The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 27, 1936 · Page 3
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_FR.IDAY,, NOVRMRRR 27, BLYTITEVILLE (ARK.) COU/UER NEWS 1SIL EUROPE'S DEH Public Speaking Class Gives Radio Program Tlie Public Sinking class of tlic city high school, broadcast .'n program orer KLCN . Wednesday in observonce of -fllie/.y Thanksgiving holiday. j. smith', president of one of the two clubs ln<lhe jjroup, was master of ceremonies. .<- Tness numoers v a -- ^va^-,',' 11 ""^ Origin of Thanksgiving," Miss Helena Jarreie.;' poem, "The Ping," Miss Mnry Eunice Lay son; "Tne Doming bi the ships," Miss Ellza- heth Edwards; extracts from colo- ;ii«l records discussed by Max Hutchins: comments on nt'^r c> ( . • records, Norina Sanford; Sidney " Lamer s "America," M.ss Undsey; "Our Country," Kiun 'Cojillrmed Prom Page 1) .ram Maxim, came Into'Sir Basil's life and turned hts promises ot riches into realities. The two men joined their capital, ideas and Inventions and Sh- Basil wont around tlie world selling Ihe American's machine gnus to Russia, Japan, Germany, Prance, England, Bulgaria, Switzerland and many other armies. He stood beside the Allies In the World War and liis fortune was trebled, Always interested in his native Greece, lie linked arms with Venctfelos and paid for the Greek occupation of Asia Minor, when the Greeks were driven out of Anatolia and lost heavily with the fall of Smyrna, Sir Basil took a severe loss. ' ; -'. Waited To Wed Duchess Once while traveling through Switzerland 'by train he met n beautiful Spanish woman, whose Identity he learned to be Dncliessc . de Vlllafranca, princess de Bourbon, she was married and Spain frowned upon divorce. Sir .Basil D7."T."a"FfilieV,"p"asto7"of"the ^ >" e *!!? ™" ^ ™*t Baptist church for ' IS FIIE FIGHTERS Manila Socicly — Personal Department Is Expected , to Result in'Lower Eiirance Rates MANILA, Ark.—Lower fir? rates for Manila an In- Mayor nnd Mrs. c. W. of Manila celebrated their silver wedding anniversary in thslr home Ihuntluv. T.iose present were members of the immediate family, Mr. nil;! Mrs. John w Tlnlon. Miss Mnry Ellen Tlplon, Carl William Tipton II, Mr. nnd Mrs. Alvln , „ .„ _ Tlplon and daughter, Misses Anna. prospect following Ihe or»an!/atto'i| Knllierliie, and Edith • Tlploii, . of of a fire department of 15 men al a mass meeting held at th v ' call of Mayor C. W. Tipton. Those volunteering for servlca on — — ........ ..nil- IIIUSK vuiumcii ing 11 cy Klrshner; Roosevelt's "Hen u s -- llle department lire W I,. Tlio!ir>- oi' Noble Minds," Miss 'Elizabeth.I son, Haywood Ashnbranner, will Wright, Bill Downing, liryanl Abraham; Walt whitman's'"I America Singing," Miss 'Evelyn Smart. Tnis group is ii'crng asXsd to rz- peat a part of this program at various civic gatherings. Negro P.-T. A. Council Will Hear Memphian The Missis; .. )f Negro Parent ilions will liav Moor;, Jnnies Downing, Vanzant, ilarbcrt , , Griffin, Charles Carter, otto cl<iv. Clarence Shoifncr, I. D. 1 shedd, Emery Wright, Plnksy Tiplbn, Iler- shel Clay and Samuel .?. Oi'Ifflth They will serve without pay for the present. Guy Mcllenry will act RS chief. City Marshal A. D. Breeiten re- liortecl that the fire truck purchased nccting at the Osceola court house „''"'? tirl " s vv ! ! ! be f "hicted un- Simdiiv afternoon. 2:30 o'clock. L U ? r .. lh(! supervision of UreeJon and McHcnry. : after the death of 3 en i Ills wife, in 1926, after 18 months pi,;., of marriage, sir Basil lived apart, M\SS Winnie V'reil surrounded by a host of servants collnty cxainfnel . ls VsisUrig and personal physicians. , , ai . r!mgmg tl)B mcetl He remained t.ie principal own-; . er of Monte Carlo casino, several munitions plants and among the heaviest stockholders of the great Vickers industries in England, sir Basil, however, maintained only a loosely connected. touch with Ills million.'