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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 27, 1937
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1937 BLYTHBVILLE, (ARK.> COURIER NEW* Drivers Walkout and Dive Under lo Halt Bi Ruses PAGE THREE Caruthersville Jury Finds} Defendant Guilty 0 n | Second Trial CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo.—After deliberating twenty hours, a jury Thursday morning upheld the vei diet of a jury In 1934. in the trial of Walter Gregory, found guilty on robbery • charges in the circuit j court here three: years ago. The irial. before Judge J. V. Billings of Kennett, on a change of venue, began Wednesday morning, the case going to the jury yesterday afternoon, which deliberated over Its.verdict all night, This trial van unusual in that Oregon 1 had already served one- third of a prison sentence meted him 'in 1934. In that year, Gregory, who lives in New Madrid county, on .1 change of venue healing here, was sentenced lo 10 years for robbery. He appealed lo the supreme court when ttie circuit court here refused to grant him a new trial. Unable to fur nish bond while awaiting the high court's disposition of the appeal, Gregory was sent to the penitentiary about Sept. 1st, 1934. Recently the appeal was granted, and after having served three years of the sentence, Gregory was brought Here for u second trial of his case. Following the jury's decision this morning it was Indicated that Gregoiy would file for a new trial. In another interesting case, the first of its kind ever heard in this'circuit court, also a change ol venue hearing from New Madrid county, Tom Shaw, marshal at Gideon, Mo., was found guilty on charges of bribing a witness. The jury was unable to agree on punishment, and Judge L. H. Schult fined the defendant $100 and sentenced him to 6 months in the county jail. Bond of 52000 was set for his appearance while motion for new trial was being perfected. This is perhaps the only misdemeanor case In this state which carries a possible prison sentence, Ihe maximum being two years. I'xtx'cinl lo Join (his wt'k. Miss Nellie MrCluimlmii. ihatinmn of the program commlltep, Introduced Philip liitmrn, who K!iv« nn Intcr- exlhiB Inlk nboiil his trip to Syria. Two new members of the Hut), Mrs. II. o. Tliouins niul Mrs. Clayton Sdiull/., were Introduced. * * * KnliTlaliiN (,'lub * Mrs. A. I'. Ki'rsey rntrrlalnrd the members of Itie Tuesday afternoon lirldgp club al her country home on Insl Fridny nflcrnooh, Mr.s. A. Knnpp of VicksblirK, Mich,, mid Mrs, T. ii. Osliorne were guests , of ihe eluu. Mrs. J, \V: Tipton re] jcoivcd u kit tilled will) Christmas | wrappings us high clnlj prize. The pri/o, hiindinndi' Iliv-.i handkerchiefs, went to Mrs. Knn|i]> Steele-Cooter Holland Society — Personal Mr Farl -Bradsbaw , Miss Nola Bradshaw and O. L. McFarland, both of Campbell, were married In the home of the officiating ~ niTriisler, the Rev. M. A. Massey, pastor of the Methodist church before a friends. few intimate Hayti Society — Personal Mrs. nnrt son, Hugh Jr., of niythevillo, wen: lien Krldny vWlInu Mr, niul Mr.s. M.t.'.'k Morgan, Albert and nonry Hinnra spent Thursday In Fulton, Ky., with Ihelr mini, Mr.s. K. llnmiii, ',nd Mr. llaitmt. They were nccoin- panlEd home by Ihelr cousins, Misses KmllciiR, oliiclys' nnd Adclc Momrn. who spent Friday here. Mr. und Mr.s. Wolf Khmirlc c-i- Miss MnttU' Sue Ctirlls arrived lust •Ilim-Mlay frnni Cliirksilale, f'^\'n~7,l si. lank Aril-.., Where .she Ls employed In , llllm - u „,„, „,,, the olllci's of n mining coijioru Striking drivers of eight northeastern Greyhound -Bus lines threw uicmsclvfs under the wheels of the bl« curriers In Cleveland th above pfctues were takn. in a partly successful effort lo prevent the company from operating in spile or a walkout lor higher WHE.