The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 27, 1955 · Page 9
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1955 BLVTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE NINE District Fair Winners Swine Durbc* Sr. Yearling Boar — Ark. State College, Jonesboro, 1; Billy Orr, Rt. 3. Campbell, 2. Jr. Yearling Board—L. H. Autry, Burdette, 1. Sr. Spring Board—Billy OIT, 1; L. H. Autry, 2 and 4; Artie Johnson, Rt. 1, Bernie, Mo., 3 and 5. Jr. Spring -Boar—L. H. Autry, 1 and 4; Carl Tcsreau, Campbell, 2; Artie Johnson, 3 and 6. Aged Sow—Carl Tesreau, 1; Artie Johnson, 1. Sr. Yearling Sow—L. H. Autry, 1 and 3; Ark State College, 2. Jr. Yearling Sow—Artie Johnson, 1; L. H. Autry, 2 and 3. Sr. Sow Pig—L. H. Autry, 1; DicK Friedman, 2: Fred Cole. 3. Sr. Spring Gilt—Artie Johnscn, 1 and 6; L. H. Autry, 2 and 4; Billy Orr, 3 and 5. Jr. Spring Gilt—Ark. State College, 1 and 6; L. H. Autry, 2; Billy, Orr. 3; Carl Tesrean, 4; Artie John- ion, 5. Young Herd—L. H. Aulry, 1; BUy Orr, 2; Artie Johnson, 3. Get-olSire—L. H. Aulry, 1: Bills' Orr, 2; Artie Johnson, 3. Produce 'at Dam—L.. H. Autry, 1; Billy Orr, 2; Artie Johnson, 3. Breeder-Feeder Litter—BIHy Orr, 1; L. H. Autry, 2; Curl Tesreau, 3. Sr. Champion Boar—Ark. State College. Jr. Champion Boar—L,. H. Autry. Grand Chimpion Boar—Ark. StAte College. Sr. Champion Sow—Carl Tesreau. Jr. Champion Sow—L. H. Autry. Grand- Chapton Sow—Carl Tes- leau. Spotted Poland China 8r. Spring Boar—Tom Bishop, Campbell, 1; Jimmy Thornton, Campbell, 2; Allie Bryant, Steel- vtlle, 111.; 3; Tom Bishop, Campbell, 4. Jr. Yearling Boar—Allie Bryant, 1. Sr. Boir Pig—Allie Bryant, 1. Doty'i Parm, Benton,. 111., 2; Allie Bryant, 1; Tom Bishop, 4. Jr. Spring Boar—Doty'j Farmi, 1 and 2; Allie Bryant, 3; Tom Bishop, 4 and 5; Paul Blades, Cambpell, 6. Sr. Champion Boar— Allie Bryant. Jr. Champion Boar—Allie Bryant. Grand Champion Boar—Allie Bryan I. Reserve Grind Champion Boar— Doty'i Farm. Aged Sow—Doty'i Farm*. Sr. Yearling Sow—Allie Bryant, 1; Paul Blades. 2. Jr. Yearling Sow—Doty'i Farm, 1: Tom Bishop, 2; Jimmy Thornton, 1. Sr. Sow Pig—Allie Bryant. 1 and t; Doty'i Farm, 3 and 4; Tom Bishop, 5. Sr. Spring Gilt—Jimmy Thornton, 1 and 2: Alile Bryant, 3 Tom Bishop, 4 and 5. Jr. Spring Gilt—Doty'i Farml. 1 add 2; Aliie Bryant, 3; Tom Bishop, 4 and 5 Paul Blade:, I. Sr. Champion Sow—Allie Bryant. Jr. Champion Sow—Doty'i Farms Grand Champion Sow—Allie Bryant. Reaerve Orand Champion Sow— Doty'i Famu. Young Herd—AUI« Bryant, 1; Killer Name Rejected NEW DELHI (fn— The mountains which separate Afghanistan from Soviet Russia have been renamed by the Afghan government, accord- ing.to a report reaching ihere. The mountains, known ts the Hindu- kush, should be called the Hindkoh, the report says. In Persian, Hlndu- ku»h means killer of Hindus, and Hindkoh means Hindu Mountains. Bond Scurry RALEIGH, N.C. W)—The General Assembly wanted to regulate oul-ol- state health and accident insurance underwriters and proposed a measure calling for & UOO bond (or nonresident salesmen. Somehow nonresident wasnt' written into the bil! which passed. AU salesmen have been scurrying about getting bonded. WINDY—It's not an old Dutch windmilLJt's an airplane prop mounted on i 30.000-horsepower test stand. . The stand, reported to be the world's largest, is at the Wright Air Development Propeller Laboratory in Dayton, Ohio. Secretaries' Jobs Tough GRAJJD ISLAND, N'eb. UP) — A church secretary may have a tough job. A survey here found them run,-! ning lost and found services for their congregations; serving as bridal consultants and church bookkeepers; handling church public relations and looking into cases of Sunday school absenteeism ,to say nothing of taking dictation and typing. Mrs. Jessie Yost, secretary of Trinity Methodist Church, says she hu done nearly evertyhing but preach and perform marrlaget. One of her . boss«. Dr. Jame* Chubb, says of the church secretary: "She li a shock absorber who | meets the people on £he phone and aa they come through the office classifies their needs and refers them to those who can help them." In their off-duty hours many of the KcreUriei sing In the choir, teach Sunday school, call on shut- in* and help with youth activities. BEAUTY MASK - Then glasses art designed to. protect the wearer not only from eyestrain but from wrinkles. On display at the' 1955 Fair of Inventions in Nurnberg, Germany, the glasses ( e a t u r • iponge rubber patches which sre supposed to keep wrinkles from forming on the forehead and around the eyes. Hormone lotion li applied to the skin b«- fon the patches are put on. EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware l-MIS Give Your Child Something Educational and Entertaining for Xmas, a set of Child World Books. Call 3-4152 for Demonstration. FOR SALE Used Concrete Pipe and Metal Culvert Pipe Slzei from 10 lo 48 Inchei Priced Cft% Less Than VV New Phone PO 3-3646 Whistle Weaken* JACKSONVILLE. Ma. W) — Big j Jim the city whistle that aonud* each day at 7 a.m., noon, 1 p.m. and 5 Is going to be a little weaker. Reason l« that oil cost* have gone up. Oil is used for fuel to make the steam that blows the whistle and the city Is going to cut down on the steam. It takes about 112,000 a year Just to blow Big Jim. Jimmy Thornton. 3: Doty'i Farms, 3: Tom Bishop, 4 and 5; Paul Bla- du, «. Oet-of-Sire—AlUe Bryant. 1; Doty's Farms, 2; Jimmy Thornton, 3. Produce of Dam—Allie Bryant, 1; Doty'! Farm*, 2; Jimmy Thornton. 3. Breeder Peedsr Litter — Jimmy Thornton, 1; Tom Bishop, 2 and 3. 8r. Boar Pig—David Poole, Bat- esviile, 1. Jr. Spring Boar—David Poole, 1 and 2; Carl Adam*, Campbell, 3 and 4. Jr. Champion Boar—David Poole. Grand Champion Boar—David i Poole. | Sr. Jr, Blytheville, l; uavm fooie. Continued on Page 10 '4,900 IN CASH PRIZES National Cotton Picking Contest Sept. 29-30 Held in Blytheville-Mississippi County - World's Large Rain Grown Cotton Producing County FOUR DIVISIONS Womens' Children's Open Over 65 Attractions Beauty Revue-Sept. 29th $1100 in Prizes Style Show - featuring clothing from cotton bags. Cotton Parade Cotton Ball - Nite of 30th Don Reed and his orchestra Street Dance - Nite of 29th Address All Inquiries To NATIONAL COTTON PICKING CONTEST Blytheville, Arkansas Sponsored By the BIrtheville Junior Chamber of Commerce orana unampion uoar—uavm , l aote. I Sr. Yearling Sow—David Poole. jl Jr, Yearling Sow—Vance Dixon, j I lytheville, 1; David Poole, 3; II nrtntimi/»H nn "Porr* in II CERAMIC TILE For Bathroom Walls 4 Floors FREE ESTIMATES F.H.A. Terms WALKER TILE CO. 100 E. D»rii Ph. 3-6933 F'- Lillian Turner Mar? Lou Ellii Bojs Wear Dept. Credit DepU Hew) Bill .Tost, MJT. Appliance Dept. Don K«fen, Mf*. Furniture Dtpt. Ruth Udbetfer Stock Control Vlrftala Austin Infant* Wear Violet Baker, Mgr. MnKerie DepU Watd't 406 W. Main Phone 3-4591 THE BIG NEW 1958 MERCURYondisplayTHUR., SEPT. 29™ Florence Mody, Mirr. Piece Goods Dept These Montgomery Ward people offer you prompt, courteous service Bob Lawrence Appliance Sales man Jackie Phillips, MJT. Menswou' Dept. F \ J»ck Attaway, M|T. Plumbing Dept Melvtn Itmtt, MJT. Shoe Dept. Reg. 79c Men's Cotton SHORTS Boxer Type . 67< Regular 98c Cotton T-SHIRTS All Sizes—Now 84' Reg. $5.47 Men's Cotton Matched WORK OUTFIT Colors Gray, Green-Tan Shirt-2.24 Pants - 2.68 Reg. $1 Yard COTTON CORDUROY 37 Inches Wide Assorted Colors yd. Reg. $1.98 Little Boys Cotton SPORT SHIRTS Sizes 1 to 6X Assorted Colors Reg. $2.49 Men's Cotton FLANNEL SHIRTS All New Colors Complete Sizes Buy now & save Reg. 2.98 LADIES COTTON HOUSE DRESSES All Sizes Each $2,67 Geraldlne Baker Piece Good! Depl Marcla Hancock Credit Dept, W. C. Van Bibber Delivery Supt. Alma Johnson Cashier Geneva t,unsford Invoice Records Bill Harrison, Mjr. Sportlfif Goods r Fttthtan Frank Wumple Stnrlce HJT. Catherine Mnrell William F. ItanMt Hosiery Dept. Tire Mounter fttoelrlnf Ckrfc Betty MeArthm Credit Clerk

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