The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 26, 1932 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 26, 1932
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(Continued from Page 1) lined lie operated n restaurant niul sou drink stand on ihc highway a short distance from the arch and lias been there since Dsccmbsi. 1920. '[ho defense la prove WTOI it had Indicated its ccmen- Uo;i wculi! be In lhai Bailey Ballot comratetl with tlie stale liiu e.i'.aijlKimeiits insofar as illejlti- rnaie operations were concerto, and thai liLi lucrative oil an:l KJISO- linc business represented P. goyj income. The government had'persistently attempted to connect Bailey with illegitimate practices' along the suite line by witnesses who sa'.J he owned (he places and liy others, one a former officer, who .said he had been .offered $50 per month by Bailey to be lei alon?. "Throw 'Em Out" Eugene Schrcder, a 2i-ycar-u!d Sleele lesident and a government A'i'.'.ness. said, he had been to [he ' one of the resorts whicn the government allesod iiai- Jey operated. Ho said he saw Bailey there often and in case of fighw that die latter would order Eisar Pullam. ithom he described as "the bouncer," to "throw 'cm oul." Pullam -AOtild obey, the witness said. JIM McAnaMy. the former Rob- <?ns3ri deputy w!:o was seriously wounded by unknown parties on a country road after he had aided federal agents in securing evidence, was no'- permitted to answer a question concerning his injury on vigorous objection of defense counsel. Mc/lnally iia<l liesn asked "if anything had happened to him." since he had communicated with federal officers when the objection M'as interposed. Two witnesses, both from the vicinity of the stale line, were called by the government nnfl tfsiifle.'l regarding general conditions ther: They told of visiting Sheriff Robertson's cilice and asking him to d' something 'to remedy the si[na~tb« W. C. Posey, a farmer en the.Ar- kansas line, who asked protection uccans; of drunkenness and outlawry in tho vicinity saul condition 1 were not corrected after the vlsi' lo the sheriff's office. Paul Toflle. a prohibition inves- • tigator. told of visits to the Greenhouse resort and of raids in in. nearby country where the' larges stills he had ever seen outside o St. Lulls county wore captured. BMTJIEVIU.R. (ARK.) COURIER NR1VR Browning of Caruthersvllle spent the day here Sunday with NCrs. Corn Reneau anrl fnntllj'. Mrs. Wiley Davis of Steelc was here Wednesday visiting her son. Ballsy Campbell. n:id family. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shimon and children moved to Tasked, Mo., Thursday where they will make their future horn:.'. Mr. and Mis. U. O. MllU-r and the latler's mother. Mrs. lially vifitcrl Mrs. 'Bach's iusi, Sherman OACCO/O Sociely— Persona! The Jewish ladles Aid Society ivlfl arrange for a visiting rtaliljl from Helena lo conduct sci vli-es -it Templs Israel, lllylhcvllle, on the evening of March C. according to »,,-,,, , , ., . , l )1(l "s made at a. meeting held her> vn?f''. a V """'-; Wednesday evening and .mended Mile biinday. | by u,|,. t y members. Mrs. Olive Brown of Cily froni nn extenrto<r vlsi't wltlV "rclh- ttves in Nashville, Tenncssfo. Hov dntighter, Mte Jiilln Llllnnl Ci-nlg, who accoinpanlMl her, rerun inert In Nashville when; she Is tutriulln] school nt Wnrd-Belmont College. Mis. John I5ou?lnss and children vetiirnnl to<liiy from Memphis whim they attended Hi; bed side of Mis. Hampton, who Is piovcd fnlher, Ci. much 