The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 3, 1930 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 3, 1930
Page 3
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1'JHU BIA'THEVILLR, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jesse James' Granddaughter ! Charcoal drawing, Virginia Blo- They linv? been on the lake for 23 ' <\l PAGE TIIRKE i^l Tln> world's record licm>\ hold by an (Ccr.iinued from page one! end 'fampklns, O=c?cla, Poland China; 3rd, E. H. Duvall, Blylhs- ville, Hciipsirire. Sw;cpsiakes boar—Russell Gray Blylhcville, Hampshire. Sweepi'.akcs jiD'A 1 —Ernest McAfee. lUyUit-vlllc. Poland China Spoltnl. Sweepstakes Bill—Driver atv" Tcirckln*, OjC3ola, Poland Chhia. Social Hamjislilrc Show Best few—1st, E. II. Duvai: Blyllieville; 2nd, O. B. Bc:n?, Bly- Ihcvlll;: 3rd, J. E. Jc:i]ison, Bly- IhcvUle. .lurUcr yilt (under cm- y:ar)-— 1st, S. P. Bojges and Sons; 2n J S. P. BL'jges ana Sens; 3rd. Den ills VCJ5. : >iosi (over ysiv cldl—l:t, HIL*;- si-ll Gray, .Blyi'r.oville; 2nd, S. P • E;3-i£i'ond Sen 1 ;; 3rd, FTtd Wahl Blvl'r-jville. : Boar Hinder year old)—Is;, S P. Bosses and Sons; 2nd, S. P. "Bcjges and Sons;'3rd. Joe CraU; Mylhsville. Sow and litler—lit, Fred Wah) Blythjvllle: 2nd. O. B. Boono, Bly- iheVUle; 3rd, S. P. ECise.s anV Eon?, Blylheville. Spfdal Liens Club Prize Winners ' Sow and Utter—J. D. Pierce, Bly- trovlUe, grade. Best sow—Ern«t McAfee, Bly- llievllle, Pob'.il China Spotted. 4-H Clubs ; Bes'- sew—1st, Ernest McAfee. Blvtheville. Poland China Soi'ted; 2nd, Dennis Vo$s, BlythevUle. - Hampr^. ire- Be 5t bear—DCnn 1 .? Voss, Blytha- ville, HamnrVr?. Hurtlcullurr • Best'Collection of Fruits — 1st. New Liberty Community. P. B. Jarrett;- 2nd, Luxora Community, Mrs. •Walter Wood. 1 ;; 3rd, Nodeim Community. • Best Collection of Home Grown Vegetables—1st. New Liberty Community, P. B. JarreLl; 2nd, Luxora Community, Mrs. Walter Woods; 3rd, Yarbro Community. Largest Crooked Neck Cushaw— 1st, Yarbro Crmmunlty; 2nd. To- •ituto. Community. Largest Watermelon— 1st, J. A. 'Pitman, Leachvill.?; : 2hd Mr. A. L. Qraliam. Leachvillc. Art l>|;artmfnl , In the art department these .awards were made - with the first 'prizi3 -winners received one dollar each, fifty cents .second prize and ribbons for third awards: Landscaping, Mrs. L. V. Vanderford, •'first, Miss Tabitha Sudbury, sec- 'ond; Charcoal, Mrs. H. S. Games', first, -J. G. Russell, second; Pen and ink, .Arthur Biggs.' firti. J. G. Rus- i meyer, first and second; 1'cn tm<t .Ink. Elizabeth McLean, first, Viv- 'gin(a Hlomeyer, second, Claude man ] Alexander, third; Pencil Sketch, | I Edna Enrl White, first, Dixie HOSStCK. PALUS, N. Y. (UI>> — | Hiiinpsan. second mid third; Poster, If ^olf and basclwtll can be played i Armorel school, first, second and i llilrd; Norally painting. Charllne Robinson, first, Catherine lU'dimh, cc*. ' is 553 horseshoes n ' 8n1 ' (hf " ls no reason why ran't, be pitched nmlcr Thus reasoned the equine- boot hurlers of this place iimt now they're dolnj; It. tt«sd Coiu-mr News want arts Escaped Texarkarja Prisoner Kecaptured : TUXAHKANA. Ark., Oct. 3. (UP) I—J. W, Bennett, one of live pris- iCiur.s who escaped from the coun-' 'v J.iil on ihe Arkansas side here : Monday, was captured at the home .. i?b!ivcs n;ar Mir.den today. Tlic clher prisoners are 6|!11 al argc. Ethel Ross James, 22-ytar-oM grar.d daughter o! Jesse James, the noied cutlaw, has gone. Into ih?, highway business henslt—but she's net a highvayman, just Uie propricto.