtfferent from the dimes minted Today. It was a picayune, minted 5in 1835. ^The date was fj|ll almost as iPfifect ns UK ilny Die coin was M:i!nted 2P'J showed no signs of '•.wjar. On one side was the date, ;I835, an<l on the other the value, ,'&\e cents »>^H was called a picayune, from •the old Spanish coin of the same Size, widely used in Louisiana and ,c|!icr states More Difficult Than Balancing the Budget THURSDAY, MAY_21.J936 Proves He Wasn't Drunk 1™ A Produced statements from When He Drove Over Curbl'WS ^'^S tffe. when he drove his car up over • A Femfccot county. Mo resident * llc cm ' b 0!l a street' ••--•• "„ '..".;-business section, who lives near Cooler, was cleared j''' o: a charge of public 'drunkenness C near the *>y Municipal Judge Doyle Henderson this morning after he had offered evidence to show that the cwidl ton -in which police found him here Monday night was not the. result 'of Intoxication but of a peculiar type of Illness ' ' The Mlssourtan stated thai he is subject to pel-foils of illness, which Develop suddenly, when he is without control of his senses Courier^ N'ews Classified Ads Pay. WELDING ELECTING & ACETYLENE fKO.MPT SEIIVICU REASONABLE PRICKS Barksdale Mfg. Co. ^ Holland News I^Mr. and Mrs. Roy Edwards en- •tertaliicd 27 small guests Saturday -nflcmoon nl n blrltiday pnrty for Their son nnd daughter, Paul, 5 jiilid Mary'Frances. 3. »">Mr. and Mrs. s, Lester, of Pop- i)a"r Bluil, xlsiled Mr. and Mrs. Joe ^Ijsster over the u-eck end. *~ .Mrs. Maggie Fisher nnd son, Jim -}mve returned from n visit will Jvfrs Fisher's daughter, Mrs. Walter woodnrd, of Zelmn, Mo., who accompanied them 'home. Ott Samford, who has been quite ill for several days, Is Improving Mrs. A. w. Jordan ami Mrs. p. P. McCutchen of Stcele and Mrs Vcra Kifcr were guests of Mrs. Dun Perils nt Lcpanto, Ark., last Thursday. Mrs G. M; Cohoon and children, Jlmmle and Jewel Diiui. ol Chaffee, MO.,- nre -spending lliis v.eck with Mr. and Mrs. p. a. Morgan. --Ill .' . •' - - ;,. ,.._Ernest Borrfiigpr spent Saturday and Sunday in St. Louis ivltii his wife, nho returned with him for n visit with Mr. nnd Mrs. M ,B Bailey. .' : • ,, ' -Mrs w O Pounds nnd Mrs. Jua- nltn. Hendrix , and children, of BoothEDoint, Tenn:, are spcndlm spending this week with Mr. nnd Mrs. Garvln Wilson. . ' • Mrs Virgil utley drove to Mnrs- ton Sunday with her-sister, Mtss Dorothy Oakley, who has been attending school-at Cooler. .Mrs. Byron Holly has returned from the Methodist Siospltal, Memphis, nhcre she was under treatment for a few days. Mr and Mrs. Ira ,Znhner, Mrs. Mary Alice \Vprkinan and Alice' Webb were in cap> Olrnrdeau Wednesday on business. Mrs John Azlbll and Mrs. T1H- ma Thompson attended the Cotton Carnival at Memphis Saturday Mrs Ruby Ancel, of SiJceston is the guest this week of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. w. B. stay ton Charles Walker returned Sunday from the Blythevills hospital, where he was treated for a stomach ailment, for two weeks. He is grnd- ualllv improving. Miss Haysl Ccfnoon, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Cohoon. who has ccmp.e.ixl three years work at _6tale Teachers college. Cape Oi- rardeau, i, spending her summer vacation with her parents. Read courier News uiassincd Ma I CAR SQUEAKS~ Cost money and suggest, carelessness, and— We kiiQjy that you arc- not earless. Nor arc we— Let us Lubricate" your car today for it' will prevent repair bills— And add to your motoring enjoyment. PHILLIPS Service Center Phones 777 - 810 W. J. Wunderlich, Mgr Sucli a.fitio sensc''bt halance does Jennie Caputb, of the Mai llonal Turners, NoiWrk, N. 3\ linvc that she probably could 1)C uscU in Washington to holt) flx tho budget Miss C.iputo ,was practiclin; during the flnal American O)>n>!)lc women's gjmnastic tiiouts in Pliiladel- nhla \vhen this pidiire. was, Inkcn. Pawheen The Editor's Letter Box school closed pri- Drogram The radish harvest Is.over In this community, cotton chopping Is opening nj>. Sen Ices are being held again at the Tin Top church Miss Clevn Ailon ha ^returned Home from tnc berry fields Mrs Ethel Tomllnson ts visiting in Bljthevllle tliU week Miss Addle Rinsom of Pdwhecii and Mrs Agnes Ransom, of cirn- '.ay were the o\erntgiH guests rc- cntly in the home of Mrs Ellgh B A Siioemnke, who has the nuimps, Is Improving. ifzola and Elmer :cude have bceli doing a.good deal of school group photography recently. "-;-..• ' Mrs. Jewell Berry,-of poplar Corner, Is slswly recovering from n four .weeks Illness. Johnny Cude and 'nls father drove to Paragould last Sntuixlay and had dinner with Johii Hoe .Imogcnc ward has .recovered rrom nil attack of appendicitis Mrs w. W. Obbards and her nvcjrilldrcn, of Marmaduke, spent !