1m- 11 serlnns lllnc.s.s. S|x.'iit the week-end here with Mrs. Cecil Flranmun. Mrs. ncnlah Chilton was in Illy- icviKe Mondfiy receiving medical reatmeiil. .M2.v.lames D. O. Slater. Charles nd Ross naldwin, C. D. Hunch nd Marion Baldwin and children Isltc-rt friends in Kcnncu Salur- ay afternoon. Miss freise Hnt' six/in the :ith the fin bin at present U bet- Mrs. Joe Jaffee spent last. Thursay in Car ut hers ville wi.h her [•andma(h?r, Mrs. B. D. Crowe. Mesdames W. A. Kasull nnd J. '. zlmmers were h: Carnthcrsvllle atinday. Mrs. H. T. Byars and son Warner Melds and Joe Curtis Coppage of 7ari:thersville were here Sunday Isi!ing Mr. ami Mrs. H: T. Byars jr. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Avjrill and he latter's inoitier. Mrs. Mollic iorrLs siwnt o few days the Inner :art of lust week In Ornn. Mo., with .Irs. Don-Is daughter, Mrs. L. L. Lcfler. Alre. J. M. Argo left'for Flint. With., Monday where flic will visit I'ilh her fan Ted Argo and family mlefinitcly. Mrs. J. D. Hursch of EVHlevllle. :il.. returned home Sunday after a week's visit here with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Charles Baldwin. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Rhc<les and heir t-ucsts. Mr. nnd -Mrs. Tom tines and Mrs. L. E. Enloe of St. Louis motored lo Blytlicvlllc Sun- Jay nnd visited Mc-odames Rhodes iml Kines sisters. Mesdames \V. M. MeKenvis and Mary Robinson. Society—Personal \lrs. R. L. Gilbert was ho;tcs' to the W. M. u. of the r.aptisl church at, her home Wednesday al- ternooi) with fourteen mt-mbeif present. Mrs. Gilbert read th scripture lesson aflcr which Mrs B. D. Hayes led in prayer. T.:t tccretary. ,\frs. Haffil Sigler. r=a n letter from Mrs. Melford Biggs o! the old folks home m ironton. Mo. expressing their thanks for the tos ket, of canned fruit received frcn- the Missionary Union. Tlie nex meeting will be Wednesday at thr home cf Mrs. F.. G. Walker. Th: hostess served apricots topped will whipped cream. • • • The W. M. S. of the Mclluxlis. church met. at the home of Mrs Liim Lefler Wednesday nfternocr with n very good attendance. Mrs J. W. Golden conducted the devo tional program and also preside during the business session at whicr lime very gocd financial r;port; were givsn from tl:c various com- miltces. Mrs. J. T. Buckley h charge of the missionary progra and read ns the scripture lesson thr eighth chapter of Romans. 1 Hullington gave a very intcrestinj "ialk on "Mexican Womanhood" ant !Vfrs. Charles Baldwin had as hei subjeci "Women's Responsibilily as Citizens." Tr.e hostess assisted b 1 Mesdames T. A. McNnil anS A. p Underhill served a delightful sand wich course. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Berry mover] to the Preci Shipton house Thurs nay. Mr. and Mrs. Eris Bradshaw an: Messrs. Paul Chilton and Bil Kansas City Robert E. Lee HOTEL A Room With Bath $^50 A Few a t tz.oo and $2.50 All /?oomi With Ceiling Fins BEST POPULAR PRICED COFFEE IN KANSAS CITY GARAGE ay Sunday nl Concord with Miss ona Webb. Misses Orad! Mac and Cnrlsiin: larinon, who have been ill with tli» In are all!? to attend school now. Wood Tnybr jr.. of MemphK pent- a fin- days here Ibis week ith i'.ix fatliei, Wood Taylor. Mr. and Mi's. John Ers-iii of Swift .nil Miss Edna Hagoman were- the uests of Mr. and Mrs. Eibert Wolf- on of Warcei! Sunday. Mrs. Jolin White Is Blending the week In LHtle liorX vvlUi her daughter. Mrs. CJeo. Adams nnd Mr. Adnms. Mrs. Chns. Oriver Mrs. L. K. Honvnrg nnd Mrs. phis with