The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 2, 1950 · Page 18
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 18

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 2, 1950
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,. PAGE STX SECTION « Ll! (ATJK.V COURTER NEWS TOESTHY. MAY 2, 19(50 WHAT ON EARTH DOES COTTON HAVE TO DO WITH CARS? r- ; The Automobile Industry Is The Biggest Single User Of Cotton In The Entire United States! Yes, believe it or not, more used in making can and trucks than in making shirts or sheets or dresses or towels or trousers. In fact, in one year the automobile industry consumed 7,024,270 bales! That shows you how important it is tor us in Mississippi County to hav> automobile production going full blast and cars selling fast. For the more cotton that's used, the more cotton can be grown, and the better off we'll all be. i • Yes, whfn we look to the future let's all hope that we can keep automobile production high and Cotton production high. ITS COTTON WEEK MAY 1-7 •ts COTTON AND CARS GO HAND IN HAND This Advertisement Sponsored by The Following Progressive Blyrheville Automobile'Dealers: • BLYTHEYILLi MOTOR CO. • BURNETT HUDSON SALfS • CHAMBLIH SALES CO. • HORNER-W/LSON MOTOR CO. • LANGSTON-McWATERS BUICK CO. • MOTOR SALf S CO. • NOBLE GILL PONT/AC, Inc. • PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. ;• SHELTON MOTOR CO. ;• 6 7 MOTOR CO. • SHLL & YOUNG MOTOR CO. • SULLfVAN-NELSON CHfVROU T CO. » f./. SEAY MOTOR CO.

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