'PACE EIGHT ^Holland. News - :Mr. :'arid Mrs, Kessel Booker, of Paragbuld, Ark., were the hoiisc- guesU of Mi. Eookei's p.iienU,, Mr. and Mrs. Saiii Booker, during the week end. Mrs. Rutli Edwards, accomiwnied several members of Hie Eastern Star order of Slerte. to St. l.oufs Sunday to nltcnd the meeting of • Grand'ClMinler for four days. •Mfss Hulh Ki'cnmei 1 and Miss Beatrice Mftchi;)], of Memphis, were guests of Mr. nnd.Mrs, M. H. Batley Sunday aflernoon. Miss Chiiulim' Atkinson, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. A, T. AlJtlii- EOII, \\lio Is undergoing treatment . ~; -•-» • ••••" •••• Rt Campbell's Clinic, in Mcmnhis sllc vlsllc<i Wends and relatives. Is improved. i Ci - A - IInl1 I s ''<* l"ls week. Mrs. Minnie-Overtoil, of booth's' l '-'" uillt t 'I'i'Iplell of Vnn Bin-en Point, Teiin., who lias )>c<-n Ihc j fV" 1 , " ; lv(lt ' fc una lK ' rc vlsithm guest of Mrs. Gavin for n week,] !"* M " x - Mrs - J - "• C»lws. has returned to her liome i c - lalc - °' "orncrsvllle, Is ihc. Mrs. W, S. nobln«on was the K " csl ° r hLs daughter, Mrs. O. P. craicd on tit iti? Blythevllle hos- plttil Saturday; is doing well. Mrs. John PieJds Is sick. Mr. mid Mi's. Unvrence Powell nnd family visited Mr. Powell's liar' cuts, enst of nlythevllle, Simduy, Moro tlinii 10,000 cans of fruit and vegetables Have been packed nl tlie Ixitia Oak cunning kitchen this .summer. MIS. Muttio Huey Is £Uui'j-vl.';or. Glenn Alexander's brother from Mississippi is vlsithiif Jilm tills week. Calumet News Mrs. c, W. lilelmnlson has re- (uriK'd from noghklc. Mo., whcrs dmnei guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sa - " " - . Fanners In this vlfiinlty arc about '" »Bh with cotton . . IMUldliif., of ilaytl. Sunday. They L 1 ' 1 "' 1 " 01 '* " thls v fie joined by Mrs. Joe Cnrrlci', P 1 ,"'??"' 01 "'" 13 lllr01 irs. accrue Carrico, Mrs. Kclna I" 1 ' 1111111 ' Yarbro Newx Men-lit. M.iriln SnaiiMln'e, Tin'ci fan, nil. of Mnyllelcl, Ky., ah:l Mr. nnd Mrs. Hairy Hnmby nnd son, Jessie, of Dlythevlllc Mrs. Tin 'ji;i Italian, who is Ti' ;" lli Mr ; s - N - J - H«'>«loy had atieiidhiu A. and M. college In ?? ,, B ' lcsl ! " r lllc »«<* M Jonesboro, spent, the week end i . ys " c l )1 "- w . Of RIvcs, Mo, with her parents. Mr nnd Mrs ; , l of tlu! '""i' 01 * In tills com- . S-im WciHnan. She wns nccom- '' tl'olr cotton . - , . panlcd to Jonesboro by her daugh- ; ovl ' 1 ' c M;<:t »"l time. ter. Ucth. who will visit her for a '. fl u " (1 Mrs - Stlrllntt ninich have week ' i n "««' Ford V-8. Mr and -Mrs. Sam Kenley an-!, Mr ' n ", <1 Ml ' s - "a"""' "andloy nouncc the blrlli of n son Wcdnos- ' ns '' 8 " ests Monday nlchl diy. The ihllrt. who wciRhcd nine ' ,,' '"' IIa " <llt -'J'' s parents, Mr, ,mtl pounds, ins been named Sainmlp i Jrs - '': M - Hs'wr and their dauuli- BI.YTIIEVFLLE, ( AHK) COL'RJEK .VEWS JKecce Miss Etslc Wilson spent the wcefc end' with Mrs. Fred Walil. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mike Biiclmnan and family s|»nt Rtinday nUer- nooii ii'lth Mr. and Mrs, K. V. Wilson. Little Mary CJny .Sltillliljj.s Is sick this wuck. Miss Oeiiovn AJtiiw sjiwil Sjiti/i 1 - 'Inynluht with Miss Ksldlc ,ior- itun. Mr. alid Mrs. T. G. UiTour \wn- called, to Tenncsscii by tlie llluess of the latler's molhur. Mr. and Mrs. c/lurcncr Waodnnl nnd family ol Htcele, Mo., spent Sunday wltli Mr. and Mis, CVcil suld South lino of Section 'I I n distance! of W chains to the point ol teglntilng, containing Ki acres, more or l2ss. Tlie piirehnser at said >n]p w jj| t:e letiuired lo give bond with -n>- pi-ovtd security to secure the onv- nient of his |j|d, »,),! n Hen will nlso lin retained upon the m-onnlv '-r. ihls sill day of