The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 26, 1946 · Page 10
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PAGE TEN "»* jrr. BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.); COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1946 Kg Telephone Deal Delayed Commission Takes Proposal for Sale Under Advisement. UTTLE ROCK, Arlc., June 26. <UP)—The Arkansas Public Service Commission took under advisement y«st«d»y an application of (he Midwest State Telephone Comnnny to Mil all of ils assets to the General Telephone Cori»ratlon, <i Maryland firm. The General firm, largest holder of telephone properties in the country, with the exception of Bell, proposed to exchange 16.256 shares of common stock for 81.283 shares of Midwest common stock, liquidating Midwest. The commission was lold tlint niter Midwest is dissolved, all Arkansas properties, .amounting to some $175,000, would be transferred to a new corporation called the Prescott. Arkansas, Telephone Corporation. The firm operates nine exchanges in Prescott. Waterloo, Blevlns. Au- pusta, Waldo. Cotton Plant. McCrory, Wheatley and Marvell. Texan Receives Medal of Honor Eirths In County •White Herman and Harriett Ellis, Tyronza. girl. Carolyn; Oscar nnd Georgia Watklns. Blylhcvnle. boy Bonald: Lee and Rosie Blag!,'. Dyess, boy. Luther: Annus and Bertha Weathers. Etowah. gill. Shirley; William and Netlic Grurett Blythcvllle. boy. Johnny; John am' Alma Smith. Blytheville, boy, Ernest: Robert and Vivian Mulllns Etownh, boy, Osceola, boy, William; Prlntts and Myrtle Kirby, Etowah. girt. Bonnie Garner and Glenna Boyd, Market Tree, girl, Lorna; Ralph and Nina Warren, Etownh, girl. Curtis; Fred erlck and Willie Hallowny, Joliici boy. Jerry. Thomas and Lconn Warren, Lux era. girl, Peggy; William and Marli George. Manila, boy, Dnnny; Wil Ham and Pearl Cunningham, Lc panto, boy, William; J. W. and Hn zel Sims, Reiser, boy, Jerry; Lc roy and Lillian Canwrlsht. Osce ola, boy, Freddie; Bob and Alnm Williams, Burdette, boy. Donald; I Joy and Adelc Morgan. Osceolu. toy, Bobby; A. C. and Lorine Clark. Luxora, girl, Joe: Grady nnd Pearl Carter, Etowah, boy, Jaine.5; Lemon and Pauline Hulscy, Blytheville, boy. Tony; Elvin and Bertha Johnson, Lepanto, boy, \mnnmed; John an:l Virginia Childress, Luxorr... girl, Sandra; G. W. and Otis Ruburn, West Ridge, boy, Sylvester; Charier, and Agnes Collins, Dyess, yirl, Carol; J. M. and Lovella McCUms, I/>- panto, girl, Carol. Roland and Dellie Davis. Lcunn- to, boy, Donald; Robert anil Edna Coleman, Osceola, girl, Carolyn: George and Bemice Blake, Osceola, girl, Brettda; Melviu and Ina Slsviv dre'd, Dyess, girl, Rebecca: Wllmor and Eutlia Burtield, Dyess. hoy, Raymond; Robert and Ellcne Hallord, Bassetl, girl, Martha Ruth; Eph' ; and Lucy Hendrix, Manila, l>oy, Ijar^y; John arid Opal Cochrnn, Manila, boy, Harley; Chrislophc.i and! Anna Cason, Manila, girl, Shn- rrorl; Charles and Bessie Brown Manila,-.boy, Larry;,Sam and Lulu Creecy, '.Osceola, 'glrl t Martha Sue Carles'»nd yirgSnin Collier. .Osceola, I'kirli.-.fcegsjy. J. and Joscnhini Smith, Carawiy, girl, Cafollii':; Jes sle ind Ahnalee Beckman, Blylhc ville, girl, Emma; Orvllle and Mer tie Hutchens, Leachville, boy, Charles; Gaston and Viola Allinan, Blytheville, boy, Jnraes; Raymond and Pauline Blackwell, Leachville, girl, Earlinc. William and Annie Womblc, Dy The Ruiz family of Barstow, Texas, turned out en masse lor the Medal of Honor presentation to Scrgt Alejajndro Ruisr, at the White House in Washington. Shown with President Tmmau outside the WWI» House ore: left to right: front row, Mrs. Antllann. 