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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 18, 1934
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Pptjgj FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, Socki Cfhrdir ,^ r ^T^^^ -w^^^^^^^^ . . . Cfecft N*. T.ol.tte '*• M- V- of the . M4ttv>di*t church will rotet .wHb'_Mn. Ji*c -.abotbwican, Circle No.' 2 wHb'Hn. £ug«ne Die*. ineon «nd Circle No. 3 »qd 4 wiUj Mrs. George Kubbird »t 3 o'c|9C(f. Circles No.' 1, 1, and 3 oj thi Woman's Auxiliary of rtts Flrjt Presbyterian -churcS will 'rrie$t ; at the church it 3 o'clock, followed by live auxiliary mailing at f:00, The Business and Frofessiorial Woman's Club will meet at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. Rose SteveriJ, •wife MiH Cbr» Lee Colimaji, Mrl. Howard Proctor, tod. Mitt Margaret Moore, hotliiett. Tidbits Favored Over Sweets tor Parties Son Bora Mr. and MIS, H, c. Kerir.e£y. of Clear Lake, tnno-jcce . the birth, of • son last night at the BljthertUe Hospital. The child, who wt£ riimj td Richard, *e!ihtii 8 i»i pwids. Twtas Bora Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Crouch announce the birth 6j twiri b6ys. The babies, who wilfbt^. seven and eight pound* e^h, h»v« Men named tirry 1 Wayne • and • Shrjley James, . ', t • * Birthday ratty Mrs. Cecil Lowe enttrtiined twenty-six childr?ii M-ttp- CHUROH-OF -THE- NAZARtNE Enpha D. bnsky, Putor, 9:45 a.m., E.' I Evans, Siipt., Morning wbrshlp, 1J:0 Oa.m. Ser mon subject: "T»o Baptisms." N. Y. P. 8. 7:00 p.m. Evening service', 8:00 pjn. Scr mon subject: "Thinking and Mak Ing Haste." II. J. Sunday school Morning service 9:45 a.m. Sermon theme: Man 1 A "The Faithful Chris- His Heai-pri " * you. GIVE TO PROSECUTOR (Conllnned from Page 1) changing the poll tax date to September 1 it would be put far enough away from election time to eliminate purchases for political ^ ^ ^ conflne ^ ^ ° f fr <" lc )>f * those sufliclently "»««icd In public affairs to pa> ( ". clr i" 11 ta! «* ° f »><!\r own nili-j at ' ve ' A cc ""inlttee wa s appointed How Drouth Has Killed Com Jesus says, "Blessed are they that submitted to the governor and esus says, esse are ey a hear the word' of God and keep it." 1 1CBlsltltllrC! neXt Wlntor ' While the official count shows Hugli Craig, Osceola, leader In the race for circuit court, clerk, 383 voles short of a clear majority Addlson Smith, Blythevlllc, on Sixth street afternoon In honor of th'8 thftd birth: day of her son, Attfr FIRST METHODIST CHURCH W. V. Womatk, Pastor Church school, 9:45 a.m. Church worship, 10:55 a.m. Sermon subject, "Which Way Arc some effort was underway at Osce- We Traveling?" Sola yesterday lo persuade the two Epworth leagues, 7:15 p.m. 'candidates to leach an agreement Evening worship, 8:00 p.m. Borland llius avoid u run-off primary mon subject, "Building Your There was nothing to indicate, Throne." however, that either of the candi- Visilors welcome at nil services, dates was friendly to the idea, and . the prospect seems lo be that, vol- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ! eis of the county will be called A (ray of hors d'ueuvres make* the most attractive party refreshment. opehihg tne'tfits triitTtn* i»f 5ts had brought to the Kohprte games were played. Tfc .traditl«i»r bii;th; day cake iias cut; ijteJ .the ehil- <jren had bloton out thi ihre>-c«n- 'dlts, and ice , cream . M* • served, .with the asslj'tinc'e , 01.: Jimmy's grandmother, Mrs. If. T. Moon. Favors of' ftrfdjr- Bcjji -.»'Jft pri-- wnted to. each, iueM. : Besides Uie tw«nty-Ji)c children who wire prtfcii,. irioludtrij ToB McGarrity, of