-I Photo at lEft was taken as a driver matched strength with a New York-bound bus for « moment, and the,, switched tactics lolltiw under the bus with his head only a tew inches from a huge tire, whore he Is shown nt rlghl. He remained ti )Cre lln , 10Hr „„,,,' ... ° gers were removed from the vehicle. Less successful strikers wire pulled npm under the buses by policemen w ], 0 then escorted' th • ie strike was culled against Oteyliountl lines operating east of the Mississippi ami north of Norfolk Vi carriers out of town. Immediately after the wedding the young couple left on a honeymoon to be spent at Minini, Fla. * * * There was a large attendance at the .regular meeting of the Woman's Missionary society when it was entertained in the home ol Mrs. J. H. Workman Monday at- ternoon. .A. discussion of the fifth chapter of the study course book was given by Mrs. O. A. Dunnlvtmt and the usual roxitine of business was transacted. The society will be entertained at the home of Mrs. O. A. Dunnivant next Monday. * * + Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Richards and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cain of Gosnell, Ark., were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Nelson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Kouch and children, at Lnxora, were guests Thanksgiving of Mrs. Kouch's sister, Mrs. J. P. Patterson, and family. Mr. ^and Mrs. W. N. Holly have written members of their family here that their son, Buell Holly, of Woodmen, Colo., who Is In a hospital there where he underwent an appendectomy recently, is considerably improved at this time Mr. and Mrs. Holly, who have been here with him the past week will remain until he is out of danger. . W. J. Elley, of Cape Girardeau.' spent Tuesday in Stecle as guest of Mr. and Mr.s, T. E. Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. McBride and son, Lloyd, and Mrs. L. c. Spencer spent yesterday in Joiner, Ark., as guests of the ladies' parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Jordan spent Sunday in Sikeston as guests of their daughter, Mrs. James Hazel, and family. Mrs, Velmer Campbell was hostess to a dinner party Saturday evening in honor o f the birthday anniversary of her husband, to whom the affair was a complete surprise. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Brigsance, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Russell of Cooler, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wells of Osceola Ark. Elwood Brown and Bob Strothers are expected home this evening after a week's business visit In points ol Wisconsin. Mrs. Marcus Limbaugh and Mis A. W. Jordan visited Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Johnson In Kennetl Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Hadley Ltmbaugh have moved here from Wilson Ark. Robert Steele has relumed after a business visit in Lllvle Rock. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Reno entertained with a dinner party Sunday. The following were guests: Mr. and Mrs. Sims Michic, Frank Harper, Mrs. Ruth Lnwhon of Steele, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Holly )f Cooler, Mr. and Mrs. W. A Hudson and son, Howard, of Deer- ng, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hudson if Peach Orchard. Mr. and Mrs. jordan Neice of Braggadocio. Mrs, Oclis Barger and children pent last week end at Denton is guests of her parents, Mr. and vlrs. Nesvt Denton. Mr. and Mrs. T. Davis moved :o Cooler from Huffman, Ark.. iunday. Mr:. Geo. LaBoe and daughter /oa, of Detroit, Mich., who have ieen visiting Mr. and Mrs. John VlcCoi tnick and Mrs. Eva Lossing •.nd their families the past week, 3ft here Wednesday night to visit •elatives in Newborn, Temt., be- ore returning home. Miss Montana Crawford was lostess to n party at her home n the Maplewood community Fri- Jay night in honor of her Iflth lirthday. There was a large gathering of friends, most of whom were members of the Epworlh league who enjoyed an evening it rook and other games. The high iward In rook, a diary, went to 3. J. Merryman, the low score iwiird, cards, went to Miss Martha Robbius. Mrs. Minnie McClurc was host- iss to a twelve o'clock dinner in honor of the birthday anniversary of her daughter, Miss Margrete, Thursday. The guests were Mrs. L. A. McCann and children of Crockett, Mr. and Mrs. Basil Mc- 31 ure and son, Jimmie. Glen D- Smith of Amaiillo, Tex., who has been visiting his mother, Mrs. Ida Smith of Stecle, has jone to Memphis where he is taking treatment In the Veteran's .lospital. His brothers, Floyd, Hays md Shirley Smith and Mrs. Floyd Smith were in Memphis to see ."lim the first of this week. Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Fisher of Holland had as their guests for Thanksgiving his sisters. Mrs. C. 3. Mabry and Mrs. C. S. Joyner, md Mr. Joyner, nil of Dardell, The Archbishop Weighs Divorce Mr. and Mrs. W. Burns .vent to Cape Girardeaii Wednes- Jay where they met the former's brother, Ruble Bums, who has been attending school at Rolla, Mo,, and who came home for a .•isit with his parents, Mr. anrt Mrs. Earnest Burns. L. M. Harper, who is attending State Teachers college In Cape Girardeau spent the latter part ol 'he week here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Harper. Major Griffin of Lake City, Ark., •vas a visitor in this city Wednesday night and was accompanied uomc by Miss Eunice Outline of that city who had been visiting her sister, Mrs. Ruth Lawhon. for the past ten days. Rosco Curry, of Memphis, Is spending this week end here as guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Curry. L. A. McCann received a severe Bash on the head in an auto accident recently. The cut is not healing quickly. Mrs. L. Jordan of Atlanta, Ga., who has been here visiting her son, A. L. Jordan and family left recently for Eureka Springs, where she will take treatments at a hospital. Dr. T. S. Cooper left yesterday to spend the winter at his cabin at Ft, Myers, Fla. He was accompanied there by John i Terry. Mrs. John German and daughter, Jean, and thp former's mother, Mrs. Craig, left this week for Redding, Calif., for an extended visit. A sister of Mrs. German returned with them to her home in Redding. Buman Thompson of Atlanta, Ga., has arrived for a visit with friends and relatives in Cootcr. Mrs. A. L. Jordan and daughter, Jill, have returned home after a visit with the former's sislcr In Sternness, piety and intense thought, blending in the face of i Britain's. Archbishop of Canterbury, above, seem .to portray ' better than words his uncompromising, altitude toward di.' vorce; whether it affects king ; or commoner.' He Is pictured as he listened gravely to a Church ol England Assembly discussion of 'a proposal to prevent clergymen from performing marriage-services lor any divorced man or woman. Walnut Ridge. Ark., who lias been very sick. Mr. and Mrs. George Patty have moved to tile McCann farm at Number Nine. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Merryman have moved into the Workman property on Walnut street. Mrs. M. A. Massey have returned after a visit with her sister, Mrs. Lester McBride of Laurel, Miss. Mrs. Gideon Crews spent Wednesday in Memphis. Misses Veltna Jones and Gladys Weingfield, of Memphis, are spending several days with their parents Jin Cooler. