The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 17, 1938 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 17, 1938
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TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1938 Garden Club To Stage Drive For Member Increase Plnns for nn Intensive membership campaign were made by the BJyUicvillo Garden club lust nlglit. Mrs. W. L. Homer nml Mrs. J. A. I.ecoh, wlio conducted the drive last year, were renamed heads of iwo commit teas whoso members will vie for the awavil offered. Mrs. Leech has for her committee, Mr. and Mrs. J. Lows Cherry, Harry W. Hainc-s. Mrs. W. .1. I'ollnrd, lay Weld), Mrs. .M. O, Usrey mid Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Mrs. Homer's committee Is li. p. Klrsli- ner, Rodney Banister. Mrs. lay Welch, Mrs. A. Coiway. Mrs. Jlnr- ry W. Haines. Mrs. Samuel P Morris, and Mrs. n. F. Klrslmer, 'Aho was enrolled us :\ member m iViils meeting. The losing team will entertain TOje winners with n .su-jik supper I'to lie yiven at (ho meellnt> Monday nieiit, May 31), in thc" K ard':n of MJ-. anil Mrs. Siimuc-l p.' NO,-. ris' 'home. The individual obtaining the largest unrulier ol memberships will also | re , iw ard- | cd n free one. . . of the progress belmj made will be si von at the meeting [ i:oxt Monday night and the contest will end Saturday, May 28. All of the money obtained fiu» the dollar memberships will be I used to beaiitily Blytlieville. This BLYTHEVJLLE (ARK.V COURIER NEWS To Select Beauty Queen At School On Friday Nighl The Red I'epucr Club of the city liiKh school lodiiy .si«ii«l a contract to sponsor und partlclpule in the I "Miss America Beauty I'agennl," an annual nalionui event. Tilt' mill show to determine who will be -Miss Blylhcvlllc" will be staged Friday niglil at 8:00 »'clo:'« in the high school auditorium. The winner .IIHOOK the 3-1 glrls- who will make up the city's unit show for which out of town Judges have been secured, will participate in tin; .slate finals. Numbers other than the beauty pageant will be presented on the program. As an added nttravliun, "Little Miss lilythtville" «>ill I A . jeleclccl from iimung a nmnlx-r of yoim" children between the ages of three and eight, who have been invited La enter tills beamy contest. (VClVf'S On Tuesday 'Fro MI Alabama Univcrsitv Jilllmv j\;, s p.; r , Tiplon. son of Dr. iuxl Jeif Roland Reports On State Lions Meeting A report on Die slnte Lions convention held In Hot Springs over (he weekend WHS given by Jell Roland al the weekly luncheon meeting of Die Lions club at the Hotel Noble today when oOu-i- inat- leis of business were discussed. 'Hie club was urged to cooperate hi observing nlr nrall week mid air mail clny on Thursday. Following this discussion, a report on the le-ciwe given here last, week by Dr. Milton Heckwith which was spon- .sored by the club was made by the committee In cliarye. Mr. lloland. who is one of the. two directors of district Seven A, told In h| s report of the election ol llie queens of (lie two districts who will so lo the Lions International at Oakland on July 20, discussed Die Ajjt.'ec.'i «f Frank IJmch. O f Milwaukee, president of Lions Intcr- naiiminl who was n special micsl at (lie Mate convention uml stated llmt Miles Kinlcead, of Hot Spriniss is district governor of Seven 'is and Robert Hood, of Rns.sellville [ is district governor of Seven A' \V. M. Melton, of Triiinann, Is tlu other director of this district Mr. Roland, Kussell Fair, pi-eslilent of the local club, anil Dr. Fr Cl | ClilUI, past iiresidcnt of the club were Ihe JJIyllieville