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Joplin Sunday Globe Newspaper Archives Mar 19 1939, Page 3

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Joplin Globe (Newspaper) - March 19, 1939, Joplin, Missouri Joplin Globe sunday March 19, 1939. A 3 the late Christopher bean a successful Broadway production for several years will be presented As the Spring play the Junior College players Guild at the High school auditorium thursday night. Cast members Are shown above entered about one the few Kitty canvases left by bean an impoverished artist with which to pay his doctor Bills. The plot is mainly concerned with Abby a maid in the employ . Haggett in whose Home the paintings were left at first they were believed worthless but later found to be Art treasures and a Climax is reached when the House becomes filled with Art forgers and thieves and the True character the Haggett family revealed in the above picture . Haggett de Farmer is shown seated at the left. On the divan Are Susan Haggett Billye Grattis and War Man admits cashing Many forged checks tells police he passed then in five states and places he does t recall. Globe news Herald photo Ren Cramer Lonnie Cha Manthe juvenile leads. Standing from left to right Are Tallant Alfred Jacobson Art forever Maxwell Davenport Jacob old elderly Art critic Abby Dorothy Friend the maid Rosen William Leighner Art dealer Ada Joan Eppers Nelder Haggett daughter and mrs. Haggett Jean Kirstine. The play is under the direction Robert Cunningham assisted by res Ballinger. Busses to be sought from another company William m. Robertson principal owner the newly organized Jop Lin Public service company plans to leave today for Cleveland o., in an Effort to Speed negotiations for a Fleet new busses for City transportation. Robertson said the Mack truck company from which he ordered 12 new Type 24-passenger busses in january has been unable after numerous delays to Promise a definite delivery Date because a flood orders and that at least a portion the order is being cancelled. Given a release from the Mack order Robertson said he plans too to Cleveland to inspect a new 21-passenger bus manufactured by the Bender body company. Representatives that company he said have assured him that if he places an order for their busses delivery can be made about april 1. If he approves the Bender busses Robertson stated he jeans to order it them for prompt delivery and later expects to buy about four the Mack busses to Complete the system 15 busses. The Bender busses have All steel bodies and Are powered by Chevrolet motors in front. The seats Are upholstered and have sponge rubber cushions. Representatives the Mack company have declined to Promise delivery their busses for another 30 40 Days and Robertson said he feels obligated to take prompt action to obtain new equipment Here at the earliest possible Date. Ray Hill president and general manager the new transportation company will accompany Robertson the trip to Cleveland. Joplin has not had a City bus service since january 21, when the Southwest Missouri Railroad company quit. Jitney have been operating since that time. Burglars easily satisfied. Burglars Friday night pried a lock off a door to gain Entrance to the Quality Market 2501 East seventh Street. They took Only one Carton cigarettes. The theft five chickens was reported to police by Gunge Collins 530 Porter Avenue. Three pistols were stolen Friday night from the Home John Hamm 1630 Moffet Avenue while members the family were in the rear part the residence. Something about nothing by Volmer friedheev1 an Illinois High school girl recently won top honors Over a wide Field contestants in a Rifle match at Boonville. A fellow would have to think a couple times before marrying a girl with a Talent like that. The latest fashion is for wives and husbands to dress like twins , to Wear suits the same material. We d like to see How this works out for . And mrs. Gandhi. Headline new slovak nation is under Wing thumb would have been a better word. Another news report states Hitler has the new slovak state in his pocket. That shows you How completely Czechoslovakia has been broken up bit by bit. X especially in the Spring. We d rather shirk than work. It is estimated that one fourth the automobile Drivers in the u. S. Are women. And the other three fourths get advice from the woman in the Back seat. In a new Jersey Village recently a woman turned in an alarm by sending a note to the fire