The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 27, 1933 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 27, 1933
Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE;. 'Pino Bluff And Memphis Pastors ,. Will Speak Here! They Captured Kelly Pairulman The annual Mission Celebration of Pilgrim Lutheran church will ho oVserved Sunday wilh two siwclal services. Tlie Rev. R. O. l.unee of I Pine Bluff and the R?v'- Victor ] Ihusue of Memphis have Ijci'-n sc- ' cured as the Kiicsl-siieakcrs. They | will rix-ak at :i:M and T::iO p. in., rr-.s|)ccilvely. Both speakers arc v/i-ll known not only in I.uiherun •:'.ir.(vs bm qnlK 1 generally ilirougli liu-ir radio scrmmis. "The Lutheran church annually observes Mission Study to make licr people more misbion-minded :,nd to acquaint them with the tremendous mission ojjpovtmiilies amnns H«-' «* ' nillton ""churched in cnr own country and the many iroie millions Ihc world ovei-." snVs. ) tin- local pastor the Rev. H. J. ', Klclndienst, Synod of the Hitlu-r- :in Church, of which Pilgrnn •" Church is « mcsnbci 1 ." he conun- ' lies carries on extensive mission uiie'rulions bolh at home.- and -.ilnfliid. The largest mosi ex- ttnshe mission-field is thai of Home Missions in Nonli America. : llirough which new mission-stations arc founded and supported, | , . . such as our local church. In the ( 7 tlft J.'^ AjiaiHSt past- year almost 7.000 Mich sta-; - • f, lions were subsidized lo the extent 'P nn f-Ti rtl-i Pvi^AG • of mme than :i million dollars. ; i <J«J lllgll 1 11CCS "Tlie Foreign Tongue Missions hi'.vc men seivint; ihe Jews l:i New: York, Clilcago and St. Louis: tlid Italians in New Jersey ami ulhcrl places, thi! Persians in Chicago; i tile Mexicans, tho immigranls nt, many porls. the Finns. Poles, Slovaks" Lithuanians, Eslhonians, and others. Besides these people, over 12CO deaf-butes arc lKl:iis served by eighteen missionaries. Literature for the blind is provided monthly for 2WO iJcrsons. Colored Missions are served by 52 pastors. Since 1001 mission-work has been carried on in South America, principally in Brazil and Argentine. Extensive v.ork has al- .so for many years been carried on "in India and Cliinu where almost lifty missionaries are working. More than S1.500.0CO is expended for Home and Foreign Missions yrarlv." Various Lutheran congregations in Memphis. Tenn., Sikcs'.on, Mo.. Lafe, Ark., and o*licr places huvc cecu invited lo the Celebration. Refreshments will be served the visitors after the fiisl service in ihc school by the Pilgrim Guild. The ijcoplc of Blyiheville and surrounding territory are especially invited to these wrvicei. Judgement Rendered in Land Transfer Case A Judgment for $3,600 In favor o( W. S. Davidson and against J. R. Crowe was rendered by Chancellor J. F. Osutney nt the term oi chancery court emlfhg here yesterday. The litigation Involved an exchange of MlVifsMppl and Prairie | county lands. ' T.'.c CLIS? .had been lo the supreme court on a writ of prohibition challenging Ihe jurisdiction of Hie chancery conr\ hen- lo hear ihe mailer anil tin- hinh court had | held Hie jurisdiction was proper. f. C. Doi:glas of tills city represented llavulsnn ami .inlm Tnjrnin or Stiillsrarl represented Ciow, 1 . j Stock Company Musician [ ' Dies Suddenly at Hayti HAYTI. Mo.