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PACK nro BLYTHEVILIjj,_ (AflEi) COURIER NEWS J MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1932!, Hf.ilth Irsntclors Dropped PHILADELPHIA, (UP)—Because of lack of funds, 13. physicians !n the Department of Public Health have been dropped, leaving only 20 to handle all health Inspections in the city. Society Calcnda) ... Twsday , Tuesday Contract club with Mrs. Hwfy Klrtif. . . ;W. M. V.'s of First ipd Second Baptist churches entertaining county Institute at First church Iw ill day puetihf. • Wntowday 1 Mrs, Famsworth Black having Weanesday Bridge club. New Wednesday Bridge club with. Mrs. Rlley B. Jones: Wbmeri of Church of Christ meeting with Mrs. Paul Grimes tfor Bible, study. . : P. E, 6. Jjunclwon at i p. m. Tilth : Mrs. W. W. Holllpcter. Central Ward P. T. A. .executive' board meeting at school at 3:30' P. M. ... Junior High, P. TV A. al 3 P. M. Thqrsd»jr ' Mrs. O. P. Moss having Midweek club. The U. D. 0. will meet with Mrs. J. W. Bader at 2:30 o'clock. Friday American Legion Auxiliary meeting wiih Mrs. O. W. McCutchen. Girl Sco«ts Name Girt Scouts of troop B have elected' these officers for tlic new ye»r:. Patty Shane, chairman; Jane Branson,- scribe; Burnelle arid Eeu'lah Belie Bradley, reporters. •In., the Pine Cone patrol .these •ire -the View officers: Mildred Lou Hubbard, chairman; Virginia Mar- tfo-scribe; Mary Elizabeth Boriirn, reporter. . * * • Club' Entertained. • iThe Friday Night club,- riiade up of .young girls who meet each week for a bridge dinner, was entertained last week by Misses Beuiah Belle .and Burnelle Bradley... Miss Constance. Bush Paragoulrt, house guest of Ml£ Patty Shane, was the only guest. Dinner was served at one table which had a centerpiece of mixed autumn flowers. liter In the bridge games a cuticle set was awarded Miss Jane Branson for the high score prlbe. Members of the club are Misses Jane Branson; Burnelle and Bcu- lah Belle Bradley, Patty Shane, Sitrtha . Ami Lynch, Mildred Lou Hubbard, Virginia 'Martin arid Mairy Elizabeth' :Borum, . • . . ,*..-.• BrUe I* Gtten A Hutterthtef ShVwer. •Mrs. Matt MomlgHa'rv Jr., 'eh'fcr- Ulned flye tables:, .of bridge players 'Saturday afternoon /especially . Here.-ls;UUle Joan del Vnlla who has beerr.fldoptcd by her aunt, Lupe Velez, the movie stor. But movie fans needn't exjsct to sec Jonn In the films, for LutK has announced that her adopted daughter, only Is. too young to be an actress. Osceola Society— Personal Mrs. Carnegie Returns to U. S. TIw Wilson Cooperative Club opened Its yenr with u cotton festival Thursday nfternoon. The spacious rooms of the community house were transformed into a cotton Held with rows of cotton In the foreground and to the rear nn Improvised thron? of baled cotton on which sat King r*tton and his micen. Mrs. Milton Shelby posed (is King Cotton with Miss Casslc Clayton us queen. The queen's ut- tenrtants wjre Mlssr-s Edith Milll- can and Juanita Grcer. The program opened with the assembly .singing of Dixie and this was followed by ft high school quartette composed of Polly Beall, Dlllle Frnzbr, Jewell Counts and Ray Mann, who were Mucked nnd dressed lo Impersonate southern darkles ami who sang "Old Blnck Joe" nnd other southern favorites <is they trailed long cotton sacks down lliu rows of cotton nnd picked the open bolls. There wits a pause In th2 program for u memorial tribute to Hcv. W. F. lilevins, pastor of the Methodist church It Wilson, wno died of 'pneumonia in a Memphis hospital Wednesday and for whom funeral services were conducted in Wilson Saturday. The tribute wns p.iid by Rev. Paul