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

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 20, 1937
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19S7 Red Exiles in New Refuge BLTTHEVILLB, (ARK,): COUHIER NEWS |Conliuuance of Lasl Year's Construction Boom Is Assured. _ OSCEOI.A, Ark.—Allliough Osce- lola and the adjacent territory en- I joyed the largest building program lin IU history during 193G, new con- Itracts let in January and plans I being drawn for further building • indicate a continuation of this higti I record. Miss Emma cox, owner ot movie • theatres in Osceola, Leachville and I Joiner, lias let the contract to .) Id. Scurlock for a modern duplex I apartment In the west end of town Ion the corner of Highway 40 and I Elm street, The building will be of I stucco with plastered walls. I apartment will have four rooms and I a bath. A double garage will also I be built. , Foundations arc complete laid I construction • going forward on. the I new eight-room southern colonln' 1 home of Earl Qulnii in the J. \v. I.Quinn addition west, of town. Tlic iHiouse will have four bedrooms anc ftwo batbs. Paul L\ister is building a six- Iroom house In the same addltloi I of Osccola. The style Ls Cape Cod I Colonial of clapboard construction, I the new . home of Bruce Ivy, I prosecuting attorney, which is par- 1 tlally completed, will have six rooms j including tliree bedrooms, with I combination garage and servants I quar.ters, in the rear. The interior I will be plastered, the exterior of I clapboard-'and it will cost $1000. 1 Among the larger homes under I construction In the Quinn addi- I tion is the two-story brick veneer [residence of J. B. Strickland. It is I to have seven rooms, two tile baths I and lie heated with oil. /rotal cost i including garage will be around $7,[ 500 and it will be finished the last [ of February. L. H. Williams of Spartanburg, IS. C., brUlier ot J. L. Williams, I lias recently rented the c. M. Har- 1 well farm south of town on Hlgh- [ way 61 and will make some repairs I on the outside of the two-story res- I Idence on the place and re-deco- I rate the interior before moving his I family lie re in February. I Frank L. Sutton, owner of Sut- 1 ton's Shows, who bought five acres I just north of town facing Highway I 61 for permanent headquarters a I few months ago, has completed a 1 modern residence for himself on the tract. Gravel driveways have been laid and electric lights put up. A club house will also be built and I the entire addition known as Siit- J.on's Country Club. ESGE THREE Police have already been called out to Communist demonstrations and Mexican Communist leaders are planning further uprisings in protest of Leon Trotsky's presence In Mexico. Antl-Trolsky factions are strongly antagonistic to his permanent residence in the country. Here the former Soviet leader and his wife are shown as they landed in Tampico after being deported from Norway, 'nicy were grecte.d at the dock by Mrs.,Diego Rivera, right, wife of the nrtlst, to whose home they went. . HcVm iVH Explains Organization's Program for L-jgislatiori. Mr, nnd Mrs. Jolm ShcrTicld i\nd Mr. and Mrs. Jerdle Lambert of Helena were guests of honor last night nt a supper given by Ihe American Legion Auxiliary for members of the local Legion ]x>st ami their wives. Mr. Sheffield, department legislative .chairman, was the principal speaker and Mr. Ijtinbcrt, district vice-commander, Mrs. Sheffield, Mrs. Lambert and Mrs. Howard Proctor, |>nst department >re,sldent of the Auxiliary, also said n few words. Ross Stevens, commander of the local post' presided. Mr. Sheffield outlined the Lesion's program for national legislative, major points of