Otoaola, tjUrii were twelve moiMn ibd' attetufcj • i . i Marriage iUc«M*, A inarrUiit 4cen*« wi* issued this week to M/. Vefnoi Siwjieon and iiUc. Cori Bultajte, bbtti. of . Manila. . . . * • • ~ Hire Swtamhit Party ' . . ' v The Senior^ K»g«e ol tb« ferst . Meihodiit churtji, Frfridi : Ad»m» pTeslden£, had i swUoiwnj party ,»t the Chlciifo to$'peel. Thursday night. After.' awimijilaj. t|»e ' twtnty members went fo.'ibe' ftorfte oi L|wf tencc Hood o«;Hl«t)W«7 61 wbert th*? were aSmd) Iwi wStermsico pile brilliant New York hostess but don't cut them up until time —iimous fof her ability to make I to serve, eylrybn* have a good time—suys lhat slcklshly-swe;t refreshments will ruin any party. She ndvlses Some Ftah Tidbits Remember that anvhovies and snioXed salmon on toast squares worhen to serve htig'e plalters of|arc "liked by nearly everyone, hors .d'oeuvres inslcail of Ihlcklyj Pickled herring, plain boiled ham frosted cakes or ally salads. And; in little rolls, sardines iservcd in jhe thinks thai Ihcs?.so-called luxi' their own can) ami clcvlcd eggs ury lldblls are pusL ns good with allernoon tea or coffee as v.'ltn Icid drinks. .Th,ere are few necessary icc- box staples that you must have on • hand if you rhors d'oeuvres are (o be successful. First of all, you need crisp salad greens. Wash the lettuce nous before you nead it, wrap in' a moist linen towel and put in the icebox to clvill. Do lh« same with parsley. Sec that you have plenty of fresh lemons, are favorites, too. If you want to ndd n touch of luxury .to your party, out caviur on crackers or in hollowed-out picks, are quite hearty and perfectly delicious. And cold ' fresh shrimps, also on toothpicks,' grouped around a small glass ^owl of tartar sauce, are an Innovation-to be proud, of. A bowl of fresh crisp vegetables is a new Idea these days. Include endive, hearts of celery, radishes, green onions nnd squares of raw turnip. If you own one of those enormous round platters, arrange your canapes In colorful formation on Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. B. T. U., 6:45 p.m. Teachers conference, Wednesday. 7:30 ftm. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8:00 pm. with the Sunday school in charge. There will be no church services. boiled eggs and serve with slices It. If not, put several small plat- ot lemon. Rudlslies, cut to resemble tulips, rue decorative as well as tasty. And cucumbers, sliced lengthwise and garnished with green pepper rings, provide a colorful touch. An Innovation ters on n big tray. Be sure thnt you have a fairly wide variety. Have several kinds ot fish hon> d'oeuvres, at least one that's digestible. By the way, better put a bowl o! salted nuts oh the buffet. Guests who don't fancy ca- Tiny sausages, stuck on tooth- napes will be grateful. SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH J. H. FitrtrtraJd, Acting Pastor Tommy Began, Suyt. Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Church service, 11:00 a.m.: sermon subject, "The Young Man of the Great Refusal." B. Y. P. U., 7-00 p.m. After the B. Y. P. U. those present will attend the tent service at Chtckasawba and Division. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH S. II. Salmon, P/istor Sunday school, 9:45 a.m., classes for all ages. Young People's meeting, 7:00 p. m. Program in charge of Miss Mable Simon's group. , ._,_.._,. . ., A rriirritgi . l)c«i*f ..w»i : lisuid '' Mri. Autrl* • . .. tl)te..we<* to Ml.'ftuS?' GiUrwqM, of -Bran;. City ( *pdkifi, of -;B*rt ritd by the SfT several days as the guest of relatives. Mrs. Rllty B. Jones, who has been visiting p friends In at. I^ouls iti fthree days, has returned to tier home. Miss Rosetta Hamon of Fullou, y.i U the guest of her sister, Mrs. .' J. • Mr, and Un. rioUnce th* . fei daughter, Atuii Long, son of marriage ed oh. ,61 Riv. Mr. Baptist if-.