Galloway. Methodist pastor al Joiner nnd K;is=r. won the attendance banner. Trie next meeting will be held cgnmUmenting a jjj. jj^ Mrs croft TSrry. who', wss before her marriage, .Miss Mary Rohey. Mixed bouquets : bf autumn floi'- /ers'de:ora ted the living room, in it Wllion the second Sunday in January. ..For the program Miss Liinn B. Wlltiolm spoke on "What tlic Junior and Intermediate Groups Mean to the Church." Miss Kath- irliia Walpole played a piano number and a vocal duet was given by Miss Pauline Spradley and Pauline bailey. + * + Catholic School To Give A Pliy . '.The.. _ school/ of the church of '.he Immaculate : Conception will irc'sont'' i "ptay fbnigtit, ,8 o'clock, iit ' the socinl hall for the benefit Admission will be the bridge wlri won e garr -the James.Mrs. J. A. Bald- high tcore prize._a ijrSented bowl. cigarette bo*, sitond high, Tsii trays, was won ,by Mrs, Champ Klmberrian qf 'Vest Plains, Mo., guest of Miss !}aiel Hardln, and cards, awarded, to Mrs. Chester Caldwell, was for low score She Mrs. Terry a pewtfer .The bride, received handkerchief E Ircm all ' the guests. The hostess served a plate lunch of chiclten salad, hot rolls, pickles, ice box cookies and coffee , CilKSt. • , Mis Johnnie Belle Danehower o! Osceola, liouseguest of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Shaver ovjr the week-end was the guest of honor for a Bunco party Friday evening given by Mrs Shaver. Among the four tables of playr Mrs. Kddte B. David won first honors, hosiery, a sport handkerchief went to Miss Willie A. Lawson foi low score, perfume, the cut prize was received by Miss L-.iIa Scoit and tke "traveling" prize, a suorl Karfj..was awarded Miss Lilliin Shaver. Sandwiches, cake topped with whipped cream, and hot chocolate »'as served. if the school. !5 cents. • Business Womcri Will fitre Spaghetti Sapper. Members of (lie Business' and 'rofesslonal Women's clnb will •.ave a spaghetti sup'pcr this cv- riing at the doff Hotel with a ocial hour following. Spaghetti vlll be-served at 6:30 o'clock. * -» • Bible Ciiss M«ls. Mrs. Wya'tt Henley was hostess lo the Ladies Bible clriss of the First Methodist church Friday evening for the monthly meeting. Mrs. R. A..Neal presided hi ihe business session niia later Iherc were games. Refreshments wer; served the members nhti a guesl, the Rev. P. Q. Rode. -* * ? »ir!hd?j- Tarty Given. Misses Lucile Dawson nnd Mar- •aret Crincr were hostesses lo '. birthday party Saturday night it the home of Miss Dawson. Cards and dancing entertainer! he guests Srirt Inter refreshments verc served. The girjs remained for n slumber :arty nnd yesterday morning n A feature of Ihe meeting wi\s cotton dress pnrads nnd contest U which 50'women of the Community nnd 25 high school girls were entered, each wearing home marie cotton dressed constructed nt n nominal cost. Miss Gwendolyn Orccr won the prize offered In the high school contest for tlic prettiest and mosi appropriate dress. In the ticiilt clnss Mrs. N. B. Ellis nnd Mrs. J. C. Perkins won prizes for the prettiest dressss, their cost considered, and Mrs. Jos- sle Colts was awarded n pri*: foi Ihe ehcnpcsl dress, which cosl jtisl three cents, the bargain price of a spool of thread. Mrs. Colts' dress was made oi flour sncks dyed brown with urecr walnut stain, with collar and cuffb of undyed sacks and buttons 1 which Mrs. Colts had carved from a piece of cypress wood, plercjng holes In them with an lea plok. The club room wns decorntci with bowls nrid , vases of cotton there was a wall display cf 11:2 vn rlous grades and staples of cot ton nnd the club room fumltuf was covered with cotton