The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 25, 1938 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 25, 1938
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•MONDAY, APRIL 25, 1938 BLYTHBVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Report Work At Big Lake Not lo Endanger Fislrinj LITTLE ROCK, April 25— D. N. Graves, secretary of the Arkansas Game nnd Pish Commission, sold Saturday lie Imd been assured by this United Bureau of IlaUlierles ttiat Die level of Big Lake In Mississippi County would nol be lowered to (lie extent tlwl it would min (.he lake for fishing purposes. He said Uic InfovmnUon from Hie Federal Bureau came In respojisr- to a protest from his department at «ie Imlslraee of Mississippi County sportsmen, that under the development program planned by Bureau of llnlclivrles would reduce the level of the lake to a point where it would kill Die flsli. or make It unsatisfactory us a fistilug resort. Mr. Graves pointed out that Big Lake is at present n migratory refuge. He said lie was advised that under the development program launched by the Federal Government this Spring, the level of tlie like would be lowered nt the start, but before the completion of the project, the level would raised until the lake would grently Improved for fishing pur poses. Steele District Faculty Is Chosen By Directors STEELE, Mo., Apr. 25—The ffic- tilty lliol lius been selected for Steele Consolidated District No. I) lor llie nexl term is us follows: C. E. Miller, suiwi-lntcndent; Sleele lilgli. T. A. Haggard. T. C. Tlioniloii, Mrs, C. E. Miller, Miss Hull) Ilnrpcr, Mrs. C. C. Adams, Mis-s Helen Cameron ami Miss Kalhelinc Nichols: Sleele grade school. O. I,. Story, Miss Eugenia Jenkins, Miss JnllicU Frank, Miss Viva Downing, Miss Dcnutta German. Miss Mary Myrtle McArtlnir, anil Miss Helen Vickory; Mlcoln, Deliner f'rltclinrd and Miss Mnselk Camlill, Morse Win Honors In Golfing Event With net scoies at 17 iv-icli, G. Ci. Cnudill and Uyrou Morse lied for first honors In n "blind bogey" control at the Blyllipville Coiiulrly club here yesterday. Tlie contest one of a series .sitoitsored (his sprltii! by ' Brown, the club's now 'profcssionnl. Second honors In the Imgey i>u went to Cieorge M. Lee. . . IX>CI11 ,., wl " i-fenni'i rr icniiro ana M ss MUsello , ... , —<,--« Reid; Dcnton, Gaston Brown , ml ??'" «"';i* llli °'' '<>';'»« <"'«<- lime *, '.. , ' ,„..,,. , ,,! Oils •season when (liev meet lie Misses Irene Wallace and Iln/cl McAdnms; Gibson, Mlssi'.s horent' Kmlilng ami Irene Harris; New Survey, Wm. Owens. .Miss Gladys Sharp liain. . . nnd MI.S.S Ruth Cuiuiini!- New Barber Shop To Open Here Tomorrow The New O. K. Barber slioj) will be opened tomorrow, it Ims been announced by Fred SalilM, owner, wbo has converted n portion of his Pnstlme Billiard room into n room lor Ihe shop. Bob Gwyn Is to be manager of the shoo with ,J. E. Wliltworth. Major Hurst and Ben Gowan, late of Parngoulil, to also be connected with the business. "Abe" Bradford who was porter for the O. K. Barber shop for many years when the late Tom Wliltworth wns owner, will bo porter. House of David Wins Over Caruthersville CARUTHEfiSVILLE, Mo.. Apr. 23. —The Caruthersville I'ilols lost, 9-2, to (lie House of David team here Friday nlglit, In the first night game at Legion Park for Mie Pilots. The nationally known whiskered team went into the lead in the first iimltig, and wns easily in front all the way. Tlie Pilots scored In Hie third and sixth innings, one run each frame. With two lifts out of four trips. Gildfe Pilot third baseman, led tht locals nt bill, while Clay, on the mound for the Davids, had five nils out of five trips to the plate, one of the hits being a t'.vo- ... when they meet (lie crack team of the Hears, ilwbuck and Company of Memphis hen 1 Sunday. This will be the first of a lumber of Inler-cliib loin iiiiincnts .0 be slagi'd here Ihls smnnu'r. 