The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 7, 1949 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 7, 1949
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' WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1949 ' Caruthersville Fair to Give $1000 In Prizes for Farm Products Exhibits K/VTHEVTLIJ! (ARK.) COURTER NEWS CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo., Sept.* 7.—Harry Farrar, chairman of the! Agriculture Committee of the 15th - - Fair which will be tlOOO ii"»« .*~~.. ,-. -, - event The detailed premium list Is expected to he ready at the end ol this week, he stated. The prizes will be awarded to Individual exhibitors of cotton and toybcans. small grain, hay and other selected agriculture products grown In this area. Individuals may also enter fresh garden vegetables, home canned vegetables and home canned trulls. Group exhibits for which prizes will be awarded will include 4-H eU'bs. Future Farmer: of America, Future Homemakcrs of America, .'derails on-farm training groups. 'omen's Extension clubs, and the Farmers Homer Administration. Mr. Farrar, who is secretary of the Pemiscot County Farm Bureau, slated that he expected more suri- rulture displays at the fair this year than in many years past. The rirtailed premium list can be obtained by writing lo him. he stated Jim Ahem. prcMdem of the Fair board, staled that a ncv concrete barn for race horses had heen completed, and the fairgrounds can now take rare of 15 or more horses "We expect a fine list of entries in the races this year." lie declared, "since we will not have the competition of Illinois tracks as we nave had in the past. We have already received a number of entries and expect many more." The racing pro- pram will be held ou four days of the fair this year. All running horse- races, each will bo started v:tth an electric starting gate. Mr. Aliern nlso announced that the trophies for the winners of the races have been received. At the same time he announced that Gov. Forrest Smith had been Invited to the fair and had indicated a desire to attend. If he does attend. Mr. Ahern .stated that day of the fair will be designated as "Governor's Day." Justice Rutledge Is Still Paralyzed In Left Arm, Leg YORK, Me., 7. </p, _ su- >reme Court. Jmllce Wiley B. Rut- edge's physician said loday lh»t the jurist's left urm «nd leg are >aralyzed. The 55-year-old justice suffered cerebral hemorrhage. He has been In York Hospital 11 dnys. "Justice Rulledge shows > slight Improvement In speech but his left arm and left leg do not show any Improvement In paralysis," said Dr. Klmer Tower. Justice Rutledge Is "almost nut" of the coma into which he sank last Friday. Dr. Tower said. The hospital has reported a Might improvement in the jurist's condition in the past few days. A hospital spokesman revealed today for the first time that Justice Rultedge suffered the cerebral hemorrhage on Aug. 27. at 8 p.m. while driving from OeimquL lo York village wlili Mrs Rutledge. The justice was admitted to the hospital a half hour later. Justice Rutledge and his family were vacationing at nearby Ogun- <]uit, an ocenn summer resorl. "GO EASY ON THE BUTTER. KtDS . . ."-The cow molded from butter IF a yearly feature of the Ohio State Fair in Columbus. Bui, this year bossie had a calf who stole the show. The 600-pound work o! butter art has been an annual creation for 26 years of J E. Wallace of De Lund. Fla If all the butler patties that went into the making ol the cxhibil were placed end to end, where would thai leave bossie and her calf? Newspaper Carrier Boy Shows Knowledge of public Relation Policies WATERBURY. Conn.. Sept. 7. '/Ti —The W&terbury Republican reported loday that it has a route carrier who knows the value of public relations. The Republican Intended to publish an edition Labor Day morning, but couldn't because a repair Job of its press was not completed in time. When delivery boy Donald Parent learned of this, he covered his route anyway, leaving this note at each customer's door: "Press broke down. Sorry, no paper today. Your Paper Boy." Indiana was discovered by La Salle in 1671. State- Junior Chamber of Commerce, ... cooperation with the Arkansas Farm Bureau Federation, will sponsor a state contest to choose Arkansas' official representative for the 1950 Maid of Cotton competition, the National Cotton Council announced today. The winner <jf the Arkansas contest will be awarded a trip to the Arkansas Jaycees Will Choose State's Maid of Cotton Entrant MEMPHIS. Tenn.