The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 4, 1944 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 4, 1944
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 19-M Judges, Clerks Named for flection Tuesday (Continued from Page 1) DELL . JUDGES: L. M. Moody, Dewey Sli'-IWrd, M. J. Koehler. ALTERNATES: Floyd Rectov, Malcolm Grconway, u. S. Btankenshlp. CLERKS: Lcsler Gill;'Bob Henderson. ALTERNATES: Virginia Martin Bishop, R. D. Hardin. LOST CANK JUDGES: W. D. Vastblndcr, M. I. Stiitts, Lewis Baughor. ALTERNATES: C. A. Evans, Osbonic Bowers, Sam Flncher. CLERKS: A. C Owens, Rnydo 'Veach. ALTERNATES; Stanley Fradenburj;, T. A. Bourland. K\ MANILA HOX NO. 1 * JUDGES: D. C. Wright, n. J. Mc- Klnnon, Lee Carter. ALTERNATES: J. L. Ncedham, W. P. Homer, C. H. Ashnbranncr. CLERKS: James Moore, C. B. Chlldrcss. ALTERNATES: L. T. Broom, Odcll Holsclaw. MANILA BOX NO. 2 JUDGES: Walter Griffin, W. W. Fowler, Grover E. Snider. ALTERNATES: C. S. Reynolds, Howard Perkins, Chas. Caller. CLERKS: Neal Benson, Byrl McHcnry. ALTERNATES: Mrs. W. R, brown, Harmon Tiplon. BKOWNSI'IIH JUDGES: E. R. Tlirelkeld, J. D. Decker, lorn Matthews. ALTERNATES: Giover Love, Boyd Hom- ines, Sid Nichols. CLERKS: B. B, Tlirelkeld, Doyle White. ALTER NATES: Arnold Fowler, Rny White ROCKY JUDGES: Guy Bryant, Frank . Noe, S. H. Carter. ALTERNATES Russ Crowell, M. A. Archer, Chui C. Hill. CLERKS: Mrs. Frank I Noe, R. Newsom. ALTERNATES Claud C. Hill, S. F. Blytlic. I.EACHV1LLK BOX NO. 1 JUDGES: Gco. D. Ray, 'C. L Smith, Robert Lee. ALTERNATES E. J. Fields, Jolin D. Wells, S. K Ganclt. CLERKS: Mrs. H. H. How ard, G. M. Nelson. ALTERNATES Mrs. Leroy Carter, Mrs. John P Benrden. LEACIIVILLE BOX NO. Z JUDGES: W. E. Rinnger, Stanle Hancock, F. J. Littlefield. ALTER- j NATES: J. L. Swihart, J. A. Pyle 'R. Armentroul. CLERKS: Mrs. Wai ter Hipp, Mrs. S. K. Garrctt. AL TERNATES: Wihna Quinn Hook er, Rutliie Lee. PAWHEEN JUDGES: Glen Methcney, H. L Ray, E. S. Robbitis. ALTERNATES Bentley Uhlcs, G. W. Parsley, A. R OS/lord. CLERKS: E. C. May, West, Carnal. ALTERNATES: Mrs. Wess Carnal, Bruce Gulp. BOX L'IJtEK JUDGES: Jeff Rauls. W. M. Willyard, T. U. Hill. ALTERNATES: C C. Grablc, C. E. Buck, L. A. Stccn CLERKS: izora Davis, w. O. Galyeon. ALTERNATES: Mrs. Normal Rauls, Ruth Rauls. CARMI JUDGES: J. D. Hodges, Jerry Toe J. M. Bell. ALTERNATES: J. M Howerlon, Jimmie Williams, W. R Brown. CLERKS: E. E. Wilson, Wilson Turner. ALTERNATES: J. W Patterson, Bill Carter. BLYTHEVILLE ABSENTEE JUDGES: C. M. Buck,.E. F. Bio. meyer, U. S. Branson. ALTER NATES: Kendall Berry, Fred Flee man, R. A. Nelson. CLERKS: Rod ney Bannister, Graham Sudbury ALTERNATES: Chester Caldwell W. D. Chamblin., OSCEOLA COURT HOUSE JUDGES: Joe Applebaum, E. R mitli, Guy Butler. ALTERNATF JUDGES: E'. J. Semmcs, Fabcj White, Earl Bobbins. CLERKS Geraldine Lislon, Mrs. Leo Schcick Jr. ALTERNATES: Mrs. M. E Pope, Lilliain B. Ayres. OSCEOLA LUMBER SHED JUDGES: Bruce Ivy, Natliat Weinbcrg, Herbert Sliippcn. ALTERNATES: J. A. Piss, W. F Critclifield, W. C. Mason. CLERKS Mrs. B. W. Bragg, B. P. Stan ton Jr. ALTERNATES: