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MONDAY, OCTOBER 81, 1949 Missco Births Are Recorded Vital Statistics Bureau for State Lists More Than SO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS A list of CARUTHERSVILLE NEWS By Joan Douglasa with more than 50 births rpc i 1 '". Ccunty ' which were ' the ai regls cred last month by the State .pledge to the flag « ««h Department's Bureau of Vi- Mrs. jack Taylo , program eb.lr- PTA Menbrr Mtrt The P.T.A. met Friday afternoon, Oct. at ill the basement of the Methodist Church with 151 members present. Mrs. Thomas Markey, president presided. The meeting was opened the group singing, "America eat Inn the tal Statistics, was announced today by Dan D. Si-pheiis. director for the bureau in Little Rock. Names on the list include: James and Lois Qrlssom, Hayll, Mo., boy, Jerry Daniel; Basil and La vest a Bowman, usceola, boy, Barry Wane; Hurtls and Hazel Strawbridge. Blytlieville, boy. Mi- dine! Eugene; naeburn A. and Mary Prltchard. Blytheville. boy. ^nomas Ray; James and Doris .^•rber. stcele, Mo., girl, Brenda ""I; Robert and Mnry Knipplc, Blythei'ille, girl, penny Lynn. Raymond and Mary Taylor, Blytheville, boy, David Ray; Rayon and Elvla Ledbetter, Blytheville. girl. Kalhy Lenettc; James and Lavada Enis. Wilson, girl. Earline; Sumpter and Vivian cockrcll, Os- r"- 1 ". ghl, ciicral Dlann; John and Naomi Carson, Tomato, boy, James Gordon; Denny and Gen man, Introduced the speaker, Charles E. Watson. Mr. Watson presented a talk on "Meeting Our Children's Safety Needs." Mia. Taylor announced that Mis. Ida Huff of Memphis, Tenn,, a director of a girl's club, will be principal speaker at the evening meeting to be held Nov. 18. During the busme.s session, reports from the various committee chairman were heard and Mrs. Funk gave a brief account of tlie October convention which she attended. Miss Garnett Hall and Mrs, Edna Nelson, teachers of intermediate and primary classe.s, received the attendance awards. Homemakfrs Club His Mcelinj Mrs. H. H. Plgmon entertained the members of the Homernakers Extension club at her home Tues- Uonday afternoon at the home of Irs. Ralph Entils with eight members and one guest, Mrs. E. J. Boep- Je. present. ' High score was won by Mrs. Albert Walker and Mrs. .Mildred Hooker won rooko. Mrs .Walker re- eivcd linen handkerchiefs and Mrs. Hooker received little figurines. Guest prize, plastic greeting cards, 'as presented to Mrs. Boepple. pie leve Brannon, Etcwah, boy. Dennis day afternoon. Seventeen members Wayne. and one guest, Mrs. McCutchcn of James and Evma Brooks. Bassclt, \ Wheally. Ark., attended. Pirl. Martha Kay; Walter andi Mrs. Qiishani presided in the Ollie Williams. Manila, girl. Gearl- j absence of the president, Mrs. C. A. dine; J. D and Elva Skaggs, Man- ; Robertson. The group sang the ita. girl. Mary Ann; William and "Song of Peace" and repeated in Mrs. Ennts served pumpkin rid coffee. I»cals Several Carnthersville people pent Tuesday evening in Sikeston, Mo., at the annual meeting of Southeast MisouiTs Boy Scout Jouncil. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hudgens, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carmean, Mr. and Mrs. F. Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. lamby, Mr. and Mrs. Donald • McGee, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Moody, Timothy Vickers, and Mr. L. M. Cromer. Dean Vick, A, V. Downing, Albert Cravens, Arthur F. Wagner, and R. H. Pickle were in Poplar Bluff Wed- lesday on bu.sincs. Miss Peggy Robertson spent Tuesday in Memphis, Tenn. Dr. and Mrs. D. D. Pinion, Mrs. II. H. Pigmon, and Mrs. Zula Folks :pent the weekend in Hot Springs, \rk., going to attend a funeral of June Burnett, Lake City, boy, Scot- lie Lee; J. c. and Rubble Scrivner, Blytheville. boy. Robert Clois; ' Thelder and Helen .'Cillery, Roseland, boy, Donald Wayne. Tib and Eler Stevens. Manila. Bill. Kalheiine.Laveta; A. C. and Lethe Sparks, Joiner, boy. Thomas Harold; Archie' and Nancy Waldron, Joiner, boy. Michael Wayne: Elmer and Milrtled Bollinser. Manila. Rirl. Carolyn Sue; Eleck and Guanita Brady, Manila, boy. Roy Wayne; Rilly and Vondee Walker. Blytheville. 'boy Jackie Levaughn; George and Francis Bass. Manila, girl, Wanda Levallshn; Ralph and Flsie Giles. Manila, boy, Sanders. unison the club collect. Roll call was answered by each member repeating an idea for a booth for "Achievement Day." It was decided lo have a b:ok- mobile in the booth. A committee was appointed to build the booth. Chairman is Mrs. Zula Folks and members are Mrs. Dycus, Miss Nora ant! Mrs. Willis Davis. The hostess served refreshments of coffee, Russian tea and cookies. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Willis Davis. T.E.O. Chapters Meet _ . Chapter DM of the P.E.O. met Rickie Monday evening at the home of Mrs. ! George Roland. Miss Jacqueline Ro- Loyd and Glenda Lester^ Holland,! land was co-hostess. *Io.. boy, Danny DcWavne; Tex Mrs. Noah Hawkins was in charge Jfriid Sue Taylor, Steele, Mo., girl,! of the program, which was on "New Nancy Lou; Lowell and Vera Me-, Voices in Literature." Williams. Hornersville. Mo., girl. Vera Knthryn; Thomas and Melba Davis, Holland, Mo., clrl,. Lydia Victoria: Leon and Ruby Davis, Blytheville. girl, Jenny Mirle; Finest and Bernlce Cole, Blytheville, boy. Ernest Glen. Refreshments of opened - faced sandwiches, individual cakes and punch were served to the 22 members present. The dining table centerpiece, was in Halloween color and the Halloween motif was car- James and May Butler, Blvthe- ncd throughout the rooms, ville. boy, Jerry Lynn- Harlen and Sixteen members of Chapter G Frances Summers. Caruthersvillc ° r lhe p - E - °- were entertaim GV Frances" Summers. CaruthersvilTe ol lhe p - E - °- were entertained Mo., girl. Shirley Jean; Victor and Monday evening, in the home of Sarah Fletcher. Osceoia, boy, Crad Mrs ' Leriore Muir. La von; Carl and Elizabeth Ward, Kciser, twins, bny k girl; unnamed; coy and Euna Hicks. Manila, girl, .Betty Odean; Charles and Mrs. Muir and Mrs. Floyd Barn hart presented the program, a film on "Missouri in Autumn." --_ , „ ^., „.„. , The hostess served opcn-faceci Emma Miller, Arbyrd, boy, Charles sandwiches, orange pudding and Lynn. Gerald and Julia hoy. Jimmv Darrell Still, Manlia, Thomas and Mertee Hodge, Manila, boy, Thomas Leonard M.; Hyman and Avle Jenkins. Joiner, girl Carolyn Sue: Clarence and Virginia Madison, Manila, girl, Anna Mae; John and Elsie Stranger, Joiner, girl, Elsie Eilamay; Windell and Minnie Johnson, Osceoia, boy, Darrell Eugene. Sammy and Syble Henderson, West Ridge, girl. Rose Mary; Lloyd and Paye Horner, Manila, girl, Karen Genetic; Porton and Edna Manila, girl, Cathy Ann; Vera Thompson, West Florence Faye; Lynn Russian tea. Parly for Sunday School Class Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cunning' • ham entertained '20 young people of Mr. Cunningham's Sunday Schoo class Thursday evening at thcii home. An informal evening was spen dancing and playing games. Refreshments of sandwiches pickles ' and drinks were served. Has Sunday School Party The 13-year-old's Baptist Sun« •'"-.! . Jnnie and Ridge, girl, --.,-, and Estell Moyer, Manila, boy, Den- .... ,......, „ ...