The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 30, 1930 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 30, 1930
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JESDAY,'SEPTEMBER 30, 1930 ' Bt.YTIIEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS !E 'Contliwd from page one) arrangement, in fact, this carefully planned denouement should be very gratifying to all banks In the |'State, save possibly those few wlo .ire not, connected with the Cald- wtll-banks-Home Insurance Com- Shawnee Fair Exhibits Picked At Community Fair Friday JOINER, Ark.—Tim sixth annual Bowdcn. Shaw-nee community fair held Friday In the Shawnee Consolidated Kcliool here under the direction of H. Spicer, teacher of vocational agriculture, ond Miss Ruth Pearce, home economics teacher, Included :i wide variety of exhibits of both Chocolate Foods fudge: first, 1/orcnc ; second. Hallle Hughes. Angel food cake: first, Mrs, Terror;-second Mrs. Slaton. Pound cake: first, Mrs. Ralph Bowden. home and farm products In spite: HiiHt-i: first, Mrs. W. A. Parker; • .. . i pany chain. And of course, there] (1 f u lf summer's drouth, and was | second. Mrs. C. B. Salmon. Educational KxhlWt Osceo/a Sociely-'^ Personal A new comtlUUlon and by laws were iidoplttl at the regular business mi'dlne of llie Buplisl WO- mtim Missionary Union held <U .ihc home of Mi. 1 -. E. 1). Rose yesterday afternoon nnd attended by twenty- six members, nnd plans were timdc for the week of prflycr for sinio mis;lons which will be observed of llw MelhodM Church and of- flcers of the women* organizations of tlio other prolestnnt dcnomhin- Horn nt n social meeting at/ ilu home of Mrs. 0. M. Harwell- Approximately a hundred women attended the social. Punch wus served when the niicsls tirrlv.'d week with meetings on Moil- Tiiursdav and Friday, after- c-! Judging of home products was! niijii school transput-tallon project. I I1(J1J11S aiul Wednesday evening, e-; t ; 0 ne by Miss Mildred Wilson, home i posters: first, (ifth grads; wcond ' The mcellni! was presided over ut. j t-coiiomics teacher of Wilson, and | (ourtli grade i bv Mrs. Ida Tucker, who h bc- may be a few bankers not living Intended by fanners and farm wo-, In northeast Arkansas who may i men f rom a n over the south end of i Project: first, Junior High school I ''"• nnd tl nect.ssajy to move over il! Uie county, ! health project; second. Junior!' 1 ^' they hope So be honored by t-lec. ' - - - - - - - > lion to the presidency or vice piesldency of the Association. Hut of course, tries;; things are not'the farm products were judgfd by i iixmTdiialp-jsUM-s-Kig'nlh grade: I Binnlnt! tlic tcnlh year as chairman Important. They an- moiely im-n->j. i,. Cherry of Blylhcvllle. the first Zeltu Mac Kobimim: K?cund. ' , best exhibits in each class to be j Gertrude Cliilik-rs. j consolidated In a community cx- i hibit. wliich will be sent to ihecoun- ! iy fair in Blytheville this• week. Outstanding among the farm cx- Ikmi-d in passing.' Mr. and Mrs. o. P. Pov.-eli and , daughter of Luxora visited Hev. and : !llblts was , hc d |. s))lay gf cotton and Mrs. J. T, Self here last Sunday. EOV |) Mns . ami u-.e canned goods Major Ray wa:; the guest 'fhurs- ~.L r)pl . h <lay of Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Stun- nu.. perhaps the ir.cst outstanding di.spliiy of home products, - . ! of tiu 1 urgani/iLlion, with ; officers i-lccicd as follows: .Mis. ' M L. Summers, firs: vico president', i Mrs. H. II. Jem's, second vice prc.v ' Idenl; Mrs. 11. II. Brooks, third vice ' •— i president; Mrs. 1. S, Hurton, sec| Miss Dorctliy Davidson of Eto- j rclary am | Mi>. C. C. Howen, trcas . wall was a Keiser- visitor Monday.: ln( ,,. R. M. Johnsan and daughter., .suimUnu eomrnltte.