The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 26, 1930 · Page 3
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Friday, September 26, 1930
Page 3
Start Free Trial

FRIDAY', SRPTEMBKR 20, inso JHATHEVILLB, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Luxor a Society—Personal iContimtccl from page one) pallbearers for tiie deceased 1ms- Mrs. Sue Brown Kntctlalm Club. • I Mrs. Sue Brown was hostess lo the afternoon bridge club Wednes- uiw afternoon, enwriniiiini) four tables of players. The uest- ILsl liibsml: Geor B e McLcod, John Ronty, ; ciuded Mesdume s j. ?. Pride, John Bill Kenonn.N. A. Rued, T. By- ; M , v ,.. s clarencc nim, G. G. Caudlll. Mrs. Satily is survived by a sls- ur, Mrs. Annls Thomas ol Ken- lucky, three brothers, Burcli Graham ol Detroit, Casey Graham and Claude Cialiam of St. Louis am 1 an aunt. Mrs. R. H, Bruce of , Meyers, Clarencc Vollmer and Win. 1 Wunderlich of lilytheville and Mrs Lloyd Juilson of O.sceola. High j score pri&e was awarded Mrs. Al| vin \Vundfrlich, consolation Mrs. III. C. Langston, ami high score PAY TRIBUTE TO. iNIHlDLO i Osceola Bar Adopts Resolutions on Death of Distinguished Lawyer. OSOEOLA, A»k., Sepl. 2«.—Ttu Osceola Bar Association, al n meeting yesterday passed resolutions on the death of Hon. R. II. Dudley of Jonesboro, former circuit Judge of the Second. Judicial crds of the courts of the Osceola district of Mississippi county. Sign' fd, J. T. Coslon. G. B. Sfgroves, Chas. >:. Sullenuer, committee. niay is survived by four brothers, Joe and Earl Snnty of Hosaclare, III, C. C. Saiuy of Cal- ifcrnia, and R. E. Santy of 8t. Louis, and a sister, Mrs. E. E. Wallace of Harrisburg. 111. went to Mrs. Clarence Voll- • district, who elide- on September 19 The resolutions In full read us follows: ' . "Hon. R. II. Dudley was born COMFORT DEMANDED PLYMOUTH, Ind. <UP)—Whether In Jail or out, one should be comfortable, Mrs. Bernlce Horeifce tcld officers ns she .started serving a 3U-d«y term (or possessing liquor. She recmested a rocking chair and a pillow. Ol.n SNAKK BITK FATAL W1NONO, Minn. lUi'l-BIUm In the \fg by H rattlMiiiiXe 35 years ago, Joseph Glowcfewskl <llf<l recently from effects of the bite. A(-' ttr beinic given up ul the time when uiUen. Glowrwvriiki recovered but. .•Mineral recurrence. 1 ! of llu trTcm. Ho was blllen whlk' harvesting liay on a farm near Acailla. W. A, IJ'iai-s Is ill ul the homo of Mr. und Mrs. Parnsworlh muck. The government of Greece has i.tiiKixl for annutil demonstrations of liiiclors, nurlcullurnl machinery und equipment, to determine the types stilled to local conditions. CARI> OK THANKS Wo wish to I hunk our many friends for their ItJndiwss mid sympathy .shown llirouifll the IllnohS iifld death of oiu* daughter, Mr. un4 Mrs. N. C. Coniiclty and Family. Wednesday night Miss uorothy In 1812. HP died September 19, 19110. Brown was hostess to the night;"* »'M. therefore, fifty-eight years bridge club and several out- of «' o(je at ihe time of his death, i town nuesU wers included In the When he was a .VOIKIB miin he guest list enjoying her hos- 'aught school and studied law. He [litality were: Misses Dolly Gos- v.-ich. Annie Hodges. Haral Hroach, Lois May Po»-e). Toulse to Ihe bar in 1905 and located at PJggolt, Arkansas, where he formed u partnership with Hon. Hulson. Maxlnc Brown, Wllma W- E. Spenccjor the practice of Tennyson, Georgia Ainu, ballew, en [.'