The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 13, 1937 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 13, 1937
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 1937 Br J TO1KVIT,T,R l (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 1 .lames MrGhee Of Forty A nd Eight 4-II Council Mi-ad" Gelling .Dearly lo Tree Simla Clans PAGE THRER .lumps McGhre of 40 and B, wus circled president of !hc Mis- Msslpiil Coiinly Council of Hoys nil!) Oli-ls •)-!! clubs in the »ort)j- j crn district nt the annual i>I«- llou mcelliiB 'icW I'* 1 ' 1 ' Satui'diy. Oilier ufllcers mimed wcr»: O. I. HCHI! of Eki'on, vice prcMc'ciH; Hli ill Hunan of Arnwrol, srcii!- Uiry; l.oln Thompson of land, treasurer; Mrs. A. iitr of BoynioH. reporter. Tlit :iC oflltcrs :iinl lei proved 15 projects. lo b I^IH in 193/J, and on «)[i!initiec wns mimed nit (lie dciulls for (lir li. C.: p-i-s ap- <-nni J [l lo work Tlu'.sc projects wei'o: uj hold :< county play taiirnutm-iu. .1 county basketball lourrmmr-m. ;i county i ally, lo have a boom .11 the.- county fair, to .sponsor ;i weekly -!-H club broadcast, lo hoH! club lours lit HIP. six projects or di'imm- Mrallom, to .spiul ilp-legaU'.s '« «.i»-' >talc camp, to bold a cnc-;tiiy county judging school, to havp :it least tlurp nljjiit social,'; in cnch club while school Is now in t"i- iiaii, each club shall train a demonstration judging loam «-iih llin county winner to represent ilic county .11 .staid camp, for (mil demonstration, for Ictim <lomon: trator.s to be fideclcd to put on a (Icinnnstrnioii ;il the county lair, lo put the words of ten Jongs in the year br»k. lo liavc n "sing song" at ti:c rally, lo .SPIKI members to the experiment, sta- lion Visitation Day and for each member to observe "Better Homes by 1 doing at least one thing to iiinfee In's or her home more attractive. The executive committee is made up of officers of Die council and Miss Delia Pnrtle. T. H. Ivy. Auble Smith and Ibe county agricultural and home demonstration agenls. who will meet Saturday to work out the details for these activities. Lunch, prepared by Miss Cora Lee Coletran, Iiome demonstration agent, was served at noon. Games were played in the afternoon sssion after Hie business was completed. J. E. Critz. formerly county agricultural agent and now o! Comvay. was a guest. He spoke briefly of his present work witli the Soil Conservation Service. Slcclc-Cooter Holland CVSOIlil MKs luiot;i'iu' Miniiitiii:, hi ch'cl. u'u.s i' of donor :H :i .surprise linniTle showi-r ill ttu- of Mrs. .lonnir UUodi's. A Cliflstmns .vcht'iiH' wu.s r:i •- rlccl nut in the ilrcomllons. Ml:;. ! f'ioyrl Kmltii won hluli :.<••:! i i ward; Mr.-;. Cluy l,i>\vis, low M<jtv; n<l Mis liolx'ii KU'eli' won bunco it/-'. 'j'ht' served cbtekrii xuluil iiulwlclii",. individual vi'dchiV! ukr.v, oiiicc mill mints, TlK' out Of (own ym'StS WC'lt' Irs. i;lny l,«vls. of Huyll, inn liss Helen C'opcluml, <i[ niv'.lic- inc. Mrs. Hob Billion nnd linby were ivliirm'd Inline- [rum tin- lilyllii'- vlllc hospital FTIiluy In « tiei'tniin •.iiuliiilancj', she is mufh Improved, Mr. mill Mis, ViMnu'i- Cumplicli wild .son. .iDlinKi, iitul Mrs. Jtir Kmscll .shrppnl In Ulylhcvilk' Si,I- irntny. KC;H| Courier News Want QUALITY FOODS MEATS GROCERIES We |)iiy liijjlicsl |)l'ic(>K »n ji) nil linn's, SAVK MONKY A'l' GAINES MKT. 1IK \v, Main I'hni,,. Ihst Aincr-icini city to luive street liglits, FOR CHRISTMAS of Your l'l)nl<n;Tiip)i SOUTHWOHTIi All * GIRLS! EARN MORE! lncri'iisc well |i;iii licensed yiiiir incnme )>y lonrnlnx u |iri)(Vssl»ii . . . yon nm ))e a Hi'inilieijtn with SI'N mimllis . . . enrol; now in Hi School Eagle School of Beauty Culture Open Jill). 