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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 9, 1946
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illURSDAY, MAY 9, 1946 Publk Library Proves Popular Circulation Report ;._; Shows 236,887 Volume • " Used in Seven Months. ( Rending Is an Increasingly popu- •V-ir pastime in Blytheville, with 236.887 books In circulation from Blytheville Public Library ilurlm; the past seven months, It was announced by Mrs. Ira Gray, librarian. The circulation report was made at: a library board meeting Tuesday night at which it was an- j>ouhc«J (hat Harry W. Haincs Ijiivd been named a new board meipber. Mrs. c. W. Affllck, chair- r&tn, presided. j_.In discussing the excellent clr quMUon, it was pointed out tliat ^56 new borrowers rend books during that time, ol which ]90 were adult and 260, juvenile. , Of the 10.963 books In the library, 513 were added from Oc- tpber, 1M5 to May 194«, and 1.G40 are from Mississippi County Li-1 brary, c A partial list of books added iai -,•,.„ i ir . „ „ - . , March and April follows: For flr-sl. </'"!,,' *T '," *cond and third grades; "l*^\°L£ 1 ™-i,"..™L% Do Better," Leaf; "Let's Piny jLYTriEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS • SUNDAY SCHOOL UBSOM Learning to Live Together their feet: assuring them that tlf had come, not lo Iw ministered unto, but to minister, and to give His life a ransom for many. "It is more Messed to ijlve thnu lo receive," He said. The world still does not accent By WILLIAM V,. GIl.KOV, 1). 1). Someone evidently liaxl offended the Apostle'Peter, and Ptier came to Jesus. Inquiring how often a brother should offend against him and be forgiven. "Until .we'i limes?" asked Peter. But JesUs said) "Not until seven times. _ but until seventy times but the world"cnmioiTicTp acknowi'.' •PI"'i i • i et| 8i!>g the greatness of those who That put forgiveness on a large most truly put the values that e basis, and that's where It ought to taught into their lives. it is Hie balnt Francises, the Father Damiens, the Dr. Grenfells. the semnils and lovers of their fellowmen, not the conquerors and exploiters, who stand highest In Lenski; "Little Farm, 1 liouse, I>nslci; "Me Too," Willis; "Millions of cats," C'ag and "The Runaway Train," puller. Fourth, fifth and sixth: "Freddy's Cousin," Brooks; "The Half- Penny Adventure," Seaman; "Harriett," McKlmey and "Melissa Ann," Purtoh. "Seventh and eighth j>rad<>: "Black Beauty," sewell; "Melisso Ann," parton; "Model child." Hall; and ."The Story or Aviation," Montgomery. Others Include "Best Play of 1944-1946," Mantel, "Fireslds Christmas Stories," Wagenkneck; "The - American Language." Men- Chen; "Autobiography of William be put if there is to be forgiveness at nil. Tlie question and the answer, however, remind us lhat even Hie good men whom Jesus had called to the-inner circle had to learn to live together. They had left all to follow Jesus, but they had not left themselves. They had still their ambitions, their desire to be first, their notions of greatness. Living together amicably did no| come naturally even to these disciples, it has to be learned; and Uic disciples were fortunate in finding such fi Teacher. We, too may learn in the school of Christ. >[ght sense "'l P">l«r The late Dr. W. T. Gunii, a former Moderator of the United Church of Canada, used to give an address on the theme, "Is Your Square Square?" He told of putting up a little building with his two sons Despite all their care things didn't impress the lesson with words. He (might them by example, washing Luxor a Music Pupils To Present Program J-OXORA, Ark., May 9.