The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 19, 1949 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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.FACE Osceola Seniors To Get Diplomas Clocins EttkiMS Are Scheduled for Tomorrow Night , r Commencement ««rei»«» for the M ivtan «i OM«o1s will be conducted nnt rrktajr at I p.m. »t the Blfih School Auditorium, «nd twelve iwmnte, neogniztac outstandlm •ehoci rtoordi will be awarded •! tiut UBW, .; . : • Meet with the IS awards, foui ftud«it» will aUo be recofnlwd as honor rtudenta. Theu four Include £« Valedictorian; Lola Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Moore, and salutatortnn, Ray Woot*n. ion of Mr. »nd Mrs. Hubtard Wooten; ST.. Pegfy Chllds >nd Mrs BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1949 q. D. Hcaton, the former Louise RagUnd. A P.E.O. award'to be presented by Mrs. Edward Seagravss. will provide * $150 acholarshtp to » senior girl for high" education. Other awards Include a Danforth "I Dare You" award to nn outstanding senior girl and boy. citizenship nwnrds .to a senior boy and Bin, a Ttauch- 'tomb science aw«rrt to a senior, a home economics award to a senior, and athletic awards to the out- •«t«ndlng girl and boy athletes Tamong the graduates, nnd a D.A.R. award for clUwnnhlu. nnd !« band award to the senior showing rinost Improvement and one in the Junior showing most Improvement. ', All awards except the P.E.O. •nd D.A.R awards will be presented by r>. Franklin Sanders iuperintendent. Mrs. Madelalne jCamnbell will present the D.A.R award. '* To Hear Jooetboro Attorney 3 The commencement address wll be by June* McDanfels, Jonesboro attorney, and Ben F. Butler "president ol the school board, wll "present the diplomas. The Invo •cation,, wffl be by the RUT. O. C Thompson, paator of the Church .'of Christ; the band will play th 'processional and recessional ;; Special music will Include a pi : .«no solo by a senior student, Mar "Arm Brsdahaw, "Senate *>•»>» ;tlbue" .by Beethov»n. :; The baccalaurett* sermon wa Delivered Sunday at the First Ban ''tlsl Church, with the sermon b 'the Rev. t. R. Still, pastor of th -Jlrst Christian Church. 4 Sixth trade promotional exer 'rises will be conducted at II pm •Tuesday, . and about M studen .Will receive certificates from Her ( bert Smith, principal of the grs >school. ; • '•; Uewellyn While wll! give the ^welcome, and following that \Tade '.Rogers will recite "The Builders." •'.•nd Jo Nan Nelson w\U sing v "America For Me." '•''' Other, activities on the program |will be ». talk by Ormen Portrals, • "Workbii-Toward the IMlure." and ; the benediction by the Rev. H. J. 'Couchisan, pastor of the First i Methodist Church. *'• Mr. Sanden will also make a brief ifpeech at this procram. Train Ride to Feature Educational Tour for 140 First Grade Pupil* Approximately 140 boys and flrU In Osceola will board the FHaco passanger train In Oaceol* on Friday May 27, for the annual trip to Blytheville for the first trade pupil* The trips are arranted by school officials as an educational tour, It was disclosed today by C. Franklin Sanders, auperlntendent of schools In Osceola. Frisco oOldals here this morn- ln« said that an extra chair car would be added to the passenger train to accomodat* the puplU. They will meet at the station In Oweola at 8 p.m. on the mornlpg of the trip, purchase their own tickets from the station agent, and present them to the conductor after they board the train. Tor some of the pupils, Mr. Sanders suggested, It may be their first time to ride on a train. The pupils will carry their lunches with them nnd spend most of the day slghtnee- itcaped Convict Nabbed By State Policemen BENTON, Ark., May 19. (rt-y-An escaped convict was cnplured near here late yesterday and was retum- Th* advice of visiting Professor ed to the Arkansas Prison Farm st O. W. Pickering, Profeuor of Mod- Cummins. leine «t the University o! London. | A fisherman notified officers a Hangover or Migrant Headaches Need Cure* AUCKLAND, New Zealand—(/Pj— Want to avoid it hangover head- 1» worth trying out. It U: Drink a pint of water before going to bed after Ihe parly. •That's a real tip." the Professor told reporters. He h»s a couple o (other tip*, Ing In Blytheville. A visit to Walker Park Is planned where the pupils will siwnd their lunch period. Accompanying the pupils will be their first grade teachers, Mrs. L. W. Foster, Mrs. Dan Reid and Mr« I. O. Crosswalt. The return trip to Osceoln will be by automobile. The pils parents will drive to, Blythe le In 35 or 40 cars to pick up e children. Mr. Sanders said. enote Committee Okays \avy Post Nominee WASHINGTON May 19. (/!