department. Of for the easy going life the Small town after All the publicity Given the seven dwarfs those news stories about Robert Wadlow 8-foot-8-Inch Alton 111., giant have been a Welcome Relief. The american Highway has been declared inadequate for War but it s serving As a swell Battleground for motorists trying to hog the Middle it. Pants. Needed even worse is something to help him get pm off after a night out. A new York professor is trying to teach College girls to fall in love intelligently. Gold diggers have been doing it for years. Skirts invert. When March winds blow main Street s a show. Although the Dionne have 12 children you can count All the noted ones one hand. From Brazil comes a new dance called the Samba which features fast hopping and body rolling. Sounds like a technique that might be Learned by falling downstairs. A Beauty expert says if your eyes Are puffy and swollen looking in. The morning try Icv . Another remedy would be to limit your drinking to ice water. Headline pruning knife to be used in state course that should t be interpreted As a reflection the Caliper the men representing us. Dandelions. They Don t just Bloom they zoom. Thieves stole six baseball bases from a Joplin sporting goods store recently. They re being sought by the police and several big league scouts. East Junior High school Queen and her attendants the population the United states doubled Between 1850 and 1880. A machine has been invented which will help a Man put his a Canadian says if we d advertise our National debt to enemy countries they would t want our territory. At that they might delay an attack figuring by waiting awhile they d be Able to pick us up at a bankrupt Sale. Primary election at Aurora tuesday pains is Oti Tomach ulcers make wis 2s f no risk Una test thousands Praise Urga try it for Relief ulcer and stomach pains indigestion Gas pains for heartburn burning sensation bloat and other conditions caused by excess acid. Get a 26c package Urga tablets today. Absolutely Safe to use. They must help you your Money will be refunded. At Anderson drug co. And All Good drug a Tores. Aurora mo., March 18.-Aurora s primary election to select candidates for the run off election april 4, will be held tuesday. One three candidates for mayor will be eliminated in tuesday s election. There will be to contest for the two City Council posts. Candidates for the office mayor Are w. E. Gottreu . U. May and the incumbent mayor r. D. Cowan. Those who have filed for City Council posts Are Frank Mcmurray Charles Killey and George Burbank. The annual school election will be held april 4. Two Board members will be elected and tax levies voted . Transport truck overturns. Carthage mo., March 18.-a transport truck the Galveston truck lines overturned into a ditch Highway 71, a mile South the county almshouse at 10 30 clock this morning but the Driver escaped unhurt. The truck was forced onto the soft shoulder the Road by a car it was reported. The Highway was blocked except for one Way traffic for a time. Buys two residences. Carthage mo., March 18.-mrs. Lottie Hurst 535 High Street has purchased from John Fleming Neosho two residences at 829 and 831 West Vine Street and four acres ground which go with the two properties. Mrs. Hurst will occupy one the properties. W. E. Deemer Carthage realtor negotiated the Deal. Police chief Barney Walker said yesterday that Fred Lender 42 years old St. Cloud minn., made a sworn statement confessing to the passing forged checks in five states and numerous others in places he does not Lender and his wife Mabel Lender 24, were arrested yesterday morning by police and state Highway troopers information from Lincoln neb., that they Are wanted there for questioning in connection with cashing alleged spurious Money orders. In a Short written statement made to Walker and troopers the Highway patrol Lender purportedly admitted cashing $20 forged Cashiers checks in Portland ore., Cheyenne wyo., Raton n. M., fort Worth tex., and Bardwell by. Find Check writing machine. The officers said they found a Check writing machine in Lender s motor car and several punch boards. He had $910 when arrested. In the afternoon Cheyenne authorities telephoned police head quarters Here they would prosecute Lender a Check charge there. Lender was quoted by officers As saying he would waive extradition to any the states where his wanted Check forgery charges. The two were arrested at a garage at 107 East seventh Street where