representatives at the meeting. PAGE IIIREE REPAIR AND money vtill be divided between [day I Walker park, where an extensive of Alabama , | beauUflciitlon program for the fall season, and other j public places of the city. At last night's meeting it was voted to contribute castor bean .seed to several owners who will IK asked to plant them in front of neiv fences creeled, at the request of the club, to hide junk | yards. Plans were also further discuss- 'V, 1 .. of a project which the club Wans to have this fall in which advice for armnghn; yards and ardens will be given bv an experienced landscape!-. Clear Lake News The closing eveii't of the Clear Lake school was a picnic supper nt Ihe school house Friday .night which was preceded on Thursday night by a program and graduation ' exercises. A large group attended Ihe pro| gram in which a number of students participated. Following tlv "Coon Concert", the final number, the graduation exercises were held. Diplomas were presented to J. W. King. Joe Hmsford and Rubv King. Music for the affair was fitr'- nlslied by the Arkansas Rambler-; and the Rambling Cowboys. j Mr. and MrsVc.-S. Bnggelt. teachers," have been employed for another 1 year. J. Edgar Hoover's fingerprint | clearing house nt Washington, D. &... receives more than 4500 fingcr- f»riuUs daily. When the files were • slarled in 1924, 300 fingerprints were received every day. r During his college days, youn 'I ipton has made an enviable record, having excelled botli in scholarship and athletics. He took a live year course, specializing In aeronautiral engineering, and has- been outstanding in bis grades. As a football player he has won honor.' as the '"smartest", "best tackier", "most serious minded" and "most ambitions" member of the entire Crimson Tide squad. Anothei honor accorded him this year was his election as president of the "A" clnb. Besides being a member of lite grid team young Tipton starred in the track meets. Dr. and Mrs. Tipton will leave in the morning- for Tuscaloasn to attend the numerous social affairs and the commencement exercises. Enroute there they will visit their younger son, Dick, who is a junior at Northeast. Center college, Monroe, La., and will then go to Tus- e.aloosa about Friday. Upon their- return home nenl Wednesday, they will be accompanied by Jimmle, and two house- guests, Dr. John Ramsey and Joe Kilgrow, who are to visit him for a week. Dr. Ramsey, who is head of the department of history al the university, resides in Long Beach, Calif. He has been given a year's leave of absence to study in Europe and will visit here before eoinc to his California home for n short stay prior to his sailing. Joe Kilgrow, who is also a member of the graduating class, will visit here before he goes to his home at Montgomery, Ala. He was alternate captain of the Alabama football team last fall and named on several All-America selections. Auction Sale ON EVERY THURSDAY 10:00 A. M. RAIN OR SHINE Bring us your hogs and livestock and let us get you the best price. We Sell Anything at Auction Missco Corporation "Farmer Owned, Controlled, and Operated" On Old Chicago Mill Site On Highway 13 BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. Huffman Mrs. William n. l/oflln «'ns elected president of the Uaplist Missionary society which was organized at Huffman on Mother's Day when Ihe members of the Armorel society assisted in the organization This Is the second w. M. S. to be formed this year, the first being at Dycss in 'April. Other officers elected were: Mrs W. M. Crow, first vice president- Mrs. Rcglmiid nuglips. second