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December 5, 1930

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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FRIDAY.. DECEMBER 5, 1030 RIA'THEVILLE. (ARK.V COURIER NEWS College Gii-U Give Three Requirements for Mates GAINESVILLE, Ga., (UP)— The mosl songht-for qualities In n mate ai'C love, health, and mentality, the v-'nfn students at Brcnau College decided, in a test given by Dr. John T. Miller, head of the department cf education. Twenty-five characteristics were Iktal In six classes: Most important, of some Importance, slightly Important, almost no Importance und no importance. The traits, In order in the most important column, as listed by the ruidentt- \vcrc: Love, health, mentality, habits, race, education, earn- 11115 capacity, culture, language, appearance, social standing, gcod taste, religion, good listener, anceu- try, occupation, age, in-laws, physique, athletic prowess, political ideals, scrapping ability, dancing utility, good card player, and chance; of inheriting wealth. The last three mentioned get no votes in the most important column. Tn thci quite important column, r,oo:t taste, earning capacity, culture, rcclal iltanding and religion j were most popular. Physique and [red listener were highest in the "of. some importance" column. Athletic prowess led all the rest by n wide margin Champagne Launches New Lakes Car Ferry PAGE Lives of This Dog Rival Those Famous for Cats BUFFALO, N. Y., (UP)—A' cat raay have nine lives, but Prince. 4- year-old dog belonging to Matthew D. Oreskovich, has at least four of his own. Two months ago Prince- was struck by an automobile. He was left for dead. An hour later he gee up and slowly started home. A Patrolman thought he ought, to put the animal out of ^possible pain, sc he shot Prince through the neck. Prince was taken hcme, apparently limp in death. During the ;)i;ht he revived, and appeared to bs getting well when he "died" a natural death. The Oreskovioh fsmly went into mourning, but the next morning. Prince was pawning at the cellar door. A veterinarian has been treating the dog ance and he now appears well and rtrong. With a mighty splash, the new million-dollar car ferry, City of Mil v.'&ukee, slides sideways down the ways at Manitowoc, Wis., to go into service this v.-lnter to replace a. ship which foundered with 12 ot its crew in Lake Michigan last fall. While federal olliceri looked on, Mrs. Walter J. Wilde, wife of the collector of customs, broke a bottle of real pre-war champagne over the ship's bow at the christening, The'ship Is 3(50 feet long and was launched on the Hirst anniversary—almost to the minute—of its predecessor's sinking. Walter Johnson And His Tribe Cemetery Sexton Digs Grave for Own Corpse GROVE PORT, O., (UP)— Most prplo pay little attention to such incidentals of their burial as the specifications of the grave. This to David Henry Harrison Decker, 81 veteran sexton, is an important mnt'.or, however. Decker is diggine his own grave foecaui'i iie feels that no one else c"jld do it to suit him. The depth is to he fcur feet, three inches. He wants no dirt over him. There will be an eiitht-inch thickness of cement on top and the remainder of the grave will be filled with f brick. "Most people just haven't the nerve to dig their c-wn. graves," IJecker said. "But I know just how I want it. Then'if there's any kicking to do Til do It myself and no- body'll know it." Gradual Armament „ Reduction Hindrance summer time, mature men knelt arr,'.md the ring wtd their "taws." Ten years ago, fire destroyed Hie More and the "king" moved to a nc'.v location. His mniiy attempts to revive the marble giune failed. MAltlllARE ROM) KEQUIKK!) RALEIGH, N. C., (UP) — Marriage In North Carolina isn't like- it u-cd lo be. Hunter Ellington, Wak? County register of deeds, recently discovered Hie oldest mnr- riage license in the country, iltited Sept. 26, IBOfl. Reeves Ivery was forced to give a bond of $500, payable to Governor Nathaniel Alexander If there were objection or legal Impediment to the wedding. Head Courier News Want Ads. Since the death of his-wife lasl summer, Waller Johnson, famous.-manager of the Washington baseta}! team, jias found that his children needed a woman's care; so he has had iiis mother, Mrs. M. E. Johnson, come to his farm at Alfa Vista, Md., to make her home with him. She brought with her Johnson's nephews who will live with him and his five children. This picture shows the new family group. Lett lo right, Eddie Johnson. 