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(ARK.) COURIER NEWB \ ^fl'i.'''.'•••• •'.•' • f M A Society, A/euti rnOy WlMon, Society Editor 9 * Phone 461 Activities End I WiA Picnic at Burdette A picnic on the Burdette School concluded tlie weeks ac- of the Methodist Youth. i before thej left Saturday for North Little Rock. Aifer games, a vesper service was. held., at sunset Group singing was led by Bruce Bowman of Kalamo- aoo, JJMich, and the ^erenlng talk was (iglven .by Mlldrfd Young of Plalnview, Tex. oAe' of the- outsanding services given; by caravan members while here'twas the consecration find communion service given Thursday nlghjl when approximately 125 young people were present, 25 of them being from Jonesboro with their couil^elor, Miss Martha Stewart. Miss Betty Baker, 'who '.'urtfler- •wenv an appendectomy 'piu'rsday afternoon at Blytheville Hospital', expeits to . rejoin the caravan In abouf three, weeks. EmUy Damon Honored Wijji Bhthday Party Tq(celebrate Emily Damon's ninth birthday yesterday, her mother, Mrs. Einllj M. Damon, entertained with ' a party (or Emily and 14 of her friends at the Damon ' home on NorOi Second Street. T^e group played games, wilh John Robert Stovall and Sara Bob StiMfell winning, prizis. They were seryjjd refreshments of ;ce cream and,;blrthday cake. An out-of-town guest was Gwendolyn Hutcherson of'Ffipley, Tenn., houseguest of the Da'rflpns. Miss Prances Damon assisted Mrs. Bamon in entertaining. Wlistes' Son is Named TJje son born Tliursday to M^| andif'Mrs.. Ben Mac White at the Baphst Hospital in • Memphis has be etf named Ben Xlac Jr. He ( is •thevj, first child. ?J»s White is the former Miss Jan^ Williams, > j j . . . Swtmming to be Taught /rtjCorutheriviffe, Mo. iWit Cross swimming classes will i 'Friday in Caruthersville, Mo., Brief Encounter toriipiipils 12 J. /E. Brown cbnri-maii, has Sutton years old and up. Jr., Water announced. and \Buck Safety Turner wilybe instructors -and classes will inc^de swimming and life saving _Jesnns. The classes are free and upuA completion, certificates will ba jiwarded to students. Pohtiac, Mich., Pastor Conducting Revival Meet Bits of News If you want Ihc latest in P.iiisiun bathing suit styles, just take n length of pink and whiio printed linen, moke it inlo a wrnp-:iromuJ skirt ant! trim it with :\ Mock of tassels like oltl-fnsbfonwl window shade pulls. This three-piece outfit, with bra and scanty panties to niAtch skirt, was created by Carvcn, Parisian couturier. SfeeJe News Dr. and Mrs. are spending a V. y. McCutchcMi month's vncatton tourlnij the West and In Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Knight rind daughter, Jannie, had as their guests for several days Mr.nnd Mrs. Clyde De-Ford of St. Louis.. Mr. and Mrs. Kit C.rindslaff'.aml family of St. Louis are spendln a few days .with his mother, Mrs. Flossie Bomaf?'-' .'• \ ' . - ' Miss Ellen,'Stvcm's.-of-. Detroit Mich., isc visiting friends In fitecle for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Morion Warier of lie Rev. Herbert Noe of Poo-'.^'""'lue. ,I°w», >™"e been tiacl Mich., is conducting a Sum- "»= pnst week of tliei,. I, inert revival meeting which began jn ° lecl( ;yesterday at St, John's Methodist tdward Collins of Detroit spent ChSch "in St, 'John's community. tlle " ast week ; visiting friends and Tpe Rev. Robert is assisting him. Sjkes, pastor, relatives Slecle. Jtutties Patents of Son u- Mf. and Mrs. Robert J. Jontz of Memphis are the parents of a boy bom Friday at the Methodist Hos- pltjl m Memphis. The child has been named James Murray. Jifrs. Jontz Is the former Miss Betty coleman of Eudora, Ark. ;ir.