The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 12, 1937 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 12, 1937
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I MONDAY, APRIL 12, 19,17 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Tom Mix Will Greet Fans Here Tuesday Tells Textile Conference Would Stimulate Trade They WASHINGTON, Apr. 12 (UP)Secretary or State Cordell Hull told the World Textile Conference today that Improvement of working standards will expnml world trad« by removing one of the causes of artificial barriers to commerce. An increase In international trade, Hull said, is e.ssc-ntlal to enable nations to dispose of surplus production. Secretary of Agriculture Henry A. Wallace told the conference llial tie hoped eventually to extend the "ever normal granary" to cotton. Wallace said it "is truly absurd that we have not already developed methods whlcli will prevent large crops from being calamities." Addressing representatles of 21 nations, called together by the international labor office to con- Eider a universal 40-liour week in the textile Industry. Hull declared that belter working conditions would aid in disposing of surplus production, "which otherwise piled up and produced unemployed." Pcmiscot Schools Hold Annual Music And Literary Meet HAYTI, Mo.— The annual Peini- scot County Literary and Music Meet was held liere April 7, 8 and a, ' The following were winners in the various contests: Boys' Oration—First Deri Gallon, Holland, "Youth Speaks;" second, L. M. Harperi Steele, ''National Apostasy." third. Claas Hickerson • Wardell. "Salvage;" fourth, Virgil Garret, Hayti, "The Big Parade." 'Qlrls' Serious Declamation— First Mildred Edwards, Holland, "The Man Who Sat;" second, Marcelle Cromei', Caruthersville, "Himior- esque;" third, Lorene Foster Hayti. "The White Hands o: Telham;" fourth, Helen Curry Steele. "Danny's Little Tin Soldier." 'Girls' Humorous Declamation — First, Alice Micliie. Sleele, "Dro tlier Take a Bow," second, Rutl Drake, Caruthersville, "China Blue Eyes;" third, Maiy Davis, Hnyti "Good-Bye Sister;" fourth, Mary Shepherd,.. Warden, "Over the Bannisters." Girls' Voice— Pii-st, Annie Laurie Tipton, "Caruthersville, "Springtime," Drum; second, Louise Steele, Steele, "A .''Winter Lullaby," De.Koyen;-. third, -Eva Welch, Wardell; "Teach Me O Lord 119th Psajm,"; 6'Patti; fourth, Athlcen Jones, - Bragg City, "Allah," Chadwick /Longfellow. •:.' ; :-;PianV-f First, .Betty Huffman PAGE JHREE (Canadian Momuics Ready in Strike Issue Peanuus, ^jink lemonnde, and little boys looking for jobs carrying v;ater become the vogue , in Blythcvllle tomorrow—'cause Tuesday is circus day. top." the vast out to earn that coveted pass to the children's wond rlnnd "the big Tom Mix himself, shown' above-in a characteristic pose, heads to thirsty elephants will and all the kids will be array of performers with the big ishow which bears his name, and will be on hand^at each performance to greet his young admirers. Anna Faye Roddick; fourth, Hay- spreading over a vast acreage In li. Raw Monctte Stufcbs. Baldwin, Burress 10 Years Ago From the Files of ' the .'.. Blytheville Courier News Lytlla Slentz, southeastern Missouri and eastern and Harriette Arkansas as the result of breaks at Lake City, Ark., and Kennett, Mo. The situation on the Little river near Big Lake was reported as slightly relieved. '• Tuesday, April 12, 1927 Memphis—Excessive rains during Misses Virginia Walton, Thelina Beale, -Grace Webb. Ida Taylor, Ruth Muhan. Anne Stevens, \. Ola 15. Harris, Sue Agnes Sartain, Mrs. Robert Carson and Mrs.