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burns, of Denton, spent Sunday here as guests of his father, R. E. Bums, and other relatives." S ave by Having hoes Repaired at Shoe Shop 115 So. 2nd "Yankees" really means English. When the first English settlers came to America, the nearest the Indians could come to pronouncing the name was "yengces." That was twisted to Yankees and later applied to Americans. Read Courier News Want Ada Arkansas State College Choir To Appear Here Plans have been completed for the program to be given by the, a cappella chclr of Arkansas State' College at Jpnesboro, under the direction of Clyde E. McMeans, at the hl"li school auditorium Fridny, Dec. 3. at 'q o'clock, Mrs. McMeans will appear on Ihe program with the choir and In a special number with Mr. McMeans. She is director of music of the Baptist church in Jonesboro. The choir consists of 22 voices, including Mrs. A. B. Fail-field and N. B. Menard jr., of tills city. A program of folk songs and carols of other countries Is to be presented in costume. An added feature on the program is to be <i one-act comedy, ' Sparkin'". presented by the Bly- thevllle Little Theater. The play is directed by Mrs. Charles Cohoon of Holland. Members of the cast lire Misses Margaret shaver and'- Bernice Chilton, of this city and'Miss Nina Harris and J. R? Barnett jr., of Holland. . Ira Gray Wilf Talk At Club Session Mrs. Ira Gray will give brief reviews of the new books in the city library at the regular meet- Ing of the Business and Professional Women's club Monday nisht at the Hotel Noble. Also at tills meeting Mrs Ca'r- ne Berryman will give a talk on international relations. Several Divorce Suits Filed Here Recently A number of divorce suits have been flled recently in chancery court here. Included are: Lula Sellers vs., Dewey Sellers grounds, indignities; attorney, P. C. Douglas; Royal Sanders vs. Lucille Sanders, grounds, indignities- ntlomey, Claude F. Cooper; Arnola Jones vs. Sarah Jones, 'ground, desertion; attorney, Bon McCourtney; Charline Tankersley vs. G. C. Tankersley. ground. Indignities- attorney, Neill Heed. ] lion. Miss Ciirlls lins Ijrai In Arizona for several years, leaving here foon after her ttiiidunllon from Junior College, she Is a guest of Mr. anil Mrs. C. O. Slirnnrd. Stir- Is ulso spending some lime will) her futher. John Curtis, at Col- Innwood, nnd with Mrs. Howard Smith nt Sli'ele. , Dr. S. W. Drlfigers of Knnsus City, Mo., the llnplist Stale Brotherhood snTi'tiiry, Is conducllim n series of services at the locn! Baptist church. |' Mrs. C. W. Curlln nml daughter, Miss Dollle, will spend Thanksgiving nt Hli-kman. Ky.. wllh their daughter and sister, Mrs. c. W, Reed. They ivlll return Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Peck and Misses Cynthia nnd Dollyc Robinson siient Wednesday in'Memphis Miss Esther Marie Scliiuiillebach left Wednesday evening for St. Louis, Mo., where she will spend lorlnineil us Iheir dinner 'Ihursduy evening Mrs. Ally ill Mrs. I'lilillp nnd daughters. I'uiillne nnd lit ten ami I'red und R»b»il Minimi. Mr.s, l-'cirhn lelt Hint evening for St. lx>uls lifter a t«i (Inys visit lien 1 with her cousin. Mrs. I'hlllp llnmra, nt Ciiruth- crsvllle nnd Mr. Wolf Khoiirlo und Mis. Khum it. Miss lime Wuiili nnd Ernest Ti ntiUi' molrocd Tliui'Mlay. to Momphls ui) Caruthersville Society —- Personal West Hide Club Kntertnlncd Mr.s. Atnos Recker was hostess to members of the West Side club nnd one guest. Mrs. Clco Goodwin, at Die Eat, Shop, Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Goodwin received a pair of pillowcases for high score, Mrs. J, L. Daniels cut for consolation and received a deck ol cards. Sawyers Hosts lo ^Club Mr. anil Mrs. John Sawyer jr., were hosts to the members of the Oil nnd O)i Club and three guests, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hopke and Dr. C. c. Castles, Thursday evening. An elaborate Thanksgiving menu had been prepared, and was served buffet stylo, the guests being seated at three" small tables, 'In.