—The Arkansas! award automatically will become tumlist and will compete for the exciting 40,000-mile tour and la,>- ulous all-cotton wardrobe tliat are presented to the cotton industry's 1950 fashion and goodwill ambassador. In each of the more than 35 cities she visits the Maid is greeted by mayors, governors, city and civic leaders as King Cotton's official emissary, in each city, also, she the Courts Clianrrrr: Cnlvin W Wright vs. olive Marie Wright, suit for divorce. Elizabeth Ann McDcrmntl, i minor, by Blanch H. McDcrmott her next- friend, petition to remove disabilities as a minor. James E. Sanders vs. Lucille Sanders, suit for divorce. E. c. Robinson Lumber Company vs. O. N. Oelsen ft al. suit fo'r foreclosure on the West 47 feet of Lot 15. lying South of Walnut Street, extendinp in the North half of the NW|4 of Section 16-15N-11E Maid of Cotton contest finals at: appears as featured model hi all- Memphis, Jan. 3. She also will be cotton fashion shows to present presented a $500 all-cotton wardrobe selected from the smartest designer fashions of the season by the Sterling stores. Inc. Other awards to be presented the Arkansas winner will 'be revealed later, William R. Nicholson, Osceola, president of the Arkansas junior Clvum- ber of Commerce, said. All contestants must be- between Ihe ages of lij and 25. must have heen born in a cotton-producing state, a'nd must never -have been married. The Maid of Cotton is chosen on the basis of background, personality, and appearance, contest officials pointed out. Any girl who enters the Arktui- sas contest is considered au entry in the national Maid o'f Cctton contest. Tile winner of the state cotton as a high-fashion fabric. Mr. Nicholson announced the appointment of Franklin E. Loy. Little Rock, as executive director of the contest and the appointment of the following members of the Junior Chamber of Commerce to serve en the contest committee: Ed Tinnell. El Dorado; Reeves Ritchie. Pine Bluff; Marshall Blackard, Blytheville; J. Ben Posey. Crossett; Brown Delamar, Arkadelphia; and W. Bradley Klmbrough, Ozark. The committee from the Arkansas Farm Bureau Federation is composed of Joe Hardin, Orady, president; Waldo Frazier. Little Rock, secretary; Walter D. May. Marlon; and Harold Qhlendorf. Osceola. An advisory committee has been appointed to work with the two proups. Serving on this committee are. Mrs. Norma Cranford, Mcna president. Arkansas Association oi Commercial Organization Executives; Glen Zimmerman,'North IJt- lle Rock executive secretary, Arkansas Municipal League; Doyne Dodd West Memphis, district governor Lions Club: Congressman E c •Took" Gathinirs, West Memphi.v nd Jnmes G, Botsford, president Htle Rock Cotton Exchange Blonde Bonnie Beth Bylcr .of Le- into, is the only former Maid o otton from Arkansas, she mad lour as the cotton industry's Here's a report on the steps saved in one typical morning by one. typical customer's telephone . . . 6 conversations . , . covering 39!i miles, all in local calls... at an average cost of about 2? a call-or z third of a cent per mile! Thanks so Hindi for the lift Dorothy, SMILES F.VER WONDER IIOXV MANV STT.FS VfH'R TELEPHONE SAVES? Like most people, Mrs. Sivley was amazed when she looked at the actual record of the calls she made and received . and at the actual cost of those call-;. Every year the telephone becomes more and more important in our daily SOUTHWESTERN BELL lives. And everyyear brings further progress in telephone service. New telephones added so you can reach and be reached by more people. Improvement made, so you can hear better, gel your calls through quicker.enjoymore trouble- free service. The result-a real bargain inclny that groics in value every year. TELEPHONE COMPANY What tin g/vti »o mack for to fi' usry' laid in 1943, mid two years late, he served as tour manager for th 345 Maid of cotton. McCMIan Uninterested MEMPHIS, Sept. 7-M>,-Senalor McClellan (D-Arkl says he's not interested In any other Job except the one he holds. ' He made this statement yesler- JPAGE FIVE day to the Little Roclc bureau rf the Commercial Appeal. He went on to say It might be a different matter If he is asked to take a federal Judgeshlp four or live ye»r» from now. Read Courier News Want Ad«. 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