The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 15, 1937 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 15, 1937
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^THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1037 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)" COUKIEtt NEWS ~~" 91 111 MPE Local Students Go to Jonesboro Friday for Annual Competition Blytheville will be represented by approximately 90 students In tlie annual senior high school literary meet, cf the Arkansas Athletic Association al Jonesboro tomorrow. The students will bs accompanied l>y n number of teachers with Miss Hosa/M. Hardy, principal, in charge. A number of parents will also 'go.. There will be representative* from Blythevllle In all of the 20 contests. They are: English. Norma Crowe; Geometry, Hlldred 'Bunch- Spelling, Harry Cloyd; Algebra, Cecil Branson; Latin. Jerry Cohen; History. Jc« Burnette; Typewriting. Jane McAdams; Shorthand, Sue Hamey; Boys 1 extemporaneous speaking, Jay smith; Girls' extemporaneous speaking, Parrls Richardson;-'.,--.Declamation, Daniel Booiie; Reading, Vlarjorte" Warren; piano, Marian Tompkins; Violin, Amy Rulh Morris; Boys' voice Le- J? Roy Brown; Girl's voice, Wynettc ! ' M Shepherd; trio, Dorothy Poster, J, y BE Geneva Graves and Jane McAd- J : ." Rl " ' ams; quartet, LeRoy Brown. , Roy Graves. Todd Harrison and loon Stafford. ' - • «"* In the isoys' g:ee club there are: LeRoy Brown, Starlyn Bunch, Roland Bishop. Harry Cloyd, Gerald Carter, Howard Prlsby, George Grear, Roy Graves, Charles HaT- dln, Todd Harrison. Bill Harrison Earl Hood. John Harp. Bob Her-' rick. Eugene Ilargett. Ed Johnson Eugene Johnson,- Bill KImbley, Hodgson Modlnger. Calvin Moody, Alfred Meredith, I,, c. Pcsey, Lean Stafford, John Snmlers, Coleman Stevens, Ben Smith tui-J Earl n. Snider. . The 40 glvls In tlislr glee club are: Margaret Jane Aclon, Mury Jeanne Afllick, Kathleen Ashley, Elizabiu'n Baxter, Marietta llee- mnii, Nedra Berryman, Jean Bsur- lanrt, Mary Jo Buchanan, Winifred Crawford, Carllne D.IIMDII, Dorothy T o:t<:r, riuliy Frazler. Geneva Graves, Juanita Grimes. Marf Frances Gusi'ln, Estelle Hawks, Mice Jans II?s!er, Lav- 'rty, [>3'sy Lorn, Hehn Lovelace, Vliu-le! MBIT, OlO'-la Mirtin. M<ir- 'Qib Mavs, Amy Iluth Morris, Mil- 'rr.d M'i'r, Gbn O'n M-iLevl. M'irv \nn Na>j°n, Catherine O'Bryanl. " Lnxora Society — Personal Haiii'v.' - li'iv-. '••ile-h-. />lic? Saiiba. Wv- letUrShcpherd. Wanda Smith, rH- ."t .Pay Sykes. Ir»"c Tinker. OHvc VnVl. .lin"l~ f : v/.'l-y)!?, Mary SU3 V'llingham and Miry L'mi'y WI1- on. Acccim^nJEts will 1« E'irl B snl- 'fr to- t:c (juartH a:i'J hay's voice :ont<nls; L. T. Miorn fo*' th" b"vs' ^lee club: Evelyn smart for the 'Irh-' </!ec club and IrlD, Sue Ramey fir th» girl's velr*. anil KUh- ryn Grear Tor the violin contisl. c-ijo'"-": tr- VI. r •.i-T-.rHn Soybeans, Com and Alfalfa Major Items on R;:L>- se'l Grecnway Farm That « balanced farm program is practical nnd desirable oven on a tenant operated farm can be seen on Hint of Russell Greenway of Dell,' which lie rVnis under a five-year lease for cash. On his 240-acrc farm, with a rattan buse of 150 acres, lie plans to plant 90 acres of cotton, thereby permit- ling him to divert or rent to the government CO acres al $20.50 per acre, He plans to plant :i!