The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 11, 1941 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Publication:
Location:
Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Tuesday, March 11, 1941
Page:
Page 5
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 5 article text (OCR)

TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 1941 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Saved From Death, Day-Old Baby Gets Kiss From Sis President Ancimo Pledges Ail-Out Support in Hemisphere Defense TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras (UP) —The energetic Central American Republic of Honduras .stands ready to extend to the United States unstinted cooperation in perfcctiiv hemispheric defen.se against, a possible westward tidal wave of the European war. President Tiburcio Curias Anclino told the United Press today. "Honduras will work hand in hand with the United States to the limit of its abilities and its peculiar geographical advantages, in any necessary program lor the military, naval and aerial defense of North and Central America and of tnc Panama > Canal," the President said. The interview took, place- in the reception hail of the Casa Presidential. The President, a powerfully-built military man whose dark features are set off by a white j mustache, was emphatic in his ' statement of his country's policy. Tne army of Honduras consists of 3,000 well-trained regulars, plus an accive enrollment of 80,000 from which the militia is called. In addition there are 40,000 reserves and another 30,000 in the National Liiutru. Gen. uarias Andino is cne head of the army. The republic in addition maintains two coast guard cutters on its Atlantic side, and a privately- owned shipyard at Oak Ridge in the Department of Bay Islands, also on the Atlantic. Rapid transport for civil and -military purposes is available across Honduras from Atlantic to Pacific, and from north to south. The TACA and Pan-American Airways separate aerial systems maintain daily service, with adequate airports throughout the republic, which also has an excellent network of roads built under the Carias Andino administration. There also i.s a military school of aviation, with military and com- ] mercial aircraft manned by native ' pilots under American supervision. ' Cap:. Harold Wnite, a Californian, is director. Scientific Farming- rushed The road system is a tangible result of one of the President's two principal interests—highway building and agriculture. The'agricul- tural school at El ' Zambrano. teaching^-practical diversified farm- i ing to some hundreds of young j Hondunmeaiis, is evidence of Gen". Carias Andino's work on behalf of , agruuiiure. Tne President in addition has his own farms which he supervises personally. Honduras, in eight years of the conservative administration of Gen. Carias Andino, has seen its internal debt entirely retired, its external dsbt steadily reduced, and with no foreign loans solicited. President Caras Andino lives at, the Casa Presidencial when not on his farms, with his wife and two American-educated daughters. Mar- . ta and Elena Carias Castillo. "Honduras hopes that war will not come to the Americas." he said. "and has faith in the .statesmanship of the United States to prevent it if it can be prevented. "However, if the challenge is un- i avoidable, Honduras, its adminis- j i;ration, its army and its psople will stand shoulder to shoulder with its great northern neighbor, and Honduras' cooperation will not be in- eilective." ™i^ff^>-f Dramatically revived by emergency firemen after suffering a choking spell when only 7 Gcraldine Kausergrfs a warm welcome to world from sister Carol Sue! 20 months Mr Kauset is pictured with daughters in Columbus, O. hours old HOLD EVERYTHING By Clyde Lewis 'Let's .iry it oul on the clucks!" Holland Student is Named To Fraternity CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo.. March 11.—C. J. MeCormitk. of Holland, Mo., in the south part of this county, was one of uvo Southeast Missouri fresh mail students at the University of Missouri elected to membership in Psi Mu, leadership and scholarship fraternity sponsored by the YMCA. according to announcement received • here. The other Southeast Missouri' student was James Belknap of Poplar Bluff. Marionette Show To Be Given At Osceoia OSCEOLA. Ark., Mnr. 11.