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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 17, 1934
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TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 19S4 BLlTOgyiLLB. JABK.Y COTJBIER NEWS III KING HERE More Than 150 4-H Club Members At lend All Day Session Over one hundred and fifty 4-H club members were in attendance at the 4-)] County Council which met. In an all da.v .session at the Blythevllle Woman's club house Saturday. Arnold Phillips, pr«i-|Vt«k show dent, prc-MdeO und Mis. J. s. Clod- f,ovcinbei win, secretary pro-U'in, called the roll ami c-aoh club nave a rtpart ol work done up to dale. The council made plans lor u county basket ball luiirjiamem this Wilson School Wins Honors in State Competition WILSON, Ark.— At the »nnu»l state meet ai Fayettevlile April 13 and 14, Miss Amm Ruth £p-ck \vo:i first, place wJth her home economics yearbook, Miss Aileen Rowoll placed third lu dress selection, iincl Miss Joyce Mann won third In home management. The boys teuni, composed of James Kennlmore, Claude Shaw anil Qiientin Jerome, won first In livestock judging, thus earning a •'"'";• ,, i A learn compo-:e< i>. 0. Carntnler. county agent at sirecter. Jlirnnv Hill Osceola. complimented the council wikly won second pli on us work and briefly outlined u!liy . j immv Hll] pl . •ii'li^l jimil.l (,n ,,!„..*-.» „ ,_ 1 . J . _ J "•*' f" Bondsmen Released When Carnival Troupe Member Fails lo Appear Harry Large, member of the Dee Lang carnival troupe whieh showed here last week" under auspices of the American Legion, failed to appear to answer to a charge of exhibiting a gaming device In inu- nfclpai court yesterday. Jamc.s Kennlmore placed second t J l was reported mat Large has in individual Judging, scoring 370 !tft l °wn and the charge agains. points to the 371 scored by thel" 1 " 1 . niade Saturday, on complaint winner of tlrst place, the highest I of " visitor at the show, was nol- .:<-orc ever made. pressed. Dismissal of the action released local men who had slgn- , trip to the American Royal Llve- ni Kansas City In Osceol o int could be planted "on acres 11,., j, ul , v idual competition, winch the government is renting., Tne k .. lln composed O f Put now composed of T. L. — - and Earl ed as Large's bondsmen. ,-lace In agroji-J Jejssc Williams, alleged Manila placed lirst, in u;tl1 ^H- who was acquitted of a Miss fotonan urses Bicli family \ C H. Quentln Jerome In Mississippi county to grow as Strccter placed third and In T. L. robbery charge at the recent term of circuit court here. war. fined 150 for carrying a conceded weapon. ' rlu: Enr] milk judging. The Wilson school was awarded fourth place in ;he sweepstakes. laige a. garden and vi>gelab!e patch 1 JIA powiblev lo uui it winter's food ' supply, und u> encourage all ilie i neighbors to do this at-so. There j or E , 'rp,vii,™?,,,,'!' 0 !? * a " lv -'" s - :u!l1 lnor> ; Placed first," with Wlldy taking 'tlckef™Tie. ^i,i """ """i Q " e ' llin Jeromt: ' T - I- Street .hlcMire she will. \fjxond individun) honors Various commmees were ap- and Pat Rowell placed fourth In pointed to plan the business of tlie' council. Tlie^ Fair committee is composed of Mrs. Delia Ozee of Pcny, Mrs. J. a. Godwin of Promised Land, Mrs. Fred Wall ol Recce, D. Oorrelt of New Liberty, Miss Ruby Woodruif oi Slilhnan and Fred Smith of Hatcher. An Entertainment Committee is coni- lioscd of each club .sponsor. A Finance. Committee of Mrs. Wheeler Epperson, Ne«- Liberty, .Mr. Bruce Culp, Pawhctn. Mrs. c. O. Ander- 1 f:on, West Ridge, were appointed. The council is self sustaining and will offer prizes for tlie best Individual work done in the 4-H clubs and for tlie best 4-H club dairy Wiliiains was air&sted as he Lt-l JliaiCU Lllircl 111 uairy I '•'"•«n«a w«-> nuv.