Messenger-Inquirer from Owensboro, Kentucky (2024)

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SECTION ONE PAGE EIGHT THE MESSENGER AND INQUIRER OWENSBORO KY SUNDAY JUNE 7 193(5 KENDALL HOME TO HAVE SILVER TEA riend Invited To Visit Hou se Grounds and At tend Musicale Joe Barken as Jack Worley Gret chen's brother Rachel Gilles aS Lucky King in love wit It Jack Johnnie Mae Ward as Arllne Trues dale also In love with Jack Nina Mae Howard as Carol Worley Jack's sister and Joo Witineycr and Helen Herman blackface charac ters being servants In the Worley home Local Laconics A silver tea will be held at the Mary Kendall home from 4 tn 8 pm Wednesday June 10 sjxm sored by the board of directors to which the public is cordially in vited Many persons in Owensboro may not be familiar with the mcivy work of the home and the members of the board extend an invitation to all Interested to take this oppor tunity to visit the house and grounds on this occasion and talk with the elderly women and chil dren who reside in tire home During the afternoon a musicale will be enjoyed two rooms of the home being devoted to this pur pore Through Mrs A Gant president of the Saturday Musicalc a program will be presented Tak ing part on the program will he Airs Hattie Hon Mrs II Weller Mes dames Martha Horner Mary Edna Mae Brown Smith Kath erine KirtJey Reba Robertson and a violin quartet Including Mesdames Thomas Biedenkopf Bernard Alvey Donald Mitchell and Miss Olive Lnshbrook The general committee in charg? of arrangements for the tea in cludes Mrs Anderson presi dent Mrs Charles Smith and Griffith he board members will be assisted in the hos pi a lit tea by representatives from tle various women's church organi sations St Joseph's Dramatic Club To Present Comedy St Joseph's Dramatic club will present a comedy In three nets at the audi torium at ifth and Clay streets at Wednesday and Thurs day Life as it is today in any thriv ing American city has been depleted by the authors Priscilla Wayne and Wayne Sprague The cast under the direction of A Casey veteran home talent director has been rehearsing for the last three weeks Members of the cast include Rachel Mcarland as Grandma Della Bartley as Gretchen Blake A Mischel as Bob Blake Gretchen's husband TRY Some Orange Pineapple ICE CREAM or Dinner Today I Pt 20c' Qt 35c We Deliver Quick! WELDON THE DRUGGIST Masonic Bldg Phone 476 SIGNATURE ONLY LOANS No One Else Need Sign The STMTIJST Mid ASTEST WAY to borrow up to 1 300 rier dr relatives or employer WILL NOT KNOW of your Joan Loans also arranged on furniture auto livestock etc Call and Jrarn NEW OICE LOCATION Our new SECOND IXDOR offices and private consulation rooms afford COMPLETE PRIVACY when vou deal here RANKLIN SECURITY CO (Incorporated Comer Main and St Ann Streets Over Weir Morgan CloUiing Store Phone 2 0 2 Owensboro Ky ciency relieve nervous condi tion and insure eye comfort Glasses increase effi Miles Lancaster General Automobile REPAIRING CARBURETOR REPAIRING A SPECIALTY 3rd Bolivar Street for flowers Mercer's Studio rederica St Mors e'cr new location 223 St Ann St Eat Sunday dinner at the Pig 222 Allen 35c Born tn Mr and Mrs OdS Marrctt 808 Clay street a son at the city hospital Saturday night Permanents 50c shampoo set 25c manicure 15c Owensboro Beau ty College 213 1 2 Allen ph 1034 to Mr and Mrs Burl Dant of Elba Thursday a daugh ter Parrie Tee Hear Airs Ida Wise Smith Pres Nat over WHAS Mon 2:45 to 3 pm The White Shrine will meet at the Masonic temple at 7:30 pm Tuesday of Providence Methodist chureh will meet at the church at 2 pm Tuesday Mrs Elliott will he in charge John Hinkle Rebekah lodge No 39 will hold a business meeting at the Odd ellows hall nt 7:30 pm Monday Little change was reported Sat urday In the condition of Ben Poindexter who was removed to the city hospital riday aftir suf fering a paralytic stroke eather Weight Aicli Supports made to Individual Impression Will not break down Special price for a short time Vestal 107 3rd Street Special millinery sale Monday! Choice of more than 100 straw' hats In navy and black regular values to $10 