The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 29, 1947 · Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUKSDAY, A1MUL 29, 1047 250 Births Listed For Missco Area Vital Statistics Bureau Lists Babies Born During April Approximately 25D births ill Mississippi County were registered in the State Health Department's vital statistics bureau In Little Rock dwing tile past month, it was announced yesterday bv Hnrry Lee Williams, who is in charge of t!ic bureau. "The list for tliis county follows: Hardy, H.'aitd Mom-It E. CliiUlm, BJyilieville. boy. Carl Eliis; O:is A. and Margaret J. Co-hran, Blytlic- ville, girl, M.-irfraret Yvonne; Hobert O. and Eunice Chcalliiim, Hushes, girl, DeJcva Sue; MJITIJI and Alia Crockett, Stcele, Mo., bay, Tmy Lee; Herman anrt '£11111)11 DIIIICUJI, olyii; Weeler and Virginia Andrews, BlylheviHc, boy, Danny U'C; Casey Osw'ola, l>«y. P!:il*l> Harilin. and Lois Adams, Blylhcvillc, i;irl,| j|, u ;m( | oii'an Graham, Hlyllie- Sharon Kay; John and Vina Hal- vm e |>0". Danny Loy; Willie and ton, Stcele, Mo., girl, Clmrlottc I j;|'|a ' Crcc'cy, O/ccoln:i. nirl, Linda Dianna; Roy am! Mnrgarct llouc!:,' suo . Jcs.sci ' and Vivian llerston, The Loon—Faster Than Sound Airborne and traveling 2GO mf>h, Hist eight-tenths of D second after it was llretl, Hie Navy's new KUW-1 Loon leaves ils launching catapult, dropping the launching carriage, at Point Mugu. Calif. Tlic $15,000 flying bomb travels up to 425 mpli, [aster than sound, and . is radio-controlled. Lniora; girl, Margaret Jane; Noah and Lizzie Bollingcr, Manila, girl, Jo Ann; Murray and Lovillc Hutloa. ^ Osccola, boy, Richard Nelson; Oron j joiner and Mary Ulm, Blythcville. girl, rjharlcs Joelcne; William and Clara Morn- Manila, Jollier, toy, Bilic Allen; Orvll Mautl Carol; , Wilson, girl Zcna Jesse imri Maudic Ininan, boy. «obc-rt Verlreaso; and NL-llie Noitliin|;ton. girl, Chariot to Somnoniu; Finest and Mary PilWngton. Wil- twins, Harold Dean and Carol .son, land, Blythevllle. girl. Phillis Joan; Eura and Oweta Stone. Blytlicvillc, „„ _. boy, Ronald Joe; Nathaniel and jean; Antonio and Amelia Salono. Nellie Ishmcl. Osceoht, boy. \Vil- Tvrcmza. boy. Antonio; Henry and Ham Gerald; Bill and Patsy Cobb, Nora 'Holmes, Joiner, boy, Clone Holland, Mo., boy, William Keaha'.I; Earl; Lester and Winnie Wiley. Dorrcll and Hnzel Calthvcll, Stcele, Wilson, girl, Mary Lon; Vessic and Mo., girl.'• .Ccclin Ann; J. W. and Jewel Duck. Basselt, Kirl, Geneva Geneva Russell, Gosiiell, boy Un- Ann; Floyd and Tyllcs Parker Wil- namcd; James and Aries Christ-' son. girl, Dennctra FYiyc; Robert pher, Carutliersville, bay, James and Elsie Martin. Lmxura, BlH. Mil- Watson; Henry D. and Juiinita lie Vonccal; Clyde and Eathel Hill, Osceola, boy, Sherman Dois; Smith. Manila, boy, Charles Wcs- Floyd E. and Sarah Morton. Blytlie- !cy: Jessie and Johnnie Smith. Os- villc, girl, Martha Sue; Frank C.'ceoia. irirl. Dmna Annette; Wcllon and Reba Parry. Bi.vlheville, girl, i ami Mildred Brnsfiekl, Keiser. sir). Barbara Ann; Lowell and Loyce'jbe Evelyn; Mack and Rosy Cal- Marr, Blytheville, boy, Laurel) houn. Lcachvillc. boy. Unnamed; Demmnrd; Virgil and Helen Par-! Amos and Jackie Goodman. Joiner, Alines. Osceola, boy, George Willie- Harry and Ethyl Arnold, Bwiie- vllle, girl,. Lola Christine; w