*. , - .:l6-.». TOW i, Tbi j, for several days. . J. T. Rarriey, who has been In Dr. Campbell's Clinic in Memphis tor' the pkst month, lecupemtlng trorn, » major operation, returned to his home yest'e-rday. He will 6* - confined to his bed for two fr.ort *'Mks. J. T. L«htl. *ho has been Vlsttinjf wlatrves in New Cambria, 111., will return home (his after- neon. Mir. and iiri. S. F. Norrls and daughter, wh<5 have teen vlsllin Hbrriersville Society — Personal Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Kcnlcy re- lurhcd Sunday from Chicago, where they nltcndcd the fair, fhey spcnl a few rtnys in Sf, Louis, buying goods fdr thelf store'. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Rcmley and C. F. Klrkman were, in Walcott, Ark., Tuesday. Mrs. D. A. Ruftln. Miss Maria Bunch and Miss Ruth Simpklns were in Blythevlllc Monday. Mrs. W. R. Llmbaugh and daughter, Miss Anabcth, and son here j.V : i»i».:. pirform-J Sundsy. iptliigs, Ark., will return home M ° n( "»' , July V), by the ' • ftaator' .of the . ti oj'.tate City, at his home. Charles , Smith accoitt* panled the omipie. " The bride" was dwwid in i powder blue ad linen, sports -- —- —"-rvt nuivv, UMC«j O^JUIUI ensemble with blue sheet and white accessories. Both Mr. Long Mrs . attended th«' city hijh school arid were active in . extiaicurrteular or- giriizatloris, being mtmijert of several clubs. At present they ar« a't the home of the bride's parents. • : * * ; * lictnie iiaoed. i.A marriage llcenit was isiusd-fo Mr. WUBon D. Gray and Mia Ruby Holford, ol Trenton, Term. * • * S«rprise PiHy Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Stratford en- tertaalned two tables of bridge at their home at 1112 Ash street last evening in. honor. of the birthday of Mrs. James Hill,, jr. The decorations consisted 'of, garden flowers, and. refreshment! of ice-cream «nd cake were served. Besides the honoree and the host and hostess those present at the. surprise party *erc Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Mlerbw mud Mr. and Mts.-K.-D.' Caipenter Mildred Warren, of Haifa, Teu- iuie, wfio has been visiting her aunt.' Mrs. P. E. Warren, for Ihc ps'sl «wli, will relurn lo her home Monoay. Her parenls. Mr. and Mrs. .D. C. Warren, will arrive Ihis aite'rnoon to fpend the week end here tefora accompanying her home. Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Branson und family visited Mrs. Branson's mother, Mrs. W: D. Fullerlon, ill FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH E. K. L»timcr, Pastor Bible school, 9:45. Holy communion and sermon 11 am. There will be no vesper service. I Everyone is cordially Invited to worship. upon to decide between them August 28. The vote for this race was: Craig, 4,217; Smith, 3,414; R. B. (Skeet) Stout, 11M. Other county races were decided by margins ranging upward from the just less than a thousand votes by which Roland Green de- feaetd Joe Dillahunty for treasurer lo Uie nearly 1,200 votes by which Miss Carey Woodburn won over Fred Flecrhim for county court clerk. Official figures are: Counly court clerk:—Miss Woodburn, 5,051; Fleeman, 3,856. Treasurer:—Green, 4,054; Dillahunty, 3,983. Representative: —Ivy W. Crawford, 5,006; C. J. Little, 3,860. Judge G. E. Keck polled the largest vote given in the county tb a candidate having opposition In his race for renominatlon for circuit judge he received 7.66: votes. Judge NSil Klllough, Wynne