- Manila News Mr. and .Mrs. Joe Bellinger of SWtmton, Va.. are guests of Mrs. Bo||Snger's sister, Mrs. Bud Jolliff, and other relatives and friends. Mrs. W. E. Lawhorn nnd dau- At The Hospitals Mo. Dell. - ' '" Mrs. Bera Woody, nyess WALLS H'OSPITAL Dismissed: Virginia Moore, Armorel. Miss Norina Chafin. Luxora. Mrs. Annie L. Rialcs, city. Mrs. Louise Walker. Manila Mrs. D. M. Weaver, Stcele, Mo Elmev Lee Taylor, son of Mr. and Mrs, Odie Taylor, hns returned home after visiting his uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Ci. Callow, In Thnxton, Mo, Gwendolyn lluteherson of llipley. Tenn,, Is the guest of Nancy Damon and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil M. Damon, Mrj\ C. L. Tlumions and children, Dunne and Ann, have returned to their home in Haint Peter. Minn., after having been guests here of Mrs. Tlmmons' brothers. Dr. J. M. Wnlls. E. V. Walls and H. C. Walls, and their families Condition of Dr. Willis, who has- been ill for some time. Is much Improved. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wood and niece, Marcla Lou McGregor, spent yesterday In Memphis at the fairgrounds and the MO, Mr. and Mrs. Karl K I,owry and children. Mary Grace, Uob and Ed, have returned from West Helena, where they spent the past week as guests of Mrs. Lowry's 'brother, John B. Gordon, and family. They also were guests of Alvln T. King anil family. Mr. King and Mr. Lowry served in the Scabees together during Ihe war. Dnlton C. Foivlston, student at I University of Arkansas, Payctte- ville, during tho Summer, wns at home over Ihe Fourth weekend, lie and Mrs. Fowlston motored to Memphis Saturday night for SH;mund nomlierg's "The Desert Song" at the MOAT. Mr. and Mrs, James C. White of Concord, N. C., arrived Saturday to be the guests several days of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, E. C. Thompson. Mrs. White Is thc former Miss Kutle Lou Thompson. Miss Dorothy Lnin and Miss Peggy VanWInkle left today to attend the Summer session at Arkansas State College. Jonesboro. They were motored to Jonesboro by Miss VanWinkle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. ViinWinkle. Mr. ami Mrs. Herbert N. Swear- engiMi Jr., of FaycUsville were week-end guests of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Swearengen nnd Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Peterson. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, who is spending the Summer at her home in Newbcrn. Tenn, is in Blythevlll. for a few days us guest of Mr. !\t... Mrs. Marvin Nunn. Miss Turner is supervisor of city elementary schools here. Mi', and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham will leave this afternoon for Little liock In spend a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bogaji nnd family were in Pnducnh, Ky.. over the Fourth weekend lor n Jninlly reunion. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Varncy nnd children, Bill nnd Jeane, have re- I turned to their home in Houston, | Texas, after having been guests of | Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Walls. Mr. Var- jney, engineering officer In the Merchant Marine, has just returned from India. , Mrs. cal Gossett and sons, Cal and Jim. had as their .vcekend guests Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Gossett and daughters, Anne and Laurie, uf Detroit. Mich., and Mr. and Mrs, motcd lo the rank of Sergt. and is In charge of. supplies for the l>2Gth Air Control and Warning detachment, Fort Richardson, Alaska. Cpl. Collier l s the son of R, j Collier. Miss Melon Walker Is In conwav spending a few days as guest of Mr. and Mrs. ShcrrlJ c. Benton and family and Mr. and Mrs. Sherbet Bciiton. Frank Scay, Jr., son of Mr. and I Mrs. Frank O. Seay Is In Memphis I spending a week with his grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. Wilbur Hughes. I Mrs. Chester Uurnhain and sons i Wayne. Billy and Danny, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hazy.el Naylor and family of West Memphis for a wecl- Mrs, J. W. Blytlie of Dewltt arrived yesterday to spend several days us guest of Mrs. E. E. Hardin Margery and Ruth Hale nnd E;i- In Smith left tudiy for Kamp Ki- \rani. Hardy, to spend three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. R, A. Nelson and two children, Ray nnd Mary Gay, nrfd Miss Allycc Nelson smd Gay Garrfgan left Thursday for a two weeks vacation in East Park, Colorado. ' Jo Ann- Trleschmann, Betty riar- ber :ind Robert Crafton are at-, tending the Methodist Assembly' lor Seniors at Hcndrix college', Conway. ' ' <' The Rev. and Mrs. D, B. Bledsoe had as their weekend guests the Rev. Mr. Bledsoii's parents, Thc Rev. and Mrs. J. D. Bledsoe of Arkadelphia. Airport News With the exodus of holiday celebrants (o 'Other parts of this section of the state, air activity at (lie Blylheville Municipal Airport on (lie 4tli Increased only slightly. However, activity Increased yesterday and airport officials reported a "BOOO crowd" at the field. C. G. Redman Jr. celebrated the Fourth by making his first solo flight. Smead Hudman and Homer Connell also soloed last week. Service office well-concealed ol • MONDA, JULY 7, 1947 Pup is Stolen from Girl Unable to Play Because Of Illness; Reward Of fered Another candidate for the title of "tile meanest man la town" made his bid for that dubious honor here yesterday nooti w'.ien an unidentified white man took a- four-weeks- old pup belonging to Betty Jo Jordan, 11-year-old visitor In Bly- tcvllle. Betty Jo, daughter of Mr and Mrs. H. S. Jordan of Memphis, Is unable to run and play like most other 11-year-old girls because ol a heart ailment and the pup, of mixed bird-dog and shepherd ex-traction, was her chief source of Jim, her mother said today. The Jordans are residing at the Clencoe Hotel while Mr. Jordan of (works here. A hot«l porter saw the thief run off with Hie pup, which was in the Jordan's truck parked In front of Ihc hctel .\hile the family wns having dinner. Mr. Jordan said. The theft, along with a description of To Conduct Swim Class CARUTJIERSVILLE, Mo., July 7. --Sam Sulton, Jr., and Buck' Turner will conduct a course of free swimming and lire saving classes at mii- niclpa! pool here,,-starting? I : 'j ; lda« it was announced here''today''-The dimes are for boys 'andjgirls''froin 1g es of 12 and up, and are'-.fre'e to Riivotie In the county. Both Stilton and Turner have completed prescribed courses in instructors' classes, and hold certificates issued by the l^ed. Gross as authorized instructors. The classes will be sponsored by the .Penils The Hooil Plying wjlls are becoming behind a covering of shirt-tail segments nnd occupants of thc office arc eyeing expansion as a possible means of providing space for more. The shirt-tails are symbols the 'long-established custom clipping a portion from the s of a rllfilit student, wiio has completed his first successful solo lllght. They are inscribed with the student's name and date of his solo' and posted us proof to skeptics and Inspiration to novices, A pair ol air-minded honey- mconers landed here last week. •"(Hey iiro .Mr. ai»'. Mrs, James Wdods of, Mexico, Mo., who were en r^ule to Elba, Ala., on an aerial honeymoon in Mr. Wood's Cessna. At Elba. Mr. Woods also ulanned to attend a reunion of Die Army outfit he served with in Europe. CARUTHKRSVrLLE, Mo., July 1. The B'.ythevillc Air Scouts ! —Cant. E. B. Hope of thc 140th In- Squadron has placed an order r «ntry, Missouri National Guard, with the IWar Assets