The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 10, 1936 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 10, 1936
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1936 <;.... I.J...'. v,,.' BtYTtiEVLLLE, (ARK.) COUU1KH NKWS .Plane Brings Oil Company Men Here on Inspection rp , * Trip . Making fi <nilck lour of Inspection of llie Arkansas properties cyme;! by the Lion OH Company. M. R. Springer, stale division mfirme,er, 'ana Walter P.. Harm, abviHl'slhg' manager, landed at the ideal alrporL yesterday afternoon in tliB company's new Beech- craft four 'place cabin plane. The party tilso 'included''D. D. Harris, Supervisor for Hie ' noltli eastern district, who joined Hie ftifelit at Forrest City. The'plane Wns piloted by Duck Carter, vet erun transport and flybr. .The Lion officials' said It wns their. intention to visit nil points Includeil hi tlie purchase of Marathon properties last fall where there are ndemintc landing fields. Mr. Hium said the local field was one of the most • satisfactory of those visited on the tour. Tl\ey experienced difficulty, he said, in landing at several points in the •;.-itate because of rough fields. :The party arrived here, from Parngoiild. having earlier in 'the day vlslled Pine Bluff. Stuttgart. Forrest City and Jonesboro.' At Forrest City they were entertain. eil by county officials, prominent ; business • men and by the Lion agent there.. , •\y. J. Wunderllch is llie Lion company's .wholesale agent here. riouse at Braggadocio i Damaged by Lightning BRAGGADOCIO, Mo. — Ug'lit-' ling struck llie home .of Mr.'and Mrs. R. D. Kelisey about 1 o'clock Sunday afternoon, tearing through, the south find, west walls from celling to floor ani! demolishing _ • it . . , ' -"-."•,! »i Osceola Society — Personal Slede-Cooter Sbciely — Personal nurse at the Blythevtlle hospital, Is spending her vacation in Steels as guest of hfr mother, Mrs. A. U. Graham. Miss Mnrjorle Paul is conflnix! tu 'ner home hi Cooler Uils week by Illness. Miss Hull! Fmvier Is visiting her mint, Mrs. \v. M. Smith, of Memphis. Willie there she Is taking ' The wall im T ;-" v ">'" 1 . ''"" """. ""- dancing lessons and is IQ uppenr in ;.,™ t l a " WUarlgn's parents. Mr. ami Mrs. | „ K>( ., uo , l( r|ll> , lml!tor | U lv Mrs. Inn Wlmrton and children of Little Ubck, Ark., have arrived ... ,, , • - '. : . . , • . _•; for all extended visit with Mrs. radio mid " i "*"-' *- inu -* 1 -•*« light fire uui, me names were p..,,,.. mnr.Ci,,,,.,, quk'kly extinguished. Some, other. „"*"£,??„ cllarles p oUflrll | damage wu. done to l,,e build-' ^ ^"'r' ^"^fLt °"eek' Uii no one was nl CMcm< Mo __ ' ns gl|cs[s u! ttr . i 'and Mrs. Arch-Pollard. They were 'conipanted home by Perry Poi- nt; and furiiluin inirt. Dr. Mary • •*. _. , r~ i^OlPS, ClU., IIHS in i i* i\i in ^ vvM v Jin, f • C . 1 >' de , , L01 '8'.« 10 U1 « lc1 '- to spend several weeks with her Little Donald Ix>ng, son of Mr. C ' m . la . m1 of , IM An ' ,„ Coot6l . urn Juno CharU's Jones, of Mnrnuuliiko Ark., .siKiii rue past, week here as cr of tin- steelo llieater.' I'iiul Eugene Mllurodl Jr., ol Joiner, Ark, is the guest of his mother. Mrs. li. c. Silencer, for several weeks. Miss ok'dlu Crocker has return- trait a nuvstold operaljon about ,wo. months ago. was taken to lnolhCT Mrs mine cspcc!M i Memphis Sunday to be under the erc]s55 £ Sp ri, lg neld College where observation ,of doctors for a few her sister. Mrs. Alma Copland, «• ™, „„, ,, .