BLYTHEVILL1 (ARK.) COCTtfBB HIWi ; PROTECT YOUR INYBIUCNI IN fARW rni WHICH sine OF THE FEW* ut i^BI MR FARMffi' Luxera FFA Booth . . . Stcond Place Burdetle FFA Booth TAM 1 It* 9nH«d Matw oMwcd Ipaki 100 mllKon dollar* (or UK island at Cub* during th* 1MO(. Mew Ovtau trHwrniM v»lw Hw fk* X Ih* python u food ud Mn *Mn u iMtcrkl tec tfcUBhM*. This Boy Got General Idea DETROIT Iff)— Mrs. Eileen Whel- »n didn't have to board the sub- xhe Conestoga wagon used in marine Tambor on the Detroit Riv- covered-wagon days of the United «r to show her 11-year-old son an | sta tes W as 16 feet long and its underwater craft. I wheels were as high as a man. No sooner did the two start for the submarine Sunday whes their parked car began to roll, gained momentum and was launched—right in the river. COUPON SALE None Sold Without This Coupon SPECIAL •- - WATCH BAND VALUE! » .£J?-tf!ggg|^ They to Fit Your Wrist CMOKt OF tmtt SO98 fftf. 55.f* 3 iiIN;iri :> Year Diamond; jib\\i;si \I\I\ST Per Capita Pay In Missouri is Below Average WASHINGTON (ifI— Both Kansas and Missouri last year had per capita incomes lower than the national average, a Commerce Department study released Sunday showed. But the level is only slightly under the national average—one per cent in Missouri and five per cent In Kansas. The recently concluded study showed that each man, woman and child in the United States last year would have had »1,T70 if the national income were divided evenly. The study showed the Missouri average was $1,747 and the Kansas average $1,680. Although the national average shows a drop of $20 per person from 1953, the Commerce Department said the difference was because the population grew more rapidly than national income-although both increased during the year. Bills Dumped In Couple's Car FAIR LAWN, N. J. body Uttered up the automobile of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mondelli while they attended a picnic here Sunday. Some litter! it was $397 in bills, scattered around inside and outside the cax. The Mondella fcuroed the "debris" over the police. "Let them figure it out," *»id Mondelli. During the last century, the following American birds have be> come extinct-, the ivory-billed woodpecker, the great auk, the Labroador duck, the Carolina parakeet and the passenger pigeon Exclusively in Blytheville at Zellner's MOTHER, HERE'S A"CUTIE" FOR FALL... ThU gleaming new pattnt by Robin Hood will dazzle her eyt lad flatter her feet! A proven favoriw in sizes galore... and remember, every Kyle has been Fit Tested to assure your child perfect fit in every pair! YES, WE HAVE HER SIZE IN THIS STYLE AND MANY MORE I Hot fa Hood KING COTTON DAYS Sept. 29 - 30 & Oct. 1 ZELLNER'S SLIPPER SHOP *04 W. Main- llythtvHU She Gave Him The Direction NACOarjOCHBS, Tex. (ft- Texas towns take their rivalry seriously. A Nacogdoches man made a long distance call to earby Lufkin. • "That'll be $4.50, plus tax," said, Q n J ar g e t the operator. "Why, I could call hell for that much," said the man. "Mister," replied the operator, "all you have to do to do that from where vou are is ma£e a local call." Read Courier News Classified Ads. SANDSTON, Va. UV-Dick Stein- i man, 13, was digging in a flower | bed and unearthed a thickly rust-1 ed Civfl War rifle. He figured it; was a relic of the Battle of Seven i Pines fought here In 1862. Dick's | house is at the corner of Conied-1 erate and Union Av See your channel fasferw.tnon dearfyl new Deluxe wtHi "FRONT WINDOW" VHF CHANNCL H4OICATO* N.w TV advonc* fro. RCA Vtclori AE you dial—standing up—the k'rtg- «ae number of the channel ycm tw« appears illuminated in a window on the front of the set See breathtaking)? beantiM RCA Victor Tekmsum Dehnt today! Per OW_N«« High Sf ••* B Mreri 70 UHf d*cm«li hi 2'A i Hgnot, •**<], 04 niw low COM. We have an antfeorMwd TT SctTMt Dtp*. . Adams Appliance Co., Inc. "We Servie* Wfeat W« SeH" 206 - 208 AV. Main Pho«« 1-»T1 r No! No! All coffees are nof the same... KHGtR'S GIVES YOU MORE FIAVOR PER CUP The big difference in coffee is flavor. And Folger's Coffee is specially made to give you more richness, more satisfying flavor in even r single cup. Folger's, you see, is more, than good coffee. It's Mountain-Grown coffee . . . blended and prepared with a xmique century-old Folger "touch" that pro- »O MUCH WCH« IN RAVOfi YOU A«€ URGED TO USE 'A LESS THAN WITH tESSER FLAVORED BRANDS duce* a truly dist*nctiT«, wttra i^ck, teagy flavor. And becaus* Folger'i bknd* to ,a flavor,-wot-to a formHla, yc>« got *h« ^wne rewarding goodness ewp after mp. Tiy JIountain-Grown Folgec's. S«« for yourself why million* of coflw lorwra say —"There's so much more flav«t in a cup of Folgers!" CJI^ CopyrliM, J. A. F.» Co.
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