The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 23, 1937 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 23, 1937
Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT Increasing Interest Shown t in A n n u a 1 Plant-to- Prosper Contest flinty-two fann families' in North Mississippi county ;<hayc.' cH- teied the phmt-to-Prospcr con- U'Ms, one .sponsored by the Memphis Chamber. Qfv Commerce nnrt tliq Commeiclii]' Appeal am! the other b> the' Uljlho^illc Chamber of • Commerce, according to Miss Cora' t£e Colcman. home <lemotv- "tratloii n?ei)t. nnd D. S. Ltin- triji," "county •••ngent. Enliy blanks may be secured nl. the office, of l!i» etlrnslon 'agenli, Twenty-two of the entrants Eire In the landowners' division, three in the plantation division, nnd Have You Visited Our New Modern Service Station'.' While Hose Gasoline Oootlytar Tires Wlljard BaUorlfs Road Service On - i Gas • Tires - Wrecks j 24 HOUR SKHVIUK ,'Cal] ;ra:i For. 1'rompl Service Tom Little Chevrolet Co, seven In the tennni division. Plantation owners with 10 or more tenants may enter both the'land- owners' nnd Ihe plantation division, the extension agents explained, A trophy will be awarded to the plantation owner or operator In the four states Included In the contest whose tenants make the best record In following a program of living ut home. Cash I'rlies Offered The sweepstakes award In the landowner division Is $500 nnd tilt; Commercial Appeal Trophy, and $250 will be awarded Iho sweepstakes winner In the tennni division. j, nrst place stiUo winners in the tenant and landowner division will be awarded $100. .second plnco winners $15, and third place winners $50. 'Hie Commercial Appeal certificate or honor nnd invitation to the annual Plimt-lo-Prospcr {dinner.In Memphis on December 15 will be awarded to the coimly winners. To be eligible for the awards, the county must have ut [east five farm families entered in the land-owners' division, five In the tenant division, nnd two in he plantation division. ' This contest offers a splendid opportunity lo the farm families of this county," said the extension lyenls In urging all farm families to enter. The only requirements nre the carrying out of a llve-at-home program and the keeping of a simple record book. Complete Information about the contest may tjc obtained nt the office of the extension agents. Opportunity for Club Women The president of the County Council of Die Home Demonstration Clubs, Mrs. J. A. Payne, Is urging- nil club women In (he 'aunty lo enter the contests. All lood club members liave been following Hie recommended melli- od.s nnd practices for n number of years. Each spring families In Mississippi County have been asked to enter the Llve-nt-Itomc contest. In the Tall people who Imvc done the 12 things outlined this contest have been given a cerllflcutc of award signed by the dean of the University of Arkansas College of Agriculture ind by the governor of Arkansas Hits was given In appreciation jy these men for the. club mom- Kirs who have made a more pros- jerou.s Arknivsas nnd a liiippier Mississippi county. The requirements for the Llve- nt-Ilome program may be briefly tlalecl as follows: (1) Hi (mi; 11 corn and hay To raise to carry through next year, f'2) To enough meat to supply the family the year through. (3) To have a 12-inonlliK In (he year garden nnd have a canning budget. (4) To provide milk nnd butler for the family the year through. (5) To keep an average of nl leasl 30 hens on the fnrjn Die whole year. 10)'To make home conditions better by Inking proper care of orchard and .small fruits, or by