The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 29, 1949 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO 75 Births Listed By State Agency Recordings Cover July Babies Born in Mississippi County Birdi. 1 ! of more than 5 bsibics in Mississippi County in recent weeks Jmve been recorded In the Vita Statistics Fiuroim of the State Health Department, is was disrlo.srr today by Dan D. Stephens director of the bureau in Little Rock The births Included: John anrl Naomi Ray, nlythe- ville. boy. John Hlnckbiini: Otis and .Atnes Warren, Blytheville, %M. Bui-bam Lynn: James «mi Nella I.ee. niyllievllle, boy, John Allen: Willie and Edna McDaniel, Steele. Mo., boy. Randy Lynn; Adolphns and Evelyn Burton. Steele, Mo., boy, Sammy Joe: Ted and Margaret Ooorilnw. Greenville. Tcnn., boy. Ted Little. Jr.; Jesse ami Dorothv Winsfietrt. Sleele, Mo., hoy, Donald Gene; Charles and Jep^y Nance, Tyler, Mo., gH. Ruthie Delano; Orv-i aii-i LaTreve Oarrett. Blytheville. twins. Charlotte Ann and Cheri Lynn; J. w. and Patricia Norlliciit Steele. Mo., girl. Kath- ycrne Gayle: CJcorse anrl Lilly Workman. Blytheville. girl, l.lnrin June: Marion and Hnl" 1 - wiinber- I.ey, Steele. Mo., boy. Marion Lee. Jr.: Wiiram and Flee'.y Jarrett. Hornersville, Mo., boy. Jimiiue Rogers. Cecil and Marjorle Johnson. Blytheville. girl, Mary Jo; John and Thanlha McHaffey. Blvtheville, boy, Terry Mike: Paul and Evelyn GreemvcII. Blytheville. Rirl. Angela Marie: William and Lucille P:ck »LllHiiVfLXg (ARK.) COURIER NEWS DADDY S BEEN A-HUNTING-The old nursery rhyme come, O'Vrn r, Cn ° "" '" C;mada 's (amou, Yukon Territory. B™y OiNell fits a nme-foot-long a,die wot( skin or, his daughler Angela, wmlc , ^,r e hc][ls Angc , a L , {hc i^er the area s.nee the Klondike gold rush. The O'Neills typilv ihe many young Americans and Canad.anj pioneermg in the Yukon's new ™>h for lead. cr.Hcally needed in both countries' defense program" arcl. Blylheville. boy John Wesley; Ifariam and Mclba Dill. Blythr- ville. boy; John Anna: Jewel and] Pauline Grant. Blytheville. boy. -James Roy; Clarence and Laura Rogers. Manila, boy. Carl Anthony; Richard and Ruby Rayder. Manila, glri, Ardith Lynn; Marion and Bennie Bradley, Manila, girl. Dianna; Elmer and Virgie Johnson. Leachville, boy, jjrry Lee: Alvin and Martha Barnctt. Manila, boy. Lee Edward; James and Flossy Welch Leachville, girl, Jerry Sandy: j Thomas and Ruth Geer. Cardwell.i Mo., girl, Janette Sue; Deluert and ' I -vena Slandridge. Manila, girl Margaret Ann; Edrell and Stella Richey, Manila, boy, Edrell Troy Jr.; John and Syble Purser. Lepanto, boy Johnnie Wayne; Byron and Ethalene Wideman. Manila, boy, Anthony Jerome; James and Jewel McMinn, Leachville boy Rickey Vaughn. Hwood and Mamie Watson. Manila, girl. Shirley Ruth; Kelley and Ruth Glover, Manila, girl shells Oaye; Elmer and Flusie Jones Blytheville. boy. Marten Odell; Eugene and Mary Richardson, Blytheville, boy, unnamed; Stonewall and Junnita Richmond, Dyess, boy Carey Thomas; Albert and Walsie Price Manila, bey. Jerry Don; Melvin and Lora Stevens, Manila boy Melvin Onell; Kirby and Martha HollfieU, Blytheville, boy, unnamed; John and Anis Smith, Steele, Mo., boy, David Lynn; Carry and Bonnie Humble, Osceola, boy. Prank Houston; John and Billie Bynum, Osceola, boy, Joel Fred- Man-in and Vera Jenson. Osceola', girl, Joyce Ann; Roy and Helen Campbell, Osceola, girl, Lodie Lynn; William and Georgia Hicks 'Manil*, girl, Peggy Mae; Winfred and Nancy MIzell, Osceola, boy, Neal Wayne; Paul and Penner McAfee Victoria, boy, Dannie Wayne. Harold and Ruby Mosier Wilson, girl. Barber Ann;Marvin and Voniia. Blagg, Osceola, boy, Bobby Jene; Marvin and