> acres of soybeans alone for oil mill mir- which, of course, will bo used as the diverted acres; CO acres will be planted In com and licans; he has 'H acres of alfalfa, which he says pays more |>cr acre than any crop on the farm; 14 I'acres is hi sweet clover nnd le,s| y3deza for pasture, Lasl year Mr. Grecnway har- Miss Hosa I/iu Cookc of Whitton spent the week-end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. C, Cookc sr. Mr. nnil Mrs. S. J. Smith returned Thursday from Dallas where they attended the National Glimcrti' ccnvnntion. Ml« Bob Williams spent the week-end with her mint ami nncl?, Mr. and Mrs. Williams, of Jack- sou, Miss. Miss KHzabelli Wallace spent tlie week-end In Memphis. Mrs, Marllin Poison, spent the BRIEF SIRI High School Students Return to Classes After One Day Protest CARUTIIKUSVILLE. Mo.— War- high school students. 1;-:1 by titc Senior class, staged brief wtck-end her mother, Mis- WK-, All';-- N-lsm. Mrs. i ves t c( j 20 In.shels of sovbciins pe. nb-irn Eri^lonl Norman !„<,,.„ flom , lis H Mros ()f .^ m " a U ' W'I"«lm «(sv chin. 'and StanHI Cut- i DR. STUTT'S S.KRACH-NO-MOR Tlie 30-Minute ITCH Treatment. Only one application necessary. No grease. No mess. No soiled clothing or bed linens. No time lost- from school. Af good drug stores everywhere. FOR SALE SOY BEAN HAY PLANTING SEED ' . StONEVrLLF." 5A sfo^'E^ ^ ^u,E 4A ': 1st year from Stoneyille Station 8 DOZ. PURE" "BRED WHITE ROCK PULLETS Fresh Heifers with Small Calves H.- G. Knappenberger .uxora Schnn] Bn-'rd Teachers lim tlip M™ "'at nerelal stancliioint LTJXORA, Ark.—Directors of th» Luxora consolidated school have announced the reehction of the following teachers: T. D. Wilkins. 'upurtntem'ient for the seventh consecutive year; James T. Slack, principal; Marvin Sanrbrsen. conch and science'; Mrs. Charlie Thomas.' mathematics ami French; Miss Bob Williams. English and so:ial science; Miss Wls Hill, social scieiK? ind history: Mrs. Matlie Poison, librarian; Miss Rulh Bullock, com- Loijise McHanry. mercial; jjrada; Mrs. L;n Stanford, Mrs..'.R. W. Nichols, Ifth Toiirth; Mrs. R. W. Butler, Ihird; Mrs. R, T. Ballciv, sjfond; Miss Maxin: HaUtsad, 1 first; Mrs. T. D. '.Vilkins. first, "•. Read Courier News Want Ads GLEAN FALSE TEETH- GET RID OF STAINS New Easy Way—No Brushin 5 .S.cra-Kit-en. atnnzHif; new discovery, re- -iiovcs Mnckc-st stains, lartiiili, tartar lik,- iias;;c. Jusi t-.u false teclli or bridges in R 'a.ii of waft-r ami ailit Stcin-Klccn powiltjr. •» nit-ssy liriishin^'. Itecoinineiiilotl by dtn sU—appj-rtvpji b>- fiooJ EJou jll-dmirslsta. Moncv Lack: !T I and beans. were .sold at I-ranees ^'"-''1 j prices ranging from SLID to $1.17 'per bushel. At the present time they are worth SI.30, according to 'Mr. Grecnway. On land on which 1 he has soybeans alone he harvest- jed 45 bushels per acre, which gave from a com- bcans alone voulcl probably yield more money, since they could be harvested al a nuch less expense and produce ilmost twice ns many Vieans per icre. Although Mr. Greenway produced several tons of hay in sxccss ol his needs he pointed" oul that he had no surplus on hand —that it had been disposed of al from $20 to $24 per ton. He has six mules, a horse,-50 hogs, and two cows. He stated that although he believed the farm program has been very beneficial nnd was