The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 25, 1966 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 25, 1966
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Blythevll!* (Ark,). Courier News -Monday, April 9, I9M- F»gt Itew L. L. Wigginton Rites in Osceola Lauren L, Wigginton, retires firmer of Osccola, died yester lay at his home. A resident of Mississippi County tor many years, Mr. Wiggington leaves his wife, Mrs. Alii* Wiggington of Osceola; Five sons, Vernon Wiggington of Wynne, U L. Wigginton, Jr., Charles Wigginton and Ecclesi- asles Wigginton, all of Osceola, and Lee Wigginton of Caruthersville, Mo. 4 , Five daughters, Mrs. Willie Hunt of Cherry Valley, Mrs. Catherine Kelly of Reiser, Mrs. Wade Hall of Rexford, Montana, Mrs. Beatie Johnson of Rochester, Mich., and Jo Ann Wigginton of Osceola; /Three sisters, Mrs. Mo I lie Reagen and Mrs. Ella Alien of Steele, and Mrs. Novella Walters of Grand Rapids, Mich, Services will be held at Garden Point Methodist Church of Osceola, with burial in Garden Point Cemetery. Time is indefinite and will he announced by Swift Funeral Home of Osceola. H.C. Oxford Dies at Home Henry C. Oxford, manager of the Pocahontas ice plant, died Saturday at his home. He 'was 64. Mr. Oxford had been a resident of Luxora for many years. He was a Baptist. Services were held today at 2 p.m. at Swift Funeral Home Chapel of Osceola, with Rev. M. D. Davis in charge. Burial was in Sandy Ridge Cemetery. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Birdie Oxford; Three sons, H. C. Oxford, Richard Oxford and Gerald Oxford of Luxora; Four daughters, Mrs. Charles Mill of Blytheville, Mrs. Ellen Douglas of Albany, Ga., Mrs. Rosemary Grey of Hammond, Jnd., and Mayola Oxford of Pocahontas; Two brothers, C. C. Oxford of Oakland, Ca]., and L. T. Oxford of San Diego, Cal. Pallbearers will be Woodrow Cliafin, Gerald C h a f i n, Wes Markham, George Calvert, Joe Alexander and Jim Lowerins. R. A. Bellinger Services Held Services were held last Friday in Logansport, Ind., for Ruland Andrew Bollinger, who died last week of a heart attack at the age of 59. Mr. Bollinger, a longtime Manila resident, was the son of Mrs. Luther Bollinger and the late Mr. Bollinger of Manila. He also leaves his wife; Three daughters.Dora Mae Brown, Reba Baker and Billie Bollinger of Logansport; A son, Billy Bollinger of E. Moline, 111.; Three brothers, Nolen and 3. L. Bollinger of Manila, and Bethel Bollinger of Mendota, Cal.; And 10 grandchildren. Fisher Funeral Service of Logansport was In charge. Hart Infant Service at 3 Graveside services for Charles Butler Hart, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles i Daily Record What'* For Lunch? BLYTHKVIIXE Tuesday Sloppy Joes Buttered Riae Green Salad Sugar Cookies Milk iiuiiiiiiiniiiiiiuiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiii W«orh«r Torrential rains hit parts of Arkansas during the weekend. Repeated lines of thundershowers crossed the state in association with a stationary frontal system. The front has sagged into southeast Arkansas and additional activity today and tonight is expected to be concentrated in the southeast half of the state. Hope reported the heaviest rainfall total with 7.26 inches while a number of oilier stations reported between three and five inches. Rivers have been on the rise and residents living in areas subject to flooding should continue to keep advised of the latest river bulletins put out by the Little Rock Weather Bureau office. Yesterday's highs were generally in the 70s. Overnight lows were in the 50s and 60s. Soil temperatures have leveled off at readings in the mid 60s in the north Delta to the upper 60s in the south Delta. Wet soils and cloudy skies will hold soil temperatures at cool levels today. Wet fields will also be a factor in reducing field work except in the south Delta where weekend rains were light. The