„ „. nis Ray; Eugene and Margie Kel- girls whose birthdays took place Manila, boy. Carl Eugene; Virgie and Humon Middleton, Manila, boy, Robert James; Cresencio and Neola Lonieli, Osceoia, girl, Rosa. MoPae Asks Authority To Pay Bondholders Mrs. Myrtle Kill anc> Mr. and Mrs. •Yed Hitt of Cape Girardcau, Mo., •isited Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Walls ind Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hill Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Walker and son, Billy, spent Sunday in Mem-' ' . Tenn.. wth.thetr daughter, Jean Ann, and other relatives. Miss Helen Coker, a student at Southwestern in Memphis, Tenn., spent, the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Francilia Coker. and her si;ler, Miss Jaqucline Coker. Mr. and Mr. John Wilks of Fort Worth, Texas and Mr. and Mrs. Zimmer of Cape Girarclcan, are visiting Mrs. Wilts' and Mrs. Zirn- uer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1.. P. Lumsden. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Westbrooks. of Wilson. Ark., spent Sunday visiting n the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Vick and oilier relatives. Mrs. Joe Bartholomew and children visilcd her parcnls, Mr. and Mr.s. Earl Graham of Blytheville, last weekend. Mrs. Doris Downing and daugh- .er, Nadine, drove to Memphis Friday, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Robertson and daughter, Peggy, spent Saturday in Cape Girardcau. Mo., visiting little Sandra Robertson, who is patient in the hospital. Misses Ellis Hayden and Barbara Shaw, both students at State Teachers College in Cape Girardeau, Mo., ipcnt the weekend with their respective parents. Tommy Mathenia of Blythevtllc is a guest in the home of his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bartholomew, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Sigler Carey are spending the week in Boston. Mass., where they are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hutchison. Mrs. Hutchison Is the former Miss Elizabeth Carey of Carutlieisville. Mrs. Paul Bookout, Mrs. W. o. Clevidence, and Eloise Perry spent Friday in Memphis, Tenn, shop- Plug. Mrs. Coy Lelncr, a. patient at St Mary Hospital in St. I.ouls, Mo., recently underwent surgery there. Her parents, Judge and Mrs, M. R. Rowland, relumed Sunday from a few days visit with her. Mrs. Ben White of Blylheville visited her sister, Mrs. John Pinion this week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Douglass and son, Don, drove to Memphis, Tenn., Thursday, on business. Mrs. Ralph Vick of Dcerins, Mo., was In Cai'Ulhersville Saturday shopping. Miss Shirley Ainsworlh, n student at a business school In Memphis, s'ient the weekend wllh her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clcaveland Hosuc are the parents of a baby daijj>h- ter, born October 27. Mr. and Mis. Carl Baskin and Mrs. R. L. Popham spent Wednesday in Memphis. Tenn. Jack Robertson is home for a (ew days leave to visit his' parents. Mr. and Mrs., C. A. Robertson, and otlir relatives. He Is a paratrooper, stationed at Port Bragg, N.C. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Burnett and children visited her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred E-'JIIIS of Kennctt. Mo., Friday eve- nine;. Dr. D. D. Pinion, and Mrs. Frank Douglass and children were in Blvthcvllle Friday afternoon shop. Dine. J;imes Tierrv drove to Memphis Tenn.. Thursday evenim; lo attend! the protrrnm given by Spike Jones (bat evening. Mrs Emma Crow of Caninbell, Mo., is visiting in the home of her son. Charles Crow. Mr. and Mr.s. Dean Vick and Mrs. F. noi'Rlass and Joan drove to Pnrmscville. Mo., friday evening to visit relatives. Woman's Club Meets The Caiuthersville Woman's Club was entertained Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. P. W Coleman. Mrs. Colcinan was assisted by Mrs. Roscoc Pierce and Mrs. G. C. Bishop. Twenty-five member.