The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 20, 1937 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 20, 1937
Page 3
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MONDAY, DKCBMHEK 20, 10117 Hayti Socictv —- Personal Missionary Society Mfels Members of (he MellKxltsl Mis. Monary .'.ocle'ty niel Wednesday bftfcriioon ;U the home or Mrs. Jesse Miles with eleven members and one guest. Mi's. Alferrt Stepp of New Madrid, present. The devotional was In charge ol Mr.s. Don Chiipl". iiiul was in the form of Chriitnm stories, Mrs. Cluiphi. being assisted by .Mrs. Floyd Mat Ills and Hie Rev. J. T. Evil'ls, ' who g:ive B book report, In tlie ! business session plans \vr-re coin- ' pitted for the lied and White Danquct to be held m the Meth- ! ortist uliiircli Tuesday evening Dec 1 2). <Umi "(>li| Fashiuiifd 1'ounaing" Mr-niters met nt the home of Mrs. J. W. Golden where they weni. in u body to the liome of their pastor, the Rev. J. T. Evltt.s wlifj'C he was surprised will) «n old fashioned pounding. He was th« recipient of many groceries, (aimed hulls and vegetables. * * » Miss Jiumita Crnnford of Sike.s- lon was here Sunday visiting her mollier. Mrs. A. O. Allen. Mrs. Btrt Hull, Mrs. M. Frve. Mrs. Hen I. Allen and Mrs. Ollle Chism were in Blytheville Sitnr- <iuy morning attending to busi- !»:ss. John Thompson was in Memphis Wednesday. Charley Reed III. who Is attending Central College arrived home Saturday evening to spend the holidays here with his mother, Mrs. Lena Heerl and Jiis father Chas. Heed jr. The Rev. Scth Compere of Corning, Ark., was here the latter part of the week visiting friends here. Miss IjOrene Poster, who is going to a business college in Colinn- tais, Ga.. arrived home Thursday to spend the holidays here with hr-r parents. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Tester. K E. Colbert of Benton Harbor, Mich.. wl\p lias ben here for several days attending to business left for Cairo. 111., Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Williams were in Springfield, 111., last week attending a railroad meeting. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clyde Schnldcr of Chattanooga. Teiin,, announce the arrival of a baby daughter horn Dec. C. She has been ehribl- ened Frances Diana. Mrs, Sclmi- der was Miss Prances Duncan before her marriage. Mrs. C. P. Wells, Mrs. Chas Trainor, Mrs.. Ernest Johnson of Chaffee and, Miss Hat lie ,Fern Herrel motored to Memphis Friday where .Miss Herrel received jnedical treatment. Mrs. Byron Williamson and son Walter, arrived here Wedncsdnv from Toledo. A., due to the Illness of her mother, Mrs. Rose Bryant. That afternoon Mrs Wil liamson and son, accompanied by wi,, « C " y ' dvove lo Dyess - Alk where Mrs. Bryant is ij] Uie government hospital. Mr. Kelly was accompanied home that evenin° by Ins wife and Freda Rose. Mrs Jack Stewart and child en left for Springfield, 111 Thursday where they will S p ei , d ' the Christmas holidays with M" Mr - *"« Mre: LODGE SIX IN 'Ihrcc Brothers Among | 1 hose Accused of Crim- ' innl Offenses Adolf Hitler in the abortive Munich putsch In 1923. He faced Die bullcls of the iteichswehr with the future fuehrer of Ocrmuny, but his role was somewhat humiliating. Leading his illegal Hoops against Hi" Ciornian regulars on Hie day following the proclamation of the I OSCEOl.A, Ark., Dec. 20.— Three brothers are In Jail here iiwiillliig Die nclloii of circuit court in connection with the alleged disposition of mortgaged properly three overthrow of the republic, i.udi'n- j "'heels. '" t; ' other men are held on charge.* of stealing automobile' tires and Mrs. Chas Jobe was in Caffee t e latter part of last ,vcek visit- nig her mother. clmm, girtS B ' ee C ' Ub ai>d ""«" WPI / g ° m8 Ollt caro "'>" Wednesday evening, Dec 22 M 7:30 p. m. • ' week on dircctor «"> of a muslci! church ere w,i? in rm fined to her room this account of illness Arthur Nelson, music «ki ' e -,, F "' 5t Bilptlst c Blytlievillc rendered a program at the Thursday evening. Fred Burgiss, of Blvfheville «•».? here Thursday visi , -I Mr nnu Mrs: Harvie Haynie Mrs Arnold Tucke sat " ii% " astronomical day for CHRISTMAS Boa ut v .' Special Scalp TYc Shampoo, Set and Dry.SI.00 Rvperienccri Operators JACKSON BEAUTY SHOP Acro.s.s From Legion Hm Phone 798 Permanent* $1 to $10.00 , . dorff ivns captured lying o;i Ills face to escape rifle fire. He offered no resistance and was held under nominal arrest for a time. He tcok an oatli that he would not p.irliriixile Iji any more revolutionary movements. Ludendorff was divorced by bis W. E. Vaughn. Carl Vaughn und Willie U. Vaughn are charged with wiling foiir mules, nine bales of cotton am! n quantity of corn, which was morlsaei'd.' In n preliminary hearing before Masjistrule W. I>. Hale Saturday, bonds were at $1,000 for W. K. Vaughn. first wife on July 9. 