The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 4, 1930 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 4, 1930
Page 3
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TUESDAY,- MARCH 4, 1930 Home of the "Sparklers" J™' fW '•""'. " " »^ Mfcj"— ii . ..~ ._,,,,. A Total Enrollment Is. Nearly • Equal to Population of Th« ,Village. LJTHK ROCK. Ark., March 4^If thtrt • »re persons who doubt that a mall- town in sparsely populated oounty, even in a sta'.c which ha» had to bear the ad-j vtrse etitlclsm so often directed j in toward Arkansas, - can attract na- i Thls building is the home of the "Sparklers" world : r$£ avi^ s r^orii.^ sc b"ktthTuh fr H m i °-' oom frame * .,,.u —i ,. J i...,. J ._ ,. "" lu d " ll roam t>rick »ith Smllh-Hujhe* and home economics I buildings and modern gymnasium. The faculty has grown from flv. nicmh^rc in IK i™ *!.«..... it «,. . _ • •»«• , sueh petsons Is directed to Spark- matt; DilUs county. . • The United States census of 1920 . shows Spttfkman to have a population of Ml and the same census 'Ihow* a total population in Dallas county of 14.424, yet the en- llte. n»Uon knows of the.Spark- mwi high cchool and the "Spark- J«f»," ' 10 girl students of that .. Khool wricse atlilellc ability brought ^',0-lhe little cHy the girls basket•ball championship of all ht°h • Kboola hi the United States and .Victories o**r many strong Inde- and college sextettes, as pendent well.. •* Jttwwn Threnihout Vition 1 Whether . the Sparkman high »choojr6wes Its greatness to the young weaken whose basketball •bjlltjr is •so'.ouls.tanding or wheth- .ft-.the iucce»s of the cage team is due' to' excellent opportunities of- Xered by 'the school Is a mooted queaUoa which probably will never be iettled. The fact remains, how- e^«r, that Sparkman, a comparatively ., small . community is nationally known for the sole reason that it.ruM'a high school and a championship basketball team. . Ten years ago Sparkman had an ordmary school housed In a flve- ropm .frame building with flvej Teachers. Today there stands Bfi tie-site of. the old frame build 'Ing an 11 -room brick, Including a auditorium, a splendid Smith Huf MB and home economics build Iruj'.and s gymnaijium which i* th P«d* of the town.. :' .«» faculty .of 'the Sparkma «chool v now numbers 15 teachers ,«U of them college trained and ftv .01. whom have cblicge degrees. N 1 Pi. Perrln; Is superintendent ari< nnth of the success attained b; .U» Behbol 1.. due to his untirto fud. efficient efforts. ta.lBW the Sparkman schoo aistrtet -was consolidated with tw districts, Pine- Grove -ant A result of that consoli iWas. orgaplzation of a four .9*1 W«b tchool-the only one in ;-we«t«ni part of. Dallas coun - -in, order- that other districts COgtrt ' benefit ' frbin the - corisolida l«on,- the 1 Speriman school wa ' . gown rom v. numbers (0 15 In the same time. The 6 ute department of education considers the Sparkman school a fair example of results being obtained from rural school consolidation in Arkansas. Methodist Laymen To Hold Special Services l.UXORA, March 4. — Carrying out a plan adopted by the pastor Rev. Arthur L. Riggs, the laymen of (he uixora Methodist church will have charge of the 11 o'clock services at the church Sundav, March 9. . . The following program has been arranged: Subject: The Christian Layman and World Peace. Leader, J. W. Lynch, International Agencies for World Peace, Dr. E. R. Bogan; the Kcllogg-Briand Peace Pact, Chas. Thomas; The Christian Layman's Contribtuion to World Peace Prof U. C. Barnetl. The last laymen's meeting was put on-by the Woman's Missionary society. On the dates of these special services the pastor fills the pulpit at Rose, on the Luxora circuit. . students 'in / Mwuilng, -Manchester. Da ,'«,»*-•• &u«chlta,' school ' districts XW?" 111 ? 11 " .was' pro school Seven the 'n ,the rura of the fide residents of at the --is month, confident of aaaln srss^ 11 * 1 -"*^: Vege Regular Attendance ', of LnxoraBible Class urging "ttendance and particlpn- H 1 ' work of "»e class. class was organized several •Bow •par? of the Sundav the church - The Lone Oak Items Misses Jewel' and Mildred Maxwell vlsitd the Misses Turnage Sunday. ' ' " Kinnard Walters spent Saturday night with Wess Carl Richardson of Gosnell. Mr. . and Mrs. Murvtn Cooke spent. Sunday with 'Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Hartfleld. of Lone Oak. ; Mr. and Mrs. Frazier Ashbiirh were guests of Mrs. . Ashb urn's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hood, of Yarbro, Saturday night. • Miss Onomae . Turnage visited Mrs; Odie.Huey Sunday. , R. L., Guy and Raymond Maxwell will return Wednesday fron Pirie- Bluff where they have been visiting their, elster, . Mrs. H. • E Cote:;;'; v • '• ' ' '• '• EL 5t MO! St. Louis Uely Glad to Relate Her Fine Bxperjence Witfc ; New and Different : Medicine. -. covertng fh«!f' gardens during th oojd days .to prevent, f reeling. '••'." Walter- Maxwell, was . a -'visitor, ii the.MlJae.r hoinc Saturday night. • ' ' ' .. •TheSboys arid.'glrU 'of .atri played ithe Lone Oak batl.teani'Fri day, and YafSro wpr).;"A"retUrh game is scheduled for. FrliUy-aft-''!farbrQ.