The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 2, 1940 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 2, 1940
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^^ Society — Personal Mfcw Uevn McOaiin and Miw NclvR Jean McCunn spent tlio week end in Matthews with friends .Mrs. Monlia Mldiie ami ilaiuh- ter, Alice, mumed lo their home m Cape Glranlenu lUler a week's visit here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. clarlec Glllilniul 1P..I Monday to spend tlic winter in points of Florida. Ruble Burns left over the week e«8 for Holta, Mo., where he Is attending (he school of Mines after .sH.ondiiijf the holidays here with "Is parents, Mr. iiuti Mrs. Earnest Bums. Mr. and Mrs. Ciaston Brown nntl daughter left .Saturday afternoon for their home in Washington, D. C., after a visit here Hilli relatives. Miss Iris Cunningham has re-1 turned to her home in New York I City after a visit here with her' father, u lc nev . .j. w . Cunningham. Mr. and Mrs, Cormnck McDonald have returned to (heir home in Matthews titter n week's visit here with i-eJaliws. liuiley -fttitleilge has returned Irom Fulton, MLss,, where he spent (lie holidays with his parents. !le is vocational agriculture teuclier of Ihe Sieclr. high .school. Mr. mm Mrs. Ray .lone:, spent hist, week end at 'iy and Mrs. Cleo TUckc'r Mr. and Mr.-;. Carl l>.nham left today for their home in Jacksonville, Fla. Till'/ will ))D ;ICC'0!)lp:U>l«l home by Haven McClure. who will work there. fiilas VY'rizlil. of Keko. Nob., is vlsliiiij! his parents. Mr. uml Mr;;. J. M. Wrislu. and other relatives. Ml. uiul Mrs. Killesl Thompson Imvp returned to Dieir home In Kansas c:ilv after a week's visit hero with relatives. BT.YTHEVTLLE! (AUK.) 1 CQWRffiR NEWS Bowiien went to Florida wlierp Mrs Uowden will spend the winter. Mr. Bovvdi'U will reliini to Joiner Iti the nest few days. Miss Toddy Mitchell and friends attended the footb:ill ynmr. in union Rouge, I-i., on New year's Eve. Miss Mildred GoiiBh, of Memphis, and Joint'['. Lolla, of Miuked Tree, spent !he holidays with tlielr sister uiul aunt, Airs. \V. T. Mitchell. Mis, Charles ijenl, the former .Ml™ .Miritini Sluytoii. of here, mid ininnt son, Charles Slnyion Ben I, have been removed from tlic Me- Lenime clinic in Memphis. Miss AWiii Ruth Six-ck visited j liei- sister, Mrs. Howard Prench I ihe former Miss Virginia £i]>ctk, iii j Memphis (or (he past week. PAGE THREE Fahcy Advises Lenders JICTimiES DF Into Apartments ;md Mrs, Joe llCjislf >'nmri!h>K (i lt .||. |, onu . , lt Clilckiisuwba aveinm which, , f arc I Work HID Ivi'i'X mi when residence. Johns Demonstration Club News Notes I To Hold Revival At Full gospel Church Tile l!ev. .-iiul Mrs. Kmnk Mus- saralio, of Memphis, will lir-jjiu an evangelistic meeting til tlic Rill Cicstwl church on Lilly mid vine streets tonight, it was announced suffer from Colds? For quick , relief from cold symptoms take CGG Lliiuld - TaHels - Salvo • Nose Drojis TUESDAY —PAL 2 ailmillcd for price of 1 ; Nick Carter—Detective : with Walter Pidgcon & Rila JolniMi Abo selected shorts WED. - THUR. OLD MAID lietie Davis -- Miriam Hopkins George llrent Paramount News & Comedy ROX Y TUE,-WED.-THUR. Covered Trailer H-ifli James, Lucille & Russell Glcnson Also selected shorts LISTEN TO KLCN 11:00 a.m.