-ihe bridge games after cllnnei', Mrs. Ernest Hazel held high score-iaml was presented a pottery vase, and Dr. Castles, holding men's high score, received a tie. <• • » Hostess lu Woman's Club . The - Woman's club met at the home of Mrs. A. p. Campbell Tuasday afternoon. Mrs. Hugh Tistadt, chairman of the Department of Education, hail charge, of the program. Site introduced the' Thanksgiving holidays with her mother, Mr. nnd Mrs. N. C, Bucr and Mr. and Mrs. Eldred Diier und two children of Ciuiby, Minn., arrived Sunday afternoon ami spent several days with Mr. and Mrs W. V. Robinson and family and Miss Niiimlc Hampel. Mrs, N. C. Bucr. Mrs. Robinson and Miss Hampel lire sisters. On 'niesday Mrs. Robinson, accompanied bj her guests, spent Ihe day at points In Tennessee. The party left Wednesday for their home In Minnesota. Mrs. Rebecca. Adams and fumllj have moved ^rom Bcckwlth nvenu. Inlo Ihe Uolunti properly on Ferguson avenue. j Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dent and daughters, Miss Aimn Margaret and Wnync, spent Thanksgiving In Liltle Rock, Ark., with relatives A. p. Kersey left . Wndnesdaj morning for Success, Ark., to attend the funeral of his brother J. B. Ker.sey, who died there. Tuesday. Cliitid Orndy Is cfliivalcnclng- lit Ills homo from n recei|t onuri- llnn iicrforniHl at ihe SI. Jnse])l) if,|)ll;il ut Minnphls. Mr.s. O. T. Martin accompanied icr biolhcr, Harry Cuuningh.'iin •f Cnriitht'isVllle. to Cape Icnu Thursday where they visited heir mother. Mr.s, M. K. Carter, vho Is In the ho.spllal couvnle:*- ng from ncclilujil iiijuvlos. They )io»i;ht hir linine. Mr. and Mrs. Knn'st Ij^Ilcr. Warren Ruy nnd J. S,, Wnhl of Jnrulhcrsvtlle motored lo St. Louis rinn.sdiiy nml siieiit Tlinnksglvlng;. The Rev. and Mrs. William Huffman and Miss Mildred De Lee Humiston was the first man to travel 100 miles an hour on a motorcycle, in 1912. Builders ol racing motorcycles then limited the piston displacement to keep speed within the bounds of safety. Of 12,000.000 Insured persons in England. IIMO.OOO are In continuous employment, 2,000,000 undergo brief periods o f unemployment and 1,000,000 are out of work one month in every four. FREE INSTRUCTIONS In Latest Styles Knitting •'BERNAT" KNITTING YARNS Mrs. Leslie Hooper 1109 Chlckftsawba Phone V92 FOR CHRISTMAS % I SJ??. fflB ' . Your Photograph' •. i'f'B ± SOUTHWORTH *1 -X^^ Over Joe Isaacs' gforj ?i5JfifJ '^^ Hemorrhoids-Piles CURED WITHOUT SURGERY & GUARANTBKU Safe, sure and wllh less discomfort. All diseases and conditions of nerrouj origin, foot ailments and skin uncen treated and cored at our clinic. DRS. NIES & NIES Chteopathfc Physician* 5H Main Phone 88 BljtfaetlHe, Ark. Rev. L. Meyer, who talked oil Nnlionnl Education Week. Mi's. Tistadt gave n brief history of the public library. Mrs. Campbell s'eived. refreshments at the close of Ihe' -afternoon's program. . * "' . ' * • * I)iniicf at Palace for B. i -t>. W. Club Tsventy members of the and Professional Women's club attended a dinner meeting at the Palnce Cafe Tuesday evening. During the business session, Miss Ruby Barker was elected lo membership in the club. The Red Cross Committee reported that all members of the club had enrolled during the Red Cross drive wilh the exception of two, and they were Will Conduct 10-Day Singing School Here L. 11. Bone, of Piiragoiild, wll begin a 10-nlght singing school n. :he .Nazarcne church at 7:30 o'clock Monday. Mr. Bone is collected will