The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 6, 1930 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 6, 1930
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.COUBIER-NEWS Activities and News of Wohien »nd Professional Is luiviiii a business -,,'-thf club rooms at «;30 gjjjMk wr^h » cupper pf f ceding the fj"!"""""""" «;i%^'. ,-. ., -Tb» •Muor high school p. T. A. i meeting at .the school at 3;30 ... . ,. <«4.fht Tuesday Bridge club Umest- ; ;lng.'with Urs.jMay L. Aldrldge. £}, Mrs. W^iD. Chambllii Jr., l^'hav- 'sh Jpg . the- ;Tnesd»y Lunchegu club. •?i'*Tl>« *j(«eutlVB-b6»W-o/ the Juii- •£#r hlglvwwol P. T, A. Is meeting :. < i---.. OJ-i;The Delpbians will meet- at tlie S'cHolil Noble at JO o'clock. ;^- * liiwid./.;? >>r. BUD. airs, ueorgo Smith y ' . .Idrcn, Sue and Jack, aceompan- 'fs by Mrs. Hubert Browning, wicm, I tfe. !>'cekkenr4,in MomW.s. k.i «uc«i :!&;<; Mrs. J. o. Morsui and famllv "' *?>>'*< .-i.V lira. Cfc<P. Moss is hostess to the ;; MM-Wailr. club. ?t r '.'< The. iT&ung Matrons club and *'• ietferal iptestsjare'lo' be entertained Mrs,'~Jaatt' Monngriari Jr. .. , ^ . Ttie Fidel!*' Bufidyi' school cla» Wot .the jTist Baptist church 1$ hav- ,-,-!ng:a party at the home of Mrs, E ; -'4.-:8pieer, 118 Dougan avenue, >?;irt»n Vwdames Herman Walpole, •K Fnnk Epbbsrts and Frank Schmuck .iVljCl also ^ be hostesses: ; • • / !U»tey-"0rawf »rt. i-Anmrtmccment has been made by JMr. .'arid' Mrs. W. 8. Hartley, of e, ; ifii., of the engagement of flaaghter, Elizabeth, to, Mr. . fir»wford, ot this city. Tlie • iwddlng^wll! be JoJemntod In the iprtng. > "-....• ••'j. Tea bride-elect lias lived ai Steelc '-.'ilf years .where she graduated from : tpe local high school before' bccom-' ' leg a student at Central College, -- §t/ Charles, Mo. . ; ;: !-Mr. Crawford, wlio has been con- ;.l»c'K.d ;Mth the Farmers Bank and .,.TtU£t company for five years, has lived here for a number of years. .-& atufmjed high. school and busl- ".i£»js college at Ohillicolhe,, Mo. •His • p»r'eht»; are Mr.' and tor's. "' R; 'W'.' Crtrtord: of this city. .Vv-The ^announcement ot tKls in- :-W*stlnfc.' event wa» made at a •• lunchepft given by Mrs. Hanlej;.f • Mrs. J. K. Harwell »nd two dill-! ren have returned from Mann »d jlc-lena where (hoy spent th> olktayj. They were accoriipniil^' orae. .by .Mrs., Fisher TRlum, pt Hirvel, who' will btf here for tsv- ral. weeks.. ... Mrs. Harvey'' W. 'sicwart! , \viio as beeiMll several days,, is tc'.tcr j Mr. and Mrs. George Smith iilldrcn, "--- •- • - •• ed he ^ f Mrs. j. o.' Morguf'and"faml1y] ho formerly lived here.- . •• i Mr. and Mrs. Robert.' femnr'i, Mur-! ij 1 Smart and Quincy Oliver Ales-' nder, have returned to Rlclniuiij. 'a., after spending ,tho . holidays ; itll relatives.; Murriy' Smart aiw ! Qulncy Oliver Alexander are BUI- | cnts 'fit the University ot Rich-,' tend where Mr. Smart is n mem-! cr of the faculty. , ^ . ; | Mr. and Mrs. Oha'rles ' Wyllc ! >5nt Saturday hi Dyersburg, Term.. Islllng relatives of Mrs. Wylle Mr. and Mrs. Henry Snjltji ic't, unday nflernoon !foV. , Houston "ex., where they are to make their ome after several.dayo stay here •1th Mr. Smith's parents, Mr. mm Prello Bell, 12, at work In Irs. J. P. Smith. Before nor mar-1 ground acliool. lage several days ago, Mra.'Smlthj -'.'