The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 5, 1930 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 5, 1930
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. MIGHT Works Her Way Through Flying School in New York Restaurant. BY JUI.lA UI.ANSllARn NK.t Kmlrr Wrllcr , NEW YORK.—Bo li ! .1 )l V ll r II h want', to fly! She. literally is tipping wc-r way hoavfmraiU Mornings, f" (rim L'rack unltorm and '.Unto oignnav nprdn mid cap, she Grinds at attention In' a New York rer.tnurr.nt wblle customers order their colic? and. toast or cluU luncheons, nit- ernoons and evenings she divide-- between-ni'lug out on Long Islnivi iiiid studying the ground woik 01 aviation at the New York Unlvci- siiy. Tills little waitress expects to get her miich-covcteri pilot's licens:', reward for 40 hours of solo llylny, in about two months. Alronrly si}.- lias many solo hours lo her credit, and her flying Instructors suy slie handles a plnnp likr n veteran. Beulah dldn'l tnkc up nvlnilor just for the romance of it, for this 'rather naive-looking little 100 per cent American girl, with her soft vplce anil shy'smile, seems to hnv_- a hard-headed business sense, .": , 1'ly "I have vailed (able for five years steady," she (old me, at .firM a bit loath to'.talk. "Before thai I waited three -vacation, In summer resorts. I decided If you liiiva .to work for a. living—and I do—i; . would be unslble to go lino something thai was more like pl:iy than it was like work.-Aviation Is the most exciting thing there Is for a girl to. do. Aiid besides that, li xceps you oul In the open nil tin time, which means an nwfiil to: to a girl who hns worked insldj ever since she was 15. .-Bculnh \wis born In Bcticrson, Md., the younjer of two stsim who have stuck together through . loss of their father and their cliancc at college. Bculnh worker her.way through three years of high school, waiting table. When her okler sister decided to try her Hick at a secretarial Job- in Washington, U. G.,- Betilah rolled up her white aprons and caps and went along. They got work together in a hottl in Palm Beach one winter. From there •they went to Boston. About a y«ar ago Uiey decided to try New York and here they arc. : llelpcd Her. Sister Bi'ulah helped pay her sister's tuition at business'school..Now that ^=^^. r ^,i'!l^£^^ Soon She'll Have Her Pilot's License "»<> Blvltm Merrill Wednesday Mesdames Bert and George Uos? Miss Modlne Gotham ol Hick- morl fs attending school here. J. A. Cassldy sr., was in Blythe- vllle Tuesday night or last week Misses Preston Perry and Mli- <a-ed Ray hiked to Blythevllle Friday. Mrs. Thomas Haslett and Mrs Harvey McKay were the guests of Mrs. J. A. Cassldy sr., Monday of last week. Harvey McKay spent the weekend In Blythevllle. Deulah 0. ml, the Rid who. works us .1 waitress to earn money to pav for flying lesions- is iMctured -it I , y ! 1S ° SS ' >" S - , bCf ° re lal: " IK "" for " sol ° nl 3' u - B "<- "fc I- »ol nil flying forBculiKhd i rleht. she Is shown ns clie nppcjrs during the hours she works ns :r waitress, ojftl Insert a c?6 S e-n, •Inlcen nt the Hying Held. - '' -. she 1ms n gootl Fecrctnrlnl positio In n doctor's ollk-e, .she jni.vs lue rent or Hie one hiill-bi'drouin they tccnjiy. nnd in every wiiy Hint she cnn. encourages neiilnh in her nlr- mlmlcdiKKS. "I tlcm'i spend uny money at till hnnlly." Ueulnli confldi'd. "I net two Qooil m-als ;i tiny with my' job. nnd olten don't need a tliifd. My initial ins lake euro of ray daytime: clothes. I never go out"to dunces, so I hnven't. benight any'-parly ciiessjs. 