The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 22, 1939 · Page 3
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1030 BI A AHK.y _COTJTtTi)H PAGE THRTC1 Captain Mars, Human Cannon Ball Oaccola P. T. A. Will Buy, Music Textbooks For 'School OSCF.OLAA, Art:..' Kept. 21.— Funds for inn-chase of public school music toxtbooKs, live nwncy-mnk- inu projects for the year, and ensli for the support, of a lied Cross Aquatic School were voted al the Mrs. Dnuslas Flelclw, Mrs. Kin- melt Wilson; dKhlll, Mis. J. J Best, Mrs. O, A. Hosiers; ninth Mrs. I,. D. Mivssey, Mrs. W. .1 'captain Mar, the human c«u,non ball, is on, o, ,h, aces of Capt. Cu« D«UI* which will appear at the Mississippi County Fair Sept. M and Oct. 1. He K l^Und on me cannon from which he is projected. The cannon, hou.sed on a specially equipped truck, exhibited throughout Mississippi county today and tomorrow. Performers Begin Arriving For Thrill Show At Fair b,ln, of Captain Mars, j in gasoline, is ignited and then m ball will be ex- ''he streaks to the blazing tank ooints' of Missis- ' Quick work by assistants standing ' near the tank, save Jilm frcn burning to deatli. Stilt another feature of the sam The cannon the hum hlbitcd 'iiii*j«5" jjv,..«>~. —- sippi Counly this afternoon, and tomorrow prior to his performance in the "Death's Holiday Circus' 111 lllC ut-u.ni a A».w.«v»-j to be presented at the Mississippi County Pair Saturday and Sunday of next week following the opening of the fair Tuesday. . . The captain Is shot from the cannon, his body being hurled 150 feet acrc.ss tlie field into a large Another early arrival for the fail- is Captain Prank Gushing. who does a combination of nuts in "Death's Holiday Circus" thrill show Captain Cushing's specialty u daring automobile driving, which includes head-on collisions, broad jumps, burning wall crashes and roll-overs. His most daring feat is w|( , : Ihe rolling over of an automobile, | M ^, s end over end, at a speed of 60 miles an hour. Another act that Captain dishing •mow will be performances by Cap tain Jack O'Diamonds, thrill per former and escape artist, who nationally kncwn for his straitjacket escapes. He will be placed in a strail- jacket and a spectator will be asked to tie 38 feel of chain and 25 feel of rope around his body, over the jacket, his arms find legs. The chain will be fastened with eight l:cks. The daredevil will then be placed on the ground and 150 feel nw»s a blindfolded driver will be sent on his way in a roaring automo bile, headed directly for the cap- llr'st meellni! of the Osccola Went Teacher Association held ut, me Wish, schcol building thl.-; ween when one hundred fathers and mothers were present. ""M!«s Mary ClntiWlHi! of Memphis, new member of the grade school faculty Ihls year, will- divide her time between fourth grade and public school music. Money-making projects (o be carried out Include the Wulcott. Minstrel Show on September 20; Uo!> McKnlyht mill tin! HumoU-Cai'lci 1 Uanch toys on fippl W, hcl-dOB mid .soft drink sale.