The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 25, 1931 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 25, 1931
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;.;": ,%|C{(?/J/ Qafondw Keiser News Notes • Hobeil Clillili! anil son were busl- ! ness ''ifilt'Ji's in Kelcer TujjJay. ' Mr. and Mrs.' V. Whitney mo- j •tored to IJtlle Hlver Tuesday and | visited wilh Mr. nnU Mrs. Hoy j Jones. i llcb Crows cf l.iltlc ftiver visited .in Kelser Monday. Negro Gel* g'lf; Fine for Auack on City Tiirnk <!c:r on his ;u-in ;unl tv.'islr:! hh \ Syria, Ihrmigli Persia Irom his InnJ, ij.irnr. j to China, returning tin ar.ii the officer sai:l. ' 1 Virgil Gtceiil- represented 11|2 nc- gio at llip trial and Capt. Ivy W. , Crruvfoid tho city. ami roiiGli Iniiin Tom Murphy, negro nrU - ;i!"r. was ' convicted of assa:ilt find tiiit?'ry i-! j l»l!ce court this mcniins and inst::! .S:::int: beds, .-.ho'.vor balb^ ;-.n<j | i:Jn :;;•'.', me nti.^. to ii lket nt' :ii:iL::-.o!>:l?s in which ciu c-xpcdl- : i intends lo cross Ash Hum'- . : 4Srs. Talmadjo IJucy Is enter - vialiiins the Sat Nak Ra Rook club. . ; il)a V/qmfll's flyo I* Hiccllnp at 3:3j u'ckci at he club house. ' ' liour at, DID •• 'ilicre'Flll I* 3 sio ; P)y|l|evll!e library.- If* Ctab. • "-."Mrs. J. B. Joynsr had as her ) guests. 'lor bridge \Vsdncsday al- Tcrnpou members of Uie f)CA' WeJ • nes^ay Bridge. club and Mrs. Jor p.' Halba'cli. •;'.. A stuffed peach salad, bread nnd butter 'sandwiches and Ice i coltcc vreJreshed the players alter sfvernl . prbgresslcns cf contract bridge. A pswler -tray went 13 Mrs. Dlxb Crawford. lor the prize. i • • Clib Has (JIMS!;. . ••:' Mrs. Wilbur Stewart ot Tulsa, Okl*., and Mrs. Harold H«yn2s ''were 'guests of Mrs. Stephen H, BrooJu' jrei(»rday afternoon when th* jtiio. entertiined members of : ~ flb'e.M»tlne«' Bridge club'.' - lir». HfV'y W. Stewart ' ' *port' h^n'dt.'rchleff Icr the club. iKJie' . |nd a' similar gift wen; to ..Mfs. \Vll|>iir Stci-a.rl for honors .'a.raoj)B tfie guest?. • The !\psiess saryert salad with' cake uiid ..'. 5 • a tuna (ccd, (en. llsh Mrs. B. W, Smith and baby are Mr Enillli. wl)j iiccamiUjilc'ti m lo bii with lhe baby who is seriously 111. lias relumed liome. • Mltses Ola Bob Ijarrls and B«Uy 1... McCiiichen v 111 leave icnljjji for yteainboat Springy Co., wlier? thiiy tvljl at lend the summer camp tin. 1 I'ciry-Maiisflelil L.inclng Edicol of New York city which of- uis :i six weeks normul ci.i|is{ whll: members of the family nrc vatiii;o..lnj In the west. U;forc icliuning liomu they will also visit Iilen;l5 of Mtss Harris In Denver here she aUuiultU college. •)hc Uiv. nnd Mis. Mar&li M. OAllnnny and son, Marsh, Jr., anil Mrs. Virginia Keck, are spending today In Memphis. Harold W- Lewinon o( Memphis, regional exlcqtivo ol the; Boy Scouts ol America, attended to business here and at Manila yes Pnrcnt-Teacher Associations Are Obtaining Excellent Response. The pro-school health program i of Arkansas I'arent-Teacl'ov as- I soclollons lias attained stale wide] r,"0|ic. according lo Mrs. N. B.l Menard of tills city, slalc choir-1 man of Die campaign for the phy-' t|r,nl examination of pre-school children, v'lo reporlid that a rec-' lird number of associations are par- \ tlclpallng In this year's summer! fcii|id-u|). ' I Luxora Revival Meeting LUXORA. Ark.—Rev. II. A. Wi|- son Monday night for a visit wltli l>ls sister, Mrs. Clovls Crorkeit. vlval meeting al Ihe First Baptist church here last Sunday. The niejt- Ing will continue for about ten day:;. Rev. P. B. Klnsolvln, pastor of the t'.u.rcli, is asslsllvj with the services. •"" «**»> ™ ccnvi« Bi cl =, MsC ' A m Kylc nefcc . c lll:11 . { , } . tlle city Jail. Murphy, :,jr, in- :•. 