The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 6, 1932 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 6, 1932
Page 2
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<* )i THURSDAY. OCTOBER 6, 1932 nr.YTiTEVia.rc, (AUK.) COUHIEU NEWS Mrs. Jrmes B. Clark Heads Organization in Six Counties. Extensive plans are underway for co::'.p!oto- organization of Dcm- ccratic women In northeast Ar- ]:.T,<2s In the forms ol Roosevelt- Oan:e;- clubs. Mrs. Maude Walt cf Little Roc*, district supcrvls- u of the Democratic women's or; 3r.i7.atiou. is spending severe ei:ys In this section of the slaw r.c.:is'.ln; i» tne organizations. Mississippi. Clay, Poinsett, Crit louden. Cralghoatl and Greeni ' cciiiitlivi are in this district ivhlcl will be headed by Mrs. Janie B. Ciork. She is to IK assisted b Mrs. Kcrvard' Proctor as ptiblicit director and Mrs. Ira Gray 'a cf rrcjpondliu cccretar^. In this county Mrs. W. E. Hun cf Csceola, will be chairman '^i Csceola district and Mrs. T. E. i Tate, ot-Armorel, chairman of the Chickasaviba district. Mrs. C. W. Ferguson is to be at the head of the Wilson club and the Blj-the- ville club is to be. led by Mrs. C. M. Ruck. '. ' . These groups 'toill • be a part ol the state Democratic club. A chnr; !s belns made at Little Reck of all v;omen workers of UI:R state who are ' taking part in the national campaign. This chart will be sent to Washington, D. C., to be used as a reference when • the Democratic committee has need of women leaders for political affairs. Steels Soci'Mv- Personal Robert Lawrence and the Misses Juliet Frank and Giace Dimivant spent last week end In Murfrees- x>ro, Term., ns the guests of the Mis'.«s Evelyn and Gladys Frank, v.'ho are attending Tennessee Col- eee for Young Women. Miss Evelyn Bigeart accompanied them as :<ir ns Dyersbuig. Tenn., where she was the guest of Miss Mary Dee Bnker. Hudg:ns Is spending this week at De Soto, Mo., on un-in-- q °"i H.uilev mid Miss Mildred Brooks of Memphis spent is*' 1> the. iuesl of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ozment this w««lt. . . norence E.-, two year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Jones, died Sunday at their home near Steele of whooping cough and bronchitis. Burial was at the Lester cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Chirk and daughters Mary Decine and Chris|lo, and Mrs. leyon Earls nnd Mr. Earls visited relatives at Cara- \vnv. Ark., Sunday. Mrs. W. D. Hughes Is spending Lux ora of her daughter, Mrs. J. H. Henderson. Harry Talklngton accompanied Ivr mother, • Mrs. Ira Baker, to Willis Page entertained Monday night with a party celebrating his 15th .btrli'.day. Among thoss who attended were Misses Mnrc-Jll Whfiry, Evelyn McDanicls. Edna Paulino Beardon, Virginia 8, Kutlierlne Shanks, Lois Mae Ledbctler, Pauline Ilfvlerc and Bill Shanks, Sain Meadows, Robert Benson, Marvin Lowe, Jesse and Negro Wounds Three With Shotgun Charge Cliciry wllllnms. negro, fired hi", r'"H'I'll i't anolhiT ni'iiro and hit his target ami two white youths in Ihc Gtilncs quarters ycs- u-rrtnv afternoon. Most of the shotgun load struck the otlicr negro In thf side o! Hi" iii'iul bin n few stray shot nlsn hit Claude Faylie' unit Mnvvln alllls. Payne anil Olllls were only 'lv Injured. The negro for whom all the load wo* Intended four weeks with rhmmitum, ihows no Improvement thU week. A group of Ekron Sunday school members visited Aunt Jane Widner at Half Moon late Sunday afternoon. Rev. Maikham ot Monctte will hold church services here aunduy morning nnd nluht. Everyone Is in- mother. Ralph and Dean Vick and the Misses Mlgnlon and Helen Vick »nd Kathellne Harper spent Snn- ind Mrs.. Dixie Crawford and Miss Goltla Marshall also, were gwsts •it Mr. nnd Mrs. Hanley Sunday evening. Mrs. Ben Powell of Caruthcrs- ','ille is lh e guest of her daughter, 'ivs. E>.:trai Matthies and