Adminintn- ll!ls announced that pay checks foi the man, has been reported to the police, she said. The pup Is white with brown spots. "I'll Hladly pay a reward to gel Betty Jo's pup back," Mrs. Jordan said. Guardsmen Get Paid County Chapter Red Cross. .sect lion for surplus radio equipment and a Culver PQ-14 to be used for training and -study purposes. The small Culver, a two-place low- Y'ing monoplane, he kcul in non-fjylng status and used for grouild instruction only. The 'equipment is being purchase^ for 'the "Soniulron bv thc Kiwanis Club's 'Boys and Girls Committee. The KIwauinns are co-sponsor of the iSquadron with Hood flying Service. Par the convenience of pilot 1 ! Claiming cross-country tlighls, the North wjll of the ground school of' tiie American \ Classroom in Hangar No, 2 has been covered with sectional chart-s until it • forms a large aerial map (»( the countrv extending from the Gul! to the Great Likes and from Ihe Rockies to the Atlantic. " Dr., J. F. Brownson sold his North American SKJ to Marshall Bora of DDlavan, Wis.. last week. MemVers >of the veterans' flight instruction class were taken up on nii<ht-flying hops after ground school session l^st week. •Transient pilots who landed here during the. past week follow. :-ii Robert: 'Dorris of Huyti, Mo., ,Piper' Cub; - James Merrinian of ^Toncsboro, Piper Cub; Julian Hal! of Paduoili, Cub Cruiser; Clifford Johnson of Batcsville: J. A. Cren- sliaw of Dyersberg, Teim.. Cessna; •Bo'a Alexander of 'Parajiould, Ercoupe: Roy Luker of Louisville, Ky,, Cessna 141). Rotary Installs Officers CARUTtlEnsVfLLE, Mo., July 7. —At the regular meeting of the Rotary Club. Delbert Harper last week took over the presidency from Cecil Book. Harper'Sj first official act was to suggest, a .catfish supper for the' next meeting, .which the membership endorsed. Retiring President nook presented Harper^anit tlle club with new gavel as his final official act. / . . ths first quarter had been received. The checks total slightly more than $'J!il)0, and the highest check for the three months drilling periods wns $108. The lowest rate of drill pay figures out about $1.25 hour, Capt. Hope stated. per Children March to Safety When Movie Catches Fire CAMDEN, N 1 . J., July 7. (UP) — Fifty children, lustily singing "Whej You Wore a Tulip." were :>d t'rom I meant a Camden theater yesterday when '"" r " fire broke out in the projecting booth. Wedding-NoAc;. ed Into a third, setting It on lire ' The pilot, Ensign George E cu" ley, USNH, of Boston, was 'killed Injured were the gunner fjavv Storekeeper Third Class Hu°h i* Ahern, of Boston, and a residen'' of one of the houses, Mrs Mnrv Bachelder. 5 Farmer, Stockman Dies Of Accidental Wounds STEPHENS, Ark., July 7. (UP)James IB. Morgan, fanner, stockman and school i:oard member i was .found dead at his home at noon yesterday. IA discharged shotgun lay on the floor beside him and the charge had entered his chest, A coroner's report said death was inslantanoious from accidejit-il gunshot wounds. Far-away smiles of screen players Virginia Mayo and Michael O'Shea are in contemplation ot their wedding July a i n the Little Church of the. 'Flowers at Glendalc. Calif.—mid a weekend honeymoon before her start on the picture "That's Life." Waders Serenade, Too The rain which flooded Blylhe- I'llle streets last night may have h going for motorists but for ut least three Blytheville boys it 'xas a chance to pull off their shoes, roll up their pants' legs and do some first rate wading. They sang happily as they paraded clown Main street en route home from the movies through water almost to their knees. Pilot Killed, Two Hurt As Plane Hits 3 Houses Coming Events TUESDAY American Legion Auxiliary meet- iiiK for special Business Session at 8:00 p.m. at the Hut. Yarbro Home Demonstration Club meeting with Mrs, Albert/rolling's* worth.