which are the enactment ot a' low for universal service In wn'r lime, better national defense, and pensions for the widows and orphans of World War veterans. The Legion docs not want war, Mr. Sheffield said, but It wants Ihe United Slate's to be ready to resist aggression. And 11 wai comes It wants capital and labor to contribute to victory on the same basis as does the man who is drafted Into the armed service Pensions for the widows and orphans of men who offered llieli lives In the war, he said, arc no more than the nation's Just resignation of Miss Mary Elizabeth Machin, a member of the gram- iar school faculty, H. C. May'Is expected home Thursday from Chicago, III., where IE has been attending a meeting of sand and gravel executives. Mrs.-Irene Acqulno left Tuesday for Perrin, Ark., where she will spend a few weeks visiting her laughter, Mrs. Howard (*,'ough. Mr. Clough Is constructing a dam there ,'hich. upon its completion, will Garutlicfsville ' Society —-Personal | Lucky Nines Entertained. Miss Bethel Malloure was hos- ! tess to the" Lucky Nine Bridge club Monday evening at her home on I East Eighth Street. , Mrs. Harold Popliam held high ] score and Miss Dollye Robinson was awarded the consolation prize. , • » * Given FareweU Dinner. Miss Mary Elizabeth Machin, I grammar school teacher, was given 1 a farewell dinner last Friday eve- I ning by the teachers in the gram- I mar and high schools. There were about 20 present. I Miss.Machin left Saturday morn- I Ing for St. Louis, where she is vis- I itlng her parents. From there she j expects to go to Champaign, 111. I to visit with her brother, Ted Ma- I chin, who is a professor in Illinois I University. In about six weeks, she 1 will leave for Los Angeles, Cal., I where she will be married to Jerry 1 Clelland, broker of that city. The teachers presented Miss Ma- I chin with two lovely gifts of lin- j gerie, and she responded with I short talk of appreciation., 1 * • * | Past matrons Club Entertained. Mrs. N. H. Arnold, and Mrs. '»ck Hart entertained the Past Matrons club Monday evening at fltie home of Mrs. Arnold, ..' As the guests arrived, they were I met at the door by the hostesses, I who were attired in Chinese costumes. The walls were adorned with wall hangings of bamboo, on whicl. I were painted Chinese women and j Chinese scenes. Lying about 01 I end tables, were copies of Chinese I papers and magazines. 1 The dining tables were covered with Chinese cloths. Tapers were I burning and the centerpieces were I small china figurines of geisha girls I The places were marked with mln- 1 i a lure Chinese women. . n I small rice cakes,'in odd shapes wit fortunes, a Chinese pressed fruit souri I and nuts, chop suey, rice, and hot . I ceremony was presented by Mrs III. A. Boone, Mrs. Mona Helm I and Miss Essie Johnston. Mrs . . . | Mrs. Tom Markey. furnish water for the city of Littls Rock. • • Mr, ,and Mrs. Norman Nelson took their small son to Mcmnhi; over the weekend for an examination. He will have his tonsils and adenoids removed the latter part, ot the week. Ed Jaines and Frank Long have gone lo Miami, Pla., where they will spend several weeks vacationing. C. P. Bloker returned Wednesday from f'recmont, Ohio, where he spent;,several days on business. -Alvln'Boyd, who spent last week Here with".Oils aunt,. Mrs. Maggie Rice, has ."returned to his home in Memphis. '"J. E':i Green drove lo Memphis Sunday to visit his wife and his mother, Mrs. J. E. Green sr. He was accompanied home Monday morning by'lris wife, who had spsnt several days . in Memphis. Pneumonia Fatal to Mrs. R. H. Yates, 44 Mrs. Pearl Lena Yates, 44, wife of R. H. Yntes, 900 Clark street, diet! at noon yesterday at the Baptist