The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 22, 1936 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 22, 1936
Page 3
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1936 CARUTHERSV1LLE, Mo. — Jurors have been named for the November Icnn of Pemiscot 'county circuit court, as follows: Braggadocio—Drury ixmg and Tom Orion; alternates, Lloyd Cal- lls and o. R. Crowe. Cooler—Aiuly Overtiirf and Ed Oaylor; alternates, Robert Jackson uii'J Spsncc Owens. Holland—Pete cotemau; alternate, Sam Hicks. Little River—Tom McCrory and Calvin Scales; alternates, Jim Wallace and Alex Crnbtree. Duller— Ods Doug:ilery; alternate, Harry pislier. Godair—Bwl Edwards; alternate Sherman Riddle. Haytl—loliu Thompson and J. Travis; alternate, c. O. Rnlnc St., and Lonnle Rklge\vny. • Pcmlscol—Ode Crawford and John Fields; alternates, i. Y. Iluit- man and C. B. Bryant, Pascola-Goah Pishcr; alternate. Odls Cajjle. Oregon—Lewis Pen-oil; alternate P. L. catcs. Gayoso—Harry Abshirc- alter- nalc, Blaln Blackwcll. Virginia-Sid Miohie and John Burrell; alternates, John Tj-l»r anil Boss Samford. Concord—Kenneth New and Henry Moon; alternates. Ed Mullins and Sam Hell. I.lttle Prairie (Caruthcrsvlllo)— John pierce, S. V. Bennett. Harry Keener and William sides; altcr- Jiatcs, Totnmie Thompson, j c Hawkins, Fred Minry and 'jess Speight. C'arulhersville Society — Personal I'at-t Matrons Elect At a meeting or the Past Matrons Club of the Order of Eastern Star, held Monday at the home o! Mrs. H. II. Urown, officers for the ensuing year were elected as follows: president, Mrs. H. T. Simpson; vice-president, Mrs. Jack Hart; secretary, Mrs. Mona Helm; treasurer, Mrs. E, A. Long; historian, Mrs. H. A. Boonc; assistant historian, Mrs. J. W. Davis. The newly elected officers will be installed at the next meeting of the club, to he held at the Masonic Hall on November 10. ".Mickey Blouse" Party Joe Finfrcd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Acuff, celebrated his sixth birthday with a "Mickey Mouse'/ . party • Tuesday afternoon, with ?o' .of his small friends as guests.'-"\>. '- - '''•- • ••'"'' • Jaca,ueljne Roland and Betty Sue Scott received prizes for the. Girls and Eugene Bailey and Floyd j "Capital Sees'* Spain's Ex-Queen Clay for the boys in («-o contests. • • • Mi:\ Ileckcr Entertains Mi-3. Amos Keeker entertained her West Side Bridge club nnd one extra guest, Mrs. John Cunningham, nl the Eat Shop Tuesday evening. Having high score, Mrs. Ctco Goodwin was presented the first award, and the second went to Mrs, Cunningham, Cc!cl)iali's Fifth ntrlhilay Little Miss Mildred Pcttet, better known by her friends as "Mickey," was given a party Monday afternoon by her mother, Mis. John Petty, In honor of her fifth birthday, at which there •vere 20 of her little friends to iclp her enjoy the occasion. I'rlzes were awarded to Uoi-otliy Seeker and Ellis Marie Hnyden. Mr. and Mrs. Albert- Michle are Announcing the arrival of a baby Sir], born Monday afternoon at Hie home of Mrs. Michie's par- -nls. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Corrington. The young lady has been Siven ll'.e name of Marilyn. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnruia Jones i|>ent-t!ie week end in Little Dock, telng accompanied on (heir re-' turn by Mrs. B, o. Bennett, mother of Mrs. Jones, who will visit •vith them for a short time. Mrs. Josie Faluk arrived here Tuesday morning to visit In the v '-ome of Mr. and Mrs. C. F Blo- kcr. Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Earnhardt, of Poplar Bluff, spent Tuesday In :liis city, visiting Dr. and Mrs. A. 3. Conrad. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. U Rcebuck. born Sunday evening BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS In the Methodist Hospital at Memphis, died a shorl time later. Mrs. Roebuck, the former Miss Jean Wnuon, Is gelling along nicely. Home Talent Play at S'eeSe School Tonight STEELE, Mo.