The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 27, 1939 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 27, 1939
Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, SEKi'KMBKK 2V, 1Q3!) Special Warning Issued On Mine Dangers In Wai- Zone WASHINGTON. Sept. 2'j (UI'I — The Navy Department's • liydro- griiphic ofllee 1ms Inaugurated n supplemental system uf "special «'arnlii[;s" lo American shipping as « result of ihc war in Europe. The navy said the .special win-nines «re Issued as necessity war- J-anls tinil .MiijplrmeiH the primary <!«ty of ship oflicers U> collect iiiul disseminate lnform;ition Hi ihc interest of safe navigation. Since; ll)c start of Hie r.iirepeun war on Sept. 1. twelve bulletins liiU'c been radioed (o American ships at tea by tlic liydiourajihic office. The liist. issued on that day. re- Ijortcd Hint (he German government, Imd announced staii of military operations of! Uauzis bay find warned .sl>ip.s using (lie iinrbor tliat "movement in and out involves danaev of destruction." Lights No Ixinger Certain Tlir following clay. American vessels \\ere warned that (lie British (HH-emmciH had announced that certain lights and other navigalicn aids on coasts of the United King- Sleele-Cooter Society—Personal ===== ===== ===: There were 16 members mid one visitor. Mrs. Alma o. Copelniid, of _BLYTHBVILLI3, (AUK.) COUR1EH NEWS Cooler , were present a( n, c flom mlulit be discontinued u-lthoiit lut'ther notice. Other Bantings followed. These included a report, that the British Admiralty had announced the lay- Ing of mines in the Straits of Dover, the Firth of Forth and Heligoland Bight; that, tlic French K o v c v n in e n I hml extinguished navigalirn lights in French territorial waters; tliut the Danish government hud mined entrances to Korigpdyo. the HollaeiidcHlyb and advised an the thir;l day of \v»r '(hal the German government, had announced laying of mines 'across entrances to tile Baltic Sea while "respecting foreign territorial waters." Warned Again;! 7.ig7ag»injr The U. S, Maritime Commission, ancther warning said, had advised commanders of American vessels en route to and from European parts to avoid zigzagging and blackouts \o avoid being mistaken for belligerent vessels. Thn commission also siiiigcstea 1 that commanders paint American Hags on the hulls, hatches and simticcks of their vessels and spctlight the American nag at night. Another \varnhig advised . that 'Germany had laid' mines' in 'the North Sen off HIE German coast. The bureau's New Vork ofltcc meanwhile notified shipping interests thai, the War Department has begun mine-laying practice off the Rhode Island coast, in Narragan- .solt-Bay and the West Passage. These operations will continue until Oct. 5. the bureau said. Ships were Instructed to pass to the eastward of tlic easternmost of the buoys marking the area where dummy mines have been laid ab:ul. 7 feet down. Unusual Strike Vexes Rhode Island School IV.SCOAG. R. I. rui') _ -HI,, school department, was thrown into ( conftisicn by an unusual strike. Joseph For tin struck when the (icparlmcnl, refused to pay Mm morn Ihnn .;r, wcnfcly for trarti- DOrtiiig his own rliild to sclicol. He had received SIO weekly for tr»u:-,|:orting six children lo school, but live outgrew the school and only For Hi i V; child was Icfl. -•-•«•• j-i vov in nv int. .regular meeting of the Woman's Missionary Society of the Steel. Methodist Church Monday after noon. A general business meeting was held and final plans were made for serving of the notary Club banquet tonight. The following committee was selected to plan the menu for (he next banquet: Mrs H. H. Spoiicr, Mrs. R. c. Stcelc 8r., and Mrs. Copeland. * « » Gi-ylnrd-Itlill Miss Velma Hull became lh c bride of llwrou Gitylord, tictli of the Number Eight commnnlly iu ceremony performed nl Blylhe- villc last week by Justice of Peace T. L. cassidy al his home in lhc presence of a few c| osc friends. Mr. Gaylord is the son of Mr and Mrs. H. E. Gnylord ami Mrs Gaylord Is the diitightcr of Mr, and Airs. Will jinii. Doth are won known in the Number Elgin community where they have lived fcr a number of years. Word was received here yesterday ot the death of Mr, John Lacey. at his home in Charleston. S. Car., Monday. He is a brother of Mrs. If. A. Spenee of Sleele who Is now vlslline her daughter in Harrisbiu'R. Ark. She bad just recently returned from n visit with chi- brother and did nut go lo the funeral. 