The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 6, 1934 · Page 4
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FOUR BLYTHBVILLE, - (ARK.) - Lynvvootl Rowe's Home ••.. Town Enthusiastic, Resents 'Hill Jiilly' Stories .'. EL DORADO, Ark., Scirt. 6. (UP)—El Dorado Is on a tnisclmll boom. Tlic town lias Jf>nc "ga ga" over the meteoric cmnb of ils fn- yoritc Km, Lymvood T. tscliool- boy) Rowe, 10 bnscbnll's hall of /•me. Dasty bulletin boards liave been wiped on' :uul whencter Rowu pitclws for Hie Detroit Tigers Icms 'crowd about them. Ever since Kowu lilt ills wln- • niiig streak Hint took him lo 1C straight victories lo tic [lie American League record, El Uoruilo hns been baseball conscious. When -> p ord of his rccord-makiiis game readied hcic fans run up and down the sircc(s of tills otherwise, decorous city, fhonlinj; Hie news that, "Schoolboy hns knocked 'em cold again." Pictures or the blrcipiriinu 22- year-olrt pitcher upiKiiri'ii by ilo/.- ens In store windows. EnlhiLshiilic signs were placnrricd. One niter- prising newspaper slaml operator : displayed: '•Schoolboy wins, rend 'cm »ml weepl" Beside Una siuii were iiiclurcs or Rove and Miss Edna Mary Skinner of El Dorado, who will become Mrs. Ro\vc when Ihe world , series Is over Iliis full. Their engagement was announced after • Rowe's IGth victory. Ne»8p:i|)w sales l|«vo exceeded those for any of the DilliiiBcr and Barrow dcsiwrndo forays. One thing tlic people hero don't . like Is (he imaginary stories' oi Eastern sjjorts writers about. Schoolboy. liowc Is jio Ozark hljlbllly, he didn't lenve tin Oairk diet of "hominy grits and hoe cake" to play Moses for Ilic Detroit Tigers, he wasn't 20 year- Did before he ever EIUV » uniform• u$ baseball team, and he didn't learn to pitch by throwing' rocks at squirrels In his ticliltoiis hill . country homo. As a matter of fuel hts home town of El Dorado Is a city of nearly 20,000 inhabitants in the Southern Arkansas oil fields, some 200 miles from the Ozurk mountains'. He has been pitching ball since he wore knee pants nnd never did shy at the bright lights of; the .city's wlillewny. Schoolboy has been sort of a favorite ever sliicu his high school days wlieji he won about all tjicj slate athletic honors offered. He was all-state, football qunrleiback, all-state basketball center, all- state Intcrscliolastlc col' chain- j)!on, won Hie state track meet single-handed at Conway, and was i «n amateur boxer oi no little repute. In 1931 he played Independent! ball with a Dastrop, U.. paper j mill team then advanced lo the Texas League where "nc played for a year before nol'ig with Hie Tigers, Arrangements are bclnn made for n siieclal train lo lake the fans here to the World Series and indications are Uml more residents will make the trip to sec their favorite son pitch than went lo the World's Pair dining the past Iwo summers. Steelc-Cootci 1 Society — Personal Miss Maude Alice neiistcy was hostess to n parly over Ihc week cud In honor of Ihe birthday anniversary of Miss Dortlicu Still. The afialr was n surprise lo the honorce. (Jucsls included Misses Iinosene Manning, Alice McDiiniel. and Eunice GiUhrie, of Stcele, Mo., Mrs. Shelly 1. Stiles, jr.. ol Ctuulhcrs- ville, Misses lluuye Barker aiul |b Josephine }Iolly, Mnrllyn Uabs, of Ciythevlllc, EUellue Mlllnor and Irene Boonc. of Tuscaloowi, Alu- bnmu. Blinded by u terrific rainstorm, the pilot of an Omaha-bound Rapl: Airlines plane allcj stack. jjareiils.. .HiroU with him ip , where lie accepted assistant. .bookkeeper.. Mr. and Mrs. .J. D. «t l tloH , .Alton, .of THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1984 of force. Tiic capitalistic state—Ite back to tKf, wall, and the wall crumbling -rcm'ploys force, »\0f6 by lahss of employers and hired thujs. Illu- Jackjon, Tcnn were B uests of Mr.) Liberals iwd be .under 'no uiu- and Mrs. J. L. ftikard Sunday. Jsipjjs as to wJicre Uic> voald land Mr. anil Mrs. -H. Bond, ol Parriia.i under .a Fascist regime here This 111., were guests of Mrs. EUnerGrear Is it different world from 1920, when ..... '"" Bottle Bond also I the post-war anti-Red raids were antl-Kcd raids, and ran their course and subsided, Tills is 1931. First, coinc* the at- tuck bh a certain organization', (hen .,. ---------- ...,.