-12:45 p.m. —4:30 p.m. Phone Ritz 224 Club Klecls OffiVcrs Mrs. Lewis Dowers was elected president of the Lost Cam» Home Demonstration club at a rccciii meetln" of that group for 11 Ciirlsiinn.i parly. Other officers chosen were: Mrs. Joniilc Staler, vice president; Mrs. Sam C. Finclior. secretary and treasurer; Mrs. J. D. LUIlcjolm, reporter. After lunch, gifts were distributed and business was transacted Miss Cora Lee Colemnn, comity home demonstration agent, explained the club work. Joiner News Has Iliidgc Varly ^5ls. E. B. Chiles Sr. entertained eight guests with a bridge party at her home near Pecan Point Wednesday night for her daughter, Sara, of Louisiana. * * 4 Mr. and Mrs. Hufus Branch mid children. Hufus Jr. and Betty, attended the Rose Bowl football game Pasadena New Year's played Day. S./E. Harrison has returned to the Memphis Baptist hospital for further treatment. This is the third lime that Mr. Harrison, who has been ill for the past eight weeks, has returned to tlie hospital. Mrs. Bryan Burkett attended a luncheon in Memphis yesterday Dr. and Mrs. N. R. nosey and daughter, Nina, and granddaughter, Rose Reddick. motored to Florida for a two weeks' vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Waddy Bollon and daughters, Juanlta and Marie,- of Water Valley. Miss., spent Ihe holidays with the Harrison family. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bowden spent ihe holidays in Georgia with relatives. From Ihere Mr. and Mrs. A now iivlnu room Is being add- e<l on the cenler front of tho resl i'o Reward Good Homes |umi - fan? Hewnrd B<) od design llKl i, , .,,_,, ,£,,, u*n i i_uii- Miiietlon with liberal loans mui low Interest rules, anil BPIillcii- lor loaiis on mi; other klml Oiu> betlioui)] and R |j n (li Organization Groups RFC, FHA, Home Loan Board And Others •••"*• "•• u ijuui luuiii "• is*" u,v •mini iul<li':l tu tti(! run-, ftiul of OH' r-Vck-j-n) ham-ox in Hi i A <.t .\.s..d Hoard, of homes. jlnandnu Institutionsnrp »r««l by .Mhn H. Rihey. chairman e la» '11 ic divers I lied iU'lirlUc.s of Die F mcnt In (he iciuli Held Imvo been donned will l)p tlie home of Ml«i t ^^^^^'^^^^^,^ to mljoin the new bedroom. er roers Itlie oilier null, vvhlch will be ^ui-eis lumgni, n was announced Tl , iv.mmy ;uiu mtunciai --•• ' today by' the Rev. A. A Jenkins wvo " cm 'tennrd by Jesse pastor of the church, j Jo | lc ' s ' I»'omtneiit in Administration Receive Bids »s in tin. present home «f lni^e id. and hav and fnr-reachlnc '""« IT011 '. tjedroom. kitehen and balh PVdcrnl Goi-eiu- t" 1 " 1 ; "" 0) ' I'"' Willis will Ix.' ol [ Tlie apartment financial k » M * l»™. |,,led th™,«|'Z four rooms nml a being leiU'cor- :it 7:45 o'clock. Special singing will be a fciUuvc at ench service lo which (lie public is cordially Invited. Down Memory Lane 10 Years Ago Southern California's powerful Trojan eleven gave the powerful Golden Panthers of Pittsburgh n 47 to 14 drubbing in the Rose Howl iainc at Pasiulena yesterday. Five Vears Ago With the coast still dazed by Die most sensational exhibition of football magic ever witnessed In a Rose Bowl game here Alabama's wonder team was cnroiite back lo Tuscaloosa with another win added lo lls record of Rose Bowl play. The score: Alabama 29, Stanford" 13. Ovc Year Agu With n "niovl'e 1 Ilnlsh Southern California pulled another Rose Bowl game out of the fire today in ihe closing seconds o! tlie game, defeating Duke. 7 to 3. — n.s chairman of the Reconstruction Fimince ration and now adintnlstratoi Ihe new Federal Loan Agency. "The president created the Fed- of Annex To Hospital Heated Batlirooin Floor Draws Much Attention time for the purpose ol stiimilallns; «ml stabilizing finaiieinl, • At The Hospitals Hlylhevillc hospital Paul Ncrmnn, Hayti. admitted. Memphis Kiptlst hnspUnl Miss Mollic Stnrnes. Reiser admitted. Walts Hospital James Curtis Pcnnlngtoii, Armorel, admitted. H. c. Gray, city, admitted. NEWTON, Mass. (UP)—Firemen, dressed in tuxedos and stilT shlrt.s, battled a $50,000 blaze when a general alarm called them from tlie annual s>olice ball. YOU CAN STILL JOIN OUR 1940 CHRISTMAS SAVINGS CLUB Plan for Next Christmas—Enjoy It More! You CAN have an enjoyable Christmas season