The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 23, 1946 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 23, 1946
Page 3
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SATURDAY, 'MARCH 23, 10.10 m.YTIlEVIU-E (AUK.) COURIER NK\YS PAGE THREE Arkansas Group To Go On Tour ; Will Inspect Georgia ^, Marketing Facilities ff Sponsored By State < LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Mnrcli 23. (UP)—A group of Arkansas men fclll leave Sunday for a week's tour and study of the slate-sponsored marketing facilities lu Georgia. '-, Their object, Hcndrix Lackey, executive director of (lie Resources 4nd Development Commission, said (oday, is to determine whether or not the plan Is n success and if so Whether It can be adapted to Arkansas' needs. ; Lackey explained that the mar- Ijetlnst facilities set up In Allanta Cost about $1.000.000 when they were built. However, he pointed out that Cental charges and other income already has paid the cost of operation plus $200,000 of the original c.ost. f Men making the trip are Joe pardin, Waldo Frasler am! Glenn' Wallace, representing the Arkansas Farm Bureau Federation; Aubrev Qates, Earl Allen and Clifford Alston, representing the University r,f Arkansas Extension Service: Ross Ilauncy, rural development director Ol the Arkansas Power and Light Company; Frank Cantrcll, manager o.f the economic council of the Ar- Ifansas State Chamber of Commerce; Hendrlx Lackey; L. C. Bauer of the Arkansas Chain store Council; Stanley Carpenter, Pulaski county extension'agent; U. S. Floyd of Malvern and Milliard Jackson of t)ie Bureau of Research of the Unl- o[ Arkansas. nmromplii TLLWIGGLE, m SC I Bits'of News*! t Mostly, Personal , Champ Woodcutter at 70 • PARMINGTON, N. H. <UP.--~ •John Paulson is 70 years old, bul he still is spry enough to beat a lot of younger men at cutting wood. Paulson recently won a 42- Ifich pulp saw offered by the Maple P/rodUcers' Assn. to the wood cut- t't rwho could cut the greatest number of cords in the Improvement of his orchard. Miss Shirley Barhain arrived today from Fullon, Mo., where she is H freshman at William Wood College, to spend a week's vacation with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Barhain. While here she will go to Memphis to spend two days with her father, Bruce Barham. Mrs. w. A. Edwards returned yesterday from Memphis, where shc underwent a major operation three weeks ago at the Methodist Hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Stephens have returned from Pine Bluff, where they went because of the death of a, niece, Mrs. Clara Mac Stephens Maycock. The daughter of Mr. Stephens' brother. Henry Lee Stephens, she died last Saturday following a major operation at a Pine Bluff hospital. Dr. James Jackson Webb, son of Dr. and Mrs. Floyd Webb, has returned from Gorges Hospital, Ancon, Canal Zone. He has been placed on inactive duty by the Navy and will temporarily be associated with his father here. Miss Mary Glennn Rowland ar- nve<| today from Comvay, where shc i s a student at Central Col- lege, for the wedding Monday of her sister. Miss Sarah Prances Rowland, to the Ilev, O. C. Hicks of Luxorn. Th c bride-to-be met her sister in Memphis. W. F. McDanlel lias gone to Baltimore, Md., where he will undergo treatment a week at John Hopkins Hospital. Master Scrgt. and Mrs. Turner J. Daze-more have gone lo Memphis, where he will be stationed, after spending n few days here with her mother, Mv.s. Elizabeth Chism, and other relatives and friends. Sergeant Bazemorc hns been stationed id Fort Dix, Trenton. N. J. Mrs. • H. E. Smith returned yes- .crday from Jonesboro. where shc las been the past several days as guest