—The'''Alumni as- I soclatlon of Stcele high school is sponsoring a play. "Coast to Coast," 1 which Is to b3 presented nt the high school auditorium Tinirsdny and Friday nlghls of tills week. The play Is directed by Miss Maurlla Taylor of the National Producing Company. A feature will 1>; a contest ta elect Slcele's most popular baby, I The cast Is composed of Lorena fleno, Hujnn Evrelle, Qulnton Still, Marshall nurroualis, Juanlta Steele, A. D. Abemalhy, Alice Mlchlp, William Kliourle, Phillip Koury, Gerald Brooks.' and Cecil Burls. . The chorus Is composed of lio'u- bla Sharp, Agatha Wright. Rachel Lcdford, Madaione Kolley I-cc. Eva Mae Peterson, Helen Curry, Q'Dell McDanlel, Tootsle Copclaml,. Mnr> Clnrk. Martha Robblns, Cleo Ozment, Dorothy Ycaser. nnd Aline Marshall. The stirring of ft new drink with the feather from a rooster's tall, during- the American Revolution gave the "cocktail" its name. ! The regal carriage of ex-Queen Victoria Eugenia of Spain is apparent in this exceptionally good picture of her, oblaineci ns she ! strolled m Washington, D. C [with her hostess, Lady Elizabeth : Lindsay, wife of ihc British am- L Ibassador, A Three Days' Cough Is Your Danger Signal A cough, chest cold or bronchial Irritation today may lead to serious trouble tomorrow. You can relievo them now with Orcomulslon, an emulsified Creosote that Is pleasant to take. Crcomulston Is a medical discovery that aids nature to soothe and heal the Jjifecled membranes nnd to relieve the Irritation and inflammation as the cerm-laden phlegm Is loosened and expe'Jed. Medical authorities have for many years recognized the wonderful effects of Becchwood, Creosote for treating coughs, chest, colds and bronchial Irritations. A chemist worked out. a special process of blendlns Creosote with other In- (jrcdlents so that now In Creomul- sion you get a real dose of Beechwood Creosote which Is palatable and can even be taken frequently olid continuously by adulta »nd children. Thousands of doctors now use Creomulslon In their own families and practice, and druggists rank Creomulslon top .became In this genuine, original product you can get a real doso of Creosote so emulsified that It goea to the very seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel genii-laden phlegm. Creomulslon Is guaranteed, satisfactory In the treatment of coughs, chest colds and bronchial troubles, especially those that start with a common cold and hong on and on. Get a bottle of Creomulsion right now from your druggist, use tt all up as directed »M If you. fail to get satisfactory relief, he Is authorized to refund every cent of your money. Oft Creomulslon right now. (Adv.) ELECTION PROCLAMATION Notice is hereby given that a general election Mil he held in the various precincts in Mississippi County, Arkansas on Tuesday, November 3,1936, for election of the following officials: One United Stales Senator. Nine Presidential Electors. One Congressman, (First District). One Governor^ One Lieutenant'Governor. One Secretary of Stale. One Slate Treasurer. * "One 1 State Auditor. /"" Uu v • : -"'One Chief Justice Supreme Court. One Associate..Justice"Supreme Court. One Attorney General. One Commissioner Stale Lands. One Prosecuting Attorney. One County and Probate Judge. One Slate Representative. One Sheriff and Collector. One Circuit Clerk. One County and Probate Clerk. One County Treasurer. One Tax Assessor. One Surveyor. One Coroner. Constables and justices of the Peace in Each Township. Also to vole on the following Measures and Acts: For County Road Tax. Against County Road Tax. For Initiative Act No. L Against Initiative Act No. L For Initiative Act No. 2. Against Initiative Act No. 2. For Initiative Act No. 3. Against Initiative Act No. 3. For Amendment No. 21. Against Amendment No. 21.. For Amendment No. 22. . Against Amendment No. 22. For A mend in en I No. 23. Against Amendment No. 23. For Amendment. No. 25. Against Amendment No. 25. 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