PAGE EIGHT BLYTIIEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS -Rotary Convention .Speakers 1 ' Johnson, Branson and Lemons Will Represent Local Ckib Dr. I. H. Johnson, president of Ihe local Rotary clul), U. S. Urail- son, secretary, and Clwrles S. Lemons, i:ast district governor, y.'ill represent the local club at the annual meeting of Arkansas Rotory clubs Tlmriday mid Friday nt Hot Springs. -,The meeting will Imvc for its leaders end speakers a number o.' widely known men of Rotary International. Among Ihem arc Allen D. Albert, past president of Holnry International; Cnrthell Hoiiblns, Stuttgart, district governor; Emmet Hichards, prominent newspaper publisher of Al- iwnn, Mich., director of Rotary International nnd special representative; Allen b. Oliver, Cape Girardciui, Mo., district governor of. the Missouri district; llnrvey Kendall, business nuinnger of the, Uotarlan nurgaiiine, Chicago, who will jjivc Arkansas Rottirinns val- uahle information regarding the Operation of (he office of Notary International nt Chicago HIM! the progress being made' by the no- tarian magazine as an ini|K>rlanl International publication, and Ablt Nix, Athens, C5a., past director of Hotary International, one of Georgia's most Influential lawyers and .native sons, will be ninon!; Ihc tincftkcrs. Promtnent Rotarlans and lenders in Arkansas business and pro- 'e'slonal clrc'es who will have an Important place on the district conference program are: ..Charles T. Evans, Gus Otton- heimer, Sidney M. Urooks, Hamilton Moses and Torn D, Brooks, of Little Rock; John L. Hushes, Uentou; Rev. Tom lircwslcr and Teriell Cornelius, llojic; Leslie Stiirdivant, McCrory; iiev. Sinn- ford Ilayden, Forrest City; Frank Dooley, Briiikley; Dr. P. W. Lutterloh, Joneslmro; Iiev. \V, 11. Sullivan, Montlcello, and Thomas Allen nnd nave liurganer. WEDNESDAY, MAY G, 1930 Upper row, left to iljlil: Allen'D. Albert, Curtliell nobbing, Kimuett Richards. Lower row. left to right: Allen L. Oliver. Harvey C, Kendall, Ablt Nix. Roundup Law of Old West an Use Again MEUFOni), Ore. (UP) -- Wild West days nrc bolus re-lived licre. An outlaw binul at 104 wild horses lias been ordered rounded up by Jackson County court on the complaint of 19 stockmen, acting under n stale low Hint lias not been Invoked for ycurs. Tlic horses, which Imvc tlic freedom of Hie ninge near, the Oreuini-Cnllfornln slalc line, nre "iibnndnncd. shirvlrig and neijlcct- cd, constituting a ntage nuisance," according to ttie courl. The bund IHI.S trampled liinx.lnj; land, milled alf/ilfii fields, broken down fences I mill . kicked young livestock to dentil with their flashing hoofs, | stock ranchers say. ' The roundup will be made In April when tlic horses will still be weak from scnnt winter forage. i Forest rangers will build a corral, I mid the sheriff will enlist 200 i CCO recruits nnd cowboys for the drive., The horses will be held In the corral for ten days so owners of branded animals that turned wild may cliilm them. Stale law requires the rest of the horses be sold to the hlj;he.st't)ld- itciv'ai, auction, Some will go'to ; rodeos. STflTFJElErM ,. - i Missouri Democrats Endorse Roosevelt in Harmonious Convention JOI'UN,, Mo.-Mre. Jainw Wahl Cnrulhersvllle, Vras named one of cMit, delcgalcs-al-Jarge to the Jinllpn.nl Democratic convention by the; Democratic slate convention which ndjonrned here late yesterday nfter a harmonious session. The other deloentes-al-tnrgc are U. S. Senators Dennett, Clark and Harry 8. Truman. Oov. Cluy n Park, Thomas Vansant, Fnltoii banker. Mrs. W. N. Doss, RmltiK- flclil, Mrs.