Beard's Temple of Music f n Pnm- goukl. lie hns had many years o experience in work of this kind An invitation has been exlendei to the public lo attend this nchoo the proceeds of which will be use to defray Mr. Bone's expenses. SPECIAL Merchants Mf\ I'lale /ll If* Lunch IVV HOTEL NOBLE "Where Hospitality Is a Rtallly." Now Located at 101 North Second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON EDWARDS, Propriety All makes of Rebuilt Typewriters, Adding Machines and Calculators—Repairing—Farts—Hitibons LAST NOTICE LEVEE TAXES Pay Now and And Save 25; Penalty and costs Will he in Dlylheville (E. M. Terry's Office) November 22nd to November 30th I Mrs. Lyn P. Gooch, Collector Blytheville, Ark. spent ihe Thnnksglivn'{ holidays here with her moitiei', Mrs. Ota SlanHl. I-ouis Spaldlns .,f St. Louis openl Ihe 'niantaglvlivji hollilnys he-re' with his parents, Mr, and Mr:,. Sum Hpaldlnjj. Miss Jtilla Hngt'iiinn, who Is at- ndliiR college til Cape Olrar- deun, spent Ihe holidays here with her parents. Mr. and Mrr,. Bill iJngeman. Fred llainra nrroir.pnnled Mr. nnd Mr.s. Sam Ifanuii of Stei-Ie, to Fulton, Ky., 11v.iv.iJny where Ihey spent the hohdav w lth Mi. nnd Mrs. Mose llamr.1. Miss Georgia Ashley,' who is unending Sonthc-ist ' Missouri Teachers college, spent the hull- days litre with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clout. Ashley. Mr. ami Mre. Lnw:i Jlerrel, of Arljyrd, were here Thursday vis-, lllni! Mr. llcrrcl'.s parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Chmld.s Henel. Mrs. Charles 'rrnlnor, Mrs. J. E. Dtincnn und Mr.s. 15. D. Crowe drove Hslfrii Hug)) Duncan to Memphis Kitiulay ultcr his having spent the week end here with his parents. They spent Sunday with Mr. nnil Mrs. Charles Edsjnv Diiucnn. Mr. nnd Mrs. U V. McDonald iinrt dntightrr.'i, idu O'lco and Shii'- ley Ann, anil Mrs. Scottle Mc- I3onnld motored lo Joncsboro, Ark., Thursday nnd .spent tho holiday. with Mrs. McDonald's pai- fiils, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Buell. Earl Mnrlln, who Is attending Oiinclilla college at Arkadclphla. Ark., spent Ihe holidays here wltu his inuenl.s Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Mnillii. To Present Courthouse Marker At Osceola OSOEOLA, Ark., Nov. 27.—A. marker, conuncinoratlng the loca- «esc rcturnrd liome Wednesday | tion of the first, courthouse In Ml»- roin Tulsii, Okla.., where tln> slsslpnl county here will be dedl- froi ricv. Mr. lluflimin «-ns engaged n a revival meeting at the Bap- list church tor three weeks. M(SS ntweese visited wllh her auul, Mrs. Charles Flmieuan. Clctls Bldcwcll nml Miss Hattle Hcrrcl nttenileil the Dick Shollpn dunce ill Ne«' Madrid Tlmrsony evening, Mr. Bide-well and Miss Hcrrcl spent Hie week end Marble PItlOH'Cll. Mr. nnd Mrs. Teko McCollum spent Thursday In i'oplnr lilulf Mr. f/vCGllum's parents, Mr. Mrs. J, A, i;I:Col!um. Tom Lewis, who MUS very IK Thursday nljjlij, was taken to St. Louis Friday ,>,- his son. Miles Lewis of Br.i^nnocio, and ^'ay Lewis of this L-lt-y. Miss Adeline .Stiufll. who Is attending Mlsiourl Teachers college at Cape Glrnrdcnu Hill will] Mr. Mr. iiu,l Mrs county here will be dedl- caletl Stitidiiy nfternoon. The marker was purchased by the William Strong chapter, Unusjliters of the American Devolution, niul will lie presented by (he chapter. Speakers will Include William McCoiulj of Little Rock, Cecil Shmie of Hlythevllle, Judge S. L. Oladlsh of Osceola and several others. Representatives or Ihe Clmric- volx chapter of the D. A. n. from Hlyllievllle will allcnd the ceremony. FOR EVERY MAN A FINANCIAL PLAN THE HAMILTON TRUST FUND Prospectus Available J. C. Evans Box C01 Ulythcvllle, Ark. 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