The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 11, 1956 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS JBTEnNKSDAY, JANUARY 11. Elizabeth Brister Elected State Secretary for 4-H'ers Elizabeth Brister of Yarbro was elected State 4-H Secretary while attending 4-H Week at Fayetevllle last summer. She has also received many other honors during her six years of 4-H club work. t Elizabeth was judged the Northeast District leadership winner for 199! by the members of the Extension staff in Little Rock. She is t candidate for area personality winner. . Elisabeth has been a winner In almost every project. She has been a member of several panels at district and state meetings. She has held the following offices in her local club: president, vice- president, secretary and reporter. She was elected vice-president of the North Mississippi 4-H County Janit Poifl« to HOLLYWOOD (II— Actress Jtnls Paige and Arthur Slander, who produces her TV show, will b« married Jan. 18 in Las Vegas, Nev., hera gent announced. It will be the second marriage for each. Council and Is now serving as president. PROMOTED — fvt. First Class Kenneth L. Craig, left, of Kennett, receives congratulations and his orders following his re- Tv-t-* i- C"3t no>c T CInrk—coi»maudino officer AT LACKLAND—Kenneth Eugene Cole, 19, son of Mrs. Willie Shisenhall, of 919 S. Broadway, Osceola, is completing his air force basic training: at Lackland Air Force Base, Tex. His work is him fnr pntrandft into of the Tokyo Army Hospital's Enlisted Detachment where Craig is assigned. Craig is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Odell Craig, of 405 S. Baker Dr., Kenuett. He has been overseas since February, 1955. air force technical training or for a duty assignment. WAC STUDENT ,— Pvt. Sammye .Colemah, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Roscoe Coleman, of 1415 W. Main, has been assigned to Food Service School at Fort Benning, da. She recently completed eight weeks basic UUIUUICICU *^*B"U TT^CJfcJ' W...J1*- training at Women's Army corps Center, Fort McClellan, Ala. News of Men In the Service Sgt. First CSass Harold S. Tipton, 28, son of W. F. Tipton, Route 1, Hayti, recently took part in "Polo Ball," a Seventh Army command post exercise in Germany. The exercise tested communications, clothing, equipment and supply operations in snow, rain, mud, cold and wind. Tipton. chief clerk in the 10th Infantry Division Artillery's Headquarters Battery, arrived overseas last July. In the Army since 1945, he holds the Commendation Ribbon and the Korean Service Ribbon. His wife, Audrey, is with him in Germany. Sgt. First Class Remmel T. Miller, 27, son of Mrs. Mayme Rossetti Miller, 200 3merson St., Kennett, recently was graduated from the Seventh Army Non-Commissioned Officer Academy in Munich, Germany. A member of the staff at the 5th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital, he successfully completed-a five-week course in leadership, map-reading and other military subjects. Miller, whose wife, Bertha, is with him in Germany, arrived i overseas on this tour of duty last] October. He entered the Army in TRAINING — George Allen Woodhouse, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Simpson, Route 2, BOX: 231, Blytheville, is taking basic 1 training at Lackland Air' Force Base, Tex. Upon completion he will be transferred to a specialized air force duty. 1947. Among the sergeant's decorations are the Commendation Ribbon and the 0N and Korean Service Medals. Chaplain Named In Custody Suit LOS ANGELES (ft— An accountant has accused his divorced wife of consorting in the nude with Charles Chaplain Jr. Irving Zeitlin, in a dispute over custody of his adopted son, accused Mrs. Delores Zeitlin of being nude with the son of the famed comedian in her home last June. She and Chaplain denied the accusation Monday before a domestic rela-: tions court commissioner. | "It's absolutely untrue; nothing like that ever happened," said Mrs. Zeitlin, 25. Chaplian previously had denied any improper con-: duct and Mrs. Zeitlin's lawyer said : he would be called as a witness to deny the accusation. The Zeitlins were divorced last i April She received custody of Barry, 2, but'Zeitlin, 40, now seeks I the boy. _ . i Rear 1 Courier News Classified Ads Attention Farmers! Now is the time to have your cotton seed delinted and treated for best results in your spring planting ' CALL US NOW FOR APPOINTMENT Blytheville Delinting Corp. S. Highway 61 Phone 3-6258 You Can Own Your Own Home HOMES SALE Two, Jhree And Four Bedrooms Complete with All Fixtures Bathroom, Kitchen Sinks, Hot Water Heater and Space Heaters Completely Remodeled (like new) Inside and Out If You Own Your Own Lot - No Down Payment Is Necessary All You Pay Is Moving and Closing Costs. Delta Home Investment Co. OPEN WEEKDAYS AND SUNDAY 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. Blytheville, Arkansas (Formerly Veterans Housing Quarters) Phone 3-3369 "A T 'SFRCT10H SDRBJUITKD OB YCM MONEY BBCK • CLEARANCE BIG MONEY-SAVING REDUCTIONS! SKIRTS Regular and Extra Sizes Values To SALE 3.99 4:99 4.99 2.00 3.00 4.00 HANDBAGS Regular 98c 1.59 1.99 2.99 SALE 60c 1.00 1.50 2.00 DRE Junior - Misses Values To so T99 799 Q99 12" SSES - Women's Sizes SALE 3"' AM goo •700 ROBES-DUSTERS LOUNGING PAJAMAS Our Entire Stock Included Big Savings Regular SALE 99to 4A99 Q99to 4A •799 io 099 JT99 to /99 £ Jf- 00 00 All sizes! These are Tremendous Bargains and will make wonderful Valentine Gifts! BLOUS Regular and Extra Values To 1.59 1.99 2.99 4!99 ES Sizes SALE 1.00 1.50 2.00 3.00 GIRLS DRESSES Sizes 3 to Gx — 7 to U — Prcteen 10-14 Flannel - Cotton - Chenille ROBES AND DUSTERS Regular SALE 3.99 3.00 2.99 2.00 NYLON SLIPS - PETTICOATS GOWNS-BABY DOLL PAJAMAS Regular 5.99 3.99 • CORO BOXED JEWELRY Earrings — Necklaces — Braclets — Pins Regular SALE 1.99 98c 59c 1.25 59c 3?c 2 for fl.OO 8 for $1.00 SAVE! SAVE! USE OUR LAY AWAY GRABERS Many Other Clearance Items Special Purchase! Big Value Children's 2-Bar Tricot RAYON PANTIES 29c VALUES ; H»njwM4 trM rtyk with •Uwtto tec tad. mM t*n«. Sim » U1. <M«r M*lM- Hi* Brand M«w! 15 Mcnon

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