^fccu »a IM: ir^t „.!«, with Rowel) placing third tne circuit courtroom last week. the Individual competition. (The misdemeanor charge was bas- farm shop team, composed "^ °" ur ' Incident that occurred 1 Wildy und Newell Jerome severs) months ago. about the • '••'— the robbery as alleged to Wilson Society — Personal in Mississippi couniy. After the noon hour there were several entertainment features. These consisted of assembly singing.' miiK-hlng, games, stunts and playlets. Each club pre.wnied stunt. A playlet p«l Perry 4-H club, whici rd by Mrs. Delia Ozte Ing the Children " Ti Among ine Cornell who saw Katherin the Barretts ol Wimpole Street at Memphis Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Lee Wilson jr., Mrs. R. E. Lee Wll- Frank son anil daughter, Mrs. Weston of Springfield, Moss. "' as C0ilc "- -Mines. J. A. Merrill, J. H. Crain, Joe Cromer, John Enochs, C. L. Hird. Walter Card. H. M. Lewis, and Misses Hortensc Goodlow the i Mary Symoii'Js. Jeanette Phillips club I Mario » Chandler, Octa Norman '- W;1S "l ral "l M;iry IX)ulsc Or « son ' h 's «a«Bht a (Claire Hairston, Virgie Rogers The Gosncil RllbJ . C rain, ft far>- Luise and - time nave been committed. Williams, ccording to witnesses, putted a. un on Magistrate E. P. 'Alston at 5anila. A charge of transporting liquor gainst Leon Taylor, negro, was ismissed on recommendation of fficers. The negro found a gal- on of liquor, cashed under a gin Jlatlorm where he worked, and i p as attempting to slip away with he liquor when he walked Into the rms of an officer. The latter had ccelved a report that the liquor riad been placed there. Charges of disturbing the peac gainst two negro youths who stag ed a fist fight were dismissed. A charge of breach of the peace against George Worsley was nol- pnusc-d when the complaining witness failed to appear. The warrant had been issued at the request of David Gwaltney, cousin of Wursleys former wife, Melzina Worsley. Walter Scott, negro, was . fined >10 and sentenced to l& days in 'alJ for petit larceny. A petit larceny, charge against 'Arthur Col- m!lru '°»presented a piano duet by Christine cans, twins, a comic "Fresh Roasted Peanuts' Josephine Bry- read Frances Gaty. Jake Counts and daughters Misses Jewell and Doris, and Miss , ,, ua E , % by Beaufort Hawkins and Anita Brycans gavt a dialogue, "Sally in the City." New- Liberty Club gave -' l !l " th " stunts u... 5 , Busies jewen ana uons. and Miss giv- |Fannie Denhnm spent Sunday as - ••*>«• ., oajn; lv\;\lvft ny gWs of the Promised Land Club. The Manlln 4-H Club gave the Virginia Reel which was very pretty. At Lhn conclusion of this program the president said, "This program today shows how anv • -'" iel!t haVe guests of ifr. and Mrs. Harry Vin r«i[ al Union City. Tenn. Miss Velna Baker of Memphis and Dwight Anderson and Air [and Mrs. Albert Greenwell spen Sunday as guests of Mr. and Mrs '.Melvin Anderson"at