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

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 3, 1939
Page 3
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TUESDAY,-OCTOBER : 3, W39 (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGR THREE 1 )' Missouri Back May Lead Team To Big Six Pinnacle Scene From 'Night Must Fall' Reduce Rate On HOLC HOLD EVERYTHING - By Clyde Lewis Home Purchase Han By JOH 1IKARST KANSAS CITY, Mo., Oct. 3 (UP> Paul Christman, who admits he can't thread a needle with a football but who can lilt the outstretched arms of a running Icam- matc with great ease, is shpwnt signs of living up to pro-season predictions that he is one of ine best backs In the country, Christman was a fine' back nt the University of Missouri in his sophomore year and tills season he shews- signs of accelerating the. pace by combining a running attack with his aerial wor'K. He also cnn punt—making him a triple threater. Whether Chrislman, Hanked hy Jim Starmer, Bob Faurot and Bill Cunningham in the backfjeld and protected - up forward by a good line and a pair of flue ends in Ihc Orf Iwlns—Bud and Bob- can lead) A scene from the Liltlc TliciUWs nrotlucllon. ->' "Night Must Fall" which opens Hits ym'.s Wednesday night is pictured above. It will be given at the city auditorium nt rielil o'clock. Sfindir"- Miss Ulfzatetli McLean, Miss Laura Ha'.c. Ralph Farrar, James Hoy. Seated: °MI;: S Helen Louise Shaver, Mrs. R. F, KIrshncr, Bill Chnmblin and Mrs. Clinrics Morchcatl, •K lust Monday, nil h6me: owned |jy the llom<> Owners' Loan Corporation nro new sold on oon- Iracls ciUTyhix a ill i>cr com Interest, rnte Insleud of llic previous low into of 5 per cent. Otherwise, HOLC terms will remain llii; same, accordlnu I: Mr It. P. Mllwce, Arkansas stale mnn- uiier ut tin 1 Home Owner:;' Loan CorpomUon, Homes ran he pur chased Kr do,\n payments us low us 10 |iur cent, with the Ixdanet. ninoi'llr.'il over periods n:; Ion;; Id years. "This nieiim one of the lies coutinctr, iitinic buyers ever hnv lieeu <norecl," si\Ul Mr. Milwre means ilml u home seeker with comiimiiUvcly bnmll ainotint o( cash enn pny off iv $3.000 Ijnlunre In 15 yours by monthly payments of $22.0!>. A $-1,000 Icttll fid) he llqtiichitfil nt. Ihc rnte cf $30,00 prr inoiUh-SI.Oo for each Sl.OOO of his lonu. UiKlor Hie. regulations Inld down by Die Corporal): 11, homes cnn Uo soltl only lit , fnlr nr.ukcl prices; none ol (hem will bo 'sncrlflceil* to niftke n sule. liul Ihcy nil represent sound vnhies nntl mtsl of . them have been repaired and niodoin- die Minnesota is doubtful. In ilie lirsl conference game couple of To Hold Barbecue Dislocates Shoulder In Freak Accident may turn Chrislman accounted for 18 of tiie | cut to be a terrible headache for points. Hitting the line, he aver-j.the rest of the conference, goes aged hotter than five yards on.l into high gear each of 10 tries. In addition, he against Marquette of the Half Moon Methodist church. Proceeds will go to the fund to conference. completed seven of, his . 19 passf-s Coach Wes Fry for 105 yards. Saturday, Missouri plays Ohio ' Stale nt Columbus, a j game that should provide a real T? line on the MisKoiirians. ' The other Big Six teams favoi-- ed to form the top half of the conference standings had tics with teams that probably were not as formidable as those they meet this Saturday. Oklahoma, unbeaten champions of the conference last season, fumbled too often and Southern Methodist picked up the ball lo get a 7-7 tie, Nebraska, on the comeback trail, worked from behind to get a similar tie 'with Indiana cf the Big Ten, This Saturday OKlahonui goes against Northwestern at Evanston and by then Coach Tom Stidham hopes to have shown his sophomore stars. Jack Jacobs and Orv Matthews, how to handle the hall Both played brilliantly al times last Saturday but fumbled at critical moments. Nebraska; is'; ,deP,Wtely on the wny back tml ', f w\i *tlieP'1 1-~ cah v lian- Pi-iday night! complete the church. at Milwaukee. I -^ did considerable| Va'uglm Cablcton, 20, of Tomato, dislocated his left shoulder late yesterday afternocn when he picked up a suck of beans and threw it over his shoulder lo carry the load. The ypulh was given emergency treatment at the Walls hospital anil was able to return home last i nisht. 'won'Auto Horn Recognized, ,iv.ed lo phice them In the best possible .shape to nllract, home seekers," When 1IOI.C sales contraets me •ompletcd, ni'rniiucinent.s urn nintlc 'or tlie payment, of nil taxes nnd isses.smi'nts on « monthly basis, to Iminatc the mennec and co3L of ,t\x delinquencies, nccordlng lo Mr. Wihvee, "HOI.C snlcs have exceeded nil expectations," said Mr. Mllwcc. 8>7 hcmre have Uccn sold in Arkansas durlne llu! past 24 months. The reduction ill the HOLC interest, rule lo 4!