The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 24, 1936 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 24, 1936
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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1036 BLYTITEVILLE (ARK.) COUAIEU NEWS 'Opens' Simpson Cas3 in England Manoger of '' 1 ,400-Acrc Louisiana Planta lion Knows Her Job DELTA, La. (UP) — A woman who has been managing a 1,400- aere plantation for 1Q years has Just produced a bumper cotton crop, averaging one and a quartev bales per ncre on the 250 acres the planted. Miss Ullie May Long Is one of the Soulh's few women dirt farmers. and she has mnde a success of what Is generally considered a man-sized job. Cotton Is only one ol the products raised by Miss Long on "the fertile land of Grandvlew plantation, across the river from Vlcksburg, Miss., and in Delta,' La. A large portion of the plantation was built up by the MJssls- sinpi river. The river once changed its course and created an Island out of a section of the Grandvlew place. This area known os De Solo Island, Is still owned by Miss Long. Sile sold 800,000 leet of timber Iron) the Island this fall. Miss Long was born on the plantation. After her school days, she taught in Madison parish and In Mississippi. Her father died 15 years ago. Miss Long 'then took over the management of the place. "I didn't know a thing in the world about a plantation," she said, "or cotton, or anything else when ginning, or began. But 1 just managed to learn as I went along." Now that her bumper crop has been harvested, Miss planting vetch on her Long land. It will be plowed under antl Hie land will lie ready for cotton planting again next year. Miss Long, after 15 years experience, can talk at length about the kind of cotton to plant, tho care which must be given the crop and the details of ginning Miss Long has learned also about crop rotation, handlin; tenants, and even diving a tractor. She is modest,~out neighbors say thai, Grandvfew plantation is one of the best-managed, mos' successful plantations in Madison parish. However, Miss Long does no' Wlv-n rlio asked, before the liO'.ise of Commons, why somo current American mu^a/inc.s lip-? Sjcfi ccnForcil in England, rcd-hoaded Ellen Wilkinson, above, brought tfie subject of Mrs. Wallis Simpson's friendship for King Edward V1I1 ofii- ciall.v before the British government. Although ner question was not answered. Miss; Wilkinson, a Socialist member of parliament, later did not deny she WBS referring to the Simpson cose. PAGE THREE County Council Lays Plans For Annual Election Plans Tor ills election of officers niirt Hie annual Christmas party .vjrj mode nl Hie monllily meeting of the Home Djmoiiilralioil :oimcil of Mississippi county tii'U iaturdny nt the Woman's club. Mi p s. Jerry White of promised l/iiul. -.resident, appointed Mrs. Orncc Crawford, of Promised Uud, Mrs. D. Gttrrctt. of Ne\v Liberty, unj Mrs. O. H. Keilford «s tlie nominating committee. .The Inslnllnllon will be held Immediately nfior ita election Saturday, DEC. 19. Tills i>> the dole of the party, to which cneh member will bring a gift for another member. In the roll cull, members responded by giving brief reports o! their nchisvemenls Hits year. Ths records were turned over for judging and awards will be made nl the next meeting for the most outstanding report. In a quick bread contest., sponsored by Mrs. C. B. Lynch, county toc-it chairman, each member had been nskeJ to bring three biscuits to he Judgeu by shape, size, texture, odor and color. Mrs. White won first, lor which she received a pastry, blender. Mrs. Redfor: iec*ived second prlp.3, a vegetable cutler. Mrs.. Walter Wood of Lux- cia, Mrs. J. W.,Field and Mrs. Clarence Davis received honorable mention. A spaghetti luiieli wris noon and this was followed bv soti«s ami games led by Miss Cln-. ilco -Little, lender. county Old Uokulii Vrogrcsw. \ ST. THOMAS, OlH.' lllPl — A) iirmor here lias "modernized" his nnd biujtiS 1 . Ik' has Installed nidlo under Ihe sent. He grounded tho set by trailing n wire Ue- ilnd (he buggy, nnd used tho sicet In the bugs)' for mi aerial. v.vv. >*~T ,.'. • « J.-.