The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 6, 1936 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 6, 1936
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER C, 1936- BLYTHEyiLLB (ARK.) NEWS -pi 1 - ^-^ • • - •-• : — ~ — - ' --- - — --- — — - . - - Koosevelt s 'Day-Quiet Happiness After the Tumult of the Presidential PAGE FTV* The greatest small part of had her hour, proudly held of rejoicing in Roosevelt- family history was (lie day after election, mid no day I he crowding out affairs, of state by her mother, Mis James Roose\elt, The ceremony took place in the drawing room of the family • Heine at Hyde Park. N. y. ; joy came with the chastening of the president's S.niciilluolri grand daughter, who chief executive beams on downy-halred Kate, "ie Btilfc and ,tmmoll of.the Cann-Algn over ami wilier the presidency ahead, President r io os,,velt took his ease overlooking (he. lU.dso,, Here ccr, B ratmat,cm,as he drank a 8 ,ass of |»e „ shwn , ,,„„,„ ,ui,k. the • comfort and satisfaction. fgur years of In his homo e of perfect Caruiliersville Society — Personal Over Half of Arkansas Farmers Are Tenants An avalanche of letters and lelcginms of confutation swept into the Roowclt home thousands' arrivl..* every hour after the president's re-election was a,s,,rcd. Here, at n table P el . B h fi he me^cs, Uu, chief executive is shown, with nts mother. M.s s.,,0, «ela,o R eH ..I-.., n., they ,-cKd Hle congratulations. Sender, ranged fro,,, child,,,, just stpitlns flhwl to from the aged mid inlinii. re'ton ° slxth Entertains Club. Mrs. Shelley Stiles 'entertained her bridge club on Wednesday ' afternoon at the Eat Shop. The high score award was presented to Mrs. Morrell DeReign. Mrs. Glenn Vandivert received second prize.- ; » • . *' Mrs. Wahl Entertains. Mrs. J. S. Wahl entertained : her Wednesday Bridge club with a., one o'clock two-course .luncheon' Wednesday afternoon at ! tha Eat Shop. The high score award went tO.Mrs, . iiW. . C: .Hawkins, while Mrs.; ,'Tom., ' '' 1 ..; Nelson W. Spencer,, and Miss Ma'-. ry Puckctt, both of Hayti, wero married here Tuesday afternoon at three o'clock. The ceremony \yas said by the Rev. W. L. Meyer -at the Methodist parsonage... Word has been received . here by Jlr. and Mrs. C. S. Me Cord from th2ir son, Rev. Hugo McCord • of Indianapolis, Ind., stating, that, he has accepted a call to the Church of (Xirist in Washington. D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Everett McDowell cf Helena, Ark., spent the past week end here with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Ed^ gerton. W. S. Fisher, proprietor of the Majestic Hotel, who has been ill for several months, was removed" to Memphis over the weekend and is a patient at the Methodist hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Harper spent the past week enct in Wynne, Ark., visiting Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Daniels and Mrs. Lillian wilkins. They were accompanied home by Miss Lavenia Wilkins, who is spending thts week here. Midget Plane Built To Steer With Wing SYDNEY (UP)—It has ranainsd for I«n Aflhck, a 17-year-old youth of New South Wales, to invent the "Hying flea" airplane. His successful contribution to av- iatioj! lias neither ailerons nor elevators. It is controlled by its front wing, which moves up and down on a pivot, and a large rudder. The fuselage is 3'.~ fcct.ionj ana tl:c lop whig span 22 feet/ The machine was constructed in six weeks at an expense of $759. P£RCENT»CE Of fARH TENANCY IN THE UNITED STATES BY COUNTIES IN 1930 ascending stages or tenancy- IQ-, •By.TV.KOY RFJJ> Regional Director o[ (he RA ' population of Arkansas^ is P,rm ; tenancy is reco 3 n,,ed> The starecropp^occupics the' Stmi^of {±*f 01 K IOll£flr.llIi tlPrSnrlr n* n cni-Fmie en Inii>ncf mn ~ mi . i t,~ -~ : ii • . , . _ - ' • * '"*»-•" "•• •>- . .... ..._.,,..,.,.,,.. „.„„,„„, thoughtful persons as a serious so- lowest rung on the-agricultural lad- cial.and economic problem pro- < dcr. He furnishes • only labo owners and 151,759 :ara tenants ot foundly affecting in I various kinds. Of the tenants, Q5,- ..- . „ agriculture and producing and harvesting the crop, j 603 arc croppers and 80 158 the rural population. The fesling U. while the landlord furnishes land, i share' and cash tenants growing tnnf something must be teams and equipment and varym' done about it." j degrees of management. For his rnc first \step toward a sohittott j labor he receives usually a re'nt- of the problem-is an understand-i free house or cabin and one-halt nig of its nature and its prevahnce.! of the crop he produces. The sixth region of the Resettie- arc - ment Administration consists of Arkansas. Louisiana and Mississippi. A study of th; Agricultural Census.of 1935 reveals just how widespread farm tennancy Is in these three states. The percentage of all farmers who are .tenants runs GO per 'cant in Arkonso.?, 64 per cent in Lp u i s j. The share .tenant is somewhat better off. He furnishes alt work- stuck and equipment as well as labor and his share of'tlin crop is usually three-fourths of the coi- ton and two-thirds of the grain. ...,_._. .