The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 8, 1934 · Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1934 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS "PAGE THREL-: Ten-Gallon Hat Is West's Crowning Gift to President :i. you .'.:iuuUI sue Hie snappy inocli-1 li-_- was given out west. whore pro.entmk? liiin with :i 10-gullon sombrero* ai the sili- of ihe .1! u UIIOHB o( move lliaii i: and KrE. Hoos;vell. , Looking- smilingly on are Gold in Ducks' Gizzards Ex-Sheriff Goes to Negro Held for Jury on Charge of Robbery SIIIBUIII Allen, neRHi. hits lji".'ii 'Id lc i In 1 ijr-nul Jury under WU'i LOi.d by Muiiicl];iil Ji;d|;i- C. A im on LI duller o[ ton- iiery. Jim HUJ;.TS. m'i;n>. ha-, l.r'i bot'inl i,n'i- uiuk-r .-liijllur Lui:d on 11 iliargf (,1 nci-r-.M-ry iu ri-lj- U-ry Tlicy in-,. alKvd In lu:j.| I :iNK-i|:nU'd in rotlx-ry ol UIIU'.IIIY | Kidjili Kobli-, yi,mh. win) i. chniiad with Diving u imniiiu .1 : I'lirfk.-; In local ineivluiuls ovci ilv past wook-eiid lia» w.nv- ed jiiTllmlniiry cxumlniitloii III.; bomi hus been set iu SfrfX). Willis Ihiv.tliomc. iii'urn. lins b.vn' fitu'd ticti mid M-nii'iiml ui 'ij iluys in jail on n rhiir r i- ,i| us- swill with n doi.dly wi-:i;.un. Young has bc.ii tin 'd ;r,'j iur illi-|-ai iii-vii :felmi nt iniiiMi 1 ..-.- ing liitiior. n iimi Ipula liut-lii-ti. iir- l:uvi- bun finul i:vi- th:. lni.i tot ilbiiiirUii!! tin- ).mc . T.-.n i-mte.> u Hi.- L, j..i:-.m- li-.ucil.-II liiuilly vein in 1 >.n • Imlliir v 1 ]::!!;. .s y :.TJ :nl 0! Ill - mv;j ..i;, n: mi ovirllin: crowd 01 Ash '. :-ptTiuuus 10 the court n;om yi.Mtulay. Colorful Baptism Given New Coast Guard Cutter ieola CoinmiUeemi'ii j USCKOI-A. In :: ii:.flity .--!OA,: ol li.:.in ;'iul :]K.,. tluj n-'v.- i'. n*t i;uard vessel OiKnidaga cltuliui Mclcwlsc Into thi' w;il:i', "1 !'.I-.III:IM- li : .y ai liuv liltv. Midi.. ;n ihis ci.li.rM launching cci?iiiony, n baptism wll- ! i-.i;.si'd liy liiiiiiln.d, 1,1 >|:ccl.ilci!.s. Tin Idli-fooi c;afi. it ll.OCO Ions erosi displucomciil, was chrkt- lustniCtiunS ""'' '>? - Mks A1U -' />rnu[<l. I:-..U- ; |U..T uf ltc|.:-.:i'Hiiuiv:- W. w. Arnold of Illinois. II will leave scon i lor iluiv i.-ii ;::: I'-.icillc cc-.i-.t. May Lead to Strike y"'!"«"y't!m. 1 I ! iviVm7iMfv.ir;i^.lVIt'clianical Devices Break 11 ""'" " v ' v - 1 "' i • « r. • n , |'.,,,::llile lor a circus tn tlml :iu)ii'!li explained the sciuit iitinibcrs: „. _ li-vi-1 ijruiind on Mill.:., u ralsj Its "ll'a Hie weather. Too hoi." COTTAGE GROVE, Ore. (UP) ton Wion'r^n-ding"iiuTiklnV"^ i Veteran Shifter S Record "!b- tvi.l. 'Hi? H;, S lu l'.,ik Ilot-l,! -- - — -Gold tumid In Ihe gizzards of ap;:i:r.u!ons lor collou -111011111:1115 : kll!U "" :i lll!lsllll! . lin - »» !