start- In^ n home orchard. (7) To work for richer lands by planting velvet beans, soybeans, or cowpcas, In nl least half of the corn; nnd clover, lespedenn, vclch or some small grnln for winter cover un<i Brazing crops where practical lo do so. (8) To terrace or drain the land where needed. (0) To enroll one or more of the children In club work—pig club, corn club poullry club, gardening and canning clubs, etc. (10) To ndd some home convenience such as running water, electric lights. wn«h- Ing machine, oil stove, pressure D. P. L. 11 FIRST YEAR SEED D. P. L.-11 PEDIGREED SEED SEED CORN — COW PEAS —.SOY 1WANS FOR REST PRICES SEE 112S O.O.HftRDAWAY&CO." oc Second ' 28!) cooker or things thai wll lessen the burden of housekeeping (11) To beautify the home.stead bj painting tlic house or maklni of shrubs about tin house to furnish a proper setting inul to plant (lowering trees, sucl as Crepe Myrtle, Magnolia, Dos- wood, Jnclas. Tree, ur planting i Inwn. etc. (12) To keep a cloth- iuj; budget and study textiles aiv clothing: problems in order to bu> wisely atul wlthlu tbe Income. PORT .ARTHUR. Tex. (UP>» Nature matched Lullter Burban! here when a. cnmcllln japonic busti grew' n m\ nnd white bios -som on the sainc stein. 1.3 CENTS MORE IN 1936 THAN IN 1935 [ fn daily touch with ever consunii'n^ city, town, and •y meat, poultry, and rf, :rf hamlet in the United St. 'airy 1 'ales J Producers of livestock, butterfat, poultry, and eggs received a bigger percenlage in I936\han •fn 1935 of the prices paid for iheir products by retailers. Swift & Company returned to producers 76'per cent of the amount received from total sales of meats, bides, wool and olher by-products, butter, eggs, poultry and cheese. This is approximately 1.3 cenls more than was received by producers in 1935. Swift & Company's 1936 average wholesale dollar yvas paid out as follows: •'• 76.0 cents went !o producers of livestock and other agricultural product! V 10.6 " went for Labor (including wages and salaries) 3.4 " went for Transportation .2 " went for Interest 4.1 " went for Supplies , 4.2 ". went for Rents, Taxes, Refrigeration, Insurance, Pensions, Traveling, Telephone, Telegraph, Stationery, Depreciation and olher expenses Balance remaining with Swift & Company: 1.5 " Net Earnings 1OO cents Swift & Company a period of years, Swift & Company's net profits from *!/ sources Viave avrra^et/ only a fraction of a cent per pound, TOR inlotnulEoa on tha itivic* i«ad«Ted by Ilia meat packing loduitiy, lead "H*ik*t!ng of Dshy Prodocli by Ihe M«*l PacV*T"-BocAi 1 and 2. The to instructive bookleli Y-ill b* rnailoJ you fr«», upoa mqu«tl. AddtBii Swift & Company 4249PicV»ti ATIBU* Chic* 70, lUlnoi* BLYTHEVn.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MARCH 23, 193f r Aquatic Star HORIZONTAL i,eijung distance swimmer. 12 To emulate, 13 Male ancestors, 15 Sheltered place. JOTo relate. 17 Hearkens. 18 Girdle. 20 Encircled. 22 Contrary. 24 Railroad. 25 Crimps. 29 Flavor. 33 Sharpened n vazor. 34 Excuse. 35 Storehouses. 37 Untrained city boy. 38 Northwest. 391,1st of names. 43 Pertaining lo '•< rib. Answer (o Previous Puzil* . 48 Story. 49 Rolls of film. 51 Enthusiasm. 53 Small island. 54 Weathcrcock.s. 55:Short letter. SOKhc. was (lie first woman lo swim the Eng- 07 She made I'M , •. •"—— crossing. VERTICAL 2 Opposite ol odd, 3 Streamlet 4 Tissue. 5 Harbingers 0 Perished. 7 Age. ' : 8 Actual being 9 Otherwise. 10 Back 11 Not so much'. 14 To sin. 10 She was a swimming 19 Fish. 2113elievlngv 23 Human faces. 20 To decay. 27 Data. 28 Vim. 30 Win*. 31 Vigor. 32 Sash. 36 To deviate. 39 Precipitate. 