BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Nixon Warns GOP Must Win Congress Or Face Extinction CINCINNATI (AP) — Vice President Nixon, beaming j confidence in public, has warned the Republican National! Committee in private the party must come out on top in the' 1954 congressional contests or face political extinction. If tbe Republicans fail, "the swing is going to be completely to the left and the Republican p&riy -will be as dead as the dodo bird." Nixon said yesterday. His pep talk' to the national committee, holding a workshop conference in Cincinnati, was behind closed doors. But his remarks were overheard by reporters. It public he forecast a record- smashing vote would give Republicans better control of both houses, where they now hold narrow margins. But in private he said: "I think this election is a horse race. I think it is extremely close in the House, extremely close in tfcft Senate. "You could make a pretty good case for a statement that the Republicans are slightly behind in the House, slightly ahead in the Senate. Analyzing it in another way, it can be argued that they are slightly ahead in the House as well as the Senate. It could go either way." Should Follow Ike However, he insisted the election could be won if the candidates pegged their campaigns on President Eisenhower's program of "peace, progress and prosperity." Republicans won in 1952 because Eisenhower symbolized a demand for & change, Nixon said. The issues then were Korea, communism, controls and corruption, • he said. He said he thought the party had given the voters "the change they ! wanted," adding: j "We have brought dignity and j respect to the highest office in this land." Nixon told the party leaders he held neither a "wildly optimistic outlook" nor a pessimistic one. "The Democrats have no great and compelling issue," the vice president said at a press conference. ''The one big issue on which they relied has been pulled out from under them—and that was an economic depression or recession." (/.$. Aid for Guatemala GUATEMALA (J?! — The United States and Guatemala signed an agreement yesterday for technical cooperation under the Point Four program. U.S. Ambassador John Peurifoy and Guatemalan Foreign Minister Carlos Salazar signed for their countries. HOLLAND NEWS BY Mri. Voris Workman The Samford Extension Club last week spent several days at Lake Taneycomo. Eleven mem- jbers made the trip, going by way | of Hardy, Ark., and visiting Mammoth Cave and Springs and enjoying a roadside dinner on the way. At the lake, they stayed at Rockaway Beach courts and made I a tour of the Shepherd of the Hills country. They returned Friday by way of Eleven Points and Poplar Bluff. Members making the trip were Mrs. J. I. Sarnford, Mrs. Frank Stewart, Mrs. Boss Samford, Mrs. Andrew Jenkins, Mrs. Joe E. Samford, Mrs. Carl Jenkins, Mrs Hugh Samford, Mrs. Theodore Kifer, Mrs. E. B. Temple, Mrs. Howard Depriest and Mrs. Mollie Booker. South American bananas for shipment now are being "canned on the stem" in a transparent plastic film one-one-thousandth of an inch thick. The protective wrapping preserves the lusciousness of the freshly-harvested fruit and the bananas can be ripened to a brighter yellow. HONESTY OWN REWARD- Prancisco Figueroa, Venezuelan airline mechanic helper, shows a wallet he found in a plane. It contained $11,000 and belonged to a Lebanese merchant. So excited was the owner when the money was returned that be salaamed to Allah, kissed the feet of the first child he met and rushed off. Francisco was completely forgotten. Tasmanian blue gum is one of the strongest, heaviest and most durable woods in the world. MINNIE LEE JONES STUDIO -REGISTER NOW- Thurs., Fri. & Sat. — Sept. 2-3-4 PIANC Classes For Pre-School, Beginners, Intermediates, Advanced Students 807 Chickasawba Avt. Blytheville, Ark. Phone POplar 2-2994' The high school biology class accompanied by their instructor, j Mrs. Winfield Mick, made a field trip last week to the Cohoon woods west of Holland and collected many interesting specimens for class study. They caught two j striped lizards whose habits the! class is now observing. j The Methodist Church ended a j successful week's revival Saturday j night with the Rev. Marvin Ni- j black as minister and Charles i Johnson of Steele as song leader, j During the week's services special' music was presented by Miss Helen Proctor, Mrs. Grace