- 'M .'i-' ^ 'g '.fJL . jlii, Mrs. Shamihi*.hostess,;f6flVV,i<Wn Bunco Club. , '• : --^-/-'.t.V THURSDAY ,'i Jolly Eight with Mrs. H, f: Coneland as hostess. ':•• Fidelis Sunday School Class First Baptist Church will meet Company, members of the Fore- 7:CU p.m., at the home- of Mrs. R.' men's Association of America, end-J A. Copehind. ' . '• | ed their 47-day strike today without ! winning a single concession they' The children were singing the old melody to a set of film slides at. the matinee performance when the manager, Morris W. CmmiKngs, noticed a red glow on one side of the .screen. He opened four seis o: exit doors at the sides of the theater, then instructed- the children to leave. John Armstrong. 36. ttie operator, left the booth by a door, leading to] QUINCY, Mass., July 7. (UP) the roof, slamming the door closed Navy officials investigated today .hejthc crash of a Helldiver bomb 1 ;! which ripped through two houses yesterday, killing the pilot and injuring two others, shortly after iv took off from nearby Squantuin Naval Air Base. Apparently out of control, the plane knocked the chimney off one d.veiling before it plunged all the way through an adjoining house behind I lames him, until thus coniin-.ng firemen arrived. \tjd Foremen Return ! "After "Losing Strike .... "iDE'l'ROlT, July 7. (UP) — Some of. HJXW) foremen at the Ford Motor ghtVr,-Martha Ana,; are"spending ,.,£"' R ° bm " B ' nyl(x;k """ b ^~ in Hot Spring, and Little Mr. and Mrs. Robert Killlan and children have returned home after a tour of the East. Mr. and Mrs. Paul White plan to ijrcturn home Wednesday from Louisville. Ky., where they have be<sn visiting friends. Macxey joe Ashabranner of Birmingham. Mich., Is spendlnq the.; Summer with . his Brand- mothers, Mrs. Ida Ashalranncr anCJ Mrs. Dora Williams. %s. J. E. Crow of Benton H.ir- Dor, Mich., »nd i.ewey Caraway of ^Washington. D. c., have been guejsts of their mother. Mis » L Ca«.way, and other dclatives arai friends. * ^frs. Elmer Threllceld and daughter. Miss Bobble Jean Tlvrelkeld, an * Mrs.- QUle Mike have re- turtied home from Flint, Mich whfre they spent two weeks visiting relatives. Oapt. Roy Ashabranner hgsgone to Denver. Coio., where he win Vj-. stationed for a two weeks training ' ? r - an< * Mrs. Lester Craln nnd cwjdren of Detroit. Mich, giwsts last week of Mrs. Ressla BLYTIIEVILLE HOSPITAL Admitted: Mrs. Frankie Ashcrnft, Cooler, Mo. • Mrs. Ada Crooni, city. Dismissed: Mrs. O. n. Wave, Qulin, Mre' C V 's' Ar'mstronTanti hnhv I Joh " M " Gosst ' lt «' Memphis". ~ "" | week by""Billy^^ Lynn."soTi" of"j." A" rs. o. .V Annstiont and habj. Mr . null Mrs i !cml!ln Ilo(f nlul i i.ynn, who farms two miles south- Ison, Bill, have returned home af- | tcr spending Hie weekend in Little Rock. Mr. Hoff's niece. Lucy Purvis. returned with them to spend n week. Mr. nnd Mrs. A, R. Welcnkamp and daughter will Iravc today for Hardy lo spend a vacation at Hlo Vlstn.- Mr. nnd Mrs. Earl llnwks nnd children, oonnn Kay and Billy Steve, ol Memphis were weekend Kuest of Mrs. Hawk's sister, Mrs. I Lexlc llnyncs nnd family. Cpl. Walter Collier has been pro- Mrs. O. O. Elklns hostess to' demanded when C. S. C. Club. ' • May 21. ^ 1 t '|Tlie foremen voted 10 to 1 to re- First Cotton Bloom of '47 \^™' to . work al n " lass '""ctinB. Reported at Caruthersville - 'A.'back to work movement last CARUTHB1KSVILLE, Mo., July 7.1 week; when between ISO and 350 —The first cotton bloom reported to foremen returned to their jobs, in- tbis city for the ion cotton crop' fluenced the heavy vote to discon- was brought to Caruthersville