The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 29, 1947 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 29, 1947
Page 9
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THURSDAY, MAY 20, 10-17 Farmers Clamor For Hot Wealher Heavy Rains Give Weeds Head Start IN Parts of State Hy United f re s s The weekly weather BLYTHIOV1LLE (AH!?.)' COURIEK NEWS PA6E NINB Tractor' Gear Lands Planes in Mao 1 be nialiiliilncd. For the week 1 ending yesiorcuj » nvcraoe of 1.02 inches o[ rain ?]! at 32 rc]»rtinf{ stations which "suite rtin very little field work eii'i; done w>e;iusc of muridj ••elds. Little Rock reported 4.49 ichcs for • the week and Pine '•'•ol f 43! inches. Cotton is mostly up with better ian average slsinils. It i s bfins liopjied and cultivated when the outlier permits. While most fields i'e grassy, a period of favorable Thllier will enable growers to <•::!! out, the fields, and the crop nii'd be off to a good stall. nice aeicagc in most areas show •JOtl stands. Many fields have L'cn watered, nice :s just coming [> in some sections, and about > per rent of the acreage has -'t to lie seeded. Soybeans Growing Fasl Corn is making lair growth, al- ioii!;ii some of it has a poor >lor due to too much moisture, ck of cultivation and lack of | mshine. Oats arc maturing in many fields Southern and Eastern Arkansas. of the earlier fields is ex- i start about the first week somewliat later than us- jects vary from good in fSi to poor in others where are thin and spotted due winter-kili. Soybeans arc mostly up to good rinds and making fair to good cwth. Alfalfa first crops are being dam-' •rd by frequent rains. L'-'.spedeza is making luxuriant owih. Strawberry - picking for frcoii arkel.s is about tinished in all eas except., the Northwest. The irvest for processing, however, is peeled lo continue into early Possible Test Case Ends As Misdemeanor Trial L'.Ti'l.l-: HOCIC. Ark.. May iD, Ul'i — what immihed to lie nn- I'.lior trst of (he anti-violence law if Arkansas omlcd today In an Ui- lriK'led verdict on assault a»d il. p me ands .sl of lAi st iCT so v»je . j Here Is a close-up of Ihe revolutionary tractor landlnn geai for uir- planes successfully used in experiments \>y Ail Technical Service Command at Wright Field. Dayton, Ohio A loaded Douglas A-20 nttack bomber, equipped with the tractor gear, taxied speedily . through soft mud, revved up in sofl sand, took oft in 1100 Icct of similar mud-sand terrain and landed under the same conditions. College Valedictorian, But Will Not See Diploma She Earnecl GREENVILLE, N. C., May 29. (UP) —- Attractive Florence A. Uavcnporl loday lield the highest, grades in the senior class at East Carolina Teachers College, bul she will not sec Ihe diploma which, will say she gradualcs with honors. Florence Davenport is blind. She made Ihc highest possible grade in nearly every course she i look, though darkness closed in on her when she was 20 years old. She took classroom noles in Braille and did her home.vork on a typewriter. Fellow students read lessons to her, and she supple- June. Fruit, cnnfiniirs in a favorable condilion. Peaches arc growing last and appear to lie relatively clean and free from insects. menlcd them with phonograph records from the Library of Congress. When Florence enrolled al the Novll; Carolina Women's College in Greensboro several years aso. she learned after an eye test that she was on the road lo blindness. For two hopeful years she wa-s under Ihc care of a New York eye specialist. "Suddenly," she said, "the 'is 1 ' 1 went out." She returned to her liomc In Dover, N. C., and planned a life In Ihe dark. She learned to read and write Braille through a correspondence course, when she felt ready to continue her studies, she entered ECTC. Florence plans to do case work . for the blind as a social worker. ' This summer she will slndy at the a I start), brushing up her lyphiK, voice antl dictation, and HIT hundiuralts. plans to CHUT the Srhoot of Work at the University of Carolina next full, has applied lor a seeing eyo .tudj ICUl'l Sll Soci: Nort SI] dog. "Thin)." she said, -Til be entirely indciH'mli'nl." ballcry charges mid payment ol $00 fine ami costs. Chuck wilhtio, u taxi driver charged »ith violation or the 13-l'J net, acci'piotl the agreed vcrdifi In 