-i per cent should prove n decisive faclor in speeding sales In Ihc future. experimenting as his team ensily from .the Ft. Hays Tonchers 1 tn Saturday nnd did not even a e t| his star, Elmer Hackney, wnrmed '• up. Hackney, a fullback, is con-' BERLIN, N. J. t.UP)-The. ears of Fkleretl the best line buster in the Prank J. While caused the round: up of a gang of 'petty aul:mobile thieves near here. White had a set of twin horns and n spare tire stolen from Ills automobile while parked In (rent of his home in Pine Hill. Twenty- four hours laler he recognized the sound cf his horns on a passing Theft Ring Smashed Prbonar Misses Trial When Cell Lock Jams Mrs. George Shamlin Receives Food Mixer or Ihc 472 customers who registered at the Arkansas-Missouri' vehicle. P:wer corporation exhibit at, the I He notified State Police who ar- "Somclliinj*, tells inc. 1 sluuildn started 'Hissing in that Calved is the / world's largest selling 1 whiskey! Old Papal University To Be State Archive Mississippi County pair, Mrs. George Shamlin, 309 Dougan avenue, was the one who received a $23 electric food mixer. Many rural people who did not- 'register since they were not customers of the local electric service company displayed interest in the electrical appliances on display now that they have electricity available, '>• rested the driver. 'Hie driver im- jlicale'd several others as his companions In a scries of Camdcn Ccunty thefts. MONTGOMERY, Ala. (Ul'J— Police had to take a cold chisel am hammer to get E. N. Walker on of Jail. Walker was charged will disorderly conduct, but couldn't appear before Judge John B. Scott because the lock on his cell would not work. Police finally cut the lock, but it was too late for that day's session and the ease v.'ns re-set. :.Read .Courier' News Vant ads. ROME <UP)-^Thc ancient Papal University of Koine, built In the 15lh cenlury, which for many years had Ir.used various faculties of-lhe University of Home, will lie used as a stale archive. The "Saplen/a" as It was callec was deserted by students when the Rome University City was built h 1935. Library Drive Is Nearing $600 Goal The annual drive of the Ulylhc- vllle Library Association Is expect 1 eel lo be completed tomorrow with $-100 of the SGOO budget raised up mill neon toilay, according to Mrs. U. W. Atfllck, chairman. Memberships, sold at two tlol- air. each, may be sent to the lib- •ary If all prospective members arc lot seen by a member of the com littee. Although Hie library association operates on the very low budget ol $000 annually, which allows for the —PRESCRIPTIONS— Snfc - - Accurate Your Proscription Druggist Fowler Drug Co. Main & First Phone 141 urehasc of some books, many ime can be secured If more money raised, It has been pointed out y the workers. Assisting Mrs. Affllck are Oscar 'cndler, C. A. Oimnlnghinn, Mrs. Marlon Williams, Mrs. Ulxle Craw 'ord, MIJ. Jesse Taylor and Mrs. .loyd Stlekmon. GUARANTEED SATISFACTION ON Funuim Oil Slovo OH Diesel Fuel Tructor Fuel R.C.FftRR I'lumcs: Dny Mil, Niflil 218 Distributor of I'MII.UPS "CO" PRODUCTS Culvert "Kacne"-aimitKa wtmKM—90 I'ron/— 65% Grain Ntttlml Spirits. Calrert "S/imal" nLKHDKn 'truism'—90. Proof— 12Vi% C'ram A'rafra ( Spirits. Copr. , lOWCah'M Distillers Corp. .New York City. J. L. GUARD Optometrist Only Graduate Optome- (rist in Blythevlllt Glasses Fitted Correctly FRIEN ning power vs. pitching skill when gio and "Bucky" Walters meet face the World Series. But they agree smoking — theyVe both Camel fans! After The Crops Are In . . . when the cotton, corn, peas and jiotatnes have been gathered there's a little more lime for gooil neighbors to gel together. And when (hey do, Hie talk is likely to turn upon the prices received tor (he produce they sold. Proceeds may or may not have measured up lo expectations, hut a large percentage of farmers in (he Blythcville territory have learned that these proceeds may he handled more safely and conveniently when placed in a First National checking account. We hope that you too will make use of this timesaving service—liy opening your account with us this Fall. THE FIRST NATIONAL- IN BLYTHEVILLE "The Only Rational Bank in Mississippi County" MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION LEADING BOTH LEAGUES in hitting — ihc great Joe DiMaggio. Can ''liucky" Walters Slop him? Joe's a tough customer any old hand at this World Scries business...been in three World Scries...batting for an average of .301. And Joe's a stone wall on the defense. Whether Joe or "Ducky" comes out on top, a'Camel fan wins either way. "I'm often asked about my favorite cigarette brand," Joe says. "Well, it's Camels. Camels ate long- burning. They give me the economy of extra smoking per pack—a real saving if you're a steady smoker like I am-thcy'rc milder, with a hearty flavor. Td walk a mile for a Caniell'" "1UCKY" WAITERS...No. 1 pitcher of the National League ... a hitter likely at any time to win his own ball game in the batter's box.;.It will be one of the big moments in the history of baseball when Walters and the Cincinnati Reds meet Joe DiMaggio and his New York Yankee team-mates. "Uucky" calls himself a "dyed-in-the- wool Camel fan." Tie says: "I've never found any other br.ind-at any price- that gives me anything like the downright smoking enjoyment that ! get from Camels. Boy, do they tasie good nflcr a long, hard game! Camels burn longer, and that means a nice bonus of extra smokes in every pack." SAVE ON THE COST OF THE STATE CIGARETTE TAX Smokers who-live in communities where certain state cigarette taxes ore in cffccl can save the cost ol the tax —and, in some instances, trnre — through smoking.Camels, tt fantl at left.) When you ore a (.ointl smoker, you get this unique economy — and «H the extra enjoyment of cooler, milder smoking— the fragrance «nc3 delicate taste of finer, more costly tohaccos. Camels LONG-BURNING COSTLIER TOBACCOS

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