The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 7, 1937 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 7, 1937
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TUESDAY, ttKCISMBKR 7. 1M7 BLYTHRVII-LR. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Veteran Soldier-Actor To Portray 16 Characlm In " I he Fool" Caul, lien Scovcll. dramatic wider and lecturer, will DrexeiH a lhrpr> lift sMmon-tlnima, "The Fool", by Cliciuiiiu« Pollock, at tlio First naptlst Cluirjli tomorrow nlglit :it 7:30 o'clock, no will por- iniy nil of ihc 1C character'rim-Is in I lie play. OixHIfiin Sfovcll. st)Ulier-;u'l;;r-on- tnrtnliior. Is an English world wm liero, having Joined ihc fmnoii« Princess Pat ny'inu'iii afin- inivliv taught at Occidental Collide. 1,0; Angeles, following Im "radiiati'j]- from Harvard in 1895. no «•».•,• uro scntcd the Croix cle (iuerre ]>• Murclinll Foch and tli>- Eiplisl- Military Cross by Kinn Gcm-'i- V am) holds a life commission in UK Hoyal Guards. Among other thlnns Dint Captan Scovcll has accumulated durlnv his travels and exiwrifnccs is a liocm written by Alan scc^ir for him in the trendies at Soissous July 1, 19IG. The poem by the famous iwir time iraet v,';is written with capl. Scoveli's back nctii).,' 115 , n writiii" desk. T!ie poem, written : Ihvcc days before the |»efs djatli.' concludes ivitli these four lines— ! "This be the song of our iMftiiiff, ' After Hie bread n ml'the Ball. i I shall wait yoin- return like a ' sentry | I stall sliool at you if you don't ; halt." ' , The son of Sir Henry Irving, the famous English actor. Captuin Sco- ! veil has been associated with • Maude Adams. Madnm Moeijeski, : Ellen Terry and Richard Mansfield I on the stage. He has played both | ici Hie United states and in Eng- ''• land. i At- present he U making n leisure- I ly lour entertaining at churches, I schools, hospitals and other insti- ! Udion.v. : He will attend the American If,- 1 Bion meeling at, (lie Hut fontelit and (ell tlic members of the Post some of his experiences in (lie war. Sunday night nl 7:30 o'clock lie. will again be presented at the First 1 Baptist Cluivch reading "The sign , of the cross" Ijy Wilson Barrett, which describes the persecution of! the Christians under Nero. ! Holland Society - - Personal Speaks Sunday * PRESTONE * ANTI-FREEZE * HEATERS * DEFROSTERS * TIRE CHAINS Complete Slock ' Prompt Service To All Makes of Cars TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. 2-1 Hour Service Call C33 Many parties are bein.. ulven in ''•" n«vi (|in>f weeks in' honor of Miss Lillian Doinnr who is lo tje 'I'arric:! to Norvelle I/m- on |)ce 2tf. The parties ue^uu Saturday af- i friu>-'i when Mrs. uol) Taliim »ai'e ' i hiiduc party in honor of the "'ide cleft nl her houip in Stcelc. She bad three tables of musts which iiicliideii soverat out n( town •icoule. Tile house was decorated •n Olnistmas colors and the prlyps were winpiied in kecpin;. witli Ihc i:j|idny scheme. Miss Ruth MofXirilcl won )i|gh wore and low score went lo Mrs. Rodney Brasher. Frull punch was served during the entire afternoon in;i Into: rrfreshinonls of boiled ii.'Havd and fruit cake were served. The guests were Mrs. Charles 3ake:- of Kcnnett, Mrs. Rodney •,-,,],„.. nf Hravnao-.-to, Mt.s. dins. , Kfttinger of ulythevllle. Mrs. Alma Orissom, Mrs. A. W. Jordan. Mrs. Uiis Johnson. Mrs. If. K. Doerner. Mrs. J. w. ncno. Mrs. Hnrbcrt '•Iud»ens. Mrs. Dan stecle, Mrs. A. O. Abernnthv anrl Miss Alice Mc- •Janicl all of .Stce'.c. M"s. Eiinin Oilliiiini miertalncd 21) friends al a bunco navtv lasl ""k in lumor of Mrs. Clyde VanDyke, a recent bride. The hish ••cr.rft award «•«)! to Mrs. T. N. Qriggancei low score went to Mrs. •i~i- piK-bhig and bunco to Mrs. Dick Michie. Tlie ouests of honor was presented miscellaneous gills. Mrs. John Russell who hns been very sick for the past week is considerably improved al this lime; however, she ,vill probably have to remain in bed another mouth i •t the most. ' I Mr. and Mrs. c~ E. Miller were j hosts to tables of bridge at their home on Walnut Ave.. Wednesday evening. Their gue.sts were Mr. anil Mrs. A. W. Jordan. Mr. and Mrs. Pete coleman and Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Haggard. The hostess served fruit cake topped with whipped, cream and coffee. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Limbaugh enlertaineri with a n.sli supper Saturday night, in honor of the birthday aunvcrsary of A. W. Jordan. Mrs. L. A. McCann and children of Crockett, Mrs. Minnie McClurc ind son. Tcdi and James Ashcraft were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Basil McClnrc. Sunday. Miss Hazel Miillins lias returned to cooler after being called to Clarksdale, Miss., by the death of a relative, she was accompanied there be lier mother, Mrs. Buford Miilliu5,,and brother of Lilbourn. Mr. an'd Mrs. A. W. Jordan spent Sunday al sikeston as guests of liicir daughter, James Hnzel, anil Mr. Hazel. 1>. A. Cron'uacli will deliver UK- principal address at installation services (or liabbi Herman Pollack a i. Temple Israel Sunday afternoon. t'AGE THREE The 'Editor's Loiter Box I)i'. (Ironbach To Deliver Address At Ten)i>le Israe To the editor: Itetols Aj.ilnsl Congrfss As a bleeding taxpayer 1 want 10 mtse voice against the present acllvllle.s of Consross. fleiiii; culled In KmeiBency Session to glvi- relief lo the |X»r farmer, who liuil to gli.:> hi.s crops awny In 19'J7, after six weeks of n'rniiKlliig they have succeeded In passing only two bills. One blll.lo pay Ihc pages $12,000 annually, ibe oilier to !n- (.'oiigrttiskHittl intlcnge W 20c. wbich Is more (linn double the previous allowance, nnd will cost (he bleeding taxpayers $220,- IMJ. just for congressmen to siwinl the Cliristmns season at home. Now Is that lull- and honest to send a body of men lo |x\s.s laws to relieve tlie unfortunate condition of runners then .spend their 11 mi' wrangling and living otV Hie fal of the land, and enacting only personal gain legislation, As u tiixpayer I denounce and rebel aiu\insl such aclions. Joe Isaacs, Blylhevllle. Ail:. - CEHCCEL FMIUSTtt New State Director Announces; Plans To Spur Arkansas Activity l!u-li Produces 90 "Mums" WEST PLAINS, Mo. (UP)—The i chrysanthemum-growing chumpion- I =iiip of Missouri is claimed by j Mrs. M. E. Plunkett. A bush of J hcv's bcre reached six feet in i height and produced 00 blossoms 666 checks COLDS and FEVER first day Hpatlacbe, 3(1 Liquid, Tablets Salve, Nose Drops minules. Try "Rub-My-lismMVoria-s Best l.inirntnt Hubert Utley's Service Station and Safe 24 HOUR SERVICE Phillips | *>1 "Tax "66"' Gas At>2C .Paid All Lrartiitf Brands of Beer, i.i n ,, orr WlWj (Jin .„,,, Cor( , J:lls Cigarettes, 2 Pkgs. 25<«, £1,15 Canon • Highway SI—Holland, Mo. Dr. A. Cronb.'ieh, professor of (lie Hebrew Union College. Cincinnati. Ohio, author and lectur.. 1 ! (.n the psychology of religion and current social trends, will deliver the 1 nddrc.s-s at the insiiilbiiwi of Rabbi Herman Politick lit Temple Israel. Sunday afternoon at 2:110 o'clock. The theme of Dr. Cron- bnch's discourse will be: "Tlie Social and the Spiritual Participating in the Installation service will be Max Meyers, president of Temple Israel, and the Rev. S. Ji. Salmon, pastor of the. First Presbyterian Church. Besides holding several rabbinical posts prior to his professorship, Dr. Cronbach was Chaplain of the Federation of Svnngogucs of Chicago 1010-lOK. He" is eecri;- lary of tile Peace Heroes Memorial Society and a member ot the Social Justice Commission of ihc- Central Conference of American Rabbis. National . Conference of Jewish Social Service. Hamilton County, Ohio, Advisory Relief Committee. American Sociology Society. American Association foi' Labor Legislation ,nml the National Child Labor Committee. He is (he aulhor of "Jewish Peace Stories," "Religion and Its Social Setting, me Quest for Peace." iincl a number of articles in the field of social studies. Of his writings John Dcivcy, America's leading educator, has raid: "I esteem. . . it a privilege to testify to Hie work of a great social religious thinker whose own life agrees so completely am 1 uniquely