The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 8, 1940 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 8, 1940
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MARCH Si u 1 o, con™, S illll I Mrs. John GantHt ami dangler K'.Uo, left Wednesday for a yarn- Spi-hiKs." Ark. ? I ™ RVII ' I ' R < ARK -> COURIER NEWS county lieiillli IUII-SP. Miss A(lu lioytt, was present nt the meellni; Stability Of Exchange Important Matter In War 1 imes HUJ-'J-'ALO, ti, y. lUI'/.-Sliilltllly of ew.-lHin 8 f. rales de.sjiil;; wartime rondiilan.s has been an Important factor in maintaining United •Stalcs-Cttihidliii) trade levels si-x-? the outbreak of war in Karoim. in the. opinion ot Alexander M-llaln. iulcllisumr division chief oi tin- Ca'MHliuii foreign cxehnni;e con- irol board. M-.'H.dn tolil :: IJnlfalo audience thai Canada's forei-;:'. s.v--lnn p ,;l control (tillers nidl'.-iiMy in con- ceptluii ami operation trout louiis of cout'ol (.-incted i.i other comi- ThR Dominion offhhil explain';'that the Oltaw.i Control !)o:i:-" "exercises effective alilicutfi benevolent control" over nil capital movements as a mean,'; of corre- laiins tin; war effort on the economic front. One of the chief functions ot the boiir-.i is to con- MTVO capital In Canada, pi-esfrvc the inherent value ol existing in-' vestments and preven capiui! lioin being dissinaicrt in spccula- tlve or other unessential uses abroad, insofar as possible, and making it available for the vital needs of war financing. Loan Program Outlmi-u "The Canadian government hi the course of its war program will find It necessary \:> omaw i. 1:1 domestic market to men tun ;ni.- gin of difference holwcon taxation and wartime expenditures." he said. ")ti the present war foreign capital markets, not already ci,- Saued in war efforts on behalf of their own ppopbs, are not m-n !•> Canadu. anU It is probable that all Canadian war loans this time will be on a domestic basis. Any disorganization of markets due lo war hysteria would increase tlie cost Mary Lules and Mrs A .-on. Tito next inoelliiu of the hlnb will be held Miirch 13. at Ihe club "and It l :i now a part of Cmndian law that nil tlm:;ti valurl.vj lo tourists must pay the premium WllCII accCIJlijJg U. S. fund:; lor eiiher touils or services. .\'o restrictions, military w other's i-.e, hive hr:en imposed on U. S. tourists, anrt wc'i'yililnij has been done lo avoid thi' sllglite.M Inc<i:i- venicm-i' to vhltois." Make Plans For Girl Scoitt, Mother Banquet Ve Chili .Meets Members 01 tlie Ace Chib met Wednesday afternoon at the home ot Mrs. Delbert Harper. Mrs. W. P. Robertson Sr. was dub guest for ihe afternoon. ; " - v..^..o>. inv I;U.TL High scoie pii/.e, a cellophane of financing and limit the ability clothes bag wns won by Mrs Clay of the Canadian people iu making ion Holt. Mrs, Frank Long Jr., ol for the annual Girl .S:-oiil Mother nnd DanjjlHcr banquH were nu.di- last, uijiht HI a irijup lenders meeting n 1 . the city hall. Av the iolJi .-i.nm-eisary of Girl ixi'.llr.jj i., (i, ],,-. o•:..•(>;• ,,.ij in'M week, the \u:u\ scouts liiivo chusen Friiltty night of thai wec k 10 have their banquet. It will be at fl:UO o'clock at the first Presbvlerlan church, Members of the nusiness and Profcssloiiul Woman's Circle of the Woman's Auxiliary of llie church v,l!l .serve Die banquet. Mrs. George M. Hum. lender of the Lauge Iroop. u in charge of the ircgi-am while ineinbers ol Miss Helen Louise Khaver and Miss Vir- 3iui:t Wlillaiiis' junior high .school troops will make the placecards. Society—Persona! their maximum contribution to lite voluntary effort on Ihe ejo- noinic war front." ,Tefe:ring to changes made in Canadian monetary and bni&in; legisiaiion during recent years. McBain said: "Such changes have improved the efficiency and flexibility of the machinery now available *lo pro- mole the public welfare in war Braggadocio, briilgopd niid received a make tip cape. At the close of the afternoon the hostess served individual chicken pies, salad, deviled eggs, pickles aim oliv.