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September 26, 1934

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 26, Charges of Favoritism in Selection o[: Texts Has Been Revived By TED H. MAI.OY United Press Staff Correspond™! LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (Ul>)—Tile locthcomlng meeting ol the state text book commission here Friday to consider adoption of new grade school books for four subjects lias brought much stir at the capitol. Friends of publishers bidding for ttit new contracts have passed along stories or alleged favoritism 'shown competitors. One report went so far as to assure introduction of a Mil at the next legislature to abolish the uniform text book commission if a certain company receives the contract for geographies. A charge made several years ago during the Martincau administration that the Silver Burdettc company held 42 pi?r cent of the book contracts has been revived. The company is one of the strongest contenders for llic geography con- trad tills year. Distribution of Contracts A milled Press investigation into tne controversy revealed two companies holding three contracts each, four companies holding two each and nine publishers with single contracts. They arc: Silver Burdette ' Lyons & Carnahati ... Johnson John C. Winston":'.'.'.'. World Book- Company Hand McNally Macinillaii •Wheeler......'.'.'!."!.'i •Houghton Mullm .!! Scott. Poresman . Webb x Row. Peterson !!!!"!"" i Hoach 1 Little, Brown &, co '• 1 Homemaker Publishing Co!" 1 There is a difference of opinion • among commission .members as lo the value of the respjctlve contracts. One member was emphatic in his statement that silver Bur- ,aetle profittcd most by its con- 'tracts which include one for readers in the first, second and third grades. Two others insisted to the United Press that Lyons Carnahan with a contract for fourth to eighth grade English books had the best oeals. Winston with a contract for tnlrd to eighth grade arithmetics and another for geographies was another mentioned as holding most va, liable Contracts. .. , HaUng , close with Winston w as Rand McNally ff. with a history and a beginner* geography. . ; ' • Winston Leads in Sales .The .Unito] press learned from an unimpeachable source that during the past year Winston sold the most-new hooks, with Lyons c.ir- nahan and Silver Burdettc rank!n» second and third respectively * Winston's new arithmetic, introduced last fall, was credited with Placing that company at the top of the list. A new reader and a new edition of a physiology text brought revenue to Lyons Carnalian Silver Bnrdette's Pathway reader, which had been supplementary, became a basal text last til. Comparatively Crowds 15-Pound Mark at Birth BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Demonstration Club News Notes •nwnrtoM were the imiwtnnce or' fnll culling for CK production niul nlso the culling of all (ho chickens wliii'ii lire • low in vitality, After Wliltlon Ciob Meets The Home Demons I rail mi oh:b uiu iiujny ufuiuiisiraiiuu eib '"""im.v mir were neiti. AU,'!S at Whlllon met \vllli Mit>, Cl. \V. c , 01 '" L ™ Colcmmi, comity Homo Brown Monday afternoon. MIS G. A. Loonoy pvovclcd during ihc business cession and a ninr.bei of inton'stliiK round table discus' sloi.s were led by the ch'.lrmen. Mrs. M. J. Wrlijlil gave a report on fall gardening work anrt Invited (lie club lo come an.) set liei fall Burden which consist* of English pens, rudirhcs, tains unnlBs and a i'i.-ry prwnHnj p.