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MONDAY, MARCH 21, 19118 BLY'fHEVlUE. (AllK.)' COUfclfctt NBttl Local Girl Scouts Celebrate Week With Several Activities FLAPPER \ FANNV By Sylvia 1 »»»YNt»5tBVlCt.lW. T.tt.ncc U.S (Mr.OFf.— -1 Activities of Ihe local Girl Scouts in observance of National Girl Scoiit Week, which began Sunday. March 13 when the (jroup attended the First Christian clmreli in a body, and continued Ihroiifjliout (he ivrck. Daily radio piwrams and a display of >;e 0 ut ctiuiiimcnl and handicraft in Jack Apple- l.anm's window Saturday was climaxed Friday niglit \vilii a Mother-Daughter bammct given at Ihe First Presbyterian church, Jonouils decorated ilic basement of tlic Presbyterian church where member.-; cl (he Kusincss Women's circle ol Ihe Woman's Auxiliary served dinner to approximately 170 scouts and mothers. Attractive place cards featured the fla«!; used in the semaphore code arranged lo form the ii«- lial "Altcnliou." The Girl Scout colors, green and yellow, were used in Ihe decorations on tables of which jonquils formed the cen- lerpiccci". Gallic Mathis presided as toasl- niiftrc.-.-i of (he program on "l-'Yi- niciis Trail niavers." Following a toast to the molhers Riven "by, Maxinc Ifeid and the response by i Mrs. C. R; liafcMck. songs with I '• illustrative action were .11111" bv'l"\" ' ,' T 1 • • ' members of Troop Seven *B,ch| JUllIlinUtlVe ^61111111116 troop E-ive a scene In the life of' a fnmoi:s Eaka and Lew: dttfon, was the woman chosen by Young Democrats Arc To Meet At Caruthersville CAHOTHKHSV11.LK, Mo., Mill'. "0-YouiiK Demonals of ilio Teillh' CMi|,rcw>loii:il Dislriet will meet hole E:ttnr<l:iy. March 28, Hoy W.' llair.cr. iircsidnH of tlic PcnilKCOl Ccuuly Vnuii'j Ucinocravi club, 1 iiimr.i!iie.?(l ycsterdiiy. llai'pev said' reservations \\cre being mii.la for X al a liamiuel Hint evening. 'I lie UiMiu-K M-sston will lie held at [our oVIut'k in lilC liiwiKWit Hi the courlhousc, the baiiciiic; to' to licld nt the Methodist Church) l.a.'cment d>iili>n hall! Followl'ii; I (lie banquet, a free dance \vlll Iw turn i't Hie iirir.ury for :l:lexatcs ami visitors, j , Amciv; n'ojnlncnl speakers. ll;n(UT said, who have t-ignUlod tluii Inlmllcm o[ al tending the di Uii'l imrliiu! an- United Slates L'enaly utimrll o. chirk. Con-' i.m-fiimii Oiville Zimmerman of HIP 'lentil lUsltlel. lloytl W. King. I slr'c superintendent of schools, :HK[ J. V. c.'oiuiin, president ot t Ihe Vniini; Uemocralic cluls of Mir;;ci:ri. G. G. Caudili Winner Of "Blind Bogey" Contest Cl. 0. Cnucim won the "blind bogey" conlcsl (singed lit Uio Bly- lhi!v)ll« Country club hero yeslcr- <l«y i>y Lew mown, the new club profcsslcnut. Cnucltll's score of 79 was merest (he bogey score of 81 nmong (lie coiili'slnnls neninnt Cloooli nirdul a (j5 for tlic is-liolo roiilc to lake (he honors for low not score, and (he cnrd of l r . 11. Acton was (he high net score 1 the day. v. nrown plans lo slixjc another "I can't figure you out. Always unrein' me lo buy dilV'rcnL clothes, and then frill for a guy that weary Hie Mine o!c suit. every day." - . ss womnn of earlier limes. T> 1 11 7 Til O '. 