--*.Mi«:.Cfh(ldr«i of Confederacy, In •\ Wfflr mating Saturday afternoon at UieVinm: of Misses Ruth and ,->l$ue Biity; studied Robert E. Lee '%:.. ^ith" Miss Katharyn Denton tu Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Driver, of Oseola, spent Sunday with Mrs. Drier's mother, Mrs. E. L. Richards Mrs. W. M. Richardson and Miss iladys Robertson spent ysstcrday i Memphis. Mrs. E, L. Richards • wfo leavo his week for Slkcslon and St. Loula p ,, D II I l or nil extended visit. IrietlO DCll LOOKS Mr. and Mrs, Meyer Nudelmnn i rr> HIV o" ~' nd children have returned to thtl- | " ° home in Bonne Tcrre, Mo., after »'| prj Uv 'Rarlin islt will,, Mr. and. Mrs. -Ike Miller. " AaO1 ° Miss Mai'guerlle" Pride'returned'hv VF4 o Walnul Ridge yesterday after a * wo \vceks vacation with tier' par- EMc Tai'lof.vpf CdriLthersville, was i !' :c « ' Sljrthevlllo visitor last night, to "f „ Miss Mnmle Blythc, of Memphis !, llls y° utl "ul student pilot Is on- pent the weekend with her par- i v 12 ' bllt ft| ready she has starlet! nfs, Mr. arid Mrs. Virgil Greene. lff rotmij school work nt (lie Curliss- Harvey Morris Is visiting his fn-! Wr| B ht school here. And by the nr in Harrison, Ark., He expccls j " c sllc ^ 10 ' sno lloues l « have a pilot's license. - : :;'A papjf on "Robert E. Let as an : . Wuettor; and .Christian" was glv- her in Harrison, Ark., He expccls j o return tonight. i Billy Cooley and Noble Gill re-' She must siiend the nexi ycn- urned to Conwny yesterday, where ' ma n half in ground school ns 'nay are students at Hendrlx-Hen-1 the special permit, from live 'DD- lerson college, ofter spending the |paitmcnt of Commerce does not InllHnvc wltVi rnlatli, DF - -ru« 1 allmi- lir,^ ^g ^ fl ^ e flcr j n ^ work Ull- -Mlss Theiinai-Worthing ton and- a 'papsr en:"The Washington and .''.-Lee Unimstty* by the leader con- ehjded the: 1 Interesting program. ' -. : tt'iryi;.rep«t«eli'lri't!<B :bU»bie55 ..- seulon.vtait (5 hid -been .sent to ths CoMederate'hcrofL.fpf the^ra-. cllo being purchased aiid -that-gifts .were sent to a. local widow- : °ot'R. - .Confederate soldier of this city on . Christmas. ! The hostess served charlotte rouse ' tnd b&Ju?. '••' .•"-•."- '•' * * * ; H«» Bridff Party./ : -?r Miss Mary McHancy was hosier' to two tables of bridge Friday night --. at the horoe of her sister, Mrs. L. H. Moore. The euesls enjoyed sev- . eral games 'with high -score prize going to Mrs. Matt Monaghan jr., • Khlch was Individual sachets. Miss Maxlne Halstead received a make Up box for the cut prize; . . --The hostws served /a dessert ; cour«e of pastry and coflce. ibiuii to Meet Tordsht. .', .'The Beta Chi/Sunday school . class of the First Presbyterian - church is meeting tonight at thtf home of MrS. Marlon A. Boggs. A! Diembers.-are asked lo attend. Fatnlty Dinner Given. •'.'Members of the Sudbury gram •• rnar school faculty and severa giicst scnjoyed a dinner served li the auditorium Friday evening Features of the entertainment wa the relating of interesting exp:ri ences of the recent Christmas va cation. • Guests present, besides the leach ers, were Mrs. Elina Armstrong Mrs. C. L. Stubbn 'Roy Anderson Joe Craig and Mr. White. . Edwards-Wctks. l .Miss Maggie Weeks-mid Mr. L-i , Edwards, both of Manila, obtalnc! .. -a Diarriage license in IhU city Sat : urday. : ••;•:. • * » Ccle-B*shop. . .;: Justice R. L. McKnlBht perform i ed .the marriage ceremony Satrq .day when Miss-Thclma Bishop am ;. Mr. Numa Co!c, both of Steele v >Co, were married in this city. . ' The marriage of Miss Myrll . Robinson and. Mr. Hurshel Yancj both of here, occurred Saturda ;'-. with Judge George W. Barham say ing the ceremony. WWthea4-I.pnsford. j '-',;'Miss Nellie Lunsford and %5i Kelvin Whltthead, both "oi Clea ;.Lake,- wsre married ny Ju-tice t, Wilker Saturday in tliis city '••• - ':'• Miss Lois Hefner and Mr. Bil .