The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 1, 1935 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 1, 1935
Page 3
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- 1935 TVA Reporl Answers Crit ics Who Say Power Fiel Is Over-Developed Apr. 1 <UP)_ serious shortage of oloclrlc generating plants exists in ,u mo V e v- *r section of the country i), e wi power eomml^on i» suwrvfcl, r supervision of new ?"* for to promote DID .s or o* nnuon." Ih,, The report was the first of series of such on the nat!on-wlcl survey ordered several mo mhs n * »» President Roosevelt. It ^ cons,d,,,d ;is a re p ly [„ £ M " 0 the fVA who asserted the govern * Bn ccN , Cfficicilt *<™™«n capacity in ninny districts Orci Industrial centers of the east - ...•_,„ lt ^jLuiLiigo wnjpj S", E™!' C "'""•t™"." If the Services at Leachville for Mrs. Rosie Harper LKACHVILLE, ~~ A ,-k. _ rime, services- were held Friday a""noon for-"Mrs; Rosin •Harper who dtea earlv Friday morning at The serves ""fe )° Sh ° rl ' m!S - bv the Rev'. C joh S n satte cvi^ 0 - Sllc !lv than 23 ''• "lid neni —"^ njj' She b survived h.v lier John Harper, four daughters Maud Buchnnnan, Lcaclivllle' Laura Davis. Senath. Mo' lhe I.enchvillc Back to His Old Rabin' Holes Tyler Defeats Crockett In School Track Meet COOTER, M<n~ A ,M Ke fioni here atiehrted the mm) school track mm al 7^, R . ' nttwnoo.) who,, Tyler won m place over Crockett 50-54. This" l L ! 7 rl! m n i rillr " hd tllc 111!l1 " "'«<* wet will lie. April )8 t |,, Wli en n )i schools In dm cooler district W | hoi, their annual trnck meet for B«|(|B studenls. Edwnr.1 Wlierler Trier n»d Dlllle BcKlon of Crockett ook svyeepslakes honors In every event limy lnt fm |. J Winners In various events were: *&, i tt n ' lMi?l1 <c "*i">tt); 70-Vnrd ilosli, Whccln- <Ty)er> : Olris •baseball throw, Maxwell Crockett): i) oys „„,„£„„ ,*™' Vhwler (Tjler); Sack race, ™" ell (Crockett); nrond ' nil club iiieeiliigs 1 of Mrs. HOWCII. »t (ho moved ,,''• , rctl '- «'•--' -nllss nix) family Jncks »» l'«v SS 1 ^ J ' ) te J( , nl | Louis Wnenon relumed Weclnes lay from Me,,,,,hLs, u^er he vn - CrockclO: Hoys' Relay, '! nl1 , thc '«>ys contests nillie of Crockett enrnc near for nrst honors. Judges the track meet were Mrs A " ri ' Mta Ne! nnd Judo Yarbro News - --C " rac to Ark! "«as more Litlle Margaret Ynrbro. who lias ar bcen serl ™sly ill from colitis, Ls slowlv imnrnuii,^ nounce the birth of a son who has been named Billy 'Ray Burial was cemetery. Three Ask Divorces n ,T' lrc , cn fi; ,™™ mlb have been ."led in chancery coitrL recentl . o. P«rt,ow, loS 0 nd circuit court ^ slowly Improving. Mrs. Omer Hundley, of Hayti spenl Sunday night with her sis-' ter in law, Mrs. Mnzie Hanldey. Mr. nnd Mrs. .E. Waldon spent Sunday will, Mrs. Waldon'.? brother, Herman Yarbro, nml family of Number' Nine. Mrs. Roy French, who has teen beller 1 " ^'"^ ^^ '" " Ot m " Ch Tomato News Notes hef'dau^' Dla ' r h "" S ^ hCr Euests :id children, or Tcunessee. McCall Carson, of this city who underwent nn operation for ap? . Is greatly improved. _Mr. J aml,Mrs. J. w. Ekensire an- nn e<! " or. (he past week roll! 6 r" fa ' 11 R °" Of Mr ' n 'W Mrs. Win Cannon, who has been ill s slightly improved. Navy Plans Bl f Show SAN DIEGO, Cal. (UP) _ Prob uo orbew each of Tyler was Principal Jack "shine nnd coach of Crockett as Principal James cUldy Round Lake News Tile Home demonslralloj) clu met with Mrs. Howard Howe, ? Mrs. Zelma Services Tim Afternoon Mrs. Minn ijrown, 4:1 wife 1 ° the greatest B iLssoji was i^jj OII ffl ( in the performance of To,"' FIRE CHIEF GAS Starts 47% Faster •'mcrni servJciw will bo licld ---. nflcrnooii ta 2 o'clock nnd in l«mem will | )c mmle n t M,. „ --•"3WS S S ...ling company Is In etmriv or funeral nrmiigomems. jMitfjtecfased Is .survived l,y ) K -r , sis <au 8 ei3 Rfre Thelnm Tucker. Mrs MI d . ctl " ," lams. viol:,. Olive, Irene md n n ores. m,d four .so,,.,, „„, n ™< , „"' Om-p and a tahy boy. ' ' Mrs. Maggie Peek of Etowah Is Dead Stales, on s e <• i « e ceit n™, ', „ , , CP »n™te In Seattle, Wash '"' '« "ticiideil .school, a,d ie" , tall _ instead a hrnl man behind the wheu Blue Star Kills The Itch Germs • --ft*-"' \jvt ing Man After 9 Years GOOD GULF GASOLINE FOR POWER-SPEED' AND PICK-UP, Into Tho Jockey f I IRAK twn 77 oner* FOR MEN Desjgned by , 10 afford the utmoit in comfort for work, play or dress, A mild support. A new ideal )t't doringl It's sensible priced at |MEAD CLOTHIJNG CO. LAXATIVE Tones You Up .'•$!• a Month Pays for a Ji.OM policy for the whole family-Natural or Accidental Death! Progressive Life Insurance Co. GJencoe Hold— Phone or Writ* for Details Special Deposit with State Insurance Dept. protects your Policy. BeMastCTof The McCormick-Deering Fannall ^HE owner of a McCormick-Deering Farmall Tractor and the equipment that goes with it i, ready Co !!L L- ' S , ma f tcr °f "me and season, :ion. H e e ls Tractor to The Farnwll is the all-purpose tractor that ways Jrn alw Cunning out oi Chesterfields You haven't seen anything in power for , he f , you have exam.ned the Farmall // It Isn't a McCORMKK-DEERING It Isn't a FARM ALL DELTA IMPLEMENTS, INC. Phono 802 " R. Nash, J /rryn -i r H| lllCS Of with HIIRRiDft Tir> with HUBBAR.D TIME -¥"• Mild Ripe-Tobacco . Aged 2 years or more . . . " —the farmer who, gzows the tobacco ... j '• —the warehouseman who sells at auction to the highest bidder . . . -every man who knciws about leaf tobacco-will tell you 't takes mild,'.iipe tobacco tp "nke a good cigarette;-and this';: ii the kind we buy Tor Oiisr- J!KFIfiU) Cigarettes. All of the tobacco u sct ) j n CHESTERFIELD Cigarettes i.s aged for two years or more. «. MYESJS.TOmrCO CO. ' -Tfy&rfr that's why

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