—W. H. Gardner, prmcipaJ of the Osceoia Elementary School, and Mrs. J. S. McCants, fifth grade teacher, will direct the'marionette play entitled "A Wishing Fairy" before the monthly meeting of the Parent Teacher Association at the Elementary School building Wednesday afternoon beginning at 3 o'clock. Parts will -be taken by pupils oi the fifth grade climaxing a special course of lessons in safety education. Other features oi me program are a movie film known as "We Drivers"; a discussion by Eugene Dickinson, Arkansas highway patrolman, on "Dnvms ^meo,' &n^ an address by E. M. Weichcr of Purina Mills in this city on "Trends in Safety Education." Mrs. G. Hcartsill Banks, president of the P. T. A., is calling a board meeting at 2 p.m. to be followed by tne study course at 2:30 taught by Mrs. Spence Williams. An award goes to the room having- the largest percent of parents present. , • • Pemiscot Schools Hold Praimalic Meet Frida^ CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo., Mnr;lV 11.—The annual Pemiscot Countjf High School Dramatic Meet will be held at the Caruthersnlle higi. school auditorium. Friday, Marc. v 14. Cnruthersvillc studcnte to represent the local school inclurl:; Jack Ross. Louise Stewart, Roy Davis. Cleo McCleuclou, Betty June Lumsclen, with Grover Latterly a,{ stage manager. Tlie Caruthsrsvillc" students will present "Happy Journey." by Thornton Wilder. Hayti was winner of the meet last year, with individual houor^ going to Miss Viola nankin's of Hayii and James Vickery of Stcclc. County Students Are Placed On Honor Rolls Three Mississippi County students have been named on .semester honor rolls and another has heen initiated into a sorority a: the University of Arkansas, Fay- ctteville. Tom Wheat, a freshman in the College of Engineering, and Miss Marain Tompkins, a sophomore in the College of Education ('Teachers College*, both of this city, and Julian Fairley, or Osceoia. sopao- more in the 'Collegs of Arts and Sciences, were named as honor students at the Honors Day convocation. Miss Winifred Crawford was initated as a new member of Pi Beta Phi. social sorority. APPROVED Alfalfa Seed Lespedeza Seed Oats Seed Corn All Kinds of Field Seeds Keystone Bulk Garden Seeds BABY CHICKS PURINA FEED Fresh Dressed Poultry L K. Ashcraft & Read Courier News want ads. FOR MOTHER Ifs Simple and Easy with a.., ING Protects Vitamins, Minerals and Rich, Natural Food Flavors In cooking vegetables this modern method prevents needless loss of essential vitamins. Healthful minerals are not dissolved away and poured down the sink. Meats are deliriously tender, rich in natural, nourishing juices. 112 £. .Main Plicae 154 We Bay Poultry I You get the rtgh t heat every time from 5-Speed Corox units—clean, electric heat. *> 'Cook 'complete meal for 5 people in Economy -*• Cooker—for about 1 cent. o Control big True-Terap Oven by Single Dial'** Balanced "Heat automatically maintained. 4 Start and stop oven automatically with Timer Clod:. (Extra on some models.) COME /#,.. let us explain VJTAMiZED COOKiN« ;,. fh* tASY way to H5or« healthful m*oU Buy ,™ ELECTRIC Range for :KS little as— Completely Installed 'Model HFN-61 not illustrated^ is mm Members Of County.League Union Discuss Plans- For Special Study Course A study <-our.se to l>r yivcn , I lie direction oi the Ki-v. Martin A. KiOfbsuiin, pastor ol Luxora Meth- •xlist Church was discus-icd at the g of the Mississippi Coi.'tity Union last iii^u a(. Luke Methodist Church, The course will begin ni the next nocling of thr Li'muie Union, Mun- l:>.v. April H, nt l.uxora. Fiuhty-nine members nn<l two ?i:csis. Dr. 13. \V. Pot.u-r. district m>sidin<> Elder, ,-md Mrs. Potter, of Jonesboro, were present lor last 'iuhts session. O.cuolu. Dell and Lake Street groups tied for the ut- eiuiiince bimie.r with oarh having 100 per cent ntU'nduiuv. I ; roin 7::JO to 8:M o'ohurk. iwmi- Ucu was .sponsored by Graham Wiit-lit. Lnter, the Lake Street, •'.roiip KIIVO a pnurnm ba.secl on League emblem and Leftfiue motif. Miss Amy Ki'lh Morris, leader of ihe prom-am read the scripture afler which the Rev. R,. E. L, Bens-den. dl;;trii:t, din-tor from Truman, ollered prayer. Hilly Ne|•son .spoke on the "Muliest? Cross"; Mi.s.s June Lsuusin^ on "All For. Chi'i.st,"; and Muss Rose Yales on "The Cross", Program was closed with League benediction. Brick ice cream cleeorated with the League emblem was .served with cake cluriuy the social hour. PAGE FIVE Luxora Society—Personal Court Of Honor Here Sixty eight .scouts, their parenLs, and other interested xcoutcrs al- rrndect the Court of Honor at the armory last night. Scout leaders Robert Recdcr. Barman Tnylor and B. F. Brop- •'on ccnciucteci the court, of honor which was also fittended by Ward ^.l:er*. of Jonesboro. district, .scout •:-xeeu(ive. . Mrs. S. J. Smith played with the members of the Tliurs- "uy nitfbi bridge club at the home ol Mr. and Mr.s. Russell Bowen, hosts, At t!u> end of Uut gainss hi«h .