quilt many of them heirlooms. One qui 1 . the property of Mrs. Ferguson, wa 104 years old. The lea table had for its cenlcr- piece Ihe "Cnb.in in the Cotton." and was also decorated with op;n bolls and with miniature bales, which were given ns fnvors. Mr. R. Here's', an'unusual picture of .a wo- Bits oj Nei£s Mostly Personal Stolen Oars Decrease PHILADELPHIA (UP)—One of the most substantial decreases in the number of cars stolen In Philadelphia was registered in Sep tcmber. The decrease was more than 20 per cent. Dair Bombed in Farm Bob Barnes and W. iJ. Stovall are, at, Batesvllle, Ark., on a hunt- ] ing trip. | Dr. Carl Nies returned yesterday from Kirksville, Mo., where he attended a meeting of the Missouri Cisteopathic association. He was accompanied by Miss Althea Edwards, who underwent a minor nasal operation at the Laughlln Ostcopathlc hospital at Kirksville, and Mrs. J. P. Lent! who visited her brother at New Cambria, Mo. Mr. ami Mrs. John Gfitnes"iui"U children, Ira, Juanita and lino- gene, and Lucile Tyrone and brother, Elcuc, motored to Dyers- INTH'E DISTRICT COURT OP THE UNITED STATES FOR THE JONESBORO DIVISION OP THE EASTERN DISTRICT OP ARKANSAS In the Mutter cf Missouri State Life Insurance Co., and J. H. Singleton, Trustee, Plaintiffs, vs. Solomon E. Austin, ct al.. Defendants. NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE i s hereby given that Two bombs made this wreckage out of what had been the new 535,000 milk-receiving plant of the Co-Operative Milk As.sD::-.ition the undersigned, as Standing Mas- ln Burliiistcn. Wis. The five bombers kidnaped the watchman on duty at the plant, but released him a few miles from town. Firmer.! ter of the District Court o& the United States for the Joncsboro Division of the Eastern District! burg and Riplcy, Tenn., yesterday. 1 o[ Arkansas, acting under am! ny man who's -seldom 'photographed. Mrs. Virgil Greene and daughters. Misses Evelyn and Elizabeth, and Olcnn Chambers, spent yesterday In Paragould attending the air meet. Mr. ami Mrs. Victor Stllwetl and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gwyn were in Par.ieould yesterday for the air meet. Pad I.ofiln of Hot' Springs, is vlsltln? Ws mother. Clarence Vollmer has returned from a business trip to St. Louis. Mrs. Joe Watson, of Caruthersville, spent Saturday here with relatives. ~~ ' the -steel magnate and philanthrop- :ll ', st, is.shown:at the-rail of the S. i Mrs. Andrew Carnegie, widow of - Mrs - °- H - Rich and daughters, Mrs. Jack Morton, of LaGrange, Tonn., and Mrs. Albert Lowcry, •jf Chicago, have returned to La- arnnge after a visit with Dr. and Mrs. Hunter C. Sims. J. Nick Thomas, Jr., of Memphis, spent the week-end at homo. Mrs. Farnswovth Black. Mrs. W. J, Wuncierllch, Mrs. Clarence Vollmer and Mrs. James H. Bell are 'Aqultania as It brought her back to-this-country from Europe. Hospital Notes Patients admitted to the Bly- hcvllle hospital: Claude Hull, Bna- ctt; Mrs. Rachel Edwards, Hayti, \lo.; John McMyrs, Armorel; Mrs. Mary Smith, Holland, Mo. Dismissed: .ftick Hale, Blythevill';; Montana Crawford, Maplewood. Mo. in Memphis today. Miss Minnie Matthews has returned 16 Memphis where she will complete week. beauty course this Buffalo Meat at B.irbtcue Osceola. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Shaver had i as • their guest, for the week-end 1 Miss Johnnie Bell Danehower, of OBERLIN, Neb. (UP) — Roast jutfalo meat will bo a feature of the American Legion's Armistice 3ay celebration and barbecue here this year. • Dean Celebrates 19th Birthday ' PAYETTEVILLE. Ark. <UP) — Dean G. W. Drake, recently retired from (he-University of Arkansas faculty . after 30 years service, cclcb'rntcd his 19th birthday at- his homo . here. