The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 22, 1930 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, August 22, 1930
Page 2
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1930 ELYTHRVILI.E. (ARK.) COURIIOR NRWS King Carol Job of Rumania • Kim> and Former Playboy i lo Please Four Women. ! I! I 11V M1XOT1' SAUXIWRS NKA Service Wrilrr 1'ARIS. AU'. y.-Killi: Carol cf Humanin. inod?<-ii royally':; mos: loniantlc riuuri'. is bark on ins thicne . . . bnl with lour women t please in addition to his dulifi us n retailing incnarcli he Is find- iu if liLs Irv.k far Irom an easy one. Evf-r tin,.., Ihe ihanmlie tulip of ] fl v> .Tun'r in which Carol returned 'o Rumania lo wrest the c/rvvn f"-m his small son, Ihe boy Kim Mi'-hni-l. lh-,re liavi: been minor. 1 : (lml all wa;- iv t hiirmonv in Ihe royal household. Frc-qi:ent have been ih; reports that ihs errant Carol was having a hard lime living to win lt:e forgiveness of his royal wife. Princes. Helen. And the several postponements of their fi:inml coronation as king anil qnetn, now scheduled for next spring, i" ciUxl by some as proof. The Four Women Anvwav, Carol—faced by four •.vomen—is havln-f his personal and domestic pioblems as well as his resal ones. Thev Mf-: PRINCESS HELEN, his royal wife, who divorced him after he abandoned h»r an<f their child and (ltd to a life of Indolence with a claiming, red-haired mistress. A proud and regal daughter of Greece with no particular preference for titan-tressed rivals, it was hardly c-ip'cled thai she could be consoled very easily, even by the offer of a i £tal on the throne. MADAMS LUPESCU. the redhead in nueftlOTi. Her friends in Park ETeatly doubt that there has teen any sentimental break between her and her royal lover. Ap- pnrenlly. Helen suspects as much. ZIZl' LAMBRINO. Carol's first love and boyhood wife. She is ambit I-us for her son (Carol's son. too). Miraeh. now 1C years old. and Is again attempting to "?t a k'lislv settlement for him. both in name and inonev. Steele Society—Personal PAGE THREK- Hollenback from Portico- is n social vUlt-jr here Tiies.! A. J. OverUirf and mother city now 'of Hnytl was n visit- cr here Sunday evening. Miss Kvelyn Blggnrt of Cooler spent IBM wwk cml hert with her aunt Mrs, Fred Mays. Miss Clark returned Saturday night fiom Perry, Ark., where <hf has been visiting relatives for the past two months. Mis. Alice Stone relumed to her home In this cily Tuesday ufier Clay vi'l..' w; night. Mrs. Mrs Wallace and son and rtaugh- lelnlivcs in points of Illinois. i"rs Mildred and Mrs. Jiianilu! Mis, R. A. Wull and daughter Sieclc have rcltirned to their home Gpa! motored lo Ucll, Ark. MJMI- ' day lo see the infant daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Whistle who is seriously III. John I'arks Jr. of ihe Leonard Tuesday I Chevrolet Co. Imnsacted business lln Sl. Louis Monday. Ing golf In Blytheville Tuesday afternoon. Miss lionnlo Smith Is vlslling her molher Mrsr. Dora (libson ihls week. Miss Smith lins recently fln- lsh«l college nt Hie Missouri University at Columbia. Mr. mill Mrs. Eurl HudRens. lor- mi'ily of this place and now of Memphis ure the proud puionls of I a H-vni and one luilf pound baby tcrs Mrs. I. n. Stewart and Helen anil .Margaret, with Waller Cox Jr.. and Miss Margaret Polk o[ O.sceol.i. Mrs. Stewart nnd daughters are from illylhcvlllc. he-re uftci spending two weeks In Hot Springs. Mr. ami Mrs. L. C. Spencer were the BUtsls of Mr. anil Mrs. N. YV Spencer at I'ortaneville afteinoon. -•ponding the summer months \vllli j toy boir. Tuesday afternoon at the hoiui (if Mrs. lludgcns pateiils ill Cooler, llullt inothei 1 and b"bc- n gcllsnt; a!oi)K nli'i'ly. Jclin Bishop. Robert Hiirdlne, and Cl.nk uiul Connie Frame U'll Wednesday lo hike lo Reel Fool Fou; Like, 'I'enn., where llu'y will cnni|) (jut for n few days. They will ri'lurn by Ridglcy (o visit .some $1 TIRE SALE C!ose-Out Of All 5 Ply, Also a Few Sizes Of 4 Ply Pennsylvania Tires NOT SO OAY NOW—This recent picture of King Carpi, taken since bis return In Rumania, shows how the termer loyal playboy has aged with the problems that beset him. woild lui:; reverted to n kind of •hero worship' it follows that (he Institution of monarchy has been greatly benefited and that the phase of 'dictator rule' will tend . ... . to nmke monarchy the prevailing H was to her he wrote ! form cf government." in a farewell leller: "The charm is The reason for (he b-om broken and 1 hav« turned over a new paje in life." So ended their morganatic romance. QUEEN MARIE. Carol's mother. Dominant, shrewd and powerful, she has b;en called "Ihe molher- in-law of the Balkans." And she is snld to lake just as aggressive o part in ihe domestic affairs of the loval household as she takes in the affairs of state. ./, Europe Expects Sequtl Just what "will be the sequel lo thh comic op^ra drama that marked Carol's return lo grasp • the throne is uncertain, but Europe, confidently believes there wil be a j lonial (iav5 sequel. The stage Is set, all the principals still live. Madame Lupe:cu's glorious ati- Hirn is still unfaded, according to those who have seen her recently, j and there is no proof that lias forgotten her charms—or that he' wants to forget them. Helen, with her Lopaz eyes and her quiet dignity, may be a queen but firsi of all she i.