-Croutao.-both of here, were unit :'*d in marrlajje Saturday by" Judg ,.George W. Barham. n-, . -.-.-.-. T-Georg*. W. Barham offlcl fc-'aCeq-at tht-marri»2e cf Miss Zcl- P j»r. Eastrldge. and Mr, Curtis Bal- W'pft- ?P'. n '«? Lcachville, .when they u-.. fc»*» rakrried Saturday. -V 12 ; Yeai-.qi(I Girl Is'Learning How" i'i to Vjy Airplane .... School Heads WilljHold ';_ Jleetiug ^Tuesday , s t • ' - ' j ' At the monthly nieoilnz of do superintendents and principals group cf the Mississippi County Vl- ucatlon Association, to be HM-I in this oily Tuesday evening, "Sune'- vlilnn" ^ u , c 6ub]ccl ' '. Heads U. S. Delegation to London ;a=m MONO AY,JANUARY_6, 1930; Included In the program are addreces: -Mpdeim Trend In .Supervision, Miss Rosa Hardy, Blyihcville; Rj- port of Supervisors qonferencc, Supervlsore Confeicncc, Mra c L. Miss Winnie V. Turner; My Firs' Moore jr., Osceola; Finding Tim" for Supervision, L, H. Autrcy Bur- dettej-Tho Admlnsltrator's Prepa, ration for Supervision, Miss Wlllla A. A busSnes Esesslon will concludo Hio meeting, scheduled to Ij at G:30 o'clock. . .' Members of this committee • in charge of the program ore: 'if. S Oarnes, Manila; Miss Rosa Hardy Blythcvllle, nnd Ed' McCuls'tlon Wilson. • - LOS ANGELES- At the as 3 when ' ' are making drcsies lor !'i :ctlc " s ' Protto Be " ls Boys Beat Eider* In 'Texas Fanning COLLEGE. STATION,, Tex. \H1— Texas 4-H club boys 'are showing their elders a thing or. two lii the matter of raising corn 'and cotton at a,proHt. Yields averaging more 'than 7D bushels of corn an acre have oeen achisved in • 25 c projects conducted by club boys, whereae • the tiverago corn jiroduction In Texas is. around 20 bushels an acre. Tho boys' average cost was nearly six times as much lint an acre as the average farmer in cot- Ion experiments. . While the Texas cotton yield syas falling 'to n new low level of 103 pounds of lint to the acre this yea-. 1 26 4-II'bays averaged 611 pounds at an average cost of 0.0 cents ;i pyjnd. i Their average net profit was $35.84 from gross returns nvernj- 5123.50 nu.ncre. ET.Culp Named Commercial Agent For Cotton Belt ',-H. T, Culy, local agent for 'tho St Louli . Souiliueifern railway llnw alqce 1(26, has bteu uampd comrpirclal agent for Uie road (or a ftrritcrjr embracing-most of-tHe St.- Fr^accls basin arid ex^ndlnj" in. to* Kentucky and Illinois. He will maiatiln hi» headquarters in Bly•' ' High School Orchestra Broadcwts OverlKLCN •The high school 'orcteslra ot Marked Tree broadcasted an'hpur's ' 'rograra over Radio Station KLCH Sunday afternoon. Although the jrcheitniihas been organized only hree months It has also been .heard on the air 'from Memphis, Tenu.. •sUtione. Hy , . . . . - . "round the world. .Mayb 1 '- tl from Memphis where slie spent, 'non-slop. But I don't think it u_u; be done \vltli a gasoline-drive!! plane. The fuel is too heavy. But, I c.vpcct that In the next ten years, electrical-driven planes \vlll bcvall-the tiling. They umy be able . to get their radio wares." from wo days Mr. and Mrs. J. 6. Uunavanl and Miss Meiba Martihdals, cl Parti- cuki, were the guests of rclnllvcs nti friends, • for the weekend. Mrs. Otto . Kocht.ltzky has re- urned from Ca'pVGIrardeau whero he visited for a' week:. ,i M !n n^, B 'S Ck i' 00<1 ^ haS rblurn - '"".