without financial worries joimng: our Christmas CInb NOW! Next Christmas you have the money for your gjfls saved . . . you ciln , rjvc , rclu . rousl .: ,!;,£„,,( worrying about Ihe bill. !,cnciousi> without A Club For Every Purse 25c WEEKLY - RECEIVE $12.50 SAVE SAVE SOc WEEKLY SAVE $1.00 WEEKLY SAVE $2.00 WEEKLY SAVE $5.60 WEEKLY RECEIVE $25.00 RECEIVE $50.00 RECEIVE $100.00 RECEIVE $250.00 THE FIRST NATIONAL IN BLYTHEV1LLE MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION , , -•-«> commercial .am! •imluslria! businesses" Agencies brought under (he Federal I,o(in Agency include the UPC Electric Hojne and P,irm Anlhor- DLsasler Loan Corporation Federal National Morl 6 -i s e A.ssocla- ion, Ftdcral Home Loan Bank. , v . Board. Home Owners Ixinn Corpo- ',,.„.' 1 : f\ t inil irWliii-o I f....!.... . . "Illj laboratory fcr J cully hctilcd (i| t . bnthroom lloor I recently; leslpd In a l/w Aniii>lr>i; "PpioMmalcly WO.OOO. home Is alhaetlnB TOnslVlevable is lo luive 22 rooms attention. J new operndne rooms, bnthroom wall. It lakes aumii. 20 X-ray room mid a minutes for the tile lo reach SO the new eriiilpmein degrees R and less (Jinn MVP min- .. ^ - b ., .|... L, L^V MV^.kVl^ I . {HIM J\^^ Ulllll IIVC 111 III" Hie hospllnl plans to pur- i ules to dispel tho chill and make it was aniioimijed today. I Hie llle ccmfoihible to walk uiion tiucl brick strut:-1 In Uarcfect. ehase The concrete and brick slriic- lurc, which will be flrcproof, will Henrn nml Division streets, nml i will extend east and west. Walls hospital wns established . 1. t!)38 by Ur. mid Mrs. J. M. Walls who operate tlic business. Dudley Jones, tf Memphis, Is Ihe architect. Foreclosures Low For 12 Year Period Nonfiirni real estate foreclosures have reached n 12-year low, with American home owners .selling n higher slnndard In meeting payments on Ilielr mortgages than wits true even in ihe prosrjeroiis c- ration. Federal Savin 6 Insurance Corporation. Dxpoii-Im- port Hank of Washinstoi), and Federal Housing Administration. RFC C'oiiuil With Ciedil .lam Describing tlielr functions Air Jones declared the HFC as created because bunks and oilier financial Institutions could not C0 pi> with the paralyzed credit .sltimlloii re- .sultlng from the depression. "The RFC makes loans of nearly every kind," lie continued. "Originally il was authomcd lo make mn!™" 1 fl , id ,°f ? BrlcllUllrc . «™ - ••"•-" '" »'i- prospei-OHs nieice, and industry. Tlie Act has of 192710 1030 officials of Ihe been <i!s.H'nde^ from lime to lime to ernl Home Loan Uank Hoard broaden Its powers and Increase Us clnre services to the country." I T |, c 7 .37^ foreclosures in October In so large and varied an opera-1 were below the fl-iire for the aver .ion there will be many Individual jane month for nm- of the last !•' losses but earnings of the Corpora-!;years. 'HUs was a decrease of »M lion win cover them, and there will^ finm September ami 1,227 from no net loss, lie said, adding thai October hist year, nccordtnp lo tho i HFC has an operating surplus Board's Division of and °i\«L $26 J' 000 ,' Q00 - j Statistics. An estimated li5 per ™ „, ',' P "' r '' s Fl " iu "-' c " I cenl of the foreclosures arc on Antlmrii ? clnc , Fn ™ '""' Homc ' "°'" cs ' " IC rost ' °" commercial Authonty has already licrpcd 125,- proirertics l° rt ir iS<!11 u" Crs t0 blly 8ns nlui Thc 89 ' 727 foreclosures in -ll, c -'kctric appliances for tlieir homes • first 10 monihs 6[,'{lns vcnr'^weve on easy paymenLs." Mr. Jones sail!. 10.5 percent under Uic'sniiie iHiiiotl loans average $150 and of 1938 and established a new low very useful purpose. January-October record tor the lasl I.