Warden, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kehart o Little nock are the guests this i week of the Rev. and Mrs. H. M lewis. Dr. N. B. Ellis went, to Little Rock Monday to attend a stat entertainment with no cost. work done by the .council auil said' 'All of us seek health and liapDi- "•'"• This program l,as illustrated ',vc may have both." cvcnl medical meet how w Shady Lane Community Club Holds Meeting The J. H. D. Club of Siiaeiv Lane community jnet with Mi_i Dolme Gunter Friday night. Miss Vivian Dixon preside)!. Encli ol the 1C members answered roll call by telling what /lowers she had planted since last club meetm" A committee of thiee was n'n- poinled to make plans for an entertainment to raise money to be used In club activities. A program committee was also appointed contest Miss Cora won the prize, a In a flowei Lee Cole-man handkerchief, At the conclusion of the business session refreshments were served by Miss Tvq O'Neal. Mrs Fairht. and Miss Louise Payne. Two visitors. Miss Dorothy Mc- Murly and Mrs. A. A. Ounter were present. Steamer Capitol Coming x to Caruthersville Soon The big. New Orleans Excursion Steamer Capitol is coining to Ca ruthersville for nn excursion on the night of April 30. The Pemi scot, County Post No. 88. American Legion, will sponsor the trip The Steamer "Capitol" is the largest steuiwhecl passenger steamer on [he Mississippi, and after a very successful winter season at New Orleans is starling its annual crniw up to St. Paul at the head of navigation. Captain Roy Strcckfus will be in command when the big ship lands at Caruthersville, where the genial captain has a large ac- The Capitol has been redecorated and several changes have been mailc for (he comfort and convenience of the passengers. The most nolice.iblo change is the eii- J.irgimj of (he lounge at the forward end of the dance floor. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Wilson, Mr P,T.A.News Then were 16 member* of the Blythevllle P. T. A.'B at the <Ui- trlct meeting In Marked Tree IMI Wednesday. This gave the attendance prize to Blyltievllle, a subscription to the Child Welfare magatines. The Mother's chorus, with Mrs, P. B. Joyner as accompanist, sang at the meeting. Tlie Senior High P. T. A. met Tuesday with Mrs. B. A. Lynch presiding. The following pj-ogrwn was given: President's message, Mrs. L. E. Old; high school quarter selections, Carl Hylee, N. B. Meard, Robert L. Fisher and Leroy ); Discussion "The youth of j" Dr. Long of Jonesboro Japtlst college, Jonesboro. Miss Japes' room had the largest ut endanoe and so won the prize. Tlie Junior High P. T. A. met Thursday with a program on Profitable Reading", lu charge . of Miss Velda Adcock. Mrs. H. A Smith, librarian, sent to the P T. A. a list of books for students and adults which may be obtained at the library for summer read- ng. Miss Martha Wiiiborn sank wo selections. Sis dollars was slowed for new books In the library It was voted to entertain the senor class with a picnic in May These officers were elected: Mrs A. M. Washburn, president; Mrs R. Saxe, first,vice president; Mis. Hazel Sample, second vice presl dent; Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford, secre tary; Mrs. John McHaney, Ireas urer; Mrs. George Cross, historian The new officers will be instance, at the May meeting when a socia: meeting will be held. The Junior High