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PALE TWELVE BLYTHEVIU.K (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1M6 Mertwdists Add To Membership '• North Arkansas Area • Enrolls 5,499 in * Special Campaign ilJTTIE ROCK, May 23.—Meth- •dtstx churces In the Arkansas- |0ulsUn* Area added 20,219 inem- kers \o their rolls between last September »nd Easter as their part toward the denomination's goal of 1,000,000 riew members during the current "year of evangelism." Of these, 8,469 were received on confession of faith and 11,350 by trans- Mr of membership. National figures received uy Bi- thop Paul E. Martin here today Iran the Crusade for Christ hpad- VMrters in Chicago show a prs- tent total of 606,982 new members. Thousands of additional new members will be received on Pentecost Sunday, June 9. according to report* made by pastors lo Dr. Harry penman of Nashville. Tcnn.. iV>- •utive of trie Board of Evangelism, vpder whose general direction the •jembershlp crusade Is being car- lied out. "Figures for the Arkansas-Louisiana Area by Annual Conferences Me as follows: Little nock- 5,304; Louisiana—9.414, and North Arkansas—5.499. Results were obtained for the most part by the method a( personal visits with trained l»y irorkers going in teams of two to (he homes of prospects. The goals wer e bused on the fact that 60.000.•00 Americans are without church JKmbershlps and 26,000,000 arc newcomers to the communities In which they- now live. * Other objectives of the year of Evangelism are the organization at 500 new Methodist churches and the establishment of daily devotions ill every Methodist home. Already the opening of 410 new and formerly abandoned churches has been Deported. The Arkansas-Louisiana Area provided 41 of this number. • The evangelistic advance is one «f five emphases In the four-year Methodist Crusade for Christ. Bi»hop J. Ralph Mngce, of Chicago is Chairman and director; Dr. J. Man- ?lng. Potts, of Chicago, is associate director- - ! ; Key Coal Man Creole Songs Originate In Europe, Singer Says NEW ORLEANS I U.I'.)—Creole songs, long recognized as a prime example of Amerlain folk music, actually hnve a distinct European background. The authority for Hint statement is Kdn» Ili>lhiiicl who should know. Miss Holland has made a career of singing the Creole songs on the conceit stai;e. mid she has toured 19 foreign countries daring tills career. Creole SOUKS, Miss Holland snys. "lean on" 18lh century R'uropcan composers, such us Coupei'ln and Uamcau. .Many have a dccp-rootci! Ku- ropwiii erudition. Onct: Miss Holland was practicing "Papa . Vn Pec her" and a friend iiitcmiplea to nsk what Mozart song she singing, The melody, it seems, was known nil over Europe as "llcuc, IXinnlrn Tanlot," Another time Miss Holland was singing "IJiseUc" in her New York suite, A neighbor recalled that he heard the song often In Normandy during World War I. Harm Hubby BOSTON (UP)— Asxcd by Bostim University's student \m\xr to name Ills hobby, Prof. Peter Bertocd mentioned gardening and then added for the benefit of some of his students who were listening In on the Interview: "It helps to keep me from going crazy." Courier Nrmr w.ni *« Landys' Beauty Shop 200:i W. Main St. Phone 3990 Landys Rowlett CHAMBLIN SALES CO. Sales Studebakur Service WE BUY AND SKLI, GOOD USED CARS Lex Chamblin liill Chamblin Phone 2195 Kailroud & Ash Sin. S Sweet .potatoes should be treated jrith- ; >tthSr 'corrosive -sublimate or commercial fungicide before they •re bedded. Charles O'Neill, above, is the spokesman for the bituminous coal mine operators in their current dispute with John L. Lewis, miners' leader. Dairies Overcharge Customers, OPA Claims LITTLE UOCK, Ark., May 22. (U.P,)'—Three Union County dairies were named today by the Office of Price Administration in treble damage suits growing out of alleged overcharges for milk. The Joe L. Crawford Dairy on the Gallon Highway near El Dorado was named in Federal Court at El Dorado in a $1.002 suit. The OPA accused the dairy of .selling the milk at 20-ccnls a t|imrt— five-cents a quail above the ceiling. The R. A, Bass Daily of Smackover, and the Quality Dairy, operated on Route Number 1. El Dorado by Willis Fndjjc, were sued for $100 each. Other Federal Court suits announced here today by the OPA Included: Harry J. Hawthorne Market and Hobbs Grocery and Market, both of Hope for $100 each for alleged overcharges on groceries, An injunction lo force compliance with OPA slaughter rcgu- lationii was filed against Eel Darnell and Son Commission Co., of West Helena. Read Courier News Want Ads. EVA N S Grocery & Market Charlie L. Evans, Prop. Formerly of Luxuru, Ark. . •• , : (Successflr (n Speck it Sons Gro.) Phone 2507 Jack Sprat 211 So. First St. Quality Foods COFFEE Jack Sjirat 1 'Pound , : T!kg.' 29 King Wheat-:,5(1-1 ,l|. 