Mrs. A. W Young, C. H. Downs. LUXOKA JUDGES: R. N. Forbes, Joe Hires Elmer Hal!. ALTERNATES: R. L Houck, C. P. Powell, Russell Bow en. CLERKS: Mrs. Norma Wise, T. D. Wilkira. ALTERNATES: E. R Bogan, Abe Lircrnnt. KEISEK JUDGES: J. W. Hall, R. H. Rob inson, P. M. Eaton. ALTERNATES C. M. Dial, James Bowles, Harold Cook. CLERKS: Joe Hillard, Mrs Ralph Ferguson. ALTERNATES —Ruth Childs, Jack Bishop. Y J WILSON JUDGES: John E. Grain, Jolin Enochs, Garland Trammel. ALTERNATES: T. J. McAfee, S. A. Rcgc- nold, J. L. Trammm. CLERKS: W H, Ellis, D. O. Anderson. ALTERNATES: D. N. Morris, c. T. Lynch ETOWAH JUDGES: W. E. 'Harrison, John Faircloth, Wartc Stinctt, ALTERNATES: .Jim Morris, George Dim- kin, Grover Jackson. CLERKS: Bryan Heard, James Carpenter. ALTERNATES: -Florence Speaks, Vivian Campbell. WEST ItlDGK JUDGES: S. O. Smith, J. L. Duvall, Ray Phillips. ALTERNATES: W. H. Ingram, Irving Vetcto, T. J. Oliver. CLERK: W. B. Tyler, A J. Bearden. ALTERNATES: Elvin Martin, D. N. Harvison. FKASIIIKR .JUDGES: J. P. Holiman, Olivel Dixon, Clarence Shcmpert. ALTERNATES: W. E. Burch, Buck Franks, Tom MccJlock. CLERKS: Lev! Covington, Teddy Dixon. ALTERNATES: Lee Nutt. J. A. Terry. STILLMAN JUDGES: J. B. Herndon, C. J Gray, H. T. Bonds. ALTERNATES: Charles Woodruff, Ed Ashburn, El- .lon Wrotcn. CLERKS: R. W. Wll- (jmonth, Lewis Bonds. ALTER''NATES: J. L. Quavles. George Neal. MII.L1GAN KIDGE JUDGES: G. I. Byrd, John Vail, Curtis Weeks. ALTERNATES: Bob •Barker, Armor Sparks, Herman Holt. CLERKS: Mrs. Leila Collins, Mrs. A. M. Holt. ALTERNATES: Hubert Stutts, George Webster. FRENCHMAN BAYOU JUDGES: F. N. Brist, C. C. Speck, A. Rhodes. ALTERNATES: J. M. Speck, Marshall Speck, A. Higgins. CLERKS: John Pilklngkm, Mrs. Leslie E. Speck, Sr. ALTERNATES: Mrs. Jane Norton, Mrs. Marye Grecr. HASSETT JUDGES: Calvin Williams, Nap Elter, Charles Elkins. ALTERNATES: Bill Bennett, A. L. Suit. CLERKS. E. B. Bell Jr., A. S. G'fttchlngs. JOlNi:H JUDGE: Roy Yclvlnglon, Joe Miller, J. B. Wilson. ALTERNATES: Joe Terror, Wallace Miller, Jack Barnes. CLERKS: E. B. Cmtclier, Julius Ralph. ALTERNATES: Mrs. C. B, Webb, Sam • Weiss. ' DVESS JUDGES: W. P. McFaddcn, G. W. Browning, D. E. Blockman, ALTERNATES: Vernon Henry, R. D. Frost, F. M. Scroggins. CLERKS: Mrs. Lorcnc Eden, Bob Haynes. ALTERNATES: Mrs. G. W. Browning, J. P. Golden. PECAN POINT JUDGES: John E. Uzzell, Jack Uzzcll, C. W. Friend. CLERKS: Mrs. R. C. Branch, Mrs. Jack Uzzell. WHITTON . JUDGES: John Mooring, Arthur Moorlmr. J. A. McClendon. ALTERNATES: C. L. Dcnton Jr., Parker Bowcn, Jimmie Easley. CLERKS: C. C. Chandler, Doc Hall. ALTERNATES: Mrs. Sue Nicholson Pete Billiard. C Alt SON LAKE JUDGES: C. J. Lowrance Jr Joe Cromer, H. A. Nicholson. CLERKS: Mrs. Bob Cromer, Alex Goble ALTERNATES: Mrs. Allen Set-raves Mrs. B. D. Springfield. OSCEOLA ABSENTEE'S JUDGES: Elliott Sartaln Leo Schrcick, Scarcy Mears ALTERNATES: Wade Qtilnn, Steve Ralph, J. A. Gualtney. CLERKS: Marjorie Doyle, Mrs. Ruth Rjlcy. ALTER NATES: W. P. Borders, Mrs. Buck Air WAC From Wilson Serves At English Base AN EIGHTH AIR FORCE BOMBARDMENT DIVISION, England, Oct. 