The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 13, 1936 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 13, 1936
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THURSDAY, AUGUST IS, 1936 ULYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS i-oi^n lcllftC 'rvr> Al-»V>/\rt T-Tnc IPC fYDDOlt ilclS O For Actors as Good Company i'im-1 Uiiuks rs-. So let him It'll v.'hat he a.!iwij( actors in his own .. ..-.iihle niL'iitvillty lie partly nn original herit- and imily ihe result of en- bring good prices due to tlie drouth thai has damaged vcgclnblc crops In many parts of the middle west. Cro|js, such us spinach, beets, carrots, late tomnloes, iwllsiies, beam, kale, muslurd nnd turnips \vlll thrive iu Hie [uli and imiy give good returns after Hie droulh Urcnks and the full rains begin, tic- coidlng lo Claude Wooisey, extension horticulturist, University of Arkansas college of agrlcullwc. Tlie land should be prepared now, and the seed and fertilizer secured. Mr. \VccIse-y advises. W'.iea the time is siilluule utter a sho\v- cr, tlie seed should be planted, especially t.-.osc crops requiring a aeh mui radishes, should us phint- c<l in into August or early September. They will s tnnd considerable liosl, and will B row well In Hie coaler seasons of the year. If Ihe hydrogen In n teaspoonfc! of walcr is convened Into helium iiboui 100,OUO kilowatt hours cl energy, or Slo.COO worth of elec- lili'ul finrein. Is sel free. A hummingbird has n imipor- tloiiiitely Inruer brain than lunnnn beings, Its lirulii is one-twelfth u\ its body wviuht; a man's Is only one-thiriy-tirih. '•V (JKOJUIH ARHOTT NEW YOliK. Aug. 12. — F am > if I had 10 be stranded on 3 Recently I lm« nn opportunity of seeing what might almost be "it' Hnii'i withmembers"of any c ' ullcii a laboratory along lines, accounting, yertian , ijr this article. j I v>ent 10 London .iboard tr. 1 ; I-uvoiiln, inking a east of eighteen aelors and actresses now ri^pj.ii-j ing in ihe London company of "Hoy Meets Oirl." We couiiH'Lscil roughly about one-eighth of lli'j cabin im.ssenyer Antl if i:ri)Ii" p :iou. I should pick nct- '••' — iu:d, of course, actresses. Tliov tiro t:ood company, nmcli !•'! lor ihii'i (jrncrnlly supposed; M:<y snrptf c e you, they nmiire yen and they are l!<e life of the] potty. Fcr years we have heard nnd nt>ui! n character In theaters I'licl In liction. who lias been fcntnvii best, us a ham. He luis bcon rie'Ti'lbcd as a conceited Jliiflrd-shirt, a clieap, egocentric 'Huso ctiaraclers rcapjiear sf> rften Unit rjiie would be justinccl in iKSKinliu! that there it snm? ! -r.totyp- fnv them in life—and there is. Hardly any the-Mrira\ roni]itiiiy is free from them. But i'.ll actors arc not hams. Sl:i«r» Is a Sircu ^Acting looks to the outsider like n very easy way to make a living. It nttrncls niaiiy men just, l-e-an.w it h so chlishtfiilly lazy. !t n!s-o aHrach rn:xl should) those wlio desire to strut in ptitfie. It i", a great nnd ituitimnlc medium for eslii'jllionists. Some of tlicso any nieiita! and physicil lest Hie] t'.clor.s could average onc-elghlM | of the hleh marks they might justly be said to be up to the lueragc. 11 they received mon- than one-eighth, then they miglTt justly l;e said lo be u)) u ve me average. } Kow, on sliipboard, tliei'e is a sort ot mental and physical test, 'lliere are open competitions llial rctiuiie mi'inai ai^iLJii-as—or.'oge competition, ireasuie hunts and games rcciuiring ndaplauinty since lew habitually play them. l5e;K tennis, shuffle board, for example. Tnere was a pretty general participation in these games. Tne mcmbcis of our company, however, won not one-eighth, nor one-half, but all but one prize on Ihe ILst. Everything but ping-pong. "'I cxtiijiuonists Some of (lies-, i.,^..,^.,.. a ui u J«II B - tl'm attracted have been intend- - 1 *'?" " ulst know! «l by nature to be co.