5 -;ii.'<••'!» fw l>ctiUarceiiy. er;:iperl dur- ' ' Holiday afternoon. ed lo Jail. The, W. M. U. met with Mrs. T!:c ollicsv and Fiia »a::;i.: lr.ri.i-i Klu: Cr..'ids Monday :if'.:rnoon. or, tostllicd :is Ic ihe ir-,':;' : .-:'"!' ' ISclj Ucbinson nnd daughter. Mar- on the officer. The negro\-jriiiiiol aret motored tn Mamphi's Tues- acted only In S3lfrdof°en;.> aU:i t r /\ / -/ IjOIIC UOK UvWti Members! of'. the newly elected ex- ecutive.board of the Woman's Missionary society In the First Chrls- tltn church and those of Ihe out- gUng jfoup hid a luncheon yesterday at the home cf Mrs. J. U. Smith. . • -The 12 present outlined the yea' book and formulated plans for next ye«r'».activities. Mrs. J .C. McHonej jr., president, presided in Ihe tusi- '- nett:fiession whlcli (ollo'.ved th: •. serving of : the' appetizing incuu. Choral Clmb H» Frictkt. :The Choral club, recently organ•-tied i'hen as a unit of .IHe four frpups iOndh will prestnl a fall inu.- , ilcil '.Jestival, has begun »ractlcc. •if|enry.'W.',B. Barnes, of Jsnissboro Who !ts''supenlsliig the unusually .- complete.' fcsByal • to • 63 presen'sd at r^Jewport, ParagouXl, Jonesbpro . »nd lUylhtTlUa, was here Tuesday evehlig7fCT pracllci. - . .- Thiere 1 were .three new. members enroled.'^Thi' aim Is ^o'^liave IOC .JJngersV'frbfn 'lilts ' 'city and sur- rpijr.dlnj - tpiyits Ip the connly. Al' who'iing'i'rc invited to p'irticlpat: -T«'Have I« , : . • I'S^jjIl. ' ' Womtm's Mlssloimrv soclolv -:tf. :ths tat* Htreat jyl'thndisl • c^vfrh • will •-Sponsor an Ice cream facial, on.-.thn lawn of the church Friday cvciiin? beelnnlnj at «:30 o'clo<|l;. Hotjp mKdo ice cresm will be icryid: .•'- M, o. Coofco, Ji., returned today from Parma, Mo., when: ho attended lo Ais|ness for MV eral (lays. . . Jtsto 11. Webb, of M.mpiils, v,»s -i business vlsllor In Iho clly ycs- er.luy. Clarence Vollmer returned h.!( night from 11 business trip lo Nosh- lit and Bolivar, Tom. Miss Myrtln Harmon, of Conway, Is the housegUL'Kt of Miss Helen Hidings for two weeks. :r. and Mrs I'nnl L.. Tiplon nt yesterday In Seimth, Mo. Dr. Tlpton returned Inst night and Mrs Tlqtqii remnl^cd. foj- n longer visit MUs Rrances puih Ney.-sbpi. pi Parpuould is v'-sltlpg the Key. anil Mvs. \V. J. LeHoy (hh wcej;.' js l)iu pcv, Mr- Blic Mrs. ,1, H. West, of. pjyjtljvlllc. Ark., is the houseguesl of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Wall, at Armor;!.. Mrs. A. C. Ward is visiting. In poin|j of. Missouri for several rl^vi Mr. nud Mrs. J. F. Lentl havij as their guests' Mrs. Lentl's s^tcr, Mrs. J. 1 H. Lamb nnd daughters, ot Cnnrih'ersville, - •• - - Mrs.'May L. 'Aldrldgc npd Mrs. \1, s, 1 Stejer have inovid Into th5 hou.'i-recently' biiilt'by Mrs. Edwin i Robinson. at' .'the corner of Ualn apd Seventh sheets.' / '• * MJEJ . Henry • Humphreys has, recovered • from several days Illness. Toiii Laney.' of Poplsr • Bluff, Me., vaii n business' ihe Tlif [jneral plari Is lo provide a thorough physical <;xam|imtloii for every boy and girl who will pnter school for the llrst Mine next Seutemr.'r, to the eiid that physical detects may be discovered and remedied before the sepal career started. It 1: emphasised by Mrs, Meuard that the real valui o.' tl,: prograin can only be real- ised through cooperation of parents In obtaining correction of defects brought lo light by the examinations. Already 280 1'. T. A.'s of Ar-' jiimsaij have reuL r ,lea'd for the cair:palin. Ex'iminaOiMs of pm- schpp.l children have been held In all sections of the stale during May and Juno, tn many hulnrices county health uutys have assisted In holding fl\e clinics. VYtero defects are found parents are notified and urged to take the child lo the fam.lly physician to receive his odvlce and. coun.'