-;i am, nil . pecan pie. Sunbeam Hand Metis The Sunbeam Band met at the Baptist church in their regular meeting Monday afternoon. The uie me puonc wcnare in war- meeting Monday aftcn time as well as peacetime, and the meeting was opened by the- nresl- coinparatively moderate effect of dent, Norma jesn Nichols, and the songs, "Be a Little ounbeaiir a.j "Praise Him" were sinif, led by the choristers, Hohert Canlrel! and Charles David Steplian. The devoUoiuil was given by Young, the immediate shock of war on the Canadian financial markets has been due in hirje measure to the supervision now ix>ssib!e. Capital Outgo Restricted "As the; board.- functions primarily •for-lhe-.Gonse'rvallbii of wealth \yithiii Canada.. it supervises licenses movements out of and LaJeanne Smith. „ sponsor, told a story, -rile Mountain Girl." The meeting closed with a prayer, and afterwards tne country. Movements of capital into I girls of the Y.' \v. A. served cook- it's. A special affering was taken • ! * • . Simjison-Jmics Miss Velnia Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Jones of Cooler, became (he bride of Edward Simpsoji oi Lawrembm'g, !Cy., at the Metliodisl parsonage nsre j ues- i day morning. The Rev. W. L Meyer performed the :iiii>!e ring ceremony. Tlie youna couple were imaUcndcil. Mr. Simpson is llie son of Mr:,. J. P. Simpson ot Lawieiisbur&, and is employed us a RC.A engine,;, there. The bride was innploytcl at tne telepnone office here "bslore her marriage. Mr. and . Mrs. imip- son will make their home at I..\w- rensbtirg. Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Luten spent Tuesday in Jackson. Mo., with Mrs. Linen's father and sister. Afr. and Mrs. Willard Russell of hayti were among those from out of town who attended the Civic Players' production, OuUard Bound" here Wcaneiday cvcniiie. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. it. Pigmon. Mrs! Georgia Arnold, Misses iveilt.' i.^, Dorroh. Nellie McOlanahan ujiii j Mrs. Teresa McClanahan all went ! lo Cape Girardean Tuesday lo al- tend lire funeral of Canon" English of Unit. cily. Mrs. English will lie i remembered here as the former i Miss Mary Sprague. i Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cook of Wal, nut Riclgc. Ark., arrived Tliursday 1 afternoon to visit \vith tlieir son, | Jack Langdon, and Mis. Langdon. ' and to attend the Civic Players' j production. "Outward Bound." I Mrs. Goldie Fisher, Miss Nannie j Garrett and Mrs. loiuUiy W.iul , spcnl Wednesday in Memphis. t Mrs. Myrtle Humphrey, who lias been visiting with Mr. nnd Mrs Tilford Patmore. returned to Mem'-' Tuesday. ! Mr. and Mis. E. S. Huffman. KI.Y 4 i:i,itt:iiTs»\ olfd I'.xptrl 0,1 Undue, Your present 5 Crown lo taste even lietle: tlinn ilit 5 Crown joti hlcailnl in llie dap uficr . It's ;inoutUcr now." TASTES BETTER Seagram's 5 Crown Blended \\1ifelcy. ^2 l ,i<% gram spirit;. 90 I'rnof. Scofirani-Diflillcrs Corporaiion, N. Y. H APPY GRO.