last [ tlmie the strike. The company Former Airforce Colonel Lands His Private Plane In Top of a Sturdy Oak BATON ROUGE, La., July 7. (UP) —Hundreds of persons gaped at an airplane lodged in o sturdy oak today. Among them was the pilot of the plane. Devon D. Daggett, Jr., Baton Rouge attorney, landed his new Republic Seabee in the ,lree yesterday, rather than risk a landing on a holiday-jammed street. .It took the Baton.Rouge fire department to get him down. The former AAF Colonel sat in the cockpit of the plane while thon- ITO3PITAL. Memphis BAPTIST Dismissed: W. O. Reeves, city. METHODIST HOSPITAL, Memphis Dismissed: Charles Mofield, Joiner. Mare accidents occur at hiRli-j way-railroad |;rade crossings o'i| Saturday than on any other day! of the week. Slokely nnd other relatives Miss Emily Dean llorslcy. who las been visiting her grandparents Yipsilautl. Mich., has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Haywoo.l Ashnbran- icr and son of Detroit hnve heen guests several days i.f Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ashabrannn-. "tvtui < foY ER . NMENT . HUREA t' . « «nr taaue acid tmtnnt for ivy '. Tfce tmtnnrt ha* been ^ h i. gratle «»d wfe, IVY-DRY - Wrist, pocket and fob 'wfttclies: arc vestovod to b«autj' and usefulness \vith oar •'. fine repair sorvit-o. The finest replacement parts used, a:id prices charged for able :; workmansliip. You get the finished product when we promise it— delays. ) 7 DAY SERVICE Pot O'Bryont JEWELER Main at Second Phone 3231 no MOREFUN fn Your Vocation Travel WITH THIS COMPLETE PRE-VACATION D Ti D for ime-up the engine top performance, I.uhricaic ihc chassis. D Inspect the ir.insmission and different i.)l lubricants. O Change motor oil; inspect oil filler. west of this clty The blooms were first seen by Mr. Lynn and his son June 28, and came Tom a five-acre block of Stoneville 5 cotton, which was planted April 20. rcjectpfi nil de- mnnds and notified the FAA It no longer considered it thc bargaining agent for supervisory employes. Settlement of Ihe strike brought virtually complete industrial peace they quit work > s . ulds wa tched the rescue work. He wns afraid to move for fear of jarring thc plane off its roost, some feet nbovc the ground. He finally slid down a rope tossed to him by the firemen. Daggett said he didn't know what caused thc engine failure. He Ijought the plane last Thursday ami flew it successfully several tinfte before yesterday's mishap. He said he thought the .plane was damaged only slightly. But he would wclcoindtsuggestiuns for getting it down without wrecking it. to Detroit's automobile plants forj the first tmc in nionhs. just below the roof level and crash- July Clearance 10 Discount On All Lamps All Sales Cnsli—All Sales Final THE GIFT SHOP 103 Rnst Main Street itcserve District No. 8 • State No. Kl-I0."v Report nf Condition of The Farmers Bank & Trust Company nf Illythcvilto, Arkansas, ut tl« CIBM; of business June 30, 1947, a State banking Inslil»tiini urpiuized ;1 rul openi(ii>K imdcr tlie liankinff law.< i>f this State and a member of the Federal Reserve Syslepi. Published in accordance wilh :i rail maiie by the State Ifcinkine Aiitluiritles ami liy thc Federal Reserve Bank of this District. ASSETS Cash, ualanccs with other .banks, including reserve balance. and cash items in process of collection $3.'I£)2.-117.1J United Stales Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 3,-iOO,50000 Obligations of States and political subdivisions 64.069.08 Corporate stocks (Including SO.COO.OO stock of Federal Reserve bank! 9,000.00 Loans nnd discounts (including $781.18 overdrafts) 1.5CM9V.a2 Bank premises owned. Including Montgomery Ward Hldg.. $67.500:00. furniture and fixtures $1.01). iLlank premises owned arc subject to no liens not assumed by bank) 07.S01.Ooi Assets of Insiiraiice Depnrciur-nc S9.878.