The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 18, 1938 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 18, 1938
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FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1038 Tip CLUB Osceola Civic Club Also Hears Reports On Barge Terminal Project OSCEOLA, Ark., Mar. 18.—Declaring dial, "eternal vigilance fa the pi-Ice of liberty" and Hint Uie increasingly largo number of people interested in governmental nf- 1'alrs was one of the healthy signs of (he limes, B. C. Durliara, mayor [ uf Riplcy, Tenn., addressed sixiy- [ live members and guests nf the [ Osceola civic Club at their tegu- lar meeting in (ti(: Progressive club room yesterday, on Uie subject, of "M'unldpal'Government and Ui(: Duties of Mayors." Mr. Durham, un altorm-y. lias M-rvi-d as mayor of Riplcy for leu years, being elected each lime without opposition. )Ic iva.s inim- duced by I,, i,. McDrcirmtin, a farmer class mate. He wax recently appointed by Governor Browning as a member of the Tennessee Crime Commission. During the business session conducted by Ben Butler, president, Ihe club passed a resolution re- rjuesting the Memphis park Commission to approve arrangements for Hie Arkansas-Ole Miss football game during- 1 the week of November 19. Reasons for Oils resolution were given by o.scar Fcmllei- of Blylhcville. Brief reports were heard from the committee recently appointed by Mr. Butler to make n preliminary survey of business and industrial concerns in Osceola and .surrounding towns as to the amount of tonnage that could be -• expected to be handled at a barge line terminal located here. The v committee composed of George Doyle, H. J. Hale and Wetby Young gave the main points in conferences held with executives of the Mississippi Valley Barge Line and tlie Federal Barge Line. Jack Paris, manager of the OsccoJa canning plant who attended the conferences, stated that the' minimum load for a port the size and capacity planned for Osceola would be one hundred and fifty tons. .The committee will continue their work with barge line officials and ex- iwrts in river transportation. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Crittencton of Blylheville were guests. BLYTHEVILLE .(AUIU COURIER NEWS Casting Director For Movie WiUiiini 1). t'aiton, castinii director, shown above, arrived in town today lo make |n-«/!l;ninary arrangements for production <,f ihf kid |j!fiure lo he made hen: Mum. Casting Director Arrives To Give "Kiddies" Movie Tests PAGE THREE Blythcvillc School Demonstration Cl.ub News Notes Entries'arc poiirln« into Die office of .the Hit/ Theater for the two-reel all i.ilkiiig kid movie lo be made here soon, using local children from 3 to 12 yeans °of age. The Ritji theater is sponsoring the local kid picture which is lo lie miu'ts entirely in this city, using sonic spots for locations. Every part in the production will be filled by a local youngster. The Melton Barker Juvenile productions have been engaged by llic theater management to ".shoot" the local kiddies, as they romp through llieir parts in the picture. William n. nation, casting director, and said to lie particularly capable in Uie selection of youngsters, arrived in town today to make irelimimiry preparations for casting of the kiddies. Patton has arranged his casting schedule lo start tomorrow morning in the lobby of the HUH theater, and his casting hours will be from 9 to 12 a.m. nnd from 3 to C p.m. | All children who have registered at. the theaters arc being notified by telephone and |x>st card when to report for a camera test. Palton is anxious to receive more entries, thus giving him an opportunity of having a wide range of choce In filling the parts of the story. Children who wish to try out for' a part should register at the box office of the Ritz theater. All types of children are needed. Some singing and dancing acts will he used, but these talents arc