The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 24, 1933 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 24, 1933
Page 8
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tv FJCHT 'R, (ARK,).. COURIER' NEWS TUESDAY, Of'TOBRR -JM, Prize Winners Announced j at Wilson Community Fair! ,.'WILSON, Ark.—Award?, for t!u> !-•! l):ilp alfalfa: V. C 1 .., best exhibits nt Hie Wtlfon Com-, Mann. mvnlty Fair, hdrt last Friday, wro | ivsi 1-4 huh- soybran liny: Frcil-1 f.imouiicod ar, follov.s by J. E. Me- j ( |i<. noWusnn. | Kcll. district :i8:'ii-ii!iiir:il **<••»'. \ ]!r .,i : , Il( , !ltls ,,,. ftln .sonOium:' niKl Miss M:itlic Mflum. i!r.irlci Kr| , (M Rj ^ ho.'i'e iTOnomk's :u-riH. u'ho ut-ve' ... , ike judges: ' : JS.M « .Mai*.., sorghum: Clmic!.-: Soldier's Fate-Soon to Fall In Action ; "'''Ploy Bi'i-on vegetables: V.I Bs-st fimn i-shlhit-.: U. G. Mann,"* ' Isf C Lyncl), '.-nil; P. Ho'.vcll. :lril; '• Ernest llinfiL'!-. ill). °' •"'•'•"• •' Ue<t "alk of i-o'ion ti-m V/il-'ou '•'--' "Isn'.By onions: V. G. Mann, ivn,- iim>io\crl seed' .iDbn Fnoi-lii ' !l ' : '' ™'i'"< loma'.oe.v C. l.ynth. j U.-M |i!uii' apples: C. Lynch. aalk I). I.. T. Keuniinore. [icsL 20-lK)l! exhibit. 1). i'. :<i!ii I,.: Clr.udc Sliuw. • swerirstiiiJi's stalk n:i'.l licil rx- h'.blf Put Howll. peck ctittLi!! c n i o. any vnt- . ic'v: JLminy Jli'.i Best coinn:f-rci}s! >:m]!'!i' loin: ftsple co'.ion; CliUii!'' l.ynflt. :;:iplf cctlon: IVt lloiu'll. lU.sf 10 fnr.s ProlJJic rf>rii: V. (;. Mann. 10 c:irs D( toi'n: V.; G. Man!]. [ Trio M:ind:ir<l tired iwiiltry: L. JJiitr. .' i j lic'st feninlc of rue brWd: J. J.' • I/.':iilirnvooit. I P.t'.'t innl". any hiowli J. J.j U:aih<: wco<l. . I pui'imc ' tuiniilc:! i-KKs: Tele Elsaiul- ;ss: Claude Lynrli. rxliiblt: I'cU 1 '^° n U.irloii. Do.a-ii )>ra\vn . Dew™ ivliilc I' G. Man!). | KlHimliT. . j no.vt :< slnl!:s of com with c-a:s| p 0 iiml luittcr: Karl Witdy. i 01; .stalk: I';U Uowc-ll. I Cnllci'llon anliqucs: liniest Rlsu-1 Ee^[ 3 coiuplelo , i :oy tM-ati plants: 'or. - j T. L. Streeter. Tuesday - Weds, - i ""-M«t.^-10-25c Nile—10-3") Pslclnvoil: i|ullt: Mrs. C. VV. T eti;i:.son. Olde.-i patchwork 0,11111: Mrs. CJ. v. Ferguson. Best appll(|iied miilt: Mrs. Berry. CrOL-hctcd afshan: Mrs. Winifred. Pillo'.i cases: Mrs. C. W. Feriiu- c on. Embtoidercil table cloth: Ruth arlon. Dinner scarf: Anna Ruth Speck. I project: Sixth grade. Best exhibit o! woodffOTk do- sieni Knth«rine Watts. Besl_ flolhlhg exhibit, Home EC. l: Joyce Mann. Best clotliine exhibit, Home EC. 2: Alice Real!. Rest piece of ai'.ricullura! woodwork: Paul Blake. Dest 12-twll exhibit of collon by ; undent: Cbude Shr.w. ; Jiett 10-ear exhibit of corn hy student: Claude Lynch. Hosi display of asricultural iixxlwork: Harold Porter. Btsl project plan: Karl Wlldy. Ilcsl stalk of cotton: I'at Koivell. llest .'•ample cotton lint and ced: Claude Lynch. |kir»\jk/fmr* Accurate Railroad Watch t,l INbyVcKb; Wins Case for Engineer "• Lnxoru Society —• Personal The coach Is AMOS AI.O.V/.O H'l'ACiC. Inrnitrly of Chkago l.'ulvevslly. M«re than 14,1(10.