was also renominated by a big vote. 6,963, while Jeff Biallon rarsgould,' was. a poor third will 1,618 votes. W. J. Driver, Osceola, seeking re ily over Clinton Caldwcll, Manila nomination for congress, won cas Striking evidence of what Ihc record dvouth has done to the coin rop in the nation's granary in the midwest is shown here. The fe\v Kernels on Ihe car of corn which the St. Louis county. Missouri, arm lad is holding give a eoort idea of what Ihe yield will be when shucking time comes around. rulrell Urges People of Slate to Visit Fair better, than white as the piece dc resistance of a meal." '' LITTLE ROCK. Aug. 18. (UP)— Gov. J. Marion Fulrcll isf-iiEri a proclamation today rc'iuindlng that Tuesday is Arkansas day at the Chicago world's fair. He urged all residents of the state to attend, if possible. The London Transport Board operates 3156 railway carriages, 5312 omnibuses. 2518 Iramcars. 453 fno- lor coaches, and 60 tralley-buses. Joey, funny-looking little clown who Is appearing with the Lee' Bros. 3 Ring Wild Animal Circus j which will appear in BIylheville on Tuesday, Aug. 21, for two performances and a free street paratle on Circus Day, beilcYei his job Id to make the children laugh. Th2 things that he brushes aside as mere Incidents to his work an: such stunts &s tumbling, climbing along balcony railings, or flitting about on tin aerial network. The chief end nnd aim, he eon- MT'niicI Mrs. Dave Egbert went '™f- { s lo '' wow ' r ^ rhrl.incHou In HAvnh^nV TVrm A Clown has 'to tC STREET METHODIST CHURCH 6.693 to 2,210. In the stale races Mississippi' county voted for the winners with one exception. Hal L. Norwood, attorney general, although apparcnt- |ly defeated In the stale, received his iisual big vote in this counly, Slain." Corner Johnwn and take Sis. I defeating Carl E. Bailey here by W. S. LfRejr. Pastor 15,919 to 2,874. Sunday school, 9:45. . rrcaching, 10:4^ Subject.—"A Happy People ol God." League program, 7:00. Preaching, 7:45. Subject:—"Breathe Upon These Archaeologist Loses Interest in Dam Site Cannibal Chieftain Preferred "Long Pig" LONDON (UP)—"Long pig" is tastier black than while. Thai's whal n cannibal chief told, Malcolm MacDonald, son of Britain's Prime Minister. Lo:*3 pig" is cannibalise for cooked and edible humanity. Malcolm, who is under secretary lor the Dominions, lold a party of English school girls, bound lor a trip to the Fiji islands, thai they might meet an 'old friend of his —a cannibal chicltaln. "I once asked him what human flesh tasted like." sulil MacDunald "He said It lasted like pur!;. An he added that lie liked black men Read Courier News Want Ads. \Vcd ay to Hornbeak, Tcnn, where Mr. Egbert will work for a tew weeks. Mr. mid Mrs. Mnrvin Haire artfi Eiio, Don, and Mrs. R.' T. Merrick and son, Leo. spent last weekend in Roscdale, Miss., as yuests of Mis. Fount Armslrong. a psychologist," Joey said. "That means he mustn't gitow so old that he forgets to understand boys and girls. He must know what appeals to thctr sense of humor—and he must convey to them the fact thai he is their friend." HOOfi RIVER. Ore. (UP)—Bradford island, scene ol the Bonne- Preaching at New Liberty, 3:00 ville Dam site, has ceased to be of p ' m - .