of a friend, Miss Mary Kalh- eriii c Recce. Mrs. Harold Thompson, Mrs. Harold Thompson Jr., her son. Michael, and Mrs. Lucy Tliomp- >ave returned from Cocon.'Fln., where they spent the past week They were accompanied home b> Mr. and Mrs. John B. Walker, who had been there the p.isl four weeks as guest of their son, William Lee Walker, commissioned chief steward, USN. and Mrs. Walker. Chief Steward Walker is stationed there Clyde Geroiic Perry arrived holm Thursday. Discharged from the Army, he has served a year overseas with the 1035111 Engineers Battalion on le Shlma and Okinawa with rank of sergeant, He is the son of Mrs. Clara Perry. Blande O. Perry of Little Rock has arrived to spend several days Luxora Socfefy—Personal YOUNG MATRONS CLUB MEKTS Mrs. R. W. Whltmo.e was hostess o the two table Young Matrons Irtdge Club Tuesduy night. Mrs. llcluml Reviers of Riplcy, Tcnn,, was a tnicst and played wllh the ncmbers. Mrs. John Ford had high score ami Mrs. J. f\ Bowen, second ugh. The hoslcss served a dessert plate Mrs. Joe Powell has returned from a month's slay In Hot Springs, Ark Shc was uccom|>.inii.d home by hci daughter, Mrs. Dean McClurkln o Nashville, Tenn., who rcnmincd foi i< visit of several days. Mr, and Mrs. Elina Hall. Mr. an< Mrs. John Ford of Luxora and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie B. David of Blythe- vlllc spent the weekend in Hot Springs. Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Hall remained In Hot Springs for this week. Mrs. Waller Dcnlon had as her guest this week her .skier. Mrs. Charlie Scoll. Mrs. Hay Graham and D e mi scot Fair -eaders Named 3y Legion Post Luxora Members Elect New Officers LUXOUA, Ark., Mnrcli 23.- I.uxura notary Club cleclcd following officers »t the rogulin meeting, Thursday nluhl: president Joo Powell; vice-president, H. 1 Houck; 6cri;i'nnl-iU-at'n.s, Abo Live null; secretary, Tom Cullls, Hays Sullivan mid R. W. Nicl.uh were elected as delegates lo go It Rotary Inlci national Coiivciillon, Ii Atlantic City, N. J. Guests were Welby Young and Mike 1/ogim ol Osceolu. atliiR tlie grounds of such appeal, Ith (his court within six months om tho dale of this notice. Witness my hand and seal this $ ii y of Mnrcli, 1046. T. W. POTTER, Clerk lly Kltabcth Dlylhc,, D. C. O, W. Uarlnnn, Attorney for Executrix. 3:0-10-23 Al wllh his mother, Mrs. Cli.ra Perry, and to be with his brother, Clyde Gciomc Perry, recently returned from foreign service. Mr. Perry an operator of KLRA, Little Rock radio station. i meeting ot the Curullii'rs- Mo.. American l.c>:lon post Monday, Harry Miillo.iro of Caruth crsville atxl Jack Dowdy of Steel ric rcelectcd as mombci's ol the ^Klou Fair Association dlreolors. Other mcinlHM's chosen were R C. Mulllnlks, J. R. llulchlson Jumps M. Reeves, James T. Ahcrn iind Harry purrnr. I'lans were completed for tho Legion's Kasler dance at the Ar- niory. which Is being arranged by a committee comprising Felix Kyle, cliairmnn. "Speck" Essni'y and Dr. Ualy. Dcwcy Randolph, membership chji.nnan. reported lhal the loi:al post has attained an all-lime high membership, wllh a total of 502. Only one post In Southeast Missouri now exceeds the PciuUscot county post, a stx,krsman reports, being poplar lllufl, and he believes its lead ol 12 will shortly be ovcr- lnV.en. James M. Reeves, lately returned from Washington where he attend a meeting ol the nallona legislative committee o[ the American Legion, spoke briefly. IN TIIK (.IIANUKUV COURT KOI TIIK CIMCKASAWHA 1IISTH1C1 OF MISSISSIPPI CODNTV, AK KANSAS, PKOHA'I'K DIVISION In the Multei' of Ihu Estate of Mai tin Edward Slauilennmycr, IX censed. NOTICE OF TKOBATK OF Wll. Notice Is hereby given that 11 Last