The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 6, 1936 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 6, 1936
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MONDAY, JULY 6, 1936 Osceola Society — Personal Erstwhile Pugilisl Fined for Rough. Handling of I I-Year-Old Boy Milliard Smith, whose hopes for pugilistic fume were shattered when Galon Stone of Caps Girardcau. Mo., broke his jaw In a Prize fight here several months Mo. was fined S25 for assaul! and buttery by Municipal Judge koyle Henderson this morning. Smith wns convicted beairse o( his alleged rorjh handling of an 11-year-old Lay, step-son of Burl Hiuidson. The boy wns dropped or fell from Smith's arms into a bucket of slop on n small wagon. Smith and ivIlnessLv; testifying in his behalf said that the former light heavyweight prize fighter was playing with the boy and seme other children and did not drop him intentionally The boy claimed Smith had been abusing him and dropped him in ihe slop bucket nnd across the wag_on, bruising him. Among the many delightful Fourth of July parties was the bridge luncheon nt the Community Club house Saturday given by Mrs. Hnrlan Starr, and her daughter. Mrs. Joe Ciillom ill., of Wilton, at which 100 guests were present. The immense fireplace, mnntlc and windows were banked in red crepe myrtle nnd red gladioli. A porch drinking set for highest cccre wns awarded Mrs. Ed Qulnn. Second snd third prizes, lingerie and a Japanese linen luncheon tret, were won by Mrs. Cuv Bry- fint nnd Mrs. J. 11. Lovcwell, Low score award, n tomato juice cet, was given Mrs. S. M. Hodges. The (jiiL'st list included many from I.uxora and Wilson and Miss June Grimes, of Memphis, who is the houscgucst of Miss Carolyn Culicm of Wilson. . made bond for appeal to circuit court. Happy Johnson and Perry Wils, negroes, were found not. guilty of petit larceny in the alleged theft of a battery from the 1'liilllps Motor company, where one of the negroes wns employed at the time. Q. E. Thompson wns found guilty of driving n car while intoxicated and fined Sico. He gave notice of appeal to circuit court. Ernest Midclleton was fined $10 on a charge of public drunkenness but Ihe fine was suspended. Sfmi D. Whittle was fined $15 on a charge of public drunkenness. Virgie Bratiscom was fined $10 on a charge of public drunkenness. Herman Larvel failed to appear who spent the holidays with Ills family here. Mr. Fnlrtcy Is chief engineer in charge of building and developing Mt. Magazine National Park near Paris, Ark., on the 110,000 acre tract purchased by the government us a national forest preserve. Mrs. Frank Williams visited her mother, Mrs. E. u. ])o/.eman, In Crawfordsvillc Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. li. W. Brngfj were hosts to 20 couples nt a picnic supper Saturday night at the Osceoia Community House. Among the out-of-town guests were: Neely Boweii of Memphis, John Cooper of Marion, , Henderson of and Mrs. Jonesboio who was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Bragg. Neely Uowcn and son, Charles Revelle and Ally. John Coopei guests of Thomas. Agent Not Connected and forfeited his bond on n slm- of Marion were "nests oi ilar charge, as did Joe Diunigon. i Mr. and Mrs. Hale Jackson fn. Public drunk charges were-the week-end docketed against Russell Snider, Mr. and Mrs W H W-irrcn of Snooks Snider and John Fate Oxford. Miss., spent Sunday with Mrs. Warren's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Wiseman. Mrs. Wlsc- . man returned with them for a week's visit. With Dufrirt fllfirpU MrSl °' a Perrin tllove to KY1IF1 LMSJriCt VAI1C6 Senrcy yesterday to get her son ' • Frank, who has been at Camp The district office of the state'Morris for a week. ' revenue department here states R. S. Wilson jr., of Little Rock that Ihe "undercover" agent of visited J. L. Williams nnd family Ihe revenue department who Is Saturday and Sunday, said to have removed two cases'Mr. and Mrs. David Lee have had of liquor, seized in the arrest of as their guest . for several days a limior law violator here, to their