The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 27, 1933 · Page 5
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AVKDNESVAV, SEPTEMBER 27, li»33 BLYTHEVILLR. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE Hayti Society — l'crs< Reporting Kelly's Capture onal Where Kelly Was Trapped The following officers of the Ssn- ior Union of the B. Y. P. U. have been elected: Setli Compere, prssl- cicnf Virginia McDonald, vice .president- Mildred Hudglns. recording secretary: Virginia Eachus. corresponding secretary; Ivan Allen treasurer; Thelma Alexander and Mabel Endcrson. group captains and Savllla Gill, dally Bible reader. District Governor L. C. of Hannibal, Mo., was n guest of Ihc local Lions club Monday evening, Mr. Denson gave a splendid address on Lionlsm. Mrs. O. B. Davis of Jonesboro. Ark., is here on business. She Is the guest of Mrs. C. r. Wells. Mr. iind Mrs. Claud Browne and children of Bardwcll. Ky., who had been visiting Mr. Browne's parents of Marmadukc, Ark., were here Monday visiting Mr. Brown's uncle and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Lewis and daughters, while cnroiite home. Mrs. Jack Wilkinson. Jimmy Walker and D:lno Holt of Cairo drove here Sunday. Mr. Walker spout the day with his family and Mrs. Wilkkinson and Mr. Holt drove to Braggadocio and visited their mother, Mrs. Clara Holt. Mr. and Mrs. Mendel shainbdrc and children, Jerome and Carol, drove to Cairo. III., Sunday and visited friends. Mr. and Mrs. Scolt Wallace and the former's mother, Mrs. Ll?7.!e Wallace drove to Cape Glrardeaii Sunday and spent the day with Mrs. Wallace's son. Herbert Wallace. Walter Benson of Martin, Tenn., Heading the federal officers in Mcmohls George "Machine Gun" 1 Kelly was W. A. Justice agent at Birmingham, Ala. Hoicr make Ihi- capture Rorcr, Dfuartmenl wflo iii'.o'.otraphod the'act of reporting the capture to his Washington Mipcrlor by lon« distance telephone. On the toiLlh (ringe of Memphis In jhls inuik'rn I'ulluge In ft quiet residential block, . Giwge "M-.idiliii> Our," Kelly, notorious biinclll was culiliircil by fi'deViil ;nul local ucllcc. The cottage was the home ol J. C. Tichcnor, who. pulkv .say. mis i:u connection with Kelly's, ciiim 1 career. Valley Witnessed Rain of Seven Birdies on Nine- Chicks, Dogs and Fruit Hole Course End Dispute SAN JOSE Cal. (UP)—U rniiinl DALLAS. Tex. (IJl'l—When l'cl' : chickens, dor's and dried fruit, hen- Ion slack', nmnujur Dallas golfVr, Ihe other day ' 1 "' :>l Olls Moreland. Trans-Mis- I lianche, Nick Suzwilo. his fnm- ""'I'l'l chnmplon. and Dennis ol ~ily and neighbors swear !o It. ol ] A freak cyclone suddenly struck in I the Santa Clara Valley ranch. A luncooi) v,!is lifted fn midair, siiill- spsnt Sunday Irene Warth. here visiting Miss Joe Cotton of Marvel, Ark., was State Senator Won Wood Chopping Title, < , lion Corps Camp. Fish flgurntlvc-1 bearded the lions in their ownj Inu Its comcnls. a brood of thoroughly frightened chickens. Trays of dried IruH were lofted ovorlu'ail and showered Suy.ailo. A kennel niici l:\r*;e do;; chained to It wen- Lavender, lonner 'IVxus chain ])lon. In a municlpul louriituncnl. tlwy suid he was Just "hot." 'Hie. chiunpioiib admitted Slade was still "hot" when liv shut seven birdies on a nlne-hule 'round In which he htul challcn»od Morc- laiul and Lavender. Just to show them ills previous playing was WEST GREENWICH, R. 1. (UP) --State Senator Clyde G. Fish of The.clOB sustnln- 1 ' 101 accidental, in the crash that East Greenwich is wood-chopping | ' Fish, with three blows of his RXC, "cut through a red maple log in 1:35.2 minutes. champion of Rhode -Island. r.ere Tuesday morning visiting Mendel Shainberg. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Horex and Mrs. j. L. Davis were called to Hornersville Saturday because of the death of Mrs. Davis' uncle. O. P. Bra-field, who passer] away Saturday morning. Wilson Chapman is sultering Irom malaria and bronchial trouble. He is slightly improved. Mrs. B. H. Dewecsc and daughters, Mary. Mildred and Jean, drove to Paragculd. Ark., Sunday, and visited Mrs. Louis Mayo. Mrs. D. O. Slater was in Memphis Monday visiting Mrs. Olivia Bishop. E. A. Mumme, assistant superintendent °'f the rrisco, who lives at ChnfTce, was here Tuesday on business. ...Geoffrey Johnson left Saturday night for Fornfclt, Mo., where he visited \vitr his parents, .Mr. and Mrs. .T. T.. Johnson until)Monday, when he left,'for St. Louis where he entered the Baptist hospital Ior n tonsilectomy. Mr. and Mrs. M. I,. Pike and children drove to Piggott, Ark., Sunday, and spent the day with friends. Attending • the competition al Noose Neck Civilian Conserva- back. i The Death's Heart siihiiix-nis'-h held wears the sign of death upon its BOSTON. (UP)- The hobby ol SnzTnlo's lunch was the only Miss Mary Powers. 