The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 6, 1937 · Page 3
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MONDAY, DECEMHKU (V, 1!W7 BLYTHKVII.LE. (AKK.) OHJKIRR NRWS DEGREES ID 19 Cliaticellor J. F. Gautney I lands D o \v, n Decrees Here On Saturday Nineteen divorce decrees were franlwl hy cliaiicoJIor J, i*. Gaul ni'V at n session of chancery court hi'ri! Saturday. IJecreex were granted, with ground* listed, in the following ca«-.s; n. E. Lyiirly from Nannie Lyerly, in'-lignUks; Ollio Utley from Arthur Ulley, indignities; Charliua i 71, Tiinkersley from G. C. Tankers- \ ley, indignities; Mrs. Nellie Ine* i Victory from HusU-r Victory, in- j dignities; Tliomns Sir ivari ironi Anna At'iies Stewart, indignities; i 1-rod D. Davis from Winifred Ua-°j vis, Indignities; Paul It.. MaddoxI from Effie Lois Martrtox. dt-ssition,} Llllle Morris from Ed Morris, in-' dignities; Edna Floyd from John Floyd, Indignities; Cieno Burns from .Aiibyn Burns, desertion; Lorene May from Dewey May, indignities; Willie Marie Willis from •Elmer Willis, desertion; Btoyle Cunningham from Edward Uun- niiijjiMin, indignities; Mildred Anderson from George Anderson, desertion; Raymond Saxe from Irene Kingston Saxc, indignilii-s; Willie Uarnett from Thomas C. Darnell, indignities; Sarah E. Hho.irts from John w. Rhoads. indignities; Nel;on Crowe from Alma Crowe, indignities; Claudie pan-ell from Murphy Garrett. ind'ignities. Temporary alimony and maintenance of S100 a month was awarded Mrs. Faunie LSntzcnich In her suit against C. L. Linlzenich. Talking Peace in"Person CAGE THESE Leach ville Society — Persona) Dr. urnl Mrs. A. E. Robinson nnd Miss Dorothy attended a medical meeting in New Orleans last week. TJiey were accompanied by Dr. nnd Mrs. -li. C. Sheffield of Jackson, . Miss. Mrs. Edward Russell was a Blytheville visitor Wednesday. Born to Mr, ami Mrs. Ted Roderick Monday. Nos-. 29, at the Jonesborc hospital, a- baby girl. The baby weighed nine and one- half pounds and has been named Carol Jane. Born -to Mr.; and Mrs. Albert Johnson, November. 19, a baby boy weighing eight *and one. halt pounds.- He lias been named' Jerry LJoycJ. IX B. Cook nnd Howard Perry transacted business in Haragonlcl \Veilne.sday, Mrs. Bill Shipp and daughters, Miss" Blanche and Mrs. James McHaney, and daxighter Patsy An left Thursday for Little Rock lor a month's visit. Mr, and Mrs. J. S. Smith of Paragonld were Tjeachville visitors Thursday. iVfre. W. A. Rogers left last Friday for Memphis to visit with her daughter, Mrs. Ruth BarlVam, until after 'the Christmas holidays. Miss Jessie. Tluveatt of Clareton, Mo., entertained a _few ol her friends from Clarkton at the home of her parents, Mr. anil Mrs G. W. Tlnveatt, with a C o'clock dinner last Sunday evening. Mrs. C. C. Summers is in the St. Bernard's hospital in Jonesboro. She is improving. Mrs. Louise Toomes and little son. Don, of Scnath, were thr giiests of her parents, Mr. ami Airs. W. E. Wheeler. She was accompanied by Mrs. Harkey also of Senath. Mrs. A. Gwinn and Miss Wilma and Mrs. Taylor Turnbow were Paragould visitors Tuesdav. mjLEme Seven Cominuiiity Clubs Select Officials I 7 oi' Ncx! Year Hoys and girls 4-11 , clubs In . fovcn comimmllies of Mississippi' counly elected officers [or the new y«\-ir In iit«'lliiBs held this week. Ollu'i 1 34 cluljs in the county will elect oltlrers ui'Ioio Decenilicr 16. ; 'Iliosc nuimtl me us follows: i Hc<C(>—J. w. Atkins, president; ; Ciiine McNeil, vlce-pie.sidfiiL; Wil- 1 lie Mae Akins, sccn-tury; Arn Lee ; Oral)), rejiorwr. 1/at Cane—WIHIi- L(;«1s, president; Audrey McCann. :Mielnry; , Capitoln Bon, assistant secretary; Rasa l^c Vench. reporter: : liocky—I,nt!icr Om'iis. president; liiibun CarHvilghl, vlci'-presldenl.,- : Opal Pay*' Noc. secretary; linby [ Barnes, roiwrlrr. . i Citiviil—Silas alls, president; T. ' W. llaxley, lice pvi'sidcni.; Doro- I IIif Hinner. Kecrctary; RLstie Bux! liy. rcpoitcr. , Drown—Heattlcc Fieeinun, pros! i:!<'iit; Mariiiirclte West., .secretary; I Jimnita llanskry. vice president; j Eunice Glenn, reporler. 