The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 23, 1937 · Page 3
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TUESDAY, MARCH 23, 1937 BLYTIJEVrLLE (ARK.)' COUKIEK NEWS PAGE THREE; FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Spending $200,000 in This CouiUy To Kxpand Ils Facilities The Arkansas-Missouri Power company's program for making iul- ditlonnl electric power availnbb to Blytlipville ami vicinity will involve «n expenditure of $200.090 in MLakslpp! county witlihi the no.vt few months, according to n statement released by the company today. The l,, E. Myers company of Chicago 1ms .started construction of n 110,000-voU transmission line from Blylhevllle to a point south of O.s- ccola. v,'hcrc it will connect witli a similar line to be built by the Arkansas Power and Light company. A sub-station, to convert the current. to the voltage carried by tin Arkansas-M:>isouri company's Irani- mission lilies In this section, will be erected at U'ylheville. Loral labor will be cmployc-J utmost exclusively on both the trn:isnil:>slQ:i line and sub-station jobs. Woik Is fining Ahead V/hile not all of the right of way for the new high line has been obtained, officers of the company expressed confidence today that a final and mutually satisfactory .settlement wit!: protest^; propsrty holders would b2 reached in a day or two. In the nuantime work is proceeding on parts of the line for which right of way has b=en obtained. The construction pj'o^ram, according to Hie company's announcement. is designed not only to. reinforce Hi! company's present electric generating capacity, in order that it may have ample and dependable power for existing and new industries in Blythcvllle, Ca- nilhersville. Kennett, Paragould and adjacent territory, but in anticipation of increased residential and rural demand for current. Consumption Increasing "Dining tlie post three years there lias been a substantial increase in the use of major domes- 1 tic appliances, such as refrigerators, ranges, water heaters and other residential equipment," the company's statement said. "Many rural lines are being built to serve farmers who htxve not heretofore enjoyed electric service and increased power will be necessary for rural usage. ""lie large cotton crop in the Blytlieville trade area during the past year has added considerable wealth to the community and the demand for increased comforts and onvenience obtained from the In-' rea^d-uVof electricity 'lias grown in proportion: The. company is anticipating the further ..agricultural and industrial growth of the area Easier Seal Sale Will Raise Funds To Cripples ilpslijii of white lllllcs, n golden background and i\ crl|)pled child reaching toward the sun. They mny lio used on Ii-Uoi's or In (ho same imniiUM' In \vhlcli Olirlsl- inns seals uri? used. I'1'mnimcm (UP)-Wedding bolls lire (he keynote behind llit> rormrcl I'lllslnirfih Pilnul- shlp club. Bachelor William P.-* Clnik Jr.. enulunle of University or PHlsbiirKh, formed the club. ' Miriam Hopkins says: "My throat welcomes Luckies—my favorite cigarette Jpr 5 years" "Oh, I :ilvv;ivs fed pcrla-lly >;ili- riilinf; "wi'tli Clmd—tlie liraU's mi my jiiViif ihc.-jr." co c New Garden Club Will Pian Program Tonight The organisation of the new garden club wil] be completed in a meeting tonight. 7:30 o'clock, at the Chamber of Commerce room of the city hull. Men and women Interested in becoming members of tile organisa- tion, which will have as its aim the beautification of Blylheville and Ihe improvement of home gardens, are Invited to attend the m?cthrs tonight, when the year's program will be planned. IN MKMOKIAM j In loving memory of our denr Mother. Sarah Alice Kemp, who deuartcd. this life Kvo years ago today, March 23. 11)35. Tlirrc isn't a day we do not think of you. dear Mother. Thinking of the days that aie past and gone. Picturing you in our memory as you looked day by day You left behind some sad and broken hearts That loved von very dear. We never did or never will forget you, Mother dear. Today recalls sad memories of ciu- \oved one gone to rest; B0*t we are living in hope of mcet: .