The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 27, 1932 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 27, 1932
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B'EDNESIUY. APRIL 27, 1932 -ornmunity Is Making Bid for National Recognition This Week. WILSON. Ark., May 27,—Better ocr,^ demo:!<tnHlon projects open ) the-public here yesterday at- •flctcd moie Ihan 250 visitors from 11 parts of Mjt'si.'sipul comity, who eglstcred fii'i.1 nl the community ousc where a in:m attractive dh- lay of antlfittti an:t moit'rn uandi- raft v. p as on -?>:ri,.jll!ui. The exhibit ini'',i;dod imrir.ito H-dlc-jxiiiil tapestries ami woven ieces made by Mrs. Lc-e Wilson, an xlilbit of hooked rugs, woodcraft iade by John Merrill, basketry de- gned by .women of the club, and s which are heirlooms in fam- _^ of the members of the Wilson ^-operative club, which is spon- Wlng observance of the better onies movement, here. Girl Scouts Are (Juiih-s ' A corps of girl scouts directed visors from the. community house on 1C tour of other projects which in- luded outdoor living rooms at the lomes of Meidames Roy Wilson. .1 1. Crain, W. M. 'wallaee, A. J. Jole, Caswell Brand/on, K. P. Cul- om. Clay Hudson," D. N. Morris, R. Sullivan and Eva Kerlin;' egetabtc ga'rdens at the homes of fesdames Walton Wilson. V. G. lann, J. R. Gideon. J. A. Merrill, t. L. Roach. T. J. Gray and Gus r; a correctly furnished boy's oom at the home of Mrs. J. H. 3ratn, a girl's room at the horns f Mrs. Jerome, both arranged by tuo>nls of the high school home Cflnomics class, an outdoor kitch- •n, where boy scouts prepare out- oor meals, at the home ot Mis. H. M. Wallace, a model doll's house •elonginj to little Miss Eula Davis ;u)lom at the home of her par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Cullom, ind model kitchens at (he homes )f Mrs. W. M. Wallace. Mrs. Jo- cm? and Mrs. McKemle. The chiel point of interest on the our was tlie demonstration home, eeently remodeled and correctly urnished by ihe ciub, where guests tore received by Mrs. Roy Wilson Mrs. J. A. Merrill. Favors con- ly of small packages of rooted Mrmoor River privet plants were iven visitors to the demonstration lome. In National Contest The Wilson community, which 11 mering national.competition this ear in the better homes contest or community honors, began observance of national ijeller homes *'e*t Sunday, wlren sermons were ^readied on the spiritual influence f the home, and each day this •k will include some form of b?t- er homes observance. On Monday afternoon the sub- ect was the theme of missionary wcietles. which met in joint session t the home of Mrs. H. R. SuHi- an. Today has been set apart oartic- larly for Wilson residents to visit he projects, all of which will be pen again today and on each day hroughout the week. On Thursday afternoon the Junor Cooperative club is enlertainlno it Ihe Community l-.ouse. when winners of other junior clubs will X"' their suesls and when Miss Bessie Murphy of Memphis will be the !Uesl speaker, on the program, dis- sussing the part of junior girls in lornc betterment movement.. Tlie week's program will' citlmi- iatc Saturday nipht. when there »'lll be a cliiid lirnifh program and Way Day S?le jir,\wnied at tiii- :0miuunily |il:ij-K:-inin:l on Hisrlmay il. Mrs. J. H. Crain of the Wilson Cooperative club is Belter Homes ihairman and is directing aclivi- les ol the week. .' Mnsitifl litock Prices N:O.SI\G STOCKS A. T. & T 101 .1-8 Anaconda Copper 51-4 Auburn 30 1-8 Caterpillar Tractor .... c 3-s Chrysler 9 7.3 Cities Service 41-8 Ccca Cola 99 Continental Baking 31-2 General Electric 15 1-4 General Molors 11 1-3 Mfddlen'cst Utilities Montgomery Ward New York Central .. Packard ............ Radio Corp ........ Simmons Herts ____ Siand.ird of N. j 3-8 8 20 2 3-4 4 7-S 23 1-2 . ....... Texas Corp ........... 110. S. Steel ..... ........ 20 3-1 NEW ORLEANS. April 27. -Cotton closed steady. Open High Low 5»5 G04 505 GH 024 GH 636 648 G36 6651 GC3 651 664 Gf,4 664 680 605 680 (UPi School Winners Will Play For Music Program O i Winners of recent school con- i tests will fr-iuini- the i-ummimily i imi.'U-al proKnuu ui Die c-lty .will- | iirhrni Thui-Mluy civnln;i, li oVluck. as the Hi-si event in cvlcbuilion ol the National Music Week May 1 to May U. The program. «hie)i is live, is as Jnlluws: IVnchuuatiuii, Majxr Nt-ill ItccO; .SOUR "Arm-rlca". Ini Ijy •I. H. llayncs; songs ••Lullaby" tjy .Brahms and "Dance U-av»s" by Wilson, junior hljli school glth' ' ij;ce club with M.S. i.\3sA Stick-i mon diieclor and Miss Alice Mar- I shall as pianist; Minuet. Mtulha Ann Lynch. Heuy [-re .McOulch- i-n, Ji-.isalyn Ifh.Miejer and Louise Li'gy-f: selections "in old .Mad- iM" t>v Ti'oiojie ,-ind "Tiii" Green CJa:h«ir;il" by Halm, Page McCall. Virginia Tuinpkiii.s and O;!ms Diacl:en; piano .solr> "Second Ma/.- urka" by Gutlilartl. 1'uity Shane; selection "li»\s and Girls of Cal- iioiniu" by Asclit-r. Iti-pU'ce 01- cluslra of junior liijli Kcho'jl nllli Kvereit MC-DOMCH ' as director; community siiisin^ "Medley of Ole Mi-loJlM" Jeii Ijy T. H. Ilaynes; piai:o .solo "Concert F.lmle" by McDowell, Miss Virginia Toiii|jkJns: voice selcctio.i "Sf-xtetle from Lucia" Mrs. 1'aul L. Tipton. Mrs. Fiiisscll Parr. C. G. Redman. Rost Slcvon;, Iios:c-oe Mu.-ris and T. H. Hayiics; "Russhin Polk Dance". Betty Lee McCulchtn. llhcma Har- BeU. Ruth Dillahiuity, Mollie Jean Dillahiiniy, Doriiinf Coulter, Jane Bmnscn. Mildred Htilibard. Louise icssctt snd Martha Ann Lynch; strjng trio "Uy the Waters of JLYTHEVIU.E. (ARK.) COURIKR NKWR GIRL SCOUT BETTY—Better Homes Week—By PAKE THREE Monifort Amory Jlinuetonka". Mrs. Riisscll Farr, F.Mi-rett McDowell and Roscoe Morris; voice s-Mo-j "Eiiriny" by \Vocd- man. Mrs. Paul L. Tipton accompanied by Miss Margaret Mcrritl; song "The Calling Sea" chorus of 10 students of the 7th and 8th giaaes; 50111; "Slar Spangled Banner" led by T. H. Hayncs. July Oct. Dec. Jan. Mar. Close 60S G24 647 C63 Glib S84I) Clyde Robinson Directed by Court to Keep Divorce Agreement. Clyde liobinson, former circuit clerk, was ordered lo pay S315 of $815 past, tine to his former wife, Mrs. Mary Phillips Robinson, un- ccr terms.of.a divorce settlement, within thirty'days by Chancellor J. M.'iFuUell-at a hearing yesterday afternoon. Under terms 01" a settlement agreed upon a; the time Mrs. Rob- in5on secured an uncontented decree last fall Robinson was lo pay Jiis former wife 550 p;r month and in addition WOO in January 1S32 nnj SMfl more in January 1933. Robinson failed to make the monthly payments anil the lump payment due the first month of ihis year, it was reveaici. Robinson testified in 211 effort to show that he had not received sulficbnt income to carry out liis agreed payments. Counsel for Sirs. Robinson introduced evidence purporting to show income that Robinson had derived from various .sourc?s. Under terms of the chancellor's decision Robinson must carry out the order of the court to pay S315 triUiin thirty days or will be subject to imprisonment for contempt of court. C. M. Bnci appeared as counsel for Mr. Robinson at the lie,uin» while Ban-am and Holland rerire- 'micrt Mrs. Robinson. Rural Letter Carriers Will M2et_at Lake City Rural letter carriers of the. Firs! Arkansas congressional district which includes Mississippi county' will hold their annual business mcetiiii; and c:eelion of offi.