13; Bobby Johnson, 9; Mrs. Johnson: Jimmy Burke, 6; Walter Johnson, witli four-year-old Barbara Joan Johnson in his lap; Carolyn Ann Johnson, 7; Jack Burke, 10. and Walter Johnson, Jr., 15. Stalin Poses For His Portrait PITTSBURGH, (UP) — Gradual reduction of armament is more a hindrance than an aid. to world peace, Dr. William I. Hull, of • nviirininore College, who has ?.t-' tended five international disarmament conferences, declared here. "its wasteiul extravagance is not by any means the \vorst feature." Ur. Hull said. "II is really provocative of! various disasters that it 's dr:: ! gned to prevent." Dr- Hull advccatcd total disarmament rather than a system of gradual reduction. He strongly opposed, the armament system. "Yankee Doodle Dandy" Is Interested in Football WASHINGTON. (UP)— George II. Cohan jr., son of Broadway's George M C.ohan, may follow bis lather's profession when he gets o;it of school, but at present he is interested in nothing but football. Young George is proving himself z hit of a hero at Georgetown Prep near here. In a game with another prep school recently he scared fo:;r touchdowns and two points after touchdown to give his team an easy victory . He has expressed a desire to write. But now lie says he has a much greater love for football til an for books. i'oggerel Verse Aided Students 100 Years Ago CHICAGO. <UP) — School children cf 75 years to a century a?o Joseph V. SlJljn, verse. A "poetical geography" of Communist Party 1348. on exhibit at the Chicago Hist' rical Society's headquarters, informed the Undent that: "The torrid zone is 'tween the tropics spread Where twice a year the sun is overhead." Included in the collection are a fictorial copy of "Pocr Richard's l.':?>oiis for Young and, Old" (1834), Rolln bosk (i 1338. a 1777 primer ' ' f. a Rover." Ended Without Cutting or Salves Thousands of Pile sufferers have learned that quick, and permanent relief can only be accomplished with an internal medicine. Neither salves or cutting remove the cause. Bad circulation of the blood in the lower bowel causes piles. The veins are flabby, the bowel walls weak—the parts almost deiul. To end Piles nil internal medicine must be mcd to stimulate the circulation and strengthen the affected parts. Dr. J. S. Lconlinrdt was the first to discover a real internal Pile remedy. He called his 'prescription ilEM-KOID, and prescribed it for ith the marvelous 'ss in 9GO cases, and then decided every Pile sufferer RUDIIVILLE, Ind., (UP) —The[should be able to get HEM-RO1D town of Milroy lost one of Us mc-st from their own druggist with* a Aged, Marble King - of Indiana v Dead '^dT^' picturesque-figures with the death rigid money-back guarantee. of William A. Abridge, 75. Dr Uol , llar(lt . s prescription has Fifteen years ago, the town was'. n wonderful record of success known as "the place where old men play marbles." He was the "marble king." He kept a little grccery and iu- an adjacent alley directed a mur- blc ring. Dally throughout the right in this city ind Kirby Drug Stores inviics every rile suilerer lo try HEM-ROID and guarantees to refund the purchase price if it does not cud all Pile misery. —Adv. 1 DAIRY cf the Central Committee of the t Russia, and leader of ths "industrial war against the world," here Is shown in a newly posed portrait. Stalin. v,ho"ls 51, denies, he is a "dictator," .but this photo shows something of the strain induced by the tremendous power he wields. ccnversatlons with such men as Rockefeller, Livemore, Morgan, \ Ford, Schwab and Raskob. 01)1) NAMES FOUND N, N5ass., UJP) — Odd Princess Alice Put Corset Out of Running NEW ' YORK, (UP)—The corset .... - j.,r. 11 1000. A iii, in.,.. f . . 't.A\J r,iU,N ,via^s (UP) —• Odd 'i'. and the history cf a youth who! ceased to be a feminine accessory I ,, . . ' .. ' , cllowcd the sea, "TliE Sorrow: of'when Alice Roosevelt Longworth I » lali:cs c " llcd from k - w England i Rover." ' | tolri the Wp.r Board thai Mays were' genealogical records during years | unnecessary and that the steel o( rcsc-avch were rcvealM her.- rc-l STKR1, TRAP BANNED 'should be turned into battleships, | cc i, t iy by Mrs. Fioreirc C-nnnt> IJOSiON. i UP i—The steel trap I according to "They Tolrl Barren." ! HOWCE. a.«stant editor of (he N.^v can bo used m Ma--achusetts no! a new bo:k by Samuel Taylor'Eivjland Historical Socictj;. Arnold long;-r. j\ hill abolishing it, known Moore and Arthur Pound- '.them were: Silence Noyc:, Rhoda It was wntlen from notes njnde Bt:ll. fvory Keys, Constant Pain? "You Won't Get Kit" Phone 159 u lf¥ou Buy of Mr. Bowertf' EVEIIY DAY IN T II K WEKK WE DELIVER ANYWHERE IN TOWN Pork Chops FRANKS Browne LAMB LEGS ,,13 NECKiBONES Ib. 4c PORKMELTSL,,10 C PIG Halves, Pickled rC FEET Each J. SAUERKRAUTS Fresh and Meaty lb.18 I* V SOAP °TL. 19 FIG BARS ,,15 C SALT MEAT For Moiling Ib. 12c i»,V Fres h Pork 1CO lid Lb, SOUP To n.. 8'a c! 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