hospital in Memphis. Her death was attributed to pneu luonfa. - Mrs. Yntes is survived by her husband, n daughter, Mrs. Normal' Speck of this city, her parents Mr. and Mrs. • Thomas Grain ol !LiM!e Rock, two sisters, Mrs. C. H. DeBoc of West Memiilii nnd Mrs. Owen Blair of Smith, and (our brothers, Port Roj Grain of.' Fort Smith, Thomas Grain jr., of Longview, Tex., Homer Leonard and Ollie Grain of -Little Hock. . , Funeral services will be held this afternoon at the home of Mr Yates' father, in Little ^Hock. Memphis' Rainfall In January Over 8 Inches MEMPHIS, Jan. 20 (UP)—More Jion 60,000.000,000 pounds or'8.68 Inches of rain have fallen In Memphis since January 1, It was estimated today by A. R. Long, assistant at the United States weather bureau 'here. Reports Meat Theft Raymond Znchry, 608 South Lake street, reported the theft of a quantity of meat front a- storage house at his residence some time last night, to officers this morn- Two Luxora Girls Hurt as Keiser Gains Victory . LUXORA, Ark. — Evelyn McDaniels, n Luxora senior, turned lier ankle and sustained a nnin- ful sprain in the third quarter of the basketball game at Keiser Tuesday nighl. In the first half minute of the game, Earle Brantley, another Luxora senior, fell Into a brick wall and was knock_ed tmcoivscious, tout was later able to go back into the game. The Keiser girls were victorious by the score of 28 to 1C. Prances Anchlin wn Keiser, making , Ruby Johnson ,wns a close - ond with 9. McDaniels was high- scoring forward for Luxora-, with 7 points to her credit. Mary Alma Cook, guard, was the outstanding Keiser pluyer. Luxora got off to an early lead in the boys' game, but a hard- flghtinEf quintet of Yeltowlnckets pushed their score steadily i,p In the last quarter until the final count was Luxora 27, Keiser 24. Bill Nichols was outstanding plny- liigh scorer for 10 tallies, while er, scoring 8 points Leigh, of Luxora lK>lnts. for Keiser. scored 12 Five Pemiscot County Clubs Win Certificates 'OARiUTHEHSVILLE, Met—Miss Loreno Dryden, county home demonstration agent, yesterday announced that five Pemiscot coun- .._ ty homemakers' clubs had been The menu, of three courses, con- awarded certificates of standard of sisted of Chinese food, including achievement by the College of Agriculture, University of Mis- The five clubs are the Happy — -.I. ..«.„, ^..^.^ „!»!,_.;. _, l-_ Vj O I IQ. J1UU "^ J ' " U •-1U W^ UI C U1O iiaPPV tea. The clcsscrt course was crisp Homemakers club. of the Carlc- | almond cakes and fruit. ton community; Busy Bee club Itollowiiig-the dinner, Mrs. Floyd of Gibson community; Progressive Neeley, who recently retired as \yor- Homemakers club of Stanley thy matron, was Initiated into the Cottonwood Homemakers club of Past Matrons club. The Initiation Cottonwood, and the Community Homemakers ot Mosley community. _._ „. The clubs had to to qualify i n . Boone, following the ceremony, for- twelve different phases of rural I mally welcomed Mrs. Neeley into Interest and benefit before they I the club and presented her with were eligible for the awards ll ier Past Matrons pin. The 1936 presidents of these . • A short business'session was held, clubs, under whose guidance the I following which birthday gifts were clubs achieved their coveted I presented to Mrs. B. A. Jumper and awards, were: Mrs. J. M z are ixf« r^,_ cor| Car]eton . ^ H u Cupples Gibson; Mrs. G. B. Henderson jr' Stanley; Mrs. Rose Taylor, Cot Miss Lilly Heyde of Jackson, Mo. u«.»«.