-s for the year Keiser News . Miss Esell, and Mr. ._uiid Mrs. Joss , nrl , follows: Enlislmonl nnd PAGE THREE HAVE a delightful afternoon of ' mp nl I.OVKRS WIN CHASE ATfjENO. (UP)) - Check pollco for I wo wccka chiised Gforg» CM- mrmell, a Sii-ycar-old music teacher who -lias been blind since birth, mid Fanny Agataki, one of O.rlmn- „., . , , "''"'- s U-ycar-old pupils. They dis- YOU can montl n broken partli-|<w-ml nmilly that llio Iwo sweet- by using i-lear Hirarls kid nieiu and con«rit to » regular marriage. BOOZE IN TENDF.E riRLLINQHAM,.. V/Mhi'. '(UP) Customs inspectors her*; looked In to the tender of a Great Northern , engine. A rase of whisky wan found • «•••"" »i«"«~ii «< i»in->..-.-n- -----i .• -i ...iui» MI-.II UH-.UI-, n;iu completed llicir honey- bobbins In the water Rcaivh ri> x ^ r^ e L s";-! ° r it'^T 1 ^ ^r. 1 :!: ! = ™\\"™« w .« **<*«*• piW^.^ m° r ™: Miss with music rendered by I |"H f^ lu ' tlml '- s USC( I lor r:;|j.ilr- i inni.-p n> Catherine Harwell and Mrs. E. S Driver. Mrs. Harwell's clous home wus decorated with a ' [)io(ii-:|u!i ol yellow mid wliite aut- ! unni Hovers, nnd tl:.-> same ccor' .sche:iif was curried through the refreshments or yellow and white : ice rienrn mid cake. Mrs W. w. I'rcwlu is cnlerlatn- tni! the four t.'iWc bridge dub to : which h)ie Moiigs ru her homo licrc Tlmisclay iiltcimion. Tin- William Strong Chnptcr of the I). A ti, which complies members from all over Norttieust AikuiiMis. will meet here Friday aflcincnn at the home of Mrs. \v. J. Driver with Mrs. Driver nnd Mrs. C. M. Harwell hostesses '"If l)llls ail( l banks. 1>l! " lni> '"""lien edges Athens to w.ilt for Fun-1 - , . , , Ribtons were awarded as follows: • Sliibbs attended the funeral of their bc'icvlcm committee- Mrs M U Mrs. Ell Back and daughters and Best ^ of chickens: Mrs. Q. cousin, and nephew, Do*; Johnson, . 3,'", u ™ chat™ MiV H H Mrs. Bush Hull visited in Cupe-1 £tar ] lng ! nrst;; Mrs .A. liuphes. sec- '. at Elowah Monday. Simnur.s, clutn.ian. Mi-s. It. H. Giiardeau Wttlnesday and-Thurs- „„,,. Mrs . Q starling, third. i Mr. and Mrs. Of day. - -- • > t H. A. Meadows of'Flint Mich., is Citing- his parents and other rcl- here. Emriietl Jones has a new Ford roalisUr. • Mrs. Rondo Burdeit and daughter of Ava, Mo., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. 1 John Greene here. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Dalton and son, of Kennelt, visited In Cardwell Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Pierce are attending the A. k M. college at Jonesbbro. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Stanfill of Bucoda visited relatives here Wednesday. . John Jones of Hollywood hail business In Cardwell Friday. Arthur Jones, who is attending Otto Kteler of Dell Best Hen: First, Mrs. Q. Star- : motored to Kelstr Friday. Mrs. ling; second, Mrs. A. Hughes. ' Kceler remained until Kimday with Best Cockerel: first. Mrs. Q. Star- ' her parents. Mr. and Mrs. II. ['. ling. ' Dimavant. Best ten ear exhibit, of com: firs'... C. L. Nichols motcrsc! to Walh. Bob Adams; second, 1). L. Speck; I MJ55.. Friday on business. He was third.-R. L.