The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 30, 1939 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 30, 1939
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TUESDAY,MAY 30, 1939 Slate's Business In Gen-, eral Mirrors Condition Of Farmer Hanking condition';, Insmwice snles mid business failures are in- .'liiejieed to some extent by the rise and fall of fnrm purchasing jjowor in Arkansas as elsewhere in tlie nation, according to D. S. Lantrip, county agent of North. Mississippi county. Monthly statements Issued by ihe Federal Reserve System indicate that debits to individual accounts In six important Arkansas cities Increased from S«C,V5D,900 in 1932 v,'hen the farm Income of Die stale was approximately $80,000,000 In W3J,503,000 In 1937 when (lie form Income rose to npp?'oximfitcly $150,, 000,000. These debits approximated <|lf773,259,<MO in 1938 when fnnn in~come In the slate slipped somewhat, Individual bank deposits In the state rose from $74,127,000 in the year ending June 30, 1933 to $12) 124,000 for Use fiscal year 1B37 ami were $122,510,000 for the year closing June 30, 1938. The number of commercial failures in the state dropped from 203 in 1933 to 49 in 1937 at the same time farm income was Increasing and then rose to 97 in 1938 when farm income fell, Increased Arkansas farm income from 1932-1937 was undoubtedly reflected to some extent in bettor business for insurance men, just, as the decreased form income from 1937 to )938 was accompanied by lowered sales In the slate. Sales of new, ordinary, pald-for life insurance in the state was 514,609,000 in 1933 and rose to $«,30B,DOO in 1931 and dropped to $39,296,000 in 1938. The trend in Arkaasas building , construction has been definitely up- j,vard since 1D32 il Little Rock figures are a good barometer. In 1933 the value of building permits in Ihe capital city was $205,000 while In 1931 the value had increaed to si 578,803 and by 1938 had increased to $1,802,334. I'li'st Photo Of New U. S. Si JLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.V COURIER NEWS Presbyterians' v . . Joe Billic McHaney To Serve As Student Council President Joe Billie McHaney, sou of Mr and Mrs. John c. McHaney ' serve as rmJdent of Jr., student council of the oily high school for the term 1939-40 it has been announced following'the completion of class and council elections. He will succeed Eugene Hood.. Class presidents who will work with McHaney next year arc Cooksey Dcdson, who lias already been installed as of Hie .33-40 graduating class. Hunter Sims, president of the junior class, and Everett Croslow, president of the sophomore class. Other student Council officers are: Vcra Goodrich, first vice-president; Tom Reeiicr, second vice president; Mary Jeanne Afflick, secretary; Bobby McHaney, treasurer The Student Council lias been an active organization in B. H. S for j three years. It has for its purpose to allow students to have a voice in the government of the school and to promote more and better extra-curricular activities and higher standards of conduct and scholarship. It is made up of three representatives frcm each of the four club and class in the .school. Richard Roberts was elected vice president, Jean Bourland, secretary . and Eutopia Whitworth. treasurer of., 'next year's senior class. Joe Billio, McHaney Junior class officers are: Bob >:uglas, vice president; Pc»gy Jones, secretary; and Betty Isaacs treasurer. Other sophomores chosen as class officers are; Elliott Saliba, • vice president; Marjorie Rimer, secretary; Milton Patterson, treasurer Layman Dr. Sam Higginbollom,' sbove, was elected moderator of Presbyterian General Assembly, meeting al Cleveland, O., his homo city. Dr. Higginbotlom is president of Allahabad Christian College in India. -"-- Poulette Listens Comfortably curled up on one Of the sets for "The Cal and the Canary," Paulctte Goddard listens inlently to slory directions from Director Arthur Hornblow, Jr. Even in a relaxed [moment between scenes, Miss ' striking 'beauty re-. " Demonstration Club Council's Plans Revealed Members of the County Council of Home Demonstration clubs plan an interesting summer of activities, a report of a meeting held here Saturday at'the Woman's Club has disclosed. There was a luncheon meeting at Dogwood today when food preservation -chairmen attended, the county play tournament will be held at Burdette June 23, members will attend a County rest camp at Walcott stnte park in July, local'lead- ers will attend n training school In the county for a study of food preservation,. leaders will he instructed to give demonstrations to their respective clubs, members will prepare their exhibits for the ooun-' ty fair to be held the last week in September and will conduct a campaign lo uso more cotton. Mrs. Walter Wood presided and Mrs. C. E. Parker