'J'lie Memplilans will lirliijj a team of ipuroxfjimtely 30 players, it Is im- lerslood, niul Mr. Drown has nrijttl nil local players who waul to participate lo report shortly nftor Sunday. Garden Club Is To Hold Meeting Tonight The BIyUievIlle Garden club will meet at the city hall tonight, at 7:30 o'clock, when plans will'be discussed Tor a final concerted effort whereby the streets and alleys of the city may be kept clean. Reports of activities, including the junior garden club of the city high school of which Mrs. W. J. Pollard is chairman, will Tie made and a- list of business people, who, it is claimed, are continuing to throw trash into the alleys, will he read. Tucker, manager nnd first baseman of the Davids, pulled an unassisted double play, and each team had one ilonble play to its credit. Velcheck for Ihe Davids, and Red Hopper for the 1'llols, lilt two- baggers;. Score Ijy innings: II. H. E Davids 210 202 101—D H 3 Pilots 001 001 COO—2 7 5 Batteries: Clay and Keller; Koop- nian, Loivery and pilo. Swift, Mo. Notes Mrs. Maggie Downing, of Por- tagcville, spent tlie weekend with licr daughter, Mrs. Lillian McGahey. The Swift school ball team defeated Hie.Bush school team Friday at Basil. Tlie score was: Swift 8 and Basil 6. The girls' score was Swift, 24 nnd Bush. 12. The primary room and leaclier enjoyed an egg hunt nml several outdoor grimes last Friday afternoon. -Wade Miller 'vlsllcd liis parents nt Hayti Sunday. Bob Wade and family hnve moved (o Joe Khoti's farm near llayli. Dave Crevoisier is convalescing at his home afler an Illness of indigestion. Pharmaceutical Group To Meet Here Tonight Cislrict 15 of the Arkansas Plinr- nmraiticul association will have a dinner niL-eting at the Hotel Noble nt 1:30 o'clock tonight. Edgar Bo- rinii. chairman of ihe district, announced today. Representatives from Hixora, Osceola, Wilson, Arniorel. Cruwfords- villc, Dell, Earle, Joiner, Kelser Lf.ichvillc. Manila. Marion Turrell, and West Memphis are IK'Ued to allend. March", band, Hayti Society — Personal Vi. M. U. Has IVniram The W. M. U. of the Baptist, .-lunch met ul the church Wcilni'S- luy nflernoon for- Ihcir retjiilar ioyal Si'rvlci- piogrnni wllh stxly- flve nienilx-re nnd vsiltors In ul- Mr.s, lion }]eiir(len wa.s n charge of the program which wiis in the form of a broadcast. Mrs. Paul Lyons served us nn- loimcer of the program. The tlieinc lor the prounnn was "Afilcn" nml Mrs. Drooksii' I'icwill |>»vi! the UiWi.' study. . A.'s and It. A.'s (ilvrn 1'aiiy Tlie W. M. U. nnd i| K . V, W. A. sponsored « parly for the II. A.'s i ml C. A.'s of llio U«|)l|j,t clmrrli it the chnrcli Thursday evenlnb', lie party startliiB ul .six o'clock. Indoor gmncs anil contests wore tlie evctilnn's inversion with dr:- ilKhtfnl refreshuii'iits of snnihvlrtii's and drinks served. Thursday Cluli Meets The lioine PAGE THREE, Hi). motored lo ropliir TllnfT Siln- il»y niul vlsllcd wltli Mr. Col trull, who is In Hie liosiiliii) I'tmviilt'si'liiH '"'in mi it|(|K'ii(l('(:(oinv. Mr. mid Mrs. Uvcrcll Uicy uvo (!»• i>im>n(s of u 9-iimiiui liufoy Ixiy 'lorn 1'iWiiy i>v< v hlii|>. l-'rtiiK'ls Dulril. wlio Is worklnn ill New Hindi-Id, s|XMil (h(> iyi'Uki'iul wllli Ills sister. Mrs. Kmorsim [iiul Mr. OUInecr. Demonstration Club iXews Notes Xnmlii'i 1 Nine NuinluT Nine Hume nomcm- • ~-.... r ... i 1,11- iiuuiii^i i^ u n- JIIIILI.