The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 30, 1930 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 30, 1930
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'AG1-; EIGHT Society Girls Judge Healthy Baby Contest (Conttnfd fmm n*°? iivi Republican nominee for governor, ys. Milton K. Young, Democrat- Elevn congressmen to t; elected: 10 of the uresent ones Republican COLORADO—Qeo. H. Shaw, Republican vs. Edw. P. Costlgan, Democrat, for senate. Gov. William H. Adams. Republican, ts op- vwiHl bv Rob'. F. Rockwell, Democrat- Pour congressmen to be elected' trree ivtv are Democrats. CONNECTICUT—Ernest E. Kox- rtrs, Republican, vs. Dr. W. L. Cross. Democrat, for governor. Five congressmen to bo elected; now all Republicans. DELAWARE— Sen. Daniel O. Hastings, Republican, oujjoscd by irs-S»n. Tho_L P. Bayard. Dem"- rrat, whose father nnd granff.lher were also senators from Delaware 'Die state will also c:ec: iu- sole congressman; seat now ir.-ld by :i •'^publican. Bryan's Daughter Ts Unoppr.sfd in Florida FLORIDA—No senate of gubernatorial elections. " Four Demo- crfljlo representatives in Coniress s«ic-re-election, ono of whom is MJs.. Ruth Bryan Owen, unopposed .. '-.' •"" GEORGIA—Stn. Will. J. Harris, Democrat, vs. M. O. DunnliiK. Republican. Richard B. Russell, cd, eight oj \vi'.oi!i now nre Dcmo- TI1UUSOAY. (KTUMKU "in. is opposed by C. •I'm Arthur ««n T , , , ' P">ran. Ttn cyngreiv NORTH DAKOlA-Oov. Goo. F. men to be elected; eight HOT a™ .Shafer, Repi.bhciiii. unopjwsid for Democrats. re-election, "riirn- congressmen to Fatter' of Prohibition be elected, fill <>! whom now live Seeks Rf-Klection i^' 1 ""-'- . j TEXAS-Sen. Morris Sl.nppard, «u^ ls '" S "'' Democrat and author of the |.ro- In Ohio (.atnjKi.Kn hihltioii iimendmcnt opposed bv OHIO— Sen. Itowoc McCulUtth. C. O. Harris, Republican Ross Ster- Heiiubllcati dry. is opposed for re- ling. Democrat and millionaire election by Robt. J. Hulkley, IX-ino- Houston publLsher, vs Dr Gco C crat wet. Gov. Myers Y. Cooper, Hutto, Republican', for governor. Republican, is opposed by tiea. Riglnecn congressmen to 1» elect- White. ^Ucmoi-rat. Twenty-two con- ed; all arc now Djinocrat-s gressmen to fcc clecU'd; 19 now Re- UTAH— No senatorial or eulMr- publlcans. natorial elections. Two congress- OKLAItOMA— Son. W. B. I'inc, men to be elected; at present one Republican, millionaire oil man, Republican and ono vacancy. opposed by Thos. P. Gore, Dwr.o- • VERMONT— Stanley C. ' Wilson, crat, blind'-scjiator. Alfalfa Republican, vs. Park II Pollard' Hill" Murray, Democrat, opiwsed Democrat, for governor. Two confer governor by Ira A. Hill. Repub- gressmr-n to be elected; both now lican, and Jolm Funning unit B. C. Republicans. . Bliigliani, Indepcndeitts. Eight con- | VIRGINIA — Si-n. Carter Glass. • Itressmen: five now Democrats. Democrat, opposed by J. Cloyci I OREGON— Sc-n. Chas. L. Mr- Byars, Independeiu. and Joe C. Nary, Republican, op;KKed by El- Morrow, Socialist. Ten co;i;;rc3S- ton Watklns, Ueinocrut, Piill- men to be elected; seven nov: are -\U-tschan, Republican, and