worth much In bringing .about a change from cotton to a balanced lype ol dinning, that he would not go back lo the old system of all cotton, even though there was not a farm program. Orn Hill, In Memphis. G. C. Driver was home for Uie wtek-encl from Jonesboro Stale college. Mrs. Jullon Owen, probation worker for the sonlh end of the cciuily, was In Little Rock Friday to allend a conference ol .state welfare workers. Dr. nnd Mrs. E, R. Bognn attended an O. II S. meeting In Pine Blutr Friday night, Mrs. Joe Hires Is a patient in 'he Methodist hospital, Memphis ,vhcre she underwent mi appendectomy. The L'.ixcra P. T. A. mcl In th' school auditorium Wednesday at- terhoon. with a lar^e attendance on;. day "stop .school" strike Mon- ln.v ID protest against. Uie dismissal of Troy s, I'i;rc';, .supjrin- icndent there lor six years, who was not tendered another year's contract by the Wurdeil board of education. No reason WHS given lor 1'ic.rca's dismissal. He Is a tlier to Koscoo M. Pierce, Ca- rmher.sville superJntcndciit. jicr stuili'iits returned to -school esday. Wurdeil Ls a rural con- so!Wni«| district, ftboul 20 miles itlnvi'sl of Caruthersvllle. Mi's. 14. of the LatiKslon was U-ade program "Good 'fast:.' Members from the Osceolii P. T A. were asked to assist her. Mrs Donald Wert?, opened the program with a piano solo "Wall?, In G Girl To liwivc Jungle SYDNEY (UP)— FKrinif 'i ardous adventure through Flat." A reading was Mrs. Jiinmle Gwnltney. given Music Bs Flavla Driver null a talk by Mrs W. E. Hunt on "To What 'Exten' Do Family Standards Ellect Good Taste" completed the program.-.. Tlie following officers were elected: Mrs. J. J. Johnston, president; Mrs. Apple, vlce-prcstdenl; Mi 1 ?: lois Hill, secretary, • and Mrs. Tf 1 . .D: Wilkins, treasurer. Inter ilcdnred his Intention to clntm mental Incapacity In an or-. fort to sol nskle (lie conveyances, i During the nllenioon 'Clmnccllor anutiicy ifiiuilod (iccivcs in two uiivonli'sti'vl divorce ciisos, giving A. V. Ilurrls ii decree from Mrs. Nn- oml Hum minis on thu ground of liKllijiimivs inn, MIS. Tiioinm Stiop- liwl 11 decree from Virgil Shej>- lisi'it on Uie groiiiui o; indignities, Hy inlil-Ocloter of li):i(i, British' Coltiiiililii Inn) piu'ked 1,135.050! fuses of siilmon. I restimony Completed in Secoy Property Suit Testimony hi ttis suit brauglil by 3y:irs II. Eccoy to set u.sldo con- ^ynnces of real i\nd jjcr.soniU prop- i'-y to lil'. former wife, now Mrs. ,'rmrk-s S.nolhertmn. was comi>tel- 1 late yesterday nfUimoon utter 3nsuinln« most of Uie clny's clmn- :ery conn session here. Clianeellor J. F. Clniitncy imll- ;nl«l that he would linnd.down his decision titter hearing urguimmU of counsel Friday morning. Sccoy offered evidence uui'iiartlng (o show that lie wns under the Influence of n large dose of sccl.itlvc .it tlie time he made the conveyances and testified llrnl he hnd no Memory of Ills actions on tlie cliiy he c.vecu;e<i the Instruments: 'Ine defendant submitted evidence tending to show thai Bccoy wns normal nt the time nnd hull 'inds Effectively > Controls Wind Erosion h" the wilds of North Australia to par- win. Shirley Howard. 22, has left here to ride the 2,000 miles on a horse y which she bought, for 9 shillings. "I am not « bit scared about Ihe wild country," she said. "I am nol packing a gun be- '!i'j~Ai ' cause 1 do not'anticipate meeting : " ' any trouble. ^^^M Cant get . '-'*/ *.