the lenders had left their motor car to have it repainted. They arrived in Joplin Friday and spent the night at a tourist Camp West seventh Street. Acting information received by police radio sergeant George Kahler and trooper Walter Gram mer the Highway patrol and police patrolmen Walter Flenner and Roy Isgrigg and detective Fred Serage made the arrests. Captain l. B. Howard commanding officer troop d Highway patrol came to Joplin in the afternoon from Springfield and assisted in the questioning. With Howard was an agent the f. B. I. Officers said however there were no charges which Federal authorities would file against Lender. New books received at Joplin Library books received recently at the Joplin Public Library include fiction. Tree Liberty Elizabeth Page. Cock s Tail murder Hugh Austin. Bury the past Maysie Greig. Martin Valliant Warwick deeping.  rustler s Moon a. S. Drago. Murder for Christmas Agatha Christie. Arrogant Alibi a. Daly King. Three harbours Van Wyck Mason. The Patriot Pearl s. Buck. Firebrand Tom Gill. Case the perjured Parrott Erie s. Gardner. Both Over 21" Samuel h. Adams. Lonesome Road Patricia Wentworth. Non fiction. Astrology for everyone Evangeline Adams. Gentlemen Aren t sissies etiquette for men a. H. your own ten commandments a. E. Meland. Log a lame Duck Audrey a. Brown. I m a stranger Here myself poetry Ogden Nash. Great catholics Claude Williamson de. This business . Grenstead. Remembering Nathalie s. Colby. Bees in the Garden and Honey in the Larder Mary Louise Coleman. Sundials a. Mayall. wife and i Louise Homer Sidney Homer. What to do with herbs Mary c. Dennis. Small boat building a. W. Patterson. Globe news Herald photo. Shirley Baer candidate from the ninth Grade was crowned Queen wast Junior High school Friday night in Coronation ceremonies following the presentation by the speech department the five Little peppers in the school auditorium. Shown above Are the Queen and her maids Honor. Left to right Bonnie Niel Pauline Wilson Allene Hopwood Katherine Williams Wilma Hall miss Baer Lois Mae Pressley Joan Briggs Barbara Lou heckle Loraine West and Fayo Okerson. Milk Supply Here declared excellent Joplin s milk Supply the first Quarter 1939 was excellent according to the health department s White list for the 90-Day period ended March 15, published today in the Globe. Virgil a. Martin milk inspector who announced the White list said that All but six dairymen Selling retail raw milk in Joplin won places the list which consists dairymen who supplied milk with an average bacteria count 25,000 less for the Quarter. It does not include pasteurized milk. In the previous quarterly report there also were 45 dairymen the White a Duquesne school election members the Board education the Duquesne school District meeting last Friday night fixed g p. M., March 31 As the deadline for filing announcements candidacies for All six school Board offices to be filled in the Spring school election april 4. Due to resignations and new appointments the Duquesne District will elect a Complete school a a Board this Spring according to w. A Hastings clerk who said that the six present members probably will be candidates. No candidates have filed thus far. Two school directors will be elected for three year terms two for two year terms and two for one year terms. Community club meets. Ble Scott Addie Rhoades and Hll Galena kan., March 18.-the undred Williams members. The next Ion Chapel Community club held its regular monthly meeting and covered dish luncheon in the Home mrs. Ben schneiders with mrs. Josephine Dake As the assistant hostess. Those present were mrs. Lutes and mrs. Earl Hesseltine Joplin miss Bee Mallatt mrs. Ina Myers mrs. Mary Burris mrs. Amy Ashworth and mrs. Stella sullen Ger guests mesdames Liza Boyea Josephine Dake Lola Fitzer Nellie Fowler Eva Mallatt Evelyn Mallatt Gertie Mallatt Etta Cockrum Elva Mallatt Edna Ritchie Jane schneiders Margie Schneidersma Newman s Beauty Salon half shaping to suit facial contours permanent waving distinction adapted to Youthful and mature types All Ltd Beauty service. Lines operators Lenora heckle Nelletha Pearson and Elizabeth Webb Houk who will be with us thursday and saturday each week. Tyler our hair Cutter phone 8200 it s every bit As exciting As it looks this Long Silver Bullet a Nash get in and got feel the terrific getaway Nash s new Type 99 horsepower engine. The new Range perform Ance the fourth Speed Forward try out the magical weather Eye that