The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 10, 1956 · Page 3
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1986 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWg PAGE THREE An Activ* Chamber of Commerce City OWIM Mtdical Building mission which serves seven-count!** In Southeast Missouri. A Good Town The position of secretary is open It was stated at the organization meeting. Inquiries are out for an experienced man if possible, or one with the required training. Hornersville in its growth never boomed. But it naturally became a good and beautiful small town. It is a community center with fine schools and good churches. Its merchants and tradesmen are modern In their approach nearly everything offered elsewhere. Crops and livestock, in the past, brought prosperity and recognition. But a new problem Is facing the Inhabitants of this farming community. While they pay high prices, they wonder how they can continue to progress with lesser incomes due to acreage allotments, expected cut- bapks and declines in prices. A small factory on one of the several favorable sites offered might solve the problem, provide labor with earnings and keep going a cycle of prosperity in which many might share. Among Hornersville's attractions and assets are the imposing churches and schools. The contract for a ?125,00 gymnasium has been let and the structure Is to be completed in 1957. It will have a setting capa- Plenty of Parking Available Fit Cattfo Await Shipping H. A. Moore Home Lends Beauty sale. Bice was planted there be Alerted Homers v'die Ready To Become Industrial Town By H. L. ITeager HORNERSVILLE, Mo. — This comfortable small town of 840 population, with a clean and polished appearance to greet the visitor, is awake 'and ready to join the industrial factors of the world. Uti of 1000. With artesian water from a weir at 850 foot depth and four .miles of sewer lines, two health factors are being, well taken care of. The Merchants and Planters Bank is a sound, adequate and helpful banking institution. The Cotton Belt Railway and improved high- va\s are adequate in transportation needs. Chamber Officers Hornersville is just west of the old St. Francis river bed. Three .large diitmage ditches now carry the major waters of the St. Francis watershed, while the course of the St. Francis has been shortened with a channel westward, entering Big Lake near Blytheville. It is stated that more dirt was moved In building of the St. Francis Jloodway ditches than in building the Panama Canal, and that it is the largest dirt moving Job on record. The St. Francis Drainage District encompasses a stretch of over 100 miles' in Southeast Missouri. Officers of the Chamber of commerce elected at the organization meeting are J. C. Edmonston, president, E. D. .Barrett, 1st vice president, W. B. McFarland, second vice president, Edwin Cope, treasurer. Others of the Board of Directors It is the oldest Dunklin County's WARN'ING IN THE CHANCERY:. COURT;.' CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, ':, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, '. '> ARKANSAS , i "3 Sally D. Smith, Pltf. -~ ;/•;:• : ' : '• VS. NO. 13,203 Richard N. Smith, Dft. 'The defendant, Richard N. Smith, is hereby warned to: Appear within thirty days in. the' "court named in the caption hereoi and answer the complaint of the plaintiff. Sally D. Smith. 'S ; : . ->'• Dated this 9th day of" January, 1 1956. " " "-. SEAL GEEALDINE LISTON, Clerk. By DONNA SIMMONS; D. C. James M. Gardner, 'Ajtty.,for Pltf. 1710-11-24-31 'sjate to plant rice and indigo for settlement in share of the "Bootheel," for the record starts back in 1840 when the William H. Ho'rner family camped on the rise just west of the old St. Francis and vowd that tt»was the best land they had ever seen. t Tile town, named Hornersville after the first settler, soon bega:i growing just west of the Horner homestead. It is stated that it was incorporated about 1853, about the year Dunklin County was surveyed and named. * Hornersville started the New Year right. Last Thursday night they organized a Chamber of Commerce. Thirty-seven members were signed up, including a representative of every business' firm and three or four -farmers. Approximately $9,200 is at hand Excavation for New York City's first subway .was- made on March 20, 1900, and it became operative on Oct. 27, 1904. LOOK.'NO "LEGS"! - No. termites aren't trying to undermine telephone service at Leavenworth, Kati. A Kaaiat City notortit accidentally clipped off the pole, leaving the cron- uffli haof Inf on the wirei. Two students, Miss Evelyn Tomlinson and Mrs. Helen Cooper aeem to be happy over the business class starting Thursday at 7 p.m.' Mr. Lindgren, the school director, is ,, telling: them about the new course being .offered. • " T.X Register For Class-4 Months Night Course Thursday — 7 P.M. — Lynch Bldg. over Graber's > Housewives all ages—office workers—college graduates — clerks — amibitious adults have enrolled. Why don't you join? BUSINESS TRAINING— Speedwriting shorthand' (or Gregg if you" take SOwpm), Typing, English, Spelling, Office Practice, Accounting and PERSONALITY EFFECTIVENESS. SPECIAL CIVIL SERVICE PREPARATION will help you pass tests, : ;This is only oiie.class'lasting FOUR months for night school (2 or 3 nights per week). This class is limited — only a few places remain. If you want and .need a business course that you can take at home and continue working, this Is your opportunity. A high school diploma Is not necessary, if you have the desire to succeed. VISITORS ARE WELCOME FOR A FREE SPEEDWKITING AND TYPING LESSON. THURSDAY — 7:30 p.nv ,, ' ', „ BUSINESS COLLEGE For Blytheville sponsored by Lindgrefi Speed writing College. Located at the LYNCH BLDG. Visit or call at once 3-4097 for expenses and promotion for the The money will enable the hiring year ahead. The city and business firms subscribed the sum cooperatively. of a secretary and the sponsorship of the city's membership in the Missouri Delta Development Com- JOINER NEWS By IONA MOWN Joiner Lodge 745 Free and Ac. ceptcd Masons will hold a public installation at the Masonic Hall In Joiner tonight. This will be family night and f pot luck supper will be serve* b» the wifes of the masons. The Reverend Eugene Hall erf Dell will be the guest speaker and the Reverend John T. Byrd of Har. risburg, who is also Grand Senior Deacon of the Grand Lodge, will be the installing officer. The officers to be installed include: Worshipful Master — Richard McDaniel; Senior' Warden — Jess Forrester; Junior Warden — Harper Oates; Senior Deacon — Gene Little. Twenty members of the Bardstown Home Demonstration Club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Gillie Wright. The roll call was answered by "My pet peeve about drivers". Mrs. Aubon Higgins gave the devotional, with a recipe for the new year. The local leaders for the new year were appointed and fee meeting place 101- the clUB Miss Smith, the county agent, gave a demonstration by film on "Safe. Driving". v During the social time the game prize was won by a new member, Mrs. Neta Vest. The hostesses, Mrs. Gillie Wright and Mrs. D. W. Bennett, served a buffet luncheon. The club will meet next Feb. 2 at the home of Mrs. J. H. Felts at Bassett. Losing Samaritan PHOENIX, Alii, m — WaKer B. Elam. stopped to help a man who was having fuel line trouble on his... car. While the two men were laboring under the hood, Elam's car, a 1953 model he had bought only four days before, coasted downhill and flipped into a canyon. .''..• Damage was estimated at $800. are M. O. McCaleb, Boy Blackwood, Curt Benton, Hoy Sloan, Glen Hemmingway, Charles Hayhw, Dr. Planske, David Jackson. : City officials now serving art W. B McFarland, mayor, and W. O. Wicker, carl Williams, Arch Young and Joe Hinesly, Alderman. Best You Can Buy WHY EVER PAY MORE? 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