-Speck, • accompanied by Clyde Barker of Best, exhibit corn on stalk: first, Marie. A. S. Caterings; second, R. L. ' Mr. and Mrs. J. Stubbs and Speck. .Mrs. Stubb's sisters! Es?!l. Francis Brocks. Mrs. Henry Bradford, Mrs. Ada Butler and Mr* Roy Dillard. Program and mission .study committee: Mrs. n. H. Jones, chiiir- man; Mrs. J. S. McCanls, Mrs. Frank Shiftmen. Literary and Ibrary committee: Mrs. I. R. Burlon, chairman; Mrs. J. S. McCains nnd Mrs. K A Teaford Social and publicity committee: Best stalk staple cotton' first G ' and Ruby and brothers, Land, Erv- j Mla - c - c - "own. chairman; Mrs. ett ing and Earle have moved back \o i J s - DiUnliunty. Mrs. J. T Rhode?:. Keiser. . Mis. Smith pinl Mrrs. D. A. Slier. J. W. Woolen jr.,- and daughter. Ploy of New York city visited Mrs. C. L. Nichols and family Thursday. He was accompanied by, A. Salmon; second, Tom Wlllett,. Best .stalk short cotton: first. A. S. Catchings; second, .A. S. Catchings. 3 stalks sorghum: first, ;J. D. Ashburn. the.A, .& M. college at Jonesboro, spent the week-end here with his jKt rents. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Williamson and Charles Akers visited at Paragould Wednesday. Mrs. Carey Jahnson and chil- . Bj . urch. have returned home after n *""*"• visit, with relatives .at. LaGrange, Terui. ' . •*. Mrs. Kirk Roland of Senath visited her uncle here Thursday. Mr. 'and Mrs. J. A. George and daughter, Caroline and Mr. Turn- nest bale alfalfa hay: first, Wm. Meeks. . Btsl bale native hay: first, Wm. Mcsks. Best exhibit soy b?ans: first, J. D. Ashburn; second, E. J. Grout; third, W. D. GloVer. Best exhibit cow i»as: fust, Mr. Meeks. Best sunflower head: first. Jun- er'Brown',, all of Bucoda, and Roy Stanfill of'Cardwell, had business In Par'agould Wednesday. Mrs. C.'J. Akers and son have returned from a visit to Caruth- ersvlUe. Kirs. Leslie Taylor visited her parents at Holcomb last week. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Burcham, of f'llnt, Mich., are visiting their par- r ents and other relatives here. Mrs..' A.-J,. Richter. was' shopping in' Kennett Tliiirsday. W../A. .Haislipp ol Senath had busiriws in' : 0us"town Monday. •'3tvain' Benton-has'returned from a!business trip to Monroe,• La. iAlvln Sifford has a position with Uifj City Garage. 'Sidney Klhchen of Hollywood was a: Cardfrell visitor Saturday. ;Dr. Bonnywitt of near Evans- vUle, In'd., was a Cardwell visitor sittirdayl. .'Mr. a lid Mrs. J. A. George and daughter Caroline and sons Ovle afid-Olen, and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. sfonfill, all of Bucoda', visited in Cflrdwell Sunday. . IJa'ck Vivian.-'manager of Allen Brothers Stock company, was a Cardwell -visitor Thursday evening. 'Miss Beulah Shipmon of Memphis, spent the week-end with her parents here. .'John R. Mann, who is attending tlje A. & M. college at Jonesboro. spent the week-end with his mother, Mrs. John Mann. here. .Richard Lockard and Melvin G'podmati visited nt Leachville Friday evening. ;Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Woods have moved into the Steel property on Mlain street and are conducting a hijtel and rooming house. Carl Blair of Kennett has accepted a position with the Model Grocery and Market here. : William Frie and Bond Ray returned Friday evening from near Blythevillc where they have been employed. Greece has begun on extensive ('public-work program.' including water supply, drainage, reclamation and • irrigation projects and road construction for ^the economic development of the country. The human skin contains about 350 Opores to the square inc. Florida Is experimenting with mnskrats n the hope of starting a new fur industry. Best peck sweet potatoes: first, Tom Willett; second, Tom Willett. Best pumpkins: first, R. L. Speck; second. J. D. Ashburn. ' Best exhibit fresh vegetables: first, Mrs. Tom Wiliet-t.