2C—Pvt. Gertrude M. Freeman, 25, Wilson, Ark., is a cook at the headquarters of this B-24 Liberator division. Her sister, Mrs. Bcr- nice Hale, also resides in Wilson. The Air Wac received basic training at Daytona Beach, Fla., and was stationed at Foil Deveils, Mass., before coming to Britain. Two brothers, Clyde and Carl Coleman, also serve wilh the Army. Carl a staff sergcnnt In Hie Air Corps, is a gunner, and has completed 35 bombing missions to the European continent. He is also stationed In England. Postwar Highway Work Planned For Arkansas LITTLE ROCK, Nov. 4 (UP) — Director w. W. Mllchell of the Arkansas Highway Department says the department lias drawn plans for postwar highway projects estimated to cost between seven and eight million dollars. Mitchell says between 500 and 600 miles of proposed roads In Arkansas are"under survey for postwar construction. Surveys have been made in practically "every congressional District of the state. ^BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) 06uiUEU NEWS Hillbilly Women On Card At Legion Arena Ann Laverne To Face Elvira Snodgrass; Canny, Lawson Meet The male wrestlers who liav held sway here without Inlerrnp lion /or Hie last six months wll have to share the spotlight of Pro moter Mike Mcroncy's ring pro gram al the American Legion Mon day night. Promoter Meroney announces h Is bringing n ixiir of the ogts,t(md ing women wrestlers In the) comi try for t)iis all-star card, whlc calls for two Individual matches each having a 00-mtnute time Ilin it, two best falls out of three. Elvira Is Coming Elvira Snodgrass, who \vas one billed as the "Hoosler until she took Hollywood by storm and proved her right In tin ring to full consideration ns a wrestler, will return to face Ann Laverne, rough, tough beauty, in one-half of the outstanding show. In llic other Miss Snoilgrus,-, "Wild Bill 1 Canny, the Atlanta rub ber man and ace mat mcanie, take on "Buck" Lawson, the former na val chief and commando inslruc (or, giving the fans really some thing to look for in the way of ac lion and excitement. If rankings were given to fema wrestlers as the men there is lit tie doubt that Miss Snodgrass woul rale among the upper class. She i recognized as. a top notch lx>i former and is in demand by pro meters over the nation. That sh deserves this rating Is vouched fo in the last two title matches wit Miss Mildred Burks, world's chair pion. it was about six months ag that Elvira gave Miss Burke II battle of her career in the Lc gion ring here. Using her trcmci dou.5 weight—she weighed 1C8 i only 135 for the champion—to a de cidcd ndvanlagp Miss Snodgra. not only won the first fall I throwing the title holder out of U ring, but had her in several clos places during the other two fall It was only the superior ring gci eralship of Miss Burke that sni ed her from certain defeat. Thei too, a couple of months ago the duplicated the match at- Memphi Miss Burke again won but tl press gave Elvira a big hand fo her fine showing. Coached by Husband Coached by her wresllcr-hus Complete Auto Repair Service JIM NEELY is