The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 13, 1932 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 13, 1932
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V.f THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1982 BLYTHEV1LLE, (ARK.) COURIER KEW8 PACE THREE ductlve but unworkable and disastrous theories of government". He warned that the "menace is doubled by the fact that these vain allurements are today being cfTered lo our harrasscd people by men of public reputation In economics and even by men in public life." Osceola Society— Personal 1 OPIUM President' Hoover Makes No Address at Washing] Ion Ceremony Today. WASHINGTON, Oct. 13 (UP) —I . • ( HI 1 .'tfcre a distinguished assemblage [ 'CVVlCeS iOl" UlCl Mrs 0 . „. ,.„.„„„„ „,. ., _. - ,, i °< OsCCOla Will DC Held -. isllin? relatives In Memphis to: officials and diplomats. I ! lhc t fcw (lays Prtsitfeiit Hoover today laid lliej 1 omOlTOW. I Mrs. Hale Jackson had as he guesls over the week-end Mlssj I'cfcre a - i'-ading American and foreign ~ ' ' and diplomats, today laid the of the supreme court's -r-v-~sio"coCOCO white marble home huge three ana one half I Mrs. Hale Jackson nnd Mrs. 1C. J, Lowrnnc'e, Jr.. shopped In I Memphis . Wednesday. ! Mr. nnd Mrs. O. 15. Segraves, their children, Allen and Mnry Virginia, and Marion Cromcr spent Sunday In Memphis, where they visited Richard Croiner, who has fccen seriously ill following n mas- I told operation at Bapiist hos- I ilinl. They were accompanied •hcme by Mr= - Segraves mo'.hcr Mrs. S. A. Pulliam, who has beer OSCEOLA, Ark., Oct. 13.— Funer- j virgle Elrod and Annie 1 Ruth Cot: ... ,al services (or Mrs. Susie Feezcr. . O f Memphis. containing a |55. W ho died at her home here TUM- Mrs , j 0 )m White Is in Littl ' ' 1 3ay night, will be conducted soms Rock for n week's visit with he Arrangements are not daughicr, Mrs. Gco. Adams an The ... . -,.n marble block r ; r,lkcl!cn of records that may dis- _^ c;csc to a future age the develop-I limc cnt of the law in 1932, was lai< J, il(!l complete pending the arrival ,ji r °Adams. She accompanied Mrs Hoavcv 'after speeches j )f a £011j cilarll . s FcczQI , W ho Is j Marjnret Hale and Mrs. Cha jxpccicd some time tomorrow from I shontz as far as Little '" his home in Boulder City. Nevada. on their way Sunday' to H' Mrs. Feezor had been a resident springs where thiry will visit I-.- cH'if Justice Hughes and Johi W. Davis, termer Democratic prcs Idcntial ;.Ir. Hocver made no address 'lie nemnonips. Introduced by president Guv Thompson of thi American Bar association, Mr Hoovfv bowed to the assemblagi an'J laid a Ircwel full of mortar on ihe base of . the cornerstone, j and «a.s Trr : band played The Star Spang- Fcezor. }pil Bnnrrr. Mr. Hoover sliook I yronza; James Edward Ohavers id Miss Carrie May Crlswell, oth of Wilson; Joe Williams and llss Halllo Allen, both of Etewah; ernle Sherrod and Miss Mildred ostlck of Manila; James E. tennedy of Kelser and Miss Clara !ay Yalcs of Blylhevllle; Dudley and Miss Lavella Klsslcr McMeans of f Luxora; <eiser and f Wayncsboro. Tcnn.; K. C. Arnetl Will Keep Lake City Bridie on U. S, Program - JONE6BORO, Ark,— That the federal bure»u «f roads will not rlinugc Its program submitted to the Arkansas slate highway com- imsston, which incluues the new S23U.OOO bridge at City over . . Miss Mamie Austin n w m ; Brands river on highway nd Miss eola. Ilulsey of Os- Lux ora Mrs. G. A. George and family number 18; $19,000 uradlnx of [iroscl'.es to Die bridge unit concrete MII racing; uml n new SIU.CKW Iocs lion west of Jonesboro; bcslikvi the $108.81(1 conerelc Highway between JoiK'.sboro mid Uouo, is IndlciiuKl Oj » tvleurani sent to C. J. Ciliaijln ol tlie local chnmber of commerce b! Unlle<l States Soiralor Hutllc W • Cnrnwuy ot Arkansas. I Tlic tckgrnm read: Bureau o roads conlfinplutes n In program nixmi bridge ux had as their guests Monday Mu. . ct .