The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 26, 1937 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 26, 1937
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MONDAY, APRIL 26, 1937 BiATrTEVIl-LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Little Miss Tell Local Sluclents Earn 43'/o Points to Paragould's 36 and Jonesboro's 35 [/•_> Blyllieville's Junior high school won first honors in the nnnual Northeast Arkansas district literary meet held here Friday and Saturday. More than 300 contestants from tlie nine largest junior high schools In District 4 of tlie A. A. A. participated in the con- ! tests. Blytheville amassed a total of 43 lv points fcr first honors. Paragould as second with 36, Jonesboro third with 35>,i, Harrisbm-B fourth with 18, Earle fifth with 14, Wilson sixth with four, and Marked Tree seventh with two points. The Iccnl school, in addition to winning second honors in the one-act play contctt held Friday, won firit in declamation i David Boone); first !n boys' chorus; first! in boy's voice (Herman Cross Pos- , ey); first in piano (June Workman); liifct in girl's voice (Betty Jean Hill; second in geography (Bill Morse); second in reading (Mildred Muir); second In algebra (lynetls Tucker): second in Latin (Juanitu Gschwend); third in American history (Marilyn Jack- ten): third in girls' chorus; third in oral composition (Sara 'Lou McCiitshen): fourth in spelling (Hunter Sims). Both the boys' nnd girls' choruses included about 15 students with Miss Mary Emma Hcod as director. Paragould won first in girl's j Bridge Queen's Debut Near Introducing little Miss Tell, otherwise Lucille West, 17 anil pretty, as you crin plainly see. She is the youngest member and captain of a girl archery team which is expected lo win national honors for San Diego, :.Cali(., Slate College. :nfe=?c3 Series of Felly! Burglaries in Business Section ' Police Chief Ed Rice announced this morning l l' at * 14-year-old j negro boy has admitted a. series , " : ttv twrqlurics of btore.s In the business section extending as far I 'or.: p k as November, 1935. t I." I: nt liberty under bond ' lymHns; his appearance before ' CLW.\;> Judpe B. I,. Gladish in j::vcnll;! court. 1 f We* .said Hie youth con- r? .art entering a number of '—("! nficr no Irate resident had. ft nnd the boy pulling up plants y t _ f In his garden. The boy was carry- If si iivj (i Wiuclicstcr sun and l)i.s '-* •; tsr tooii t!ic gun and marched hhi (o lh-> city hull, turniii!; him over to police. Chief Rtc!, chcckini! his rcc- crds. Identified the gim :is one '.tolen from the Byrum Implement, • Seed company Jn November, "'3i. Confronted witfi this accusation tho youth confessed and mimed a number of stores he had entered at various times. According to Chief Rice the boy admitted twice buTKlririziui; Byrum's store, A. W. Hayc.V store, takng several dollars; Wolf Arian's ;lure, $5; G. O. Hawks, cigarettes, canily, tobacco; Blytheville Bak- iiv company. $1.45; Lutes grocery, S2.75; O. H. drear, groceries, candy, toSacco and knives; Me Fall's grocery, 52.50. 1 V Son Gravely 111 \\MOSC Car Mil Cow Is Fined (or Reckless; Dnviiw Andrew \fi ivy. 17-year-old nc- I <jro youth, iva.s fine;t $'X> for reckless drlvlii" iu munii' court tills tnoMihr 3 '. Tlie ncfra was (he drh';r of an iititrinotllc that struck and scrl- Cll«'y llll V'"l » -'•>,.; -.'. !MA WU > cast o( llljihcvllb Saturday. Tha ccw Is own") b yw'r " '>'<• llcsmle Ethi'Wijc' was fined $100 on a I'lwi'ji' ol Jrlvlu-i wnii 1 . 