The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 5, 1936 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 5, 1936
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___JTHURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5. 1936 Din-ante and Ethel Merman core Mad Musical Triumph The [o\c!y_Merman-maul .of 'Red, Hot and Blue." •'f — _ Pllblic Press and i uijiu,, i iLbS atlG Brokers Cheer N c >,i 3 v.m.t.1 n t, rrodliclion ' " By GEORGF KOSS NEA Service StafT Com=nonilciit' L' s Ka . y illto a NEW YORK.-Put jimmy" Du- Speml - ~~ ~ I ancc-s. He has decorated the show [with a bevy of beautiful girls in (striking costumes and lavish sets. • So if there arc any complaints, address (hem to the librettists. Because Jimmy LluraiUe has never been funnier in all his i>rofessional life and Miss Merman, the ex-Astoria stenog, can make a glamorous chanson out of n saloon ballad And 1 besides, it is nhvnys easy to take them lipon the lovely choryphees 1 faces and figures. AH in all, a merry musical that will, in time, find way into a Paramount Picture rante, with the projecting proboscis, and Ethel Merman, with (he provocative voice, in a musical show and they will give it the works—even if. th» authors have not,. Right now, they are pumping more fup into "Red. Hot and Bin*" than this town im <.nioy-;d jfi many a humorless month. " What, if the plot, isn't so hot? Or that that songs are not (he besi tha Cole Porer has ever turned out? Watch Jimmy cross-^xaminr- himself before a Senatorial quartette or listen to Miss Merman turning a lyric into a lark ami •you will have an evening's entertainment de Jiix-e. Or £ n bet. The same people principally «1 up in that previous smash,. "Anything Goes," are the parties i concerned with "Red, Hot, and Blue' 'which accounts for a lot. Howard Lindsay and Russell ' OPUS;, who wrote the plot, took their last title's advice and ground : out a story with no holds barred ' .Something about a national searcli for a girl who sat down upon a ] wafrie iron in her youth. Oole i Porter has banged out a couple of i Unas that are reminiscent of his previous hits but. which will be- I come popular nevertheless Hu»' :\our loudspeakers, in paif iculnr ' for "It's De Lovely", "Ridin' Hiph"' and "Down in (he Dspths." i And Viiiton Freedley. the produc- ' er. has "gone lo town" on appcar- VICTOBIA (UP)—Victoria railways are leading the entire British Empire in being -modern. In addition ' to deciding lo construct 'all., future coaches of steel, ,the Victoria .'railways ' are the first ; In the empire to- install air conditioning. ELECTRIC & ACETYLENE WELDING \T BEST PRICES . - _ =ROM1'T SERVICE ;;":: Bafahk Mfg. Co. PHONE 13 NOTICE To Our Customers We nre now closing our repair department a:id gas station at 9 P. M. each day, however we will maintain all night service at the Ulythcvillc Motor Sales Co. Phone 1000 for Service At Any Time Tom Little Chevrolet Co. On Display Saturday, Nov. 7th the completely new 1937 CHEVROLET Immediate Delivery Available TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. /J great BRODNAX VALUE Mutt l«- .tern l» br. appreciated f'-~ —10 ?rnnu ilhnionds nnd I larger liliHo I'T.MI.Nl M __..__ $50 Pay ,,nl r flO mm . . . $:>.*.-> prv month fur 8 months Oll.rr nroilo«« Dinmnna Rln t , IIJ50. (SO to (~:C«I OltOlill IIV MAIL t n ri >i.. GEO.T. BRODNAX, Inc. Jr-f. NO ,, SAI - E S TAX IN TENNESSEE-c 0n ,e- «ne- State Sponsors Marking To End Poultry Thefts PAHCIO, N.'' D.' (Ut')-A new system of marking; rUuks of chickens in North Dakota is designed to put nn md to chicken stvalln;. The plan involves the marking of flocks nnd recording the mark with the Ttate poultry nssoctutlon ami t!ie suite (lejjiirtiiicin of ,-if.n- culture.- O. A. lifirton, sccretnry of (he poultry association Riitt iiiciuljer' of the North Dakolii Axrlcultiirii ""llenc poiillry deuiiitmcin plains (he plan as follows: Each pvo.-iucsr selects ills own netted of marking nnd ol his own mirkinj equipment., poullry inny be nnrke-:! ijy pmit-Ues In (lie- web of either foot: " tiiCoo murks or Initials oi< either wing; by initiated, sealed 'in-j bnnds on wing, or by 'illi-lcd log bonds on either shank. JjLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Sadie Stamey Queen of Dell P.-T. A. Carnival 1 ' PAGE THREB The tip HELL, Ark—Sadie .stamci-,-' a ! high sclioi,' ssiilor, I'siansd as one | ill the nmuml Hal!owe?n canili.. of the Us!] iMK'iit-Teuchcr a.sso- | elation. .The cnr.Dlvul iras' siiccess- | ful from every st!m:lj:ol!it nn:l n?i- U-d the iissoi'lutlon $GS. 1 The New Kirjland slillllng was . l!'e liisl cuiii issiiwi In lliJ.s coun: try by Amerlaui colonists. Dis- lilljiiU'ii in defiance of royal livlt- j Isli ilecre;', |[ was highly pDjiiilar , as i\ gesture of iiulei^ndehoy, ATHUCTKJ COACH KS USE QUICK ACTINfJ KINIMKNT Piirei-Esful ccni'hos keep their team in trim, free from soreness will) l.onkes Anllseptlc l.inimi'nt. Heals cuts and sciatclics, sio;w infe:- lion. ?5n :\IK\ 5Qc. . . '.:, | Say I.EAKliS Tn Vnlir l>nij;.-;isi:! SlHk (o Make JIure \Vool PERRAJ2A, Iinly IVPI—A new factory for (lie manufacture of artificial wool from milk has been erected here. The factory (lie icccnil of Ili kintl, is expcc(cd to "IJforlj 22,00(J B iillon.s of jiillk n (!ny. i ' '1'ERKY AHSTUAOT £' HKALTY CO, . Abstracts, Liimls ,t l,n;l!is i:. M. Terry. 1'res. anil Mg.'. I'li.iiie fJI7 ni.i(fii!vMlv. Ark. On Display Saturday, Nov. 7th I he completely new 1937 CHEVROLET immediate Delivery Available TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. 1'HONKS 121 - 122 I'HOAIIT DELIVERIES AT ALL HOURS W1GGLY JMUCKS FOK FRIDAY MMMHMMM ONLY C. 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