P. T. A, won the prize for the largest group attendance at the Marked Tree meeting. Mrs. A. M. Washburn Is having a benefit bridge party for Miss Hood's girl scout troop at her home Tuesday evening. There will be a prize for each table. Mississippi Desperado Fac- cs Federal Prosecution al Oxford IOYKARSAGO "mm Ihf <l'~ .»» iht MrttttW- PAGE THRHR Mr*. H. U. Hilii, Die, After a Year's lllnsss Thurstk&y, April II, 19'>4. llev. C. E. Clininbcrs, who resigned u'ceuUy as pustoi ot Hie ChiLsllan chinch, has accepifil a cull to the ClsiislUm vluirdi »( Forney. Tcxus. I''onn v y is n sumll city r.i'nv Dallas \illli u s)>U>iul.>> rm m tins county chmcli. (iccorillng to Mr. chum- ni;o. will go on ivlHl, tcts, llw sliui-turf cast in", some l-l ill Inn IIM-IK ^nvi.,,_ . <|][1 ftW). Rouey Eaton, notorious Missis- Ippl tlexpfvtuto and escaped .llli ermei. captured In this county overs! weeks ... ... .-... (rdi'ral court, til tne term ojx'ii- 1 Oxford. Miss., loiiay. faces a cliuvge of vlulul- ..... . ...... ... .. ,.,.„, «B Hie Dyer HCI Uy a stolen car across n line. GJTiciTS Strcnneyer find l.utlrell u big haul in the capturo Is tnlcl lo be UK- most the charge Is n c»mp»rnllYrly pri'U'nl'.ous and well ntnor one coinpuri'il wiih Eaton luis faced nnd is >v. ,„ confronted with in Mississippi state I mult 1 .'Mill ever \Veduc.xlay i'rires Offered for Best Essays by Arkansas Students courts, u wax the ,net of ililving I stolen cur across a Mule boun-' dary. cuuptcd '.villi the curlier "'•'' liieft of n fi-iteriil ..u'wn'.s cur In -i»" a drunken spvcc- in Mississippi, l IJHVC federal officers grounds Kins liriw. have PIHT)I:IM tl the «Hl.i founiiiln fiirmcrly useil by Roblnsnn Drug CM. aiul uro moving H io Cvx'rolu uht-ic they lire lo o|K'n n c(mlcLtl^:i<-]y and Ice IT. nil bu.'.lne .s. olit of Eatoii. .rrsulilny In . Capital piinislmiciiL is pti^siiilf un a roblx-ry cluirgo Kaion has tti face later In state couit. Tlic <U\sj>eiLUlo mil woik on l!lytlii-vli:<''.s 102-1 slit'i t p:ivhr{ Thi) iijinunl esfny contest for Arkaii'ns stititrnls In erninmnr and lilxh schODh. .s|xinsoicd by (lie Arkiins.i.s Division of Ihe United HiiiiKhli-rs of the Confcileuicy, lias lieen tninonncMl. A number of .subManlj.i) prta'S nre ofTcird. Tor hlsli srfiool stu- dint< of Ihe tenth, elovrnt) Uulllh grades, iheru h a (f SIO lor Hie best essay on Seven (in:eiiils of l'hll!i|is (.-viiy" iiiicl a M'fonil prixc of «. .Slmlliir 'Vi/is ale (.ifi-rtil fdi eisnys t)]| "Hldney I.anlur, Prx't anil Mnslc- C'uufi'ileriite Ciivaller". StiKlenl.s In the klxlh, feventh nnd diihlh iijnl ninth t™<lra ut 1 lehw oHcrctl prbvs al $7.S« and each for Hie IKSI essays In (J('a';in UHiuy IJIKILI- inr (ll]-,-i-tU]tl I,. ~"7 .-,..-_. .. ... ..... ol John II. House,' lll! ? rls f " f ILs !Jfft ". " jL ' lri WheiL' mud incvrnlcd tlw ims.:™ 11 I)llvLli " mi Stcc-Mlon", n Mrs. Elsie B. Hillls, «-yoar- old wile of H. M. Hlllli, died Monday morning al the home of her daughter, Miss Bessie mills, 603 Lake St., following a year's III- I'.fSS. AH:-r several mmulis trcalraenl «l Ilie Jilythevllle liospltal the wus removLd to the home of HIT itmigliU-r where the guutuuliy Blew worse. Fimcrnl services were held fiom • tlie residence at 3:30 o'clock this afternoon, wllh the Rr/v. E. K. |!.:Ulmer, jnslor of the I Christian [•liurch, asslsli-C by the fiev. W. ,1. U-noy, jw.stor ol tlie Luke Streu Mellicdisl