E. p.. '.Democrats. '. Bailey, Democrat, anct Julius. L. j'. WASHINGTON — No seuatoria! Meier, Independent Republican. Idr.gubeniaujrial'electlons. PJVC con- arc candidates for ifovcrnor. Three -| gressmen to be elected, four of congressmen to be- elected, all cf iwhom. now are Republicans. ' "LADV" UKES HER MUSIC wlaycd the pony llslens None off. CORTLAND. N. Y. (UP)—Uicly. i tho ollwrs ponies is Intcres-wl Mav l»lo pony at the Cortland Polo nnd said. nidlng club, Is so fond of music —___ the stops eating to listen, accord- The, rst successful parachute Ing to George May. In charge of jump of which there is record was the swbles. A radio has been set made in 1787. in Strassburg bv a up- In his quarters and when it Is man named Bbnch.ird. ' whom now are Republicans. 1'iiirhot Is Nominee Of Two Parties Kx-Stiu(or Tiles a Comeback in West Va. WEST VIRGINIA James E The babies nro very well, thank yuu. So well, Ui fact, that amonj Hie four pk-tured here are the win- ,,,„..,,,,,„, „ ,, , o ncr and runners.up in a "Wei, B ab y " coafc* conduct* by a Now Vork h^uU. Society 0* too k ^^^^^^f^^g*^ In noinlnee. is opixwd for senate by i Six congressmen to b? ;lecuxl, Av< Charlotte Enrlcos Sctlgwlck Klsller, Democrat: S. i cf whom now arc Republicans. . Kaner. ' I w> Blerer ' Prohibitionist; Wrn. J. ] WISCONSIN — Phiilp P. LaFol- . — —-_.__ I Van Essen, Socialist, and Emmett 'stte, Progressive Republican, op_. . . , , , , ... . ... i P. Cush, Communist. GifTord Pin- posed for governor by C. E. Eight, tongi-K-uncn to be rlrcled. congressmen to be' elected, ig of .Monw is Kepubliom - candidate chot,: Republican and Prohibition- Hammersley Democrat' Frank B nil TIlWll t Oil/--; lU>[mr nrilliv^rnf C ivtirmi 11/111- r,r~a rinmiKt lr.«i>» * i._.i, *!,,. I. ' . _. . • _. . .. .... , -* * -*n .„_.._ • •_' .... '. ... . „ part In the preliminary judging, weixhlnu and ineu-suriju; iscorch- of younpu-js who were entered the ; show. The..socially prominent, judges aro, left to rijht: the Gladys Freeman, 1'ejyy Le Uoullllltr, Altene Jones) anil Ullliin nil present ones MAINE Held cliif Democrats, whom now are FU-publlcuis. IU; election' on 'Wet and Dry Kijbt l ' £c?t. 8. electing the following: Wai- 'Strthes In. Montana Jor bo:h the regular term and. an Lit. candidate for governor, Is op- MetcalTe, ' Socialist, imd Alfred B uiiexulrcd icrui for senate, as*' arc posec) by Jolm M. Hemplilll, Demo- Taynton, Prohibitionist. Eicvctt J^cr, Socialist, and D. 'W. crat; Jas. H, Manrer, Socialist, mid congressmen to be named; all . ™_ . ,„ ^ r *™ i, \m,it«"i3r^ KII Jr., Democrat. 32-year-old- so.i of , -aco H. Wlutc, Republican, as scna- - en. omas J. Graham. communist. Alex Simp- Frank Mo7»r Communist Tl irtv now are RCDUblicans the chief -justice of Georgia's su- -or; Governor Wllllom T. Gardiner. Walsh, Democrat and extreme dry, son. Democrat, who was pros?