-V W1GGLY TOO 1,ATK TO CLASSIFY lioslon Null Dog—bluck and white with linnie&s, rubles Ing No. K-IW. Come t«_ Courier News. ^'v to the Game AlulianiH vs. Vniiderhill Thursday . Call Wan-on \Vrif-lif at r)7li Waiilcil To Sell ij?l 00,000 Fliniilii re Half Down - liiiliince iN'exl Kail - Huy Now Hubbard Furniture Co. I'KICKS I-OU WKONHSDAY. THURSDAY, FKIDAV nnd SATURDAY WU WIU, UK C1,OSI')1> AM, DAY THANKSGIVING FRESH • Aj{iiln Wi 1 I'Vulni'i' Tlml Knmous niK| Delh'iiiiis -I 1'ninl Him- Hiiilwn at Pound Medium Cinitlc', (Nn. 2), I.I). .. l!)c Verner Oarner, Mr.tllc Lou Ollbow, John D. Gubow, Charles Ouarr, H. A. Guarr, Earl Harris. Esther Harris, Joe Hill, Dorothy Klngslade, Adelaide Les, Jimnlta Klngslade. Harley Morgan, Geraldine Payne, Herman Phillips, Willie Mae Rogers, Alone shnckelford, Treva Sliackelford, Earl Shelton. Myrtle Sheiniton, James Simmons, j. L. Simmons, Sonny Smith. Clara Bella Spllzer, Vera Spilzer, and Clinton Wallace. Keiser News confine her interests to the plantation. She Is active in various clubs and was corresponding sec retary for the Louisiana Federation of Clubs for several years. • She was president of the federation's fifth district, ~n member of the Tallulah Book club and of the Sonthwlde Consumers' Association, which has as its purpose the re 1 moval of... discriminatory -taxes frcm southern food products. She is Louisiana state chairman of I'lis group'and., plans to go to Washington later to enlist • the support of Southern Congressmen. She likes football, often driving miles to see a game. But football, clubs and everything else depend on conditions at her plantation, she said. "That," she first interest." Mrs. Polk Entertains. Mrs. J. T. Polk entertained nt bridge Thursday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. W. W. Wall, Mrs. Ansel Montgomery, Mrs. C. E. CooSc, Mrs. pick Watson, and Mrs. Merrell Polk. High score priae \ven1 to Mrs. Oris Childs and guest prize to Mrs. Cook. » • * A play, "Looking for the Wish- Ing Gate," was presented by the third grade last Tuesday night will Miss Dorothy Cheek and Mrs. W. E. Pigg directing. Musical accompaniments were .played by Miss Ila Verne Crisp.- - '''-.'•. Rev.'J. T. Randall and Mrs. Ran- dall^conducled serylcss. here Sunday morning and ',cven!ng',';_at< the j Methodist church. - : Mr. "anil Mrs. J.- P.-Gardner of Dyess were present. A : group.ol stewards-went to Blylhevllle for the first meeting of the Quarterly conference. G. E.-.darrett spent the weekend at McKinttty',' Tcnn, 'Visiting relatives. •: .•. explains, "Is my Come and Get'Em $387 $295 FORD V-8 COUI'K, Spanish' Brown. He sure to see and drive (his car .. 19IM FORD V-8 TUDOU SEDAN. An iileui family car 1934 CHKVUOIJiT MASTER SIX SUDAN Try this one 1934'DODGE PANEL. TRUCK Good .grocery and dairy delivery unit 1935 FORD V-8 PICK-UP TRUCK A first rate 1'iek-iip LIBERAL U. C. C. TERMS Call or Come in for Demonstration Phillips Motor Co. $291 $395 Fifth & Walnut Phones 810-811 John D. Gilbow Chosen Hatcher Club President John D. Gilbow was' elected president, of the Hatcher 4-H club at a reorganization meeting, held last Thursday at the school housa. John L. Dameron, assistant county ngent, met with the club. I =cretar ther Harris, report". . E . ckrney jDecr Stalked On ; Horseback in Everglades MIAMI,' Pla. (UP) — OasolinD and oats are as. Important as cartridges and the equip-' ment of the nimrods who arc joining the trek to Miami, according to guides at, this ;g'ateway to the everglades game regions. Local hunters have turned to bagging fiiiall game, 1 especially! mobiles cruising through the wide "irush,' which uier Harris, reporter E Carnev , . . ;: ;", and Miss Otic Ro\ e th- adult lctar f terlstlc ,, 0f tlle '• d f p , g!ades ] pnnsrs l "'-""'"'.country as the swampland more lenders. Members who have i widely known, il n, ( ii.° r Hunting deer on horseback ls chard Carney, Jurdoti Casiday, Mary R\ith Carney, Dru- ' " cilhv Edmonds, Priscilla Garrett.! -toundshe rhrn s on his " rst vm herc - Christmas Cards With Your Own N lime" .'Printed On Them We print your own name on Christinas cards bought here for only Ic extra per card. Your ; choice of type styles. Select your cards-now, while our. slock is complete. 3Sc (Minimum I'rinllnj Charge) ; Dns eil si's, Geese and Ducks Vri'K-Shoi'e Soled I'inl BUTTER <•': c "3, 37" S LI). rUlSAGB llrookllcld Linksl or. Patties. l,h. t SAUSAGE PORKCHOPScS,,25 c PORK ROftST' 'S 15 P OUK I1A.MS Whole or Hair. U). CHEESE v c 28° 2T Fey. 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Mary Ellen Morris. Is warned to appear within thirty days In the court nam- rd In Hie nntlon'. hereof and answer the complaint of the plain- IIIT. Ed Morris. Dated this 3rd day of November, 1930. H. M. CRAIG. Clerk, By A. P. Smith. D. C. Claude F. Cooper, Attorney. Gene E. Bradley, Ally. Ad Litem. 3-10-17-24 ?ROF. XVI CRAOi moUK THAT OLO AV\ER1CAN WMl*KEV W01/T CATCH THt WANK56IV;!N6- TUP.K.E-<^»r V ^ TOffl^*- •w ^ -JK, 33 &33, n^ <^: Ir HE COt5 FROvflHEOE-a.pEpl.EinY \i v^ FAMOUS TEST WARNING ORDER j IN THE CHANCERY COURT, I CHICK A 3 AWBA DISTRICT., MISSISSIPPI COUNTY AF- KANSAS. Joh.n Henry Henton, plaintiff, vs. No. 6315 Sadie B. Henton, Defendant. •Hie defendant, sadlc B. Henton. : ls warned to appear, within thirty days In the court named In the coptfon hereof and answer the complaint of the p^alntllT, John Henry Henton. Dated this 3rd day of November, 1938. H. M. CRAIG, Clerk, By Elizabeth'Roddy, D. C. Claude P. Cooper, , Ally, for Pltff. Gene E. Bradley,. Alty. 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