-, at, nil football games; Halloween Supper and parly, and w benefit picture show later in the year. At n meeting of (he school board Wednesday morning It wa:; voted to furnish free Instruction to tnosu, desiring io enter thp public school band MI'S. A. V. Uarham, chairman of the nutrition project, announced plans for sei'vlnu ireo lunches to all indigent and undernourished children. The number to be served Is expected to be greater this term owing to the Well cost, ol foodstuffs, continued low « •-cnles and resultant lowering . ,. . , . . Sheddnn, Mrs. Krctl Smith; tenth Mrs. David Lee, Mrs. K. S. Driver eleventh, Mrs. Maggie _. Msr. Ely Diiver; twelfth, Mrs. S. \ Fra/lcr. Mrs. J. 11. Hook, Hoy K, l)n \vson, s\ipei'lnlenden of oliy schools, Introduced inembei of tlie fiunilly. Amoni! HIP » c departments added this year nr the department of speech nmle Mrs. It. E. !,. lleimlen, Jr.. of l,m era; band conducted by Tlioma C. WliiRlleld; kindergarten taug by Mrs. 11. C. Davidson; public school music. ImiKhl by Miss Mary 1 Wllm Kinfitalnment features were, two solos by Jean Chiles Mllllled./'l'vn Put My Heart Inlo a Bonn" and "Clod lllfss America", accompanied by Miss Catherine Harwell. ' Sovonil change.-; have been mado In I'nri'iit Teacher olllcers and oinmiltro. (-lialnnen due to i'«- novnl (if some families from town and resignation cf others. The re- •tsed Us! now stands with Mrs. D, 'is. Rose 'Attaina, Mm. J. R. Me- dhl.<. MM. Frank William's; Safe•, William Wardticr, Mrs. Itoy K. inv'soii, Mrs. lien llutler. Mrs, lj. X Masscy; Decorations, Mrs. Ouy Driver. Mrs. .limies Hi-Ivor. Mrs. W. v, Jr., and the Home r*o- class; Welfare, Mi's. A. P. rsarhain, Mrs. Jolm A, Edi'limton, Mrs. H. M. Pli'lchcr, Mrs.' P. E I'oinpkliw, Mrs. K. 11, Stephens Mrs. John WhlUvorth, Mis. I.eh- nan Williams, Mrs. W. J. Driver Jr.. Mrs. W. ll, Dycss, Mrn. OOd Mrs. J. it. l-ovewdl; Study CoVireo, ill's, rtoy E, hawson. The mctnbws and R nests were cnleiifllned with a. tea after dismissal. $268 Is Railed For Band At Osceola Gam* . , belmlt of Uio bftnd before donn- lons wcfc solicited and the $268 was nlscd In a few minutes. Courier News want ads. OSCKOI>A, Aik,, Sept. 22.—'Hie Osccola blind, whlcli is bolus cr ganlr.nl. Ims $2I)B KB the result. 0 jr.. nilti. >v. H, i/jra, nun. >...«>. n p u |j|l u COlHl [I)|H|OI1 tllkCIl . lllfi ficy White, Mrs. Willlrmi Stewart, night ul the Osteolft-Oye.s.s football . 0. E, SulVngcr briefly !n Wert Optometrist "HE MAKES 'EM SEE" Orer Joe t«»cs' SUre Phone 540 of Mrs. ' L, T. Mrs. Welby •-caes living standards of those In the ower income brackets. Attendance n wards' were won b; (he first and ninth grades. Tno following grade mothers to serve throughout the year were Introduced: Ill's I. Mrs. George Cone, S. Uiiiry, president; Mrs. liny Mnd- <lcn, vice-president; Lawrence, secretary; Young, neasiirer. Commlticps arc: Finnnce, ir. C. lliivldson, Mrs. C. B. Driver, Airs. a. 11. Scgmves, Mrs. George Cone; Menibershlp. Mrs. A. P. Splcse, Mrs. Steve Ualph, Mrs. Arthur lloweii. Mrs. lj. T. Lawrence; Publicity, Mrs A. E. Thornu; Publications. Mrs. E. W. Packard; Program. Mrs. d. liartslll Banks', Mrs. Clnrence Gilgr.by. Miss Cath- Mrs. C. IJowen; A, Davis. Mrs. A. W. „„„,;.., second. Mrs. Jlmmltf Gwaltney, Mrs. Harold n. Tniman, Mrs J A- crosthwalt; third. Mrs. Steve Ralph. Mrs. W. J. Driver, Jr.; fourth, Mrs. John W. Edrlnglon, Mrs Ed Wiseman; fifth, Mrs. J. A. Pigg. Mrs. E. W. Packard; sixth, Mrs R. L, Maxwell, Mrs. D. M. Moore, Mrs. Ed Sheldon; seventh, erine Harwell, Mrs. E. W. Packard; Hospitality, Mrs. E. S. Chllca, Mrs. Plllou Pope, Mrs. Gilbert Cough, will do is his famous fire-to-fire dive Ten gallons of gas is psnred into a large tank of water and Then, it will be up to Captain O'Diamonds to gel out oT the strait jacket, chains and ropes before the car reaches him. "I've never failed or I wouldn't Captain Jack O'Diamonds, thrill performer and escape artist witn the Death's Holiday Circus, atriv-_ ed yesterday to lake part in the : thrill show, which will be present-ed al the Mississippi County Fair • ' rated in o' a large tank of water and "I've never iMea c» wu ,™n .» »„ »—•"-^ lSondi ,, rate( l ignited. A hundred-feet in the air, be here," hp said in discussing ms ntu..