The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 11, 1937 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 11, 1937
Page 8
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PAGE BIGHT BLYTHEVILLE Extension Agtonomisl Corning to Osceola (or Meeting Maicli 16 Improvement, of cotton quality by 'the' planting of better seed v,ill be discussed by L. A. phonnu. assistant -extension ;'agronomist of the University of Arkansas college of agriculture, at a meeting March 16 at 10 o'clock at the Osceola courthouse, • It wss announced (oday by I>. S Lantrlp, counts agent "The discussion will be of pai- '.llcula'r Interest to glnners who have made attempts at Spoils™ Ing ter tain varieties In.their communities.' Mr. Uiiili-||> salt!. "Dinners are beginning to give more nttcnilon tf> better quality of cotton since tliev buy a.large.part of the crop. Ther-? Is much to be don; yet. I jail year 139.8CO bales of unU.'nderable col- lon. were produced in Arkansas Tliii rep.'eiented 103 ji-r cent of the slated crop" Neaily 8 pel cCtii of the crop was mH"nderiWc because of -Omit staple length and Hi" loniatniny; 2f per cent «as due to lo.\ giade, (he .•county rigenl-WAS told by Mr. Dhonau.. Cotton less than 7-8 of an jncli in staple, or of low grade, is Classed as unleiulorable, and is not :aorei>fabte on future contracte, The best meant of r«liicm< tins i i<crcentas>e of short, cotton Is to Increase • production of t^io hsttir vn- lletieb M nlroinu staled He iralnted out Ural uhlte other factors enter into the nroluction of low qnalily, Hie vanetj plantc<l Is thlef- ly r:si>onslbte ' Vanelies that produce a good staple and thai have sho.ui up h«s( in the t-sts conducted by the University of ArXiTO.ij College of Aif- rlcultnre on (he c G Smith farm near Bl>thevh> include strains of Aikansas Routlcn Aiknnsa, Acala Delfos, Misdel, D ,t p I J( u m l Slonevllle Incieased ncieages of thsie varieties will reducs the pe~- centnge of low qunllty cotton an<l »ill mean an Incicased incoms to AiXansas cotton producers Carurhersvillo Society — Personal Is a student at- Southwestern University. - Mr. and Mr.s. George Wllks, who have been residing: hero with rcl- atlvcs during the high water, moved back to their home on the Chute Tuesday, Dick Whlpple, who has been employed here by the "uovornmcnl, has been transferred lo the Memphis district. . ; • Edwin s. Huffman, clerk of tho county court, Ims Kirna lo Uot Spilngs, Ark., where he will spend two weeks, ; - | f^jj Mr. and Mrs. Morrctl neHcisjii and son, Moircll Jr., lelt Wednesday for a ten day visit In Hope, Ark., New Orleans iinu Picayune, Miss. Tlicy will visit Mr. and Mis. II. II. Collier, former residents or ecriiiB, while In Picayune. Rnluli Hnlchlnson left Wednesday, for I/ot Springs, Ark., where lie will spend Ihe next few days attending the races. . •: .loan Pierce, daughter of Mr. V. F 0 Fleets ami Installs Officers Chaptei DM of the pro Sis- Urhod met on Monday nftenioon of this week with Mrs ICos Little nt hei home, in Kennctt Mo rif- tccn of Uic local members atlcnd- c ? ,i -' . The election of offlceis was held followed b'y the Inslallntlou ccie- mpHy' ' 1 VK 0 r, Wut|»n, piesldcnt of (ho,chapter, was! reelcgtcd Otliet offlceU leclected Aseie: Mi? T'J Collins, Vice-president, Nelle Lee Doirnh, coiresportdiiie societal y, nnd Mrt ,W li Mejer, chaplain Mrs N C HawVlns wai elected recoidlng sccrelniy, Mis nccl Wheelci, tien«nei, nlul Mi.s George Crefkett. guaul All nre ol Cnnitheiivllle i J T * « I)oi ca\ Class Meets Mrs. \V. P. Robeilson entertained the Boicns Sunday School Cljps of which she Is ledcher, Monday .etcnlng The meeting was presidcJ over by the president. Mrs Pleas Ljnn. . • « Mrs. Downing Entertains Chili Mrs Jack Downing entertained her contract bridge chili Monday evening at the home of her sister. Mis. Goodwin. Mrs. Mrs. Clayton Schultz was