& H OUft FREK DRUVKKY W. M/lln SI, I'hone' IS WHAT BACK-ACHE MAY MEAN bit MMn St. DRS. NIES & NIES r-h,,-,-, ,,, )Jn i^.,. have been v B cntl 0 ,,h» u vo wi-ks for the past —I Harmon Taylor Chosen As New Scoutmaster Harm:in Taylor has ] W n .srlcct- ed scoutmaster o| a »,, ft . Hoy Scmtl troop here sponsored by ill',. Uuns clttlj. Oscar liuiley . mt , p.,,,,,,,, l-ni'lnnil will .vm.> ^ a«hwiu -11.Club News Notes for opetilDu worship mul duss periods. AI 10MO o'clock, (lie prows- Moiiul Into Die elmreji nti<lltor!i:in will Ijfaln. Ushers niul thaw In elmrne of IP distribution of programs and i»OM' ivlio win uppear on (lie pro- LT;IM, win i,,, sHeelrd from Ihe H classes of the department. 1'iireiils mill friends of these V" ; 'm; people ure. cv>p,. c lully Invll- i-H. || M)M , („ ,.),iiri;i' Mild lotliiy. mid "H ytmiijj jieoplc Iji-livran Ih'e ii«e "' 12 »nd n not eonnecied wllh "int'r dnivehes of Die elly are In>'<''< to be wllh these JOIIIIR peo- !>!<' i" Die .s- PAGE THREE; It's Newvlt's Different... It! J.-iiKrei imiiilK'i of any lown lasL'rn Arkansas t'0uii;-il Kvery troop blioiiki | lul ! pairol ori;anl2nlloii mwt a | M'K'jK'b of Jonwbrtro, t-ounc executive, who spoke before i ing of local scouters at the Holel Noble last nii!lu. Mr, Maenab stated Unit the patrol .system | s not one i)n>i>io<l of scoiitlii K (or l;ny.\ but is Ihe only method. "The wise scoutmaster will capitalize on the sniij. of hoys and will wisely M-ICCI one of (he cans for their leader and e ive him Varbni I-II Clnli. The Yarbro 1-H club met Weil-1 isi'sday, with James I'arrish pn'-' sidtni: oier the 42 members prcs UH. .Mnr(h:i Ann Hunch led th- ilnb in lU'Oiij) slnjiiiij!, u. n. A, i ineu'oatois were dlsi-nwed by Mlssi Cm;,, lee coleman, county home 1 demonstration aiicnl, i H. W. .Schrocrh'r. assislniit. conn-i ly asjrlcultnrnl agent, discussed "Fruit Trees of Mlssls.sippl County," and nlso uuve a doiitonstrii- lion oti pruning fruit trees. I cn<- Oak 4-11 Club. Orln Alexander presided over tl»: niiellnii ol tile I/me Onk 4-11 club liekl Monday. IJi-rntce Overiiiull | led the club in group singing. Poultry and brooders were dls- eusKi'il by Miss Cora Lcc Colemmi, home demoiislrnlion agont and j home orchards In Mississippi Cotin-j ly were discussed by R. W. Scluoc-! J "" ' ' agricultural' s Joined nssisl(lllt „, . . lll:u ' k " ;lt " ter," Mr. Mncnab conttnued. A planned program is important! ' ! lor many reasons, chlel o( which \'^ , , ' ,, nt ' w i? lhal U will Rive every scout in' " U c ' lllb Bt " lc ' the troop the iidvinitnge of a well imimlea program of scout, iictiv- ity Hint will develop in, the boy cluuitctEr and train him for clti- v.enship. he said. Mr. Macnub iwlnted out the many helps (hat are available to the scoutmaster from tlie national and local council. The advancement procedure was demonstrated before the group. The processes—Leainhia, cxainiii- ln;->. reviewing nnd ati'ardliijj. were explained and plans made to make O« Kl - , T U them effective locally, c. A. Gun- OaptlSlS 10 Honor iiliijjliniii is rlialrinan of the loca Court of Honor. troop will conduct n boar< of review with their own trooi- committee mid on Ihe fourth Monday of eacli month all the ti will come together for awarding the i links, merit badges and other honors passed on by board of review. The Old Kushlon Sour Mash Whisky ll'j "Coiintiy Mi<k" ifilli limcstuac wild out lioLikoc Illl Cl<lt sine 16.20, Kentucky Striluht Hourbon Whisky Dlstjlbulrd I'i'liliiian's Helena. Ark ii^v ^- *» *j ^ M ^» r »»w^»w«« wit yea Nineteen new members joined llie Hlackwater 4-11 chib at llie' or «' ! >"lnir any lonser lo mectin.5 held Tursday. Waiula Rny! 11 "' ul '' ' 1;lr ' Stirlnjr is I»TC Ciiiey' presided over the meeting,) f. 1 ' 1 '* 1 I'fisiwi'ts (or u K u ni ] and l.ollle Scoll led gioup singing.] ""'' " rc s" 11 " 1 r'ml linruuliw: Tlte following rlnh routolm; onve .