Mr. Drive nose were hostesses Wcit- nesdny cMt-nlng, entertaining at the home of Mrs, Harwurg. The program Included a reading by Mlts Hamellr- Welnhwg nnd a vocal solo by Miss Rulh Goldberg. An enteiialnlnj contest jn the Is in Mi-in- who Is un- trflatmcnl ill the liaptlsl Hospital for ti stomach trouble. lie was rcixirted Improving; this moi- Mrs. Sjienccr Driver nnd snwll diuiymef. :;av.i, are in Memnhls for :i tr-ii day's slay In order Hint form of a story of un old fusli-1 Flavin, who has been ill lor sev- ioned romance In which guests'rial weeks, may he under Hie cnr<? supplied missing wovds with thc-iol a tp-jc-lnlist. of iiarfs of nn old fashion-I Ben Butler Jr. wm able to reed shirt-waist, resulted in honors for Mrs. E. M. Jnffe, who wus nwnrrted a flower pot. Delicious refreshments were served followlns the social hour. Announcement was mad? of the next junior Hndassah wliicli will l>c held In Osceola on Ihe afternoon of Mnrch, C. with Misses Ramnlle Welnb?ri; rind Ruth Goldberg hostesses, and the next Jewish Ladles Aid meeting which Mrs. Bessie Si.ibus lias been ill! wl " be l?8W '" Blyllievills (it the turn to school Thursday after a week's illiK?.«. Blllic Shlp|K>n. smnll son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Herbert. Shlppen. is 111 uf chicken [Xix nt his hour.' hi'ie. 10,000th Girl Picked nct(on nnd plnyM. his ncc of olubH. •: He .lini. litnv stripped ],| S own and dummy's hand of hcnrls ui'irt i-lubs, IDs; opponents urc ] stripped of eptidea. The smnll ! dlnmond v-'iis Ih 0 r.oxl piny {Km |!lninmy. Ka.U played lliu 10. NKW HAVEN, .Cijnn. (U^)- famou " „._. ... U ii iMMi^i-r-t^r <j]iVJIl—TIBB' been locnlcd pi • Yale. The Yale' News reports his Imimrhas graced freshman attendance 'sheets for several ^ \Vlillf i,| si. Comiii-jiuli-r n. A Ciillin n! i the United .states Const liii-ird e.\- ' U-mlril .sen-nil ^x'0|]li', liielticlina j H'e »iiiiT. nn invltiiilnii out lo itni:"-: jjiartki- on Hi: di-siroyeri "MHIwrn o. Wood." on tin- wny out In >.•;,. what «as moiv,-..i I than lo ,,,.,,-t i, „„,„,, (lf Coinriunid,-!- Cnllin Clayed the follow UK iiL.iui In typk'iil iniillnvy For Stage Career! NE\V YORK. (UP)-Mlnus ogy to Ihe 'Xi.OCO.COOth ante. liomcofMrs. Lanjwitli Mrs. LaiiTimoct u,,. ic,w,a:h Riiichon mid Mis. Al« Llveranl and Mis. Helen M 4t(:o s i,r>n ,,M Kurtz of Luxora hostes.'ies, on the AQ.J.9-6-7-3 V2 »6-5-2 A6- 5 VQ-5-4- 3 4K-9-8 *J-7-65 NORTH IA > S H DiMiIrr SOUTH 44 VK-J- 10-98-7-6 A10-9-8 AA-K-10-2 ¥A AK.-3-2 nnd now I1u< nim- miindrr knows tlioiv Is u IUUD,. :n Hi-, hui'.d and n>.s|xmds uitli [r.ur nlninomis. which I', a fornni; IjlJ. NiM'Mi ttvnl to flu 1 i.padfi and thi'ii the rammnniti'v, cvc-r on ilin ioiikuiil lur n ilirlll. bid for :i I hr I'hiy West's openins w,.s tin- tht.-r cf lic.;.-l.s which wns won 'jy Suulh's nrtv 'l'v,'o rounds ol tnimps va-n- ioki>n and Iht-n th.: klitu i'f clnU 1 ; followrd by lln- tliico of clubs, \vliich WHS won In the dinniny with lhi< queen. Tliv commander then nuid« tho rcninrk that lie hud stripped llie dovk for And Itcru la the nice play' ct HIP hniid, South |ibyed Hie ace of iliainuiitls. iiixl ilu'ii lid u Miinll i ivllli Iho (|uer-n. Now i-i'^i.nllrsi j c:f Kiist. relnrncd, Kontli wuil.l iir.-.'.> nnd dtscnid Hie lo.-,hi|! dla- , i.'-'".'.! frcni duitujiy. ! His stiund pl;iy ol n shaky suit ; had ijlvcn him thr snmli jils ! tnnli'iiel cnllcd lur. I iL'oiiyilKlu, \yj-i, MKA fVi-vlcj. lui'.i JKI-'FKIISON L'l'l".-. .Missouri. U "i —• Mlvxiuri'K nidi-si lumtr-r h (ii'uiup C. Wyiut. u."