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Matins and sou, W. D., Jr., of Memphis spent tile week-end in the city as guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Barnett. M«dc dab The McDowell.Music "club was reorganized for the-year Saturday afternoon at the studio of Miss Mih- nle Lee Johcs. sponsor of the group. ihese officers were named: Loriht Rushing, president; Anita Joyce Bryeahs, vice president; Louis' Beckham,. secretary nnd treasurer Tn's club, which is federated with otjier.inustc .clubs of Arkansas, will meet Ibc". second Saturday of each month. The club song jj'as practiced ahd a review .given ol the past vsar 1 ' study course. . • rh = an ' 3 chocolate, to, the members and th«e guests: Misses C«liic Mao Duk- ahd Bonnie Lynn Ralcliff. * : 4 • . * t'cintj B. V. P. \j; Mepiken Meet Ken. Officers of IKe' Junior-Intermediate .Mississippi County B. Y. P. O.' Association, elected in' a meeting, at the ,'Second Baptist church, yesterday afternoon, were: Miss Kate Rogers, Blytheville Second .church,'president; Miss Gladys Dbzifer, Blythcville Second churcli, vice : president;, Miss Kath'r'ne Wilpole, Blytlwviile First church, secretary; Miss Jewel Counts, Wilton, treasurer; Miss Polly Beale.i Wilson, chorister; Miss Doris Counts, Wilson, pianist. There .were 85 members present from «l p»tts of-the .county. In tbe;c«»t«t for.efficiency the In- ttrfnWtite group of Dell ahd the junKir gtdup' ot the Blytlievllle ^Second church won banysrs. The *"' """ croup of 'Dell also hrec-comse bfenkfast menu wns erved at 0 o'clock. Beth hostesses received an in- cresting ,i££oflincnt of gifts. The girls present included Mises Dcmctra mid Beatrice OJrt- •aiii, Christine McGnnghcy. Cnlllc luth Bennett and Margaret 7riner. 1 * • Hsembly Program Given. The BA group ct the junior chool gave ah assembly program JrlCay.v ilh Miss Beatrice O!il- laifi ns chairman. These nuni- :crs were heard: piano duel, Mis<?s Geneva Graves nnrt Aniie Colins; dpbtite: "ncsolved That, the reachers Should Be Elected Sluden'ts 1 .' Miss Dorothy Robfrt- on and Colin Douglas, .ifrirmiitve: Miss Maiie Riggins and fcrnic'e "Brlster. negatiie; chorus nembers 'of the seventh guide inn- .ic class. The jirogram wns concluded witl '• P«p meeting for the junior liigl school football team. E. Lee Wilson was ft guest at the meeting. The hostesses were the following officers of Hie club: Mesdames R. E. Lee Wilson sr., D. N. Morris. Robert Roach, C. W. Ferguson, J. R. Gideon, H. I,, Sullivan nnd J. A. Merrill. Little Miss Martha Ann Burch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Burch, celebrated her Isnlh birlh- iy witli nn afternoan party io liich 22 children were invited. Harold Bryant won fusi prize and cnry Jiiiuts Swift second prize in bean guessing contest, which was ie of the most- entertaining ol umbers of games and contests aycci during the afternoon. Mar-ha Ann received many nice pres- its. Refreshments of sandwiches, hot locolatc and cake were served late the afternoon. Rush Verdicts to Save Mo'nry FALLS CITY. Neb. (UP) — T •ave expenses. Juries in Richard on county are returning vertl!t:l i few minutes before mealllm wd going home for meals, with 3Ut eating "off the county'. M«n Is First to Vole WEBSTEH, Mass. (UP)-Kcep ng np his reccrd of many years a :he first Webster voter to cast h heade openc ballot, James . E, Gaffncy the line when the poll's for the state primary. Huffman News Johnnie Webb ct l.?nox. TVnn iis here over (ho wefk-rnd will Trs. Webb, returning