vice president; Mrs. Alnnde Cnssidy third vice president; Mis. Stanten Pepper, secretary and treasurer. Lumber Dealers, Contractors and Others Will Meet At City Hall Architects, lumber dealers, contractors, realtors mid rejircsentn- llves of financial Institutions, newspapers and utilities in niylhevllle and surrounding section havo been inviled to nllend n FVdcral Housing clinic lo be held Tluirsdny niglil at I he city liall. The mecilini!. to be at the Chamber of Commerce of, fllcc, will Iji-glii nt elglit o'clock. H. W. McMllllan, production manager of the Arkansas PIIA k I James L. Lucns, ihief vnlitator, A. 13. Wrighl, mortgage ('oiifnrciice rcprescnlntive, and A. Syrt. Wllbnnks, slate iiitiniiger of PIIA, will be nreseni from the state orate of Ihe PHA to discuss In delnll tlic new amendments of llie Federal Honshu; Administration recently adopted by congress. Slmllnr mcetliijjs arc Ijeliic held throuahoiil the state In nn effort, to acquaint those directly concerned with building promotion, While Jllyihevllle nutv lias more building than usual, 11 Is sold Hint. Ihcrc Is n fertile acid In this section for n house building boom and FHA lenders nrc eager lo promote such n project-, Marriage Licenses Five couples lini-e applied for licenses to wed at the Blylheville office of the county court clerk during the past week. Names of the couples and the official or minister performing tij,. ceremony, if listed, follow: Eiiless Reece, of Blylheville, and Miss Juniiita Lee, of Manila, by Magistrate T. L. Cassidy; Anile Richardson and Miss Altec Taylor, both of Blylheville; Lamar Ingram and Miss Dorris Deason,- both of Manila; Lawrence" Palmcrtree and Miss Fannie Lynn, both of Manila; Clyde C. Wilson and Miss Bertie Madge VVidcmon, both of Caraway. Old HoraWill Call" Lodge Men to Session BEAUMONT. Tev. (UP)— Hymjin A. Perlstelu will blow his Masonic liorn again when Ins lodge celebrates Its 72nd anniversary. Pcrlstein operated a blacksmith and harness shop here in April IB80, when he made the straight' seven-foot horn of tin lo summon' fellow Masons to lodge meetings. Repair and Remodel Homes, Business Rooms Making houses more modern bv remodeling, redecorating and minor repairs is liclnu done here by seveinl properly owners. Mrs, D,».|,> Mick l.s comwlfjiK her one story residence, divided Into two aparlmeiits, Into a two- story house, whlrli will be used for several npntlmenl.s. Mrs. .Mirk Is iisliiK tl». material troin the house iiujnlnliiK Hie l>'Hsl Presbyterian church, ivlildi wn s ivreiitly demol- Ished, Kir her remodeling" projivl which is expected to add much to Ihe properly, located In lhi> KIU Work ul Wfsl. Ash street. The Iuii; ( . I'oniiilng and boai'dlnn Mouse ownwl by Mrs, l-lumle Alev- "lider. at ;in N , J1( |, H| . ( , 11( | tt . UJ , street, (s being completely redmi- rali'd. TJH. dm ,,•,)„( t) f ,]'„, mils],!,. Is belnn covered in white iiml (Mis interior | s |,, : | ni! n-papered and repalninl. '''lie J. 1/iuls Clierrys. who live at •>(*•• ijougn,, nvi'mic. have .'mil .some repairs made lo I heir hinise whieh Included new thnbeis to repliu'i: ilior.1- damiiKeil by li'iintles, inul some of |jn> IDOHJ.S linv« bei-n ri'liapered mid the woodwork n>- ilntslu'd. The beauty simp owned by Mrs. Frank V.'hlnvorlli mu| Miss Nell Harris Is unns redeeorated and .some ul tlu> ImnlshiiiK.s rellnlshrd, Walkways Rcrjuire Careful Planning The end-nine ID , ( |,, )m ,' should not be taken lin i-runleil. The lui- presslon thin u visitor Ills! nets o! a Imtne Is largely a ivtleetlon ol his Impressiims m thr dourway iind wnlk. A limice may iifien