- ijk:jnu]l- Kliuinlo nnd Fii'd limn- slriiilnn ilub WHS I'nlriliiiiird Wal- ru ol Cimillii'isvillf wt'iv in Joiner, ni-'-'iiluy iifleiiKKin ill Ihe homo (•( Ark.. Kiiiidny vlslllnij; friends mid i Mr,-. styles when tlie IV iiiciu- ulie!iiliiu< to business. i hers iiml lw» visitors niis\vered Hit- In Iho Home" nw| Mrs. Fred Bean told Hie "Proper Way to Uusl." A motion was passed to Imvo the Di'ltcr llomi'.s lour Wednesday. Mrs. Curl iieiin won Hie prize In llio coiiU'sl plannt'd by Mrs. C!. E. I'lirkiT mid Mrs. Fred Hum durJiiK HIP wii'liil hour. I.nter Mrs. Styles M'ivC-il li Kiiiild fOiirso. Tin' iii'xt tiiMIng will bo held May 11, la llio home of Mrs. I'aiil Thursday evening tables of pln.vm Band To Give Spring Concert Tuesday Night Tuesday night nt the high school Auditorium the Dlylheville band Is having its spring concert nl 8:09 o'clock. In addition lo several musical mnnbers by the bnnd, the free program will also fratnre n vocal trio, an instiinnciiUil swing trio, a ballet dance, nml a one-act piny. The program, wlilcli Ls under" the direction or O. G. Morchead, follows: "Ildir's March" and "Sousa's March", baud; trumpet solo, Gerald Carter; trio. Miss Winifred Crawford, Miss Wynettc Sliep- lienl. Miss Bonnie Jentine Buchanan; instrumental swing trio, John Harp, Hob Herrick. Colcmaii Slo- vens; "Voder's March", banil (lance. Miss Odessa Todd; one act plal. "Chang's Herenge". Miss Vlr- Kinia Matliis and Leon Beutmi, will Mi\s DoriS Morebead diriicfitiR 1 —....«.*..., ....~ ... "Friedman's March" milt "Jewel's wm 'k n| K at Cape. Girarilcnu, spent the clay licit Stmdny wilh her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Reynolds. Miss Eileen LcSeuIr of Lllbourn and her mother. Mrs. Amelia Le- Seiiir of tills city, drove to Memphis Siimln.v and spent tlie day. C. O. Ralne Jr.. postmaster mid Opposr* Testimonials TO. Gal. lUI'i- In.' tiunrct's of hundreds of cele- es. nniuiiiK Irom llullywixid i Ui mi'iulws of the •UK), have me u laind with the. .. . lion hero of the Honor liil^nl ely of Oiikliiiul. 'l')ii> mi will coiidiu-t a nullomviil. pallill of testimonials for drinks, Tliv men furnish llio wedding caki'S In Korea, The e.ake.s consist of while pancakes bi'iulnu tin 1 liiscrlpllon, "llciilth, vvi'itllli, mid i many male children." Kill nill liv Idling .Mimi'lhliiK Una raeh liiul tttltlril In Ills linme Cor Ihe plritMliv ill the liimlly. Mi>. CiiiI Hciin was UK' leader for the uHntonn. Mis. Charles 1.mission lead ll:e Home ...... Sii|i|iartfil MKMiOUUNI? HJI>) — Jn Ilia ovfiil then' Is iniyone In Ainoilciv who .still uses 'n pen Instead of n lypcwilter for correspondence, the World Pen Friends' Society would He to got in touch with them. The onjantatloii'has 5,000 members In"' Australia and Is seeking new members all over Ihe world to preserve the dignity of (lie pen. WASH & GUEASB ?1.Q<) Wash, Grfaw, Polish and waxi-d ,.S5.«J II. It. SCHMUCK "K-iso" Station Main and Division OAK LUMBER I'm- S:ih—HiU.lHIH II. «f iimiil liill n;ik lumber ilelis'ereil ul vi'iy Ifnv jirli-es. See J. W. Iliirmn lllyllieville, Ark. I'liimo :)!!» Thursday Club mot nl Hie of Mrs. l.anmr Thompson with the three . enjoying gnnies of bridge with litnh score prl/es going to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lyons receiving the hlRli club nnd Mrs. R. o. Knelbcrl receiving tin- low score nwnrd. A salnd anil (Ic.s- serl was served at the conclusion. Mr. and Mrs. Herman McClaim- han and children and Miss Kate l.onth of Wardell were here Sunday visiting Mr. McClannhnn's mother. Mrs. Gallic McClnnnlinn.j Mr. McClnnahaii preached the nioi-iiln^ nnd evening sermon nl. the Baptist ctnirch in the ubsence of Rev. Win. llnfrnian. who with his wife, Mrs. HufTmaii, Is In Le- liaiion. Mo., visiting with relatives. Miss Marlha He.vnolds, who Is PLAY SAFE! STORE YOUR WINTER THINGS TODAY , r , .