>P->»liiC ducks to<lay led to the hope thai imilsr pruvlhlom ol tlie UniiV.!i:.id . "KR'.IH HJP) --Mn:< 1'rolllus °" fMh of lls '''S 1 ' 1 n ' l:>rs "> llK .placer gold is neailiy. acl. T. e week beginning !3<l:iy ant! iioltls a unique recunl. For -VJ >e:u-s F1 y°P °' i' 10 ' lu l- I O. V. Breese accidentally dis- ccmtiiming l!noii E h Wednesday, Au-:'"' llns l>f on dlupthi: the HIIK fur ''"-' '''S 1 ' sclicol covered the gold when he broke gust IS. lin» boon dislguati-J lor Ihe ' "ii- sliirt of nl! tnillliiB rud'j; on " ;i11 " l° oll > : >H Gizzard of a duck raised on Silk taking uf uppliuitloiis m Honlli MIs- Crcck. He then retrieved [mother sissljipl county, uiut community tiward he lind discarded and he.iili|ii:meis huvi- bji-n oslMbllslu-d Kinnrt oilier nuggets. The nuy B «s i i. c , a! com.niueomen [Hieiiillng fiom both ducks were worth about j tlll . , m ,,-, 1ing j TMei . (! . ly utu lls Io ,. Jcrfs: B. U. woodard. Al.:vLstu:i: Hu- i ! fus CJlay, West Ridse; Steve Coch-I 't-ian. Llllle Hlver; C. L. Di'aton, 1 k oy tlie HVH licrUn tructs. In inlilitlun. *' n s |''J 1'rolHns lor '.?0 yeais wt-ni to Ihnti- bnri; in ihe d.'iid Hrrliu season lo slnri liarni-is races thore. Mow Ihe liHrodiicliun of mo- ichiinlcul stiirtlny tli'vlci-.-., also tor trotiltH! riicc.s, has put an end to the rorovtl career ul llK- nnw TJ- 1 [or \i itrldliuii. Ilis 1 n Ilv2 miles lo a :;nll- nblc llel-l fur u diamond. Tno lop nl n hill—iivjiintain—was .•riniu-tl "II to iiinkc mi alrnqrt. Thi'ii! me IU springs svllhln tin; c(ir|ioiale city limits, glvlns the city more claim fur rr.:o;jiilLlon. Can lleli) Slolcn Kings Mass. iDP)— Hlngs has nevor i valutd ul MOO, stolen from Mrs. [insi; UiL-re t-Mward Asiiv.-orlh, wore returned to her buck porch In a coffee C3n liitrd with ii:iils nnd bolUi. Weather Was Too Hot For Ohio Nudists It .i ,-::i:ilinj i:f:-c! i:,ch.. tiiv. u<,;ni:il b:v.:l:l.v:; of tlie I j os:t-Mortem Out), pictured here in a Chica^G hc::i \.iv!i ill- to ; ; ;:n.iLii.r iiv-.-jjini- u;i .1 clutt(.-r of mi'iriuiL'tiL for the yncsts, doctors of ii<ipra r ai i'.;: trnm nil <:'yi r ill.-, n.iLii:ii. Piobahly :ni.- fis^t .six-edile/s loasunrLSler ever to sil st a tcttai Lo.nd. j. _\i. MI-.-MI^II. l.;:i- nt S-luriil:, :u.i>i:kr cl til,-- club. u:ornl n tremendous hit with the i meii':-ir.iU:! rs a:, lie yriui:;d out nl ihim. cijii:vi liaji^.lini, from his jawr. All memters of the cluo M:ncd a -ercll l-Tmii .-.ilihij ;li?ir .--krktnii.-. t-:i !h.- r;:;u!i!'::i:oi:, aj hint McAdcii. Hie founder. W. W. Hurt. o. A. Ooitsur. will!Ion: L. K" aijcck.i | Frcncliratin's unyoti; Jack Up.ajll. S. I/^ i u • r>-i JE. iinrrison. A. s. catchina-j. Das- ! Uzark mountain u«y SALEM, Ore (UP)-The stale sett; J. B. Wilson. Joiner; E. B.I R« Q .»c „< iwintentmry tojuy received n pris- Cliilw. W. B. Hnrteil. Pecan Point:', DOdSIS Ol uaaciiicut RAVENNA, O. (Ul>)-Trcinlcally, j oner who arrived unaccompanied' c. J. Ixnvrance jr., Driver- J. 11.! ' nudists of the "Kutnral Friends! nml brought his own committment Crnin, u. E. Lynch, WILson; It. 11. j EUISEKA SPRINGS. Ark. lUl'i ; Leagne," near Uootstovvn, found, papers. I Robinson. W. W. Hall. Charles |--' l ' rls O/.ark bills hcallh rciorl ! |he wcalher too hot for intdily re-; He was familiar wlih the pro- | Colcman. Kelser: il. c. Bryan, p.'. claims distinction. ..(cully. Thai's Ihe way Chester! iceilure. because he was ihe former!!'. Jacobs, r. E. Tompklns, C. C.