- six ccJrSmen o te "t ecS 35 ^^MWO - Rotal B prerne court, unopposed for gov-j Rcp.iM.can for -another term; also • .. oppuril for reflection' by Xl-.cutor in the UJ1-MUU case; tea ° enwr.:..Twc^:: Democratic con- ftra KW*Hn« conpreamen • • bert J. Galen, Republican and pro- candidate Jor the long tern,, a., RHODE ISLAND - Sen grcssmen seek re-c'ection. .MARYLAND — Gov. Albert C. r.ounced wet, Two congressmen to; are EsLlier H. Elfrelh, Prohlbl- H Metcalf IDAHO-Sen. Wm. E. Borali. \ «'«>'*. Uoinocrat. opposed for re- be elected; ono now Is Republican, ticnlst. Republican, vs. Jolm M. Tyler. - 1 " °» by Win. F. Urocnlng, ne- oSiocrat. John McMurrny. Republican, vs. G. B:n Rcos. Domo- crat, fcr governor. Two oonsress- m"n to be elected; boUl now Re- the UJ1-MUU case; tea now Repun a d one vuncy RepubUcn vs Harrv H ™ DeSoSS foT "na e. Gov. Frank C Fmnr^nn nAmibllcau vs Les' ,ind A. Kudllk, Socialist- Rpuubllein ' ILLINOIS—RuIh Harjia McCor. mfck, Republican, Mrs. Lottie H. O'Neill, Independent Republican, and Jas. Hamilton Lewis, Demo- Tral, are candidates for sciuttR. Tu -r hty-seven caiiTressincn to be elected, 19 of whom now arc Re-1 publicans, six Dsmocrals and U-o «»»'< meant. INDIANA — No senatorial or gvbematcrlal election. 1 ;. Thirteen corrrcs.tmcn to be elected, of wh"m. 10 now arc Republicans. IOWA—Sen. Daniel F. Sleek. Democrat. Is opposed by Congressman L. J, Dlckimon. Republican. n>". W. Turner, Republican, and F^e" P. ra--e"-ann. Democrat, ar ran-'lt'ates for '-overnor. Eleven crrpfefOTcn to b" r!»cted; all f r s?nf. ones Rn n nblicnns. to the c.x-presldent), candl- ' clla;1 - ' w - Bryan, Democratic vice, dates for sraatc, Coolldge being a. rrc;J<lentt ' l l n.:inlneo in 1024 »nd ivcnounccrt wet. Qov. Frank O brother of ^ l«tc Wm. Jennings , M . m Gerry, S. Case. Re- Theodore P. Three congres.s- *'o now are .R«'- A Dem6cr:it. One con- .bc elected, the tri- a Republican. '- Republican. C. M. BotlF. SOUTH CAROLINA'— Jas. F. .«. Ar|our ,6«Ugman, Byrnos and' Olin D. Johnston- for governor. T!ie Democratic candidates for senator congressman, now a nn( i governor, respectively, arc.uri- T E Democrat Atty -den Wilber M. Bruckcr, R«publ[can "nd .William A. Comstocli, Dejiio-' '.rat. ' candidates for governor MIOII1GAN—Sen ' Jas Couzcns Rt 'P ubIlciin . opposed for re-elec-i NEW YORK—Qov. Franklin D H. McMflster,. Bepubllcan,' L^ op'-', ne-publlran, exposed by T E' """ ^y-Cl'Jts. L. Richard 1 ;,.Demo-' R °9 6evel1 is °Pi»s<\t foi- re-elef- posed by Wm. J..Bulow, Democrat.)' Weadcck. Democrat. Attv - Qen crflt - Onc comressrrian, at; pros- tio '? ^ Chas. H. Tultle. nepubV Warren E.'.Green.'republican, vs. Tt « PcruMlcah, to txi elHjtal: j can nn(l former federal district at- D. A. McCullough, Democrat, -for' NEW HAMPSHIRE — ;-•; Sen. torney, and Lewis Waldinan, £o- governor. Three' congressmen 'to b?. llcnry w. Keyes, Republican, Is clallst. Fortv-tliree rintre^smen f elected; all now are -Republicans. hlrtcen con-r;ssnien "to be "Pl»sed by Albert • W. Noone, bs elected. 20 seals now beim h?ld TENNESSEE—T\vo senators to lected; nil present ones Repub- D^oo-at. John D. Wlnant, Re- by Republicans. 22 by DemocratF be elected. Cordell Hull; forme' publican, vs. Frederick E. Small, anil »n« va«-.nrv. Pf:-rocrat. for governor. NORTH CAROL1MA—Jostah \V state's two Republican congrcss : Bailey, pro-Smith Democrat. iv h - EFOTA — Sen. Th-r. D. '•-'nd nolin. Is opposed by ?