The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 16, 1946 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 16, 1946
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TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1940 BI,YTirKVIU,I<; (AHK.) COUK1KU NEWS PAGE-TilBEfc> Auto Accidents Claim 3 Lives 12 Others Are Hurt In Weekend Mishaps Through Arkansas By United Press Throe persons wore dead und 12 injured as the result of automobile accidents in Arkansas over the week-end. Nolan Mornn, about 28, of KIroy. Ark., was killed instantly Sunday when Hie car in which he was riding plunged oil an embankment on : Id near Olenwood, Negro Student At Burdette No. 1 Speller Vititors At Meeting Of Box Elder Group Mrs. B. P. Brogdon, who been seriously ill Severn) weeks, has • been removed lo Walls Hospital. Condition of George P. Smith, critically III some time, wr.s Improved today. • Ann Warth. will arrive tomorrow from Jonesboro, where she attends Holy Angels covenant, lo spend a week's vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.. Kranklin Wiirlh, because ot Easier holidays. | She is a freslunan there. Ruby Stafford, 37-year-old Hot Maureen Norils. who is an Springs invalid, died ufter being eighth grade student at St. .struck .by an ice truck driven by '" Richard Johnson, « Negro. Johnson was cliarged with involuntary ninn- i slaughter. Stafford was said to have rolled ills wheel choir In the path of Jptjnson's truck. Abner J. Ashcraft, 40-year-old city marshal of Cooter, MQ., died Sun day afternoon of injuries suffered juries suff ident near thcville. Five persons were injured early i Cecilia Academy. Nashville, Tenn., will arrive tomorrow night to spend four days with h«r parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel p. Nonis. because of the Easier holidays. She will accompany to Osceola. Misse: Patricia nnd Frances uanehower also eludcnts there Mid daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Dane hower- of Osceola. who will fljem In Memphis. • Miss Irene Magers, daughter of Sunday when their car left High- 1 Ml '- a|ia **''?• s *"' 1 Wagers of Del. way TO. west of Hot Springs andU'l" arrive , The Mississippi County Negro has j'caclicrs Association .sponsored :\ coinuy-wide Spoiling lice April 10 t Osceola Roscnwald School. Of the 35 Negro schools In the counts', n took part ih the compe- llllonl George Sales, a 13-year old eighth •aile student of Hurdctte School, won first, plate. Artie Jeun Uryum, 12, eiglilh grade student 01 Osceola School^ was awarded second place. ThtiTl place went lo Ludv M. Kulhertord. 12. seveutli. grade student, of Carstm bake Rosenwald School. ! Communities from which Negro students participated were Grider, Clear Lake, Victoria. Hound Lake, Dlylheville, Wilson, limdetle. Kei- scr, Coleman. Carson. Kvadale, Av- morel. JAixora, Wilson, O.sceolu, Ebonyo and l/nvrancc. { From Ihose schools with Uvo teachers, Arnlce McCoy of Clem- med-• 1-ake. remained in the. contest longer than any oilier and O. C. Collins of Ixiwiance School remained In the contest longer than any of Club Captains Give Reports At Lost Cane Thursday night to . went over an embankment. The in- 1 spend l"c , Enstw holidays with I jured were D. Trammel. 