1 - 1 •«««. «;i.o gaktei ctark Jtiiles JJyess rlione bvvjtchooarc 'Vis en their inmoiis CXIK- J Miss Charles Jones' Trcop Five to dramaliiu. Jcltyc Clntrc Iliilfman. Mary Bntcock. Dorothy Jean Hiq- lilnion, Nancy Hughes, Betty Phillips. Louise Vance, Doris' Muir, Billlc Damon and Beverly Thomas look part. Miss Alia Mac G.nrlingtoii's Troop Six presented a scone from "little Women"-, by Louisa Mac A.'cctt, Margaret Crook, Constanc" Dcnlon. Becky McCall, Mary Frances Nunn, Betty Adams and Kay Thomas interpreted the famous characters of lh.it book. Khc Mich sines well, she enjoy:; rs swimming and horscbacl; vidiiiB. Klic enjoys most of all. she says, her convenient, farm home with its Garden and (lowers and the Mends that nhe Jins for.'ncrl with Hie administrative stall of Ilio colony. Ucr pal-rills. Mr. and Mrs. .1. L. Jnccta. lire at House 408. Road A Giadimtc of .the Hampton Ai- dnctcrt the interview was Jo Evr?- lyn Disiugcr. Patty June Gibson, Iva Louise Eeay, Iniogenc Callis, Plov Anil Sample i an'd' Mary Lcvitiis' of Mi's Mildred Moore's Tron;> Four told amusing incidents from the life of Juliette Loive, founder of the Gi:t Scout organization. Troop seven of which Mis. Jrss Homer is captain, gave a skit on '"I lie Modern Girl Scout." in which Mary Lynn Jackson illustrated the uniform worn at Camp Kiwaiiia and Mary Helen Moore, the outfit, worn by a hike r, while Alice Salita explained features of the clothing. Wanda Smith showed work done In camp craftsmanship ciarscs and Mavjarie Mays and Mildred Muir discussed folk danc- lii^. "Cay Is Dene," sung by the entire sraup, was the final number on the program. DYESS. Art:.—One of Ilic most i I lie DVCJK Cfiilrn! rhiirch. unique characters that, Dvcss Col-1 cny lias Is little Mi.ss Gladys .la-' cofcs. eolonist, employed on tlic administrative slnff as twltch- bOard o]icvator. Mir.s Jacobs suffered n severe illness at the age of ciglileen months which retarded her giOH'tli and loilay at^lhc a«;c of 27 years. Is only a little over lour feet tall. mid weighs. G2 pounds. The fuel j Nine. Her inanir:d brother lias a Ihal .she is small, however, does colony home. Her /aider. In i.-pitc net, kcc;> lier from tciny an act- of the fact Hint lie 1m (\\a eliil- (h'cn in hit'li •icirool and no t r ro'*'n ron at home, lia:; dearer! over half of he •!() aciv tract. Tiiis ycjir lie plans to have '.''.! acres in cnltl- vnticn, iiinjoring in feedstuff:;. Last year licficles havitir; cnou°li from Ilio gnrdcn to eat ami can for llieir oivu ccnsuiiiplion the family told cal.'ljane. tomatoes, okra. and RIIVO nivay inc;ch to mijlibors and friends. board in the outer office of E. S. Dudley, resident manager, in Oc- toter,- 1936. She is considered a most l! successful operator due lo the-fact thai she is quiet and un- eciiiniunlcativc. Miss Jacobs likes her '.vork. She enjoys lon-j distance c; she places every . day. Not Ion ago she got n great "kick" out of a call placed to her old home town, Hampton. There is only one line out ol the colony viu Lc- Funeral To Be Rehearsed KINGSTON, Tenj). "(UP)—Hush Breazcalc hopes to hear his own funeral here on June 25. Breazealc