The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 6, 1932 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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Tuesday, September 6, 1932
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TUESDAY, iSKI'TKMHKU'6, 1932, Uoiverjity Plans 200-Pound Grid Club LEWISBURG, Pa. (UP)—Buck- nclj university plans to organl/e a "200-pound club" on its varsity fottball squa'd. Eight men on the 1932 squad of 36 players tip the wale at more lliau 200 pounds. Captain Eddl: Ncld, Danville, Pa., heads the list (it 230 pounds. Carl a. Snuvoly, Bucknell coach, said Ills charges like hard games EO tie arranged *'ltli Fordham, Temple, Lafayette. Villanova, Western Maryland, Washington and Jefferson, and Georgetown to meet his eleven on successive \veck-ends. Electricity May Determine Fruit Ripeness COBVALUB, Ore. till 1 )—Farm- ors soon may be electrically testing pears to determine (he correct time for picking. ' A contrivance that measures diderences In electrical resistance of pears at dUIcrcnt stages of riixne&s has been dcvelopd by Oregon State College extension specialists. The device is expected to replace a "mechanical thuniu" now available to growers to test hardness of fruit as an Index for picking time. JUNCTION CITY, Kan. (UP)— Governor Harry WoodrJiig, Democrat, nursed a black eye today and tore in bilcnce the sallies of humorously Inclined friends, .who su°- .BLYTHEVILLE, (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Englishman-Shocks 'Em With SJiorts For the flisl time In the history of! the national singles tournament,! a player—and an Englishman that—appeared on (he court shorts instead of the traditional! long white flannels. Bill if Henry! W. (Dunny) Austin realized (ho' stir created by Ins attire. 11 made; no difference In his game. He is £ shown here In action during hisl match with Cecil Metz. of Men'.-j phis, Teiin.. whom he defeated in* straight heats. York town Scsqiilcenlennliil was observed last year. I'arllclimlng In celebration of the ilstorlc event will be offlcLils of the Colonial National Monument. Hie Coiiitc de Cirnssc Cluptir of Daughters of the American Revolution, ami Hie Thomas Nelson, Jr., Chapter Sons of the American Revolution. gestted he .slick to his party's cm- uleni for riding. Visiting t'ne Kansas National Guard encampment, at Port Rlley. the governor mounted a horse. The horse reared, slrikiiig film in t!fc eye with Its head, and-then tossing him on. The black eye was the ;overnor's only injury. il.OCO Needed to Stage Celebration YORKTOWN, Va. (UP)-One tlioiisnnd dollars will be needed lor staging the 151st celebration of Cornwallis' Surrender to George Washington, here Oct. 15. The Mininf Claim Gives Youths School Funds ISAKEHSFIELD. Cal. (UP)-Austin and Jack Holmes, 15 and 16. respectively, were back in school here, living on their "wealth." The two boy.s, sons of Gcoryo Holmes. ml\\\ug engineer of the Mojnvc rteserl, mined ore thai net- led them $1,200 during their nine- wooks vacation frojn school. They were assisted by their 13- year-old sister and their motlier in their lease on « mining claim. They planned to \s-ork their lulm on Saturdays and Holidays 'n an effort, to earn enough to sec them through college. ^Courier News Want AeU Par. Mayor Onnak Sees German Cljancelloj 1 Churcb-Gwr Attendi WonWpjw 22 Yean CHAPEL HIU>, N. C. (UP)—Add tills ono to the long-distance Sunday school »«d church Attendance records. KvrcKo W. Neville, who hax b«n living hero since 18»5, claims wine kind of laurels for consecutive *l- Irmlnnoc at. (he same church. He lias not fulled to »tleiid Mrvlc« at Chapel Hill's United church for 22 >'"">• Ho recently completed his uEo's Mayor Anton Cermuk called on Finn/, von l'.i]«n the Gcv- Chancellor, rturlng his Kuvoiwon tour In the Interests of the icomliiB World's Mr. Tins t ,lclurc shows Mayor Cennak. left, with the Cieiman leader In Berlin. OR«THEI 1 To Dona Delo the call of the open country was irresistihle. Chance took her to her lather's limber camp when a posse was forming i'or a man hunt, and immediately she was plunged into exeiting adventures. "Call of the West", the new serialiby R. G. Montgomery, tells the story beginning , September 14 In COURIER NEWS Wth MMtcutth;e-,jre«r <* Buwlpy school attendance/ Be his never b«n Mt, ,.- . , N*ville not (only la * t«tul»r at- wnduit »t church and Sunday tchool, but lie Is-sexton «Bd ortan pumper. " ' " . Dr.PaiJF.fclcCtttc^ Dentist • STEELE, MO. Phone 85 TAKE A GLORIOUS Any time this year or next year with Free Transportation over any railroad in ihc United Stales, through the courtesy of those lilytheville Merchants - - 1,000 Miles of Transportation For $100 In Trade of the four local murclmnU iiiK in this ull'er will issnu I'l'Ojiwi'ity Coins in dcnomiiialions of from 5c to ?5 for similar amounts .spent will) them. These Prosperity Coins when properly submitted to tlic l-'ctleviition of Independent .Merchants, Challanoogii, Tcnn., will Ije excliaiifiwl for trnnsiiortiition over any raili'Oiul in the United Stnle.s. A coin card will bu issued each customer who wishes to savu thc.su JVo.s|)erily Coins. The Jir.st card JIHS space for ?10 worth of 1'rospcrily Coins. \Vlicn it hits been properly tilled out and .sent to the Kcdijrution of Independent ilereliants a secoiul c;ud will bu sent yon, which is to bo filled out in n .similar manner. When Ilie ten curds liave been properly filled out and submitted ;i Script Jlilwigc Uook, good for 1,000 miles of free riiilroiui transportation will be issued. Use this free IrnnsporliUiou for a business or pleasure trip at liny time within a year from . the dale Hit Ijnok i.-; issued. |(, will IK honored by any railroad in this country. Von don't have to be a regular customer tif any of these local jner- chanls to participate, and you may save Prosperity Coins i-ssued by all four business places. • You'll be .surprised how quickly you can save the. Sinn worth. Simply buy your groceries and meals at .McMiillin-s C'asji Grocery, your dniifs, loilcf. goods and ]irescrij>tioiis at Jiell'i Pharmacy, your men's clolliing at, the Ntw Mead Cliitliinjf Colnpany and your gasoline, oil, tires, etc.; at liill Wumlurlich's Main Servicu Station. Prosperity Coins May Be Obtained From- Bell Pharmacy Main Service Station New Mead Clothing Co. McMullin's Cash Grocery

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