The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 2, 1950 · Page 12
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PAGE TW1W,V»« ^L, 1 llli^V lijLrJ 1,/ViiK.) UOUKlfeH TUESDAY, MAY 8, 1MO Byrd Cloth Traces Its Origin to Polar Region Cotton. 'Accessories Aid Home POT a home, as for s costume, ac- I Ing and scallops, trimmings include ' One cotton fabric used today by the fashion world, as well as by the armed forces, can trace its development to Admiral Richard E. Byrd's Antarctic expeditions, the National Cotton Council reveals. The fabric Is a water-proof, wind- resislant material called Byrd cloth in honor of the famous explorer. Admiral Byrd tells the story of the lightweight, cold climate fabric cloth, saying: "In the early 30's, after my first Antarctic expedition, I felt that it would be most desirable if something could be done to improve the wearing apparel of those engaged In polar exploration. Based upon my experience at Little America, I was seeking lightweight fabric which 'would take the place of the usual fur parka. Its requirements were exacting. ' "It had to be water-repellent and wind-resistant, yet it had to nllow B small amount of ventilation in order to prevent the condensation of body moisture In extremely cold weather. I discussed the possibility of. developing such a fabric with my friends In the cotton textile industry. As, a result of this great need arid persistan't determination, the fabric which was to be called Byrd cloth was developed and worn by myself and all members of the Byrd 'Antarctic expedition." . Today Byrd cloth is one of the most popular fabrics for rainwear end lightweight- wind - resistant ' NOTICE OF ACCOUNTS Of EXECUTORS AND ADMINISTRATORS FTLED Nolle* if hereby given that during the month of April I960 the following accounts of - executors and ad- intnljJratow have been filed for settlement .and confirmation hi the probate Ockirt for the Chick asawba Dietrich of Mississippi County, Arkansas and that suhc accounts with their respective filing dates are AS -JoJlown: No. W*. Estate of Permella Rid- ftiaf, • deceased. Account of T,ee Bidden, Administrator filed PCD cessorles frequently determine the difference between the common- jiace »nd the unusual, with so •nany new cotton accessories on the arket, it's easy for any homemaker to select those that will lend distinction to her home, And, In selecting them, she'll'be happy In the knowledge that they will require a minimum of care an clean- Ing. v Any bedroom can become a smart (or, if your prefer, pretty) room through the use of companion cottons for bedsp.-eads, curtains, valances, and headboards, rh's can be done with coordinated striped and plain cotton . chambray, or with plain and printed cottons. Cotton sheets and pillow In delectable new ICE cream colors add an attractive note to bedrooms and make bed-making a brighter project for the housewife. Two the prettiest of the new colors arc true pink and Nile green. In addition to the long-popular hemstitch- i inted designs and embroidery in loral, Chinese and abstract pat- Drns, reports the National Cotton Council. New on the market is a "con- lour" sheet, with stitched mitred corners, so there'll be no pulling out. Printed cotton window shades are good for the bedroom, or any room in the house, depending oi. the deselected. They've been done in Ivy. pastoral, flora) and plaid patterns. Designed especially for the nursery Is a cotton window shade In a gay circus pattern with clowns nml animals cavortlnf gaily about. Terrycloth towels are now meant to be decorative as well as functional. Colors are bright and rich, Include cardinal red, gull grey, Nile green, "lamingo, md chartreuse Some are real wraparounds in huge sizes, measuring up to 45" x 88' Contrasting with these, In size, are the very new, very tiny fingertip towels with fringed edges. They make wonderful guest towels, and since they're done In, down-to- .•arth lerrycioth, guest* will really teel free to use them! Porch Furniture To Get New Look A face-lifting treatment for lawn swings and other porch or patio furniture Is In the offing with the arrival of spring. Old l-.wn furniture will be given a new look with the bright striped and solid cotton duck recover sets that will be on the market thic season. One of the aui active new lawn swing covers recently put on the market Includes a canopy, seat am back covers, apron, and arm res covers. This set comss In brigh California stripes in terra-cotta and white, green and white, and blu and white. Cotton Leads List Of EGA Demands The greatest demand for a commodity purchased with Marshall Plan funds during 1949 was for' cotton, the Economic Cooperation Administration disclosed recently. During the year cotton purchase approvals issued.by EGA for Western Europe totalled $575,900,000. Machinery and equipment was second with 1493,000,000; bread grains, third, $427,300.000; and petroleum and products, fourth, ,$420,400,000. The 1949 EGA figures Included: $1,861,9000,000 lor Industrial Items; $1.823,400,000 for rood and agricultural commodities; $276,800.000 for ocean freight; and $15,500.000 for technical services. or of Admlniitratkm were granted during the month of April 1950 with' the date of the granting of >uch letters and the name and address of the executor or administrator: No. 1977. Estate of Louise Golden Yarbro, deceased, letters of Administration Issued to LaFayette May, Caraway, Arkansas on April 11, 1950. . " ' No. 1978. Estate of Sidney E. Evans, deceased. Letters of Admln- Istrallon issued to Annie B. Miller, 412 N. 5th Street, Blytheville, Ark. ansas on April 29, 1950. No. 1911. Estate of Crawford M. Noble, deceased. Letters Testamentary issued to Sybil Noble, Blytheville, Arkansas on April 19, 1950. Witness my hand and seal such Clerk this the 1st day of May, 1950. Elizabeth Blythe, County and Probate Clerk 5|2[50 NOTICE OF NEW ESTATES ON' WHICH ADMINISTRATION HAS BKEN COMMENCED Notice is hereby given that the following Is a list of estates of deceased persons upon which Letters IN THE PROBATE COURT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT IN THE MATTER OP THE ROTATE Of: MTLLARD ENGLISH, DECEASED. NOTICE Lust knowo «ktr«<t oi iUa»d«iit! I 527 Park Street, Blytb»rill». Ark. I ansa*. ., .'