not essential to enter (he list for screen trials. Hollywood methods of casting- placing the applicant before (he movie camera and lights—will be used to determine which 100 children arc to participate. Production will begin on the picture next Saturday, March 2Gth, with rehearsals begiimlii" next Tuesday, March 22nd. •;: Club Six Entertains DYESS, Ark. — Fifty men and women ivere entertained by club number six, home demonstration clubs at the school house on road seven last night, Dinner was served at six o'clock, followed by a program and recreational features. Mrs. Dewey Hudson, president, presided over the meeting nnd presented Mrs. Homer Fields, program chairman, who in turn presented Mrs. Roy White, who spoke on "Pictures for the Home." Mrs. Robert Poley discussed "Bed Room Improvement, Mrs. Clarence White, Living Room Improvement. Miss Helen Shaw, guest speaker, talked on "The Making and Keeping of Friends." Miss Irene Barn well led the group in games and contests. Mrs. Haltie Gossien is supervisor of Dyess home demonstration clubs. The meeting was in honor of the husbands of the members of tlie r "*club. 1 afternoon. He discussed the Farm Control Program. Hear Mrs. Gladish DYESS. Ark.—Mrs. S. L. Gladish HWPffy tHERE'S MY ^fflNSHRWi. PUR¥A Tr^TflWCK i V ^J*«ni, A JD Purina Chick Startena is insurance for you, too. If you start your chicks on Startena, you'll raise big, strong, healthy chicks- chicks that grow into the kind of layers that'll make you money. Stop by today and see us about Purina Chick Startena. Baby Chl\ for Sale 1. K. Ashcraft Co, the club the if Osceola addressed the colony •ouncil of home demonstration women Tuesday on "Women in ' J ublic Life." Other speakers were 'he Rev. Lyman T, Barger who led levotions, Mrs. John 9. Wilson who , .ilked in i)nrljnmentar3' procedure, viiss Cora Lee Coleman, county' "enl for north Mississippi county, •vho stressed the "Live at Honie am," and Miss Inez Kincnid .vho dlscusiicd club problems and tirged Ihe women to enter ^lanl to Prosper contest. Some sixty attended the reeling which is known as largest Home Demonstration club in the world, club number six, Mrs. Dewey Hudson, president, won he attendance prize. A covered dish luncheon was served at noon. The recreational horn- was in :harge of Mrs. Oscar Mitts and Mrs. Calvin Ramsey of club num- «r one who featured a St. rat- rick's Day entertainment. J. E. Terry, mnnnger of the farm .iivision. was the speaker for the At the Hospitals Mrs. J. c. Evans underwent an operation lor appendicitis yesterday at the Blytlierille hospital. Trumann Wilson underwent a mnjor operation yesterday at tho Blytheville hospilnl. Mrs. Frank Hill was removed from her home in the Pride subdivision to Ihe Blythevillc hospital .-esterday in a Cobb ambulance. Country Club Finance Committee Will Meet Cecil Shane, chairman of the new nuance committee of the country club, has announced that there will be n meeting of his committee tonight, seven o'clock, in the office of Morse and Kirshner. Any one interested in (he club is Invited to attend, it has been announced. Begins Work On West Ash Street Cottage Work has started, on n four room brick cottage, being erected by o. 'Abraham at the rear of his West Ash street lot. with the house facing 2lst street. The house, which has already been rented, will be painted white, with a green composition roof. Both the small jront and rear porches will be concrete and the interior will be plastered. The lloor space will be 30 by 26 feet. Close Rival fur Dr. Dafoe SAN JOSE. Cal. (UP)—Dr. Alan A. SliufeR has a kindred feeling for Dr. Allan Dafoe of the Dionne quintuplet* fame. Dr. Shufelt did not have the honor of attending the birth of quintuplets, but he attended in one day the birth of five boys in five different hospitals. What Ibtcte 'fyfate. w&i uiit A bourn LEWIS HUNTER...was already well known .50! K. Main St. Keystone Kieltl X- nnlb Seeds Garden