„. ,,„„ avla on all unions, then on cultural Mr. nnd Mrs. V. L. Blackwcll, | mcvc "}. ei ) t5 ' a " or K"nlza(iofis. even ..Labor IS fighting in the front line trenches now; It doesn't need secret documents fo prove to it. that It is engaged in a datlle for its ' ' Sunday, when Vlsllcd her. II. W. Bond, and nephews, Vlr- !U, and J. H. Lancaster, ol SI Lj)uls, spent Hie week end willi Mrs., liond and their two sons, M njiil (jnmdion. Villls Lee. spent ; Monday In .Memphis. Rayborn bvcrturl, or St. Louis, spcm last week end here with his Leonard Cassldy, of Morley. spent I very ="~" :1 'c:- Tire forces' behind last week end here and WHS ac- '"e. brittle line m ... WHS ac cqmpanlcd liome by Mrs. Cassidy, Woiulay. Cfco Garrett s|Knt the first of llils week In St. Louis. The £<&•*', Letter B«i The l-'ascLst Mriia'cc (To the editor:) The connection between the employers ol San Francisco «nd tlw press, (lie jVbltte aii<i (he sta'te j')6w- cr is being clearly shown, make: . ust sooner or later, be tt'cldcd together. Profcsstarais. white ' collar workers, [ntellectuals-lheir sake in tlic war against Fasc$sm is as great. tJielr danger .js fully as imminent. The . apjieai for a united front against f-asclsm is more than a pro------ - ------- it i s a matter of life Xeph O'Brien. grani r.o-*-; or death. Three Seek Dirorces filed here. re Divorce cases have been recently in chancery court Oarutjiersville Merfchahts Seek improved Landing OARUTHERSVILLE. Mri.-^t a meeting Tuesday me Caruthfrirille Retail Merchants Association laid ' In walking R mile, a man takes • about 220a steps. plans (oi two civic A committee was apiwinlcd to investigate the possibility ing a landing place on inproveiiisnts. of scciir-1 the river 66 MALARIA .MB u Luiuiug Juno; on UK- river: < front nri-c for big boals and H was ' SMi '• I 'I U " J " r l-'iblels Uin-hs Mai- also planned to have tr!e names of i : ' ri;1 '" ' rhKt I)i '> s - Surc »'««-nliv« the streets placed on the curb al -,~, H was pointed out (hiit in pre- viouii years, Caruthcrsvllle was a large river port, but li.-i<| alkmcd I tlie water Irbnl landings to run | down, and thus river t raffle, ofi which there is quiie a bit passing I here, discontinued making this city! a regular stop. The association! ics to revive this. : American uianufacluriiiij industries sirem about 51,500,000.001) fin- all kinds of fuel in 1329,. ami in addition purchased electrical energy (0 (he value of nearly $500,000,COO. Give Us Your Orfliir tor COAL mci-Kcney landing In a field near Ore-1 V s »"*«tand that Fascism Is the rjlem, w. Snnli, is defendant Mo. The pilot iiiul his four passengers were killed when, instead of lamling on the adjacent field, the ship plunged Into embankment with such force that one ol the motors distance Indicated by the while line. a roadside was thrown tho Mrs. N. Johnson was hostes:; to n (ovely llwec toiirso dinner honoring the ^lli birthday minlver- fary ol lie iliubband. As favors (lie Riicsls were picfenled miniature Dottles of Scotch. Those pie.s- enl were: Cicrald Drooks, Carl Slicele.v, '/Iclj Jieno, Sims Michle. Russell Frukeii, Frank and Roy Harper, anil Charles York, of Stcclu. and Professor L. 0. Wilson, of ["orlngcville. After dinner Ihc party went lo Blytlievllli: where they iittendcd .the Rltz theater. * r * Flunk Ilaiixjr, Mrs. Ruth L;iw- lion. and sun KlberL, accompankd by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Giithrlc, of Poplar ululf. si>cnl