The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 21, 1937 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 21, 1937
Page 3
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.WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1937 BLYTEEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Cash Awards Await Local Residents Who Improve Their Yards Plans announced today for n cily wide yard Improvement contest, I sponsored by the newly organized | T • Garden clul), show tliat all yards JUIHUI of Blytiieville may be entered. Several classifications Irave been es- ttiUlshed to that persons having small sums of money to spend on their yards may have an equal opportunity wltli those having: moi'2 money will: which to improve their yards. There Is one contest for yards Tow landscaped with ^foundation plant's, border plr.ii/liigs, intsresl plants ond planted lawns. v/Uh u prize of $15 for first honors and n second prize of $7.50. In a second contest, lor honvss not Included in Die contest, there will be two divisions. .The first of these will be for a lawn showing the most improvement, with the word "lawn" covering all area except service area. There U a prize of $10 for first award and a second prize of $5. In the second division o( this contest for yards not already extensively Improved, a prize of, $10 will 02 given for the most attractive yard as a whole, with $5 far the second prize. The third contest will be for the most attractive bed of (lowering plants in the city, with a bird bath as the first prize and a bird house, a replica of the winner's osvn house if desired, the second prize. Paul Craig is chairman of the contest and will be glad to explain the rules to any one. A coupon, found, elsewhere In the Courier News, is to IK used for filing the entries. This should ue mailed or brought to the Courier N2ws office at once. This contest, .winch is to stimulate the beautification of the inili- 1 want Nnme Add res Gard( to cnlei MI Conlest Entry Bl or Hniitf lo the Conriur Ni llio CimU'ii Clul) Contest. unit !\VS PAGE THREE High Will Open Here Friday Afternoon The northeast ArKnns'is jitnio: 1 lii;<li school literary meul, to IK nelcl lure F.iday and Saturday, will! ae-jh, Friday afiunvxm, when iher; ' will l>5 one-iict play contests at ihe city auditorium. These will be continued Friday night. Other events will be h;l(l throughout the •Say Saturday, at. the senior liifh school, with no r.eslian Saturday night: Schools at Marked Tree, Jiarrls- bnr* and para^oukl will compete in the Prklay afternoon co:itcsl, beginning at 2 o'clock. iil;thev\Pe, Joncsboro and 'Wilson will prcsinl their, plays Friday iiiylit, bc^ijin at 7:30. The Saturday literary events will begin at 10 o'clock with contests in geography, spelling, nbr-l American history, Latin, written imposition, declamation and read- in; scheduled for the morning. In the afternoon, beginning at 1:30. there will be contests In girls* thorns, boys' chorus, girls' voice, violin, oral composition and piano. In preliminaiies held yesterday, Bill Morse won in the geography contest. Maxine Reid was second, Vera Elisabeth Goodrich and Marilynn Jackson lle;l in the hlslorj contest and Will be given anothci CF* before Saturday. Ten of the largest schools in northeast Arkansas will participate in (he two :!ny mjel. Still Coughing? vidual yards in Blj'lheville, gives the person of little means an equal opportunity, members of the committee said. The most attractive bed of flowering plants, for example, may be of the most common flower. The mast expensive planting will not necessarily win the prize. There will be many factors considered by the out-of-town judges, who will bs fully competent. Members of the committee, besides tile chairman, are Harry W. Haincs. Loy Welch. Mrs. J. A. Leech and Mrs. B.. A. Lynch. A bark that makes tlie rafters ring, and brings an echo from Hie goblets on the shelf? The family arc weary of yo^r sound effects.