- (vo pnU-li. Mrs. Wright advised all'club members to plant successive palches of turnips nn« use essive paces o turnips nnc: use '"" ' ""•"»"" v(.i,-! I'.ivni n curr. ,ii the lousi- proqf viirlety, Mrj. l,noncv c ° 1 ' 5 ' cf n ini'MMii.c as lu>r p. ,:•?. iviiorlvci tliat. over 700 No. 3 tin '" '"''•' "Kon" K«B Throw" cpn- i.eii' of fruits nnd vegetables hail lpsl M!ss Cor> l.ce Coleiunn wi:.s .'gclabl l been canned for the relief pc-upl'! in her kitchen. The Home Man- [•icmrm chairman, Mrs. n, I). Andrews, asked (he club lo go down and' sec the community ki(c!i<:-i nnd hall which is ncarini! coinplc- I tlon and asked for suggestion:; on the furnishing of this. Mrs | Brown; (he Yard Improve 1 chairman, asked Hint each club | member .slaii n ciit'Jii!; tal for Elirubs or roses, numbers enjoyed i liiown's yard . : All the club flowers Mrs. wliMi ft mighty mite is this young ludy, who makes the scales groan as ;Vurse uertl.a KMlesUd weighs Her for ths first lime in Lutheran Deaconess hospital in Chicago. She's Chimnaiiie, who weighed H pounds and 10(i ounces when born the other' day lo Mrs, Mnrllia Brclnncr. Steelc-Cooter Society — Personal \ of Dlythevillc, spcnl end liere with Mr. Johnson. Mrs. W. A. Curry and .son Hos- coc, are visiting relatives in Memphis. Miss Marie Forsythc, daughter of Mr: and Mrs. Fred Forsythc, became the hi Me of Otto Hunii- iiaiiseri, soil of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hundhausen, in n ceremony i»r- lormed ~ ' ~ "' ' of by 0. pence, E. Bragg, justice at Canitliersville, I.Rer.rt Coinier News Want Arts. have withstood the ttroulh beautifully, due lo her cxcellcm caie fiJiLl nmnneemriil. Mrs. j. A. McCleiKlon, the cloth- ln» chairman, gave n talk nnd dfscimlou on (he fall wardrolic "Cue suit with dlirorent nc^stw- It's may complete the fall v/nrd- rotc," j;ild Mrs. McClendon. The bioi:se won; may be dressy, or a 1'lain blouse for street wear aiii in i')-css-u|( blouse wit.'i aCi-es.TOr i«' for dress ccuslons. The uc I cwsories often ncccntuale the j points of „ )vc ,jl ( j,-e5sc<l p>jr.iuu The' foods chnlrninn gave in; in- IcrcstinB talk on "Balanced fooi and n well-plnnned incni." Tlili. was followed with round lab'e discussion nnd recent rcclpra 'wS'loii the club iuc)ii):ers Jifid t|-| n( | ,- s ]- s Lconcy aske;! for round tab;- dis- ciission on ijouHry. Tl le uolnu Mini were brunulit out by dr.lj Saturday afternoon. A number of iriendi nnd relatives attended. The bride >vors a blue faille crepe flress with dark bine accessories, and shoulder corsage of white joso (is. Her .only attendant, was Mrs. A'Jbert IlundhauSen. The bridegroom is assistant postmaster at Tyler. ; At present they arc making thciv ome 'i-itli ,Mr. nhrt --Mrs. (Albeit ---.«.. •_'uni^ALii,iiivv;jj|' few of the latler were sold, it >vas explained, tecanse of Hs partial distribution previously as a supplementary text. Winston*. contract .for geo»ra- Phics is the one up for retelling this year. This Is considered one of the most valuable contracts rexts are quoted at u maximum of JUa. highest price on the book list. Humlhnusen lit Coltouiruod Point. Mr. and Mrs. T. Leonnril cas- sidy. Jr.. of Morlcy, who were married recently, we're guests of honor at a. party in the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Stecle, Jr., Friday evening. The home was decorated throughout, with autumn (lowers, and minmtnr" Urldr-s ami 3rooms. .The guests, were entertained with bridge nnd dancing Miscellaneous gins . were presented the honorecs, after which u salad course was served. Mr. and Mrs. J. H.' Brown ami Mr. and Mrs, Elbc'rl Brown and children arc visiting relatives nl Lexington, Tenn. Sir. and Mrs. Raymond Jenkins and children, of Carnthcrsvillc. spent last week-end here wilii Mr, and Mrs. S. II. Martin. i Miss Belle McDnnicl has returned home after a visit with relatives at Pontoloc, Miss! Eddie Bishop, of Buffalo, N. V., the guest of his parents, Mr. Books adopted arc used for six illKl Mvs ' E ' P ' nis Moi> years. One major subject is brought Mr ' nntl Mrs - »*:b«n Waters, ot up for adoption each year Texts Louis, have teen the guests adopted now would go into use n Of lllcir moth <"'' Mrs - p - E. Wnteis. year