lust week end at Hot Springs, Ark., as gucsl* of A. J. Giithrlc. Thomas Northern, Mrs. Viola Marshall, ami (laughter. (Jotdle, spent Monday lit Memphis as guesLs of Miss Helen Marslmll. Willie Kay Spencer, of Savan- i nail, Tenn., s\>eiit this week here vlsiling his cousin, Mrs. Elwood Brown, and other relative's. Robert Frame had as his guest lover thf weekend W. F. Ward, Jeanicc Blsscll. Morris Lot-key, anil (Klenorc Binglcy, all of Ponlon, Mo. The parly. Joined by Miss Eunice IleineiiBcr, enjoyed n inoun- plcnlc Hi Durlleld Sunday niglil. Mrs. word .lolin I'rntne lin.s rucelv Brooks accompanied Mrs. Brooks to • her homo ,u Gerald MarbJc red i Unit her ncphe\v, Wllljoui-n Hull, who luis bciiii n rrciiuunl vls- llor here, formerly of Cairo unct now of Point 1'lcnsniu. wns killixl Instantly by lightning last Tliuvs- ilny. Miss Helen Coiwland ivcclvctl mi announcement of (ho in-rival of u (luuijIi'tOr. Dixie Louise, lo Mr. and Mrs, n. nader, jr., formerly of liere and now of New York Cily Tuesday. Miss Mary Frances Cuncltuid is able tu lie up arinr a week's ill- IK'Sii, •"^Miss ••Riitrr jfiiriHT fc i.|ie''hvirsc Bitcst of Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Crooks, of Carnthcrsvlilc. T. I. Brooks mill Raymond JHOUSANPS OF WOMEN SAY HAS HELPED THEM Hill Sunday nflei- a week's visit wllli her nurcnts. s Mollie Leo Dales and nio- of CaruUier.sville, spent last week end here us guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bates. Wnkcfleld Clark, accompanied by Winifred KiioUcs, of Carulhci-s- ^'ille. left Monday to enter A. and M. College at Joncsboro. Clark Frame, of Hillsiiian-Taylor, s)>ent liui week end here with Issue. This Is bcine admitted in the liberal press. Fascism Is the issue in Califor- iilil. in Minneapolis, in Alabama, in Ohio and in New Jersey. Th« lesson-3 taught by Mussolini and Hitler have been ivell learned. Whenever la«or struggles for a living wane. lor its rights lo organize, Iherc you hear the cry of "Reds," the hunting cry of the Fascist.pack. NRA contains a fundamental cif- Ethel Smith is plaintiff and i now while delivery cost, is Hie "• " •-...•. § iu an I losyesl. We handle Red Ash, Monta- Ivy W. vallo, Ark. Smokeless. New River, Indighi-1 Ma'iichoster, ZeiKler,. Kentucky and actl6ii bfoun'i' through Crawford, local attorney. ties are alleged as grounds for°<ll-1 Dcdiisicd Buckwheat for stokers GAY & BILLINGS i'hojie.76,.... vorcc. i^na Boyd is plaintiff In a suit against R..W. Boyd, alleging desertion. The Boyds have six chtl- nien. Holland and Barb'am, local firm, represents Mrs. Boyd. Minnie Bujaski is suing Bernard Bujaski in a suit Filed through Ed B. cook. Desertion is charged. FARMERS BANK & TRUST C6. INSUKAN'CE ItEIT. THE WISE OLD OWL Csso MEN-foorofts fail ECAUSE is CSSOiene Guanaaieu SMOOTHER PCRFQRMAMCE m UP YOUR LIVER BILE- VdlTHOUT CALOMEL And You'll jump Out of Bed in the Morning Rarin' to Go IE you fed OUT ami sunk awl tlit worM looVs p u ok, Hun't swallow a (ntof BaLL^, min- ml *atrr, cil.lnativorindy on fcrwinc f;um and r»p*et thrm to make ynu nudiirnly awort aod buoyant antl full of aunsh.inr. ^Jfecy «Q'L i!o it. They only more ihf h^jiHt 1 »nd a mete rbuVcrnint dotsn'L ccl at Ihf ev^o. The reason fnr your rfown-ar.'li]ut Icrling is your liver. II *hnyld vnur out t^o pcunrls ot Itquiil hilc In(t> your IwtH'-a dally. If Ihis bile is n.ot flrnvini! (/ifly. your loo-l ([ocan'l di^nt. U jusl ilccaya in the bovcli. (!as Moils up yo-jr stnmji:]i. You have a Ifeicfc, bfi-\ t&sle bnr) .your Lrcnlh 13 fo-il, F^in.odtn hrrafc.iou'. in Flemishes*. VWJT >IP«') T\r\r* sn-1 v(wi fir1 .flown nnrt out. Your whale Byslcmn py:?orcil. . EL laWct those soml. oltl CARTKH'S MT.riiK I.IVKR I'llJ-S lo SRI llnwr l*o [>-i-]nrf^ ol bilo Ho^-inc ftccly and Tnakf* yrcj Ifirl /'-jfi ^a-i up." Thry eonUin non-lrrful. haiml^3, jjiT-.tle vt^ctable cUracts. nmizinR *l"-n