.-!l, or treatnii(it. Several counties. iiavo enrbll- «|nnt- of 100 percent, with Faulkner, Columbia, Pope, White. Seba's- taln, Boone, Logan, Arkansas and day afternoon. olTlcer htd threatened lo Ml!s Clura lllng of si. l,:uls is vlslt(ng her fallier, C. L. Jarrelt. Mrs. Earllne iliiey mill NSainl Richardson of Blythevlllc vlslitd Mrs. Charlie liiock of Driver Grpvj Sunday. Miss Hazel Walker vts ft Blythe- vllle visitor Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. Odes Brooks, and Mr. anil Mrs. Bud Walker' motored tn Luxora Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Erby Hodge were guests o! Mr, and Mrs. I/eland Hodge Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rcbcrtsan ol qiythevllle visited friends here Sunday. C. L. Jarrelt is Improving aft2r seyeral weeks Illness. Ervln Smith spent Saturday nlglit with Leslie Richardson. Messrs. Slla.s Mead and Dick Wai- up. The negro son luve • uone 12 McGhec, Ar*., a blackjack Jroin the o:l:--r l-a"i Jor seieral days .visit wil-.i fiiciuls. denied Etriking at R?, p i.i-' c:]>- Mlss Jnmie Nichols who has been cev, Barnes and Miss V:\-,-r; sv'u;-l- attcniiing Jthn Brown College nt burn testified that tlu i;:-;v) struck Silcam Sp.'nigs, was broii"hl li=-n^ nt the oIlicDr with the chi'i Wc-Jir.sday en nccount cf illness, j The trc-nble began wh?a il-e o:n- Thi; Nntlo:ial Awembly of P?.n- to the negro's request for wire pli- ama is considering a Inw to make irs with which to rtsnove .1 tack compulsory the use of the Span- f'om his shoe, omcer fici^e firo;l IJun't MifTrr from :;*, C'lcan, Oj' or It Old fun. \V;ii|K>lD— l. Ish Iani;uao2 documents. in all commercinl his pistol at the negro ;ilior th- ; prisoner hud shoved uie pris?;; f If.i.-:;, -..'Olncn I:/,-! eli!!- Afl, nr,0 IV h i c Ii j ou •i iry v.-h'.n trouljtdl . b!l!cusiio«3. Jit-, ii. H UosilHc, of iiiilf?.--. J.:i., writc-si "V\':KII I -lf i-:a ums'.lrT.cJ, I fool dull ]i! rn ill: 1 i;].i»r!jj-.'l L!L'l nil O'.n of S3]'ts, noi^ 0-11:1'. 10 rny.uo!^. \Mict^ one Una' tl'lrf f ll!ir.i; U SH linn to Uikc toitic- L-fo:.- 1:^ f-(-l^ Y.-OL-SV. T r.T- linve four..l Jlluck-Ilr^Uijlit ) ]<U.-'.\-. i r-o.i lo Mv..: EC- i-k!::i cr.'l S-JI'ILI- n L-.Ll. I Juuinl !l:is c.'.ini- from , . . -.vr,ul I <orre;t it. Tiint l.T ivhy I ije- '''' On Yarbro Road Will be Free [o adtilis the ba'l- ancc o f s h -,; week. t 1 to 10 P. M. Read Courier News want ads. 666 1,T4VU) OR TABLETS IfeKcvei « Ileaii.ichc • or Neuril?(a tn 31 mln.ulM, cliccks ^ Cold thr nnt day, unit checks Malaria " lhrc« days. OBH Salve for Habv's Cold city, yesterday. M/s. • J, H. Elijlns Shane were visitors Tilesday. •- ' , • : , Arqimg t|ie out oj. town gueits ^•hfi attended the wadding qt Miss Helen, Pa.le Ingersoll. of Memph'ls. ' . MT- :-?<lwjii of Tqleflo. p.., sqlenmlzcd last evening if, th-i Ohm-lew Presbyterian cluir?tV of .Meniuhls were: M,r. nnd Mrs. C. H. Hall, aunt and uncle of We bride, .Mr. and Mrs. B! w. • ^imriidiis:' Mr! nnri Mrs.' Cnrroll Wqod, MUs Hazel Hardln, Miss . AdiK buhavarit, Mrs. .1. f. Lthtt. ali.Qf here: and Mrs. J .H. Lainb nf'Caniihcnville. sliter of Mrs. and ' Patty In Memphis ' 'Talkie*" of Chinwe Bej|?rf DcUys Trip PHfq, (UP)—New dlifficMlt'os arisen fur the Jol'pt Sirio- Fre\ich Citroen cspcdllion which w\, • out (rom Pelping. this spring for. Chinese Turkestan, to t?ln the (jitreon expedition coming Syrn cverland to Ch.lna^. 