23. of Amity. Hay Blaeksdnle; A. W. Bates, Kenneth Wood, and Mary Whitfield, all of Hot Springs. A series of traffic accidents in '^sit Miss Mary Frances and near Little Hock injured seven I student fct Vasiiar. ami persons. Ony of tho victims deliberately leaped into the path of an automobile in a. suicidal effort, police said. He is D. D. Childress, 39-year-old patient of the State Hospital. He .suffered a broken vighl arm. shoulder and head injuries. Mrs. J. W. Duncan, 21, her three- year-old daughter, Jennie Duncan, Sally Jane Barber, and Marie Allen, all of Little Rock, were hurt when their car collided with another vehicle at a Little Rock intersection. Mrs. Hoy Cranford, 34. suffered a back and possible internal injuries \vlien the car in which she was riding collided with another in Little Rock. Police reported that Sterling Parker, a Little Rock Negro, was thrown 150 feet from his car when it struck a bridge abutment near Little Rock yesterday. He was reported in a serious condition today. A meeting of the Box Elder 4-H Club wus held Wednesday, witli L. c. llaygood presiding. Twenly- seveii club members, two leaders, and ihrec vlsilors were prcsonl. The group sain;, led Ijy Mar^ Crouch, suiiy raplaln. Reports were Riven by the following flub captains: Kninkltn Smith, (01 ton eaplaln. reported one; I,, c. Hnygoud, pig captain. reported six; Kurl Kachery. calf captain. re|)ort(Hi one; Clifton Galyi'on. corn captain, Deported one; Dale C'ole, potato captain, reported one; Faye KUic-rldge, jjar- dciiini; und cunning captain, reported .seven; Maxlne Rhodes, clothing captain, reported fonr; Charles Elhcrldgf, poultry cap- lain, reported fonr; nnd Pearl Xitcbery, cookery captain, reporled three. Gcmld Cassidy and Perry L*'e | Adkissrm of Arinorol 4-H Club gave a demotislrallon on Irnclor maintenance and repair and farm safety. Miss Cora Coleman, hnme demonstration agent, gave n dein- onslraliun on making accunite measurements In cookery. • A mcetlim of tile Lost Cane i-II Club was heid H'lday. wllh Clifford Veaeh presiding. Kifty- otie club members and two lenders were present, • t'u'dia Kliu-her, soii(; captain, led (he group In singing. Cola (.in- Coleiimu, home demonstration agent, nave a demonstration to Hie yirls on correct measurements In cookery. W, O, liazelbaker. assistant county iiBi'lit, discusser (lie 4-!! club Cum Contest. Kepovts were given by the fill lowing club captains. Wnyiui GUI ley. colton i'ii|):uin, reported live; Kubi'Jl Veacti, plj; captain, reported five; Hilcy KliwkelKird. calf dipUln. reported two; Harry Parks coin eaplaln. rupoiird Uuw; Dar- I retl Tatuiu, pulalo captain, jeporl- ' ed one; Joyce Mites, gardening inn jig captain, reported seven Veach, I'loihtng captain, re lortod U; Murhl J. (loodmnn louliry captain, ruporti'd nine Nadlne McClnln. room improve mem captain. 1'Ycdlii Miiuh»r, cooXery cuptuln, reported 17.' '. * .The next regular o held Mil}' 10. • tile other contestants from the one-teacher school. Youngest entrants were Virginia Kimbrough of Evadalc School and Charles Johnson of Luxorn School, of whom .the latter was the 23rd student lo be eliminated. There were 32 entrants. The SpeUuift Bee was conducted n county rally, held In this county discontinued be- Tractor Demonstration Given At Gosnell Club James Verdell Lowry Weds Wisconsin Girl lier parents. She is a student at State Teachers College, conwuy. Muir Jr., -has left for N. Y., where he will Nuiin. other friends in New Yorlt City and Washington, D. C. .Mrs. Dan Lewis o[ New Orleans | fur 27 years, but arrived yesterday morning for a cause of the war. visit with, her bro^ier, Cornelius [ Modinger and taniily. Mr. Modln- ger met tier in Memphis. . Mrs. Emina Nolen left this morning for Booneville, Ark., to be with her brother, Stephen C. Moore, who Is critically ill at the sanitorium there. Mr. Moore's son. Evrard Moore of Memphis, went to Booneville last night because of his