- and two guests. Mrs. Myron N. Diinlap of Rivcrniines, Mo., and Mrs. Parker Coleman of Longbeach Calif., attended. The meeting \vas called 'to order by Mrs. Pierce. During the business session the announcement was made of plans to assist the Community Halloween Committee In promoting a community project celebration to entertain the young people on (hat night. Reports were given by various officers and com- mittee'chairmen. Mrs. Morrell DcReign, Jr., pre- sented the gucsl speaker, Mrs. Myron N. Duiilap. Mrs. Dunlay Is the Ninth District Federation Chairman of Conservation of Natural Desources and a Master Conservationist, Her talk was on "What Natural Resources Mean to Our Communities." Dick Powell, soloist, furnished the special music. He selected "Trees" and "I Hear a Forest Praying." He was accompanied by Mrs. Guy E. Michle. Fall blossoms were attractively placed throughout the serving rooms. Refreshments were served from a table centered with an arrangement of chrysanthemums. Mrs. Pierce and Mrs. DcRclRn poured. The hostess served cake, nuts, mints, coffee, and lea. Eastern Star Meets The Eastern star had its regular meeting Thursday in the Masonic Hall. The worthy matron, Mrs,. Brown, presided- An initiation service was held for Miss Shirley Alnsworth. Following the service, her parenls pre- rented Miss with an Ain.sworth Eastern Star pin. The District Deputy Grand Matron, Mrs. Mamie Prince, was presented and gave a short talk. At the close of the business meeting, refreshments of cak"s decorated in blue and .silver, colors of the year, and punch were served The hall was decorated with fall flowers. Presbyterian Church Womi-nMcrl. The women of (he Presbyterian Church met Thursday at lhe church. Forty-seven members were present. The Bible Study was conducted by Mrs. Edsertnn and Mrs. John Cantrcll was in charge of the program, "A Responsible Society." The members brought "Pieces for Peace." which will be packed later for overseas relief. Each year the women of the church cooperate with the program of the Church World Service in Ihis way. The pieces will be dedicated on November 4, which Is World Community Day. Circle Three served refreshments of coftee, cookies, and Halloween RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. I-WORMS GO/ New Treatment Gets Real Results T>on'[ let your child nufTprthR torment of Pir\- Vvomu-i! Get Jo>n« H t P-W Virmifug*. f-W* vital mKrcdipnt \s a rncxJicnlly-nmirovefl druir sdeiULfirally dwtroya I'Jn-Worms * n d body. that removes them from Ibe b"o w-alch for lhe > your >''l°" «ll. T J llitn ul! your druegisl [„, r-W, the « casj.-lo-t.ke UUels ^rfcclc.l by Iho famou J '"^« • »» ial '»" in «n™ remedies for over lOOyrart. Destroy those I'lu-Womu ... rcllei-fi that Itch. * Jull Rim.r«b.,i P-W ® (or Monday & Tuesday TOP 0' THE MORNING' with Blnj Crosby, Barrj Fitzgerald Warner News 4; Comedy Tuesday I.ale Shiiw, R:^ "UN DIA CON EL DIABLO" A Mexican Feature candle*. Haliunrcn Parly Given Tlie Phllaihla Sunday School Class of the Baptist Church was entertained with a Halloween cos- tunic party Friday evening at the 'upti-sl Church. Thirty-eight mem. 