witli the spirit of his teachings." To his students Dr Cronb.ich imparts daily u broad, social vision, nnd is wielding considerable Influence, in shaping -the •thcught and directing the trend of modern Judaism, Following the installation services, a tea and social hour will be held ut the Woman's Club K]ioii- sored by the Ladles' Aid. Everyone is cordially invited to hear the stirring message of Or Cronbach. Scout News ioys — - Girls Boy Scout. Troop 38 met last night at the Christian Church Hall with 24 members present. Tom Reeder demonstrated (lie Morse code as a part of the program on signaling. William Guerin nnd George Hubbard demonstrated Ihc .semaphore code. (Muin-ii Jidlv Oulmodi'd MUNICH lUPi—Hi'iT Olicmscti- er, Munich uell founder, lias In- veiitcd an ii(>i>ara(us whlc'n he asserts will take his at'cirjmtlon away by uiakiut; church bells sii- lierlluons. it consists of six small metal rods, the vibrr.lions ol wblch are Irniisiulttc'd t'lectriciilly lo y an amplifier. School Officials To Hold Session at Dell Tlie reguliir niccling of the superintendents and princlimls of Mississippi county will be held at (lie Dell school Thursday niuht ut 0:30 o'clock. M. K. Owens, .supervisor of high schcols from Hie Blate Deuart- mcnt of Education, will be on I tie program and Miss Charles Jones, Bly/thtvilli; teacher, will speak on "Participation in the state-Wide Safety Program." At 5 o'clock a meeting will bo hrld for those interested In plnn for county basketball. Caruthersville Will Have Christmas Lights CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo.. Dec. 7. —Tlie Christinas lights will be turned on tonight In the business section for the first time of the 1937 season. Ten blocks of the down town sec- lion have been decorated with 1000 gaily colored Christmas lights. The project is sponsored by'ihc Junior Chamber of Commerce. Caruthersville Home Is Destroyed By Fire CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo.. Dec. 7. —Tlie residence of Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Barrow was damaged by fire this morning, believed to have been caused by the |£niving of plumbing pipes. Damage to the house is esllmatcd at $1.000 and a similar ninoiml was figured for damage to the furnishings. Tlie fire broke out under the kitchen door shortly afler a blow torch had been used to thaw pl]>es. Dental Clinic Reports Are Sent To Parents 'Reports of (lie first dental clinic held for the • junior' ami• .senior lijsh school'students In two years are being Kent to parents. Doctors t,.,If..Moore; Freo 1 Child. W. F. Brewer, and H. A. .Taylor conducted the clinic, contributtnj; their services wilhout cost, •The reports lo the parents cx- plnin the doctors' findings and ask thut the refects In the children's teeth be remedied as soon as possible. Each year school athletes are examined as a part of their physical tesU for parttcipaliori. Town Has "I'ied Pfper" NEENAIf, Wis. (UP)—Nathan A. Wmida has become the Pied Piper of this city, hunting rats at (lie city dump each evening wllli a combination flashlight and gun. Tlie light helps him find the rodents which appear only at nijht. He has killed as many as '203 rats In one evening. Wanda says. 1'HTI.K KOCK.-A plan lo educate Die Arkiiiisas public to ivdcru! JLoiislnir Administration pnxilblll- (ies and to combat local opposition has been announced by A. Syrt Wlll- b.iiiks. u-tio has assimu'd olinrgc of Ihc Little Kork niA uffcc us st.ilc ndiiiiutstralor. ll«!ulremfiils Dmwn l'|i Alliiinium reiiulrcincnls for I'HA InsiirrJ loans, based on Tt'iinc.we spccitications. were <lrawn up for niiproval for Arkansas use. Mini. mum requirements include specHl- cntions for .sound .slmcliiri' and lor Insurance protection. First stop in the roortianl/atlon mid educational program will be the apiwlnluiciiL of L. C. llalltniin, I.lllle Kocit, us an Eastern Arkansas co-ordlnator. Mr. Willbanks said. Mr. Hoiiman. also valimtm- for Hip .stair olllce, will be stationed nl Jouesboro. Mr. Mailman will visit major cities and towns In (he section I'vny 10 dnys, Mr, Willbnnks