MAY 20, 1031 BLYTIIKVII.LE," (AUK.)' COURIER NIWS PAGE SEVEH mm ADS Two cents t word lor funl liusiuun snd cue cent • woid ror eich tubsequeat I'lsertlou. No adverllseuitruV taken lor less tlum 6ltc. C'ouiit the words and send till! <:ash. I'honi! 30t> S/ee/e Sociely—Personal THIS CURIOUS WORLD • KENT JtOU HL'NT—Apartment, in Ingrain b'.nlumg. See Purkluirsl Company. BC-TF 1-OH ROT—Furnished rooms for light, housekeeping, also sleeirinf porch for couple or two young men. ™ West Waliui'..- l-'OR HL'NT— J rooms und balh, U21! ilolly. Seven rooms and bath, lias W. Ash. 1'iionc JUO, E. SUII. . 1SC-K.S D. . I-'OU KliN'l'— Eoiilli bedroom. IMiane «J4. 2TC-K3 Mr. and Mrs. Max L. Kelley spent Sunday with Mrs. Kcllcy's brother and liunlly of liayti. I C&pt. and Mrs. I-'retl Kelk-y 'were I Hie Sunday Oinner guests ol Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kclley. The Stccle Enterprise, only mint- is ollice at Bicclc, was sold by Auslin fc'llii to Howard L. Ycager 01 Laiedo, Texas, Ihe- latter part last week. Mr. *:ilis has teen c-di- lor for several years. He lias moved to Laredo where lie will oi>er- ate Ihe pruning oifiee there ior- iiu'ily operated oy Mr. Yeiigcr. Mr. Yeagcr will arrive the lau.-r pan of Uiis week with his family who plan lo make their home heic. Members of Troop 11, ol the boy scorns met al ihe Methodist church Monday evening. The major business Uaiisaclion was the acceptance of the resignation oi the Seoul master, L. J. Woods, wna n-syneu I-'OR REN'"—Kirnlilitcl aparltnenl for summer r,r part of summer, Crav,-ford Greene, Phone 370. lil^i W. Ash El. 28C-K TF to take over the munai;emi:!it. ol the Davis Gate. Judse" .s. L. Kobmson council J-'OH RENT — Mtdern bungalow iurnislied. $-10 ijer month. Itearn, Phone 46. 28O-K31 was appointed by the to serve as scout master. Miss Aline fields, formerly of this place, but now of Ulytbevillc, Vj spent last, week-end with 0 1 here. I -Miss Cjo'.Uen Marshall was the l-'OIl RENT-l-'urnishcd house. Mrs. week - cni1 , ^ rel ol " lt; M ' 55ra M; " Sisk. Phone b-,'2. , 29C-K4 ^olc," °" Wr ' S ' U "' MM Ralph Capos, principal at MJ wood, ai'.d Ciay O. Ashlm, am director, lell Monday morning Bloomlield for a shurt visit parents. They will enter school at cape Uirardeau. Mrs. Everett. Overturf was laker to the Methodist hospital in .Memphis Sunday in a very serious condition. She underwent an lor appendicitis. Members of the young women'. Sunday school class ol the Method 1st church entertained with a neon day dinner at the home of Mrs. G Ii. Ellis Friday in honor oi Mis. FOR RENT—5 rooi!:, upartineiit. -Modern, at. Arccla 410-W.- unfurnished West. Main heat. I'hone 411 or 23C-K2 FOR KENT- -Furnished lisjhl liouse- keoplug rconis. 