-Odiliu McD.miild Bull Run Victim Hero to Brother morning. Mr. Winders, wlio ' been traveling for tome time" us b&njolst with the Billy Terrell Sleek company, which played here last week, becnine suddenly 111 NORT ,, ANDOVER MllMi (VP ) Snturdny mid tiled early Sunday _T )loro vm mr to 0 ,, e oul . mcriiliia of heart trouble. He is s i :l , ld |,, E j lcro tl) lllc ev(!s 0 ( joh,, suryml by.his mother and on* „ Cl) ^,_^ 0 , (lor ,/ rolllcr rto rc ' ilor - twns llic only member of IHi com- Ipni-y lo dk- lr. Ihc bntlle of Bull I'.im. In the Civil War. Cole, a( 00, lakes a keen Inlei 1 :it In loml and iiallonal iwllllcs. Ills hobby Is lingering with tools. Eila May Twilla, Three Months Old, Dies Today Ella M.iy old (iniiKiilor Tsvlllo, ilirec-lnonths- o[ Mr. and Mrs. l-ce Twlll;i. died ut 10: IS o'clock till? mcniln,; HI tlic finally home on .\\vst Ash biivel. l-'imrral services will be held tomorrow morning iu 10 o'clock nt S-.uidy liidjo ct'iiK-lory Uiwli-n.ifeiin! company . or Mini-nil [iir:iiiglii!i>iils. Tn,' deceased Is survived by, besides IXT piirciils, two sisters, Ellen iiml jne MnrgniYt. Chnry Tiw Full Worth $10,000 MBl»T>mi, Ore. (UI'I—Uecnnsc Mrs. Iior'T. Jones fell out oi u cr.erry trcr belonging to Ilic city 'of Mtdford. she sued HIP city for brake her --<t. she ry. The Cobb ] * 10 -| KN) il>"»3Bes. Shef Is in charge I' 1 ! 1 !)' 1 ' !lll<l '»'••'»"<• ]«' v.a;: Detective Si-rat. William Hnncy, st rhjh!. oi the Memphis. „..«. ,orce, uho acuially c.pturcd Uoorg, "Muchine Gin,". Ku,,y • ^^^of ^on, ^.^ filled n His Memphis Hideout. Kaney walked Into Ihc eaiuiee where Kelly of M ,. s Hcsile Kuibl)s SV|1S (llkull .... ins hiding and em the drop on the filgllivo willi a saweil-olt ; io ])|.s home in Kentucky Tuesday I xei iiolnun. With riitney lire shown Hatrulman A. O. Clark, loft, and, • - — Floyd Wiebaiuja, who nccoimnnied Ranoy. mothers who watch their (laughters' personal VASHON ISLAND. Wish, <UP) ! llC """ " lr °"> i " "™ «"* '^^ taW • After hvliiK In the United > found CAUDUI good for the re- lai.< M jvnrs. Mrs. Annie P. j ]le( ^ f .^riodii, .mins, cramps and I"'I"-M'!I, Tit. lllls IXH-Olllc It Clll- i ' blic is u iiuilvc of Norway, '.discomfort dufl to malnutrition Luxora Society — Personal Steele Society — Personal Mr. and Mrs. John Henderson oi Hayti spent Sunday l-.orc us guests oi Mr. and Mrs. \V. D. Hudgins. Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Davis and daughters, Ocraldine and Imoscne, spent Sunday at Brtyg City as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jelf Cnnn. Robert Tinsley and Mrs. Prances Burns of Joiner, Ark., and Mrs. Tinsley of Holland were guests, of Mr. and Mis. E. E. Burns Monday. Mr. and Mrs. !-evy Daltan of Black Oak. Ark., were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ilickard Sunday. Otfice Hayes, who is with ihe C. C. O. at Porter-land, Ore., i.1 visiting his parents, Mr..and Mrs. Chip Hayes, mis week. Little Bcttie uond is visiting relatives in Hayti week. Mr. and Mi-s. J. H. Workman and son James Henry accompanied thel: son and brolhcr, John Elmer, lu Fulton, Ky., Sunday. He onrolltu 'there in a school lor the deaf. Tlie Mid-Week club was entertained last week at a bunco party in the home 01 Mrs. H. Johnson. Mrs. Hayes Smith won tiign score prize and Mrs. Charles Kettingcr the low score prize. Guest prize went to Mrs. Fate Cupules. This week Miss Jo Holly is entertaining the club and a table of guesi-- Dexter- Kecicr. sb'jve, newly ni'.niud executive illpector oi tho NK.