-Alice Moss • Ferris La- donla, and Mrs. Ann Jablonskv St. .Louis. . , ( , '' Tlic convention ratified district nominations for dlsli-Ict convention delegates and presidential electors, including the following from the. Tenth (Southeast Missouri) district: delegates, R ir| Jones, Kennctt, nnu" n. s. simi)- son. Charleston; alternates Mrs Jerry Uradfteld Poplar liluf'r and' Mrs. L. it. shade, c'aruthcrsvllle'i elector, John' Ferguson, Cape Gir-' aideau. ! The convention directed thali the national convention delegation In} "unqualifiedly and unalterably pledget! to vote as » unit" for the renomlriatlon of President Roose^ veil.. It adopted a platform coin-' mending the Democratic national nnd state administrations and condemning (he, unwise policies" of preceding Republican national adi ministrations,' wh'lch it ' declared had plunged the country into depression.' Steele-Coolcr Socicly — Personal Uentl Courier News utnssifled .Ads. Chorine!; Crillclze English TORONTO. Out, (UPi—Toron-j , to's "chonis girls don't think much of'English people. Returning'from' n two,-inontli engagement in a London night club. 'live young Toronto-'dancing girls reported that English girls hayc "large feet and wear clothes like Hour sacks." Over 150 inemter.s and uni-sts attended the stcetc high school alumni ftnnm'et hci'j Snturdny nlglit. There -was n program of entertainment and talks were made by U Cl. Wilson, tit 1'ortaai;- vllle, former superintendent of Stcete schools, Atty. Roy W. Har- |:er, of Caruthersvlllc, and MIS.S Hunter' 'Miller; of Porlajevilte, former teaclier here, Russell Fnikes, alumni oecre- lary, presented Mary Anna McConn nnd Sonny Yarbroush wilh silver loving cups. 'Hiey were winners of a baby contest sponsored by the ^wjelnlloti. A iiullL in white and gold, on.wliich the clnss 'of 1925 sold chnnccs -went to Supt. C. E, Miller,, After the banquet the guest;; went to the/Bliic.'Room of. tlie Hotel NcU> lit Blyllicvllle to dance. Alumni officers for the coining year are: president. Mrs, Dorothy Howard Hnmrn; vice-president, Juanllu Steele; historians 'MISS Vullie Casey and Mrs, Kslle llargcr, '*'*•« I'lnns have been comptcteti for ihe May Day program to bn Kiven at the Stcelc high school Innlsjht at 1:30. The program will be put on by the school im-.sic department under the direction of the physical education supervisor, Mrs, V. W. Cole. It svlll open with a narad of floats and a pri/.e will be nwordcd the most beautiful baby rldlnj on one of the cars. Miss Helen Curry, who last year was elected. Miss May Day will be court Jester. The thcnn. for the Tprogr'nm -Is "A Trip to Foreign Countries" and the different countries will "be represented by the "grade school clas- ses and by the physical education girls, » « * The senior class of Cooler hh;h school presented a.three, act play, "Anniibcll l,ce," Tuesday night In tlie lil£h school. auditorium. ' Tlir.^e taking pnrt were "Alvln iilcsslin:. I'ttii] I'Vazlcr, Wayne Cooju'r, Helen lirown, Rose Wrlglit, Ujrciu* I'ounds mid Virginia Fowler. Ulitclal numbers 'were given by nnlli and Ralph Fowler. » •' » Quinton Still, senior In the Steele hi?!) ' school, was"~se~tcd as second best vocational asrl- crltinx! student In the slate of Missouri In a state meeting at Columbia. This honor was based on scholarship, leadership, his project, program and activities In the Ffr'A. He was also elected ns second vice-president of tlic nsscclatlon and Is to receive the itate farmers degree.. He Is the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs Bud Still. ' According to the u. S. Public Health Service, each college stu-. dent averages three colds a year. Midwest Gains Loftier Place in Florida Sun ST. PKTERSBURG, Fia. (UP) -An analysis of tourist rcuUra- lion In this Florida resort indicates (hat mid-westerners are attracted in proi>orUonnloly greater numbers llian 'easterners, to the near-exclusion of southerners. Keglstratlon by cities for this year, which was n peak- tourist year, shows visits by 1,384 Chica- Boans with New York's 1,014 ranking second. Tile third city, Detroit, sent 929. Philadelphia was fourth with 833. Toronto, Out., sent more than Brooklyn, N. Y. The figures were 74!) and C92, respectively. Registration by states, however, shows a total of more New Yorkers. During the present season 9,827 visitor were registered from the Empire State. Pennsylvania, Ohio, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Michigan nnd