The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 24, 1937 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 24, 1937
Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2-1, (ARK.)' COUHIEU NEWS Re-employment 0 f f i c er Reports cm Southeast Missouri Survey CAHimiERSVILLE, Mo. — According to figures released yesterday by Frank Robertson, director of Uic National Ue-employmcnt office here, there are 21,093 job- sc-ekei's hi the ten counties which comprise Southeast Missouri. These counties include Pemiscol, New Madrid, Dimklin, Scott, Stoddard, Butler, and olliers. Robertson said Hie survey, made recently, disclosed that nbout 51 per cent of these unemployed were under 35 years of age. Another 35 percent were between 35 and 51 years, while only 11 percent v;ere over 55. Only 13.9 percent, of the applicants were women. * The unemployed of the district represent more than COO different occupations, ranging from manual labor to the highest type of professional work. Of the eight general classifications, the listings were as follows: professional and supervisory, C23; sales and related service, 434; clerical, 553; domestic and personal service, 3,- 26l>; craftsmen and skilled Jailor. 8,341; production (semi-skilled, machine and non-machine) 3,982; physical labor,- 10,404; unskilled workers unclassified, 24. An analysis of the last regular job held by the applicants dis- FLAPPER FANNY Steele-Gboter Society — Personal "Won't sh;ike liumls yd! Looks ;\s i! you can't even teach 11 iieivkg old'' (ricks." •,.•.'•'• : established, pt'obably, the first family altar in.all history." Tonight. Dr. potter will discuss Is tha very intriguing subject: closed, Robertson stated, that the contentment Possible?" He will "argest percentage formerly se-1 £])ca k Thursday night on the cured their livelihood from agricultural pursuits, either directly or indirectly. Building and construction trades were second, and other groups in order were domestic atid personal service, lumber, transportation, communication, retail distribution,, government service, professional service, mining, foo:l preparation, textihs., leather, transportation equipment, and wholesale distribution. Takes Job as Example oi Parenthood at Best In speaking of Job, using him as an example in discussing the theme, "Parenthood at Its Best" last night at the First Methodist church, the Rev. Eugene \V. potter said in part: "Fen- people may have thought of this ancient character as a model parent. But his interest in the material intellectual welfare oi bis ,children indicates that he was Uieme: "They Would Not." and Friday night in his last message on. "Is There a Future Life?" The pastor .will speak Saturday night on the theme: "How Christ Died Save Us." Caruthersville Society -— Personal B..p.\Bennett. Saturday, they nt- tencjed, the races at Hot Springs. Mrs. Clark Moore of Montgomery" city, Mo., Is visiting in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tate McClurc, and stater, Mrs: H. G. Thomas. Lee Dunham, athletic director of the Intermediate Reformatory at Jefferson City, visited In the home of his brother, Redman Dunham, member oi the high school facility, last week end. • Mrs. Dean .Daweon of Charleston, Mo., spent the week end here rllh her parents, Mr. and "Mrs. C. Bicker. Mrs. O. A. Durmivanl wns hostess to the Woman's Missionary society of Ihe Methodist church at ner country home near Slcele Monday afternoon. There were 12 members and two visitors, Mrs, F. H. Plinn and Mrs. Cameron, present. Mrs. Robert Stccle was elected delegate and Mrs. M. A. Mnssey alternate to atlcml the nmiunl missionary society convention at i'op- lar