The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 24, 1931 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 24, 1931
Page 3
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FRIDAY, A1'R1L_24, 1931_ KLYTHKV1L1.B. (AKK.1 COUIMER NEWS A New Oucon of the Atlantic 1 Gil] SUE! 25: G?.!liMs of "Evidence" Goes Inlo Sewer After Pa'-.'ey Acquittal. Twenty five Billions nf liriucr, uiu-luiii'.ert sine.-: found by police i in r. v.-osdshed between Lilly :uicl | f.o-'e streets lusi we;lc. were enn>-! I'''I in',o a |r:ilt-r near the clly Inil tbU trornin'i following a ses- j t:c:i of city cxnl in whit:!) police ! failed to jitovr LiUlur P.isicy own- I or of the. liquor. ' | Tlic usual police court crowd j lo"ked on n'tun^t liun-rily. as uffi- j c.:rs pcurcd the liquor into tlie. gutter, Kiul the pungent odor was ' ri!'i°<l alo;i>; by tte breeze, at- ! more o:ilojk^rs t-i c'ie i scene:' A n^gro caf.? employe was; dienchcd frcm fie wais>t up when | he jot too c-ose to His sscra ot op- rraik'r.s and was the tnnvl for the contents of one of the five five-gallon containers. | A clmsc of illegal possession imams'. P.isley was dismissed by llv'ccurl after the city' principal. witness apparently iutprised city counsel' wiih her testimony. Ex- i aminaticn revealed that the wit-' ness, Ala Brow:), held in Jail as a material city witness, had L-cen released o:> bond through ll'.c efforts, uf tlie defendant. ] Chester Joht^on. negro, was (in- rd $BO by Judge Gravclte after entering a plea of guilty to a ehatgc of trnnsixnting I'.onie brew. Johnson was anvsted i>y police while walkin? down Ash fctreet carrying a ulack bag. Or.-uliis Hie bag officers found a dozen bottles of eold jno:ne brew. ner'nard McAfee was fined five dollars on a charge- of spcoding. One man was nurd S25 for public drunkenness and another, S15. The^iin.t man cCfuiTd no defenr.ii to tl:c charge but entered n plea ol not auilty He apr.?aleJ the case. Trial cf Jo'.in B. Baker on n charge of trespassing was ordered ccntiiiued by tlie court. PAGE THRKi Chinese Republicans Ban Beauty Queen Title I'EIPI.N'CI. (UP)—Aider! Nat'.on-j •l< lia\v forbidden u Chui->.>;>, I. who won a Le.iuly rouh'Nt lo! il llu> title of "Qii.-"-.-!) of Hfiiii-' l in Is a republic ir^w. l!i? Nu- | Mf nrt:t:ed, and III: 1 litle ol ; n" should nul bs a.s.-vii:iud Ijy i nr.y |i;ilrlolk Chinese girl. Sn;-li a llili 1 . tr-.ey .s:ild. is suitable only in • ' countries. : With one exception all burn bcllcr the nlslor and dried tl'.ry me. Only the 'nsh makes bol- ter fuel when binned green. A prcud nev.'-coiiier to acjiiatic loyal circles, the u- r nl lin:r Kmprrss of Biitain Is shown here, her while luill Glrcm'»3 lu the sunlight, as rlic set out on a tr:a! 11.11 fi-,.m li r birthplace on the Clyde. England. The tiny Ins si tnj Icfl ;if,-es a viv;:l impression i>( the si?.- cf the hir;e ship, which Is 7SB feet long wllh a cross lonnnge cf -K.SOO. I:.: vn. ronstinal*.]? Tako K? — IIUURC't HEMEUT—tcnlgli r-ttfll:,ilJ. Enff. d'.l-vc-ioublo 1/i.Mii,'. You'll ffC) fine In U.I ^.^r.Ini:. l-njni]it!r iV^inlly lUj (In) ryjiU'in ft Ihu tevul iMifiovs tliat DavLs. James Alexander. f?o\- T^;- 1 ?