21. Boston sle- oue so affected, but two slmilai nographer. Is horse raclnj. She sioims have occurred rccenlly. owns Comiiii! Buck, which rcccut- .They are bHIeml due to conform- ly won at Itockinghnm Park and I alien of Ihc hills which generale paid $107.« lor every $'2 tlckel In [powerful air c'lrrcnts. Ihc inulucls. •27 Aged Woman Clings To Home as It Is Razed LONDON (UP) — World's End Passage Is being demolished, but! eld Mrs. Kent refuses to (juit. World's End Passage is a block of shim houses in the Chelsea District. which have been condemned I by the London County Council and I Mrs. Kent is a 7-1-ycar-old, parti- | ally paralysed tenant whose one ; room gradually i s being pulled down around her. The old lady steadfastly has declined the alternative accommodation oifcnici her by the local au- Ihorilies. St. lakes her five hourb thorilies. It takes her five hours \;irds away, to collect her old-age eft'ki 5.5% I CAR 26.4% Theie figure* are bated on the lalvit retail regiilfalion flguf«s [tarn R. L, Polt & Company (all ttalei for ilx full monlhi). Since Januaiy R:ir, Chevrolel hm sold in exce« of 425,000 pmi«ng«r ears and Huck». Read Courier News Want Ads. l-nr Greyhound Lines Riles and Timt Schedules Transcontinental ;mri Weal- \ crn Air. Inc. Postal Telegraph I'ast I'ackacc Express Service CM 600 an there be any '' • t- .-•.'. stronger recommendation or a car than this At The Home Of The Mayo Clinic cnocheslcr. Minn.) the health o( ficcr. Dr. D. C. Lockhead. recentl> j-ali" in a statement through the l.t'-fs, "We in the health dcpnrt- !.;cnt arc concerned about milk frjm two anjlcs. Because it is th n best food obtainable, \vc ivanl to sco it consumed in great quau- iillcs^ and berau.se of the possibility of Its spreading disease, wt \,'ant to know that our local supply Is produced under all the refinements of production commercially possible and thai It be pu- luerlzcd so (hat we can (uinnm it safe." Telephone No. 7-1 Bennett's milk Is safe — It's properly paslcuritcd. Bennett's Dairy America can't be fooled when it comes to spotting the best "buy" in any field. America knows too much about motor cars for that. So when one certain car wins almost as many buyers as the ncxf two put to&elher, you know the answer: IT MUST BE BETTER. And that's what the new Chevrolet Six most certainty is. Better looking—it has long, sleek, acr-streamcd lines—Fisher's smartest styling. Chevrolet has better bodies—they're built not just of steel alone, but of steel reinforced by a sturdy hardwood frame. Chevrolet has-a-better engine- six cylinders for lowest-gas and oil consumption, cushion balancing for killing vibration. And Chevrolet gives better value—a long line-up of features, including the Startcrator, Syncro- . Mesh gear-shift', Free Wheeling, which no other low-priced car can match. Now, in September, is Ihc time to start thinking about a new car for winter! And when you do so, think of the way Chevrolet is leading all other cars in sales. What more could you possibly ask as a recommendation for a car than that? CHEVROLET MOTOR CO., DETROIT, MICHIGAN Furniture^ Stock Is Large Buy now before it is exhausted and save the advance You know prices were at the lowest in our history this spring and expecting the advance, we bought heavier than ever before. Buy now and save by our buying, for you when it was cheap Meant if ul MurblUvd, Full Slr.e. Cultlni-l Complete; with rimir Hin, It read liox, g - - $19.75 Itrt'iul Hoard nnd (iliiss\vi<rt>. Kitchen Cabinets CHEVROLET $ 445 TO $ 565 fJlf! few I. o. t. Flint. Mkhifut. 5i>KJtlf<iaif ntafl* ufro. tojr dctinrtd prieet «n</ •«'/ G, V. A. C. In mi, A Qtnvtl Motor] V«/i.«. Shouse-Little Chevrolet Co. Blytheville, : Ark. Hoosier Cabinets Tl » •»*. Best $19" Bed Room Suite up 3 piws, wiilnul lin- ish, 5 putlcrns tn , seloct from $29.75 Living Room Suite 2 '(licet, grei'ii mo- iiair on rose liiunu Vclour $39.75 Oil Range Florence's Gardner Built in Oven $39.75 6 Eye Cast Range FullSi " $24.75 .jib."*) Cook Stoves Open Door, Priced up from No. 7 Large Size Cast Iron Mattresses 55-pound, plated felt fine tick Mattresses 50-pound, all cotton, our Banner Folding Springs 120Coil '••^•IV^^^B^MBMBHH^lBMBiB^'BB 1 '^"^ 1 ''^'^ Beds, Simmons 2-ln. Post Cane Chairs, Best Grade Odd Dressers, Rockers, Maple Rockers, Beds, Dining Chairs All at last year's prices THINK OF IT! Furniture has advanced from 20' : to 100'( and you have a chance to buy at the old price for a limited time only. Second Hand Furniture HALF PRICE Our stock is large, plenty to select Irom Hubbard Furniture Co. Blytheville, Ark.

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