Frame, Mrs. Irene Johnson, Mrs. Holbert Kudgens and Charles Johnson of i Steele, and by Miss Phyllis Smith and Donna Lou Smith and the choir of Holland. The Women's Society for Christian Service met Thursday afternoon at the Methodist Church with eight members and one visitor. Miss Grace Baggett, present. The program was led by Mrs. Voris j Workman with Mrs. L. Berry, j Mrs. Chas. Cohoon, Mrs. L. Wil-j ferd, Mrs. Gideon Crews and Mrs. j L. Kinder giving discussions. Dur- i ing the business session led by J Mrs. Homer Smith, president, a j donation on an electric mixer for j the Arcadia camp kitchen was! given. | Graveside services were held ] Sunday morning at Mt. Zion Ceme- j tery by Marvin Nibiack, Meth-1 odist minister, for the baby of Mr. j and Mrs. Pat Bradford of North i Hayti. f j R. E. L. Smith spent Friday in I Memphis. He was joined by his j son, Oda B. Smith, and family in | the evening. i Mr. and Mrs. R. L.. Rogers had j as guests last Tuesday and! Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Noel Gilbert an dchildren of Memphis. Mr. Gilbert is conductor on the "Evening Serenade" television program and is also conductor of the Memphis Concert Orchestra. Also visiting- the Rogers over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Dolan Rogers, who have recently! moved to Sikeston where Mr. Rog- j ers will teach commercial subjects j this year. While here, they also j visited Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Kinder j and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. | Board Stivers. j In Memphis Saturday and Sun- [ day were Mr. and Mrs. F. M. j Samford and daughter, Brenda, j who visited Mr. and Mrs. Pete! Jordan and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Woods. j Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jenkins.! and daughter, Judith, drove to j Naylor, Mo., Sunday to see Mr. and Mrs. Ab Jones. Mr. Jones has been ill. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dunahoo and son. Lannie, of Flint, Mich., arrived last week to spend a week with Mrs. Iva Samford, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Samford and other relatives here and at Caruthersville. Friday, the families held an outing at Reelfoot Lake. Cpl. Thomas Hamlett returned Saturday to Fort Eustis, Va., after spending a week's furlough with his grandparents-, Mr. and Mrs. George" Martin, and other relatives. Mrs. Ernest McCrary returned home Saturday after having been in Kansas City for the past month j with her son and wife, Mr. and i Mrs. Ralph McCrary, who have a j new baby daughter, named Jackie j Carol. They brought Mrs. McCrary home and expect to remain here this week. While in Kansas City, I Mrs. McCrary also visited another j son, Billy Joe, and wife. j Mrs. Thelma Cohoon returned! last week from Flint, Mich., after 1 spending two weeks with her mother, three sisters and brother. Cecil McArthur, who is employed in Galveston, Texas, spent last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill McArthur, and family. Pinnell Capehart escaped injury Saturday when an out-of-town driver failed to stop at the red traffic signal light and hit Pinnell's car which had stopped for the light. No one was injured but both cars were badly damaged. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hampton of Loxley, Ala., visited Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hampton, Jr., and daughters a couple of daysl ast week. Verna Flowers, fifth grade student and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Porter Flowers, underwent Surgery recently at Memphis at the Le Bonheur Hospital. She is in a cast and will remain so for several weeks yet. The operation was for post-polio treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Homer A, Smith and sons had as dinner guests Thursday evening the Rev, and Mrs. Marvin Nibiack and two sons, and Charles Johnson and Helen Proctor of Steele, Miss Grace Baggett of Caruthersville, Doris Clark of Luxora, Mr, and Mrs. R -E. L. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Kinder of Holland. NOTICE We have moved our office from the Anthony Building to the Harrison Building, 219 West Walnut Street. We invite our friends and customers to visit us at our new location where we are better prepared to serve you in all forms of insurance, real estate, and real estate loans. 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