The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 25, 1938 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 25, 1938
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FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1938 (ARK.) C.'OURIRR NRWS Joe To Use Foe As Tu'ncup For'Bout With Schmeling Ho. Hum! lly, .IEHUV KKONDI'IKI.II NBA Service Sports 'Writer . .CHICAGO.—"Pour rounds," predict Hie Irnys on Cnullflouw Boulevard. "Ei(;lil nl the most," say the iiltru-coti.servalivcs. "I'm really lilUiiiK now . . . I'll nut him on (he nob: 1 ," vows liarry Thomas. "Alril have ..two moali po'k- ehoi:r," says Joe Louts. .Mr. louts' heavyweight crowd will be nt stake when lie nccs 10 tlic j;osl with Mimiesotti's- Harry Thomas in Chicago April 1, and although a may be April Fools' day according to the calendar, no! a .single person within miles ot I he Loop expects Thomas to. perpetrate the biggest hoax ol nil, by belling Kir. Loiii.s oil the throne. _ Without being unduly haraii, and'too much toxins skill to keep lihn- with all due respect, for Thomas' sell well balanced, and he doesn't* ability us n fighting man. he al- have (lie necessary dynamite !n ready has pulled oil a bi» enough, his fists to give Louis any serious 1 joke ty getting himself picked to Irciiblc. I enter the same ring .vith the It's very clear to those u-lio' champion. Ikno'.v his capabilities Mint Hie cnly' I hat, smirk some of llio wise v.ny llin title can change hands- ones. K (he biggest joke since they is if he catches Joe in DU cir- atimillcd the Hiooklyn Dodgers to moment with a haymakvr tliat the National League. starts ::onic\vlicrc near his shoe Thomas' Lone Cliancc tops. i Bead-pan Joe took his last real a couple of workout against Natic Maun. Tag—h «' l!Cn »e disposed of the OOIIDTOU- Max put heavyweight in three rounds. Hayli Society — Personal Marry Thomas II \vas part of Mike Jacobs' plans to have Louis fight liincup bouts before Der return engagement with £chmclliig, Juno 22, "somoivlierc In tlio United States." Ami Harry Thomas, ;\ .strong, ^uggccl boy from the norUnvoods, is (lie second and probably last of these conditioning . foes. Title, every lime n heavyweight champion fights 10 rounds or more, his title, technically, is on Ihe Week. Thus, on April 2. Hurry Thomas has -a chance lo bs hailed heavyweight clminuion of all tile world, includiiv; Bfllll Biilli, nnd Red Bank, N. J. . That, however, Isn't likely to hr.ppcn. .The Eagle Bend, blond lias been .Ir.iininf; vigorously, and should ciilcr Ihe ring in the finest physi- 'cal .shape of his career. After all, If .ini't evez'v week-end you get a .chance, lo slug .jt,,out for ..some,tiling as choice as the heavyweight; title,- and he intends lo make the h jnosl of what probably will be his ''first and only opportunity. Up Twice, Flown Twice i Twice, .since lie was plucked from obspurily by Mike Jacobs, .Thomas has been in the .ring agRiiis 1 , ji inajor opponent. The jifft lime was when he. lost a ic-roiind decision to Kchmeling, ^nnd again just a few weeks back jvhen he (iropjMfd another hot 10- I!c looked plenty ulin'i-p dial nlglit In Madison Square Garden, hist, lie \vanl.s to sharpen up just a iitlle more before he climbs into '.lie rins with ScliR-ieling-. So he'tl train hts Eights 0:1 Harry Thomas, set the cxa':i range and BO to uork. H .should Lv interesting -, v lulc it lasts, but Lomtwhere between the third and sixth rounds Mr. Thenias will hit the deck ar.d lie won't get second-;. up in the allotted 10 Average lowan Foitnirj To Keep Job 15 Months CF.3 M'OINF'3. la. (UP) — With •an' Iowa Industrial labor turnover cf 20;per cent every three mKillis, •tlie- 'Iowa unemployment. compcn- sUicn commission estimates tin', (be average Iowa working mail sticks to his job for K months. Pcler J. Kies, commission chairman. said his records show that 20,015 .Towans either S'.vit~h jobs or boccmc unemployed every month. 'Ihe commission maintains records oil 307,001) Iowa workers. Bounder /.d<i'"'lick. to. young J i in m y Hairy is the willing type—game. Trimble Triple DIMillnl JACKSBOHO, Tex.. (UP)—J. W. Spears, druggist, is getting a rcpu- us the "unluckiesf nian in town." Within six weeks. Spears courageous, and nhvays iirepared was hospilaled with injuries in an to hiake a fight of It, but that's I automobile wreck nnd was held up rfi far as it goes. He doesn't liavc.l twice. MiivB ll»)-iil SiTvkp ['riorum Tlin W. M. U, Dirt at (lip Bapiist church Wcdne-jay afternoon wilh •10 members in alleiKl.uicn for their Royal Ecrvicc program. There were also t'.Vd risilcvs. Mrs. Linn I'on- derjrass and Mrs. O. p. liiilloclc. Mrs. Ma;k Morgan had Chinee of I Ihe program, Ihcme "Sheavps With Rejoicing In Europe." Tlic opening soiii- was 'Come Women Wide Proclaim." l(ev. Win. Ilntfiiiim gave Uic Bible study, "Christlmi .Synijja- Ihy." Mrs. n. L..Gilbert ha;l as her Icplc "iriucpe sr,. Years Ago and Europe Today." Mrs. Huffman dismissed Ihe mcettiij; with prayer mitt all san;. "Give of Your Rest U> the Muster." Mrs. (Joiilen lloslcv, to Mi^tionary Soi'icly Mrs. j. w. G:!den was liustess lo Ihe Wojnan's jMi;a)/>imry jiciicly <Jl the Methodist clnirch at her home Wcdiiei'tlay nflcrnooti .vilii Ihirlnen iirefcnl. incHldin^ one nev; meintcr, Mrs. Glen Uaiiltou. . Mrs. J. M. Miles lr<l tlio devo- lianai. ara'slctt by the fdlowinj: Mrs. Floyd Malhis, Mrs. J. \v C.cldcn, Mrs. II. B. Mislersofl. Mrs. J. T. Buckley nr.;l Mrs. W.J. Mal- iorey. The Rev. J. T. Evttls i;,ive a very iiitercstinj rjparl on tliree chapters of the b:3k'"A!ders»atc," Tlic business nieetiii 1 ' followed with Mrs. Miles presiding at which lime she was elected to he sent us n dclejatc to the St. Louis conference which will b? held April r>-8. flans were also complete;! for the zcr.e mbeliiiz of the Missionary Societies which will be held here April :«. The mcctins! was closed wilii the Lord'3 prayer. Givrs DiiiuiT I'arly Mr. ami Mrs. \Vo!f Khouric entertained wilh a dinner party at Iheir hcmc List Friday evening compliincnttn; Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Ilainra cf Hcnrlctla, Okla. The Eticst list Included Mr. an:l Mrs. K. A. Hainra and daiijhler. Kay, Mrs. A. H. Hainn and Philip I~e\- snl r,I Canlwell: Mr. nnd Mrs. Philip Ilainra and :lau<.