The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 28, 1946 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 28, 1946
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FRIDAY, JUNE 28, IMG State Police Deny Cursing Memphis Boys FORREST CITY, Ark., j lm <, 2 «. (UP)— Stnle 1'oliee Sel. Glenn Cinr. I'ctt todny <Icnlcd Ihul ollkfi's "cursed, handled roiifjlily nm| shov- <•'! nrouml" four youths iiiTCslcd Tuesday at, McCrory, Ark. A Memphis newspaper quoted Use youths as xiylng tlicy wei'e ciucstlonccl in connection with III? reputed $80,000 robbery Smirtuy -.if Hliickflsh L;ike club in St. I-YiiucU County, Ark. Giirrctt said the boys were taken Into custody at 10:30 p.m., mid ln-'ld until they proved the ov.'ner- t;hi|) of their ear which Imd broken down. They were released :i1. 8'30 a.m. yesterday. 'Ilic police sergen»t said St. T'nuteis county officers (luestioncd Hie youths about their \vcrcabouis n(. the Mine of Ihc reported ni-lit- sjiot lioldup, but Hint quo.sllonliii; w«s incidental to establishing ownership of the car. "They wc<; not mistreated In nny way," CiarrcH snlel. "We treated them as courteously as we do imyoiiG else \\e at ml for qiicstlon- inj;.' We released them as soon as they proved Hie ear was not stolen." Cianc'U said lie and two piilrol- inen entered the investigation al th c request, of St. Francis county oflicers. Secretaries Give Out Interview About Their Boss; Fear the Worst BIRMINGHAM, Ala., June 2!l. <UP)—The two pretty secretaries in the Chamber of Commerce office had their ringers crossed today, wary of what the Jioss will -say. They h ;I( | boldly given out interviews that Lloyd E. Poster, chamber head, doesn't, exactly "practice what he preaches. " Foster had outlined .timely tips for pleasant relationships with the office .•itnff to executives attending the Southeastern Institute for Commercial Organization at the Uni- Up and Atom BLYTHEVILLE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS Royal View Luxora Society— Personal Forsaking comforts ot thc royal box. King George and Princess Elizabeth repair lo rooftop to view races al lAscot through powerful binoculars. Maybe Ihc horses, look better from there. «, They'll Fly thc 'Flying Wing- Silhouetted against the clouds, ' two workmen are dwarfed by 1 thc 65-fool Westinghousc ntom- smasher in Pittsburgh, Pa., as J-thoy'resurface the.giant, tank to !/prepare .itrfof'..^:'^^^^^™-:. :'' Kra'rn iiinied'a{'ttrnessirig ato'midt no\ver for peacetime use. : Mrs. WnlU'r I.yuch lins us her iniests her MID, willliun Lynch nnd Mrs. I.ynrh nud ehlliliTii. Oliver uiul Hilly; her dmiuliler-lu-lnw, Mrs. A J. hyneh nnd son. Ronnie, a\\ ,i( Flint, Mti'h.. nnd her daughter, Mrs. li. II. Nuwlln. of liuuncvlllv, Ark Mrs. A. J. Lynch left Wcilne clu for u visit with her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hay Graham, of Mom- phis, who will accompany her upon her return home. Mrs. Lynch, Mr. mid Mrs. Wllllniu Lynch nn-.l children, nnd Mrs. Nowlln spent Thui>- dny In West Memphis with hn daushlor, Mrs. Vivian Fnr/.ter n .rtvmlly. On Sunday, they will m 'company Mrs. Nowlln to her Imme Wlloonevlllc for seviMul days ilsll 'Mrs. Lynclt will accompany Die Willlnni Lynehs upon their return to Flint, nnd after n visit nf several weeks with her sons. Kdjj.n nnd A. J.. will return wllli Mr. uiii Mrs. Ud|;ar l.yueh and diiuuhlcr ]3i r endn. who will visit In Luxi Miss lilatne Uiiruy of SI.. Joseph Mo., Is thR of lier mint, Mis O.scar Sutton. Miss Dolly Cioswlcll mill MlM Norn Wise will leave .Sunday .'or ' vnenllon nt liocknwiiy lleach. Mo. Wnde Mcllenry nnd Amr.'IU Whistle, of Whlslk'ville. were mo lorpil lo Crimp Dixie for Cllrls, n. Clnvlon, Gil., Tursdny by Mrs. C. M Whlslle and Mrs. Mnvls Seitlemlrc of Whlstlevllle. Wnde nnd Annclte will be away eight, weeks. Miss Samh Lnnnsloii ncranipnn- led her house, Miss S.tnih l>i>- .Hcy, nfter n vlsll of two wed;:;, to her home nt Mlsniiirk, Mo., for several days visit. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mose Slimnn iind (iraiKtchlldven. Sllvln and mil KJtnri. left Tuesday inotorhig to Ciunbrldfie, O., for a visit, with relatives. Miss Billy LaiiRston nnd Miss Snnvli Langston are vlsltln* \vlih relatives, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. M. Vil- k'rcen, «t Calhuun City, Miss.. ii;;;l Mr. and Mis. Joab I,uii|;stoii, al I'hilndelpliln. Miss. Thoy will bc ! ac- eoiniwnicd home ThurKtlay by their cousin, A. (J. PIlBi-cen, Tor a "webk's visit. Thc Ucv. J. M. Majors Is vlslltmj nt Piiscnt'onlii, Miss., with his daughter. Mrs. Ancc! Montgomery, Mr, Montgomery nnd son, Travis. Vinson Takes Oath Yarbro Club Meeting At El*a Whaler Horn* The Ynrbro Homo Demonstration Club nict Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Klzu Wlieclcr. for a business anil -socliil session. The nu'clliig WHS oi>enc<i with Tuiip (iltijjlng nml Mrs. Whcclnr end a poem "As we Forulvc." The .U'volloiml was l»kcn from the Jitnl ulmjilur of I'salms. E:icli memlx'f tintiwcred roll call >.i tolling \\helhci 1 she would like <> no lo n rest, ramp Ihls Summer. 'Inns (or tho rest rump, K club ilnili- nnd the piny Imiuiiinient to n- held July It) In MutiUii were lsciiKse<l. A door-slop wns dcitionstrntccl by Mrs, C. n. Octnm. In afternoon names, winners were Mrs. W. A. IlolHiiK.sworlh, Mrs. P. In wiemonles surpassed for pomp only hy n presidentInl Iniiiiitiirallmi, I'Vedi'iick Moore Vlnsou, rluhl, lid; Justice of the Kupreme Court. Vlnso from Chief .liisllre 1). Ijiwronco (1 Appeals for the District, of (jnhmib gathered on tho .south portico (if II In I he M-yeur hl.slorv <if I he. antinnotlve Industry appioxlnuiti'- ly 21)01) makes of passtnuer cars • Hie I'nlh as llilrlri'iitli (;hli>i Is shown tnklnn the tlmiljln until Her. left, of tile u. M. Court ol iH'I'uru a liu'iui i-roup of Willie irmise, iNKA 'IVIephuto.) iippniii'd on (he tiuulu-l. ae- irilliiK to me Automobile Munii- u-lnrera 1 Assw-lnllon. Wlltl* ind UTS. D«w AWxjtf-,- The hoetes* tcnrtd a iwlal ptoi»" with Iced tea. '' In addition to the 13 member* attending wa* a guc«t, Iln. GeraM Wheeler. / r ••>. It ^«« announced that tbc rief* meeting would be Tuesday, July ». at Yurbro School, with a lunch , to bo served at noon. The 11 begin at 11-o'clock. Luxora Baptists to Heat Tennessee Minister ; ' L.UXORA, Arlc., June y». — Tb> Rev. James Rogers, . of Jackson, 'I'eiin., will preach at the morning and evening worship hours, 11 aja. and T.'M p.m., Sunday, June 30 at thc Luxora Baptist Church,' as art; noiiiiceil by Dr. Thomas f. Hudson, clialriimn of the pulpit com' nlttce. , ' Pictured above, in :i three-way "good luck" hatulcl.nsp, are the* men chosen lo uoidc the iji^antie Nortlmip XB-3r» plane—the famous "Flying Wiug"—on its initial Might. Lett lo right arc Fred Charles Brctdier, co-pilol; Max Stanley, chief, pilot; and O. 1U ]Jouglas, llii^ht ciiRinccr. • vcrsity of North Carolina. One til) said "Don't put a cigar In your month and begin walkiiiB the door, spitting and purring >viih you back lo the. stenographer most of the time." ; _Eaid Jessica Ingrnm, "Wait till Tie ; gets back." "He does love to put a cigar !" his mouth walking the iloor Ijuric;! behind a smoke screen." Jacqueline Boyle charged plagiarism saying that Foster "got those tips from us," and as far as his advice to employers not to he "old bears" and frighten poor working girls, she recalled when she first came to work some lour months ago fresh out of school. > "I was scared to death, at first.,J* she said, "but the other girls lol.d nic. liis .brU'k was v.'orse. than his Bite:* 4 •' -^^^n.-..* .a* s -••. ••-• .