811 Wi-st Walnut. VOUiO 6E P£LT£O TO PI£C£ IP trw£R£ J.AV£R OF , \7UOSPhtf RE &y AtK. (Jf> MOST CF STARS* f U7.7 T/ IfY RSACH t>3 A SP.SO5S Cl-' T/wr 'ppeys at i IKS£CJS, GALS IM CM AT $ K> A MiliON „,. Wi-st Wal- C-K-4 WANTED POULTRY WANTED—Market prices, uny qHLintily. Marilyn Ifal- clu-ry. 210 S: Fourth St. OC-TF \VANTED — Family general housework. V.inell, 2207 ISth St. washings or Mrs. Dora TF WILL I'AY i;ASH for Used Cars. Lchmon Gillispie, Demon Chevrolet CO. 27F- LOST AND.FOUND LOS'.C—Male bird-doy puppy, two montlis old,- liver spots. Liberal reward. B. B. West, Ptiomi CO. 26P-K29 Hina Duggar, local teacher and member who will leave suon iiiyh selioo oi tliis class and 0, Hill lays Reiscr News Notes Mis. Wilsim accompanied by liar aiiiihur, Mrs. Cl';vls Crockett iiud Mr. Csuckftl P! (Jseeola have cone IKS, Avk, (or several vim, Miv. Kdilh' Catlcdite of Memphis veiling hei paients lici'i. 1 . Mr. ai-.d Mre. Cook, and daiisih- er Julia Ann motored to lilylhe- .ie Hiiudiiy, Mr- ami Mrs. 1,0} Williams six'iil Sunday |» Sleele, Mo., vbillnn ileiuis. Mt^ Di-llya Lmi Hrock Is visit- Ins m Osccola (Ills-week. Mr.--. W. W. Anderson is vlslllng i! inueiits at Jom-staro this *'•:'. and Mrs. Joe Watts and dau.:li!er a'.lendtd the jvmor play r.l J"iin-r. Wednesday night. ,lli-.iv,-y Wllbou and Orls Clillil:; nio.-ML! 10 Mcmpliis, Sunday. Mi-, and Mrs. Wliituer will Ivuve IK'M «u;k fur points in Missouri tthv.i- tliey will siwnd their vuea tic-n. tikrtin News Notes .Mi>. at l-'l.i' John the ^ll ern. A l C'ora Hart spent last week Lake with relatives. YVilli.nns of Tennessee Is *t of his sisler, Mrs. West- A BO7#.£, ser Aonfr off THE 1929, WAS PICKED u? I&AMOS, 7,650 W. A Divorce. 1 ! - - Does This Look Like It? cio\vd from ICkrun ut- teiuk^ ilij elosin^ e.xeiclses ol the HiiU Mo3ii .school Monday anil l'ne:-.day evenings. Mr. mid Mrs. '1'tm Smith of IJel were sm-sia of ttieir son. Mr. t'or- lei Hniiiti mid Mrs. Smith, Ins woek-inrt. A dance was enjoyed al Ihe bo:r.i of Charlie Nichols Saturday evo limy. Mr. and Mrs. On ley Slone ha as tlieir guests Sunday, Mr. Brail and family ot Deli. Mis. Lettie Franks and chlldrc: Saturday In Ulylheville wit Mts. Claude Stcwari. Mrs. Tom Norton was Ihe yues Mis. Hjiiip Austin Sumlay. i\ laiuo crowd n'.tcndcd v lhc ba yame al likioti Sunday afteinooii )UR BOARDING HOUSE By Ahern ' \? A 7,1/cVC- \' *- -To SMELU THAT STLlFF! S£A"RCHlfi£i VoTS RE ! Potff -ToiKrl AfM OF ALCfillOU I GAVE' VcMJ» POW^ -file SlKiK HALFTiiLi. OF DGfiR SO THAT WAS A LUCKS' BREAK Ad ilV- e RUWD To I'KUSONAL CASH PAID for second hand furniture. A. L. Flowers, corner Main 5; Lake Sis. 6C-TF STOCKHOLDERS MKKT1NG of The Hlythcvillc Cotton Oil Company Tne Annual nieetins of' the di- icclors*-.-;mo; stockholders - of.--tte above company will be held Thursday. June flth at 'l'0:'30'A. M.' in the olliccs oi W. A. Gage & Co., Falls 131dg., Memphis, Tcnn. 4C-K6-3 AVAttKIKG.OKDF.R CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA UIb-1'RICT. MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKAiNSAS. Equitable Binldir.