FRIDAY, JUNE 2fJ, 1030 Bl.YTHEVILI.E, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Hovnei Society — •svillc- Personal St. I.ouh last Saturday for several weeks visit with her daughter, Mrs. Clyde Wellman. Mrs. Moira Helm, of Cnmlliers- vilk'. is here visiting her aunt, Mrs. Cl. !3. lirown. A. V. Keimelt left Monday for Georgia, He will go later to Washington, n. O., to visit his clnujlner, Airs. Arthur cioodman. Miss Irene McC'alob, who is ifUenclIng college at Jonesboro, spent the week-end with her parents. Mrs! James. Jewell \viiri her gi'psl. Kay Stone, of Harrisburg, Ark,,! I spun last week-end here, visit-! | lug his mother. Mrs. O. M. Weils. Mr. and Mrs. L, C. Pagan left I Thursday for Flint, Midi., to visit the family of their son. I Paul Pagan. Mr. and Mrs. John Dean spent I Sunday In Blyllicvilln with their s, Mr. and Mrs. Dean and I Mr, and Mrs. Annantronl. Mr. and Mrs. Orley Nonis, anil I Mr. and Mrs. C. 13. Anderson jr.. I loft Sunday for Reelfoot Lake to |.s]icnd a week fishing. Robert Drum went to St. Louis | Monday on business. Mrs. George. McUaU, of Day- lion, O., is visiting her aunt. Mrs, |P. Kinsolvlnj. Mrs. (J. R. Kcntey was In Hly- Jlheyille on business Monday. /'His. I?. E. Anderson went to Lost Cane News Mrs, Lomiii ^Incher gave a surprise birthday parly for Mrs. Opal Bauv'nsr Wednesday at which she entertained 15 guests. Among those present were Mrs. R. E. Moore and Mrs. Emma. Moore, of Blt'lhevlllc II. C. McCann is conducting n ."inking school at the Baptist chinch. Tr.e Rev. John Brinn, of Dell held services at i',ie Christian chinch on Fathers' Day. Mrs. Helen Labarettc entertained a few friends wllh a dance at her home Tuesday night. Miss Mildred Owens has relumed 'nome following an appendix opera- lion at the BIylhevillc hospital.. Miss Florence Dcnsmore entertained her Sunday school class with a picnic Tuesday. Leon Davis, of Mnnlla, was the guest Sunday of Miss Ruby Williams. ' Miss Hilda Davis was t'he wee! end 'guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Veach and daughter. Electric service for this community is expected within 30 days. Tiie Lost Cane baseball team lost to Flood way, 14 to 0. Wednesday Tills wns the .second game Lost Cane has lost, this year. ' 'I'M Christian and Baptist churches ore planning to hold meetings In July. The I/ost Cone school wlU open July 6 for the summer session. Sam Parks, who has been 111 for several days, is now improving. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Baugher nre building a new Home. Bob Veach and Sam Finisher nre building u bridge across Little TUv- er. two miles south of nig Lake. Miss Bcmlcc Hnrrls, of Para- Eoukl, and Miss 1'aullne Shackelford, of Manila, are gue.sls this week of Mrs. Ray Veach. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Fltigg tire remodeling their home. Tin Cans Menace Landscape SAN FRANCISCO. (OP) — The Ranger service has sent ont an SOS reading "Bury Your Tin Cans." Nearly 4,000.000 |»oplc visited the 18 national and state parks In California last year' mill left so many lin cans behind them lhat they constitute a, menace to the land scape. DUNNIGAN, Gal. (UPI—Psychologists are wondering if a horse can die of fright. An 8-year-old girl was riding a horse between whom a real alfectlon existed, w'ncn she fell olf. The-horse took a few more steps and fell dead. . • tw dffrif hove to be <&&£ to enjoy tidt whiskey!" 