-tr.s at Lake City. Saturday night. April District olliceis will be chosen and delegates will be named t., the stale convention at Eureka : i;rings August 1 nnd the national convention at Baltimore. Md Argust 23 to 2C. Price J. Pollu.x of Lake City, vice-president of the slate organization, is the present first, (iiMrict president. L. K. Schwamb of Piiragould is secretary- treasurer. An interesting p:n; has lam planned for the Lake City m.'-t. ii:s. It will include ;x number t'-f features of special interest lo the v.-ives of letter carriers, ail of v.'liom are imitcd, tr, altend. 45 Million Fags llmls Olrl grout Ilille "Ilrtltr Hi.iiKs Week hiiiis.v< ami iitni|i mirll , -. of u-lhlly. IWItj ami Mm, arc nn llu- Juli curly Hi lii-lri fiv up Ilic- inn, ln m .|, f ( i r i|,,. luiii'lidm and rivvjjllon l!ic- Iruop !>, to ulvi!. 'Jlie >l»)-nr ami hl< wife, win) are Ilie. ll in i.nlio, find ,.,,.r>ililiij; ..Itliii,^ ;u,| Ik-llj, ns |iii>.-lillnu II.IM.-S K ,, lla.V \f ifulllf 10 )H1 » Mil b In rtudiiiuss. Sl Slll'sfi ll SlHllll-s<l. cvi'l-j Ililiiy PIPER LOSS II COMIN'fi: Farm nnan Ihe farmer in iirrvcntiiit from goijif itill |r>iip r . CJU1NCY. Simpson, en . Spots closed at CI4. up 5. New Ortfonx Cotton NEW YORK, April 27. Cotton closed steady. Open High Lon... 5% OW 595 ... OH 625 613 ... 637 649 637 ... 651 C63 651 ... 662 667 662 closed at 6J5. up 10 May •)uly Oct. tUP)— Close 607 624 647 663 Cornier News Want Arts LONDON. iDP) — British smok- crs consume 45.838.582 cijaretles I eneh year accoiding to the- 5 Board _of Trade jounial. This Is equivalent to 119.528.3M iwunrts of tobacco. Assuming that half of the Hrltish population ol 4<.MO,000 are cijarelte smokers each Inrtividiial EHIOACS 2.100 cltes yeaily. The journal also revealed thai from 192-.^ to 1930. pipe smoking decreased by nearly 20 per cent, while cignrette smokinp increased by over SO .per cent and clgsr smoking dcnc.iscd by 25 per cent. Premier's l),iu«hlfr Knils LONDON'. iUP) _ Miss Ishb.M MncDonald. daiiglUer of Premier J. namsey MacDonald. finds work In idle moments by knitting, sh? revculed at a iner-llng. recently. 'Continued from .Page One) national sales agencies for yroups of co-operative associations dealing in specific commodities. Thore best Iciioivn are the Farmers' National Grain Coriraration and the Amcii- can Couoii Co-Operative As?o?h- tion. Through control exercised along with the granting of loans, the to- operatives have come to be regarded as Farm Board subsidiaries. Although the stabilisation corirara- tions represented purely a Farm Board venture, Ui?y were placed In charge of 111? two co-operatives. E. p. Creekmore, vies president and general manager of the A. C, C. A., receives 575.MO.ODO a year. I He ivill also receive plenty of attention from tlie Investigating scn- jators. He admitted, when examined by the agri- . [culture committee: I'ast . November, that the aver- jage cotton fmm- er's income was [about S3iW.a year. 1 C r e e k m o r c ! was formerly .1 ; E. K. Creekmort cctlon merchant . S75.0CI) a year a ' Fo|lt Smith, i Ark. His associ-1 ates say he used to make as much as 575,000 a year in the cnttcn business. Faun Board members h^v: insKted tliat the .salary was nol ex- crbitant because it was essential lo obtain• the services of a master hand for such a vitallv important pDslllcn. Tile cotton co-oj>erauvc'.i p.ivroll runs aboat SI.000.000 a year. 11. G. Saflord, vice president nnd salrs manager, makes 535.000 a year. George S. Miinor. general manager of tlie e.-.iici co-operative receives $50.000 a year. He used to be associated with a milling company in Alton. III. The grain corporation has 941 employes. Vice. Pre.