|itcr, Helen, nml :;o», Pl)ili)>, jr.. of Canithorsvlllc, »i'.:l Allieil lianira cf this city. * * * Mrr,. Tliciiip^on Iliilcrlahis Mrs. Lainar 'lliouip.son was liosl- csp lo her T/ioncUiy bridge club at her home Monday afternoon. The two tables ot players enjoyed several gnmcs of biliigo wllli Mrs. Paul Lyons receiving .Die club prize, * ' * Mi's. Amelia LoSeluv and Mi's. Ernest Llles drove lo Lllbourn Sunday and visited the former's dutigli- ter. Miss Eileen U v Soulr. who is q;:-ni(lnj a bcnuly shop in that city. Mi:s 'luble Alsup and Frank I wie ; drove to j'nrtnn Satunlny cvcnliis nnd visited with the fo'v- mcr's flslri 1 , Mrs. Khner Wiltanks Jr.. and Mr. Wilb.\nks. iMfrol Oardiu'r of Parma « r us here Man:lny nUendlns to business nii'l visiting friends. Mrs. A. G. Sunders ahrt' Mrs. .lames Newberry drove to Ldlbomn Einid.iy nnd visited the former's daushter. Miss Jasymn Sanders, an Instructor In the Lllbourn school. Mis. 'Ann Ijicwn of Uccvlng \vns ticrc Monday cs-ciilng 'visit jug Mrs. Mecca Dixvlu. Sunday Mrs, Davis hail us her guest. 1 ; Mr. R nil Mrs, Ltnnlcy Davis of St. Louis. Herbert nalloy of Kcnnctl w'ns licro Wednesday visiting Miss Jewel Ilnynle. I "cnurd Teuster. who Is altcud- lii'j colle.rje at Cape Ciirardcau. spent Ihe week end here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tcnsler! His wife an:! young son, of Decrlng, si:ent Ihe week end hero "with the Toaster family. i Mis. .1. M. Ai'BO Is visiting Mrs. O:'oi'3c Alrrrlll sr., nt C/iil'leton. Miss Anna Hnynlc left fcr Jaek- 4'cn, Mo., frldny where she will work. Dan Eiiblac «f St. IiOnis was here Tuesday attendlns; to business. Henry llami'a has gone to Jjrls- tow, Okla.. for a visit with his paienls, Mr. and Mrs^ If. ,]iainrn. Mrs. ll. w. Finley of Chntte Is here visiting lier daughter, Mis. Steve Hill. John Strielf of Bt. Lculs was here last week visilin.^ hl.'i mot.'icr, Mrs. P.eter olriefl. .Frank lx)«'rey drovo 1« •Hiitjn- vlllc, Tenn., Saturday and wa:i nc- Cflmpanied .home by hlu brotlicr;' liielisiiy.l Lowtcy, suiulny. Misses inblo Alsiip, Mtirytiicl .Btrlcktln. Trunk and Hlehattl l/jwrcy nnd Ncnnaii CcHrell drove lo Mmnphls nnd spent (ho dny wilh tho Messrs. I-owrey's brutlu-v, Fred l.owrey, Mary Mnjili-nnc. dinigliler of Ml', and Mrs. John Thompson, Is unable lo alien;! school on account tlie ineiislcs. I 1 D. uavt; nnd HI^ Alieni of Cliiirh'sion were here Krltlny ;1 l- trnilln;. (o business. Hcv. unil Mrs. Wlllliun nutfnuin ilrovo lo lllj-llKtvllle I-'rWiiy tuwl vlslli\l friends. Tluil cvenliig Ilicy allt'iHlo;! n Hupllsl nieetlnj where mi rM Monti of lliclrs, "Unelc" Pisiil KlovXton led Uic slujliiij, Mr. nnd Mrs. li. i. Allen, Mrs. Ufi-l Hull mid Mrs. M. 1'ryc drove to I llbniiiii Suiulny nnd vlsilc.'l '.villi Mi's. Allen's slsler. Mrs. Ji\y O'Con- "ei'. an;) Mr. O'Cloiiiier. Mi:, u. (-,. Ilaviiujn of cape Gl- janiwni was here Monday visiting Mfs. 11. O. Homer. SA1.K Notice Is hereby Riven thai the undeisigned eoinuda.sloner, In eom- pllnnee with the terms uf u il«- civc rendered by the Chanecry court for the HlythovUle, Clilckn- rawlw District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, on tlio 4lh day ol LVn'iubcr, 1!)37, wheieln Evelyn 13. Wood wns. Plaintiff, and 0. H. Co- I'e.v and > Melkla Corey wrre I>- teud;mu, will sell ut public 11110- uon iti the hliiliest niul best Wd- dn. tor rush, on n credit cif three months 13 jnoiilli.'i), nt Hie from, door of (he Court House, be- lH'i'rn the hour.", piwcrllicd by I«X In the City of Blythevllld Ai-k.