••••. Date of Death: April 18, 1MT The undersigned wu appointed I administratrix of the «UU of Uwl above-named decedent on th* »th| day of May, 1940, All persons having claim* against 1 the estate must exhibit them, duly I verified, to the undersigned within I six months form the dat* of th» I first publication of thU notiet, or I they shall be forever burred and I precluded from any benefit estate, . This notice first published ce th* ] 25 day of April, 19SO. Mildred KnglUh Adminjftratrix I 537 Part St. (Address of Administratrix) Piled this 24 day of April, I960. Elizabeth Blythe, Clerk Todd Harrison, jttorney for ad- ministratrix) 4]JS-5iZ-« , J*b. 1912. Zstate »f R. A. Moore, dwewed. First and Final report of Byron Morse, Administrator filed Aprft IT, 1950. No. ni2. Estate Of P. H. Rasp- S«r»f, deceased. First and Final Repot* of Jbhliie Etter Raspberry. • AdmtotetratrK Wed April 17, 1950. Mo. M08. Estate of Charles A Kgrd*. deceased. Final account and Mhal settlement of Lee Hill, Ad- :mhitatrator filed April 24, 1950. \ Mo.'l*18. Estate at J. M. Bell, deceased. Final account of iSallic Bell, Executrix nied April J4, I860. 'All persona Interested In the set* tlement of any of trie' above estates are warned to file exceptions thereto, If any 'have they on or before the sixtieth day following the, filing of the respective accounts-failing which they will be barred forever from excepting to the accounts. Witness my hand and seal as such Clerk this the 1st day of May, 1950. Elizabeth Blythe, County and Probate Clerk 5]2150 Ik. ..plor.r. 1. tV« $««lfc P.U edition, Byr4 •!•!£• B«w I* m la «H *rp«* JCOTICK Notice U hereby given-that the undersigned has filed with ; the Commissioner of .Revenues of the State of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises described as, 600 East Main, Blytheville, Mississippi County. ' . . '•,'.;: : The vnderajgned states that he Is a citizen of Arkansas,- of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted erf violating the laws of this state, or any other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. • .Application Is for permit to be ta- bued for operation beginning on the 1 day of July 1950, and to expire on the 30 day of June, 1951. Virgil Dixon Boyd Subscribed and sworn to before me IMs 1st day of May 1960. ' Elizabeth Mason '. (Notary tPubllc) &tp OornmLsnon expires: 4-36-M. NOTICF Notlc« IB hereby given that th undersigned, ha* , filed with th Commissioner of Revenues of th State of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premise* described as 1003 South Division, Blytheville, Mississippi The undersigned states that he Is R citizen of Arkansas ,of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude; thnt no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the un- derelgned has never been convicted of Tiolating the laws of this state, or any other state, relativi to the sale of alcoholic liojuors. Application Is for permit to be issued for operation beginning on the 1st day of July 1950. and to expire on the 30th day of June. 1951. Bessie Shook Ihibscrfbed and sworn to before m* thfc 1st day of May 1950. Louise Walpole Notary Public ttf Commission empires: March 1*. 10M. J-J-Sfl NOTICS Notice Is hereby given ttiat the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense beer at .retail on the premises described as Hester Bldg., Blytheville, Ark., Mississippi County. .. ., The undersigned states that he Is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years Innt past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application Is for permit to be issued for operation beginning on the 1st day of Mny 1050, and to expire on the 30 day oi June, 1961. W. C. Ferguson Subscribed to before me this 1st day of May 1950. T. J. Crowder Notary Public My Commission expires: Feb. 11, 1963. »'2;50 , NOTICE Wottce is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for permit to sell { and dispense beer at retail on the; premises described as No. Hi-way' 61, Blytheville, Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he Is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other, crime involving moral turpitude; j that no license to sell beer by the • undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been con-1 victed of violating the laws oi this ; state, or any other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application Is for permit to be Issued .for operation beginning on the 1st day of July 1950, and to expire on the 30 day of June, 1951. Ruth Alice Boyd Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1st day of May 1950. Elizabeth Mason Notary Public My Commission expires: 4-26-54. RADIO REPAIR The Only Bonded Repair Service in Blytheville — Every Job Guaranteed. TV Experts Due to density of population and the Importance of marine products in the Japanese rtlct, coastal fishing off japan Is the most intensified In the world. Venice, Italy. Is rated us one of the most beautiful clllcs In the world. Piano Tuning And Repair Pianos—New ond Used Music Instruments Supplies and Repairs. Everything In Music Sheet Music.—Records— Sound Uquipmenl— Recordings BROOKS MUSIC STORE 107 E. Main — Tel. 6811 THIS IS WHAT COTTON WEEK IS ALL ABOUT THE FIRST NATIONAL,BANK Member: Federal Reserve System Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation OFFICERS E. M. Regenold President . A. B. Reese Vice President Riley B. Jones Vice President Jack G. Owen Cashier DIRECTORS E M. Regenold • Chas. Rose J. M. Stevens Roland Green Riley B. Jones H. H. Houchins David M. Barton Chester Caldwel! A. B. Reese ; week is set aside by The National Cotton Council to inform us of th* many 'uses and advantages of cotton in monuroctureo products. We'll learn that cotton is stronger than structural steel, that it wears better than rayon, silk or wool, that it is color-fast, heat resistant, cool. . But the thing we should really bear in mind is that cotton products that come from our cotton fields (like the picture above) give us our homes, our jobs, our businesses. That's the best reason for buying cotton products. BUY COTTON and safe-guard our prosperity. FIRST NATIONAL BANK The Only National Bank in Mississippi County

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