The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 26, 1939 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 26, 1939
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, Pre«ConiUy Fair Events In Osccola District Win Praise OSCEOLA, Ark., Sept. 20.—With over 400 piirsons attending the Community Pair Monday afternoon the series of several such fairs and "live-nt-liome" exhibits conducted in the .southern half 01 the county preliminary to the Mississippi Ccimty fair opening In Klj'thevllle tomorrow, cnine to an end. According to K. H. Burns ami Miss Inez Klncaid, county and home (lemomlrstfsii ngcnts for South Mississippi County, approximately 3.000 have viewed the dis- • plays and become Inoculated wltli Die "live-at-home" germ consistently preached by government extension workers. Mr, and Mrs. E. s. Wlldy, Mr. and MIS. I), s. Jack-son and Mrs, J, A. Crlsmoml served as the Fair committee In the Eiowah community and will today .superintend moving and setting up the Euwali boolli^at Die lilyilievlllc fnir. Dyess Colony Cominunity Fair nrahtihly led all others in Ihis section in point of attendance with over 1,000 present on Friday and Saturday. Five different ivings of Ihc Colcny had separate booths »ilh first, second and third place awards going to communities number twelve, three and one. Among the individual family exhibits receiving awards in the order named were those of Mr. and Mrs, Wiley Frost, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mattock, and Mr. and, Mrs. A. S. Wheat ley. One hundred twenty-five articles made In the handcraft shop of which Mrs, W. J. Gardner Is supervisor, were shown. A livestock and dairy show did credit to the short, time the colony lias been in existence. Considerable interest centered In the baby show in which 75 babies from one to four years cf age were entered. First, second and liiird places In the boys and girls one- ancl two-year-old class went ii Ln- verne dine, Mary Aun Taft, Gene Ann Kennon, Charles Jacobs, David Craig and Edwin Ray Johnson; in the Uvo to four-ycar-:ltls awards went to Khcba Nichols, RachacI Benvens, liarbara Webb, James Stansbury, Bobbie Daniel and Alfred Holcomb. The Pair was sponsored by the Home Demonstration Club Council of the Colony with Mrs. M. M. Hinsley as general chairman. Mrs. Hinsley is setting up the five exhibits into cue large one at Biythe- ville today. A tola! of 80,250 quarts, or 511 Quarts to the family is the unusual record of the families on Ihe 6,000 acres in the Misses Farms near Marie, It \vas stated by Mrs. O. H. Ford, home management supervisor on the project.. In i their "Live-at- Home" exhibit' at the MiclSouth Pair, two \veeks ago, 55 varieties cf canned fruit aiul vegetables, 11 kinds of dried fruit, and vegetables and 22 varieties o! garden seed, in addition to handcraft articles made from cotton sacks, Hour sack; and burlap, hand-made mattresses nn<! refinished furniture were displayed. One hundred and twenty- five boys and girls on this F3A project, are enrolled In 4-H clubs Of the six girls who had cxhiibils at Memphis, three won awards Prances Rine. Pauline Gratldy and Inugene Kennedy. Harold Spieer is rural supervisor of FSA, and Mrs. Ernestine Rogers assistant to Mrs. Ford. Victoria's contribution to the Mississippi County Fair of nn educational exhibit shoving a home-study mm antt bedr;om completely furnished with renovated and raiphol stored furniture at a cost of $25. , Tile following: home economics classes in "south Mississippi high schools having exhibits nre Shawnee, Miss Ethel Bennett; Wilson Miss Dot Miller; Keiser, Miss Ada Mae Burton; Luxora, Miss Iva Crablree. Tile ihree Smith-Hughes teachers with Iheir organizations known as the Future Fanners of America arranging displays are Shawnee Grant Collar; Wilson. Phi) McRae- and Luxora, Ray Whitmore. Thirteen 4-H clubs in the lower half cf the county located at Etowah, Hatcher, Milllgan Ridge. Dyess No. 7, Dyess No. 14, Fern Salyers Dyess Center, Missco, Burdetle' Keiser, Liimic, Missco, Jr-adull, and Whitlon will have space in Ihe main 4-H Club exhibit at the County Pair. Among the Individual educational exhibits will b\> those cf n. C. Hrynn, prominent Osroola nluuler, ginncr, and canning factory executive, ami of R. w Si'liruoiW, a*. I .