Choice $100 levys Incorpo rated 11 Knipc of Owcnslxrro underwent an operation for appen dlctitis at the Union hospital Terre Haute Ind riday She is get ting along well class of the Central Presbyterian church will hold a business meeting at the home of Mrs Charles Akin 1421 West Sec ond street at 2:30 pm Thursday Members of Circle No 7 of the irst Baptist church meet at the church at 2:30 pm Monday going thence to the county infirm ary where they will present a devo tional program The Woman's Missionary soci ety of Cumberland Presbyterian church will meet at the church at 2:30 pm Monday Mrs A Gallo way will be the loader Lillian Crowe who under went a minor operation at the hos pital riday' is getting along' well She is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Arthur Crowe 624 East Third street COURT NEWS Gates Murray was fined $5 and costs for drunkenness and Robert Oliver was given a suspended fine of $5 and costs on a like charge in police court Saturday morning A charge of vagrancy against Herman Bland was con tinued until Monday and one of breach of the peace against Didd lum Mcarland negro was con tinued until Monday A warrant charging Richard King and Della King negroes with illeg ally possessing Intoxicating liquor was dismissed TRAIC CASES William Bollinger and Mrs Grov er Pirtle entered pleas of guilty to angle parking and fines of $2 each were entered against them in police court Saturday TRAIC SUMMONS Bugg 22 of 101 West Twen ty fourth street and Elizabeth arris of 1204 West ourth street wcr? issued court summonses Sut day on charges of reckless driving by Patrolmen Nance Bidwell and Bristow POLICE ARRESTS Jesse Lewis 50 of Mt Vernon Ind charged with being drunk was arrested Saturday by Patrol man Hicks Edward Joboc 51 was arrested by Patrolman Hicks on a charge of be ing drunk John Spiviloo 19 of Henderson was arrested by Parkkeepor Cole man on a charge of being drunk Norman Burns charged with be ing drunk was arrested by Captain Morris Dance! Annual June dance St Social club at Rome June 9 8:30 to 12 Betty orchestra Up to Date Printing With New Modern Type Hardin Printing Co 212 Third St Phone 218 400 rederica Phone 579 DR HH HARGIS DENTIST New Location 220 i rederica St Over Drug Store Dr RP Keene DrPJHeld DENTISTS Specializing in Extracting Teeth Gas or RED TOP TAXI Rear Planters Hotel All Passengers Insured Careful Courteous Drivers PHONE 102 inspirational MEETS PLANNED Buena Vista Church To Be Host Baptist Pastors Will Preach A series of meet Ings will bo hdd at the Buena Vista Baptist church tills week opening Monday and closing ri day with the different Baptist churches providing the speakers and special music The Rev Harvey is pastor of the host church All meetings will be held at 8 Devotional exercises throughout the week will be conducted by the Buena Vista Baptist Training union Programs for the week fol low Monday special music by Hall Street church the Rev Waite pastor preaching on "The Pray ing Christian Tuesday special music Third Baptist church the' Rev A Cagle pastor preaching on "Put ting 'irst Things Wednesday special music to be announced the Rev Janies Leavell of Louisville preaching on Big Banti Thursday special music Eaton Memorial church the Rev 11 McElroy pastor preaching on "God's inancial riday special music irst Bap tist church the Rev Robert Humphreys pastor preaching on Lost River A Chapter To Dedicate our Markers Cannelton Ind June 6 The Lost River chapter Daughters of Hie American Revolution will ded icate four markers in a small fam ily cemetery in orange county at 1:30 Sunday The cemetery is located near the Washington county line one mile south of Road 56 on tlie farm of Milton Clem ents John Wellman of Evansville has secured government markers for the graves of two Revolutionary soldiers George Hcnton and James Murphy also for a soldier of the War of 1812 Daniel Murphy a son of James Murphy Lost River chap ter will place a "Daughter Marker" upon tlie grave of George Hentern's daughter Mary who marrind Dan iel Murphy Mrs Harvey Morris of Salem and Mr Wellman will bp tlie prin cipal speakers