^ ^ .^^ vei . sntnc . escM , c Captain Cushing's clothing, soaked fea^. j_ • . artists in the country. Dell News Miss Lcuise Brownlcc and Charles Armstrong, who arc students in the Arkansas State college al Jonesboro, were home for the weekend! Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Berry, ol Paragculd, are visiting their daughter, Mrs. A. C. Smith, this week. Paul Hnys. of Jonesboro, is visit ing friends' and relatives in Del this week. Miss Barbara Bond of Senath Mo., is visiting Mr. find Mrs. H. B Crawford this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Russell wen to Helena last weekend f:r a vlsi with Mrs. Russell's mother. The were accompanied home by the! daughter, who has been with he grandmother since • the Tamil moved to Dell, i * * * W. M. U. Meets The W. M. TJ. of the Dell Bap list church met at the churc Monday afternoon, Sept. 18. Thi teen members were prcscnl. The devotional was given by M M. W. Lewis from Daniel 12:3 ai was followed by sentence praye The following parts were givci on the program: "Enlistment a Perstnal Service" by Mrs. DC O7.ee; playlet—"Enlistment Expc ences" by Mrs. Ozcc, Mrs. TJ. Tale. Mrs. Harbin Gill, Mrs. S Hardin, Mrs. M. W. Lewis, Mrs. Metcalf and Mrs. .C. A. Smith. program. as Program Meeting ( The Woman's Missionary sooiely the Dell Methodist church met| Mrs. J. R. Gill's Tuesday after- con with Mrs. P. A. Owen as! ostess. The devotional was given by the •vstor, the Rev. G. L. McGhehey. vlrs. P. A. Owen gave a report on ic zone meeting al Leachvillc. The rcgram was on the "Possibilities f the United Church." Talks were ;iven by Mrs. McDcrmont anil [frs. Brislcr and meeting \vas closed •llh prayer by the pastor. The lext meeting will be a prayer re- reat on Oct. 3 and it Li expected hat there will be outside speakers on the program. A salad plate uas served by the lOStCKS. Students cf the home economics and agriculture departments of the local high school and the home deuunstration clubs nre busy plan- Rat Declared Hypnotized By Vacuum Cleaner Hum PHILADELPHIA (UP) — When all other means at hand had failed, a vacuum cleaner was utilized, to subdue a ral at the home of Robert Allison. Unable to purchase chloroform, Allison brought in a neighbor's cat, bill the cal ran away. Finally, iwd patrolmen suggested using the vacuum cleaner. The drone of the ichine "hypnotized" the rat and was cornered in a clothes closet. MEDICATED SKIN PROTECTION AGAINST CHAFE'S IRRITATION I 'Towdei-protection." Its bas is extra-light mill soothin Contains no talcum at 2 Forms n smooth, clinging, a 'mostunseen coating bctwet snrfuccs or clothing and :il; likely to chafe. 3 Ecal medication is so offc live that it soothes, cools n relieves bv comforting cv ' prickly heat rushes, simbn j tired burning feet, girdle rn diaper rash and chafing. 4 Provides renl help In prove ing further aggravations the skin which miry .-lead severe discomfort. APPY GRO.& OUR FREE DELIVERY IOQ W. Main St. 1'lionc 15 PLYMOUTH Now On Display You are cordially invited to come in and see the new 1940 PLYMOUTH ' at SEAY - PERRY MOTOR CO. \ 121 W. Ash Phone 111 A boon to babies and tn whole family. 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