«"._ Hot Springs 'Iami's Air Mill Ilooins PASADEIjA, C:U (UP) -i|i e cits'i increasing ah-mail consciousness recentls cslnblLshed n . * recoid of 134' pounds 13 ounces of nlr mall In one day 'l he postirm.ster estimated Ihu numbei of nh mail letters at 5- the past week will, Hfrs Board's brother E E Sliocnmke, and fam- Klddles While Home Hums DAllTMOUTII, N. S. (UP)—Bill Biyajit n<wie<l nhllc his homo binned He became so engrossed In hK nluslc thai he didn't notlto his lipux, had caught (he until neighbors,•> rushed in ivml • dragged him mil. Urynnl saved only his fiddle One Krishna devotee of imt'in follows the Bicctic practice of nalk- ing on 'his right heel. Warning to Infidels ITr> the editor:] , ' In regard to the letter I wrote several days ago: Several of the ignorant Infidels el this city lock the letter very seriously. When I throw at n gnng of dogs I always know the one I hit by his hollo. It Is the siune way with. Infidels. I have already dts- fovcrwl, very cnslly, the one I hit the hardest by his hollo I always despise to hear 'anyone curse (he Bible anil make it me people do. Not — us inc. Oh no, but because it -only Injures himself anil lo think Hint the poor fgnor- ••it tiling doesn't know It, my heart, onil with nil my mind and witii nil my soul. Some day 1 will change (he old nigged cross fcr n crown. This world Is merely a dressing room for us, and praise His Holy name, my robe Is ready. Let's take a. look at the following verses of Jucle: 4—"For there . are certain men "r e ','i i'" ""!" VIII ' C ' w ".° wci;e before to.this condcmna- knew idts, how that the Lord having saved the people out of the hind of Egypt, afterward destroyed them that believed not" 10—"Hut these speak evil of those things which they know not: But what they know naturally, as brute beasts, in those things theji corrupt themselves." n—"Woe unto them! for they have gone in the way of Cain ' and ran Bimilly after the error j of Balaam for reward, and perished In the gainsaying .of Core" I 18—"How that they told you there should be mockers In the last time, who should walk after their own ungodly lusts." I 19—"These be they who separate themselves, sensual, having not the Sjilrit." , My |>ooi- unbelieving friends, I nnd relatives who will search Heaven for "you, but will not be able to.Jlnil you? j If you are an unbeliever get right with God right now. Do not wait until tomorrow, because you can never (ell what tomorrow will bring for you. Umlizzia Thompson. Crescent Night Club DANCE EVERY NIGHT TO THE MUSIC 01'' ' - Johnny Pay and His Orchestra Nine Pieces - - Duoct Fiom St Louis ^^ . ; Cover Charge Only— :^f :'. . ,00c Thursday and Friday ; '.; eoc Saturday nnd Sunday TRY OUR PIT BARKECUE TASTY SANDWICHES . eigai'cltos §1,25 Carton On Highway 81, 4 Miles North of Stnto Line at Holland llcaufirully Dtcptaied Club in Southeast Missouri Hubert Utley, Proprietor All lead Inj brands of Iker, Wines," Whls- k ejs and Cor- dlah. upwithYOOfH 7 a/rA, Arkansas* cold uiater inthe Lakes m B c.o ness and denying the only Lord Ocd and om-.Lord Jesus .Christ; 1 5—"I will, .therefore.'put you In mncinbniiicc, though ye once Photographs can be cleaned bv i wiping lightly with a piece of old linen dipped in wurm ammonia water. MIMEOGRAPHING BUSINESS & POLITICAL LETTERS A SPECIALTY-" Work-"neat, cheap & quick Veterans Service Work All Kinds Blank Forms Curtis j. Little. Hale Bldtr. Summer Pants For Every Purpose Wash SLACKS For sports, for dress, for any wear! 98cand $ r 8 GETGULHUBE- ffi "Sfoifaetljn action'/ HERE'S a surprise in Store for Hotel Mtjestic Jowls ihis year. A brand new lodj« .on beautiful Lake Harnilton is awaiting your arrival. Here you may jwim, fish, bo.at and enjoy the water sm i woodland paradise of-the fcreat National Park. Special summer «tis at'tHe luxurious Hotel Majestic offer you ; the greatest vocation of your life. Rest', bathe and play your way to new health. Write for Dixnptire Lilemturt. H.GRADY BRUCE E, WALLACE! ••s'v- _ !ANNING;pREs.^ A boxer chJ in (M ocnmg dress \\ ouM he fighting under a bad handicap Cheap, pootly refined motor oils arc just a* lumpetcd Thcj can't fight friction efficient!) beciusc they re laden do«" «"h excess \viste. When the boxer sheds some of his clothes he's like most 25c oils—fteefrom Jowc hampering waste, but not all. Until Gulf perfected its great Multisol process, no rcfmcrof25c oils could ;d to go beyond this stage. •THE PREMIUM-QUALITY MOTOR OIL FOR 25c SOLD AT SERVICE STATIONS IN SCALED CANS ONLY. . . NOT SOLD IN BULK The boxer stripped for action is like Multi-sol refined GULF- LUttE MOTOR OIL. It's strip* pco f of all excess waste—ready to <lo the finest friction-fighting job of any 25c oil made! The only25coi1 in etching premium- priced otlsl Try GulHubc — at the Sign of the Orange Disc. ! 4 !i*S$k$»& LUBRICATE-rOR-SAFElY WEEK HAY 23-30 A wclMubricaicJ cat is a safer car. Bring your cjrto Gulf for an expert lubrication job. Don't lake chances.

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