-il-licaveis 1 , cours(; ' ll ' s completely "»d Hie diffici.ilies of iTttm n nn I lln l j crtant, yet it struck i Clhcrs develop a gift or enough if one to get' by." The lack of any background to act as a ballast makes it impossible for them lo ketp on an even keel. Tliey Windsor^ today is Finer Whiskey and Greater Value ^INCREASE I'd prefer takiny my chances with the actors—and, of course, the ao iresses. become hypnotized with tlie soiinrt!, NI!XT - Gladys Swarthouf, Holof tl.dr own lovely volcc.s or their '- vl " ni| - N<: «' *<>'* eomiiiuler. classic profiles. Tliey become con- ceiled. Bui the majority of human bc- in?s v/lm go on the stage do r,o for another reason. They sacrifice normal life money comfort mentis, everything Hint" (hey hnv;! ton trained lo think important, —because or love for Ihe theater dice this love of Ihe sta°e ha" n, >>, ,,- - fake,, its firm hoUI. neither hut ,.^±^V h5 ' PI '! f""^ is " sual - cer :nor pride nor dis«race cap y favor «l with a late gromns sen- break; its grip "is.race cai „,,„_ an(] B!m | cncrs mig|u , ook ___ Aiid the 'struggle 16 succeed 'lJ'™ 1 ! d -" to ::. p ! all !! llg • so " 10 - vegetable "Time is money" in ageing \vhiskcy-but National Distil- I Icrs gives you this older and therefore cwilict \X'intJsor a! the same fir ice at for met Iyt., Don't miss lliis real whiskey bargain! Pick U[> a bottle of Windsor (odayl ~f ^•A WINDSOR MOOF—STJAI6HT IOUMON WHISKtT'' NATIONAL DISTILLERS PRODUCTS COW.j tltnd Dtriiion, N«v Yott, N. Y. this'fiercely coriipelitive nliarpens- the wils, increases the , . observation and makes a keenci man or woman, not a more stupid ^ cue. 1 . Thei-c is an old saying among Arm Was Almost Useless With Pain cas'.i this fall, states J. O. Fuller- Ion, county.agent. U can bs readily assumed that vegetables from the late gardens will find a good demand and will A'l.lcd f!rca{ Dis- Slnin.-ic!, rnmforf . l''i'll As Tf iMiiny Kontls WntiW Almost Kill Her: Caused Severe Snfferiii!;: Then GJy-Ciis Aain Is "1 am iilad to fell oliier.i ntout a inrdicinc like oiy-Cas. tliat tl:cy too may regain their health cis I have irine." said Mrs. I-ois Davis. R. F. D. No. 5. Box 45-1, 1-illlc nock, Ark. 'Tor years it had been a co'.i- slanl worry to find foc.tls, would agree 1 with me. which was practically impossible.. I got little enjoyment from my meals know- Ing what I was sure to endure afterwards. My system was last becoming filled wit], poisons until nr-urilis had a dreadful hold en me before I realized it. The -"harp stabbing pains in my arms and limbs were unbearable and my right arm was so affected that T practically lest iis use. I roiili! not go on in (his condition I knew but medicine after medicine repeatedly failed until I fesan Oly-Cns—It changed miserable sulTeiing to good and glorious healt]) for me." "Llllle did I rcali/e any medicine could be as wonderful as Ibis neiv Gly-Cas.". she continued. "My stomach, kidneys and bowels were regulated almost at once and n>y entire system has tocn toned. These dreadful ncurilis pains have tern entirely eliminated and I n "i again enjoying the health I had been seeking for so long. It Is wonderful to be ahle lo get -such a remarkable medicine as this new Oly-Cas." is sold by Klrby Bros. Unig store, this city, and by all yfadliiB dm;; .stores In surrounding towns. —Adv. ORDERS TAKEN FOR "UERNAT" YARN INSTH-V..JTONS FHE1S Mrs. ieslie Hooper M^s. A. C. Haley 1130 Cldckasan-ba. 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