The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 20, 1935 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 20, 1935
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SDAY, MARCH 20, 1935 Minimize Suggeslions That Fulrell Run Agaiii aiu.l Court His Favor. f!y TED !I. MAf.OV Dnllfd Press Staff Correspondent LITTLE ROCK, Ark.. '20. (UP)—One thins certain that cuine from the SOil) General Assembly is that Ll.-Gov. Lee Cn?.ort nnd Speaker Harve Thorn will be considered when gubernatorial candidates arc selected next year. It is loo early to start campaigns but If Ciov. J. M. Futrell doesn't seek his second re-elccilon he Is expected to'support either Cazort or Thorn. Both have had long political careers, both have contemplated the governorship and - Roth hove been quick to minimize 'suggestions that Governor Fmrcll will run again, k Whether or not Governor Pn IP trell run shts, influence is certain .to be n factrjr. ! Cavort has nelcd ns governor twice during his long career. The .ffrst time was In I'Jli when as speaker of the house he served in tile absence of Oov. Charles H. :I3rough and the president of the senate. Next was as lieutenanl- . governor "in 1933 when Governor .Fulrell attended Hie Oklahoma Press Association convention. He was lieutenant-govetnor in 1929; 30 but Gov. Harvey Parnell never .left the stale. . j Thorn's crowning legislative achievement was pushing his liquor legalization bill through the ; recent legislature. Although a total abstainer himself he fought for .the measure to bring needed stnte : revenue and control of the liquor business. i There were allusions to expccl- ; e<l candidacy of.Cazorl and Thorn during the 50th general assembly. .Some legislators pledged support .' on several occasions. i Probably the biggest question is 'Pntrell's position. With him and his influence out of the way things would be comparatively simple- just a free-for-all since the double primary has been repealed. Reports persist that the governor will receive some federal appointment. A usually reliable informant salo the latest set-up is for Futrell to receive a federal Judgeship In June. There are no bench vacancies in Arkansas; where he would be seated is indefinite. Apparently, the long-anticipated jaupointmeut .'of .-.Senator. Joe T.' i-SrSobinson ,to "some cabinet position'i - Jbr federal jniigeship is losing its. speculative luster. The national administration has shown no' disposition to part with its majority leader. The wise money now is on Robinson running ngaln next year. Futrell had been expected to resign ns governor and receive the senatorial npjioinlment shoulr Robinson advance. : Election time Is u long way off but it's nn odds on bet right now FutreH'R influence will help some candidate get ii gubernatorial majority and that Robinson will be seeking re-election. .. . : Out of Death Trap to Safety WiUi the yellow torrents of St. Franc is river surging nrollmi tliell . ,„„ crnft . f n Senath, Ura of . el . „ crn> ra of 1)1P tllomnnd of ncomg devastating noods in midwest and somh. Mrs . Berntee cowell nnd her baby o are "' " ' -.-*--- ... ,their home near iro..e damage has been caused by the deluge along the Mississippi ,,,,d IL, tributaries. inousands of acres of crops arc far under water over n vast area. and Roy A. Lawson were named at Lost Cane wkere 41 voted. At JO and 8, I. A. Harrison nnd B. D. White were elected by the 12 who voted. There were 100 votes enst at Stlllman where J. p. iioliman, L. J. Spears nnd J. B. Herndon were elected. At Flat Late, Bert Battles nnd T. G. Johnson were elected. Seven votes were cast. Doynlon's election named Joe Morgan nnd W. ,M. Skinner. There ivere G2 votes cast. At Gremel! the 23 who voted elected O. w. n ot ter niiU Harvey Hurt, The Ekron election resulted in the namim; of w. c. Stone and A. S. Aslmbranncr. Fifteen voted At Clear Lake J. A. Haynes and Louis Ifeim were named. There were 28 voles cast Aclcfilionn! Reoorls Received From Districts Tlini- : out County. . Returns of the school elections held Saturday continue to be filed slowlv with Miss Carey Woodburn, county court clerk. None of had contests. •. In addition to those already announced these have reported: , Pecan Point elected E. B. chiles js director and voted 12 mills with .15 votes cast. Kcisor. with 6li votes CM. clert- ed R. H. Robinson nnd J. H. Fla " M V ° tCd ' 8 mills elected Bert Battles "Tm" T° ",' .Johnsrn. nnd voted 18 milts. At Tomato, where 20 voles were Rcece named Clay stallin RS direr! or and voted 18 mills will, "K votes cast. N C, E. Johnson and j. j. j, T were elected nt Number Nine wherp n 12-mill lax wns voted, g^en voles n'crc cast. E. w. Robertson was elected nt Brown, wliere 22 voted. 