*»; "«.»:«* a hard student_and his r' L I r> r' • • lla Crate of Osceoln, Miss Kather- Hsh and Lame Limmission ! lm , Dav i,, S an Antbr to Show Winged and Four-Footed Creatures, One of the most interesting exhibits at the county fair this year will be the exhibit of trie Plsli and Ciams commission. Warden Olr, Cummhigs will be in charge of thr exhibit, which will bbe sent here from the headquarters of tl) ecom-' mission at Little Kock. •*' Mink, coon, 'possuni, bob cats and other species of wild life, pheasant, quail, duck, geese, and many other kinds of wild fowl, and numerous live fish will make up the exhibit.. Forty feet of space in the commercial exhibit c?nt has been allotted to this exhibit which cx'hibil which will be sent here frcm the hc-adtiuarters of the cam- Another added attraction will be the flying circus which will be pli> on by the CurtlES-Wrlght Flying Service of Memphis. K. E. Yoder. chlel pilot and operations manager of the Curtis-Wright Service, will bring a number of planes to Blytheville among which will be a Sla.OOO Travel-Air cabin Job. Arrangements are being made to put on an air circus each morning and afternoon during the fair. In addition to the cirais, the planes will carry passengers, using the field in the Pride Addition for their base of operations. Bodnnr Brothers Shows have again been engaged to play the fair. Carrying seven rides and dozen 'or more shows, they will move .onto the grounds . Monday, ee"pleiriBeT" < 29fh a'nd remain alfthe week. Included in the list of rides is the Lindy-Loop which made such a hit, here last year. Another gtod cue is the Till-n-Whirl which always .gives a thrill. Merry-go- round, Whip, Seaplane, Ferru Wheel, Joy Ship and others make up Ihe list. ' Everything is being put in readi- Misses Lucile Arm-! labors were duly rewarded. He rose Louise Taylor. Jua-1 rapidly In his profession. He war i hi; soul of "Honor "in his privah life and In the practice of his pro- ie.sMun. He therefore commanded the respect of laymen as well as members of the bar and the court. He was elected circuit Judge of the Second Judicial district of Arkan- Uixora, and strong. Mury nila Smith and Mrs. Fiancis Cari periter of Blylhevllle and Miss Ju• aic of Osceoln. nio, Texas, and T Ballew and Miss Nora Luxora HiKh score prize i was won by Miss Louise Hudson : and-consolation by Miss Annie Leu fas in 191« and again i j „„,,„,,. served with distinction, but resign- 131U and again in 1920, and Hodges. Osceola Society—Personal Seventy-five mothers attended he moling of the grammar school Parent -Teacher Association here yesterday afternoon with the prize [fcred monthly going to the third grade for having the largest nuin- jer of mothers present. The second, third and fourth grades rated hundred per cent in membership dues paid by mothers. Miss Blanche Cleere read the state president's message, this be- ng the first regular meeting of the year, and Mrs. Howse was on the program for a discussion of "The Use of Leisure - qf , Tomorrow." Short talks on present projects nd year's, objectives were made By LULU jcait uujc^.mc.1 ~._ii. ...«v.^ ».. options bs l Supt. Geo. Doyle and Mrs. J. S Me- glld Q c() p y to ed to filter the practice of law in 1922. Hc> then located at Jonesboro. Arkansas, where he Immediately I took front rank among the tead- I Ing lawyers' of the state and eom- I manded a lucritive practice. He wus also an active member of the Baptist church. In -him was a ran combination of a distinguished lawyer and a consecrated Chris lian. He fulfilled the duties of citizenship in all of its aspect.-,. Therefore, be It resolved by th' i Bar Association of Osceola, Arkansas; First, that in the death of Hon. R. H. Dudley the Bar of the state has lost, one of ils ablest «nO most highly respected members. Second, the state has lost onn ot its most patriotic and useful citizens. Third, that his family has lost e devoted husband and father, and we extend to them our sincere condolence in this their darkest hour Fourth, that a copy of these res- olutluas be lumished the family Cants, principal of the grade | school. Mrs. Maggie Barbiers was appointed delegate to attend the sixth annual convention of the state P. T. A. Congress to be held in Jonesboro, Ark., Oct. H, 15 and 1G. . An autograph quilt will be the month's money making • project, a .charge^.Af. ten cents being.made to "Have" oriVs name embroidered on the quilt, which will when -completed be presented to Ihe donor holding the lucky numbered receipt. The year's objective will be the purchase of play ground equipment. Announcement- was made of a week's school of instruction to he held here in November when Miss p ress n, a! b6 entered upon the rec- riess this week. The tents will ar- G °' da .' p ? le . statc ?