The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 30, 1936 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 30, 1936
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TUESDAY, JUNK 30, 1930 Bits of News Mostly Personal I morning. Mr, and Mrs. Charles i Collier, of Shaw, Miss., and Miss , Olive Jones, of Drew, Miss. Mr. Collier is Mrs. Uuike's brother. ' Mr. and Mis. Renkei't Wcten- kamp have taken a collage at Camp Rio Vista. Hardy, for a month, They have as their guests i this week, Mr. and Mrs. Whit Urodman, of Memphis. Miss Grace l.owery will return Wednesday from Memphis and licsediile. Miss., where she spent her vacation. She will be accompanied home by Mrs. James S. Loweiy and daughter, Mary Aim. Rosctlale, who will be her guests. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Evrard and Mrs. L. D. Clw;iblln went to Jonesljoro yesterday, accompahy- BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Slcele-Cooter Society — Personal 13. J. Edwards, of Uixora. is a. patient at the Memphis hospital. | D. C. James, of Carutliersvillc, \ has been admitted to Ihe Memphis' Baptist hospital. I W. E. Armstrong, of Little Keck, I was here for the weekend. Mrs. : Armstrong, who has been at a : Memphis hospital where she 1111-! , dei went an operation, has been' lemoved to her parents' home at! Manila. Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong i tcnnerly lived here. ; Mrs. W. W, Prewllt and son '• , -• - Watht-n, of Osceola, have been " 8 , 1 ' tvl ' ilri1 " ml Jllck Cliamo adiniucd to the Memphis Baptist , m , wlll) sc ' vel>111 other boy hcsjjital. , ' if i ri ' on ' |1C1C ' ™>t to «imp at Mam J. J. Oarrett, of Cooler, Mo.', is m °" S| ' r " 1 f ""' Uvo wwks ' „: a patient at the Memphis Method-1 f '"' h T s elle Cooke Vollmcr will ai 1st hospital return this afternoon from Fay- etlcvlllc where she has been vlsi'l- Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich Virginia Fictnrtiing Bride ! of Malcolm Lauclcrclale PAGE THAEH I.UXOKA. Ark.-MKs Virginia Flenimliig, daughter of the KIT and Mrs. L. P. ricmmliiy, and Mnl- ISicwn-llu.vs , ,1 colm Uimlevdale, son of Mr. and Miss Uesslo Uiiys, of the Den-1 Mrs. j. i,<uidei\lale, of Jackson ion community, and Cecil Brown Tonn., were unllnl in marriiu;? of Stecle were married ut Osceota here Sunday afternoon. The ceiv- last Sunday. Venion Bishop of inony was perrortncil al Die First Slede \'.-ns their only attendant, j Ikipilst. ehurch by the bride's fii- Tlie bride, attnutive daughter llicr, The bride was attired In a of Mr. anil Mi's. J. L. Uiiys, re-. traveling eostume of navy triple celved her education al Cooler sheer, with harmonizing accesso-l high school. The groom, EOII of rU's and a corsage of valley llllli's' Mr. and Mre. J. II. Drown, grad-'and gardenias. I uatsil from Stecle high school The altur was banked wllh witn honors in 1932 and since thai southern sinlhi.x and baskets of lime has been employed in the Shasta daisies, and lighted with Southern rilling Station. : catliedrnl tapers. Mrs. n. o. Wll- Afler u • honeymoon at Hot kins rendered a program of imp- Springs,'Ark., they will return to ""' ' J. W. I'arkcr attended to Imsi- lie.'s In Memphis yesterday. Misses Peggy McKeel, Uetty Piiillips, Sura Lou Mccutchcn and Mary Jean Afflick left today -for Lake Lure, N. C., where they will be at camp for eight weeks. Miss McKeel is a counselor. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kirby went (o Tupelo, Miss..' Sunday to take jvlr\ Klrby'a nmther. Mrs. niley n Jniip.s hns unne t" Wilson for several days stay with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Walter Card. , Mi. and Mrs. W. A. Afflick ipent yesterday In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Short and daughter and Frank Webb are visiting in Little Rock and Heber Killings. Mrs. Elizabeth Howeil, of Para' fiould, was the guest of Mrs. Josie J. Wunderlich and children, her daughter, Aim Voll- mcr, and Miss Hose Lou Cooke, who are spending six weeks there. Mrs. Margaret Planulgan. of I'aragould, Is ihe (juest of her sister, Mrs. Marcus Evrard, and Mr Evrard. Byron Rhodes Morse has been visiting friends in Fayettcville for a few days. Mrs. Pan! Wayman, of Dates. vi)le. Ark., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Holt. They went over for her Sunday. Mrs. J. u. clime, Mrs. Lloyd daughter, Miss Jessie, Srite and yesterday. Air. and Mrs. T. J. liurkc had us their guc.s!s yesterday and this , . Wise and Mrs. B. F. Kiger were in Memphis yesterday. Mr. ami Mrs. Wilbur Scruggs, of Asioria, N. V'.. Mr. and Mrs John -jl Martin, of Fort Smith, and j. R. Scruggs, of Hot Springs, have been visiting relatives here for ' a few Before You Buy Any Outboard - .Sec the NEPTUNE •t n. r. (SMC Siiiflc Cyl. <S>*<J (Other Sizes, to 1C H. p.) MUimARI) T1HE & iiATJ'EIJY CO. days. Mis.5 Dixie Armburst, of Little Rock. Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Humphrey for several wesks. Mrs. Lucile Moore, of Memphis, who recently underwent an operation at fhe nlythevllle hospital, is resting very well, she was visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Humphrey when she became 111. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Ulythc an:] son, Billy, of Mem pills, were the guests of Mr. Blythe's mother. Mrs. Jo'iin Blythe. for the weekend. to make Iheir home. 'HA Bulletin. Shows Al- I vac live Six-Room House in l..o\v Cosl Field • Adams-Walker ' , Miss tuen Walker and C. C. Adams were married in the home of the bride's parents in Kock- ocrt, Ind., en June M by the liev. Mr. Jam'lt, pastor of Hie Methodist church of that city. me bride is the daughter or Mr. iiid Mrs. U.A.Walker of Uockporl. for three years she has been leaching music at Kcnnctt. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C o. Adams of Caruihersville. He recently came to Steele to take charge of the Adams Produce Co. Mrs. J. W. McCullotigh was hostess to Ihc Tuesday Luncheon' club and one table of HUCSIS al her country home near New Survey last week. In the bridge games Mrs. Elmer Hazel, of Garuthcrs- I'ille, won hosiery for high score prize. Mrs. O. W. Lincoln, also of Carutliersville, was presented deck of cards for low sc Hal music. 'I'lie couple left Immediately foil .„ ,, „ . "~ Sprliwhvls. Texas, whfrc Ihi! groom 1 ,,. 1 ".. 11 "; 1 """'™ 1 1|OUS| "B '\< Is attending school, .isliallons 'lechnital rinltetli The bride is a graduate of Union university and a member o! Chi Omega sorovlty. The groom is iilso a gradual!! of Union, whtiv lie starred in athlclies^ Out of town guests iifTiio wej- dins were: Mr. and Mrs. j 1.11:- . . , iloi.lale and Miss Alice Lauderdale. of Jackson, Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs i Johnny Kemple, O f Cairo, ill.; i Misses Nell Adams, Jewel Davis. Lena Largcnt and Mr. Charles Bowers, of Portagevllle, Mo • Ur I niul Mrs. L. C. McVay, Miss Mary Adams McVny, Elinor Holt, Cecil I Ocodumn. Mr. and Mrs. R. a. Wv- lie, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wylb of Marion, Ark.; Mr. and Mrs Frank Wood, clarendon. Ark.; Mrs. H. B. Brannan, Tupelo, Miss., and Mr. and Mrs. J. o. S|X>tts, Wcsl Memphis. Admin- No. 1 on Principles of Planning Small Homes, House K ilhislratus a solution for a lamlly ri>u.ulrlng a houso wllh three bedrooms. It is almost a cube for economy's sake, but the simple, dlgnlflcd trealmenl of the exterior in the semlformal towns and villages enhances this Mrs. Welch, of presented hosiery prize among (lie guests. Blylheville, was for high score a ». . and | Number Eight Wins Two Games From Cottonwood COOTEB. Mo.—The Number Ncwber!7 Johnson enter- Eight baseball team kept Its rcc- d the Book and Study club I °''<1 for the season In the p'emi- ! Read Courier News Classified Ada INCREASE IN PRICE! Mrs. at her home last week. Two new sc °~' county baseball league iintnir- members. Mrs. J. w. Reno ami >'«! by winning • a doublehcader Mrs. C. C. Adams jr., were prcs- ' r0111 Cottonwood at Number Elghl ent. An interesting program was Sunday. The scores were' 19 to \) given by Mrs. Carl Shecley, Mrs. ,<"••:! 