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SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1946 BLYTHEVIT/LE (ARK.)' CbUUIKR NEWS PAGE THREE Plans Wedding In Atlanta Park Pacific Veteran Asks Permit To Wed Where Romance Started ATLANTA, Ga., Mar. 1C. (UP)— fc'.p. Ernest Shafto, of Fnrmlng- ^le, N. J., and lovely Kathleen Jordan of Atlanta, are going to have the "prettiest wedding Atlanta has ever seen.' 1 That's the word of Atlanta mayor William B. Hartsfield. Shafto, Just returned from the Philippines, asked city officials 11 It would be all right for him and Kathleen to be married in Hurt Park here where they first met. Both were In service and stationed at Lawson General Hospital here "Every night when I crawled Into my foxhole," Shafto said, "I would hear two things—the buzzing of mosquitoes and the whine of bullets. But I could see that beautiful fountain in the park. And could see Kathleen, prettier thai ever, standing beside the Iridcs cent, illuminated water. I prayed that I might be spared just to re turn and see that fountain am squeeze Kathleen's hand as I heart her say, 'I do.' " Mayor Hartsfield, n cupld heart, not only gave them permis slon for the ceremony on the night ! of March 21. He immediately pledged to give the bride away and to "see to it that this Is the prettiest wedding ever staged in Atlanta." "We're going to have potted plants all over the place. Thai beautiful green carpet of grass will be combed with a fine-toothed comb, and that beautiful shrubbery trimmed within an Inch of its life," Hartsfield said today. ^ Park officials are already ar- H.mging an altar and a covered trellis. A soloist will sing "O Promise Me," and "Because" those two traditional wedding songs," and Hurtsfield is seeking an organ for the event. Mendelssohn's "Wedding March" will be played as the young couple come down the steps leading from the city auditorium to the fountain. As they file away, Hartsfield has requested, "Here Conies the Bride." And the parks beautifully-lighted fountain with its rainbow effect—lighted only on special occasions—will be flashing Its brightest. For as Hartsfield says. "This is a special occasion. Atlanta's never seen anything like this." T.nvora Society—Personal L, K. Moore of Winona. Miss., n encher at Gulf Coast Military Acad- my, Gultpoi't, Miss,, before going nto service, was a guest Wednesday >f Clarence P. Crawford Jr.. of Lux >ra, and Edward and Eugene Tea- 'ord of Osceola, former students al he academy. Mr. Moore was overseas two years laving seen action at Tarawa, Sai- ian, niul other beach heads. He was Uschargcd in January, 1940. He was accompanied by IBob Mc- AHster, of Memphis. * • Mis. Joe Hires and grandson Charlie Joe Billingsley and Mis: Ditsey Sllliman are spending (hi weekend in Memphis as guests a Mrs. Hires' daughter, Mrs. J. Koch enderfcr. Marvin Spann Wilson, who ha been in the service for two and half years and stationed at Ama rilla, Texas, has been discharge from the Army and is at home fo a few weeks with his grandmothe Mrs. Allie Spann, 3enish Family .eaves Today For California Mrs. M. C. Cooke is a patient in the Baptist Hospital. She was accompanied to Memphis by her daughters, Miss Eva Cooke, and Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich of lilythevillc. Mrs. Hob Roy Lake of Memphis Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hcnlsh and wo daughters, Sharon and Jena, eft today for Pomona, Cull!., lo iiake their home. They are moving to that I'limalo luo to Mr. lienlsh's ill health mused, by sinus Infection niul undulnnt fever. Mr. niul Mrs. Benlsh