said. He will contact lending inslltiilloiis, Uimlicr companies mul contraclois In addition lo home builders. Kaslern ArVaiims- Leads A similar campaign, also will be carried on in the central and western sections of (he slnle. Mr. Wlll- bnnks announced. '"Eiislcrn Arkansas at present ts dolnu (he HUH Jorlty of building," he saW. t«cnl o;)])osilion to Ihc I''nX plan for Insured loinis for home bulldlntt lins r me from lack of Inforinallon Hurt tbe refusal of .some lending Institutions to aid in the plan" he liointcd out. "Our job at present b to create a desire on Ihe part of tlu> lender to aid and to arouse local Interest," ho added. Mr. Wlllbanlu; hns been connected with the PHA since 1D35. I'rlor lo then li c served In the inoileuyc loan and real estiile depnilmeiit of the Union National Bunk at Little Rock for 17 years. He graduated from the Arkansas Law School and is a member of tli t Arkansas liar Association. Pour Room Farm Residence Slipper Shop Moves Inlo Blaine Building Planned Community Is More Attractive ; Experience during (he" ptet two years has proved to Hie ftedcml Housing ndmlnislrnllon thai neighborhoods planned according to recognized and tcslc'd principles are not only more attractive lo (fie general public, but also more profitable to the dcveloi»r. Therefore, they offer n more desirable source of investment both for the Individual lionic buyer mid the'financial Institution. There lire many good tealiirns In 'ii! widely used cnWn type of iirchl- tcclnrc If HID hoiisi! arrnuijciiionl, work space, um! porches nre cnrc- liilly planned, nnd Die «tndoivs, roof Hues, aiul proporlluns nre worked out, In harmony. Tho lliiiiitrated plnn here Is simple nnd well lUiapteit to routiU or llnlshed outshlv wnlli. This eMcrlor design could bo used also with plnns that Include morn storngo Epaec nnd a bntliroom. Tlso plnn, No. 14109. Is mm of n Inrco iHimber of house desliins for Arknnsas fnrm comllllons. mi<l Is plnnneil so that, native mult-rials and homo inlror nmy ue used In order to permit, use of limited funds for of finished imucrlals, sitcli as cuUlncls nnd flooring Working drawings ol this plan may be secured from 'your County Agent mid Homo Demonstration Agent. L*w Rates Tenas riukntiai FARM LOANS Anywhere in Mississippi County Wilson and Wortbington ls( National Bank Bldg. BlythevIHe, Ark. Authorized Mortgage Loan Solicitor tor The Prndential Insurance Cotnpui; of America In $1,000,000 Marital Mixup j Installs Oil Burning: Furnace In Residence Amonc the residences beliu; Improved for winter is that of Mrs Prank Smmoiis. BIB West Walnut street. An oil burning furnace has been installed with facilities for cooling: the house In flic summer, In addition to furnishing heat for the winter. Tlie batlv room has been mod- ernkcd and It Is planned to redecorate the house al nn early date. Institutions Aided 'flic provisions of the National Housing Act make It i»ssib!e for mortgage-lending: institutions to reenter the residential mortgage field, without running the risk of having unproductive rcnl estate on their hands durng limes when their hands during times wher. nnd productive condition. TJI awaiting a victim, a trapdoor spider will lie at Its door as long as three months. Keiuer News \ KolM'r P.-T. A. DIscusM'S lliallh nf Albleli'S Three talks on the subject ol athletics In the .school were giver, at the I'.-T. A. meeting in (he lloim.' Economic. 1 ; ilulldhiK of tlie Reiser school Wednesday afler- nooii. Hill Nichols gave the stu- illcnts' viewpoint, SuiicrlnlciKlcnt W. E. Plgg Knee tlic couch's nnd school's, nnd Mrs. 0. L, Nichols gave tlie mother's. H was recently decided that the Ihc association would sjioiKor examination for till iithleto, There were forty-nine inemlwn; present. Five dollars each was awarded to Hie fourth,- fifth, and twelfth uriules for obtaining the largest percentage of parents as ini'inliL'i'H In the 1 lust month. Tiie pan or Hie meeting was taken up with selecting a budget for the school year. Sale of lied Gross Christmas soils was also encouraged, The next