•itstiiiuii county nneii!. Mr. Bryan, ! a pioneer in Hie one-variety i(In c:mmimity plun, will show tlie value of certilied cotton seed from I the standpoint of increase of riunl- ily and yield per i.crc, additional ( revenue therefrom, using staple charts ii emphasize his viewpoint. 1 I Alfalfa will be Die subject of Mr. SJiropder's booth .showing; returns per acre. United .states grades and standards, varieties, and possibilities of the crop in Mississippi County, Trick Shot A nisi. To 'Perform BIATITEVILLE, CARK.V COURTBB wn Marriage Licenses Tliirty-fmir couples have at. the Bl.vthevillc ollko of (lie county conn, clerk for licenses to wed during (lie past ten days. Names of couples and ministers or oiflcers performing (he ceremony, if listed, follow: Bur»!ec Carter nnrl Miss Dorothy Hester, Ijotii of Csmithcrsville, by Magistrate T. L. Cassidy; John Apjilcton and Miss Essia Lee vow. both cf Manila, by the Rev. S. A. Merrill; Cecil Terrell ami Miss Quilla Harper, both of Hamilton Ma., by Magistrate Cassicly; Thlr- low Lee mid Miss Juimitu Pulton both of Manila, by Magistrate Cas- sicly; Otto Griffin and Miss Fannie Britt, both of Manila, by Magistrate Cassidy. Buddy Harriett, and Miss Grace Pranks, both of Cooler, by Magistrate Cassidy; W. R. Ellis and Miss Hazel Wiibanks, both of Cariitheis- ville. by Magistrate Cassidy; John IT. Ham and Mrs. Molly jcnes, both of Armorel, by Magistrate Cassidy; R. T. Hcnson, of Cooler, and Miss Monravia Kersey, of Kirby, b> Monroe Patterson; Alfred C. North- ciitt nix! Miss Parilce Meadows both of Blylhcvillc. Tom Callnhan and Miss Violet Banders, or Ucll, by J. T. Renfro; Mack Cross and Miss Marcellc Ti-eece, both of Hayti, by Magistrate Cassidy; G. B. Easlou, of Marked Tree, und Mrs. Lizzie Do- Ian, of Claiksville, by Magistrate Cassidy; Charles Drake mid Miss Virginia Richardson, both of Bly- Ihevilie, by Magistrate Cassidy; Herron Gnylord and Miss Velma Hale, both of Stecle, by Magistrate Cassidy. Charley Stanford and Miss Rubyc umiibell, botli of Stecle, by Magistrate Cassidy; Anslon Clark and Miss Liidy Jdmson,' both of Lilbourn, by Magistrate Cassidy; Olen Roberts aiui Miss Pay Sweeten, both of LeachviUe, by Magislratc Cassidy; jp W. Rogers and Miss Hc-ieii JoKCrs. both of Carutliers- vllle. by Magistrate Cassidy; M. T. McCollum and Mrs. Martha Hicks, both of Miiniln, by Magistrate Cassidy, Herman Allgowl niitl Miss Kit- dine Latham, both of Bnlosville. 1)5' Magistrate Cassidy; Hoy I Murphy and Mrs. Bracic Hutclison, both of ArmcreJ, by Magistrate Csssld}-; jKiiics Eden and Mrs. Bessie Shntsov, both of Lcachvillc by Magistrate Cassidy; George Ollsson and Miss Irene Morris, botli of Manila; R. B. Raines and Miss Argle Virncn. botli of Blylhe- ville. by Magislratc Cassidy. Clyde Trull, of Deil. am) Miss Marjovic Starkey. of Jackson, Tenn.; chnrics Rlcliey, cf Dell, and Miss Elda Hunt, of Denton; Curtis Miller, of Caraway, and Miss [•Catherine Hillliouse. of Manila, by Magisti-ate Cassidy: Charley B. Childers and Miss Lncile Johnson, both of Etov.'ah, by E. P. Alston; Goldman Sin-able, of Manila, ami Miss Prances Woodhonse, of Armorel, by Magistrate Cassidy. Bill Stephens and Mis. Ovia Siiaw, both cf Armorel; George Darnell and Miss Virginia DOHIICS. boll) of Manila; Roy Evans and Miss Vela Mae Green, bolh of' Manila; Millis Branscum and Miss Oean -Bnmbolough, both of Ely tlievillc, by Magistrate Cassidy. navid Dndluh. pi.,i,,i „,„( slingshot trick shot champion who will appear u, exhibitions at the Mississippi Comity Pnir hero Tln,r«K.y and Friday, nftfrnoon mid i,l e },t, | s shown above will, his wife <„ one of tlrelr acts. Pistol, Sliu<f Shol. ExpWi To Appear At Fail' As a special entertainment ton- lure of the Mississippi County Bur, an International sling shot Hiampioii and rifle and pistol expert, David Dmllnli, has been secured for