1st 2ml Mcolinjr nil Kind' Requirements fur Arlinnstis iinil iMissonri. Sdilc Aiipruvci) i: Fco iiNSTIM/CTOKS Spcciiil Cmirse I'dr Yiinii|r i\),.n nnd liarlicrs Wrilr for full delnils lo LESTER FISHER GIPSON Krcwsou Avt>. .lojiosliflro Ark, Santa won't be up n tree Tor a place to put presents if (he woodsmen of the snowy northern slates can prevent il—the harvest of Christinas trees, smnll spruces and hemlocks, is In full swing. In the rocky pastures o( New England, liko that at top, and the lorests of the Middle West and the Mountain States, axe wieltleis cut down the trees that will bring pleasure to young Christmas morning. old throughout the land Mrs. W. M. Fields Heads Lodge At Leachville LEACHVILLE, Ark.—Mrs. W. M. Fields was 'elected Worthy Matron of the teaclivUle chapter, of Order of Eastern/Star'at itsregular meeting Friday night. Oilier officers elected were Wul- ter Skinner, Worthy Patron; Mrs. P. A. Alexander, associate matron; I 1 '. P. Fisher, associate patron Mrs. T. O. Wilkins, conductress; Mrs. T. A. Kennett, associate conductress; Mrs. Fannie Lacw secretary; and Mrs. Nina- Morgan treasurer. ' Appointive officers will be named at a later meeting A public, installation of the Masonic and Eastern Star lodges of Manila and Leacliville will be licit! -in Leachville. Dec. 27. Drivers Flunk Questions On Fundamentals ! JACKSON, Mich. (UP)—Jackson ! police shook their beads in bc.wll- Boy Ritas 175 Miles Imprisoned in Boxcar YOUNGSTOWN, O. <UP) — Ed-| die McGarry \vas tired and sleepy, so he crawled into a freight cnv In yards at Loweliville near Mis. n. Harper 1ms come to Sydney for a holiday. The claim is on the Atob river, live days' mnrcii derment as. they corrected papers written during n drivers' evening] the train schcool. The reason? These an- here. •wers: i Sleep filially overtook ll-year- Q. What is double parking?! old Eddie mid when he awakened A. Danger. | n, e door of the freight, car was Q. What is oheMii-m • driving? closed nncl-the-ciiUit. was moving. A. Bad business. I One hundred seventy-five miles Q. Do you think that if every-! distl " u m a Tolcdo tra . in >' art1 ' EcJ one used common sense and courtesy there would be as ninny accidents? A. Yes. Q. What is speeding? A. Cover- Ing ground too fast. Q. Name three places where a Re»d Courier Rewt Want Afl» Negro Junior Class Portrays "Who's Who' a pro- Who in The Junior class of the Harrison high school, the negro school of this city, entertained the students and faculty with grain Friday on "Who's History." Some of the negros mentioned were Phillis Wiieatley, Benjamin Bamker. Marion Anderson, George Washington Carver. Booker T. Wellington. Mary McClotid Me- ghnme, Frederick Douglas Paul Lawrence Dunbar. Joe lams John Henry Lewis. driver should not park. A. Alleys. Q. Where should a driver park in reference to a cross walk?. A No. Q. When should a driver sound his horn? A. Yes. and Girl Sent By I'nst LONDON (UP)—A. O. Crane, an exhibitor at a stamp exhibition here, found he was too busy to take his 10-year-old daughter, Patricia, out to luncheon—so he pasted her to her mint's house at lltord. The human parcel cost S1.5G lo send, and was delivered by a 15-year-old messenger. No less than 5.000 distinct species of dinosaur reptiles ore known to have lived In the Mesozoic ace Tliey ranged in size from small rabbit-sized creatures to the hurr f Hrachios.