^too, after three lonfi weeks! It's plainly time lo see your doctor. Persistent coughs may bo n first sign of tuberculosis. UNCOVER TUBERCULOSIS DY MODERN METHODS 4^ let the Joclv (re your guide ^p lite but Mayor Williams' said lie didn't seo nny way to keep from Issuing permits. "If you'll work with IK. we'll work with you," Muyor Wil'lnnis warned be'r vavden propilflor.s. Amoivj spectators nt the se.sslon •••ns Charles Corey, one of the Rnllrrad street beer ininlrn pit)- 'ill:tors \vlio beamed broadly when the ordinance wris noised. CH:nrd said he'd like to raise the- permit lee If possible but City Attorney Hoy Nelson told 'he eound! he wns of the opln- tiif city could only set the r.ermll fee nt a eerlatii per cent of the state license and believed '.lie fee, $15 a year, lo be as high is allowed. Dies in Texas MANILA. Ark.—The body of Mrs. Vnnllno Jones of Texas, formerly of Manila, was brought here to the 'inne of her father, Mr. Tatiiin. MIT. J'nes had lived here most •>f her life but for .some months *iiid been In a sanllorhmi In Texas. She Is survived by her husband and one child, her fnlher,, three sisters nnd six brothers. Funeral services \vere conducted ut the North Sa'A'ba cemetery near lily- theville. Methodists Will Honor Missionary Pioneers Friday Plims huvo b^en completed for the "Hl'ihopi 1 cn:s:ule" bani[iiet to glvi-ti In the social rixim of the l''li'.st Mathuillst church )M:lny nl^ht at Ihe same lime members cf all Southern MflhoLllst churches nro liavhij similar gatherings. Urges Cooperation With School Census Takers In a talk before Ihe nsssmljly al the HiirrLson Negro school Tuesday morning, Miss Winnie V. Turner, sup;rvl«or of city elementary schools, urgi'd cnuiK-nitlon \vllh enumeralois In titkhij the scluiul census. Miss Turner also presented Ihe Otce club wliii a^jio gift from the The alfulr, which Is to Iwxln nt I PEG and Hotel Nob>"ln apprecla- o'cloek, will be ii."Dnl<ih liuat," tlon of the njiiiravnncc of the, club tnkliiK it dLsh. lit l b;ni(|Uets. Kirshner Child Bitten Expect 150 to Attend Osceola Civic Banquet Ruptutid "Appendix..v :• = Fatal "to Toll Hatchei Robbie Kirshner, small son of Mr. aiH Mvs. R. F. Kirshner, is re- covcritig from injuries receive* when l:e was bitten about tlie face by a dog. He was bitten just Mow one eys and several stitches were required lo close the wounds. The atlack occurred near the Rustic Inn on Ark — Rescrvalions Division street. The dog, owned by approximately 150; Cn '" e - v wslie - hns bse » " lncccl «"guests of Ihe O.s- I d;r observation, the MANILA, Ark—Funeral services were conducted Tuesday afternoDn for Toll Hatcher, 47. well known farmer. He died Monday morning of an infection caused by n ruptured appendix. He is survived by his widow and six children, one son, Sun Hatcher of Manila, and five daughters, Mrs. Lorene Bartholomew of Blytheville. Mrs. Rachel Woods of Rivervale, Mrs. Ruby Rice, Ruth Hatcher and Mrs. Dorothy uon- ner of Manila. He also leaves his mother, Mrs. Bell Hatcher of Manila, t«-o sister, Mrs. Myrtle Hatley and Mrs. L/eda Pierce, both of Marmaduke, four brothers. Earnest • Hatcher of Cardwell. Mo., Ross