The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 1, 1937 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 1, 1937
Page 5
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HalHkmo ,MUL 1, 1937 •BLYTHEVILLR (AUK.)" COtJttffiK - NEWS Will Lecture Monday'.;.. At Camthersvilie Final preparations were completed this week bjf the Caruthersville Junior Chamber of commerce To bring Richard ilalllburton, author and traveler, 7 to Caruthersvllle Monday night/ April 5, to relate a few of his many interesting travel experiences, I • HnlllburCpnl ims lectured In practically every/largo city in Hie united State ss^nce 1925 and lias left behind hlmVa trail of audiences of \oun«r ( fln<i/ol(l as delighted as arc Ills' book feeaders. Mr.jHafiburton spent an entlrd \vimur 'juBiCUaoiLi. wi llic In cue Soviet 1 st'Ice.'he has much to say. He turncdunonk at a monastery OH Mt. Athos) ^he religious community In nonthern Greece where no •woman—OB a'ny female animal or lowl-ihas.' set foot for a thousand, ycarsf i;:^ ;j . . DlsgulseS; as a pilgrim he tried to B£' to -(Mecca, .but was stopped scvertil'mfe from the gates. He felt, borhpjrisaled, however, by being granUJd an interview with Mil Saud,' khjg of Arabia, who came six miles /out from Mecca with Ills seven Dirtiest sons (he lias thirty- five) aufl his bodyguard of three hundre<iL|to receive, his American guest, jh Ticke'W arc now on sale in Ca- ruthersVlle at the following drug-' stores: sawyer's Pharmacy, Daul- tou-Garnc|r's and Haydcn's, and at Ihe Worfaman Drugstore at Steelc. Tickets w/Jl also be placet) on sale in various! schools in tlie county. JOC •sceola y —Personal Alden ing in resji to attend j Dr. Jbhrisi who Is sel- O. B. day froi Blu(I, McG He left Mora panying hi s il Little Rock i University of son, George turning to h of the state d John Walki mick of Fort to their honii former's aim 1 wic'h. B. G. pcrlutcndcE 'U'.- Holland .agent.for Arkansas, (lay.. Tliey the passcng conditioned put into t" Kennctt, r left yesterday morn- se to a telephone call bedside of an uncle, Baker, at Magnolia, ily ill of pneumonia, raves returned yester- business trip to Pine and Arkansas City, ay morning, accom- on, Allen, as far as n his return to the Arkansas. Another Bssil, \yas also re- s work In the office epartinent of labor, r and Billte McCor- Emith have returned alter a visit to the , Mrs. 0. T. Gosc r/.Ffisco division su- of St. Louis, and J •of lilythevillc, general r^rlsco -ill 1 -iioftheasi ire in Osceola yester- cpr'essed satisfaction al traflic on the new air 'shopper's special train rvlce' March 14 from to Memphis. t,oses on Biff F.ggs LLS, Me. (UP)—Carl Henty peeved at his been laying three- lie measured 83-4 by * Trouble Is, eggs slil dozen, not the -pound Tennessee Cotton Picker in Soviet Fields That Soviet Russia is moving toward" industrialization of agriculture, particularly cotton, and that the Soviet has plenty of cotton to industrialize, is shown by these two photographs. Below is the Rust Cotton Picker, with John Rust, one of its two brother inventors of Memphis, Tenn., shown, arm extended, during an experimental tryout near Tashkent. Asiatic Russia. Rust, who has just returned to the United Slates after seven months spent in Russia adapting the invention to Russian needs, predicted mass production by the government there within a year. The \jppr-r photo shows tests being made with a Russian-made cotton picker, a suction type with lubes operated by hand. The pholo also gives evidence of the productiveness of Russian cotton fields. THIS CURIOUS WORLD £ William Ferguson /%e. CSJANT'S CAUSEWAS', CURJOUS ROCKY FORMATION ON THE COAST OF IRELAND, IS MADE. UP OP COLUMNS OP BASALT/ An SATIS-FACTOF2V EVER. HAS C3IVEIN1 FOR THE. TWIST IN /K PtG'S TAIL/ OR TH IS THE "CHEAPEST" OF ALU KNOWN FORMS OF LIGHT, BUT MAM DOES NOT KNOW HOW TO PRODUCE IT. Quaint French Village Home of Coppersmiths VILLEDlEU - LES - POELES, France (UP)—The art of