churdi. In tlie M'i'V'Icc-s. Burial wn.s maiif Hi Ehnwootl ct'jni-twy mill UK.' Oobb Unilci taking coni.'l-ny In cli.M'ge of urrangL-meiHs. .The dix-'fiiseti, «|io «us u native of Tennessee, came here six years ngo I mm Knglanil, Ark. Tivo yours ago Hie Iiuully « Flut Lake vvhcr;- tiny liuvi; ince made Iheh liome. . lii.sliU's her Inisbuml ihe ilirceas- (1 Is survived by il^ht .sons- iinil liiiighlers: J. N. Ijiukfurd, nnil Mrs. H. Hill of England, M. C. Hills of Llllle ' Hock. Houston mil Misses liessle, I'aulinu, Chui- Ilile unit Helen Joyce, of litre. ier mother, Mrs, J. I), Cope tit Tyler, T'eMn.s, tlntH.' sisters nnd Irot'hcrs. k.u.i ..^l-ll". I1U1II IIIJIUII-^II. .Y1IXUS- ?Ippi cilliceis had fulled rc-pcnlctlly I to rt-ci.piiiie Ktiton IMU a wild I 'K\ cf robbery and tlnrnku'iniesi ivnal \\ecks ago led him to llccj ) Die Little Hlivr suction, ir-'i>r lylhevllle. Hi; was c:i|itiued 111 rnrintvutsc there by Mississippi I lins, negro, was dismissed. Carl Ledbetter h»s been fined $150 for illegal possession of intoxicating liquor. Roosevelt King, negro, has been fined J10 tor assault and battery " ' Mit Crowley sentenced to was fined 110 and 30 d*ys in jail lor ., _„,„ ... ,„„ „,. petit larceny. Essie Davis, west end resident,, was cleared of a charge of disturbing the" peace tcr Dell Ringer. Miss Elolse Wrigh and Miss Dorothy Gideon attend cd tlie American Legion dance at Lepaiuo Monday night. C. W. Fterguson and Lex Nicholson have returned from a bus' .ess trip to St. Louis. Rev. H. M. Lewis, J. D. Herron sud J. T. Douglas attended the banquet and opening of the American Legion hut at Lepamo •Monday niglit. Manila Society — Personal ======== Mrs. F. M. Sweet, who has been with her mother, Mrs. B. W. Cowan, returned to her home in Moiiette Monday. Mrs. B. W. cowan, who was recently injured in an automobile accident, is much imp.-oved and is able to be up again. Arnold Hulton has gone to Detroit, Mich., where he expects to work. Miss citloe scott was at home for hie week end but has gone back to Memphis. Tol Tatuin of Jonesboro was In Manila Sunday nnd was entertained m tlw home of Mr. and Mrs H. W. Cowan. Muss Martha Blyllic. who is attending state College at J D)WS 1 spent the week end with her its. Rev. nnd Mrs. J. w. r. and Airs Local School Is First in Coimty Negro Competition The Blythevllle negro school, with 39 points,. won flrst honors In the 201h annual: literary and field meet of Alississjppi county negro schools at Osceola Friday. Armorel. with 37 points, -placed second. The meet, supervised by A. H, Currie, was attended by approximately 300 students from 23 negro schools of the county^ In the elementary division, judged by 'Miss M»ude Littleton, Mrs Spencer Driver, arid Miss Lillian Patterson, all of Osceola, Armorel nad 20 points, Carson 18 points, and Blytheville 16 points The Junior high school division was Judged by George Deer, sup- enntenoent of the city schools at Osceola, Mrs. C. L. Moore and. Mfcis Hou-ells, also of Osceola. Hrst, second and third places were fls f o ))o,r s: Second grade reading-Blythevllle. Reiser Osce- ni P ,u Pi " t graa * reading - Marie, «£ • ° Kfo> *- Third grade arithmetic - c.rson. Hightower, Cr List Delinquent State Income Taxpayers LITTLE ROCK—With less than one month remaining In which Income tax returns to the state of Arkansas may be filed without penalty (or the