40 Jar. •il Observed, 42 Genuine. 43 Musical character. 14 Bones, ; . 46 Wigwam. 46 Herb. ' 47 Upright shafls. 48 Twitching.' 50 Half an cm. 52 Mesh of lace. Osceola Society r—-. Personal Eiilscup:il Guild Meets Completing a series of Lenten studies in the text, "The Cliiireh in the World Crisis," by Corbett oclng taught by Mrs. Jim Driver, the Episcopal Guild met with Mrs. J. II. • Lovewcll yesterday afternoon. Finns were announced for Lenten' service to be held nt :30 Friday nftermxm, at '.the hurch, to which the public is In- died'. • + • • i'lhndifl Circles Mwt Mrs. ! Susie Kelsfert was, hostess lo circlet "A" nt her'home on'Kcl- ser avenue yesterday with Mines Cleorge Abrey, R. L. Nallllng. O.,T. qoscwich and Walker as co- loslesses. To call ullention lo Ihe re-opening of the Progressive club library Mrs. W. L. Scenni conducted a book contest. Com^ mitlees were appointed lo plan a May breakfast on the court house lawn on May 4; " '-. Circle "B". with. Mrs. C. M. Harwell as chnhiiian and devotional leader met at the country home of Mrs. D. Fred Taylor jr. Miss Nell Rhodes was the winner of nil 'Ulster contest. The Rev. E. C. Moreiicad, pastor, was a guest at coth circles nnd spoke on the climch benevolences urging their :unplelion by Easier Sunday. ock came over Saturday for the 'ek ehd with relatives here. Mrs. mes Driver Is returning with her day for n few days visit. Mrs. SalUe Pulllam U 111 al her on Reiser avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Holt Halo of nwfordsvlllc were business vls- irs here yeslerday. Mrs. P. p, Travis Is quite ill at Baptist Hospital In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. James Cartwrighl ok their «m, Jlmmie, who has ecu ill for several weeks from a earl ailment, to,Memphis lodny r further examination. Mrs. V. D. Duke of Greenwood, Lss,, Is-the guest, of her sister, in. \V. R. Dyess. She was eom- llmcntcd' by Mr. nnd Mrs. Ben "tier and Mr. and Mrs,' D. W. ragg with a spaghetti supper at le Duller home Sunday night. O. W. Knight relumed yesler- ay from Pclahatclice, Miss., here he was called Saturday on ccounl of Ihe sudden death of i:> mother, Mrs. n. R. Knight. : Mrs. Fred Giles Dies Rraggadocio Mrs. J. P. nennett gave »• birthday dinner for her daughter, Miss Viola, Friday night. Those present were MKses Jewell Lewis, Nina Huckabn ami Famie Friris of Cur- uthcrsviltc. Mi-, and Mrs. Floyd Hamlet ami son are visiting Mr. Hamlet's parents at Cooler. Mrs. J. R licnnstl and clauuh- ter, viola, drove to Wyatl Sund:i to visit Mr. Dennett. The Sunday .school B. Y. p. u. arc planning an Buster program been ill for it month, will resume lipr v, r ovk at the Brown Mil IB factory nt Cuitilhersville Monday./ '•, £»"*! >!>"*;>!>!>!>! »"*"+!»! >"+." »: '*':+> '^S HAHNA FUNERAL HOME I! A bennllftil and sympalhetlc >| scrvlct- nl moderate roM. y MANILA. Ark—Mrs. Fred Giles. 9, -died- Saturday morning follow- :tg n short, illness of pneumonia nd compilations. Funeral serv- ces were conducted in the Bnp- isl church here with Rev. J. M. fnn-lson. pastor of the Method- si church, In charge. Interment vas at the Manila cemetery. Mrs. Giles Is survived by her uisband, Fred Giles of Manila, iy her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Carmlchnel of Leachville, three jrothers and two sisters. morning. Everyone Is Invited. Miss FOR SALE AT BARGAIN PRICES •1 USED 30 FARMALL TRACTOR 1 USED 20 FARMALT; r J v RACTOR 1 USED JOHN DEERE TRACTOR HORSE DRAWN CULTIVATORS, PLANTERS, HARROWS, PLOWS ALI/'REIJUII/f AND IN GOOD CONDITION ELLIS IMPLEMENTED. ,'THK JOHN DEKRK FULL LINE" John Douglas al the home of Mr John A. Edringlon