and the Clarence Kceth Post of tlie American leg ion of Paoli will take part in the program Services are open to the public Softball Schedules or Coming Week The A Softball league will begin their second week of play Monday with League playing on Mondav and Thursday and League continuing play on Tuesday and riday afternoons Since the A team did not show up for its game last Thurs day it is doubtful whether it will continue in the league If not the team that was to have met it in each instance will draw a bve un til another team is secured to take their place The week's schedule is as follows: League Monday Akin's Inn vs Terry's Restaurant Bell Telephone vs Mes senger Inquirer Anglo American Mill (Bye) Thursday Bell Telephone vs Akin's Inn Anglo American Mill vs Messenger Inquirer Terry's Restaurant (Bye) League Tuesdnv Eaton Memorial vs ield's Chesterfields Ames Cropor ation vs irst Baptist vs Zion Evangelical ield's Chesterfield vs irst Baptist Vs Eaton Memorial Ames Corporation vs Zion Evangelical I Vacation Special WUEK ormerly Real GgJM'iElb I Arl 01 nianont Croqulg nolc yjf $250 Normandie spiral nr croqnlgnolc uil he Purnnnrnt that ists lunm or rd bleached or Im? hnf Cngcim or rederic Wave $090 Mon Tups AVcd Shampoo itiuer Wave and Arch OOC Open Lvcnings by Appointment OtL SHOPPE RS Grandma Comedy in Three Acts at i St Joseph Auditorium ifth and Clay Wed Thur June 10 11 8:00 Adults 25c Children 10c EUREKA VACUUMS $1985 to $5950 Attachments ree Maytag Owensboro Co i 215 Second Plione 322 GASSER TO BUM MI This club In Have Your Prescriptions for ILLED AT SMITH BATES Pharmacy Is a Profession and Not a Side Phone 43 HARMLESS SPRAY OUR KERRICK (AR WASHER WANT A GOOD USED CAR? Distributed By $145 ord Tudor $195 1930 ord ordor $175 1930 Chevrolet Tudor belongings the safety of $195 1931 ord Tudor $250 1932 ord Coupe PHONE 25 CASH BUYERS if you do $345 1933 Chevrolet Tudor SOLDIER Why not en $395 1934 Plymouth Coupe LUCKETT $395 ord Tudor $475 1935 Plymouth Coupe 2537 $475 $495 1935 Deluxe ord Coupe SPECIAL STORAGE CI PHOAKDS HARRY HOLDER MOTOR CO? If (Incorporated) AUTHORIZED ORD DEALER REE GQL THE cut the demonstrated Sat ai the holding of convention In tlie With an auditof The annual catch of whales the Antarctic exceeds 10090 auditoriums we le Daviess metropolis to maintain such a see if we can start home at 7 of Elizabethtown state the 80s You wonder how this gentle mist can wash away hard caked oil and grease from wheels springs and other usually neglected places But you see that it duet and that it penetrates every crack and crevice leav ing everything it touches perfectly clean dry unharmed AUTO ENDERS PHONE 89 Your car will be far cleaner than ever before stay clean longer after a washing and retain its finish longer if re wash it with our Kerrick Kleaner Come in and see I WHEN IT TIM TO hOVt a one cast to vary in one for Unlike other car washing methods our Kerrick Kleaner cleans without harm to the finest finish Hold your hand in the spray close to the nozzle It is hot enough to clean thoroughly but not hot enough to burn Neither does it drive the grit and road dirt into the finish with the destructive effect of sandpaper job and as the Drug Store i 220 222 rederica Street the shipment Guaranteed ser vice and years of exper ience 1935 ofd Tudor Oranges first were grown In California in 1873 La Salle Coupe first class condition good tires per fect mechanically new paint See this value at $250 Greenwell Chisholm Co 132 reuerica 266 ALL STEEL OICE EQUIPMENT a life time with COMPLIMEN LETTER We vou to call for Visit our used car department Late models Popular body types All as represented and priced right Easy UCC terms take your old car in trade Eighth street between rederica and Locust streets suggests that thoroughfare being made into a one way street going west off red erica and Seventh street way thoroughfare going rederica Taxicab prices you may get twenty five cents while still an other can be had for fifteen again one line offers three fares for fifteen while we find an other that charges twenty cents for four long they can operate