*B E VERY :flock has to have its leader- seem tosenseyournext wish in advance, and you'll find plenty of proof on the road this summer that Buick's the You've got brakes lo halt its thunder-x pace-maker of this year's crop of curs. I 30 ' 1 action and bring it gently down to ' ! rest'with the smooth lightness ol mist- So if you'd rather feed dust than eatil, ing rain. - \ , you'll take the wise step now, and make sure that when .summer comes you're ^ou've got a car that's a young man's . up front in the driver's seat of a Huick. ftmc y> light-footed, eager, adventurous —'•' car that's any man's pride so honest There's no getting around the power a ' s ' l ' n mc so 'id worth of every nut, Buick can pour into the job of getting s ' rilt > holt and thread, you there quick nnd quiet and easy—its valve-in-head straight-eight engine gives " Wlly hnn(!ica P Yourself this summer you the soaring flight of an eagle when when so plain ' 5 ' it>s Hu!ck a « aln for you want to cover ground. value? You'll find this great straight eight easy to buy It's got a steady, fretless, road-leveling ns the average run gait that makes travel effortless ns light chasing shadow, whether you're just loafing along or shooting [or a record distance for (he day. of sixes — and if you get yourorder in now you'll he leading the parade in n bellwether In this marvel car you ride in seats like Buick when sum- easy chairs. You finger controls that mer gets here. LOWEST BUICK PRICES EVER! At today's pricei, a big Huick 'val've-in-kead straight eight cost 'f tittle more than the average six oitfjiift the loivtft f-rictftttft Compare de~ li-vtred firictt and learn fioiv fitt/e mart bityi a btilwtlhtr Buifk. GENERAL MOTORS TERMS TO SUIT YOUR LIKING H: R. Bryant of Lcaclivillc l! demonstrating- that ' wind erqslou can be completely controlled,', h) the use cf rye which has"beer allowed to grow 10 to 12 Inches high before .turning under. .He stated that no erosion or blowing is possible when this method: I jsed. nder When the rye is ; turncc! the lops remain above thf 1 ground auont 3 to 4 Inches, wh'lcl he said lends (o prevent ' blow' hit', nnd with the roots so clcscl mnttcrt there is no • moving : o sand at all. rie pointed out thai it was nol Dpssihle to .tel this land nflri •iciriD- flat ; broken, but il hnd to be dLsced, harrowed and planted fi t On his 50-acre plot o[ rye -.vhtch he has Hat-broken he plniis to harrow and plant cotton . H to 15 days after it has b:en turned under. Deep cultivation is imricssible lie said, until the third cultivation. Only scratchers c'.in he used/due to.' the muss of green rmuei-ial turned under. Opens Beauty Shop Billie's Beauty Shop, located at 105 North Second street, was opened for business today. The shop is ovi-ncd and operated by" Miss Billie Hurst, who formerly operated the Modern Beauty shop in tlie Glencoe building and who is well known fccre, having been connected «'ilh various beauty shops here for the past five years. The building has been remodeled and redecorated nnd new equipment has been installed. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY • FOK HUNT Furnished ApaiMr.kiV.. n rooms nnd bath. Reasonable. 