0tfM' BRAND STRAIGHT WHISKEY-90 PROOF I DISTILLED DRY GIN-85 PROOF -As you prefer in BOURBON or RYE | Distilled from 100% gram neutral spirits COPYRIGHT '1936, TUB OLD QUAKER CO., IAWRENCKDURG, 1ND. J o Entirely Sentimental By Helen Wolshlmer M YliKu-l is turning somersaults -Along a busy street. (I hoi* il doesn't Innnu Into Tlie j)eo[>k> thai I nwel.) rPHE sky's a deeper, truer blue 1 Than I Imve ever seen, 1 oidii't know Inanity grass Wasevei 'quiteso green. T UB leaves ave brighter tlinu they weiv Ami every now anil llien I swing into a sudden sung— You called me IIP again! ' PAGE TIItlEE r~ r 73 "X <• V The Editor's Letter Box "1 f»i t'lr»" J/V The Overtoil Bill (To the editor:) I notice that you publish a letter In your Issue of June 24 signed by II. W. Kile. Canithersvillc, Mo. Now I propose to take Issue with Mr. Kile, first to say that t'nls Ovcrton flood bill has no pork in its provisions, as Mr. Kile suggests. He simply quotes some Republican grafter's charge. Again he mis-. stales fact. There are no lands In | the White River Valley that will produce two bales of cotton to the acre and without flood control or levees land there is almost worthless, as the land along the Mississippi river were before the build- Ing or the levees in the St. Francis district, I lived here then and live here now. Before the levees were built at least 90 per cent of the lands of Mississippi county were covered with water at each overflow and iverc almost worthless, but when 'the levees were built I'iiey tecame very valuable. The citizens llvin? nlong the overflow district were vlllliig and did give the Lavce District deeds lo the right of way for levee, purposes as they realized that they would receive great benefit from t'ne protection of the fevec system. And notwithstnndtng! the fact that Mr. Kile states thaj th c people who live in the overflow! district arc unwilling to contribute the small amount of land necessary to build a levee . that (voiild protect tiicir holdings and challenges Driver's statement, Mr. Drlv- Water . ....'. and Your Office... Concentration of the staffs of firms and industries is made possible and safe by the pure, plentiful supply of water furnished by the complete modern facilities of the Blytheville Water Company. BLYTHEVILLE WATER CO. Courteous, Personal Attention to Every Customer Plmi e 80 us s. Broadway er made lhal statement, knowing the fads nnd whether Mr. Driver contradicts the charge or not I say, knowing Hie disposition o; Die people living in Hi,, territory and w'no are Interested in the mailer, they are willing to bear their part, and 1 feel lhat Mr. Driver lias slmplj stated the facts us they exist. 1 have 'nad quite nil experience nlons this issue and have always found the people willing to contribute to advance tliclr Interests. I must say that I believe that Mr. Kile is smipiy a myth nnd that someone who wants to take a tllng lit \yll] Driver Is simply making charges lhat can't be sustained. Now If Mr. Kile wants to challenge. Ihe congressman'' to meet him and explain the whole thing lo the people w'no are Interested, let him do so and not sneak Into public prints and make assertions he cannot prove and do so during the absence of tile man whom he assails. Mr. Driver works faithfully In and out of congress for the Interest of the people he represents and understands their wants and necessities better than anyone else. He lias made u life study of conditions in , his district; - cspeclallj flood control, nnd understands the situation ijcrtectly or as well as anyone could, as he was raised In the Mississippi valley and on the banks of the Mississippi river. Besides this 'nc's practical in every- things and works from that sUind- polnl. John B. Driver Liixora, Ark. FREEMONT, O. (UP)—A. M. Al ford has n cnne which lie used in the Mcklnlcy piratic ol I89F wlilcli lie plans to present, to Oov. Alt M. LaiKlon. Ice Cold Liquors & Gins ARE BETTER THEY COST NO MOKE at JOE'S LIQUOR STORE Opposite Kress' Bakery Specials Al.l. 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