at'tliese to the prices is something most of us will not venture to guess would have been a popular tune with some of Owpns boro's elfctric users riday after noon when one of the circuits from the municipal light plant was off on account of trouble at plant With the city schools closed the summer vacation it wouldn't be a bad idea for a fire inspection to be held at each of the eleven school buildings Have these schools a proper number of fire escapes? More fire drills during school year would Walnut Street Baptists To Have Inspirational Meets A week of inspirational meetings with missionary instruction has been arranged at the Walnut Street Baptist church beginning at 7:45 Monday and concluding ri day Classes each evening will con clude in about an hour ive books will be taught as follows: "Who Is My the Rev Coakley pastor of the church this class being for men the Rev Arthur Dailey class for women "Who Is My Mrs Coakley class for young people People of the Jesus Miss Enda Lee class for intermediates "Guitars and Water Miss Mary Julia Augenstein class for junior' Have Your Eyes Exam ined By Graduate Optometrist DR RANK PARDON 210 Crd St (At Jewelry Sttre) Owepsboro council No 817 of the Knights of Columbus will its thirty first Initiation today at the council home in rederica street There will be thirty five candidates from Owensboro with a number from Henderson Uniontown Padu cah Bowling Green Whitesville West Louisville Evansville and Southern Indiana ollowing assembly at the of home 'the members and candi dates will attend 10 o'clock mass at St Stephen's church Initiation ceremonies will be held at the home at 1:30 A banquet will be held at the McNamara deputy will be a guest and speaker at the banquet Other speakers will be LaVega Clements Owensboro Joe Goekel Paducah Victor Spalding Uniontown State War den Pat Hogan Bowling Green and Michael Galvin Paducah state treasurer This annual event is al ways attended by Catholics from a wide radius Rounds Sons (Established 1850) Jewelers Opticians Cor 8th rederica Sts PHONE 425 or LOWERS 309 St Ann Large Class of Candidates To Be Inducted 35 Being rom Owensboro alm be advisable those high powered radioes used to blast out each day of Owensboro business cu Sale starts Monday June 8th A DRISKILL URNITURE CO HERE IT IS BOYS! Pharmacy Second at Elm PHONE 491 Plenty uf Parkins ATTENTION ARMERS Buy your Paris Green Arsenate of Lead Magnesium Arsenate Dutox and Bean Beetle Dust NOTICE Come to PLACE or refreshments and recreation New dance floor ond plenty nf table space PrhMe parking Can park 150 cars JACK GOODWIN Owner and Operator 1020 Crabtree Ave Miss which in front they have been tabooed by a recent city ordinance Truck driv ers seem to be privileged on this double parking despite the current drive on traffic violators Police pedestrians and motor drivers in general protest "Taxicab statement last week that taxicabs are operated in a more efficient manner than private conveyances Some motorists have a habit of driving at street in tersections while awaiting lights causing pedestrians to walk either back of cars are out in the middle of the street Dad will have his day yes it's "ather's and it is one day in the year that is really his Get in that "Breezy today for next week BBB Double Dip Cones 5c TRY OUR MELLO CREAM SODA GIANT SIZE 10c OUR LUSCIOUS CREAM Made resh Daily Qt 35c Pt 20c Ice Cold LEMONADE ORANGEADE LIMEADE la EER STEELE Dit PHONE 1102 UR COATS Special prices on remodeling and relining Stored and you pay next tall Mrs Dode Taylor Utica Route 2 Hartford Road Phone 32 Pleasant Ridge Camel Chesterfield Lucky Strike Old Gold Raleigh: 10 Cartons $120 Each 5 to 9 Cartons $122 2 to 1 Car tons $125 1 Carton $135 deliv ered ACTORY RESH by mail POSTPAID Write for prices on other brands and larger quantities No law violation Mail a trial or der and see how many dollars you can save Satisfaction guaranteed POSTAL TOBACCO CO Box 500 Dale Ind The Wright Machine Co Incorporated) I PHONES Office 51 Shop 21 MONARCH AST REIGHT Overnight to St Louis Nash ville Chicago Indianapolis Louisville and Cincinnati WE