The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 23, 1940 · Page 6
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 23, 1940
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f AGE SEX Reci-TTot Rookies -THOMAS Double-Talking Hymie Paychck As L i k c 1 y '• Winner NEW YORK, March 22 vUP)- , Manager' Hyinlc Capiin. one of the \ most .conservative radicals in resin j ravine, tvarm the boxing experts:) "Joe Louis Is sllppln 1 so fast he ; might get his brains knocked out by Johnny Paycheck Friday night." ; Despite his flock of box fighters, double-talking -Hymle is a nou- i tral observer in tills Instance, hav- 1 hit; ho contt'inilng heavies with i axes to grind. - I Capiin of lirnoRlyn's Brownsville ' (home of the $5 murder syndl- , eate) says, "ix)»Is hits lost, hi zing." , This pronoiinceinenl from Hymle of the fair and frilled hair mny ! affect Die bailing odds of 300 to 1, | because Hymle Is rccotrnteeO us an j "expoli" In his own rights-having managed four ex-champions and being pilot of the current light- I weight Challenger, Lew Jenkins. I Moreover, Ifynile always has a lot j of "rmgles." i Hymle says, "Louis ain't got da punch no 111030. An' lie nln't hust- lln' after da groceries. Which Is n bad combo for a bozo who can't take it oit da lug." One of the boxing writers at Mlh Century headquarters disagreed with Ilymie about the "husilin' for urocerics" business. He told Hymle that Louis is training harder for his fight Ihnn ever before. "At's a laugh till I'm cryin'." says Hyinte. "I been up to Greenwood Lake and seen him trnlnhr. Da Louis mob Is iryln' de.sprllly lo bool da champ back Inln shape-making him box live days instead'a (our. So what? So Louis goes through da motions. But he ain't got da zing. You'd dope his sparrhv partners for champs inslend'n Louis. Clarence Brown belts him aromr every time (ley box. An' who Is Clarence Brown? Louis craves to give his Brown da business, but he ain't got enough punch to even shake Brown up." For proof positive (hat Bomber Joe's punch is eone, Capiin points to the champion's last three fights. He says, "Tony Galento almost puls '• Louis away In June, nnrl he would j of if Tony hnd as much brains as j belly. 'Neil hi September, Bob Pas- • lor kisses da cnnvas four times In i (la firs' ram'. But U hikes'Louis 11 roun's to finish him. An' las' monf u furrlnei-. called Qocioy. shoves Dillman, Byrd On Same Side Joe Dlllmnn ami Ptoyd Byrd will team up in nnntlier of tho'so wild tag wrcstiinjj aifairs Monday ni^ht i»t the Lefilon ,., m , a . Their aiipV wills will be Del realura. (), e ^i^v i New Yorker, and George Bcnnrtt. fenll Lake City wiesller who re(urns here uftor an absence of several months. Individual tmuchcs of one Till I'nch will follow the tag wrcstlln:; exhibition. Hyid will tic up'with i Ucmiou in what should lie the roughest exhibition on (he eiml j ami nalnes will t-ngai/t DIDjnni. in ! ho other mau:h. The ;iO-mlmu.' tim SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1!MO • SCHOOL NEWS S£A 75 \VON %1 GAMES J-A$r ysAfWP SCK our 132 mon SCHOOL NKWS j I iUtorson Speaks. A talk on (he origin and scope I f (lie Roiary club * as <lehvereil i,, nssembly Monday by GIWKO W. Patterson, pastor, ol the Mi-si chj'Isllan chuicn Mr. 1'allerson, himself -i Rn-< j tarlan, explained (o the students ilhat His Rolary club Is not jtisti a civic organization bnl an Intel, national .system thai was founded i 0 . 1 '? 1 ' 39 y<"i« ago to promote, eiilefly, International understanding between all rations. He con. eluded his talk by polnlliii; out n few of the principles un which the Rotary Anns have based their auxiliary organization. i Hand Gives Contort. j The IJlytlievlllc high school coh- i cert band, under the direction ol j (Jinnies 0. Moreheact. was present- TLir DA \ss\ri- i' :l1 '" ;iss «nb!y, Wednesday by Hit rATUPr I 1 '"™*"" 1 " Hoblnson, sponsor of the .... —, j assembly programs for the v.