The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 10, 1935 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 10, 1935
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JAtftfARY 10, 1955 Steele High School Auditorium Scene o[ Rites for Leading Citizen Mo.— Funeral services Wyley L. Davis, for years a ng citizen of tilts community, - held this' afternoon at the high school auditorium, Mr. Davis, who was 61 years old, died Tuesday night of pernicious anemia with which lie had been cohfliipd lo his bed (or 14 months. Officiating at ilie service this aftenicon were Rev. M. A. Massey, pastor of fiteeta'. Methodist cJiurch, Rev. J. B. Cunningham, pastor of the Baptist church, nnd Rev. W. M. Duncan, a retired minister. Interment was at ML Zlon cemetery. The honorary pallljearenj were W- O. Alexander, W. E. Wright, Ollle Story,, W. E. Taylor, Fred Holoman, Fred Kelley and T. W. Whltfield. The active, pallbearers were Supt. 0. E. Miller. T. A. Haggard, L. J. Woods, RalpJi Capps. Carl Hughes, S. B. Myranl and Williams Owens. Hower girls were Mary Prances Copeland, Helen Curry,' Dorothy Moore. Minnie Taylor, Mavis Henthcock. Dorothy Veager, Agatha Wright, Marie Glunton, Q'Bell McDanlel, Wnva Wells und Virginia Moore. .'•Mr. Davis was horn at Clifton, Term.: His mother died at his birth. At the age of H lie ran away from home and In 1891 came to Sanford, Mo. In early you tii he. worked on a- farm near Steele and later .was , engaged in levee bnlld- •Irig -in tjh,!s civinlly. "He became a timber dealer and for the last 25 yeors .was active In both public qnd private affairs. He was postmaster at Sanford for 12 years, a justice of the peace for six years and since 1924 .was public administrator of Pemlscot co\mty. He was president of the Steele .school district, for 2f> years preceding his death. • . '. Mr. Davis was married In 1887 to Miss,. Anna Sanford, daughter of John A. Sanford, of 'Sanford, Mo. She died in 1908, leaving four children, Virgil, now of Canitli- ersvllle, DelmeV J., of Steele, Alva H., of Bragg City, and Mrs. Gladys .Collins, of Steele. .In. 1909 Mr. Davis married Mrs. .Nannie Griffin Campbell, v.'ho survives him. Her three children by her previous marriage, Luda", ' Bailey and Cecil, all 'live at Hteele. Fred L KeUey Heads V. F. W. Post at Steel .(ASK.)'.'COUMSR Swastikas Show ''Tommies" Sympathies of Saar "".'~-"Vf^ --•—. . -— --- *. -. .. - -. When lhr> mfUn tocly of nrlllsh u-norw assigned in n<sisl in Snnr fonsln durlujr the plebiscite on ,lamiary"l3 mni-rhr-d Into Urn nrcn's was Immediately apparent lo all. The ' Tonmila ,„„.„,„ „„,,,: „ the innlir sweet, of the city nmid n profii-a display of Nazi swastika flags. ,nr imr-rnMlmnl Blmy Io , IO , lce the Saarbrucken, il l(! Hlllnlb- Icanln", o «re pictured above marching flora On Maiden Flight As Airmail Pilot STEELE, Mo.—Pred U Kelley wa. electe<Tco>nmander of Goff-3outh " ?jj? P* 1 f^i^yefciravjs .of Fof- Sgn -f'JNats, ..'at "an 'organization ni^eUrif. b£re« atr.-which • 24 charts members..,werei enrolled. ' J I'.OOipr,bfliccrs"are Clarence c. Cc- ctl.'.'jsentor; yl'ce'-commauder; Dr. .J : V;-.. Moore,-; Juri.for • vice-commander Mnj.:".Ffed jKelley,. ( t iiartermaster W. ;B. yttle, .adjutant; John Ger man; _ c hajlaiii. and, John L.. Me 'C.ol)um. ; uiUL-'.BeU' Burden, trustees • yAVmembershlp of 100 is the goa or-the. post for 1935. Members present, at (lie. first meeting we're Free .U: Kelley^jolliv B: Burden, Wesley .D:-_jTh'piiiaSi; Albert. Reed, Clarence • C.^Cecjl, George- W: Wicker, Ozel lyid/ord,:. 1 John German.. Everett ; \ypplbright,'; .John, ,L McCoHnm :Ma-J. Pred;Kelley, Albert J..Dupeck TiceK. Bain; l/ouisFrazler O w fi??,"-' Dr ' J ' v - Mo °. re - Vfrfli Wells, Lin Goocle, n. A. Calllus, am W. B: Little. oUiers w lio have paii ones _ but-were.unable to attend lb= meeting were Bob Soulhern, Arnolc Seyf-rn,. • fiiithfr Ellison and .'*.'. P Braggadocio News Mr: and Mrs. Lofton Hays entertained Thursday nfght with a surprise party for Miss Esther Ingrnm of Trentou, ,Tenn.,, niece or Mr Hays. Among those present were Misses, Bubye Moore, Mary Hiitl May, Nona Davis, Roberta Denton Sylvia and Nina Huckaba. and Vi ola Bennett, nd cleo Fretwell, Myl's Thomceori, Clinton Gallaher. ijus- sell Moore, Mclvin nnd Howard Mc- Mackias, and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Clayton. ^T. o. Lewis, M. B. Lewis, Al cur' »nd Jess ChiWers left, Pridny Th" 5 !, Mary Rukh Moore "' wllh MLss Rllbyc ' M ™- E'hfl P.IVIS and daughter Nova |,,,i ns lhfelr ,_, Sl » ml , iv., P* «"" Mra ' Fre<1 Woo( l. of D6«,ng, Mr. and A (rs , M att he« Scott and son, ji Bgs H and \r r . and Mrs e und children. 