The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 28, 1939 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 28, 1939
Page 5
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THUKSDAV, .SEl'TKMBGK 28, BLVfUBVILLIB, (AUK.) COUBIISK NJSW8 Generals Of Europe Plot the Strategy Of Warfare-- ^W&^'immm&mmammmafmusm ^^^^^^^^..^^..^ "•' Britain's war chiefs-General Sir Edmund Ironside, left, chief o! defense stnff, mid General the Vlacoiiut Gort, commander of lieltl forccs-iu strategy huddle al London office. They study map ol western /rout, where English are reported to have joined French attack into Germany. Photo was cabled from London lo New York .U German general heiHliuuirters •s in secret spot on Polish front, Nazi minima lenders i>lol the uiim-k ™,Gci, Wimehn Keilcl, center, supreme conrnn-Ucr. „„., .end, h, hand.' other' , Z. 1,f « ± ,« ndd Ma, sll a, i^nnann Goer,,,, and ^hrcr At lo,r M.tle, .« r,Icdt Nelv' Z (jcriin. • » • But the Common Soldiers Suffer the ^Consequences Accordin ? to caption on picture, radioed from Berlin to Ncv York Ihifi ts wreckage of British tomber. shot down by Nazis near V'.'il- liclmsliavni naval base. German ttoopers examine one of the broken wings, in background is the .shattered fuselage Na., Infantrymen storm Polish machine gun ne.t.s In suburb of lo InfommlKn nc . companying O bo»c pictured radio irumKilwlon t.'o.n Berlin to New yortt. Note clly tro.loy CB rs German army dispatch claim., capiuj of Poland has been completely enclrelc.l l,y invadqr.% Kib(nnuj on three fronts defcn.lng town has been wiped out. Ciub Exhibits Reflect Work Of Boys, Girls That boys and aiils r.rc learning to sew. cook and make things is prcvcd by the high type displu.v.s shown at the Mississippi County Fair which include work done by the -1-H clubs, Future Farmers of America, home economics students and vocalic mil agriculture students of this section. Yarbro. Urown and Armorc! 4-H clubs have small individual exhibits while the remainder of Die 2-1 clubs which entered the competition ar- rauycd their display tcgcthcr. A •!-H emblem of Ihc four "It's" which is electrically lighted marks this booth in the main exhibit building. btnrter.ts of schools al Keiser. Blythr.vlllf. Luxora. Joiner and Dell selected Ibeir best clcdiimf, kitchen products and other handwork for the home economic display ^hilc the boys their \vcod work and examples of their vocational agriculture classes. Blylhcvillc. Shawnnc, Dell and Monctle .schools entered ll!c ogri- ciiHinc ccntc.'d with a joint display fcr coitifjctitivc entries. The 'Future Farmers of America of schools at Manila. Lcaclivillc, Wilson and Luxorn, displayed their shop and farm wcrk. Man, Woman Sealed In Casket Of Ice A new feature added yesterday to the entertainment program'cf the Mississippi County Fair, which opened Tuesday night, i s tlic man and woman who stayed scaled in an l80J-poimd cake of ice for as long as six hcurs. .Mr. and Mrs. jnck Thompson who hare been performing al the Ncv York World's Fair this summer, each do the almost unbelievable stunt cncc each day. Ifolocr of the world's record which iie made at. the New York' fair in the early summer. 27-year- j old Mr. Thompson has been v.ortc- i in<? at this unusual cccunaiion for j ths; past seven years while his wile I tirst, learned the work IB months ago. •' . j ihe casket of ice is furnished byj a local ice company, according to I Mr. Thompson, who said there Is i nt> trick about the stunt. "You can i feel me as 1 am being put in there] and yon can 1 sec 'me'lying there.' It is a case of human endurance which v.-c have learned," he said. Give Demonstration In Mattress Making H you want tc learn lo make a mat tress, visit the Mississippi County fair. One is being made there each day except Sunday in a free demonstration sponsored by the home demonstration agents. The demcnstration is bcinn held al -.he entrance of the main exhibit building, inside the building there is a mattress on display-to illustrate thp finished product mid the supervisor in charge is'explain- ing cost and method of making the mattress. This Is beinj; done as a part if the campaign t; use more cotton. Three State Police Now Stationed Here With the arrival of Howard Archer, new state highway i>oliccman who has been appointed to pntrol ]Iigh«'ay 61 in this district, tlieic will! be three members of the state pnlicc headquartered in Blylhcvilllc . Mr. Archer, the son of William K. Archer of Walnnl nidge who was formerly sheriff cf Lawrence County, nnri his family v/111 mavc here tomorrow! It is understood