The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 8, 1937 · Page 3
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November 8, 1937

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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N0VEMBER 8, 193? School Apportionment ' Funds Are Announced CAHVmiEHSVlbLE, Mo..,— Apportionment of $18.422.58 to the free textbook, funds of varloiis scliools o! Pemi.wot Count)' lias been completed, county clerk B. S. Huffman has announced. Due to an increased enumeration and slightly larger per capita allotment, the 1037 apportionment 1 wns $2200 larger than the previous year. Hiiltnuui stated. The free Icxtlxwk fund is derived from a tax OH "foreign" insurance companies. Cafiithcrsvill e district received the largest amount. 53087.01. Other allotments were as follows". BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK,) COUJURR NEWS 1 Holland, flf.38.70; Hazard. 6739. 1!; IVatxieli, 1583.87; Concord SW0.96; Cooler. $831.27; Demng. SH55.'^; Braggadocio, $988 lid- Slet'lo, S1913.tif!; l!rag» City. S10T3OS: Ifuyti. $1314.91; 1'ascola. $562.50. liusli, $151.21; Fourteen jjend $25.40; liliick fsland, $3ti.2'J; Carleton. SG8-95; Chute Sixteen. $13011' Kinfolks Ridge. $151.21; Mound' S1M.97; Clmjiel, $95.50; CMiindv Ssvitcb. $210.48; McCaHy, S134.27. Cottoiuvood Point. $275 BO 1 Oak Ridge $137.90; Swift, $280.11;' Hunter, S1H.92; Netherlands. sifi6.93; Peach Ortliard. 5208.0C; Fla? I,ake' $111.29; Darnell, $114.02; Pishey, S130.C4; Friendship. $235.89. F<it is the most dant'cious weather hazard (or airplane pilots. ONLY A MAYTAG GIVES YOU AU THESE IMPORTANT FEATURES: • Square, one-piece^ cast-alum- immi tub. • Handy,hu>ij«Hiil. • Gynit.uor uasliing action. • Sediment iraj). • Roller AYater Remover. » Auto-type shift lever. •. Four adjustable, legs. • Quiet, enclosed, oil-scaled |>o\vt-r drive. • IntcrcIiangeaMc iwvi-r —electric inoior or gasoline Multi-Motor. jffi NEW. MAYTAG .IRONER • Xraplyrnoclem.|ealuieB give this ironer -.rfnSjuar speed, simplicity tocl conveff- '-•^.Sii raodeliUt a'w«de:price range. lor a free homeJtri|l?.irpning. E. B. GEE SALES CO., Inc. 501 W. Main phone 07 JHEMAYTAG COMPANY . MAMm^nim-..;, FOUNDFDIITO . NEWTON.IO«'A Micoia Youth Dies in Highway 61 Accident CARUTIIKRSVILU?, Mo,, Nov. 5.—Bllltc Mllllgan, five-year-old son of Mr. niul Mrs. Kcl Mtlllsun of (he Mlcoln i'ammunU.v, wns in- .st.intly killed about noon today wlien lio ran inio the putli of an automobile im Highway 01. nUoiil Mght miles south of tilts city. C. B. Lake niul Hurt Gross, independent oil men of Shrevi>|x»r(, L.. fiirtntp lioiin; from n business Iril) ,lo Chlrituo; were relenseil «t (lie Inquest by Coroner Jnck Kel- icy, tlie mcifU'iil Ix'lnii held im- Avoitluhle. Funeral will be held In Trcnion. 1'enn.. niilay, (lie family liome. Upsides the iinivm.s. siin-ivon art 1 four urothcrs, Ed jr.. Heinle, Wil-.011, Albert; six sisters. Iiuv. Au:lry Hellu, Miixine. Snnih. Hetty Jo. nml Mrs. Eli»ct Trteev, lite latter of Trenton. AlJt for a demonitration } IF IT DOESN'T SELl ITSELF, DOHT KEEP IT Legion Auxiliary To 1 Increase Activities The auxiliary of (lie Dud cason ixxst of the American legion Is making plans for renewed interest ill the organization, the first of which will, be the 'membership drive, which will begin this week. Mrs. w. J. Pollard, long active in the Legion auxiliary, is to be chairman of this drive. The <|uota assigned by (he state department Is 65 members, three less than were enrolled last year. She will be assisted by a special commmee. New officers are to b« elected within a few days. Negress M'akes Mistake, Stabs "Wrong" Negro ''It wa.s «ll a case of mistaken identity." Erskinc Dupvcc. IICSITSS, tolii a flic eis after she slabbed Carey Johnson, another negress. in the back Saturday night. The injured woman is at the BlytUevllle hospital. The Dupi'cc woman said she meant to stab another woman and did not even know the Johnson woman, whom she accosted as she was leaving a restaurant. U. S. Federal Judge HORIZONTAL 1,5 Recently appointed U.S. judge. 