Mr. Mat- th'es. Mrs. Frank Jordan and son Bob- Mrs. J. B.' Windcll and son of Joiner, Ark., is the guest of Mrs. I L. C. Spencer. Miss Mildred Overturf Is spending -this week In Tyronza, Ark., as the guest of Miss Ruby Overturf. Miss Huby Dee Wilson of Hunt. - . ')ie are r.t SprinBficld for the lat- ngton, Tenn, spent |ast week end er's health m Coote r Rs tn .e R" e st of Mr. and Keiaer News Notes Mia Irene Nichols spent the week-end In Hlyllievllh at Ihc bedside of her sister, Junta, In Hie hoAUitil. She rclinncd SPRUCE, Uo. (UP) - Mm. Ida .Brunrr, 70, orerttei i) torthum mill hero. Her father statUd the mill after the Ciyll War. When h« died 20 years ago, th« daujhter look charge. plan. Drilltou durinf the.month, ounUac to r,7B meUn, v «m 10 p«r oe&t k* than in June and two aod one-half per • cent Jen than In-JuljrVUM." ?~*' Soviet Far In Oil Scheduk F. iississippi County Convicts Paroled LITTLE ROOK, Ark.—Two white men and one negro from Mississippi county were among the 2' state convicts granted paroles bj the penitentiary commission yesterday. Harvey. Tanner of Blytheville serving a one year term for gram larceny,- was paroled. William East erling was also given his freedom •He was serving a two year tern for burglary and grand larceny. . James Shaw, negro, serving a two year term for burglary and' grand larceny, was the Mississippi county negro paroled. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brooks of! ^i. ^»^_ Rushing and Miss ilcmphis are the guests . of Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Brooks this week. Ruth Tucker. Mrs. G. Q. and . . . . 0( , Miss Ti-em Guthrie of Black i Stewart are spending several days Oak. Ark., is the guest of Mrs. '" Blythev lie as guests of Mrs. I. Huth Lawhon uthrie. nnd Miss Eunice Elmer Jones is seriously 111 at he horn" of his parents, Mr. and Mis. J. R. Jones. • - Mrs. Ruth Lawhon and son H- tert spent Friday and Saturday at Joiwsboro with relatives. Mrs. J. F. Patterson and children moved Friday to Festtis. where Mr. Patterson is employed as section foreman. Mr. and Mrs. David Spencer, formerly of Steele 'but now of Washington. D. C., have announc- ea the birth of a daughter, born J. R. Morgan Is attending a Rel and Whlta store convention at St. Louis this week. .Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Brown spent lust \vc/?k end as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Brown of the Lake farm. Mr. and Mrs. J.' P. Douglas of j Wilson, Ark., are rejoicing over the ' arrival of nn B 1-2 pound daughter, born last Thursday. She lias been named Joan. Mrs. Douslas is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Vick of Steele and has many friends here. Tony Jordan has accepted « position In the Manning ptor- macy. Mrs. Minnie Vance of Blytheville B. Stewart. vlere, John Martin. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. McDiimrmn were guosts of Mrs. Mi'Dcannan'a sister, Mrs. I. K. Johnson, of lily- theville Sunday night. Mrs. Ell2abclh Sllllman and Miss Elizabeth Spann shopped In Blj-- thtvillc TnMday. Among those who attended . the funeral of Hart Dickinson here Sunday from Blytheville were Hlchard Dickinson, Oscar Elliott and E-. E. Alexander. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Unified vis- lied In Blytherllte Tuesday afternoon. '' Alvin Wunderltch transacted business in Memphis Tuesday. Mesdames W. J. Wundcrllc'.i and Clarence . VollniDr of Blytheville were guests of their mother, Mrs M. 1 C- Cookc. nnd family Tuesday Williams was niTCMcd by Polk'e- ninn Herb Thompson nnd Constable Hurry Taylor. He nus lodg- rd In Ilic county Jull on n chargo of Mioating with Intent to kill. Steele Garage Man Erects New Building STEELE, Mo. — John Parks Jr., who has operated the Leonard Chevrolet company here for three year;;, Is erecting u one story brick Mrs. L. . O. Hutchinson niidi Miss Joyce Tompkins ol. daughter .Nellie Carnes are In Ely- ola, who has been attending theville, visiting Dr. and Mrs. C. here for the past two weeks, wll' r »,„.