The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 17, 1930 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 17, 1930
Page 3
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r lit VICTI IS Only 24, She's 1 Secretary of Stale' Rival in Love Rath'er Than Gangsters Blamed tj v Chicago Police. CHICAGO. Oct. 17 i UP (-Dang- blers lock anotlier victim for a, fide hsre today, shot Win through the mouth, und (o&wd his body into an alley Juu cff CrooXtil The man aujwsred lo have been about 26 years old. In his pocket, police found receipts from a Chi'-•nun hotel iimde out to a Roy Bell. It was learned that on June 1 a man who gave hJs name at William Bell and his address as Heaver Unrn, WK. checked out of the hold: Polite 'believe the man nmv be Bell- •". .,- i Officers also found in the man's \ p-.cket, keys to another hotel where 1 lirey went and arrested Helan Bell. I 18, who' tald she was the wife of \ the ride victim. Mrs. Bell refused \ to tell anything about her husband X where he lived or whiU his occupa- i '.Ion had been. Th-y had been -it "^'Ihr; hotel fr-r three days. The victim was identified uter" as Hoft-nfd R. Smith 01 Madkun, Police discredited the theorj-that gang warfare was responsible for the slaying. They believed that Jealousy over a loVe affair was ttw native. 5/ee/e Society—Personal McClure-Zahnrr . A wedding of much Interest tc^k place In BlythevUlc W.jdne>div evening when MUj, Adelle Zahner became the bride of Mr. Jolin Mc- Cluri? of Cooler. Mrs. McClure Is trie attractive daughter of Mr. L. \V. Zahner o Steele. Six: has made her home hero for a number of 'years. And was attending (lie local high ichoo here at the time of her marriage Mr. McClure Is the ton of Mr and Mrs. J. McClure of Cooler. His Unployed by the Mlchle Oln Co. there. The young couple will make their h'jutt in Cooler. = • « Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Limbaugh had &s trulr Sunday guest. Mr. an< Mrb. Leonard Llmbaugh- Mr. Bud Still was returned to tile Sanitarium at FaruiingUm, Mo. Tuesday morning. • Mrs. J. R. Morgan, 'who has been very l!Kfor- the past week Is much better. '. _ L C: Spencer made a business trip to Bragg. City Monday. , Mr. and Mrs. Wllce Curlner had ns.thelr Siinday..diruier guests. Mr and Mrs. Herb dallegher of- Braggadocio. • .Mrs. Bell •• Wood of . Blylhevillc visited 1 her«; Tuesday. :.'•'' : Mrs- Aima -Grlsson . transacted business ,ln Blytheville. 'Saturday Mr. and Mrs. O. Q. Travis ' spent last week .end tn Mytheville wit Mrs.- I. B. Stewart- .' Mr. and : Airs.' J. H. Workjnan spirit last Sunday with relatives in PortagevUIe.. • . " Lou Ne'lle. Jordeii of Cooler spent the week end .here with tlie Misses Adelle $nd Mabelle Zahhe'r. - • ' • Miss A) ma Malqhey of Blytheville visited • ne^e. Sunday aftemoon Mrs. G.-P. Ellts is spendlng'this *«ek In Blytheville with her sou Jack Ellis and family. ,.. D , lck , N «'W. »'ho has been very "1 for the past two weeks, is much better. ota-J. Mr. shrdlu cmfwyy vbgi Mr. «nd Mrs A. L. Jordan spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs r L Jordan. Clias. 