The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 4, 1955 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 4, 1955
Page 2
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PAWITWO KLYTHEVTT.LE (AKK.) COURTER N1TWI TUESPAY, OOTOBKR X, 193R Business Facing Two Big Hurdles In Future Months By SAM DAWSON NEW YORK (AP) — Business enters the last lap of 1955 in top form. It has two hurdles immediately ahead: of the year haven't OSCEOLA NEWS By B«Uye NeHe Starr ' Mrs R. B Lanpsdon and 1 Phil came home over the weekend i from Now York where they had son club. A de.->~?rt course preceded the games. Blue and white agerntrum accented with red Gurnsey lilies Mrs. Friday ' Speiice: W, E to her Drnvr Hunt was hostess bridge c'ub. Mr;'.. was the only ijuesi 1. Reaction of industrialists and consumers to the political and economical implications of the President's illness. 2. Introduction of the new automobile models with consumer re-! mil action f u r n i s h i n K the test of whether (he HIUQ industry wil continue to lead the economy into new ground. First reactions to the President's illness have been in the stock marker. This is natural since it Is the most sensitive instrument recording distant shocks to business. Hasn't Faltered Business iuself hasn't faltered. Consumer spending at retail is expected to rise this month to nearly 16 billion dollars. Merchants freely predict that trade from now until Christmas will set a new high, Resident, buyers here report that retailers' purchasing: plans for the hobbled since the president was stricken. Manufacturers' new orders si.ind seven billion dollars hiuhrr than: a year apo. Shippers predict thalj freight volunu 1 bet.ween now } di and the end of the vear will be, li nine per cent greater than lii;~r' ;i year. This will mean loadms; Sl npfirly 7'^ million freiuht cars during tiie three mon'hs. Industrial plans tor plant expansion have been increased, if anything, since the Presidents illness Centers in Detroit The second uncertainty centers in Detroit. Auto makers are confi Caruthersville Students Hold Special Session CARUTHERSV1LLE - The Siu•IH Activitv Commute of f-he hitfh sciioo! held its annual nid;ir- Mon program in nn assembly at '.he school Friday ir.orning. Principal Edw;ird Sl.eilon in'.nv ducrd S. A. C Pre.s:d.-nt Barry Trainor. who introduced other otn- rers of the organization. Also m- uodw.Prt wpve 'he remamme; members of S. A. C. In his inaugural speech, Tramor dent the public will respond m the expressed gniiitude for ms election , Springfield. n\ 1956 models with a burst 01 buyme "nd appeal to the student body tor oy Mr. ana Mr '•united support 1 of acnvines lor the bPttermeni of Canithersville Giird-n flowers rare Mrs. Hunt A salad p'.*'-t the afU'M'.oun Mr. and Mr u a were used to deco- s home, was served during ,. Chris Tompkins thf.r Couples' Club .ir.irday nipht. proceeded the j visited Mrs. Langdon's sister for I TWO weeks. were placed about the enieriaimng' Mr mid Mrs. Bob Kendrick spent rooms, the weekend m Lit tie Hock. The guests were seated at the : Anther honor has been bestow- [ dining room table which was cover- i ed upon Miss Sylvia Elias, sopho- ' ed with a linen cloth outlined with' more daughter of Mr, and Mrs. j hand made Cluny lace. Guests Bill Kiia.s. Miss Elias, last week, was appointed treasurer of the fri;;: 1 *' women's student, government association of the campus at the of Mississippi. playing with the club were Mrs. R. C. Bryan and Mrs. Bettye Nelle Starr. In the games of bridge high score was won by Mrs. Faber n. Mrtssey was hostess White and second high went to Mrs. afternoon to her bridge' John Enochs. Mr. u:id Mr*. W.ill.uv Hoke have returned htm-.* 1 :M':M .1 falling trip on L.ue :u Hot Springs. .Mrs, J. I,. W.ird Sett Sunday for Wichita Falls. Kar.s , lo spend, a mcmrh with her ri.iti2h:er Mrs. Arthur Prii/.;.