-I8 ' Other assets Insurance Department 1.00 D Test brakes— adjust if ncctieil. Q Inspcci wimlsliiclil wipers, lights and steering. THE PRICE? Probably less than you expect lo pay. SERVICE THt HACt TO STOP HFOM YOU GO SHHELTOH MOTOR CO. 119 West A.ih Thone 4M St. TOTAL ASSETS 8,934,865.51 1,1 All 1 I, I T I F. S Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations fi,55:t,9H.9l Time deposits ot individuals, partnerships, and corporations.. 933.4C0.57 Dciwsit.s of United States Government (Incliidins postal savings) 2S.991.00 Deposits of Stales and political subdivisions 408.959,57 Deposits ol banks 26G,-!05 G8 Other deposll-s (certified and officers' 'checks, etc 1, W 058 00 TOTA1, DEPOSITS $8,382.825.73 Liabilities of Insurance Department 39,813,48 TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including'subordinated obllga- tions shown belowl CAPITA I, 8,422 101 21 M , . Undivided 150.000.00 ••••„' .............................................. 150.000.00 profits ..................... ..................... 2I2.U31.36 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 51216130 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 8.934]805.57 •This bank's capital consists of: common stock with total par value of S150,OOOOD. M KM OK A N I) A A.SSPIS |)l«lccd or assigned to secnrs liabilities and for olher purposes s 125.000.00 i. n. I., n.inlster, Cnshlcr of the above-named bank, hereby certify mat the above statement is true to the best ot my knowledge and belief. R. L. Banister, Cashier i Correct—Attest: B. A. Lynch P. E. Warren „, -, J. L. Cherry, Directors. .State or Arkansas, County of Mississippi ss: Sworn lo and subscribed before me this 5th day of July, 1947. .„ ., E. R. Bryan, Notary Public. (t>eal) My commission expires Mprch ,25. .1931. Watch your Car . . . When the Temperature Soars! Your car nce<la exiierl attention i" hot weather . . . especially if you're taking weekend jaunts to picnic jroniuls or to that "special" fisherman's parntlise. Let us give your car the iMrioclic check it needs— keciv on the right sitle of safety as you keep on the right nitle of the road! SHELTON MOTOR COMPANY 119 W. A»h Phon* 438 Blytheyille Man Enlists Rex Griffin, son of Louis M rir.f- fin of. Rl. I, Blytheville hiis cnllslivl for three years in the Army Air Forces, Staff Serat, no-i C. Sc.:! of the Recruiting station here announced today. .Help nicw distrtM «f MONTHLY. FEMALE COMPIAIMTS Are you troubled by distress of female functional periodic disturbances? Docs tins niiike you suffer from pain, teel so nervous, tlreit— at such times-) Then no try Lytlln E Plnklmm's Vegetable Compound to relieve siich symptoms. I'liikham's tms a grand Bundling ertccb on one of woman's most Important organs! Kirfay Bros, J>iug, Stewacta Ifrug iliug stores everywh»r« Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 pm 4:30 p.m. Last Time Today The Man I Love with Ida I.apina and Robert Alda Paramount News & Selecieil Shorts Continuous Showing Everyday Tuesday WILLMK ELLIOTT VERA RALSTON A R»uMk Firtur* Selected Short Subjects Continaons Showiing Everyday Bo* Office Opens :>t 1:09 p.m. Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Opei» Smniay t:3«; Starts 1:15 ConUnooo* Shows Sat. and Son.. Bargain Night Every Night Kx«p( Saturday No passes h«nnrfd on Sunday M (he Koxy Last Time Today Les Miserables with Freilrir March .THil Charles Laughtim Fnx News * Selected Sh«rt Snlikcl Tuesday anrt Wednesday IKHJBLK FEATURK AIM EWE Born to Speed wtth Johnny Sands A Terry An41n

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