-uiriis, 80 feet, in length" fl PHONE 103 € FOR 'PETE' THE PLUMBER die '\vns • fount! half starved and fro'ien in a boxcar. He was rc- I'jvned home here after his invol- inilary ride. Blind Get White Canes D1XON. III. (UP)—Only blind persons are permitted by a new cily ordinance to carry white canes on city streets. A business men's cliil) will distribute the canes to blind persons and the city ordinance requires nil pedestrians and vehicles to stop when approaching a person bearing such a cane. AVoman Operates (Jold Mine SYDNEY (UP)—After operating a gold mine single-handed for a year in the jungle in New Guinea Everything for your enter tninmcnt and comfort. ARKANSAS & MISSOURI FARM & CITY | LOANS Low Interest Rates Easy Payments-Long Terms Fastest closing mortgage Joan hiisiness in these stales. service of any company doing FLORIDA BROS. & GO. Life Insurance - - Fire Insurance Investment Scciirilie? OSCEOI.A, ARK. Last Time Today DEAD END The Morning AflerTakin^ Carters Little Liver Pills ROXY Admission Always lOo & MK Show every night. Maffnecs tVI- toy, Saturday & Sunday Only. Friday & Sunday Matinees sUrf 2:J5 p.m. Salurday Co itlmious sliowing fr om 1 to II: (0 p.m. Night shows start CMS p.m. Sylvia Sidney, Joel McCreu & Wendic Harrie Also Paramount News & Comciiy "I'lirc Feud" with Edgar Bergen « Charley McCarthy. Admission Matinee lOc & 2fic Admission Night tCc Jt 36c TUESDAY Also Filzpalrick Technicolor, "Ijin Comeily. Travellalk, in of IncasV and Last Time Today Love On Toast with Stella Ardlcr & J I'aync Also Fox XCMS & Comedy. PAL NIGHTS! Tue.-Wed.-Thur. 2 Adults Artmillcd for Price of HE'S THE PRIZE DEFECTIVE OF THE WHOLE POLICE FARCE! t tarring HUGH HERBERT MLEN JENKINS- MATO A RALSTONi ^^sscsissrsssass: •: Also sclccltd shorts. Broadway Phone 23 DrlnKt-N-WeU Nursing Doll Litila Girli tout 7Vl«m Jucl ocucious Sag Racing Car New Thrilling G*mo! "Blrjo" Movie-Jector Chrutmat Tree Lights c Set Oneiioeioul.oiheiAllay Others 49&98c Gilt Basket of CHOCOLATES The Alwayv Appropriate Gill! The Family'* Gift I FAMILY ASSORTMENT X. C Mattercralt "Fall-Villon" Bread Toaster Q39 M onlaini CnrnnicU, Hard - Centers, With Cord and P'.ag Sine 10 p)e»ie ihe wbolc family. Chfomii/m pUtcd xilh Pmx Blati Intetl* LEI lidci *nU dot"'. - Parke-Caurt Its Delicious! The~NEW KUPFER ASSORTMENT 8-Day KITCHEN CLOCK A piaclical, useful gift for llic home fy 4, £ combining accuracy with beauty. White Frotted BED LAMP I 49 Choice of chrome or copper finish. Complete with corJ nnd bulb. L*on Laramt Manicure Kit In n beautiful lenlhcc zipper ideal oifr 2-Pc. / G°lft Set nnd lip- _ lick \n smart ^ 1 3-Pc." Gift Set iugc, powder flnJJipslick in n gorgeous box . RAZOR BLADES iron Lorairtt Triple Compact ConlAmt lipsticlt, ^^ ipiig* «nd looie ^M 5 O ivder space , . . Tahini Perfume An c.-lolic floral ptifumc lli n I i > I nsling btt nolhf «vy. Smart bottle in

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