The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 8, 1938 · Page 3
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1938 TOSf HUE IS STILL IEIL BLYTHEVILLR (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Invaders' Shadows Over China Drama, Mystery Locked In New Orleans Disappearance Years Ago NEW ORLEANS (UP)—New Orleans' mystery of the vanished bridal couple, a classic of the public administrator's office, has tinned a solution for a score or more years, according to Major A W i Newlin. • "To me the most dramatic anil mysterious of all talcs arising from this annual event was that "of the vanished bridal cmiple nnd the old trunk that contained their wedding presents," Newltn said. "Just hn«r IOJIK this trunk had been in storage was never ascertained, as it had been moved to the poydras branch of the Whitney bank when that structure was erected. It had been there 10 years when it was turned over to Die administrator. "It was found to be full of valuable wedding gifts, most of them purchased from exclusive jewelry firms here. The name of the de- po^tor had been lost, however; and nowhere could the full imine of the couple be discovered. The names or initials of the ctoners I also were on cards, but they were i of people I had never heard of, and unlisted in any directories. Offered at Auction '"It was one of the hardest things I ever had to do finally to offer the contents for sale." Newlin explained that the cmiple was sought in want ads locally and In major cities. / "My own belief is that this n' young couple stored their presents v after their marriage, went away on a trip, and both lost their lives in some disaster or epidemic during their honeymoon," he said. The broken threads of evidence found in forgotten bank boxes and vault rooms could -be woven into an interesting commentary on human nature, Newlin said, but admitted that the whole hodge-podge of persons who leave valuables mi- claimed for 10 years was too much for him. In -a bank box several years ago were found letters written to relatives by a 17-year-old boy in a northern prison during the Civil War. "Undoubtedly, historians would have paid for these documents," Newlin said. He explained lhat because of their personal nature, they were not offered for sale. Mill Not Censored "Evidently they had no censorship over ; riiall leaving the prisons, (for the publication of these letters at the time 'hey were -written cer- \ tainly would have meant his death," the administrator declared. Another interesting case was that of the "mysterious, heavy suit-case." The depositor, who had not claimed the bag for a decade or more, was discovered! in Canada. The storage fee was large, nnd lo this , was added the pro rata cost of the administrator's office. " "Just set the figure and I'll send you a check," the owner wrote to Newlin. He even sent his son lo reclaim the suit-case. "It turned out that the suit-case was filled with silverware." By night iis well us by day, the Japanese military rulers of Shanghai strive to impress the popul.xc wilh the formidable strength of the forces of oc-iijwiion, in an effort to check the reign of ierro launched by Chinese elements that rel'use to ace 1 ?'.)! defeat. Hollywood-like'scenes such as that pictured are ccmmon. Vlures silhouette the fielil gun and riflemen on guard duty nt their qimrlers i» the recently oW.ured metropolis. PAGE THREE chop and tuid sinning made by mixing bread cniiubs, onion, fat. sngc, sull niul popper. After clean- inn mid washing noose, slutl and neck nnd buck. Hoasl'for 15 minutes at 600 and then re- ap- Piece d Gnblc and Crawford <#—.Resistance a Salad By ALEXANDER KAHN diicu henl lo 350 P. Cook about Ilircit hciii.s. Wnsli nnd core |)K's, sprinkle with brown « stuff with mashed and seasoned :.woiH polalocs, bake until (wider, i unit serve hot with the goose. I T)ic filial course, dessert, COMICS ];i from Joiin. Crawford, who lusisis p. | Hint slu« would have strawberry Mrs. Duln Cliwr. 13y woiiw. K h, Mcllnney was n Blytho ] U requires one pint of rich vllle visitor Tuesday, i cream, one cup of fruit pulp mi-.l' Or. nnd Mrs. A. E. Robinson anil u ilnsh of winllln. whip lhe cream. Miss Uorothy, and 1'. I,. McHuncy Iholr mother, Mrs. Vnn, They were accompanied home "by UJcmior j«m> riimdol who lind visited her grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wclnberg and Boots Gone; Strike Called SYDNEY <U!