exhibitions Thursday afternoon and night and Friday afternooii and nlgltt. • Such feats as shooting electric light bulbs frcm out his wife's mouth, shooting navy beans tossed into the air, bin-tiling two light bulbs tossed into Die air at Ihc same time before they hit the ground, breaking a toy torpedo in 'he air with pellets from slin« shot, shooting a bottle from under an- rlhcr and breaking the top bottle oefore it falls three Inches to the ground and breaking light, bulbs while shooting backward over his shoulder will be included In bis program of performing wllh the rifle, pistol and sling shot. Nationally known. Mr. Dudlnh, who lives in Memphis when he isn't' touring the country on exhibitions or making motion pictures In Hollywooii, was featured In "Look" magazine of May 23 nntl "Life" magazine of July 24 He made a film "Urmsunl Occupations" shown here last fall and another sports short featuring this artist will lie released next month, In the business for 12 years, Mr Dudlah first did (he tricks "just .'or fun" lie snid before he became i professicnal. He and his wife issisUint practice only leu or -fif- teen minutes n day since iiorfcct- h>K the feats. Ui-Uaral world champion for the past ten years, he hns defended Die lltle 17 limes. Welcome Message Goes To Pine Bluff Chief Last year Die chief of ['olice In Pine I3luff sent Blythevllle Police Chief E. A. Rice a telegram in which he said Blythcville lan.s '.vere welcomed but (hat no drinking would be tolerated at the lilylhc- vlllc-l'lne Bluff fcotbull game played in lhal clly. Today. Chief nice sent the pine Bluff chief this telegram; "You are welcome (o iJiyllicvllle. We will do all we can to make you have a wonderful time and to beat you fairly." COLUMBIA, s. c. (UP)—When n 120-pound husband nntl his wife, who weighed 250 pounds, had a little argument over his drinking and selling her dd clothes she didn't mince words, she picked him up, placed him under her arm and walked to police headmmrters. Airplane engineers report, that. Ihe placing of engines In the wings reduce the drag as much as one- fifth. -^PRESCRIPTIONS— Safe - - Accurate Your Prescription Druggist Fowler Drug Co. Main & First Phone 141 Road Ccuricr News \vnnt nds. Wert Optometrist "HE MAKES 'EM SEE" Over Joe Isaacs' Store Phone 540 ITTASKS8ETTSKI Calv^rt the world's largest J selling I whiskey' Says BrilaJn Will Risk Siili- , inavinc Monaco To 1 ransporl Cotlon MKMl'ins. 'JVim.. S0|)l. 2(t. (U!>) —CilV-:u Hrltiiln. bndly In nfed 0[ Amortain (Man for nmimtnclure of ntnumnUlon to carry on Ilio roj-enn wnr, will risk Ihe ttiulcr- UIMIMS of cicrnmn avibiiiarlnes lo trunsiiorl 000,000 bales ncross the Ailumlv, cstlon cx|)orlors Ijo- llove<i uuhiy, 'J'lic exnorters Mild Umt, first shipments or Ilio coUou wlilrli (hn United .states | m . s iwinurkcd for nrllabi in « tarter (...wliiingo / or lln (Did iiibuer | UU | |, Cl , n S i.i 1K t u | P ,i for early next month, linl with wnr nn nciimllty tlicrn niny liiy in sdllHg (|,o sl slnnoil. Under rules of liHernnllonnl )n\v, Ihe cotton cnrxoc.» would IJB gcrent iiimrry once (lie shl|)s leave American irarls and ure on llic nlisli sens. Clcimuny, H was lielle.voxl, wculd mnkc every effort to cnplnro or Kink uijy . S ),)|, s i oiu i c ,| W | t ), Ulc colton n'liclliw BrIUsli or American. "Storks of American coKou In Rnglnml nre very low," wild Cnflcy RoUcrtson, one of Ihe South's lending exporters, "nrilnln is anxious to get those 000,000 bnle.s mid will run ihr. risk of sulimtiriiic.s (o carry llicm liontc." Altliougli the bnrici- nBrccment culled lor the, hvo cotuilrlc.'i lo Pull the Trigger on azy Bowels, and Also Pepsin-ize Stomach! , , . <v « P , lU , vt ' ' s 1 - :ixaliv <-'. liwaue its byr | C |)5ln helps y,,u ,,„!