10 Pertaining to wings. 11 Made of oatmeal, 12 Greek letter. 13 Oat grass. 15 Sudden fright 17 Uondy. 19 Bone. 21 Cover. 23 Therefore. 24 To say. 26 Eye tumor. 28 Document. 33 Pedal digits. .14 Low spirits. 3G Withered. 37 Possessed. 38 Cedar trees. 40 Dutch, measure. 41 Monkey. 43 By. 44 Sailor. 48 Road. 48 Corded clolh. 50 Mire. 51 Musical note, 52 Insect's egg. Answer to Previous Puiite 22 He Is n keen - of political economy. 25 Seatlers. 20 To spill, 2712 months. 29 Like. 30 Fruit 54 Grew teeth. 57 X. 68 Battering machine. 60 South America fil Into. 62 By. C3 He was a U. S. . . C4 President Roosevelt appointed him 10 tilt- Court. VERTICAL 1 Laughter sound. 2Subl)cr tree 3 Pislols. 4 Those who reveal Coil's utterances. 5 Plank. 6 To Ira I he. 7 Devoured. 8 Principal menl of the day. 9Hill nests. HHe comes from U.S. 18 Ozone, 18 Peak. 20 Portico. , 32 To stay. 34 To exist. 35 Senior. 38 To cat sparingly. 39 Collection of breeding horses. 42 Measure of aren. 45 Paid publicity. 47 Dreadful. 49 Mexican dollar. 50 Bill of fare. 5! Word. 53 Light uiotvn. 55 Organ ot hearing. 55 Male ' pronoun 57 Golf device. 59 Mother. 62 Pair, Continuing Penney^ Continuing Penney's Dollar Days through Wednesday. We advise early shopping. Shop Punne.v's for these and hundreds of other Hsu-gains not mentioned in this all, \_Boys' 'Dress , Shirts ' 3 For Sizes S to 14','.. Full cut, fast colors. Dollar Day Special 5UQ lUdi's F.lllry Dress Shirts Sanforized shrunk. Nucraft collars. Fast colors. All sizes. Men's 12-lb. Union Suits* 2 Pr. For .... Heavy weight. Ecru color. Full cut. AU sizes. 300 Pair Boys Overalls § 3 Pr Heavy weight. Pull cut. Six pockets. Sizes fl to 16. •"•"•"•mm •••. \\'1M a narjainl .Hen's Overalls ! & Jumpers 2 For Heavy weight. Full Oil All sizes. Men's ft Boys' Leather Jackets Silk ChilTnn Kingless Hosiery 2 pr. for SI l r jrst quality, full fashioned. Pure thrcnd silk. All sizes. Another Scoop 3G Inch Printed Fancy Ouiing S yds. for $1 Extra heavy, in Nursery and Floral designs. Thiinks, Hlytheville. You Save us ii grand reception for Dollar Days. Here are more bargains, bursting with value unri -want appeal: . Large Siy.c Patchwork Quilts $1 Each Lining of first quality cotton. Never before at this "low pri$e. 500 Yds, Heavy Outl Flannels 12 Yds Extill heavy 3G-in wide dark and light fabrics. Reduced—200 Pair Ladies' Kayoji ,t Broadcloth Bloomers $ G For Ostrich or Cape Shin Leathers. All sizes. You arc fafe from seconds at Penney 1 ?. Men's Jersey f* Gloves, pr. DC Men's 10'; Wool e* Socks, pr. 5G 5 Only Hoys' Suits PENNEY'S 300 Kxtrii inirge Double Loop Cannon Terry Towels 6 for $1 Assorted Color Stripes Keriuc«(l ion I'air Ladies' High Priced Shoes Blneks. browns, plain ,^ fancy leathers. All siz OTHKR DOLLAR DAY FBATURES Heavy Toivcls 12 for .... V)amas!i rillow 3 for | TalTela Slips 3 for i Uf (Sliced—30 Only Silk Blouses Kiddies I.OMR Sleeve l>resscs 2 for Crinkled Ilfd spreads '? tor t.titlics' silk Hose First quality. AU sizes. 100 Pr. P.lliels. liuftlfil Curtains ;j PI- Large assortment. Bouglit to sell for mud: more. 500 Yds. High Qualit Cretonnes 12 Yds. for..,. 36-in wide commercial. Fast colors. 1 1 1 1 Reduced—so Only All Wool Blankets $5,00 Single & Double 'size. 70x80. First come first served. Heavy Kloachod •• Domestic yd 5C Fast Color •> Prints yd. bC Sl-Iu. Unbleached.