Hatcher of Marked Tree, Esco Hat- cher.of Manila and Perry Hatcher, wliosc address is unknown. The Rev. p. M. Oathwright ami the Rev. Mr. Horn conducted the services. Interment was at tli~ Manila cemetery. OSCEOLA, : ndic!ite that nembers and :eola Civic club will allcnd banquel lo be held Thursday night it tlie Community clubhouse. Charles Sullcngcr will be loast- niiisler and among the guests will be W. II. McWherter, president of the Memphis Lions eliil> and superintendent of the Memphis street railway, Henry Slavic!:, .qiaiiager : of Radio Station WMC, ind Bill Field ing, WMC's production managei'."""''' ^-'/-. vV Seventy-eight Civic club members have made reservations foi* tlie banquet, it was announced to- iay by Joe Rhodes, secretary of 'the club, and out of town guests ;/[]! number CO or more, including leading citizens of communities throughout tlie southern part of ae county. Will Appeal Fine L. P. Holt was fined $10 In municipal court this morning on •,-.„.> -r ruling drunkenness. Ha gave notice of appeal. Mis. M.'c. ],' W. ISlli Si., Is llr KlU'h. Atk, >al,l: "Scuilf )<M* •d^i) 1 licx'niuc i,i 1 l.yr.l »nt lli:.l 1 [tall) (ill I uiuM mil f» .ill mt imiimvmif ami l!.<" I :i^lilc aV-iln" 'llu'y I nil klliir. (I .\ (US. 'iiu'ie dinner m^tjiigs are for : u Iwo-fohl purpose-to pay '"""le, UfnUAUif; All MFNT<J to the li«v. chnrlcs. Taylor and Dm i II U HI Jill O HlLlTlLIl Id lU'v. lieu Jenkins, who 80 y.'urs ajo :al!od to china as the first foreign' niSEloiinrles of the Soiitliern M?lh- : odlst church, and lo begin Ihe crtt'- triitlnii uf the Math niinlvcriary of O')lin Weslcv's conversion. Al tf.i 1 u lime there will be :i colhc- li«m in an elfort, for Hie entir? clmrch to pay un indobledne.s.'i of $305,001). Money wljl be Jonnlcd by the lofal members In sevent! ivays. There Is no iv.lmls.slon lo the banqtiel b'.il "tickets" ars beliij rid at $| cneli to those w'.io do not plan to ntteiid 1 . That nljlit a ool- l':ct!on will Ix.' taken and on nexl Sinulny another app'.'nl will' be made, one tunn luis nlreudy pur- ehuseil $20 worth of tickets n.s his tlcnatioii. This is In clinrgc of R. P. I'addlson, who Is olTei'ln^ a pri p « aincug a group of girls who arc in charge cf tl-ese llckets. Mrs. iiarry W Hainci is clmlr- nnin of arraii'ieinents for the program. A fealure will bu a broadens! by Bishop Paul Kern of Mashville, which will be heard over WMC, beginning nt 8:30 o'clock. Wins Divorce Mrs. Maudle Mulonc has bien granted n decree of divorce from Clyde Malonc on the ground of Indignities. Her attorney Is ^lar- ciisc MeuJows ,i)f Lsnchvlllc. ' Rudy Vallce Draws Fine For Hitting Camera Man 11OSTON, A|H'. 21 (UPJ — A municipal court Judge today convicted Rudy Vnllee, radio crooner,' and his publicity agent, Jiarry~ Paul, of assault en a newspaper' photographer. Drs. Wert & Wert OPTOMETRISTS Oer Joe Isaacs' BWre -WK MAKE 'EM 8BK" Phone MO H SB • • Tlie following Benllsls' olflcfs will be closed each Thursday afternoon: I3r. Fred Child, Dr. 'it. A. Taylor. Dr. W. P. Brewer, I3r. U 11, Moore "IIKUN'A'I" KNl'I'TINCI 1 •VABN.'i I-'KKR INSTRUCTIONS New .sprint; iu«l summer yuuis Ulcst Styles Classes, I'ilciay, 2:30 P. M, v 'it.s. U'>:I,IK nooi'i'.i! IKW Chlckusawba ' i'liimc Tip: HAKNA FUNERAL HOME A beautiful and sympnlhrlli Ki'rvlco at moderate cost. Ambulance Service The Saveon Gasoline Company Tank Car Station at Holland, Mo, announces A iinlicy of only one grade of highest quality petrol- direct fron; refinery (n you. Higli Tost No-Nux (iiisuliiie 100% vaiiln I'lirc I'l'nnsjl Motor ()1| |n aU'il Onus ; 20c Giillon Tfiv Paid Qunrl Tax I'aid •;• in N. 1st rhonc (is Kvc'i-y jfjillnii sold \vilh a Money-Uiick Guarantee of Satisfaction.' ' One Higli Quality - - One Low Price 100% Tariff in Rase Motov-Oil Healed Cans 15cQt.Taxl>aia'\ biliousness, sour stomacti, bilious indigestion, flatulence and headache, due to constipation. 