- Robert Avenger of Little Rock are, the (juests of MLss Frances Uosenthal in Memphis today at a theater NEWMAKKET, Eng. (UP) — A special air raid precautions committee, one of whose object's is to devise a gas mnsk for horses, has been formed at the great racing center here. During the Work War, Newmarket was in the di reel path of air raiders attackin] 'London. Tom Mix <>iul His S h o w Schedule; I wr> Performances Tomorrow Is circus duy In itievlllo! There's only on? thrill tltc-boy-you-wcn; c-avrlH ovr-r to Hi? iiiai'-vou-arJ, c.ixl that's tlie •>>K("v bl'^ful anl'i'lr.alitm of c-lr- cus day. if yo-.i arf: unrrli'j tnul huve rm'Ulr'n -if otir •>'"!) vcu iju'm oi:l In l' r< Mr "Simd:"' l >i:s nnc! take them ID (ho kl<f show; if vou imr s"'-|i>—'T>'i -•••'• yomociin (•]!••••« vuinvjsljr lo lake yon 1-1 th" cirjus. 'I I'lit splrl' tt'HI he abrwl ii"i>ln lonrrro-.v. when the circus. i'o:ir hH' tl"! ivme of Ilic* "n;iit^ •''•> man In UK- world "Turn Mix" ur- 'ivi.s in ihls cll.v lo u've two Comrouonllv no end of "om" "lets 'vlll i-n (o tail Innlcht will) Ilii 1 iPiiriii clock set. for formr mi- pjivlHv hour, and [U tin 1 first ••IUH cf tliuvn, tlipro Is bound to be n "nndlv ^athci'Ln^ or children •'lid urcv nii|).s loo. liondlm? for 'I'f cli'cus "rounds. As nlmosl j- 'rvnne knows. the circii? tin^ r;rown tn s' l ch ci'rtvincii'j pro- "orllora that It h Im'MSslblc (o ''("Id tin? old-tlmr; .street parade "uv innrc. Tint the iiiilondlng of (lie br[«litlv-pniiilcd wagons cf thrlr burdens,. (he herds of ele- 'jlmnts. camels, horsas. niul panic; '•tepnins: froni llic'ir ,s!dc-de>or Pull- innt]. 1 :. iind the cn"c nftcr en"" nl •>'lld nnlniflls Kcllhut "sixjllfd" li he ii'rnngei'le tpnt.s. is n ron reo . c how thnt should not be ovprlcokc'd. After I he liune s"ren( nvas Is. erected there \vlll IK ilcuty of work for those siinu ''•un».ster,s who will carry pal ifl-i- i>ni| nf water to •ler.hnnt^. vlio ' never sepm o i"l "fll'nd-iip," lYi'fonrmncc'S of the lilg show 'vlll lie Plvcn nl 2 unel 0 P. M. Ccors '• 111 open promptly at 1 nnd 7 P. M. More than 200 acts will be presented Including Midi famous naiii".* ns: The Plylnt Arbiurjh.s. romlslncd with the Ward troupe, the Inrpest llylna net ever presented with any circus; Max Orulj- er. wild animal subjugator from Germany, presenting for the first time in America his jungle oddities; Erma Weird, Intcrnnllonnl- ly . known Kymimst nnd wlnnei of the Llclzel medal; George Haniieford. prince of riding clrwns and the famous Hnnneiord Pnm- lly of barebnck rjelcre; Rny Goody dancing marvel of the high wire; the Arley troupe - of tumblers the fnmcd Roynlle military ele- lice OMia ly lo take slcru measures ogulnu slilke Oolc.icc these red-coated Royal Canadian Mounted po- arc pictured as they ns.s(nibli>il In Toronlo. md (here bivouacked, prc)>arcd to nish 'to- nearby wn In ease of hostilities, ut the General MoUrs plant where 4,000 employes were on btrlke una lliuf. The slrikcrs ii»Kcd to ollow non-slrlkeri into the plnnl, hut would not accept responsibility for what happened utter liours. plmuts; the Tom Mix high school horses, trained and presented by Tom Mix himself, nnd scores ol other features. Tom Mix also presents his own congress of wild west iwrformers from the Bar T. M. (Tom Mix* Rimi'li. who present the sports and pastimL 1 of the west,, while a vfr- able army of clowns, headed by uuips Anthony and Jliruny^Dnvid- on. supDlu the laughs lo young nd old alike. General admission us \\«ll as c. L ;ervcd seal tlckeis^.wlll be on lie all day. at llu; llovuin Drug loi'e. (or the same -prices us hnrged nt the showgrounds. Immediately after the nl^hl ciformancc here, the big show ill enlraln for Cape Glrardeau, tlie past few days have served tolpnity. ' . j _i cause further apprehe:^ion along — ^-r reaches of the Mississippi j Mrs. C. S. Stevens spent yestcr- . CaruthersviTie, ."Rhapsodic