-/, «i.». iwsc layior cot- •arrlved here the latter part of last tonwood, and Mrs. Homer Smith I •ffeex to flrf the vacancy left by the Mosley. Etowah Mother Dies After Birth of Twins Mrs. Sadie Prince, wife of A. Prince, Etownh, former, died at 8 o'clock tills morning, following tiie birth of twin sons, who survive her. Funeral services will be held In the morning at II o'clock and •'.'interment will be made tU Etowah cemetery. The Mo;s Funeral Service ,1s In chnrge of funeral 1 arrangements, i Lecture Tonight "An illustrated lecture on "The Pathway of the Pilgrim Fathers," showing the origin of the movement that brought Protestantism to America, will be given tonight a the hall of the First Christian church. 1 All are invited to attend, by the pastor, the Rev. Carroll B. Cloyd. DREADED MIDDLE-LIFE MM..P. L. While of 711 CEicrokee St., MM- koge<-, OScla., »a id : Wlicn pajsiTijr .thru middle Hie 1 had no appetite anil wis nervous anil had terrible heartaches and - backache), associated, \rilh functional Uisimlnnces. -. . n . . I Jioofc^ Pr.' Time's ravonte i rescnplron aa , 3. loa'ic anil it eatued my ayt>eti(c toUiVprove and I felt £nft Neiv sue, lads. SOc., 'liquid 11 &$1JS. JJuy today of your neighhorhood druggist. WASHINGTON, Jan. 20. (UP) —A quartet of General Motors corporation officials, headed by President Alfred P. Sloan jr., arrived In Washington today to confer with Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins on the automobile strike situation. WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- WilhoQl CaWl-Aod Tnll Jatnp On I cf Ed b , rt« Morniot Kiria' li Ci Tha tlrer should pour cmt two ponnd* of 1 liquid bile into your bowels dally. If th!* b)l*> is not flowin x freely, your food doesn't A I jest, ll just dfrcayn in the boKclB, Gu blotLa tip your it6m&ch. You jret conttipated. Yonr whole system la poifloned »nd you f«] lour. Bunk indthe world kwk«pnnk. Luitive* are only makeshifts, A man bowel movement doesn't ae tit the cause. It . UVca those Eood, old Carter's L.ttla Livef Pills to tret thcsa two pound* of b!,e flowing (rccJy »nd rniVeyoaf««l ap«ndBp".H»rm- lesi, Eentlc. yot •mazing-In m-tklTia bile flow frc*ly. A*lt forCmrter'i LHtTe Liver Fills by name. Stubborn); r*fa»« ttnyLMag OLD FASHIONED THRIFT STILL THE BEST WAY A New Policy Issued by the Reliable Life Insurance . Co. •.of St. Louis, solves the problem of investing savings to the best advantage. This policy returns half the face value In cosh at the end of 10 years, yet the full amount of insurance remains In force at greatly reduced annual cost. Only one policy Issued to any one individual, nges I to 59. For further information clip ant mall this card: B, L. Tatman, Pres., Reliable Life Ins. Co., 3639 Olive St., St. Louis, Mo, Without obligation on my part please send statement of benefits at my age. Name Age ncaTCst blrlliday .... years Address Agencies available to men of exceptional qualifications. FARMS FOR SALE CAN GIVE POSSESSION AT LATE AS FEB. 1, 1937 Price Down No. Acres Location Per Acre Payment 90 near Yarbro |85.00 §1500.00 65 near Gideon ?50.00 ?1000.00 40 near Risco $60.00 ?1000.00 83 in Dunklin Co. §44.00 $ 640.00 20 in Dunklin Co. ?65.00 ? 260.00 40 in Dunklin Co. ?45.00 $ 360.00 124 in Dunklin Co. $48.50 ? 900.00 40 in Dunklin Co. §40.00 $ 240.00 80 in Dunklin Co. ?58.75 ? 750.00 Balance payable over 10 to 20 jf»r period. I h»ve a great many other farms for sale, in tast Missouri, down payment from 15 to K% and balance over a 20 year period. J. W. BADER, Blytheville, Ark. $1.00 ZONITE Antiseptic ': 79< 100 5 Grain r.. ^vj LUX SOAP Snvc for Cash Bros. Drug Co. Miiin & IIroadway - - Spccfals for Thursday - Friday & Saturday $1.00 ' <J vimin \W/ \1 ASPIRIN f Mar-0-OII> | TAB LETS! Shampoo 79< Tooth Paste SOc Size „ , ,.' , , Olafsen Pint Size 39c found MEAD'S •cfi/ Wl: ' CotJ. anJStcln ~5laltta ABDG 39c »7' 16-0*. 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