sister, Miss Frances Lee, of Little Rock, lias no connection. Memphis. with the office here. : j County Agent Joe E. Walker The. liquor was being held as'transacted business in Little Rock evidence in-,-, a municipal court-Friday. ;;Mrs. Walker accompanied case.ami sub"Ject ft to_.,a. hearing., to him and %s they,. drove ., to Hot determine whether "'.the whisky • CJ ' 11 ' hlD ^' f "" "•-'•--—•- : '- •' • should be relumed to the owner at the time it was removed, it is with Mrs. F»rrln's sister, Sis let Ann Frances, n member of the faculty of St. Cecilin Academy, Nashville, who Is' en route home from a business trip to Milwaukee. Mr. and Mrs. .O.-'B. Mnsscngill left Friday for nn extensive west- ;ern tour. They will visit Los Angeles, then north of Seattle. (Victoria nnd Banff, through the ; Canadian Rockies, returning by (way of Chicago. i Dr. and Mrs. M. S. Nlckol are the parents of u daughter, born Saturday morning at lliclr homo here. She weighed 5!i pounds "lid has' been named Floy Mae. O. 1). Scgravcs and son, Nelson, who hns relumed from summer school at the University of Mississippi, Oxford, attended ihe ball game in Carutlu'rsville Saturday nlternoon. Kdward Tcaford returned Saturday night from n vacation trip to California, Colorado nnd Utah. | He also vislled a friend Dr p p I Oengenbach, in Denver, Miss I.onottn Patterson, who Is | connected with the HOLC office in Memphis, spent the weekend with her patents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Patterson. Mrs. Spcnce Williams Is In Dallas attending the Texas Cen- tcnninl. Ambrose Tea ford left this morning to attend the. Stale Baptist Assembly ut Siloam Springs, mok- »>H Ihe trip with the Rev. Alfred carpenter and « delegation from Hlylhevlllc. Mrs. Floyd Chnfiin. of Mem- Phis .and Fort Worth, Tcxns Is the guest of her sister, Mrs A '• 1'loridn. Mrs. Aldcn Baker entertained sixteen little girls Inst Wednesday afternoon with n picture show party at the Gem theatre to sec •Sun Francisco", In honor of the eleventh birthday of her daughter. Jean Lile. After the show they enjoyed refreshments nt the. Silvcr-Frabier Druj store. Mrs. 'iimd Fulton am! baby daughter have returned to their home in Houston, Texan, after an extended visit with her pnr- imts. Mr. nnd Mrs. J: n Lovewell. Miss Marie Hleght of Evans- vllle, Ind., arrived Thursday night for a visil with her mint, Mrs E. A. Tea ford. John Keiser and Harry Dmm- vant jr., of Keiser, returned Thursday from a six weeks stay at Camp unakn, Montcnglc. Tenn BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Needy Girls to Enjoy Cabin Life in Great Forest PAGE THREE understood. '-..JI1J Solar System To Be Filmed By New Device •PONTIAC, Mich. (UP)—A photographic story of the solar system will be iimde on motion picture film this summer at the new Lake Angeliis observatory, a lev/ miles north -of Fontitic. University of ; Michigan scientists, arranging for tlio production, l)clicvc. their work will carry, considerable significance In view of the location in relation to Mt. Wilson observatory in • California, nnd the other observatories in the cast and in Europe. If plans are successful, the pictures will show for the first time detailed contour of the solar system. Other movies have been niaije, but difficulties in timing nml exposure In the past have niade the pictures Jerky and in- -;. *; ll ^ JlLi »-j .. uiuvu ., i( Sprliies--for the week end. Mrs.-E. R. Smith Jr., Miss Virginia Smith, Miss Gcraldine Liston and Miss Annie V. Waddell are attending the Texas Centennial exposition in Dallas this week. Miss Marie Height of Evins- vHIe, Ind, arrived Thursday night for an ex (ended visit with her amit, Mrs. E. A.. Teaford. T. P. Florida attended to business in Indiana several days last week. • • i ' The Misses Edna and Lillian' B' Ayers, Miss Marguerite Pope and Miss Gertrude Tindall spent the week end at Hartly. Capt. Joe Overall and family of the U. S. government fleet returned last week from a vacation spent in northern Florida and the Carolinas. Mrs. Mildred Stanley of New Madrid, Mo, a sister of