The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 2, 1938 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 2, 1938
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1938 BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.) COUK1KU NKW8 PAGE Bui Further Building With NYA Labor In Future Likely Near MANH.A, Ark. — 'flic finishing louche:; are being put, on the Home Economics building here under the supervision of W. W. Fowler, superintendent of School District 15 with NYA lixbor. ami funds supplied by the local Lion's club inn: Ihe NYA. The proccl, costing np- .' S3.MJO, was equally f iiYluYd IjeUven the Lion's club ;uu he. NYA. The school district li:i iot expended any money 0:1 ih building. The niidcullttral building was completed last September M a cost lo the district of SlHti. '1'hc- NYA liail .supplied S'iOO. mid the citizens of Manila had donate:! un additional $10(10, The first project of this nature was begun In the summer of 1932 \vilh the hue Floyd Grimes in charge of the WPA. This organization completed the high .school At the Hospitals ' 1,000 Farmers Seek Baptist Church Is Organized Sunday DYESS, Ark,, Jnmmry '31 — A Baptist cbiirdi was oryunlv'.ed here Sunday nt tlie coniinunlty bulking. The Itev. Harvey Ciniy, repre- .tnilvo of the Baptist Home Mission Hoard, was elected mod- ratoi und Mrs. Jinunle Bass was ,, moved to his home at Doll yes- tlecud clerk. A board of deacons (orday in a Cobb ambulance, and other elimch officers will be ' m,. B Kpenu'i- iiiitii'l), of Ynrbro. -.' . le:U>d UUIT. A visiting ijroup ' .. .. composed of the pastors aiu! nieni- of the First Baptist church. Ulythevllle, the Wilson nnd Nettleton Baptist churches acted as nuvlsory council for the body. Others present were the Rev. P. A. Whitcley, missionary for the Mississippi county Htiplisl association uiday afternoon while ill the ollice and On 1 Uev. C. L. Handle ol I.It- O f i,;] K. Alexander, was removed Cc Hock, district eviuiKellsi lor l:ie lu i| 1( . liiyllieville hospital in u Mrs. Joe Hughes tvnd infant son (were removed yesterday from the I Dlylluiville hospltnl lo their home (in n Cobb umbiilance. 'I'otn Craig, who has been 111 ill > tlie home of Mr. nnd Mrs. 11 S. i 1 inuilp after liavlug been a uiillenl [ ut the lllythevllle lio.sullul. was v.-,is removed to the Memphis ll-.ip- llst hospital yesterday In a Cobb ahibuk.iiv-e. . Oliu Dlllani. of Caiuthersville. Is a patient, al the Memphis li'.ip- Ust hospital. , Or. Mark Ucduers, of Luxoiu. who was stricken suddenly ill yes- Ajkansas liapust Slate Cunvcu- iic:n, who preached the or^uni^- , lisa siTiuou. 'I'lic Rev. Alfivit Cur[;inter. pastoi 1 of the First liapllsl t-liurch of Blylhcville presided ovor ihe itu'i'ling. CoW) ambulance. Mrs. Hani Ward, of Holland, is a rui:«nl al the Memphis Haptist V.oipital. Alr.s. Hay Ashmore. of Wilson, lias bi:en admllleil to the Memphis Charter ineinbers of the urgnn- Baptist hospital, '.lion are: Mr. jiiul Mrs. H. II. .j. iv Hayner, of near Uosneli. j Crawford, and daughter. Mary uas iRketi to the Memphis Bap. i niRlKth, Mrs. Jo-j Wilson, Mrs. ii t hospital today In a Cobb uin- J.m IJnss. Miss Irene Uarnwell nr..l l.ulunee. lie (-"ajige Hunter jr.. Mi.v r > Helen fjci.:cnlijt'- Mmw, Rev. and Mrs. Harvey Gray, : IH! Harvey Gray Jr., Mr. and Mrs. failaiid Scott, Mrs. Troy Stalls- Rural Electrification CAKUTIIERSVIU.K, Mo., l-Vb. 2. —John W. Asher. project superintendent of the Peiiilscot-Dunklln Kli'drlc Cooperative, hai niinonnced lhal one lliousund rural i'l's- klents of I'eniiscol and Dunklln counties have 1 applied for membership In the cooperative. He said IMU had applied In Hits county, 'J20 In Dimkllu County. ' Approximately 1110 miles of elee- Ulc power lines are lo he conslruel- ed in Ihe two comities, the work exacted to begin In curly spring. Eighty miles of line will be constructed in ench counly, and Iheso !'"