-ins you some day dtar>Mother. Jn' that bright happy home above Where we will never more have to part. CRIPPLED CHILDREN Africa Knjoys I'tir Itnom WINCMKOK, Eolith Africa (UP) —Women :ue fnvcrlna cariicnl fur so much that there is a minor boom in Ihe pelts in South Africa. The farmers In South Wo.sl Africa 5rc Epccially benefited. Usually the overseas demand drops In the first inonllis of the year, but iuslrml there has, born a heavy demand ihis year. TERUY ABSTRACT & REALTY CO. Abstracts, Lands & Loans K. M. Terry, Trcs, and Mjr. I'honcCH Blylheville, Ark. Tin- Haslcr Seal Mrs. James li. Clai'k will head an Easier Sjul sale this week U> raise fur.ils for helping erijiiilecl children not provided for by uny 'l-ite or fc.Vrul agency. The* seals arc bell);; snlil un'der the spoils^-- shi pol I!:? Arkansas Society for Crippled Children urn] sell for one rent each. They arc offered In slifcts of 100. Funds derived from the sale of reals lire used solclv to flivincc the program of the society and are not used for salaries or overhead ex pon.se, Mrs. Clark said. Neither nil Uiey uicd in financing nny governmental or state department. i The seals lire attractive with a COTTON SEED n. $75 & 1'. L. No. 11 • I'or Ton l'\O.H. Number Nine 2ml Year From KvjTiimrii! Station Matninolh llrown Sov Heans I'ritTs IScason'able GV'C. LANGSTON "Luckies have been my favorite cigarette for about 5 years. They're a light smoke that sensitive throats welcome. Of the many trends that sweep through Holly* wood, one of the longest lasting lias been the preference for Luckies. I once asked a 'property' man—who supplies cigarettes to the actors—what the favorite is. He answered by opening itp a box con' tuiningdgarettes. They were all Luckies. STAK OF THE RKO RADIO PICTURE "THE WOMAN I LOVE" A which it serves and is providing sufficient power for at least five years in advance. This development will cost approximately ons- half million dollars, of which $203,000 will be spent in Mississippi county." Elizabeth Roberson Lepanto's Prettiest LEPANTO. Ark.- -The following students were chosen In a "Who's Who" contest sponsored by (he Senior class of Lepanto high school: prettiest girl, Eli/abeth Boberson: best looking boy, Howard Uonds; most studious girl Bonn's Beth Byler; most studious boy, Howard Bonds; most popular girl, Bonnie Beth Byler: most popular boy, Jimmie Ncnl; cutest girl, Vema Slallcup; cutest boy. Jimmie Neal: mast athletic girl, Elixabctn Roberson; most athletic boy. Jimmie Neal. wittiest girl, Verna Stallcup; wittiest boy, Jimmie Neal; best dressed girl, Bonnie Beth Byler; best dressed boy. Bobby Wall; most ambitious girl. Juanita Poe; most ambitious boy. Howard Bonds; most polite girl. Bonnie Beth Byler; most polite boy, Jimmie Neal. 'Neath bur eyes she faded quickly. Growing more frail 'day by day. Bearing all her suffering sweetly Without murmur,, moan, or wail. She lias gene to her home in Heaven. That biuutlful realm above To he with God and His angels. Where all is peace and love. Sadly missed by daughters, Mrs. Irlie Trinkler, Mrs. Myrtle Halstcad, Miss Virginia Kemp. EXTRA!! BROADWAY SALES INC. Announces That Mr. George Disinger Is now connected 'with the service department and will nppiecinte the continued pittinnriKe of his customers ami frichclfi. The.service 'department is equipped lor all kinds of service to nulpmbbilc'own- era. .n independent survey was made recently among professional men and women—lawyers, doctors, lecturers, scientists, etc. Of those who said they smoke cigarettes, more than 87% stated they personally prefer a light smoke. Miss Hopkins verifies tlie wisdom of this preference, and so do other leading artists of the ;r radio, stage, screen and opera. Their voices are their fortunes. That's why so many of them smoke Luckies. You, too, can have the throat protection of Luckies—a light smoke, free of certain I Harsh irritants removed by the exclusive process 'It's Toasted". Luckies are gentle on the throat. 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