The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 18, 1950 · Page 3
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1950 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FIVE Three Blytheville Masonic Organizations Elect Officers; To Assume Duties in January , A list of officers elected for the* "coming year by Blytheville Masonic lodges were released this morning Secretary Robert E. Blaylock. Altogether 36 new officers and firee directors were named by the city's three Masonic organizations. They will take office In January. New leaders of the three organizations were named as follows; W. C. Coleston, worship/ill master of Chtckasawba Lodge 134 of Free and Accepted Masons; Ed B. Cook, eminent commander 01 Olivet Com- mandery 20 of Knights' Templer «nd George Slilwell, high priest of Blytheville Chapter ,117 of Royal Arch Masons. Other officers elected in the Chickasawba Lodge were c. L, Bennett, senior warden; E. M. Holt, junior warden; Max Logan, treasurer; Robert E. Blaylock, secretary; Maurice Sanders, senior deacon; Earl D»mon, Junior deacon; Marvin Razor, master of ceremonies; W. H. Stovall, Jr., master of ceremonies; Shields Edwards, chaplain; Paul T. King, lyler; L. S. Hosp organist and Max Paries, trustee. Other new officers in Knights Templar are C. S. Dowdy, generalissimo; L. E. Baker, captain of the guard; Maurice Sanders, senior warden; Shields Edwards, junior garden; Foy VI. Crawtorci, prelate; fpland Green, treasurer; Robert E. Blaylock, recorder; Alvin. Hardy, standard bearer; George Stilwell, sword bearer; W. H. SVovall, Jr., warden and William Gentry, sen- tinal. Officers of Blytheville Chapter HI include \v. L. Walker, king; C. S. Dowdy, scribe; Roland . Green, treasurer; Robert E. Blaylock, secretary; Maurice, Sanders, captain host; Shields 'Edwards, principal soldier; W. H. Stovall, Jr., Royal Arch captain; William Gentry, third vail; Claud Alexander, second vail; and Earl Damon, first vail. Three new directors elected by the Masonic Temple Association include Hobert E. Blaylock, Raleigh Sylvester and Ivy w. Crowford. All will serve terms of three years. L. E. Baker and Max Parks are directors who** term* did not ,expire this year. Three Houses Damaged in Sunday Fires One house wa* gutted and tw osiers suffered minor damage In three firea in Blytheville ye«t*r day. The frame home of Ollie King Negro, at 708 South Franklin Stree Jkas gutted at 4:30 a.m. ycstcrda "y a fire caused by an oil stov explosion: Fire Chief Roy Head stated tha the fire spread through the hous rapidly and had made good head way by the time firemen reache the scene. An overheated flue WM blame for the fire which caused approx: mat«!y 1100 damage to the attic o the home of Bessie fvy, Neirro. a 107 EMt Mathis yesterday. Wallpa per around th£ flue became ignite; Chief Head 'aaid, and the fir spread to the attic. Sparks from i flue Ignited woo shinglen on a house at 1901 We, Ash yesterday morning, causln minor damage to the roof. 4 Hurt as Truck, 3 Cars Collide Leachville, Lake City Residents Injured in Crash on Highway 18 Four persons were Injured, none seriously, yesterday in a traffic accident involving a track and three cars on Highway 18 one-half mile we.st of Manila. , Injured were Albert Harrell, 82, of .Leaehville, possible chest injuries;' his wife, 62, chest Injuries and lacerations of lega and face; M«. E. W. Pyland, 31. ol Lake City, lae- eratlom of knee and minor che»t Injuries, and Mrs. R. E. McClelland, 65, Lake City, laceration of knee and chest bruises. Of the four, only M". Harrell remained hospitalized today. She was reported as "doing nicety" by an attendant at Rodman's Clinic in Leachville today. Mrs. Pyland and Mrs. McClelland ere given first aid treatment at Bernard's Hospital in Jonesboro ut were, later released. According to State Trooper Clyde arker. a ton and a half truck driv- i by Miss Mary Ethel Bollinger, 16, Rt. 1. Manila which was travel- g west on the highway, attempted i pass a 1930 model A Ford driven i Mr. Harrell but apparently was orced to