Mrs. Overall, Is here for the summer. Mrs. c. B. Perrin and son," Frank, and daughter.Mrs. W B' Alexander, Mrs. T. p". Florida and Mrs. Natalie King are in Memphis today to visit between trains f adequate. New equipment hns been installed in the Lake Angclus tower. Sponsors cxp&in that under the new method for picture taking, a .system of mirrors will be used, allowing 20 exposures an hour of I the universe. Under the new ar-71 rangementfi. it is believed exposures will be much sharper thn nany made previously.. i In other attempts to photograph ' the solar system, the camera wns! placed directly under' the eye-end i _^___^^^ uli the telescope, according to the ft. LI • . «», _ . Michigan scientists. i he Morning AftcrTaking Rrad Courier News Classified Adi viiraiion ° r ' " lo Lunch That's Picnic Lo Fix Big Onion Contest Arouses Arkansans WYNNE, Ark. (UP)-An onion growing contest for a prize yet to be determined has brought forth claims from two men for products the largest specimens. • . A week ago Wiley Lipscomu displayed un onion 12 Indies In circumference to the contest' judges. Three tlays later his Jieigliuqr, ;W C. Holland, entered 'his specimen' which, measured 15 inches in circumference. i For sonicthh.K drlishtfully .iiiTereiil, try ,, M nul |,,,|l cr l,iSL,,iLs-tl,c peanut Imlfer workcil into the doiij-li—,u,j served will, n p|,|i ral ,l lillinjr. BY MARY E. ))A«Di; NBA Service Staff Writer There's n shady place down by the river where there's 'a carpel of green, a clump of ovcr- hanjiiij; ' willow trees, and the rippling of the water is like a gentle serenade. ~. ( •.-<-. ••, " 'It's cur favorite " picnic place, and now and then n July day comes along' when the nnje to pack i:p n liineh nnd go there is simply irresistible. 1 Children always love picnics. Adults usually like them, too. but there nrc many mothers who say "No" to the youngsters' rcquesTs to go picnicking because they fear the aftermath will be nnplensant H needn't be. Plan the outdoor lunch carefully, see that the children do not become too tirai. mil your picnic will bring none but plensnnt memories,: Each Ocls r.u'k:i tl . To begin wllh, It's wise to avoid loo grunt a variety of 'fowls. Children will lose liidr appetites If they see nn unusual array of different things to cat. The package picnic is Ideal for .smnll children. All Ihe articles of food are wrapped separately In Individual servings, packed In boxes, wrapped in heavy paper, nnd firmly tied. When h-ncli lime comes each child receives his own package Sandwiches hold first place In picnic menus nnd they cnn be highly nourishing. Vary tlic breads nnd choose Ihe finings with thought for their nutritive value. Chopped raw vcuelnblcs, Jellies, cream cheese, collate cheese, dried fruits nnd nuts Hint 'Hive been put through the food chopper, minced meats and pen- nut butter all make sultnblc nil- imjs. Hard-cooked ceas. plain ^ stuffed with finely chopped vege tntlcs moistened with mayon naise, are wholesome nnd sntlsfy Ing. They help to supply the vitamins often lacking In the'nv crage picnic lunch. Peanut butter blsei'lls nre de liclous split arid filled with n pi <)iinnt lining. . They nrc nourish Ing, loo, nnd with fruit and • drink mid cup cnkes siibslnnlln] picnic lunch. These were served recently by United Airlines on n picnic partv fllsht over New York. A thermos ijug of milk and n smnll Jar of lioine-nmdc chocolnte syrjip or n cnn ul one of the many excellent brands of prepared cceofl on the market will mnkc it possible to produce n choco- nle milk drink ensily nnd UMlckly, Simple Dessert Host The. dessert, should be simph. Ice ercnm iihvays Is n treat nnd you Imve the I'milpmcnl for vmrylng II, ndds (lie nnnl touch of perfection. Othc'iwlso, well iimshen fruit nnd cup cakes 01 jookles me ndequnte and easy ;o pntk. I'lc Is difficult lo serve ind Is not desirable for n picnic mcnl for children. If hot food is wanted, eggs cnn )C scrambled over n cninpllrc nnd ';acon can be .friraled. using lonj irccn sticks on which to fasten lie bacon. Older children nray lelp cook the bacon. A soup or slew tnuilc at home ami carried n n vacuum container can bo re- iculed over n smnll fire easily. 