The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 8, 1937 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 8, 1937
Page 7
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.MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1937 JLYTHBVILLE. (AKK.y COURIER NEWS TV * T7f7 M|)i l g | T"l W ' ~ - ~ ------------- " ---- _______ PAGE SEVEV ParadeWill Feature Armistice Day Celebration EIGHT BIIIDS I Camthersville's Junior Band ~ "~" " -- ~~ IT BUS ID BE IN LINE DF Military Units, Floats, School Groups Will Participate In Parade Instructions for the parade and contests of the nimlstice Day-pro- zram have been completed by the special committee of the Dud Ca- Kon .post, of the American Legion which has arranged the mammoth celebration for next Thursday The tentative program calls for the celebration 10 begin a i n o'clock, tlie hour of the signing of the armistice, and will be concluded In the small hours of the next morning after the dance Is over. Prior to the "zero hour salute" by members of Company M nt H o'clock, there will be short programs given on the streets by the visiting bands. These groups, with their -colorful uniforms a,,t) music, are expected to play an important part in starlin» the celebration oft "Just right," Floyd White, chairman of the committee has pointed out. Singing; Contest Immediately following the salute, in the downtown section, there will be a singing contest at the city hall when students of the various schools will compete for cash prizes. Tlie rules are that no one. group can sing more than three songs, of World War theme and the prizes will be $15 and $10 . for first and second winners. •- D. L. Ford, state commissioner of revenues, will speak immediately afterward the singing contests. If (here are any entries for the harmonica contest, this will be held just prior to the speaking. Today, no one has entered this contest. Jim p. Harwell, commander of the local post, will preside at this gathering. Ross Stevens is in charge of the stage decorations. All judges will be appointed tlie morning of the program and, if possible, all will be from out of the city. -There .wifl be plenty of band music;-'.on rtlie streets throughout the-morning-. The Leachville band wiM-nlay-in front of the Glencoe hotel from 10:30 until n Bn d from 12 to 12:30 o'clock. The Ca- rulnersvlllc senior band will play in front of Kress from 12 to 12-30 G! Clock. There will a i so be two CQn _ certs between 12;30 and one o'clock. The Caruthersville junior band will play ln front of the «o el Noble and the Kennett band Seate P r ay * ^ ° f the Rlte A machine gun demonstration will be held from the Ooff ho tell Southeast oinimtdfcl . j - Olle of se ™» ntary halt while on parade In the Pemiscot county capital. It will be or eight bands in the Armistice Day parade here. to East Main street from 12-30 until l.:30 o'clock. The local D. A. R. chapter wil dedicate a marker, in front of the postollice, in memory of the pioneers of Mississippi county al one o'clock. While the bands are not performing (heir members are to nave lunch served them at the Legion hut before going to Lee's Gin on East Main street by 1'30 o'clock to form the parade All motors, floats and cars are to assemble on the north side fo East Main street and the commercial floats and trucks .will line up on the south side of East Main street at Lee's gin. All marching units will line up on South Lilly siren. This includes members of Company M, scouts, cubs and the bicycle squad. All bands will assemble on the Lee gtn lot and "•ill be assigned to lead off each division. Pete Barnes' oxen will leave from Faught's store. March Down Main Street - The line of march -will be down, Mam_ street past the reviewing stand to 7th street' and then' north to Haley Field. It will begin at 2 o'clock ivitli Hie firing of the liig salute. The parade will be headed by (he Caruthersville junior bar/d followed by Major Ivy-W Crawford, Major R. B. Stout and Colonel F. p. Jacobs, as marshalls The colors, color guard and cai- son wil Ihcad members of Company M with its commander Cau- tain Wendell M. Phillips. ..' The CartitJicrsville senior band will be followed by the Bey S;o;its Armistice Day Program - 10:30 A.M., Band concert: on streets. 11 A.M., Zero hour .salute, Company M. 11:15 A.M., Singing contests, address' by D L I'ord, state commissioner of revenues, at Citv Hall auditorium, • ' 12 M. tp^l P.M., Band concerts on streets. P.M., Machine gun •demonstra- ^ Postoffke" Dedication of D - A: R - miirk «' in front of , 2 P.M., Parade. Field PM '' Blythcville - Scarc y football game, -'.Haley 5:30 P.M.-7:3Q P.M!, Business meeting Fifth District, American Legion, at Hut ?/ P ^7 ^!' eStlhlg and boxin « mal <* at Arena 10 P.M., Dance at City Hall auditorium. Look for the Shell Sign BURTON SERVICE STATION Moskop, | OPEN DAY & NIGHT • CAFE SERVICE x -Service When Needed GERMAN The Undertaker STEELE, MISSOURI THE STRONGEST BANK IN S. E. MISSOURI BANK OF STEELE P. S. PAYNE STKELE, MO. R. L. REYNOLDS TEXACO STATION ELWOOD SCOTT, Mgr. visiting officers of the American Legion and its auxiliary, and the Legion float. The Kennett band will head the third division, to be made up of floats, members of the high school Red Pepepr club and the bicvrlp squad. 