The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 13, 1937 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX ME rai Clubs In Osccola Distn'ci I fold Theiv A n n n a FJedious O7CEOLA, Ark., Doc. 12.—Offl- eers of the Soiilli Mississippi County 4-11 Club's elected ve.stmlay nre: I;VM-«: Harold Humble, president; Rescue)! illmley, vice-president; Hi- fi" ''iiniiln;liam, secrctnry; Eunice Wiilker, reporter. l-'iiey: Robert Johnson, )%osldc'nt: Wnnda Kw«r, vie? president; . c v|-''i Cool:, secretary; Ju.inlts Wlii!'\ re-porter. Mllllgim Rid?e: I.uuille Vrtsl- !' -r. rrcsidont; John .Slmleen. vi'''--ill-evident: C?eo WatK. ye?re(.,.... \/ avv Musuiin. reoorter. Wiiitlori: Mavis Rushing, nresi- •';•'•- £d"ll Piinnr-ll. vice president: T.'-'i'id. jn Rnsliim, secretary; Mary J'Yanees Ijong, reporter. W«sl nidge: Helen Hlnslmw, p'-psiilent; Land!'Moore, vice president; La Jnnd Rlioads. -secretary; 1 '-! Velelo. reporter, .Kelser: Francis Anchlin. rjresl- "-YI-. M sisca. vice president; Ni-lJc Ferguson, secretary; Clfiytou V/hltc, reporter. . iro teller: John D. Glllxw, presl- dtnl; Hill Morgan, vice )>n.'.s.vu.iw; Jiinpiye Meadows, secretary. Dt/ess Personals BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWI Louisiana Fathoms "Ocean of Oil «•*"• «s»p "sir, ' J>>; ! Doris Garrett First Grid Queen At Dyess 'iiiiothcr End of "brave", ssnii, "At The. jminilly building to II Trail, Woodward, aiiollier' and Herman 'brave", sani! "At The End of the Trail." A Itilk, I DYESS, Ark., Dec. Il.-The Dy-i"° J! To Ti 'e Rodeo," was given Dy I c->:s High School Booster Club j MLs!i Irene Barnwclt, after which tipaasarcd by Miss Marie KeynokLs, iTOu-iied Miss Doris Garrctt, senior, queen of football :\l tlie "Lust Round Oil", (jivpu In the community building dcre lu:,t niglit. Mi\s Garrell will i<o down In liis- 'lorv ns nyess Colony's (Ir.sl foot- Apprnxiinately ,s|;<i v , )( .oplr :IL- H-nded (In; fobtljall ban(|U<-t in flu cafe preceding the rodeo show ;i.ii'l- coronation cwjuoniiw. TJn- |liivnciiiloii wus Kivt'ii by J. E. | Ciiiiiv, .superintendent of whools ; :i "V/i-lcoini! to oiu- nimplii-e", t- Walker, clieei leatld,-. u,.- .'.inn'.n, l.v Kiirl MiU-hiill ••llrcmuii li.i',1111 1 ". Coach (ieojge I'lckJns wus elected as Uu I new "fmciiian", 01- <-n|>t:iln ti\ his I li-ain fuj- JBM. J I'ii-feiii!;. Hilly Tom Fnnii-s Chid While K-njh-", was i,l(-,i,,i i.' «.t. and Herman Woodwind, ' per Artillery Has New Gun LONDON (UP)—New >r Suns, combining Die t of a Held gun nnd howilv.er, rodeo pro- | are to be issued to tlie- Royal Artil I lory ..next year. Thc gun is t 0 re — 1 place (lie 13-poimder gun , m ,i .,.„ o n i..,.i. • ,. . ° llll ll 111! o.Mnch howitzer used by n lf Royal Horse Artillery nml ih c ,u poundor gun ana tlie 4.5-liic)ciiav; ' U?.cr at the Field Artillery. Miss Charlie Mac Wright, who vis injured in an automobile, ac- nclcnl here last week ho-, been removed to Hot 'Springs, where she i 1 under the care of her uncle Doctor Ernest McKcn/le. Miss Ruth Wiltoughby, nlso Injured, Is r-™vcrh)6 at her home In Ty- i on/si. ' , Mi-s. A. H. lirynnt. ot liicklns, . Mo., who lias been visiting her ('ftnshtcr, Mrs. Paul Wiggins, is ill in the Uvess hospital. ^frs. Woller Matlock has rc- - Inriitxl from Fort Smith, where r.he allcndecl the annual meeting cf the Arkansas Hnptfst State Convention. Mr. and Mrs. Gail Hot Is nutl .'on Biuloi). x of Lndcn. North Dakota, are visitini; In the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Holland. The Botk lire on their way to'Mi- ninl Reach Florida, 'where they will spend the winter. * k Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Craig arc visiting relatives In Sleele, Mo. . tills week. ' The Rev. Harvey Gray, Baptist pastor, was called home from Port Smith where he was attending the meeting of the Arkansas Bnntist State Condition, because of the sudden dcnlh of Mr. rarsons ol Honiersi'ille, Mo. Rev. and Mrs. Gray went Immediately to Ilorn- ersville. where Mr. Gray will conduct the (imera! services. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Peters of .Little Rock, were on the Colony recently, visiting Mrs. Peters' pnr- enls, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Dudlsy. Robert Echols. now of Hnrrls- biirg, is home to spend the Christmas holidays with his parents Mr and Mrs. J. R. Echols. Mrs. Homer Johnson, of Dallas Texas, Is visiting in the home of r.cr parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. N Keen. Mis. Keen entered the Dyess Hospital Thursday for observation and treatment. Mrs. W. Z. Cheathtim and Mrs John Richardson, who underwent major operations at the Dyess liospilal last «-ei*. have been returned to their homes. The Colony council of Homo Di'moiulraiion clubs will meet n' Ihe community building, Mondav Uccetnuer 13, at 9:GO A. M Tlie nro«rani will be centered around the making O r Christmas gifts Mri,-. E. s. Dudley and Miss lues Kincaid will display pAttenis. aiu-i demonstrate home made gifts. The Colony wide Parent Teacher Association will meet at the community building at 2:00 P M Monday, with Mrs. SidtSey Doster presiding. A profrani will be had on recreation. Miss Marie Reynolds, physical culture teacher with » sroup of children will demonstrate n class in calisthenics. Mrs Lloyd Cox will talk on how recreation may affect the mora! life of Ihe colony. Mrs. J. R. Echols will I Predictions of a virtual ocean of oil In the rocks j beneath the C.nlf of Mexico. 18 miles from land, have spurred.Loufcian/t to embark on an ambitions project lo lap the pool. Above, a barsje floats the derrick and drilling equipment, used to probe :he ocenn bottom for "blnck gold." HAPPY RELIEF FROM PAINFUL BACKACHE Caused by lired Kidneys tfe* Yes'm-Its the Gift Ideal" Cahvulks link the drijllnj; operallon.i u-lth land In the shallower reaches of the oil Held, and one'- 1 utandoned wartime frel«hters, below, are anchored olf shore to serve as storey ships. And 'un ncaiby l.slnnds men dig silt, at top. for n;;e by drillers ut, sea in cutting thiomjli tlie rocks. You Buy a Hal Gift Certificate Neaily Packaged In Miniature Hat Box and He Makes His Selection Latir! ..[ kj,im.. Thai's all their, is IL il Hut (lift CtrUncutu fur niinialiiic iial lio.v (m , i. l«i.-V»r]i,- rumr.iis lulls at bis own Msiirr. . vim buy : , >lallnry ar St;.t>Xiil S3. Vi, ar S7.SD, |:l;\cc Ilir ;,(Ionil>lt :unl lie vt-lrcts our of tlu-.se Locomotive Fireman, Retired With Perfect Record, Lives At Gosnell "Purly-six years vvltliaut a mark" Is the record of J. H. Hend, second oldest firemim of the Missouri Pacific .inllroad wlio has conic to Blythcvllle to spend his last dtiy.s. Afler having bwn pensioned by the railroiul, he is living on a farm he Ims purchased, secure financially because lie Ims an income of $1,077 annually in addition to $1,275 ho received In d lump sum recently ns a retirement lunuiity. This 'll-yeai-old Tormei lire- ninii wlio made Hie run from Little Reck to Poplar Bluff, Mo., "without ever harming a Imir on • anybody's hend", is n firm believer in pensions. In fact he has three chief subjects of conversation— pensions, hts perfect record as si fircmnn i and why everyone .should "travel and ship bv mil". Among his proudest