have made their home in nlyllievllli- for the Cast 10 years and both \u-rc leaders in civic and community affairs. ML - . rU'nisli formerly worked with the Arkaiisns-'Missourl Power Corporation, no has served us president of ihc Stale Chapter of Junioi Chamber o( Commerce and also president o[ (he local organization He was awarded In 1943 the Junior Chamber of Commerce Service Key, presented for the oulstaiullni young man in Blylhcvlllc who dl< most for his community that year, Mr. IJenlsh also was a member of the Kiwanis Club, of which ha was one lime .secretary; a chairman of the Re<l Cross and on the State Board of the Infantile Paralysis Campaign organS/atlon, lie also served as chairman of (he "Y." Mrs. Bcnish was a leader In numerous fund campaigns and a member of social and civic: orsani/allons. Jena was in the seventh gratis at Junior High School and Sharon Manila's Junior Legion Team To Start Training On Sunday is spending the weekend with her mother, Mrs. R. T. Ballew. Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Price of Clarksdale. Miss., spent two days with Mrs. Price's mother, Mrs. Allie Spann, before going lo their home at Tu|Jelo, Miss. was a standout in nt Central. th e fifth grade MANILA. Ark., March 15.—"I" he Spring a younc num's funcy iifihlly Huns (o baseball" according to "Tilixi'r" Wnlls, nimble- rooted coach of practically every sport, Indulged in by Manila folks :hc\se past few years. After bcln^i \skod two score and more Unit's 'jii-st when our boys are slai'llnK lo get in shape for the American Legion Junior llnseball setup" Walls inmoimccd lluil practice will shirt fr'unduy. Mnrch nth. The local wove admit led (o (he Slnlc Tournament In Lltlle Hock last year only ufli'r several games demonstration of their ability and cnismir.ss. IJUle liock, state champs decisively dolciilrd I horn in three .sessions but (ho Iwals' di'lcrmina- llon und eoopi'nUltm rurned Manila tl|e folluwini; honors: I,. K Sanders, nil-slate left-fielder; Car Thi'clkc'Ul and Hurley Tilly, all- stale pitchers. Jack Croom.s, in hi. 1 first year, displayed remnrkabk brlllanci. In eniiilnj; commcndatloi as a second baseman. Sanders was critically injured H an automobile arcitlcnt on August on Auiiust 13th, last year which left him paralyzed except partial use of Ills lunuls. In a recent letter to TrluBi'r he said "I'll ho Ihere just us soou as you start playing, but it's 11 wheel chair from here on out, Trli;." The full schedule has not been iod nui yet, Walls said, but li 1 liock Is eiiRuned for a name inm-llnn' in July. The locals pliiy- 'd :il iijiim-s last ynir, losing only I'l'iv iMim'ii In as ninny lllt.s with Mill,, li.vk, winning ail games ii!.-! Mum. of (he stillest coin- id liimi i n Northeast Arkansas Juii- or I ivioi, learns. 1-iM year's oulslniullng pi'rfor- lllilllri' ,LlllU'd ,1 lulllM' Of I 'ri'n, |-i,ii i|. lw ii of the St. rclih.ils | ( , walls which read In pun ]( i s , n y piim io conn. 1 to • vn;i licriiuse of some of tliosu iii: kills you linvK will KUIIIC day vi- ;i i hancc (o make bull play- I'l'.s. 11. you u ve doing a swell Job over ili> ie.. .Your buys did cxa'p- llonallv well In (he Ultlc liork Turn iiniiu'iit con.sStU'rlnu the fact lh;ii VIM hud fewer hoys from which I" pick. Tlu'y itid a fine Job...am liKikiii,. forward In sct'lni! you during thr minims Ki'uKnn." W:ill>; siiid new scittlnj; nrraiijjc- meni>; ; , n ii H cn>cn would be inslall- cd f.mii. IN TIIK rHANCERV COURT FOR] TIIK <'III('KASA\VKA DISTRICT OF MI.SSISHM'1'1 COUNTY, ARKANSAS, I'KOBATK DIVISION. Ill Iho mutter of (he Hstutc ol Miit- lle Sharp. Deceased. NOTICK