Oflobcr, H. It. OAlNUfi, C'ojnml'.'Klouer fir Clmucr-ry Iteld. Kvim-il fe liendersoii AUy.s. lor 1'l.ilntlir. j-i, ins been named Sammle ! F \ M ' 1 '' is!lcr nnd their dai Clilic. . .' terjindjier fiimlly, all of Oran, Mo Tiic Rev and Mrs. J. L. Pinkston hid as tlicir (jue.sts over the week end Mrs. Vonla Pln'Ilf|>s ntxl daughlci Ml?s Mary Louise, nil of Hnrrlsb ' " Piiteto, of Capp GlrnnJenii. nnssell tittle and father, .loe Little, nnd Aiutrew Jenkins, left Snturdny far Leopold, Hid., where •• ">-* nuiijij, mi u] uuiil, MO Mrs. Mary aldington of Missouri is spending this ivenk with Mr and Mrs. Oenrgt' Robertson. Mrs. Pearl Johnson spent Satur- laugniPi MI?S Mary Louise nil of , "'• ' <•"" Ju""son spent Salur- Iim-Jsbiirg, Biid Mr. and Mrs. Rny I ,. fty Iirtcrlloo » »'llli her slslcr, Mrs. 'inkston, and son. Ronnhl Hny a RoccCl of niythevlllf. lliey took Gcorije Little, who lind been visiting 'relatives hero. Miss Eunice Rold was hostess to a partv-dnnce nl her home north of' Holland Friday evening. Miss Ruby RMrmer, of West TnLsn .Okln.. who has been visit- low 'oToi'ooi' M - S ' . alndjrs - Mor " • Mr.'nnd Mrs. Mis. BUI Slienvood Sun-1 relatives Mr. '' Pecan Grove News Mr. and Mrs. c. Shanks and dniiChlci-, of flclcnn, visited Mr. and Mrs. John Lee Davis Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. nnrley MOSS, of Bloomlbld, Julss., spent Saturday ilium with Mr. and Mrs Hill Meody. . ny Claude Edwards, was home from St Lmrts over the \veel; end, but left Monday for Memphis, where lie \ull socml the week. Mrs." John Rlcjns nnd dntighlcr- In-lnw, Mit Orvillc Mems, are home, following several days visit with Mi nnd Mrs; Artie Riems of Cutaway. Ark. Miss Vern Richnrd; accompanied uy Mrs Johnnie Phillips, Mrs. Lillian McDaniel, nnd Mrs. Joy Williams, all or Steele, attended the theater in Memphis Sunday. Lone Oak News The Ladies Missionary society met Monday evening nnd plntinert to hold n chicken .'dinner In niy- thcville s-itnrdny for (he: benefit • of the church. •" There will be n business meeting nt the church Saturday night. All members nre nske<i to be present. Brother J U Pinkston will fill nis regular nppolntnient here Sunday | • . Mr. nml Mrs. CXlic 71ucy drove to Tennessee Sunday lo visit Mrs. Hucy's sister, who is seriously 111 Mrs Bertha O'Neal. w ho was op- Mrs. Bill Moody mill children drove to Lu.xorn Sun- dny. . IJttlc Lnvenmi Crump is s | c k this week. 'Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Itobcrtson spent Saturday night wUh - Mrs UIH Robertson Nctherland News Mr. aiid Mrs. Mnrk Troutinan spent, the past week-end In St Louis intending the world series games. ... , Mr. nnd M,^. L . D. Wntklns untl; children visited in (he home of Mrs. Wntklns' brother Beryl Fanner, ht Unytl, • Sifudny Mr. nnd Mrs. j. E. Rowland cf bl. Jnmes, nrc visiting : lier«. Mr rtowlnntl is connected ivllh Bin here. Mr. and the M . n . Row]nn( , . . . are visiting In St. iwls, Bone up tor the ball games Mr-ami Mrs. Mm tin, of Cooler visited Mr. and Mrs. J. w Lent? Sunday. , Mrs. J. B. Mnllils nnd dniiglitcr Manntln, are visiting in St. loiiis this week. Clear Luke News Mr. and Mrs. Grndle Golf spent Sunday vvllli Mr. and Mrs. Milforil Miller. Mr. nhd Mrs. Willie Ciarrclt niul fnmlly spent Sunday In Junesbnro. Misses Mlliircd Giirncr and 1/Jii- ise Vlu were guests Sunday of Miss I.ela Mac Alford. '.like Oowers. or MAwklyi] fll., Is here on business. Mrs. o. T. Via was the (juesl Sunday of Mrs. fsnnc Litnglcy, of Biylhevlllc, A plo cupper wns held Wednesday nluht for the tenefll of the cannhiK kitchen. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Holmes spent Snturdny night with the latter* IKircnts, Mr. and Mrs. Knrl Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson, of MIs- A-o'ir}. spent Sunday with their daiti-htcr, Mrs. Allen Hood Atlantic City Beach Scene of Gold Hunt ^ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. (UP)— The gold rush of Atlantic City is on ngnln. Now lhut siiinmcr and its attendant throngs at this seashore resort nre HOIK;, the beachcombers invc tnken up their diligent task 01 searching for nrtleles lost bv vncationlsLs. Among ! thc many nrllcles they recover with llu-ir shovel and fitcvu ni-e coins, Jewelry, false leeth nnd even someone's lunch cnrelc.ssly covered with' snnd. They seldom return oljiects of cnl value—a diamond rhiK or iracelel worth several tiumsiind ilollnrs—lor the owner rarely pays lie reward offered. !c:i) •Lutheran Syiwa of Missouri Ohio and other states vs. George O. Hay. ct nl.. I will, within lav,-- lul hours on October 27, 1934, sel at Hie fiocit <fuoi' of the court house at lilythevlllc, Arkansas, lo llic- highest Wdder upoji a emlll f Ihrcc months, the lollowin described to-wit: — i)AI li Pnrsimnl to n decree of the Jlinnccry Court of this county •cndcrcd In the cn.se of St. Louis Union Tii;sl Company vs. A. s. riioinnson, ct nl., I will, within nivfiil hotii-8 on October 27, IB34. sell al the front, door of the I'oilrl house nt niytlicvllic, Arkansas, to the.highest bidder upon n credit of three months, the ollowiiig described proiierty, lo- I'nrt of the South Half of Section 7, Township 15 Norlh Ranyc 8 fast, dcscrlljeil as follows:— Beeln at the South- cast corner of'snld Section 7; thence run North along the East line of .the. section 15.7ii chains; .thence run West 22.8-1 chains lo Spilth line of riBht- or-wny.-of Joiiesboro, Lake City & Eastern nnflroail; ' th'chcc Southwesterly along saul i-|gl\i- of-ivny (o [lie point of intersection of South line of Sec- lion 7 with said right-of-way Hue; Ihence run East nlong i-Enzi On The Staae In Person HERB MAHLERS ORCHESTRA 12-Talentecl Musicians-42 —PEATUKhVa— Jimmie Thorpe (!OI,T)EN 'VOICED RADIO SINCIKK Direct from Hotel Stallcr Roof Garden's IS Weeks' Engagement FBATURKB OVER KMOX and KRI), ST. I.OUIS CONTINUOUS SHOWING - - VAUDHVIU.K API KU . .EACH PICTURE t'HOGUAM A REAb MUSICAL TREAT FOH MUSIC LOVERS UJU SUNDAY, OCT. M MAT. & NIftHT—Ific - <IOc ON THE SCREEN (.'OMJIISSIONKU'S SAIJ? I'msuanl lo n decree of the Chancery Court of t),ls county i-ejidi-ifd In ihc ease, of Pr,>.,!,« llulldlnii aim t.oan Afisocinlion ol IMly Itock, Arkimm, ugaliist' W. II. McCall, I win, wilhin lawful lioiiis, on October 'i'l, IOM tt || al Hie from door of' Uio" Wiiit iKiiia- at Rlythevllle, AvV:am- !(S L( ,| (lie highest bidder, upon a ni-dit! of three imjiillis, the tollooii' ik'scilbrd property, to-wlt: l.ot.s ), 3, 3 IIIKI 4, in m oc(r | of Hie Marsh Addition lo the City of lllyllicvlUc, Arkaii"\.s Also part of ti, e aoutliwe.si Qimrterof the Souljirast Quarter of Section 0, 't'ownshli) 11 North. Uiinsju II Ra.U. de4i-il)'- cd ns follows:- c'oiiiinoiicing lU the Norlluasl, COI-JIM-• of Block 1, of the Moral) Addition lo Blytheville; nmniji- (hence North to Numerate Hayon Dlich; thence North- WMtcrly nlong snid ditch to a point 313 feet due .North of IIIK NorlhwcsL corner of si.id 'Hock 1; thence South to sr.id Northwest, corner o; Block r above mentioned; thence In' a Southeasterly direction alarm and with [he North jiiic ol said Block 1. to the'point of beginning. Also part of Hie Soiitheast Quarter of Section 9 aforesaid described "us .follows:— Uegfn- niiig (it a (Kjiiit on the Sonlh rlght-of-wny line of K. I, A A, ' S.