* ^Sheeting yd. 1 / PENNEY'S Tin 1 itlnosuiir ilm| lnj,| [\ w ,>gg H iscoi'civd In 1022 In Moiixolln Is known us Protwenilo|>s, n vwy SIlUllI (TMlUlVO Wild) CiimiMI'Cll wJUl most of Its reliillve.s. RMmril '11e\'ltlilck Invented n stimm-di-lven (tiri-lugc whlcli cre- nlt'rt ci»He 11 sciLsiUfoii 132 yearn t\go on London streets; 11 was (lie nn- ccslor or Dio modern auloitiobllc. Rend The Courier News'want ads, The Morning AflerTaking Carters Little Liver Pills Everything for ypur entertainment and comfort. Last Times Today Irene Dunne & Gary Grunt in 'The Awful Truth' with Ralph Hellamy and Alexander D'Arcy. Meet the Most Delicious, De- Lovely Divorcee who ever got her Man! Irene's a Scream! Cary's a Scream i in l)i c merriest romance ever seen. Also selected short, cartoon and news. Admission Matinee 1Q C & 2(;c Admission Night JCc & .We TUESDAY imiAX All! U\H OLIVIA Ita HYVILlAXn Great Garrick Rural Mail Carrier Is To Be Selected An raninliinllon lo nil the iiosl- tlon of rural mnll currier on n new route to be established nt Mnnila, Ark., will be heltl nt Bly- Uicvillc soon, It has been uti- notiiiccd. llccclpt of apiiliciUions will close on November 19 nnc! the examination will .1)0 held nl>out f IB .dnys nfter that date. ' The exnnilnalion will be ol>en only to cl(i?£iis who arc nclunlly (loinlclled in the territory of (he post office where the vacancy cxlste, PAGE THREE to the sovcrjimem of InOin, 24,000 persons were killed by wild animals there In 1021 Simkcblte was responsible for the deaths of 19,0GB |x;rsarw that year Shoes Will Wear I,nnt,'er When Hcpaiced nt Smith Shoe Shop 115 Soulh 2ml ROXY Admission Always lOc & 2<io Show every niglil. MaluiRr.s Kri- 'lay, Saturday A Sunday Only. Friday & Sunday Matinees starl 2:13 p.m. Saturday Continuous showing from 1 to ll.-:(0 p.m. Night shows start 7:00 p.m. Last Time Today 'Navy Blues' with Dick 1'ureell, Mary |{rinn, Warren Hymer iintl Joseph Sawyer Also Fo.v Ncivs Jc Comedy Tue.-Wed.-Thur. PAL NIGHTS! 2 adults admitted for (lie price of otic. Pay By Check When you jjay by check you have a record of expenditure and a positive proof of payment. At the end «f each month a statement of your checking account is handed you with your- cancelled checks . . . An accurate record of money received awl paid. A checking- account enables you to stop foolish expendi- lures. , »W.I;DTAH n irv FRETT ROBTO^ • MF.T.VItLF. COOPER t I.IO.VKI, ATWIM. • A TARNr.R PROS, ricjviis • r«- liullj S>rinlKd 1.1 M£RW.\ l.EROV Also selected shorts. Admission Matinee 10c A- ZCf Admission Night 16 C fc 36c I Soybeans - WANTED - Soybeans We Pay Highest Market Triees For All Varieties MAIDEN GRAIN CO. W. O. Reeves, Agent So. H. R. si, N'cx t(o Mas»o'i-i Plant—Blyllrtville, Ark. DAY PHONE 555 NIGHT PIIO.N'K 363 a cheeking account in the A'msf National today. FIRST NATIONAL BANK IN BLYTHEVILL1E The Institution of Keller Hanking EXTRA DOLLARS for EXTRA NEEDS $10,000 Life Insurance / . \ AT THE^E LOW ANNUAL PREMIUMS ^ FOR THE FIRST TWENTY YEARS . / Afto (nearest) at policy ditto First 3 years Next 17 years 20 $ 98.00 iio.oo; 25 ifut.oa 131.30 30 $130.10 IflS.OJi # 35 ? §157.05 185.80 * 40 i $199.50 23-1.70 45 $257.00 303.05 Dividends as apportioned reduce the actual cost Issued ot ngcj 80 to SO The rates slwn-n abovo include Premium Waiver disability fxiwflt Full protection in the important period while your children mature—you pay for your home -you establish your business or you accumulate other means. After these twenty years, as you decide in the light of events, the policy reduces to $5,000 • at a decreased annual premium, or continues at SIO.OOO with a higher annual rate, ; A COMFORTING CONTRACT FOR YOUR TWENTY NEED-MOST YEARS C. H. Wilson, Special Agent, Ordinary Department, Blytheville, Ark. _ Obtain details from local agent, branch office or home office Mention our Three-Twenty plan 3«attrattrp (Smttjwutf EDWARD D. DUFFIEID President Home Office NEWARK, NEW JERSEY (\

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