• R ^,rn^«ars5 s. ?•. ni^-fs*"- Lundei'ii. Fanner-Labor, Rtiy P. C'liaw, Rrrvhllcci!, «nd Fin d Ol- »-c- J.V- «ra,, ra | 0] , ,-„,,,, r . r .., tor] n ,. c ta , ;tlidnu , 5 I- .•-.K.-V-—TWO senators ;o b?. or pover-ri-. Ten cor-iiw-mrn to r'---'--'. ! . ^--i. tho rc-uhr tcnn. : be elortefl, nine of wliom now nre Fer. ^rllr-r rc-irr "s o--vos-(l b' Republicans and one Farnur- Jorri''"»r M. Prvls. DeiiHU'rnt: for: ->lvr 8." 1'jvM'ert t-rai, Sen. Heivy J I MISSISSIPPI — Sen. Pnt Hnrri- >llen. .Rrr-ublicnn, is o^joscd b'-'j^c-n. L'einorral. unorposi<u (or re- Geo.'McGlll. Democrat, aivl H. M election. Eight, Democratic - con- P.rkins, Socialist. Candidates for rcFsirr-n till se:k rc-elettlon. ..' tiro -Fr?n'< TTaiicke. Re- MTSSOUP.I — No senatprlnl or •Hnrry H. Wondrbjr. iibernatorlal elections! 'Sixteen '.' tr.d JO'T B. Shield^, cocjai'st. . Ei"ht con'ncssmen to h"' rl'rtff ;^v:n of whom now are RsrubHr-jms. KENTUCKY—Two senate lerms t" be flllrd. M. M. Loran, Demo- 'rat, '< chr.didate for loiY! t rni. Pen ^WilllamErn. Democrat, Is raridldot'e for short teiiu, while Cohgrefsman J. KJ. Robi?on, Republican. . Is candidate for ' both terms:, Eleven congressmen to be elected," seven of whom now are RepunHcaris,' three Dtmocrats and pno seat vacant. LOUISIANA — Hucy P. Long, present Democratic sovernor, unopposed for election to senate. "T-W folds the In Jersey JEnscv - chairman of the Democratic: na-- tional committee, opposes-Paul F Divine, Republican, for-long "term Sen. Wm. E. Brock, Democrat,'; I opposed for re-elect Ion to sti'i- ' defeated the veteran Sen. F. V Simmons in Oie recent urimv-v. opposed by 0. M. pilchard. Rc-ni^- lenn by P. Todd Mencham. Repub- licai:. Cov. Henry H. Hortbn, Dem- _ Dwlght W. Hcan.'Ten coiigres.'jniFii to-be I. I . >., .. „.-. | M |t ___ LMJLUtl" IM^MBMlll-lllllllll^ WANT The \ SHORTEST \ LINE \BETWEEN USE PHONE RITZ THEATER Thursday and Friday SanufcTrail a ROMANCE ACTION DRAMA FIGHTS and FUN! Com-;dy and Novelty. Matinee—10 and 30c. Night—10 and 35c. COMING All Next Week Smith-Willis Stock Co. be sure YOU attend COOKING SCHOOL- If yp^ ):avc a.linicky husband who'll only t«t things wjien tliey'rc fixed just so v ; . if you have; a dickens of a time getting Junior to cat what's good for him ... if you're faced with any of the hundred and on> problems of preparing healthful, tasty meals that have variety . . . then you'll enjoy and profit by this FREE course in cookery conducted by Mra. Dougan at the City Hall Auditorium. . * \;V '. .<" . " Economical shopping, cutting db\vn waste motion and foodstuffs, scientific cooking procedure, variety in your rnrals . , . all these nnd more nr6 cov- ertkl by Mrs. Dougmi in her clas=. The Courier News, s(x>nforing this course, urges your attendance. • Mrs. Myra Doug an Well-known authority on culln- nry arts, donustio ixjlence. and lecturer. l:as been engaged by the Courier News especially to conduct this course. 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