110 W Ash - ' 15c k22 Phone 886 or 888 24 Hour Wrecker Service And Garage .Work Uoily '&• rrml.-rs A Spcrbll)- BARNETT AUTO SALES Hiuliii miles get (rtcd because like (lie olil gray nurc they wotk Inrd Imut afu-r hour. ' h's easy lo find out i( your tubes nro lircd. Call \is and ask for an KCA Certified Check-up. For a. noniiiul fee of $1.50 our service nun will not only test all lubcs.but give yctir set die complcic fni|]cc- liim jcrvicc'oiiiflnetl. It's an Inex- jicn^ive waj'iOf gctiint; back new .M'l tone. Anil, if it is necessary, we'll he MIIX> LO rephicc (hose iire<l lubes widi KCA Tubes- llecause tubes, like everything cl^e we use in our service work have in be' the besi. Standard Radio Check-Up Sl.Sf) f. Clic<k overall ict^ jierfonujncp lot jtniidvii^, selectivity anil fiilrlil)'. J, Ten and label alt tuties. 3. Check ijicikcr jnd Cabinet for raiclci, 4. Inipcn anJ icit ill power rontifo iJuni. 5. Clirtk Jttial, pronml, and lUliming airtner conncctfoiu. t. Ati^n antentM, dececior, and oscllli- u>r clicuiis \vln?n acrenfljle (ill* \vjyc ice aUiliniinal), 7. Aikjuit Jul to nninml kilocycle reid- tup. B. (!lirek camel of cxtnneoui nolstj. 5. Clciii {[iicrior of cabinet. ID. Make free cuimaic of any nclcliilonil rcpjiri needed, Hartlaivay rhonc23^ ce Co. niythcville, Ark. RCA TUBES Upon Lubrication Depends: 1. The amount of fuel used. 2. The amount of jiowcr obtained. 3. Depreciation. When our export mechanics lubricate your car or truck, you are assured of greater Economy, Comfort, ami Safety. Open All Night 24 Hour Service PHILLIPS' SERVICE CENTER If you recognize real news, you will know this is exciting news. Old Kentucky's famous "double-rich "straight Bourbon doesn't cost o^e penny extra! A W pro&r wMiVer trfi.V t>., - OISTKBU1OSS, INC..N.Y. KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY • PAGE THREE,., MEN! WOMEN! SAVE On Your Clothing Needs yon know prices are.going higher and here is your opportunity to fciiy new, desirable merchan- dise at greatly reduced prices . . . YOU MUST HURRY AS QUANTITIES ARE LIMITED DRESSES Drastically Reduced ALTERATIONS FREE All new Spring Silk Dresses Inclinlinpf Classy Jean itinl oilier well known makes . . . light and dark prints and solid colors in it (food assortment nT ap-' .styles . . . All til Kcmiine savings. DRESSES Values to $5.95 $437 DRESSES Values to $10.95 $Q37 DRESSES Values to $7.95 $C87 DRESSES Values to $16.95 $1197 LADIES' SUIf^COATS SUITS . SWACiOER SUITS ' Vnlties fo $IO.!>5 «ir7 r ^ u ' ueH '° $2'l.7fi $•747 $1197' $1-787 ; 11 97 $ 17 J Ladies' COATS • Values to $10.95 $•747 Ladies'. COATS Values to $19.75 $1147 11 5 Groups of Men's Spring SUITS At Real Bargain Prices OKOtH' NO. 1: Light and dark worslrils with plain an:l sport bacVs. GROUP NO. 2: Tropical worsteds . . . beautifully made suits In grey and blue. 14 95 16 95 GROUP NO. 3: Eslra good quality all wool worsteds, single and double bjfastol, sport or plain backs. GROUP NO. 4: Best grade gabardines In greens, browns, and greys. Exceptional bar• sains at 19 75 21 45 Famous Curlee Suits Get your famous guaranteed Gurlcc Suit now n( this low price. Light and dark patterns In single and double brc-xskd styles. 75 JOE ISAACS, Inc. WE GIVE AND REDEEM EAGLE STAMPS Official Headquarters for .Boy Scout Uniforms and Supplies

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