^ a wife . . , and wives remember. It will be hard for her i-i forget that her husband deserted her. Still in the wings, ready to play her part if another show is staged, is Queen Marie. She is a mother- in-law who likes to have her own way—and frequently does. In addiiion to the four women.. there is the Ex-Boy King Michael,! himself. He has gone back to his toys and can write in the cover of his school books: "Michael, ex- king and future king." but Helen, his royal mother, still loves him and wants to tee him get along. In aii'ther 10 or 12 years. Michael wll have grown to manhood and will perhaps feel the pulse of ambition. What will happen if his father is still on the throne then is a matter of conjecture. Return Cheers Royalty Despite the uncertainty of Ihe fulure, Carol's return has cheered a number of men in Europe who would be kings—and Ihere are quite a few more or less homeless and out-of-work monarchs in Paris and elsewhere just now. The boom is centering on the Balkans. King Carol's brother-in- law. Oeoree of Greece, who has made his home here since he was deposed, has been greatly encouraged by Carol's success. He has never given up hope of reluming lo Athens and his followers are said lo be working hard In his Interests. His wife Is Carol's sister, Princess ' Elizabeth of Rumania. In Hungary. Count Bethlcn has been trying for years to find a head for the Etate who would unite all parlies and bring prosperity. There are several claimants lo the Hungarian throne, but Archduke Otto Is conceded the best chance. He Is in royalty, says Mlroncscu, is the increasing public dissatisfaclion with parliamenlariEm. Having assumed lo much power it has overreached itself, lie contends, and therefore a return of. constitutional monarchy is only a natural evolution. MEXICO CITY.-Cresccnclo Avl- la. Mexican peasant in Jalisco. didn't see- any rainbow, but he did discover a pot of gold. In plowing . his land' he uncovered Spanish gold pieces, more than $50.000. ii a pot of valued a 1 believed . the coins had been there since co- Lettuce or cither salad greens may be crisped in very cold water containing a little vinegar or lemon. The milk from about one and a "''";! million dairy cows is requrr- r-nmi I eu (o mppt '"* Ice cream require- t ' aTO1 mcnts of the nation. There are in existence in the neighborhood of 450 different patterns cf tires. The Commercial Bank of Wichita. Kan., has installed c new bullet-proof tellers' cage to foil bank bandits. Mist Sis Michie of Cooler was j MJSJ.CS Adelle and May Bell friend* there. .shopping al local stores Tuesday. I Zuhner, Ruby Sprncer. Helen Ken-j Mrr». Ci. O. Travis liad us her Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Anderson | Kt ^. a!1( ) i_orlne Earls were play- Sumlny her mother ami .sis- have reimncd home after an ex- ' tended vi^it will) rel-.ilivi's In Lex- } •;ion, Tennessee. Mrs. Wik'c Curtner had as her puesl Tuesday Mrrs. Mary Curl- . nor and a Mr.-, nysanger of, Mounds. 111. ; Miss Ruby Ashley of Annorell. Ark, who will teach English at the high school, was the guest &I Mri rionnie Smith over the week end. Mr. I.insily Smith and Miss Mildred Vick were ihe guests of Mr. .ind Mrs. Robert Sti'de TiicitUy evening. Clark Pram and Robert Ilurdine went lo the Osceola swimming pool Frliiiiy nrjlil. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Rhodes and dridi'cn motored lo Blytheville Friday, >.!is. J. H. Workman had as her Kucst Sunday Mr?. Wntkins from IC'don, Mo.. Mrs. Hattie Miller of St. Louis. '.Villiar.i T. Lester of SI. Louis ar- livcd the first part of ihe week. Mr. Lester resigned his position at the Krcger stoic there and says thai he will probably go to work here soon. Mr. Oscar Bailey of Blylheville ivr.r the gui'st oJ his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bailey Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Elbert Brown and children and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Brown were the guesls of Mr. _nnti Mi:. J. A. Brown at Cooler Sunday. In the afternoon they motored to niylhevllle lo see Mrs. V. I. Davis who it in the Blytheville hospital. • Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Morgan and Miss Pauline Carter with Mr. and Mrs. Dale Rutledge and childivn of Cooler motored to Big Lake Sun- ; clay. I Mis. Lizzie Gaggle cf Savannah,: Tennessee is visiting rclalivcs h?re this week. | Mr:. V. 1. Davis who was carried i lo the Blytheville hospital the lat-1 l?r part of last week with a serious c case of typhoid fever is much bet- • ter her fever having gone 'down ' tiuite a lot, we hope that she will be al home real soon. i Miss Helen Kennedy of Blythe- ] t-Jlic :s spending this week with Misses Adelle and May Bell Zahner. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Morgan had as their guest Monday evening, Mr. j and Mrs. Monroe Marker and family from Broughten. III. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Rtitledwe and ch't^i-a, i and Miss Evelyn Biggart of Cooler • -.Mid MY. and Mrs. J. R. Neeley of this c:ly. i Miss. Fern Lee Alexander and parents from St. Louis arrived Tuesday for an extended visit wilh fiiends and relatives. Misses Mildred and Helen Vick, Velma Shrnder. Mildred Overlurf and Kathleen Harper motored to Blvtheville late Monday afternoon. Mrs. R. M. Farrls is in a very serious condition at her home on east Main Street. Bill Hichardion of Blylheville was a visitor here Wednesday morning. Miss Nita Provow formerly of this cMULLIN'S CASH GROCERY A Home Institution 49c (icniiinc Sliced Hawk ,'i-iJ) Limit, I'onnd Offer Good One Weeh Only Saturday, Aug. 23 to Saturday, Aug. 30 Buy 2 Tires At Regular Price of One Plus $1 .'ifl.\;t i/i tire regular nricu $IJ.7a For second tire add tire regular price SI 2.30 For second tire add 'I Increase Profits and. Egg Production witH FUL-O-PEP Here's a feed for your Inying hens that will give you uniazing results, landing poultry" men everywhere are enthusiastic over Ful-O-Pcp Egg Mash—you can have the same success. Conic in and loam how. Quaker FUL-O-PEP EGG MASH Hungary. He n'.w lives : " 1 Russians Hope, loo Ev?n the "White" Russians have hope. Grand Duke Cyril, who claims he is the rightful czar, is now living near Paris and watching the apparent rise of royalty to popularity—and hn" 1 — fcr the Soviet regime to crumble, Georges Mironcscu, temporary premier of Rumania, who received Carol on his return, sums it up like this: "Mr.norcliy Is entering on a new phase of prosperity. Since the will increaseyoiir flock's egg production and make you greater profits. It is economical to feed. Contains oatmeal, cod liver meal, minerals, proteins, nnd other valuable ingredients—all scientifically blended in the right form and proportion—ready ] to use. We have it for you. Browne & Billings Co., Inc. Blytheville, Ark. 32x4 tire regular price §13.20 For second tire add 29\<UO tire regular price $9.0(1 For second lire add Mx-laO tire regular price $«.20 For second tire add 29x-150 tire regular price $0.00 For second tire aili) 28S-175 lire regular price $10.70 For second lire add 29x500 (ire regular price $11.58 For second lire add 30x500 tire regular price $12.00 For second tire add 31x500 lire regular price §12.51 For second lire add 28x525 tire regular price SI 2.% For second tire add 30x525 (iie regular price $13.92 For second tire add 31x525 fire regular price $15.3'i For second lire add 29x550 tire regular price $15.00 For second lire add 30x550 tirt regular price $15.16 For second tire add 3flxGIM) (ire regular price S1G.2C For second tire add 31x000 tire regular price SIG.fiS For second lire add 32x600 lire regular price S17.90' For second tire add 33xfiflO lire regular price $18.18 For second tiro add $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 tires for tires for for lirip for fnr 2 tires for 2 tire*; fnr 2 tires for 2 (ires for 2 tires fnr 2 lire.'-, for 2 tires for 2 lire); for 2 (ires for for' 2 tires for 2 tilts for 2 tires for 2 tires for $ 7.75 $13.30 $14.20 $10.00 $10.20 $10.00 $11.70 $12.58 $13.00 $13.54 $13.96 $14.92 $16.34 $16.60 $16.16 $17.26 $17,68 $18.90 $19.48 Mixed Sausage Ib. lOc Sunny lirook Pound • . No. 1 Tall Cnn 2 For Sardeans Dclmonle, in Tomato Saute, 2 For 25c Potatoes No. l' White tinting,, Pound 3c ge Nice Firm Heads, Pound Beechnut Canned Spa- Khetti, 2 Cans For 25c Grand Alas or Kiff 4, 10 liars Pure Pork Sausage Ib. 15c Morris Su- orcme, Half or Whole, I'ounil Smoked Jowleslb. 15c Veal Stew Meat Ib. Lettuce Exlrit Hend 75c Bananas Nice Yellow Fancy ,Fruit Pound 5c If you need a new tire here Is your chance to get record quality at record low prices. Dixie Service Station Phone 315 Corner Ash & Broadway ^ Fancy Jumbos 2 For 15c Argo No. 2'/, Can, Kach 2ic I.ibby's 13-oz Cun Assorted Each 15c Skinners Macaroni, Spa- RhcUi. Noodles :{ For 25c Coffee Bell Hoy .|-l,bs For Potted Meat 4c Pfi3G Shelled Ih redo Cornfield «»• 25c

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