The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 19, 1944 · Page 5
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December 19, 1944

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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TUESDAY, DKCJCMBKlt IS), 194 Head of College Soon Jo Retire Reynolds Has Served As Hendrix President More Than 30 Years CONWAY. Ark.. Dec. 19.-i Dr. J. BL.YTHEVILLK COURIER NEWS Wort/me Christmas Toys Give Britisfc CWWren Same Old Thrill LONDON (UP)—Father chrlst- miis is having difficulty filling his sack of toys for this slxlh wartime Christmas in'Britain, but he is stretching his slim supplies of wood "'••"• cardboard and pnint to the sol Conway, has anno will retire soon. He Hcndrix board, he t hv, ho astol I *"° »'.y be . Wl war- T"' 3 '' IU ' C vIeK '" lg lhe firsl ">* lis- »y»*l« Jaundiced eye, Inmcnl- 1J During his long administration Hie Ilciidrix president has increas- ecMhc college physical plant from 5100.000 to 51,000,000 mid lh e endowment from $200.000 to Sl',000.000. lie has obtained for flendi'ix from eastern philanthropic agencies gifts of more than hair a million: dollars | board colng into many toys. But the tots, who really understand Father Christmas and know ho Is eyed wo den et an n SftmC ' chm-i S o HnLi f S&mc ex ~ r kp,?n^ dcl| Sht as have made "*"* SMe (llc be ' lion Boiud of New through which rdiu'ati lions of the Hockefeller.s ire administered. , Other benefactors lit- i-mde Die Carncisle Corporation and the Juilllnrd foundation for Music. The HciKliix president has also brought hlgii standing for tile col- leet' in aciidemic circles. Ilcnclrix was one of the first Arkansas colleges to obtain membership in the North Central Association, and has K'CU accreditation possessed bv no °lher Arkansas college, Including .. - —j^u, mcuiomg -•••---• 'i"i%M> recognition by the Association of C1 »'islmas dm to tr v American Univcrsites, the National ni " ""' '" Association of Schools of i Music, am the Southern Univcrsify Con- older people arc .wiy- • "« to mill .they don't sec any toys that look as if Ihey arc likely lo mas and New Year's Day, The" sly they are rickety, shoddy, ill-made •ind obviously over-priced. Natural- jy i tie boys and BirLs don't look at it this way. Never Hml <l{ ca |' Ones ,s".. BIII - v ;- "Bed six, gels a tiny blackboard whose surface is not quite smooth because it bears the gram of the wood from which it was made, he will not notice that, 'ever having had a rc al one of siatc. Anyway it. would spoil 'the ,. — *r,v to explain to that all the slate Is needed for repairing tile roofs blown on wintry skies by Bl " " ow pieces. A box fi pieces of colored iis ft game o a Is well that," little" Billy and Betty never knew those gorgeously filled toy-ships of old. As It is, they are happily dragging mother from counter to counter with cries of, "Look here!" — "Look there!", and lo watch' them you would think ivcr had been a Christinas as Ihls one is going to be. • Christmas has with, just' so much Red Cross Sets War Fund Goal $180,000,000 Total Needed To Carry On Work During 1945 WASHINGTON, Dee. 19-Am'e>l- CAII Hi'il Ceoss D|irrnllom- nt home and abroad will rcnrli their wart me peak In 1945. ISnsll O'Connor, ..^chairman of the Amerllan Ucd to Crass said in announcing that Ihc lumber, | minimum goal ror the Red Cross -. cardboard and cloth, but War 1'Mnd to be ruiscd hi mere never was a year when von HU5, has been fixed at felt more like (jiving him n hearty """ dicer of encouragement, ami best wishes for successful completion of mi review every one O f his missions Ihls Amcrlcnn March ' Christmas Eve of 1014. 