'Dr. N. R. Hoscy and L. p Bowden were elected by the 3' 1 ~ 1 " voted nt Shawnec school, at At Ix-achvllle T. E. Rose and Elmer TucX-er irere elected. There wr- 47 who voted. " r)l " -"even who voted at Nirni- h-r ,-,„, nlnrlM c E ana .1 .1. Moore /H no,, ,,,^, wwr , 7 , VOK|J '7 V r /' RBri 'in. E"lMa ? ers nn'l P A sinc'iv nnnieri. At Shadv orove the 54 votes cait were for A. c. Reed. O. i? /Ctetner , atl d \v \v Carey wore elected nt Blackwnler vMicre 50 votes were cast Sylvan Girdley. W. A". Stnllcr LF.ACIWILLE, Ark.-T, E. Rose, ind Elmer Tiifker, were • elected school directors of the School District Number 40 in the Lenchville erntory in Saturday's election Voting in the district was light m?' UJ !, d ' R "' Tabor ' and To111 ' htt, with the two new members will snide the educational affairs for the next twelve months The 18-mtll tax went over bv a :ig majority. ' Steclc-Cooter Societv — Personal Among (hose from Cooler who attended the associalional mect- ms In Uayti Sundav ivcrc Miss°s Uln. Gladys and Vera Wein^field. Ruby Hollinsivorlh, Mildred Harris, Rev. . Holders nnd Elmer and Arnold Jones. Miss Nadlne Bums of St 'Louis arrived Sunday stayed here was gone, has returned to her home in Braggadocio. Mr. and Mrs. Lenlz nnd dnugh- icr ol Motherland spent Sunday with Mrs. Lentz's parents, Mr. and Mra. j. M. Martin, of Cooler. Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Spencc nnd Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Spanec spent Monday in Memphis on business. Mrs. Brooks lower tooth right by these others. When he was born February B he weighed seven and n hnlf pounds nnd was nn average baby In every way except for his biting facilities. He is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Hancock who reside on Dougiin Ave. Roy W. Harper. Frank Elbert Laivlion and Mrs. Atty. Harper, Ruth Lawhon and Mary Anna Michie spent Sunday in Jonesboro nnd were accompanied home by Miss Eunice Guthrie, of Steele, and Miss Irene Outline, of Lake City, Ark., who had been there the past mpnth while Miss Irene has been a patient in St. Bernard's hospital, where she underwent an appendix operation. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Spence have rented the Stewart home, recently occupied by Mrs. Chas. Jenkins, and will move into it the latter part of this week. Since their marriage recently they have made tlielr home with parents, Mr. and Mr. SpeJice's Mrs. H. A. for an extended sic'eV'"' 1 rCl!U ' VCS '" Coolcr il " d Miss Eunice Guthrie has returned from mi extended visit in Jonesboro. Mrs. A. D. Abernalhy. M rs . Rice Arnold. Mrs. R. R. Marshall and daughter, Miss Ava. and Miss Mal ,, Fraiiccs copsland spent Monday in McniDhis slmppin B and visiting Miss Helen Marshall. Mr. and Mrs. Mervii, Wells rc- lume<l home over the week-end nftcr several months visit in New Mexico, where they have been for Mr. Wells' health Mr. and M,-s. n. O |, i( . Alsbraok a e returned from „„ exlendod M , if i " I( ' l!1 - ollis »s guests of Mis. Alsbrook's sister. Mri Emmet lacs, . Mr . y a(cs w| . . Spcnee, on Walnut avenue. Mrs. Anna Evans left Tuesday to enter the Methodist hospital in Memphis, where, she will undergo several major operations, she was accompanied by her husband and her brother, Chas. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Oakley and daughter are spending this week in Lonoke, Ark. Cecil Weingflpld spent Sunday in Memphis nnd, was accompanied home 'by his "wife 'in'ri daughter and Mrs. H. C. Nunnery, who luid visited relatives in Memphis since tasl. Wednesday. At a meeting of the V. p. w. in the armory hall Friday- night final .plans were made; for the play, ^'Crashing Through.": rwhich will be given March 26 and 29 In the high school. This week the characters mid' special . numbers are being selected by the director Miss Aline '/eager assisted Bayles Little. While here Miss Yeager is the houss- gcrcst of her brother, Howard L Yeager. and family. Mrs. M. A. Massey Is in St. Louis this week representini; the local Woman's Missionary society at the stnte meeting that will so on all- this week.. Cecil Weingfleld and Miss Ovelia Young spent Tuesday in Memphis where he attended to bn.iine^ and she visited he.r aunt shopped. and Three Child Children Observe Same Birthday Claiming honors for birthdays falling on the same day arc children of Dr. nnd Mrs. Fred Child. Barbara, who is 10, Patricia, who is five, nnd Fred, who Ls two celebrated their birthdays Monday as all were born on March 18. Assembly