7.0c and 2Sc at dealer* CHEVROLET TRUCK breaks all known econoniLj and dependabilitLj records ' Fleeman Gin Company Increases Capital Stock LITTLE ROCK.—The Fleeman Gin company of Manila filed In the secretary of state's office yesterday an amendment to its articles of incorporation increasing its capital stock from $15,000 to $25,000. The additional shares of slock are to be of par value $100 each. H. M. Pleeman is president of the company and Ollie E. Fleeman is secretary. '.-..ANDTHENEW PHILCO SPREAD-BAND DIAL ACTUALLY NAMES AND LOCATES THEM IN COLOR!" Band Will Practice Efforts are being made to organize a Blytheville band with the primary object to lake part in the Memphis colton Carnival next month. . : .'• Powlcr Lcndennle and Olllc Poster ore sponsoring the movement and have made plans for, the. first, practice, to be- held Friday 'after- neon, 3':30 •Vclock.. al,''the".high school building. LISTEN! WE'RE FORCED TO MOVE! SEE PAGE 5 THURSDAY OTHER BIG HEW FEATURES. TOO •Inclined Sounding Board! •Shadow Tuning! •Glowing Beam Tuning Range Indicator! •Four-Point Tone Control! , •Concert Grand Speaker! PHILCO 650X'- *5o/rf only iftlb Pbileo Higb-Effiriency Aerial to intuit sit*ttit jcrtixn rtitprhtr. BIG TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE EASIEST TERMS See and Hear the Amazing New 1937 PHILCO FOREIGN TUNING SYSTEM If you're "from Missouri" . . . here's your big opportunity. We'll demonstrate a ncv/^1937 Philco in your own home—FREE! Sec and hear the Philco Poreign Tniiing System . . . that works with the Philco High- Efficiency Aerial to bring you twice as many foreign stations! Tune foreign stations by name with the Philco Spread-Band Dial! Compare the new 1937 Philco with your present radio—discover what you're missing! Call, \vrite or phone. HUBBARD FURNITURE CO. Hlythcville, Ark. Through blazing heat...through blasting cold... high mountains ... across level plains . . . this Chevrolet half-ton truck rolled up amazing new records 10.244 MILES with 1000-pound load Study this unequaled record —then buy CHEVROLET TRUCKS TOTAL COST OF CAS TOTAL-COST OF REPAIR PARTS location of Tut 'Sound Ihl Notion ^^liiim '—D«troll to DttroTt Dhlanc. Troy.l.d ...... 10,244.B Mil.. Oaio^ino Uiad 493.B Gallons Oil ^Comumt'd ....*'« ,-.' •. -.7.5 Quar1« Wal.t lii.d '. 1 Quart Oaiollrtt Coil $101.00 Goiolin. Mll«o s . . . . 20.74 Mil.i pit Gallon Avirog* Sp«id 31.18 Midi p«r Hour Running TTma .... 32ft Hovri, 31 MFnutu Coil pi r V.htcli Mil $.0091 Aviroao Oil Mllicg. . , 1,345.9 Mill! pir Ql. y Iht A. A. A. 1 h*it rtcorttt Kov« htm Conlttt Board at btlng officially correct. C*TWraJ Hct^t fjuK Here, in these amazing facts and figures, is definite proof that Chevrolet trucks are the best trucks for you! . .. See your nearest Chevrolet dealer toiiay, and buy Cbevrolet trucks for hiorc rjoiter per gallon, lower cost per load—{or maximum dependability and maximum all-round economy. CHEVROLET MOTOR DIVISION ' Central H»l«rj Sahl Corporation DETROIT, t flan — mvntTJf pojnmnti u tuit your pun «. POWER perqallon /CHEVROLET;/ LOWER COST per load TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. Blutheville, A rk.

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