OK I'UOHATK OF WH.Ii Notice Is hereby ijlven that, the Last Will and Testament of Mdttle >Sharp, of DlylhcvlUc, Arkansas, was probated in common form by the I'i'ubniu Court of Mississippi Coun- ly, on Iho Sth day of September, 1045. An apiwal from such probate can be ull'ccleil only by riling a peti- llmi, sditlnit Eho grounds of such appeal, with this court within six months from the- date of this notice. Witness my hand and seal this 7 ilny of March, 194«. T. W. 1'OTTKH, Clerk By Klly.nbelh Blythe. D. O. 1. W. Durham Attorney for Executor. 319-16-23 ceasc'd. NOTICK <)!• I'ROBATK OF WILI, Notice In hereby given that the Last Will and Testament of Martin Edward StRUdcmnaycr, of Leach- vlllc, Arkansas, was probated lu common form by the Probate Court of Mississippi County, oil the 30lh day of January, 104U. An appeal from such probate can be airected only by llllng a (Million, statlnn (ho grounds of Mich appeal, wllh this court within nix months from lli« date of this notice. Witness my hand and sen! ihls 6 day of March, 1(140. T. W. POTTKH, Cierk lly Hll/.abeth Illytbe,, D C O. W. Uiirlmni, Attorney for Executrix. Amellta dalll-Curcl, •atiira soprunu, Is a 'oca list. fam«4 colo- FOR SALE Concrete Culvert Tile Sizes 12 in. to 36 in. A. H. Webb Hwy. 01 at Slate Line Phone: lilythcville 714 319-10-23 ^ Gatlin To Hold Conference At Wilson Sunday The Rev. J. Albert Qatlin, district superintendent of the Jonesboro District Methodist Church, will conduct an area quarterly conference for South 'Mississippi Countj Sunday afternoon at 2 in the Wilson Methodist Church. The area Is composed of 1575 members and five pastoral charges. The Rev. Mr. Gatlin will hear A^Mts from the several charges in If'he area and each charge will elect' delegates to the Jonesboro District conference, which meets May Ifi in the Methodist Church at Keiser. Churches and pastors are as follows: Dyess and Whitton, the Hev. A. C. Stark; Joiner and Louis Chapel, the Rev. J. W. Moore; Kei- scr and Garden Point, the Rev. Ltnley Vowell; Luxora and Tomato, the Rev. Charles Lewis; Osceola and Victory, the Rev. W. V. Womack, and Wilson, the Rev. E. G. Kaetzel. Luxora Scouts Hear Veteran Tel I Of China LUXORA, Ark., Mar. 16.—After being disbanded for three montlis, sixteen members of the Luxora Boy Scout Troop, No. 35, met Wednesday night with their new Scoutmaster, C. E. bncas and assistant Scoutmaster, W. L. Hanna. They were guests of the Luxora Rotar- ans to hear Joe Rhodes of Oscc- Ark., tell of his trip around the vorld while he was in service. Mr. Rhodes told of the poor conditions he saw while In China ami stated that, though China was sup- | posed to have a Democratic government, it really had no government at all. He gave eacli scout a Chinese five dollar bill. Tommy Stanford seemed especially proud of this gift as nis hobby is collecting foreign money. The scouts began making plans for a trip in June to the Boy Scorn Camp at Hardy, Ark. An overnight hike to the wooks back of the County t'arm was planned for Friday night, .March 22. The time'of meeting was chime-, ed'from Wednesday night to Thursday night. LAWN CHAIRS and PORCH SWINGS Made to Your Order. Order Yours NOW! Ellis (Nick) Nichols Woodworking Shop 308 South First Street ATTENTION!!! Mr. and Mrs. Auto Owner If You Want The Highest Price For Your Car. .. Be Sure And Come To— LANGSTON-WROTEN CO. Authorized BUICK Saks and Service Phone 553 Walnut & Broadway FOR SALE! 20 Bred Duroc Gilts To Farrow Soon H. C. KNAPPENBERGER BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. Refrigeration Service! Courier News VVnnl Ads. COAL