14 to 9. M. Anthony and Mrs. Newbcrry 1 T 'ie first game was a regular!) Johnson. The next meeting will be scheduled league contest while Hip home of Mrs. - Unssell second was to play off a tie in the many New England and New York towns and villages enhance.-; htls I'lible design. The low-pHehed roof. with ihe gable eiuis treated as l>f(lhnent.s, with simple, slock half- circle windows. Is economical and iBRlrnl; it provides air space over the second lloor that can be ventilated and wastes lltlle cubage. The plan provides all the space and equipment necessary for com- lortable living In as small an area n.i possible, with the economies of construction constantly In mind. Simple framing, spans Hint lake slock lengths of lumber, concentrated plumbing, simple stairs, a careful avoidance of unnecessary corners, both Inside and out, anil regularly spaced openings all building operation "Central henting," by means of .leaps of ins matter which give off heal, by termites, cr white ants, warming their nests. opening game of the season. SIKH Reid was on Ihe mound for Number Eight In the first game leaves and other decay-1 nn<i H. Dargcr In the second. Num'•••"'• -" ' 'ber Elgiit has won seven straight Eight will go "Why I Switched to Dodge" by GEORGE DcWITT SHEETS, k ' CrantorJ. N. J. ^ games. | Saturday Number _. a &u to James' Store to play their fhst game of the season. The two teams have the best standings in the county loop. An all day celebration and free barbecue lunch will be held on the day of t'nc game. make the siinnle one. The use of platform construction instead of the customary foundation waits and cellar, suggested in Hie descriptive specification 1 ; for houses in the bullelln Is Interesting and a distinct dc- unrture . from usual methods. Its use Is Hindi: passible by modern heating .systems that operate sat- Isfai-lorilv wllh the heating unit on the first Moor .which eliminates the need of cellar or even an ah 1 space under Ihe first lloor. This house can be built on such a nht- form or on walls wllh or without Housing Question Box Q. Are lending Institutions which have been approved by thn Fi'd- emt Housing Administration 1111- Ihorii'.ecl to make tains for 'minor Improvements to farm properly? A. The regulations cover a wide rniito of work anil give the, faun wncr whose properly Is Improved iry a complete dwelling house the opportunity to make needed re- imlrs or Improvements nl once. New fonndiitions may be. ptil In ov old ones repaired; walks anil steps repaired, feeding floors built In, driveways luid. barn and poultry houses, built or repaired, milk houses ami cooling tanks eonslnictc'd, and retaining walls built. Insured loans are not commonly made for less than $100, tint a number of these minor repairs may be groiipvd Into one loan to make or exceed this sum. no I'ontruclor In the neighbor. | IllKXl? 1 A. Yes. If Hie lending agency Is Sttllsne<l. there Is no objection under (hi! Tixteral Houslnij Admln- Islrallon regulations. Q. The fences ,of my farm are In disrepair. They were originally of wood, but I have added wire hero and there. Can I obtain a loan under the Federal Housing Adniinisliatlon'.s Modern I •/. n 11 o n Credit Plan and put In permanent wire fencing throughout? A. Yes. Fencing Is eligible for a modernization credit loan. Q. I Intend to miike several repairs to my fiirin property, provided 1 am able to negotiate the necessary lonn. 1 want to knuw II' It would be- pcrml.vilbli; for me to superintend the work, m there is •Phoenix High School Memohis Architects Will Build Model Home The demand for homes ranging In value from $1,500 to $2.000 Is Increasing hi Tennessee al a rapid rate, according | 0 13. w. Horncr, State Dlrectpr. For this reason, particular pains are being taken