3 I t Miss Louise Itinsoii Weds Tommy Crawford Of unusual interest at Cooler Is tlie wedding of Miss L:uiso Hinson of Lm-ay, Tom., to Tommy Crawford of Cooler, which occurred in the hcmc of the bride's cousin Mr nnd Mrs. Earl Butler of Mlfljn Jenn.. Sunday morning at ten o'clock before a large gathering of friends and iclalivcs. Mr Uutlcr performed the ceremony. The bride was beautifully attired [n a blue dress made on princess Jmes and tritnmcd in white lace She had a shudder corsage of gardenias and her accessories wore in black. Her only attendant «as Miss Dorothy Harris of Luray, Tcnn. Her dress va.s of raspberry crepe and she also had a shoulder corsa°c cl gardenias. JCR Russell of Cooler was the bridegroom's only attendant. Immediately after the ceremony a reception was held in the home of the bride's parents, Mr. Jlnson of Ltii-ay, when"menv -, the wedding party ai)d , fws attended. They returned t.," Cooler Sunday night whore they will mako their home, Tlie bride Is a memljev ot one of the most prominent families of Hendcrsrn County. Term,, where she hiLs lived all of her life. She is a niece of Mrs. John KussoU of Cooler and Is well known here, having visited here a number of limes. The bridegroan hus lived here practically nil of his life unit hus (armed for a number ot years but recently he won I into the cafe business. Hanu'U-t'Vanks Miss Grace Franks ol .Savannah. Tcnn., became Ihc bride ol middle Hnnictt In n ceremony perfoi'incn by Justice T. (,. Cassidy at his Juinc Friday evening when' the briite's sister, Miss Mtir trunks, nn;l cousin. Miss inra, Franks and Fuel I'nlty were Ihc only nttctidanls. Mrs. Barnett is (he daughter ol Mr. and Mis, Charlie I-r,mks of Savannah where she graduated from high school, She has been here visiting friends lor the past, few •weeks. Mr. Uarnetl fc the .son cf Mrs. Mary Burnett und the laic cole- man Darnell. He has livud »t Cooler all of his life and is well known here. For several months he has been employed nt the Pcmiscct Oil slntiuu. They will miikc their home in Cooler. O'Kraiic-Wiilkfi- Miss Plorlne Walker bevumc Ilic briilo ol Ted O'Kcanc in n ccre- niony performed nt Caruthersville en .Sept. 18 before several friends and relatives. Tlic bride Is the daughter of Mrs. Mae Walker nnd was one of the honor graduates of Cooler high schotl the past year. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude O'Keane of Ihc No. U community. He also attended Ccoter high school. They will make their home jU No. Eight where Mr. O'Keane farms: COURTS M. U Hatlcy was fined $100 on s charge, of driving while under the Influence of llmior In i\ cnse died in Municipal Court today, Vcster Brooks wiis fined $50 on a charge of vloliilion ot the fish nnd game law nnd appcnlcrt lo drrult roiirl. He la alleged lo hove used a picnic seine to obtain fish »hlch were scld. Several men were Irled on clmtijCii ot public driiiikciiiicss. Mrs, Margavcl I'arks Gulps ha liled suit. In i-lninrery ccurl ngaln, G. C. Gates asking a divorce o Ihc ground of Indignities. Roy : Nelson Is her attorney, Mrs, Snlly Ann Leonu aiirlim luis liled suit against C. D. Qa< land seeking u divorce on II ground of Indignities. Virgil Greci Is her irllorney. William H. Jones has Illcd sll agiilnsl Mrs. Grace Jones, oskln fur 11 divorce on the ground of dc sertlon. Guy Walls of Manila Ills allornry. Safety organizations recommend that pedestrian control, with penalties for violation, should not ta attempted until after n long-ranyc educational program. Mrs. C. N. Sanders, 62, Dies At Joiner, Ark S'I'EELE. Me,, Sepl. 21.—rnnen services will be held at. Joinc Ark., today for Mis. O. N. Haudei of (lint city who died al Ihe hon of a duuBhtcr. Mrs. J. B. Wcndel i;f Weinplib, Monday night utter lengthy •Illness, She is the inothc of Mrs. L. c. Spcncev mid Mrs. A lj. Mcliride. who have bolh bcci with her fur several weeks. Airs. Sanders, who was 62 year of age, had lived ut Joiner for number ol years imtl wns we known in that city hiivhif; visile here tjiille often. Site luid been I the Baptist hospital nt, Mciuphi for several months until the pus few days when 11 wn.s believed thn she was belter nnd she was lake to her daughter's home. She Is survived by six diviiuhter Mrs. S|icncer. Mrs, McBridc, Mr Wendell Mrs. George Tinslej Mrs. Mitchell Rodgers tind Mr" Higher Prjal |?4.8) anil liqueur duality liohl die lljvor (o die buttam of die filisj—"nutc your iliink siu By Acl OS Last Legislature, 1st , , STANDARD TIRES is final date for payment of Drainage Taxes, >TT"n .!•_.__ i n._ •, i j i -, _ We earnestly urge that all land owners observe this new change in tax paying date and avoid penalties and court costs. •OTHER S1ZI-S 01/„!•,;> >—— —— PROPORTIONATELY T.QW// lint* to I be r ? k,«lrm.l m , , t ;/f, M,,: PHILLIPS u j| or Jolllcl: , wo sons Umiiifll Cniii|)bell mid Iko anidors ot Union Clly, Tonn, ' « milliter of $10,0011 Hill found out of Ihc BUller. The certificate ment; rewarded him-- with a r rc- MINNEAPOLIS, Mlmi. 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