-eek 1 March 18-22. i Mr. Morehcad gave n short lalk t concerning tlie work the band has 11 doing the past year and re-' s j vented sonic of lhe requirement:. Unit the band must fulfill before it can comixHe In the district meet. The band opened the program by playing a warm-up march," "Advance" followed by "Drcadnaught." The program was concluded - with lhe playing'of lhe "Mantilla" overture.' Says y Rich' Mate Fibbed on Wealth , ...... limit, will be in effect for ii', | Individual matches. HV IIARKV CiKAYSON .Service Sports • Editor PILOTS T8 m ic I8 'veaknesses. Men who can run, throw, lilt, field and think." . . . The Detroit Timers are thinking of engaging a manicurist •' to travel ivllh the uhib. ... They have hnd two player.-; in| jineil In spring practice by balls ; hilling nails thai needed Irlm- . j inlng. ... Announcemcul IVmcIc After i nnl - v Dlckc s causiu most or i«si ,,^^ Q | r | sra sou with one hand and will use ges Oeciirecl r or Fnnrlc i HUGS CArtTJTtlEHSVILLE, Mo.. March 22.—Carulhcrsville. Mo.. 1'ilots will tlcdnUcly ptirtlcipate in the Northeast Arkansas Class D baseball .Vague, it wus announced here shortly before noon today. This announcement was forthcoming after a special volunteer canvassing committee to raise funds lor carrying on the 1940 lenm, stated they hail secured pledges 'o guarantee the local team be self-sustaining, for this season, It tto-'unfdresecn calamities occurred. Squirts; The lalk of the circuit Burgpxs .Whltcbead. . . • j,,.,, playing third base for the : Olniiw like he'<l never played anywl;i<ii- [ . . . Appears lo have completely shaken oil the eilects of j last year's nervous breakdown, lie may be the Hfesaver for Bill Terry. . . . And the. Irony of ihi- j.situation Is that, the Colonel didii'i , want, him with the tenni and nl- j lowed him to re|x>rt only became he had no place lo send him. What power those Red Sox explode! ... If Joe Cronlu's yoim» pitchers can help at all, the Sox may finally make it an argument willi the Yankees, . .. Joe is very high on a kid named Herb Hash Irojn Minneapolis ... a hard ball thrower . . . who compiled a gmii record for Mike Kellcy In SI. Paul, Thrill of the springtime, trip- To see Carl Hubbell looking like himself on the mound. . . . pitch- Ing with his old freedom and effectiveness. . . . Carl says his arm operation of a year ago was a complete success . . . but I the same system this year. . . . Hill doesn't do It to show how good he Is but lo protect u finger on - - - • - •"•t ^u^:, right hand that has been broken I, L lllc - vcnl ' s al ' c adding up on It had .been previously announced U.ic Pilots ivould require $10.- Cl.0 ta operate this year, mid ' holt onct." Capiin continues; "alter da Godoy fight, I tells Louis (o his face nnt lie looks like a chump inslead'a a .champ. An 1 why? Louis says he's champ, an' so Oodoy shoiild'n miicle da fight. Which shows dnl. Louis has lost. da olge for battle—wot wltt plenty'a sawbucks an' easy Hvm—an' k-ready to be took." Golf League Will Name Officers March 31 CARUTHER3VILLE, Mo., March 23.—JESS owlu, manager and secretary of the tiwln Country chit between Ihls clly ami Hayll announced yesterday Unit the atmua meeting of the Southeast Miaou Golf League will be held at Dealer Sunday, March 31. Al thai time officers will be elected mid k schedule of games for the round robin contests will be drawn up. Gwin staled the league se-rctar George W. Kirk of Sikoston. hati recently submitted three question- by letter to thj various le.vuc members lo be acted on, Tliev a°rc <1) admission of Maiden to the league, <2) dropping Paragould, Ark., and (3) whether or not the eague should be split into two