[Krieger from the Smithsonian Tn- Suoject:—"A Gospel of Dirt or interest to Archaeologist H. W '"•y-" stitution. You are cordially invited to all Two large mounds on the island ese services. wer e said to contain remnants of a prehistoric race which roamed the Columbia River Gfirge. After lengthy and careful search Kiieger declared they arc ; the work of nature. The mounds revealed Flatheart spent » week at the fair. Cawson Springs, ky., Wcdnes'dav [ Mr ' "'"' Mrs - ''• M - CrosK ' of Mr. Brinion-and family have re- A'^lu. Ark., visited Mr. and Mrs. turned..biit Mrs. Branson remained. and will be away for about two wseks. Mf. and Mrs. J. D. Couraps and daujrjter, Miss Yalette, and Mr. atd Mrs. H. C. Kline, of Pasa- fisna,.Calif., who have be'eri spsnd- ;ng the summer in Missouri, will ce ths guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Barham for the v/sek end. Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Cope and | JtK y- of the f ourtli generation in rons, Edwin and Ralph, returned I» world-famous circus family, was Monday from Chicago, where they'* 10 " 1 in a dressing, roofn at Urook- - • 'lyn. He wns 5 years old when lie wore Ills first makeup. He is now nearly 49 years old, and nearly all of his life has been rlcvolcrt to what he regards as one of the most exciting professions In ihe whole professional category. "Like my lather, I have spent A. M. Golden here Sunday. Their son. L. M. Cross jr., and his wife, who had been here for two weeks, i elm ned home with them. J. II. Foard. former director of vocational agriculture In the hours working out little tricks of schools here, visited trlends here j expression," Joey explained. Tuesday. He lives • in Willow Springs. Waldrup Baby'Dies 2,000 Negro Baptists Attend County Meeting OSCEOLA, Ark.—Two thousand "• negro Baptists have been attend-1 homc ' 3206 Wcst Chlckasawba Ave- Ing regular evening meetings or' mlc Rl 8 °' clock "'is morning, fol- <he Mississippi County Missionary °»' in S n few (ln >'S Illness of coil- Billy oltl dai I never go oul before an aiidieii- wlth a jet program arranged beforehand. I try out llic crowd Mrs —sec what mood itjs_"in, what will make it. hush. That's wlicrc psychology comes in, for no two au- diencc5 ar , Jean Wnldrup. D months c TidVen If ai, aughtcr of Mr Biid Mrs. J. ™^™'_ ,„' ^ died at the family . I start, with the laugh *" Biteoj News Mostly Personal ==-^'-- ;;• ' ; " . . i Tbi R«v. E.' K. Latimer, -who hat been holding a'meeting at Holly Springs. Miss.; foMh£ past two wWfcs, reluru'ed .home today. Mr. and Mrs: '.C.' D. Borii, sSH, '0«U, and diughtefs, Misses France* 'and Janlrt; bf Paragduld, Mr. «nd Jirs. Scott; of' Caruthersville. artd' Mr. »nd Mrs. Capehart, o! Hifland.' «}ll nrive tomotrow for .tW funeral >.qf, B. f. Qtlbreath. Barney .T.'.' Loveft, of Maiion, ATk, fa tW-.gnfet.6<Tits. John Lortf and ttrhily.; . Mr*. R. ft. "lock ahd ! fiaujhter. •fc»»eth, of: cnilthertyille, Mo,, tfftftt laMiy,' calksd by the ill- hM of: ttrv. Iffck'i, mother, Mrs. Wi t. K&Ouat&. Mrs. -KUtlndall , Oooench *nd i, ytnt .ttabeth, tn& Mr. «M Mn..R«t MWM, uxl diiijh- ttr,- Mttjort*,-.'<»»- tp*ndta* .the : d*r ID ttaiafOt' .Then tiey . wiil .|MLM.» fteok'tt'OnrMo Ptrk. .• teft' ; .yw- . «od JCUlnt- ftoo, Term., wbet ibejwlB spend Baptist Sunday School. B. y. i>. U. Qnd .singing convention here this week. Members ol the Pleasant Drove Baptist church, where the Rev. s. M. Edwards is pastor, are hosts to the convenllon. which will continue through an afternoon session. .J. Morgan of Wilson is chairman ot the B. Y. p. u. department, F. B. Brown of Reiser heads th: Sunday school department, and Z. E. Johnson ol Blythcvlli; Is .-leading the singing convention. Dr. J. I*, ciark of Pins Bluff, president of the negto state Baptist Association, addressed Ihe group Thursday evening, The sessions are being held under a bl« cotton: storage shed belonging to the Farmers Gin company and lo" t f d . ™' tn « site of their gin, which burned a. few years ago. Hospital Notes Admitted: Wilbur" Scrape, roulc I' Mrs. A. C. Kennedy, city; William Charles Crowe, city. is. Funeral services will be held this Itcrnoon at 3:30 o'clock at North lawba cemetery. The L. G. Moss Undertaking company Is lu charge i[ funeral arrangements. The deceased Is survived by her larcnts and' four brothers »nd sis- Marjorie Bucket! '•Teacher,.All Types of •.