„_ ,*«. „. ....... ...... l while Hutchinson is a pstient in the hospital. When le'ls able to travel they will move to Kosclusko, Miss. Mr. Hutchinson has been in bad health ever since coming to Steele. He has disposed of his grocery business here to Mr. Lutes of Blytheville. A .new Chevrolet sedan, the property of Abe Rushing, cashier of thi Bank of Cooler, was stolen from his garage Friday ni?'"t. ir< has found no trace of the thief or of his car. Mr. -and Mrs. John Parks jr. were in -Memphis on business Friday. Mr. aixl Mrs. B. W. Thwenti shopped in Memphis Monday. Mis. John Watts, Mrs, Joe Mounts, Misses Kathryn Wnlts. Pearl McClnln and Huge) Hundson and Joe Mounts Jr., shopped in Blyllieville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs, .H. E. Weldinau, Mrs. Finnic Simmons and daughter, Miss jnmic Nichols, were the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. L. Nichols Vrldny night, T.i«y we accompanied home by Miss Irene Nl- cliols. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Williams and Miss Sis Watson attended the MOSCOW (UP)-Whlle trie B«- gregiitii output of the Soviet oil !:rtustry In. the flrnt seven months ot this year was four and one-half \xt cent higher than in the corresponding period of 1931, It waj far below schedule. The seven months' total was IS.ffiM.SC*) tons ts against 12,528,400 tons n year ago. The July output, was slightly below June and only 7!) per cent of the monthly Overcomt Palnih ,, this better way" WOMEN who «t into a wok, no- dawn condition can tartly tract to b* free frein trouble*** "nail •rmptom*." , -H Wher« tbe troobU It tut t*'«Mk> " aw, Cardul help* womaa to nt .(troncer and thui makM It cufar for n«tur« to Ufce It* ordtrtr i Pain M, nanlac tymptom. P**r M courtihmtnt ot tb» Improved. ' lutoid of toftnilB* on tawmrr ' ' p«ln pUit ilurlnc th«T(s£ Onllif. In*, Uke Cwibil to build ip TOW re»l*Uncf to womanly •ISmeou, t > mid service stutltm on|counly league nnetlnt at lilylhc- Hlljhwuy 61, Just soulh of the new i vll!e Suiulny. Davis cafe building. The bulldtiiR Is to be 50 by 80 feet, nml will provide ample spac" for office, display room, nnd workshop. Tills building, modern In every rosnect, will be the sixth new building erected In Stcelc ihls year. Mrs. Massie Resentful at Hawaii Development! LANSDOWNE, Pa., Oct. B (TJP) —Mrs. Thalia Massie, central figure of the Blonolulu tragedy, : tor day threatened to retnrn to Hawall and Insist upou trial of .the natives accused of attacking her If the officials "persist In calling' the attackers innocent". Hospital Notet. • Patients admitted: Misses Alta Stewart and Clara Stewart, Steele, Mo. Dismissed: Mrs. C, G. Rcd- mnn, city; KnlgM Stevens, St:^le, .\ir.v Jlnrt i/'sttr and son Clias.. Mrs. nuby Brown and Ml.v; Beatrice Campbell of McOehCe. Ark., were litre last week; for the fu- nei-nl of Eltzabolh Ann Anclillii. . Bill Crews and Escll Johnson of Little River were, hero Saturday en route (o Memphis to attend the fair. • |. i . .1. NP.W Wonderful Face. Powder Mrs. Nora May . was hostess' Mrs - Mnsslc vvns aroused by re- Monday at her home in Cooler at .a dinner honoring the birthday anniversary of her mother, Mrs. Biggart. Among the guests were Mr. and. Mrs. Dave Wright and children and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Llpscomb and children. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Wall and son Harold visited relatives in" Tiptonville, Tenn.. Sunday. Extensive deposits of -po»ih have been found in Ethiopia. ports that Gov. Lawrence Ju<ld and Prosecutor John Kclley had employed private detective agency to "whitewash Hawaii".. Revival in Progress HOLLAND, Mo.