coppersmith lias been the math industry of this quaint Normandy village for fcven centuries now, and throughout this time Its secrets have been faithfully passed down from father j to son la the proverbial 21st gene^ j ration. - <l . j The village industry began in tlie I 13th century when the Knights of j Templar .formed a commandcry ere and instructed ' the villagers l the ancient science of fashion-, ig copperwnre. Today 50 families iill practice this ancestral art, and :ie urns, beakers, flagons, jugs, clc., :hich they make are objects of eauty sought by peasants and curists alike. - . There Is no mass production in lie village's special Industry, antj very bit of copper-ware that comes rom Villedieu Is distinctive. Hayti Society — Personal Mines. Arnold Tucker, Dave Ml- w< J. A. clironistcr, and Vic Slg- :er arc In St. Louis this week nt- ;endlng the Mississippi Valley Style Show. Mrs. Slgler will also visit icr brothers, John and 0. P. Whlt- ner and families. Mr. and Mis. J. vy. Qoldcn ami son, J. w. jr., motored to Clrcen- wny, Ark., Sunday and visited Mrs. (Melon's parents, Mr. flnd Mrs. J. W. darner.- John shlpton of Tnskec, Mo., was Hie weekend guest of his brothers, Fred and Shad Shlpton and families. Mr. and Mrs. V'jiidcll Hall and son, Wendell John, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack BulllngUm of St. Louis were the week end guests of Mr. Hall's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs; Bert Hall, Mr. Bulllnslon is Mrs. Hull's brother. ' Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Johnson of Clmffee were here Monday visit- Ing Mrs. Johnsoii's slsler, Mrs. C. P. Wells. Mrs. J. M. Jlles of Atchlson, Kans., Is here visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. L. Davis. Mrs. A. G. Shlbley and children of Blythevllle were here Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. \V61f Khou- ric. HBI vie Dorrls relruiied from Chicago, III., Monday, accompanied by brother, J. L. Dorrls jr., and the Jailer's wife. Mr, and Mrs. Dorris were enroutc Id Texns. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe • Stewart nnd children of Memphis were here over the weekend visiting Mrs. M!&i juanlta Crqnfottl, wild is working at fllkwtori, wM her* over the week end vWtmr her mothtr, MM. A. 0. AUfti; . Monroe's brother »rid wife, Kir. and MM. j, B. tight. Miss u«ba pall of 8ti Louis w«s hero over Ilia \vcokoiid visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Joo HubCr Jr., : and children and Mr. Hubcr's niothir, Mrs. Joe Huucr sr., 6( Cape Ql- roixlcnn left for Jeltersoii city, Mo., for a visit with rela- Ihis week lives. Jos Kohn was hi Memphis Wednesday visiting his wile and young daughter, Frances, who arc In the Baptist hospital, Mrs. c. W. Adams of Memphis is here visiting hi the homo of her son and wife, Mr. nnd Mrs. a. T. Adams. Hawaii's Last King Revealed at Gourmet HONOMJWJ ' (UP)-Tlte original mtnu for tho coronation ot Kola- kaU», tho last king of Han all, vlilcii lias Just been discovered, Indicate* he wai not on a diet. The official dinner was In the lolani palace, now the territorial governor's office. Tlie menu In- cl»o> rt three souixs, six varieties of flsh, in addition to'crabs And-lobr^/i st«rs, seven kinds of roasted' ratal; two curries, potatoes, peas,'corn,-', spinach, seven wine?, six desserts.'* fruit, liquor and beer. '- ',- •!• fTERRYj ABSTRACT* REALTY CO, , Abirtracls, Ijtoiji & Lwnj E, M. Terry, Prts. «nd Mjfr. Phono 617 Blrthe'vlUe.Ark. All Now Located »t 101 North Seoaai; ' ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU . DON PDWARDS, Proprlttor nuke* of Rebuilt Tyncvrttera, Adding Machine* tot —p<Lrt»—Hlbboni itynfcoatdiam 1 COMMANDER feEORGE DEWEV P-* was at Hongkong'. with • his : squadron ot U.