served as acting secretary. The increased use of cotton was discussed before each member pledged lo make a cotton mattress this fall and to supply her household with cotton sheets, towels and other articles made of cotton. A demonstration will be given in Ihc making of a sludio couch so that many of these useful pieces of furniture may be in use by next winter. The council voted to ask the fai. association to reritiire the canning exhibits in the community booths to be in containers which have been adopted by the slate and tri-slatc fairs—the square jars with glass tops. Reports were made of the successful Uettcr Homes Week observance in which every club participated. The county rest camp will be held at Walcott state park in July if plans materialize, it was decided Miss Cora Lee Colcman. county home demonstration agent, is in charge of tills project. Miss Coleman told representatives of the 14 clubs present that she plans to hold a scries of local leader training schools in the county following a meeting at Jonesbaro June 13 which she will attend. At this time, Miss Lois Scanllanti, extension specialist of foods and nutrition, will conduct the conference on u Plannln<r the Year's Pood Supply'- am | "Development and Use of Leaders In the Fined For Failure To Buy Cily Auto Tags Five motorists were fined, five dollars each and compelled to buv their city licenses at five dollars each in municipal court yesterday to begin a drive which is expected lo 'result in all cars bearing city tags, it was announced todav by Police Chief E. A. nice. - P. C. Meyers, T. J. Barnes. Chesler Caldwell and T. H, Van Bibber nml- n negro, James Burkley were each fined five dollars. There are approximately 500 car owners in Blylheville who hnvc not yet bought their 1939 ln»s a check up at the city clerk's office showed. Several more tickets have been issued.and these motorists will be arraigned in court' tomorrow, Mr Rice said. Those having already bought their licenses are urged to display Ihe tags so that, they will not be, officers said. Read .Courier News want ads. Three Killed In Highway Accidents; One Accidentally Shot LITTLE ROCK, May 30. {'up)_ The weekend holiday death toll In Arkansas stood nt four loday; There had been reported one accident on each of Hie' last three (lays and one accidental shooting. The fatal highway accidents were: May 27—Marie Bishop, 11-year- old Augusta school girl, killed In a three way crash of Uvo cars and a Iruck near Bald Knob. May 28—Clifford Grcgson, 10 killed when his father's truck collided with a private iiuloinoblle. May 29—Charles McKibben, C5, killed in n grade crossing. At Star City Otis 'I\icker accl- denlnlly shot and killed his wife, Clara, 37. He had carried a shotgun Into a chicken yard at the buck ot his home lo shoot a circling hnwk. Too much pressure on Ihc trigger discharged Ihe gun and the charge struck Mrs. Tucker in Ihe back. Childs Hearing Set 'John Doe' Problem In Social Security JONESnORO. Ark., M a y 30 — "John Doc" h piittlnjj wrinkles'in the brows of manners of Soelnl Security Hoard Held ofllccs Robert A. D.i 8 \vc)I. manager of the Social Security field office nl Jone.sboro. toddy began a drive In counties serviced by his office to identify 1037 wnjjc credits lhat cannot be crcdltf-d to uny worker. The unidentified Items arc called "John Doe accounts." "We have several hems in excess of $50," sal,] unwell, "that we do not know ivluit to do nboul Federal old-BBC Insurance was of course, new on January I, 1037 and all employers had not ycl realised the Importance, both to the worker mid lo them, of setting the full and correct name of the worker nnd the social security account number. Sometimes the reports were made using Die nickname of tne worker rnlher tlinn his first and 'Ulir Smith » re very" hard for Uncle Sum to Identify. , "fn fairness lo (lie'worker who may need the credits In order to qualify for Federal old-age benefits, r am trying [ 0 run these Hems flown. If employers demand Ibe worker's social security account number the moment he Is hired •John Doe Recounts' will dlsap- For Next Monday, J^ewirs oince is, loeaicd at 300 HOLD EVERYTHING • By Clyde Lewis T n ? Mpfe ^ tetet d <* in'me — -• J ) ij^nto W01 j ()) )4 tt cross bctWMn • -1 nnuml an ft e> l^.»>.i^» ° ' , liotnit) and a Icrrler. KILL WORRY o to 8 OIJ»J M or MODHTAW WATBIl May Bo Jt ordinary (ap \vr — tun vnlley Wafer, UjoJ UN,,. J. BliKhlly-slkaiiini r nf,-,l l,y millions (he fiat 00 iA til Bharp •mullr, arllirillc »/iJ pains ot'.tn start worr> — anj v,hy lliouMn't Iheyt Warning Bl(fn» are lltty. Toslni jinii »aJtf» In io body tan .lo wash«\\ay," Tr? 