- of a rcad=ide cafe tlu'. (she and he.' sister have opened near Culver City, Calif. The- establishment has a display of a numbtr of Jesse Jame 1 ; 1 per£:nal elfec'.s. including the bantlifs rpurs and a \Vinches;er rifle that he carried for elt':r, ychvs, wltji which Miss Jair.^s Is -hown abc-,c. Prince of Wales to Attend Haig Statue Unveiling .MOXTBEUIL-SUR-MER, France. •UPJ—Tli: Pilncs of Wales will tlicrtly nutiid the 'unveiling of n ir.cnuim-nt to the late fidd-Mar- i!ul E.irl Haii in this ptclurEsque t-.ui cf ncilr.cin France which tit ring the war ^.is the headquar- Iwi .-.! l-:x- lirl:Wi General Staff. Th; staiiie Is the work of sculptor Paul Landowskl. who recently com- ph'cJ a bus; of Sun Yat Sen to cinamcm the t-omb of the Chines; li^-eraccr a'^ Nanking. YOUNG STOCK sell, seccnd; Pencil, L. Rosenberf,3. J , first; Painted picture. Mrs. L,. E. Vanderford, first> J. G. Russell, second, Mrrs. G. W. Jordan, third; Poster, Armorel junior high school, lira, Shady Lane school, second; Hcme tnad,-; basket, Mary Allen Reed, first. Mrs. LaFerney, second; Still life, Mrs. Aiten Voss Ulmer, flrst; Cone painting. Mrs. L. S. Brls- cce, first,'Mrs. W. A. Grimmett, second and third; Novelty painting, Mrs. C. M. Gray, firtl, Mrs. '• Charge \f. Barham, sec/jnd. Mrs. ! S. J. Cohen, third. Mesdames H. S.. iQarnes, Al!«n Voss Uliner. G. \V. i Barham aiid'C. M. Gray, honorable | mention. j In the .Juntor art department j contest these awards w.?re inade: I Cartcon, John .Blythe. first. Etirl Wllliamb. secoiiii, Scott Alley, third;' i Charcoal still life Virginia Blomey- i LT, nrst ami second: ^Landscape, | Chnrlinu HobiiLson, first. Nora i Hodges, second, JameS Cok,?r, third; .HOT SPRINGS, Oct. 3 IUP}— Ernie Hill and his co-pilot, Clifford Hamp ,will equal the world's endurance motor boat refueling record today at 3 p, in. If everything goes well aboard their boat, the KTHS, on Lake Catherine. iiui unci Homp do not. Intend, to ttop if [hey pass the world marl:. KIM-LAV b oij M .U uie Ofvia KiJcQnl SUIV-LAT r^ti > •IJA tKl|« Lrin* i-j ll:;roik«i II U u "^*>iv... H ERE'S just the feed for non-producing dairy j animals,keeping them in very condition «nd doing it at the most economical eost. It's Quaker Sugared Schumacher A really scientific comhiimtioii of ingredients that make the perfect carbohydrate feed. Contains molasses in dry form. Easy to handle. Easily digested. Animals like it and it maintains them like no other feed. Come in for full information. Browne & Billings Co., Inc. Blytheville, Ark. McMULLIN'S CASH GROCERY A Home Institution SUGAR 10lbs.49c BACON Black hiiwk, • I'ound 29c POTATOES , N N() - ' 45c BANANAS -Sc LETTUCE IQc GRAPES * V Y^ TEBPS CONCORD GRAPES ','! 'ony ' Was'ket PEANUT BUTTER 27 c COFFEE lw '. Hoy ' Pound 25c Free Parking "Park while you shop" We invite you to park your car on our yard at any time it is convenient to you. You may do so without obligation—this j is simply .1 courtesy we are extending to the motoring public. An attendant will take'charge ! of your car at our driveway. 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BEANS ""»"•'•'• Pound SNOWDRIFT (> I'ound Pail $ 111 0 COFFEE HandK I'ound Can BLYTHEVILLE Ic BROOMS 40C Ff PS Guarantecd Fresh Dozen 30c Forest Park, Colored Pound <»/>-.. 3OC NUT-OLA Unculorcd Found MINCE MEAT 34c CATSUP H ' il "'"'°" """L 24c NECK BONES 2 Pounds For 15c CHITTERLINGS arm L 89c FRYERS Full Dressed I'ound 35c U AM Cured, Half or .Whole 4%Q _ HAM • • Pound 28 C BEEF STEW Pound 'CHEESE 24c SALT MEAT plates Pound 15c LAMB STEW Pound lOc

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