«ifleiK and General Manager .1 KC BAKING POWDEft j M. Chilton gels $32.500 a year and ' j Treasurer W. I. Beam $30,000. j "With a business of that inagnl- | ludo :i salary of that kind Is not , out of line wilh industrial opera; Uons." says Chun-man Jamos CV i Stone of the Farm Hoard u-Jlli rcf- • t-rcnce to Milnor. . One criticism of (he Farm Board I is basi'd on Ihe fact that under : [Chairman Alrxnndpr Legge it first lOlfcreiJ the uinnasersliip of tin- iro- ] operative nnd the Grain Stablll?a- lioji Corpoiatioii to James If. .\tur- iay. president of the Chicago Board ! of Trade. i i and nsk ills rclensi-. The i which iwiie.tratcd their fucc- courl United I'rc.'-s has been Informed by high iiulhwllle.s ihu ik'iiajt- inenl of Jusilvp fonU'inpliites 'no .. siirli sic'lloii. ' c , No cll'mt lu cbtaln a jiardoii for! 1 ' „ Cii|K)nc lins Ixen made, but .should I hospital here es. and cye.s. K. n. Palmi'r, Kiinsus I City, owner nt die- niilrnals. nho! Civil War Vet 1)r>d CLEAUFIELL). Pa. (UP) Tho Governnicni Will Not Pcr-!»oov tnit Gangster to Lindbergh Search. It be made II uiidoubledly would fall upon dcul cars. I'icsldeiit ITT Is s.ilct to be thoroughly Veleiliiiirliius tolled millls. j private in Company C, 52ncl tours | ment, Pcnnsylvnnla Infantry. I ; ;!!> sympathy with the plan of the J"i» | department of justice (o keep Cnji- Church Orgaimt :one in (nil ,' B . j WASHINGTON. April 27 .(UP) - .p..-. .--; ' Tll c Bovcinmont has no liilrntlnn , U P* «hat_ frinuls of Ihe \ of letting Al f;a|xine out of Jail i say it has ilouc for i to join the search for the kidnap- i Mass. (UP) »-holc;,uler. who prices led son of Col. and A. Lindbergh. There are (wo ivn Harold j caponc could he rcle •!by act. of-die ciilcm an I it rorky Resented Familiarity court, nd- d the other , Colo. tUPI—"Chief" Sistered H?I«laii shepherd dox, years, has seen ihrce-yolk eg.;s nmi even four-yolk c;;gs. but r.ot until [lion by the recently did he ever soc a yolklcss ! the attorney ?"" '"" " rel {' from "" »l«™"on for removal nf porciuiltK; quills. Both canines selected "I'orky la Oniinajy pi-ocenure to oblairi nc-j. vc "' tll( ' lr l>xccs -' ! energy ii])on - '- •• 'Porky hud other ideas. When die animals advanced, they were halted by a fiuAndc of [|iillls jresenlativi; to court would be Jor geneinl or his rep- iipncar before the Dies at Console IllNKLliY. EIIK-, (UP) - Miss I Mniin Sarah Coinlcy collapsed nnd died at the oritnn In the inrlsh church, here, diiriiv: n chlldrcn'.s Hundreds of children were In the coniireamlon when the organ censed uluyinij. They nnlshed iBlnij the hymn, nnd were then asked quietly to leave (he church, ami did so unaware of ivtml ha'i 'f T>i<m-MATt)MtUNnr • -tonight. Yourellmlniitlr. o. jam will l» funclionirij prop. fly by tniirninf tnj yilurfon- will .ndwilhl bowel I Read Courier N'cws Want Ads G etting down to brass tacks... if you're going to roll your o\vii, use only tobacco made for rolling. Velvet is easy to roll.. pretty near rolls itself,. and man, it's certainly good! roa OVER Guinnlted pure • nd «lfici«nt. USE less (din of high priced brinds. MILLIONS OF POUNDS USED SV OUR GOVERNMENT .Sweet Potato Plants Now Ready |KY Nancy Halt 4. ror<o Riran r.c S! per l.0tr». fciippr riant?, rimenlo, Itrll or Hull N'r.-if. Long I! c ^ Cayrnni- ISr per do/.; 7.V per 109. 0 rijnli. sinnc. fiiilf Slali- Matkel, Marqlolir k t'ointrriwa 10r Per do/; 50c per 1M. ff Plants 20r per d«w; SI per 100. BYBIJM PRODUCE COMPANY Paul Bynim, 112 K. Main All Orrfrrs rosliiaiil Enough VELVET for 50 cigarettes ...15c : c. rfrnnimamle par- ticnliivciuciit [mr «t JitiL'iSC cf *n ntirelc. * ""• made mr rolling

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