Bertha Whitehead, Manila, boy. Man-in Wayne- Billy and Leona Hill. Manila boy' Calvin Lee; Tommy and Elsie Brown, Manila, boy. Joe Neal- James and Cleva Coburn, Manila! girl Vicki Teresa; Clayton anil Ava Storey. Manila, bny. Dennis Clay- Ion; Ernest and Irene Glnscow Manila, girl Janice Kay; Harvey and Gladys Bunn, Manila girl JilanMa Dianne; Clarence and hylvia Arnold. Manila, eirl Juanita Mae; Eugene and Anna Ross Blytheville. girl. Nancy Ann- J,,hn and Ola Harper. Manila, girl Delores Faye: William and Ethyf Robin™. Armorcl. girl. Lynda" Anne- Hoyd and Willie Stone, Manila' boy. Floyd Lee. Nathan and Dora Jones. I r-ach- villc. boy. Charles Alen: R c anil Daisy Cartwright. Joiner eir! Ocms Jean: Willard and Ru'th Eubanks, Manila, boy. Doyle Wilb-'nr Edward R1K | charlene !!arvr-v J.eachv:lie. g i r i. Poi , Ry L j , and Willie Wilfonri. I.caclr'm" eir!. Wilma Lee: Johnnie and Ncllir DaviafOM. Jmner. boy, j. n • FInvcl and Frrmk.e Henry. Manila bov Rickey Wayne; Fabcr and M a ; v C-asey. Manila, htiy. James Rir^ nrcl: C.rnrep and Mnry Worlham Manila g :ri . Ullda Jo . E ,, r] am| «!iiii _Hn;!icork. \ViU.nn. C i r i „„. named: James and lla Cn'biirn Joiner sir] Dorothy .Iran; charhr and EI.MC En s land. Basset: lj.,v Charto Uc-bert: Bcuion mid Buriii franfcs. Lcpaiuo. boy. Mitchell. Riiuu^rd pollen p.ra : ns, \vhich r\rr one of -he major caus.es ol iriv '""• ? re so •""» Ilia; it takes 2,5(10 of them to make an i m -h British Commonwealth" is Defined To Include All of the Many Colonies By Herman R. Alhn WASHINGTON -M', Much is heard these days of the British Commonwealth, especially of how Gre.it Britain has called on other members of the Commonwealth to help it out of its financial difficulties. DOM "British Commonwealth" mean the same as "British Empire?" Generally .speaking, it docs. However, the EncycloiKdia Britannica points out tha many of the colonies and protectorates, while Parts of. the empire, participate in the affairs of the commonwealth , The U.K. holds joint rule mm | Egypt, over the Anglo-Egyptian Su< dan and with France over the ! New Hebrides islands in the Pacific I Britain. Australia and New- Zealand are "protecting powers" under the United Nations of certain islands in the Pacific and areas In Africa j These arc all former German and • 1 Japanese territories. Neither the ; I "condominiums" nor the UN pro- ' | federates ar c considered as parts of I the British Empire. The. British began to stretch their empire overseas in 1583. when Sir Keiser School Classwork to Begin Sept. 5 C. M. Dial, superintendent of-the Keiser Schools, announced today that the (all term would start September 6, He aujioimced the following I*.. nilty: Grade School—A. A. Adams, principal; first grade, Miss Audra, Crowns, Miss Florence Mills, jnd Miss Hazel Woodrulf; -econrj "rade- H. B. Craig and Miss Orne Jo Hen- dux; third grade, ttiss Cornie Sleelman and Miss Clara Douglas-1 lourih grade. Miss Louise Brock and! Miss Carolyn Boyd; sixth grade/ Mrs. Bernice Ellenberz and ML<s' 1'liclma Ellenberg. i High School—Coach and physi- I education director, William Boyd Bell; library and study nail Mrs. C. M. Dial; social Mlence and ' uiiioi- Eiislusli, Miss Mildred Burns- Mathematics and science, MLss Anlie Medlock; commercial, MISS Alena BenLsh; English, Miss Mary -on Ginlher; vocational agricul- urc, E. M. HaLsey; home economics liss Prances Barbaree; band, Staney Bruce; public school music, Mn •hinman Montgomery; Junior latin-matte and social sci«:c«, ohcr j, Merrill; and secretary, IM Mary Frances Buzbee. Bit Time it Oaniet The same of charades became nh a (ad in London that by 1900 labome presentations were planed ivffk..; in advance ui(h cxpen- ve costume and properties, ac- ordins to the Encyclopedia Brit- nnica. 