meeting, Wed; Jan. 12, will lie on Ihc subject of safely In Hie home and at school. At a recent meeting of llio Cot- Ion Growers Association, II. a. Robinson, W. Nf. Taylor, and Jniiics Woodtnd were elected lo administer the )93fl form program In the KcLser community. Wick Hall was selected as alternate. Mrs. J. T. Polk entertained Tuesday afternoon with two (able;; of bridge, Only regular members of tlie club were present. High score prlw was won by Mrs. Orls Oillds. This organization, called "Entre Nous", will meet every other Wcd- day. Mr. and lUrs. C. L. Hubbard mid son of Jackson, Twin., spent the week as guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. W. Watson Jr. A bridge club which was organized among the vouiijj married ladles of Kelscr recently, met, nt the home of Mrs. Lloyil JJrucc Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Wiitson won the liltth .score prize, and Mrs. Maurice Llllle Ihe cut I irl a 1 . Mrs. Freil Crockett atleiided the . A. It. dinner In Osccola Frl- duy noon. Mrs. Lt'iin Holt , Hixl cliiniihlcr nf MIICOII, Miss,, nre vis- Thc 7.ellner Slipper Shop v;iU open for business In Us new location Friday, It was announced today by Morris Miner, owner ol tlie shop, who is moving this week to the J. o. Blaine building nt 202 West Main street, across the street from tlic Hr«l National Bank, The building has just been rc- modehxt and mnde one of the most, attractive business structures lim>. Quarters occupied by the '/.flliier Shop have a grey g)ns« front with maroon trim and niodfrnlslli: display windows In wnleh there nn; spccMl llfrhtliiK arrangt- rncnls. Tin- Interior of the shop Ims teen (|iilj)|ied with fitlracllvc nunooii flxluvcs and this lloor Is iriicti-d In liannoiilzlng tones. : Mr. XcUnrr, whose .stock con- slsU of ladles- shoes, opened ;hts fhop here Ihrce year ago al 'ilO Mnln street, a short distance from lil.s new location. Uefore coming here he was connected with various shoe stores In Memphis mid New York fov a porldd of 1G yeiir.s, Hint! !vfr. and Mrs. W. M. Taylor and family. Mrs. Edwin nnicc Is spending (he week with nn aunt, Mrs. C. E. I'Vir/.lcr In Memphis. Fred Robinson, a student at the- University of Arkansas. Is homo on a visit. Mr. • and Mrs. Mnurlce Little have recently moved Into their new home on tlie north edge ot town. Miss Ellen I.ylcrly ot Hnrrlsbure and Mrs. W. D. Stntcly of Tyron- v.a wej'e visitors among frlcntLs In Kelser over Ihc week-end. • Mr, nnd Mrs, W. B.-McCain an- nomice the birth of n boy, Dec. 3. Mr. ami Mrs. Recdcr • Morgan, who live west of Kelser on Hlgh- way 40, announce (he birth of n girl, early Dec. 4, a PHONE 103 & FOR 'PETE' THE PLUMBER CLARENCE H. Wlf.SON HAKVKY MORRIS RAY WORTHINGTO?^ and counter-charges featured • wnsaUonaJ marital m«-up when Mw. Marion AU**y«. «bove, and MiUionaira glJ-JSpauldSng appeared to a New York court. Each contended theotber WM married befor* the two were "wed" in 1925, anft later divorced. Mrs. Allgeycr, MW wife of a New Orlean* phy- tlclan, ssked $1,000,000 dumagei ^ BE A HOME OWNER \Vh;if a Iliril! you'll }rct when you .sfi'i) in your own ilnor.. .... Ihc slarl of rt'al happiness in your own home, lion'l delay any longer, consult us at once! HAVE YOU A HOUSE FOR SALE? Uetler Wiik-r Fat-ilities Will Help You Sell It ](uincinl)uV (hat old-fiishioiiotl hittli do not appeal (.0 proHpcclivc buyers. Brmp your i)luinbing- and walcv system up-to-date, ami you will (]«<)' it nine)) ciisicr lo .soil nt .1 profit. Vour plumber \vi)| tfnjtty help you lilau needed improvements. BLYTHEVILLE WATER CO. (.'onrteouv, 1'crsonal Attfiitlnn to Kvery Customer '' ll <>nn RO in So. Broadway IT'S EASY TO OWN YOUR OWN HOMB. STOP IN TODAY FOR FUU, I'AUT[('IFI,A«S THE ARKMO LUMBER CO. PHONE 40 against prying winds and driving rain BY EXCLUSIVE PATENTED PROCESS LET US RE-ROOF YOUR HOME, TOO, WITH CERTAINTEED UNIVERSALS FINANCED IN SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS. NO DOWN PAYMENT REQUIRED. E.C.ROBINSON LUMBER CO. PHONE ICO Wo Do The Res 1

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