- HOO.OOll Ih BONDS wtre !)K- t'AUI.TKD In IJ3S. TKXAS has iS.SliS MIUKS ui blKlr.vay, 01 | ^ st ; r jf'', more than any other tlalt Mr.s. Uiehiircl lievii-r. Mrs. H. C. l.anijstrin. Mrs. Hay Gruhiiin •ind.Mrs. I). O. Wilkiius allp'ndcd i"iC P. T. A. n:t't;li]i|i :it Wliluoti ast Pr:day. rtition;; tlioso who ucooiiipanli'd he I.uxora ]o:>'.h:ill team to Plu- ctl Fjiclny v.-L-ro: MS;. Ah-ln Wundcilich. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Danchower. Miisr.s Mcridith Cii'iiliiiin. Mnlx 1 ! George. Adell Giorte. nixie llowiinl and Marie innloKl. Messrs. Carl Umtlcet. daur Lynch, Harold Smitli and ilcliard Hevler, Mrs. Charles Scott hns roUirncti u her home. In Mcinpliis sifter a lioit visit v.'it.h her cla\ight;rs, '.Ira. Alviti Wiiniicrlicli and Mrs. Ray Graham. Miss Martha Hnelrr of Chicago' M-.d Miss Ix>L-; Williams of Gil- hioie. Aik.. wcro the gue.'its. Mr.-:. Eliralielli 'Silk-rman S:\ SALT LAKE CITY. Ulali (UP)I Traditional accuracy of a railroad timepiece freed M. J. McOiiIrl, Denver it Rio Oiande. Western railroad engineer, of speeding oliarges. JtidKe M. J. nroiu.oti aequlllrd, McOuiil after comparing Hie -M- . curacy 01 a .stopwatch In Use „ hands of Timothy Murphy, coiu- j l)!aini':']t, lhal of the uain > crow's walrhrs. j Muii>liy timer. MeQulrl's train | at M miles per hour city in| tcrycctious. a violation of city ordinances. The nail! crew, hmvetvi, they hud seven minutes j to go from thl- crossing lo the Mation. making their average speed 10.3 miles per hour. Mrs. J. N r . Hunt, had as her guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. 'J. F»- Robots an<l 'Mrs. : Kathslaide (jocke • of MemT'l-iy. Mi^s Wihnorh Tetinyson spont the \veck-cnii nt Vundalc. Mr. a'.'d Mrs. James Driver and children, fonn'jvly of O.sceola, an iiO\v making their home here. i^I'Lydia E. Pinkham'« Tablet* Relieve and Control Periodic Pains; Injury, will a deer. it Ic^. or other, bodily cause freak antler's on Luncheon set: Mrs. Glover. Ucst wash dress: Thelmu Orr. Hcst rcmotleled dress; Mrs. II. C, Davidson. Child's dreM: Mrs. C. W. Fersu- 'n. Angel fowl rake: Mrs. K. p. Cul- him. Di'sculls: Nhs. Winifred. Jnr canned pi'aches: Mrs. Claude Shaw. Jar canned bcnas: Mrs. Victor This ]>lclur«(|ue scene, liad tin unhappy swjuel duilhg the running or Hie Monmoulh County Hunt. Gold Cup nice ul lied Bank, tf. J. After clearing the water huairtl as pictured here. Soldier's Fate stumbled, causing Jockey James F:. llyan to Inll and fracture his collar bone. Note the camer.iii'en. in the back- Kround poised to record the jump. Mann. Jar. canned toiijntoes: Altec nciill. Jar Ixri-les: Mrs. Claude Lynch. ,Iar preserves: Mrs. P. Kowcll. Jar jam: Mi-s. C. Lynch. Jar Jelly: Mrs. Pcle Elsander. Jin- rclLsli: Mrs. Pete Elsnndev. Jnr pickles: Mrs. E. Wlldy. Jar corn: Mrs. R. L. Johnson. CannhiK exhibit sweepstakes: Mrs. C. Lynch. Peach pickles: Mrs. G. Porter. Education Division Exhibit by unities 1, 2, 3: Second grade. ' r* • Exhibit by prades 4. 