>)—Th enntc Armed Services Commute day recommended spcecly Senat iprovnl of Francis P. Matthew maha lawyer, as secretary ol th avy. It also recommended conflrma on of two other defense offlcla amed by President Truman. Dan A. Klmball of California as ndersccretary of the Navy. Gordon Gray of North Carolln i undersecretary of Army. Ora now assistant secretary. Chairman Tydtngs <D-Md.) sa o objections were made to the ppotntmente. James Trus/ow Adams, •listorian, Dies at 70 SOUTHPORT, Conn., May 19. (IP) James Truslow Adams, who quit career In Wall Street to become an Internationally-known historian, died here last night at his home. The 70-year-old chronicler of colonial NeW England, winner of the Pulitzer Prize In history In 1913, bad One I* a 150-yenr-oltl prescription for clearing a migraine headnche in i • ftuli. You Just hold > tinner i gainst the cnrotld artery (the big ne) Ir the neck. There Ls a c«tch about tills cure Take the finger away md the head- che returns. Professor plckerln* Is sure a tired tadache Is caused by maintained contraction of facial muscles. "When you wrinkle your fore- ead »nd screw n|) your eyes you re a candidate for a headnche." ays the professor "Relax your face nd you'll avoid it." nun he believed to be Thomas Jefferson Rice. Jr., who led Ihe farm Sunday, had asked him the nearest way to Ben Urn. The Information enabled three slate policemen lo pick up Rice i without resistance R.I he walked alone Die'Missouri Pacific Railroad tracks. Eleven Patients Missing After Fire in Hospital KNOXVIIAE. Tenn., May 19. M> —Eleven patients were reported missing today after a fire burned most of a slnte mental hospital dormitory but an official said none apparently perished in the blaze. L. O. Campbell, supervisor of Eastern Stale Hospital, said no Air Force Major Lauds Personnel at Airport Mayor Doyle Henderaon this morning received • letter from Maj. Charles L. Davis, ol the United States Air Rorce thanking the City of Blytheville for the hoapltallty extended his recently when he was forced to land hU plane at Blytheville's Municipal Airport. Major Davis' letter stated that despite the fact that his arrlva occurred at 1 a.m. all facilities and services of the airport were made available to him. Maj. Davis wa on a flight from Fort Worth, Tex to Dayton, O.. when engine troubl forced his landing here. The letter further stated tha "such hospitality and service certainly a credit to your rlty administration and It Is requested that Marshall Blackard and Paul Bradley (airport managers) be extended our extreme gratitude for the friendly service and courtesy extended to myself and the crew of the aircraft." o low good at 13.00-M*); odd lots high good to choice tutrs J6/I5; medium to low good at ZJ.OO-M.SO; odd lots high good to choice steers 25.75' medium and good heifers and mixed yearling largely 2Z.SO-2S.CO; cows somewhat uneven, mostly steady common and medium cows The professor knows the cause af j )XK |,,, S i lil( i been' [ound in the ruins bout every headache there Is. But," he says, -we are still nav- ng trouble discovering how to void them." Read Courier News Want Ads been 111 for several weeks. He suffered n stroke a week apo. He leaves his widow. Mm. Kntli- .yii Scely Adams, and a cousin, Frank Adams Truslow. president of the New York Curb exchange. Adams received the Pulltxei- Prize for his "Founding of New England," one of about 20 histories he produced. and Inn', he believed all of the 152 patients housed In the dormitory were evacuated without Injury. "We hnvi R"od hope.s that all of Ihe missing will be rounded up now that dcvllpht has come." Campbell said. "We fed cprtnln that the patients Just wandered off In the confusion and that no one was burned." Livestock Bond is Forfeited L, K. Aaliby forfeited a S5 bond In Municipal Courl this morning on a charge of speeding. NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. 111., May 19. W)—(U5DA)— Hogs 95W; uneven; market steady to weak with Wednesday's average; spots 25 lower; good and choice 1PO-230 Ibs 10.25-50; mostly 1925: top 1950; 240-270 Ibs 1850-1S.25: 270-310 Ibs 1800-75; 140-170 Ibs 1R.OO-1900: few 19.25; 100-130 Ib pigs 15.75-17.15; good sows 400 lb s down 16.25-17.25; over 400 lbs 14.25-15.75; stags 115014.00. Cattle 1,500; calves 1.000; steers and butcher yearlings finding active Inquiry at fully steady prices spots strong; steers mostly medium 8.00-ltJO; few good cows 20.00 and above; canneri and cutters 14.0017.60. Nothing new has been added _ _ ntoor All KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY iOUI MASH LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY Say It . . With Flower* THE FLOWER SHOP tikncoc UuUdlni Phone Mil w £747 Venetian Blinds of ANNOUNCING TO MY FRIENDS To all my friend* mnd cni- tomen, I would like in aa- nonnce thai I *m now located with Dftffft OK. Gara|t. / RED LEWIS. J On* Man on a Tractor Chops up to 30 Acres a Day...Replaces 25 to 30 Hoe Hands... the Machine Pays For Itself the First Year. ,-HeiVl th» answer to Ihe first chopping of cotton plants. 