The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 17, 1932 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 17, 1932
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THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1932 HOLLYWOOD GOSSIP Intimate Glimpses and Intld*' SI lift an the M»«ie Colons'. BY DAN THOMAS Kty His a Mink HOLLYWOOD — Just wandering around: Kay Francis wearing beaut!(u] mink coal—And what a coal! Waller Wangcr going into the Brown Durby. He arrived Ju town at 4:45 and at 6:45 was In tlio Derby. Draw your own conclusions as to how tliat place rates with him. Movie tolk like to go there because the head waiters bav 10 (hem—But how superior they net when the tourists, the ones who really k«p the place alive, enter.' * • * Eileen All Excited j Leslie Fcnton and Ann Dvorak Bolng into a picture show. Yes, screen actresses arc perfectly satisfied to be taken such places lor an evening's entertainment—Drat is some of them are. They soy Leslie and Ann arc getting inseparable these days. Miriam Hopkins off to Jier singing teacher';. She's going to sing film. in her next Eileen Percy getting all excites over her reported engagement to liarpo Marx. She says die scarcely knows him. Well, there have been- other instances of xvhere the couplet didn't know each other until after th e ceremony. Colleen Moore and her hubby entertaining sonic friends at the Embassy club. Colleen is glad to bo back. .But she still is so uncertain about .her plans that sli c hasn't opened her Bel-Air mansion yet. HOIK she at least fills fie swimming pool with water this cummer, anyway. • • * Talmadge-lloland? Gilbert Roland at the Argentina recital with Connie Talmacige and Natlic Kcaton, while their sister, Norms, is off to Paris for a di- vcrce. Wonder if Roland will join her there when sh e Is free And If so how long she will remain free....Jcsef von SternberB and Marlenc Dietrich at the same recital, i Marie Dressier showing Wall/ Beery a parchment scroll from the mayor of Palo Alto, Calif., asking her to become an adopted daughter of that city A lot of ci.ies would like to adopt Marie. In fact several already have done so — Unofficially....Little Jackie Cooper having lunch with Clark Gable and Cliff Edwards. * • • Sleepy Sir.' Young RA!arul_Young" using every pos : sifcle excuse for getting out of a party without telling the real reason ;hc doesn't want to attend. He used to be bothered with sleeping sickness and would tall asleep at JO o'clock regardless of surroundings. The 10 o'clock habit got such a hold on him thsc he still turns in at that hour if at all possible. Jcancttc MacDonald back from New York. And planning the big party she had to postpone because of her imrricd trip e ast. Evalyn Kapp walking arm in arm with her handsome boy friend, who isn't an actor. They say this romance is getting pretty serioi:s. So is Frances Dec's — But more aboul that later. Downtown to the Bclasco wUI: Dorothy Dix to see Richard Bennett In "Cyrano de Bergcrac." Aid to a movie at the end of the fnst act. Movies arc some good afte.' all. Coffee nt the Brown Derby and so home to bed. (ABK.V COURIER NEWS How Congress Vote Mapped Prohibition When Congress voted on a proposal to bring the Bcck-Linthicum prohibition amendment out 01 committee in the first wet-dry test of importance since 1917, Representatives lined up , s sl , own m sketch map above. The Bcck-Linlnlcum resolution, still locked in eommlltte would amend the 18lh amendment to allow state control ol liquor. Wets piled up a. surprise vote of 187 to bring tlio proposal before Congress. They were defeated by 'J27 dry-voting congressmen. TIIO lath amendment originally was adopted in the House by a vote 1 of 282 for and 128 against WARNING ORDER 5HANCERY COURT, CHICKA. SAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS rtary E. Wells, Cady and C. A. Gibson, Trustee, plaintlft, No. 4701 vs. T. H. Caraway, et al., Defendant. The defendants, Hettie Caraway, •nul Caraway, Forrest Caraway and iobert Caraway, a minor, are warn- d to appear within thirty days n the court named in the caption icreof and answer the complaint f the plaintiff, Mary E. Weils Cady away, et al. Dated March 7, 1932. R. L. OAINES, Clerk. essc Taylor, Atty. Ad Litcm. 7-14-21-28 IN WARNING ORDER No. 2948 THE CIRCUIT COURT OP MISSISSIPPI COUNTY CHICK- ASA WBA DISTRICT. To Southwest Joint Stock land Bank and all other persons having any claim or interest in and to the 'ollowing described land situated in Mississippi county. Arkansas, name- !*. South half Section 13, West half Section 24, South East Quarter : Section 23. Township 15 North.; Range 12 East court within thirty days and file exceptions to the award which has been fllert In this office by the levee and drainage appraisers, of-this county for tire approval toil'of the iwrtion of the hereinbefore described land, for the construction or intended construction of a levee, ditch, canal, or drain, as the case may be, over and across the same. Witness my hand anrt seal as clerk of the Circuit Court this the 12 day of March, 1932. 