--:-. and Mr. Frazier, and Mr. Fra'/irT :n Kan-as City, Mo.. Faber White and A. W. Bowen drove 'heir iv.o-.her - in - law to were met there Fr,v/;er. in the final weeks of 1955. We will have to wait to see. i Optimism is hiyh because ployment con'inues near the Mr. and Mrs. David Laney and i Bob Saxon were called 10 El Dora-j because of the death ! y's and Mr. Saxon's GIANT WIDE SCREEN Box Office Opens 6:30 — Show Starts at Dusk TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Double Feature Area Students Pledge at State JONESBORO — Seven Arkansas State College students from northeast Arkansas and southeast Mis- and the natiouai totnl of income after taxes stays levels. Many observers, feel that the public's strong urtfej to spend will continue through the 1 res i of this year at least. , The administration can move quickly on several fronts if busi- Burge. freshen, ness should unexpectedly turn; D. A. Cobble, city superintendent downward. The risrht credit situa- of schools, said the program was lion can be reversed quickly.! "inspirational." Rev. S. G. Shep, making; more money available if lard, pastor of First Baptist Church. sour! have been elected to fraternity! businessmen, or home builders, orj delivered the invocation and cios- and sorority offices at ASC. | even car buvers. need it. And! HIR pra'.er Howard Cis.sell. Wilson, has been j ensip| . CRldi , ; nij , ht (;pur slate and | ^ ^ ^ offh . ers mclude EUzabPlil I local governments to start some | chnsm jre prtsldplU . Jame K,n- of their building prourimis-hieh-; d recordlnc secr etarv; Vir K mia ways, schools, water ana sewer systems. jects as did representatives of the seven clubs within the school. ter .*vi«LMj:g*]?M.'.Fj;i,L'mM _^ M-G-M, DESPERATE SEARCH RAIL RODENTS" elected secretary of the pledge class of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. Area pledge class officers for Sigma Pi fraternity are Gilbert Wayne Taylor, Manila, vice president; Russell Thomn-son. Osceola. treasurer; Thomas G. Mannin Hayti, corresponding secretary. The pledge class of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority has elected Mary Lee Bearden, Leachville, secretary; Linda Taylor. CaruthersviHe, chaplain. Sharon Hendrix. Osceola. has been sleeted vice president of the pledge class of Alpha Omicron Pi sorority. Mild Weather For Most of Us By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS , MiM autumn weather was the oubiook for man of the nation today. Bflrly morning temperatures ranged from the 50fi in the northern areas, 80s in the central section and in the 70s in the southern border states. The coolest region was New England, which reported readings in the 3Qs and <M)s. Rain continued over the Southern Plains, extending from central Texas northward through Oklahoma, Kansas and parks of Missouri. Flooding Lake Wichita waters poured into Holliday Creek and the Wichita River and threatened Wichita Palls. Tex., with the worst floods sinre 1050. Plane's Prop Ends His Nap PLEASANTON, Calif. »Fi — Louis Koehl was awakened from a nap on his living room soia yesterday by an airplane propeller. The 150-pound prop whirled loose from a plane 2.000 feet aloft, crashed through the roof and into the | ^"jesse'lVlilerwho receiu^ dTert | living room. Koehl, 66. was unhurt. Philip McNamnmy, 46. rep»irted he was instructing student Lloyd Marj tin in his twin-engine Cessna when the left propeller tore loose. McNamamy safely landed the plane at Hayward Airport and then drove to Pleasanton to search for the propeller. He found Kochl's house with a three-Foot hole in the roof, New Hayti Cashier > I HAYTI— Miss Bessie Hcdg? has' been elected cashier at the Bank oJ Hayti by the bank directors. ; Miss Hedpe, who has been em- j ployed by the bank for 15 years, sue- j of a heart attack. R. E. Dickey, vice president of Na- | tional Bank of Commerce, Memphis. ' was elected as a director. Little Rock Man Nabbed CARUTHBRSVTU.E — Alvin Lu- truck driver, was turned over to ther Byrd, 3fi-year-old Little Rock Little Rock authorities Thursday. Byrd, accused of fnregry llf're, is charped with forgery and robbery in Arkansas, Tomatoes are the second leading vegetable crop nf the United States, potatoes ranking first. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission Lie & 35c At All Times TI;ES.. wi-:i). & THURS. Double Feature A ! CR'ONIN'S THE KEYS OF THE KINGDOM — AND — "BOWERY CHAMPS" With the Kast Side Kids Cartoon "Swing Cinderella Best Grade Illinois Coal and Kindling Nut Coal 7. or more tow $10 ptr ton B&CCoatCo. s. niw«y M rtMM I-KHI Adler Services Are Tomorrow NEW YORK tf — Mnj. Gen. .Tillins Oclis Adlcr i rpt'. who died of cancer yesterday nfter distinguished careers in the newspaper nnd military fielfts, wil be buried Thursday at. Arlington Nation a I Cemetery with full honors. 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