'Ev«r»mon CHOPPER works like a bond hoe Revolving cutters ; mounted ot on angle to the row slice through it and chop clean. i Plants end weed growth chopped are token out of the rows and '; placed between them where they can be turned under by the 1. next cultivation..No cotton grower con afford to b» without thii ; chopper It has saved more than itt initial cost on as few os 90 'ocres. u .Free floating, individually gauged cutting hoes move up -. ond down according to ground level—eliminate possibility of , cutting too deep or skipping on uneven ground. • The EVERSMAN CHOPPER is driven from the power take-off. Ho ground driving wheels and no slippage No depth levers ;to adjust. No steering. Down the row chopping — same as ^cultivating. . One man end tractor chops up to 30 acres a day. Replaces 25 to 30 hoe hands. Comes in two- and four-row »iie$. Gel the facts today on this new, improved chopper. Priced to fit the average farm. *WSI» ON CYUIVA7IN4 TYM TRACtOlt , ; Phone 91 For Free Demonstration Farmers Tractor & Truck Company f1»eMe 91 Manilo, Ark Wf^^^^mm^^m^^^^^^^^^^^ Attention! All Grocery Stores In Northeast Arkansas And Southeast Missouri. "TT i *» fy %• \ri Vt!"J' 4 "JSS For your convenience and consideration we hove just completed a new Modern Building for our Central Cash & Carry Wholesale Grocer business in BlytheviHe. This building is located on South Railroad Street, just south of the Frisco Freight Depot, in the wholesale district. We invite our many old customers, as well as new customers, to visit us in our new location. We assure you that you will find we are in much better position to take care of your grocery requirements. We handle a complete line of Fancy and Staple merchandise —Betty Jon« and Btoir's Certified All Purpose Flour. Our motto is: "Prices are seldom equalled and never excelled," because our supplier buys in carload lots direct from the manufacturers and packers, thereby giving the advantage of quantity price. These lower prices are passed on to our customers, which in turn allows him to sell for less. Too, we can afford to sell tor less, because we have no delivery expense, with very little over-head. If you are not already one of our many satisfied customers, you cannot go wrong by giving us the opportunity of proving to you that by trading at CENTRAL CASH 4 CARRY is the most economical means of food distribution. You'll Find Plenty oi Parking Space! Central Cash & Carry South Railroad St. Wholesale Grocers Phone 4487 The SECRET of Rothrock's EXPERT Prescription Service ROTHROCKDRUGCO PHONE 4451 Such titan V«««tUB blind.! Dutt ikidi right ofl F1«xa- lum, It'i to aatin-tnootkl Thi> aluminum bead* kr quick bruih-up*, map* back into perfect thapal Lichlw, eaiier la operate. And th* beiutr lull! Plutie fiaiah won't chip or crack. Fleu- lura it fireproof, nist-prooL weather-proof. Cuttom-midt onty. Con* chooM from beautiful color*... bring window mci«- urementt. So inexpensive! Custom - made only. Come choose from beautiful colon ...ask (or estimate without obligation. BUILDERS' SUPPLY CO* Inc. W. H. Pease J. Wilson Henry So. Hlway 61 Phone U34 GUARANTEED SERVICE ON • Refrigerators iousehold — Commercial • Air Conditioning • Radios—Record Players * * » • Washers • Gas Engines We Pick Up,& Deliver ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., Inc. :06-i08 W Main Phone 207 The 111 fitting, IOOM czford that does not "hut the ankle* la made snug and eomfortabte her*. Finest work at reasonable coat. ATTENTION Soybean Growers! DORTCHSO? NO. 2 SEED SOYBEANS Re- cleaned, Tested and Tagged. PRICE S2.75 Per Bushel. 1919 Soybean Support Price 90% Parity. Produce more soybeans per acre by planting Dortchsoy No. S, highest vielder in 1948 field conlest. Seed For Sale By BLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN CORPORATION 1800 West Main I'hone 856-857 SHEET METAL WORK Duct work, blowpipes, gaiter . all types t'ai expert work call Taylor Layton, 8i8 112 North Flr-t Blyrheville Tin Shop EXPERT SERVICE Laundry & Dry Cleaning • Cold Storage Furs, Woolens, Blankets and Drapes :— NU-WA Laundry Cleaners^ Phone 4474 Blytheville, Ark. Pickard's Gro and Market 1044 Chickosowbo We Specialize in Fancy Meats and Groceries We Deliver Phone 2043 plenty of Parkin* Spar* When You BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME Call D. C. FREEMAN 3i Ytar* Experience • DuHont Paint* • Imperial Wallpaper I'hont- 42DI

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