DISTRIBUTORS (MOON DISTRIBUTING CO., LiUlc Rock, Ark. WESTERN ARKANSAS DISTRIBUTING CO Fort Smith, Ark. HIOH seirooi, NKWS Jerry Cohen l.rads Honor Roll Jerry Cohen led the honor roll for the first six weeks of the second semester. His average was 14 pon'ils. The others on Ihe honor roll were: Vcrn Goodrich, 12'/i; Hetty Eberdl, M<trjorl« Mays, nnd Bill Mill-dough, 111--,- Ulllle LegeeU, ll'i; Kathleen Ashley, Sue llnmey, Mnriiui Tompkfris. II; IvTnry Lynn Jackson nnd Hinder Sims, 10'A; Nfeddle Urown, Winifred Crawford, M«ry Frances Fields inul H»y Clrnnt, 10; Eugene Howl and Mary Helen Moore, U'i; Jiiiinila- While and Jeaiieltn Jean Rctiiuiuh, !); Hf'liy Dodson. Willard Kvuns and Mildred Weathers, B'.i; Elva Michael, 8; Marjorle Wiuren, 7-V,; Uonnte Jenn Uuchannn, 7',-i; Snrnh E^'rai'd ami Odessa McGce, 7; Mnry Jo llnchunun, (l',i. Stuiliints earnlnn honorable mention were: Kathleen liaker, Elixu- belli Iliixter, Neclra Horryman, I'i'BBy Umk-s, Murlnn Caldwell, Al- llfc 1). Cnssldy, Bill Cluimblln, AUB- iisliis Crowe, Alary Kntherlne Dll- lahunty. Hob Douglas. 1'eiirldinu Kills. liOrctta fAibanks. Hnsscll rr .Mary IX Fitzgerald, Thomas isuii, Marie Hopper, Cliarles Maxwell, Amy Ruth .Morris, Suva lx)n McCulclien, Olen Ola Mcl.eod, Hlllit 1 Payne, Vera Lee 1'lckeu, Tom Heciler, Odie lllce. Thomas Seay, Alice Snllba, Eloulse Sprnd- ley. Joyce Somers, Miriam Smith. Clniide Stewart, Mniy Kathryn Thompson, and Pntricia Wood. [•'acuity MreU The Junior-senior high school fucuUy held Us regular professional meeliiiB Monday night, 'llie program leas devot«l to a dlscu.s- ion of the results of tlie meeting of (he National Association of Superintendents and Principals which was convened recently at Atlantic City. N. J. I'll! and rcsixmsc to vcllex action In Mopping a nir wi-re administered to members of the nrlver Udu- iTUInn class, Monday, 'I'bese tesl.s wen' ijlven by MLss Pearl Downs of Little Ifoek, who Is 11 member ol Ihe I'llueiuioniil department of i\\n Arkansas Automobile club. Illyihevlllp is one of the 21) schools In the state olfeiinn such H course. Of |hose, schools iilremlv visited, MIS.S Downs says lhat ilic members of ihe rlnss here hn«> iiinkftl In ihe tests .she has i>lven. K|»iiM)i'i tlu-ir School Heads Meet Superintendent.'; and principals of (he Mississippi county schools held their monthly meeting ut Wilson, Thursday. March 9. W. D. McClnrkln, superintendent of Blytheville schools, presided. Miss Wnle Turner, principal speaker of evening, discussed "Retardation In Mississippi county .schools." Those of Blythevillc who attended were: Miss Rosa Hardy. Miss Winnie Turner, W .D. McClurtdn. iind Mrs. E. F. Fry. The members were served dinner in the home economics cottage by fhib MrH.s 'i-s of tln> Science club d by C. o. Mt-Kce, held rcjitilur W ekly mwlliiK TIiuiMliiy iiiji,^ March 10. They dlscus!,ed plans for .securing n bul- "ni-t'd ai|iiurlnin. Clnirlyn MCI.KK! >'"'])''i(«l mi blood ininl'iisltins. .ttiNinn nir;n NKWS 'l«-i-niy four .siiidont.s In junior hl«!i school \vcre njimi'd on the honor roll lor the past six weeks Stiidtin.s listed were; I'inulc 7A-1: Ut-tsy Hee Iliidian- nii. l.loyd Ulonicyer. <irudi' 7A-2: lifiiliih Miillin.s Veni Nowell. Hetty 1'hllHps, Lnvonnc Hetliium, lleverly TImmus. firadf 8A-1: Jack Cluimblln, Ann C'niok, n.ivis. tirade B/v-2: Cicorijt! llnbbard, Clarnu-e Johnson, IJIIJy Join/, Jo- seiili Mcfliln?. Bill Morse. Biitonnc Jagders, May Iwvplnce. SnlllB M'oth- is. Duiis Mulr. Cinulf 8A-3: Miixluc Held, fiylvin Reidniiin, Mariorie Rimer, Shirley Kocl»m. Albert Sulibii. I A number of slmlenis In Junior , hlah school had perfect nttendiince ni'ords fur the, past six weeks. They were: Grade 7A-1: Clmrlos Afil!