that-Mr. Archer will patrol the highway frcm West, Memphis, lo the Missouri state line, five miles north of Blythevillc. Eugene' Dickinson, who is also n stale highway policeman, will again be stalicncd here after having been doing work In olhcr parts of the state but, his specific duties have :iot been announced. i * ' Eddie D. David, who forjnerly pa- trollctl the highway but ujio rc- :cntly was-transferred lo the Job 3f suprrvlsing paroled convicts in this district, will continue lo be iea<l<ni«rtcred here. . Clyde Barker, who has been deputy sheriff nt Keiser tcr a number )f years and who recently was ap- lointed a state policeman, will be tationcd at I'aycttcvillc. Oiiicials From Seven Towns Visit Fairj Fourteen mayors and other- olli- :ials from seven towns of Norlh- :ast Arkansas and Southeast Mis-,, scuri. were here .yesterday when I Mayor Murion Willimns nnd (en other city offlciiils «cre hosts for entertainment at the Mississippi County Fair. Towns rcpiescntcd were Mnnlln, Caniihcrgvlne, Hnvtl. Holland, Dell, Cscccla and u-ncliville. After viewing the exhibits, the party attended the rodeo and Inter had supper on (he grounds. The midway nnd the Pine Ridge Follies were on the program for last nUjht, A thunder cloud i:i nlcctiicully charged, bolii negatively and positively, with • the negative pole nearer the ground. • • , NU-WA Laundry-Cleaners Phone 180 For Prompt Laundry and Cleaning. ServleV PAGE FIY* •' COURTS Wnlkei- of.Itollnml was on a clHHuo of leaving; tlio sccno of an accident. He Is alleged to luwe ten driver of n truck which collided with —15 There wore fewer cars'on thf highways during 1838, but tin?;*' opeiatcd were, on an average? driven 2 per cent farther than iiv the previous your. " « Head Ccurier News vanl ads. ENDoi SPECIALS at PENNEY'S ,,,,ii, r uieni point for Ollr » irk<(M ' h - 1 ' nrlk>lcs in lhis il(l «'• l )na r'"' e W »V WJKK iwywlien;.' tlclr rtuter mst SALE I'UICKS! .FROM the WO MEN'S SIDE I'i.i'l \ViwI, l)oul>k' BLANKETS 1.49, TO".N80" dill IHMI si™. .Not Im I ban 5% wool; wiml » bar- Rnlii i\t (lits low iirlcc! Uc- tm-inliur—these arc pluld double blinilietfil Col Ion Si null 1 BLANKETS 4,4 e & . HuiiiUlnl imslcl ]ih\lds! Made from line quality cotton! You'll want, several of these! I'arl Wool Hmglu BLANKETS 79c Ka. 70".v«0" [ilnlds! Not less than y.'c pure virgin ivooll Saicen bound niul deeply napped' Hurry—these will sell fasti THERE'S NO TIME LIMIT ON THESE ITEMS Hat in SLIPS 55c Dolitjy weave on lustrous niyan satin! Full Olns-cut lor perfect nil Compare them! Unusual valuel 1,attics' Ituum-li'il KID GLOVES 1.00 1'r. If yon an; iicciislotned lo paylii; ja for klil stoves, we Diesel We're closing out 100 pair in fall colors and styles, fmpmlcd Onnun and 13el- leathers I GOWNS 39c UdlcM Even extra sUcs nl tills low price. Warm good iiunlily flmmclctte In solid colors and slrl|ics! Full cut. 15s-20s. FROM the MEN'S SSO Mmi's Winter UNION SUITS 47c Knit of sturdiest ynnml Full cut staiidnrd slurs. Loni! sleeves, ankle length. You'll he amancd at the tremendous burgaln we'ro ollarhii! you I Sc Here's a red-hot feature! Rill cut broHdcloth sllorls.- Swlus i-lbbcd undershirts! Oral) 'em while they Inst! (Joys' Wintqr UNION SUITS 3Sc Long sleeve, unkle length. 1 tftavy, ribbed cotton' Cul to gcvornmcnl standard skeiil Sizes U lo 10! Made for long, hard wear! CHECK OUR PRICES AGAINST OTHERS 7 SO-CflLL- ED SALE PRICES! Men's lilankcL JUMPERS 1.4,9 I'Mincy's famous Ox Hidas! Tonsil as your overalls Triplu Mftchcd nnd barlackcd! Fully lined—body and .slocve.s- witli heavy 50V- wool hlnn- kct cloth! CoHluroy turn-up collar! WORK SOCKS 5c 1'r. flcuvy, rockford' .stylr; work sucks! l)ny a dozen al this barjaln price! en's .Sti[icr O.vltitle OVERALLS 69c 8-o.mce. snnforizcd shrank denim! Triple .stitched, bai>- lacked!. The overall .'.cma- lion of the year' Hoys' .Sizes ............ ,.U)u 'w^m/R^Hum, GIFT OF Krsisl:r nun- imil jrl vnur frrr ,rt / ^^ A> Krgisl:r iwv am! %?l your frcr of n>cii5\irh\s spoons .it i'cwcr's E\hiuil. stinghouse Electric Food Mixer r OF faU« KM^att TO . one of Mose "W serves and who reyislers ctt the'Ark-Mo Power Company s HOOTH ai the MISSISSIPPI COUNTY FAIR Full particulars us to how you may obtain this Electric rood Mixer you gt thy booth, fi. SET OF Measuring Spoons JT JT6< TO EACH CUSTOMER WHO REGISTERS AT OUR BOOTH!! WHILE THEY LAST! [H? yi fe> V^i ARKANSAS-MISSOURI POWER CORP. IIf I -A • <? • /? X>/ r, d/tcc<'i<c c>e^</<c<J .yd (^fteotJ BE SURE TO VISIT THE lississippi Cqutity This week.

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