1'ulaskt Circuit Court here after his iittomoy stiuglit In vi^i lo have td e Indictment <|ii»shc<i. J. T. (leiitry. Wilhnivs iittonry, asked Judne tins l''ulk to quash l!iv IndicliniMit <in tin- umiinds that til.' iintl-vloli'iicc law was unconstitutional and that the Indictment was returned with prejudice. Former Head of College Of Ozarks to Bo Buried I'lrPU: HOCK, Alk.. May !»' (UI'> --- Funeral services Jor Illi the LAST WORD in DEEP FREEZE UNITS By General Electric 140 Ib. Capacity 4 Cu. Ft. Dimension Enamel Finish Fine quality, -1 inch. genuine Spun Glass insulation gives better service, cuts down cost of operation Beautifully finis'ned model comes complete with new noiseless General Electric compressor. Sec it today! $199.95 Immediate IMivcry "">•_ See Us For Your Commercial Refrigeration Ncqds \Ve now have COAIPRKSSOKS. on display GENERAL I'UFFER-IIUUBARD ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS and UNITED BEVERAGE COOLERS. These represent the top lines of the market today. BARD &HOKE Your G.E. Store in Blytheville Taystee Bread Is •BETTER- You'll Find II At CECIL LOWE'S NEW GROCERY vi'ur-olil Dr. Kdwiinl Kmrlt Morris will In: hrUI in Lillle liork Iliis U'i num. Dratli Monday lirniiKhl lo iiii end :i cnrcw »1 05 years an nn ncllvc I'rrsbyU'i'ljin minister mill five years us im'sUlenl or the College of the Two Eastern Psychological.'ABX>- elation members have deterrolotd Iniil a click has no lone, therefore cannot he called a musical not*. GENERAL ELECTRIC DISPOSALL A JUST SCRAPE IT DOWN THE DRAIN **' ( - 'i'hts electrically operated Disposnil shreds all food waste —including j^. bones—into fine particles, \vhicli lire carried down the drain nud out i>f the house— iriirncilialely, Your sink is always clean! NO MORE GARBAGE There »re no garb.ijjc cucimincrs of garbage odors in the Disposal! •equipped kitchen. The food v/astc is gone before it can spoil, Hubbard & Hoke Appliance Co. Your G.E. Store in Blytheville MODEL r«-3M DI«POSAU $124.50 Price Inclutn Cxcfc* T HAPPY HOUR HAPPY HOUR HAPPY HOUR HAPPY HOUR HAPPY HOUR HAPPY HOUR LAST WEEK Car Taq No. Phone No. Mr. Homer Fisher 221 So. Lilly St. Wonder who will be lucky this week. Find your fraq number or your phone number on this ad. Clip out ad or bring paper with ad mid get your Free Merchandise. Each week, to confrmtje frhis game we must have at least one lucky person each week. These ads must be used on the effective dates. Watch our ads closely each week if your car tag or phone number is found on this od, come in with ad and get a case of Coca-Colas FREE by pay- ing deposit on bottles. HAPPY HOUR FOR QUALITY HAPPY HOUR * * GROCERY * * MARKET 108 E. Main St. p hon o 814 HAPPY HOUR FOR DELIVERY I'HK'KS Biack Pepper, 1-4 Ib box .. 35c| Spinach, No. 2 can lOc fePPJCMC MUSTARD Can We UrClLS\J TURNIP ,. .Can We Nut-Breed, can 24c Peanut Butter, quart 56c JeSIy, Silver Tip, 2 Ibs ... 29c Salad Dressing, pint 33c Ten-Be-Low, for ice cream 28c Ice Tea, Monarch, 1 Ib ... 89c Corn Starch, Argo lOc Salt Stacks, white, 50 Ibs . 65c SaJt Blocks, sulphur, 50 Ibs 75c Franks, !arge, Ib 35c Sausage, pure pork, Ib ... 39c Hamburger, fresh grnd. Ib 35c Cheese, American, Ib . 39c LIVER, BEEF OR PORK Sawer Krcut, 3 2 1-2 cans . 25c Pen-Jo! or Sure-Jel .... 12c Mustard, prepared, qt. ... ICc Treet, Armour's Star, can . 37c Tang, ready-to-serve, can . 37c Beans with Weiners, jar . . 21c Catsup, 14 oz bottle 25c Brooms, 5 string, each 59c Pickles, wh5., sour, dill, qt. 31c «.?- c ^:.?RL?- Dra y' St ^? c Car Tag No. 149-317 — Ph~o~ne~3640~ NOTICE SUGAR STAMP INFORMATION No. 12 Spare Stamp now good for 10 ibs. sugar. No. 1.1 continues thiough Sept. 30th. 10 Ibs. with cither stamp. lOfbs. 93c White Fancy Cream 25 Pounds 4 Pound Carton 85c 3 For 35c 2 Big Loaves White Only 25c No. 1 Old Red Triumphs Lb. 5c Arm & Hammer 6 Boxes 25c rahams 25c . :: . 28c 2 Lb. . : . 54c 16 Count Bags15c 48 cnt. bags 45c Bn-sng ihis ad on either of the effective dates to our store and get*20c off on either 25 or 50 pound sack of Mother's Best or Pure-A-Snow Flour. Every sack of Hour we sell has a money back guarantee. Try Pure-A-Snow or Mother's Best Flour. -< O X o C 70 X o C HAPPY HOUR HAPPY HOUR HAPPY HOUR HAPPY HOUR HAPPY HOUR HAPPY HOUR

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