-= <«*" »' r emnusiosts,-; -an h. i iw , I" spending though her ,mclc ivns shoi ao-iii he holidays here with hsr family. [„ t i, c American Air Kennclli Atorrls, of Mnlden, Mo., "pent a pare of last week in 'this ity visiting friends. William R. Crnfton returned lust light from Mammoth Sjirlngs vlierc he attended to business for .Ut'.: Gulp, according to an announcement by R.' P.'Harrington, of St. Louis,' traffic manager/will bs '-•'--'r charge of all freight and . ,.-iger.-solicitation-'in. the territory; from .Maiden, Mo., ; ^outh' to Rlxerdale.- - and from Blytlievllle and Carutlwrsville west to Paragould. Cairo and Metrojiolls, 111., Paducah, Ky., and Poplar Bluff, Mo., are Included in his territory Mr. Gulp has been with the Cot- ion Belt for IS years. He came to B|ythcville in 1028 from Pine Blull. His successor as Iccal agent- for tho road has,not been named. With the appointment of Mr. 3ulp and tlie establishment of hU headquarters here the Cotton Belt is discontinuing its commercial agency at Maiden, Mo., and i. H. Shallenor, commercial agent there, has been retired on pension. While he will maintain ills office t the Cotton Belt freiBlit office :ere, Mr. Culp's duties will'require him to spend about lu.lf of his lime away from this city. r-rr- — .—xEovnan^ffmK.: ••- nuK;^. "Jz- .frj:rf;> »: *:M*~. : Jac9;.*^>.-*««3f.3SS5$g£5CRlHmK io la the latest pliotograpli of Eccrelary of State Hear/ L. Stimsou, who h'ea'da tho Unit«4 Stnies rtolt'satlon atiending the naval trras lwlln^pri'conrcrcnc': at London ihls monili. He is President Hoover't *•£•.& pfrsornU-rcprcseiilctlvt; ;it tl:;s imponnnt gatlitrlng. Mayor's Job Held Same As Mother's shall leave to experts. My concern will be the things that affect the ordinary man, his wife and their children." UPON ^ AT1ML 'JUijgUl p Neither her father or molheii have been air enthusiasts,- :";al4 Corps in ftrnucv. She has read nvlclly everything connected with (lying nnd has nursed an ambition to lly slnca she \vrts five. Lclantl M. Carver, formerly with Ihc Mtir squadron .in Fiance, ue- ; !wm,. B ° re>t l>03 ' rc- sveral weeks. Miss Ada Diinavanl spent th" weekend In Memphis. ", .,,,,. ... ,, , „ , Misses" MarUia Bnker nml Josle ' nll |Jl , ,°. """' ho , snld - " ar<1 Smith, nurses nt tlie Bl^hevlllc '? p - lc * up nn J" hln II- She hcspital. returned In'st iilglit from wfihT-, " Br Pri , tlcnl ll!ccr>cl V- ibcnlcen and Houston, Miss., where ' i i , yo ", r5 of nyl " B nt!cncl ° r hey visited for four days. Her, before she can B rt her It- Mr, rmo. Mrs. B. J. Alleli and two sons, Jimmy and Berry, nc- Mrs. B. n. Allen motored to Hot Splines Saturday foil brict visit; with Mrs. B. J. Al- .ra's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B,;B,. Nally. Buddy Nally," who has been visiting here for two weeks, went with them. They expect to return tonight. Miss Maude Randolph lus- accepted