\ As " II? oll| y ^y ln I 1 "' Unik-d , m,.;, K0 \ un y ] wn i\. explnlnetl thi'i sheriff of Jackmn County. and'Enuen. Oscoo'.n: H. T. Secravra, J. iSlnlcs wilh a bu.s.:m=nl. .'-lioi-tnije of members when Shoilff often hnd handed the warden com-' E. Davh. 1-Tauk Antlers, R. C.! As ihe only city Hint cannot have u-roy Jones rnidod (lie colony. : mitunent papers foi prisoners in' Langston. Liixorn; If. p. Liston, » Circus. ! only three. In l\» nude, wore his own custody. ; Burdelte: J. H. Plug. O. L. White, Por havln tun cljlit-iciiry , olel (niind by Hie sliarlfl \vlien he pen-. The former sheriff, Gordon L.' Osceola; J. T. ]tc and Churlre nnd. ench floor a ground tlnar. : etralcd the muss of imderurowlh Schemrehorn, was indicted hi eon- Woodruff, Lepanlo; Ben Wesl, l-:io- i A r-avc which extend i mvl;r tin rounding Hie camp. All were noction with the southern Oregon war.; W. F. M. Ferguson and R. A.'IUDSI of |ho cily gives claim lo Ihe men, silting around n home-made initlot llieft case. Cromer, Carson; O. M. Hill, Jlarie. iirst dlsllnciion. Hillj mak; II l:n-' picnic Inble. Riel, nl his office, : The mime of Porlland, Ore., was .dix-lili'd by Ihe (Up of a coin. Two 'ninnes, Portliuul and Baslon, the Iliiime towns of two real estate ! men, were cohslilcred, and i'oit- ! land won. SHOE SHOP Across tho Ktrcia From Uoxy Theatre High class slioi rapahiiiij willi Ihi- Inlcst lyiw machlticiy and quality mat ti [nl. U'r Arc AH- Near You Al Vour Telephnne Trrr- call for & delivery f-ervwe PHONE 1M I'aill Hargrove - H. B. Campbell Gahihad C iironklvn city. Ihi't Dli:;h- j !oy rtJiy, Bob Neety, aylvian C-ird- !iry; clerks, Floyd Dausjheriy, Hom| -v htarnps: alternate judjes. C • M. Ciray. J. H. Tnrvjr. E. E. Wine, uarn; aRerniile clorlL^. A. Doliiib. i Charley Sickles. I FTTCWAH:— Judges, M. P. iucn- ' r.rdion, J. T. Dav.dsoii, lio« Hol- j lo\vay; clerks. Ben Jackson, M. Hol• man; alternate judyes. R. H: Wil, moth. Eil Wildy. A. O. Jackson: j j allcrnale clerks. Miss Rose Conkle, j • Mi.ss Florence S|K?aks. ! ! I-'KAZIEK SCHOOL:—Julias. J ] P. Holoman, John Guest. t.d : Stiger; cleiks. EltK'rt Einilh. I-esn-i .Tcrr'.'ll; allerml? judgi-s. O.-.L-.;-I •Tolbert, Einilh Paynt-. G. O. Hood, ! alternate clerks. Henry Tmld. M.f ; Franks. | I STILLMAN SCHOOL: — Dswey I ! May. Alien Eason. J. B. Herndon,| | judges; c. f,. Peacock. Charlie i 1 Wocuri:ff, Rcy llerndon, alti-rnatej J judges; Johnnie Harris. Rural Wil-] month, clerks; Fred Betterton, Wii-: i lie Maiiin. alt^rn.ite clerks. • ! HATCHER SCHOOL: — ROES Smith. V. n. D.ivLlson, J. D. Hlan- • ford, judges; Henry Bradford, Joe j Harris, John" Ca«>idy. alternate j judgc-s; Hayes Sullivan. FreJ Smiih j;-.. clerks; P>. P. Cox, M. R. Sisco. alternate clerks. rle:ir Ijke Townsiiip CLEAR. LAKE:—J. N. Whit;. J. A. Hayn-s. u. F Djrby. Jirl^::: .'•ny i\I:ller. w. P. Liinsford, alternate judges: Wilt-y li.ill. Ctni:li'tlP C prowl.-r in to Ihc LIU! (if a lair ma-di ti in dlstivs: - : Tl'onuon, cli-iks; T. K. Kinuolpli. and :i iri..hUir (;.irdn:; i-ontnl a m-sgcd . w ;.