000. The goal wns sel following curo- iiil review ( ,[ budget estimates for Ketl cross work In tho Masons Hold Election \ "Oar new WILSON, Ark,, Dec. 10. _ The appreciable .... Carson Lake Lodge No. C58 Free vvo wl| l render and Accepted Masons, have elected ! >' ni 'hX and at officers. They will be Installed Uec. 29. They arc Sal Freidinan worshipful master; L. P. litter Jr., .senior warden; Floyd Curlock. junior warden; C. \V. Hoover Br sccre- ta,vy; Calvin Williams, treasurer; Garland Shull, senior deacon; B. J. Simmons, Junior deacon; Hcrian Alexander, tylcv, and D. D Cash chaplain. unllcd Stales mill oversells for tho ycnr beginning Mnrch 1, 1045, O Connor ssild. an Dr. Reynolds was born near Enow, Arkansas, in 18C9 and was graduates from Hendrix in 1*93. He holds (he M. A. degree from the University of the Chicago, did grad- imlc study at Oxford Umversity, fcngland, and has received tjie honorary LL.D degree from Ijotjli Heti- nnx and Southern Methodist University. He tHHgJit history at Hen- jfllrix from 1897 to 1302, 'tojnglu at --„ .. .,-^.v^ „, Wie. University of Arkansas from dresses. These are austerity dolls !902 to 1912, and was theii acting ""d "Hie Hetty who knows all president there till 1 1E camh to the Bl ?, 0 °t blackouts ant bomb-shelters 13.1 will understand. The Saxons used ivy, holly and bay In their religions rites, nnd . —.„.,,. these have remained popular fcs- Hitler's 'i™ Christmas greens in England *-•"• • to-this day. N W is his little sister,Betty going o love her new doll this year any rtmvi f aUSC iL ls ' sm » 1 '. Hs eyes M' •• » lose (U1(i il « an 'l say "Ma- wa. As a matter of tact, she will ™'rl 1° ff re f0 '' •'" a " UIc morc icmlerly than usoal liccau.se after six years of war, dolls are not as robust as they were once were, the ones mat uscd to hare long, yellow "ills an,i a wardrobe of flouncy Horidrix presidency in 1913. ft^Hd Courier [Mews Ad« Hold Everything ^J'll's nice, Lambykins, bm I'd w -"•-,-• h ; ,v c ; , n j cc c;ll . lon O f matched cigarcls!" viJir*'" 1 , be rens - 51)rll « for parents M, S , . l .°y- sho " s «'« year to take their children with thcjii. The displays arc not a happy sight for a lone adult with mature memories' oi the magnificent showings of Christmases past. Set of Block $1.15 The wooden toys have a not-quilc finished look, edges are a little rough, grains hot' smoothly planed' down. A small set of painted wooden building blocks costs $1 75 A tinv JVppden'gun shooting a missile, about the size,of a nmtchstlck, $115 For S2.00 there<Is a',small cottage made of heavy 'cardboard, ik vivid blue' windows and red door-trim beckoning; cheerfully but not drawing attention from -the ill-joined walls Little animals made-of plpe-clean- P r Ai<iy.«l ;itvi'jartous_ )>rlgjit shades arc as much as.51.45"each. ' Chess and checker games are made entirely of cardboard; there CONCRETE' BTORM SEWR» ALL 8IZEB Cheaper Thin BHdce Lamker Oiccolo Tile i Culvert Co. FARMERS We have plenty of Iron Roof- Ing ami Rough Cypress Ham Timbers. 3 Year FHA Terms If desired. E. C. Robinson Lumber Co. B yon wmm io Boy ihore 'Wai Bond! SELL US THE FURNITURE 1TOD ARE NOT USING, for cash! Als» liberal trade-In allowance for old ntraitnre on new. Alvin Hardy Furn. Co. : S E. Main Phone 2302 DON EDWARDS The Typewriter Man" ROYAL, SMITH, CORONA, AtTO REMINGTON PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS 118 N. 2nd STREET ' : PHONP Tin? <E*«y li«u«Uon SfcBt B« Satisfactory) WeVe Plenty of IMfilARM^M^ ;.';• "• , m fk i at a & a %. ?s In Europe, In the home but we have •|> the total 1945 goal slls,h(ly ufidflr the one tor 1SH-I be- cniwc of ovcr.subscrlpllon of ouv earlier cpnipalniis' and certain economics In this year's operation," O Connor stilted. "After personally InspcclliiK our operations In England nnd on the comment, nnd B ftcr coiifi>rrlni> with Clciicral.5 Elsenhower, llriuliey, I'at- lo«, nnd Clark, I foresee nn Increase In (he need for American lied Cross wn'lces on the continent now nnd for some time alter the Knropean flslillng Is over. Mkc-- wlsc It U obvious the American Red gross must expand t\s 1'ndflc nnd *flr Knslcm operations (luring (he coming f c nv. "'I Is our Intention Unit licit Crosi stay with O nr Iroops mil I! nil of hem nrp returned home nnd continue lo servo llicm through Ihclr ndjuslnicnL Ulu .k ( 0 civilian inc. j.