lath- , er's critical condition. | Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lyster of Saint Johnsburg, Vermont, are here as guests of their son. Ted Lyster, Mrs. Lyster, and lier mother, Mrs. John G. Bourland. Mrs, Joe K. Wnddy and Mrs. James T. Biackin s|«nt yesterday in Jonesboro, where they were the guests of Mrs. Louie Walker and infant son at St. Bernard Hospital. They want especially (o see the son, Mrs. Waddy's nephew and Mrs. Brackin's grandnephew. He has been named James Curtis. Mrs. C. F. Tompkins, Mrs. Jim Mrs. Vcach Presides At Lost Cane Session The Homo Demonstration Club net al 1,0.11 Cune Thursday aflc'r-' loon ul Hie dull holltc. Mrs. iaydo VeaiU, pre.slder.x. presided. When the necrelnry called Uic oil 30 members answered telling ,( Unlit Kunucnls shu had made since Ihe last meeting. Wome of Hie liniments exhibited wero very irelly. Mrs. IXjnuld V«>cli wore a juniper dress which was made from ihrlfl gin incuts and the blouse had been dyed yelUnv, mak- j a very iirelty nusembli! wllh her blno Juinpur. A si.lnil plaVe was served by the 11AHY CHICKS 3 lo 5 days old—SI l» S1Z per 100. Keverul brevds — Fi'*dK, FountM — 1-Vcdors, 1C1.KVATOU KHKI) STOHK ttrumlway nl R. R. Yrackn hostess ot lliu social hotir. At Unit t:'me discussions were mecllng will held oii (iiu activities of the club; . the 1'lay Toimmm.cnt, Hie i)r<>- t'.i'css made \vitii the .spvlu^ yai'- di'iis, and the condition and number of baby chicks. Hend Ciuui:<!i rlewa Want Ad». Courier Mewi Rooch«s -«•• Biiddl* Ext*fmri*at Member NatX !•«•« €••*»•> 115 s. Third et rtn COLD ftlEPAR ATIONS Liquid— Tabl«l» —Solvo — Now Diopi lln» >alUH«d itillliciui toi yo- :i. Sings For Students Harry Vise of Knoxvillo. Tenn.. son and houseguest of his parents. Rabbi ana Mrs. Alfred Vise, presented a program of vocal selections ly at Blythcvillc High He was accompanied by father. Mr. Vise left this morning lo eturn to Knoxville. after spendim; the weekend here. Miss Carol Josephine Arvold. daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Theodore Arvold of Madison. Wisconsin, became the bride of James Verdell Lowry, of Osceola, Sunday afternoon in a ceremony at the First Baptist Clinrch. The wedding was solemnized at 4 o'clock with the Rev. E. T. Smith, pastor, officiating in the presence of a few friends. Tile bride chose for her t wedding a dressmakers 'sinVof Navy wool witli matching accessories and n shoulder corsage of talisman roses. Mrs. James Kemp, Osceola, was the bride's only attendant. Mr. Kemp served Mr. Lowry as best man. Mr. Lowry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claud Lowrey of Jonesboro, was recently discharged from ilie Army Air Corps after three years in service. He is employed at the Wilson & Broofcs Welding Co. here. The young couple are making their home here. At Trw IlospHal Boynton Club Members Meet On Wednesday A meeting of the Boynton 4-H Club was held Wednesday, April 10. with Jo Nell Mansell presiding. Twenty-four members, four leaders, flud four visitors were present. Mary McClcarn led, the group in singing. Special visitors at this mcetin. were Gerald Cassidy and Perry Let Adkisson. members of Hie Armore 4-H Club. They gave a demonstration on tractor maintenance and repair and farm safety. H. B. Sheppard, farm labor assistant, was present to check with the pupilJ and determine how many families liad been going to the strawberry harvest. Reports were given by the follow- in" captains: Jackie West, pig cap lain; Ephrlani Ward, calf captain FJmogean Kendall, gardening and canning captain; Margie Brooks, clothing captain; Jimmy