a guest '• frizes weie aunuted lo Mi-s. Bill Hnydm, who held high score; Mrs cieo Goodwin, second high, and Mrs. Downing, coii'solutloii. * • .a .HonOrrd ..With' Shower About. fourteen niemucrs of the Gleaners Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Chuich gave a surprise shower to Mrs. Zeno Mackay. the fonner Mil's- P«ir! Wilts, Monday evening at the home -of Mrs; Mackny's jmrwil.t, Mi nnd Mrs. Ward Wilks. . » . • Mrs. Jim Van Ausdall, daughter, Miss Mary Ida, Mrs. John Martin and daughter, Mrs. Earl Coppage, spent Tuesday In Memphis. Mrs. HiiBli TlMadl spoilt Tucs- iliiy In Memphis visiting her Alary hniirn, ivlio ami M«. Roseoi confined lo her Pierce, has been bed this week ivltli laryngitis. Miss llernlce Clillton, daughter o: Mr. nud Mrs. O., \y. Clilltoji, who Is n senior ,lii tlic A KChool ot Journalism of Die University of MKsourt, Is one of ten sliidenls I In Die school who arc In Bethany llils week lo edit two weekly papers (Here. The students nro members of the Country- Newspaper Production ond Problems of Newspaper Publishing classes, and the irip Is the first, of three Hint will be (flkcn (his your, The proper wny lo lift a rnb'bll, is lo grasp him by (he skin Just behind the ears, not by the oars themselves. • - ,'f'< , , lloniei'svillc; Society — Personal Mrs.- Wfbb Kennctl accompanied her mother, Mrs. 1 Oscnr Deiiipsiy lo Memphis Monday for medleai Irealment.'''"' Mrs. E. W. Brookliis of Cairo. 111., was the guest Sunday of her sister, Mrs. Tom A. nay. ' • • Mr. and Mrs. Cecil aould and sou and Mrs, naliili Neslcr of raragould were guests last Friday or Mr. and Mrs. G. n. Kenley. Lynn Hay of Hayci, lonncnv employed, nl Hie Red Ball geheral .store at llnyil, buuglit Hie eio:ovy here Friday. ,, Mrs. x pat Biirlc.son, Mrs.. »John Dean nnd Mrs. Paul Weaver shopped in Dlythcville Monday. Mi-, and Mr,s. EmmeU E. Jones f>nd Mrs. John n. Diinmlre and cfaugliter. Miss Margaret, of Ken- ncll, wore guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. O. J, Cope. Mr. and Mrs. iiujjh Parks and iraughter, Unda Fne, left Monday THURSDAY. MARCH 11, 1937 for Cnnalon, where they \yi their home. ' !';:',-' The Rev. Hnrvcy Gray, j. o. Cos-' sell, A. J. minley, Uyrah' lamnx, ynden Perkins, the Misses wilnn Smith nnd Kitty MUns and- A«ie Howard attended the south divisional n, T. U. meeting at the Ban- list, church at Senatli Sunday. by. sponging fore wjth. hot vinegar ' • • ' "KHIINAT" KS'lTTINo, , PREK INHTHUCTlONfi Neiv spring nnd summer litest Rlyles Classes, Friday, 2:30 P. MltS. MiSl.tK IIOOI'HIt 1103 ciilckBfitiwbn'! Phone WA NTE D Government Loan Cotton i Phone ifi7.V v Pi'i.RRAiiM :imos. ; COTTON CO. g Bid*, B!ythevtll«, Art CERTIFIED ROWDEN COTTON SEED Land's End Plantation Seeds Trade Mark Registered WE SELL ONLY SEED WE GROW R.H.ALEXANDER Scolf, Arkansas Man, Obey That Impulse.!.. "Dress Up" from Head io Foot! Slart Wi'lh A New CURLEE SUIT Fentiirlnif Ihc test suit patterns in' town tills -Sprint! . . . nil \vith new bocks nnd every desirable fnt.rlc. They'ru ;;fKlt , "nulls! ... ADD A SNAI'l'Y Nollilng drrasc.s yon up like a ne\v hnt. -I'lu'se arc all new for .|hls stnson. ANf) A ['AIR -OP SPRING SHOKS A good line of high grade Slivint; shoes v for you to select from. — HUT DON'T FORftKT Shirts, Ties and Underwear JOE ISAACS, Inc. \VK GIVE AND RBDKKM EAGI-K STAMPS LIFE BEGINS AT . Relax —be gay! Amidst laugh- ter/light hearts and bright eyes, you II enjoy the better things, of life. . For a quick start to jho Land of Smiles/ say "Royal Six Beer." Trie password to good times. ORDER A CASE -YOU'LL LIKE IT! O -1 O nvuu THE LIFE OF ANY PARTY ' i Distributed by •*\;, . ' MIDWEST DISTRIBUTING CO. - lilytltevillo, Ark. - 'l>hnne f,3 t' -'' : • ' - ! •'• ,!)2 >. ~-^l t' \\ FABRIC GLOVES New novelty fahric Imported dress gloves . . . 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