1 ^ii rca'ding. first in spelling, ilrsl in algebra, first in tlon, second in Marci's L'mbau^h. jirincipal, Mrs. ,.. . i Nfarcus Limbauyh,' Mrs. Jack Rush- written compos;- \ - m , Mts E1)a Masl|t)i Miss Ellzq . oral composition., Mh u = nuer and Miss Hazel Mul- A mljlity queen almcsl ready for Its own coronation ceremony in May was the S31,(,Ol).OOQ Golden Gate bridge when tills aerla photo was juad,c aljcve the San Tranclsco end, looking toward Murin county. Towers and cables up, the roadway completed, little ;-c-, maincd to be done on the world's Imgi-st single suspension spun tint (o add refinements for the three-day fiesta heralding lls-olTicial debut. In foreground are offices for bridge authorities. in piano, third fourth In boy's In girls' chorus. in . , , i Ouy Azbill; Crockett, James Cas- boys' chorus, | Ei[i ,. Lak( , ^ un Mrs Tll ^ ml voice and fourth j T i !omason . No . 8 . Ralph Ennls an:l I Miss Rubye Darker. Jonesboro won first in Latin, i : first in oral composition, first in! _ n- ' history, first in girls' chonis, sec-i itet'e Woman DlCS ond in boys' cliorus, second in al-1 i ni j n • gebra, third in geography, third 1 Oi DIOOQ rOlSOnintJ In declamation, third in boy's' voice, fourth in reading, fourth' ETEELE. Mo.. Apr. 26..-- Mrs. in written composition, fourth in Jo.sea May Garvard, 33, wife of girl's voice and fourth in piano. I Mordle Garrard, died Saturday night of blood poisoning at the Blylheville liosptal. She had been seriously ill since Thursday. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at the Church of Christ here with. Elder T. C. WWtfield officiating. Interment ivas made at Mount Zlon cemetery. The German Undertaking company was in charge of; ( funeral arrangements. Mrs. Garrard Is survived by her husband, .three daughters, Maty Helen, Annie Maud and Frankie, and ^a 5J>n, Mordie. jr. Shipping of Pemiscot Radish Crop Underway CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo.—Shipment of the Pemiscot county radish crop, which began last week, will probably be concluded by the end of this week. The purchasing contractors, Linderman and Hammerl, vino have acted as contractors for crops of this kind around Manila, Ark,-for several years, are cieim- Iner icing and packing the radishes atrHayti, shipping them by truck to Manila, and there reshipping in refrigerator care to Chicago, their outlet point. Tills is the first year that Pemiscot County farmers have tHcd radishes, and due to an early, frcst, the crop has been reduced an estimated SO per cent. Farmeis receive 45 cents per bushel and with a half crop will average better than $15 per acre. LEPANTO, Ark—Fifty persoas were given work here last week in the harvesting of A. Steven's radish crop. This is the first commercial radish crop to be harvested in Lepanto. Six First Places For Cai'iilhcrsvillc In Music Coiiiesls Forni2r Osceolan Dies al St. Louis CARUTHERSV1LLE, Ma.—Ill the Southeast Missouri District High Echoo! Music M;sl, concliiiled Friday night, at Cape Girardeiii, Ca- luthersvilla music stiidenTs, under the direction of Miss Mor'Jorls Aslicraft, won six out of nine first places. Each of the winners will bs eligible for and will participate in the sla!^ meet at Columbia next week. Winners were; Bettic Huffman, violin, eleventh and twelfth grade clais; Virginia Nell LHzslfeluer, contralto; E;l, tenor; Doyne - M'ehie, baritone; mixed quartet, composed of Doyns Michie, Ed Gaiter. MHv LitzeltElner and Miss Grace Ridgley; and ))oys' glee club. Girls, glee club was second, anil Miss Annie Ijiiurie Tipton won third in soprano voice." Betty Sue Nethery. Hayti, was first in violin, ninth and tenth OSCEOLA, Ark. • Hale, accompanied Mrs. by P. . B. position as principal has been filled by C. J. Merryman, formerly of CaldOnla. Mo. Max McMnhon. formerly of Wardell, Is to be Instructor In tlie ht?h school and coach A chart'c cf c'iitlti!u:; 1 ibor a-jalnv Cherry II:uil5, a'j'^tl i)rai:-?r:y -r^n- vd on lin'hn of 111 state. ''aytmmrl Mo-|"v ..... " r"-'.