cut back into the right and lane to avoid a head-on coition with the oncoming 19M Hud- m driven by E. W. Pyland of Lake ity. •• • ' The right rear dual wheel of the ruck. Officer Barker aald, itruct he left front wheel of the For*, ausing the .Ford to careen Into the ath of the Hudson. Both the Ford nd Hudson were heavily damaged the collision, Trooper Barker aid. Mrs. McClelland, who. U the rather of Mrs. Pyland, was » pa*anger in the Pyland car. No arrest* were made Immediat*- , but Trooper Barker itated that liM Bollinger did not have a driv- r'» license and that charge! gainst her probably will be filed ater, pending further investiga- ion of the accident. Blytheville Shrine Club Plans Yearly Children's Party Approximately 4* children ire expected to attend the BJytheville Shrine Club's annual crippled Children's Christmas party and dinner »t the Shrine Club Wednesday night, E. M. Holt, club president said today, The party Is scheduled for 7 p.m. Wednesday, Mr. Holt stated, and the children will be served turkey with all the trimmings nnd then b« \iresenletl with glds oj toys, nuU, fruit and candy. And, Mr. Holt said, the children will be given • police escort to the party. The children will gather at the Sullivan-Nelson Chevrolet Company for trunsportation to the Shrine Dlub, which Is located at the air Dase and police cars will escort them to the party. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, H Dec. 18. (JTi— (USDA1— Hojs H.OOC barrows and gllti 50 to «5 high than Friday's average; ROWS 50 75 higher; bulk good «nd chol 170-240 Ibs 19.06-25; top 15.25; 24 300 Ibs 11.50-19.00: 140-160 Ibs 17.5 18.75; tew ilD-130 Ibs 18.00-17.2 good nnd choice sows 400 Ibs don 16.00-17.00; few 17.25; heavier sow _}5. 25-16.00; stags 12.00-14.50; boa Ford Tfucks For 19 51 on Display Here Ford trucks for 1S51 went on display here today «t Phillips Motor Co.. fifth and Walnut Streets. Featuring the "5-Star Extra" cab as optional equipment, the 1951 models also have a re-designed grille and enlarged rear windows. Light duty models such «s the F-l have iteerlnr column gearshift. More than 180 models and body styles are available. In the 1951 line of Ford trucks. Exterior restyllng haa been accompanied by engine ImprovemonU. The "i-Star Extra" cab Includes such pawenger-car-atyle features u underrating, roof Insulation, two-tone lull width seat with foam rubber cushion, arm rests, dual sun viiora. cigarette lighter, automatic dome lamp, and chrome windshield •nd window moldinfa. Effort to Speed Donations to Chest Planned Community Chest officials an nounced this morning that an cf fort will be made this week to speed up contributions for (he 1950 drive. Committees and teams are being urged to complete solicitations and turn In their funds as soon as possible. Officials slated that, more funds are needed to sponsor Ihc annual Goodfellow basket project which will be conducted Saturday. A committee has made up n list of needy families to which the baskets will be given at the American Legion hut Salurday. This committee pointed out that families are selected after an Investigation and that families should not seek to register. To date, $17,539 has been contributed to the Chest Drive, nnd officials expressed doubt Ihls morning that' they would reach their goil of. ?26,140. PEPPER i Continued from Page available for homesteadlng. Although 43 when came to Arkansas, Mr. pepper entered the logging business with his wife and son ns assistants. At first, he slaked out a 120-aci-e homestead In the old Walker's Lake area and began clearing the land. The limber couldn't be sold at Ihat time because the title to this Janet was not clear. A series or suits and appeals In an effort to clear this title finally settled the Issue and he picked out n 160-acre tract on which to settle ami begin his logging operations. The Peppers' first home In Mississippi County was a tent pitched some. 30 yards from the site o Hiclr present homt. His brother in-law moved a poriable snwinll from Cooler and they sold logs