calendar year 1933, the Income tax division of the state revenue department is compiling a list of delinquent taxpayers for 1932 with the view of collecting the tax due, plus the penalty and Interest. For the past several weeks the department has been compiling the delinquent list for 1931, and «11,183.IC in delinquent taxes for the two years has been collected with auditors still at work on the list. H. L. Finn, deputy revenue commissioner, and R. W. Jernlgan auditor, both formerly of Jonesboro, will be at the following places in northeast Arkansas to assis taxpayers In filing their 1933 returns, it has been .announced b? Bail Wiseman, commissioner o; C»rson, Luxora. Fifth «Pe»lnB - C«non, Luxora, r ayou ' Slxth « r '" le spelling -Orlder and Carson tied for first, >w « r «•><> Blytheville Seventh grad* lan- Vic- for thl "l- health - Armorel. Carson and GrWer nd. Hlghtower. Kin m , - Blythevin* .nd U, guest* of Mrs. I. c Stuck day. Mrs. E. yv. Church Bills Al a mceliiiB of the board of the First Christian church last evening, it was announced that all bill. 1 ! were p.iid and that (here was a balance in Ihe treasury. This group i-s making extensive Wans tor Ihe evangelistic meeting :.j be held here beginning May 6. -n- Mrs. Bil, , painfiil Tta -s • J. P. the home of tikn '" a fa " cn s Bmiar<1 lospltal ln Sllt( " ( ' d r for grade for tndy Bayou, Hwora; .,, lrrmrQ1 . ate. Armorel and Carson tied for first, Pritrdshlp, Luxora; Junior high, Armorel, Owsote, Blytiiertlle Music—Primary vot»l solos Carson, Grlder- and Armorel tied Tor second. Ceceola; »o)os Armorel, Blythevllle; Intermediate vocal, Arrnorel, Ortaer, BlytheriDe- Piano, Armorel, BlytherJlJe; junior high male voice, Bythevllle Osceola, Armorel; quartet, Armo. rcl, Blytheville, Uraow. Athletics-Standing braid Jump Frenchman Bajou, Anportl, Victoria and Carson tied lor third- running broad Jump, Biytheville, Older, Armorel; boys' 50 yd. dash Birdsong, Aimorel; flrls' 50 yd dash. BlythevlHe. Armorel; 100 yd.' dash, Blythevllle, Qeceola- boys' basketball, BlyUievllle; girls' bas- Blytheville. revenue: Jqnesboro, May 8 .to" 11, i..^ u sive; Paragould, May 10. 11; Bly Iheville, May 3, <, S; Osceola. Maj The time for filing 1933 return ill! expire May 15: All partner ships and corporations doing bus iness In 'Arkansas are required file returns, regardtess of ,,, amount 'of profit or loss sustained Unmarried individuals with Incom.; of } 1,500 or .more, and married persons or heads of families with incomes of $2,500 or more, must make returns or be subject to drastic penalties. ouiily o.'llcers and fruVni] Henry (Jrabbe. Joel llawtl ami !harli.s McCOmbs aiv also chnrg- d nlil; the Dyer Act violation long u:ih Emon. Two uf Iliem -en tni'lurcd wllh hiit In tliis Liltles Remodel Home Jfiglttniver News Mr. anil Mrs. Krlit! Cipjis of lux- urn visited friends here over the euk end. Mr.