1 make my own Ilitiigs. I always wear black becnusv. ll's ensicr to keep looking nice. I gucs; I usually get through n week on about $4_w or $5 lor myself. I never even go to the movies. Last year, I was just dying to go tu the-big dinner they gave tor Lindbergh bin I couldn't ailord 11." . ' Up at Six '..When Rculnli nrst sleirted ns n ivnltirss Jnsl year, sliu \v,is given the alternoon and evening shift.. She n-eidc good at It,.then went to 111? manager nnd quietly explained Mini she needed daylight hours in which to learn Hying. He swlic!:?d her over to the early morning shift. She gets up before six every ilny, Is on the job before seven so she c/in finish right after luncli and get lo the flying nclil before dark. She ivouta litre to become a regular trnnsuorlalion pilot sonic day She is not Interested In flying thn Atlantic or doing any other stunt "I know they ilon'l like girls lor many brandies of aviation," sh» said. "Dili I think Hint-will change I think If I get. my license ami prove I am a goad pilot, I gel work. Anyhow," she smiled, "it 1 .; worth walling for!" ' NO LEAN SEASO.V HE: I hear that you have just opDiicil up n beauty parlor. SHE: Vcs,' I'm Hvlnj; oit the fnt of ihc land.—Answers. Huffman News Mrs. Fannie Welch, whp.has been al the home of her daughter, ihs Virgil tjrlbs. is 1 now with'her 1,011 Ilnbort Welch, at Hlcknmn. Mr: and Mrs. Llsh 'Adfclsson ami nephew, o, E., who have been ill. arc much improved. ? . Miss Ulvlitn Merrill," who' is suffering with infected tonsils.. w;is in Varbro Tuesday-to coirailt her physician, Dr. McLean. .; ... ; Mlu Prestoli Perry' 1ms- been with-'liert'i-aridjiiotlier,.-Sirs. Emma Perry, wlio Is ill). Mrs. Perry Is Improving. . ! • . j.tnics Wnlker, son of Mr. (i".l Mrs. J. T. Walker, was ill the past week'..Dr.,Mason of Tyler was th^ attending physician. Mr. Beau and family,of D;!! have moved on the McKay, farm. Miss Gladys Wnmack of Br.rficl:! was the guest of the MJsses Clear Lake Farm Mr. and Mrs. John Monlcy visited the latter's parents Fr'day night. ' Mr. and Mrs. Odein visited Mr nnd Mrs. Fred Garner Sunday afternoon. Mrs. J. M. Haynes and daughter of Recce called on Mrs. o. R. Harmon Tlmrsday alternoon. Curllti Ellb motored to Memphi.i Saturday .morntiig to consult i ;;|X.'clallst. Lanyon Joiner has returned to his home after attending business college at Chlllicolhe, Mo. Travis Ellis and Miss Hazel Harmon motored to Dell Sunday aftcr- nuon. Mr. and Mrs. John Williams of Lone Oak spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. .Walter Brown. Karl Baker lias returned to his home at Tupelo, Miss., alter spending the 'winter with his brother Frank Hill. The Clear Lake Farm conimis- sary has been placed in the hands of a new riianagcr, who came here from Steele, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hill enter- lained a 'parly of young folks Wednesday evening. Aniong those on the sick list In tliis community arc Mrs. o. R. Harmon', Mrs. Charley McCormlck. O. T. Garner and Johnson Ellis. Midway Notes Ltisora, R. 1.—n. w. Lowry and Miss Nellie May Kdington of Bur- t!clte were married February. 21 at ihc residence of (he Rev. A. J. Hill. They wore accompanied by Miss Iowa's Hope Iowa's hope for honors at the Miami bathing beauty pageant. March 7 to 10. is Ycvone Clcgg. above, of Belle Plalne. She recently was . chosen "Miss Iowa." Gladys I,owry and J. W. Lowry of Braggadocio, Mo. Lexie Johnston suffered a very painful injury recently when he accidentally cut open his knee with an ax. Mrs. Grace McPadden and Mrs. E. M. McDonald were visitors In Blythevllle Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hill, Frank Llnd and'L. A. Maxwell were visitors In Osceola Thursday. Hubert Cole, Chester Wooldridge, Mr. McMillan and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Moody were visitors in Luxora Thursday. Mrs. L. A. Maxwell and son Junior and Mrs. A. J. Hill visited Mrs. Bennlck and family o{ Sandv Ridge Wednesday. % F. H. Kennedy and family of Kelser visited their diughter, Mrs Emily Lind, who Is ill, a week ago Sunday. - Mrs. Josie Rodgers of Burleston Tcnn., visited Mrs. Emily Llnd for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Em Dugan and family and Mr. and Mrs. .Collin Dugan and family of Luxora visited Mr. and Mrs, A. J. Hill and family Wednesday. Gus McGougan visited friends at Big Lake for several days. Gasnell News Mr. and Mrs, Sikcct