or three dvlisions. Teams last year which composed lhe league were: o.vln's Kcnrctt Dexter, Sikeslon, Parngould, Ark' ana two club learns each from cape Glrard?au and Poplar Bhilf , . n ™? «-«c S Mln B (cd half of this amount Sporting Candidate ivoiild be realized Ihrough gale receipts, advertising on outfield blll- '.cards. and through the working rirecmciH with the St. Louis Cardinals. The canvassing committee volunteered at a. mass meeting Tues- ''ny night, attended by League .Pre.sIdeiH Joseph Bertlg o' Pnra- ;ould. At the meeting about $12.000 ivas volunlarily subscribed, nnd lhe canvassing, committee volunteered to try raising the other necessary $3000. ' The canvassing committee - Is comprised ol J, Ralph Hutchison, Port Randolph and W. V.' Robinson, Sr. Tliey annoiinced the full ivmounl hnd been subscribed, and tliat more than half of it had been collected, with (lie rest of it to be collected Ui the next day or so. President Bertlg will be advised lotlay that the Pilots will' remain In the league for 1940. Election of new club officers will be held early next week. The present officers are Judge M. R. Rowland, president; Roy w. Harper, secretary nnd business manager; and the board of directors comprising W. L. Cantrell. A. B. Rhodes. J. Ralph Hutchison, John Ecoll. Sharon Randolph J. Pate and n. P Today's Sport Parade HEKT.T SEEKING. Via., March 23. c.tjl'i so much Hint he doesn't dare risk ( Injuring il again. ... It's aimulng how all ol the Cardinal rookies resemble one.another . . . To see them sitting on the bench, all lined up, you'd swear Ihey were cut from pasteboard . . . And they all have the same characteristics on the playing field . . Hobby Pellcr is the slowest and the fastest pitcher In t;s.-;cbnll . . . U lakes him longer to make a than any one in lhe league 1 . But when he docs make It, It smokes. ... If Bill Terry Us on the, spot this year, as some writers have said he Is. then Ihen: aie lols .of managers who would like to share It with him ... became win. lose, or drnw the Giants manager Ins n contract Hint will pay him upwards of £125,000 by Die end of the 1941! season. .. . . a you thin!; there Is any chance of,Judge Kene- 'saw Mountain L-nidls winning a popularity poll you. should talk to some 'of the blBse-r !i;i c ^t)-'U o if r- ntors. about doesn't;,. . . . . They him that. feel, the way Benny McCoy Whatever happened of Hie New Vork to ihnt .sale Yankees? . . ' And Isn't It nbolit time for someone'.else with more ideas than motley to announce he has purchased DlMagglo am! Co. ... if the Finns hadn't finally worn themselves out shooting Russians, a relief fund mulch betweer. Uahe Ruth and Ty Cobb on the golf course would have been arranged. ... I ployed a lol of golf with Ty in California last winter and he made It plain thai he would hki> nothing better than lo have a whaci nt tl:» Babe on lee aix! garden. . . Tops In worrying is reacl,"rt by Joe Cronlu when his urltlt >ml joy, Ted Williams, goes In it- lilt against wild ami wooly pitchers In exhibition games hlni. . . . He'll,be 37"7n°Augm7. • . . Figures* on pitching every live or six days this summer YORK'S WORK AT FIRST IS SURPRISE: TO CRITICS They said Hank Qrcenherg wouldn't, last In the outfield- for- u week . . . but he's playing out there as though he likes it .... gels a surprisingly fine jump O n a fly ball. . . . Meanwhile Rudy York K gelling oul from under criticism at first base. ... II mny be that Del Baker thought of something real smart. -, . ,i Joe Williams rates a bow for.-his work In connect Ion. with the Tampa All-star same ... in one day at Htalcah he raised 45200 for the tund ... a figure that boosted the Tampa take above 520,000. -, Grand old Mike • Kellcy is enjoying his springtime vacation this year . . . enjoyed the mast suc- ce.ssftil season last year . . . broke lhe Minneapolis. box office records - ... nnd .sold more than $100,000 worth of ball players. -. . . .