23 Senators Request Stamp to Commemorate Confederate Veteran* WASHINGTON, Au*. 29, CAP) _ Twenty-three Senators, tncludin« "•""mght and McClellan of Aritan- nave asked the Post Office Dt- parlment to Issue a Confederate veterans stamp Immediately following the Issuance of a memorial stamp for the Grand Army of the Republic. Senator Simula (D-NII&s) said the request was submitted to Postmaster General Donaldson. The Grand Army of the Republic stamp Is to be Isssued this week a* the union veterans hold their final reunion In Indianapolis. The Confederate veterans meet In Little Rock, Ark., Sept. 29. The Senators said in a statement: "It would be highly appropriate for two such stamps to be issued consecutively, fully demonstrating the reverance which U today held by people In all sections of the country for the Individual courage and devotion to a high concept of duty displayed by the soldier* in Sanders spoke on civic nd Ihe layman's view ol LH» Underwriter* Htor Lay Speaker JImmte Sanders, manager of Ihe Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company spoke (o the Blylheville Association of Life Underwriters, Saturday a their noon meeting at the Hot* Noble. Mr. rights life insurance. In the absence of the president J. A Bryant, Ihe vice-president O. J. Rodgers, presided over Ihe business session, when a motion was adopled to Iry to place a member of the local association on the state association's list of offlcer'a for the next vear. Luther Coins, Jr.. and Freeman Jernlgan were Inducted ai members, and J. D. Futch of Little Rock was the only visitor. Western United Slates contains more than 66,000.000.000 fe«t of standing White Fir sawtlmber the ranks ol both the blue ind grey." ot. With all the other elements of he empirt. the British Information :rvlce says, it would be as an- kely—but the underlying situation different. II It should be necessary, the colonies and protectorates could be compelled, almost without ex-cepton. to take such economic steps as London directed. A possible exception, the British Information Service says, Is Southern Rhodesia which might balk successfully. APPLES APPLES One of the Largest Apple Orclmrds on Crowley s Ridge now Harvesting Tree Ripened Apples. RED APPLES GOLDEN APPLES Wholesale & Retail at Orchard 50c Per Bushel & Up _ Speciol Price to Truckers and Stores VISITORS WELCOME JE5SUP-MILLER ORCHARD JONESBORO, ARK. Ji Mile North of Jonesboro City Limit, On North Church Slreet Road Boy Scout Troop 31 To Meet Tuesday Night Boy Scout Troop 31 will resume activities with the troop meeting at 7:30 tomorrow night, Scoutmaster Kenneth Richardson, announced today. Mr. Richardson said the Scouts would meet In their new hut ne»r the Legion Hut, The meeting is the lirst to be conducted for several weeks, since scouting activities were curtailed because of the poliomye- litis epidemic. " tlOOP U sponsored by th. Post of th, Am%caa' Read Courier News Want CHILLS & FEVER DUE to MALARIA "666;;:,, commonwealth) consists of: 1. The United Kingdom—England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland, the Isle of Man and the Channel Islajids. The first three alone are properly known as Great Dritain, or just Britain, but Ihai term Is commonly used to mean the entire United Kingdom, or "U. K, " 2. The dominions—Canada, Australia, New Zealand. South Africa, I 'Tdia. Pakistan and Ceylon. ' ! 2. Two self-governing colonies, i Malta and Southern Rhodesia, j There is a movement to make the ! latter a dominion. 