Simmon, poultry captain; and Mildred Clifton, cookery captain. Miss Cora Lee Coleman, home demonstration agent, gave a demonstration on accurate measurements in cookery. W. O. Hazelbaker. assistant coun- ly agent, gave s discussion on the 4-H Club hybrid corn program. Tompkins and Mrs. Hays Sullivan spent Saturday in Memphis. OHS Bond, Gfee Club Will Present Program Osceola High School Band and Glee Club, under ttie direction of H. E. Daugherty, will present their annual Spring Coscert Friday at 8 o'clock tt the high school audi- tirium. .. - •; , •• . --':. ' The first part of the program will be presented by the band and will inolnd the following numbers: Maich, Cotton . Carnival, Melody, A 141 King, The Waltz King Fiesta-Paso Double, Blow Gabriel glow, Masterslngers of Neurenbure, The Student prince nd El Capital! March. •Hie. second part of the program vlli be given by the Glee Club. They will sing: "The Nightingale." 'Softly as a Morning Sunrise," 'Blind Ploughmaji," "Somewhere A. Voice Is Calling," "A, Perfect Day." "Bells of St. Mary's." and an Easter Cantata, "The Thorn downed King." Everyone is, invited to attend. mylheville Admitted: Annie May Goodman, city. Charles Seymore, city. Mrs. J. E. Green, city. Marvin Hall, Luxora. Mrs. Melvln Estep, city. Dismissed: Doris Jean Slewart, city. Walls Huspilal Admitted: Mrs. Joe Elkins. city. Mrs. B. P. BroBdon Sr.. city. Mrs. W. A. O'Neal. Manila. Dismissed: i Mrs. Cora Bell Davis, Dell. Memphis Baptist Hospital Mrs. Lee Hill. city. E. M. Bowland. Manila. Memphis Methodist Hospital A. s. Whcetley. Wilson. Memphis Mrl.eniorr. Clinic Wanda Jones, Osceola. Tlic C.osiiell >I-H Club held a meeting Thursday wllh Charles Hill presiding. Thli ty-elghl club members, three leaders,' and twd visitors were present. Tbe group .sane, led by P<'gg> WoK'erton, song captain. Gerald Cnssldy and 1'erry Adkls- son of the Armorel 4-H Club were present at this meeilng. They-gave a demonstration on tractor maintenance and farm safety. Keith Uilbrey. county agent, and W. O. Ha/elbaker, assl.slant county agent, assisted them. Miss Cora Lee. Coleman, home \ demonstration agent, gave a dei monstrallon lo Ihe girls on making " 1 acciirat,. measurements In cookery. l l)s l Reports were given by the. (ol- I lowing club captains: Wcxxiraw Harris. colton captain; Sylvia Swain, gardening an(l canning captain; L. V. liolin, clothing caplain; .oiincll Overman, jxiullry captain; t.'hevie Pi'evost. room Improvement :-nplain; nnd 1'i'BUy Yiubro. cook,'iy captain. The next regular mceltng will be held May n. Head/Courier News Wai>». Ads REVIVAL ]Cvcniii|>'s—7:-IO p. m. PHqrim Church Hi-Way IS at 22m) St. Special Singing Gospel Preaching Wveryboclv Come Class Presents Play The senior class of Ke(ser High School, presented a play, '"Hie Oolf Champ," Friday night at the High School auditdrium. Under the direction of Miss Joyce Blackburn, class sponsor, participants included Carole Anderson, Lavena Gardner, Joel Wiygul as main characters, It was the humorous story of the drab girl who emerees as a radiant beauty and gets herself mixed up in a fictions marriage. But in Hie end, the right man comes along 3 nd all is well. Want a Pair of NYLONS! Attend the auction to be held under the auspices of Osceola Kiwartis Club. Auction Starts 4:30 p.m. SATURDAY AT OSCEOLA Lucky person will receive new car gift., immediately after auction. Demonstration Club Meets Friday At Recce The Recce Home Demonstration Club had n meeting Friday nt the home or Mrs. Hcrshel Jackson, the president. There were several visitors present: Mr. and