\iikc Is very high, on .George Pofiihl. the shortstop he sold lo Washington alid can't understand why lhe critics are conipliiluliiK about his arm. ' . KK1.I.KV CALLS. STURGEON L'EST ROOKIE SHORTSTOP Mike says they hnd better shortstops In Die American Association last year ihan they had In the National. ... He lists Pofahl "Pee Wee" Reese, sold by Louisville lo Brooklyn, and lhe Yankees' Tony Rfeutto al Kansas Clly and says the kid the Cubs took Iroin Columbus; named Bob Sturgeon, will be the best of them all. . . Cavini on, no less, . What do (he Cardinals tblw- Uiev arc doing? . . . Here's n team thought, lo be good enough to win lhe National League pennant Why aren't they playing the meii Rho can win It for them getting them ready? . . . insi ca -\ they're playing all the Class C and Exltiision Specialist Visits Home Economics Collage. Miss Sue Marshall, extension specialist in clothing and household .iris from University of Arkansas College of Agriculture, vls- iled tlie Home Economics collage al lhe high school Thursday, She gave a demonstration on altering and ntlini; palter ns, and also discussed prevailing cotton fabrics popular in the south (his.year. While she talked. Miss Marshall illustrated with models made of the materials discussed. .Mary Jo Fisher Wins .Slate Award. Mary Jo Fisher wns awarded first place' in a contest ol cotton print dresses, in Little Rock. March sponsored by the American Hevolu 18. which vins Daughters of (Ion, Tills dress was placed in competition with dresses from the other .state chapters of the D.A.R. and won $5.000. As n result of having won Mist place in the state of Arkansas, (he dress has been sent to Washington lo be entered In the nalional conlesl. Roll Eggs foj' Easier.Now; Once you'd Have Rolled Yourself . Raster, one of Die m0 sl holy di.ys on lhe Clirhllan calendar, draws Us name from Eostre, pagan A»t;lo- Kaxon goddess of spring.' • Many 0 ! lhe outward symbols A'llh which lhe day is marked- omslclc the religious observancc- ulso had their origin in pagan .sources. Pagans 0:100 rolled one onothei' down hill to exnrcss joy •n r ivh ° Pleaded Oh, Mama, get the butcher boy R 0 »ti me Aii Vas / V , OT si "g in S Cancer Belly Allen (above), a New VTork bupreme Courl hearing indicated The actress sought annulment of her marriage lo clarinetist Gits Biv.ona, saying Bivona claimee his father was a niilionairc owner of a shop chain. Bti.l Beltv declared, p npa Bivona is' only a" butcher. and James C'ozart were (lie stage committee. Tht rabbii would be surprised, loo. ul the coming of spring and ate red eggs as symbols of power al lhe feast of spring. Since then It has been foiim) .simpler to roll cges Instead of people. Eggs and Easier are practically synonymous, for In nearly every custom of the lunar holiday, the aloumcn apple plays a pan Colored eggs date to early K 3 ypuan. Persian, lioman, Greek and Gallic times, when they were looked upon as a symbol of life. There has long been a link be- Iween lhe hare (nol to be confused with rabbii) and Easter because the former is thought the symbol of the moon, auu the date of the latter is fixed by lunar changes. Link between the bunny and the eggs traces lo an old German li'Send. It's foundation is doubt- "tl. (or a hare would be as surprised to find his burrow fill! lot Wt as arc children /indins them under the bed liasU-r morn. * * * Rugged children of Finland, aping the child who holds his breath lor spite, spank each other with pussywillow or birch switches tmlll (heir pni-eius come through with lewnrds of Easter eggs. In Hungary, (he village boys used to duck girls in .stream.'