>)-A strike van declared at lh e corrlmal mines here a pair of boots belonging' to Dooim and Froldmnn Welnberg' ft miner disappeared. H was only visited In Dexler, Mo. Sunday. Miss Clllmi Hcnson Jms relumed to Memphis nftcr spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hfiison. Miss Genuine Qiw has returned 1 to McCrory. after spending the \ past two weeks with her mother, called off when It dcvelojMd that Oil! c«)»;> toy htid thrown them awny thinking they had been dls- c 11 rued, ... , ., M| x ll wltli the pulp of slrnw- u«-» Mult tormsiioiKldil Ijorrlrs ilratnnl free of Julco mill 1.YWOOO. (Ul')-For dm will sprinkled with powdered ,jii- Kiir. Add (lie vnnlllu. Place :n or In fiw/liiK trays of ino- 'rtl lefrlt'einlor. Frock With Basque Bodice for Grade School Girls BY CAROL DAY r>RO\VING girls like dresses *-* like Pattern 8114, which adopts grown-up styles to youthful years. It's a .belHess model with pointed smoothly fitted basque bodice, and short purled sleeves above flaring skirt, and iu as picturesque as the peasant fashions from which it is adapted. In a pretty cotton print with !inc-j? collars and cuffs it is a practical dress for school wear throughout the spring. For cold weather, make it up in wool challis or thin wool in plain color. The contrasting binding is placed to emphasize the peasant lines. Note also how the bodice is darted to give a smooth, fitted line at the waist. If sewing does not come easily to you, consult the. sew chart that comes with each pattern. It gives detailed instructions together with careful diagrams. Pattern 8114 is designed for sizes 8. 10, 12, 14 and IS years. Size 10 years with short sleeves, requires 2 1-4 yards' of 39 inch material, plus 5-8 yard contrasting for collar and cuffs. The new WINTER PATTERN BOOK is ready for you now. It has 32 pages of attractive designs for every size and every occasion. Photographs show dresses made from these patterns being worn; a feature you will enjoy. Let the charming designs in this new book help you in your sewing. One pattern and the new Winter Pattern Book—25 cents. Winter Book alone—15 cents. •For a PATTERN of this attractive model send 15e 4p COIN, your NAME, ADDRESC STYLE NUMBER and SIZE to TODAY'S PATTERN BUREAU. 11 STERLING PLACE, BROOKLYN, N Y. Address your envelope to Blythevsiit- dounw news Today's, Pattern Bureau, 11 Sterling Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. Scouts' Fathers Will Be Guests Tuesday Night Fathers of the more thnn 125 Scouts in BIythevllle will be housewife who wonders what tin film suns like for New Ytar'.i mold dinner, iwlpos for u "Five Sim 1 ", iimnl ftnsl wore obtained from five' lending nim players. ] Spencer Tracy contributes -.lie npjx-iifwr, which lie guarantees will make everything (hat follows even lustier. He calls it Cnvlnr Canapes, mx| Jt. | s prepared ns follows: Three tablespoons caviar, throe tablespoons while onion chopped fine, garnish of green pepper uid hard-bollcil CKXS. Cut brill to toast Into oblong .strips, cover one- half with cuvinr, the oilier with chopped onion. Then place a silver of giTOii pepper where iho two ingredients uii'cl. Sprinkle ivllh HiiPly sieved linrd-bolM eggs, .Robert Montgomery otters his c'hnici' In Iho soup course, n cold Koup he calls Jellied Turkey. Take one quart of cold brown turkey soup, two tablespoons gelatin, unc-half cup cold water. Soften the gelatin In the water and add lo the boiling soup. Chill and .serve In cups. Cucumber Jflly Salad The snlnil Is contributed »y Jeumntc MncDonnld. Il's Cucumber jelly. Take one pint of ijrnleil Leachville Society — Personal Miss Anne McHuncy has returned home from n visit with her sisters, Mrs. 11. J. llnnlln nnd Miss Nannie Mcllimcy at Arbyrd, Mo. were In Memphis Wednesday nluhl. I Mr. nnd Mrs. Hiin.sll Fields and | Miss Hallle Williams were In; Cardwell, Mo., Sunday. Miss Ullllo liters visited Mrs. 1C. 11, Hundol nnil Mrs, Gattls Hall hi Tiennrll. Mo,, Tuesday, .she was nc;'Oji)|Hi)!lc(l dome by Mrs. Knrnli 1 RlMts, Miss Wllmn Ciwin left Sunday for Chllllcolhe Business CD))CJ;P i Chllltcothe, Mo. Mr, nnil Mrs, n. j. Dickey, Miss Virginia Dickey and Dob Onkman of Memphis, Tenn,. were guests of Mrs. Van nigg.s nnil family Sunday. Huddle 'Howard, Conwny Cru/.e mid Fioldimin Wehiuerij were In Memphis Friday. Boy Scouts in Blythevllle will be ul ' •"">• lnK e one pun. ol grnleil guests of their sons nt a special cucumbers, one teaspoon gelatin, scout meeting Tuesday night, 1:30 J wo tablespoons vinegar, one tn- Hubert Pace and Hunscll Field left 'Iliursdny for Texas, where lliey will be employed, Mrs. c. C. Meiule went to Memphis Thursday for n month's visit with relatives. Mrs. Ui'imye Mitchell and children, of Gobbler, Mo., are guests of friends uml relatives this week. T. A. Smllh nnd daughter, Mrs. 3uln Orecr, are upending the week n Forrest City. Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy Jones nnd Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jones wrre In oncsboro Thursday. Mrs. J. H. Morgan nnd Mrs. O. O. Stlres were In Kennetl, Mo., Mr. mid Mrs. Lee llearden announce (he birth of an eight pound dniiBhter Monday, Jnuuiiry ',t nl llu 1 Joni'sljom liospltnl. She has been named Mary l.oc, OUR SERVICE Insures Ynur Satisfaction * * * * * FFESTONE RADIOS HEATERS DEFROSTERS TIRE CHAINS I'KOTKCT YOUR CAR AGAINST WINTER 24 Hour Service TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. Call 6S|{ o'clock, at the First Presbyterian church, when a Youth program will be given. The Rev. S. II. Salmon, pastor of the church, will speak on "A Father's Responsibility to his Son" in which he will repeat the message given by Dr. Charles E. Barker, doctor of hygiene and physical culture, before the Blylheville Rotary club several years ago. This meeting is being arranged by Floyd A. White, n member of the Boy Scout council here, as an added attraction to the regular scout activities. Members of the Dud Cason post of the American Legion will dispense with their regular meeting that night so as to attend the meeting. Yarbro News The children of the Yarbro schools sold $11.00 worth of Christmas seals. Mr. and Mrs., J. E, Kretch announce the birth of a daughter January 4. The child weighed wine pounds. Mrs. Clifford Etchison, Mrs. Albert Hbllinsworth and Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Harris attended a district missionary meeting in Jones- bora Tlnirsda. Mrs. John A. Eage and tabs have returned to their home In Holcomb after spending n weei with Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ross. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Fry nnd son, Victor, spent the holidays in Bentonville. Miss Mary Elizabeth Holman has , returned from Salena, Ark., where she visited her parents, Rev. and Mrs. Dan C. Holman. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Bunch and family left Monday for California, accompanied by S. C. Estes and Everett Bruce. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Wldner sr., moved to Portageville, Mo., Monday. Burl Boyd returned Wednesday from Vandivers, Mo., where he visited his grandmother, Mrs. E. P. Harbour. Mrs. J. D. Hemby Is ill at her home. Mrs. J. W. Wirlner Jr., who lias been quite ill, is slowly improving. Mrs. C. E. Parker, who has been 111, is convalescing. Miss Beatrice Rose has returned from Osceola, where she spent the holidays with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ellzah Rose. Mrs. Odie Snodgrnss is spending the week with her sister in Marked Tree. Joan's Daughter Grows Up Without diving suits, the best divers can remain under water about one and 'one-third minutes: with a diver's suit, the diver is able to work under wale; 1 from five to six hours. In 1935, the Class 1 railroads of the United Slates operated 421,000 miles of tracks, as compared to 429,883 miles in 1930, peak year for trackage since 1918. Ladder's Ill-Luck Proved PASADENA, Cnl. (UP) — Mrs. Jessie N. Ccoper not only believes .hat it brings bad luck to pass under n ladder but she knows !t. The one under which she passed, and on which a wall paperer '.vas working, collapsed, breaking her blespomt oil, two teaspoons cold water, six halves of walnut meats, salt, paprika nnd lettuce leaves. Peel lhe cucumbers, removing most of the while ns well ns lhe green sklu. Grnle enough lo one pint nnd season wllh salt, paprika, vinegar and oil. Add the gelatin mixed with cold water, Plncc over fire imlll well mixed, but do not boll. In .the boltom of nn individual mold put a hnlf kernel of walnut, then pour in the cucumber mixture. Chill nfter I' has cooled. When serving, turi each molil on n nest of lettuce leaves nnd nitd a spoonful mayonnaise. Clark Onblc has his say when it comes to the main course. On- ble turns his back on turkey, bu casts u hungry eye on roast; goose , ,,. lioasl Goose and Apples. '• 'Take one eight-pound goose two cups bread crumbs, one chop two tablespoons teaspoon sage, fat one