•••: i' 111 be Ihe malor Iriink lines, nllliotigh Inter addlllonal branch lines will be constructed. ,1'resent pluns for the pemtscol County Hues me to stiul from « iwlnl near Tyler, no w esl t« Her- jiioiidiile hi Ihe southwest corner of the county, north HirouBli the Uenlon and Hayou eonmninllles, through lirausjadoclo and on north lo llaytl. The line is to be pieksKl ii|) ngiiln near I'ascoln and runs iiortli through Wardell and I'ench Ori'lmrd. then northeast to the .Stewart's Landing community In the northeast corner of the county. Hears i ^' SS Margaret Mohler and Mahaii Talk i Saturday Ihe Lion's club anil citizens do- [ nnthift more than $300. ' A 450 foot sidewalk extending from tile high school across the . street in front of the gymnasium | JH'einycd 22 cents per foot with the ' citizens of Manila furnishing the : money and the NYA supplying the later. The school district purchased l'.\\\ cents \s-orth of nails on the erection of three coal houses located here, at _ New Hope, and Dangherty. The balance was supplied by Ihe NYA and Ihe Lions Plans arc being made for Ihe .erection of a Teacher's home, an elementary school to be completed by tills next year, just north of the present liigli school. It was said that this project, will cost well in excess of $4,000, with the labor being supplied by the NYA and all necessary funds being donated by the citizens and the Lion's Club. The Parent Teacher's Association has contributed to the bcau- liricalion of the school grounds by supplying over $100 worth of shrubs which were set out by NYA labor. Mrs. Robie Weeks Dies At Holland HOLLAND. Mo.. Feb. 2. —Mrs. lltssic Weeks, ai!, wife of Roljle Weeks, was found dead in beil at home h.ere at 4:M o'clock this nioi'iiiny. Mrs. Weeks hail been in ill health from tuberculosis for some time and her sudden death was attributed to complications re- uilling from tlie disease. Mrs. Weeks Is survived by liei husband, two sons. Billle nml Dickie, a daughter, Hetn, her pir- nits. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lester, two listers, Nellie Lester and Mrs. Wiide Cliiinnell, the latter of Dcn- tcu. Mo., and two brothers, Henry I ester and Lawrence Lester, the Litter of Dell, Ark. Funeral arrangements hail not teen completed today. Dr. C. M. Harwell, of Osccola, spoke on "Fractures and Their Treatment" and l>i'. Thomas K. Mahnn discussed Hie "Treatment cof Pylorospasm" nt the monthly meeting of (lie Mississippi County Medical association at Ihe llly- Iheville hospital Tuesday niuht. Cul of town doctors here for the meeting were: Dr. Harwell, Ur. J. T. Polk of Kelscr. Dr. J. A. Luckett nnd Dr. J. L. Tidwell. bolh of Dell, Dr. W. M. Owen ol Armorel, nnd Dr. A. E. Robinson of Leachville. Others present were: Dr. C. E. Wilson, Dr. L. L. Habeiier, Dr. Malian, Dr. R. E. Schlrincr, Ur. Joe E. Bensley. Dr. .1. M. Walls, mid Dr. P. D. Smith. Forest Tires burned more than 52.UC.OOO acres in the United States in 1930. This is an area larner than Hint of tlie combined state.s of Indiana and Ohio. CARUTHEHSVILLE. Mo.. Veil. 2. — Miss Margaret Moliler, president 1 of the State Federation of Daslness I a»d Professional Wnien's clubs of i Missouri, will be the