! or pom- buckets of water over their heads. More discreet mortem method of noting Easier is lo sprinkle the girls with perfume. Victims thus drenched pay tormentors with glfu; of colored eggs. ' * 9- • White House egg rolling- dates'jrt, the days of.Dolly Madison, the Mrs.5- Roosevelt of a century ago i)is- pon.sed with during the Wilson nil- After a Hungarian shower, an eej. ministration, when White House gates were locked, the custom was revived by Mrs. Hnrding in 1931. South of the border. Mexicans burn effigies on Easter eve, each representing the Judas or trailer in the life of a peon. 1'rcsenl Book Pageant. In keeping with its aninml"clls- lom. lhe senior literature classes, under the direction of Miss Luna B. Wllhclm, presented a book pageant in assembly. Thursday morning. In the pageant, Mary Sue Harris was the narrator and Dorothy Cross, her negro servant. The other characters were: Jadwiga, from "The Girl Who Ruled a Kingdom". Jeanlc Afflick; Nancy, from "Molhef Carey's Chickens", Ernestine Smith; Rebecca de Winler. from "Rebecca", Evelyn Jordan: Prlscllla. Pat Wise: Davy Crockett, John Charles . Bright; The Gaticho, John Charles Bright; "Mnrjorle Daw". Sallle Mathls; "Toss of lhe Slorm Country", Olive Wahl; "The Man With Lhe Hoc". Chiirtcs Wright; Lvlnn. from "A World Can Enu", Mary Helen Moore; "Huckleberry Finn", Ehnfir Ross Smith; Becky Sharp, from "Vanity Fair", Juiie Workman: "Girl of the Llmberlost", Clitrn Jean Mcsley; "Alice in Wonderland". Sara Lou McCulchen. "Captain Blood", Hugh llarberf, Abblc Deal, from "A Lantern In Her Hand," Vivinn Vickers; La Clavcl, from "The Bright Shawl," Marie Abraham; Epple, from "Si- Ins Marner", Irene Anderson; Elaine, from "Idylls of the King". June Relmnliler; Grandma, from "Neighbors", Alary Fiances Fields; — .. -.. peraldine Mammons: JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Twenty-six students were named on lhe junior high school honor roll for the lirsl term of (he second semester which wns released recenlly. Honor students arc as follows 1 Seven A-l: Harry Ray Brooks, Harold Buigeson. Shirley Burhatn, Ann Deen. Seven A-2: Mary Frances Munn, Prentlss Holder, Jim Smart, Franj klc Harrison. Seven A-3: Bobb - Winters, Flora Mas Snell, Joe Saliba. George Mulr Jackie McGhee. Becky McCall. Marlln. Betty Matthews Ruth Phelp. Eight A-3: Billy cross, 'john Smith. Herbert Sweareiipen Hnr- cld Thompson. Billy Wilson Anti-anvil Lambert, Doris Pipkin lime R!ce, Floy Ann Sample. Sirs. lic.irden Speaks. Mrs. n. E. L. Beardcn. of Lux-, ora. spoke before the Girls' club' of junior high school Wcdnesclav I March 13. " • The general theme of lhe talk was the beauty of simpl eservices in every day places. Film Star Hopes To Shine Aqain Jack Eight A-P. Steve Brooks, Harry Hnlnes, Philip Reed, Margaret Crcok. Constance Deiiton, Roberta Florman. Hetty Hodgers. Eight A-2: Nancy McOlll. Knlii- leen McMasters. Eight A-3: John Smlllr. ElLai- uclli Ann Simpson. . . little typewriter bjtlti-g —Just practice about the baseball train- in;; camps: At the risk of sl-.\mpiu; hlniwlf ,11 Intelligent, honest, nnci fc.nle.-s, President William Harrldge ol the American League isn't going to Issue the customary prc-scason drivel about how all eight clubs In his league have a chance to wi lhe pennant. . . . Hn knows good and well that the race will be be- Iwccn the Yankees mid the Red •Sox and so Is not going to proclaim to the country that all the teams including the Browns and the A's will be In there with a s oort ciiancc Jo win. ... Joc McCarthy settled himself under the shade of n hotel palm lhe olher clay and expressed himself ns believing ttM ^sthM of lhe major league grade requiicd more of an athlete than any oilier sport. . . . "Proof that I'm rljht" sain the Yankee boss, "lies i n tlie ?«, ^V.." 1 !!? ««." '«*«•»* Immediately after the Toronto V4.