|,. suvlng 111 construction ' George's brother. John Slilbley and family of New Madrid, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Harry otanlord mo leacral bureau recently out lined a program for road tlon in Arkansas which will be ac hnvc niinoiinced I he birth of tin 11- I coinpllslwd through federal fund pound son, born Saturday morning. I ci-nlghi-ad comity was to receh u> '\v S">iloi> pv.l E. S\vnvlZ lwo )ro octs ut Jonesboro nnd cl t yi but Hie recommend* in on at CrawfordsvlUc, Mo., i;os tiii'iy. Uions made by tlie state Mr. aiid Mrs. Jack Majors nn'J | commission to the fc'iteral •>f Osccola for 53 years. She was born in Terre Haute, Ind., Nov. (cV days with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Monler and Mrs. Mary Kule. 1867. and moved here with her urs. Godfrey Wliitj and bmall rarents at the age of 12 yeari. She daughter, Anne Conway. spent XRS fust married to Edward Mas-1 Tuesday al'.crnoon with friends ^in tin, who died about 35 years aw, J uiyilicville. later married to J. H. ' Surviving are seven children. G. hanrts with Thompson and Chief • E. Mastin. local garage owner, Mrs. Jrs'ice Huphes and returned im-! Laura Hoclgers, Mrs. C. J. McGce and Mrs. T. "P. 'Napper live her? 10 the White House. Rain fell intermittently during the ceremonies. *T? A trafiic accident in which" a man was perhaps fatally injured o-curred on Pennsylvania avenue totlav almrst directly in tile path of the automobile procession bearing President Hoover and his party t? the ceremonv. An ambulance arrived Just as the president's parly passed. Mrs. Frank Williams of Little Rock spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Williams. She was accompanied home by her Mrs. C. D. Woods visited 111 Jonesboro Sunday. Charlie Rillhvgsley, who Is at- i (ending A. and M. college at Jonesboro. spent the week-end with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charlis Blllingsley. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Paiwll and children and Mr. and Mrs. W. nurci left, out one of the Jonesboro am the two Luke Cny pruji'm. Denton News Mrs. Georgia Henley six'tu Su day with Mrs. Faunie Miss Dorrls Lester spent Bund willi Miss Marie Purncll. Hits "False Prophets" WASHINGTON—President Hoover's arraignment of false prophets nf a millenium in his bar association address last night, well as his'warning lhat "our very form of government is on Irial," indicated he will continue to carry on his campaign for re-election J. E. Fcezor lives at Carbondalc, III., Charles Feezor at Boulder City. Nev., and the whereabouts of Steve Jr., attended Masthi, another son, are unknown to the family, who were making arrangements last night to broadcast a radio announcement of his mo- Iher's death in t'ne hope of reaching him. Mrs. I-'eezor was a member of the Baptist church and funeral services wiU be conducted by Ihe Rev. C. E. Welch, pastor of the church, here. Her death Tuesday night came as a direct result of a wound caused by a nail which she stuck in her foot while walitng about her yard last Friday. She had been in ill health for many months and her resistance was so -lowered by the small son, Frank. Jr., who has been visiting his grandparents here. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lowrance, Crlmslcy and dtuigliler of Mem- j Mr. and Mrs. Clell Green spe phis were'.guests of M':s. Alvin [ Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. Wunderlich 'and family Sunday. "•-••> Misses Dixie Howard, Meredith Graham. Pauline Sealon. nnd Chavie Scotl. visited in Dlytlieville Sun- dinner dance wilh appeals against "radicalism". The interests of the people "often in history", the president told the American Bar association convention in his Constitution hall fddress, have been betrayed by " prophets" who offered "se- illncss that was unable to withstand the added complication of a wound, physicians sail The first practical attempt at electrical eookerv was made in England during 18M. ji,i, lay. the Peabody Hotel In Memphis Friday night. Frank Wilson, small son of Mr. arid Mrs: Roy Wilson, has returned to school at Aike'n, S. C. He was accompanied as far as Memphis Saturday by Mr. and Mn> Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Hale Jackson wil attend the Arkansas University- Baylor University football game In Little Rock Friday. Miss Cartherine Harwell Joined Miss Nan Warren of Tyronza In Memphis for the week-end. Bennie Deason and Miss Ell Belle BuJord, bath of River Ree Tenn., were married here, Justice C. C. Danehower performing th ceremony. Marriage licenses were issued Irom the county, court clerk's of- llce over'the week-end to the following couples: Ermon Oswalt and Miss Lora Bell Pound, both of Read Courier News Want Adi 10 DAY SPECIAL SALE Beginning!; Friday. Oct. 14th. COAT/ Publics thai play a Innllng role In Fashion. Beautifully Furred— Wolf, Skunk, Pilch, Fox and Mink Furs. Dress mid Spoil Styles. ' AUo Polo Coats. SI2.7R vtiluw $9.lir. $14.75 vftlues $10.75 $19.9r> values $]ti.7!