Mrs. Owen Elkius of Memphis. Mrs. H. Doan of Blythevllle. and Mr. Jackson. The group looked at Mrs. Jackson's home made brooder ana praised the simplicity of it and the healthful condition of her baby chicks. The club studied the poultry diseases and how to make a ixsst mortem examination. During the social hour a contest was held on identifying garden pcsls. Cards were distributed which had colored pictures of the pests pasted on them and there were to be named by the members. In this contest Mrs, Jackson and Mrs. J. E. Kvech won the prize which was seed corn for the vegetable garden given by Miss Cora Lee Coleman. The next club meeting will b« held on the fourth Friday, and tht place will be announced by the secretary who will send cards lo all the members. YOU ARE INVITED To Hear Rev. R. Scott Baird Fach Evening This Week at 7:30 O'Clock In a Series of Sermons On "FACES ABOUT THE CROSS Tonight "MARY HIS MOTHER, Who Was Standing By." We Welcome You FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 600 W*$t Main S*r««t BiyfhcviWe, Ark, * Insurance ! of every kind ! Phone 3545 | W. J. Pollard 1 Agency Hotel Bldg. * My Regular Delireriet Have Been Completed I Still Have Available • few bushel* of High Germinating PIONEER Hybrid SEED CORN in Popular Varietiej CALl OR SEE Mrs. Howard Bowen Luxoro, Ark. Phone 1-F-ll LOANS Fnnn loans nuulc to fit your individual needs. Our rc-piiyniQiiL privilege Hi'mitot) all borrowers. Let u» our Pro-Pay inont Reserve Plan, . .. . ,. NO EXTRA CHARGES - NO APPLICATION, APPRAISAL, ATTORNEY'S or CLOSING FEES and NO COMMISSION If \ve uvrmnje u UHIN with you it is good business for us lo nuilfc it fit your needy beciuse farm loans ure lnvt'sttm;til only when lliuj are good for the furm owner. • . NOBLE GILL AGENCY Phone 3131 For River-Washed Buy SIX PAIRS 1 aiid get tho Guarantee Certificate. I 6 months' wear or six new pairs free. Knit proportioned to fie small, average and large si/e man. • laundry tested and approved. ' IMPORTANT: Ray His Socks Accnnli» She Shoe lie Wears. la the Joe Isaacs, Inc. SAND «qd GRAVEL Phone We Also Soil Good Black Sandy Loam Dirt for Fills Larkin Service Station 219 East Main St. K. M. Larkin llulen Holmes NOTICE- Mrs. Robert M. Graves Now has the Authorized Agency for the Electrolux Cleaner and Air Purifier For Your New Cleaner or Supplies Call 2650 POULTRY WANTED! Mr. Davis is connected with the country's largest poultry luiycrs and offers highest prices at all (iiiit'H. TODAY and TOMORROW'S pRICES— Hens — 25c Cox — 16c HKING YOUR POULTRY TO US. 1711 West Vine St. Blytheville I'rlrcs Subject to Without Notice Open for Business!. TAYLOR For Your Home Just received large shipment at S])rliig-fillcci living room furniture, 2 piecs! living ruran suites, $159.95 to {264.50. Couch suites, a piece, $101.95 to $100.50. Conch only $59.95 to $88 M). Also n lurtie number of spring filltil rucVtrs to select from. Alvin Hardy Furniture Co. SOI East Main St. New and Us*d Phon« 2302 ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES Let us figure your bit! of materials or tho total Contract, including labor. WALPOLE ELECTRIC CO. 110 So. Sec. Phone 3371 SAND AMD GRAVEL CO. Specializing in River-Washed Sand and Grove 1 Plant and Office Located On River at North End of Bushy Ave. CARUTHERSVILU, MO. Lawnmowers Expertly sharpened and repaired. Phone W c P' 0 ' 4 U P nn( * ^ c ' ivcr - Immediate service and guaranteed satisfaction 2192 nssured. We also specialize in gas-and electrical welding. • ' F. L. WICKER MACHINE SHOP 215 N. Second

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