guest speaker I nl n succlal dinner meeting of Ihe local club to !» held here Sutunlu\ • »iilivj. Feb. 5, ul .Ihe Methodist Church. Miss Jewel Williams, loca club president, announced today Miss Mohler will speak on "Pedcr- ' allon By-Producls" Miss William; stnl«l. iVlins M/>hler. whose home is lit St. Joseph. Mo., Is connccleil with n banking house there. Miss Helen Bedford, chairman of the Sixth Missouri District of B. and I'. W. clubs. C«pc Olrardeiui, Mo., is ex| peeled lo be present ut the meeting also. j A "jumping lieim" Ls not n bcnn I at all. It is one of the three di' visions of the fruit of spurge, » , Mexican plant. Training 500 Students As Automobile Drivers Approximately 500 high school students in 23 Arkansas.cities will • take a course-in automobile t!dvin» ivn'd traffic efficiency the second jtmester of (his school year. T. H. Mlford, superintendent of schools Ui North Little Hock and vice president in charge of the safety de- • partment of the Arkansas Automobile Chib, announced Saturday. Students chosen to take this course in most instances are In the ' 15 year age group and will be permitted to have drivers licenses under tile Arkansas law during the coming year. The course consists of 20 hours class room work and 32 hours field work with an automobile, eight of which are behind the \vheel of the automobile. Teachers conducting the courses in these high schools were given their training at the training course in Little Rock January 0 to 12. inclusive, under Dr. p. R. Noftsinger, of Indiana University find Prof. Amos E. Neyhait of Pennsylvania State college. This course was sponsored by the Arkansas Automobile Club, the Arkansas Department of Education and the State police Do- vartmcnt In cooperation with the American Automobile Association. The Arkansas Automobile Club head office in Little flock announced the following high schools were cooperating and that classes were being started nt the beginning of the second semester in Warren. De- Regional Scout Head Visitor Here Today i li. C. McNab, regional scout cx- i unlive. «as in lilytheville yesler- clay nnd today lo confer with James Edwards on Cub scouting "nd with the .scout committee re- arding the final urrangeniL'iiki for Toy Scout week. , For a rpimber of years, the 125 j routs of Blytheville have ruled Ihe city for. one. day during the icout week, which begins February 6. Another annual affair is the father and son banquet which this year will be held on Timrs- , day night. Complete plans for the scout week program will be announced lalcr in the week. Calotabs Help Nature To Throw Off a Cold Millions have found in Calotabs a most valuable aid in the treatment of colds. They take one or two tabk-ts the first night ;ind repeat the third or fourth night ii needed. How do Calolabs help nature throw off a cold? First, CaloUibs aro one of the most iiiorough mid dependable of all intestinal elimi- n.nnts, thus cleansing the intestinal iract ot the virus-laden mucus and toxins. Second, Calotnbs nre diuretic to tile kidneys, promoting the elimination of cold poisons from the blood. Thus Calolabs servo tlie double purpose of a purgative and diuretic, both, of \vhich are needed in the treatment of colds. Calolabs arc quite economical; only twenty-five cents for the family package, ten cents for the trial oacltage.