- i dl?. Li'iituus JcneH. Chaih= I! 1 .-!-, n; 1 l.nstcr. Eiiii') J:m^, Vii-jil Alfalfa Arrrairi 1 Incrrisin-r i year C45 acr.s on a-tl farms were ftWHEUBT, M?SS.. CUT) — Mt:!i-| |:I.M!U(1 10 alftllftl. Is pradmtlly increas.n; FfnK.<-rl lister. Hin-j Jnu»s, Vii-jil , "nt-hUEetis Is praoiutny increas.n: • ShaneyfeH. Rnimt Hawkins an!'tis ulfiilfa acrt.isje. r.ccrrdin; lo Tl:e hippopotamus is one of (he finis Jo'ies. Teachers: r.\\-\ i<n-J ;:s i figures conipll 1 "1 by the Masis:hu- laigcst anliinils, often welsliln? and Cassie Caldwell l!nr!;^t!. '. ::. Us Aji:cuiUiral Colieje. Last il:rce or more Ions. Laxative l Pcraiscot County Agent :Wil! Have Year's Leave MO.— M. D. Ainburgey, who for tin past jlavc-- years has been county uxtensicn agent for Pem!s:ot ccunty, ins tia^ grantee! a sabbatic le.ive of ats?nce from'' his cilice h:ie lor one ynr bPBiniiing next September 1st. Tin? leave. v:ns grume.:! for his cc-.i'_:n my.l satisfactory service, in liis work in; this ciMnty airl pjvmfc therefor was secured frsin '-he U. S. i-DL-pavtmcnt of Asricnlt'.ire a. Wa'shiivjLun.' the Miisouvi CJllei? o; AgricnlUire at Columbia, anil lii: lociTl farm organisation, \vuicli is behind the county e.xtcinion oiTrjd Mr! Amburgcy s!at:s thai durina tills :i3avc lie v.-ill attcn.1 Missouri Uillveislty ani expects to B=t '-I? Master's dL'g.'ei :u asriculturc n?xi yea'r. He wants- to ' further liis UnowleciBe in scientific fanning, as lie expects t3 continue the kind of work : iie lias been doing. His \yifc \viil : also attend the state university,. expecting to take up wa:k ir hctne economics, nnd he .will mov: to; Columbia when his leave b;3hr and his chiiarcn will enter sch/x there. Half Moon School Oi\r schcxjl and its patrons arc very'proud of the loving cup \voi on' auditorium events at tlie Osce- o!a 'tournament. We wish to thiiiV T.V. Alexander for transporting ur to; the meet. By submitting a kodak booklet we have received a ns;v picture "TliCi Age of Innocence" for o.: room. The pupils chosen to represent u? in'thc picture memory contest wen- Joe Porilock. B. R Gay jr.. Harr> j Buck'. Ted Brock and frnncill" Fau^JH. Miss Annie l,:e D.ivit] of Blvth: viile.vislte-j jcheol onSay nr,:! observed the primary room. Other visit-rs for the past month \vc7f . Mrri B. P. Gay. ^fUs Nora Hodges. . Eimucl. 011231. Tra Gnin?s. William Billings ajid Charles Gprln^er. Everyone \vr.s sorry to hr-.\r tha' Miss Turn;.- had been injurfri a:u: eacli roam has v.Titten her a b;tnr The fourth grade pupils wrote anJ put on disntov sjnn Ewter stcrier. entitled "Brother Etabbil Goes i.'Market." The illustrations, done in free 'han3 and gayly colored sho-.vs fine origiuialtty. Tlic eighth grade p-jpils have been doing free" hand skc!c!nn(; or the masterpieces as n part cf their picture study lesson. Miss Hodges and Mrs. Harsst! were dinner guests of Mr. an-J Mrs B. F. Gay Friday. The flowers and vegetables In t v r schocl garden arc growing nicely Tuesday we h«l a s:rvlnj of rnd- Ishes for lunch. Mrs. R. L. Hawkins will entertain tiie cijhth grade with a clas; party next Tiiursray evenlnj. Pupils wiio wLshed to. v.