The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 5, 1944 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 104-1 Fewer Marriage Licenses Sold 28 Couples Apply At Local Office In Past 10 Days The sale of marriage licenses here during the past 10 days took a decided slump ns compared with similar periods In recent months. The office at the county clerk issued licenses to the following: Russell E. Vanglldcr mid Miss Mildred Martin, both of Jackson, Mo.; unett Barney Morris of Blyllie- illc, and Miss Helen Ruth chlsm of Burdettc, Ark; Nick Lacy Carpenter and Miss Henrietta Harper, both of Wlckcliffe, Ky. Alvin Troy Blaylock' of Rector, Ark., and Miss Dimple Mayficld of Huffman, Ark,; Charles P. Cnrduer r.nd Miss Anna Gwyn Daniel, both of Henderson, Ky.; Norman Wayne Davis of Blylhcvltlc, and Miss Juanlta Wallace of Manila! Ark.; Willis Sims and Mrs. Ethel Craft, Loth of Dell, Ark.; Ralph W.- E. Patterson of Metier, Ga,, and Miss Gwendolyn Jones of College 'Park, Oa.; Elsworth W. Statlcr and Miss Flossie Marie DcWitt, 'both of BlytliBvllIc! . En thorn W. Moss and Miss Carol V. Stephens, both of St. Louis, Mo,; Joe A. Miilllns and Miss Marvlne McAleer, both of South Bend, Ind.; Earl Eugene Hodge of Christopher, 111., and Miss Mary Belle Bowlln of Vilier, 111.; Marshall L. Adams and Miss Ruby Preston, both of Matthews, Mo.; Roscoe E. Harris of State College, Pa.; and Miss Louise Daniels of Reklsville, N. C.; Joseph Lee Parker of Dyersbur;, Tenn., and Miss Eraline Lucille Hubbard of Micldlcstoro. Ky. Jolmnie Clovlin Neivton and Miss Lena Belle Brill, Irtth of Manila, Ark.; Trcmnlne .H. Spainhoui of Rural Hall, N. O., and Miss Nancy Evans Williamson of Nor/oik, Vn.; Robert E. Horeisli and Miss Details ^Kondratowlez, hoth of St. Paul, jftlinn.; Duanc Charles Link of St. FLaiils; Mo., and Miss Lena Alberta .-Jorc. of Bragg City, Mo.; Joe Woodrow Osborne of Manlln, Ark., and Miss Elizabeth McKcc Stewart of DeLaiirl. Pin.; Richard McCain find Miss Betty Jo Alton, both of Blytheville. Boyci A. Higgins of Alvercla, Pa., r.nd Miss Lsvcrn Smith of Leacli- villc, Ark.; James A. Anderson and Mrt. Eunice Louis Nelson, toth of Blytheville: Fflrrest Crites and Miss Wanda Worrell, both of Cape Girardean, Mo.; Alva Wampler. of Farmington, Mo., and''Mrs. Bcrtlia Sutterflekt of Bonne' Terre, Mo.; Sinnnie Junior Watts and Miss Geneva Mae Hcndon. toth of Blytheville; Charles H. fitch of •Roanoke, Va., and Mrs.. Mildred Loraine Roney of Philadelphia, Pa.; Walter J. McDowell and Mrs. Mary Edna Stirihnm, both of St. : Louis. BLYTHEVILLE COURSE.KB' Two Youths Die And Womeru Hurt; In Highway Crash BATESV1LLB, Ark,, Dec, 5(U,P.) — Two 19- year- old Melbourne youths were killed «nd two young women were seriously-Injured Saturday night.In a'head-on.collision on a bridge near Melbourne. Remel winfree and Ted Eaklhs died at a Batesvllle hospital • soon after their arrival. -Mrs, Winfree, aged 20, suffered a -crushed right leg and severe cuts. And Miss Jean: Hlghtowcr, 18,- suffered n fractured skull and concussions. The automobile, driven by Mrs. Winfree, crashed head-on into a creamery truck on the narrow bridge. Both of the dead youths suffered fractured skulls and other : injuries. leedy .children. 7. To Have a father and sou banquet., :,,'. ; '. . . . '' 8, Mike 'articles tor Junior Red Cross.'. 1 .' '.