The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 31, 1936 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 31, 1936
Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT OFFICE SEEKER LUTES t • (Continued Prom Page One) ' qualified. "I am afrpld," he./aid, "that; Bruce will brenk his light arm patting, himself, on (he hack." Ward outlined a program for reducing court costs by setting definite days In advance for the trial of all coses and by the eliminating of multiple Indictments Dudley said very plainly that he Minted another term as prosecutor for the sake of the income the office, yields.. "lf;/my income has been large," he said, "It Is because of the' mishitted hell I have been giving felons and murderers." He explained thai h!s In- coine is dejiendent upoii fees collected for the conviction of criminals. 'id cook, who Is opposing MaJ. Ivy W. Crawford's bkl for reelection to the slate's general ns- jSembly, announced himself for the sates tax because of the aid it ;givcs school children and the 1 : n'|;<$. He said, however, that he "would amend the present law to 'reduce the rale to one per cent ..nnd have collections made by 'viholesaleii, rather than retailers. ;Crawford said slnipy tlmt he was Basking the customary second term of the ;»sls of his, record, which ho snid oppaicnty Imd been sn't- -isfabtory to most. of the peoi)lc of the county. > Wants Full Federal I'enslon Walter W. Rtincy, whose public addrey system was used by nil the .speakers, said elimination of the requirement that stales match 'Federal Old Age pension funds : would be one of his chief objec- ,lives If he was sent to congress. ;He reviewed his record ns a ;inember of the slate legislature and In particular "defended the .Confederate veterans p;nslon net, of which he was the author. Apparently referring to some at» tack on this latter measure by Zal B. Harrison, one of his opponents, lie said "Zal just talks • Without thinking" Driver defended his IG-yenr ,iecord of active sen Ice nnd said l.hat the consistent support which the voters of the district Irave given him is the best possible evidence of his soundness. He especially stressed the service he had rendered to the cause of flood control in Northeast Arkansas. Holland News Notes Little \rax Bnerwood, son of 'Mr. and,, Mrs Bill Slienvood, ccie- trated ^hls sixth birtlidny last -Friday afternoon wltli a party for 20 of bjs friends nl .his liotnt. Pink and white icecream weic Eeried in cones with a hiiBo'.blrtli- day cake decorateU with fancy frosting and candles and the letters M-A-X written across the top. • "The selection of new members of the local school faculty 1ms been announced with the approach of the beginning of the new school term, which starts ( Monday, Augubt 3 Now faculty members arc- Dorothy Thompson of Van Buren, Mo, commercial- Mary Louise Sewell, Piggott Ark social science and history; Larry W'mp, formerly a teiwhei- In a conohdated school, Instructor in Ihe Junior High department; MR, Voris Workman and Mrs'. W A, Dates Jr, will replace Mrs. W I Meyers nnd MUs Pauline Condltt in : the grammar school. A protracted meeting ' will begin at the Holland Baptist church Sunday, August 2, and- continue throughout the week Rev. ymc,m- ers, of Tennessee, who heir! services here last yew, will be as t sisled by Rev. Franks. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Holly are the parents of n son, bom Wednesday, July 22, at their home. The baby, who weighs a pounds, has been nnnied Joe Byron. Before her marriage Mrs. Holly was Miss Genevlove Cole/nan, 'daughter of Mrs, Fanle Coleman. Mrs. Susie Wdldrop, Mrs. Mary Arnold, Mrs. Corn Hood and Mrs. Bculah Cockrcll attended to business In Kenuett Saturday. Mrs. Hclllc Hutlcrren returned Saturday from a week's visit with her friend, Mm. Eltabelh Cngle, who k convalescing after n serious Illness at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Tim Olbbr of Braggadocio. Following several weeks visit with relatives In Kentucky, ML« Pearl Lynn McCoimlck and her him "'" McCor " lIck ' Rr « M Miss Denilce McCrory I* the guest of relatives In Memphis for n few weeks. Mr. and MIS. Russell Little and son. Carl Anthony, and Mr. nnd Mrs. c. P. Jenkins and so'i nrc spending Ihe week In Nashville Tenn, . i,« 1 Mr. and Mrs. Albeit Caldwell :>d Mr. and Mrs. Carl Summers nnd son, Carlton, of Jackson, Mo were the week-end guests of Supt' «nd Mrs. W. I. Meyers. Mr and Mrs. E. J. Nlenstodt of Blodgctt and daughter, Louise have returned. home after a visit here with friends. Following a visit here with hli mother. Mrs. w. S. Robinson. JLYTHEVILLE^JARKQ : COURIER NKU'S dnughter, Mury Joan, of Tyler were here with Mrs. Azbll's parent*, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Workman Saturday «hU Sunday. Miss Helen Patterson Is home fiorii' a three weeks' visit wllli her mother,' Mrs. Jlinmlc Porter, of Alamo, Tenn. The African cheetah has been clocked at a speed of 103 feet a second, or more than a iiillc n minute, , f > WARNING ORDER iion-resltlont defendant. were Mr. ,and Mrs. Reuben Puckettj Banker* Mortgage Company is ere In Dyersburg, Tenn,, Sunday, warned v to appear.