-ere permitted (o go to Mr. Hanuon's store nnd lifttn to a program from KLCM at the noon hciir Tlinrsd.iy. Soar members cf (lie school tick part on th; program. Tlie third grad3 hns or5.ini^Dd n fairy club will) Jnmes Alexander a- ktnj ond Louiie Alexander as (incen The court rules Do right, speak right and tliiiik right. Honor roll, advanced room: Ino- qene Galnfs. Or.i Le5 Hawkins. Jo: I'ortlock, Juanlia Gaines. Mildred VinstOii, Jobn Hannan, Jimmy Duck, Harry BUC'K. Oliver Grev M'lxinc Holland. Jamie De Polk anS llnecl, Davis. 1'riinariss: Neldean Monday Gately Score Building Tuesday %ril 27-28, 2:30 p. m. .he best of your cooking made better . . and easier No matter how luscious your cooking . . . how delightful your savory roasts, piquant vegetables and tempting pies ... a Westinghouse I 7 lavor Zone Range will add tlie matchless flavor of Old Dutch Oven cook- cry to your results. And at the same time it will get meals all by itself Tki-. .,=- i, f ,:c>- m,,:. it, II »• Aoi/jr Vuitt- C'nfl, tciil tier yoa Te 10 50 9i vi*:- tr steed aaj 10% lo M^ irtsltr rf. fitnty.Jttfadii-.tif He i/»W ccd ^L-CT- • to give you many hours of freedom from the kitchen. In a Flavor Zone Range, your meals are cooked just as a jolly Dutch housewife would rr have prepared them 200 years ago ... in a gradually receding heat that browns quickly and then penetrates the very heart of foods. But faultless automatic control makes it necessary only to set a clock and adjust -a thermometer. While the meals cook, you spend your lime as you please ... for you are insured perfectly browned, peerlessly cooked foods with an absolute duplication of your best results. Westinghonse ELECTRIC RANGE WITH TUB AUTOMATIC FLAVOR ZONli OVEN "You are invited to attend a Modern Cooking School to be held at 2:30 P. M. on the afternoons of Monday and Tuesday, April 27th and 28th. This school is to be held in the Gately Store Building directly across the street from our office. Come out and enjoy the afternoon with .us. Arkansas-Missouri Power Co. "At Your Service" Bargains for Saturday and Monday No. lied Triurcph ASPARAGUS "'t,,, CELERY APPLES SPINACH Pounds GREEN BEANS u.l5 c CARROTS &BEETS«c,, 5 C TOMATOES Strawrries Fresh From New Fresh 'iAC LI). L\J Louisiana 15e LEMONS u ' c V PEPPERS 17" I,b. U 2 1C RHUBARB 1C Lb. SQUASH Fresh Every Morning i> ••-- PINEAPPLE Choice of Hrunils 91C unils QIC 1.1). 01 ASPARAGUS ^^25' ELOUR 2l-I.t). Sk. 59c .18-1,1)., Suck ar' Limit 10 Ibs. 47c CORNFLAKES- 2 ,- kK ,15 c APPLE BUTTER :s.o, J; , r 19 c SALAD DRESSING §,£.51" SYRUP 100% 1'urc Cane 5-Mi. Can, Lipton or Minaret SALAD DRESSING C ',!;;25 C CRACKERS Coun a,, c lt 25 C Minaret Lh. PEANUT BUTTER Ja lT Fresh Country Dozen 15c Quart PEAS 1'etit I'ois irC Can U l^LJ^l^E: Fresh Picnic Nice and Fresh PORK & BEANS , c ™ 15 C CHItTERLINGS.oAVaf PIG LIVER Lb. I K. C. Stamped Moat Sltnulder LI). Iflc Thick Kib. Lb. ISc Chuck SPARE RIBS Lb. NECK BONES Lb. Roastork Meaty Ib. 15c HENS, FULL DRESSED

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