—The mn- Eic pupils of Mrs. T. I... Stanford and several guests will be presented in .the following greatness and honor, seem lo come out right. When they checked up, Ihcy found thill the square Ihey were using had evidently fallen on the hard rock of the Island and been sprung, so that it was no lunger true. There arc standards of living that correspond to the square and the phimb-linc. If (he of values and worths is wrong, Ihe life will be wrong The hardest lask that Jesus had was lo make the disciples see what, was most worthwhile, and what constituted true greatness. They had the notions thai have generally prevailed among men- Hint greatness consisted in plane and position, in power and precedence. Hut, Jesus said, "It shall not be .so among you," and "He lhat would be greatest among you let him be the servant of all." When He conld not sufficiently Sheriffs Discuss Crime Prevention National Association Holding Three-Day Session in Little Rock. LITTLE HOCK. May ft. <UI>>~ Sheriffs here from l-i .slates i" .the nation wore ivady todav for crime prevention programs, a luncheon, discussion panels on detention, and an Informal dinner, booked lo round oul ih,> second day or K a-ilny iiiinual convention. The men, mcmbnis of the Nation- ill Sheriffs' Association, registered esk-rday morning nll<1 B0 t Into ie swing of things in I lie afler- oon with a progress report bv leir executive secretary, Charles Halm. Jr.. of Wiislilngtoii. D. C. In anolhr-r u il<livs.v, Deputy Shcr- Phone 2001 We Deliver Iff Uobeii E. Moore of Detroit, (old the delegates thai one criticism always head ngatnst sheriffs Is too much politics and loo llltle hiw enforcement, Moore, n deputy (or more than 23 years under eight dltfeient sheriffs, spoke on tho relationship between sheriffs iiiul deputies. fix committees were immedTy (lie association's president. SherliC 1-ViTis K. Luens of Port Huron, Mirh. The Rloli]xs were lo selccl llii-ir own chairmen «nd report back lo the main body Krlduy. Vho lliuil day af UK- convention. Too Lote to Classify For Sale A. White," "Flight to England,- high school auditorium 'JNormal, Lives for the Disabled;" night, 8 o'clock: ••.Vost; "Saints and .strangers." •Williamson; "The Anatomy ol ,*f' Peace," Reeves. Adult fiction books newly added are the "Caravan," Smity; "Bofor., Sun Goes Down," Howaro; "Dangerous Grounds," Wickward; '-.The Family on Maple street,'" Taber; "Friday's Child." Hcyci; ''Eorecaste of Glory," Stuart. "David the King." Schmitt; -Thu End of the Trail," Field; "He Who Whispers." Car; "The High Barbaree." Nordhoff; "Life Line," Bottome; "Plantation parade," Kane; "The Turquoise." Seton: "White Tower," Oilman; "Winter Meeting," Vanse end "The Yellow Room." Rlneriart. »1IOO Xnylur. Memphis Feels Pinch of Strike Born Shortages .-. Tenn., May 9 (UP) — A' mass meeting of business men and .labor representatives will be held., by the citizens Emergency Committee here tomorrow to plp.n -course of action in the face of ous industrial shutdowns ex- because of the coal strike. zaymond Skinner, chairman ot he. committee, said local indus- ries faced Inevitable shutdowns ,cau£e of the strike and wirte- spr,ead unemployment was certain less coal supplies reached the , inles Sty. The Illinois Central railroad will lay off 25 per cent of its termin-il Employes here at noon today, ana the freight embargo is expected to reduce .supplies of