••'. ». Make over-sea boxes for people unable to obtain such. 10. To assist In canning kitchens n every way. possible. ROCK, Dec. 5 tup.)— >elta Planting 'Co. of Osccoln Sat- irday filed-nrtleles of Incorpora- lOn with the secretary of slate. The Jlrm proposes toi acquire all ypes pfjtarm machinery and farm ands. f^ie company will begin >usiness!lrtth $10,000 capital nnd tas IwueASOOO shares of sloek with no par va\e. Incorporators were A. J. PloridalG. H. Florida a\\A Lilian B, Ayri^, all of Osccoln. Future Fanners Elect Officers Year's Work Program Is Adopted By Group At Luxora Meeting Richard Prltchard of BlytlievUle was elected president of Mlsstsshv 1)1 County Allure Farmers of America organizations at a meet-' ing of representatives of the various comilj groups held last week at Luxora. .. > Other officers elected were- Dick Parker, Wilson, vice-president; Vaster.,Zumwalt, Le'aclivllle; secretary; Omer Green, Kciser,' treasurer; Gale Hanna, Luxora, reporter;. Freeman Robinson,- Blytheville adl visor, and J. L. Webb, LcachvUle.- watch dog." • ' ' 1. . It was decided to meet once every two months and with each of the eight different vocational centers; with the next meeting to fce held at Kelser. Denver Johnson stntc president of FFA, gave a re- r-'rt about the, annual FFA convention held at Kansas,City. i The following program of work was adopted for the cnmtn'g tear.':' 1. To give several'raaio programs' about FFA. 2. To build and maintain-a cabiii on Big Lake. 3. To.sponsor scrap iron and pa-, per drives. ' 'i 4. Have each chapter (o-secure a livestock loss prevention kit. ' ' 5. To sponsor a judging Contest and softball tournament. G. To build Christmas toys for ORDER the Chan'wy Court, Chlcka- wb. DWrlchMlssissippl founlv, Arkinsas. pil; :T,'i . 'annle Llritzenlcli.,- Plnlntlff, . vs. No.63«! V 'V ^. L. Llntzenlcn, eCi,al_,' Defendant. The defendant Ipy O. Grimwood, Is hereby waJfifd to appear within thirty days/Si the court lamed In the can«,<* hereof ami mswer the.complrSiCTf the plain :!/f. Fannie Lintzenlc?, Dated this 1th day if December, i Kight an His Doorstep LATROBE; P.V."(UP)— Here' fs'rT man who found the legendary "acres of diamonds" ' in his own backyard. Charles C. Wedemeyer came home from a day of fruitless hunting, only to find a Hiigneck pheasant lying on his back porch. The bird had been killed when it flew into the screen door and broke '; neck. r SI'KCIAI.IST'S CIIOIU11! Use lorqmla' sent us by Tlioralon .t Minor Clinic. Kclttivea |.l!a fain. ItcMnf, soreness QUICK: THsn tends to Kliriak KtrcHic?: EOflcna. Get {1:00 Cube Thoraton St lllaor'a Rental Ointment. Or get Tbornion A Minor ]toctal SupposJIoflM, only a tmr: cenli max. la. OOIlIS»IKjin IOUAI. At all good drug stores everywhere ,-in Blytheville, at Kirby Drug. THEATRE "'Manila, Ark. WEEK-DAY: NIOHTB Box Office Opens 7:15—Show StarU at 7:2L. 8ATUEI)AY« 4 80NDAT8 : Box Office. Open* 1 Shaw StirU 1:15 . Tuesday & Wednesday Tuesday Highl Is Oppbrtunlty Night "LITTLE ABNER'-'- 1'our fa-vorite cartoon alhe on th< screen bas«d on ijnittd Feature Comic by Al Capp ' RKO NEWS AND COMEDT; GUARANTEED TIRE RECAPPING! 24 Hour Service Also—Vulcanizing and Tire Repair WADE COAL CO. N. Hwy. 61 CEILING PRICES Phone 2291 TOYS FOR CHRISTMAS Moke Your Selections Now— USE OUR LAYAWAY PLAN HUBBARD HARDWARE CO. '25 Years' Continuous Service" Planters Hdw. Co., Inc. home 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 Phone 515, Blytheville, Ark. 