-I. t *-i. a ,', . ."r *oronio a finished ...^.. «.-«»„„ .;. .S;w York City, hockey player Sylvinus Apps (above) rushed . nome lo Paris, Ont., to campaign tor » feat In the Canadian Na- Uona! ParUarncttt, * — ••m^Mt (<*,-• > vri a. m v ,* ,' , a " d thoui «"tls of men S? . b , ascb f: 11 ' b " 1 «ly » "altered opens there will be players on the rostsrs of the 18 clubs. But 0 J the 400 only a handful wui be grade A nmjor Ie?.juers, who are without any real Greenberg isn'l loo keen aboul his new oulflcld job. bill being tho Sot'til Carolina Tn C^ seitsible. ambitious, ami loyal fel-[ Laro »na '» ^6t ton- he Is. he is working like tlie rawest rookie. . . .' And before the season Is o\'er there 'won't be many belter fly-chasers In the league. Class D Night Baseball 'Redheads' To Play At Caruthersville nrob- '™ COLUMBIA, S. C. (UP) A six- club Class D baseball leapi,- has (been oigancert In Soulh Cimiliua ! by BIHy Lav.'.), former tii« i ci ,o uc scout now coki-hi.-ijf at Smbenv College. * Club-s are being formed m CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo.. March ' °™ C 'S' ^ wbcr ^ »'"l Ann.-r. 23,-Thc All-Ainerican Redheads, l i.,,,'. „,,![ iM^nvunn'!, if billed as the National Girls' Cham- elu 4 s "" whimfcoro r plons nnd one of the girls' R^ H I Un lo ! o"o an» ' learns on the ro.iri. will meet .-, 77...," ' S ,:„ or ° ra " s " hl picked team of local b.nkeltal! - - "' SaU ' hc or S'"'"«''t slars here Sunday afternoon in lhe high school gym al 2:30: 'Pie local leam will be picked from among lhe Ihrec Caruthersville In-tcpen- denl teams, and W. V. Robii'soii Jr.. who arranged the game, stated today the Independents would be co.iched by Monte Shomakcr, plant superintendent of (he local Brown b«lf»lhil! • , UI&KUWU Hie w.isk-itaii lcnguc at (hc sugxcsl((m , , l ion m thf *» t. . ... . .. A - L'. Brjmham, president of the Xit- on . nl Association of Basebali -.^ Only night gnnie^ will lv pi lv ed <lurlng lhe 12-week . season nji'en- lug In May. "Peggy Alice Jo Mcl-Mll; "Denny." Mary Catherine Lane; Ramonn, Mildred Richardson; fleathcliffc and Cn- thle. from "Wiithering Heights," Bill Chambhn and La Nelle Smart; Lan Ylng. from "Disputed Passage," Kathleen Ashley; "Rebecca ol sunnybrook Farm," Geneva Buini; "Jezebel," Naomi Jean Bcr- rymau. "Rip Van Winkle." Clint Wheat; the Wind." Juaulce v, u ,i t »iu. e n. Walpolc and Frank Ellis, and "The " , Hunchback of Notre Dame," by Ben Sanders, Mrs. Charles O. Morehcad, wlio was In charge of makeup, was Perfect Attendance Records Arc Announced. The following slurtenls hntl perfect attendance records for the first term of the second semester: Seven A-l: Jimmy Arnold, Earl Brooks, Harry Ray Brooks, Guy Burks, Billy DeLong. Richard Rose. Edward Stiles, Joan Bombolaski, Gene Callls, Dorothy Crawford, Ann Dcen. Seven A-2: Betty Jane Smith. Betty Ruth Smith. Johnnie Iiearn, Lcnnle Fulgham. Prentlss Holder. Marguerite Graham, Martha Lou Gv.'yn. Dorothy Dean Hardy, Rti- dell Blankenshlp v , Frankle Harrison, Lynna Hudson. Sara Grace Joyncr, Eillie Jean Lamb. Pearl Lovelace, Lula Mae Phillips. Seven A-3: Vernon Houchln, Al- vln Mnrchuanks, Jack Marsh, t?eal McCdnnlck. Helen McKcIvy. Mar- .garet Mitchell, George Mulr. Clrar- Icne Panter, Helen Pate, Elvis Robinson. Ruth Snlita. Jlmmle Strickland, David Sylvester. Richard Wallace. W. C. Weaver. John Bruce Wilson, Luther Wimbcrly. Bobby Wlnlers. Eight A-l : Hugh Atkins. Roy Calvin, Philip Rccn, Belly Adams, Anna Mae Atilen, Jane Castlio, Constance Bcnton, Alberta Dtma- way, Eva Mick, Geneva Sample, rglc Wallace. Finis :1- :hol- son, Everett Peterson; Charles Roush, James E. Tcague, Willie Mae Bell. Mary Ion Lovelace. June Arl Awards Made. Miss Lelitia Neat, teacher in the school, selected the picture of the week for tlie junior high school art club. The