Chism are the parents ol a seven-pound baby, born at 6 o'clock Monday morning. . Mis. Slg Ings is somewhat Improved after facing confined to her bed for some lime following a stroke of paralysis. Miss Thelma Richardson has returned to Lone Oak where she is attending school. Mrs. C. E. Cooke spent the aft- HOME THEATRE Wednesday and Thursday Janet Gaynor Charles Farrell "LUCKY STAR" The Screen's Great Lovers With Comedy • Admission, Matinee and Night 10-25c i', MARCH 5, 1930 erncon with Mrs, Salllc Covington Monday. Rush Austin, Hiram Austin and T. J. Richardson called on Mies Grace Hale, Avis Grimes and S. E. Bevlll Sunday nlghc. Mr. and Mrs. C, E. Cookc were visitors at Number Nine Sunday. RITZ THEATER Last Time Today Hear Him Sing! More Thin-ling Than Ever! Maurice Chevalier —in— "The Love Parade" Admission, Matinee 10-35c ^Admission, Night 25-50c THURSDAY AND FRIDAY ALL TALKING! fW*r^ «H«!\\ •. ATTEN-SHUN/ 1 you're commanded'* "f* 6 tJlarion DAVIES,, MARIANNE —with— Lawrence; Gray Cliff Edwards Benny Rubin SONGS! LAUGHS! THROBS! THRILLS! Novelty Reel. 'The Doll Shop" All Colored and Fox News Admission,'Matinee 10-30c Admission, Night 15-40 clearance SALE If you ore one of the millions wJio hove corr..e to depend on the motor car for your pleasure and business needs, then you will find in the Triple Filtered Paraffin Base- BE SQUARE Motor Oils the happy onswer to carefree motoring .. . but, if you ore one Of thousands to whom Q lubricant means much more, perhops even safety to life itself in the air ... then you will doubly appreciate these fine motor oils, prod- wets of trie World's First Refiner with a. background of 70 years pioneering. Motor Oils tested under conditions you will never encounter. At ali Barnsdall stations and dealers, wherever you see the BE SQUARE brcde mavL Crowds! Values! Never before have we staged a used car event that has attracted such tremendous crowds! N ever before have we been able to offer such amazing values. Remember—during this Great Spring Clearance Sale we are featuring used cars with the genuine red "OK that Counts" tag—your guarantee of quality and dependability on used cars that have been thoroughly reconditioned. So determined are we to clear our stocks immediately that prices have been ruthlessly sacrificed. Read the typical bargains listed below. Act quickly if you would save as never before! Only a few more bargain days left! Hurry to this sale of sale* now! BIG BARGAINS IN 4 AND 6 CYLINDER CARS... SEX THEM TODAY SQUARE MOTOR OILS 1929 Chevrolet Coup?-Original Duco ilnlsh, clean upholstery, tires that show little wear. Rcudy to give faultless service for thousands of miles. A rcul bargain 1928 Chevrolet Touring—You can't, afford to miss this bargain. Car looks like liew. wood wheels. New Duco finish. Special Spring Clearance Sale 1026 Nosh coach—This popular 6-cyllnder automobile has many attractive features. Tires, upholstery, motor and finish are all in good shape. Buy It today Af pn tor only : <pl5U 1926 Ford Tudor Sedan—clean upholstery, fine running motor, qulcl transmission, new paint job. Good for many months to come. Take advantage of this £CA unusual offer $0 V 1926 Chevrolet Sedan-Here's a car that has had the bes'. of care. Its powerful motor has been tuned and runs smoothly. Tires and body are excellent. Sold "with an O. K. that counts." At low Spring Clearance Bargain Price £OO/I of only $Lj1 1929 Chevrolet Cabriolet—Duco finish looks like new. tires show little wear. This car less than & months old. A real buy for the first lucky buyer 1927 Chevrolet Coach Go see this car! Inspect its fine Duco finish—its spotless upholstery—its excellent tires and complete equipment! Compare its uneQiialled low price! Act quickly today—before it's lex) late. Every dealer listed below has one of tli«sc amazing values—priced for 3 days only at $203 BUY "OK" USED CARS FROM A CHEVROLET DEALER W. I. Denton Chevrolet Co. Blythcville, Ark.

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