<:k,.lliu- my Allen, Gregory Atkins, Ilershell Besluirso. Lloyd Dlomcyer. Hilly Browne, Hoy Brown, Hilly C'tilllson, Elmer Stone, ucttsi- lice liuchaiuin, Agtifs Callls, Ila U. Fields, CJenil- <iinc Fisher. Elmii Hopper, Kalher- Ine Hudson. Nuncy Hughes, Mary Virginia fielchcl. Grade 7A-2: Itolnnd Davis, Orln Golf, Herbert Clnihain, Oonnld lllekninn, D. J. Hodge. Harris limit. Clyde M'lUlicny, Helen Mnngrum, Dciilnh Mullins, Vcrn Nowell. cnth- eriue Oxford. Uctly Phillips, uilly Jean Smith. Mnrjorlc Stevens, licv- erly 'llioiims. Grade 7A-3: Lois Eaton, Stclln Evans. Geneva Sample. Jack Dclk, Robert MUKi-y. \V. C. Rylee, L. E. Stalford. Bill Tom Stewart, 1'nrvln the home economics department of I Wnlk(M '. George Workman. Wilson. , ''v"'i" 8A-1: David Uoone, Owen Brasfield, Jack Chamblln, E. u Program Olven ! i'l'wun. Chillies if. Gray. Johnnie A,,skit, Illuslratine how lo IKC 1 w . Jlit(v . B"Hc Jeau Abboll. Margie the! Renders in assembly under the supervision of Miss Amy Bailey. Those taking part In the :lt illustrating how lo use w ." lu - »»»c Jn»> AUboll. Margie aders' Guide was presented ' f,»««.scm. IJorothy Corlcw. $ylvcs- mbly Thursday. March 10. le ^ Do ™y. Ellv.ntelh Davis, he supervision of Miss Amy ,,° ra(ie a A-2: I lay wood Hardy. Max Harrison, Clarence Johnson, C. Dodson, and Geneva Graves. KvanRflist.s Speak i fo! , The'Rev. C. L. Randall and the Rev. l'. A. Stockton were guest speakers at the 1 'high school assembly Monday, March H. Tho evangelistic parly is conducting 11 scries of services nt thft Second Baptist Church. Tests' Administered To Driving Class Tests on accuracy of sight, henr- Lovelacc, Snllte Mathis, Jane Me<l- lin. Grade 8A-3: Wnrreu Clark. Et- PYeeman, Millon Patterson, by Dessle I'ai ice, was neatly enjoyed hy (ho vlsltln.; pupils. Olven Shower 'i'lie pii|ills of Junior high gave n t'lnlhlug shower to fivd Plpklji because his home was destroyed by lire. Orchestral Instrument llt'iminslrallDn.s <i|vcu Ifc'iiKuistmllous ol ordie.strnl In- KtriimenlK were h-iven for I lie sev- i-nlh Ki-ade iiinslc class by Ihe lotUnvina: accordion, Jot- Kvrurd; Iriimix'l, Hilly Jonl/; euphonium', Hill Morse. Wins Honor Marjorle Uliiier, UA-II won honorable jiicnllon for her .vilutlon |o '"I'ne Hidden llabbil Mystery" In Die CillTcjll .Science. .Make I'lipiiet Siit)« I'uplls of Hie c'lghlh (ji-iidn clusscs are Ijeilnnlnjj a 1 puppcl ynll. 1'up- pi-l pans are whittled from wmid, mid molded Iroui Kiunbo. Hlage nnd Miijje set.s me undei eonslruc- llun. i Klarl NViv I'nll lh yriule Jiclencc elu.sses ur<; inn a unit on patent medl- MHM- Kmiips are sdulytnx cold cures, cosmcllc.s. laxutlves, re- duccr.s, iieadachc CHITS, and so forth. Kncli group will nlve n pn>- Bi'iiin, pre]>:u-f tin exhibit, and a notebook. CUNTItAI, Ht.'HOOl- NKU'S 1'upiSs of the Ili-sl nnd w-cond Bi'iulfts nre «'iilclilii(f for sl^ns of spiiiiR. They lire junking kites and plan to Imvc u l:llc contest in a few weeks. The third iiradc pupils observed Ailjor Dny by planting n crapu myrtle and some Iris. The crape myrtle wiis bought from Mrs. Leech, and Dan Cnldwi'l brought Ihe iris. These children nre doing some good work to help the Garden Club beautify the town. They have committees upiwlnled to help cure for Ihe school ground nnd park. They are trying lo keep boys and girls from culling corners and walking across llic grass on (he school grounds, yards, or vacant lots. The fourth crndc maile n trip lo A. S. Hnrboro'.s wholesale house last week to learn where trulls mid vefclnble.s nre grown, how they arc shipped, and how Ihey me preserved, The flllh grade, with Iho help of some slxlh grade boys, have set the west side of the yard with sumachs. They hope lo help slop the walking n cross the i-rounds by .Ing i'l> Ihe space for pluming. These plants are very bright In autumn iuid will help to make llu> grounds attractive. This class is doing sonic extra work in reading, nnd ihe children me, making booklets with their copies of "My Weekly Render." Oil March 10 Mrs. Jlnrry W Ilalnes s]>oke lo the students of Central school on beautlficntlon of Blytlmville. She urged Unit the children become beauty conscious lo such an