-insiu:, oil (he Ifllli duy g| AID il. itisil, Uii: followlni; real cs- l:itc. to-wlt: „ • Let llihtecn (!;<)• In Illock • five (5) of uavls Addtlion lo IMvlhcville,, Arknniiar,. Lots one . Hi ami two ra> of E'loek nine . il" or Illylilaiid Place, Second . Addition to niythevlllc.. • fald rule \vi!l be had ,lo .satisfy snld decree In the sum ot S4:!5.Dn, willi 0',;. lulcrenl from April 2a, lfi:n. l.^sn the credit of $15.00 paid GREATEST Rxtrn value in tins f or'ni of i:\lrn safely is built into I'lUK.STOtVE STAINPAKD TIRKS. EXI,-,, vaTm, lliat ordinarily costs you more—lint Firestone can Iniild this fi/st-qiuilily lire of lop gi-aiU riialcriiils arid sc)l it for icss nioiyjy, liccnitBC Firestone controls cotton ami rubber eiijipliciB nl ilicir Bonrces, jii.-inuf.-ictiires with gi-calcr cjliciciicy and 'distributes at lower cost. Look nl these cxir'i Ttilue, safely fcnlurop.. - PROTECTION flGAINST BLOWOUTS— liccauso lij- tlic Fii'estoiic ftiiWitcil Gum-I)i]i{)ing jirocoBS diiugermVs iulernal frir.lion nnd lical tjial orriinafily caitsu IilowoutB nrc counteracted. rciulifu(,*>(icjm1fftt«I . fur >our <xork. .n 'lii< To to One-Ton cjpiciitcs 1'itk up l>o : fki thr<c iitcn insiiic tengih^, !>'>, 13, ml • (nrSc*. All tj-p«s of bvliet *.'c jvnljbi'e fo all Hn-Kof jobi. 1 NTEfe.VATl'ONAL presents to users of (rucks the latest and finest 'products of its automoiivj plants — (rucks at the peak of today's efficiency, wilh style- anil liesu'tytlut will please ever)'owner and driver. Trucks tlut offer ancwsifmilardoTperformanrc per dollar in upkeep .ind operation. All the new Internationals are as NEW in engine and chassis, iii structural refinement, in every iniporlant detail,as theyarc NEWinstreanilincJ (•n. All arc ALL-TRUCK, ami all arc as modern as today's fine cars. New standards of utilfty and pcr- iTo p nTaiicc arc offered you in every* nio:lcl of tnls new International line, in sues ranging from the Half-Ton Pick-Up Truck to the powerful Six- Whcclcrs. Come in and examine ihcsc trucks in our showroom. Or phone us for catalogs describing the new Internationals designed and built for the job you have to do. DELTA IMPLEMENTS, Inc. Distributors for the McCormick-Deering Full Line of Farming Equipment 312 South Second Blythcvillc, Ark. Tkc ALL-STEEL Inlernjiio.u! (,o Rivel petfect prouciion agijajt notmi'^f'lKer.iUmmctiind iv-jntcr It is roomy, thoroughly inlutiied' ir.d l.lrcd wiih ujt-to-ilic. m i n>: . c .p,c t ilopijs, V.iypt ventlliiinj »i nd : slucldgivc rullvnuoforurc Jiivio- PROTECTION hcriiirsc initlcr Ihe tread tire iwo cxlrn layers-af Gnm-Dippeti c'nrtlg. PROTECTION AGMHST SKIDD!N6— Itrr.iiisc ilic Irpnd h eciciiliticnUy designed. • • • 10.55 \m . . 