„ ,|,. tl „,„„. u«fliilslniniiclicoi)jIu[| iW |,licili c |.;i, r ,ii vc ScniKi nuivcsyoiir bowclu. Tests wove dii: iwwrofl'cjisinlo.lissolvctlioscliiniiisor uiuligwlcd protein ftxxl which m.wli'icer . icne wakes iiplnzy nerves nml imifclfs in your l»wlslorclicvcyourcoi»ti|Miiim.So SC( . low iiuicli liciicr you fed by takino (l, e asalivc that alsi) puts IVpshi to mirk <m llial slcimach discomfnrl, too. liven finicky children love 1» laslc Iliis plcaiant femily laxative. Buy Dr. Caldivdl's Ijiv- :j(ivc T Scnra with Syrui) Pepsin at yofir A Farmer's Work Is Never Done J'noihUr ,,T'7 in """' (!Ul{ , ( , ;iskR fhl <<- must be finishKl Dctore • |«u her planting scason ro) | s armiml . Ajl[| Sfl [ic he has : ' R '"" ilS ! ' nSS '' )lc acconi P««hcil in Ihc lime m °" C - v >' on . be inaniijreil carefully lo hclu von kcoi) hmgs running smoothly d,,rin K the winter month / *A ml so jourc careful („ handle it uisei.y and economically. We're Kind so many farmers in the lilvllievillc tccrilo-v l !l CheCkin "- CCOUnl in lhc Firef NBllotS I tank ) m ° nc >' nlftrc THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK IN BLYTHEVILLE "The Only National Hank in Mississippi County" MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION share equally In Die shipments Holx-rlson Ix-lleves (hal bernti.w o[ (lie dialled tnterntitlcnivl picture, due lo wnr, lirltnin W lll ngrw lo msport nil t)ie eollon in her SllljM. It was (minted oiil (lint Amerl- cun ships, despite HiLs nutlon's nen- trnllly, would ln> snujerl to sckme by Oennnny, n belligi'ifnt (xiwer since Iliey would foe n'm-ylng u C on-' (nibwul artli'lc. j Oernutnys sou iimvor lie.s wholly In her submarines mid she would liei- ports me Wwkiuted, Slio'Votild •refoN liavi> to sink the ship or lei It «o free, An ulleiDiiih'e iviiild be lo diunp ilu> rotion luio the sen which shippers believe would lip unlikely. Oscar Johnston, president of Iho NatUirn) Cotton C'ouncll, stated Hint lln> war «mild nut disrupt the uiirlor pxcluniitt 1 , "You can iuy to one thing" Johnston .said, -llrlllsh s i,| J)s W lll ne lifter Dmsc liOO.CW) tales cf cotlon nnd I irauldux bo surprised If they Ki't home with |]n> eiitlri cargo," lie said lirltnin j>mljid;ly vvouK use Die c:nwy system In protecting (!K> iililiitiients. Postcard Is Received Just 25 Years Late NIACIAliA l-'Aliba,' Out, (Ul 1 )- I'oitmnster Wtllluin H. I'liemlste recently received n postcard innllw to him from lierne, Swllzerluni! 25 'years nuo, The card >vns sent Ijy llornci Wlinn while ho \vus loiirlnx Unropi In IBM, Thure were no nmrks 01 the card to Imllcnle where U hni spent. Hie lust ((iinrlvr of « century THOSE PRINCE ALBERT TESTS TELL ME HOW TO GET WHAT! RKH-TAJTINC, f UlL- BOP1ED SMOKES THAT ARE COOl, Efljy ON THE MOUTH! Roll-Your-Owners! Get in on this Tobacco News— P.A. Smokes 86 Degrees. than the average of the 3O other of the largest- selling tobaccos compared in laboratory "smoking bowl" tests—coolest of all! • Roll-your-owners who kno\v the beating their mouths take from over-hot smokes will cheer for this news. Lnbornlory ex- perls determined the COOLEST-SMOKING tobacco among 31 of (l le largest sellers. Printed records show that PRINCE ALBERT SMOKED 86 DEGREES COOLER, as above. Thai's a tip [o rolj-your- cwners. P.A.'s choice tobaccos, "crimp cut" nntl "no-bite" treated, smoke COOL, mellow — roll cosier, (aster, neater, too! I PAGE THRBH AT THE MISSISSIPPI COUNTY Sport of the Old West—maJe famous by the cowboys and cowgirls vicing against one another in bronco busting, calf roping, bull <Wgi»B, steer riding, roping, shooting, plain and fancy riding—increasing the tempo until amazing feats came to characterize the events and make the Rodeo one of America's most entertaining and thrilling events. Including beautiful saddle horses, trained horses, wild horses, steers, calves, bulls, mules and ponies. Including some of the best known names in the game, and some of Rodeo's best performers. • Real First Americans In Full Regalia TUESDAY mm Thru Produced By BISMARK, NORTH DAKOTA and direct from Michigan State Fair THE NATIONAL JOY SMOKE Wednesday & Thursday flights Sec Your Pine Ridge Favorilc.s on Hie Stago. I.auirh With ami al Them. Enjoy Their Music, Songs ;ititl Jokes, All Under (he Personal Direction of Vaughn Hicliardsott. . Adulls 25c at Gates—Children Free at Gates

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