! in his last years. Baptists W.H Week of Prayer Turner ' L UXORA, Ark, — The Luxora 1^' Baplist Missionary society will observe the annual week of prayer ' and study for foreign missions, i *,'• i . ! ns outlined by the Woman's Law Violators !Missionary Union of the Southern lv,r Turn.*.:., Baptist Convention, and make an by CUmmingS offering to the Loltle Moon I Christmas fund, beginning Monthe day afternoon, November 30 and Manila; Mr-, nn-a Mrs.- Clalborno Tiplon of Monstte, Ark^; A. A. Sago, 85-year-old father ot Mrs. C. W. Tlplon, Miss Sally Sajjo, an,' Rue Sago, of Atilca, Ark.; • Mrs. fiiimy Spikes of nrockett, 'Ark.; Mr. aim Mrs. \v, W. Fowler, MlsS Martha Wnltelny, Mrs. Mary lilev " ins. Miss . Snotlgras.v"Mls^ Pauline McWhlrter.' Miss JiHihellc I'lpton ami Charles curler, all of Mtmlln, and Scolt l.elt of IMni- nioum Pictures Production of Memphis. , j- A. A. Hugo lold if (tin adventurous and exciting lrl]> he mnd«' lo -onion one year nflcr Hie civil Dmner was served lo t!:pv pros- enl on <| tnble twenty feol Inn? .Immedlnioly after ih? dinner four pictures were made of 'the Uniy Molvlii. small son of Mr, ami Mrs. j. P. Downing, who trilically III ut his home is ro)>ortc(l to be "renting well Mm Nora Parker of Miuillu Is r'iratPd lo ba ill nt her home with rheumiiUsin ^KJ lonstlliLs lllllle ra\ o! l.lllle Hock Is Manila. ' ' ' X| '" Mr. mid Mrs. I.ee Carter o[ Ma- nll:i Ind as ilielr guMLs lust we;k- end Jim DoUBlas'nnd son, Miivrny, of ChlcABo, 111. Tlwy also vUHed In Bald Knob. ,. Word has b«,'ii received hero that 1>. H, llaicroft of Sears-Hoebuck, In Memphis, formerly of Mamln, Is crlllcnlly ill wllh pneuinonln at hU home (here. Mrs. Ida.pliu niul son. Junior, arrived Thursdny from Flint, Mich., lo attend ihe funeral of Mrs. 1'Itts' brother, Gerald Shelton. Mr, and Mrs. wills Townseml and son, vVooJle M»c, fi'om Joues- boro, arc spending the Thunksglv- inj lioiKiais wild Mrs.Townscnd's pnrenl.s. Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Moc- man of Manila. Soft ivory docs not split m«ll | and Ls. llicrefore, niorb onsily work- terns limn Is hnid Ivory. Two Manila youths were ..... „..., .„„.„„„„, myemw Jv ami first lo be hailed into municipal continuing for five days through court here, charged .-willi. game-December 4. law violations since the opening The meeting will be held In Ihe of the duck season yesterday. | church auditorium with Mrs J I • , ,. „ , 'I Dewey Rice, charged wltn hunt- Mifflin as leader for the first p'ro- and ItS Lontents n 'e without a state license, won'gram on "Erangclhtic Work on of the action agalns,t Foreign Fields"; Mrs. Charles when it developed that he Cork-ran, leader Tuesday after- Fire Destroys Luxora him •lermined origin early Thursday was llndei ' 18 years of age. Edgar noon, "Educational Work on Por"'""'•' '"" — ...... - ..... - ~ ' - ..... -'.destroyed the barn and contents, consisting of hay. corn, cotton seed, and fall farming implements, uninsured, on the farm of C. E. .'Wood, operated by•• A. B. Rozzell. 1 Tjje • mules in the barn escaped without injury. . introduces New Breed of Hogs in Pemiscot Co. CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo. — A breed of hogs entirely new to this section was, introduced to. Pemiscot county this week by Carl Mcdiin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy! .Medlln of 'ihe Canady Switclv ccmmuhltj':'!''" ' " Tl'e : pigs, bought from n breeder Wright, las companion, was as ? cign Fields"; Mrs O B Wood Ecssed a fine of $10 for hunting leader, • Wednesday afternoon on without a license. ."Medical Work on Foreign Fields"Otto cuinmings, deputy state Mrs. W. L. Clark, Thursday ufler- game warden, said that he came noon's leader. "Ouv Unfinished upon the p'air hunting on the east Task," and Mrs