3 The fourth division will be liearied by the Wilson school band the Girl Scouts and competitive floats. Commercial floats', the Para- goiild hand nntl ctiu ScoiiL will make up the. fifth division while other commercial floats ant the Leachville band will be°li the sixth division. 'flic Blythevllle band, members of Ihd Red Razoos of the city high school, floats. Pete Barnes' oxen Hid horses now stabled at Walker part; and Button's band will conclude the parade Drum Major The modern school building at Holland, Mo., U shown In the toil ilcture, above. Immediately below Is a scene at'the busy Arkansas-Missouri state Hie on Highway No. 81, looking north and along the highway curve "to southeast.. Missouri from Arkansas. Below is pictured a view of Slerlo. Mo.'s, business section; staving He post office,-llic" German' UmlcrlaWnB company 'building nnd the • L. Englcr nulo parts store. The Paragould and Blytheville bands will represent Blythevllle al COOTRR, MO. - HOLLAND, M0 . We Can Simply You,- N C(;( f s COOPER'S PHARMACY Where Quality Counts PRESCRIPTIONS Luncheonette „ , . Fountain TERRY SERVICE STATION ARKANSAS GAS AT MISSOURI 1'KICES Slanrtawl Products & Mansfield Tires VHONE I505-F21 _ _ _ r ,„ ,„_„.,. — I-. r. OI.DIIAM, dm game while the Caruthcrsvlllc Junior and senior bauds will represent senrcy. These will be the only bands to perform nt tlie game, the others to be dlsmLssctl nt (lie corner of Seventh nnd Wnlnul streets. Floats and curs and march- Ing units will separate nl Seventh and Chlckasawba. After the football game between Blythevllle nnd Senrcy, lo be played at 3 o'clock, the Ictflon members _ w "l Jmve an ammnl meeting of Land of, Honey Again Beckoiis To Bee Keeper , N y. -jon N. BcMulh. credited with being die /Irst mtgrntlng IKC keeper, Is liife' Ills six-Id trip to the or- froves of PJorUa with his colonies, conndcnt that the • osses of the "poorest honey linr- vest In Western New York since " will IK? recouped. Miith and))).? son, Joiirdslti, the bees south by truck, They linn to nmko Uo trips, taking 300 olaiitoi. Ilii exiwets'lo faring back 11 tlie .f|)rlng between 700 and 600 olontes. The bee truck makes the rurV "llh no stops except those to refuel. A Imlf hour slop, DeMuth ruplnliied, ivqtiW menu heavy lasses, because tlic truck vibration keeps the bees quiet while a lenntliy stop causes them to Jnm ngntnst the screens of the hives.- UoMuth. sold .the grove', owners In the viingo coiintry ii'dcome • tramp" bee keepers. • . ; "Florida been '«rc dormant In the winter uiul the northern bees arc valuable In polllnntliiB the oiil. nmjor of the CnmthcrsviHe Mo,, junior Snud Is little llnrrlcl Aim Viyi\ c . a; K -\\ lend the jinvcmciil swlngslcvs wlicn (hey nmreh In Thufsdny's Armlsllce Uny pnriule here. glon convculloa recently lielcl In New York elty ut the Hoxy llicaler Wednesday, Thursday, nnd Friday Stone Age Implements Unearthed in Ireland LONDONDERKY (UP)-Important nrclinco'loglcnl discoveries {Ivlnif Insight Into the Jives of froliuirt'a Inhabitants between 3,000 nnd •1,000 years - ago, have been miulc by. students from Queens University, Belfast, In excavations ut Dallyta-lest, County,Dairy. ' . They completed tiic unearthing (if n loo-foot Megnlktlilc burial enlrn, raVenllng two largo burial chambers. In Uwse were found more than 100 Lite Stone Age pieces of. potLery nnd Hint Implements Ilka scraiwrs and .knives. One chamber was Intact but the slmidinu stones forming the side of the other had been removed' long HBO and the walls-Imd civvcd' In. 'file lienrt-of nil predatory animals Is thnt of the lion. ... SANDWICHES 2-1 HOUR SERVICE FISK SERVICE STATION W. I. Cojie, Mgr. CIGAKETl'KS the fifth district nt the hut. A that time, several onicers will attend At the snine time there wil be "oi»n house" at the hut for nl cx-scrvlce men. There will be a wrestling mutch beginning at eight o'clock, at the nrena. The dunce, nt Hie city auditorium will begin nt 10 o'clock, when Huely Hclse nnd his orchestra will play There will be n special showing ot n news reel of the American la- NOBLE CAPEHART GENERAL STORK HOLLAND, 1MO. AT THE ARCH HARRY BAILEY'S AMUSEMENT PARK SERVICE STATION RESTAURANT PHILLIPS' 86 LAMBERT BROS STATE LINE PIT HARUECUE (JHILLED STJSAKS CRESCENT NIGHT CLUB Phone 17 DANCING Clyde Mitchell, Proprietor BUTNER & BAILEY ; " WHERE THE LIGHTS ARK HlllGHT SILVER mm NiTE CLUB DANCING Goo. Ford'a Orchestra CIGARETTES SANDWICHES' STEELE AUTO CO. UeSOTO BUICK PLYMOUTH Slocle, Mo. I. L. FISHER HOJXANI), HIO. GROCERIES GKNERAL MERCHANDISK ON THE CURVE HOLLAND, MO. HARRY BAILEY'S SERVICE STATION The FINEST Between St. Louis & Memphis. TUB SBRVrCK STATION WITH A SM1LH LEFTY'S Right In The Curve STATE LINE 1 COMPLETE LINE WHISKIES, WINE & OIiNS HUBERT UTLEY'S SERVICE STATION' Phillips 6G Gas 13 ^c Gal. CIGARETTKS-SI.I5 CARTON HIGHWAY 61 HOLLAND, MO. GASOLINE CIGAKETTKS SAV-ON GAS HIGHWAY 01 HOLLAND, MO.

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