The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 7, 1938 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 7, 1938
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1938 Announce Arrangements Tor Most of Major School Competitions CARUTHERSVIIJ,E, ' Mo., Fol) 0 —Plans for holding uie five major events in Die way of lii^-li school coni|)L-tlllon for Pemistot County have been jirocUrnUy completed according to announcement yesterday by ofTicials of u,e Pemiscot County High School Association. The first c-ompclilivc event (Ito county basketball tournament,' will iff IieW In CnnilhersviHo, Tuesday I.U'filnealay, Thursday and Friday l\/iruary' 22, 23, 24, 25. Sessions arc planned for Tuesday night, Wednesday afternoon and iilglit and Thursday and Friday nights' Players will be limited to ten boys and twelve • boys. Officials for the tournament, have been selected ns follows: May. East prairie, first; Ford, Cape Oli'ardejiii. second- Mayhew, Sikeston, third; Miller,' Cape Oinuxlcaii, fourth; and stalling Sikcston. IHtli. noys and girts trains will compete from Canilhersville, fitecle. Dceriiif, Hayti, Wurdell, Holland, Braggadocio, Cooler and B>'»ig City will have a boys' learn only. Upton Palmer of Cupe Oirardeaii has been invited to act as judge of the dramatic meet., to be liel'i at. Haytr" on March 18. Each school cntoied will be given 15 minutes (o present a play of Its own choice, preliminaries to be held in the afternoon, at which time the judge will select tlie three best, those ot present their plays in the evening, and at that time be; judged first, -second, third. The judge will also select a. fourth place winner. Tlie literary and music meet, will >jf> held iirHolland, 7 and 8. "and each school will be allowed 30 Dilutes to present a program of its own choice. Drawings for the order of their appearance are as follows: Braggadocio, Caruth'ersvtlle Coootcr, Bragg City, Deering, Holland, Warden, Hayti and stcele. In the track meet to IK held at Deeriiifj one week prior to the district meet at cape oirarrtean which dates have nol yet been announced, 'first and second place winners will receive cups among the schools, and ribbons will to given for the first four places-ii) each event. The order of the events is as follows; 100- yard dash, snot put, 880-yard rim. 220-yard nin, pole vault, 120-yard high hurdles, discus throw. '440- yard vim, broad jump, mile run.' 200-yard low hurdles, medley relay, high: jump, 880-yard relay. Supervising officials of the meet will be Coach Jack Hopkc, Carutbersville and Supt. W. H.-.Faster, Wardell. F ' "-"' *' l10 ^'' '•'' comrjlptc d for the tennis meet, which Is to be held at Hay (I on May 5-G. The Pemiscot County High School Association is comprised of eleven schools: Braggadocio, Bragg city, Caruthersvlllc, Cooler, Deering Holland, Hayti, Warden, Stcele, Concord <utd Haywnrd. All are consolidations, except llnyll and Canith- ersvlllt. • _ BLYTHEVIILE (ARK.} COURIER NEWS Osceola Sociely — Personal Wins Collon Production Title; Shawnee Student Captures Second Pi men LITTLE -nocK, pcb. 7.—T. j Avon, 18, vocational wimlUn-ai student of Wilson hfeh school, vioh the 1937 state cotton production championship with a record nf 2.313 pounds ol lint, and 4.<W| pounds.of .seed produced on two acres, R. 11. Smith, stale supervisor of vocational education In agriculture, has announced. Avc-n sold the cotton and seed for $278.93. Tola! cost of production was $110.09, leaving a net profit or SlliO.94. P. K. Mcliae. vocational agriculture instructor nt Wilson high school, supervised the project. Second place in the contest went to another Mississippi county contestant, Quenion Jenkins of Shawnee high school at Joiner. He re- I ceived a net profit of $115.97 on his ' project, paying out $138.85 and re- I reiviiiB $251.47 for his crop. His i supervisor was Grant, Collar, vocational agriculture teacher. Varied Program To Be Offered By School Band The cpncerl lo be given by the I lytheville band Tuesday night at t ; i(> high school auditorium at 8 o'clock will be a varied one. There v;ill be no admission charge and Ihc. public is invited, Charles G. Ilcrehcad. director of the band, rnnounced today. Tnc complete program follows: Mj-rcli, "Wave the Flag", march. '•Northwestern", "Merry Widow V/allz", nnd "Vilia" by the entire land; dance by Ruth Williams; i larch, "Our "Director" featuring t : nc drum section; solos by Bill 1 'orse. Edward Eckts, and Millard r<ld.