—(t'dv.) Huff man News Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Pepper, of Little Rock, arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Pepper this week. Allen Spicer is convalescing after an illness from pneumonia. Chnrlene nnd Sunny Hanson, cf Forty and Eight, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Men-lit. Mrs. Johnnie Webb spent the week end with Mrs. Pearl Kenson ot Forty and eight. THIS COUPON ENTITLES YOV! TO \ Student Hunts Indian Relics CLEVELAND (UP) — George J. Vcith, Western Reserve University dental student, spends all his spare lime on long hikes in search of . iiuiian relics. Most of his specimens are found by following the plow, he says. Saturn's lings are swarms very small satellites revolving Queen, Bauxite, Port. Smith. Parkin, [orbits that arc nearly circular. Blytheville, Hope. Sheridan. Helena, Mansfield. North Litllc Rock. Conway. Joncsboro. Alma, Litllc Roe!; High School. Lillls Rock Catholic High School. SInrrisou. Walnut Ridge. El Dorado. Forrest City, i Payettevllle and Marianna. Lone Oak The Lone Oak boys and girls basketball teams defeated the Forty and Bight teams here Thursday afternoon. Mrs. O. N. Forrest visited relatives In Dycrsburg. Term., last week end. ( Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hart, have I innvett into the house which they ' recently completed. Luke Richardson is seriously ill at his home here. Mr. and Mrs. .Harvey Hart and children, of Gosnell. visited Mr. and Mrs. Chnrlic Hart last week end. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charlie Forrest and family have moved lo the Yaruro community. The ripening ot cheese is a bacterial action, similar to ihe aging of wine. Glad I'm Alive!".., ifcispkllsant if yen are feeling good and r*TP> ' Tint's what Dr. Merce's UoLdeu Medi Uiscovtry did for me. li pave me a liclter appetite, incTcascU the flow ol yas irrc juice and (Inis int proved [ny digestion. It's Ionic Ihil helps builr iyou up." [t lelieves stoin jach upsets due to excess acidity and you feel belt Buy now al any drug stor QUALITY FOODS MEATS GROCERIES \Vc pay highest prices on poultry at all times. G SAVE y MONEY AT GAINES MKT. 118 W. Main Phone 93 I5ATTKKY RKCHARGK roil 25c NATIONAL MAJESTIC IIATTK11IES SAFETY AND PLAIN AUTO GLASS INSTALLKI) WHOLESALE AND llETAll, F. L. ENGLER AUTO PARTS 138 E. Main St. 1'1'ono 878 BOWL FOR FUN FOR SPORT Bring Your Party ALL WILL HAVE FUN Sudbury's Playhouse IVORY FLAKES 11.0. MEADS PABLUM BAYER [ASPIRIN: 12 ELECTRIC CORD SET ;:;r:.. 231 r l'h s . of MODESS NAPKINS SOc Siic ' Chamberlain's' Hand Lotion 42 C 7Sc Size rMaybellineT 1 MASCARA] .59 C or 500 ^Cleansing 1 TISSUES 24 C Heavy Gratia MINERAL OIL 37 C SOc Size j'Yeastfoam^ TABLETS MY CAR'S ALWAYS O.K . . WHY? Hccausc I let Motor Sales keep H in A-l condition. They have modern equipment to right. Their Prices are right, too. do A REAL CHY .... ONLY $345.00 1936 Ford V-8 Coupe A Good Buy for a business man. Mechanically A-l. Passed State Inspection. Only $119.00 down and PK!l!IPS MOTOR COMPANY 5th & Walnut Phone 810 COMPLETELY MODERN AUTO REPAIR SHOP FOR Your Every Automobile Need LEE MOTOR SALES, INC. Oldsmobile & G.M.C. Trucks & Trailers Sales and Service 307 E. MAIN ST. PHONE 320 , FREE! , 25« FITCH 1 SHAMPOO U'ith 60c Si if ITALIAN BALM HAIR NEEDS f'ltcti Stuimpoo l)»i>J»ill IUmuY«i,75c3ii« *f*f HnlrNets < S, nr '>ltc C>, IU,Sil.a' Dr atO Golden Glint 4 QC ik.mjrjo, 25cSil« ... Ail Inecto H.ilrDyo 4 29 I.SOSii A~ Honu.n Powiler 4 QC JI.OV.IXf • *& \ Glovers Maimo CJC LAXATIVES Syrup ot Pepsin A*JC C'«U»rclU, CJOc Sii« , , *T m AiUerlkn 7CC I.OOSiit / J /fjc socSiie % . • *rO Hlnhle Pills 4 CC llollleut 101) AO Ollv* Tablets 4 fie ilaol 12, IScSi 1U Krunchen Salts CTTC AII Purpose GLASS