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FRIDAY. SKI'TKMRKIt 19. 15)30 (ARK.) COURIKK NEWS PAGE THRR1- Where French War Games Worried Germany Mrs. D. P. Crouch Is New President of High School Organization. OBCEOLA, Ark. - Forty-four mi-iiilx'rs attended the first :nw-i- uis iif the High School Pareiu- Tt.Hher.s association for the school M:i. r here when newly elected otfi- u-j-s were installed as follows: iires- i'U-:u, Mrs. D. p. Crouch; firt lai-ijresUiusl. MIS.S Martha Wel!ij.an: sec-end vice-prt-.s:dcm, Mr K. S. Chiles; secretary, Mrs Jc 1 Rhodes; treasure:. Mrs. A. S. Hos- ers. Mrs. i! A. Behrcns V.T.S in iar^e of t'ru. 1 insinuation ceie- Mis. Croucli, the newly clcc:c<i p:-tsirte]'.t. made a short talk in uhlch she discussed the Uieu:e o. the- year's P. T. A. study over ih '. s'.a'.c. "The Wise Use 01 L?Uu.- ; Tune." and slated tlm try.' objcc- i live of Ihe Osceola orssan:z:N.u. : would be 10 become a .standard or- '. yinizalion before Ihc c!cse 01 UK ; ydicol year. i f At the business session It v.-a iji6:ed to have a social mcetii'.i; c lilt P. T. A. once each quarter, and a motion to reduce annual due from one dollar lo a half dolla: was carried with the added pro vision that one might be a member of cither the high school or th.' Rrade school association, or both for the same amount of dues. Mrs. C. M. Harwell was appointed delegate to the. stale P. T. A. congre.ss which meets in Jonesboro on October 15. 1G and n. Mrs. (Per Capita School Cost S. M. Hedges was appointed publicity chairman, Nfrs. Frank Ship- iwn nianLsl. Mrs. Harry Miller pul lication chairman, and in? follow ing standing committees were announced: membership. Mesdamei Rose GoIdtxT^. Claude Thomason and Jolin Doujlas; program, Me 1 I tn blft cl'y retailors. The Memphis concern handles principally ho;\s nml cattle from ill! 1 !rl-s!:i!e terriloiy of Alkansas 'reiiiu-.,-e,' mid Mlssivsiiipl, and is i \]Kintll!V iis hn<iii(":s wilh £i \\i>\\' I in pnn-iiiui 1 ! iiuine in.irki^s fur rlu- I in-ill iiic-ii'.n-l-. ul mkl-soutli f.irnis. t-'iance was playing at war—wiih 50.0^0 trooiis unde r arms lo repel a mythical invasicn—when tlvfse •m-.nn.'s inanciuers on the edge of the Saar nasln. Public opinion in neighboring Germany was aroused liy Ihb fehiing force. Speedy motor tractors nipper right) swept over fields Hint were once scenes of World \Va r of Mviit-ridlng North African cavalrymen ilower rifhti were called out f lake par. in the military Dailies. to the not unfamiliar sight of troops of soldier motorcych-ts nipper ce;i!en racing over the roads about Lo!.:i]ih'. "DLspati-hcs from the fiont" were typed out ilower lefti at the scene of acticn. as in war-iimc. Officers <-.[ ether nations weie invit. d to atli-iul tlie maiuuvi-r:. as observers, and Murihal Lyautey of l-'iancc is shoun i upper a\-l\\> c.reetini; an Italian n ]r.v- enia'.ive El O&ATOE JUICE taken d'.irin,; military j BabieS time display 01 I'reiuh | rflUSt haVC all i 1 .-. and even leyiir.enis j • I'ri-ni'h pvasanls were Irealed three IO Keep well and grow strong oamrs C. M. Harwell, J. T. 01- Hcre Is Relatively Low Hcaalia. Mo ap? Ciirard-.nti F,,ie Blufi iContined from page one) remember in^L low costs in rural • schools bring the average of a i s;ate down. The following table giver, a com "1.08 04 .SO •I (i .(if> 50.8:1 42.B2 sen and R. H. Jones; hospitality. | Mesdames George Doyle. Ralph Me- Klvain and Ned Ayers: finnnce. Mesdames J. D. Smith. Ely Driv- ei and A. S. Rogers. parison of ]:;r capita costs in 131y- lhevil!e for 1029-30 with costs in | selected cities for 1027-28: lilylheville S 4122 St Liuis i 112.55 Sprineficlu. Mo 57.09 HibuiiiB. Minn 216.77 81.32 Oi.12 3G.7II i Iiupil for Iilytlmille and ;cvera ^:.ite iui:ls. .lie l. 11 ,^!' boitii 1 base: ' =:i 1027-23 !i;urcs. I P.lyiheville 2C 5 cc-nts | i^ikunsas 2-1.0 ee:ns Alabama 23 0 cents Missouri 39.11 coins Wyoming 84J1 cents Tciinc:.we 2-1 n cenls Omlinenla; U.S. .. 