wauled lo see for himself what hi> funeral would to like, and requested Hev. Charles E. Jackson, former Hockwmd, Tenn., pastor and now in charge at Ihe First Christian Church at Paris, III., to preach at Hie "reheaVEal." More thnn ISO mi!c,<i <;f pi pe arc 1'niiils (in I'cl. Ilanclic.ipiicd ST. LOUIS I UP)—Sixty'per cent e n f the children examined this vc'ir ,! '»' »' c "'""'" "' nliicnllon were found to l:avc physical defect,-!, nccordini; lo Siiiieriiilendenl II. j. Ceiling. Defects included adenoids, disease:! tonsils, defects of panlo, Marked Tree. Memphis ant! . ."' vision and lir.-uinu. spinal dcform- cutside world, Tier greatest , x .l ities. (lecnycd lecth, 'malnutrition r.itcmcnt comes when three "or nlltl llrart disease, four people want the line at the ;, _. II- ,. S--I-- i lltl l_ IIJ|MU.> LIH-IH-, 1^1I.>O iiicluclcd in tlic Boulder Dnm ic-ltimc lo be active Deration plant.. , ctlool anri ymlns vt . 0 samc time .and .she has lo persuade them to wait their turn. At first it was difficult for her lo understand the "lingo" employed by humorous "Jake" Terry, manager of the farm division. One day Mr. Terry rung the operator, "Get me the bnttic ax— quick,' 1 he said. In constcrnntioa little Miss Jacobs turned to Miss Taylcr, secretary to Mr. Dudley, "He wants the bntlle ax. oh, v,here do you keep 'cm?" "Ring nis home," advised Miss Taylor. and fled lo tell Mv. Tei'ry what he had dr.ne. Too stnnll in r,talnre lo rcacii the hoard from an ordinary chair, Mr. nitrlloy had the colony lurnitiirc factory make a ctiait' csjrccialiy cte.signcd to meet Ihe need:; of Miss Jacobs. Bcsidts supporting her family with tlie salary she earns from •] her employment. Miss Jacobs finds I*:— ,„ !.„ —1;,.~ j u Sunday | work Heart Courier News Want Ads. ROXY Admission nlways Itlc Jt 2(!c. lUnfincrs Saturday & Suiulay Onlj Last Times Today BRING IN YOUR OLD CAR FOR DRIVE GUT A BETTER ONE AMERICA 1S35 Ford V-3 Tudor. . . An unusually clean car. Low Mileage. For (he most miles for flic least moiifr ace (his 1033 Ford V-8 Tudor for only ...'... ClitTKOf.KT SEDAN ! ,TI. The Ijcsl. hiiy in (own fliotor, Tirte and Upholstery in A-l Condi- ticn, anil tlic price is only 5th & Walnut Phone 810 wltli An:a J7;ir- Wang :uul Akin Tnniiioir. Fox Ncivs .t Comrtly Tuc. - Wed. - Thur. PAL MIGHT! Two Admitted for tlic 1'iicc nf 1 KE KISSES AND MAKES ijP TO A /f'.\ Hayti Seizes Pemiscot Independent Cage Title CAIfUTIIKUBVll-LE, Mo., Mar. VS.- Hayli drfciitcil Ciu'iiiliiji'^vilU' 3<i-:u in ihc nnnls to win nrsl c in Ilio lirsl. aniuuil I'eml- ;col Cc'iait.v liulcpciidcK*. H:H,kci- h'll •rminiiimoiil, licit! ul the Wnr- lloll h|g]| sclltol (!}'HI. All (illlllCS of tlic thirc-nijOit .sc.viinn.i \vcix 1 rcfcrocd by W. H. "Dud" roster, Wnrdcll suiici'lnlcndont, nnil former !:igli iclioul iitul collude lioop Ji'ar. Ti.irci iSncn v.ns w . i l-y Wuv- lic'll. v:lic rlt-li'nlod Upoiiri;; 3.3-ac. i:.iniille Hubci, H.ivii, :iml Ocr- Hhl HaTgrovo. Caruilici.M'illc, were Jilph scorers oi llv: Mshl IcBiii 1 ; caiupcti'd, (Jnrnlh- tvsvillc, S'teele, Wiavlell, llollniid. Ccciiiv;, Cooler, iln.vtt iincl Brag- qnclot to. Caruthcrsvilk Dentist