«; "Anchors Awclgli"; novelty ("net. "Lassns Trombone"; reading tv Doris Moreliead; "Victoiy l.Jnrch" and "On Wisconsin." The last two marches will fer.- •Hi-t the tliree drum majois. E. M. 'Jerry jr., Mary Jeanne A.Tlick, uif! Winifred Crawford. Tlie state of Virginia has 4414 Elites of railways within its l.omularies. • Allcna 1). A. li. Hireling Osceola members of ll'ic William Strong chapter,D. A. R. who ut- tcndt'd the monthly meeting at Ihe IloU-1 Ooyoso In Memphis Friday were Mrs, C, M. Harwell, Mrs. John iftlrlnglon, Mrs. Susie Kni.w, Mi.s. MHRJ.IC Ilarbiers. Mrs. II. B. Jones, Mrs, 0. A. Davis. Mrs. Hugh Crnig, anil Mis. Fred Crockett, The principal feature of the program was a lecture on Mexico given by John Kelser, who -spent last summer In Unit, country. Mr. Reiser, who has also (raveled extensively in Uui'ojw iind the United Stole. 1 !, was introduced by Mrs. John Ed- ringlon as the "Hlchnnl Hulllbur- UVH <if Ajl(an.S(is." Mrs. Kelstr re- ilcwi'd snini! recent books on the Revolution. * » * Ki:y Kfan Kxpcrl Talks fj. HarLshl Hanks rcuniic>i| Sunday Iroin Puragould where he xpnke to the Green • comity farm bureau on Saturday on "Soybeftiis us a cash crop for Greene county." He wns N accompanied by Mrs. Hanks, and I,. H. Anlrey of nur- dettc, recently elected uresidcnt of the South Mississippi Count}- Fnrm Bureau who talked on the ndvan- logos of membership in the organization. Mr. Banks, accompanied by Mrs. Banks and son. Bob. will dvive to Stuttgart Tuesday where he will be joined by Jacob Hiutz of that city for a trip to Tex- arknna where Mr. Banks will speak al the Grimm Hotel to a group of leaders from Texas and Arkansas on "Commercial Soybean Growing." The party will return Ihe latter part of the week. * • * Miss Louise Jones nnd Mrs. Sue Clny colemnn and daughter. Nancy Sue, of Memphis, spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Jones, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dunavant. Mrs. A. F. Lamb, mother of Mrs. George Deer, has returned from Mnlvcru where she spent . the month of January with another daughter. Mrs. H. H. Marshall and Mr. Marshall. Justus Edrington, who is attending Southwestern University in Memphis is here for the mid-term holidays with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Justus Edrington. The local Boy Sco'ut troop with their scoutmaster, E. W. Packard, attended (tie Methodist church in a body Sunday night. Virginia Lee Best, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. E. Best, suffered a broken ankle when she fell while skating Sunday afternoon. Dyess Cagers Divide With Tyronza Teams DYESS, Ark., Feb. 5.—'Hie Dypss Eagles split another double header ivlt.!i Tyronza yesterday, (he Dyess boys winning 17-11, and Ihn girls losing (o Tyronza', 11-24, Miirln lf>»l<liis was (he out.standlnK^pl'iiy- i«'r for the Dyess ijirls. Far) t\!iirl>- ]i'll fin 1 the boys. Hayti Society — Persona] is coiH'alrseinu from nu <i|icni- lloil ul llie Methodist, hosjillnl. Mix .1. M. Ai't;o, who lins l)«'i> v }' ;lnv. Mich., for.iiic jmsl live months visiting Inn'" son Tod Ar- BO awl fnmfiy, 'i-cuiriicd licru TlilllMlny. Mb.t Cirni'i-ln Ashlrv. who Is nl- Irnilhii; college In c'»pe (ifniriloun siicnt ilic wn .k mil h<>ri> with tici- jWiviHs, Mr. .mil MLS. client Ash- PAGE THREE N Demonstration Clnl) N«ws'Notes The Rev. William Huffman niirti Hill Wagner drove lo Cape G.1-: rardeau Friday mid were nccom-) pnnlod home by Mrs! .Wagner, who. has been In " lli'e liospllal ilierei convalescing.Ironi a niftjor •niJtra- tlon. Miss h'vvlyn Taylor ,s]X!nl Tillirs-l d:iy In St. l,guk with relatives, . ' Miss Irene Wilts, of Cape Ol- r.