throughout the slate to cdiicatn contractors In the Administration's requirements for home construction. Arthur E. Nlmilz, Architectural Inspector In Chattanooga for example. Is aiding local contractors and lumber dealers In establishing connections wllh architects who will draw plans and specifications tor these small houses ut a 'proportionately low cost'. He Is'.also Instructing the. dealers BO that fney will become thoroughly familiar with administration standards. ' The Mcmp'nls Division of the Tennessee Chapter of the American Institute of Architects Is planning St A i n •! i II I lo <|CS| B!' nil<i construct a model JlUUents Build Mouse home. -Hie association will under. I traded in my small car to gel a big Dodge "Beauty Winner.'^ It was one of the best moves I ever made. PHOENIX. Ariz. — With fitting ceiemi-ny. the house built by slu- dcnls In the Industrial arts "classes of the Phoenix Union High School was opened recently to the- public. It is to be listed with several real estate linns of the city . frnd proceeds of the sale will cle- | fray the cost of materials, with ony surplus going into (he school's sliiin-cmilpmcnt fund, j Professor Hcnrlcii jlcidenveich, instructor In carpentry at the school, supervised the i'ork of the students, while the entire job was done under the general supervis- ' ion of the ministration Federal ' Housing in Arizona. I Two scientists In Texas have j been successful In killing bacteria by producing sound waves, of extremely high pitch, with a nickel tube made lo vibrate almost 8,800 times a second by ctcctro-ma»- nclic ceils. V T I O N A L WINDSOR Why? Because, in the long run, I figure this big Dodge is actually I S°' n g to cost me less than the small car I had. n'STILLERS PRODUCTS CORPORATION 1'enn.MjtyI.incf Division Ntv Yort. N. Y. Now Is the Time to Build Your Home - - Easy Monthly Payments This company will gladly help you with your loan applications. Through arrangements perfected by the American Asphalt Hoof Corporation, we liavn connections with the Planters Bank and Trust Company, Forrest City, Arkansas, whereby it will handle nil new construction Federal Housing Administration title two approved loans in Blylheville and vicinity. East Arkansas Builders Supply Company H. ,Tone=, Mgr. 1'honc 2!) For example, I'm getting 21 miles j per gallon of gasoline—and 11 haven't added any oil between changes. And Dodge is so easy to buy! One carl get a Dodge for not much more than $25 per month! It's easy to sec why more people buy Dodge cars than any other make, with the exception of the three lowest-priced cars! DODGE NEW tOW FIRST COST $ NOW ONLY 640 •fid op, Lilt Price* al PictorT, DcEroLl Fiiylenmeladly aronxtd to fit your budget, ri lom co&l, through Commcrcta! Credit Company, -DODGE- DMslan of Chrysler Corporation W. T. Darnell Aulo Sales !17 E. Main INSULATION means belter health for your family all through the year. Its' the blight metal insulation used by li.vrd st .the South Pole; the same type used In latest ships and streamlined trains. The silvery sheets of METALLATION bring t h c advantages of modern heat insulation at one-half former installation costs. It comes in long rolls of genuine polished aluminum cemented lo tough paper. It is simply nailed to rafters cr celling joists. H does not lose its efficiency and Its low cost and case of application make it ideal for Insulating o I d houses as well as new. I'fione IflO for An Estimate E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. take this, project for several reasons. II Is hoiral that by tills means It can be shown that the best type of construi'lion Is ob- Inlned when architectural service L? employed. The home will illustrate proper .construction, correct design, desirable planning, and sound value. Preliminary discussion ln:l!cales t'nnt Ihc house will cost approximately $S.O(JO. u is hoped that the house will be financed under the Insured Mortgage Sysicm. it Is also hoped that material and supply dealers will join In the project, supplying Ihe finest grades of ma- lerials for fhe construction of the house. Afflc Ftoormf Many an attic space Li unusable for lack of a floor. Storage of trunks, furniture, and oilier heavy objects on the ceiling joists In Ihc altlc Is dangerous lo the ceiling below. Rough flooring over at least a portion of Ihe altlc will give considerable storage spac 1 . 