•». ,.^v..., IK, nu 1 $56 C mil lici $575 The following club captains repoits: Joe Newton. Jnines Crnf- (0 "' Lucille I'atlon. Gloria Fiiye ^"''. c ' l! " 1(>1 Cl " ft( '». "ml Wllnm Denionslratioii Club News Notes Dogwood Club. The Dogwood Home Demonstration Club met Wednesday at lite club house. Mrs. E. A. Craig grive llie devotional. Mrs. W. H. Dycss discussed shrubbery and bulbs and "Getting the Ground Ready was discnssfd by the gardening'chair- man, Mrs. J. Burks. "Duties of the Sheriff and Collector" were given by ihe government and taxation chairman, and Mrs. W. S. Langdon discussed typhoid shots and diphtheria. ' The "I'J PONTIAC Deluxe Coiliw, and u healer for ncxl winter. New tires '39 11O11GE Sednn,.muslc nnd lieu 11 dandy for £ C 7 C tamieone . t . ,. . „ j'M CI1KYSLEU Sedan, radio Intermediate UrOUp Iwater. Many miles lefl In Illl lone. It has had tllC wonderful cure Jljl Next Sunday In the First Hap- ' list church, (he Intennedlalc ilc- partment of the Church School ' will lie honored by having the en- I tire morning services dedicated to 11. The members will meet In Ihe department room? at 9:30 o'clock „ s " 10 ° l Dr. J. A. Saliba. Announces the rrmnval at his office from the Iiurram building to 124 E. Kentucky. Res. I'hone 110; Office Ph. 41tt as velvet. You're missing .•something If you miss this. l.i-l us Rive you a figure un new one. Langston-Wroten Company llroadway A Walnut ISlyttievlllc, Ark. I'unlla Tax Assessment its Mild, „« , s sF ' B Mellow Flavor! *«:<>- (HIS WKISWIS 4 YEARS OlD-90 PROOF Copr. 1940, The Otd Quaker Co ! lowre/icetwg, Indiana ' The Time for Assessing Rural and Personal Property Is From Now Until APRIL 8th //' yon fail to assess your property the law requires me to assess it for you. You know the value of your properly better than anyone else. Please help me to fix the proper value on your property. W.W.(Buddy)Watson County Assessor . »Mr • thil " cvc ' r l)erorc i W.iIJ,,w 6f, Poly. { ; :ls . . . ,, 1C ama! ,. nw _ O'J"-'. ret;ulnr.frice motor fuel. It's improved!.. , improved so greatly that it gives you practically the same premium pcr- fonnaiicc for wlilclt you previously had lo pay 2f'o.w.i per gallon, rl The ocl:i,i<! ,;n;,, R of the New Phillips' 6f, Poly Ons has lieen lifted so liigh .hat it meets llie needs of latest-nuulcl high compression motors. Ami it is higher test, too. No matter row low the temperature drops, this extra- lively gasoline will start your cold motor promptly, withoiu jpmicring or coughing So try a unkful. li costs nothing extra. Phill-up with Phillips for Do you suffer from SPRING FERVOR? You know the symptoms! A sudden unexplainablc restlessness. . . spells of day-dreaming . . . the urge to dig in the still-frozen ground. Old things are dvab and tiresome. Prcnxiodly you want new clothes, new drapes, now menus, new ideas for entertaining and decorating. . ' Leaf through this paper's advertising pages. You'll find the advertisements have anticipated your desires. They're brimming with latest style news for Easter paraders . . . helpful hints for homemakers • . : grand values in garden gear, house paint, Venetian blinds, to put the house in step with spring! Check what's offered with what you need. You'll be surprised how economically you can do all the things you want to do. Yes, dollars s-t-r-e-t-c-h unbelievably far for ad-wise shoppers! Read the advertisements before you. buy.

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