l»> nu«li> more liDjiro.slvc and altracllve by slight, change;; In tin' wjii); nml doorivn.v. I'lipleasant ItllnMen odors may he dispelled by Inslnlilni; u wnlj- lalim; fan In the exterior wall ol a klti-lien. This will ulso aid In kcep- '"I! II"' in ..... free frnni humid and hot nil', Lots Are Purchased In Recent Transactions Among town lot.s recently purchased were three sold bv Paving Districts 2 and 3 and other parties (Miss Alma Drittaln has purchased the property nt lin West Davis avenue, which >yas formerly owned by Mrs, Myrtle Matthews Miss Ruth niythe has purchased the 75-foot lot at the corner of Chlck- asnwba avenue and (lie cemetery road, which was formerly owned bv Judge G. B. Keck, and Oscar Hallcv has bought (he former L. M ROSS lol nt US Bast Davis nvcime Wilson Society—Personal Mulliiis-Uilliiigs A wedding of much interest and surprise lo Uieir friends was that of Miss Mabel Louise Billings of Atoka. Tenn., and Jefferson Forrest Mullins. son of'Mrs. J. P. Mtil- llns of Wilson, Ark., which was performed Sunday afternoon al three o'clock al the Methodist Church In Wilson, with the Rev. E. W. Faulkner officiating. The couple will make their home here 3 « t South Mississippi County Lions Meet About fifty Lions and their wives were entertained by the Itiethodist Missionary Society of Wilson, on I Monday night when the South Mississippi County Lions Club held its regular meeting at the Basset club house at Suisct park. T.'ic I lables were beautifully decorated with spring flowers and a, three course dinner was served. After a few informal talks, dancing was enjoyed. * * * To Sponsor Excursion Wilson Chapter 432 of the Eastern Star will sponsor a moonlight excuslon aboard tbe. Steamer J. S. DeLuxe on Monday night, May 23rd at San Soucl Landing, below Osccola. The public is Invited to enjoy the diversion and relaxation of a ride on Ihe Mississippi. * » « The Rev. and Mrs. D. D. Seger are In Richmond, Va., attending the Southern Baptist convention They will return the latter part of this week. Willis Jerome, who nltends Southwestern,and his school mate Earl Dufley, spent the week end In the home of Dr. ana Mrs J N Jerome. Miss Mary Jennings of Oakland MISS., is here for a two weeks visit with her sister, Mrs. L. c. Horton Mrs. J. R. Clayton returned home Sunday after spending the week visiting Mer daughter, Mrs Charles Biedsoe, in Memphis Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ludwlg'and children spent the week end ID Memphis visiting Mr. and Mrs P J. Brunncr. ' ' I>ry Paint Don't be too anxious (o finish repainting your house. Allow the initial toat time | o dry mid harden before applying the second aoat. K nr» PreVC ' H ch «*lne. whieh nn f Ci " ISWl by Pn'ntM'E over too soft, an undercoat. ENJOY J tie Sun AVOID the Heat Ui'il Top Hoi'k \Ynnl hisuliitinn will l(ei«|> yoill' hnnie onnl all summer loii^'. Dim'! m;ilu' your house n 'lu'iil (rap this summer. Insulate, now and piwwl lo I'njov dm coitiiiin summer. See us ami let us show you how iiisnliifiim will pny Cni' itself in rediK'ctl fuel eiwls AI.ONK. 1'hime .|() for Free Kstimiilo THE ABKMO LUMBER CO. Wild potatoes nrc a weed »cst In sonic nrcns of Chile. Nothing takes the place of WATER, yet it is your cheapest commodity! \V;itor i.s iiulisjionsililc (o luniiiui o.xisleiice, yet in it.s' pui'uxL ;iml .salesi fortn it is jtdiuilly (rlu'fipcr ih.'in (iii-1. Kcre in Ijlyihovillu our ctw- tonicvs tisc jfiKiti, jHiri; walcr ijolivorod to their I'iun-ets al ;tn avuriiKe cost of nhonl (J cont.s jicr ton. Is there any other commodity ;i« cliivip? BLYTHEVILLE WATER CO. KKKNAKI) At.I.KN, Mjrr. Courteous, Personal Attention to Every Customer PIlo " c 80 lU So. llroadivau Many Houses Need Yearly Attention The nvcniiic house needs some repairs every year. A BUCK! mellioil lor kee|iln« a Imiise In near-pel fiwt fondltton Is to chirk II over I'udi spnni! iinii make repairs (lint jire 11 Uri.'lwleil. ninny iiilimr'rlufeets may ijiviimc majur blemisheii and will be expensive to coiTecl.Miid- cinli'ailuH loiuis me now avall:i!