'•FRIDAY, MARCit 26, (ARK.) 1 COtUllER NEWS FIVE. Boy Scouts Receive Recognition for Activities of Recent Months A Favorite Author Many Dlytheville Boy Scouts received promotions and merit badges at a court of honor meeting at the city hall last night, attended by ten members of the court and two visitors. Robert Lundquist of Jonesboro, district tcnut executive, was present. The awards covered many activities which have kept the boys busy through the early spring months. Billy Jontz, John Charles Bright. Claude Stewart and Tom ] Reeder were promoted to first' class scouts. These went from. HOUZONTAL 1 Feminine author with' . • a man's name, 11 Hatches. 12 Auto. 13 Tiny lake. 14 Little island. 16 Ocean. 17 Guided. 19 EJcctricaJ unit. 20 Bronze, 21 Northeast 22 Poem. 23 Data. 25 Feather scarf 29 Strips. 30 Hair wash. 3) Biblical prophet. 32Tree fluid.' 34 Golf device. Answer to Previous Fuzile 35 Northwest. 3Y To scatter. 39 X. tenderfoot class to second class: George Hubbard, Joe, McClure, Bill Stovalt. Jack Chamblin, Robert Goodwin, Lee Richardson, El-" 1 40Point Jiicr .. Ross Smith, Bob • Douglas, Ut Aye Charles Smith, Bill Morse, Junior ' -... Crow, E. u Crouch, Robert &? Thompson, L. C. Posev. Johnnie White, Harvey Morris, Harold Elwood Hall. Allen Rice, Tommy Little and Larry Everett. Merit badges were awarded as i follows: Lloyd Ward and. Russell ' Fiirr, scholarship; Jack McCuiston, i Kenneth Jones, Charles Caldwell, | Jimmie Barnes, Melvin Halsell. Lloyd. Florman and Russell Fair, first aid to animals; Jack Itfc- Cuiston, Kenneth Jones. Albert Saliba and Billy Jonlz, book binding; Raymond Cmyford,, Jack McCuiston andn John Charles Bright, handicraft; Jack McCuiston. \vood carvine: Uoycl Ward, 1 angling; Lloyd Ward, weather; Charles Caldwell,' Melvin Halsell. Harold Dozier and Lloyd Florman. public health; Leon Smith, public speaking; Leon Smith, farm mechanics; Melvin ' Halsell. Lloyd Florman, Albert Saliba and John Charles Bright, personal health- Albert Saliba, path finding: Lloyd Florman, fireinanshin; Elarold Dozier and Russell Fair, chemistry; Harold Dozier, Melvin Hal- fell. Ltoyd Florman and Charles • Caldwell, first aid; Raymond Crawford, physical development; William Guerin and Raymond Crawford, pioneering; Lloyd Ward, astronomy; Lloyd Ward, forestry; John Charles Bright, taxidermy. Members of the court present were: Floyd White, J. A. Puckett Marcus Evrard. Byron Morse. Harvey Morse. James Terry, Har,old Schnee, Dr. R. E. Schirmer and L. L. Ward. Mr." and Mrs. E. A. Rice- were visitors. 43 Minimizes. 46 Blemish. 47 Shaded walk. 49 Wall recess. iO To depend. 51 Emulates. 53 Snowshoe. 54 French measure. 55 Somewhat red 56 She was o last English novelist. VERTICAL 2 Trees. 3 Measure. 4 Wand. 5 To depart. 6 Redacts 7 Actual being. 8 One who frosts. 9 Mods of oatmeal. 10 Transposed 48 She wrote < under a 1 15 Thin. 17 Shabbier. 18 Argues. 20 Mature persoi 22 Unit. 23 Onager. 24 Venomous snake. 26 Foretoken. 27 Monkey. 28 She also wrote . 33 In a freniicd manner. 35 To malte fabric. 38 Lair. 39 Golf device. 40 More pallid. 42 Glided. 44 Plate. 45 Style. 40 Bill of fare. 48 Guided. 50 Wiigon track. 62 Tone B. 54 Form of "a." Osceola Society — Personal \ FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia i -s«v KM n«<itr. INC. r. M mo u. s m. off. Civic Club Meets. The first meeting of (he Civic •hib since January was held nt tlia lilgh school cafeteria yesterday noon* with the president, A. W. Young, president, presiding. Since the original copy of the constitution mid by-laws hnd teen osl, the executive conunlltee, coin- < losod of J. T. Coston, Ben P. Butler, O. E. MasseiiBllI, 0. M. Harwell, H. J. Hale, Joe Rhodes, were 1'cq.uesttrt to draw up a new one with some recommended changes. D. Fred Taylor jr. reported on the progress of the new athletic Held under