Charles Evans i-iae of big Lake. He said they Friday on "Day of Prayer around had automatic shotguns, without) Ihe World" . " slops as required by federal regulations, were using ' live decoys, prohibited by federal regulations, and did not have state licenses ov federal stamps. He indicated that charges of violation of t ions would the' federal regula- urobably be tiled against, one or both of the youtlis in federal court, ' ' '• Tailor birds, of India, do not have to be taught to sew. A. young biul in Nebraska, arc Herefords and' reared without ever seeing ita par •have the markings of Hereford Ent s,.or a .tailor .bird nest, follows cattle. i the nest-building customs c,. u Young- Medlin and the county: .race. . : • ' agent's office expect to make a — '• —close study of the pigs, a gilt and a boar, during growth and maturing. Read Courier News wnnt Ads The Morning AfferTaking Carters Little Liver Pills PICKARD'S GROCERY THE SAFEST PLACE TO BUY YOUR MEATS & DAIRY PRODUCTS We receive Swift's Premium Beef twice weekly. Green's Grade A Pasteurized M i Ik twice dailj\ We'll rive \the most modern Frig- id.aire meat ; equipment. Variety of Cold Meets and Cheese. Fresh /Vegetables Daily. \Ve Deliver. 'Phone 673 Chickaaawba ^^^^V^^VKHBK^HH^^MI^^^^^^ Strange But True Look at Your Floors Do >ou hkr their appearance Do cold draughts come in through the crevices' It will nol cost icrj much to la£ a new. hardwood lloor o^cr the old ones Let us pi\e you an estimate'on this or other needed repairs. EAST ARKANSAS BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. A REAL CHRISTMAS BARGAIN .THIS VyEEK's SPECIAL TOOL CHEST AND TOOLS r r 18 man siza tooli— i rfrong, nicely fniihed L Chett; A plac* to keep '. thota looia $Q4S 1 t — 3-Pitct BOWL SET . Gay pastel colors.. Squars bottom pr«- venfs slipping. S»t 5'/ 2 . ' Large Assortment POCKET KNIVES 25° Tlr (/lit.. Sin 6,7 Jn^ Bwutiful lac» «dg».' ROM colored g!«u for cooliw, candy, : tobKco. Mat«l a | practic*! ?ift.' LIMIT 2 TO A CUSTOMER VELOCIPEDE ! Now SrreamliriB.'AII : Ballbearing Wheels. !'; AdjujtabU Saddle. |iBeyill|'«a;|f $ 9 SHOUSE-HENRY HARDWARE CO. J. W. Shouse "The Progressive Store" Phone 35 Wilson Henry LAST NOT1CK ON LEVEEJAXES Delinquent Date DEC. 1st Pay Now and Save Penalties and Costs '..-.,-.. . ' V MRS. 1YN P. GOCCH, Collector At Courthouse, !U> thcvillc f VOU CAM KNOCK THC DID ; APPLE OUT Of THE PARK i EVERY TIME IF YOU '"• TRAIN ON fiOOt) PURE MILK FROM PAGE,,THREF) i 'Limtcrn Man' Meets Trains at Bryn Mawr BRYN MAWR, Pa. (UP)-The "l.anU'in Man" Is buck on Iho Job nt fnMilonnble Hryii Mawr Col- li'go ihls semester. l-'or nine years. Joe llngaiiy has had ihe ^ of carrying u laiitern to the ritlli'oad station to meet, In- Joinliig nlahl Inilns nml escort Hip ilrls (o Hie dormitory. Tils "Uui- lern Mm" tradition dabs back' to Hut 'J(,s, when the approach to the college wns more lonely than nov.. ' Hagni'ty, !or, s ay s 35-5 ear-old .bnche nke.s n ln job better Ihnn UU iMovtoiu work In Ireland, where he was promoted , from n. Inieker tq n tialn conductor.,' Itcnd Courier News Want Ads -chfcks COLDS anil FEVER first'<iay Liquid, Tablet 1 !, Headachy so Salve, Nose Draft, nilnultn ' ' Try "Kub-My-'J'Ism"—World's Iks! I.liiliuent ••- TJI In clinm|ilonslilj> coiiillllim I'.v regular ilrlnklnj; of I'UllK, WIIOMiSOME, I-KKSII 'CRAIG'S Milk. - . ? A HAW I'inl- ..'.'..'.'.'.'. liultcrmllk, .Q(. MILK .... 10c ,'...• Oc . ... Gc J?HONE74^ on Ant -A pnonuds — lias miulc America Ihe world's ridicsl nation. I'i'ivalo cntorpi'ise 1ms enabled tlie American .people' lo enjoy ndvinUnges and com- forls (AY hcymul lliosu oi; imy comparably jfronl pnp'iiluUon (il.sowhcrc in the world. 1'i-iviUo dnlerpriso inehiilos tho indiVuliinl Citriner who helps produce the nation's foods, the. 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