1'iCiiii.sx'd l,:ind — Calvin {till, picsidont; Eva Huth Bi-lscndlne. vice president; Eil^.aljeth Mitchell, j.secretary; Hiith Pnlijhnm, re- I porter. I Armorol—Eileen Hagan, president; Imogens Smith, ice-president; Frances Adams, secrcetary; Robert Keith, reporter. Ihe seriousness of (heir discussions reflected in their. unsmiling The piano playing record Is faces, William Green, left, president of the American Federation cf Lnljqr, and John L, Lewis, chairman of tile Committee for Industrial Organization, are shown above as they ended their first fadi- lo-face discussion of labor peace terms. They were non-committal on progress of the parley. Southeast Missouri State Teachers' -ollege at Cape Girnrdeau since September. Mr. Lm\g. tlie sou of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Long ol Bragagdocio. is also a graduate of the local nigh school in 1933. He is now .vorttms,' in the Farmers Bank. Alter a honeymoon In Hot Springs, (lie couple will make ;hrir home here. Miss Mildred Bruce, of Cavuth- :Tsvil!e. is visiting friends and rel- tIIres here. The post office, \vhich until Nov. 20. v.-as located in the Red 'Ball Cash Store building, has been mov- !(l lo the H. D. Long building. Mrs. Anna Skinner drove Mr. •>rid : Mrs. Alvie Reeves and sm.illj V)0.. lo Blylheville, where the inn, R'Sf entered in the Blytlieville hos- pltul lor treatment for a broken leg. Miss Nina Huckaba accompanied Mrs. Skinner. Sluus In Court I'liuuc MONTREAL (UP) — The telephone company here lias received n surprise, and certain malefactors have "cocked snookers" at the majesty of the law—right in the law's back yard. Tlic em- ploye who removes the nickels from the pay phones discovered the one hi tlic recorder's court, stuffed with 15 slugs. Final Rites Held For Mrs. Addie Marshall Puneial services for Mrs. Addio Marshall of Halt Moon, who died late Friday night, were held yesterday afternoon at North Sawb.V cemetery, where burial was made. The Rev. Louis Shultz oiliciated. Mrs. Marshall, wlio \HIS 33 years old, had been ill from, tuberculosis for several months. Besides her luibbaml, T, B. Marshall, she is survived by three young sons, her father. Henry Queen, and sister, Mrs. J. W. Grimes, all of Hnlf Moon. Moss Funeral Service \va.s in charge of arrangements. Oinevra was the young Italian bride who hid in a spring-locked -•host during the wedding fest'ivi- tie.s and who wns not lound until tier body had become a skeleton. Braggadocio News The marriage of Miss Dorothy Coppage, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Znrl Coppage, to Frank Long jr., both of Braggadocio, was .solemnized Sunday, Nov. 28) at Mirion, Ark. The bride was graduated fro:« Uie Braggadocio high school last May. While in high school, she was an all star basketball forward. She hns been at tending * PRESTONE * AHTI-FREEZE * HEATERS * DEFROSTERS * TIRE CHAINS Complete Stock Prompt Service To All Makes of Cars TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. U Hour Service Call 6M FREE INSTRUCTIONS In Latest Styles Knitting "BERNAT" KNITTING YARNS Mrs. Leslie Hooper 1109 Chickasawba Phone 792 held by Mile. Qanotha, wljo played from Mendelssohn. 5595 nolei in 5 minutes and 5 seconds. Afternoon Dress Is Smart With Very Simple Lines liV CAltOi, DAY TN a season when jewelry is us important us it is this year, you iii-fd ;> <in>ss us simple as HUM one in your wiirtlrube Vor afternoon niul dinner wear. Thi. 1 lines of l j !ilicrii 8093 ire quite trim niul Hie liin'c-wnislcd bodice- is slightly shirred ill' llu> wui.'illiiit lo j'ii'p ((ml inun, • p.