construction. The proposal to hold the Civic club meetings In Ihe new Commiin- il) 1 Club House In Ihe fuluvc was discussed iU'some length and n majority of the members expressed approval. The matter will he voted upon at an curly meeting. Other features of the program were vocal numbers by Eugene Packard. George Awsumb of Memphis was a guest. , ' ' • * ?;' llus Knster Luncheon. A large candy-fillet! Easter basket, with yellow candles In crystal holders on cither side and smtiller baskets and place card smarkhig individual places provided the.set- !n<r f?r tne three course bridge uncheon given by Mrs. o. R. Wcrlz it, her home on Bard avenue Wcd- Tliosn seated at the table were Mines. II. J. Hal,e \V. W. Prewltt, W. E. Hunt.. C: E. Sullcneor. Jim Criver, Ed L. Quinn, and R. C. nrynn. In the games that followed, Mrs. R. C. Bryan' was given first ''prize, a potted Easter lily. Second prine. jotted primroses, went to Mrs. Jim Driver. tr » « Keceiilicm Tonight ftir Visitors. Dr. Ada Jane Harvey, professor of French at Slate Teachers College. Conway; .Miss Constance Mitchell, English instructor ' ht the same institution, and "her mother, Mrs. Gertrude Mitchell^- also of •Carathersville Society — Personal Manitoba Faces Crisis '.,.,,.Over Relief Expenses ,.; WINNIPEG Man (UP)— Relief costs are threatenm- u> fort," a ciisis in the financial, affairs of Manitoba. The province has found itself unable to pay its share of relief costs. As a. result, it has borrowed from Ihe Dominion treasury. To date relief Joans to Manitoba iu a seven- year period total $20,000,000 and $3,000,000 is being added yearly.- interest on relief loans now amounts to $000,000 yearly. Mr. and Mrs. ChesteriButtcr< and George L Ojcus of Los Angeles, Calif., arrived licrc'-' Thursday nioniing to visit, relatnes nnd Inuids for a few \\eeks Mr and Mrs; miller' will visit .their, mothers, Mis Mollic Butler and Mrs Pleas Lynn, .and George K will visit his parents, Mr and Mrs George uycus sr. '*Mrs.,W. V. Robinson left Thursday., moruiriB . for Columoia. Tenn. .o get her son, W. V. jr., who will spend the- Easter.- vacation icie W V attends Columbia She made the velum trip In company with Mrs, J. A: Kelly, also of Los Armeies, who his been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Churchill Duck of BlylhevlHe. Mrs. Borum, Miss Sarah Jano Stovalland Tom Pate uccompulled them to Memphis. Mr, and Mrs. Jolin W. Edrliig- ton drove to Memphis yettwctay,- to meet their son, Willtam Bard?'I returning from Columbia Military,'. Academy, Columbia, Term, lor; th«' Easter holidays. "•& | Mrs. Raymond coiner and Mis* ' Nell Roy Thompson of Wilson »rS both In the Baptlsi hospital a| Memphis, . ! i D. P. L-11 FIRST YEAR SEED D. P. L-11 PEDIGREED SEED SEED CORN — COW PEAS — SOY BEANS FOR BEST PRICES SEE 0.0. HftRDAWftl & CO. Second' 289 N«w Located it 101 North Second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON FDWARDB, Proprietor Alt Bikm «f Kebollt Typewrites?, AdJlnj Machtaet C«V«Uter»—RtjuOrlnf—P "Aw, Fanny; I kilow better! Kabbitsdon'tliiyegys—they twijie'emfrom the liens," • ' rive today to be the Easier guests of the former's mother nnd sister, Mrs. W. B. Flannigah and Mrs. John W. Edrlnston. The infant daughter of Mr. tint! Mrs. Hcggle Yoimg is 111 with pucu- monla. Mrs. Erin Martini of Chaffce, Mo., who has been a patient in Campbell's Clinic In Memphis for several months following n automobile iiceldcnl, Is here for a vlsll with her sister, Mrs. O. E. Masscnglll. Edna Gore Is a patient at the Baptist hospital In Memphis following an emergency operation for appendicitis on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. R. for Onlfporl, Miss., to spend Easter with their son, lioyd, a student In Gulf Coast Military Academy. Another son, John Blnford, who nttcnds Uie Darlington School at Rome, da., Will come to Gnlf- port to be with them. Mrs. Tom Driver Is seriously ill at her home with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Burton visited with Mr. and Mis. O. M. Hill at Marie yesterday. Mallory Harwell, medical student at Tulanc University, New Orleans, arrived spend the spring yesterday to holidays with , Fletcher Conway. will arrive today to b'c the WM ' e business visitors In : Memphis guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Wertv. 