• : Dancing. Registration .Aug. 31, sept. 1 ' • -Studio at Hotel Nobl« ng—why, the job is done. Rend Courier News want Ads. Traces ot a forgotten snake re- igion. ivlflcrilly practiced by an-1 cltmt Inhabitants of Ihc Island of| 3relc In the Mediterranean, hftvo been discovered in excavations Ihe.anclenl Cretan c\ly of Knossos. SHOE SHOP Across the Street From Rosy Theatre High class shoe repairing i the latest type machinery anrt quality material. We Are As Near You As Y»or Telephone Free call for & delivery service PHONE 1M Paul Hargrove - H. B. Campbell BLYTHEVILLE Ol TUESDAY, AUGUST £t JL CIRCUS GROUNDS, MAIN & LILLY LEE BROS. 3 RING TKAIWCD WILD AXIMAL CIRCUS ttf £ SHOW tBWTvlS DIFFERENT W1LDAMMALS1 CIRCUS.! WgJ) WEST! rCES B FREB STREET f A*'A»|; AT-NliOX Lone Wolf Navigator To Sail Seven Seas LONG BEACH, Cal. (UP)—Cap- am Harry Pidgeon, the, "lone olf navigator," is gelling ready -i sail the Seven Seas again In 1D21, he pushed off in a 34-4 oot yawl and didn't return for mr years after circumnavigating he globe. Sctimen hereabouts still all tire feat as one of the grqat- st exploits of daring and skill in lodern times. As on lhat ndvcnture. Pidgeon "ill be alone when he points Uie iller of his craft across the Pa- Iflc. Just where lie will go he lasn't decided. His plans are in-i omplelc beyond Hilo. his first pro- j Iccled stop. Pidgeon. a former Iowa farmer, ives aboard his boat, the Islander. rhonr 7J7 At Night—Sunday—Anyllme For Quick and Dependable Wrecker Service Phillips Motor Co. Making, Re-blocking t Trimming Hats can mak« ynar old hail like new. steam blocked into uj new Style. . Mrs. II. G. WicUiain - Bus Hall At Out RnMenee 611 West Main - - Phone Zge Hand .operated adding machines'. Phone 67 E, B, GEE COTTON CO. Indian relics which are said to he comparatively mortem and indicate that the mounds were used at one time as a burial ground by the Indians. Read Courier News Want Atfs. Automobile Sales Co. Cor. Main & Fifth (Successors to J. C. Applcby Motor Co.) Studebakcr, Hudson, Tcrraplane and Willys cars. Electric Refrigeration Get our prices and lerms before you buy any elcclric rcfrlgcralor. TO My Loyal Friends- Mere words cannot tell each of you .who supported me so loyally at the election Tuesday how deeply I appreciate the honor you have bestowed and the confidence you have displayed in my. ability to properly administer the office of Comity Clerk of Mississippi County. The large majority you gave-me was most gratifying and I thank each of you from the very bottom of my heart. Carey Woodburn THIS EXECUTIVE SPEAKS FROM EXPERIENCE— NINE YEARSjOFJTt 11IS name is known wherever aac-\ ^ •*•* c«:s5ful business-men gathtr ,~.~? is recognized us an authority on the intricacies of Profit anrl.LossT*^ a prominent citizen -nith the in»ft!u- able gift of foresight ^V^,*^ ."Detailed slatisHaTconipirted over" a number of years havis definitely proven that the Newspaper has pro-' dured more sales at a corresponding-' l> lower cost than any other medium' we', risve^tried.|ItfTeacbe8Jmot* people, is universal in its appeal and i« iu perfect spirit with our product; modern,"* concise,^ fresh > u-ith', the news of our moving UTCS," ' ~ The Newspaper Is The Most Pmverfttl World!

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