«H" , Morl ° fl S c Company nine years. The Board's figures lends on income - producing real cover foreclosures by all types of estate, and both It and Ihe Federal' homc-morlgagc Insliliilions ' NnUoiinl Mortgage Association buy The Improvement Is aUribnlcd lo lOj-tgaEes insured by the PfJA. - increased emplojmuit. «« well as Disaster loans, made by the Dis-.,.lower interest, rales and long-leim aster Loan Corporation, have found amortized loans popularised bv the their way to 33 states In the past HOLC. the FHA. '„,«! the Ho e i-hrcc yours and have benefited sev- Loan Bank system -•ral hundred thousand people. ' Aid For Exports "Thc Export-Import Bank ivns created to aid American exporters in financing, the exportation of agricultural surpluses and iiminifca- turcd products." The Federal Housing Administration and the Federal Home Loan Bank Board (Including HOLC), formerly independent agencies, are seasoned organizations. Mr. Jones declared, and their operations are widely known. "I "should like the Federal Loan Agency (o be a credit stabilizer." Mr. Jones said, "nqt lcmllng?niouQ$) indiscriminate!}' but' '• ready! ! ai nl! times to furnish credit when tor any reason credit is not I FHA Will Earn | Expenses Next Year I The Federal Housing Adtnlnis- j tration \vlll be entirely self-supporting In tlie next fiscal year, even lo Ihe cxlcnt of adding 11 substantial amount, to Its Insurance reserves Administrator Stewart McDonald has told Federal Lonn Admlnlstra- rf • - — •" D iujk. it,VUUi from private-sources on fairtc..,. —credit for. industry, business, agriculture, real estate, railroads, public bodies, public works, and, In fact for every useful purpose thai ivill provide employment, stimulate business, and otherwise promote the public wrifnre." I tor Jesse Jones. Estimates of the Administration's Income In Die year beginning July 1. 10-10 show revenues of more than 522.000,000. This ainoiinl will I tie sufficient to cover expenses I which probably will equal the $13800.000 spent lasl year, and to add more than $8,500.000 to the Mortgage Insurance Fund and the Housing Insurance Fund, maintained to meet possible losses on mortgage insurance, and to reserves for losses under Tillc I iirnxli-Milratlon-loan j insurance). Rise in insured Groups I'rivuli! Investments tn Insnral suvinss, buildlni! and loan associations Increiised 17 per cet iliirlni} Ihe fiscal year endiint last Juno 30, a new record for financial hislltii- tlons, Nniieiit Fallen. B onor«l manager or Hie Federal KiiviiiEs and 1*1111 insiinincc Corporation, reports. TliB accounts of Investors In nearly 2,200 such hisUlullims are insured up to 55,0(10 each by the Corporation. Other favorable factors hi Mr Pillion's report nro a 15 ncr cent Biiln In the tutul number or private Investors In these iixsnclnlloiis, an 11 per cent Increase In assets, a H per cent rise In Hie home mortmigcs held, and 11 12 per cent, decline In their real csliili- holcllnijs. The Improvement amonu Insured inslt- (titloiis was nallon-wido. Snfc - - Your Piracrlpllon Druggist Fowler Drug Co. Main * First |ii, nnc j4 BUY STANDARD TIRES <C$* 5^ ^ iOTHER SIZES UNO Y01IB OLD TIRE '4.40-21 4.50-21 "l.ciuU'1's lioid the purse slriniis 1 ') the linn) iinulysh they can siiy •'hether the American public k to invo t:ood, .-louml homes or \ w lit IMP mercy ,,f inexperienced ethical oni'intor.s." he _ Tiirksy Utah (UP;— - .. wlio didn't KU well with holiday salos publicity [dans for next year which they hope will alleviate the " to vae .slluntlon. They will attempt o replace the eagle as )ialloiia) bird HEDUCR SENSIHLY 'Wllh :i course of ijivi'iUsh .Mas. s;igc and Vapor Baths. Healthful anil Invlgoralhijr. MRS. RUTH LAWHON At Margaret's Iteauly Simp MAKE 1940 YOUR BUILDING 1'V mmiy people, !!I<IO will murk the ht'Kinniiifr of home owncr.sln'i), (he 1)0- Kltniinff of fnlin-c scenrity, lite advent of H new sliuiilitrd of living comforts. Your family ran bo one of those WHO will move iiilo new Imme.s (his year, liuniH't'il under liberal \?