12-19-26-2 H. L. GAINES, Clerk. Harvey Morris, D. C. Agcrl M»n Worked Farm INDIANA, Pennsylvania, (UP)— John P. Martin, 85, husked 1,000 bushels of corn »nd plowed 15 acres ct his land In Rayne township, this season. Twin Calm . Born SCOTTS BLUFF, Nebraska, (UP) — There are twin calves on the G. H. Kellctt ranch near here, yet the calves were "born to tlio mcther cow ten days apart. NOTICE OK COMJIISHIONtll'.S SALE Nollce Is hereby given that tbo iirii'rsiBiirrt, as commissioner of Hit Clumcery Court for IhoChtck.i- Vii Dlstvcit of Mississippi couu- i.v. Arkansas, acting under authority of a decree rendered Fckril- 3.', 183;!, In a cause pencllm; tncrdn wherein Commonwealth HullrUtiG ft "Loan Association was tiilllt, nnd A. ». ttilrnold, Win. J. logaii, ct ul.. aero ilefemuinls, "111, nt the rourt in llly- Ihcvlllc, on Die 4lh <iny of April 103-', oflcr for sale to thn highest and best bidder, IIJMII a cicclll ol llirco months, HID following described reul estate, located In saw District mid county, lo-wlt: Let Five (Si, mock "F", Unrrnn .t Lilly Addition to Ulylhevlllo. Arkansas. The purchaser \vlll i» required to ex(xul e bond will) iipiirovcd security, and a lien iilll bo rcliilnnl upon, (he properly until Uio jiur- .'e price is paid. Witness my hand ns such commissioner this 12lh day of Mnrch, 1032. Ii- L. GAINES, Commissioner. Cecil Slinne, Solicitor [or Pblutlll. 11-21 NOTICE OF COMMISSIONERS SALE Notice is hereby given (hut the MOB IW1 , us conunls>k)iier of the cininccry Court for the Chlek- ntnwba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, net Ins under im- Hiorlly of a decree rendered February 22, 103J, In n cntiso pending wherein E, a Robinson Lumber Company, H nl., were plnliiiliis, uiul Tom 0.' S.illba. Bwlin Sul- Ibn, el nl, were (lotctidHiils. will lit the court house In lilydwvlllc, en the- 4th day of April, 1DJ5, offer lor sjilc to the highest iintl test bidder, inron u credit of Ihree nionllM. (tic folloivlus descilbrd leal estate locftl«l in said District and County, to-wll: Ixit Sixty-three (t!3). of the Orlgiiuil Survey of lllytlieville, Arknusiiii. located n the corniM 1 of ciiurry uiul I-'innklln. 'I lie puichi\si>r will IK required lo cxcculo tond with npprorat security, mill a lien will be retnliie;! upon the pvopcrly until the pur- I'hnso price Is )Kilil. Witness my hand ns siieh commissioner this 12th Uiiy ol March, 1032, R. L. QA1NES. .Commissioner. Cecil Slinne,' Bolicltor for PlnliillHe. H-Jl BOSTON, Nfass.. IUI') - Motor truck. 1 , oprrntcd by the Animal Hcsruc Leajiie lieiir Ihe poMer: "Try kindness on your mihnnls— simrnnlccd." 01 tell KlwtuU Hotlier THE DALLES, Oregon, (UI>> -Mrs. Aiimnda Mclvlmi Cook wns rieclnrcd to be the oldest "Kl- wonts mother" before 'her ucalh here al the ago of 95. Ftnt to-Tax U* Ita Ywn KELSO, Wa»hlnflon, (UP) — For tlio sixth couecuUn ytw Ocorgo Bowen ptld hli Ux*s .firft to get receipt NO. l. Refill today with the New TEXACO Golden Motor Oil 'this nciv "crick-moot" oil uuures rrwdjm tnm hard i-ailion, cxccsklve cokes ; ina resWiul tan, IVou; 25c per qt. KILL WUNDERLICIfS Main Service Station Main at Fifth SI rhone 711 Read Courier News Want Ads. LIVED ON LIQUID DIET Now Eats Steaks, Biscuits and Pies C. E. Jeffries, traveling salesman, says he spent eleven hundred dollars trying to get relief from his indigestion and stomach trouble but had .to live on. a liquid diet until he started taking Williams' 3. L. K. Formula, and after tuLinj only three bottles of this wonder- Jul medicine, ho felt like a new man and could cat anythlnfi he wanted. Others report the same marvelous results. Satisfaction -guaranteed., or your money refunded. Recommended fpr are hereby warned to appear in this stomach, liver pnd .kidney disor- ders covering dyspepsia, p;iiqiiMiC3S, e.issy stomach, distress attsr eating, chronic constipation caused by indigestion, sick headache, neuritis, neuralgia, rheumatism^ auto-Intoxication, lame back and general weakness. . . Keep your .stomach, liver, and kidneys healthy and injure will dp the rest. Get a bottle todny und te c fat yourself what thiB woriderlul medii, cine will do. , Sold by.. Kirby Bros. Driin Co. a»d Kirby Drusr Co. — Adv. i Snow Crushes Roofs MEDFORD. Oregon, (UP) — Heavy snows crushed the roofs of five privately owned summer lodges at Lake o' Woods this winter a ski parly learned. Coombs Teaches Duke Baseballcrs JACK COOMBS • * ' t By NKA S«rdce - • DURHAM, ^f. Carolina — Opcn- ln S March 26 with Hie Jersey City club of the Class AA International League, old Jack Coombs' Duke University baseball Uanv will p!ay 22igamts this se»son in defense of the state championship It has won In th e last three wa- £01)5. Six: veterans.arc back, one of which it Piicher coombs, nephew of Jack. The youngster did not lose a game last season and held every team he faced to seven hits or-lew. SMART EASTER SUITS At A Price Tliat Make Them Important Values Tbey're cleverly styled to the Spring vogue .. . rich fabrics and distinctive patterns... tailored as fine as any Suit needs to be to insure a satisfactory wearing service. Fine tweeds, flannels,,cheviots, worsteds and other fash- ionalbe weaves. 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