- Kallrond, 1207.1 feet West of the Hast line of said Section 0; thence run Wc«l 655.74 feet; thence South lo the North bank of LumeriiUj Duyoii Dllch; thence in an Easterly direction with said ditch to a point due South of the .'point, taken for n point, of beginning'-' thence North txm Ccet to the point of beginning, conlnlnliv 8 acres, more or less, nnd be- JiiK knoH'n on survey and pint prepared for taxing purposes nnd filed In the u/fiee of the nt Blythcvillc, Lot- No. 10, In' ari'4 Section 9-15-11, The utn-cliascr nt said sale will « required to give bond', will) n]i- iroved security to secure payment f his bid. nnd a lien will also e retained upon the propertv hcrcfov. Dated Ihls 5th dny of October, n. L. GAINKS; Com mission si- hi chancery ield, Evrard & Henderson AH.V6V for Plainllir. 'J'he K'ast ihilf of section 27, In Township It) MmiJi, liiuift « Hast of tl)U Kiaii I'rinclpal Mu-ldlan. Tin' purdiaser nt said sale will lit.' ruiulrcd to jjivc-l;oj»l u'llir-ip- pvovul (icciii-lly to secure payment "' >K bid. nnd a lien W j)j hlso ri'lr.lnul upon dn. , u . avi .f>,y lhei(-for. ni Ihls 5th day of October. H. L. C1A1MEK, Commissioner in chant-ay. ItrM, Kvrnnt & HendciTon Altys. for I'lnUilin " r I'nr^iuui hiiiifjej-y Coirj-i • nt itii* J *.'JltlH fit (tllS LlrMlll.), rc-ndered in the cnse or I'corJcs Building A Ixjiin A.wocl«llon i;l l-lUli' lii:ck. Arkansas v> P M KiiUin an.l Ejfio May Kil , 01) j will, witliin luwtni hours on Oc- tolwr -27, 1031. sell ut tho r ro ;,t door ot MK> court holism at Illy- Ilif-vllle. Arkunsas, to the l,l ( .h,.,-,t l)iddt-i-. upon a credit of (luw .nl NimiU-r 4. in Blocl: 10,- ot »U' ClUi'ftusawbii Addition lo the City of Blytheville, Ar- Th» iiin-clmscr will I K > required o fin- Du.'Kl ivith ap, 1rav i,,| scclir . lly lo secure payment of hh bid, »l>:'« the property Iherf-fo-- OaU-d this S H) day ol n. L. OAJNES. Coininlsslonnr in ciiancery llcul, Evnii-d &. Henderson AUys. for riainllir. d-ia county ' clerk Arknnsas, ns COMRHSSIONEK'S '.SALE 'in-sunlit to B decree of the Jhnncery Court of this county enttercd In , tlie case of Kvnnuel- Last Time Today Mai. 2:,')D, .iO-2fl c Nile (i:45—in-Hslc FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. INSURANCE OE1T. ^^^ < • i • i • •wBi»J.UWWMnB, oxy Friday & Saturday MAT. & N1TK—lOc - lific BILL CODY In a Hip Koni-iiuj Western 'WESTERN; ; . v Serial—Kin Tin Tin, Jr. in "The Wolf Dog" Sunday - Monday ii1A'i\ iind Nik—Ifli- - 2f>r- THE BOOK THAT MADE THE WORLD TREMBLE inspired this Great Warner Bros, picture! KAY FRADCIS IESLLE- HOWARD IN BRITISH AGEDT Comedy - - Ciirtom Saturday Only Malincc & Night—Iflo '- 2oc —at «h« quick- thinking, wisecracking, globe- fret ter who! talked a princess Into marriage 1 ILL Tf if //'WORLD GLORIA STUART ROGER mOR Omlo.Stc,, AlctFMndj, Ijwrcnc.G" po,o hy Gran 3tr . P,odu«d bl' M S'5 m . mlc .', )r - Oiiccttd by "v,,,d StdgwtV. 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New Pall clothes-are a necessity for the man who wants to hold his place in business; For the. woman who knows the social value of being well- di'essed. "< Our handsome Fall clothes stay with us, decorative and protective. Adding .pride to the new energy that comes with the tarig of Fall, sheltering us from the cold, new Fall clothes are both a pleasure and a necessity. ' ' "f": 1 ^^'^:^;^?;!,' s you shop for your new Fall clothes, give thanks !}k. . f ?L the i r ^ ea , l lty and warmth, but for the advertisements that are your'sureluidelTo^ood^vIl- ues. In this paper you will find each day the news of fashion, of price, of places to buy. Turn these pages at leisure, shopping as you read. Make your selections of the things you need at the prices you can afford to pay, and you will be well and dumbly clothed against the rigors of the coming weather.
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