— - b ' I in await prosecution In clrsuit "«rt on a charge of assault to rape. Hond \viis set at Sl.ui'J. Alton Wynit was fliK'.l $10 l"> "uhlic dri :iV;'nncss fin'l $fi for m:\- "Iclocs inl-'.'hl'.'f. Jnir»s ATIIIS wiis fined $10 fo- JlstmiiiiK; the IIMCC. Uill Uaus< was fl:!"d $10 for failure lo move :iflcr 10 davs notice but the line was suspended. Parnln; Acorin was lined ?10 foi tllEturbliig Ihu peace. Oilier casjs, in a Monday morn Ing .w.siou that Indicated a general i lilck-up in business, comparing with the week-i'nd dockets' of the fall moullis, Included: ll/ll noil,-. $10. ini^llc tl'iin'i'ii'- ticss; Harry Petty, bond rovfollfil on (hi:iikenness rhariie; Cnrlls Roberts, bond forfeited, dnmkcti- uess charge; J. \V. Plv.'nriii, public bond posted; Chnrlcv Webb, public drunkenness, bond FM SI . . James I*? 1 the .boys' basketball team. Miss Cooter Schools Will Retain Same Faculty COOTER. Mo.—For the first time in years Cooter Consolidated District No. 5 will make no changes in the faculty. Jack Wiinn, who has been superintendent for the past year, -was given a three-year contract. The faculty is as follows: Cootei high school, Jack Wimp, Carl Hughes, principal, Mrs. Jack Wimp Mrs. w. C. R«id, Mrs. Alma Copeland, James Wallace and Miss Bettie demons; Cooter grade school Cartwright, drove to Chester, 111.. itc-rday to attend the' funeral cf her niece, Mrs. Louis MorrLspn. who died at .her home In St, Louh Friday. Mrs. Morrison, who was reare'd in Oscecla, was before her marriage Miss Bennie Bacchus, a .liece of the late Mrs. N. G. Cartwright and Mrs. Hale, . Helen Cameron is to reUirn n.s cain- m?rcinl 'tcuclicr and coach of girl: basketball. Wins Two Golf Contest Prizes John F. Lenti won the blind icgie content and the prize for ov; score as well in Sunday's contests for Blytheville country club golfers, staged under the direction of Gene Dill, club pro. C. W. Afflick won the prize for high score. grade class, and Warden girls received a s=cand degree rating in i that even!. C. E, Miller Again Heads Stecle District Schools Steele Mo.—There are to be several changes in the facrlty of Steel; Consolidated District No. 8. At a recent meeting of tin 1 board oulv four teMhers were hired. C. E. Miller, who has b?en with the school for more than ten years, I will return as supaiintenclent. Mrs. | Miller, who has also b?en a ni?m- j bet- of the faculty for mo v <* t'*-- 1 I iL-h years, has resigned nnd her' Mrs. J. E. Noel Dies at Home of Daughter Mrs. J. E. Noel, who resided here until she moved to St. Louis a number of years ago, died this aioinlng at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. 8. McCall, 5507 Mnule Ave., St. Louis. She was active in affairs of the TEr^t Chrlslian church here and :iad continued her church activities fitter moving to that city. Funeral services will be held to- iiorrow in that city. forfeited; T. W. Nortlicutt. public (inu'bennefs, bond forfeited; J. I 1 . Coats, docketed on drunkenness charge; John Tolnnd, fined .$10 for mi^lc drunkenness; J. T. 'Volant!, fined S10. public drunkenness; Jas. Wllllford, petit larceny, dismissed snn of J..M. Buclmiiau. Cicorge Buchanan, fined $10, public drunkenness, suspended. Bucli- anati. u transient, is not to be confused with George G. Uiicliiuuui, Under the caic> uf Lord Dawsoli of I'enn. Hie Duke of Connaught (above) was reported lo bo gravely ill nt his residence in Home-mouth. Kngiarul. The Duke is the lost surviving son of Queen Victoria and is Hie great-uncle o£ King George VI, Dell Baby Dies Jhnmlc Allen Mooney, five- months-old sun of Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Mooney. died HI 1:30 o'clocl. Sunday morning lit the- family houn near Hell. Funeral services vvcrs held sun day ufternooii at threa o'clock am interment was nmdc ut Mound ceii\slery. Tiie Cobh I 1 un Home was in charge of fmiorn With 28.000 students, New Yo! University has the second larges nrollment In the United States. Insen by Secretary Wal- laco for Place on Arkansas AAA Committee R. C. Branch. Pecan Point, has- been named a member of the 1937 state agricultural conservation, committee by Secretary of Agriculture Henry