- ;. Foster is due back in thc oflice today. The girls hope "some more of their ad- sometime he takes vice : "Not lo get angry if your stenographer gives an interview about. yon. " NOTICE Notice Is htii.'oy Blvcn that Allen Plckard hns made . application lo erect a brick huiUllnj; t>n lots R and fi. block 0 of the Marsh Addition to the City of liiylhevlllc. Hhjd. bnildlnj; to be GO'xiay lln( l to be used as a retail grocery store. , Any protest should IK in writing} and filed in the orilcc of the Clty Clerk. JOE CARNEY, City Engineer. cu . —, u\> oviX . « 'f X \ **• i^ '/>iU Need 24-hr. Service TAXI!! Call 968 Bonded and Insured WOODS West Main St. ^S^t^' Phones 507-508 DRUG STORE Just Received! . : . The Famous r A-B r Porcelain ELECTRIC RANGES • Bungalow Size ... V • Ideal for Small Kitchens Y in Homes or Apartments Ready for Immediate Delivery Note These Features: • Three Cooking Units With Three-Way Switch! • Separate Hroiltr Comp;trliui'n( . . . and Thermostatically Controlled Fully Insulated Oven! • Hcatitiful While Porcelain Finish! ;.,*'*•*" • Approved by Undenvriters ,. Laboratories Tills very popular bungalow type A-B Electric Range is Ideal for small kitchens in small homes or apartments, giving maximum cooking capacity in little space. Stands 28'I inches high. 18'4 inches wide and 24 Inches deep. The ideal size Electric Hange for modern kitchens. Pre-war quality, expertly made and in a beautiful white enamel porcelain finish. Hubbard&Hoke Appliance Co. General Electric Appliances—Bcndix Washers 407 W. Main ^ : ^ ;1 ., A _ Blytherille, Ark. •hones 507-508 We offer you a complete banking service: if Crop Production Loans • ' -if Farm, l.oiuisv . ..'c •.>.;.. Ckiiij;- 'Accounts Savings Accounts I'crsoniil Loans Commercial Loans Every Service that a well organized National Bank should render Bill Wunderlich AH a Natural AM For 1HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE not u . Write toiluy lor free booklet. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and DlviBlon Blythevilfe, Ark. CHAMBLIN SALES CO. Sales Studebuker Service WE BUY AND SELL GOOD USED CARS Lex Chumblin Bill Chambtln Phone 2195 Railroad & Ash St*. If You Need A Crop Loan Come to This Friendly Bank! You'll find Ihls a, Friendly, Understanding Bank and the vacant chair beside each officer's desk Is a silent Invitation for you to sit down and talk over your, business problems with them at any time. Well try to help you. We know that it takes money to grow a good crop! And we want you to know that cash for crop expenses can be quickly obtained at thc friendly FIRST NATIONAL BANK THROUGH A CROP PRODUCTION LOAN. The interest rate you pay is very low and you repay thc loan in thc fall when your crops are sold. Come in and discuss your needs with one of thc friendly, helpful FIRST NATIONAL BANK officers. Your needs will be given prompt and courteous attention. ' , We'll be glad to sec you. The First National Bank THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM MEMBER F.D.I.C. Join the Ark. Automobile Club and cn/oy it's many benefits YOUR MEMBERSHIP SAVES YOU 20* ON AUTO INSURANCE Ivan R. VanPatten Your Sales Representative '118 S. Luke SI.. KuHidcncc Phone 2409 Terry Abstract & Realty Co. Abstracts of Title — Lands —, Loans 213 W. Walnut Phone 2381 USED CARS WANTED W« will pay you the full OPA Ceiling plus your extra equipment. ' If you arc Roing to keep your present car let nS jriv« you an estimate on reconditioning; your motor, Dody and painting. "••--.. Credit terms can be arranged. Tires, Tubes anrt auto and home radios for Kale. Lee Motor Sales, Inc. Oldsmoliile Bast Main St. CMC Trucks Phone 519 Top Prices for Cattle, Hogs Short haul — Less shrinkage and no commission means more money for your livestock. LEO SWIFT BUTCHER'S ABATTOIR Phone 3458 We Have Move'd! Riales Land Co. Phon» *, , ... Now Located in ^ The Hale Building \ Across from City Hall CA11 or see RUSSELL E. RIALES if you have a Farm for Sale or Trade in Northeast Arkaasa* or Southeast Missouri.

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