'Us noine trpalmenl, • Blart Iflrtoy, Crosstown Whiskey Shop JOT S. Division SI. "You HKiy loll Orovcr Wlinlcn tlini 1 fin- ;is il go«s." ii|>piovc— as Post Ofllce IJulMIiife', Jonesboro. Arkiinsiis. Blind Typist Obtains , Civil Service Position SYRACUSE, N. Y. (Ul>) - Miss Th.omn.slim nonofilo, 24, is (lie first blind person In tlie history of Syracuse to win n provisional r>p- polnlmenl ns a dlctophone typist She .WHS appointed by Ihe Slale Civil service commission lo'flll the Hie olllccs of (he Ouon- dugii county public welfare department. Miss Donolrlo said she hoped Hint the appointment would convince Syracuse employers (hat blind person.') "are ns competent at some .types of work ns people with normnl vision.' 1 Miss Oonofrlo, who has been blind 10 years, learned typing al llic New York State School for the UHnd al Bnlnvlu, N. Y > Rend Courier News wiint ads. Wert Optometrist "HE BIAKHS 'KM SICK Ovrr ,l[ie Isuncs' Store I'hoilO , r )'IO Preliminary hearing for 'J. K. Childs, former member of the Kfclser school board, accused of cmbmlemenl of public funds, has, been set for Monday before Magis- tralc Hale at Oseeola. Circuit Judge Nell.Klllough Indicated nl asceola yesterday Hint ho would prcbnbly sustain n demurrer lo Die complaint in u rmo wiirrniito proceediny to oust members of the present Reiser school Iwnrcl. W. Leon Smith of lilylh.e\tllo Is special counsel assisting the prosecutor hi the Childs and In counsel for those seeking to oust members of the present board. Rend Courier News wmu (ids. Pood Preservation Program." A bullet can be photographed m flight by new, high-speed photographic methods. Wolves no longer are to be found in any of the many national parks in Ihe United suite • When your head aches, when j-oiir nerves reel ns lr about to' map, uscCapudlno. itnot onlyrc- llcvts pain gently and quickly.but eoothcs tense nerves. Capucilnc's fliitcR nclton li. duo (o (is bclna llmiU— IU Ingredients are already dissolved, all ready (o woz i; * CAPUDINE QUALITY Phis ECONOMY Ef(tl!lls Firestone Convoy Tires Any way you figure, Fireilnne Convoy Tires give you (be sreatcst value for tbe money. Built viilh 3 U Fires-lone p.itcnlcil construction ftnlurcs. Kcmciu- bcr you can buy on our HUB'. GET I'Mft. SET OF -1 FOR AS LITTLE AS C1 EA PER $1.30 WEEK PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Ellis Snlpcj, Bnilgct IVIgr. 51b & Walnut Phone 810 Dollars Saved Are Dollars Made Anti-Knock Gas Genuine Ethyl <-i~- Octane, Gal, 80 Octane, Gal. 13.Sc 14.3c (All Taxes Paid) Low r raiCE— 100% PURE PKNN" o ,T M OTOR OII^-TAX PAID 2 GAL. CAN ..... ....................... go.,, Highest Quality Products at SAVEON GAS CO. . Miles From Slate Line Holland, Mo. Local Youth Selected For Naval Enlistment Evercll Tlcinictt Hull, of Ulyllic- vlllc, lm» been selected for enlist- merit tu the united Slntcs Nnvj mid will be Iriinsfored to (lie Nnvti) Trnlnlng Slnlloii nl Noifolk Vn., JUDO 13. Rend Courier News wnnt nds. FOR SALE 2 New Dixie Cotton Choppers $80 Each Delta Implements, Inc. t!12 South 2n<! . Phono 802 •&> THERE'S PEACE OF MIND IN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT Ken- things will tin so much lo raise it mini's cnn- fidciifc atul to jjivf him » wholesome outlook on life ns Hit- reassurance of money in the hiink. There's peace of mind in knowing |hal you find your lovctl ones have it sure source, of help in time of (rouble. A s.vKtcmntic plan of regular saving can give YOU (hat. ne:ice of mind. Just a small percentage of your income cacli pay-day will increase surprisingly fast in a savings account. We will lie glad lo advise with you in making your own plans for systematic saving. All accounts arc of course regarded hy us as matters of the strictest 1 conlidcncc. Savings deposits in Ihis hank are insured by Uic Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation to ihc extent of $5,000.00 for each depositor. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK IN BLYTHEVILLE "The Only National Bank in Mississippi County" MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION _ _ v " » . W< - Ererythlng for your enter- tafnment and comfort. * W«tcli Society P»f« Of Courier Kewi Fw Free Show Gnutj TUESDAY PAL MATINEE & NIGHT 2 admitted for lh« price ot 1 A darkhorse" becomes a blonde mayor! Torchy s fo fat CLENOAFARRELL BARTON MxlANE * W»R»E« 8BOS. Plctliil Dincled by RAY McCAREVOlIjIiwI Scie b/« Sntll • Horn in I<S» t.y Irvinu Rubin, . titid'm CliincKit Cieiltd by htdiikk rubti Also I'lttlarhl Shnrt, Cartoon K Comedy. , Admission Nlgiit IfJc * lfie''& '26is Weds. - Thurs. AMECHE UENKY , FONDA LORETTA 'YOUNG A Coiniopolitan 'iirntnount N'cws & I'orky C.\rtq.)n Admission Matinee JOc & ZGc Adiiiissiaii Night ICc & Sfic * I * 9 * * * 9 FRIDAY, June 2 100 GOOD REASONS iVhy you should attend (h* show Matinee or Night ROXY Admission always Iflc * 2Sc Matinees Fri.-Sat-Sna Tue.-Wed.-Thur. PAL NIGHTS! Two Admitted for the Price of 1 - A-AW UHJVERSAl FICtURS Also seleeled .shorts''.

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