feeds, perishable foodstuffs, newsprint and industrial ..materials soon. Boys' State Registration Deadline is May 18 LITTLE ROCK, Ark., May D. tU.P.l—Registration for Arkansas Boys' state will close May 18, according to C. B. Parlee. The weeklong program, sponsored by the lerican Legion, will be held Mnv 1-June 1 at ihe Arkansas School v the Deaf in Little Rock. A quota of two boys from eaci' Legion post with 1.000 or mor; members and one boy from eaci. post with less than 1,000 members has been allotted. program, iu th'J tomorrow . 8 o'clock: "Blew Bugles," Vilijac! Chai-Ue Joe Koekehderfcr and Hoss Swain;. "Valse in D Major." Dolmetsch. Christine Johnson; "Morning prayer." streahboe 1 , Mary Virginia Po- teer; "Vake Arabesque". Lack. Betty Sue Mifflin; "Forget-Me-Not." Macbeth, Charlene Garner; "Saturday Night Jamboree" Fisher. Cecil Wright; "The Kerry . Dance" Mallory, Wade McHenry, puiii'l of 3itsy Silliman: "Barjoiiig,'the Polly Wolly Doodle" Giovanh, Charlie Joe Kochendeffer. "Amarylis." Ohys. Mnrylyn Mea-, :lows-Dixie Howard; "Deep Piivple • DeRose, Sarah LangstOl^ "Three ind. Twenty Pirates." Seuel-Holsr. Ross Swain; "Mardi OraB" button. Marylyn Meadows; "The Highwav- inaii," Noyes, Miss Christine Cal- vcrt; "Melody of Love" Eiigleman, Anne Owen; "Polish Dance" Sch- arv/enka, Sarah Langston-DIlsv SU : llman; "Rustic Dance." Howe!!. Dixie Howard; "Valstc Chromati- que" Godarci,'Pegsy Ann' 'Rbdgers; "Alarm Clock Hustle" Stewart. Cecil Wright; "My Hero" Strauss, Lorine Edwards, pupil of Mrs. Dnlton C. Powlston bf Blytheville; "Pollva Dot Polkn" Schaurn. Mary Virginia Poteet; "ivfinuet" Paderewski, Chris- Line Johnson; "Happy Farmer," Schuman, Cecil Wright; "Clair De- Lune" Debussy, Miss Ditsy Silliman. Battleship's Bakery The bake shop of a modern 35,000-ton battleship, each week turns out 3800 loaves of white, raisin and graham bread. 700 pies, 8000 hot rolls, 4800 cinnamo.i rolls, between 6000 and 9000 cookies, and fruit slices, coffee rings and birthday cakes for special occasions. Read courier News Want Ads. rnlllv:ilnr .All cnsli. .1MIIP« MCI. 9 i>k-J{> 'V't ^V vfe r lanil. 2 mill* cj( IO |,,'r .-ci-rcy e.,- l.iiml. West . i.ll .Max I..IIMII. ].yn,.|i liiiiUHn^ O-rk-13 row Rotary Hoc. Hildr»-d liunch, Yarbro. 5-9-pk-lJ , Situation Wanted Services Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With More Comfort FASTEETH, a pleasa ,t alkalin (non-acid) powder, hokij false teetl more firmly. To cat and talk in mor comfort, just sprinkle a little PAS TEETH on your plates. No gummy Booey, pasty taste or feeling. Check, "plate odor" (denture breath). Oe FASTEETH at any drug store. For the Next Few Weeks Reinmiiler's Cafe will be Closed on Sundays Genera/ to Retire UrrrJB HOCK, Ark., May ». (U.l 1 .)—MiiJ. Gen. Enill K. Kcln- hardl will round ouL 40 year« active duty In the Army when retires Saturday commanding Tin 1 Hague Conference III 189'J dicri'iM (hat aircraft should not lake part in war. iteneral of the "infantry Keplace- inenl Training Center nt Camp KobLnson. A native or B«y city, Mich., Vjclnhardt entered West Point In 1906, wa.s Kraduiiti'd in 1S10, uml had iwrml for 3* years In the Philippines. In Germany and wllh the Washington Provisional Brigade. As commander of thet Mth Division, he had an uotivc par'. In the bxltlu for Ihe RhliU'lami and cenlrul Germany In World War II. CASH BUYERS for YOUR PROPERTY! for a quick .sal* set* m«. I have buyers for homes, l.isl your property with me. My commission is !>%. 