banishes dust and Chilly drafts. See How quiet and easy this big 117-Inch wheelbase Nash Sedan rides come in today a optimal Efthi Penl slight exert gut Reno motor co. 501 Virginia phone 489 it s that new Nash ref. Car ctr by iry likes this big $ Pau Tnger Victoria a daa �876 delivered Here is Aadva Rqn Penl sad Federal tans included Wuu i infill tint us equalization Board into Joplin cases mayor Orvllle p. Mahoney and All members the City Council will sit As members the county Board equalization this week at Carthage while consideration is being Given to adjusting the assessed tax valuations Joplin property. Joplin valuations will he under consideration All week and the Council will be at the courthouse at Carthage every Day. Joplin property owners desiring adjustments their valuations for taxes to be paid next fall should appear before the Board during the week. Marriage licenses issued. Carthage mo., March 18.-mar Ridge licenses were issued by the county recorder this afternoon to l. A. Mathes and Katherine Young both Carthage and to Lloyd Stanley Crowe and Cleta Pauline Richmond a so Carthage. Mathes and miss Young were married by judge Edd Murray the county court Lone Star . A. Electa. The Lone Star Parent teacher association elected officers at a regular meeting Friday As follows mrs. Jack Janney president mrs. Carl love first vice president mrs. Alma Malone second vice president mrs. William Deitz Secretary treasurer and mrs. W. H. Brown historian. Grow old slowly and gracefully Good clothes like Good men grow old gracefully. Regardless How old a Stein Bloch suit May be it always has an air Breeding and Quality that denotes its they Cost a Little does everything else worthwhile. Spend the few dollars More get a Stein Bloch suit and be proud have a special group for Spring at. $ \ second floor 1 tit new 111 i i v v v meeting will be april 20 in the Home mrs. Lola Fitzer. Mrs Sullenger became a member the club. He never wanted to go to the movies never wanted to play Bridge never wanted to do anything. He was a wet Blanket at tho parties he did attend because he always fell asleep at them. Glasses changed All this. Mow because his eyes Aren t tired he s the life the party consult . D. A. Reynolds registered optometrist Newman s r \ attn a tomorrow remodelling starts the fourth floor at times the aisles will be things a bit Topsy Turvy. We Are sorry. But it is All in the spirit Progress. And you will love the Bright perfect Light and modern arrangement when it is done. In the meantime we must do business and will offer bargains that will Well repay you for any inconvenience you May experience. 29c hand printed All Linen plate doilies 19c 19c hand printed All Linen napkins 10c Only a Small lot each. They Are in Bright fruit and Flower designs Are All Linen and hand printed. Newman s fourth floor 25c and 19c hand made lace doilies antique Tuscany Homespun Tuscany and Cluny Are some tho lace types found in this lot. Sizes Are 10x14, 12x12, 12x18, 8x8, 6x12, 8x12, and pieces for Arm rests and chair backs. Every piece hand made. Choice �0c. Newman s fourth floor 10 up to 19c Huck towels the remainder a lot 1,800 slightly irregular towels originally priced in two lots at 6c and 10c. Tomorrow they Are All included in the one lot Choice 5c each. Newman s fourth floor 5 up to $1 dress fabrics three tables loaded with Short lengths dress fabrics that were originally priced very special at 29c and 39c. Spun Rayon Linen Type Fine acetate crepes in Novelty weaves Cotton fabrics Many kinds and weights. Eyelet Batiste. All now 19c Yard. Newman s fourth floor 19 up to $1.25 drapery damask 50-Inch drapery damask Short lengths Rayon and Rayon and Cotton. Yarn dyed and piece dyed. Originally priced very special at 39c and 59c. Now All in one lot tomorrow 39c Yard. Newman s fourth floor 39 $2.25 tufted bedspreads $159 1 full size spreads lightweight unbleached sheeting with Hob Nail ail Over tufted design. The tufting Woven in in Clever imitation hand tufting Selling at several times this Price. White with White White with Green White with peach White with Rose White with Dusty Rose White with Blue. Newman s fourth floor to 59c Cre tonnes and crashes 36 and 48 inches wide these Are Sun and tub proof Cre tonnes. Two widths 36-Inch, Worth 39c Yard if full pieces 48-Inch Width Worth 59c Yard. As quantities Are growing smaller they Are now All included in one lot at one Price-19c Yard. 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