A. Wallace, !t-\vn', announced Saturday by C. C. linndall, assistant extension dh?e- lof, University of Arkansas College "f Agriculture. Mr. Branch':, appointment . has been confirmed" by Cully A, Cobb, Hjulliorir region" dliector of the Agriculture' Adjust-, , mi'nt A(lniluL';trnlion. Other inember.s of tho state, ommittcs are; Harold A. Youni Korth Littlo Hock, chairman; R. Short, Wheatley; Hampton lluskey, llempsteail county, ahrt,.., <lt Phillips, Bcnton county. Mr. IhT.nch, who manages a • ,4CO-nci'e farm at Pecan Point, as been a lesldcnt of MissKilpiit jiinty for 11 yi^ars, moving here mm Tenne:^ec. He has served a'i halnnan of the South Mississippi county committLH! tinder both /the ., luction control nud agrlcul- nral conservation programs . ot; he AAA since 19!1'J and is prcsl- knt of the South Mississippi • County Farm Bureau. The court at ' Hlglmm I'crrers, Mci'lliamjlonshire, ITUBlanrl,' has; tot. IViid a ear;s of dninkenuess for 10 years. • • Canadian salmon finds n market In more than four score countries in all quarters of tils globe. Read Courier News Wiuit Ada • The Morning After-Taking Garters Litfle Liver Pills Wrecker, Service Best Prices ' Call 1000 Storage of all laomt lent (o tingle; $-500 or Ten, double Some*, located cen1«r tfownto (htolic, iliopplng, builneit Gas, Gas /Iff theTSme 9 €3s*' Eat OF Sleep "The gas on my stomach was so bad I could not eat or sleep. Even my heart seemed to hurt, A friend suggested Adlerika. The first dose I took brought me relief. Now I cat as I v/ish, sleep fine and never felt better." •—Mrs. Jas. Filler. Adlerika acts on BOTH upper and lower bowels while ordinary laxatives act en the lower bowel only. Adlcrika piVEs your system a thorough cleansing. bringing out old, poisonous matter that you would not believe was in your system and that has been causing gas pains, sour stomach, nervousness and h , , headaches for months. .Or. H. L, Sho»b r A'** In addition 1C intetHnoJ (te Yotk, ming, n ac. Give your bowels a REAU cfeansino with Adlerifca and see how good you fed. Just one spoonful relieve* CAS and constipation, Kirby Bros. Drug Co. Robinson Drug Cp. GASOLINE MULT) MOTOR N<a2€L$ fOR MOME5 WTTHOUT • In clioosing a Maying, you follow the judgment and experience of the greatest number of washer buyers. There is extra satis^ction 5n the Maytag one-piece, cast-aluminum tub, Gynra- tor wasriing action, sediment trap, Holler Wntcr Remover, and a score of other a.lvantJgca developed* by Maytag. 1c U easy to own the world's f.ncst washer, 'ho ifn ;Yf» Mayi fycncr. // satfj tirnt, t:c nd mcney. E. B. GEE SALES CO., INC. Phone 67 . Main and Fifth RAY ELUNVVOOD, sen- sat track star of the University of Chicago, clipped.3 sccondoffthc world's indoor sli record in his first college mecr. HE DUPLICATED tlie feat 20 minutes bter as anchor man on tlie relay team. Hay's start enables him to jump into the lend lit the crack of die t*im. JUST IMAGINE breaking tlic worltl's record the same tnkcs s[3inin:i' tinil endurance of high orJcr. IN THE FIRST FEW STRIDES, Ray unleashes almost explosive power. And keeps driving! "Pleascadd me lo ihe athletes who get a Miff with a Came!" — Ray Ellinwoou SURVEYOR William Barrett (/f//) speaking: "When I begin (o feel belov/ par, it's me far a Camel and tlint invigorating 'lift' in energy. Being a Came smoker, 1 don't know what jangled nerves mean." ucsdays— pmE.D.S.T,),7:50[>mCS.T., 6:30 pm M. S.T., 5:50 pni P. S.T. ovcc \VABC-CHS, ICf lOOtlCCOS —Camels nrc made from finer, MORE EXPENSIVE .TOBACCOS—Turkish and Domestic — than any other popular brand FLYING is tlie favorite sport of Mrs. John \V. Rockefeller, Jr. (right), prominentmNev/ York society. And Camel is her favorite cig.ircite, "When I setray feet on firm groum), I jiuokc a Camel," she says. "It's worulcr- ful when you're tired to get a 'lift' with 3 Came!."

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