pencil .sludy was won by Sue Richardson, the'-vvnter color by George Moore nnri the colored chalk study by. Harold Thompson. The art club members went to sec the picture show. "Northwest Passage" which was in technicolor Bryce Luyson has been appointed new treasurer. James Morgan, new secretary and Joe Lintzenich new repot ter of the art club. WARNING ORDER Mr.s. Agnes Sirtufn; Jimmv Sartain; Airs. Sue Agness Barncct; EtlJie Bland Sartain; Rev. McVcleh Smith; George W. Smith; Jess? "p. Smith; Randolph Smith; Saimr-1 Smith; Malcolm .Smith and Eill-r; P. fimllh are warnej lo appear i. Chancery Court for the chl:ka- '.JWb.i Diitiict of MLislsslpui ComV- ty. Arkansas, within thirty cb.v i from t.'tis date, to answer a emv> i •liaint filed against them In salt court by Norman C. Joue.s. Uatid this March Hth 1D40 HARVEY MORRIS. Clcr!t. ny Eliz.ibeth Blythe . Deouit lli-'23-30-c " ' ' Anni Q .Milsson. popular star of the sjlenl film days, is pictured on h->r arriva! in New \'or!t from her n.itive Sweden. She plans to become an American cilizen and Desrl o.nrler N •"pedal This Week 5 room residence, 100 foot lot. Price §1250. $12" cash. Balance $11.70 month. Thomas Land Co. H. C. Campbell, salesman Joe Dillman and Floyd Byrd vs. Del Raines and George Bennett American Legion Arena Monday 8 p. m. supernenent of (he local Brown] ^ ^^t ,*•*.,* Shoe Company nnd coach of the • COURTS liro lirowu Shoe cage teams, The Independent All-Stars roster wlll Include the following; B Ownby, c. T. Baird. George. Jones ...... Clint Murphy, Pole Robinson- Jr.. Van Claude Ullcy of Holland «- ls arrcsteri last night by .state police! Leird, \V. v'. ' ou a charge of reckless drlv mR a]1( , Johnson Jr posted n $50 cash bond lor hTs •luunuun- jr.. an Johnson Jr ose n cas on lor hs ui Gene MIchIc and Finis Jones Del- ' Pearancc In Municipal Court \,1,' mn "" ' ''"" mnr "Kid" prltchnvd of Itayti ' I'efcree. day. j Police said that he w ns , _, ' I a truck and trailer owne i i Tlie Curtlss "Hawks" now being brother, Hubert' "" i )v i ' - - - — — ----- ti«.. *<i,.iiig uivwiui* L/tify wiion used by Franco, arc equipped with rested one mile south of the four guns, have a 1100 horsepower mit station on Highway cnl - " a and nios 320 miles »n hour. -the MUsowl /at" line « Par aided by Betty Diigan. Jeanne Carlock, CInir Huffman, and l)on Wllhclm. Phe Marie Kooncc NU-WA Laundry-Cleaners Phone 180 For Prompt Laundry and Cleaning Service AlcCranolitan FARM LOANS .las. B. Clark Olcncoo nullding niythcvlllc. Ark. Authorized ftlortfnge Loan Solicilors for Hie Alelropoli- lan Life Insurance Co. LOW RATES PROMPT IXSPECTION'S LONG TERMS REPAYMENT PRIVILEGES Clark-Wilson Sir, Agency, . Clark Insur. DANGERS OF HEMORRHOIDS on nl ^ , . "°t and ca ""° l correct themselves. Rellei f on ointments is illusive and Icmporary. Neglect results in further ami more serious and dangerous conditions such as cnnccr. fistula, fissure, cryplitis. thromljotic piles etc From uirse develop the following reflexes; nervousness, sleeplessness constipation, despondency, headache, back and leg ache, <?tc. All types of rectal diseases arc taken care of In our office wllhoul hospiiatatlon. All accepted cnse-s guaranteed. DRS. NIES i^r NIES STONEVILLE 2B Experiment Station Tests Prorc It To He Best Money Value Cotton For MIsRla&ippl Counly We hm a limited supply of thesis seed which ire tlrst vcir <ji»n rrd Srccd Slonevllti! a B bought <"'«l Irom Iho breeder. It «„ irown o IOMI farm! and its purity is Insured by special supervision nnd slrlct Mpmtton in punting, picking anil ginning. s.nno Oel fresher and purer seed now—we wlll be gild ID trade For wmr <fe or you mjy obtain these dcllnted tcoa for S2.SO per hundred. RED TOP G5N Sort!] 61 Hlgnway Biytiiovlllo, Acfc.

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