0. Ross of Caruthersvllle transacted business here Monday Mr. and Mrs J. H. May and son, OUio. and David Crockett, motored to Poplar Bluff Sunday Jt^f , F -/' ^ at€rs Of CMter v *- Iwd friends here Tuesday. W. A. Curry and Dewey Yarbrough made a business trlp'to Blv- ;hcvu - r * Tuesday morning Aunt Elizabeth Wallace- .spent week with relatives in Cooler Miss Jasephlne Holly motored to iwnn.:tt Sunday. Mcsdames Opal McCann, Ethel iushtng and Ella Rushing motored 'o Memphis Wednesday. : °' BIshop an<1 Mw I*ls Saturday. Mrs Memphis Merchant, 80, lo S()lh Year as Sunday School Leader Only 24 ytars old, Miss Alice L°c Grosjesn, abovs, has been named secretary of state for Louisiana by -Governor Huey Long. The only .woman ever to hold that position in. Louisiana, she .win up- pointed after the death of James J. Bailey, intumbmt. she hhd bf'.n • Governor Long's • private secretary' 'or several years. Defies Husband Seeking Her Baby By NKA Service MEMPHIS, Trim.. Jolin li. l'o|>. I PL'|-. who at BU hoicis inore iui|>or- tenl )x>Mllcns thiin JKIV oiliei- citizen of Memphis, \vnits ragerly lor Nov. 1 for Hi? ri'nu-!iin|> nciikve- n:ent- of his life. On Unit date lie will complete !)U c'insecuilve years as .sunerln- UMtdent of Hie M?llmclist Church Sunday scliwl. This may seem a sranjje ambition for it mnn who ib president of three wholesale grocery lirms op- |eraling in the mill-south, prcsidem i of n machine wurks uiul :i bank ill- rector. llrst Invcslini'iil Ytl Pepper dot-lures: "The time nnu. effort I j m -» silent at the suiK'ilivtcmU'm'.s dt-sk have been la iiivoiiiiii-nl I huve ever made." And the r-xplnn- alien he gives Is that his constant usbocialiun with young pooplo Ims V.fpL him young and enabled him to remain ut the active head of all his businesses. Pepper recently received the un- KIUC degree of D. S. S. S.. which means Doctor oi Sick Sunday Schools. Facetious as Ihc tille jouiiU:. it was bc-slowed upon him in all wriousntss and through, formal action by the General Sunday School Board of his denomination in recoEnilion ol his ivork In building up Sunday schools. When Superintendent Pep]>er trofc edarge of the First Methodist Sunday school, It had an enrollment of lers than 300. Tsday, mere than 2000 children iKkl classes In their own rroms in Hie stately $160.000 Sunday school building, which is named In Pepper's honor. Another life-long ambition which t'eppjr altalned recently was his accidental meeting with a man named Salt. (AgKjJJOURIER NEWS to Ri i ? *"* ""' J0hn ' Qlbson Baycu. Spent !ast «* ^d ln C«nrth« 5 vllla. Alt * rt Hatnr a. "d Sam Chineie Social Bureau Makes Survey 0 ( IP)—The Bureau >'rs h»s calculated e**i content under tha i ^ «.. Uld "' ! nt aad Iromoral; -in th« Chinese vcnacular press *v- rnttt S.1S p«r cent. While her 'husband seeks the: aid of (lie. .American . government In saining the custody of his two- year-old - daugliler ' Irma,- Mrs Jairies B;. Welch, pictured above be keeping the child n. Venezuela. Welsh.- a-Loiilsian- an,-charged before State. Depart ~cr.t officials in a visit to Wash- ngton that he .himself was Imprisoned -unjustly . In .Veneidela 'ant held in Irons. He has' accused his . ' wife.of Indlscrelions. Sew York Nurses Plan Annual Meeting SYRACUSE, N. Y. (UP) — The annual meeling r,f the New York Stale Organization of Nurses, com- )osed of the State League of Nurs- ng Education, the State Nura?s Association, the Stale Organization of Public Health Nursing and other organizations. Ls scheduled hero- October 21 lo 23. It is expected 1.000 nurses and 500 student nurses will attend. Prevent Disease Many dread diseases can l>e prevented by using Pasteurized Milk from BENNETTS DAIRY Phone 74 (Eleven years experience in pasteurizing plants,} Jchn R. IVpptr "I ulwayc tli(7uglil it would ~fc Imuiy," Peiiper said, "If I could meet a man named Salt. But it wa-; just a few months ago lhat 1 met one. We exchanged seasonal greetings :mu discussed the advantages and disadvantages of b?ing named a condiment." OptlmMiu Philosopher Pepper's philosophy brims with op-Ciriilsm. "Cheerfulness and," he asserts, "can work ttonders. That applies lo business as nell as religion. Grouchiness