The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 27, 1935 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 27, 1935
Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, • MARCH • 2T, • 1935 BIA'THEVILLB, (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Long >; Shots—at Short Range, Six Characteristic Closeups of the Louisiana Ki by Cnnclid Cameraman Thomas?!). MeAvoy (ALL PHOTOS COPYKIGHT, I93D, NEA SERVICE. INC.) "Is it a government? It looks more llko the St. Vitus dance !o me ' We come to lhat plan of mine, now "They go gunning for ir.e...but am I.the cause of their misery?" "....I-not.only .have-the Bible ; back'of'inc...." Hayti Society-Personal Hugh Dovris Is in SL fxHiis this week on bushier. Rev, and /Mrs. w. H. Vestal of Hector were here Monday evening. Rev. Vestal spoke at the Assocla- tional B. T. U. Training school. Dr. V. Wood, representative of Southwestern llaptlst college at Bolivar, Mo., was here Tuesday on business. W. A. McDonald was in Campbell Monday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Ben liraden. who have been living In the home of the lute Afrs. Emily Taylor, linve moved to an apartment in llie P. M. Ciwln home. J. L. McClanahan. superintendent, of the high school, spent the wick-end in Maplewood, visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs/ C. A. Morgan and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Morgan drove to Kennett Sunday afternoon and visited friends. Camille iluber, director of athletics in the local .schools, silent Ihc week-end in ISenloii visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Hubert Rev. J. W. Cunningham. Mrs. Kathleen Mtchic and 1. M. Hulf- man of Stccle, were here Monday evening attending the training scliool. Keiscr News Notes Mr. and Mrs. J. A. 1'lgg, ol Os- crola, visited \V. 13. Pigs mid -family Sunday aflernoo^ Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Polk vlsllcd or. and Mrs .N. 15. Hodge, of Marl- "tuiii, Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Harry Davis, of Indianapolis, stopped here for a short stay with Mrs. N, M, Taylor while on Ihelr way to Hot Springs. Mr. and Mrs. John Kellner, of Memphis, were miesls Sunday ol Mr. and Mrs, Waller Kellner. Williams Is opening a.gro- cery sioix' in Oseeola. Mrs. N. M. Taylor was hostess to llie Methodist Women's Missionary society at a social Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Watson are :he parents of u baby girl, born Monday, she has been named Irene Lee. A new science room Is being uldcd lo the Kelser school. N. N. Hall is building a new nick store. The. Ki'lser Supply company Is Hiding more ollicc room lo its' tore. Hiylitower News Mrs. J. W. Hnrkey returned from Mississippi where she has been tile sues! of relatives for the past two weeks. Slie was accompanied by her daughter, who i.v tlK 1 guest of Miss Ljivcrne Brnmlct, nrnr Ulythcville. Mrs. n. B. Willie, who has been caring for Mrs. J. w. Fowler, of Luxora, has returned to mirsc the infant of Ed Cooler. Mr. and Mis. Tom Cooler announce- the birth of a ten pound daughter. Mrs. .1. W. !-j(irkcy was hostess to n number of .friends for a ninlting party Ihc early part, of the week. Clear Lake News Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Via, of Slcele, spent the week-end In this community visiting relatives. Sam Baker, wlio lias been ill for several weeks from pneumonia, has been returned to his home from the Illyllicville hospital :y*d is improving slowly. IlerschU Craig spent Saturday night in Lone Oak with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Alexander. Jim Brooks and Owen ^Ale\and- 21-. of Lone Oak, spent the wcek- wid with Mr. njitl Mrs. Herman Via. The Canning club had Us regular meeting Monday afternoon with fifteen members present. The yards were cleaned and lloweis and .shrubbery planted. The limit upon which chances have been told will he awarded Friday night, at the play to in: given at Clear Lake church. Everyone is invited. A number of young people of the community hiked to Long Lake on a fishing trip Saturday and spent the niRhl. Midway Notes Gladys Gnlhrie, of Alabama, visited E. n. Sexton and family for i fcv; days. Theodore Wooldridgc and Miss Smith, of Kciser, were 'married Sunday by the Rev. A. J. Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Ira McClinstock ire visiting relatives in Illinois for i few days. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Denson and J. C. .Jones visited in niylhcvillc Saturday. J. E. Davis, of Gilchrk.t farm, was taking the school census last week. » "The only si}bt fe'.to share.oHr=.ff«Uhi....j Hill Farm News Elberl Ainetl of Luxoni visited :iorc Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe SI rope went lo lilytheville Sulurday lo attend the funeral of Mrs. Stropc's, mother. Mrs. Margie McQIIl. Charles Rlehurdson was In uly- tlu'vllle on business last week. Misses Leatha and Marule Jones, of lildselnnd. \vere (ho week end lim'sts of Mrs, Louis Davis. llrother Ashpori, of Missouri, will conduct services at tho home »f Charley Hlchardson Sunday iillernoon at 1:30 o'clock. Evcry- ic- is Invited. Mule Lealrlce Uulli-r luis rc- eovt-rcd from a recent Illness. Ohio College Will Be Host To High School Debaters KENT, o. (UP) - Tho annual Microscope Tells Story Of Grass Antecedents AMlllSnST, Mass. (UP),— Miss lilfilede Klnucko can Identify Brasses by their "llngcrprlnls." At n fovthcomliiB conference ut Massachusetts State College hero, she will explain the melhod by which she dclenulues llie variety mul .-iliiiin of nny yrnss'uy studying » luilf Inch porllon of ihe- blade under u microscope. Development of lhLs melhod oE Idonllfh'iUlon Is expected to prove of lucrensliiK Importnucc In de- , . hl|:h school lourmnuent, , »'Mli Blrt mul hoys from nit -over tin- United states lakln B part, will oi' hold here May li, 7 ami 8, under the sponsorship of Kent State College. Oklahoma debate teams hnvii won three of Iho four debates mid 11 Nebraska team look the fourth title. The question to be debated ilils year Js: Kcsolveil thai (he United | Slates should adopt a policy of i'<limll?.lni< educational opportunity by menus of niiiuinl Krauts- to Hie several states for nubile elemeutiirv and secondary ediicallon," .strains of trusses on piilllni! greens of solf courses. I'(isltlvc iilciiimcnllon will eliminate Biiess work 111 administering to Ihc cullurnl needs of the grass- Offenders Pen On Coast Discussed SACftAMliNTO, Cal. (Ul>) — I-'easiulllty of a Southern Cnllfor- iln iirison for Urst oflcnders will )C taken up by the legislature within (ho next, few weeks. There secnis lo be 111 lie doubt, thai mi i|ipto|niutton for construction of i new iKiiltcntlnry would he np- >roveil, l!cco>imio»d»lloi> for (Ho now Hickman News Miss .Jnanita Downins is ill at her horn?. Mr- and Mrs. Charley Grey announce the bltth of a daughter, March 22. Mr. and Mrs. Runt:; Carney announce, the birth of a daughter, March 21 New Liberty News Mrs. J. y. Epperson. Mr. and Mrs. LoRan Perkins, and Mis. J. A. Lloyd motored to Memphis Sunday where they visited Mrs. Epperson's brother, W. A. Ilanna, af Okolcma. Mi;s., who is in' the Raplist hospital. ' John Hunter Cook is ill from toiiMlilis. Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler Epperson were guests of Mr. und Mrs. Jcsvcl Wise, of Yar\>ro, -Sunday. Mrs. Ben Prichard bad as h:r guests Sunday her sister ana family from Holland, Mo. Mrs. D. Garratt and Mrs. P. B. .Ian alt attended the council meeting of the Demonstration clubs at the Woman':, club house in Blyihtville, Galurday. Joe Aycock returned to his home In Wynne Tuesday, alter visilins friends and relatives here. He was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Aycock and Mrs. Ben Aycock, who spent the day. \ 1'i-iid Courier flews want Ads, irlson and for the creation of road camps and ft, farm on ,wlileli prisoners can work, was made by, the- Slate Prison Board following a demand for an explanation of Iho rccont 8nn Quentln break. Three escflpers assaulted Wai-den James liolohan and kldnaiicd Ihrco members of Ihc board. "Frisco Police Veto Barbary Coast Revival HAN FRANCISCO (UP)-Uilesl attempts for n revival of" the old lusty days of San Francisco's iiar- linry Coast appear doomed. The jxillce commission lias refused a dunce application for The. Oardcns on Columbus Avenue on tho compliant, It was connected by if. lliniiel to thn old Harbury Coast resort, on t>acinc Street known as The fnfcrno. I'ollc-c steadfastly huve refused lo grunt dance or drinking per- mils In the Pacific Street urea realise of memories of the. old •owdy Uartmry coast.. Many n present jwllcc executive stllj >has painful recollections of hiii crackings' suffered while patrolHng the Coast.beat as a young officer. Hal VOK Worth, 3 Veanr WIKNEE-NCUSTADT, Austria <UP>-0]ie.ycar of linrd labor for stealing three "frankfurters' > wts the • penalty dealt out by a fury court here to Otto Jokubetz, 22- ycnr-old Jobless laborer. - , JOHN BUCHANAN Wood & Coal Noiv I.ucutcJ nt JOt Norlli Second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON KDWAUDS, I'miirlctor All makes at rclnillt Tyiicwrllci-s, Adilluj Machines and C»l- riilators—l(i!|iulrliiK — 1'nrls — nlhhcns Enjoy a WSTH V-8 POWER years ago, Ford set a'ncw'stand- -S- ard of performance for the low-priced nutomobilc with the Ford Y-8 engine. In the new Ford V-8, you get this proved V-8 engine—and, in addition, new features that give you a cur that meets every jojj driving need. A single ride will show yon how completely the new Ford V-8 docs this. Wherever you sit in this new car—at the wheel or in the rear—you will enjoy "front seat riding comfort." 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