10 CORN Jack Sprat, Cream Style No. 2 Can 15 C VEGETABLE CHOP SUEY ' [ t 29 RAVIOLI With Kalian Style Tomato Sauce 1 Pound ,T;ir 31 CHEESE Philadelphia Cream Package . 10 TCI Tender Leaf, Maxwell Tmisc, Telleys ffcli '/, Pound Pkg. SPAGHETTIS MACARONI, 25 VEGETABLES FRESH TOMATOES Pound 15 POTATOES New White. Hotel llakers Potind FRESH CORN Each GRAPE FRUIT Texas Pink Meat 2 For 15 CUCUMBERS Pound n if, PEAS Fresh Knglish 2 Pounds LETTUCE Firm Heads 10' MEATS SALT MEAT Pound 22' PIRE LARD 1 Lb. Pkg KEFUIER found 32' CHEESE Grated Italian Style 10 C Kentucky produces more whisky lian any other stale. Ivan R. Van Patten Your Sales Representative for Blytheville and all of Northeastern Arkansas The ARKANSAS Automobile Club Affiliated With Amer. Auto Association A. A. A. Residence 418 So. Lake ~ Residence Phone Z409 BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. Around June 15th We Will Have - 2<SA1E SUPER SUDS. LARGE 26 OCTAGON CLEANSER FREE PAIMOLIVE SOAPS CASHMERE BOUQUET SOAPS RICE TOASTIES GOLDEN POPPY No. 2'/2 Con 07. PKG. BOTH FOR SUNSHINE —9 Oz. Pkg. Cracker Meal- WELCH'S GRIFFIN, RIVER — .15 Oz. Can - - - 20c Herring BARRY'S — 1 Lb. Box homespun- 31 C MAJESTIC - KOSHER — Pint PHI Pickles - - 25c SUR-MAR, CALIF. — 46 Oz. Can Orange Juice - 43c Kadofa Figs - - WILSON'S CERTIFIED Ham Salad - - 39c 8 oz. Jar ROCKWOOD'S 1/2 Lb. Bar ChOCOlate baking 15c BRACH'S COMTESSA 1 Lb. Box chocolate - 89c Get Ready for the big insect season approaching. Have Your Property Sprayed With D. D. T. Like the U. S. Government Uses Boyett Spraying Co. is equipped to do just that. You can help rid your community of pesky insects by calling Phone 3602 BOYETT DDT Spraying Co. Offices Temporarily Located 1 1J £. Vine St. Geo. (Buddy) Boyett—Owners—Fred Boyett Jr. USED CARS WANTED We will pay you the full OPA Ceiling plus your extra equipment. If you arc going to keep your pres«—t car let us give you an estimate on reconditionii:- your motor, body and painting. Credit terms can be arrnr»~cil. Tires, Tubes and auto and home radios for salf. Lee Motor Sales, Inc. Oldsmobile East Main SI. CMC Trucks Phone 519 JORDAN'S 10 oz. Jar Almonds, candy - 88C MONARCH - Whole Kernel No. 2 Can Corn, yeiiow - - - 17e Fresh PRODUCE Fancy "YES" TEXAS GROWN CORN, Fresh - - ea 4c CAL. SUNKIST LEMONS - - doz. 22c HOME GROWN — 2 Bunches CARROTS - - - 15c FANCY GREEN, HOME GROWN (abbage-50ib.sk I 25 Your Home Owned Grocery & Market Plenty of Parking Space In Rear of Store | RED RYDER I RtD 'I A Useless Weapon BY FRED HARMAN HAYS IMPLEMENT CO. 200 E. Main, Blytheville, Ark., Phone 2001 SALES AND SERVICE OF J. 1. CASE EQUIPMENT Just Received a shipment of CASE HAMMER FEED MILLS 8 Inch $105; 10 Inch $129.50 FURNITURE Of course, wo don't get all we could sell, but.as we get 11 our poljpy will be.first come, first served. • .. • ..'.'-, •' ..•; • ..' : :,.s ;' '-' : " Alvin Hardy Furniture Co. 301 East Main Phone 2302 All our Employees are War Veterans. Where Your Flower* Are- — You Are! One call to us will arrange to have your remembrances scut, not just on«e, but month after month. Ask about-tWs plan. SHOP r.TJI. Berrlce We DcttTC* Anjwhw* rh. Ml Mr*. J. M. (Mme) William*, owner Gk-ime BH*. Need a 24-hr. Service TAXI!! Call Bonded • and Insured 968 Biff Wunderlich CASH BUYERS for YOUR PROPERTY! For a quick sale see me. I have buyers for homes. List your property with me. My commission is 5%. 11 I have no sidelines. H. C. CAMPBELL Office 12» So. Second FlMnes «« or 2»:t» 3 Monsters NEURITIS, ARTHRITIS, RHEUMATISM TUCFC three monsters have caused more iniln and suffering thnn all other human ailment.^ combined. And during the past 50 years Mountain Valley has fought them day in and day out; and has to Its credit many notable victories. Probably 6 to 8 glasses of this natural alkaline water may be the greatest blessing you have ever known. Try It for 90 days. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and Division Blytheville, Ark.