S and Oracle Hipp, Blylhevllle girl Unnamed; Troy and Dorothy' Wai- son, Manila, girl, Betty Joyce; 2ack nml Lula Harrison, Joiner, boy, Kenneth Allen; Clarence and Day-' thel Hill, Luxora, girl, Caroline^ Eve; Joel and Lyda Harrell.Lcacli- ville, boy. Doyle Leo- James and Pay Ross, niythevllte, boy. Unnamed, rtotjcrt and Sarah MeHrydc Joiner, boy, Robert Wayne; Charles »"() Kale Kanady. Joiner glr] I,illie Dian; Ell and Visletta Bunch Manila, boy, John Franklin- Gordon and Iluby Keen, Joiner, girl. Janie Lou, Alvin and Mary Russell, Osceola, boy. James Allen; dim-lie and Bvia Mcmiist. Luxora, boy. Thomas Edward; Wilburn and Mildred Ram- .say. Manila, girl, Patricia Ann; James and Willie Taylor, Lcpanto, girl, Louise Gilbert; Coy and Edll.li Pearson, Lepanto, boy, Truman I,.; Farl and Lois Jobe. Manila, girl. Judith Ann; Odell and Edith p Weeks, Tyronzn, hoy. Otlell O.; gus, Manila, girl. ICtliel Pae; L»yl' Frank and Dolphemia sanschez, and Di'iilnti DlanK. Basselt, boy, Joiner, boy. Marcollno; Dayton and nil-hard Levi; Hubert, and Reida Jessie Franks, Oseeola. girl, Glemln; Berry, Luxora. boy, Robert Kellli; tfray an t l Nettie Williams. Manila. Tracy and Dorothy Porter, Wilson, Thomas Leroy; J. A. and Mary girl, Patricia Jean; Dan and Avrc- Hndson, 1-cpanlo. hoy, Wayman lia pcna. Frenchman Bayou, hoy. Dean; Mack and Charitv Chism. Francisca; Henry and lUiby nosers, Tyrnnzi, bov. Unnamed; John and Dell, girl., Fanny Lane; Onie and Ix)iilBi> Bradfonl, Manila, ulrl. Wil- Molliu J-'ikis. Hlythevillc, girl. Lena ma Ruth; Gordon and Leola David- Joe; Grady and Minnie Masscy, son, Joiner, boy, Gordon Wayne; Al- Bassett, girl, Mary Joy. | fred and Ha/el Bacon, Manila, irirl, Elizabeth Ann; Jesse and 'Edna Barker. Osceoln. toy, Larry; James Holm Hendrlx. West nidge. Joiner, boy, Wesley; Hoy and Mln- nlc Mi'Kenzie, Dycss, girl, Alice; Herman and Dollic Lawson, Tyron- 7*1, boy, Jumc.s; Edward and Bi'd Marshall, Osccola, girl, unnamed; Elmo and Je.ssle Hunt, Osceola, girl, Patsy; Arthur and Katherinc Keith. Osceola. girl, Unnamed; Earl antl Mumic McCollum, Wilson, boy, Lewis; Alvin and Linda ijlayto:i, IiCRClivIllc-, boy, Jimmie; Ned and Vclma Teeple.s. B;ussi'tt. boy, Maxic; Early and polly Oakes, Bassett, hoy, Early; Clandy and lluby ariggs, Ix.'iiantn, boy. Ilari'cy; Aaron and Salliu Hood, Osceola, boy, [.con; James and Annie McGee, Osccola. rjr). Bobby, Frod and Eunice Dnwson, Keiser, girl. Carolyn; Jesse ,and Gurlinc King, i" Annorc), girl, Caroletlc; Vcrnon I and Hosie Yon. Manila, boy. Pleas; , R, B and Lcona Lucas, Osccola, i boy, Donald; Wylie and Beatrice J Welib, Klowah, boy, Wylie; Jolm ( and Vessie Scrivncr, B'.ythcville. Birl, I Vivian; Cecil and Trudis 'lay- } wood. o.>ccola, girl, Peggy Sue; El- i n\or antl Rnbl>ic Smith, Annorel. J Kill, Linda; Charles and Jessie | Ocorye, Osceola, boy, William; i Charlie and Malva Prince, Huff- J man, toy, Jessie; Roy and Nellie i Stone, Leachville, Bill. Unnamed; J Henry antl Atldic Curtis, Tomato, | Kirl, Attdie; Roy and Hurnise John- I son. Osceola, boy. Malvern 'Roy; V< Luther and Mary Mouncl, Osceola,' .jf: boy, Jerry. Dr. Jack Webb I « Physician & Surgeon S Announces the Opening of His Office \ Lynch Building j lilylhovillc, Ark. * !, For (lie (ictiiTiil I'raclk-c of .Medicine *• Office Phone 