H!U sourness are obstacles in any underUikliif, es^tlally \vhere young people are concerned." He has been honored many tunes by ll« Methodist Episcopal Church Soulh. and was for 43 years chair-' .nun of the Memphis Conference Sunday School Board. He is now -wving us head of the General bunUay School Board and also 01 11:.; Southern Assembly at Lake Jimaluska. N. C.. a position he lias held since the assembly was started In 1D03. Ti:o um-rable churchman Is also ohciimutii of the Board of Managers, Memphis Methodist Hospitul; presldcnl ofj Cossltt Library (Memphis' public library); president of Grcdivin Institute, a public Institution providing free cultural lec- Hircs; director uf tile Y. M. C A. and trastie of Lambuth College. Infant's Funeral Today Funeral ser\ices were held this morning for Lois Neil Bell, Infant duughlci of Mr. and Mrs. W. F Bell, u-ho died at tlis family liome- nra:- Del! thi;; morning at 9 o'clock. The baby's mother succumbed a few (lays after the birth of the baby. SAVES SKLK BY BUM^EH AMSTERDAM. N. Y. (UP)-John Loucks. ii-vtn, snved himself from possible serious injury when, aftijr being struck by an automobile, lie grasped the bumper and prevented himself from b.:-ing caught under the wheels. Ritz S 1 Mansas-.***,^, j. *m^,m,i.^ flrkansas Announcing Sunday Shows Sunday afternoon shows 2 to 5 p. m. Sunday night shows 8.45 to 10 To the General Public Business is almost ai a standstill in our city due to I he present financial dr.pi It is our belief lhat Sunday shows,will stimulate business, give oiir people a place to #> for clean entertaimneiit and plwiBiiro, in general benefit the city and eonummity in a number of ways. A\'e earnestly solicit the support of every individual and organization in this effort to provide en- lertaiuninit for the public, as well as benefit our business, the happiness of the general public and all other businesses in the city. Sunday, Oct. 19th I 1 ,-iSAKHta J Q Qaratnow Qiaurt Now "Why Bring Thiit Up?" has bccojno "Anybody's War. 1 ' Join the tun nnd h:nr Hie foolldihncw! Rudio's orlg^ul blackface duo bo- lilrul Uie front.. Comody .and latest SUra .is an independent kirjgdam Prada Dhlpok is king. " Baking Powder EVERY HOME NEEDS THIS WEATHER PROPHET Vou mil ott<i, Consult 'lh!s Dependable Forecasts <"»< Out This Coupon Get a WEATHER PROPHET FOR 69c Regular $1.00 Value SLill orders lOc An Ideal Gift they lust, ftlll sell them for exactly whal it costs us to retail ROBINSON DRUG CO. Your Rtxall Stose Special Matinee Prices For All School Children, Grammar Grades, lOc, High School, 25c, Adults, 40c. Night ChiW- rcn, 15c Adults, 40c. 8;45 to 10 p. m. SI'GAR 10 pound cloth bug __ 49c OLEO Forest Park colored Iiotind 32c APPLES Nice baking or eating pound 6c McMULLIN'S CASH GROCERY A Home Institution BACON Sliced IM>und 29c SOAP I 1 & G 8 bars \r COFFEE 1 pound Canova for 35c G 7 AP£FRUTf Texas each Syrup CATSUP Beech Nut M 02 bottle for 23c Blytheville Beans No. 2 c;m lOc (.'nllons fNcw South CORN No. 2 can Little Folks 12c Tomatoes No. 2 can 3 for 25c 98c | Eggs Strictly fresh. selected do/en 30c FIOUR 2-1 pound self rising Guaranteed barrel $5.00 65c MILK Evaporated Page Urand 6 small or :< tall 25c COFFEE Beechnut I-I pound can free with ] pound for 48c American Beauty 25c Macaroni Spaghetti, 3 for NECK BONES Ib. 7jc VEAL CHOPS Ib. 15c SALT MEAT *vs- 17jc 4 Waferell Crackers 2 pound box for Picnic sihank- loss rclophene wrapped JAM Libb.v's 13 oz assorted tins I5c MALT Rose Brand No. 2 1-2 can 38c Peanut Butter 16 02. Canova 27c Nut-Ola pound I7 l2 c Brooms Red handle a 50c broom

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