ber,; I," Brahms; " . second, . Num- Betty thousands of the coui^e of Sue Nethery, Hayti, "Caprice Espagnol,': Morltz; third, Mae Alice Melds, Wardell, "Hungary," Koelling.;- • ; ~ • "'Boys': Veiice—First Edward Gai- .U.ier- Canithersville,"' "The Tiny Hands Arc Frozen," Puccini- second,.; Junior Barnett. Holland; third, .Woodrow Chism, Hayti ''^.f- . G} 'P S 1'- Ifa'l." Gallowawl 1 Sipllng; fourth, Ovid Hunter Bragg city, "O Dry Those Tears" Del Rlego. ' J.'QIrls . Trio-First. Caruthersville ' Hpberta Ov,'iBby, Virginia Litzel- lelner, Settle Huffman; second • Holland. Melba Wilson, Virginia Gates. Sybil Bracken; third Warden, Eva Welch, Mae Alice Fields. Ruth Thompson; fourth, Cooler Adlne Copeland, Louise Beckham Reva McCann. Glee Club—First, Caruthersville, Marjorie Ashcraft, director; second, Wardell, M. B. Davies, director; third, Dcertng, Thyrla Creekmur, director; fourth, Steele, Mrs Pauline Atwod. director. Boys' Quartette—Dardell, J. W. Winters, Kenneth Correll, Aaron Randall, Jim Stottle; second. Car- uthersvllle, Edward Oaltlier, Charles Ross, Mervin Hickerson' Doyne Michie; third. Hayti, Woodrow Chism, Owen Starncs, Vii-gil Oarrett. Warren Wilkerson ; Girls'/ Quartette—First, Caruth- i ersvllle, Grace Ridgley, Roberta. Ownby, Virginia Utzelielner, Bet- j Ue Huffman; second, Holland, Afelba Wilson, Virginia Gates. SybU Brackln, Mildred tliird, Cooler, Adine Reva' McCann, Louise day it) Memphis al the hospital with her elaughter, Miss Mary El- | 3en,.who is recoperatlng from an' operation for appendicitis. Edwards; Copeland. Pecklinra, | the river and its tributaries prob- I LOVE TO SEE \ THE CHILDREN HAVE A GOOD TIME NORTH SHCONI) ST. SHOW GROUNDS TOMORROW AFTERNOON AND NIGHT DIXIE'S FAVORITE CIUCUS Don't irritate Gas Bloating iryou want lo realty GET RID OF QAS and torrlblfi bloating, don't expect I K do It by Just doctoring your turn- on with harthi IrritatTna alkalies and "Oil tlblttl." Moit OA£ It lodged In thft ctomach and upper Inttxtine and j ll dui to oTd poitonoui matter in tho ' conitlpated boweTi that are loaded with UT'CAUilna bacteria. ••If youf constipation (a of lono stand. Ing, enormous quantities of dangerous bacteria accumulate. Then your digestion le upiet. GAS often presses heart And lungs, making life miserable. You can't eat or sleep. Your head •chts. Your back aches. Your com. pltxlon la aallow and crfmply. Your breath la foul. You ara a sTck, grouchy, wratcherf, unhappy person. YOUR SYtTEM 16 POISONED. < Thousands of aurrerera have found In Adlerlka, the quick, aclentlflo way to rid their aystemi of harmful bacteria. AdUrlka rlda you of gas and cleans BOTH Do you "fly all lo pieces" v;hon the.children arc noisy, or when (he vegetables burn, or when the jelly won't "jell?" Some mothers arc just naturr.lly cranky. Some mothers are cross and impatient because llicy arc nervous. If you are a natural crank, DR. MILES NERVINE won't do much for you. If you arc irritable because your nerves are overtaxed, DR. MILES NERVINE will do a lot for you. Do you suffer from Sleeplessness, Restlessness, Nervous Irritability, Nervous Headache, or Nervous Indigestion? Do you worry over trifles, start at sudden noises? Overtaxed nerves will cause all these troubles, and DR. MILES NERV- INE will help you to relax those overtaxed nerves. Why don't you give it a trial on our guarantee of satisfaction or your money back? Your druggist can tell you about DR. MILES NERVINE. He has been selling it ever since he started clerking in a drug slore. Dr. Miles Nervine comes in two forms—Liquid and Effervescent Tablets. Both equally effective in quieting overtaxed nerves. Bolb sell for 25(i and $1.00 depending on the size of the package. ka foul potions out of B lo fou lowlr bowtle. Give your dowels EAL tleanstng upper and --._ *— liowelt ft with Adlerlka. Gel (i~Mt htbTt (ormlns. Ktrby Broa. Drug Co. Robinson DTUE Co, WE ARE POSITIVELY COMING! Our route and date cannot be changed! EVERYTHING HEW! Largest Show pf its kind in the world! with TOM MIX STONY •HPOOQIt with SCORES OF PEOPLE Tickets On Sale Tomorrow At the liortim Drug Co. No Additional Charge } 200 WORLD-FAMED ARENIC STARS —IN'CT.llniNG— 200 'here the Vcdncsdny. circus will exhibit Church Pass Key Strays SAN JOSE. Ciil. (UP/—Hnss key.