>le "I any ol (I,,.. |,,-J v ,it,, ||,,aiiclal in- ,'lllnllims (hat are oiKraliLij; niuler the l';t)|ierty Juiuj-ovi'jMwit G'rcdlt ' I'lim of the Federal Hniisln-/ Ad- jiiilnl.'lniUori. I'alul—Wood Oiiiiiii i; ] M , S O f looms nil') |>ciir>d Imiiitiue are ^iven :m effeelive .••etlbiK by palming Hirec sides of Ihe rucjiu unit pantllii-; i|n> loiirlh wall, 'ibis Is particularly tiun where (Jeurslan design is employed .•did dim.' h a flrv|tl:<c(.'. The flrc- Dliice wall Is Hie |um>lni oj)i\ Rend Courier Nnv.1 Wrmt Ads. M,(rtrtk/LcCcn^ct& » » HOW VERY TRUE! IT'S REALLY AMAZING THE DIFFERENCE A LITTLE PAINT AND LUMBER CAN MAKE IN A HOME Wl AM mftAftCD TO YOU* FAMT AHO E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. cwunjuy tuiMtmo WAUHIDE For benntlful walla and ceil- I«K'. Looks better. Laals longer. Brighten your home with fresh, exciting color Pep up lirwl-looking rooms with thrillim-' Jin-lo-Uic-niimilc tones. Dull "gray" rooms become gny mid cnchniHiiit' i» « single ctav —when you use PiUshurgh finishes. Point n soft-tonal sheen on faded walls with WALLHIDE. BffliiUfy furniture and trim with WATERsrwR ENAMEL. Bring new life to pa/mta! floors with FLORHIpE. It lakes little lime, trouble anil ' money to redecorate with Pittsburgh Paintsl WATER SPAR ENAMEL Otic coal nmkrs furniture mid woodwoik spur- klcwitti new life. FLORHIDE- 1'alnlcd floors tnke on brilliant bcnulyinnoliine willilhbdurablc finish. WcatsUki; Iroul HELPFUL For Home Decorat by Uncle Andy nig TV/TOS T of tlic folks nround litre • Lv - 1 - liircn thtiiuclvcs n jminlcr when they're iimlcttnkiTi'lo paint the outside of Ihcir liotncs. And t lint's jmU-.i.ictly os it should lie 'cniisc n Eood paint in* cuntrnc- tor'Il^iveyon n^urfvct jobth.nt'll ztaml ii(> better nnil took jnirlicr 'n'cvcrytliing-sjicciallyifhinstl fine |Kiint3 like PiUsliurgli Snu- . Proof. You sec n rtliablcPaintin' | Conlractor nlways knows just what should lie done. Wlicrens you 'n' me mu< folks like us wouldn't usually kimvv wbichuid ' to bcyin on. I Like for example t would yovi know that when you 're paint in'un. . tier tbe envcsyui]{iDllos.-intl(j.i[j(r cxtrti well bcemise it ain't luul the we.-ir nnd lenr of the finish on otbcr sjwls nnd so it's fts slick as ! cnn be ntul the new paint v.xm't stick right? Well lint's what Ilie Paintin' Contractor tcnnw.i. Just as he knows nlxuilfillin' up nil llie nail holes, nnd sanrlin'rouyh spots. «i"d clennm' all the dirt nml oil »nd stulTthatntreniiiiilaleson llie outside of your house. He burns olT the old finish lots of limes, too, wlien he sees Hint t!ie old paint is chip;>in' and jxelin' — so's it won't push oft" uny coals on top of it. Knows, loo, that cracks muslin;evenedolTor. filled. In shoitlicdoi'S.-iiloflhosc little things that make nny s,aint job look ri K ht nnd stand up better Yep. Wiini tie gets through your house'll look just like o million dollars. Like two million doliarj when he uses that wonderful, loiis-l.lsliu' finish r.-illrtl Pittsburgh Sun.proof (Or did I sav that hcfoic?). HARDWARE PHONK 32 1!) Years of Service and Square Dcnlin

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