5'^tCKlay afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey White .on and small daughter, who \vil suend Easter here- with tiy. Mrs. Clark Moore, who has been visiting in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tale McGue, Cancer lakes 135,000 livr>= pi-ally, .it ranks second only to heart disease as a . cause'- of death; Announcements The Courier NEWS hat tjeen an Ihorized to announce the follow ing candidates for Blytheville mil nlcipul offices, to be elected 01 April C: I-'or Mayor MARION WILLIAMS W. ~VT. HOLLIPETER G. H. GREAR For. Aldennan; First Ward J. L. GUARD (full term) E. F. FRY (short term) JESSE WHITE (short term) For Alderman, Second Ward FLOYD A. WHITE JOHN C. McHANEY, JR. For Alderman, Third Ward DAMON MCLEOD ESTER LUNSPORD W. L. HORNER and sister Mrs. H. f G. Thomns, returned to her hcnu in Mont- gomerj' City, Mo,, Tuesday. She was accompanied home by her mother, who expects to spend sev- eial wceksywith her dnughtcr. .-, Jack Moore, who is attending .Davld-Lipscpmb college at Nashville. Tenn v returned to Nashville today ufte 1 : having spent a part of the spline vacation here with liis parents, Mr. and Mrs. James B. Moore. . '• Wesley McCord. who is a student at David-Lipscomb college lor Easter. A reception is being given tonight her fam-liu their honor by Mr. and Mrs. Wertz and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hunt to which the Osceola school faculty and former students at State Teachers College from here his parents, Dr. nnd Mrs. O. M. Harwell. Mrs. Marlhn E, Carter, who has spent the winter with her sister, Mis. J. D. Bonim, htis returned to NowContracting Bean Acreage for Spring Crop BLYTHEVILLECANNING CO., Inc. and daughter, Ann, left: yesterday her home In Los 'Angeles, Cal. and in Blytheville, numbering about 45, have been Invited. Candle Light Service Tonlglil" A community candlelight communion service to which the public is invited will be held at the Christian church tonight n,t 7:30. The Rev. Louis Saundcrs will be^ in charge of the program. « »' V Ethel Brickcy, a student at; .the Rosary in Chicago,-arrived Wednesday to 'fipend IhR' spring holidays with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Arat Nashville arrived home Sun-1 ">ur Brlekey. day to spend the spring' vacation! Mrs - Val Campbell and-son, James Electricity— -r,-the Modern Servant of Man • • . ^ «/ J\,r eft .Th and Ml. Simon Gould y for' New/ Yorfc.;city v:ith liLi parents, S. MeCord. .cr n few weeks. Mrs. James Van Ausda'll, daughter, Miss Mary Ida, and Mrs. ohn Martin and daughter, Mis. la'rl Coppage spent -Wednesday In Memphis. - . Mrs. James Van Ausdall nnd Mrs. Lillian Collins spent Thursday in Memphis. ', . Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Essnry,. who have been living at the corner of Fifth and Carleton, moved Monday into the Sawyer property at the- corner -of -Fifth- and Highland. Mrs. Paul .Mehrle, .Mrs. Bob Mulllniks nnd :Mlsses':i>i>rb'tny Ward and Dorothy ' Marshall spenc Thursday of tliis week in, Memphis. . • ' -'.Chris Mehrle left Thursday for ol. Lonh to visit 3iis - daughter, Mrs. Gilford Edgerton. He will he accompanied-home-by-Mrs.