Tuesday. Mr. nnd Mr. and Mrs. dene Rundol, of Mrs. Onttls Hall and CcnneU, Mo., spent Sunday with Hemorrhoids-Piles CURKD WITHOUT SURGERY & GUARANTEE!) Safe, ran »nd with Itm discomfort. All disease* and condition* of nervous origin, foot »flm<-n(n .mi ,u n Clncfr8 (rented and nartd »t oar clinic. DRS. NIES & NIES Oiteopalfalo PhysfcUru BH Mkln Phono 88 Bljthevtlle, Ark. ped onion, one-fourth teaspoon suit, pinch of pepper, six to eight apples, a quarter cup of brown sugar and three sweet potatoes. Cook the giblets until tender, REPORT OF CONDITION OF The Farmers Bank &'Trust Company of'Blytheville, in the Slate of Arkansas, n member of the Federal Reserve System, at the close of business on December 31, 1D31. Published in accordance with calls made by the Stale Bank Commissioner o) Arkansas and lhe Federal Reserve Bank of this District. ASSETS Loans and discounts—C. C. C. Loans on Cotton $650,027.31; Other loans $319,fiOV.05; $ Bfi9.fi94.3C Overdrafts 32.58 United States Government obligations, direct and-or fully guaranteed .. .". 152,500.00 Other bonds, stocks, nnd securities 75,248.15 Banking house and Kress BIdg., $115,000.00; Furniture and fixtures, $2.100.00, 117.10000 Real Estate owned other than banking house l.CO Reserve with Federal Reserve bank 20G.5GS.M Cash, balances with other banks, nnd cash ileias in process of collection 439.148.00 Assets Insurance Department 27.S64 3'i Other assets Insurance Department 15,000.00 Almost as tall and flashing the same smile and twinkling eyes ns her actress mother. Diana Markcy, 9-year-old daughter of Joan Bennett and her first husband, John Fox, is shown above cnjoyinj a ski run with her mother near Quebec. 'Not as adept on the waxed boards as Jonu, Diana lias obviously tumbled into the snow. Diana Joined her mother for the holidays during her vacation from an eastern school. ML<« Bennett recently divorced Diana's foster father, Gene Markey, writer. TOTAL 52,003,255.67 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of Individuals, partnership, and corporations $1,345,183.35 Time deposits ol individuals, partnerships, and corporations 192,899.11 State, county, and municipal deposits 137,614.58 Deposits of other banks, certified and officers' checks outstanding, etc 49,155.89 Secured by the pledge of lonns and- or investments $ 25.000.00 Not secured by the pledge of loans nml-or Investment? 1,700,653.29 TOTAL DEPOSfTS $1,725,053.29 Dividends declared but not yet payable, and amounts set aside for dividends not declared and for accrued inlere.st on capital notes and debentures Uabililirs Insurance Department Capital account; Common stock, 6000 shares, par $25.00 per share $ 150,000,00 Surplus 40,000.00 Undivided profits-net 44,638.06 15,000.01) 21,964.32 Total Capital Account 234,63«.OG TOTAL. INCLUDING CAPITAL ACCOUNT $2,003,255.67 MEMORANDUM; LOANS AND INVESTMENTS PLEDGED TO SECURE LIABILITIES United States Government ..obligations, direct and-or fully guaranteed 5 25.000.00 TOTAL PLEDGED, excluding rediscounts 25.000.00 Pledged: Against State, county, and municipal deposits 25000.W TOTAL PLEDGED $ 25,000.00 I. F. E. Warren, Cashier ol the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. P. E. WARREN, Cashier CORRECT—ATTEST: B. A. LYNCH, CECIL SHANE, J. L, CHERRY, Directors. Stale of Arkansas, county of Mississippi, ss: Sivorn to and subscribed before me this 7th day of January, 1938 <Seal) E. R. BRYAN, Notary Public. My com expires March K, 1939. "See young . it's signed by ton" As early as 1746, the neighbors of young George .Washington entrusted the surveying of their fields and forests to the master of Mount Vernon. They could count upon his unswerving honesty. His narhe upon a map made it an authoritative document. A good name is no less important today. As you read the advertisements in this newspaper, you see the names of manufacturers and merchants who have builded their business success upon honest products. The very fact that they advertise speaks for their integrity. The store that stays in business has not only to get customers but to keep them year after year. Your good-will is worth too much to be endangered by inferior, unsatisfactory goods. Read the advertisements regularly. They will save you minutes and money. They serve as maps of good merchandise—signed with names which, like the name of Washington, have been tested by many and found completely trustworthy.

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