-\ Consumers' Advisory Hoard at Washington, m'ill liav? as liis jM> the protMtion c( i-onsuiiiprs against exc«sslTe liri<'- tncveaseH under tho cnrlc? nt fair competition. Ke&701' is an ecov.oinist arft wai> (ormerly cupjssd i« newspaper •work. • The Bap'.isl W. M. U. conducted j ! its first program Monday in ot>-. servance 01' the Week ot Prayer; Jor State Missions, September 26-' 27. TIIOEO taking special [jansj were: Mcsdames Ivan MifMin. Anna Terry, John Corkran, n. A., Klmbrou^h and Thos F. Hudson., Wednesday evening [lie membcas- of the Y. W. A. will conclude UIOFC p,.ayer .services Viilh n special program. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Morris of I Jackson. Tenn.. spenl » short lime here Friday on business. : Mrs. Alvln Wunderlicii spent; Saturday in Mcmplils. She \vas ac-; ccmpanied home by Mrs. J. N !lunt who had speni a week it) Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Powell had asj their guests for Ihe weekend their daughter, Mrs. Dean McClurkin. and Mr. McClurkin of niythevllle. j Mr. and Mrs. Carl Umlleet entertained with open home Friday | ecvcntng in honor ot the members of the Luxora' high school football team nntl their guests. O. B. Winston uml his 5011. O. B. jr., of Memphis spent Friday night |£ and Saturday here as the guests; of friends. | M,.. and Mrs. A. Liverom and daughter, Frances, returned Friday after a brief visit with rela- FURNITURE Prices i-onlinui- to lulvunrc mi inn-it ilonis. V011H CASH will do more for you ;il this slni-e now Ihsin il will hler. [n fuel i( will buy what you will need, / iiy considei-od, as die;i|)ly ;is anywhere. 'I'hcsc prices vovur rtuli-'fry cnsl. Slock of new {foods we 1 ! iissnrled. You have plenty Prices quoted below effective this week Cane Chairs 90c 50 !b. Cotton Mattresses . I 45 IS). Mattresses guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. Morgan. :<.i his ciaiijsmer. '• Church" which concluded a week's Mr and Mr*. Dick Neelcy and ; . , turned lo his home Moll . daughter of Camthersville were the jj^ , 1 . lu "" l - u 'MI-. nnd Mrs. L. L. MeDcarroan were the euests or relatives In Halls, Tenn., Sunday. Misses Mabel, Rosn Lon. and Eva Cookc were in Memphis Tuesday with their father, M. C. Cooke, who was to !>c operated on at the Baptist hospital. Woman Deieats Men in Auto Sales Contest STEELE, Mo.—Mrs. John Parks jr.. saleslady for the Leonard j Mrs. Jesse Brown ami daughter. Chevrolet company, has received a'Mnxinc. spent Tuesday and Wcd- cash prize for placing first in the I n rainy in Memphis Memphis Mile in a sales and demonstration conies-, for the month of August. Mrs. Parks was Ihe only woman in the routes', and won tSe.contest in competition with the tales stalfs of 36 Chevrolet dealers. 2 Inch Post Iron Bed 9x12 Felt Base Rugs 9x12 Felt Base Rugs C. C. C. Camp Kr|>l liusy PENDLETO N. Ore. (US') —. Tw'cnty-foiir miles of mountain I road, 151 miles of telephone line. i 15 miles of horse trails, three . miles of drift fence, two dwellings Women Incomes 429 Millions land considerable miscellaneous wort: LOS ANGELES HJPl—Women of' are among the accomplishments of California, reported incomes total-', ll:e C. C. C. cnaip at Fro? Heaven, ling $329.117.18(i (o the federal! in the Umatilla National Forest, so government this year, an analysis- far this year. by Ihe Title Guarantee &• Trust "—. Company revealed. i Read Courier News Want Ads. fe at her home near Cooler. Mr. and Mrs. H. Jonuson had as their (tinner guests Sunday Jiinime Thomas of Joncsboro. Shirley Farmer of Canithersvilie, and the Misses Lillian Boinar and Helen Taylor of Steelc. Bose still and Parker Colcman off Long beach, Cal, arrived Friday to spend several weeks here on business. Miss Alice Smith of Brighton. Tenn.. is here visiting relatives. H. L. Yeagcr and daughter. Miss norolhy, underwent tonsil operations at the McDanicl clinic Sal- urday. Wakeleigh Clark and the Misses Helen Vicfcrey and Lucille Southern left Sunday for Morrllton. Ark., where ' they will enroll in Hardy college. 