\>r this rciiioh we must, ask inc American public to consider our goal of *160,000,000 as an absolute mlnlmuiii." Van Buten Appeals Civil Service Case LI'lTLE HOOK, Occ. 10. (Ul>) — lhe city of Van Hiircn, lor Ihu second lime, ims «p|>ealc(l to (in,. Arkansas Supreme Court from Judg nifilts of Crawford Circuit Com) In liie civil service nisc of Van lunvn Police Chief Hnfus Mnllyck. TlH! city Is nppi'iillnti u siiminiLry Judnment nwindt'd Mnlloi<|t by Ilir lower court, of sraiu' ^>\\>u iijiidnsl lhe c'lly [•«[• buck w»;.;es Ironi llu- lime of his ill.sclitiri><< until (In- Su- premo Couit uplu'UI the (,'iinilt court's decision thai Mnllcuk w,i-; wiiiiisriiUy cllsfhnrnvil ami lu« BJIS XOTici: oi' K.VI.I; v:<i»i:it Notice Is hereby riven Unit llu> nmli'i.sliini'd. us .SliPihl „( Mississippi C'oiinly, Arkiiniiii't. by virtue ut 11 levy ol u (Tiuim will ol" csrciilkin Issued on Ihc lilh day of DrmiilK'r. lO'l-l, "Ul ol llu> Oirnill Oonrl ni llni CliickiiNiwbii OL-iirlci of Mississippi County, ArktmsiiK, upon u j|ti|",iui<tit Ihi'i'c-ln vcronleO. wlu'n-ln';)i>c liny was plulnlllV iniU Wm. li(vli>y, ,)i)| m Neolcy nml Norn NiTh-y \\l-iv de- fcudunls, In Invnr o( Ihc s;ild ,li«. liny, which jiidt'iiu'iit wns, mi tlu> Sill dny of November, I!) I'.!, u:.sinni'<l lo Jinni's II. Kolcsoii, will on I ho , r i day of Januiiry, I'.li:;. nnO bclvi'm the hours of V u'dock In Iho foiv- noon and ;< o'llocli In ll:r a[|;>nionn at said day, nt tin- s.uulh door ol the County C'ouit llousr. In Ihc Clly ol illytlicvJIlo, Aiknusas, offer for sale at publlo auction to the highest biddern|ion l( crc ,(n O f i| nco Ino i,th 5 the followlns described property, to- All of Uls 0, 7, u and 9, In JJtofk 1, of the N. ft. ABhnbran- »IT Addition to the Town of Recapping PAGE FiVK' i Manila, Arkansas M ' ,'1^1 ii purchaser al-tafd Baje wll! be ro- quired, Jp .exepme bond V»h approved security, ,j<, lf * Hale Jackson, 'sheriff . E A nice, D s This tho 14 day of December, 1944 • 19 or»d * * Al)l) LIFE TO YOUR T1RK8 Vulcanizing MODIN6ER-POETZTIRE*CO. WiNE, RUM, GIN, LIQUEURS! Buy A or CASE Believe It Or Not- We've Plenty of GARS Buy ONE or A BOX! ^^^««^^^{« eviiie Liquor Shop Hotel Glencoe Lobby Phone 464 m While other prices sing soprano " electricity takes the basso part 5o MANY members of the cost-of-living chorus are hitting high notes thevse days that you may easily miss one performer still rumbling along in the lower registers. The basso is electricity. Its price was low when war began — and has stayed (here. In fact, it directly reversed the rising trend of other costs. Government figures show (hat the average price of electric service lias actually declined during the war period! That's news, these 'days. It's the product of sound business management, plus the hard work jof your friends and neighbors in this self-supporting,' tax-paying company. And it's the promise of plentiful, low* priced electricity to run the modern marvels you'll have in your home after the war. ' » • Hear Nelson Eddy every Wednesday evening in die brilliant now'musical slmw, "The Elcclric Hour," with Robert Arm- tmisicr's Orchcstru, 10:30 PM, EWT, CBS. \ V Jts OurBusiness to Serre fyoit^ DON'T WASTE £ L C C T R I C.ITV JUST, BECAUSE IT'S C H R A P A N 0 I S*>T

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