via Cotton "Ocd, Mo.. Sunday morning. Mrs. J. F. Smith and ttnunhlo 1 Blythevillc called en frirntls" her lie first of the week. Miss Minnie V. Kiwll l:ns bee ibsent frcm school tlie pnst tw vcrks due to sickiu-s?. Mrs. R. H. Green anrt sons an Ir.s. F. Moore were Suniay din ier xue-sts of relatives In Co-jte lo. Mesdames U. M. Huriaib. an Winnie Hardln icft. Thursdiy mon "g 'for their hcme in Msmnhi; a" tcr several days slay her: wit Mrs. Emma Pccry. Miss Verdic Brewer was the Tits day night guest, of Mrs. Ernf Rast. Hulon Holmes was here for l:ort visiv WcdnesdBy atlernoon. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Huffnia and Mrs. Chestor Calrtwoll ai children, all of Blylhrvllle. c.ill on friends and relatives her: Ttuir day aflcrnoon. Aged Pioneer Dies LONG PINE, Neb. (Ul'l—W. C. cNamnra, 82, a pioneer rancher, ed hei\; recently. He \vns the glnecr who supervised placing nil the pilings at Hie Chicago orld's Fair. ". Girls Outnumber Boys WARRANSBURG, Mo. (UP) — icre are two girls for every boy Central Missouri Stale Tench- 's' College here tin's fall. There re 010 students, in all. Old Ironsides May Make Visit YORK/TOWN, Vn. (UP) — Old ronsldes. the U. S. S. Constitu- 011. the most famous ship alloat lay come to Virginia ngcxin Tor le 151st anniversary of (he sur- cndcr of Lord Cornwallis. Oct. 10 Mr, and Mrs. J. T. Hall have as their guests Mrs. Hall's sister, Miss Ethel Emerson, of Hernando,. Miss. .••Dr. P. B. Elliott and daughters, Irs. 6am Manatt nnd Miss Alerta Elliott, and son, Ben, and am Manatt, Jr., have returned om a week's motor trip to Viv- nn, La., and Texarkana. R. N. Ware, Jr., accompanied Dy Valtcr Stenbo, cf Chicago, left ere today for a ten days tour f Missouri ami Arkansas. Mrs. Floyd White and two sons pent the week-end in Paragoulrt vith Mrs. White's mother, having one. over especially for the air nect. Mrs. Victor Bray and son. Chap- lie, spent the week-end with Mrs. iray's grandmother p.t Union Cit Tenn. Mrs. Arthur L. Oliver, of St -outs, will nrrlvc Wednesday to be the houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. James B. Clark at their country home. Mrs. Oliver, formerly Miss ^fary Roberts, lived al Caruthersville for a number of years. virtue of the authority of a decree rendered by said court on the 20th day of September, 193;;, in a cause pending therein, wherein Missouri State Life lasurance Company and J. H. Singleton, Trustee, are plaintiffs, and Solomon E. Austin, I-izzie Austin, B. A. Lynch, Trustee, H. A. Kleban aud M. Matz are the defendants, will on the 5th day of November, 1932, between the hours of Ten A, M. and Three o'clock P. M., at the South entrance of the Court House In the City of Blythcville, Arkansas, offer for sale to the highest bidder upon a credit ol three months, Hie following describe! 1 real estate locate;! in the Chicfca- awba District of Mississippi coun- 'y, Arkansas, to-wit: North twenty-eight acres (23) of the Southwest Quarter; anrt the South twenty-two acres (22) of the Northwest Quarter of Section Twenty-three (23), in Township fifteen U5> North, Range Ten (10) East, containing in all 50 acres, more or less. TKE purcnascr at, said sal:- will be required to execute a bond with security to be approved by the Standing Master, for the purchase price of said real estate, and a lien on said properly will be retained. Said sale will be made for the purpose of satisfying the judgment mentioned in said " decree, and is made subject to the in the vicinity had organizsd the association and built the plant in an effort to cut middlemen's profits by selling their milk to the Chicago Pure