- , Best half dozm tomatoes: first, Mrs. Tom Willett; second,-'Virginia Sevmour. Mrs. J. W. Wooien' sr., of Coma. Miss., and Mrs. W. A. Woolen of Memphis. ' . Miss Aline Bowles motored to Marked Tree. Friday. Supt. W. E.'Pigfc and the Keiser football team attended the game at. Wilson Thursday. Harmon Wilson and Charles Nichols motored to Wilson'Sunday. The W. M. U. gave a pi? supper Friday night at the sctiool. The quilt, which the Baptist ladies made was won by Mr. Lee Williams. The Kelser Red Devils were defeated by Luxora Friday afternoon 7-0. Many attended the game from Luxora. Harmon Wilson was the referee. Miss Dorothy Brown of Luxora Personal service committee: Mrs. J. S. Birchficld. chairman; Mrs F. M. Saiigster, Mrs. C. E. Welch, Mrs. W. T. Tcole. Stewardship committee: Mrs. W. M. Stewart, chairman; Mrs. John Douglas. Mrs. Floyd Grimes, Mrs. Ed Beall. Chairman of young people's work, Mrs. M. M. Brooks- Circle B of the Methodist Womans Missionary Society yesterday afternoon entertained th? women I'AVOIiAllI.i; cashable Colo Best half dozen onions: first. Mrs. | will teach music here again this ' R. L. Johnson; second, Mrs. Meeks. | year. Best do/en pods okra: first, Mrs. j Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Chitds have- R. I,. Johnson; second, A. Hughes. |'as their guests, Mrs. Child's sis- Best dozen brown eggs: first, i ter and family of Illinois. Mrs. A. Hughes; second. G. A. . Tile ladies aid will meet with Salmon. ' ' Mrs. Harry Dunavant this week. Best egg plants: first. ..Virginia I' Dr. nnd Mrs. J. T. Polk of I-'or- Seymore; .second. Junior j 59rowri. '; rest City spent Saturday and Sun- Best .--ft-atehnelon: flrs^B. ;: B • clay wltli the latter's parents. Mr. Shelby. and Mrs.-'H. P. Dunavant. Best peanuts: first, John 'Albert Harmon Wilson and Miss Lucy Hill."|'" . .-•••.. | Dunavant and Miss Dorothy Dav- Cihuea Products'"" j idson of Etowah motored to Wllqrapes: first. Mrs. Johnson. : son Thursday night. .Bests: first, Mrs. Johnson; sec- • A box supper will be given for ond. Mrs. Sisk. . . ' '" : [he benefit ol the football boys. Peach preserves: first, Mrs. John- j Friday night at the school house. son; second, Mrs. Sisk. Grape juice: first, Mrs.' Salmon; second, Mrs. Johnson. •Beans: first. Mrs. J. B. Wilson- second.-Mrs. L. P. Bowden; third. Mrs. Salmon. Spinach: first, Mrs. Salmon. Carrots: first, Mrs. Johnson. Plum jelly:' first, Mrs. C. .A. Hughes; second; Mrs. C.;ft. HughVs. Okra: first, Mrs. Johnson; SEC- Dr. and Mrs. Gideon of Marie were visitors In Keiser Sunday afternoon.- Mr. and Mrs. . Clovis Crockett attended church here. Sunday night. Miss E.=ell Johnson. Mrs. Crews nnd Mr. R. M. Johnson. B. Crews ! motored to Polk. Miss., Sunday af- ! ter Mrs. R. .M. Johnson and son, I who have been there for the past month, ond. f.frs. Sisk. .•.