itcomts to miking UK blip flo* 1 Octly, Itutdon'tfl^klorllvrrpilM. Art TV Cattrt's UtHe- Uver I'dLi. lxy*k /or th'c n.in:c C.lrlrr*? l.illJc l.ivrr CiHc r>n the rc'l Jabri. Rrsfnt a got STUNG ilu didn't know the 111111-- kcl« weri; ;dive with Fabric Cheat suits— clolhc.s made ol liibric-j witli 20 to 80 per cent cheap substitutes for wool. Tiic suit In; liuLijjht [mckercil and shrunk. Jloiicy llirown away. Take that warning. Get 100;;. all-wool clothes. The Hart SchalTner & Marx Trnin[)etei- label jjuarjintues it. You'll lintl it here-. A .small Ihiiu; to lu:ik for; •A bii; lliins lo linill (' KIUBY'S FALL OPENING SPECIALS TOBACCO SALE Country Gentleman :.... 2 for 15c Iflodcl 2 for 15c Union Leader--R.J.R. 2 for 15c Velvet—Prince Albert I0c Bugler—Kite—Golden Grain 6 for 25c All Sc Tobaccos 6 for 25c All lOc Tobaccos 3 for ftc AH 15c Tobaccos 2 fot 25c Headquarters for Pipes — Prices right , Copenhagen and Garrcll's Snuff, l-irgest assortment of Ci K aretti's in the litv. Chewing Tobaccjis arc als<) a spcciulty. with' us, Friday, Saturday and Monday - For Cash Only Headquarters 25c Black Draught 15c $1.50 Pinkham Veg. Conipouhd S9c 6Cc Murine Eye \^ater 49c 4(fc CaiStoria 34e 35c Vicks &tfve 29c 5Cc Groves Chifl Tonic 39c JL05 Atabfine T^blels $139 SOc Phillips Milk of Magnesia 39c BAYER ASPIRIN 12s ................... 12c 24s ................... 19c 100s ................ 59c French Harps - 35c - 50c ELECTRIC Toasters $1.39 Rouble Toaster $1.49 Irons .... $1.19 up < Leather Bill Folds-Coin Purses - 25c to H $1.00 Cardui 79c $1.00 Adlerika . 89c 39c Bath Alcohol 15c 5 Yds. Adhesive Tape lOc $1G. F. P. 89c Prescription Department The most important parl of uur business is lillint; prescriptions. Every prescription is handled by a college graduate, Registered Pharmacist. Three -store buying pow«r insures the best prices and the fresh- tel drugs lh«- marjiejij afford. Compiirv prices and quality. Ask Your Dottor. Delivery Sel'vi Wi deHver from 7 A. M. until 9 P. M. THO porters ; »MUwd : hi*y4li* Hi feltti sibtk a'sstffe ym( of prompt service. Use this service for your convenience. .25 Absorbine Jr. 99c 3tc Porters Heal Oil 23c 11.25 Creomulsion $113 11 Hoods Hair Restorer Retails for»10' Ewy to G«t! Just KctaMIX- ALLPuhchCard nt otir s Lore. Have nmount of every purchase punched off. S5 in purchases completely punche*your card. Then you Ccl. this $10.75 Mix-All for only $3.95! P- sec THIS MIXER AT -t Your $tor* Nam* ami Addresi Here 89c 5c Palniolive Soap, 4 for 15c Ipaiia Tooth Paste fie 50c 'Vicks Nose Drops 39c . 75c Mange Rem. 69c 30t Bronio Quinine 23c $1 Nervine 89c Glazft Nail Polish 19c 60c Sal Hepatica llMLiverOil 5fle Ovaltine 39c f'Vr Schii(i[—I-'n'r liusine^K—Kor Kvcfy (!sc We ifitvu the Ten Yoi'i Need. Parker I'ens. ;ill price? it ml kinds. See thr New Vucumatir and the eheajier I'ciis. j\ll Giiiiranteed by the i)i),');e.sl piiinnfucturer in Ihe world. ShealTcr I'ens, ne\v vuciidm lillcil, iui iiiiilier sack, larger ink capiicity. And prices aiiiuil half what they used to he. ' $4.00 pens at $2.95 $7.00 pens at $4.95 Skript arid Qiimk Inks 15 C Probak Razor Blades 25 for fife New Ambrosia Offer Colgate Kafber Biir Soap 1 LI). .. J5c it. Chill Tonic 19c • 39c ashs Chill Tonic 39c CLOCKS—\Ve hdughl clocks before the NftA 1 ad- vani-es.- Kvcry dock we sell represents ;i bigger vulnc than we charge yon for. Fnr (his week-end, Si.U.'i (tUiinintveil Alarm Clock OAC For Only ieiidenhall Chill Tonic flasti- 5c Fitch Shampoo DRUGSTORES Comer Main & Second FLASHLIGHTS — U'e are shmvinj; llu- light assortment in this part of the cnnnliv. at 10 to 2(1 per cent below (ircscid rnc (« market prices. Sec them! PIPES—We always have been' pipe licadqu'-iifers. but this ye?.r's offers are the best yet. Prices fhnt will surprise you. ore ( Prices range from Lo

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