liluft In April. A social meeting will be held at the Methodist church nest Monday. * » * Mrs. Carl Barnes has gone to Detroit, Mich., where she Joined her husband. Mrs. L. E. Cooper, Mrs. II. L. Casey, Mrs. Henry Geslrlng and Mrs. L. W. Turner spent Tuesday In Memphis shopping. ' • Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Fender and son Howard have returned from a visit with Roy Pcnder and family of St. Louis. Mrs. Hadley IJmbaugh and children of Deerlng have been visiting friends here.the past week. George Howcll was In Poplar Bluff over the weekend on business. Misses Lorenc Rushing and Ellza[ belli Huey spent Sunday in Jonesboro with friends. Mrs. Ernie.Howcll,is taking dally treatments al Blyllicvtylc. .foi diabetes. . ' Mr. and Mrs. G. SV. Cook, who have been visiting here, have gone to Hot Springs 4o spend seyera weeks' before : returning, to ;,Tuscaloosa, AJa., where they are spending the \vlnl6r. -,. ./_' , ' For -the; first'.tinle. In nine.,years he Guthrie family was.: together imda>\ A family.''reunion at : the ome of Mr; and,-Mrs.-Fred Robrt Stotti' of, Lake: City,. v Ark.; v/ns llcndcd'. by -Mr., and -Mrs. :.A..,J. Guthrlc and Miss Eunice GuthHc o[ Lake Clly, Frank Harper, Mrs. Until Lnwhon and son Elhcit of Steele, Mr. and Mrs. Elbcrt WiU- Ince and two children of Monctlt 1 , Ark., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Outli- rle of Poplar Bluff, Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Oulhrlc and four children o! IAS Angeles, Cal. Mrs. stolls Is Ihe former Miss Irene Guthrlc of Stccle. Mr. and Mrs. John McClurc and son, Jean, Mrs, L. w. Ziihner and Mrs.' Aubrey Etxrls have returned from si. Louts whcro they went to tinvc Jean undergo an examination al sliilnar's Hospital for Crippled Children. Mrs, Joe Russell, who wns much Improved lust weekend, Is worse odny. She was rolurnwl to her iomc In Cooler last week, from he Memphis Methodist hospital but If her condition docs not .•hnnge she will have lo return o Ihe hospital for nil operation. Her mother, Mrs. Ed Crlcc, is vltli her. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. R. Beckhnm and daughter, Miss Louise, spent Saturday in Memphis. They were accompanied home by Mr. and ills. Tom Ueckhnm of Amory, Miss., who will be their guests for several days. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Brlggtmco, Mr. and Mrs. Vclmer Campbell, Mr, and Mrs. Glenn While and daughter Maxine, Mrs. S. A. Burns and Miss Vlrglc Travis spent Sunday In Marston us guests of Mr. and Mis. C. U. Travis. This .was the first time llial Travis 111 ll Frequently is Poor Quality or Unaclaplecl to Conditions FiU'iniM's of this counly \verc warned by Counly Agent rx S. l<an- Irlp this week agnhut tho purchase of imported seed. Because of the lower price, somo farmers will be lomplcd lo buy foreign seed In preference lo American-grown seed. However, what might bo ,«\Td In the dllfercncc In purchase price will be more thnn loit from poor stands and yields, Mr, Lsuitrlp said. Forelsn .seed is not adapted lo this country, and farmers w[ll lose the money they 1 put into Viuch seed. Among the foreign seed being offered to farmers are Argentine ul- fnlfn, and Hungarian, Dalian, and South American red clover. Farmers arc also warned iigulnsl. the purchase of nondescript oat seed that Is being peddled by truckers In i tills slate, , Seed.* purchases should • bo i mado from reputable dealers. K'would be far" more economical to buy a little, less seed, If money Is limited, and save this year's crop seed than to buy unwisely cheaper. 1 sc«l of unknown origin nnd Joso a great part ot the crop because ot lack of 'adaptability or poor stands, Mr. Lonlrlp pointed out. 