11. Vnlewjuez, inolhcr of tlic sergeant; Sergeant Hull wearing the Medal if Honor; Mrs. Zelza Ooimilcs, grtmclinolhcr of tlic sergeant; his bride Eliza Ruiz; and ils cousin, Marcus Licon, Back row, left to right: Representative Ewing R. Thomason of El Paso, Texas; the sergeant's sister Lucln, Representative Antonio M. Fernandez of New Mexico; and President Truman. (NEA Tclepholo.) ess, boy, Charles; Joseph and Johanna Young, Blytheville. boy, Ronald; Willie and Omega Huff, lily- thcviilc, girl, Shcilir, Jessie :md Mary Bwiiin, Blylhevillc. boy, Jerry; Hollls and Ollle Bounds, Marked Tree, boy. Hollls; Cruz and Mary Esplnoza, Joiner, girl, Mary: John and Gillie Roton, Blytheville, boy, Charles; Luther and Pearl Leyden, Roy and Lois McCnrty, Blytheville, boy, Billlc; Audry ntid Mildred Pearson, Dyess; girl, Aiulry; James and IJcrtic Layton, Blytheville,, Kiii, Waiuln; CUuul and Flossie Ilnrvy, Etownh, Jliniulc; Earl and Eileenc Shuney- felt, Blytheville, girl, Snmlrn; Lloy.l and wllinn MofTeU, Dyess, boy John; Jolinnie and Jaunettc Woodruff, Elownh, £lv\, Mavy; Daniel and Ella Lloyd. Dyess, boy, Phillip. Abel and Elizabeth VcneRas, Lu\- ora, boy, Abel; Alfred and Griicc Soden, Dyess, girl, Elizabeth. Airc and Mai'y England, Wilson, oy, Wilford; Charlie and Etfrte Husley. Leunuto, boy, Herman; Erin and Lucille Carr, Wilson, girl, Jeltie; Robert and Ethel Perry, Luxora, girl, Cherry; Leonard and la Henry, Osccoln, girl, Carolyn; Wylle and Minnie Wiseman, Wil•"». Klrl. Minnie; Carious and Uc.i- ilc 'n'lcr, Manila, girl, Shnvron; Piinl nnd Martha Lloyd, Wilson, girl, lirenda; Earl and Ruby Nichols, Kclscr, girl, Loi^elta; Bryant 1 Ruby Lowe, West Rldgc. boy. John,; Winifred and Rosemary Lonedale. Dycs-s. boy. Hichard; Kavl and Mary Daniel, Dyess, Rlrl, Wnn- da; Robert and Mary Diincn, Os'ic- ola, girl, Wnnda; Eugene and Dorothy Smith, Osceola. girl, Shirley, Cecil and Mnry BonUvright. Caraway, girl, unnamed; Hcrshcll and Maybell Wllmoth, Lepanto, boy. Billy; n.wic mid Neurlnc Artis, Manila, boy, Donald; Thomas and Arah Lyell, Kelser, boy. Harold; Arthur and Amle Turnbow. Etowah, boy. Doyle; John and Kate Turn- OsccuJa, boy, unnamed; Travis and Junnitii Rodgers, Osccola, girl, unnamed; Pled and Bulah Walter.!. Manila, boy, Vernon; Herman and Dorothy Drown, Manila, girl, Glenda; James and Audrey Foste^ Manila, boy, Jlmmlc; George and Lois Swedholm, Manila, girl, Janice; Orady and Hiith Eaton, Manila, girl. Mary sue; H. C. and Mattle Terry, Lepanto, boy, Billy; Amon and Rebecca Bowie. Wilson, boy. Rodney; Leslie and Serena Nichols. West Memphis, girl, Janlco, Sam and Florence jonns, Blythc- vllle, rlrl, Phyllis; Earl and Eva Wilson. Blytheville, girl. Sandra; Unman and Puullne Turner. Bly- Ihevllle. boy. Herman; Cliaik's and Morella Htaggs, Blylhevllle, |{lrl, Kay; Cecil and Majorlc Johnson, illythevllle. Blrl, Ticena; Jo.sepn nnd Myrtle McClurc. ISlytheville. t;irl, Alice; Joe nnu Mary Scoll, Osceola, bf^Joe; Jamen and Ollia [lolln. Osceola. girl, Norma; Henry and Etena Wilson. Osceola, boy, Clarente; Lennid and Audra Nciv- rnan, Osceola, toy, Gerald; John ami Salic Warren. Osceola, boy. Kenneth; B. H. and Ruby Davi- scui, Osceola, boy, Bernls, Dalton nnd Geneva Hunt, Osceola, boy Delton; Emmett and Nelda Wilson, Wilson. K lrl, Nflda; Felix and Ha/el Kletchcr. Hughe. 1 ;, Bin, Beverly; William and Myrtle Willing, Oscc- >la, girl, Liirllne; Edward and Cruz. Osteola. girl, Ruby; Lester' and Myrtle Bnlter, Oficeola, bos', | Henry; Jessie and Beatrice Allen, Illythevllle, boy, Randell. D. V. and Dorothy McGregor, niythevllle, ?lrJ, Mary; James and Gtrtrude Hambo. Blytheville, tx)y. William; Paul and Ohm.i Ooff. Blytheville. filrl. Janctt; Futrell and Ally shoffncr. Blytheville, Rirl. unnamed; Neal a nd Ada Todd. Bly- Ilicvllle. boy. Je.ssle; J. W. and Geneva Wortham, Manila, boy, J. W.; Thomas and Lilly Clifton, Blytheville. boy, Thomas; James and Ora McDermolt, Blythevllle, girl. Vivian; Fred nnd Rulh Dutlon, Memphis'. Tenn.. boy. Gerry; Cecil and Kath- erlne Hayes, Bi;/theville.. girl. Sher- vllle, l>oy, Allen; Robert nnd Roste ChlBum, Osceola, girl, Stella; Thomas and Essie poHuer, Blytlicvlllt, s and Essie Hopper, Blythcvllle. Luxora. girl, Lalla: William arid Rives HOTi-lett, Manila, boy. Gary; Richard and Alma Ray. Blytheville. girl, Rebecca; John and Ocr- Irude Jjandrum, Blytheville, boy, James; H. M. and Mary Brown, Cooler, Mo., boy, Dennis. R*ad Courier News Want Adj WASHER SERVICE Philip Frtl Vacuum Clennorfi, Puns, iron« nntl Siii.iH A|,|,li»,K« itC|i«ittd. ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., Inc. >[. W. ADAMS, Mur. I'liow 207). .-.; , ; .200-03 W. Main ry: Raymond and Dorothy Cole. Blythcvllle. boy, Robert; o. C. and Htten Allison, Blytheville. boy. Paul; William and Gloria Lilly, Blythe- HOW'S YOtiR RADIO We Give 1 to 2 Days Service on any Make. We'll Make It Work! Fred Callihan Phone 2642 We Call For and Deliver Authorized Motorola Radio Sale* and Sen-Ice 106 South,First SJ. irs Rothrock DRUGS Free Delivery Phone 451 4% FARM LOANS Farm loans made to fit yowjiidividual needs. Our re-payment privilege granted all' borrowers. Let us explain our Pre-Payment Reserve Plan. NO EXTRA CHARGES—NO APPLICATION, APPRAISAL, ATTORNEY'S or CLOSING FEES and NO COMMISSION If we arrange a loan with you it is good business for us to make it fit your needs because farm loans are a good investment only when they are good for the farm, owner. NOBLE GILL AGENCY Glencoe Bldg. Phone 3131 Dancing Every Tuesday Thursday and Saturday Music by Puke Doyle Lee and his 7-Piccc Band For Reservations Call 3984 TWIN GABLES USED CARS WANTED; We will pay you the full OPA Ceiling plus your extra equipment. If you arc Rotng to keep your present car let us (fire you an estimate on reconditioning your motor, body nnd painting. Credit terms can be arranged. Tires, Tubes and auto and home radios for sale. Lee Motor Sales, Inc: Oldsmobile East Main St. GMC Trucks Phone 519 We Have Moved! rhono Riales Land Co. Now Located in The Hale Building Across from City Hall Call or sec RUSSELL E. RIALES if you have a Farm for Sale or Trade in Northeast Arkansas or Southeast Missouri. Bring on the eats...Have a Coke Mrs. Colonel's devoted to sable, And indulges a fondness for pearls; She has servants to wait on her table. And she frolics with dukes and .th c.irls. .. .pause and make it a friendly Fourth Off to the wide-open spaces for a day of fun. There's plenty of eats and there's frosty Coca-Cola. Have a, Co\e is the signal to send the day off ,to a flying start. Ice-cold Coke brings refreshment to the friendly pause r-tq those times when you are nearest to those who are closest to you: 1 ... •OTHIO UHDII AUtHOIIir Of 1HI COCX-COU COBfANY »t P" COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. of BLYTHEVILLE £ l"Coca-Co1a" ftnd its abbreviation J'Coke" arc the rtgistcrcd trade- marXs nhich distinguish UK pro* Jucl of The Coca-Cola Coaipany. --Q 1945 Hit But Judy buys lints in the basement, And watches her pennies with care; She strolls through the town in a neat hand-inc-down, 'And balances budgets on air. In social, financial or age groups They never will meet in this life— For one is a-blue-blooded bimbo, And one is a \v??c earn si's .wife, :;-.'.\ has a sharp eye for bargain;, \^ And plain for the whole world to see— They BOTH buy the same grade of service When they're buying electricity. Now this ij up grim ^>ci.il thesis, . No battle of }^av<is and^Have-nots; tl !.!-. —^.\l£ «.\^ kl»'l|.'KAlK llrl>i ^ Jt merely poirtti' out tlul'b6lh ladies, -• ----'mm kilow.itts. ix MANSION or cottage-there is only one grade of electiic service -the best. Mrs. Colonel may use more electricity than Judy, but kilo- ' watt-hour for kilowatt-hour, it's the same power-ready, dependable and cheap-thanks to your friends and neighbors in this company.'* « Enjoy "THE ELKCTRIC HOUR" vllk Robert Armbr*,lcr>, Orchtitr,. £v(ry -Sxnrf.y *fltrn<x>n, 4:30, £DST, CBS Nttwork. Ark-Mo Power Co. A Tax-Paying Citizen In Every Community We Serve

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