192C. after 25 550 ° for Clirl Vaughn, and S'250 for years of married lire. At that time w '"if H- Vaughn, utter they waiv- Frau Ludendorff said tiiat the «eii- ' "* l' re l'" li "ary hearing. A fourth eral's activities during the war'iiad , brother, Woodrow Vaughn. made him "extremely irritable and ' ' ;OL1 i!' 11 by officers and if found w Increasingly abusive." fn answer- ' " mp Ludendorff declared tliat his home had been ruined bv his wife's incessant cigarette smoking. On sept. H. 192C. Ludendorff married Dr. Mathilde von Kcm- nit/.. a promiurnf physic-inn and writer. In this spring of IS37. the old warrior hailed Fuehrer Adolf Hitler's renunciation of the Versailles Treaty. At Hint time Ludendorff's title "The Field Lord of the World War" was recognized officially. Thus Ludendorff and Hitler were reconciled after following the putsch. years of coolness abortive Munich Miss Imoaene Manning Weds Mr. Cletus Bailey STEELE. Mo,, marriage oi Miss Dec. 20. —Tlio Imogcne Manning of sicclc and Mr. Cletus Bal- be arrested on a charge of disposing of mortgaged corn. Wayne Green. 21. of near Osceola. Ark., L\icia» Snow. 42, and his son. llollie Snow. ID. formerly of ncnton. Ark., are in jail awaiting a preliminary hearing. Ollicers said they arrested Green on a charge of stealing four wheels and tires from a trailer belonging to Allen Fortenberry, and that he implicated the other two men, who had been picking cotton near here. They were later arrested at Ben- Ion and the stolen articles found at a second haiid shop near Little Rock, where it had been sold. Eleven Are Accused Of False Representations IJTTLE ROCK, Dec, 20 (UP) — Eleven more persons were arrested bv federal agents today and charged with fraud and false representation in obtaining cotton loans .leitis uai- [•,.(,,„ t i ie commodity Credit Corp- ley of Bllyhcville v:i\s solemnivjNiJ or(! |ion .U Senaili, Mo,, yesterday with the Rev. O, R. Ellis, former Sled,' pastor, a.skinij the vows. Miss Madge Turner of Caruth- :r.sii)lc. Bill Fwreil u! Sleele and Clyde Crain u£ BiiKersvillo were (heir attendants. Miss Manning, daughter of Mrs. Mnllie Manning, wa:; graduated f.'oni (lie Steele hi?h schoo'. in 1031 anil is well lierc. Mr. Builey is ono ol the owners of the Silver Moon i ight cliib. The couple will theii' home in Blytheville. The new urrests brought the total number of persons charged with the federal offense to It). All those taken Into custody lived in White County. They waived preliminary hearing and were leased on bond. re- A defrosting and ventilating fan being developed has an adjustable double-action twin fan with safety rubber blades. It is designed to defrost the entire windshield and side windows of sleet, snow and fog. Get one of our Good Permancnts Before Christmas Let our skilled operators help you with your beauty problems. Our beauty service will pleasu you. Permanents $1.50 to $5 lSt.50 Permanent: Given until Jan. lsl| OI'EN NIGHTS BY API'OINTSIENT —PHONE US—2«— MODERN BEAUTY SHOP Mrs. C. W. Crist, Prop* 1215 W. Main. Nrar Division cTHE PERF Good Vision You can bring great happiness Christmas morning lo (,no with faulty vision it" you arrange for tlicni to sec us. Happiness that will last for years to come. -^'*H WERT & WERT Optometrists .Main and Railroad Phone 510 FREE CHRISTMAS GIFTS ZERO.VE .\NTI-FREEZF. HEATERS 507 Ward Carulliersville G«t 3'onr complete win- tor auto needs :uid FREK 01FTS. MOTOR Oil. DEFROSTERS BATTERIES 4RIAN AUTO PARTS "SU^f FOR CHRISTMAS * The Loveliest Gift of All - - Your Photograph SOUTHWORTH Over Joe Isaacs' Store Ear-Corn -WANTED- Soybeans Highest Market Prices Paid MAIDEN GRAIN CO. \V. 0. Reeves, Agent So. K. R. Street Blylheville, Ark. I'hone 555 RI,YTHKV11,1,R (ARK.) COUKIIC)! .\K«'S KIRBY PAGE THREE 2nd & Main Phone 89 UG STORES Main & Broadway Phone 23 iMKN'S SHAVING SETS Mich, I'l'iui l);uix, Gmt, Lbii-r- Inc, Hmililjranl, Ciity. I'.ilinnliv,-. XVIllhiiis- l.iivi'ndc'r. 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