Will and Testament of Marll Kdward Staudeniuayci-, or I/eaeli- vlUn, Arkunsiis. was probated in common form by the I'robulo Court of Mississippi Comity, on the 30lh cluy of January, llMB. An api>eal from such probate can bo alleetcd only by lllhiB a petition, LO3 ANCIKI.RS (in 1 .) —Old-fash- oneil sciuare dnnces and l.ome- pun music arc more popular than nodern jive and swing on playgrounds here, the city recreation Icpnrtmcnt re|>orlcd today. FQR SALE Concrete Culvert Tife Sixes 12 in. to 36 in. A. H. Webb Hwy. 61 at SUte Line Phone: Blytheville 714 daughter, Miss Olivia, of Memphis. R. C. Liuisston and daughters, Miss Blllic nnd Saruh, wcvc In Memphis Monday. v !«: :«: ;+; :t; >• >i •*; >. f 1 r * Insure Now : . . through W. J. Pollard Gloncoe Hotel Bldg. Telephone 8545 * OUR FRIENDS IN OSCEOLAond VICINITY . . . Will he interested in knowing that we have re-opened our I'aint and Body Shop in the new addition to our building. We are equipped to work on all makes of cars . . . and tlie work will be dune under (he supervision of WAI/l'KH GAHWOO1), a factory trained expert. Louis George Motor Company Htid Plymouth Sales and Service Your Allls Chalmers Dealer OSCKOLA, ARK. POULTRY WANTED! Mr. Davis is connected with the country's poultry buyers and offers highest prices at times. FRIDAY and SATURDAY PRICES— Hens — 23c Cox — 16c HKINU YOUIl POULTRY TO US. 1711 West Vine St. Blytheville ' all Prices Hukject lo Without Notice :»: » >' Notice of Change of Ownership NU-WA Laundry—Cleaners Now Under New Management Radio Service "Pit" Ancrt Refrigerator Service Fred Lawler Washer, Ironer and Gas Engine Service Philip Frol Vacuum Oleuncrs, Falls, Irons and Small Appliances Ilc- IJaby Strollers — Jumper Swings I're.slo 4 Quart Cookers Premium Vacuum Cleaners Phonograph Kecords and Accetisories Fans—attic, window, ped- c.stal, and table types.. Adams Appliance Co., Inc. J. W. Adam*, MIT. Successor.! to Hordowoy Appliance Co., Inc. Phone 2071 206-08 West Main I S. E. Webb, long connectedwith the cleaning business in BlytheviMe, and J. M. (Mac) Williams, have purchased the interests of J. G. (Bob) Barnes in the NU-WA LAUNQRY-CLEANERS. They now join with O. E. (Dutch) QUELLMALZ in the management. It will be the constant aim of the new management to perfect the methods of this Cleaning Institution to the highest degree—and assure you the very bestjn modern,, sanitary cleaning service. NILWA LAUNDRY-CLEANERS ™ ^^ ^^^^ ^™ ^* ^ ^^ ?1R nnA ^9A kl«.kU C-.^—J Cju Dl \x-i-Ljr-wil i c Lnir Our Routeman Will Stop for Your Bundle WANTED f Two Colored families lo m:ike sharccrop. Good's. Good land. Good K<|ui|)ihcnt. : . : i, H. C. KNAPPENBERGER BLYTHEVILLE, ARk. , V Radio Sales & Service Felix A. Carney 138 East. Main Phone 361« Hale* - rhiUipn Rablnwn Bcrrie* - Felix CuMf Business Opportunity! Uuc to the fact thai we have no one to manage our Appliance Store we offer to sell the business and lease the building—or will sell an interest in it to person that is capable of managing and operating it. TOM LITTLE REALTY CO. Phone 861 and North Second St. BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. D. & P. L. No. 14 Planting Seed Cleaned, Delinked, Ceresan Treated. Germination 80 to 90 per cent. Also LAREDO SOY BEANS ' 90% Germination T , Lloyd Stickmon Phone 3210 FARMS FOR RENT One 380 acre firm, one 3M acre farm, *ne 22t MTC turn, MM 97 acre farm, one 15 acre farm, mud MM 45 MM farB, »• well Improved, with tlectricfty. . *-M We also want 25 SHARE CHOP FAMILIES Will ccmpleUlj Mt .p and Unaac*, t» turn, m bM W lartt duaUiek, . -'•; .-. « Bee E. B. Gee Cotton C», Mantwi, M«, wert •!, TelUttiaf),***

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