\\S. battleships, 1 when the war with-; Spain broke loiit early-in 1898. HQ sailed immediately for the Philippines', where a Spanish fleelYwas anchored, fn the dark oftnight, he led his ships through the, fortified strait and surprised the Spaniards in the sheltered bay. Ip two hours he destroyed the "enemy fleet. The victory electrified the -Americans back home. Dewey ; be- camc the hero of the war. '. He was 60 years old then, nan seen service under Farragul in the 'Civil War. and hnd done long : tours of duty away from home. • Alter the Spanish-American War he was appointed acting rear admiral, nnd was idolized at Icclilres throughout the country. But he Insisted on denying the colorful 'legends about his victory at Manila, ho married a second time, ' and the public grew less intercst- ;<Sd in him. He died, aged 69, on jJan. 16, 1917. i. Appropriately, In the centennial \ year of his birth, the United States i is issuing: a stamp'honoring him. Iliis the .four-cent navy stamp, oh ' which Dcwey's portrait appears ! between those pi • Admirals'Samp- ;sorj:and:Schtey. ' The transformation of energy which 'results in the glow of the fire fly shows the greatest economy of ;ill known precedes. It is produce; by nature at about one four-liimdretith the cost of the energy expended in a cimdlc flame. Correct Oil in the Right Place-- results in cpVrcct lubrication. VVe know, what •lubricants arc best for'till makes of'cars and trucks, and whore to use each one, correctly. > : : Drive in TODAY! Open AH Night 24 Hour Service PHILLIPS' SERVICE CENTER Read Courier News Waal Ads. ^WW 7 *H K. S.^-1337 Navy, Scries /Idmirnls Dcwcu, Sampson n»d Sclilcy jcopyrislit. 1)5?,.J<E(\ Service, (DC. Tea In ring JKANNK CARROMv— Lovely "Starlet of Song" and Former Follies Star JACK MKRTON and DICIC ROKEUTS Two-1'iano lc;im HOB HliUER— 'Electric Guitar DEACON DUNN— Comedian And I lie Orchestra Glee Club flaying for Luncheon. Diniirr, am! Danrini:. Dinner guests OH Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday nights .- niay remain f°r ilanchij witlinut extra diargrT _ ''• ~~ * .. From ?2 per l«ts>on From 53 per i:en>on Double Single !•'. K, SCHUTT, Vice rrCbirtcnl and Gen. -Mjr. )!e sure to attend the rhiladelpliia Symphony Orchestra at the Jlcmphls Auditorium Saturday night, April 2411), sponsored liy the Mcm- phis Academy of 'Arts! .ire 50 ocntr lo 53,00. Ittirui conducting. the Nest Early and Olt«n! B IG UNIFORM PULLETS ready to lo, early in tk. l^-" 1 ^"''' wtal evary poullrymdn want,. A-d tha.'* what you jri «ta eed Purina Growena, the growing M *«' ™ B ; Pur.a.ten 9 i 1| jou |*ed jour pullots grain or »»»«»•* ate 7 or 8 months to coma into laying. Tou eoa ln« (all l mon' you tains J Ihoy I at_ _ . whon egg pric«J aro highest. Don't laks chaacai this ysar—start your i EXTRA SPECIAL BA R GA INS FOR MEN and WOMEN , To Cicai- Our Spiing Stocks and Make Room for :. Stnntiicr M.erciiaiidise THE GOODWIN COMPANY 112 K. Main ' Phone 15J 72 1 Drastically P^educed ALTERATIONS FREE All new Spring Silk Drosses including Ck«ssy Jean.'ripcl oilier well known-makes . . - only'72 of these beautiful dresses but you'll find light iiiid dark prints und solid colors in a good assortment of annealing styles . . . All lit genuine savings. .18 DRESSES Values lo 55.95 1/1:37 18 DRESSES Values to ST.1'5 22 DRESSES Values lo 510.95 H DRESSES Valiius tu $H>.95 $1197 11 LADIES'. SUITS-COATS 15 SUITS Values to $10.95 747 10 Ladies' COATS Values to Sl6.95 f 19 SWAGGER SUITS Values to §16.75 $1197 5 SUITS Values to $24.75 11 174? COATS Values to $19.75 s 5 Groups of Men's SPRING SUITS At Heal Bargain, Prices OnOUP NO. 1: Llghl and dark worsteds with plain anil spurl backs. OKOUr NO. 2: Irnpical worsteds . . . brauuiuliy niadc -suits in grey nnd blue. GltOIiP- NO. 3: Extra good quality alt wool worsteds, tingle and double breasted, sport or plain backs. -\0. .1: Best snide gabardines'In crctns, browns, nnd ercys. Uxccptlonal bnr- sains al . ' FAMOUS CURLEE SUITS Otl your Famous guaranlecd Curltc Sul! now at Hits low prici 1 . Might, and dark patterns in . single: and double brcasled styles. .:

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