l< the larger mills at Blytheville, Ar morel and Tyler, Mo. Built First I.arse Mill In '^^ Mr. Pepper built his first Urge awmill In 1012. This building sllll slands today and is used as a slock barn. The water trough by his barn was made from the boiler used In 'hat mill. Their first home was constructed few yards cast of the present ouje and was made from clap- aid sawed in the pepper mill. This house burned later, however, and forced the Peppers to move into a small shop back of the mill and a barn. The outbreak of World War I and the United States entry In the hostilities l» ISlfi made II Impos slble for Mr. Pepper to ship his logs because of curtailed river transportation. He then began manufacturing finished lumber. Of the 16 residences nnd five barns on the I'cpper farm, all but one were constructed of lumber finish- In this mill. Switched to Asrlcutture After the land in that area became cleared and drainage ditchos i were due. cotton began to make Its] ! bid for prominence. Mr, Pepper' switched from lumber to HRricul- .ure about 2ft years ago when the timber began thinning out. They built their present home in 1916. Mr. Pepper retired several years SRO and uimrd over operation of the large farm to his son Stan- Ion.' During the part of his llfclime that he spent In Illinois, Mr. Pepper acquired n» Interest In corn. What began as a hobby evolved Into n work that made him widely-known among corn-growers. His experiments In selecting and breeding corn varieties resulted In what is regarded by fnrmcrs as a Rood strain of while corn. Mr. and Mrs. Pepper made yearly visits to experiment stations in the corn belt and la nprcmaiuists at the University of Illinois. In addition u> work In the curing of seed. Mr, Pepper maintained soil-testing laboraior. He was one of the first phntr-s In Mississippi Counly to test snll. other growers to lest, their soil, bu*, also first produced the later-verl- ied conclusion that nitrogen was he element that heeded to be added ,o Mississippi County soil to produce better cotton. The Pepper farm Is the only en« n North Mississippi County on which the land has been tiled. Mr. Pepper made his own tile during the depression years of the early 30's, when It was installed. Mr. and Mrs. Pepper celebrated their eoth wedding anniversary thla summer. Hearing on Charge Of Rape h Continued Preliminary hearing for Clyde Malone, Negro, on a charge o[ r»p« . was continued until Dec. J3 In Municipal Court this morning. : Malone was arrested and charged with rape on a complaint filed by a Negro woman. in other action, Charles oray . forfeited a $45,25 cash bond on » charge of driving while under th« These lests not only Influenced Influence of liquor. PACT (Conlinued from page 1) Ihe eve of the meeting that the Atlantic Pact leaders were ready to find a tough solution for it. French Fear Germans . The French, who fear a resurgence of German military strength almost as much as they do the Soviet Union, were said to be plumping for a tentative, delaying solution at Brussels—shelving the thorny business of German rearmament until alter a big four meeting with Russia expected soon. The defense and foreign ministers were scheduled to meet together at 7:30 a.m. EST In the stately palace of the brabant porvincial government. LAST-MINUTE SUGGESTIONS FROM WOODS DRUG STORE Obituaries Negro Deaths "A Nice Gift- For i Lady TUSSY SNOWMAN Hand Lotion COTTON Continued from Page I 4W.43G bales, Overall figures for the entire -wa- in will be released about March, Mr Golden stated this morning. They ^Are expecfed to show the lowest production in the state In «v- eral year.-;. Bad weather was given is th« cause Tor thts. Production of th« 19 counties checked by the Jonesboro office M compared to last year l.t as follows: County 19M1-5I 1949-M Crop Clay 1«,GO* Craighead S0.418 Crlttenden 81,81ft Cross 29,217 Rites Conducted For R. N. McLeod Services for Richard Newton McLeod, retired farmer and carpenter who died early yesterday morning at Memphis Baptist HospiUl, were to be conducte dat 2:3o pjn. today at the Calvary Baptist Church. Burial was in ElmwcxxS Cemetery. Mr. McLeod, who lived at 901 Clark, had been 111 »bout two year: He was 87. He was born in Rlpley, Tenn., and after hla parent* died when ha waa very young, he came to Blythevlllt to live with his uncle, the late Richard Hathcock. Mr. McLeod w« • member of the Calvary Baptist Church. - - - f ' {- .'