1 have no sidelines. H. C. CAMPBELL Office I2« So. Second Ph»nn 446 or tfit 20,000 Block Market Arrests in Berlin Raids HEHLIN, May 9. (UP)—The American military Kovermirani »n- lounced today (hat W.OOO persons were nrrc*te<i for black marketing durltiK recent lightning raids In downtown Berlin. Ocn. Joseph T. McNarncy's re- and liollvla. port for March and Aprti MM M diedb of QtrmitL **», «M^ wllh military ' nlliiiiMtii. '."te iiiudu ns many u tMt arnct* a single day.'" - Lake Tiik-aca, the Likt In Cloudt,, lio* 1100 f«ct «W*» level In the Andes between ATLAS CHICK C 0, IN UlilHIil QYH n.J HAYS STORE Quality Merchandise Better Values Blytheville, Ark. 200 E. Main Courteous Service GROCERY VALUES I Crisco3lb.jar75c CORN First Lady Cream Style No. 2 Can Cose Jack Sprat Cream Style Ho. 2 Can Case PEARS Val Veto No. 2'/2 Can Cose 6 KRAUT Gold Kist No. 2'/2 Can Case 3 .50 SALMON Alaska Churn Can ] | .95 KIDNEY BEANS Roya/No. 2 Gem Can Case «V CHILE Hunter's with Beans Can WR Eighty Plain or Self Rising 25 Lb. Sack - - $1.35 50 Lb. Print Bag - $2.65 4.25 Hunt's Pure Peach JAM BLUE STAR Pure Plum pz, jar 29C oz. jar 29C Extra Standard TOMATOES - - No.2Can14c----Case3.19 HOMINY, Van Camp No.2Can12c PEANUT BUTTER, Canova -..'... Qt.59c Field and Garden Seed SUDAN 100 Ibs. 9.95 HARDWARE .& HOUSEHOLD NEEDS Romac Mops 7 a good one - - Each 69c Radio Batteries, Ever Ready, 1000 hr. - - 5.95 Radio Batteries, 500 hr. - - - - 3.95 Cotton Chopping Hoes, Red Hawk - Each 98c Tractor Funnels, Heavy Galvanized - - 1.10 Grease Guns, Lincoln or Alemite, each 3.95 WORK CLOTHING for MEN AND BOYS Largest assortment consisting of well known brands: Tuf-Nuts, Dickies, Duck Head, and 619 Bucks. One lot of Dickies Army Cloth Pants and Shirts to match, each — $3.95 One lot of Brown Duck Head Boy's Sanforized Overalls, Site 4 to 10. Sour or Dill PICKLES - - Gallon 98c Red Triumph — 100 Ib. POTATOES - sock 2.45 Economy _ • a ;, ^ < qfe0| MILK - - can 7c; case 3.10 Great Northern .« «OT<| BEANS - 25 Ib. Bag 2.45 WAYNE FEEDS Wayne Rabbit Pellets - Wpyn« — Print Bag Chick Starter -100 Ibs. 4.75 Wayne — Print Bag Growing Mash, 100 lbs:4,2S Wayne — 100 Lbs. : Pig and Sow Mea! - : - - 4.15 Wayne 35V — 100 Lbs/ Hog Supplement - — 4.25 Wayne 16'- Dairy Feed -- 100 Ibs. 3.45 Wayne 32% ' Dairy Feed -- 100 Ibs. 3.65 Wayne — 100 Lbs. Poultry Fattener - - - - 3.65 Wayne — Complete Calf Feed ---100 Ibs. 4.75 Wayne , -• For Pigs, Hogs, Cows — TOO Lbs. , [Wheat Mixed Feed --- 2J Dog Food - - - 25 Ibs. 1.75 Wayne Dog Food - - 1QOIbs.5.9S STRAW HATS Field Hats and Dress Straws One Lot Men's Helmets, $4.32 Cloth Covered, Water Proofed 1 '1 DRY GOODS One Lot Novelty Curtains Pair 3.50 One Lot Bed Spreads, Good Heavy Ones each 6.95 A Good Assortment of Children's Anklets, One Lot Men's Fancy Socks, Elastic Top per pair 49c WATER KEGS 2 gal size $7.95: 3 gal. size $2.25 STAR mm snots Men's WolYcrinc Horse Hide Work Shoes NOTIONS & COSMETICS Give Jergen's and Woodbury's for Mothers Day. Jergen's Lotion, 50e sire '/39c Jcrgen's Lotion, $1. size 79c Woodbiiry's Shampoo, 50c size. , -39c Woodbury's Face Cream, 50c size 39e ? Woodbury's Face Cream, 75c size 59e, .Woodbury's Face Cream, $1.25 size . . . . .97c Jergen's Mokeup, $2. value : $1. BRACH'S CANDIES for Mothers Day t BRACH'S CHOCOLATE PARTY M/X ffi^ Pound Box J7^ SfUCH'S COMTESSA CHOCOLATSS $4.00 Pound Box . . i ."......... I These prices good for Friday, Saturday and Monday, May 10, 11 and 13 subject to stock on hand. limit quantities. We reserve the ;

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