§.u,es For Divorce Mrs. Flossie Row lins fil«l suit ngalust Norman Ross, asking for a dii-orce on the ground of indignities. Smith and Taylor are her attorneys. WE ARE NOW SHOWING OUR NEW 1938 AUTO SEAT COVERS College Students Duped; Sign Up For Chain Gang SYRACUSE. N. Y. <UP>— College .Indents aren't all smart, nccprd- ng to a group of Journalism stu- lents at Syracuse University who effectively demonstrated the B ulli- ' of undergraduates to "sign by clrpulntlng a trick . The petition seemed to favor the limination' of final examinations for Syracuse University seniors, ami was signed by 115 students. However, the students actually signed -to : serve voluntarily 'in n Georgia chain' gang for; five years, and all because they failed 'to rciiil Hie document carefully. NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that the Chnrcli of Christ lias filed an application for u permit to erect a one story frame building, 30 feet by seventy feet, on 1-ots 11 nnd 12. of the Clyde Robinson addition to Blytheville, Arkansas, in the 1200 block on West Main street, to be used as cliurch. Per- init for tlie erection of said building will be issued after thirty clays from Ihe date hereof unless protest Is filed as provided by law. Dated this April 18. 1938 JOB CARNEY, City Engineer ia-20-25-27-Mny 2-4-9-11. FOWLER DRUG CO YOUR PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST Main & New Styles & Patterns New Low Prices $1.95 up Rxpert Installation at No Extra Cost A COMPLETE STOCK FOR ALL MAKE CAKS WE URGE YOU COME TO Headquarters For Auto Seat Covers Before You Buy. TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. SOI W. Walnut St. Ph. G33 . . .. five other irost masters of the county nttended a meeting of the postmasters nl Poplar Blull Friday eve- bility nything ictltion. Read Courier News Want Ads. Don'l risk (1 ;i m :i J,M- f •' iiinHis \vlu:n you rah youi- wiiili'r lliiiiK.s willi us iiiul IK; assured <>{ (licir siilV- l.y all sutnnUT. ('nil iliul onu of our route nii'ii will |iii'k up your things al oncu. PROMPT, DEPENDABLE SERVICE Peerless Cleaners CHERRY AND FRANKLIN PHONE IE2 "JCal LU CEeoM, JUt RiqKi 11 ning. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Spence of Poplar BliilT spent, the weekend here with their daughter, Mrs. Cecil Wntfcius and Mr. Walklns. Miss Gertrude McPhcrson. who is attending a business college nl Memphis spent- the weekend hern with her parents, Mr. nml Mrs. p. S. McPlicrson. Miss Jasyrahic Sanders and Miss Miller of Lllbourii were •here Sun- dayX visiting the -former's, pareiils, Mr. and Mrs. A. o. Sanders sr. Mrs. E. S. Collrell and son. Nonnan nnd Miss Margaret SI rick- Hemorrhoids-Piles CUUHI) WITHOUT SURGERY & CUAKANTKKII Safe, inrc »nrt with Icsi dlscomtort. AH <fl.«nutr.<i arirl cdndltlunr nt nervous urlclii, fMit allnnnln and akin Oncrri Irralra and furfd ml our clinic, , DRS. NIES & NIBS' Oslrojuillilc 1 rhjKtrl»m ' I'hone 98 "The success of a meal depends on good coffee—dial's why I use and recommend— FOUR LEAF COFFEE .SYi/y.s M/.SS Hoiinie Duke, noted food expert conducting the * COOKING SCHOOL AT THE CITY HALL AUDITORIUM TODAY AND TOMORROW PRESERVES THE UPHOLSTE1Y i 1938 SEAT COVERS • HalaiD |h* lr»>h, n»w appgaianc* ol your upholitiry with th»> atttactw* i«at coran. 