4. Colonies "not possessing res- f ponsible government." commonlyi crown colonies. Some of them are j Vorth Borneo. Basutoiand In Ifr'ica I Bermuda. Hong Kong and Cyprus. 3. Proctectorates. These are practically the same as colonies, but! they are not "annexed" to the"! British crown and their inhabitants' 1 are not British subjects. They in- ! elude mostly such African sprits as i Uganda and Northern Rhodesia. j 6. Protected states. These are na- ' live states lika Sarawak and Zanzi- ' bar. They have been taken over! but more or less allowed to run themselves Pickard's Gro and Market 1044 Chickosawbo .SWIFTS PREMIU ; BHANOED BEEF ^^^•^^•^•§^••1 •f^a^.t- Mneft&uwfi- We Specialize in Fancy Meats and Groceries We Deliver Phone 2043 Plenty of ,>«rkin* Spar* 0 f Newfoundland. I n succeeding centuries, right up to 1909. when' bits of iiKlia were taken in, the empire expanded by small pieces and large pieces Ihe world over. Some of these pieces developed ! apace and eventually began toj make their own weight felt. One/ i 01 them (guess which?) got «o ; chesty It broke away entirely In i 1776. Several or the larger were t seir-suT/icfent enough to gain what I is called dominion status. Th« flrat j of these was Canada in 1867. New Zealand became a dominion in 1870 Australia in 1900 and South Africa in ISM. j The United Kingdom and the : dominions ar e defined In the 1931 Statute of Westminister as "aiHon- omus communities within the Brit- ' Ish Empire, cqxial In status, in no way subordinate one to another in _any aspect of their domestic or internal affairs, though united by •a common allegiance to the Crown and freely associated as members of the British Commonwealth of Nations." The dominions. In other words are not constiuttonally obligated to come to the aid of Great Brilain in Us financial crsis—bul It Is ' almost unthnkable that they would I'm Free Of Washday WorriesL WITH NU-WA'S ROUGH DRY BUNDLE Just 10' Lb. Flafwork Finished Wearing Apparel Slarched Shirts Finished 12c extra I'ants Finished 20c exlra. TELEPHONE 4474 Nu-Wa Laundry-Cleaners SlxServfce Trucks We Give Eagle Stamps CHOOSE THE NEW AND MODERN GENERAL ELECTRIC SPACEMAN RESTAURANT FIXTURES find" In ClOSi "? °" r , Bl - vlh<vi «« C'Hfeleria and w, in . -h . SM " f '« Ihe hoaulif,,! brand new fiM llres nnxf l"" d S "7'T are al "^ >h»" <he ordinal „» U n.«sl be .seen („ be apprrcialed. Some of (he ilems are: ldr— all slainlcss si eel, double door, 1B cu. ff. capacity. Six burner short order range— for huts no K<IS. Twin urn— 10 gallon capacity, stainless slcel. Slciim Table— stainless steel. 111' lone 12 vejjelablcs, 4 meats, extra pans. Maple Meat Htock. Tivo large galvanized sinks, galvanized canopy. * Hcautiful H-ssoi-fmcnl of brand new ktlchen utensils consisting of lar K t biilcher knives, spoons, ladles, potato mashers, sauce pans, garbage pans, j-lnnaivarc. Klasswarr and stainless si eel Knives, forks and spoons. Origino I Wholesale Cost over $3500 Willing to Sacrifice It at One-Half Bring Your Own Truck Terms to Responsible Party OH Don Nusba,™ - fj|,!hevil!e 6SS1 During (he Dav, C-o Noble Hotel, Hlythevill, Duro-Chrome Corporation 'He Airport __ Blytheyille, Ark. SEE THIS NEW MODEL NC-8 AT HUBBARD AND HOKE New Low Down Payment 24 Months to Pay •' General Electric Refrigerator, ore hard to beat value,, o» every own<f wf( , o(fe$e For ^ Qn|y ^ ^ ^^ full of practical, usable features-but both model, ar. •quipped with th. famou, GE , M l.d-i B refrigerating *yitem. More than 2,000,000 General Electric Refrig- trator, hare been in use 10 year, or longer. See these outitanding value, at your GE retailer, today. Easy term,. -. 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