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Yoinii,- ^n;l son i Izcl spent last week end rerc with' relatives. Vncy were accompanied \ home by Thomas C. and Alina Marshall and Q Bsll McDanici. vhc arc visiting tlicm this week. W. M. Cooper, Mrs. 7,eb Reno.I Mrs. Deivart smith. Mrs. c:ej G.i-- • rett and Miss Golda Marshall spent; OPENING FRIDAY MORNING The Grace-Elanore Beauty Shoppe 9x12 Felt Base Rugs Bes U 6.95 9x12 GoSd Seal Rugs 7.95 Best Grade S cal Coil Springs 6.95 Chifforobes 17.95 Dresserobes 17.95 Ma\ues At the National Brokerage Co. Mem & Young Mens i SUITS Just received rtir now Fall line ; of Clnlliiiijf . . . new stylc.-i in ; hint 1 , Oxford Crcy :intl tuns in j snnppy wt'iivcs . . • . nil wool worsteds and $11*50 16 FALL HATS Tin' new shapes and colms In a good (iniility felt hat—A ml«lity low price. 1 .95 Mens National Five Dress Oxfords Bluek, Inn and brown, ovcvy ]>!iir guiiranlecd to i;ive sat: >l'nclion. Many styles. Si).0f) values now only Ranges, Cast 24.95 Convenient . . . Modi ern Capable . . I.o:ati*d two tlou.'. i.nuth of llir new posttlTIrr on Ilri-Hlway J"5l norm of Kirh> lln:v Slriclly new. equipment nt the lest type, including ilu- nnv nir-cociico I'.rrmanrnt wsve nnrhii ?. Two skilled r.pmlnrs Mrs. J. E. 1'cnpJs of Bljllirvilli-. and Air.'. Cr.ic» I). Franklin of Slcrlc... .f.cth cx- pciienrrd in every phase oi beauty science. SPEClALTwo Days Only Iritto) .ind Saturday only as 3 " t pi-nrou:iirvcd" fcalurc we v>i!l ^ivc prrn:aucntr j\l the* prices ntlvrrd^jd bclniv. I'redrric, tiiigcnc or Nestle Oil Permanent Combination Permanent $5 $3.50 APPOINTMENT NECESSARY. I'KEASE CAM, "INFORMATION" KOH OUR NUMBER Paper, per roll 49c Annn«.u'iiiK the Famous CHARTKU OAK I'arlnr Furnaces and (,'ir- culalor Heaters priced as low ;is SI 1.50. SKK THEM 15KFORK 15UY- 1NG. '.hey have nnc valuable feature thil is exclusive with Charter Your " ecial atlentiou is called to the tVlcbrad'd QUICK MKAI, Oil liant(t • unqucsliomitiiy vriual in value, if nol better, than anything made '.. Ih's nnce range. The 5 liurncr QUICK MEAI, RunRC pritsd as low as §115.00. Think ol it — Tlien conic in and see them. You will then Iniy as many others h;i\c within the past few months. HKiYil-'MHER — Your patronaa;e is appreciated, and you will be sivcn every consideration consistent wilh tymA Come in and lie friendly. CHARLES S. LEMONS Furniture Guaranteed Work Shoes last, Pn $1.19 Seoul last, Pnvncovd soles. Plain toe last in black (inly.. S2.<I8 value. . $1.69 A line nil leather work shoe, leather or I'itni- crml sole.' ?2.98 vnhie. $1.99 Duro Wear 'Work Shoe willi double oak leather sole. 5:1.08 value. $2.98 Men's Coat Sweaters Men's all wool, Jersey knit, com st.vlc, V-nock Rwi-atcvs. $2.50 viihic. Special $1.98 1 Suede Lumber Jacks For men ami lioys, Coat style, ,<JL 1 Ulk. storm-proof, wnnn and durable. ^/JLaVW MEN'S BOOTS We can taki 1 care of your boot needs—four price groups (o select from. See them before buying. $3.48 to $7.95 Men's Dress Pants Men's •?'! ami P:"> a!l wool Pants, Af| fl{) young nun's <-<ml conservative ShX MX' kyles, IS lo 22 inch bottoms. vJ/lLiVW BOYS' SUITS Large selections of all wool suits in sizes 6 to 16. All with 2 pants. Oxford Groy, Bl'ie ami dark stripes. $4.98 to $6.98 National Brokerage Co.

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