The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 17, 1944 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 17, 1944
Page 8
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.VFAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Negroes To Plan Farm Program » Leaders From Three <! Counties To Meet At '"' Frenchman's Bayou .A , trl-county postwar Negro farm plahnlng meeting will be held at frenchman's Bayou Sunday, Nov. 26, sponsored by the Southern Mediators'^-Association, In cooperation With'.a committee ot citizens of Mississippi, Crlltenden and Polnsett counties. • purpose of the meeting is to map plans for solving problems to follow, the w«r:and establish n sound program for benefit of the r Negro rural citizenry reluming foin 1 service';; H was announced by C. H. Jones, founder-and executive secretary or the Southern Mediators Association. " • •" The meeting will be held at the Negro Baptist Church, beginning nt 2 p. mi Negro leaders in rarm, health and civic activities of this section will be featured on the extensive program. A panel discussion on "The Farms of Tomorrow" will be conducted by John; Gammon Jr., a! Marion, J. W. Haraway of Frenchman's Bnyou, both successful landowners; Jkc Dkon of Driver who rcceiHly won first '• place- tn thci Arkansas Live Al Home Contest among Negro tenant farmers, and R. C. Sctuvood, tenant on the Lowrance plantation. Other Negro business and professional leaders interested In Ihc creating of n better program for farmers, who • will appear on the program,tire: John Arnold,superintendent of the Friendly clinic, Memphis, Mary Banks, home demonstration agent of Mississippi County, B G Wedlock, county examiner of'Edniondson, Ark.; the Rev J H Merchuson, pastor of the Methodist church at Wilson; He'ri- ry'Jones of Memphis, singer; Bish- Op;J. H. Clayborn of Little Rock, of the CMK chuich, Gentry Nlack, head nurse of Ihe Friendly Clinic, and Dr G L Yoijng of Memphis, Who is interested In Hie educn- tlcfnal aspects of the Venpral Disease, program. ^Principal speaker will be C. H. Jones who will speak on "Tomor- roHj's World nnd Lasting Peace." The program will be concluded with a brief talk bv the host pastor, ^(he Rev. c N. Ncal. ''Music mil be furnished by the Baptist Church choir of that community ^ Will Seals of the Cullum Fnrms at Wilson and Loii Thompson of Golden Lake plantation will serve on the transportation committee. ' They are making plans for a crowd of 1500 Negro farmers and friends for thh meeting, expected to be the biggest of this kind ever held^in this section according to the sponsoring group ;.Thls replaces the meeting originally planned lor Blrdsonsj, postponed because of the weather. --The Rev 1 , w M, Wingfield of Osceola, presiding elder of the North east Arkansas of the CME church general chairman, nnd S. M. OrlRs by.of Osceola, county extension agent, vvlli DC among those present i Grows Bumper Cabbages ? WORLAND, Wyo (UP)—A 171 t pound hrtid ot cabbage has bee grown on the farm of Mrs. W. C Hinkle She also reports raisin •12, and H-pound heads of cab\iag< Soldier Sends' From Germany German army cloth soon will become seat covers for the Marvin Palmers' automobile. The 10 yards of "captured enemy military equipment" was sent by Pvt, William Woodrow Evans to his sister, Mrs. Palmer, us a souvenir from Germany but they can think of no better way to enjoy the German elolli than lo ride uixm it. Others who have seen the ihate : fjal thought it pretty enough tor draperies: Of a hemp-like material, the goods resembles our heavy cotton ducking except that it is shiny on one side. Very durable, It measures a scant 29 Inches In width. Accompanying the unusual souvenir, sl was an official certificate showing the material "enptiired enemy military equipment of German army cloth." • v Private Evans gave no explanation of how he secured Ihe gift but In his last letter written Oct. 28, it bore the dateline 'Tn Germany" and asked If the gift had been received. The 2G-ycnr-old'soldler from Lux-' ora in the Heavy Artillery, has been overseas for a year, having first been stationed In England. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer nnd daughter, Mnrlynn, who live on the Armorel road, have another interesting souvenir from overseas. Their son nnd brother, Pvt. Raymond Palmer, 19, who left In April, sent his sister a locket from the South Pacific. Made of Japanese glass, nn Australian coin is encased in the coa- ler wilh the words "To my dear sister" written across (he front. Tlfe words "SW Area" are on the back of the locket. : Camp Show Scheduled Ait. Local Field Dec. 6 'Perk Up," USO Camp Show, III be produced at the BAAF ecreatlon Hall the nlghl of Dec. Featuring Holerie Denlzon, former allerlna with Foklne's Ballet Coin- any, this show will bo produced ere under the auspices of the pecinl Services office. Admission will be free to mlll- iry personnel, their families nnd uesls. A sweater Is an' excellent Insulator In sill! nir, but' very -poor,iti si wind. ' • CHICKASAW Weti BUto New Zlrt Bt •t itarte 1Z:«; Ben. irturte l:*f Nijht (boss 5:43 Except Monday, open* «;« Continuous showi B»t- and Bui Friday and Saturday Double Feature "RIDINGTHROUGH , NEVADA" wilh Chiirles Slarrelt , and "THE BOOGIE MAN WILL GET YOU"- wilh Boris Karloff S; Peter I^rre SE1UAL: "G-Men vs. the '.Black Dragon' 1 '-'^ - "Short-.- - • Sunday and Monday "HI DIDDLE DIDDLE" ' with /lilolphc iUcnjou i Murtha Scott Universal,News / , ,, . Short 1 ' "' ; Mrs. Jesse White Homed District PTA Director Mrs. Jesse M. White wns elected dlslrict director of the Council '. , Parents and Teachers, tit a icetlng of the Board or Managers : the stale organization held Wcd- esday at the Frcderickfi Hotel in lltlc Rock, in this capacity she 111 serve as director for Cross, olnsett, CrIMcndcn and Mitslsslp- I Counties. Plans also were discussed nl the R1TZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. • WEEK-DAY mania 3m Office Opeiu 7:15—Show 8Urt» at 7:30. SATURDAYS * SUNDAYS Box Office Open* 1 Show 8t»rt« 1:15 FRIDAY, NOVEMIJKR 17, 19<M meeting for the'stole convention of Parents and Tcachere, 'which will be held in April in Little Hock. Mrs. White Is president of the Mississippi County Council of ar- ents and Teachers, and patl president of the Sudbury Parent Teach- tr Association, MOROLINE • TiWHiTE PETROLEUM JEILV M!** Last Time Today 'HEAVENLY DAYS" wilh Fibber McCiee & Molly \ 1'ararnouht News Short Saturday "RIDERS OF THE DEADLINE" with lY'Illiani Moyil as 'Hapulonff Cn.vsid lib Chapter "THE IKON CLAW Comedy Saturday om, sticrw 'VOODOO MAN" ''•'with llclu.Lugosi Selected 'Short' Sunday $ Monrlaj "MUSJC IN „. MANHATTAN" .wilh Ann Shirley, Dennis Day 1'hlllp; Terry RKO News •''•'• Uisney Comedy Only top quality, produce get the job of lubricating the motors and machinery on our fighting Navy's ships. So we're proud to tell you that Sinclair lubricants are "used on many Navy ships to assure smooth operation and save'wear.'. 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