E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. Phone 415 We have an Expert Service Man to take care of your Refrigeration and Washing Machine Service; also Electric Motor Service. We also carry a complete stock of New Parts for all makes of Equipment. Work Guaranteed. Reasonable Prices. Tom Little Appliance Co. 105 West Main St, Blythevillo, Ark. For Prompt Service On Animal Vaccination CAM, Dr. W. A. Taylor VKTKUlNAHIAN I Speciiili/c in Trcnting All Forms of Swiinip Vcvoi Dnyliino—Phono '1S<1 Dowdy-Aycock Motor Co Ninlil I'liono—2138 Como Hotel. K. Main St N TIIK ClIANCI-KV COUKT FOB Till-: CHICK \SA\VI1A DISTRICT OK MISSISSII'I'I COUNTY, ARKANSAS, I'JiOHATK DIVISION*. n the Matter of the Kslule of Mur- tln 1-Mwuril Staudcnmiiyor, OK- A Nulur.il All! fur Rheumatism Arthritis Neuritis Don't neglect wlint nniy sc'i'm lo be 11 trivial nolle or pain niul allow u so ilous ailment to develop. Make the pnlatnhle Mountain Valley Mineral Water your "ounce of prevention" against stiffened joints, stubbing nerves or aching muscles. Phone for a case lodny. MOUNTAIN VAIXEY MINERAL WATER From Hot Sprlnii, Ark. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main & IHvlilon. Hlj(h«TUlo, Ark. FOR SALE 300 TONS GOOD ALFALFA HAY 3 Tons D & PL No. 12 $100 per ton 20 Tons D & PL No. 14 $125 per ton All Seeds Cleaned and Ceresan Treated Roseland Gin Co. Roseland, Arkansas NEW BUS SERVICE Sewing Our Customers On Chidcusawba Kentucky, I'ark and North Sixth Streets Leaves Red Top Gin en- route lo Rife Stix Factory by way of Park, Kentucky, I) o u ^ ;i n , Franklin, Alain, Fifth and Chickasawba Streets AM 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:40 8:20 9:00 9:'iO 10:20 11:00 11:40 PM 12:20 ] :00 1 :40 2:20 3:00 3:'10 4:20 5:00 5:40 6:20 7:00 7:40 8:20 <):00 9:40 On return to Red Top CJin leaves Rice Sfix Factory by the way of Chickasawba, iM a i n, Franklin, Dougnn, Kentucky, and Park Streets AM. G:1J5 G:<I5 7:20 8:00 8:40 9:20 10:00 10:40 11:20 12:00 12:40 1:2() 2:00 2:40 3:20 4:00 4 :40 5:20 G:00 6:40 7:20 8:00 8:40 0:20 10:00 LIEN'S SERVICE STATION Phone 920 "Arkansas-Missouri State Line" Sine/air Products ? s SPECIAL AS. Regular ....... 14k Gal. lew Elhyl -------- 16k Gal. ... at ALLEN'S and Save The Difference Protect Your Car with Quality Products Call 801 for Details AVATCH FOR THK NORTH SIDE 1HIS BLYTHEVILLE COACH LINES WASH TUBES The IHcckes' Story BY LESLIE TURNER Radio Service Refrigerator Service f red Lawler Washer & Ironer Service Fhilip Frei Vacuum Cleaners, Pans, Irons and Small Appliances Repaired. Baby jumper swings Baby walkers and strollers Pyrex glassware—household waxes and cleaner—cutlery. Phonograph records nnd accessories. Fans—attic, window, prilc^la!, and table types. T'rfE 9LKKK HAD \ WHEN VALK OPENED tT THW NO REASON TO DOUBT 1 HIDEOUS 6RUTE TRIH> TO EWS€ J THAT JEROMES BODY I UP! OH. IT WAS I' WAS IN THE CASKET UNTIL THEY WERE ALONE WITH IT- AND VALK! THEN THEY TOLD VOU HOW THE *ON VOU WERE £0 PCOOD Of REALLY DtEP, W?. BUEKE... SHOT DOWN Hi A KIDNAPER f BELIEVE ME, CAPTAIN, WE UVEO TO YK...THEV HAD PROOF... WARNED THAT UNLESS WE MID JUtXIEFOR AWHILE. THEY'D REVEAL JEROME'S PI56KACE! COULPWT BEAR THAT...SO HELD THE FUNERAL WITH SEALED CAiKET. WITHSANP BA6S..-THEN KfPT \ttSirOK FROW VOUEHOHE.' ONE NISHT TWO VEARS LATER.- RRD RYDER Two of a Kind Adams Appliance Co., Inc. I. W. Adams, Algi. Successors fo Hardaway Appliance Co., Inc. Phone 2QJ1 206-08 West Main BY FRED HARMAN eOTAKE.11 ._ rouR. HWXTUFFS-' AF1E.R YOU'VE CWTURE.D "1RAPPEK LUKE,I'LL HAVE HOT COFfEE ' —.FORTOU.RED. USErrWBEttTH A «WT ICOKlS* Tl\ WITH TOU.'