•'•' ] : Harvey Wilson and Oris Chillis Honey: first, N. W. Lee; second, J motored to Memphis Sunday. C. A. Hughes. I Mr. and Mis. Joe Mount* and Soup mixture: first Mrs. John-:son Junior, and Misses Mary Faust son. . (and Katliryn Watts motored toOs- Green tomato relish:' first, Mrs. L. P. Bowden; second. Mrs. R. I,. Johnson. Green beans: first, Mrs. J. B. Wilson. Peach pickle: first. Mrs. R. L. Johnson; second, Mrs. N. W. Lsc. Peaches: first. Mrs. R. L. Jolm- VA/ASH away finger-mark* " ^ and blemishes as they apprar — lei easy washing replace redecorating! "Do" your walls with exquisite rones by use of \felumina Flat Wall Paint Shows no laps or brush marks — no disturbing glare. Call ot this store for color card. ccola Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Watts were | the guests'of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. J Anderson Sunday afternoon. ; Miss Dorothy Davidson of Elo- wah attended the pie supper here Friday night. Rev. and Mrs. Jordan left Monday for Black Oak an:l Jonesboro ; for a visit. The Juice of the papaya tree of Paraguay contains fibrin, a chemical protein found elsewhere only in the animal kingdom. BELCHING Won't CLASSIFIED Quid Relief Stomach Gas Take ./ son; second, Mrs. M. B. Shelby. Tomatoes: first. Mrs R. L. Johnson: second. Mary Seymore. | Watermelon preserves: first, Mrs. COW DROWNS Sisk. ! CENTRE HARBOR. N. H., (UP) ! Pear preserves: first, Mrs. A. ;— D.iisy, a Guernsey cow owned by Hughes. j Ernest Dane, drowned in two quarts Plum preserves: first, Mrs. Sal- j 'it water when it caught its' horn "ion. | in' a htok after lowering its head Home made soap: first, Mrs. Ter- I to drink from a pail : ry Mitchell. '' ' Hand Work House dress: first, clbina special; second. Edna Colwell. Buffet set: first. Anna Rutli Speck. Luncheon set: first. Mrs. C. Jordan. Centerpiece: first. Mrs. C. A. Hughes. ; Sheet and pillow case: first. M. C. Melton. Child's dress: first. Mrs. Bob Bowden. Boys' suit: first. Mrs. E. B. Bell. Fartcy apron: first, Ada Smith. Basket flowers: first, Mrs. C. A. Huglies. Pieced quilt: first, Mrs. L. P. Arkmo Lumber TOP PRICES HONEST WEIGHTS Courteous treatment from responsible employees 17 Gin Stands 8 unloaders mean QUICK SERVICE Head Courier News Want Ads. Horlick's. 1 us. It is different kelt. At better druggi cents foi and put tho mending tissue 1:11 Uir wroni? side, Imklliii; ihc lifihl shut a.s yen apply U. Hoi.l It a second or i\\o ui . to slay. If you [urn tin- lump so lorn pan Is not the ninsl mi-. .sjjlcuotis pail n! tin- whole .shade. BUDAPEST, Ull'J—For tjme In to years, according to"o'f- "~'ul statistics just . inndp public MNISIII-S lll'lt ACT : iiere, Hungary's trade balance hus UUHAPE.ST. ' lUi'i — Fr.inclskn ' wen a favorabb one, exports dur- Gal, a Himyaiion actress, fninted : uic piisl year exceeding im- mi the stage of a Budapest, theater' ports by $5.050,000. in the middle uf an act. hut r-- ' .. , ~^~, lunitd to resume Ira- role niter Jlead Courier News Want Ads. half an hour's Ilrst-nld attention. HORLI CK' K A C 1 N t, WISCONSIN AN ACCOMPLISHMENT WROUGHT IN THE FINEST TRADITIONS" Says .-'•',• WILLIAM L. WARD President of Russell Burdsall & Ward Bolt and Nut Company Director of the First National Bank of Portchester "Patient research —that factor has characterized- nearly every great scientific • achievement, and the more public spirited the enterprise the more careful it is to insure successful results. Anyone ti'ftoreads abouty our modern use of the Ultra Violet Ray in the 'Toasting'of the LUCKY STRIKE tobaccos cannot/ail ' to recognize the long, patient research 'and experiment that must have preceded it. 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