now In charge of our mechanical repair department ROBER.X WATgON is In charge of the body and upholstery, department. , . WE GUABANTEK SATISFACTION Shop Located In Rear of Martin's Cafe 114 W. Main— Phone 565 NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS Termites m»y be raining yoni property. C«U m* check-up without cost or obligation. BAT8, BUCB AND ROACH CONTBOt GUARANTEED WORK H. C. BLANKENSHIP «• E. Kentucky Buy Your Winter Supply of WOOD and KINDLING While It Is Available. PLANTATION OWNERS' SPECIAL PRICE ON 100 RANK LOTS! BARKSDALE MFG. CO. Blytheville, Ark. phone 2911 Yes - We Have Them In Stock! * * HEAVY DUTY TRAILERS with 650x16—6 ply Goodrich Silyertown tires and four springs, NO PERMIT REQUIRED * * ELLIS IMPLEMENT (0. Blytheville, Ark. ,bnwl, who was m one timo .,„„„ among the best In his class, Elvira does not wrestle like (he average woman wrestler. She BOPS In featuring body slams, (lying luck- es, knngiiroo kicks, iuxi oilier Midi Incites generally ime.vpectal from 11 woman. She knows nil (he rliiR answers and most of ihe questions and is n raltuble wildcat once nslde the ritit;. Promoter Mcroncy oriulnally plan- led for Violet Valentine lo oppose Miss Snodtsrass bill hud lo make other lUTiingcineiils when Miss Vnl- inllnc suffered an Injury In her asl match and which may keep ier out of nclion for some time, l ut ho snys that Miss Laverne will 111 the bill and should give El- 'irn all she Is asklns for, iui ( | JXM- neasiirc. siie Is lar K cr than K t'alcnline which should give her an added advanla^e. Miss Liwcrne comes lilnhly recommended lo-ihls •cull. She Is the sumo time as nrn, going In, for She modern open style which should just suit Hie lociil customers, . Lawson and Canny need no Introduction cither to each oilier, or <o the funs. They are outstanding and very popular win, local 011- tliuslnsls. Eiich Is a different type, Canny goes III for the iiiciuilc lac- lies, while I-tttwson |nv(crs the Eclenllflc. nut when the milling demands it n c can punch with the best of them, lie Ims been especially effective during receiit weeks. I'linny is In a class almost by hlm- whlilealhcr, ii c uses his mu'JYnil lunching (o weaken his foe for (he finishing touch. Usually It doesn't fake long. Promoter Mcroncy hasn't ' made me ofuclal announcement but the S!, J > ™ 1 " lljl y «'Hl open Ihe show, the lid will pop of nl 8:15. Only one known bacteria Is able o live in honey and It is one tbnt is harmless lo mankind. Osceola News r. mid Mrs. llii|;h E. Uo/lcr mo Hie iwreiils O f u daiifjhlor born MM Krlday nt lllylhcvllle rtrmv Air Meld hosplial. 'ihe bnby liiis'been nniNl Ann liurch. Mrs. »o/ler Is the fonni-r Miss Mary Horencc llurch. 1'rlvate l)o- Wr now Is (,i i, hospltnl I,, |.;i,«. inii.l rocUin'riitliiR from wounds suffered Sept. 11 hi Miss netly jack Mllllcnn lins Hi" us her B uest for the jinsi several <lnys, Lieut. Jolm R, m t | c of fnyt'tU>, Clii. Read Courlpr News w»m Adi In Ihe (!li:»iifcry Cuurl, ( Mlslrlfl, Mississippi (-Dimly, Arkansas. Ihiriiion niitley, Vli\liitlir, vs. No. 8827 O|wl Itallcy, Defcndiint. Hie defendiinl, Onul Unlley, Is hereby'ed lo uppeur wllliln tltlrty days in the court niuned hi the cnjttlon hereof niul unswei 1 (he compliiint uf iho pliilmur, Ilurmon Unlley. ^ Daled (his !