'oled lo have lectuies by speakers I o 'bo arranged' [ Dr. Fred, I )gllvle, county health officer, on he ; prevention ot blindness; Mrs. Koss Taylor Heads Pemiscot Extension Club OARUTHERSV1LLE, Mo,-Mrs. Ross Taylor, Cottonwood point, was elected president for 1031 of the Pcmlscot Counly Homo Economics Extension club, at: tho club's county-wide meeting: r<t Hie ourlhouso In this city. Other officers elected were: Mrs. 1. L. Cuppfe, Qlbson, vJcc-presl- enl; Mrs. T. S. Pierce, Wardcll, ecrclnry; Mrs. o. E. Shelton, In- rum Ridge, counly.child;develop-' lent chalrmnn; Mrs. W. E. Tayor, Gibson, county reporter; Mrs. ". M. Fowlkes, Cnrulhcrsvlllc, in If and game leader, Aside from Urn.election, the club (he Stantons were called to KOiild over the weekend .by death of their uncle, Tom family had been together In years. Mr. and Mrs. Arlhiir Taylor, who since their marriage about two weeks ago have been making Ihclr home with the bride's grandfather. S. L, Wngster of Cooter, plan to move to Cotlonwood J/YI- dny. linen shower being 1'. F. O. Has Meeting Educational Day was observed by Chapter DM of the P. E. O. Sisterhood .Monday afternoon, when the club met at the home of Mrs. E. G.'nolancL-on Carlelon Avenue. Guests for . Ihe prog rain were the young ladies of the Senior class and*-.women members of the high school faculty! The program was .in-charge oi intensely interested in his children Miss Nellie Lee and Mrs. * t.'h= made a burnt'of Rcpkfc. Tlie fact tha fering at the family altar for each one of his children indicated that he had regard for their spiritual welfare also. He was in this respect a model parent. He, like many parents today, could not know just what his children may have been doing, so he prayed for each one of them individually, and Miss Dorrah gave an interesting talk on the P.-E. O. school for girls, Cottey "College, which is located at Nevada, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Harold S. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Wyman Dillman spent the past' week end in Little Reck, Ark., visiting with Mrs. Jones' parent*, Mr. and Mrs. Let us figure with you on .- eleclric wiring, repairing, and motors or Diesel engines. ''lionc 208 ELECTRIC SHOP D. & P. L. NO. 11 PLANTING SEED (A Pure Strainl Original seed obtained direct from the breeder and planted by us for two years. No other coUun. planted or ginned on this farm. Reasonably priced in even weight 100 II). bags. Special pricts on carlols. Inquire F. A. : Rogers, Manager, CLEAR LAKE FARM Koule 2, Box SI, Blythcvillc Phone I500-F11 given Mrs. Taylor, the former Miss Marjorlc Paul, al the home of Mrs. S. L. Wngstcr Thursday night by friends. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Stunton and children and Russell Slnuton of I'arngould, Ark., ore Ihe guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. V, W. Coleman and daughter Mrs. Omcr Perry. Mrs. colcmnn and the two Merrill, nnd reinnlned llicre for Ihe funoriil. Mrs. Sims Mtclilc nnd daughter Mnry Annii luxvc relumed home ifli-r spending several woks us iiiests of Mr. iiiul Mrs. T. 0. Ucnsley o[. Fl. Myers. Fin. Mrs. Edward Wntsoii mid Miss Margaret \YaUon ot Dyersbui'g Tenn., spoiil Ihe Inller jinrl ol 'nst week hero ns uiiraLs of Mrs Eva Lnwsou ami dniighlcr Miss Jimnlln, Miss Opal Tuylor or Col- loiuvood relumed home with Uiein for n short visit. Elvis McCnnn nii<l Claude Jones went, lo Pndncnh, ICy., Sunday. llnriy Bnnioll, who lias beci seriously 111, Ls now considers!)] improved. ABE rou Weak and Sleepless? li», Texas, MM: "A f«w '• ytars oyo I was weak anil »o nciroui 1 waj uiiallo 10 etffi) pouiiilly. Kvery nolle omioyrd me uml \ «•,(. Ictcil from hfidacliM, anocbled \villi func- Jiilurbaticci. jtut r t >i alter laViiiL-,!)