7huy art tailorgd to fit inugty. Available in plemiag colon- mad* oi itroag, w«ar rffsUlii labile. II your leati art ipott»d and worn, th»» cov*» malt* lJi» car inl>rloi look lllc* atw. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. SAVINGS ON USED CARS ALL* 1931 Chevrolet Coupe $99.00 Runs good—Good Tires 1935 Plymouth Sedan $199.00 Good Shape ... No Trade 1937 G. M. C. y 2 ton Pkk-Up $575.00 Clean, Low mileage. 18" Wheels. 1935 Chevrolet l / 2 ton truck $175.00 A Bargain 1936 G. M. C. P/2 ton Truck $395.00 Long W. B. stake body. Real buy. LEE MOTOR SALES, Inc. G.M.C. Trucks Oldsmobiles Sales nnrl Service 307 R, Main Ptlnne jjj "Any all-cigarctics-.irc-alike lalk ilocsn't jilw iriili my ex- pcrivncu. There's abicdinTcrcricc. I've smoked Cjniclsslcailily for 5 years, anil funnel ilini Camel is the cigarum: dial . with me, in a lot ofwayjs. Good wsic. Mililn«s, l:as)'i)ii the- throat. Ami Camels don'l give me jumpy nerves. !.it<c rt lot of other people I ):nnw, Til walk n mile for a Camt.1!'" Phone 81 1 GRAHAM, seeing Joe Df Maggio pull out liis package of Camels, asked his opinion on smoking. Joe came straight to the point: "There's a (iilTercnce, n big difference, between Camels and the others." You, too, will find in Camels a matchless blend of finer, more expensive tobaccos—Turkish and Domestic. COSn^T^CCOS JOEKECPShisliaadmon mending nets. His family arc fisher folk. DiMa^gio is 6 feet tall—weighs around 185 pounds. His nerves arc li-c-a-l-t-li-y! Camels are a matchless blend of finer, MORE EXPENSIVE TOBACCOS —Turkish and Domestic IN THE KITCHEN of his piciurcsnue water front restaurant, Joe saj'5: "I cat prclly much what I like all season long and sniokc Camels with my meals and afterwards, 'for digestion's sake. 1 " CLOSE-UP OF JOE'S GRCP. 'Ball players go for Camels in a l>ig way," he says. "I'm a steady smoker myself. Camels have real mildness all right — don't irritate my iliroit." CHECK UP ON YOUR TIME FOR HEARING E-D-D-I-E C-A-N-T-O-R! rrfca'f xrttt fun-mafcer anJ pciiOruliiy brnuglit to jou by Ornel ci#arci[ci, every Momliy night over Columbia Network, Sec your lorjl newspaper for lime, Also BENNY GOODMAN'S BAND Hear the s"it Goodraaa Sa-iag Dind "RO to town." Every Tufldiy nijdt it 8:50 pm F.. S. T. (9:30 pm E. D. S. T.), 7:30 pm C S.T., 6:)0 pm M.S.T., 5:30 pm P. S.T., OTCt Cotumtn'a Nclvvoik. "TOBACCO GROWERS FAVOR CAMELS FOR THEIR SMOKING!" —is the majority opinion in a survey of well-known tobacco planters "When Oamel says 'costlier tobaccos' I know il's rijrht," says Jfr. Etlwatxi Estcs, cnpalilo yoinufplnnler, who knows tolmcco from the ground up because lie sr "Take my last crop, for instance. Camel bought all the best parts — paid me the most I've ever gotten. The men who grow tobacco know what to smoke-Camclal" "Last year I had the dandiest crop ; ever," says Mr: Roy Jones; another experienced planter who. prefers. Cam- els.."4.smoke Camels because I fc'noiy they bid higher and pay more at the auctions for the choice lots of leaf tobacco. They paitl Iho highest price I ever got from anybody. Considering that Camel uses finer, costlier tobaccos, it's not surprising that Camel is tlie leading cigarette with us plimtcrs." Mr. Harold Craig, too, bases his preference for Camels on what he knows about llie kinds of tobaccos that go inlo llic various cigarettes. "I get the check—so I know lhal Camels use more expensive tobaccos. Camel got the best of my last crop. That holds Irue with most planters I know too. You bet I sniokc Camels."

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