1'ramil Itiitler Illseiilts Two cups Hour, -I iraspoons jnklng powder, 1 tenspoon suit, i tablespoon Mignr, 8 tabU'Spoons pcnniil biittci 1 , '/-B cup milk. Mix and sift Hour, salt, siiRnr nnd bnkliiK powder. Aild peanut butter nnd work with a pastry blender. Just us yon would for pic must, Cut In milk to mnkc u soft (toliijli. Turn out on n llour- i'd molding bonnl and knend lightly to coat outside evenly with (lour. Holl nbout 1-2 Inch thick anil cut with n (loured biscuit cutter. Place on a jjrenscd pin nnd Iraki) In n hot oven t42!i dc urccs F.) for fifteen minutes. The ste of tin; bruin docs not prove the Intelligence of n person according to Ur. Henry n. i>on- nldson, of Philadelphia, Tne blood supply and composition of the brnln makes » man n scholar or n man- Inc, ho says. Law Assures Safety Of Elm MILTON, Muss. IUP)-A giant dm tree that dates from the days of the pilgrim Fathers still stands here, protected by law against' Die woadchajipcre' axe for the rest of Its life. The 100-foot tree, known ns the Gulliver Glmc, Is named for Isaac 3ullivi'r, lo whom it wns deeded by the First Congregational Pnr- li In 1033. A sign on tlio tree lnles Hint Cltilliver "gave « bond or its perpetual exemption from nolcstntion." Belgians Lead World In Beer Consumption GENEVA. (UP)—Delglnns drink nore than twice ns much beer as the people of nny other nntlori- ility, nccoixllng to n report on "nutrition" received by the League of Nations. Each Belgian mnn, \vonmn, and child, drinks on an average 310 pints of beer every year. Next lo the Helglfins, but a long way behind, come the British, who average 128 pints annually. Tnc Germnns are third, with a consumption of 120 points. TOLEDO (UP)—Toledo Is cm- bnrklng on n rcfrndlnj program" to cull in SHIfi.000 of lilBh-lnlcf- cst bonds nnd refloat. Ihu debt at a 3'/' or ^ per cent rnlc. Carters Little Liver Pills NOTICE Privilege Taxes, Street Taxes, Automobile Taxes, Dog Tsxes, and Inspection Fees are due and payable for the period of July 1 to December 31, 1936. \ Your prompt attention will be appreciated. Ruth Blythe Cily Clerk. FIRE-CHIEF FRANK GILLIAR. Sleepless nighcs- -catch-as-catch-caa mrals—nervous tension are all in line of duty for him. "Smoke? You bet I do," he s.iys-"Camcls. Camels put Digestion proceeds smoothly . . . alkalinity is increased .. .when you enjoy Camels Modern life hammers at our nerves and digestion. Camels restore nnd increase the llow of diycstivc fluids... alkaline digestive vital to the enjoyment of necessary for good digestion. You feel cheered and experience a sense of wcll-heing. And Camels never jangle the nerves! TValu prove tlmt fincr- grmnul lice Brnnd In- s«c.l Pov/dcr kill* 32% quicker—because it con- loina more killing particles per ounce. I liuinlesa to children niul pels. Kill Flies, Mosquffoes willi Dec 13rand Insect Sprny. Conlaini cxtrn killing power more McCoriiiick cV Co., Inc., B.ihmioic, MA Enjoy Camels at will—fvith meals— between meals—for n refreshing "lift" —for sheer contentment. Camels set you right! And your taste does not tire of their mild flavor. AT THE COPLEY-PI.AZA in Ilos.on. Two rcccnt/A'i«/,/i/r« and (heir escorts were snapped l:y n sncit-ly photographer as they p.iuscd for ilic/r Camels. The mailn tflitltl — I.ouis (bcloo; ttfl)-nys: "Good food ami SOoJ tolwccoj arc naturally fmnul together. H (joes without saying that Camels arc fa- vorcd at the Copley-Plaza." JOHNNY FOLLOWS, popular 2-milc ding. "[ enjoy smoking Camels," says Johnny. "Smoking Camels aids digestion and brings a grand feeling of well-being." BASEBALL'S BEST smoke Came] cigarette! Witness "Gabby" Hartnctt shown here—votei most valuable player in (lie National Lcagu last season. "A Camel with meals and aficr," explained "Gabby" when dialling to a ncwspapc man, "sets my tli'stilton right— sets me riglu.' • Camels arc made from finer, AfORB EXPENSIVE TOBACCOS...Turkish and Domestic...than any other popular brand.

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