Milk Association. Saturday, October 22ncl, 1832, sell I iiulcbtedn^s due TDe Tennessee ^o the hic.'iest bidder, at the front, i Joint Stcck Land Bank fccribr-d J door of the Court House in tlic in and secured by derf of Intsiil City of lilythcville, Mississippi I U record in Bcol: "A-l", County, Arkansas, within the hours prescribed by law for judicial sales, the following descn'oeu real estate situated in the County of Mississippi and State of Arkansas, towit: •West Half of Nortucas; Quarter and E,isl Half if East Half cf NortliCKSt Quarter of Section 10; West Half of Northeast Quarter of Section Eleven; all in Township Fifteen North, Range Eleven East, containing 200 acres, more ur less. This sale will be made subject to such general and special taxes as remain unpaid at the time c( the sale and subject to the rights cf the receiver to gather and re- mcvc 1032 crops; and, as specifically directed in said decree, the sale will also be made subject to the unmattired portion of the cf the recci-ds of Mississippi County. Arkansas, al Rl'yfhcvilie, aincuntins to Ton Thousand, O:;a Hundred Ninety-two Bolter and Twenty-five Cents ($10,192.25) anrt 6% interest thereon frcm February 8th, 1832. j This Kile will be mads on -a credit of three months. Any pur- i chaser other than The Tennessee Joint Slock Land Bank wi':l tie required to execute a note with, personal endorsement to be ap : proved by me, and p. lien on the property sok! will be ictaincil to secure the payment cf said note in full. This October 1st., 1932. K. L. GAIHE3, • ' Ccninusoionet. 1-8-15 Blossoms Bloom in September PORTLAND. Me. (UP)—Apple tossotns blcbiuccl in rmd-Sc|)tein- er on the tann of Fred Furtnisl ere. Complexion Curse 5l;c Dxxislitsite was i-.ist untiK l.y * Iwn 1 ic c *\\c iihcnuxv—.^^•oiJ[ctH:cr llKlr.idrr. !l:it noort confirmation of the court. F. C. MULLINIX, Standing Master. R. B. McCulloch, Marrianna, Ark. Solicitor for Plaintiffs. 1-8-15-22 Read Ad.S NOTICE OF CO.IJMISSIONER'S SALE Notice is hereby given thai under a decree of the Chancery Court of Mississippi County, Arkansas, Chlcknsawba Districl, entered on the 20th day of April, 1032, in the case of The Tennessee Joint atcck Land linnk, ct al., vs. Clyde Robinson, et al.. No. 5088, as Commissioner appointed in said cause. I will on $10 REWARD FOR UKTIJESX 0 F STKAVEI) MIJI.ES 1 black horse mule. 1 vert horse m u I e. Weight about 1.000 L'.is. each. 13!-j liiiucls. Leslie Crabb HufTniiin, Ark. a co;xlitio:v. d izur.iss. Try Hi is and when it comes In Used Cars the wanl-ad columns of tli? Courier News can't be beat. If ysu v.-.inl prompt results phone 3(KJ. L .'nurior News Waul Arts kDTO-NICH l^\—,--»o"Wc «c> l inditcs- if t 111C" <J» itlt n:'^" 1 " •-;; ,-•;*— | UJVlb lion, hf.irlhum. OJy lOc. Read Courier News Want Ads VcUth- Has Mustache BOSTON (UP)-Vito Clrlello is only 15, but he lias « fuli-grown tnnitatlic. I!c \vns only M when the mustache received its present j Store, state of development. | W-G How German treatment Stops Constipation Acting on BOTH npiier anrt lower towel, the German remedy Adler- ika stops corutlpallcn, It brings out the poiscns which cause gas Heating and iiatl slcrp. City -Adv. Bennett's Pasteurized Milk Iflc Qt. Dclivorctl 1'honc 7-1 Bulgarian Buttermilk 15c Qt. Co tn Church Sunday. Are You Listening? Thanks to the response to our last weeks_:ul wu ciiti refer you to tho following wnll known Indies, opposite each Indies name we ;iro placing tlic name of the sweeper we overhauled for her. Ml<s C. N. Wilhite. Frcmior Duplex Mrs. C. C. Stevens. Hoaver Mrs. J. 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