., of \Vam':i cuiinly. lie was one n! the first lo jitircliHM- a 1!)M hmilinc :ind "••»''• *-^i •» best for HEADACHI because ~\ u ci>« " lle| ^ "5 otn« — not «" .them, Contains no °l 1 V/o«'t o . IOt,3(Jc,tOc«iHi. «.l evening of March 9. • • • The recently organi^;U Young Who is she and what docs sac look like? will be Ihe l query. Womaas Auxiliary of the Firtti wl \ at son ° r The denial feminine query will has sheV Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. If. H. Brooks and studied a lesson from the life of Abraham with discussions by Mrs. Brooks arid Mrs. Hill antl Misses Lula Mav Pipkin. Helen Toob. Irene Oldham and Marion Margaret Rhoades. A social committee consisting of Miss Piiikln, Miss Martha Ray and Mrs. Leonard Peuderijrabt was appointed to arratwe for a social meeting next Monday evening- Delicious refreshments were served following the meeting. A patriotic program which Included a one act rjlay contrasting modern times with the days of George Washington, was presented by the faculty and students of the Qs«ola High School at the the Parent Wednesday The Bidding Just before tlie slarl of lhe ! | game. 1 h:«l been explaining- to the cannnniuler tin: bidding of fonr-cM-d suits nlicml of live-card Slie is nene Miles, n, of Lo 5 An- suits. : ,n,i also the '"onc-over-one." ifeles. Slie is ,«i)ia!recl nnd describ- land he decided to try it, ed as having a likeable and viva-1 lie was slitliiv.- In rli» inn' ftfrt, ,.~ l:.._ ~, . .-lIMIJlJj III MIL OVJll clous personality, she doesn't smoke or drink. Her tiimcmiaiiK follow: Height, 5 icot. 5 Inches. Weight lit;. Bus). 31 Wnist. -n. Hips. 35 B Ihlgh, 20. Calfs. 12. Atiklc, 8. She j (rid: and n regular "meeting of Teacher Association afternoon. Parts in the play were taten by ' Misses Louise Hale and Flor'me Ronncy Brasher jr., has been ill I Qulnn. Brltt Jacks and Tom Pale with ll:c flu but is much belter. I and other numbers on the pro- Mr, nnd Mrs. Jim Nelhery and!fJ™m included n chorus. "The Pason Billy of Cnrmhc-rsville were j 'her of ttis Lund Wo Love" by the here Saturday visiting their daugh- i Junior glee club. ai:d biographies ters Mesdames Will Gill and H. L, ! of Lincoln. Washington nnd Thom- McClanahan. . j as Edison. Mesdmhes A. F. Hoguc and H T. I Jnne Flanniean read the bio- Byars jr.,^and. daughter Barbara ' Sraphy of Lincoln. Mnry Crouch wei-r in Blythevilic Wednesday' tlle biography of Washington, nrid They were accomiunied hom'e Ijv • s ' Jln Hotl ses Jr. the biography of Mrs. Hccne'.s husband, w!:e is work- ins out of Blythcville. Mrs. Angeln' Maboulis nnd son, Morris, and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Henderson went to Memphis W«- nesdny. Mrs. Henderson remained 11 Memphis where she will receive medical treatment. The Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Bullin?:on attended a ministers meeting at Keiineti Tuesday. There were ministers and wives present from Pemiscot and Dunklin counties and a nice dinner was served. While en- rcute hcme Rev. and Mrs. Bulting- SA^f P.ENITO. Tex. tun—Pop- sm may be added to the steadily nci easing list of agricultural pro~- tiucts grown on a large scale in the lower Rio Grande valley. Extensive plantings of popcorn near Hnymondvilic. made by Charles E. Douglas of Oknuilgee. Okla.. have attracted considerable attention. He says the soil and climate is ideal for the variety he favors because it, produces large Hakes. EdLson. Eiglit new niemberb U'er.? added fo the roll, all of whom were present .it the meeting.