51.0 cents Union City, Tenn . Ai \ 80 Cities. 2.500 to 10.000 . . . Ave. 75 cities. IH. 000 10 30.000 . . Ave. t;D cities. 30.000 lo 100.0,10 . Ave. :)5 cities. . ( ], e rn:i . ,j ct i,K. : uion on a unit iOO.GCI) and. more .... 1T3.CO i hasis for Ulyil:?v:l!c is by no means I: 1 , oitlcj- in get a nioie cotnprc- j e.\horbitan'. and ou'. of Hue when hcnsivc nyiue "f c-oinparison the Icomparisnns are ir.nde with otlu-i 1 loliowin^ ar? the clai!y costs ])?!• | s ,.-iff bv SL-CII ilini. on the whole, Memphis Packing Concern Establishes New Service Anminucmi'iu has been made by the Mi-mplils I'atltini; cm-p:!i-ii!i:in p.tcki-rs of Ever Cicod meat (<rj-.; produc:-.. of n new service to me-i 1 . minfc.-ts nr.il uroffi-s in lliylhwilk and -iiiunindiiM tetrituiv. Bis; tiiu-ks. lefrinei-itterl with ilrv ice and r.tnyiin'. complete sl^tl;^ c.-I fresh nu-.its. hams, sausages a n c o'.lier n:t-:n pioduc!?. \vi-l nuike :'!•::Him- vi-itus to lc.t-;\! stares, thus pro- vidiii!-, d'-aler.s with Ihe same store dojr ci(-hvriy thai is tviw availnble ASH GROCERY Home Institution •liiinlui.s. Nice Yc-liow Kruit LE1TUCK Nl " uw """ ,„,„ 6c CRANBERRIES s '" 'X ,: ....... , 25c •Arkansas-Missour Power (k CLICK IN S I a L e Luininarics Win Praise in New lalkiug . Film "Outward Bound." I By GENE COHN NEW YORK.—Prwlucer.s linve combed the Broadway stasje fov h:onie of its" best playei's andrcnnd- ed them up In (he new fllrn, "Out- v ard Bound," which was one of tlv- icigning stage hits of some fr.-e or | six seasons back. ; Here you'll find Leslie Howard, a rnort distinyuisl:ed player, whos n , acting in "Berkeley Square 1 " fotiin'. !ts w.iy to every critic's role OL honor. And you'll find Dudley ".iigges. rrnracier man par excellence of the Theater Guild ami one of the strongest props ol tnat organization—tire same Digges, who played so .splendidly the prison i" ficiai in "Condemned." You'll fir;' Helen Chandler. ev-Brondwayit?, | and Beryl Mercer, the Delasco find, i and some Hollywood playe:s as. i n-oii—Alec B, Francis anrt Mon- i Ml^llC LOVC. I A betiei c.isi would be hard to find. And Filbert Milton has direct- j cd a delicate story with nue dcli- c.-cy. If there is criticism to be inadt it must bo on the vintage ol Ihu J play itself. "Outward Bound." you may recall. Is the mystical play | r.lxmt a ship, seemingly headed fo • eternity. There aie no lights, no crew, no engine. Aboard are a strangely assorted list of pa;scn- ?,ers. Where are they going? Is ; heaven or hell their destination'.' i There are lovers and drunkird^ :.nd just hnmm:?. a charwoman, a society '.voman. a business man sin- 'dr.'-M »o avarice and a man of j the gospel. .-iii ii.jy are and think and have ! li-en and could be appear dining ' t!ic slr?.n?c voyage. The p!ay wss.; :i thoughtful and imaginative work. Hie one question which mav arise Is whatlicr or not the ideas projected may rot have become ti'^ie- v.-otii. However, it is not likely the play v.as widely distributed O'.iisk'e of New York. It's the sort of thing the ex- nibitor can easily set argumentative reactions toward, tut it is «o! flapper food, even though it Iw love Interest and human interest, i [Jut it is moving and fine—and. foi j the most part, .splendidly playril. ' We'd be inclined to list U with Ihe tetter things, whatever th? i vintage. "Last of the Duanes" is first of Ihe old-iafliioned. shoot-'em-dead thrillers. Fn',1 of two guns and quic;! triggered guys, anti a rarin'- to-go story by Znne Grey. This or.e snonld click."ccnrgc O'Brien is in? • rip-roaring cowboy and I here's a ; p'.nt (hat includes cvcvythhij from i !lw sent, with n price en l>li he^d i lo.the old calllc rustler ;o Ihe ?,i:l j hc!d against, her will. If you yearn tor tho?e ('ear oM ! insredieiits, with plenty of nois? • and action, this is a so:xi bot. 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