1 that can be used safely. Your refrigerator is in- sulalcil iifjninst 'he n I. \ Why lint iiisnliile YOUR HOUSE heal'.' R e el T o |) Insulating Wool in your allic will help keep the cool :iir in and (he heat outside. IT'S WORTH INVESTIGATING. CAT,], US KOU A FREK ESTIMATK THE ARKMQ LUMBER CO. PHONE <IO Q, As I sell a seasonal product, my Income b much greater during one part of the year than during Ihe other months. Would I be permitted to make seasonal payment.? on a modcrnl/allon loan under the terms of the National Housing Act? A. The National Housing Act provides that with .seasonal Income from crops or livestock may make seasonal payments, All others must pay monthly. Provision for Drain Needed in LStairway At Ihe holloin of an oulsldc cellar stairway, or any otl-.ei flight, of steps that leads down from grade to an entrance Into a house, there should be an area al least six Inches deep with a drain lii It that leads to some escape for the water that will How dovv the steps. \ If you are building a wooden fence, be sure It Is kept clear of the ground between posts; olhei wfce the wood may rot. KI.KCTUIC *' ACUTVl.KNK WELDING AT BUST I'ltlCES '.,, . I'HOMPT SERVICE Barksdale Mfg. Co. I'HONE ID THE SECOND ANNUAL RAILROAD WEEK • You've cheered the new streamlined trains. We want lo show yea more samples of progress made by Western Railroads. Railroads are giving belter service at lower cost to passengers and shippers: Air-conditioned cart—cool, clean, quiet Passenger farai at rook bottom Safety first—a great r«oord New coach comforti . ' World's finest sleeping car service Economy meals —coaches, diners, stations. Faster schedules for long or short trips Dependability in all weather Free pick-up-and-delivery of LCL freight Po we cordially invite you to allend the events of Railroad Week, July 18. Then you, too, will understand Ihe nsw pride, the new enthusiasm felt by 750,000 workers on Western Railroads and in allied industries. Gef acquainted wilh your railroad agent. Phone,writeor call for inlormalion aboul travel or shipping by train to any patl of America. WESTERN RAILROADS AND THE PULLMAN COMPANY 'ill Occupy All of Former C. B. Driver Building at Osceola I.UXOHA, Ark.—Illc C. B. Wood Motor Co., Ford dealer at Luxoia ml Osccola. has purchased from i. ». Driver Iho building at Oscc- oln now occupied by It and by the Hen p. Duller Implement Co. When remodeling and redecorating work Is completed the. Wood company will occupy I'hc entire JUlUlIng, which has a frontage of • 100 feet on Highway 01. The company has also purchased a big lot Just north of Hie bulMlng, wviere It will display used cars. i'lans call for a 32-foot showroom across the full 100-foot front of the building. Hack of the showroom will be the ofllces and hack of the olllces t'iio repair shops, with entrances from Highway 01 anil from Johnson street. A completely equipped one-slop service station will be established. The o. 11. Wood Motor Co. Is owned by C. U. Wood, O. B. Wocxl Jr-. and Edward Segraves. Robert Summers Is bookkeeper and .Louis • George and Sixmce Williams are salesmen. Haymond Owen Is foreman of Hi cicpalr and service department. : RIDE AS A W UP K YOU PAY Talk about ifre PRICES Look at this SPEEDWAY $1 Talk about fire VALUE- -look at (he fact that we Goodyear Dealers sell the most tires bymillions-and remember it's because the public knows from long experience Ihal we have the PRIZEVAL- UES nt every price. TOM LITTLE Phone 033

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