^ TJcice's FivoiKc I'mulimon as a tonic 1 wu<alil« lo s1«i) aiiJ tnjojcil my mtil^" Buy n bwl To Women: If you suffer every month* you owe it to yourself to take note of Cardui and lind'out] whether it will benefit you. j Functional pains of men-1 gtrunUon, have, in many, many cases, been eased by I Cavdui. And whore innlnuti'i-J lion (poor nourishment) had Inkeu away woman's strong? th, Cardui hns been found to increase the appetite, ini-1 prove digestion and In that way help to build up a natural resistance to certain useless suffer- ' liift. .(Where Cardui falls to bene; | fit, consult n physician.) Ask your 'druggist, • for Cardui—| (pronounced "Cnrd-u-i"). IMl'KOVE YOUIt PROPERTY NOW We'll help you secure a FIfA loan. Wall Paper Painls - Varnishes Auto & Window Plate Ghtss ULYTHEVILLE PAINT mid WALLPAPER CO. Glcncoe'Bldir. Tlibne 880 D. P. L. 11 FIRST YEAR SEED D. P. L.-11 PEDIGREED SEED SEED CORN'— COW,-PEAS — SOY BEANS von BEST;PRICES SEE 112S O.O.HftRDAWAY&CO. Phonc Secom! 289 THE MEW CHEVROLET is a modern ^r with EEClEliifflRAilLlE BRAKES MILES YOU AND THE FAMILY E of ihe greatest sources of satisfaction is fhe assurance that your car is;equipped with safe—dependable tires. • Century Tire builders had this thought in mind when they developed Hinge Test Fabric. © That is why we can say to you "Safe Miles" for you and your family. Hinge Test Fabric insures extra strength, © Drive in any time. Let us examine your present equipment and tell you how little you would pay for a new set of Century Balloons. . Sf?" - -, <¥ i) • WA Q]evrolcl's rcrFcclfd Tlyilr.lulicItrnkca arc unljclicvaMy soft and easy lo O|>cr- otc—always ilcpcnilaiilc—ahs'aya eafo and positive in action. Chevrolet's exclusive double-articulated lirakc shoe linkag^ as'turea a ftiU contact of ihe brake lining with lUc'drums Vi'licn brakes are applied. * A COMPLETE LINE OF ACCESSORIES L SERVICE STATION HIGHWAY 61 STEELE, -MO. PHONE. 92 \ (css&iirc icMctl' ti:l)ing DIK! heavily Minorca] pipiug.transmit brakli;g ^irci- sin c from tlicmasicr cylimicr to ibc four \»i»ccl cylinders;Vhich cxcrl llicir prca- 1 btirc to cxjiancl llie two brake shoes— assuring perfect equalization. GINIRAl MOTORS 1NSTAUMINT . PIAN-MONTKLY PAYMENFS 10 SUIT YOUR PURSE Demand Perfected Hydraulic Brakes on your new car T HE new Chevrolet for 1937 js a modern car with Perfected Hydraulic Urakca — llie highest development of the hydraulic brakiug principle—ihe most efficient ; and most dependable brakes built today. . ._ ' • . These powerful Chevrolet brakes arc jlwaya equalized. They respond iiisUtilly lo liglil or heavy pedal pressure. They give llie smoothest, quickest,'Straightrline slops on all types of roads and under all weather conditions. They provide braking that is positive iii.action—braking lhaL will safeguard you and yonr-familj' as you have never bccu safeguarded before. Dcnland Perfected. Hydraulic Brakes,.and demand all llie ollicr.conifor!, snfely and performance atlvanlagcs which aru available al low^prices only iu the new 1937 Chevrolet—l/ic only complete car — priced so Ion: V." ".' CIIKVROLET MOTOR Ul\'IS10N, Gem™! Motors Sales Cor/iorahoi!, DETROIT, MICHIGAN 1 . djcyrolcl T a composite caat-[roa and/ tlccl bralic drums and onc-pjecc brafctv tlxKS witlrlarge btating ( 8urfacc ani weatherproof scaling, arc',o^cf-stzc—' built foc^hcav> dulj aud'loug hfc, • IBR ECOVOHIC*!.- TRANSPORTATION LONG-LIFE Blythcvillc, Ark. f ft C 0 N tli|6 O M Pi, Et E C A R -.PRiCED SO LOW

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