possessions is n pin from the Missouri Pacific railroad "in recognition and appreciation of n long nud faithful service", another from the nillrond brotherhood which shows he was a member until he reached thc retirement age. n life-time pass on Ihe railroad and n new certlflcit* of annuity, which accompanied the «1.275 check, and which he Ims framed. Thc one nc"'» < .ont of I.is life »M strangely caused by |,is ow]1 cll . gine. He "turned lier over" lo ll>s net fireman, at the end of ills run. and was riding the engine on the outside to the sales ol the railroad yard when he fell bc- ncalli the whci-ls. His foot was severed nnd he was compelled lo be off his job for eight months.- the only time he missed for more than a few days—during his eiilirc service, except for regulnr vocations. Mr. Head liked his vacations jiul he spent Ihem '.raveling—not back I and forth to Poplnr U.uff as onj his daily rmi-jut to England.' Ciita. California,—eight times,— talk on how recreation mnv affec', j the socin) life. Tlie eroiif) will sing Christmas carols. A large crowd is expected as the school busses will run on regular schedule to pick up the women for boll: home demonstration club and P - i T. A, meet Ings. The American aloe, or century plant, is not a true nloe. nnd does not live 100 years. . n.y five I, >• l,y miUil.ns (., U- r.l;,-f »ml »ill 7.KKONI: ANTI-PKKKXK HKATEBS S07 Ward Canilhmvlllc FREE CHRISTMAS GIFTS . your I'limplctc Icr aillo n e i- il s I'HKE <;irr.s. ARM AilTO PARTS MO'l'Oll Oil, I»KFKUSTKUS HATl'EKIKS 12* K. Main MALLORY . HATS STETSON HATS $ 6- $ 7 50 ^s mual the best is always at MEAD'S 315 WEST MAIN STREET Balance Your Budget at .. **^ I i* Heart Cliiciigo, points of Florida : ninny-oilier places of Interest. But lie snys he prabnbly won't travel nny more but iilnns to re- fidc on Ills 40-ticru fnrm lie rc- cctnly purchased In the OosueH community; Here, lie lives with !I:H only son. H. H. 'Head, who wii.s nlso with the railroad for 15 years until lie \vns. "Inld off during Ihe depression, lii.s daughter !ti Inw, their four sons nnd (Innth- ter.s, and Mrs. Head's mother Mrs H. /li. Murphy. J. C. EVANS Box G<M Dlythevillc, Ark. District Manager HAMILTON TRUST FUND S]»nsored Uy Ilniniltoii Dfixisitors Corp. & l^e Recommend. NTRYCOAl *^ "^ FDHM NHCDirH'c rinor un * FROM AMERICA'S FIRST MODERNISTIC PREPARATION PLANT SENTRY \ tCOALl As Modern as the Plant in which it is prepared $7.00 ton GAY & BILLINGS PHONE 76 ATTENTION! TO INSURK SAFETY And (lootl Performance For Your Car Through WINTER You Should Have II Checked Regularly. We Make This Check FRKE for Urakes, Lights. IJattery Anti-Freeze and Wheel Alignment Ford Anti-Freeze Preslone Winter Lubricants PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. 5th and Walnut rhon<- sio Into the Thrilling Excitement of the Christmas Gift Buying Season We Launch this BALANCED BUDGET CHRISTMAS HART SCHAIFNER & MARX AND MANSFIELD SUITS TOPCOATS $24 75 A Snil nnd Topcoat Sale that tukeg top honors bv "• wide margin and .just in (he nick of time to help balance CUristmus Rudijets. Kvery Siiil and Topcoat tailored hy those famous makers . . . Hart Schaffner <V- Marx and Mansfield and all from our Fall and Winter, ]!Ki7, slock. In Suits yon may choose front single and double breasted lounge and Continental models. !n topcoats you may choose from velours, algoras, moss tinish algos. 100'; Camel Hairs. Kvery si/e available and every one unconditionally guaranteed. As usual the best is always at MEAD'S 315 WEST. MAIN STREET We'll Wrap and Mail Your Gifts

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