> $29.75 values 82.1.75 tH5.(H) values $29.75 HAT/ Ueiiutlful aBsorlmcnt cl Chalk French Fur and Antelope Felts, Kjiecliilly pi Iced $1.00 to $.'1.95 Mrs. Phillip George nud daugh- er' motored to Carulhersvlll,e Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Galycan and daughter Mildred were guests .of their daughter. Mrs. J. N. Talley ami family of Memphis Sunday. Miss Mildred will remain for a lew- days visit wilh her sislcr. Mcsdames J. N. Hunt and Alvin Wunderllch visited In Memphis Tuesday. • - • Miss Mattti; Poison of Memphis was the guest of Miss Floy Vollmer Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Worsley transacted business i" Blythcvllle Monday. Miss. Louise Palmer, formerly of Burdette, will be a studcnl at Ihe Luxora school this year. She will stay wilh her aunt. Mrs. Joe Mil- Wright. Mrs. J. H. Longacr-e sp:nt Sun day afternoon with her inllhcr Mrs. J. E. Barley. Miss Georgia Lawsoit of cottonwood was tile guest of Miss Marie Parnell Sunday afternoon. Charles Waller and Miss Esfher Dobbs were quietly married-Saturday. They will make their home al Denton. A large crowd from Cnrulhers- vllle attended the ball game here Sunday. Misses Lloyd Dunn and Audrey Cowell were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Woodv^ard .Saturday night. MONROE, Mich. (UP) —Jsmei Walling Martin, who helped bury Wild Bill Hlckok, notorious figure of the old West. 54 years ago. -was burled himself recently. Martin who ottcn entcrlalned his friends with stories of Calamity Jane. Wild Bill's companion, died .al 82 He came rere .40 years ago after spending a number of years In thf .,mck Hills. ! 'ifB ' Vcrnon, Sport Town Frocks and other ntnndard brands of drcwcs In Crepe:;, Velvets nr.d Light Weight Woolens and Knltled Novelties. $H,95 values $5.115 $10.00 values SS.75 $12.75 vulucs $9.1)5 Sl«.75 vulues *U.75 31-En-Tiffick Arch Bup- lioi-L Shoea — Pumps, Stvaiw, Tics, Cuban and Lois' Heels, AAAA to RKK, si/es II'/a to 9. $•1.00 unrl $5.00 Properly Kitted. All $5 Sticdu Shoes ?4.00 All $4 Suede Shoes |3.60 Pumps and Ties • AAA to B. NEW ECONOMY SHOP , Ingram Bldg. Phone 954.W v,- -' "",/"<"' /IxfS i f f v -. ,''< '• -'' ,-'x • '^,"J>>'; ; : ' >'*'/'/*' ','-'",<'\,'t -'T: ^ ' I t' f* \ 4< <•* ,"/ * , '*, -5 /- RIDE 'EM, COWBOY "NaturcintheRau)"— -osexptased in the famous rodeo cry; inspired by the picture in the July issueof the National Geographic Magazine taken at the Ski Hi Stampede, Monte Vista, Cotorado/'Naiureitt the Raw is Seldom Mild"—and raw tobaccos have no place inctgarette*. No raw tobaccos in Luckies - that's ^ry they're REDS WHITE Save Without Skimping Quality •••" • : ' ^'•n i'iitj "\'• 'tJfedV'-S'pjtfcfei'ill. • :1 P.^' t pIrP:'Extra: Choice,- -Rloe' Ros<?. 1QC -.'••'..(••': ;'''''•"'•;'•• '..''•: '•••~t?':-! .' ; :'.' '- ••' '• 1 ' •' •''• •'• "; •••'.:'•"•''••",'-".' •'' ' "•'••'.'•'••" • ''-, Large Nb. • Z 1-2 Can Sliced ur Crushed Each "W7E 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. "It's toasted" That p»ckig« of mM Ucjdg H. & \V. With Glassware 1 (K LKC. M-Oz. I'ltg. 2 for It? rp'-ip'- '*• & w> c ° iinir >' Geniic -10^ LU'iU'i num. 2 Cans, Only U RRAW DtlAll '-AKKS R. & W. Full 10-0z.:pkg. 2 for Try This With Sliced Bananas Red & White. Vegetable 1QC 2 Cans 15 MEAT R. & W. 1QC Pure Meat. 5 Cans li/ VIENNA SAIISACE "ili 19° SARDINES Laundry Soap White ^r Ycltow 5 Large. Bars 19c I5KANS Rcd - p ions in Chile, 2 Cans BEANS .StHrigless. 1Q C Nice, Tender. 2 Cans 10 PEACHES New crop ?L£ 19 l "Makes Deliciows Frlert IM«" PANCAKE PI S ft My! What Good Hot Cakes! BAKING 19 SANDWICH •TT/nS if Prices Good for Friday and Saturday, October 14 aM 15

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