of God Bible Conference In Session The Hjble conference of the Assembly of Clo<l church for northeast Arkansas Ls being held In (his oily ivliii scnlces eiich evenln B i>t 7:15 o'clock except Siilurdiiy Amnin- the visiting lenders lire Ihe fi,. v . J. w, smith of (losnell »ov. W. i. Lewis and (ho Hcv.' any Walsh, of Pnni|',ouk|. the liev Mr. Si'lmllK of Driver Grove, the Rev. W. n. Munns nnd n, ( , K ( , V U. R. Ilopun, of Missouri The Hov. Mr. Lewis Is i-omliiet- bil! the .services Has Served 31 Years As School Director lielng a school director | s lt liaUlt \viili 11. M. -lielew, .secretary of the hoard of ihc Brown si-liuol who has nerved u ' total of -ji years as n ineinlicv D| .school boards in throe Arkansas counties. He served In llundolph ami Lawrence counties More unnlnij to Brown, In the western purt of »'llssl.*sippl county, where he 1ms nnd i lie Job for seven years. Stilt Hunting Officers Stalk Smoldering; Tree Smoke curlinn Irec to|>s of u section west of nlytheville immtsiaknble evidence of out ;tl>mv Hie hi'iivlly woflded seemed c!en illirit slill, soUKht" by three big and bold ofllcm, Arch Uiul- sey and .less llorner. deputy sher- Ifls. nnd Federal Agent Knnpp Monday, Picking (heir way carefully the o/licers separated and circled the supposed silll. Cautiously they closed in nnd arriving, with guns OUR BOARDING HOUSE PAGE TEREK By Aheru START \ W G A "W TOO WITH YOUR GARDENING I t-EAP,, NEIGHBOR "BAXTER; --HrA-M—I\L "DRAFT A GARDEN CALEUOAV, FOR YOU .BAXTER DIVING THE TAVOPAT3LE PLANTING ' —1>A NOT P1ANN\NG A YEAR-HMO-..-TlODURfc 1'UL'PViT "U-\\S 'PLACE ON THE PAARKtT^ANO 6ET SOME , WHAT NO 60ATS H6S TOO THICK TF0R , THAT CRACK / ^ OUT OF AN ESTATE COUNTRY-SORT rY\Y "RACING STABLES NOD SfV\ALL HERD >. -PRI7F- HOLSTEINS L^**\_^i_ . K * , . r^t/jv/ with guns and ux, H uovc niiite evldeiu'e of past ruid.s, liow- , uvcr, nnd the deputies iidmltted tic piitL'hi'il It would . - j;mrs ""•• <»>iiuumi drawn, found n dead tree burn- | !lnl1 1>»1 back Into g. the lulure. The inislnkc, which cost the of(leers about 30 minutes of stead i 1 tramping, was not without Its redeeming feature. OHIccr Knapp stumbled over a mil still while closing In on the burning tree. H was.about 50 yards iiwuy. The slill was unattended mid ihe 'ol- ficers destroyed it the best they SACflAMKNTO, Cill. (UP) — Euriy risers saw flakes of MIOIV iiiirt- recr-iKly, the tlilrd time tn HO years thai snow has been re- nirdcd here In March. Tanner HI,|H Own c n in n NEW liURN, N. C. 'UP)—Wlu-n \VIHInin W. Cook, fanner, (lied near here, lie WHS burled in n coffin which he had liullt from choice cypress wood. Vor liner- co«in porch. the remained on his front Ruptured? Then come nnd see our Expert Truss ruler hi'i-p for one day, SiiUmlny, March a:ird. 10 A. M' until 'I 1'. M. Robinson Drug Co. Foodi once a diy. ._' Hubbard Hardware Co. ; — xofarastvekjioiv tobacco wn.t .first tised about 400 yeanr ago n -throughout the years what one thing has given so much much satisfaction 1 * " % s ' Blytheville Infant Born With Two Teeth | A bab(; -fjprn with one .tooth is newR\uut 'Don Lewis Hancock jr. v or -this ci(y, goes Nashville, Teiin.. where MreY-Ucs lion. f>CCCPtC(1 " govemmc "i 'Posl- r™ Brooks h!L<! rclll from Ftmger, Teun where was called by tlle serio" i, of her brother. Prank Nailer, passed away Sunday. H Blue Star Kills ;• The Itch Germs Tosclridofitcli.r.isli tet ' con ,, ,, iral whic wnlnins tested medldnc that melts waks HI miicklv aa ,l'),m s n, " Money back if first jar fnils Expert Truss Filter ierc Saturday. March 23rd 10 V M. until i p. M. come In. Free Consultation. Robinson Drug Co. —^^i^^BlHH^^Ifl^^^Bh For Moving & Transfer JOHN HUCHANAN JVood & Coal There Are MOKE GOOD CUPS Of Coffee In Every round Of Four Leaf ovcn/or of Nor lit Carolina vnior of Sou tli Carolina— a c't par cite" It mis a matter of pride irith a /io.s( in Colonialdays liitil Ms guests shouhl ..snioA- fo6«cra'' ' oivn'pl DAV ppoplo all over \\\c. world use •^ lohiuuio in out* form or another. They cliow fl, ihcy siuoko it, in pipes, llioy.sniokecig,'ir.s,')H(l ('ig;ircU(v;,!iii(l hero is wlisil nn eniinrul. pliysirinn snid a "/ linn; IHTII xnnu'Htliii/ of a x "f rinnrrtfcx, and it /.? my belief that the.)! offer Hie mildi'st and purest form •in it'liirh tobacco in used." Yes, nowadays Ihe cigarette is the most popular form in wliicli tobacco is used. A good cigarette certainly gives men and women n Jnl of pleasure. Have a Chesterfield— Fur one thing— they're wilder. For ttnittlu'i- thiiiy —they luste. better. • i i To» ( cco <:.-:,

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