^ fc Loan Association, Plaintiff, vs. W. I.. Cunningham et al. No. 4uti4, Defendant. The defendants, A. Harrison and -Mrs. A. Harrison, arc warned to ap- pe.tr within thirty days in the coiirl named in the caption hereof ; answer the complaint of the plaln- lilt fquUable Building & txiaii' Association. Paled May 22, 1331. n. L. OAINES, Clerk, Uy Harvey Morris, D. C Jesse Taylor Ally Ad Litcm. 22-^3-5 New i'ork Cotton , NEW YORK. May 23 (UP)--Cot-. Ion closed steady. Open High Low Clase Jill K'i 87C 858 371 Ocl !13D 910 893 301 Dee 024 9:« 914 Jan 937 !M5 'J28 M,lr 958 9ut 940 Spots steady at 875 up 10 U2C 038 S59 Orleans Cotton NEW ORI.EANS. May 29 (UP)— Cotton c!o>c<l steady. Open fligli Lo-.v Close Jill ..... 870 375 BGO U70 Orl ..... S02 910 891 91)1 ])i'c ..... fl20 930 913 022 Jan ..... O.i5 S:J9 D32 93411 Mar .:... O.W !159 0-19 357b Spots sl:arly al 815, up 11. Closing Stock Prices :\ T. .t T Anaconda Copj>er ... Auburn Cul-.rpilbr Tractor .. Chrysler Cities Service CfK-a Cola Continental Baking Oi-neral Electric. .... (Jcneral. Motors Munur.mrry Ward .. New York Central .. IM:-k.iv;l Radio Ce:i> Knnnu-ns S;;iniia:it of N. J. .. TCX.U Corp U. 3. S'.erl 1G4 7-8 22 3-4 157 1-2 23 1-! IS 10 3-4 13B 10 3-8 3D S-3 34 17 3-8 77 7-[| 6 1-8 H 5-8 11 1-2 33 13 1-2 01 relmn licre next year. In .the afternoon the party motored to Blytheville where ibey attended the theatre. All members regret, lo see Miss nuggar leave, but arc wishing her the best oi success wherever she may go. Those who attended (he parly were Missis Sila Duggar, Imoge-nc Manning, Kale Crockett, Kathline Harper, Evelyn ~'rank, Mollie Lee Bates and Elou- sc Clark- and Mesdamcs Louise Miller and G. R. Ellis. Miss Mary Newt Carr has returned to this cily to resume h-j:- vork at- Workman's Drug store alter sending a month with her [larcnls at Clifton, Tcnii. The Happy Four Steele ciuartet broadcast over KLCN at, niyihe- vlllc dtiriiii; tliq 110011 hour I-'ritjay. TSefVcrc "iihtfcr flic 'difcctib:! of Ernest -Jones -of Blythcvil!e. They arc Charles York, firsi tenor, Robert. Stccie, second lenor, Hen Uurns baritone and Harold Steele, basso. Mrs. N. Jones of New Survey was admitted to the Baptist hospital ii- Memphis Monday. W. .\r. Watkins returned to Ihis city Friday fiTicrnoon after speiia- ing several months as an emp'.oyi at Coaehere Valley liosm'tal ill Indo, Calif. Floyd Smith, Tom Laden, Loi. Burns, Charles Jenkins and Auborr Moore attended Ihe ball game ai Carull:ersville Sunday evening. Mr. and -Mrs. D. I. Clark anc children spent Sunday with friend; at Blytheville. Miss Maude Alice licasley returned to her home in tins cily Sat urdny evening from Tuscalojsa Ala., where she has been attendhiL, school. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nichols spcn Sunday with his brother nnd fain ily, Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Nlcliols o Cottonwoocl Point. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Morgan mo tored to Memphis Sunday. T. C. licasley and daughter Mis Maude Alice, transacted business ii Cape (Jirardca'.i Monday. Mrs. Ncwbcrty Johnson vi.sitei Mrs. J. J. Fields of Blythevilie Sun day. Harry Jenkins and Ncwherr Johnson are visiting in Larcd< Texas, this week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charley Jenkir. and family and Charley Crawlor 'isitcd in Cottonwoud Point Sinday. Mrs. Charlrv Jenkins was cn!i: > Manila. Ark.. Saturday n:i ac count of the JCMOUS ilinc.vi of !-c nephew. Call Harrison, son of M aiul Mrs.' Tom Morrow. Or. nnd Mrs. Akin Strpiici visited Mr. and Mrs. E. Armorel Ark. They weic neeo:n- panicd home by Miss Ruby Ashley for several days visit. Rev. and Mrs. L. S. Thiirmcnd announced Tuesday the arrival nf an eleven ixniiul girl. Both muthDi- and babe are doing nicrly. Hev. Thurmond is the p.istor of t!:e local Church of Christ. K1O Dt JANEIRO, Brazil. (UP) —Ti-.e ministries ol Justice and Interior c: Brazil arc ellcctiiiB a sav- ,lug of many thousands of dollars ''.:y belling off their rcsiMCtive laige :leets of automobiles. Both Ministers ate retaining but one car whereas they have had six to eight in their garages. Hqlf Moon School Everyone is invited to attend Sunday .school each Sunday morning at ten o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. To'.ulinsDn of Lone Oak ami Mis. Hnrk T'c.m- linson of BlyTlTeville were dinner gue.st.'i of Mr. and Mrs. Portlock Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dcn.sc! Howard visited Mr. and Mrs. Jce liaker Sunday. Mrs. Ada Alexander r.ud Mrs. Pearl Alexinder were guests Mrs. Joe Baker Tuesday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Earl Shancyfell spent Inst week-end at Dell with re! a I ires. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Peoples announce the birth ol a daughter or. May 22nd. .The baby weighed BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES NO CHANCIC. WI1.UK! EET tt-b MV t£WOf<M VOU Of ansv.ci of :<!ary I'iekforrt and Doug'as Fairbanks to wide- reiiorts that they were contOT.piating a divorce, nut from (his c-sjieciaily pcscu i\hcn they were reunited in Txjnrion the other day, it doesn't even look like a separation. J2 Hwiitlifnl Soft Tints Covers liSO feet, per IJQX. E. C. Robinson Lumber Co. (lie geographic^ used in Urugnsyan the inib'.ic srtirali was recently IQJS- ened by local r.ewinaricrs. taking exception to text, bojks assertions that "tlii! iwjinlalion of liraiiil is Mrs. J. W. Pe,rl!ock was c=: of Mrs. Feoples Sunday af- tcrr.ooii. D, Brazil. (UP) jinade up of Kcgrocs, Mullattocs a:id protest against Indians." IN SHADYSIDli! ND HIS VUIENDS STOPPIH' So SooMf 6VKS IP W COATOhl AM' 8RSATU Of AIR BEFORS I SO 1» BEP .'.' y. rwry SP/EVJ STOPPU.'S FOR ? sue osOA'-t.y SCTTER. THAN SIX.Ty..,-VWMCER IF vi no SITTIWS OP IH TVe PARLOR CAB. IS ABOUT TO FiUDOOT WO IS S°!lv3 TO EUROPE, AW see IP vje CAM HECTORS WASH"i'uims .v.MCD*TEU/, HE. IS ANSWERED BV PlSTOU SHOTS FROM SIDES', kWP tH\?S FLV FROM THE.WMI EESl^JC KIM. «EN FULLV A TOZEN MEM 59RIM& FROM .^0 W5HES, ^NP DfcSH TovJfKRO THEM.
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