-in the Chan Mrs. C. T. Thomas and daugh- «}'y, Court, for "the Clilckaca'vba tcr, Rulh, Mrs. Bessie Phillips "l«rlc(, of Mississippi County and Charley Ounti of Memphis Arkansas, within three months' were guosLs at, dinner at Mr. and [0 , lnfilv " Hie complaint there ni- Mrs. M. R. Bailey's Sunday. . I c , (l gainst it and others by the Mrs. Russel Devore, Mrs. Jim American Central Life Jnsurahc- Ike Southern and Slcele and Mis.; ^J5{£"£ oe , Hnisel Cohoon come home Sunday .f ,, *~ s m H "and as Clerk nfter two weeks vocation Ir, Hoi °, ,,, ,°" n nnd H'e seal th oi tins JOtli day of July, 193U H. M. CRAIG, Clerk 3y A. F. Smith, D C Shane & Fondler Solicitors for Plaintiff. On BO lillli SLOE GIN! w^TK."!?^*-** NEW FALL TERMS ON FURNITURE Puy now. Pay oiil^ n smtill • payment down and the balance this Fall. HUBBARD FURNITURE CO. Blylhevlllc, Ark. FACTORY TRAINED RADIO EXPERT Now available for repairs on all makes of radios. 14 Yean Experience Phone 233 ' Henry S. Werner at Hardaway Appliance Co. IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF THE CHICK AS A WB A DISTRICT OP MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS, N. O. VIck, Plaintiff vs. No. 6228 Bethel Key VIck, Dofcndant, WARNING OKDEH 'I'ne defendant., Bethel Key VIck, Is hereby warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, N. O. VIck; and upon her failure so to do, said complaint will Iw taken as confessed. Witness my hand as clerk of the CVmncery court of the Chickasawba District of Mississippi county, Arkansas, and the seal of said court, this n ctay of July. 1930 H. M. CUAia, Clerk By A. P. Smith, D. C. Joe W. Rhodes Attorney for Plaintiff. 17-24-31-7 Wrecker Service - GM OPEN ALI/NKJHT PHILLIPS SXRVICK CENTER Phones 777 - 810 nnd_ Mrs. John Azlbll ami R^ coiirler New6 W[mt A(|s || TOMORROW AUG. IST. ONE DAY SALE A special group of SPORT SHOES 1 $388 Regularly are. $5 Tomorrow you can get ir NEW pair of fashionuhle Crosby Square srwrt shoes to replace 'old "dogs" .you have been ; wearing around so lonr>. Heiter come early for the selection is limited They can't lns( long at §3.85! . ' MEAD CLOTHING Co. 315 WEST MAIN (STREET Blyfheville's Sport Shoe Headquarters COMBS FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Kirs I Kiice for an Elective Office. Chief Clerk at Seven Scssion.s oj" : General Assembly. Twelve Years of Service Given to Democratic Party as . Secretary of State Central .'(Committee. . '• f Enthusiastic F r'j.e n d s and Supporters .ill' Every County in the Stale. Your Vote Is Earnestly Solicited Harvey G. Gombs For Lieutenant Governor GOOD WATER FACILITIES Enhance the Value of Your Property Plumbing improvements must keep step with other repairs if your property is to maintain its ' normal value. Your rental property will attract better tenants and command a higher price if your water system is modern. BLYTHEVILLE WATER CO .' Courteous, Personal Attention to Every Customer Phone 80 „, „ _ . 113 &. Broadway • FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1936 HE KNOWS the people and the problems of MISSISSIPPI COUNTY n r ^ r tn scrtiun of (he stntc Carl ItaToy ±mls2 lh^ P! ? h" ' ,' i""ff" 8 confro » ti ^ ««« «" this i" its husines,, and com.e Iior« wi ^ th S(-U e Hout ^ f ,H' » T^'n' M^W^ounly cration to which its iiusition •« ir«i ;„ • N , C Uoek wl11 m ' eivt ' the consid - rtchly cntilles it. agricultural resources and second in population so Why? Why? the campaign Why? The Answer Death of the Shakedown... Carl Bailey Will End Coercion of State Employees ^ nn(lcinocrlllic an ' 1 ll " f:li '- Police of forcing the state hired 'hands If's Here Comes The Bandwagon "Anybody Ru( Hailcy" for (he slalehousc ganjr, hut it's "Nobody But liailey" for the vol B.Thy^Kt'i'Te'dSKrSS "Mhe'Zd^MuioS ^ ° f ^"^ •«'""^ "*> ^ h Out With the Old--In With the New He is the ONLY CANniDATE^hoti.s to^^""'^ sq uarcly. know him .„„„. trust hi m . He the '" Mississippi County Will Poll a Big Majority For Carl Bailey! ! —^^^^^••^^ Hear Carl Bailey in Leachville, Saturday, August 1st, 11 A. M. At Manila, Saturday, at 2 P. M, At Osccola, Saturday, at 4:30 P. M. At Rhjthevillc, Saturday, 8 P. M. of Good. C'cmforlaMc Sraij, and Ice Water. Music by a 25-PifCf for Your Entcrtainmtnt. Elect CARL BAILEY •YOHT GOVERNOR This advcrliscmcnt and all other advertising in Mississippi County paid for by County friends of Carl R. liailpy for (lovcrno'r. ' ^ Hh,\

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