„.. , , ' ceivcd her B. IJ. degree. Dr. Gil- Mr, and Mrs Hill Xxmqnd, of liiu , u lvlu nlso vlsU6 nMh , es , n Puscola, visited rclntite here Memphis and In the east before I f'i ,,-•., •> „ I she returns'to'her home. A pick-up ruck; driven liy.Wl- , Lilymo ,, Azbl!) of Tyl . onza . Ark ., ard Cagle. luraed over .on thc i s visitin B his grandparents, Mr. and Doyskin road Sunday afternoon. Mrs j B j . A ^ m v CiigW suffered cuts ami bruises Mrs.'liasll McChirc was hostess about the .Incc and the truck. lo ' „ 1)nl , lv Prll | ny MmmM ln ,, on . : , ,,„ , „, - 5 a beauty course, lifter a T. Oiniand sue vlslt w , t( , , 1)fl , \ ^^ |im] lo atteml thc ex- M rs. J. p. Crocker, in cooler. owned by Bill Lemond, of Pascola was badly amaged „,. ot thl , tollrlh b!l . Uuta atmlvet . sary of her .son, Jlmnilc. Twenty- nvc milo fr | eild t , , .,,„„ • Miss ' Ben Holt, entotalncd last Fnilay evening with a shower for celebrate Mrs Joe Bob ' coppage. j . u w . lrncl ho , t k s Mrs. LOUIS Mountain and chll- 1 jerlously 111 with a tonsil Infection, drcn are visiting Mr. and M ra . A. , s linprovc( j.. j lls mothcr ctlme from V. lluckaba for a few days. Pawheen News Ellgh Barks anil family and E E. shocmake and family drove to Marmaduke Sunday for a fish dinner at t'ne home of \V: \V. Ob- bards. Lib McNctt was guest of honor at a surprise ice cream supper, given Sunday by 30 of his fellow workers. Marlon. 111., the first of last week to. be at his bedside but returned home over thc weekend. His little son, Blllle Turner, who was spending file summer with his grandparents in Marlon has returned home. . . ; . i . Jim chahdtlcr, of Oklahoma City, Okln., Iras arrived In Cooler for several weeks visit with his brolh- er, Sid chahdlier. ; Rev. and Mrs. Hudson are the parents of a "9-poumi daughter Peggfc Joe, born at the home of Congressman W. J. Driver, Mrs. W. J. Driver jr., and daughter, Peggy- Jane, arrived Monday night from Washington. Mr. Driver left yesterday for Little Rock and Hot Springs where he will be a member of the reception committee to greet President Roosevelt. He will return to Washington Saturday and remain until con- I grt-ss adjourns. \V. J. Driver jr., ' drove up last week and accom- | panted them ' home. Misses Prlscilla, Josephine and Nellie Beverly, and Mrs. Kate Adams and Mrs. Alice Dawes of Atlanta, III.,', were week end guests I of Mr. and Mrs.'George Dlcker- | son. Aih'o'hg the Osceolans in Little I Rock and Hot Springs today are: I Mr. aiid Mrs. Hale 'Jackson, Mr. aiid Mm. Ben Butler. J. B. Bimn, | Mike' Nailllng and Louis Nailling. Myron gaining is. attending to I business In New.- prleons this ] week'.;. . • _ , / iiobbye Dyess, small son of' Mrs. I W. R.-'pyess was operated upon I at the Baptist hospital in Mem I phis for appendicitis Monday I ni'orniiig. •• . . : , 'Mr. and Mrs. Joe. Walker .ahd I Mr. and Mrs. John Dpmeron. of J Blylheville went .tp. Little Rock I yesterday to attend - the-. Centeii- | nial celebration. . Mrs. .'George' : bicke'rsnn entertained 19 small tots' with a swlni- mlng pflrty yes'terda;; afternoon in honor of the -fourth birthday ,6f li'er. daughter,''Beverly. ' Mrs.'E. p. .Rose was hostess to th.e montlily teachers and workers, council tit her home last night Mrs. John .Douglas,, Miss Doris Counts arid"Miss,Veta Mae.Murff were^ ,elected teachers in the intermediate and primary depart- . New literature and oilier sup- jplies were ordered for thc 'iu- I coming quarter. The Jcly meet- ling will be in the nature of n Ipic'iiic supper at Grider Memorial I Park on. July 14. Mrs. M. L. Sparkman was a Iguesl of the council. Levcrne Ransom was called to Hhelr soil, Pearson Hudson, at Cooler. Mr. and Mrs. ,C. E. Miller and Mrs. R. C. Stcele sr. and daughter. Louise, have returned from a Black. Oak by the illness of her sister, .Mrs. M. Black. Mrs. Joe HOdge and children spent the weekend' with her par- cnls at the state Hue. Crops in tinis vicinity were greatly benefited by a Hue rain Sunday, day. Miss Hazel Jacks has returned from a short stay in Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs.; Dan Minertli of Poplar Corner visited the latter'! slsle'r, Mrs; Sport'Layson, Sunday. Mrs. Ada Ransom and her daughters, Addie and Lavernc, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Barks, drove lo Kennett Saturday oil busl- Driver Grove News Among those who.'arc• sick this week are Buford ' Maxwell, Mrs.' Charlie Springer aiid,'Mrs. Robert Mosley. ' ' . ."