„ „ Then, there is a relatively small' of which 136913 group of tenants who are able to only pay a cash rent per acr; use of .There are 170.21G farms-In Louisiana, which lias a population of 2,153,000. There are. G 1,833 farm owners and 108J377 tenants. Tils tenants are divided into 50219 croppers and 58,158 share'or cast tenants. Mississippi, out of a population of 2.047,000, lias 311,683 farm fami- lie.s^of wlitch only 04,1 ID are farm Tenants number 217,504. are croppers and are sliare or cash ten- €O.MM1SSIONEK'S S,U,K NOTICE, is l,er,-hy given that the undersigned commissioner in compliance with the terms of a decree rendered- by the Chancery Court for the Chickasawlm district of Mississippi, county, Ar- 1 kansas, ithc 2Bth,day of Sen- 1 (ember, 1033, wherein. Metropolitan Life •.Insurance;: Co., a corporation and p. -A',.-.Lasley, Trustee, was Plaintiff, .•No.YdaM. and Charles ci Thompson and Bertha Thompson, his wife, were Defendants, will sell at public 1 auction 1 '-', to' the highest and hcst bidder, for cash on a credit of three months, at the front door of thl> Court House, between the hours prescribed by law, in the' City of Blylheville, -Arkansas; onvthe ZOtli day of Noyemuer,.' 1D3C, : Hfie ' following real' cslate,. to-\\1t:'"'• < '• Lot Seven- t7), Block ^Fivo (5), Highland Place Addition to the City of Blythevllle, , Ark.r .' SAID:sale will-ue^had ito satisfy said decree iii '• the'.sum of $1,381.65, with 6 per cent-interest from Jan. 1st., 193-). THE purchaser at said sale wil lie required to ' execute .' hond - witli approved s c c LI rity, .-. ( to , sc cure the pnyinent of the iiurcliti'se : .<money, and a.lien will !>e reta'lned II|KJH said properly as additional security for the payment of'such purchase money. WITNESS my hand and the seal of said Court, on.this, the Cth day of November, 1936.' A. P.. SMITH, Special Commissioner In Chancery. - ' G-13-20 co-pinIncrshlp composed of Max norowsky nnd William Borovvsky. WITNESS my hnnd ns Olcrk of said Court nud tlip seal tlicrcof tills 22 day of October, 103S. (Seal) II. M. Craig, clerk By A, p. smith, U. c. Shniie & Pcndler Solicitors for Cross-complainants 23-30-6-13 Demonstration Club News Notes i Dojrivpod Club ; women were present ironic Demon- at tho Doawooil stration meeting Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Albert Payne. Mrs. Marvin Lrmo was also ho- (ess. ' In Ihe business session, Mrs. P. S. Parker was enrolled ns a new mumljcr, Tho nomhralins i:ouuuillce, of -M.v Lniw, tftt Frcemont Scrnpci Mrs. Raymond Payne. Mrs. Oharlie Lutes and Mrs. M. 1'. Queen, ivns njipolnt- cd. i'la.ns wero ninde for tho conins year, with Miss Corn I^ce Colenmn, li o ,n c deinonsirotlon nccnt, Icadlin; In the discussion. nuriiiB the social hour, ginger* treatl, candy and coffee were served. , •. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Eugene Dickinson TliurKdiiy, 1 - November 12 in- slca,d of Npvenibei- II, as It Is Armistice Day. Ecii|L cow-i ire equipped will! rln^sei, to pre/ent snow blindness »», the iioUhcin pints of nussi'a. mil SH.",ir v,hc,e snow{i arc heavy. SPECIAL! (> flnl. Rcgiil.n Gas $J 1 (Jl. GOOD 'OH- FREE SATURDAY' & ONLY r. ad' Courier Nuws :OlassfnM Adi . job's Service Station Cooler, iUo. Tnus at least three out of-flve'owners, farmers in all three states do'not' own any. part of the land tli-y! ' cultivate, and their interest in tte land is necessarily, limited to the salable crop it can produce each year. • •, OltDER The non-nsldeut defendants, Thomas Eason and Effle Eason, are warned to appear in the Chancery Court for the Cliicka- sa\yba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, within three months, to answer the cross-complaint there filed against them and oth- ants re are. various classes of t"n- who theoretically -represent KENTUCKY STRAIGHT WHISKEY A Gentleman's Whiskey • uoiomtocv f TAYLOR S WILUAMS^DISTILLERIES VEUOWSTOKE 6ASKNs" UNITED LIQUORS WHOLESALERS Distributors 20 fu V'iflli Si., liou-ii ,v. Slorl. Alalo I'tranl t' B-7 „ kinds of tenancy in the three cot- HE DOE* PROVE THAT.' tf" MAKE* A GOOD WHISKtY &VS W CIA/MS- Tasting is believing when it comes to whiskey. • Old American has everything in ils favor when you make that test. ___ STRAIGHT RVE AND STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKIES Own Your Home! Coine in ; :i;ifl , iel u s easy it is to e-ini f'tome 1 '^, M^P^P^^inslhaloMUwrydw. your own...l-'inance it through the' FHA...WC can furnish- complete' plans and'all of the materials...! EAST ARKANSAS BUILDERS SUPPLY CO, • °" e °fl'>e Quality Pr 0 dn(ls of THE AMERICAN DlSTIUJNG CO. " PEKIN, I ' See Monday's Paper ^ For Complete Details •'•-' on the ARMISTICE DAY CELEBRATION To isld At BLYTHEVIL WEDNESDAY.

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