'ers attended. Prizes for their costumes wrrn awarded to Mrs. Vcriion Cisco »nd Mrs. Hay Litllc. A eift was presented to Miss cllie Mt'Clanahan, who recently 'Msncd as president of the class to acci-pl the position of superintendent of the Intermediate Department of the Sunday School. • iinios were directed by Mrs. John Bowers and a covered dish dinner was served. llrHjo riuh Mccls 111 Illylhcvllli; Mr. and Mrs. John Lane entertained their bridge club at their home In Hlylhcvlltc on Wednesday eveiiinj;. Mrs. Lnne served n Halloween supper to their guests early In the evening. Cards were dispensed with and lhe evening was spent in conversation. Attending from here were Mr and Mrs. Carl Baskln, Mr. and Mrs Harold Popham, Mr. and Mrs. li I-. Ward. Jr.. and Mr. and Mrs Iverson Michle. nirllimllst Circles Meet The two circles of the Women's Society of Christian Service and ihc two clr-lcs of thc> Wralc-j-an Gi'llil hold a joint meeting at the church Thursday evening of last week for observance of the Week of Prayer The societies met separately for the business meetings, Mrs. George Brown was In <•"••> of the program. She was assisted by Mrs Floyd [iarnhai I. Mrs !<: C Gilmore. Mrs. R. I,. Ward, Jr Mis. Ralph linker, and Mrs. Delbert Harper. The group studied (lie different schools' wlicrc the money collected this week. will be used, both here and abroad. An offcrlnii was Uil-cri. Refreshments were screed by the Wcsleyan Guild. Nevada has a population nf ai 000. the smallest In the nation. NEW llox Opens Week Days 7:00 p.m. Matinee Saturday & Sundays iMal.-Sun I p.m Cnnt Shouiiif Manila, Ark. Slums KVKHV KIUIIT Last Time Tonight "COLORADO TERRITORY" with Joel AlcCrcn and Vlrfiinin Mayo ' Also Slmrti Tuesday "ILLEGAL ENTRY" n-illi HriM.ird Duff Also Shorts day School class, sometimes called the 'Rainbow Girls," was entertain ed with a party at the home of Mrs William Aculf Monday evening There were 12 present. The party honored five of th< ii October. The evening was spen playing games. The hostess served birthday cake on a musical stand and ice cream Halloween decorations were placed throughout the -coins. Compl-rnented on Birlhtlay Nancy R^euuck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Roebuck, was complimented on her eleventh birthday when her parents entertained with a party for 16 of her little friends. Games were played during the evening and prizes were won by ST. LOUIS. Oct. 31—MV—The trustee of the Missouri Pacific Rsked Friday for court authority c,c,,,,, K mm P na.v> were nun »j to pay 512,961,245 in back interest Wanda Hooker, Carol Hill, Jackie to first mortgage bondholders of French, Jo Re Coppage. Dorothy the railroad and several of Its sub- Lay, jan e Kindred. Alice Greemvell. s.dartes. Federal Judge George H. and Shelby Prlvett. The honorce received many Kilts. Mrs. Fccbuck .served birthday cake and ice cream. Halloween favors and candy were presented each Moore set a hearing for Nov 7 t — ' In 1807, John Colter discovered what Is nmv Yellowstone National Park while he- was fleeing from Indians. . Rook Club Meets The Double Fttur Rook Club mel Last Two Days Open (i:30 Adulfs 50c —.Kids Free • First Blytheville Showing • BLYTHEVILUESONLV ALL WHITF THFATDE Tues. One Day Jimmy Wakely in "Ridin' Down the Trail" .as( Day—Two Hits Errol Flynn in "Adventures of Robin Hood" Also Rila Hay\vor(n in "Down to Eai-lh" Wed.-Thurs. Two Hits I "Night at the Opera" "A Woman's Secret" Puts a big 'Gee fin Gasoline! Just match your present car against this husky, 1^5-HP Packord -for economy as well as performance! Time was when car buyers had a choice between the smooth performance of a big, roatlworihy car . . . and the gas economy of a light, low-powercc! car. Then came Packard's advanced "jrcc-brcathing" engine design. Now yon can have lhe effortless smoothness of 135-HP performance . . .the relaxing security of two tons of husky roathveight—and, at the same time, enjoy [he most spectacular brand