•! day of Oclobor, 19H HARVEY MORRIS, Clurk lly Doris Mtilr, D. 0 IVrcy A. Wrlijhl, Ally, for 1'lf. Claude F. Cooper, Ally, nil Lttoin 1UIH-21.28-UH! WAKXIXG OUI)i:it In Ihe (lluuirery Courl', Clilrlmsaivlu l>lslrlcl, iMIsslsslppI C'uanty, Ar- Kuiisas. Hubert Dan/, I'liilntilT, vs. No. U772 l.ltn Daire, Defendant. The dofendaiH, Llla Dann, Is hereby ivmned to njiiwnr wllhln (hlrlv days hi ''.thff court niuncil In iub VUlillon liei'crif imd answer Ihe coin- litnlnl of (he plalnlllV, Robert Dun-,'. Dalcd this M dny of Octolwr, Mill HARVEY MORRIS, ciert liy Doris Mnir, n. o IVU'.y A, Wriijhl, Ally, 'for 1'lf. .PAGE IHKfcK Claude V., Cooper, Ally, for Deft. WAKMN'd OHIU'.It In llii! Clinneery Cuiirl, Clilcli IHslrltl, iMIsslssIpiil C'ounly, Ar- luiTisas, WiKiilrow Ray, Plalnllir, VS. No. I1B20 Mnrgte liny, Defendant. JThe dcrendiuit, Mingle Rny, Is ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES- GIN AND MILL SUPPLIES AT PHKSKNT our stocks cif repair imrlH nr« us com- lih "? d '!, r ",! K l>™-w«r. times! |>,,t ym , r plants h, shape for Pull .NOW. WB CIVB SBRVICIC-cnn u* uay, night or Sunday. Belt Lace * AiiT D. kl ' n9 ' Pi P° Fiffin 9* All Size Pipe " Crane Volv« Gin Saw Files and Gutnmeri Hubbard Hardware Co. Serrtnj Blytlievlllc 25 V'e»r» hereby w.uncct to appear w thirty days In the court Ihe cniitloii lieicof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Wcod- .row Hay. ... . ^ Dalcd Ihls 13 day of October, im HARVEY MORKIB, Clerk By Doris Mulr, D. 0. ' Percy A, Wright, AUy. for Pltf Clmido P, Cooirer, Atty. ad Ulem 101U-21-28-ll« COTTONSEED BAGS and SOYBEAN BAGS See Us Before You Biiyl J. L TERRELL Office ms.Bdy. Phone 2631 Planters Hdw. Co., Inc. Iiomc of . SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT DE LAVAL MILKERS and SEPARATORS GOULD'S ELECTRIC WATER PUMPS U. S, BELTING and PACKING CANDLEWICK CRYSTALWARE COMPLETE LINES OF HARDWARE 1'hoiic 615, Hlyllicvi'lle, Ark. a .-«nw «• n ^ .^vraroww «,,{ ^^^c^.^,,^^,,,^^^^^^-^ ' • • • , * ! ' . :. '• ^!\» •*^ TOia ^ R&1J *^^ • ^ "Ax THE VERY OUTSET I want to make one '« thing clear. This is not merely a cam- ;. paign against an individual or a political j r parly. It is not merely a campaign lo i to displace a tired, exhausted, quarreling ' and bickering administration with a fresh | and vigorous administration. It is a cam- ' paign against an administration which : was conceived in defeatism, which failed V ; for eight straight years to restore our do- ',.'• mcstic economy, which has. been the • v *• ,' most wasteful, extravagant and incom- petent administration in the history of the : nation and worst of all, one which has " lost faith in itself and in the American if ;'• people.' ' -THOMAS !'<• DKWEY AiUras, PlutmMplutt, I'll., September 7, I".' fOTE FOR This Space Paid For by Mississippi County Democrats Who Are Vdting For A Change

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