DISH A ate PHILLIPS Tooth Paste 19 C ill Und—liniitdivny—Division \\Yoli Hull Spci'iiils — Cash nml Carry MOUTH WASH Pint 49 C or Siu'i'Iiiiriti jier 1003— uraln BROMO KOLYNOS QUININE TOOTH TABLETS PASTE Fln«»t TSc-Sizc Hydrogenl Carter's Peroxide I PILLS per 100 per IOIW-S1.00 I -I Kiiiln per 1011 DENTALNEEDS Prophylactic /IOC Tooll. II,u.),,60cSJi« , 43 Aatrlngosol COC •I 01. will, lo. 11.,! Dolt, «J<3 Cnlox OOC Tooll, I'uwtlir, SOcSit* O*r Kolynot 1A C ;.. AT Wernets l'l»l« i'uwil*r, COcSU Tooth Paste < Dill HOUSEHOLD SALE 4-Purpo»c Vibrator Set (onipM* w.lli nil Koop a chuck en Dry your hair tbo. roujhly, quickly, »UH lht« jirormiontl - type Double Toa>t»r •ItclilcUUiliyer.CWl 10-!ncft 1\«at ptilM, evtihrtl.Mntor 4 •« f >», .rill., .lo.Hl. . , 1 Drlp-Ty»» Cot1«« Getiall the Julcai Makar {• <ie*m »nJ Simply pull II,• fl,,l.K wIM, h»nJI*. 5lr*lnt;utc« e^t«ai» pM«d lid. Ai Ivory •ntm«l ooft N"J»nowfclcK- ^07 Unl.i, . . . .2" lni.»-ca»Ua X s " SOc Site Mulsiflod 1 i SHAMPOO] 3Sc Size BURMA SHAVE Mi Vel Sanitary Napkins. Box of 12 3Bc Size tevelatlor TOOTH POWDER Aiiortfd Colgates SOAPS Listerine |ToothPastc| .33 Cho CHERRIES ll-lb. box 42° Why fuel run down, l^iffcedout?,Y-.,llnJ [t tn cxcvllcnl Ionic. Foe) fine and (111 Toko say. broak« todayl I'V'ileral .Iiulgu ("ij'Mi's 'i for 5c 111 fur 'i(\t Vi-lvol ljilC Sr Hull' Illi' K.IK 2 fur \M- Klc (\va. WtishiiiK' 2 I'm- I Tic Ilk' {•ritnifc 1' for I SiFOUNTAIN: Spct-ial lliis Wt'ek itiiby Miilfi'd iMilk lllc {''rt'sli .Slr'borry Stinilav I So Htil Chdmlnle I Or Duller To.'isli'd I'ei'iin Ice Cream lac I'inf FIRST AID NECESSITIES ' MERCIHOCHIKIMl Sanl-Strlp« 19 C Borjtcd . 19e Adheitve Tape oc l".2l,Jj O Gauze Bandage |/\c Datlroy Dandruff Ihlft naw «aiy WAVI HORMULA 10 ihi . VITAMINS ADD Capsules lllo.ol SO, I'.rkoD.ri. CoriLIvorOll OUFien Lofoten, E'inl . UaliverOil Adex tablet* Sriulbtil, l.OOSilfl . . Halibut Liver Oil Cmiuki, Olifun, 100'^ a> — ScottsEmulslon nac l.ZOSIietloldo , . . «7O REMEDIES Plnex'orCoughs C7C 2).oimcr» .,,... *,} m Plso's 2Q C Jroves *>OC loioO.op., aocSh* . ^O Vapex Inhalant CQC <5cSi, 9? •4oso Drops 1AC CkmpTia Lyplui, !.»•. . Ot Cascara Quinine ^ic T«l,l,l.,U,lll, MeSi,* f,\. RhlnltlsTablets A-yc Kultilienalk, lOO'i . . *V-5 Rel Nasal Jolly O'I C l-OI.dliK.Si..) . . > Ol Harts Efedron *aoc NuftlJtitr,socSii* . O%7 Analgesic O7C n.lm. Ktlttrt ! . . . -3 I Vlcks Vnpo-Rnh O^C Turpo Ointment OOC .UcSi, £~3 CamphoLyptus 50c Site JERGENS LOTION 16-az, rviscollzec Milk of Magnesia, DAHDY AI.AKM CLOCK (in !• « U*«t!lul cutllnlMJ p*i 111 moj.l l& » rhetc. .f l>tl frtin. ir ITVFT. Slln, c»l«r ^UL" £V.' 89 C ' COUGH SYRUP 4-01. .23" 2 Tubes Certified Milk ol Magnesia TOOTH PASTE and Sterldent Tooth Brush All 3 fur Stomach Safftnrt! BisMADSNE *"• <irt c n--r\ t.'l'L?,::,. IPa.nal PLAYING CARDS ''". oec «"// OD HJffl, lulf« [Mil, <trW Pepsodent I Antiseptic! 59° HEAT PAD i hi|h, loworm«diura. , LTw» aoubl* thcr. A • Our stocks of drug* are complelo — and FRESH — our pharmacists are all • . • registered men, carefully selected.'. $1.00 Yeast & iron Tablets 39c $11(0 Hot Water Bottle 49c 25c Chux Paper Diaper 19c $1.00 Fever Thermometer 79c $1.68 Fountain Syringe 59c Absorbine Jr., Small 15c *, B | C H -A V H O ' K O 0 HK(I #".< Peruna 98c | Mar-o-Oil Shampoo 49c-69c Lucky Tiger Hair Tonic 39c-89s | Prep 19c SSiS Py-co-Pe T. Brash 39c | Pinkham Veg. Comp, 99c junior si^es of . . - •- S3 Pcctrol Vaporizing Chest Hah for Colds 35c aaaEa Creasotei! Emulsion for Coughs 49c-79c

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