< a churches is the latest problen he pcllce must solve. Thieves will Rye in Cotton Middles Halts Wind Erosion Walls of .wild 8 to 10 Inches ilnh uloiiif fences and bams, ciuised by wind erosion, Is coin- noii In (he sandy area of Ule Lake, but : not on the Tom Hilt farm near Lcnchvllle. By }>lanllii|f rye in the collon middles of his 40,-ncre Inrm at, the rate of about one-half bushel per acre, : he 1ms been able almost entirely to prevent moving pf Ills soil. According to Mr. Hltt's statement .the EOd Is so ma tied with roots limt even weeks after the rye. Is turned .under it tends to prevent the moving of the' soil. By the time, the rools have completely decayed and have lost their binding power the sprint! winds have censed. This year Mr. Hltt turned under eight acres on which he had previously/grazed 22 head of swine, 5 me entered St. Leo's Catholic I cows, and 2 miles, hurch here and stole $3«> In of-'] Ordiniirtly he plants his entire "crlngs. • • .cotlpn acreage In -rye, and by ro- uting cotton with (he other crops, ic has rye on the entire farm every 2 years. On nu adjacent 'farm on which no 170 lias been crown, Mr. llitt slated thai a wall of sand 10 Incluv; high In places was Icposited alone the fence. A [jlant Sequoia lice yielded ao<X> posts, 050,000 shingles,' and 100 cords of Iliettood The upper NIC-third nnd the branches of .the :nifjc tree were not used COTTON SEED D. & P. L. Nn. II Per Ton P.O.I!. Number Nine 2nd'Year From Experiment Station Mammoth isrnuit Soy Deans Prices Reasonable C. C. LAWSTON $75 one a minute! ^rt|iEiiAfiiRs;i ^l-save on PRlfcE!'^' -f-] 2-save on CURRENT! 3-save on UPKEEP! [ •* / ¥ r_ ," V IRMAOWARD "QUEEN OF THE AIR" DIRECT FROM LONDON HIPPODROME 60 TOM MIX HORSES 60 \Vilh Tony, Tony Junior, ana Warrior FAMOUS RIDING HANNEFORDS WOKI.D'S FOREMOST HIDING FAMILY RAY GOODE HELEK FORD MAX GRUBEITS ANIMALS Sensational Flying Arbaughs {ADIM An(i IIcr Flyin S Ba "ct of Lovely Holly- IHIllll wood Girls. SCORES of Other New and Brilliant Features From Nearly Every Land • Now you can easily afford (he finest •refrigerator money can buy. General t '>. ^lectric^-.ttie' refrigerator .<b*t!',4/u'djfi ; \iost /tit ; to 'turn —is no w priced lower than ever! Don't beaatisned with anything less. Know the thrill of owning the best—and tan Ibree ways. Big, Roomy Cabinet* • Brilliant New Styling •Mor«Convenitnc«« Mor« Utablft Storagt Spaca* Mort "Cold" Capacity • More lc« Cubes ALL AT LESS COST! . Not one bit of traditional G-E quality 'has been sacrificed , , . thcie are the finest refrigerators Q-B »Y«r offered. New Low Prices Full 4 foot box .. §139.50 Full 5 foot box .. §159.50 Full G fool box . . $179.75 Full 7" fool box .. $209.75 (Prices delivered in your home, plus sales lax) The Only Refrigerator Michanlim with FORCED-FEED LUBRICATION and Oil COOLING Assures quieter operation, leis current consumption, <nd injuring economy. INQUIRES NO ATTENTION I 5 YEARS PERfORMANCE PROTECTION Compare GK prices with any standard box. You will find them as cheap or cheaper than any of the leading refrigerators and remember you get the GB guarantee and qualify. Hubbard Furniture

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