'The French member^ of t 1 '? <*- iwditiori .arc accused, of .lakius sound motion pictures of C|iincs= ff 'H'-ij-s \vlthpu[ Chinese perinis- slop.. Chinese members allege tl\ai Ihis act was. contrary U> t{\e ii'jrQe- uiehl signed by the French members, and the espedltbn may be held.up unless assurances tire given -that the offense:will not be repeated. ™. t ,j . ., , ., llle Austrian goverUnicnt has Tjie bride frequently visits here, electiified Its • railway from the , Swiss frontier to (Salzburg and is _Bibl« j planning to •,;xttnd the service to Sch,bel Plauud The Fl_rst Methodist church Is FTionsoring a new plan for R week day .Bible'school vrdch.was inau- Eur'al^d' yesterday. Students cf this Sunday school lire being Invited-to Attend a Bible •_- school on each Wednesday mcrnin.g .from 8:3!. until IC:30 o'clock/- l:i addition'to a study of the' Bib)o, .conducted by competent Eiiriirylsers. there will be iptcrest- inp' ^recreation . and n 'dcv p'cricd each week. .ThU schpoj will ccrillnuc throiish the reriialnd.p'r'of It: summer. • ' Vicuna nn;l eventually lo Oraz. §pj|rff/ Ridge. Riyford, and Eysrttt Eubink?. RIH- firjK'i • I^utcrt : an(| Etayl- Whit»^»-er« sueslvln.fh: Vihln] hoqic Thhrjdaj aven\rig. • -' t 'W?l!U(« «ni) Shsd -Bevlll ( tie 'dance at LOtes Fri- ftiai.: .-'•••••M;s::y.'-R. Bevlll .cntertslnitt R nvtpber.-lel her {risrid! sith an Ic; cre^rrl tupper . Saturday, night.' • "•.•'•U|tV- Vfrnoh P»ype of Burdeth . vit Itti 'fKii cf.Slis £t3ylt:Whil- ' ' "' "'• day Dr. Miles' NERVINE work" says Miss Gliyar WHV DO.VT '. ypt; Tfi-Y IT? *9>*\hXn .three.; mgnthj n*rv4us Miss Whitsitt's Shop PECIALS Dresses: ' Shahtuni; and Wnshnblc Crupe Dressos. 55.i)5 viilutiii S"ctial $0,05 . Dresses: nnd Si!H Crcjie, SH) valtlt's. Spec- SO5 Don't Ra With Ha yot'r Adani's Apple with your finger. Vou ere aclually touching y;vjr larynx**fhis is your voice box-it corj'cajis your vocal cords.When you ton- =ic-c-r your Adam's Apple, you are ton- sideringyoui'lliroat- your vocal chords. Whan a iavvyef mokes c stctoment before 41 j-ji-y 1st.' bcuks it up v/iih sound evidence and focfs. Hero are Jhs fescts. Cerftiin harsh trriianls, present !n all raw fobuMos"- v/hich are expelled by LUCKY STRIKES exclusive "TOASTSNG" Process-"isre soli! by usfonmniifcictursrs of chemical compounds. In oilier words, the removal of these irnf ants in the ufacturs or LUCKY STRIKE is not a vnero pi-ocadure for the purpose of geilintj pn advertising phrase-it i; a eiefir.ito ;:;id vitally important process in rar.ciei-iiijj S.UCKY STRIKE Cigarettes less irrifaf ir.g then ether cigarettes, Semem- bar«-lUCKV STRIKE tomes to you gfrer >;?rsh irritants present in c!) raw tobaccos been expelled through iho exdusivo "TOASTING" Process. No v/ontier IUCK1ES are alv/ays kind to your threat. 3e- careful in your choice of Dresses; \Vasliiiliic Kja! C Slfi.50 pnr) §151.51 Shiintunj; nnd (.'hilTun. 10 .95 -lie ccnsuKed his " •' ' Ms t':.-= guest of Mir' »n rclix .r >\. ."did • th« ''.f?r this Colorrdj ^ r l * tJl«h.,:> (UP>- :-tti».'*Uj.llf!'-«Ki gapl5 N . . M i cs I-.KV1M-; Hats: Chtilcu of iiny Str;t\v or {Silk Hut in ouv entire slurp for unlv 1 Hose: 1 Jill of $?. C:itilTun Ilnsp, nil colors. China- licr pufr MISS wniTsnrs Including the use of Ultra VJolev Rays Sunshine Mellows—Hear Purifies Your Throat Protection Stg^^

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