5, 6: Fourth Sracle. Exhibit by uradcs 7, B: Seventh grade. Host high jchool dpcarlmentfil exlilbk: vocational agriculture. I- nest sraiic school educational MYRHUOV Pavamount News ' Andv Civile Cnmcdv ROXY Toes.-\Ved.-Thnrs. MAT. and N1TE—lOc - 25 MRS. GEORGE THURN Nationally Known Lecturer and Home Economist tJses and Recommends FEDERAL CHIP-PROOF and STAINLESS ... guaranteed ENAMEL WARE b' Daughter of an aristocrat, she forsook her family for an outlaw love. IT'S TERRIFIC with LUIS TRENKER, (ffifc>; VILMABANKX Fox News J.imcs Gkason Comcri> T\/f RS. Thurn says: "Women are v tired of dirty, ugly, ordinary cooking utensils—and why not? They have a right to expect the same improvements in kitchenware that they find in other modernized houset'urnishings. . . . Here at last is the perfect cooking utensil--all .the cleanliness of enamel plus resistance to chipping and staining together with seven other features : . . . It's the final answer to the dream of every cooking expert . . . This fuel saving, time saving .Enamehvare definitely reduces cooking costs and eliminates the constant expense of utensil replacements." tf prove it. Take tbetn i todiy for wtlccxoc file and com- fan. Take them regularly for j*nn»- o«ot relief. No oucocics: No ^'^'"^^T; Nu uopldiiut eSecu; Sold by a)! dniggisu.'Small box 50^. Larger she, if yea prefer. Irfreditnts of Vicla VtpoRub in Convcatet Ondy Form VICKS COUGH DROP l HEMORRHOIDS (PilM) cur- i-il without the krife. Skin cancer, varicosed veins, tonsils removed non-surjicallir. ORS. NIES and N1ES Offirr 514 Main Phone UK BY ACTUAL TEST: 30 (imcs more durable llian ordinary en&mclwnre.. a positive, guarantee \vltli every utensil. MRS. THURN USES GRINDLEY ENGLISH CHINA "Scenes After Constable" For Selling Her Model Table The "Scenes After Consirvbic" is n leauliftil blue and white Cliinn with a dilTcreiU Coiislable scene on eacU different piece. ..An unusual but inexpfnsive open stoctc pattern ciwbllng you to buy n few pieces at a time atici add to them later. Also other open stock patterns ni reasonable prices. For Her Model KiU-hen MI'N Thurn Uses and Recommends REMINGTO\ CUTLERY You'll Find a Complete Stock Here HUBBARD HARDWARE CO. Phone 32 Add to the Charm of Your Dinner and Breakfast Parties With Beautiful Furniture Breakfast or Dining Suites We have'quite a comple.te stock of Breakfast Room Furniture; .that we are still selling at the o!3 prices ... A very' pretty five-piece suite is on display at the Cooking School . . . Green finish oak with chairs upholstered in green leather . . . This will UP vour last chance to buy Breakfast and Dining Suites at the olfl prices as replaccmenr prices sire much higher. • See the Mode) Table Salting by MRS. GEORGE THURN Famous Lecturer and Home Economist at the Courier News Cooking School This Week Mrs. Thurn Selected Her Model Kitchen From Our Complete Stock She Uses and Recommends Hoosier Cabinet and Tables Gold Seal Congoleum Rugs Gold Seal Ruff used at the Cooking School Will Be Given Away Free to Someone Attending the School This Week." HUBBARD FURNITURE CO.

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