hence. ' " Mrs. Stella Tmlcy, of Ca|:c Gir- Olhcr bids, besides for "GOTH r' ds:lu ' s l ieilt las t week-end tier- phics, received Friday will °bc° on wlt1 ' fric ' uis ' nnd agriculture home economics and a dictionary. Fulrell Opposes Changes Chances arc there will bo no change in texls Oils ycnr Gov j M. Putrell has suggested that nn: less there is some very a;lvinfig* ous reason for a change the present texts be rcadopted to save pare nls books " le COSl of ncw Histories and grammars were readopted afler a similar su«»e-illon of tli£ governor last year ° .. TI K'" 0 Li! 1 A.'' ub " ! "'lng«omp a n Rock. R. wm*«. j,m sr.srs.nissrsi: Miss Helen Vickry left Sunday for Searty, Art:., where she will attend Harding college. Mrs. Rex Hughes, Jr., was returned lo the home of her parents, Mr. and MIT,. Sam McAdams, Friday from the lllythe- ville hospital, and is resell^ very -ill. ° J. E. Pounds hns resigned his position as manager of Hie Ark- Mo Power company and his place has been filled by A. L. Jordan, of Cnrulhersville. Baxter Southern spsnt lust weekend at Hot Springs, Ark., on ies /W rcsid-eiu'-a'g-cm? mTuu, j <"<' « l • H. Chimlli-r ronr(><;r.iil<! LJ!.:-", Mfs. G. O. Travis and son, Guy "•^" *tjjmauiiLS Oilver Burdetie and Jim Bradley rcn r«cnls P-»,,I >»..,_., "'""'"-y represents Rand JifcNally. ed by Fntrell since ernor are W . E. Baker'cf ^ff-^oSir,, H M. Eubaiikj HIM appoint- Slcwarl, spent last week-end in Blyihcvillo as gimls of Mrs. Peail Stewart. n« " 8 Mr. and Mrs. Llnsdy Smith, ol Cariithpisvllle, spent last week-end I here as guests of Mr. and Mr.;. Mrs | J ' K V ' Ck ' Harvey o.| A!r - aml Mrs - Blister KUlingcr, Hart Schajfner & Marx 4 STAR : . Worsted, Suits had to earn theil name The governor and w . E Phlons commissioner of educaion are ex-' offlclo members O f the board „ "H!', at ° r M, is a word of Common gender, while "avlatrix" Is a ml- 666 , - »l»ri» In 3 Colds os ' tnt d.y, HnidMhn or Neor«lfl» in 30 mlnntra. • Fine Laxative and Tonic Know* DR, MORTON (C'hirc])ractor) Formerly of Little Rock i ' . has located in Blythevillc with an olTicc in the Hale Building, across the street' from City Hall. You that arcj suffering with any disease orj condition arc invited lo see me. Chiropractic will reach I the cause. Others get well,; so can you. Cpnsultation and examinations free. T hese guar H n I e ed 100/{ ]j u r o worsteds have lake n every third dejfiTO that JTarf SchaffiioV & Marx coukl invent. They came through tests tha I.'ordinary worsteds could not staml. T li c y earned their name—'I Slur. They I c n tl themselves gracefully to fine needlework. They drape easily. They wear well; See them on yon. Let the mirror show you the better style and lit that Hart ScliarTiier &' Marx clothes always have. •$. 30 The Price Is welcome news NEW MEAD CLOTHING GO. out. lhc.se discussions the lor September was M , nnd plans for were hold. Luxora Society — Personal -•ussion on bnb.-.r<>d mculs. i'ho I'lsilovi present wore: Mr.-. llo\vnr<i I'rador of Dlylhpvllle, Mrs. E M. Calvtirt of Marked Tree, Mr.«. Val Stewiirt of Calliornlu nnd Mrs Vfim coot: of California, The now numbers wni:: Mrs. Phillip Urere and Missos Haw l,on Cuolt Mini Sarah Nanre During Ilio sociiil half iun<:' .coiminmlly Minus were suns and In Ihc «mt.«,|.i a! "Nnnilii; Mtijiimncs". Mrs. Ilow- inl 1'roclor VMS I'.lvni a curr. ,ii n hai'inui'lev for, her 'J'he Odubcr finvllii'j will be uvm at ilia home ol Mr.i. a. ,\, lo'.vy. Stale Fair Omilted "Free JJst" for 1934 OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. (Ul») — •or Hie first ilm« In history, Okln- ;«iim's Stale Fair li,,<i ,,o .. flw ISP this year. 1/iicclors of the fair association, vf» newspapermen i-overlntj (he show, had (o buy tlckels. Digs from columnists failed to sluike Ilie man- nei'inent In Us decision not to nlvo flucals to newspapermen. As the