-Edgcr- Mr. and Mrs. Miss., where they spent ten diiys visiting -Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Collier, former residents of tills county. Mrs. Ada Martin and .son, Delmas, spent last week-end in Webster Groves, Mo., visiting their son and trother Ur. A. D. Martin. Dr. Martin is associated with Dr. O'Malley at Webster Groves. Drs. Wert & Wert OPTOMETRISTS- Over Joe Isaacs' Store "WE MAKE 'EM SEE" Phone 6W Wallace, and Mrs. James R. Camp, bell of McCleansbDro, 111., will' ar- Dnring 1000, at the height of tiic cycling craze in America, more than 1,200.01)0 bicycles were man-1 ufactured in the United States. Have You Visited Our New Modern Service Station '! White Hose Gasoline Gootlyear Tires Willnrd Batteries Itoad Service .611 - Gas - Tires - Wrecks 2! HOUK SiiltVlCE Call G33 For Prompt Service Tom Little Chevrolet Co. Much water has gone, over ns, well as under the bridge since Old Ben .Fniiikliji first conceived the idea of controlling electricity for. the progress of the commercial world and Cor the comforts of miiii. He woiiktn't believe hiS> own eyes if he could return today and see what his kite-flying has come to. He wouldn't believe the homes in the small towns (much less in the large cities) are so comfortable with conveniences as they are today. He wouldn't believe his eyes when he looked, at the soft, pretty indirect-lighting facilities in the home; he: wouldn't believe his own ears wlien he listened to the radio; and he probably wouldn't believe his own taste when he ate food cooked upon a modern electric range. j THESE WHISKIES ABE 2VS>TEflBSOLB 30 PROOF Get Ready for Spring Cleaning Nor would any person, who lived oven bO years ago,' lielieve thai someday —today!—Hie farm homes and farm buildings would also enjoy the benefits of electricity. Wouldn't Old Ben be surprised to \VHIK into s "barn, some early evening at twilight and see electricity burning in egg-shaped glass bulbs providing light while electric milkers-wore taking milk from a herd of cows? Who wouldn't be .surprised! While it isn't surprising today to see these things on the farm, it is still interesting. Strolc-iit BY Whiakey BOURBON SiralghS Bourbon Whiskey r Remove the labtls iiom eoply CiaiH's bolllos. Mail them,wilhYouiiamBand ad<3tra. lo AnowDislillerias, Inc., Pcoria, 111., Depl. B. W. You will receli-o !ho glasses prepaid, ia Ihis ralio-ouc quart label-ono slait; iwo'pinl.laboii-ote glass; lour hall-piol labels-cms glass. Thoso glasses nol olleted in teiillorles wheto laws piohibil i?ira? ol premlumj. ClaiVe's Whiskoy, whelher Bvo ot Boui- bon, talisliet bolhlasle aod putte. in a bolllo oi C take's andSAVETHELABEL. ARROW DISTILLERIES INC. .-•.:- PEORIAr-mv,' *-'-.,.,.r Also A Big Stock of Churches of the smaller communities arc attracting and holding congregations by improved comforts through uses of electricity. Electric lights for better reading of the songs and worship material. And electric fans" to keep the place cool in the summer. Electricity has caused rioh-crmrch- goers no end of trouble finding excuses for not attending church services. The churches of today are comfortable' with the -scryice of clcctricilv. . ardware Co, Phone 32 Rural, village and town school buildings today find that without electricity theirs is not"a modern school. With it they are modern and offer greater possibilities for the students who arc to benefit .... In .the- home, on the farm, in the church, at school, and every other place where iwopic live, work, worship, learn and play electricity is not a luxury any more. Today it is a necessity,—an:l the cheapest of all the servants of man. ARKANSAS-MISSOURI POWER CO. We realize the responsibility our service has in the growth of this community and in the comfort of its inhabitants. This we accept with enthusiasm and pleasure.' Even, as in the recent flood, money, tiliie, and untold hardships mean nothing compared to the thousands of customers depending on us for— "Dependable Low-Cost Electric Service"
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