The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 22, 1939 · Page 2
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June 22, 1939

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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BLYTHEVILLE, [ (ARKQ COURIER THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1939 Farmers, L ijc e 'Arkansas J e i g h bors, Showers FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia COPS. l»» »1 «* SUViet. INC. T. W, Ml. V. >• PAT. . BY MAX STURM Sp«i«l Correspondent HAYT1, MO., June 22—Harasse< by* frequent, showers, scores o Southeast taisspurl cotton Wnncr are fighting this week to save the! crops from weeds and eiass, excessive E.royhs of which hftve bcei} caused by th$ r^lns. Pioneer 'farmers declaie they never before experienced a plant- Ing and, early cultivation season like this one. They asscit they aie •hitch-hiking' this year's crop by doing Iheir farm work In 'hitches between slipweis. ' According ' to flgm.es furnished by. '(lie CCC 'camp here which measures rainfall with a standarc Government gauge, 1493 Inches of rain have fallen since April 1st Rainfall In April was 655 Inches In May 4 74 Inches and In June lo Aate" 3 54 Inches In many local! ties' there have been one and In most cases two showers per da since the first of the month. According to one group of piog nosUcators, since rain fell on June 1st, rain Is 'bound" to fall on at ' least fifteen days during the month. The fulfillment of this fmecasl, based on an old superstition, is about complete. Then there Is another school of forecaster's" who base l\)elr lone range' predictions on an almanac distributed annually by a patent medicine' concern The vmuMitu showers, they point out, are no more than they ejected became the almanac lists such showcis from April all the way through to d In this city and numbering 118 The faces of the dolls modeled n B.cnton clay were painted by irllsts on the Ihrce projects, white heir clothes were sewed of odd toils of cloth, given'to the projects iv their sponsors. 'A survey of the three projects mclci Mrs. Hitter's supervision revealed that (here were 49 women In one er 011 !' who look In perfecting Use display, 50 In another group nud 20 on ti project composed entirely of negro women. Tlie display of dolls from a national standpoint contained Ihc (inures of President and Mrs. lioosevcll, General John pcrshliiB. nil Indian and Mrs. J, 11. Kobart, past president of the Pldac organ- iKillons of the legion auxiliary. A survey of the projects records disclosed Uial in addition lo mak- - - |i m Ihc doll display for Ihe legion Df Inlrrest convention, Ihc women,have made UI lmclebl \. halld mp ,-e than 400 articles UTI'LE ROC^TArk., June 22 UK* as doll lablcs furniture and •ivm_ ArkansasLeKionnalres at-.'other odds and end:,. but. hidden by excessive grass and weeds. The farming condition which In ome localities Is sfilous, has iwl ailed, howem, to pioduce its lumorons angles. H was rojwrtccl iml> serial farmcib In the wnilh- rn part of the county had posted Igns on thch farms, leading. Keep Oil The Grass—There Might ic Cotton Underneath It." SIE§ISH! WPA Arts And Handicral Project Display To Be Prices for Friday am! Siitnrdiiy CASH GROCERS PRICES AUK CHBAPEU Prices.. for Friday ,^^^ TH KM and Saturday Liberty here, when Ihc dolls lised In • the recent Fitlac program of the ladles' auxiliary here, arc displayed, Legion" officials pleased with the doll display made by project'work- under die direction Of *.' j .. Die children the county hospital. They are now working on tabl covers and other odd pieces of fur tlur'c to brighten up the wards of a-Kc G^FRWTJ^m: rlRH ii&lET K»l(i"K Powder \& 1 Hi. Can ly n the "liibcitnFosls patients at the v>" ....«~. .-..- --,- ,,. i _.. n i v htisiiltal Later In the sum- cna ntttcr, supervisor this week \ comuj n<»pv< ^ ^ ^ blaine<I permission lo lake H to, me• l' . ^ of Ulcse ,. ooms , as ,c stale convention. l c n ns In the charily rooms of the The display placed before n'Vr .'