of gasoline economy you've ever known! (See chart above.) ' • And the economy lasts and l-a-s-l-s ... because Packard's mechanical life more than matches its long,distinctive style life. Remember: Of all the Packards built—in the last 50 years—more than 50Te are still in service! Come in—get the whole story! ASK THE MAN WHO OWNS OHI DELIVERED HERE At new lower Golden Anniversary prices, you can buy a new 1J5-HI' Packard tight, lix-paMcngcr Club Sedan far only $2323.11 •i/,,/f .111,1 luc,,l IJ XC! , ,1 „„,., , n j ttbtlt mita-tlli ($21), fxlrf . p, ilfl iiuy rai-y i/gjAr/y /,; adjoining areas hctaasc nt Iranitmrtalinn charges. Cro/den /ynn/t/exsa/-<s Packard Motor Sales Co., Inc. TIG W. Walnut St.—Blylhevilte PAGE FIV1B FARMS FOR SALE JMH & P. Uemiscol County, 320 acres Two and one- half miles Nm-lhcast of Braggadocio. Six houses, 2 barns, cledncily and gravel ro;ul. All buildings are Koixl and in BOCK! repair. A good buy for a quick sale. Will be withdrawn if nol sold by November 15, 1949. E. & UK. <Mf> acri's. One mile North of Morehouse. Nine houses, .1 hams, clcdrieily and gravel road. This farm is Litllc liiver black land. Can he purchased for §29,500 down, balance payable $10,000 annually and Ihis pay men t will include principal, interest and Inxes. I'rice SliO.iiOO.OO. Will have lo sue (his farm lo appreciate the value. El. & F. New Madrid County. 122 acres one and one- hall miles West of Ifisco, 5 room modern home, gai-age, extra good barn and lour mom tenant house. Located on Highway K2. I'ricc $200.110 |>cr acre JC & V. Pcniiscol County. SO acres lying 31/2 miles Northeast ol liragir City, griivcl road, electririly. Two K'uod houses, one barn. I'ricc 5175.00 jier acre. K. & n. F. Stoddard Co. IfiO acres,'100 acres cleared, iiliidcrn home. ?10() per acre. KVI<\ New iMadrit! Co. 120 acres 3'/ 2 Miles N.W. of iMallljews. SlfiO per acre. Citl'\ New Madrid Co. 108i/, Acres, 2'/ 2 miles Norlh- easl of i'arnia. $150 per acre. IKK New Madrid Co. 19(! acres, 7 miles Northwest of Lilbotirn, $185 ]>er acre. JIJK. New Madrid Co. 127 acres 4 mile* Southwest of Parma, $136 per acre. UKHR New Madrid Co. 130 acres 2 miles South of Matthews, $175 per acre. KHF. New Madrid Co. 762 ac.-es, 6 miles West or Ulbourn. $1(H) per acre. \VPRP. New Madrid Co. 200 acres 9 miles Northwest of .Ulbourn, $150 per sere. CBR Sloddard Co. 1 M7 acres 4 miles North of Dudley, Mo., $liO per acre. .I\V & M. Sloddard Co. 2(iO acres 4 miles North of 1'aiina. 5 houses, $135 per acre. iMF. Sloddard Co. 120 acres, 5 miles East of Bernie, 2 sets buildings. $125 per acre. KF. Sioddarc! Co. 120 acres, 1 i/ 2 miles West of Bernie, good buildings. $120 per acre. GBR New Madrid Co. 52 acres, 1 '/ 2 miles West of Hisco on concrete highway. $9000. CBF. New .Madrid Co. 100 acres 3 miles Northeast of C'alron. $175 per acre. UMF. New Madrid Co. SO acres, S>/ 2 miles North of r,ilbourn on Hurricane Jfidge, well located; K ood buildings, price $ 10,000. COF. New Madrid Co. 120 acres, 1 mile South of Ul- Imurii. $125 per acre. We have numerous other farms in Soullicasl Missouri and Arkansas. Tln-se farms can be bough( tinder in "lOarncsl .Money" Contract now and balance paid laler on in the year. We make !''arm loans. All prices subjed lo prior sale or withdrawal from market. "The Best Security on Earth Is Earth Itself" WE BUY, SELL AND TRADE PAY US A VISIT OR CALL A. T. EARLS REAL ESTATE & LOAN COMPANY A. T. EARLS Kennel t. Mo. PHONE 3SIO or SOfiJ LEWIS W. STONE Ulbourn, Mo. PHONK 10 or No. 5 C. E. GOLLADAY Sikeston Mo. PHONE 179 or 321 Norvel W. Duncan Kennctt Mo. PHONE 127 or 27JJ

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