a position in Lu.xora. " Ewlug Reid .of Evansvllle. Ind, cense, she ought to dcvolt inark-rtbly." .Trie air! is five feet t:t!l nml w_cighs 114 pounds, nnd lu s Ion" curls'that look oddly out of ptnce amid the gfcnse rtntl dismounted motors- In tlie shops nnd ground school. ANN ARTiOH, Mich. (/Pi-Michigan will begin iti scveiuli year ol hockey play with the first rastrrn trtp for the : puckfcrs. They will play Ynle, (Jotgntc nnd Hamilton. er, Max B. Reid, and family. J. Y.'Gsntalt ant)'Louts c. FREMONT, f<rb. (iP/-P.inl Nml- BCr, both of Bedford. Ind. arrived si rein, qunilcrtack lur Midland en! here today for several weeks hunt-' '— "' : - ' —'-' --••••-- ing at Big Lake. Miss Mnlb£ Martmdalc, ef P.ira- l, was th>: guest of lic r fiance, ta'ndiuni - • --. ' ward passes out uf 154 atlemjiti Yardage gained from his Hospital. Patients • admitted to: the Bly tlie- vllle hospital are: Douglas Mullen. Cooler,- Mo., M. C.-KIrskey. -Lux- ova, Miss Wiilmer Fergiiscn. Coo- Itr, Mo. Those dismL'iscd were-'Df'' V/. A. Grlmmeit, city, Mrs J W Aeedham, clly. • ^ ....:. Henry Evans. Ccotcr. Mo.', was d.msissed. Bunsd Log Jam Found LAKE CUSHMAN. V/a 5 h. r,v,_ A large leg jam far under the sur- l3cc was found by workers lunnel- Ing on a-power'project here -°*t x Invest In tho • ^ms'^^f'' 7 ^'^ G ™*>™ &BK& GATELY " , X2 ®^\ Chcjn Stores to flays- 3 Percent. j t fnf-.ti.iccrr. e/?/ C 6 r f. o !\ S Ren tsrliTe r. wlm at 44 heais the Na tlonal. Clt> Bank in New tor IT. worked in his father's foundry, weav- 1 n S dungarees and hnlinnilecl shoes us', any other employe.' That -fras'."- lii' 1007, after- ha Zrnduatcd from PrinccioVi. \VATFORD, Enginnd m—A \vo- in.iti who believes that being a mayor is the same Job us being the mother of a family—only, on a larger scfil» — has been elected mayor of Watford. 'Mrs. A. P. nrond is a firm believer In the ina.xlm .that a' wom- an's'first duty In life is to her hus- bark! ntid her children, butr- i "When she has done her job in the.home," says Mrs.'Broad,-"then is the lime for her to step "into public life. A town Is only a family jcn s larger scale." ••'. I This woman mayor, who is a ! grandmother, has assured ~he«i townspeople that she will not'intex- jferc with anything to do .with roads I or tiny scheme having engineering technicalities about,' .which-she knows- nothing. -" •.:'"' • ' • "I slmll give iny : . Attention" .to tHose things only th^t I know so:hen^ about," she say*. "Other's I Denies Negro Slayer Change of Venue KNOXVILLE, Tenn., Jan. 6. iff, -A clmnge of venue for the trial of Theodore Harris, 23, a negro who confessed the slaying of three persons here December 24, was denied today by Judge E. T. Stooksbury In criminal court, and the case .was set for trial this afternoon. Aged Man Injured In Automobile Crash , MEMPHIS, Jan. 6. (,?y—W J Mitchell, 65, of Chatfield, Ark., was brought lo a hospital here today for treatment for severe cuts and bruises received when his automobile crashed 'with another near Woodstock, Tcr.n. J.