fair opened, Ralph T. lompMII, manager, announcnl Hint for tile ' ' " Wednesday Mrs. Jesse Drown wus rosd'hi to tile two table contract <-lub, for tin- Ural meeting o[ the si'uson. niijh soon- prize- was mvnrd- e<l Mrs. Mutlln Willlnms. The club unanimously voted lo Invite four now memUor.s, Mis, Mny Thompson, Mrs. Ed\vanl< Mognm's Mrs. li. j. ClUlsiilc nnd Mrs, Chns. Mlllltn, All have iK-ceplcd the lu- vftntlon and In Ihc future (\x club will bo a Unco table clulj. The next mei'lhiB will be with Mra. Tlionuis R Ifudsuu, Monday ufU'inoon. October I, ut 2:30. Mrs. ixmlse McIIcnry ami little daughter, Wafle, \viw week-end liuesis of Mr. nnd Mrs. .). I?. Null, tuWcct was slate missions. .Tlioso laklng part on tlio piogiam wcio: Mrs. Helen Thwcatt, Mis. R. A Klmbroiitih, Mrs. Mcllenry, Misses Anna Miirgnret Wood nml Eva George, Mr. uiH Mrs, Junior Crlhncld vis- Hi'd ix'L.IVfs In Hulls, Tenn., sun- dny. The Uiinllsl W. M, U. will observe the week of prayer for slnte missions this week. The meetings will be held In the church and the public Is.Invited lo attend. Ford Bought Edison's Old Telegraph Instruments TOUT 15IUB. Ont, (UI')-Tclc- KHiMli instruments uscil by the PAGErTHREB. between ?, IC 1r , Wcat ? m I' 8tin.Hord.nnd Eric more than years ngo, have been purchased by Henry Fold. 4- i The Instruments wcic bonglit from Gordon Colelciieli, n grand* 1 ' son of Malcolm Colr-leugh, wivo* was superintendent of the inter-- imtlonal Railway Brldse bitwceiT llullalo and Foil Kile at the- time Edison worked on the train. Wootliwv Wilson Imd n noiltlng ximwledgo of oa,000 woids, u mod- om record. , "— HEAL JVolcclIwi Phone 101 '" CLAKK-WiLSON AGENCY* . Cluicnil Insurance, "Wo fay All Losses With a Sriiile" tin In ...I* nuiv; in IL,., Ill^loly "1! iidvnncc-ijsw tickets hud t>»'cn sold. licl(l|"f Mt'inphls. Mrs. Einmn Kmns, of Helena, visited her brother-in-liuv, Sidney K. Kvniis, lust week. Mrs Kvftns lornu'i'ly lived here. Mrs. J. i). ni re s entertained the "Ishl Ijrlilne club with a Dnloti suii- l>er Tlnirsihiy night. Twenty I-IIPSK enjoyed IHM- hosiiUnllty. A |>!ciis!int Innovallon v.'ns "The pick ft |>r|/, v .™ inlc (hi; jjiioais were a^kco to ob- .surve. A mlsccllnncoiis collection (if finall clfts constUulcd prii-en to lie chosen. The high SIWI , |, r i /ra were won by U. 0. UmgKtun and Airs. .1. A. McC'uIlniti;ii, of \vllson. Miss Mnxlne Urown was the (jiii-sl of her inint, Mrs, nave Judson, In ! Meni|)hfj tnst week. ' Mrs. Alvln Wumlcrllch and little HI>M| Cnuilnr USE ESSOLENE YOU CANT GO WONG AND LIFE WILL B£ JUST ONE SWEET SONG; V. W, A. met In Ihc home Mrs. Ijoulsc McIIcnr [or the "'-••' TT is not just chance lliat the Ford A THE ONLY.V-8 UNDER $2,5OO V-8 is the mily V-8 selling lodny lor less than $2,500. It is due entirely lo Ihc skill of Ford engineers. For (he V-type engine costs more to build. It is the type of engine that powers Ihc most expensive curs- holds every world speed record. And only Ford hns been uble fo put it in a low price cnr. The ndvunlagcs of n V-8 lire 'apparent Ihc moment you drive il. Increased flexibility i,, traffic-fnslcr pick-up—anability logel places\vith- oul driving slrnin. The new Ford V-8 is nol only low in first cosl. It costs less to operate than uny.'olher Ford car ever buil(.' Gnsolinc costs are lower. Oil costs a!>.ihifi,I ! .0. fi. Detroit. Kasy tfrmsllirougliUniveisalCreilit Comliaiiy — the Authorised 1'ortl Finance I'lan. grinding arc virtually eliminated. Sec the new Ford V-8 n( your near- esl rJciiIcr's. Then nsk yourself why you should accept less today! AUTHORIZED FORD DEALERS FORD V-8 _FORJ> HADIp PROGRAM-Will. Warintf's ftnn^tanh...: Kvory Sunday rveninft-Columbi^Network Before You Buy Any Car See and Drive the SMART FORD V-8 "America's Fastest Selling Car" Phillips Motor Co. . . '. >^*^k. ' •

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