The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 26, 1939 · Page 5
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TUESDAY, SKPTttMJJi'IU Arnold PhllUiis, Arnold Pliilllns. Many Competitive Events Slaged At Manila Com- muuily Fail- MANILA. Ark.. Sept. 26'.—Results of (lie competitive events al the Manila c:mnuinity fair last, week follow: Winners of firsl, second, and third place in ten ears white corn: W. O. Mcrilock. Kennelli Matlheus, . . , Arnold Phillips; corn — Woodrow ten ears Coiinls, , yellow Arnold , Pliillips. W. O. Medlock. Stalk cotton with most mature bolls— Kenneth Matthews. Best gallcn pea- luits — Woodrow Counts, Kenneth Mattheas, Arnold !>])j!|j|>s, Best block .soybean liay—Antold Pliillips, netli Mattheiis, Best gallon pca- peitez.i hay — Kenneth Matlucus, Arnold Phillips. Tallest stalk corn —Arnold Phillips, Kcnnctl! Mal- thcus. Largest pumpkin— Kenneth r.Initlieiis, Virgiiihi Love. Uest five apples— Opal Love. Kathlene Mcd- lock. W. O. Medloctc. Enst mixed veBctable display— Arnold Phillips. Bebt display twelve ears roasting coni ....... Amcld l'hillt|)s. Best one- half gnllon cucumbers- — Arnokt i Phillips. Best one dozen tomatoes- Arnold Phillips. Best peek Irish potatoes, red— Mrs. J. C. Love,! Opal Love. Best peck Irish potatoes, wbile—W. O. Wedlock, Katli- Ictie Medlock. Uest peck sweet, potatoes— W. O. Medlock. Kathleer Mcdl:ck. Best Kershcw pumpkin— Melva Threlkeld. Virginia Love Best, pen olrt chickens— Arnok Phillips. Best pen young chickens-C. w. Tipton. Arnold Phillips, Vif- Binia Love. Best hens— Jack Tipton first and second. Best cockeiel— Billy Green. Kenneth Mattlicus Best inillefs— Dilly Green, Jack Tipton, Jack Tipton. Best dozen eggs— Gpnl Love. Best Hereford bull over two years— Rilcy Dunkm Be.st suckling calf— W. L. Tatum Best Jersey bull tinder two years- Arnold Phillips. Best Jersey fe male under two years— Aniold' Phillips. Best Jersey female over two years— W. W. Fowler. Arnold Phillips, W. L-. Tatum, Grand champ ion female— Aniold Phillips. Best aged boar— Joe Donncr. Best team mules — John -jiiasteen. In the Home Economics department: Center piece, third place- Mrs. C. L. flushes. Pillow cases- Mrs. O. L. Hughes, Mrs. Tatum Bullet set. third place— Mis. a. L. Hughes. Luncheon set, third place —Mrs. Rosy Caraway. Qullt--pieced —Mrs. J. W. Newton. Mrs. Tom Phillips. Mrs. J. W. NewUn. Bed spreads-crocheted— Mrs. Rosie Caraway, Mrs. C. b. Hughes. Qiiilt- appliqueri— Mrs. P. E. Ho'.vell. Home made soap — Mrs,. Bessie McCullough. Flower disphiy.dahlias— Mrs. C. L. Hughes, third, Mrs. C. L,. Hughes. Other flowers— Mrs. C. L. Hughes, second, Mrs. C. L. Hughes. Pajamas, third prize -Helen Jean King. Crocheted purse— Mrs. Rosie Caraway. Tea towels, third— Paul- i.ne Shaw. Hand towels, third- Pauline Shaw. Peach and pineapple conserve- Mrs. Tom Phillips. Wa- termellon preserves— Mrs. Don Tatum. Pear preserves— Mrs. J. O. Love. Strawberry preserves— Mrs. Tern Phillips. Best collection of jellies— Mrs. J, C. Love, Emily Jolliff, second. Cucumber pickles- Emily jolliff, first and second. Pickle pepper — Melba Threlkeld, Mrs. Flora Tipton. Best relish- Sirs. on Tatum. Mrs. J. C. Love Emily Jolliff. Best collection canned meat.'; — Mrs. Tom