yeslerday afl irnoon. -: : The devotional was conducte by Mrs. wnilnni Stewart. AUrac live hand uainlcd, typed program made by Mrs. Douglas, were give each one ^ttpbii arrival. She gnv the unique origin, history nnd characteristics of the Celtlberlan races and lold of the exploits of Lhc conqulstadores. r rite educational, cvangelislic antf medical work done by Southern Baptists in Spain, Portugal. Mexico, . Cuba nnd South American countries wns told by Mrs. K. J. Kearney, Mrs. F. E. Tompkins, Mrs. ,E. L. Cote and Miss'-Cora Hognn. Mrs. Cole related personal experiences gained on a visit ^° the vvork In Cuba. Mrs. E, H. Stephens told of vfark done ntnong Ihe Spanish nnd Mexicans in Florida nnd Texas. Easter book marks were'presenl- ed to eight members who attended nil meetings of the recent week of .prayer studies, Mrs.-Frank Dtilaney was enrolled ns a new member. In addition to .the. 35^ members present the following were guests:: Mrs. Harold Hemlrtx, Mrs. R. E. Keiinon, Mrs. Arthur Nelson, Mrs. J.. T. Wilson, .Miss Helen Hill and Miss Corn Ilognn. C ' t . ' Chiirlinn Workers Meet Mrs. Harry Driver. president. led flic BiWe sturtv lesson at Hie meeting of the Christian Workers Ihe home of Mrs. \v. T. Ramsey yesterday afternoon. rl-Lbytirlam Attend luiuingf School 'Hie following members of the I'csbylcrian auxiliary attended nn II clay office.lV training school t the Presbyterian church in lythcville yesterday: Mines. A. F. plese, W. J. Driver, D. S. Laney, V. J. Driver, jr., Sam Coble, "j. X Bryan, F. B. Hale and George Joylc. At the noon hour the Os- eolu group were luncheon guests f Mrs. Coble and Mrs. Lnney "nt he Holel Noble in compliment o Mrs. W, J. Driver, who leaves Vcdnesday lo join Mr. Driver in Vashinglon. V. M. U. Studios Spanish People Baptist, mission work among the Spanish nnd Portuguese speaking latives of the world wns the sub- led of the program led by Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Williams nnd daughter, Joan, of Memphis were guests of Mr. Williams' sister, Mrs. Dick Fletcher nnd fam- ] il.v Sunday. . . '.\ ", Mrs. Herbert Shippen or .little I .""WANTED Government Loan Cotton Phone 167 APPLERAUM BROS. COTTON CO. Bertig Bids. CijthcvUJe. Ar*. Now Contract ing Bean Acreage for Spring Crop BLYTHEVILLECANNING CO., Inc. i o an a u IDS T o GOOD IIQUORS Good [friends and Town.-Taverit seem lo PO 'Io0cl ?tt'ys.tlie-OLD-mW TAVERNlKEEPLR ^ A QUIET evening willi one or two gooil friciids is wluil I like licst . . . and we always have some Town Tavern liiindj-. Seems lo me this whiskey goes good willi old friends—it's mellow and pleasant ami has that real, rich rye tasle. Try a bottle. Ne\v Passenger Tr? Between MEMPHIS and KEMNETT Dependable tiny in nnd clay out, (he Frisco now offers a new morning train lo Memphis. This ne\v (rain leaves at n convenient hour, arrives in Memphis early enough lo (five almost (he entire day to business or pleasure ami brings yon back home Ihat same night! Take Ihe Frisco the next time and save bolh linie and money . . . you'll enjoy the trip more in comfortable, modern Frisco cars . . . you'll he safer wilti (he Frisco engineer as yonr chauffeur . . . FRISCO LINES ' For fares and information about other changes, ask E. F. Blomeyer, AGENT FRISCO LINES Blytheville, Ark. So nth!) mind Train No. 821 T/v. Kemiclt ... !5:?,0 A. M. Lv. rtlylhcvillo 7:10 A. M Ar. Memphis 0:10 A. M. Northbound Train No. 822 Lv. Mcmpliis .. 6:-10 P. M. Ar. Blytheville 8:32 P. JI. Ar. Kciinctl .. 10:15 P. 11. This train is in addition (o the Momphinn antl Snnnvland

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