*. L LOII&; nnd Mte ailth I'c- ii-ts oi I.uxorn' ami MLss Mabel llnulren of the Blytncvlllp hos- pllal visllcd rjlnlives here last 'I'lunsday. "i'l'd Cnrr has returned Irom Missouri, u-lifrc he vLslted his nmthrr. Tile small ilaugiUer oi Mr. and l Mrs. Marlon Taylor was bitten by 7'lie corlest will close Septem- l»r 1 with each school sending In three, best issays on encli inbjrcl, Details of ihe crniles' may be ohlahuMl frnm thn local U. D. C. president, Mrs. James B Goxnell Marl Crawford Is very 111 till 1 week. Mr. unil Mrs. Homer Tucker returned from n visit In CiiJI- I a (|0|; while on her way to school tornln 'I-Yldiiy. U has not been determined! There will lie nil day services u llio Ang was mad but the Die new church on On- four!) taftln gantl-rables treat- Mr, and Mrs. A. U. LlUle nre c.vlW Is !mo<lrting their home. "Fair- nwitls. elds." on the Promised Land road. I The inghtowcr bull team dc- rrie sloping bunaalow is hiding fcatfd (lie New Snlem lean) on Uic onvertcd Into a colonial home of local diamond Sunday afternoon. wo stories with white columns on \ he fronl. A .sun roo:» iSibeiiisr- The pimiclpnntx of the Cullfor- ddud rm one' side and n - ' nrt furnace room on SuiHlny of this monlli with din nrtr served. All are asked to brlnn » basket. Mrs. Ruth Williams left todn! for Detroit, Mich., for a visit. M mbers oi Die 4H t-!nb wen — - - ~ on a picnic Tluirsdny afternoon n'.w rolti rash of iu;u wt-re known accr.mpunlcd by Mr. and Mr.< Dunce en]is were named nfur a learned Scotch clergyman. Duns ScoliK. who livtrt In 111.- lath century. ' THEDFORD'S J ; BUVCK: DRAUGHT; /FAMILY •W 1 } J LAXATIVE Y UKADfc A Raw Milk Crafg's Dairy WiO Build New Home The O. c. Hardaway Cotton Co has purchased the property of Mr and Mrs, Prink Thrasher on Barfleld road. It is planned to erect a ,,-.. home on the grounds next fall which will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Whit Goodman. Mr. Goodman Is a member of Ihe firm which bought the property, including a three room house and an sere of ground. Ottnton News Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Skipper of Kennett were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Longacre. •Miss Olodean Slayton was the guest Sunday of Miss Velva Lester of Holland. Mr. Mid Mrs. Roy Skipper of Kennott 6pent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Elvis Kentey. Mrs. Frank McClanahan spenJ the week end with Mrs. Jessie Mc- Clarmhtn of East Prairie. Estelte Umgacre Is ill. Mrs. A. A. Slayton was the guest Sunday of Mrs. J .W. Stanfleld. Bern » td ' s lhis wcek f home •Mrs. Max Barowsky Is n New York City. Read Courier News Want AH*. Blarney Castle, near Cork, Ireland, contains the famous Blarney stone, which fe supposed lo give anyone who kls«s It powers of persuasive eloquence. Driver Grove Mr. «nd Mrs. Blt|h» 3w>ln are tfce parents of a daughter, born April 6. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Robinson of Pecan Grove and Mrs. Larson Cnimp were guests of Mr. and Mrs Charles Stwlnger Sunday. Mr .and Mrs. Bart Richardson of Missouri were guests Sunday 0 ( the lattcr's parents, Mr. and Mrs Charley Brock. Mrs. Cecil Toland Is sick tills '•reek. Rursla fought *|aimt England. France, Turkey and Sardinia in the Crimean W»T. Ai\ plant propellers spin ctock- wite. L. G. MOSS Blythevilte's Cut-Rat* UNDERTAKER Why Pay A Mr Price? LUCKIES ARE ALL-WAYS KIND TO YOUR THROAT f?Ludi« arc made of only the cl«n jouad, firm, fully paikcd-no cniij. Thar's wliy I.ucfctcs 'k«cp in con- in'—do not dry out. l.uAics arc center leaves — the mildest, hcsr-luiing tolaccos. Am\ ihcn,'U'j lolilcil' foi ihroat protection. Every Lucky Strike U "It's toasted" •Iwiyj in j|l-»-ayi kiaj to youc thtoit. 59 Luckics arc all-ways kind lo your throat Only the Center Leaves—these are the Mildest Leaves ••

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