The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 1, 1936 · Page 32
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 32

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Wednesday, July 1, 1936
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'PAGE 8 SECTION C BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 193G To Our Neighbor The Lee Wilson Company 1 HE Lee Wilson Company can rightfully take its place in Arkansas' Centennial year as one of the state's most notable achievements.,, it has built, during its half century of Arkansas' progress, a one-man town of the largest group of industries in the United States .;. and in developing the largest cotton growing farms in the world it has also helped make Mississippi County the largest cotton growing county in the world, which has given this section of Arkansas international recognition. \ i We, the friends and neighbors of the Lee Wilson Company who have watched the town and its many industries grow from the humble beginning of a country store and sawmill to an estate of national recognition extend our good wishes that this fine organization which hafc brought credit to our community, shall continue to share the succiess which it has so painstakingly built and earnestly won through fifty years of progress. The Lee Wilson Company is a neighbor who has never failed to extend its help, council and good will to Mississippi County and its most humble citizen . . its fiftieth anniversary should be recorded in Arkansas' Centennial year as one of the state's finest accomplishments. And it is with pride that we look across our fields and waft our best wishes and godspeed. LOWRANCE BROS. JOHN E. UZZELL E. B. CHILES RUFUS BRANCH J. C. CVLLOM & SON B. F. BUTLER L. P. NICHOLSON L. P. BOW DEN C. H. WILSON G- L. WADDELL HALE JACKSON C. L. DENTON 0. L. WHITE

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