-iulcKii; was lii'le lust week' visit-1 Int! her- parents. Mr. and Mis. John Wilks. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ear) Shmv mid .son. of Memphis, have moved hm>. Mr. and Mrs. Curl McDanlels, of Sleelc, moved Thursday to the Byars farm east of lown. Friday MJ-. McDanlels wa's In Hraufe Cl'.y attending to business. Mrs. Lewis Ilemlnger and chll- Iren of Black Island were here 'rlday visiting Miss Clara Lee fcmlnger. Mrs. llemlntjcr mid children left that evening for Memphis. • Wiilllp Gcoree of Liixora, Ark, ras here Friday 'alleuding to bus- ness. Mrs. O/ie Shepherd who was confined to her room last week vith influenza was able to be »iu Friday. ' M. E. Nolgrass returned homo Thursday from Memphis where lie hail been with Mrs. Notgrn.s.s, wlio Reno uouner News Want Ada Blytheville Hospital adopts group hospitalization plan LOCAL employers who would like to insure their employees for hospital care and expenses in case of accidents or sickness are cordially invited to communicate with the Blytheville Hospital. Employers of ten or more.persons can be given this insurance. Employers may include themselves and members of their families to make up the required unit of ten persons. Blytheville Hospital MICHAEL A. LONG, Sup't. Missis Connie MeKlycn anil Wiiiulii Mi|| s .spent the week cm! In Cupc GhardeiH) with Miss Mr- lilyeav, pumils, Mr. mm Mrs. [,. i The \it\: r. J, M,v.-i, pastor .11 llif Mi-tlHHIIsi chiiivh nt lli-iilnn IIIKl lllrin<-r p;is(0r Of (hi' Ml'lhtJ- itlfl I'hiiri'h Hero, W n.s In llnyll llnii-sdiiy visiting friends. Mrs. Tliroii Slrock of Memphis was here hlilny vlsiljiiv MIS I, A I Tci'hill, lln«-it Ulnm, of Slke.sloii, uiis! Ms' ,. ll " Mllly vlslll "B hls slsli'ij Mr. i,n.l MIS. j. c. 'Johnson. ofi \ Memplits.Mvcre here the |m- ler pmt of lust week' visiting ,1. I 1 .. Jiilni.son. nietm-nt | m .s Ui'i'ii IHU-.IB 01 I''" birth of u ten pound hoy to Mr. nnd MIS, ijojini,! Hidior of Portutevlllo, Jim. ;«j. Mr*. Hockor »us, | w .r 0 |-,, i,,,,. mlm i,u, ( . Miss IVlorLs (ill) of this city. " ' Miss Aurm Mac Kiunirl,; rfturn- ed homr VVcdniwdny 1,0111 Rillon, Ky.. uml fihnrlc.slon, Mi>,, where she uml Miss Sallle Ilnmi-u nt Cartlwi!!. imve been visiting S. ,1 U'wls, ol Kl. ].ouls. was Hero Wwliii'.sdiiy iiUeii(|hi B (o bus- Mr :nul MIS. w . s. S |( lo:! of WEAK, NERVOUS? Dalli, T f ,,,_\|,, , v A (il)i;y 2IO> lie Imn Pluns weiv made for n bingo j>:ir- ty (o lif hold 1'Vhrnnry -j-i nt the ineellni! of tlie nell Honi« Dejn- oiwti'utlon eluh inectlni; Friday at the home or airs, liu-l Maucrti wllh Mrs. Modeller «s co-hostess. 'i'ho nieellnjf wn.s oprno*! with a KOII X led i) V Mrs, olydi; ciilllland nnd tin 1 devutloiiiil uus n-ntl by Mrs. M. W. I .owls. Various committees to vrorlt on the pljuis wlilcll K'JII <:»!»(. IN>[OIV the club this 'year wero iipiiolnU-il by the pri'sldenU Mrs. Uiwls. Mrs. 10. M. Wondiml had chine of a discussion on "Trees, Bhnii>. bery mid plants" following which over 20D plirin'.s.of shmblKTy were exehiniBi'd by the i'lnb members. LJinlng Ihe social hour, the |I O M. esses served reln>i)))iienl,s su^si'sl- iiiL' (lie Valentine hilliiomit!. Html Courier' News Want Ads, i.fgiil Age Sfl for Dots I f\nUT Clicbn umxu "HMD, Ore. (UPJ-Uogs hero cvl-' U ^T SLEEP WHEN dcntly attain n legal ago when Ihoy j hAC PDCCCrc uriBT arc 8 months old. The ucml city w«orn60Bt» HtAKl commission iwsscd i\n ordlnnucc " y ?" ^"'^ « at or «'«ep because • - - v--<v f,.... v,i^ rt i „ -.'