Gets C C C Camp Assignment CJARinilERSVlLLE. Mo; Mar. Ml. -Dr. Bellin t Bishop, sun o! J.">r. and Mrs, G. C. TJJ S |, CJ , . O r t |,| s :ity, .hns trcn as'ii^iicd for ilont- i.sl'.s duly n:: « ni'sl nontenant Ip CCC camps in H W 'H, Leaven' •vcrtli, loins., vicinity. UK w j| s-i\" :'t.oiit a .in-'ji cnnipi : ln iln .icii.i'v. and ir:; n|>pc:i!itr>:n: Is associated \vllh his luthcV here. ' <fKIT.it Everything for your entci tainment and comfort. Admission Matinee 10e & 26c Ailmissiou Nj^lit 16c Jb 36c Watch Society Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests Last Times Today Paramount News & Coindly e ICc ,S 2fic .. .. ., .AOiris-irn Malinec lOr k 2Gr Also Novelty Short M<i Ccmed> . Arlmiaian Night 1« 0 •'ft 3fic "blliui bogey" noxt Sunday and i wed. ovit-ot-towtv nwmb«rs of II in club In Qoceo!*, Ui»or« mid other nciirby towns to partlc)p«t«. Horseback Ri<t«r Covers 3,000 Miles in 7 Years UTK7A, N. Y. (UPJ—AtUr Irnvcl- liiff 3.000 mllei by horsebuck, Hay Curr. world W»r vtUran ol Utlca, Itt glad to bo out o( the stddlc foi uwlille and buck iu hla home town for the drat time In scvtiv yeurs. Ctorr wns working oi> a ranch iicnr ononn, Tex., until early last f»ll when drouth forewl the ranch owner to ull his c»tU«. Carr decided to start oat tor mica, so he mounter! smoky, hli favorite horse, and begun his (ravel*. Because winter w»a approaching he hwt to chart a southern course find accordingly traveled through U states. Dodging nutomoblleti Geeiucd to be one of c^rr's main problems. "in the south I kept pretty well lo the dirt roads," lie said, "but In BOlng through Pennsylvania, and New yorfc I was dodging cars nil th* way." ^ Shovel COM DEBRPIELO, O, (UP) _ Qrouhd which was' undennlried «a ytars ago by min«t» <U||toe out co«U at, HeU'« Hollow; gave wy under the weight of a 10-ton ste«m shovel. S^vtral hours ware Mcjulred to dig out the machine, sunk fatal in Uia old w«»v»tlons. Wf*r In StudenU' Wont Hate IX® ANGELES <UP>-3tmle>t3 at the las Angeles campus of the university of California voted war ns being their worst "hate". Alter ;that came Injustice, poverty, re?k- Icss drivers, slow drivers, turnips and beets. ; The Business Side of the Ledger & -and the Human Side — The Business Side-for 1937 The M«»ropoKtaii Life Insurance Company pr^nu its report for the year ending December 31, 19^7. (In accard.nce with the Annul Statement filed with the New York State Insurance Dep.rtm.irt.), ASSETS Go»*nim*it» 5«<urWiii U. S. Oovotnment, 1782,172,007,89' Canndion Government, Otlnrboidi: V. S. Stain and Municipal, $130,036,072.20 Conndlan Provincial and Municipal $108,728,136,17 Rnilrond $604,605,039.09 Public Utilitios 4479,28l,9l3.')fl Industrial nml MUccllnnoous $332,167,006,43 Stocki: All but $38,047,76 are Pwfrrred or Guaranteed Mortgage Loam on R«ol Eitati: Firsl Lieni on Farms $73,652,107.09 First Liens on other property $920,«4,605.49 LM» *n $845,«5,«I9.71 1,655,308,147.35 LIABILITIES SMtHry Ntky RtMtvM: $4,H1,778,M3.00 Amount which, with Interest •n<! future pnmlwni, will ai- IUTO payment of policy claim* 101,023,188.00' sntd* for ptymmt lot th* yMr 1938 fcr H*MI*rCI«|sii: Tnc!u4in( cUlnu iwmitirtg com- p|*ti°nof proof taantimttei •mount of unriported claimi 81,482,758.76 094,096,712.57 "Uvtdmcb l.ft with Compuir, pr«raiua>» paid In >dvann p itc. tfll I.HI. Owi»d: Includoj rcalestato held for Company use 383,912,325.74 102,584,80'l,52 IiKludinf remrv»j for Accident •nd Health Imuiann, accrued ta«« payable in 1938, .re. *^*n m* OMMTVI Tttntwy lawnrt: Thii wrv« u a nwrfln olitftly -« ctuhion apiaM centiann- ci« whklj cannit U f—--- 7-V737.M7.M 30,479,248.83 36,055,985.89 44,141,003.74 311,504,659.62 tr*ml*m» o deferred liig and Inltraif Ail and atcruad, afc.. T °TAL H719,720,8Z7.01 83,727,136.16 S9,295,M2.84 TOTAL . . . ,".•,-, . »4,7lJ,720,827.oi Total Ut* fniurBnce lit Forc«: Ordinary Industrial Group . •••-... $11,100,600,229 7,511,537,957 3,671,865,512 Tola < $'22;584,093,698 Accident and Health •\-»u!. X>. :• i Weekly benefit j 19,699,024 Principal sum benefits , , . . 1,510,264,310 r«fl|r»r«»»» f* hnHthrltt a»J Why* Ordinary IndintTial Group Lire, Health, anrl Annuiti«» . . . . . . Perion.) Aciident and Health 234,266,144.68 60,451,881.28 2,531,994.01 ' 7b '* 1 $525,876,271.49 The Metropolitan is a mutual organization. Jls assets ar e }, e!d f orthc ^^^ of ifs pofc and any dwsibte surplus!* returned to its poticyhotders in the form of dividend The Human Side— for 1937 I F v/E WERE to let tlic figures above describe the Metropolitan's activities last year, the story would be far from complete-for there is a HUMAN side of the ledger, too. Policyholders ami beneficiaries received from Metropolitan in 1937 almost $526,000,000-much of it in an hour of genuine need. Death claims were paid on 6,107 policiesinforceless than three months, and on 18,562 policies in force less than one year—dramatic proof of the value of life insurance. One could scarcely name a catastrophe which took human lives, in the United States or Canada, where funds provided by Metropolitan policies had not helped lighten the burden for afflicted families. Each day, visiting nurses representing the Metropolitan ministered to persons insured undet Industrial, Intermediate, and Group policies who were in need of skilled care. These nurses Metropolitan Life Insurance Company (4. MUTUAL COMPANY) made 3,766,210 calls during the year. Every half second during 1937, a Metropolitan book- lot, containing useful health information, was placed in somebody's hands. Each working day throughout the year, new Metror politan investments went into communities in various parts of the United States and Canada. These investments helped to create a demand for goods, aid realty values, give employment, and serve other modern social and ecwwmic needs. ^ There is more wo would like to tell you about our 1937 Report. This is contained in a booklet entitled, 'The Human Side of the Ledger," which we shall be glad to send to you upon request FREDERICK H. ECKER, LEROY A. LINCOLN, METSOPOLITAK LIKE INSUSANCS COMPAJTV 1 Madison Avenue, New York, N. Y; Pleas* send me, without charge or obUSrtiori, a the b«ldet, "The Human Sid» of the Ledger." copy of StTMt Cirv S( .,.

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