17.40 Uifcn lotha Voice of K'rtJione icniurinjntiwj'Cron'ki ami Margaret Sjimfcj, Mmtor. ettnlnb oter a flatlauieido H,B,d, Red ftWcorfc on Jiulginent January 3f 1038., • 'I1ic jmrchasei- nt said, tale. * III tc required to cxeciito bond with itI>t>rov<Ml sccnl'lly, to .secure Uic payment of the purclmw. money, ond n lien will bo retained. upon snld proiwty as addltloiwl security for the payment of aicli purchase money. Witness my hand and tho seal of snld Court, oil this, tho lilli day of March, l!)38. ai) HAHVKY MOBBIS Commissioner In chancery. Ni'Dl need, Ally, for I>IU. i8-a5 Utile TORONTO (UP) -Mary Imrt it Hide lumb whose llcccc wns while nn snow, hut It did not get lo first base nt Uic Toronlo WlnUr Piilr. Miny Wiu'iilcn ol ilnrrlo cxltlbllcil her Cots\vold liimb but HID coni)]o- lltlon wns too keen. Left irt Eraporttei $130 TrotUeri Pocket bOSTOM (UP) - When Clayton Hartlp'ra. Mitt Ills trouwre lo Die oVs liiey received a Ihftrou'gh L \ . • . . {• ' ' ' Ho.toUI'pollc.Q llial he Ipjl >I30 in the watch pocket, tturiyliig, to the ciphers lio foui)d the trotiwrs _<>)««nkrf I,, ti l( j procc^ 0 ( t)j' e ijjQ Demi Courier News wnnt Ada, Tom Little Chevrolet Co. HERE IS WE CAR YOU WANT- 1!IM (,''olil Cuu|ii\ re ill (•loan, tires nliw^l &O£Q ni-iv. motor A-l, mlly $6Q«f lC3fi I'nrd V-R Fiiryor jjetjiii, liuUI-ln lunik. A he.iuiy. . Kims IjHli. I>nil([c Fdidoj- SciUn. Hullt-ln .'1-ruiiK, C")/«C A rr:i> hiiy ........ tJ»j1D 1!>I|7 l'LYMOD'1'H Tuurlnff .ScilaH. IHue tolar, |iiil>(-ln <iuuk ' itACC Sprelut ............ $40>> . KHH.V C 1'nymcni IMione fc« Ittiv I'cabcrry. COFFEE Ahvitys Fresii a Piickufio Today II.. N. ,Sweafcn«»')i I'hoiic 190 or OTJ niylhovlllp, Ark. .jThe S«nferhi\ui«i Rosarium in' — Ir^'t^** 1 ''^'* 18 ' <? e *P*rt- mentinfc, h*3 pertattrt • btawt black rose. • % liavc on hand for tale or) trade, for oilier prod'dcti, Beattf — Larcilo, Delsta, AtamnioUj Brpwn, , vyilson -,. and , ..yirglnii; Brown, teas— VfHps SiVd New Era . , Ixwpedeza — Korean . Cot-' ton. 8<«u-D. p, ; U u-A and Btbnevllle 4rA, Will Ml) for cash or trade with you foV other! kinds of beahj or cotton seed. L. R. Matthews Gin Co. Ttl., ll-lp-3. Varbro, Arkansas Cotton, Colloii Seed etc Coal •- Special Introductory Otter to Acquaint You Witn Our Hew Polly Gas 74 Octane With the purchase of 7 or more gallons of this hew Gasoline A 2 GAHon Can oi Hi-Grade SAVEONGASCO. Hnlinnd, Mo. Highway 61 Fifth & Walnut • I'h'oWe 810 Does money burn a hole in your pocket? "ri'(i\Vestly t I don't know where the inoney goes.. It's sb'etil, Wt what I spent it for Is moj'e than I can say!" Are these ydur stentiments too? Take two quick Hints from those who have learned to spend wisely aiVd well: (1) Budget. (2) Ueaic) the advertisements. 1 , Keep a stHct,'accurate account of every 'dollar. Ytfd spend So iMch for food, for rent, fob clothes, for aHili's'e'rhent. Write down. And stick to the budget! Th'fc second iideti is a favorite plan of thrifty buyers, fta'ch 'day, go over all the advertisement in this news- paper'carefully, frinchnit in advance what things will best s'ervc youi ; heeds, where you can buy them, what yoli must pay. the advertisements give you that news regularly! Life is too short to worry any liiore than you can lielii about ftnanbial problems. Get the biVdget-adver- ilsihg habit now!

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