>uri'(l-in look. Tlu; situara) iii'cklinp. widely arched at front is a pcrfccl l>»rli|;i'ouml for clips or heads and Itower fmities. Contrast tin.' simple lines wllli u fabric of luxurious tcxluro~ somcUiliij; li)-o velvel, satin or hutie, The pattern is easy to ) follow. Even if yuu arc a bt>. I (firmer at new-inn, you can innku il MI n fine ninrc Items, Pattern liOIW is designed for sizes H. lit, IB. 20, ,10 und .12 ! .Siw 16 requires -I 5-U yurds of .19 inch material ur 2 3--1 yards 'if 5-1 inch, witli loin; sk'cvi's us I ^I'ti;; »ew WINTER PATTKHN 1IOOK is ri'ndy tor you now. It lias .12 IWJ/PS of iitfructive idv Sinus Tor every siw and every (jccasioh. Pholoyrtiph:; show dresses mode froin these patterns heiiiji wom; a feature- you will enjoy. I.ei ihe clmrjnlni: drsiflns in (his new book help you in ycniv sewing. One put- torn inul the new Winter I'ui- tcrn Uoolt— 2!> cents. Winter Hook alone—IS cents For a PATl'EKN of this ut- Irnclivc model send ISc in COIN your NAME, ADDHKSS STYLB NUMHEll niul SIZE lo TODAY'S I'ATTEliN BUHEAU, 11 STERLING -PLACK. BROOK- Address ymir envelo|;e lo Blylhevili* coun.r Kctvs Today's 1'iMlern IluiTnii, II Sterliui! I'luce, llrooklyn, N. Y. SlKATl'LK illl'i . Ciuiatllun n:;H- 1 City 1'ovgfls $?. Utposlt n men « III not be iienuittcd to llsli MARTINS FErtrtY 0 (UP)-Trtc ' Ili'riinaii. sinle director of llsln-r- ' ycars ; cllrrie< l ttr > account " uiiliuiill, MIUI.' U]|( ClOJ- 01 n.SIKT- vmi*vw MIL «\^^jiuiv It's. Mild. Washhiijtoii n.slicrm"ii' " ", N6W Y0flt bnnk ' Recemly" tne urc not allon-ed to hike ijllclmrils',"" 'r x * " }e '"^ to ci<Ke cu ^ oil ihi' tt'iislilimion const Inside' " c ol(l " ccolmt - ^ nmounted to $a, - limit. J. C. EVANS iiox i;oi Illytliiivlllc, Ark. lliiinlltnii I), Coi-|i. Htirvey HlewarL nr. V, A. Robinson S'fRWART-ROBINSON Kticrerds CMy Dnie Stor« We S|)(iclailz« in I'KKSCKHTIONS Medicinal Wl/ie ft Mquors SOU SV. Main 1'hone SO 8093 FOB CHRISTMftS • A » l : wt . <;ift SOUTHWORTH Over .hie ISM<V Slor - WANTKI) - Soybean* We. I'ny, IliBlic.st MarlU'l I'rlira I'nr All Vurlrtlrs MALIMN GRAIN CO. ' VI. O. Iti-cyrs, A R cni Sn. II. l(. SI., Nc\l to Maiiiinllii I'liuit—lilyinrvllle, Ark, DAV I'llONi: Mr, N10IIT IMIONK 3«9 Hemorrhoids-Piles v I»K1> WITHOUT SIIKGBRY & GUAKANTKKI) Sutr, surr >n<] xltli IrM dlMOmfort, All discuses iitnl condition* of' nrrvan* orllln, font allmtnls ana skin tanctrs trr»trd and iiirfit a t our clinic, DRS.' NIES & NIES BH Main I'hone 9» Bljthnlllr, Ark. THIS BOOK EXPLAINS ALL ABOUT PILES 'A nev,- edition of an illustra^-d book lias just been published by the Thornton & Minor Clinic—tl v/orld's oldest institution specializing in the treatment of piles and other rectal afflictions. This book explains why rectal disorders frequently cause sucli common ailments ns headaches, nervousness, stomach and liver troubles. It points out the danger of neglecting even a minor case of piles . . .shows how malignant nnd iilcura- ble conditions may result, The inild treatment at Thornton & Minor Clinic, by which more than 48,000 men nnd women have been relieved during the past Go yeais. and which requires no hos|)itali- •«itio!i or the use of radical surgery, Is fully explained. If you are alllicted, send for a copy of this frank and Informative book which ivill he sent you in plain wrapper absolutely free. Address Thornton & Minor Clinic, Suite 1019, 92G McCce St.. Kansas City, Missouri. QUALITY FOODS MEATS GROCERIES \Ve pay highest prices OH poultry at all times. $ SAVE MONEY AT GAINES MKT. 118 W. Main Phone '.I.'! THE AYTAG IRONER Atk foratfernonsiration I IF IT DOESN'T SELL ITSELF, DON'T KEEP IT I "My new ironcr" is one of the live topics of the day when women get together. The " ' '-'• M auch an ironcr as you woulj KUDUS «s C * !>CC ! tr ° m (fic l '"' 1<tcrs °' lfle: LOW u ^m world s finest washer, ilcrc ATC a k^ 1 ol its features: • Two Spttd Control. • Doubli IhtrmosUtie htat eonliol. • Double op«n-<nd rail. Ironi ill typti >nd lizti el elothti. • Opciation controlled by molorat rjic touch of • ftngtrtip—orltnct. WOllD'S riNIST WASHIt ^Vor^i Ic.nlership of the tNtiytsg washer is due to the one-piece, cast-aluminum tub, sediment trap, Roller Water Remover, id- jiutiblc legs »nd other fciiurej. BLYTHEVILLE .APPLIANCE CO. Successors to E. B. Gee Sales Co., Inc. I'illli A- Maiti . Phone C7 fHt MA.yTAG COtXPANX . MANUFACTUIIEIB . TOUNDtD 1I»> • NtWTON, IOWA

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