extent that Ihey will cooperalc with their parents In 1m- provinu Die city. Mrs. Armstrong, Bob lilaylock, Kay Thomas, Harry Hnljies, con- Marjorie ' Rimer, Shirley Kotlgera, Louise Rice, Elliot Kalha. Hays Snraillcjv Mnry Wrlghl. *'lsil Nfgto Kcliool Tlie music classes visited (he ne- Sro school to hear students there sing spirituals. This visil concluded the unit of work on Ne^ro Spirituals. The singing, which was.plan- McCORMICK-DEERING Peg-Tooth Harrows '"THIS ia a good time to inspect your peg-tooth J- harrows to find out whether all the sections are in good shape. Each section should be solid and rigid-«very tooth should be secure. If your harrows aren't in A-l condition, come in and let us show you the complete line of McCormick-Deering Peg-Tooth Harrows. We have a good stock of them in the style you like best. There's no danger of a McCormick- Deenng twisting out of shape. These harrows are well-braced and solidly built for good, clean work. We'll quote you on a complete harrow or as many sections as you need. Ask us about extra sections to hook behind the plow or disk harrow when you farm with tractor power DELTA IMPLEMENTS, Inc. Distributors for the McCormick-Deering Pull Line of Farming Equipment 312 South Second BlythevHle, Ark, siunce Demon, lioseimuy night und Hoss Hughes .saw "Sjioiv Write And The Seven Divnrfs" In Memphis, H'liTV llalnes went to Little Rock IVfonday. While there he visit<'<! the house of representatives ami Hie senate. 'Hie slxlh grriila had n meeting of Ihelr Bonk Club I'rlihiy. The rolmy :ind committees cnvo Ilielr Huwrls. They voted on hav- IIIK a "Who's Who" contest this week. The following look part on (he program: Mnry Kiilhr'yii Mos- It'V, Irlhfl Rice, Ilosemavy llljjht June Martin. Constance Demon I uml Kay Thomn.s, Seoul News Boys Girls llccntiM' of (hi! uimiido disaster Tuesday, thii Cub .Scouts ]> rioned tlii'lr welncr roiwi srticdiilnd lor thai nielli, unlll Prld.iy. In- Mend I hoy hud ui,.| r w ,, 0 kly moel- x hi Hit! Chrlsliun Hull. l-'<ill(iwln« ilif business sessltm (ho boys pluyed (jnrm-.s. 'Hit; Conn of Honor will ]«. held Mnri-l) '23 nnd Ihe smulii me u to brinif their ROXY Admission nlmiys !0<i g. jjijo. ullnefs Saturday * Sunday Only Friday - Saturday Cailoun g. "Tim Tyler's I.IK*" ixthl. Continuous sliowlnj; Saturday. Sunday - Monday with Amiii Mai; Wnii|{ ami Aliln Tiuulroir, Fo.v N'ni's * Comedy OUR SALE GOES ON! REDUCED PRICES! LOWER FINANCE RATES! 1JW Chevrolet ftlnsk-r Deluxe Town Solan ....$525 10:i7 Plyniontli .|-I)oor Sedan S1H5 1936 Dorltfc Touring Se<!:in J,'M5 1930 Chevrolet Couch §345 103! Chevrolet Coach $ii),> Ifl.'if) Font V-S Deluxe Tudor $2!>5 I9.H Kord V-S Deluxe Tudor .- 5195 in.'!') Fort! V-8 Deluxe Coupe 5275 1030 Chevrolet C. C. Pickup Truck $275 1936 Ford V-8 C. C. Pirkun Truck S27S Easy G. M. A. C. Payment Plan TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. Wnlnnl & R. R. Phone C33 "Converted" Gambler . To alk At Church It was «())eclfd tliat Phil Hamer. of Alltinla. Ga^, a "converted"- Kiunblci- with a dramatic life story would lie present- tonight nl the cviiiiiicllstlc meeting being conducted HI the second TiapRst church by (he Rev. c. j,. Randall mid the acv, p. A, Stockton, but lit present nothing has been heard from him, ihe cviuigellut lias announced. If he does not come the Rev. Mr. Ifnnditl) win pre.ii-.'i on '"I he prodigal Son." Tlie liev. Mi', .Stockton, who has been In charge'of the young people's work unit the (singing, will hnvt! lu leave iiflcr Sunday's set--. vice, but Ihe meeting will be con-' llniKXI ihrouglioiil nest week. A pli-nlc Is planned lor (lie children (omonow. ll'-ml Courier News Wnnl Adi.. Everything for your enter tsilnmcnl and tomfort. Admlsslun Matinee JCc. Jfe Jfio Ailmlsslon Nlsht llin ,fe 30 0 Watch Society Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests TODAY ONLV ADVENTURE RETURNS! 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