EATURE AST SERVICE Owensboro Evansville Vincennes Paducah Cairo St Louis 505 ourth St Phone 415 Gospel Mission Mothers Club To Meet Wednesday The monthly meeting of the Mothers club of the Gospel Mission will be held at the Mission at 2 Wednesday Reports will be given by various committees Miss Lois Purcell will tell of the work being done by the young women in the Homemakers club This club has a membership of 20 each gjirl having made a quilt Miss BeajjK's Bollinger will give a report on tiro Saturday afternoon story hours that have been conducted at the Mis sion The program will be in charge of the Women's Mislsonary society from Maceo Baptist church with Mrs Riddle in charge Mem bers of the Baptist missionary so cieties are invited to attend Seminary students are invited to be special guests at this meeting NOTICE Looking or Good Home Cooked MmN look or the SAVOY CAE 211 AVI S3 MAIN Opposite Court House Annual picnic St AL phonsus church Saturday June 20 Be Surprised! To know that vour many hi friends SECURE 1) THEIR SET of silver plated teaspoons guar anteed OUR TARY invite your letter With Old Sol back on clicking on high In the getting his range for a further sault on the heat mark as summer season swings into action on Sunday June 21 we find that Riverview park is about the coolest natural spot in Owensboro thcse days The little park along the bank of file Ohio river has been supplied with new benches and most of these arc taken each after noon by the large number of visi tors seeking relief from heat Luke Townsley park keeper takes great pride in keeping the little park pic and span This spring he laid out a number of flower beds to add much attractiveness to Hie spot Willow trees down on tlie river bank wire trimmed even with the lop of the bank several weeks ago allowing views of the beautiful Ohio river scenery which were heretofore Despite the parkkeeper's efforts to keep the park clean and the benches in fip top condition he finds that "chronic whittiers" and have been wdaitthng on the benches so much that in many cases new strips of boards are needed to repair the damage done Townsley has issued a warning that if anyone Is caught cutting lais initials on park benches or whittling upon them in any manner a warrant will be taken out charging the culprit with de stroying city property How much money goes out of Owensboro via and the horse race machines? We understand that the amounts to around $500 or $60b a week and that Louisville and Ev ansville men own the machines and come to Owensboro about once or twice a week and with local merchants Some merchants have from one to three machines in their business establishments and seem to cater to the "pin trade more than to their regular business Of course these and various sorts of slot machines arc protected by city licenses Which brings up tliat much dis cussed topic of does Little Reno own gambling fraternity) get away with Owensboro's need for a municipal auditorium was urday afternoon the Democratic courthouse yard him the convention could have been conducted in a fast orderly manner the delegates of the oppos ing factions could be seated and then counted without much confu sion However this is just one of several arguments for a municipal auditorium and when ve think of smaller cities than Owensboro that have their own lieve that the would be able building Let's the ball rolling! As we ramble along here and there we find that the Owensboro police are on one of their many spasmodic drives now its parking overtime and angle they might add proper turning at street inter sections A resident of West Better Washing At Reasonable Prices I OWENSBORO 316 Third Street Incorporated The biyncst sale we ever pulled off Liberal terms Everything must go! We must do some remodeling Prices reduced on every thing in tlie store Electric Refrigerators Bedroom Suites Livingroom Suites and Brea kfast Sets Th INK MILLER Whether you ship by train by boat or by bus rest assured Phone 58 2 aWsML Ti I Qsl bpace I W8MSI fa 1 Oiion iNL 1 1 1 treion ie REt GOL.

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