Illinois ranked next in order. Dnrlng the season 2,014 i Canadian visitors were registered. ] The total registration for 1935' 36 was 50,220. compared with 53,313 for 193-1-35. j Travel statistics show Hint 41,- 'CTO ca'mii by automobile, 13.083 by rail, 8-13 by water and 2-1 by air. I St. Petersburg Is not on any regularly scheduled air line. Tlie average African ostrich weighs approximately 300 pounds. Drs. Wert & Wert OPTOMETRISTS Over Joe Isaacs' Store "WE MAKE 'KM SEE" - Phone 5^0 Crescent Night Club 4 NIGHTS FLOOR SHOW Thursday Through Sunday 10 Snappy Vaudeville Acts — All I'retly Girls Jinunic Downey's Orchestra With Tiny Durst * Cover Charge Only 80c Per Couple ' TRY OUR 1'IT HAU15ECUE TASTY SANDWICHES On Highway 61, 4 Miles North of State Line nt Holland Cigarettes £1.^5 Carton . All l«»d i n g lirands-of Beer, Wines, Whiskeys and Cordials. Demons! ra! ion Club .News Nolcs Dell 4-H Club. A seed contest was a feature ol the prr-tjiinn at a meeting of the Doll 4-H club on 1'rlilny, May 1. Plans were made (or n club picnic. RciJorU .were made by a number uf project cnp- tnins. * * * SUllinaii: I-1 [Chili. Plans for n social, to bs held some lime next week, were inadt. 1 at a call meeting of tlie Stlllmnn .4-H club, held April 28. The club I practiced the 4-H club imtlonal' songs. • The club Is planning a play to rate money to send delc- ga'tes lo the state camp this summer. • IN THE VCHANCEBY COURT , FOR THE CH1CKASAWUA DISTRICT OP MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. SUMMONS Beard of Improvement of Sewer Improvement District No. One of Blythcvllle, Arkansas, Plain- till, vs. Jef! Roland and various other defendants, and various lots blocks or parcels of land tn thr 'City of Dlylhcvtlle, Arkansas. Defendants. THE STATE OP ARKANSAS to tlie Shtrilf of Mississippi County: ; You are commanded to smnmons the follovln? iiamcHl defendants td-wlt: R. W. and Nettie Scott Ti. J. Damson. £khia and Ear Martin. C. L. Orrnll. Unknowi Heirs of Sallic Adams Estate Lillie A. McLcod. Willie D. Rob frls, M. B. Thompson, H. C Scmins. Jos C. Watson, J. M. Her rington, -J. W. Maioney, Mrs. P. Martin, Orlin and Oncal Cross W. B. Crews. Shahccdy Salilw Estella Vollmcr, Laura McClinoek A. O. Smith, Fay T. Scabnugti Meno Boyd, Louis and Opa Vai:gher, V. C. Hawkins, Mos Eliman, Travelers' Building am Loan .Association, American B. and L. Association. Union Savings B and L. Association. Equitable n and L. Association. Georgia Slat Savings Asscciaiion. Bessie A Layman. Buford Martin, EC Graves, W. J. Rodgers. Peoples B and L. Association. Commonweal!! B and U Association, T. E. Hay lies. J. P. Province. John Harper. W. D. and Nellie Cole, lo answer in fifteen days after the service of this summons upon tlic complaint filed against them and various other defendants tn the Chancery Court and in the Gentlemen : \*-'.. | 0 YOUR SPORT SHOES /or 1936 /HUSTOiM has changed in \) recent .years, lowurd iip- |ir«pri;»U', comfordible clothes for spurts an(i warm-weather nti tsions. Shoes• .nutttrnl 1 y follow the same trend—U>- •wnrcl aiilhc'ritic fashions \\hich are noted at the world's fumous playgrounds and . reproduced slitch-for- stitch from the 'original custom-made models by Ihe house of CUOSHY SQUAHK. White, hrown rtiffit, a nil u r 6 w n-nnd-white comliina- liuns. Also the I* op ula r Solid White Crepc- Rubber Sole o/irf the Solid W hile Kid Take a GET ACQUAINTED" TRIP nbove sliown; and warn them that ,vpon their failure to-answer said compl.ilnt same \\ill be taken rfor confessed, and you will make due return of th's summons. Witness my hand nnd the seal .cf said court this 20th day of April, 1936. H. M. CiiAIO. Clerk. Not being able to locate the above named defendants within Mississippi; County, I have served Ihe summons by posting copy on the property of each defendant end by this publication as retired by Section 5679 of Crawford & Moses Digest. April 28. 1336. > C. II. WILSON, Sheriff, By A. .Undsey, D. S. !' 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