'iren Incorporates 1941. :'. , ; HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk. C. M. Buck, Atty. for pit, 1 a. W. Bnrham, Atty. ud lltem, WANNING ORDER 111 I lie Clmiccry Court, C'hlck»»»w b.i District, Mississippi County, Tna Tally, Plaintiff, vs. No. 8899 Lawrence Tally, Defendant. . The defendant Ijiwrchce Tally,.Is hereby warned to appear within thirty dtiys In the court named In the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Ina Tally. Dated this 20 day of Nov., 1944 HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk, Claude P. Cooiwr, Ally. n|21-2B-121&-ia WAUMNG ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chickaww-, ba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. T. DC Witt Dodson, Plaintiff, vs. No. 8898 Daisy Ellen Dodson, Defendant. The defendant, Daisy Ellen Dodson, Is hereby warned to appear within thirty days In the court 1 named in the caption hereof »hd answer Ihc complaint of the plain, tiff, T. De Witt Dodson. ! Dated this 20 day of Nov., 1914, HARVEY MORRIS, Olcfk. Claude K. Cooper, Atty. 11(21-28-1215-12 ,itii «.• • W. MM Hllburne L Murt* , The d«<»n»Unt, MlMine t. Mur««, Is lieftby .fcifnW to aupcnr within thirty diW'.ln llio court ««nicd Iri,<ht'cttil6h -hereof tind tU« WlnJ)l«lnt bt the plaln- Clerk. . ., .., Dated thh S4_ai>.'W November, ' HAflVBY, F. coopef, Aliy, ' VVAS.NINO i>IU>i:K In the Chirifery C*kjri Chlcluwaw- b» DLittia,: MMrltJppI County, Ark»n»»»,.., '-.•'_ v y '•; - , RoberthaC(iifirii Wiliillft, 'vs. .'.''^d.^MM-.'' • T, C, Cal™| ! ,pefen<i»nt, The def(md»ht,T,,tt, Calvin, is hereby wfirnjid : to'- »pp«ar within thirty d»yiilh.tlit tourt named In th« eaptlon bertof end answer the complaint Of .the plaint III, Robcr- tha Calvin. - ••' ,,'•,' ,-Dated this 20 ddy of November, HARVEY jioRRJS, Clerk. Claude P. Coopor, Atty, _^ ' . - , ll|2I-28-12|5-12 '••<c f WAKNINO OKItf.K In[t|w Oliancery Court, Chlckasxw- IM Diitrlct, AIisslnlji|il County, Arkausjs, >y Vfliwtter Wnlkcr, I'laltitllf, vs, No. (1881 Pmy 0. Wnlkcr, Defendant, The (lofcndniit, Perry 0. Wnlkcr, Is' hereby warned to npiienr within thirty dnys.ln the court named in tlia caption hereof mid iinswcr the complaint of Die plnlntlif, Ruby Vniiulter Wnlkcr. ' Dated this » day ot November 1SU. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk. By Boris Millr. n, C, Percy A. Wright, Ally, for Pltf. Oltuido P. Coo|)er, Alty. tul Ulcni, PAGE-FIViS',^ WARNING ORDER In the Clunriry Court, Chlck«*'ir- b» District, 1 MlMlulppI CMUtr, Arkilliias. T J. W. Pound, PlulnllrT, vs. No. 8841 Urella Pipkin Pound, Defendant, . The defendant, !,oretU» Plpklii Pound, Is hereby warned to appear wllhln Ihlrty days In the-court named In the caption hereof and WAHNItSfi OKDKtt III tlio <,'liiiiiccr)' Court, C'litrknuaw- ba Dlitrlii, ' Mississippi County, Minnie K,lmuell, Plalnllir, . vs, ''NO. ami Jolm Klmbell, Dctendiuil. The <le,ff'!i(l|iiil, John Klmlwll. Is hereby warned to uppcnr within thirty (liiys^ln (ho court mimed In Ihe cupllon hereof nnd nnswer Ihc coniplnlnl of t))c pluliilur, Jilliinl Klmbell, Dnlcd this 21 diiy of Nov., IBM. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk, n, 0. Meadows, Ally. for. PIr. Claude P. Coopor, Ally, for Utem. 1I|31.S8-12|S-1U llilf 20 day of, November,' '' IJARVEY MORRIS, Cterlc , By Doris Muir, Do / ' ' Percy A, Wright, Attv. for Pltf. , , Claude P, cooper, Atty. for Deft,- ', 1 1lr>1_OO 10le in t . You're Not Too Old To Feel Young TliLi Is a message for men who have known llfo but no longer llnd It thrilling because of (he tack of certain vitamins nnd hormones. Tromoiio, n recent me<llc«l discovery combining vUnmins and. hormones mny multiply trio vim tru> •rest nnd enjoyment you once knew. Your whole approach, your whole altitude toward life, may Improve when you begin to use Tromorie, Now it nmy bo possible for huddle n««l men to again enjoy the name spirit, vitality and pleasuier that made their youth n thing • to re member. Aildeu years may not sub tract from your pleasures when you uso Tromoiio, the new medical formula combining vitamins and hormones. Follow directions on label. Tromono for salo by Robinson Drug Co. nnd druggists everywhere. The high cost of living The low price of electricity LOOK at the cost of living-up 25.4% sine* 1939.* Or would you rather not? Thcu look at the cost of electricity— down 3.2% during the same period!* Feel hetter? Of course, the reduction is a nation-wid^ av«r' age, and partly due to increased mage, which earns lower rales. But it continues a long-time trend. In fact, the average American family gets about twice as much electricity for its money today aa it did 15 years ago I (So why isn't your bill cut in half ? Because you have more electric servants now. Kilowatt-Jioun arc much cheaper—hut you're using a lot more of'em!) .Will you pardon us a moment while we point with pride to our wartime record? Production up —<price down—no rationing—no shortages. Thanks to far-sighled business management, every, war plant making weapons has had plenty of electric power. 'And so will every peacetime factory making jobs! . *lo)l f guru Item (I. S, lattea ol iikai ilallilht • Bear ISELSON EDDY crcr)' Wcdnctitay evening in the brilliant new muticol thovr, "The Electric Hour," icil/i Rvlicn dnnbruitcr't Orchetlra, lOiSO PHI, EWT, CBS niVtcorfc DON'T WASTE ELECTRICITY JUIT IECAUJE IT'S CHEAP AND ISN'T fiATIONEDI Msinessito Serve tyou^ Visit Vn In Our * " NEW BUILDING Located at 121 E. Main St. T. I. SEAT MOTOR CO. Cbry»ler Dealer - Parts & Service m E. Main phone 2122 CHICKASAW W«rt Main Ne»r Zlii 8L tel (tort* «!«; But. fUrtt liU Nluhl .h'owil B:'*S' ''"' Ezctpt MoniUy, open* •:« , ., Btt. »ud Bu. i i Tuesday '' -•-' BVDQY NITE I Tlck«U For the Price' of 1' ' 'THE DESPERATE CHANCE WITH ELLERY QUEEN" (lith ' I William (iiirfi.m ami .Margaret Ijliubey ' Also Comedy, Wednesday & Thursday Double Feature "BLONDIE FOR VICTORY" , Hi'li , ,, the HumsleaUs "SWEATER GIRL" with < Millc llruckcn New Theater Manila's Finest What h.»« jail done today lh»t \' Homo mollier'8 t,on slniuld die tor" you tomorrow? —BUY BONDS— ih our lobby.' No waiting. We ore issuing agents. " Tuesday ,,,, , , "THAT'S MY BABYV , with Richard Arlcn & t.\\tn Drew" Serial & Sliorl Wednesday & Thursday "SAN FERNANDO VALLEY" with Iloj Kogeri Kox News & Sliorl Open 6:45, , Show Starts 7:00 Tuesday PAL NITE Weekend iPass with - MarlhaO'DriscplI & Noah Beerj, Jr. Sclccled Shorts ' Wednesday & Thursday '• "DISNEY'S BfSt EVERT Tbe famousBook of,the Month, i its romance, laughter, drama [vitalized with color, song and \ i ...'..»i.._ _.'?. r »*i '* * • >• breathless spectacle! From fh« ly F.lix DillribttltJ i if ktuti RKO RADIO Picture* tHHtM SiUS *•« 8»«OS »« s'»v« March of -Time vv 1 Short

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