—A revival was started Wednesday night, October 5, at the Mosley schoolhousc, Just south of Walnut 'Grove tourist Kkron News Notes . Clayton Harlsflclcl nud . family spent Sunday at Gosnell as guests of Mrs. Hartsfletd's parent.?, Mr. and Mrs. George Lawllcld. Rube Bcvlll and family of Gosnell were guests of ttxjlr daughter, Mri J. H. Holding ami family Sunday. A large crowd from this com munlty attended the baptizing at 'Lone Oak Sunday v attern6on. The weekly prayer^mceting of the Ekron Sunday school was held at the home of Ncely Curtis Wednesday evening. Louie Shultz of Half Moou con- Ducted services here Sunday night. Mr". S'nultz was entertained at the , Prevents Lin-ore Pores— Stays on Longer . . For n youthful complexion, u«r new wonderful MELLO-OLO Face Powder. Hides tiny lines. Crinkles jiixl poreB. New French process makes It spread more s moo till y and itivy on longer. No more Blilny noses, Purest, face powder Known. Prevents large pores. Ask today (or new, .wonderful face powder, MKI,LO-OLO,:that suits every complexion. Klrby Drug Company or Klrby Brothers. Drug'Go. —Adv New Suede Slippers Black and Brown Seamless Pumps, Black Suedcf and Kid Pumps with Fancy Bow, Dressy. High Hecla, Brown and Black Ties, Spectator Heeln, A pair PUMPS - STRAPS - TIES |-l .95 New Patterns J_ •0.;CGAIVSKE ; "THE SHOE MAIN" camp on Highway 61. The Rev. O. [home of Ted Holland. D. Masters Is in. charge and every- | Mrs. .Onlcy Stone, who has been on c Is Invited to attend. confined to her bed for the past RAW FURY "Nature in the Raw"— as portrayed by Meissontcr's famous painting (1855)... inspired by the savage passion held in check by Henry 's stern edict against duels among the nobles of Jus court. t:rt~ v ' TH t RED5iWHifE eoco T..J PfiiCfS situ L0\v I 6UC5S I'll PTWME K) IH<5 .1EOf.VM.Tt JUST PtMtCT/ IT] t RtOtWru »roitt r« f» ' r-Tir* c\ B1 " e ' & w^ 1 *-' ; - &Mtof*t*: '-;' r«' : -iciv^;' H'M'i^fc : • •'" Hcavy'Syrupf-v.'''.'^'-.^'^!''^.!!^^':. Ll.-It-iiiO ; . ! '.. .•.'•No.-'-2'.1.2'.Ciii».>;?"; -:^:-XOV:. PBffiNTWiSr^^*'- '^*^*^^ Can I?cd & While; Ftill FlavO'AC • ; ! ..vor, Tender;'Np'.-2.'Coifi uv' '-"• : Red _ T ..,,.. ., .-,-..,,.-..... »..•,,«•• ' -.••-•'- •••'-.•' '-'.'•,- pjaln 65«; .i8?L{>.^Sk'.Plftin'Vf-yJUWv- ft'Ifr'SwT 24 V Grew ^,^e-2kb/-Sack^i'Vifc : 10-Oz. ftotlta-.^t; • p^;55c;^8^*V!^^'^4M^ Self- rtlsarig duaranteed 24-Lb. OCO i VSaek >•'-'-;;•-•.-- ; -03 : - CRAPE FRUITS . Sack 45c; Red & Whil* Nnphthn —and raw tobaccos have no place in cigarettes They ate not present in Luckies ... the mildest cigarette you ever smoked buy the finest, the very finest tobaccos in all the world—but that does not explain why folks everywhere regard Lucky Strike as the mildest cigarette. The fact is, we never overlook the truth that "Nature in the Raw is Seldom Mild"—so these fine tobaccos, after proper aging and mellowing, are then given the benefit of that Lucky Strike purifying process, described by the words— "It's toasted". That's why folks, in every city, town and hamlet say that Luckies are such mild cigarettes. That toasted ;« of MM "Iff Muni* * hair htk, prucb * htter srrmm, tr maU a irtfcr mmt-trtb OHM bii migUxr, th»bt M4 Im knot at tkt intuit, tbt v*rU viU ma)* t ktit* pub t» bis Jttr. "-RAIPH WAIDO EMERSON. Docs not this explain tbe wortd-wide icccpuace and tppwvtl of Lucky Strike? ~_- i orncr; nine & While. I.t>.. Sii|ieri»r Quality ' UKAI'LINUT 1AC ri,AKKS I'kg. IV CiniJ CON Oirne ilCC Ri-<! * White. 2 fnr6t) RAISINS lictl;'.& White 15-Oz. I'kg. 3 For 25c PEANUT BUTTER Bed £ White Sm«oth Grooud 16-.Oz. Jar 18° Whil« Kach 62° DESSERT " BAKING '• mv " E ", 1 !:,, & ^23 c CORN FLAKES Vi 15° TOMATO SOUP CRACKERS ™» MILK KRAUT ^ SALAD DRESSING -K 19" COCOA .u.B" - * «„ 3 Cans 25c Rod & While 2 Small or 1 Tall Can 5c VIENNA "SKISi CAKE FLOUR R. & w. ore - Pkg. Prices Good for Friday and Saturday, , ,, .OctoberJLand. 8 ., ...__^_L " -• -•- • ^^ -?m;~.mzsms®

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