21 :M ' Kesidciiee 2fiH5 {' — -» IN BOTTLES AND AT FOUNTAINS Robert and Jewel RuMell, BlyLhe- ville. girl. Carral tae; Crcatoii an-l Velva Crinn. Dell, uirl. Unnamed; Vcrnon and Hutliie Wilbanks, Dell, ;irl, Muttte Fae; J. A. and Effie Sirl, Mary Jo: Marlon and Ernestine Miller. West Ridi^e. girl. Un- noil. Osscala, boy. Carey' JRonalrt; T. J. antt Janie Slubbs, Leachville.. girl, Unnamed; Floyd and Mildred named. Bnnlto and Toinasso Gar- Mooney. Dell. Kirl, Rebecca Arm; Ida. Os;rnla. Kirl. liupt!; Henry nntl Douglas and Ploy Ij-.»wson,Blytheville,! Opal Holt. Bunny, Ark., boy. E. L.; girl. Nancy Anne; Jessie and Dora' John and Cnrlinc Edmonds, West Bolin, Holland Mo., Kirl, Virginia: '.Memphis, Kirl. nrcncla Sue. Allen and Golden Hood. Blythrs-j Roynl tuul Jettic Hooker, Tyron/.i. ville, boy, Donald Howard; Johnny [ml, Shirley Jean; Hoy tiiul Hc'.l and Bessie Rankin, Blytheville, Knight, Osccola. boy. Davis Lee; Birl. Joan; J. W. and Sue Leslie, milord and Tholma kerrcil, Lcach- Blylhcvillc, boy, c jo'e Dcwayne; ville. boy. l/u'ry James. George and James and Blllic Anderson, Blytli:- Marie, Hamilton, Ix^achville. Ri viUe, boy, James Brady; Gilbert P. Judith Ann; Tiandolnli !intl Louise and Elizabeth 'Adair. Biythoville, girl, Patricia Ann; Earsh and Minnie llogen, Manila, girl, Carolyn Sue; Donald and Bctta Stuart, Blytheville, girl, Donna Kay. Charles and Chloimda iiardin. Blytheville, boy, Jerry Lynn; Sam and Louise Eiitnion, Osreola, boj-, L»rry Paul; John antl Vevna Goforth, Ojccola. boy, Edward O.iy; Charles and Marie Bowls, Blyth-j- v'iile, boy. Robert Envin; Joseph'and Pauline Hilliard, Keiser. boy, Josepli Sjicball; Walter and Dorothy Ti<l- wcll, Ooceola, bDy'. Bobbie 'Lloyd; J. N. and Nancy Chipman, fjsceoln, boy. Marvin Lie; James and Edith Randolph, Osccola, girl, Linda Mn^;' Laron and Alma Burch, Wilson, girl, Linda Clco; Cecil and Tressie. Brothers, Dell, girl, ^Shirley Aimes;| Levcrn and Macic Milligan, Manila, girl, Unnamed; John antl Ha?.el Gale. Leachville, bov, Unnamed- Cecil and Helen Puckett. Monctte. girl. Patsy Ruth; ira antl L->rcnc •Morris, Grider. girl. Esther Yvon; Dock and Vivian Merriman. Keiser. girl. Ruby Levcrn; Trumann and Melbs Cash, Leachvillp. girl. Donna Marie: Prank and Mattie Thomas, Leachville. boy. Frank; Walter and Lillie Allen. Lcaclivi!!?, boy, Carl Lee; Johnny and Isabclle James, Leach\-ille, girl. Joyce Las- teni. Wesley and Minnie Davis, Blytheville, boy. Unnamed; Herman and Alice Aden, Wilson, girl, Mildred Louise; Charles and Ethel Fort, Blytheville, girl, Mary Joyce; Joe and Reba Brigance, Wilson, girl, Sandra Jo; Cleve and Edith Kimbcrlin, Joiner, girl, Nancy C.ir- Shoemaker, West Ridge, girl, Mars Emma; William and Maggie Ban- Steel Oil Barrel Racks Any Sin T. L. MABRY 4J3 MISSODUI ST. PH. Sfiil acitl k'irl, Jackie. Wes antl Eli7/dietli Campbell. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC I :• >; All debtors to the oslalo of Dr. C. C. Stevens may :•: pay their accounts at JIulibai'd Furniture Company j! . . . books will 1)0 hold open thurc until all accounts X iirc clo;irc(l, I'leiisc pay promptly, as we would likft J to scltlo estate as soon as possible. Mrs. C. C. Stevens '^^^^^ Pepsi-Cola Company, Long !stand City, A r . Y. ~~' .''ranchi.scd IUtllU>r: I'u|i!'i-C(il:i HiHllint Cu. of Klvtheville Guarantee RECAPPING s with I i Hawkinson Treads 1 ! Let Your Next Tires Bo I GENERALS ! jCost More — Worth More} i _______ i | MODINGER TIRE CO. j « 116 E. Main Phone Get on the Job • Almost every hour in the day you will find a good use for the Jeep" as a iruck, light tractor, runabout or mobile power unit. With its mighty Willys-Ovcrl.ind • Jeep" ingme and powerful 4-wheel-Jrive, you can co most anywhere in a "Jeep, 1 : on or off the road . . . in fair weather or in Coul. Get a ''Jeep" on the job. It will pull ptows, harrows, seeders, mowers; tow 5,500-lb. trailed payloads- haul 800 Ibs. The " Jeep .. wiu carfy mcn ^ ^ Kcross town or to hard-to-gct-at places in a jiffy Wherever it goes, its power takc-olT is ready to run yoiu- machinery right on the job. C'oroc and see what the amazingly versatile 4-purposc ! 'Jecp': caa do 1 sir r«f POOLE MOTOR COMPANY Formerly HOLLY MOTOR CO. ELLIS POOLE, Owner and Operator , 'Phone 49 ____________ , Stcele, Mo. Part it in the middle / Available in Yard or Carload Lots -DELIVERED- "For Work Done Right** CALL 474-475 Cold Storage for Furs and Woolens NU-WA LAUNDRY-CLEANERS \tt RIGHT, MoyKer Berl the Barber ' tioesn't know a kilovratl iroin a cable, but that doesn't stop him from being . [ one oi our bosses, just the same. Surprised? Didn't you know your electric light and power company is ; owned by Bert, and a lo! oi people like him-and like you, too? People irom all walks of life-doctors • ' and industrial workers, teachers and , laimers, mechanics and milkmen—have i put some of their savings into our com-' 1 pany, Those people are direct owners,! S ' t f Evil there ore countless indirect own-* f &$, Jfto. — many (like Bert the Barber). i haven't an idea thai they have a stake in the electric industry. Those are. the people who have savings accounts or life insurance policies. Nowadays,. that means practically everybody! Hero's how it works: When banks and insurance companies accept your money, they must invest it wisely — and soundly. And because business^ managed electric companies have a long record o[ faithful service, much of this money is invested in their securitiesj So you, too-like Bert tho Barber- are very likely lo be one of our bosses/ Howdy, Boss! • ' KEROSENE & FUEL OIL CALL 2089 'The Old Reliable" G. O, POETZ Tour Source vt PETROLEUM Dependable Service 1'RODUCTS Office RR at Chert tlit«« to »• Ntw lltclrit Hcyr - Hf HOUR OF CHARM. Sundori, 4:90 P. M., for, CBS, ARK'MOPOWERCQ. //» OttrButiius* to Sem %u , The Triple Diamond Service Emblem above is more than a sign. It means ih.u our mechanics are International-Trained in the best ;ind latest methods and practices. It m: ;1 ns that \vc use special International equipment for testing repairing, reconditioning and proving. It means that the truck parts \ve install arc precision- engineered International Parts. It means, above j all, that your trucks-any makes or models-arc .' serviced here with skill and caro so that they will give the be.st possible service at lowest cost. • Phone now for a service-date—anything froiS^ti ' lubrication job to a complete program of preventive maintenance. i DELTA IMPLEMENTS Inc. 312 South 2nd phone 863 AAA I N T E R N A TIO M A L Trucks

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