•;•: Alva Hosklns, of pecan'Grove., is spending this'week with'her sister. Mrs/ Charles F. Springer, here. •'John Poke was • removed from the BlytheviUe -hospital- to -his home near,Pecan Gi-ove-Saturday. He un , about two ; camping trip to Eleven Point,. " Dr. aiid Mrs. L. E. COOIMI- w»nl to Nashyille, Term.. Pridav. and were ' accompanied home hy their son, L,. E. Oooper jr., \rtio hiis been altchdiii^ .Vanilerbiil college. He will spend his vacation here'.with? his parents. They were acbpmpan-' ied as fa'r'os Bells. Term., 'by Mrs. H. b. Cnsejv of Cooler, who will ,vlsif' there for several 'days'.' • Mr. Casey .went over Sunday and |oln- ed his wife at Belk and spent thc day t'ne're with liieir parents. ' .Mr. and Mrs.' Robert Gilliand of Cooler are; the parents of an 8- pound son, .George Robert: Miss Flora te c araham. student Miss Lorene Pounds is coiintieil' to her home by illness this week. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. l-'Iflder have returned from a visit with relatives In Indiana. Mrs. w. E. Taylor, of StCL'le, accompanied bj- Mrs. Henry IJoone, of Carutheisville. left over the weekend fur Washington, u. C., as delegates from tbis county la tin. 1 conference' of the As.sucluti»! Country Women of tlie World, bi'lnj held liven "' . • • Holslnn.. u ,i llmior Roll MpSCOW, Ida. (UrO-FJigin, Hol- sleln cows from the' University nf Idaho dairy farm have been placed on the 1935 honor roll of [he nation, university olllcials profoundly announced, recently.. • MIMlvOGltAI'niNR BUSINESS ft I'OLITICAl LETTERS A SPECIALTY Work neat, cheap & mdck Veterans Service Work All Kinds Blank Forms Curtis J. Little Hale Bldg. WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- Witbiul Cilwitl-ArKi Tw'U Jump On I ol B«l in; • •'.,' ...'- : lke Mir'gipi.fUriii> Ca '.'• : The liter should poiir'nul two ;iountl» of Jiauii] bileintpyutfr bou?laifBi]). If tlii^blte Mrs. Homer Mosley, or Marie, visited friends and relatives .here over Ihc week end. •:.-• . ' '•Mr. and Mrs: .Cleveland Warren have,moved to'.near Blytheville.'Mr. Warren • \yill; .be' r thc Robertson; dairy;'.'.;; ' : : ' r red:Brock has returhcil from several weeks visit, with 'a -sister : in Te.xas. •;""/•-',• •' '_*.'•;••:' ••'••'•_•'• ••' J3iaren'ce" stars,'of Blytheville, is building -a .--new house'" here into which he will move wlieii it is completed. Read your atomich. You rot constlp&lfd. Your wliolu Bystein U r*OlSt>nod nnil you ftel flour, : Bunk arid Ihe worlii looks pUnk. : I^xallyea ire .only muktahlfla. A mere bowelTnovem^nl doesn't kft at Ihecauap It '.Ukti those stood, old C<rl«r'< l.iUle l.lver PilU lo fet thege two pounds of bile flowing freely4h(!niHke_> ; oufe(!r;upiiiiJirn".ltiirm- fre«ry. Ask for Cirttf'a I.Ull* Liver PJlb hy XJinie. Slubbornjy refufle K'nytliln^'ijls^. 25c. HOT COFFEE ''SERVED WHERE IT'S COOL Have yo'rir. mid-morning cup •111-the AHl CONDITIONED . ' • Coffee Shop nt ; •. HOTEL NOBLE .1. DOUG. M.OIIOAN IB KIN OS YOU (UWHOKTiUdO OUCHESTRA • In Her "SMYUNA" "Veil 0' Misi. Dance"' "A DELICIOUS S A I, A U WITH VERY -'Li'm,!!; .; DKRSSING" .One Ijidy Fit Eli With Each . 3Sc Ticket • -. CliihlrVn l(|c In.'A Hjir Circus Tent A Musical:- '."Girly-Cio-Kpuml" .;; StK—I'wiple—fiO ': Show Itain :6r Shine _ One Uiiy Only, .Tune 11 Show Grounds' End of KIK Main Sf. Wed in City Park Willie lane and Miss Gertrude J Shepson, both of Blyllieville. y- llected an unusual setting for their Ivcddln'g. ceremony Monday. Tney J 'icre married In the new city park. The ceremony Was solemnized by i-Me Rev. J. O. Vance, a local Melh- I c<llst minister. In Colorado are 42 of the 55 I highest mountain penks in the I United StMes. D«. Wert & Wert pPTOMETRfSTS Over Joi Isaacs' Storfc "WE MAKE 'EM SEE" Phone 6JO Knitting Classes Tuesdays & Fridays, 2:30 P. M. 1109 ChlcVasawba INSTRUCTIONS FREE ORDERS TAKEN FOR "BERNAT'' YARN Mrs. Leslie Hooper Mrs. A. C. Haley Phone 192 \RADIO REPAIRING C«mp»rte. 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