£-.. Smlln alleniat-j clerks. »l:o :i'u-ii>;:l(-d la cnrry her o!f. She n;: ';>'r ;-"il;ji:.i'-:>-d clrntipioti. Pri unar Siinjnr Tnu-r-.lii|> ROKA:—-Ill<!:>-,--W. I). Bow-n. .1. T. Cooper. L. U. lir,/c|l,. : i-l,»l'.s. NEW LIBERTY:—Albert Payn?, : H. B. smith, s. II. Bjvill. jir.lgos: J. • M. H:irdin. u. Girrotl. alleriute ! I ui:l<cs; IJunlor Crook. C. H. Wrbht I clerks: l!;nni- Hessii'. Dick BJvill | .illeninlo clerks. ; Half Muon Tou'iislii|> I Frank p.ilf. LO'-! irawkhiv L»bn.l ! IKdgo. jud-:os: T. w. Hill. I-Vank I Ai"li:i. j. G. HicKirilssn. altennte i-<)g:?s: J. K. Johnston. Woojro.v •>:.<. Clor.ild Sisk. Nap Ktia. l.illlr Kivi-r I'nutKbip Walter I'crniintcr. Sam 'in-rin'ii:, i r."li. II. Wolxbrd.'l> B Thon'i])-1 f lor 'V clc ^: Hers:el AljN3iiJ.-r. II als.'inatc jud.-is. All::-i-t I,•.-!•. ir.i:-- ; ( ni. jud-cs; L-nis \vliite Wallri ' u - SnatK-yfclt. alternate dorks vt-y Pciniiiiu-r: -iti t .fn,i:r i li-r'-:s.. I'.nki-r. C'li.irlio Eiby alli-r' ;' • i «5<>W«u I/ike To»n.lii|i Hoy \Valk.-r. n i\ Hodji-s. j.;<!:j.-s: Hub Coo;icv ".S.im Moi.i-i E - A - Rc 3enold. J. E. Cr.un c: W Ti-ny Tnniulifi) ' |-i,it-.rry. cHl:s- M \el=0'i 1, Bfv- Fer S lls ™. judges: J. P. Dyi/l- N01.1KNA: -Jiidsr-s. Knris Crai;:.' aist. rJltrrnali- judqcs ' | " nrilln »c-:-lick. alleriMH- juJj=: K. K lAiieh. Clias. Hall: cli-rk.= .' Wlftil 1 HIIX1K:—W. II. l.-;;r.ini. ; S ; ^' """don jr., s. A. Ri-.yinM Mr>. C. K. Lynch. MIT,, ram.-; R. A. Shell:y. C. A. l-'ilzwiiler jud-i clorXs: J - A - Apple. Dvviohl .\n i?r- Criii;:: nltoinalr. judsex. N. \v. : M.I: W. K. "joiws. K M. I*r. Sam '"" "" " ' ' H.im-.v Uv. H.ini|-Min. lul )j,..,i ; ;.|.' Hall, altetniitp jinlgc.s; Kmmett Krii:':c r-lrrks. Mrs. Kr.l.. lliib. Mi-.'Allen. um Smi |i, dorks: c. C Lou Mihidv. 1'i'caii Township I'KCAN" POINT: ... Indues. I Illarkinan. Fred Kawyei-s. alternalo : c'.rrks. MH.LIGAN RIDGE:—James De K U.. U. R. E. Branch. Rayinoiirl I Spain. Hob Barker. Armour Sjirks. Kin--: I'Ic-vks. Charley Webu. J. C. i jiitli;es: P. Shriller, alteinatc judge; EIIL«n; iillonulr jtitlijes. Bill j A. Shriner. John Barker, clciks. Guires. Charlie 1-Vienri: nlli'rnale clerks, A. M. Kinp. Diitcli Garksan JlfGavook Tnnnship JOINER:—Judgas, Carl Adams. Frank Wheeler, L. c. Sivck: clorks, Bill Spiccr. Johnnie Biirncllc: alternate judges, Terry Mitchell. G. ^ SLsk M. Sllvsrstein; Altftrilalc h B O W M A K SCHOOL:—Emmelt Bagwell. Kay Bradford, J. J. Shir- Icy, judges; Waller Morris, M. J. chandler. A. p. Brown, alternate jnclBCs; Sam Duncan, W. A. Stal- lor, clerk-s; J; T. Simpson, Huston Bennett, alternate judges. I.INNEY'S STORE:—Juri^M,Bur- iU clerks. More than 70.000 you us man • and women me Ireln? senl through '. college by Ihc federal goveriuncnl under Hie emergency relief program, at a cost of more than SL- 1 COO.COO a month. Phone 777 Al Nlehl— Sunday— Anytime For Quick >n< I Wrecker Service Phillips Motor Co. looks like you like them too They Satisfy — that's a good reason for liking anything *^*v VIVIAN JANIS AND BRICE HUTCHINS ' in tbt ZIEGFELD FOILIES OF 1934 comedy hit nvmotr I LIKE THE UKES OF YOU' the cigarette that's MILDER the cigarette that TASTES BETTER e i»««, Uwin ft Mnu T*u<«« O. .«<-<-

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