- making a -'o- tnl attendance of 38 numbers. • • • Mrs. L. D. Mascey was hostess Wednesday afternoon to the tw-- tables bridge club to which she belongs entertaining also an ?xlra table of guests which included Mesdames G. A. Robinson. Dan Fiiltz Welby Young nnd J. W. Cartwright Jr. High score guest prize was awarded Mrs. Cartwright- and Mrs ton visited Mrs. Robert Wade of D . s . U ney v:on high scor? club Sillsnattcrry. prize Delicious refreshments were served folowing the afternoon at cards. Mrs. Hugh Craig has. returned ONE DAY X)NLY Enough pap^r for a 12x14 ft. room. 10 rolls side-wall, 20 yds. Border, nnd 6 rolls ceiling - S2.75 SAM MEISEL 111 S. 2nd Phone 318 Steaks •- Ib. 15c Roasts Shoulder, I,b. 17 l-2t Thick Rib, U>. 1.x Chuck, Lb. 12 l-2c ••« Hrisket, Lb. W^f 6'c Liver Pork ib. 6!c 10c Neck Bones Ib. 4c Lettuce I.;\r.c;c Head EaJc Dressed Hens Lb, 24e Pork Chops Lb, 15c Don't Forget We Give 1<>« € Delivery Service Saliba's Market Phone 143 scars a 5 ? shoo ulli position, and opened tile conlrnclliiK willi one spade. WfM, pn.«sil mid Ninih bid two spudes. This support of partner's suit, without nn inti-iicning bid, shows al least a :i half nud noruirvl turnu . •sii|)|:orl. nnd ntls the same us a As if by Magic are garment? anr) J'nbrics !io»- dcmit-il ... A HK'ITKR and QUICKKU way. Thanks to stioiice for pt'rft'cl- ing llii.-'- now mctliod. This im-niis liKTl'MH CLEANING and ii SU) j r-:KJOR SRRVICIC [ 0 y.nt. The Unique Method scientilically, molli-nrnni's and restores colors all in one quick operaiion. Ami remember No ODOR FADING SHRINKING Yes, it is a sevvire (liU'eruiH frnin nil oilier- Wo iJvlivvr - - HiniKr 171 Unique Cleaning Service "Raises thz Standard" THE I'llOlM 4 TIO\ AI\» DELIVERY OF ELECTII 1C FOWL! 11 WHAT is tlie real cost of proilin-ing electric jiownr? Is il the cost <if tin; po'.vcr in ihc power plant? 1 f it were jmssible for customers to call ;it t!in power jilunl for their power, it could lie sold even nuirc cheaply than it is now. Or is the mil cost, ihc cost of tlie power at the customer's premises? Thai, of course, is vliut niiikcs the service uf use lo you, and ID deliver ihe power actually COE|^ jiicirc than lo make il. By jnterooiinediiig the facilities in many towns, whose demands occur al different time?, il has heen possible to keep Hie cost of delivering power down to the point wlicrn electricity is the clteapest thing \vn bin: • \HKA\SAS- >l ISS4H I*OWK1I and FREE DELIVERY Phone 603 Specials Saturday & Monday Sugar 5-pound Cloth Bag Domino Pure Cane MEAL I BakingPowder 25c (ioldcn Hot) Pure Cri-itmyry I I'minil fur i-iti .ni.i BIRD SEEP '"TX,. 25 C ||gs Coffee Koval -ICC :i Pkgs. iJ GRANGES...."'" S E, Dozen BANANAS .... YCI!OW L,, Dozen lOc Canova 1 Pound With Coupon ?5C (inlcl Duf I'ounil 5c Iflc Sy Grandma'ii White Nuphtha 10 Uar.s £ ? % C 5 :t I'kgs. £J PICKLES Vm] S^W CRFAM ___ x \ 8 ,.. nj 15 C Strawberries CATSUP .... ,,o, !!oltle 10 C: Rcr! i'crk POTATOES Jjg^ Fancy ^g ^StXKSt^f^f ^RSCSCl^^Kj Each 3c 2 Pints For liliifkhiiwk BACON W(h Sflt- I'tirtluti'o of .Meats. 2-1,1). Limit Lb. 7c '•'•^^^^^•^•^••^•^•M^i^^HHHM i*T Shoulders Nice Size Floridas IEAN?' Great Northern •'i I'lintitls for 14 FlSrimafr HENS Fill) Dressed I'ouml Reef ftnaci- Fancy Baby ie* Brisket DtCI nUdbl • Thjcj, Ri h ih IOC pound >Ci 10-LI). ro( PC«K ROAST A "_ a _Kj2^ PPrr rrcsh Ground for 1OH DLLF i,o ; ,f. 1.1,. L&y. mmE coan SrK. 10° CASH GROCERY

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