Phillips. Pictures display— Mrs. F. E. Howcll, lips, Mrs. Flora Tipton, liesl quart stringed beans — Melva Thrclkeld, third place — Mrs. Tom Phillips, second. Best quart tomatoes—Mrs. Tom Phillips, Mrs. Tom Phillips, Mrs. Tom Pliillips. Best quart baby Tom Gene Matthews. JJesl quart pens—Mrs. Ociie Matthews, Melvn Threlkeld, Melva Threlkeld. Best quart, corn, thivii plnce—Mrs. Tom Phillips. Spinach—Melva Threlkeld. Field ]wis—Melra Tlirolkeld. Best thews, Mrs. Tom Phillips. Melra Thre))te!d. Apples—Mrs. J. c. Love. Phillips, Mrs. Tom Phillips, lllnck- bonles—Melva Threlkeld—Mrs. J. C. Love, Helen Jenn King. Boysen berries — Mrs. Tom Phillips, Mrs. sToin Phillips. Kraut — Mrs Tom Phllilps, Mrs. Flora Tipton, third. | Spceinl features o[ the two ciays entertainment were the display of registered Duroc hogs owned by A. V. Barker o; iilylheviiic; the display of tractors, trucks, and plnnl- BLYTHBVILL13, (ARK.) GOUIUEK NEWS ers mid agricultural picture snow by the Delta Ini))lcmcnts Coinpnny of Blythcvlllc; display of Funk's O-Hybrld seed corn by Uolta S«etl Cc.; Softball game between Manila Llous Club mid Manila hlgli school, won by school nine to nothing. Cllmnx of the fcstlcnl was the parade of nine beauties. Winner was Miss Lurlinc Hutton, crownett ttuifcn of the fair and iwAnlcd n bcHUtltnl loving cup. A|ipioxlnialcly 300 pieces of muter in one form or another arc iiscrt In the average new cur. National Guard Baml'To Perform At County Fair Working on uic assumption Umt |»o &l\ow is complete wllhoul n bund, Die lOOIli coosl urtlllety wind of /Utmisns Niilloim! cu'uari nns nccriitcd un Invitation li> give r. concert ni (he Mississippi Comity Futi- Wcdncsdny ndcrnoou nml nlBhl. The 50-p!ece band, members of WHICH nrc from Mnrlamin, Ark., nml other points ncnr Uiul city, arrive here lonlglu. Tl)ej- will iwr- tlclimlc t« l!ie ihoel imraclo W«t- ni'5(l*y morning prior (o the con- fM <U the toll-grounds, n .™ s If toe kind's nrsl visit to niylhevlllo. AssUlllig tli« fair of- Jlclnls In plnying hosts lo (lie members will tic members of Com- pnny M, Mississippi county Nn- llpmil Citiiwl Unll \Vlioii llglitiiiiij. s t,.| k( ; s iu ^mi II fuses together Ihc snml pnrilclcs Into \Uiat la known ns n fulgurite. ••COURTS t-ouls E. Wilson lii»s nied tult In chancery cftuit here swliist Alton Wilson asking R dfrorce on tl>o ground of three yesrg Mn»r»- lon, Hovwird.Mnycs of Lcaelwlllc Is attorney lor the plaliUlff. Mrs. Luln Cliimmons seeks n divorce from Albeit, atunmons, almrglng desertion. Percy A. Wright Is her attorney. Mrs, Elsie Morris Is seeking n dlvopct from Arthur Morris on grfcund of desertion. Oeorga w- B«rham «nd J, Graham SudbUfir are her attorntys. f» _Rfad Coorltr Ntm irant »dt.cj J. L. GUARD Optoractnst Only Ondute O»Ume- trlct la BiyUwrllte. , GUue* Fitted CimtUr Everything for your enter- tainmcnt unil comfort. Watch Society P*|e (M Courier Newi Ftr Free Show Gueiri TUESDAY PAL MATINEE & NMGHT Admitted for Hie 1'ricc of ] Say "Make-Mine Cream" ...amlsecwhyCrc-atnof Kentucky is Ihc largest selling straight liourbon Whiskey in the World! DECLARED ON ENTIRE STOCK USED CARS-TRUCKS Buc to the large volume of new cars sold during the last 90 days we find ourselves loaded with used cars and trucks. We : ftm sold all our 1939 new cars and in order to get ready for our 1840 new cars, which will be here October 14th. Also selected Admission Matinee Niglil IGc shuris lOo & 2Gu 3Gc Weds, - Thurs. EOWABO SMMl „„„,„ Ihs Alexander Ouraor Cfo»ic Also I'araiiiniint News &"Cum«ly Admission M»lincc We & Nigilt 10B ft 36c S 5 S S 5 § Friday, Sept, 29 !25 Sood Reasons Why You Should A 11. u n <) Aliitincc or Night s 5. s § § s MOVE OUR STOCK OF USED CARS REGARDLESS OF PRICE — Used Cars and Trucks— 60 All makes and models-All size Trucks-All Reconditioned-Tires Good-Ready to do NOWTHIS USED CAR STOCK HAS DRIVEN M LITTLE CRAZY Enough To Repeat The Greatest offer Ever Made Maybe you have a car or truck that doesn't meet your needs but we could use to better ad- vanjage than one we have that you need, therefore we could trade equal values/even trade. ' Ve a real !fadc on OXY Mallni-rs Frl.-SaL-Sun. Admission alirayi l(|c & 2Rc Tue.-Wed.-Thur, PAL NIGHTS "CASH WORKS WONDERS" Seve before could you take cash and buy such bargains. We need money to pay our debts. for $385; a as Good ft FSOOf .. . COfVnGHT )9.», SCHENlrY DISIIIUSS CORFORAIIOM, NEW VOSK CI1Y 2 ntlinillM fnr Hip nriri> of ] JAMES mm mm CHECK THIS LIST-ALL CARS HAVE 245-1937 Plymouth Sedan, Motor 313A-Ford Tudor, "60" Model. Very clean. A real buy. 382-1934 Ford Tudor, A better car than age would tell. See it. 385—1938 Terraplane Sedan, We traded for this one right. See the price. 410—1936 Chevrolet Coupe, This one perfect. You have to see it to believe how good. •413-1937 Chevrolet Tudor, This' car owned by party in town. Looks and drives like new. 414—1938 Chevrolet Coupe, Black for only * 465 «• 1938 * completely overhauled, tires. Black color. 303—1937 Chevrolet Coupe, Black Duco. Clean inside, and out A good buy. 308—1937 Ford Tudor. Seat covers, Motor O.K..Miles of good service. 350-1936 Chevrolet Sedan, Standard four-door sedan. A real buy . . . Buy it! 368-1937 Dodge Sedan, New paint. Real good tires. Clean inside ... See it! 372—193.8 Chevrolet Sedan, City car. Driven very little, A wonderful buy. STOCK NUMBERS ON WINDSHIELD , Duco Color. Seat covers. Nearly new tires. 422—1938 Ford Tudor, "85" model deluxe. Checked 0. K. in every way. 270-1937 G.M.C. i Ton, Panel truck. Reconditioned. New Paint. 309—1937 International i Ton, Pick-up. Long wheel base. Just right for cotton hauling. 323A—1937 Dodge | Ton Pick-up, New black paint. 0. K. for real service, 357—Chevrolet \ Ton Pick-up, New paint. Motor reconditioned. 406-1938 Chevrolet U Ton, Long wheel base. 12 fool stake body. 32x6 dual tires. 379—Ford J2 Ton Stake Body, Low mileage. Motor 0. K. 417—1938 International | Ton, Long wheel base. 32x6 dual tires. A real value. 421-1938 G.M.C. 1| Ton Truck, 2 speed rear axle. 7.50x20 tires. 427—1939 Chevrolet { Ton Pickup, Green paint Good value. 201—1936 Chevrolet \\ .Ton Truck, Motor reconditioned. 7.50x20 tires. 234-1937 Ford 1 Ton Truck, . . 32x6 tires. Motor O.K, 331—1937 Chevrolet H Ton Truck, Motor 0. K. 7.50x20 dual tires. Stake body. BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. T TTTT P PWFWDfYT rrn v^i/V lull iLiL ^ri£iVKULJL1 CO. • T T» K T>rr • ' • PHONE 633 OPEN NIGHTS •

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