-core eluh jiri/r.s went to Mr.s. Je,sse Hrcwu and Sam Bowen. Mrs. Smith received* finest prixe. A dessert, plate was .served, luxurans AUnn'l Memphis Show. Mr. and Mrs. R. c. LjingsUm, F'llly and Sara Lmwton, MJ\ nnd Mr.s. Russell Uowen, Mr. and Mr.s. C. B. Wood, Mr.s. jesso Brown, Mr. and Mrs. K. w. Butler. MLss ivfi Crabtree. and Mi.ss Ruth Bul- U:ch intended one of the lour pcr- icrmaners ol' "Hdlznpoppm 1 " at ihe Memphis auditorium. •(• » » Mi-fi. Allen P(r:ev wa.s Called lo T'roy. Tarn., Friday nl^hi. on ac- t-nmi of the death of her mother, Mn:. Sam Grimes. She WHS m-com- rnnieil to Troy by Mr. Poscy, and c!au«'hter. Sara. Mr.s. Grover c. Driver and .son, O. c.. si:ent Sunday in Moscow. Trnu., vlMlim; Mr. Driver's .sister. Mr.s. Shiic.k .Franklin, and i'umily. Mr.s. Dennis Canada, of Cold- vatt.r. Mks, was the iniest of Mr.s. .Irhn Tlnvealt Saturday. Mr.s, Canada i.s the former Mi.ss Etna Jono-s, Dr TI w, PoUfr. .superintendent i of Jone.sboro District, and Mrs. j Potter, were guests of the Rev. nnd' Mrs. Martin Bierbatim. Monday. Hay Whitmorc nnd Marvin Snn- drrscm spent t,he week oncl at Ark- ' iiriflphin. and Miss Sue \Vhlpplo was a Memphis week end guest. of friends. { Mr. and Mrs. Roberts, of Hfilerm I are visiting Mr.s. Roberts' sister.. Mrs. R. H. Owen, and family. Mrs. < Roberts is the former Miss Cora j Crlder of Luxora. Mrs. Joseph Hannah, of Cambridge, Ohio, is to be the liousc guest for .several weeks of her cousin, Moses Sllman, and family. Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Hall and son, have returned from a three weeks .stay in Hot Springs. .SUJVIHT I'arty. * * » Mr. and Mr.s. Hilton Stcphenson hiid as their RUO.SLS for a suppei party on Thursday evening, Mrs R. T. Ballew, Mrs. Lcm T. Slan- ford, Mr.s. Clem Poison, and Miss Evelyn McDimiols. The harpy-moth caterpillar resembles an eight-legged, L\vo- Iailed cat. Ked-Eared Sunfish Best«e<l URBANA, ill. (DP)-Red-eared sunnsh are coming back to Illinois streams for the first time in 20 years, according to the Illinois Natural History Survey. After a 1,000-mile jaunt from Texas, 125 young red-ears are being tended before being released in a newly constructed experimental' lake. To relieve Misery of 666 COLDS Liquid Tublcts Salvo Noso Drops Cough Droj>s Try "Kul>My.TiMii".u Womkrful Liiumi'»i EVERYTHING FOR YOUR OFFICE PHONE During the first three-quarters of 1940 a total 'of 4543 planes were constructed. 16 riiONe DELTA OFFICE SUPPLY STOKE 1 m.vlhcvtllc, R.K. & Asl> GOOD CITIZENSHIP DEMANDS GOOD HEALTH A modern, »u!jji c water system affording an infallible supply of pure, healthful water is an im- liodaul factor in the progress'of anv community. We enjoy a much higher standard of living and greater comforts and conveniences as a. direct result. Hlythevillc can he proud of its water system . . . it represents our "American Way of Life". IlKKNAllD ALLEN, "\Vuter Is Your Cheapest Commodity' Lowest-Priced of "All Three" on Many Models! You Save with Plymouth's 1941 Price-both in What You Pay and What You Get! Plymouth is Best- Engineered of "All 3':.. has Most Quality Features ...insures Longer Life, Higher Resale Value! LONGEST WHEELBASE of "All 3 ' low-priced cars! Plymouth, with its 117-inch "whcclbasc, is impressively big... luxuriously roomy! NEW BEAUTY INSIDE! You'll be proud to show friends Plymouth's new Fashion-Tone Interior, It's so beautifully tailored and fitted ! New Safety Bun Wheels-dcs»gur»i «<>Wn # H>n Jkc f/opj rolling o/r the \\hcc! iu case of a puncture or hlowuu l. NEW POWER-LESS SHIFTING! Plymouth's new High-Torque Performance with new power-gearing gives you new command of hills, dis- lancc, traffic! You shift gears less! MORE FINE FEATURES! Of 22big features in high-priced cars, Plymouth gives you 21 ... more than the "other 2" low-priced cars combined! EASY TO BUY! Your. present car probably covers a large part of the low delivered price... balance in low monthly instalments. Have your Plymouth dealer appraise your car. No obligation, of course. Plymouth Division of Chrysler Corporation. SrSUI I HE Ktff rtTMomH COaiMtRUALCAP.51

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page