combination of wet fields and coo! soil temperatures will be a deterrent to much cotton planting anywhere in the Delta D. Hart of 841 E. Rose St. will be at 3 p.m. today at Elmwood Cemetery with Rev. Bill Stovall in charge. The child died last night at Doctors' Hospital. He also leaves a maternal grandmother, Mrs. Philene Gatlin of Blytheville and his paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Drewery of Memphis. Cobh Funeral Home is in charge. this week. S»turd«y'i high—75 Sunday'* low—62 Yesterday', high—M Overnight low—36 Weekend precipitation—Mt Precipitation Jun. 1 to date—15.34 Sunset today—6:40 Sunrise tomorrow—5:18 Thli Date A Year *lo Yesterday's high—90 Overnight low—63 Precipitation Jan. 1 to 4at«—U.M Markets Open High Low Ust Chicago Whtat May 163% 164V 8 163% 163V4 July 159% 159% 159V« 15914 Sept. 16,1 Vi 161 3 /« 161% 161% Chicago Soybeans May 296 296?» 295'/« 296'/i July 298% 299% 298 s ,, 299% Aug. 296V4 297V* 296% 297'/4 New York Stocks Texas G.S 113 Chrysler 48% RCA -58V4 AT&T 57% Dow' 76'/a Xerox 256% GM 92 Pan Airier 69%: Ford ' 50% Westing'hse 64V'«| U. S. Steel 47H Curtis Pub WA Comsat 50 Amer Motors 10% Sears 59% Parke Davis 37^ Gen. Elect 116% Beth Steel 34 7 /s Reynolds Tob 40'/ 8 Standard NJ 78% Holiday Inn 42V4 Ark-La 44% Ark-Mo 17% Divco-Wayne 38% •••••••••••••••••*•••• SESV1CES B? COBB FUNERAL HOME COURTEOUS SERVICE BEN T. EOFF, "Arrangements Incomplete". * * + CHARLES BUTLER HART, p.m. Monday, Elmwood Ceme t*ry. Proof That Oreifus Is Ike Best Place To Buy A Watch! 97 • SKoct Proof • Antimagnerie • 5>«inle» Sieel Bad • E«p«nsion Binds • Man's with Sweep Second H»n J (hop DHE1FUS and SAVE •H crystaJ, case and ertmn nmidn intact. 3 WAYS TO BUY • CASH • CHARGE • LAYAWAY Jribute Jo.. r £*xckanae L^tubl Here, and in hundreds of cities throughout the nation, generous hearted men have formed themselves into groups with one objective in mind: to do something constructive for underprivileged boys or youngsters deserving special attention. Whether it be sponsoring a model airplane meet, "Little League" baseball teams, or any one of almost countless other boy activities, Exchange Club members are doing a grand job... they are helping to huild better citizens for tomorrow — they are modern "godfathers" who make kids' dreams come true! We salute the marvelous spirit of these fine men in our community, sponsors of "The Golden Deed Award"... and say "God bless them all... they're outstanding Americans!" We Salute Our Town! BLYTHEVUE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 100 N. Steond St. Phent PO 3-4568 RACE (Continued from Pig* One) hours earlier. Both said they planned to formally file today. Boyce said he expected from 10 to 15 persons in the race before the ticket closed at noon Wednesday. "I approach this task with great humility but also with energy and enthusiasm," Alford said in a speech. He later told newsmen his humility had declined after looking over the primary field. Alford declined to say which of the opponents he considered the most formidable. Alford, 50, finished third in the gubernatorial race In 1962, behind Gov. Orval Faubus and Sid McMath. He served two ternis in the U.S. House, beating Hays in 1958 and Robert Hays Williams of Russellville in 1960. Alford said he was not ready to discuss his platform in de- tail but that tax •mialization, education, industrial and agricultural development, improved welfare benefits and an accel- erted . program for tourism will bt key planks. .,*'•• i * . Boyce tabbed himself as the man to unite the Democratic Party for victory in.November. Boyce, 34, the 3rd District prosecutor, survived • Jitter feud within the ranks of the YDC last year and became president of the group. Jack Files of North Little Rock, a Boyce supporter, was elected YDC president this year. He attended Boyce's news conference. 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