- -, Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Dessie McLeod; and three daughters, Mrs. J. W. Rodery. Mrs. J. D. Hart and Mrs. J. W. Raspberry, all of Blytheville; a son, Robert McLeod of Fresno, Calif.; * sister, Mrs. John Vajtblnder; and a brother, K. M. McLeod, both of Tallulah. La. Cobb Funeral Home wa.i In chirfe. Rifei Are Conducted For Mitchell Ware, Jr. Services for Mitchell Ware, Jr., M-year-o!d Blytheville. Negro who died at his home, at the rear of 500 Chlekaaawba. Saturday, were conducted at 11 a.m. today at the Home Funeral Home chapel. Durial was In Sandy Ridge Cemetery. Survivors include his wife, Ear- neatlnc Ware; his parents; Mitchell, Sr,, and Goldta Ware; and a brother. Cleve Ware, all of Blytheville. Crop Green . .' U,13« Independence 1,655 Izard . ISO Jackson W.060 Lawrence 9.761 Lee 41.JM Mladaalppl 12J.7U Monroe 52,718 Phillip* Polnsett . Randolph . St. Francis Sharp . .. White . .. Woodruff . 48,038 8T.778 «,680 M.«97 fiO* 10.181 24.1M 100.013 111.14* 4S.2M M.1S7 7,380 3,207 43,189 21.443 52,25* 145,917 34.431 M.38-7 104 .300 lt.4«2 78.34S J.M7 11,116 31.S38 THEATRE OSCEOIA YOUR FRIFNDIY THEATRE RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. 4000; calves 800; openl: active all classes with steers, hei er.s and cows 25 to 50 higher; bu firm: veslers 1.00 higher; sever loads and lots medium and good steers 29.25-32.00; one small lot high good and choice yearling 34,00; medium and good heifers and mixed yearlings 28.50-32.00: common and medium co\vs 19.75-21.50: good cows 22.00-23.00; canners «nd cutlers 16.00-19.50. Chancery Court Held in Osceola The regular -December term of Chancery Court vis conducted this morning «t the court house In Osceola with Chancellor C. M. Buck presiding. Tills will complete Chancellor Buck's duties as he will be «uo ceeded by Leon Smith after Jan. 1. Mr. Smith was elected chancellor lor this district In the summer's primaries. Monday & Tuesday | "Preducw mod* Panora Last Time* Today "THE Sundowners' 7 Robert Prp»lon — Chill Wills Robtrt Sterling John Burymore, Jr. THEATRE 2019 West Main Op«D Weekday 6:15 Show Start* 1:00 gaturdaya & Sundays 1:00 Always a Double Feature v 5 Give Your Windows A Festive Air with NYLON CURTAINS Tailored or Ruffled 10% REDUCTIONS ON NYLONSI William Ben4U RMPT Ctrmlchwl Warner New* & Shorti Lost Times Tonight TAILORED PANELS M Inches Lflny Pair RUFFLE CURTAINS . SINGLE WINDOW • M InchM Lour . Pair Air Conditioned By Refrigeration NEW "Your Co mm unit; Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. A Sun. Ph. U Last Orzandr Cnrtalnt In P»itf)i and Dark Shad». Mint PrfeM LINEN & CURTAIN SHOP | 108 First Street, Sout? Dial 815 irtiei Today "Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye" . . 70Ctt» r«YUN ' kWCfit • Hf Ufti • loc Fowl • i'<l 0 H ' 'Sing Sing Nights' JaroM B. Pijton Tuesday "When You're Conway Tearle Cartoon tf Hardle Albrl;h Latest News & Wednesday Warner Baxter rr J. 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MEH/S SET Aqua Vdra, talcum and »have ervam BEAUTIFUL METAL COMPACTS A lant* selection ef detlfns and shapei... >M 1 s " osa BOBBI PII-CIRL ••ME PERMAIEIT WAVE KIT KUrt it • new »nd simple way to b««utlfy your hair. Com- 4 25 pkt« with M Bobby Pins. L Double-deck, all plastic Canasta Cards - $5.75 n«wwin««««*!i.xxi(icK*'C*« l «f« | v( | ( < ( | < l < > ( I <ic : «*«a •A game the Kids Enjoy Monopoly • • $2.50 WOODS DRUG STORE '3 5 ° , 0 >7 Sportsman SHAVING LOTION $1.50 Soft, pretty STUFFED ANIMALS $1.98 Your boy's Wrist Watch HOPALONG CASSIDY $6.95 Christmas WRAPPING SUPPLIES and ORNAMENTS DHONE so? BLYTHEVILLE ARK

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