0 | "pa The boys and girls bpskelball teams played tli e Holcomb team, m Holcomb Friday ntglH, Tli» score for'llM girls game was 22-23' and Sl«|j Oetllng Up Nlgbls To harmlessly flush poisons and acid from kidneys and correct Irritation of bladder so that you can tlop "getting \ip nights" get a 35 cant package of Gold Medal Itnar- lem Oil Capsules and take as directed. Other symptoms of kidney and bladder weaknesses are scant, burning or smarting passage— backache—leg cramps—putty eyes. --Adv. J Hope's Helen fliehej, nil'dolled nil In her uniform when Bbe took off on her maiden trip as the drat feminine air mall pilot and tlie .only wo/nau coni'merctal airlines ; pilot in the United Stales.-' MIsa llUchey la co-holder ot Die women's endurance refueling record, the boys score was •10-2!), in favor of Holcomb. Mrs. J. F. Bennett and daughter. Viola, Mrs. Bennett's sister,Mrs. Cunningham, sjicnt Sunday in Wy- atl. Mo., as guests of J. F. Bennett. Still Goin» Strong HIWATHA, Kan. (UP) — When other drivers are having trouble with ttieir new model automobiles. Mrs. Regina Chaniberlan, gets out her 1918 model car dally for a trip to town The average family pays (lie .lector $75 annually. YoiHi<r ]\ b o . (lonjing To Rit/, Theatre Friday ; j Some of tlie best known tricte perfected by stage magicians will be performed by Birch, heralded us America's foremost young magician, in a special show at the Ritz Theater 1-Viday night. The Birch show is Knid U> be one - of the largest magic shows that has ever toured this country. Tqiiipinent, fit lings, scenery and effects valued in excess of $25,000 ire carried and will be seen ut the local performance. One of the most interesting illusion; is that of the Vanishing Pony, in which Princess. , a'" bea'utful m'friiatiirc horse, Is caused to disappear While- "•iispended. in mid-air. The current-tour is Birch's fourteenth animal one nnd he is ntded oy an -experienced and talented company.. Heading the Birch'staff ol assisting artists is Mabel Sperry, hailed as the world's greatest! eirl xylophonist, who-uivcs a mmi- iff of brilliant solos Steele-Cooter Society — Personal An -impressive ceremony W ,, B held nt the I. O. O. F. lodge Monday night when the fnllowhur of- icei-s were Installed: Wheeler Heathcoclc, Noble Grand; Wallace McCollum, Vice Noble . aran'tl• 0 V. Wells, Secretary: .). R. M,,r- gnn, Trenstirer. A number of friends tnd rcla- live.s attendee! the dinner given in wlcbrtitkm of the 50lh wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. H. C Lamb Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lamb came to this county twenty-six years ago, nnd have tiiken active parts in the development, of the country. Anyone Lose 3 Kiiigcrs? PRINCETON, w. Vn. (UP)-The police department wishes that the man who lost three fingers here would call for them. David John son, who found the three fu! fingers In his chicken yard, mm cd them over to police. Read Courier News Want Ads Is This Too Good Your Cough? Crepmulsloh may be a bette help; than "you need. It cbmblni: Eeveiv help.5 in one. It i-, made fo quick 'relief, for safety..-Mild • coughs often yield to helps. No otic can tell. No on knows which factor will, do mo; for any certain cough. So carefu people, more nnd more, are \Kln> Creomulslon (or anv cough Ilia starts. • ' The"cost is n ,little more Ihni n single, help. But your druggis is authorized to guarantee It st it cosls nothing Ir it fails I bring yon , n iirk relief. Coughs tir danger signals. For safety's saV( deal with Ihpm hj n, 0 besf wm known. '.-Art* DR. N. L. CISSELL ORAWIATK VF.TERINAHTAN I.ocnled nt Uob Harris' ailes stable Phone -ICO HlyUierlllc, Arlc. HERE'S A SENSIBLE LONCH TIME DRINK I Dont make your digestive system do double duty hy drinling 3 |, MV y bc«r *", rfte.te h '9^,1 **!9 h" — than tens not containing Indi Tea. SALE OF SHIRTS Beautiful Patterns-all colors, and sleeve lengths $1 - 65 $135 Values Choice 3 for $4 HUDSON Clothier-Cleaner-Tailor PAGE THBEh PIGGLY WIGGLY PRICES FOK_FR10AY AND-HATURDA V DRESSED HENS BOLOfiNA and FRANKS, Pound — v>^^B^BMBVI^Hi Spareribs I'Vcsli- i'm'ni'd' B«B OAI.K, Pound 2ft. HKKK, Pound ujj/ iC PORK, Pcinnd v'/ji- ^^•••^••m Kraut •••MMMBra Mince VBHHWHMMM^MI^HUB SLICED New' llnik ni.-iiiiiy Ailllfil Roast •Thick Rib, Ib.. . ISc Brisket, Ib.. . . 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