_..„..,.. "Beach Icombing 'isn't wluil it was. Coupln yeais aj cotiftl always find sometliiu' valuable like a light bul liiiiilr nf ini*. Coupln yeais ago yo\i lib or a ackdrop showing Chateau , Felee Imiilii, the 500 year old castle. used with $150 being paid for a -12-hqur I producing county, which was sched day Last ycai cotton was chopped, ui^ ( 0 lake pl»ce on a \\ldc for Jl.OO per day. | - • • ••-•- -"-• «« When weather will permit; towns' are' pracllcally deserted as a Huge jnrt of the population goes to Ihc cotton fields to chop Big tiniler tutcks aie loaded dally at sunrise in th.e towns With hundreds of choppers, old and young, for transporting lo the fields. Ordinarily, a ..... __ ......... Imiilii, the 500 year old castle. used 1>10 ccU are experts in the s a suniiupr homo l>y the .late ak(nK O f cm broidcry pieces and Queen Marie and King rcrd.mand i homc ., na( | C rugs, all of which wil f Rumania, .Includes dolls fCpr<M bc 6 [ v e n t 0 the various charitable PA »tl»rr Innrlnrt: fif tllfi UnllCd 1 . .,,..11 ____ „ r lu« nU t , our! sljlte. the last day of July. The excessive i md'Brass in the tiallcr truck . haul from 100 to 200 choppcib who will chop In one gnng on a,single faun ixv* The IntioducUon Of cotlon- has ' chopping machines lo icplacc 'hoe spicad basis this year, did natcrlnlbc, although many plant m puichascd tfie machines Sine ;he cotton became so weedy an grassj, Ihe machines weie set asld and addlllonal hoe hands hhc( Tlie machines uppcai lo be capaU of doing ideal work In Ihlnnh cpllon lo a 'stand' if 11 Is not to glassy In udditlon, it Is clalinec Uiby . cultivate the cotton the saiiie time, thus saving adi etniscot plante dly ,; ospuals . Many of the women working • « *,, ,' ue given k u *..~ — of he "nil" 1 ' institutions of the city and slate. Britain, -France, \ . . • .. ._ . enllng leaders Slates, Great — •-• •-, ---- ----- Czccho-Slovakla, Poland, I Greece', Portugal, 'Yugoslavia, Belgium,, and i numd'nla, In native coslumcs. | Mrs." Ritlcr, supervisor of ,the aria and handicraft projects' ''said ' Can Arm & Hamrncr 01> liox . 2 The 'New Corn" Cereal i c 2 Koxcs. V'o.r .»• CTftMITI V S lUJXtLl gus. 1'ic. Car, OTAtf Cl V S I URtLl To.malo 50 m. Can 171? an MI TUN A FISH - all the dolls had been ' made a workers on the three projects local- 81,209 MALARIA Oaiei rciwlcd in the \J. H. In 19.381 DON'T DEI-AY! LlOUiu p.lOWHig. ruiiiiov.w 1IH--HH- i/vm •* •***••*• - - \vlib"purchased 11^6 inncliliics cHtl START TODAY willi ' 666 Bovcn days. Whiter, creamier—do\ihly- (telicions HuMKo The Dainty Cooking Fat "H's Wonderful!" Rosedale No. l\ Can Don't Let The Temperature Work On Your Temper You can't laugh off the heat, ^ ' iadies. Old 'Sot'"really means -**> ' business this time o'year. But yoit c^n keep cool and comfort' able by - M ,f 1 SHOPPING AT THE HUMKO 1 II). Carlon 10c 4 Ih. Carton ..... 38t 8 11). Carton . ..',75c Peerless Ladies! en* »*r&* ~ ~«.fcji'» W-MchlsNow- TV Hex *& BarSC LIBBY'S Apiilc Hut^cr 1^ 2li oz. Jar »* Veal Loitf II Can . ........ '»' Pork & Ik-ans C_ No. 1 Can. V 28 a*. Can 9c f HUSKIES ICc 2 iloxes ...... ,'v Georgia Belles ;'^-i-Each;';;,:,,:, F8ESH LIMES * 10 While 11). I'c.uml POTATORS !eans Home 'Grown, Ih. FRESH OKRA Pound 19" TURNIPS Pound SWElt'" 0 ^ 1 ^^..; 4 K HAMS I Cheese Tender Ib. 17|c | Pound BOLOGNA Pound 12ic COMPLETELY By Delco FRIGIDAIRE A GENERAL MOTORS PRODUCT Installed By The Lunch Meat I Mock Chicken ILftMB 6For25c Shoulder Clod ... -U). 22c Thick Rih "'• 18c Steaks !')- 2?c - Black Hawk Rindlcss Ib. 2Sc lltti?slb Roas.t «'• 15(1 Chops U) - 171 /* c ' Shoulder ,. . . Ib. 23c Lei?:,"., I".-. ? 5c Chops . .;... ; l.b. a . 7c APPLIANCE CO. J, W. ADAMS, M E r. Phone 233 FLIT FLY SPRK \ pt. 13o; pint 19 Quart 32c "CUACKKRS I Ib. Box or Red Heart Dog Food, Can FREEZING MIX 2 Carte pt. Pint ?3.c Quart . , 37c DOMINO 10 Ib.' Cloth Sack DOMINO 10 Ib. Paper Sack

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