}}\ ( ern \ K ;ll low interest rules. Mnny of these homes will he [ilanued anil built by UH. 1'crhiips yours will he one. Let's' (ulk il over. THE ARKMO LUMBER CO. Phone 40 Quality Service LOAMS 'ROPOftTIONATELY LOW// AT TODAY'S LOW PRICES! Repair Loans Create Work, Improve Homes As modernization-loan insurance proceeds at the rate of approximately 1.500 cases every business day. with a minimum of two or three men being put, t c work di- rcclly on each project, tlic contributions to employment being made oy the Federal Housing Administration's Modernization Credit Plnn arc enormous, it has been i»mln:l out by Administrator Stewart McDonald. .More than 2,300,000 American famine* and small bmlnrasmeji have been enabled to modernize anil improve their properties with loans Insured by the FHA tinder Title 1 ol tlie National Housing Act. The number of these loans crossed the two million mark in the early purl o! summer and has continued it.s increase. Tlie loans represent advances by qualified private lendms Institutions for modernizing, repairing, altering, or otherwise improving pro|>crties. "If we take into consideration the number of workers removed from relief rolls through, activities, along with taxes paid into the (re.isury by business stimulated thereby, il seems to me the small los,s record represents an excellent Investment on the part of the government." Mr. McDonald said. Read Courier News irant ads. Although safety plate glass may break under severe Impact (lie plastic binder hclds the fragments firmly together. As Low As CAc Per Week On Our I Read Courier News Want Ads IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CH1CKASAWBA DISTRICT OP MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS; PROBATE DIVISION THEREOF. IM RE: The Estate of Mrs. Ucllc Clark, Deceased. Notice Is hereby given that lel- Icrs of administration were granted to the undersigned, upon tlie e.slale of Mrs. Belle Clark, better known as Mrs. J. F. Clark, deceased on tlie 1st day of December, 1939, by (he Chancery Court, Probate Division thereof, of Mississippi County, Arkansas. All persons having claims or demands against said estate, must present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned, for allowance before the end of one year from Ihe date of granting of said letters. If not so presented within such time they will be forever barred; and lliose claims presented within six months will have priority over those filed after lapse of six months. Dated this 1st day of December, 1939. R. D. DASHIELL, Administrator of the estate of Mrs. Belle Clark. Neil! Reed, Attorney for administrator, 2-9 BUDGET PLAN PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. HOME OWNERSHIP Make 1940 Your Home Building Year Il's xi) easy to liuilil n home on the FHA Plan. Monthly payments as loiv us SS.Sl [ior StOflO incltulcs lirintipiil. inleresf and FIIA insurance. You gel nil ihe iKlvnnlnifc.s of «ti KHA-INSUKE1) ftlORTCJAfi'E plus nnr own personal attention (o your ho mi- Iniilding niul finiincin^ prohlcm. Mr. I). C. Sutherland, our designer and supervisor will lit; ji'ml to assist yon with your plans and give yon the ilelml.s alintif FIIA Financing. ' Phone 100 E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER GO. Low Rates Long Terms Prompt Inspections Prepayment Privileges FARM LOANS Wilson and Worthington First Nationisl Hank Blrfc. Blythcville, Ark, Authorized Mortgage Loan Solicitors for Tho Prudential Insurance Company of America CLARENCE H. WILSON RAY WORTHINGTON

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