*hfin' tbi'.'Lorv Oak team hopes' to win th« l»ure'j' •' iTtieie -wai .-' a' nwelfrig ir v tp! schopt Wednesday . nlgnt 'for: .K organization 'at » • boys' i baieb team this 'suminer, . ' ' ''.'."' -'• Miss Beatrice.. .<5J»Ko' : ip«pt&u, day. flfterrioon'' wlth'iMlisei 'Je*« and- Mildred Mwi well :,•; Aches and Paiite Rheumatic pains, neuralgic head, aches, and aches accompanying colds yield almost' instantly . to Capiidlne. Being liquid it acts much quicker than tablets or powders, is easy on the stomach' arid contains no narcotics. Capudine relieves by soothing the nerves. Has been used over 30 years—a true and tried remedy. 30c and Me bottles at drug stores. - (ad*> OFFERED FN Simple Home Remedy at Last Banishes the Trouble. Now Feels Like a New- Man To End Fat -«* ?- • .« . . : them. In almost cv ^agw^ssifS "-»*. Don't remain abnormaT/Sl S*** • B PP'7 Mirmola at II a box. »bo* «atei the formula i ml tells, the tr^TfcK 7^'"- % M « row ''"8thi!', « year feiendj have done, at owe. DOCTORED YEARS WITHOUT RELIEF "I suffered and doctored for years with piles and some sort 01 Intestinal trouble. Then I learnet about Colac Pile Pills—my sionu ach trouble disappeared—piles qull bleeding and hurting, and I fee: like a new man. Tliey are IOC per cent efftclent. and I can't recommend them enough." writes Joseph Schlndler, Brick Mason of Ghent, Minn. Thousands of men and women In flgony with troubles of this sort have found Colac Pile Pills stop the pain and banish every sign of their trouble almost as if by. magic Just a couple pills with a swallow of water at each me>l for a few days does the work. Down deep inside to the root of trouble where no suppository or salves could reach SO these remarkable pills, hurra- less, healing, soothing and effect no other part of the body. Doctors endorse new Internal way. obtain of druggist on guarantee of complete relief or money back, or send 75c for regular bottle postage paid, by return mail. Cola« Chemical Co., Brenlwood, Md. Adv Gosnell to Have Big Benefit Show On Friday Night ; A big evenln* of entertainment , when r, 1(30 B«*uty Chorus" and » JftUxy ol home talent musicians ". 'KWr performers will stage a °5« rt '°n 'or the benefit ol the North 6*wba cemetery. The cut »m include the Mlsies Bobble Bevill, Dlanne Powell, Ruby Crimes and Beth Powell, who com- pou » quarlei, usler Richardson, Garland Needham, Earl Moslcy Louis* Wadnty, Ray Priiitt, s. L Retct, and Bettic Wadley The. commlilee In charge of the affair consists o! MVI-HA r r.>mni n Myrtle Bevlll, UUI."^^.^ 1 B. 9Mtl. W. H. Helm of 8lni. e : ville Is the dlvector. . Old time music by S L Reece agent for the Kanjas c Ity Ditcher and Oracler company, (j ed to prove an especially feature. . The following numbers will be given: "My old Kentucky Home," girls' quartet; sketch, Helm and wadley; Tlic Book Agent, Hary Contest. Lmlies' Nail Driving Con- !m f ', Flour Dlvll> * C«nt«t. The Wireless Teleplwne, The IXKlor'a Office, Beauty Contest, Cake Riffle, Grand Finale. Those of ILS who have contended tliut what a man likes In a picture Is the best evidence of whether It, Is nrt or not and whether it deserves a place In his home will find confirmation for oUr belief In (he action^ the New York judges of art exhibit. They awarded the law prize to a picture which it *"'"».Covered, had been hu.i" on Its side. I don't care whelhw it " » cow or * mountain, or a ship, I know what Mike, PAOETHBE6 MRS.. DMtA BAUER • • ' Konjola )s a different medicine simply . because It scores 'Ylctory afwr victory In cases that haye defied and resisted all .mediciufs and treatments' tried. This Is not a boast. It. I* a. fact . sstabUslied and proved In' thbilsands' of taiis iike thai of Mrs.-Dpr* -Bauer, 3«3 St. Vincent arenue, 'St. Louis.'head her grateful words: : "How I wish that ererjr sufferer from neuritis .could know what Konjola did for me. Par ten years I endured agonies 'from this awful ailment.' 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