• T - A: .- instruc- rive tomorrow and put up on the grounds on North Second street. Pens and -sicills will be erected in the cattle and hog show tent and bootlis built in the other exhibit tents MILS week, so that all the exhibitors will have to do next week is bring their exhibits and turn them over to (he committees. Cotton Seed Market MEMPHIS, Sept. 26. (UP)—Cot- Ion seed closed steady today. Sept. out; Ocl. 20.25b; Nov. 2G.- 50b; Dec. 2G.50; Jan. 27.25b; Feb. 27.SO: Mar. 28b; April 2850; May 29b. No sales. Cotton seed meal closed steady. Sept. out; Oct. 27.60 flat; Nov. 28 Hal; Dec. 28.25 flat; Jan. 28.75 to 29.25; Feb. 28.75 to 29.50; Mar. 29.50 to 29.75; April 23.75 to 30'' May 30 to 31; Sales, 3.100 tons. tor. will conduct a course'in organized P. T. A. study. .'Mrs.- J. E! Burchfleld, Mrs. Claude Thomasori and Mrs. Harry Jones were appointed a special commot-tee to revise the organization's by-laws, and standing committees for the year ivere announced, as follows; Program committee, Mrs. Maggjs Barbiers, Mrs. Howce. and Miss Nan Frances Warren; hospitality, Mesdames H. J. Hook, W. W. Pr.iwiCt and Leo Schreick; finance, Mcs- dames J. S- Dlllahunty. Clint Caldwell and F. L. Phipps; study chairman. Mrs. Harry Jones; historian; Mei. John WJiitworth: chairman of child welfare and publicity, Mrs. Harry Miller. Mrs. E H. Stevjns was chosen head mother for the year, and grade mothers were announced as follows: first grade, Mrs. E. S. Driver; second. Mrs. Gilbert Cough; third, Mrs. Frazhr: fourtli. Mrs. Paul Comvay: fifth. Mrs. Harry Miller; sixth, Mri C. C. Bowen. A sccial hour followed the meeting were served by he (wo table contract bridge chib o which she belongs, entertaining ,t her home on Broadway Wednes- lay afternoon and Including amen;: he guetts two extra tables of rlends who played auction. Guests besides "the club members wci.j Mrs. R. S. Wilson Jr. of F,arie;cAi-k.-, \letdames F- P. Jncpbs. J. H. Love- j well, W. J. Shcddan', A. W. Bowen, I odfrey Whit.?, J. W. Cnrtwrighl , Jr., Chas. Rose, Ben Butler and [ Ed L- Quinn. Mrs. Guy Bryan 1 . '. won high score club pri/e and Mrs. i D. S. iLaney low score. Mrs. A. W. Bowen won high score guest prize and Mrs. Godfrey Whit.?, low A delicious plate lunch was following the same. Mrs E. M. Aycrs and children, of ' Osceola, are guesls of relatives here today. Mr?.. J. J. Field, Ray Jackson and and refreshments Miss Isabel Field motor?d to Para- the hospitality committee. go«ld this afternoon. I Mrs. Hale Jackson was hostess to SAFEGUARD Against TYPHOID and many other dread diseases BY USING BENNETT'S PLASTEURIZED MILK The Only Safe Milk To Use PHONE 74 For Daily Deliveries Mr. and Mrs. Ben Butler and cliildren attended • the Mid South r In Memphis yesterday. ! Were Expecting You to Attend Our FORMAL OPENING Tonight at Seven Oc'/oc£ . i Music by Jimmy Boyd and His Lucky Devils McMULLIN'S CASH GROCERY A Home SALT MEAT Itest IMlit* I'ountt 18c FRYERS Full Dressed Pound K. C. llriskef found 12ic CHEESE Wiscoasin, Full ^ I'ountt Lamb Small Sprtnir Koro Quarters ipuno.i Hind Quarters Pound lie:' 17k' GRAPES Concords Basket ISc BANANAS JumlxB. Nice Golden Fruit I'ountl 5c The New Mead Clothing Co. Sooner or later, a cigarette is judged on taste alone Peaches Evaluated. Fancy New Crop. 25 Lb. Box' $2.89 COFFEE C'anova, Pound Can Pound OLEO Foresl Pnrk, Colored Pound <S il: T ~"-I??Tt\' ^.V^?*.?*•-'-' j -Vi-.—'"TV-K y..VTip--> • •.. . mm mim taste ONE will always stand out! © 1930, IIGCTTT te Mvus TOBACCO Co. scic 1'urc Crciimrry, All Brandn 1'ntm.I LETTUCE Nice Large Head • For Soap P&G 10 Bars 30c BROOMS SALMON' Tu " Ciin - Ahlsku c ^ or 2Sc MALT SYRUP RMeH ""- N °-(S 38c POTATOES 38c SNAP BEANS Nice S fie ?oSr-10c MUSTARD Polo Brand

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free