.. \._ , . .. r ,. ii'(|ulrln|[ licenses for nil tlogs over Iliul nge. AVAItNINO OKKKK IN TIIK CHANCKHY COURT Ol^ CIIICKA8AWHA DISTIUCT, MISaiSSJI'l'l COUNTY, Mi- KANSAS. K. U. cobb, I'lnlnlllf, vs. No. IJC07 llcrtiii C'obb, Di'fenduiH. The (lerendiint, Hurtle Cobli, Isj warned to 'appear wHIiJii thirty dnys In the court named In Uiel nipllon hereof and answer the auiijliilnt of lliij |)lnlnllll, K. 11 Cobh, l>!i(i>(l this 24 day of Jan, I0;t8. H. M. .'011/110. Clerk Hy Kll/.abeth lllythe, |). c. 2-1-31-1-H Nell Jleed )/.t|y. r,, r vnf.) K<l », Cook, i Ally. Ad Ulein.) '-- ---; • v«v vi oivp|j w^iuae gas oloals you up tiy Adlerlka. pnc usually, relieved stomach gas jwe.s.'ilnjj on hcRrt. Adleilka cleans '-' BOTH upper and lower bowels. Bras, Drug Co. Adv. B C . M "!! thvii ili.ii K hlKr, Mrs. M. 1,. 1.011- "C" on n plnno has n wave lcni>lli of about n feet, and us we go up [he keyboard, Ibe' wnvc icnelli jiiorlens one-lmlf with each ciciave. FISTULA Kvory person MifTprlns fi'Om Kis- liiln, riles or olhor rectal troiib'.o Is iiifictl to write the Thornton * Minor Clinic;, Suite HID. !)M Mc- Oei- St., Kansas city, Mo., for Ilieh 1 free book which explains what complications may dovclop if (hi'so tvencherous airilctlons inv iiculcctal. This vnlunlile book Imn been prepared by speclnllsts on rectal uml eolonti; diseases anil Hives full details of the mild Thornton As Minor methods by which more than 48.000 patients have been trenlcd In the niwl til) years. QUALITY FOODS MEATS, GROCERIES We : pit'y,;hlgheHl prices on lioultry % all times. 5 SAVB MONEY AT GAMES MKT. 118 W. Main rtont MY CAR'S ALWAYS O.K... WHY? Hounnso. ' lol Lno Moloj' Sains keep it m A-! cond!- ' T' fi n10(1fini ( ' ( l ui » lmu » L lo do the job 'nccH lire i-iglil., loo. FOR HEAVY DOTY HAULING ONLY $175.00 34 Chevrolet CC DW Stake Body This (ruck Jms been coinplelelv nt'crltaulcd ,S 1'ricu. Only .?Y-|.00 down and ?i<I.OO pM - monU, PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY Slh & Wnliiiil : ,,, M)llc 810 COMPLETELY MODERN AUTO REPAIR SHOP FOR Your Every Automobile Need ' LEE MOTOR SALES, INC. Oldsmobile & G.M.C, Trucks & Trailers Sales and' Service -W E. MAIN ST. PHONE 320 REG CARRINGTON ASKS COMMANDER ELLSBERG: yon tell a Real Difference between Camels and other cigarettes?" REG CARRINGTON::'! sec you're a (.'a/ncl sinokc-r, Oiiiiinandcr, There rl-ally isii'i an y ilifTcrcnce in ciijarettcs, is there?" COMMANDER ELLSBERG: "You're dead wrong, Hcg.'I lie life of a deep, sea diver is cough on a man. Most ol llie divers I know are steady Cairn smokers, ;iml Ilityknovt ilu-rt's a ilif fcrcnrr.TukrmynU'ii case. l'i esmokt-d Camels fcir ten years. Tliey , lcv er jjct on my nerves.Smoking Cana-ls, I feel thai I enjoy life more. Camel is ilic cigarette tliat agrees with rue." "Yes-absolutely!" says Commander Edward Ellsberg. And millions of other steady smokers agree that there is a distinct difference in Camels. That's why Camels are the largest-selling cigarette in the world. ClUB-ROOM CONVERSATION ( a fa») so often swings fimoxis saying, T J walk , mile for a CarncH', nround .o cigarettes. Commander Ellsb.rgsays: 'ThM bo W cnth«ia«tic 1 an, about Camd s mpelf." exjir esses THEY AR6 TlffE LARGEST-SELLING CIGARETTE IN AMERICA CAMEL PAYS MILLIONS MORE FOR COSTLIER TOBACCOS! Camels arc 3 m.iicblc: blend of finer, MOR|; EXPENSIVE TOBACCOS -Turkisti and Domestic. NEW DOUBU.FEMTURE CAMEl CARAVAN. T W og«at5bow5- "Jack 0»kic College" and Benny Goodman's "Swinj; Sclioo|"~in one hour. Every Tuesday at 9:30 pm E.ST S-30pmC' ST 7.-50 pn. M.S.T.,6.-30 pui P.S.T., over WABC-Columbia Nctwott! ONE SMOKER TELLS ANOTHER THE TORCH (left)' irrvemed by Ellsberg. Imagine the long, tfr- ing hours of research he put in on this successful invention! He says: "When I feel tired-a Camel gives me a quick 'lift.'" OF COURSE an Annapolis man likes to sail! (right) "Camels fit in with my leisure hours, too," Ellsberg 5ays."ln all myyears of smoking Camels, I've never known them to jangle my ncrtcs.Tliat means a lot—because 1 smoke a lotl" Camels agree with

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