-W. Moore Nomiaated For Register's Office WASHINGTON~Jan. 6 (/PJ_ John Wilburn Moore was nominated today to be register of Ihc lan-l office in'Little Rock Hoover Submits Estimate of New Deficiencies WASHINGTON, Jan, 6. VP)- Prrsident Hoover today" submitted to. congress a supplementary deficiency estimate totaling $61,838,230 which brings 'the- total submitted for this .session of congress to more than'eighty million dollars 2 Front Office' Rooms , For Rent i Formerly Ommicil by Dr. E. v. Hill Apply (o II. SAPHIAN COLDS MAY DEVELOP ~ INTO PNEUMONIA from colds may'Iearf to se- Iroulile. You can stop them now with Crcomiileion, in emulsified trcosoic lhat is plMjtnr to tale. Crcomuision is i medical discovery with two-fold action; It soothes and Jioajs lIiD and in. nibila.gctra growth. Of pH kr.own itugs creosote is tec- ognlzeii l,y higli mcdk-al aulhoriiiw a^on,. 011 he BrMlcsl healing ascncics for couglis fiom colds ind troochisl Creomiilsion contains, in healing elements wliicll KMlhd and heal'tko inCameJ nicrnbrancs and slop the ir- litalion, while tho creosote got! on to [he sloaach, ia aLsurhcd into tlo blood, attacks tho Mat of ll-c trouble anil clitcts tho growth of the germs. Creoraulsioa is guaranteed talisfac- tory in (lie treatment of coughs from col<K lironcliitis and minnr form! of lironcnial irritations, and h excellent lor Imilj'mg uplfic system after coldj or Hit. Money refunded if not relieved after laking acconling to'dirco tiona. ' ' * to crcge^ hcaliag tinna. ,&'£?.£$F $ffi~ TH£ COUGH FROM COLDS THAT HANG ON s& Colored Ourch Dmr? Home Department Work Ths church of the West En-J colored Baptist congregation has organized a home department at Spur Five which ma«s three groups of this kind, including Red Quarter.; and Robinson addition. Th- sup;r- intendents are: T. W(.'e,- Z. E. 'Johnscn and A. Ward. The aim Is to carry on religious work In the hom:s of old iicople and those who arc ill or unabli lo attend church services regularly. The Rev.- E. Westmoreland is pastor of the church. . jee tfte classified ' "90S EndorsecJoy Nurse ;••* "Just a few wordspf praiseof your medicine. Nothing gave me relief nrid health as Lydia E. Pinkh'arn's Vegetable Compound did.' If am'a'-practical nurse and was 'ao : rundown that I was unable to work. I used to suffer agonies at times and would have to lie down the biggest part of the day. After two bottles of Vegetable Compound I felt better. No-,v 1 have used ten bottles and feel fme. ', recommend it to many of nr ' patients."—Mrs. Florence John•'' son, R. R. fo, Chetopa, Kansas Lydia E, Piirkllafii'ss Vegetable CoiDpoiinB Until next Thursday for the greatest values in mens and trvomens clothing that you ever saw Let Milton C. Work Impnre Yovr Game BRIDGE by RADIO Auction and Contract Tuesday KLCN 1:30 p. m . CST - Tcny S*rg SpaJe» ... .10, 6 3 Heart*-... 9.2 Di«mwyii },6, 2 Cfubfc A, J,9, 7,4 an Mait.anttr, N Frti G. Ceeptr, (F. G.C.,oflif>") //. r. Wtbitcr, foaftr Snftdtt 1 - 9, s, a HMrtt.—-- : ?, & ftimoMte A,K,7,5.1,3 Clubl Q, 10 s ey can ou mds n Duitnond andWcit a Heart, .what should North .aid t«t say et Auction? At Contract? What is the outcome? Try >ms liand your way; then h««r these famous playen in the Radio Gnnw, o,i!h Milton C. Work as "rcfctwr 4 ivr.T.cri of lit gout »itt efptcr i* tfiiffiftr St. Louis Jobbin of St. Louis, Mo., Bought the Kleban & Maiz Stock of Merchandise at 25c on the Dollar WATCH This Paper For the Greatest Selling Event in Your Life Store Closed Tuesday & Wednesday Marking Everything Down to A New Low Level St. Louis Jobbing Co. KLEBAN & MATZ

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