The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 5, 1955 · Page 16
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PAGE SIXTEEN BLYTHEV1LLB (ARK.)' COUKIBB HEWS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1055 Commodity Arid Stock Markets- Ntw York Cotton Dec Mar May N«w Oct Dec " Mar '. (U:M 3220 3235 3205 3207 ... 3139 322! 3182 3195 ... 3105 3128 3105 3118 ...... 3084 3102 3068 3089 Orleans Cotton ... 3216 3216 3215 3215 ...... 3195 3220 3180 3195 ....... 3115 3133 3115 3126 3087 3097 3068 3091 Chicogo Wheat Dec .202% 204 «, 202'i 203% May .... 203'/2 203»4 202 & 203 Vi Chicago Corn Deo .... 132J4 133% 13114 132 May .... 139?:, 139% 1383,i 139 Chicago Soybeans Nov .... 245(4 247!i 244 U 245?i Jan .... 249 25014 24714 249 Mar .... 250% 252% 249!'., 25! July .... 251 251 248 Va 350 New York Stackt A T and T ................ Amer Tobacco ............ Anaconda Copper ......... Beth Steel ................. Chrysler ................. Coca-Cola ................ Gen Electric .............. Gen Motors ............... Montgomery Ward ........ N Y Central .............. Int Harvester ............. Republic Steel ............. Radio .................... Socony Vacuum ........... Studebaker ............... Standard of N J .......... Texas Corp ............... Sears .................... U S Steel ................. OSCEOLA 179 1-4 76 1-2 69 3-8 154 961-2 127 49 1-8 139 3-4 88 1-2 453-4 37 1-8 487-8 45 3-8 57 1-4 10 132 3-8 10V 107 5-8 57 1-2 NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, HI. IB— CCSDA)— Hogs 9,500; fairly active early; later slow; ' barrows and gilts 190 Ibs. up 25-40 lower than yesterday's average; 200-260 Ibs. barrows and gilts 15.75-85; 170190 Ibs. 15.00-65; 150-170 Ibs. 14.0015.26; 124-140 Ibs. 12.50-13.75; sows 400 Ibs. down 14.50-15.25. Cattle 2,500; calves 700; opening trade active and strong; yearlings and medium weight steers 21.0022.25; few lots choice mixed steers and heifers 21.00-23.00; utility and commercial 11.00-13.00; canner and cutter bulls 9.00-11.00; good and choice slaughter calves 16.0020.00. (Continued from Page !•) Rev. Talbot was the Rev. Prank C. Morris, who was from Tuscumbia Presbytery, Ala. He was » staunch Presbyterian, however one branch of his family went into the Roman Catholic Church. The church underwent a lot of hardships in its early days. In 1892, 58 members were listed. In 1904 there were still 58 members. In 1914 there were only 25 members, but the diehards kept plugging to maintain a Presbyterian Church in Osceola. After 84 years of existence the membership swelled in 1939 to 91 members. Now on the threshold of their ICOth anniversary the membership is comparatively small compared to that, of the younger churches in Osceola, with a membership now of 135. The members worship in a beautiful Arkansas fieldstone building,! brought here from Bradford, Ark. The church is designed in the style of an English country-side church, with open timber roof. liuill in '36 Actual construction work began on Dec. 15, 1936. The building was ready for occupation on June 1, 1937. The builling is now valued at S200,- 000. The construction work was carried on during the time that the church was without a minister and when completed—except for composition tile floor covering and partition separating the church proper and social hall, the church had no debt. The tile floor was covered about a year ago with a red velvet carpet. The sanctuary is air conditioned. The chancel, which has three lancet windows, has space at either side for choir and orgainst and a place for the communion table under the chancel window. A Geneva pulpit is located at- one side of the chancel. The windows are in leaded steel frames and are of accidental pieces of antique marine glass. Up until only a few years ago, the bell from the old church was used in the new church tower. A permanent light burns nightly atop the church spire. The building committee consisted of R. C. Bryan, Joe Cromer, A. W. Bowen and the Inte George Doyle. Elders in the church have included John Bowen, John W. Williams, C. C. Morris, N. G. Cartwright, L. G. Clere, gd H. Mathis, John Mathes, P. M. Meyers, W. F. Work Starts On City's New Directory Work is progressing rapidly on Blytheville's new.city directory according to Jada McGuire, Chamber of Commerce manager. Arrangements have been made with the publisher to issue a special Chamber of Commerce brochure, which will contain photographs of local business, professional and civic leaders. The brochure will appear as a preface in the city directory and will be reprinted for distribution to industries and Chambers of Commerce all over the United States. Both the brochure and the directory will be ready early next year. In addition to the photographs the brochure will contain a full analysis of the advantages offered industry by BlytheviUe, and the story of Blytheville's growth and development. Preparation of the brochure is under the direction of O. A. Kintz, Memphis, who will be in Blytheville about three months. Fined for Larceny Raymond Eugene Martin pleaded guilty to a charge of petty larceny in Municipal Court this morning and was fined S25 and costs and sentenced to one day in jail. In a state case heard this morning, Vernon G. Smithson forfeited bond of ?19.75 on a charge of running a stop sign. Williams, O. R. Brickey, W. M. Morris, L. A. Morris, A. W. Bowen, J. H. Hook; E. S. Chiles, George Doyle, Joe Cromer, A. P. Spiese, R. C. Bryan, S. W. Bowker, Joe Cromer, P. D. Johnson, Dick Cromer and Lloyd Godley. Mrs. Alex Goodrich, who came to Mississippi County in the early 70's, was the first woman in the church to lead the women in their work. At that time it was known as the Guild, changing in later years (1912) to he Women's Auxiliary. Now the women's group in the church is known as Women of the Church. Plans are now underway to spend $850 on the construction of additional class rooms and a recreation center. MODERN VERSION - Carlo Collodi's wooden puppet, "Pinocchio," is being refashioned in bronze by sculptor Emilio Greco, shown in Rome finishing the chalk model. The modernistic statue shows the puppet looking up at the Blue-Haired Fairy, his protector in the story known by children of many countries. A heron, topping the work, symbolizes Pinocchio's change into a real boy. Funds for the statue, which will stand in the Gardens of Collodi in the author's home town of Pescia, Italy, were donated by children from all over the world. GREECE (Continued from Page 1) his forces into Greece Oct. 28, 1940. Dictator John Metaxas named him commander of all Greek forces and his troops scored repeated victories over the Italians until Nazi ?anzer divisions from Yugoslavia and Bulgaria invaded in the spring of 1941. Eight years later Papagos took command of the three-year-old Steele Council Gets Rummage Sale Protests STEELE — Steele City Council at a regular meeting Tuesday night had a couple of "headaches" — rummage sales and parking violations. Complaints to the mayor and aldermen that the seasonal rummage sales that invade the business section were unfair to merchants who paid privilege taxes resulted in an order that a notice be published in the local newspaper asking that individuals holding rummage sales hold theni in the yards at their residences. M(\yor Charles Bates told the aldermen during the discussion, that he had consulted with City Attorney George K. Reeves and had been informed that there was no law to prevent individuals holding rummage sales of their discarded clothing without tax. Several instances of parking violations were reported on sidewalks, private property and in safety zones. The police department was instructed to see that such violations cease. A bid was submitted for resurfacing blacktop streets of the city, also to include the application of asphalt materials to Division Street where adjoining property owners will pay a share of the cost. The council voted to have the work done. The street work will be done at once it was .stated. The cost will run around $8,200. It was reported that action in fluoridation of city water awaited a visit of a state board health official in November. A report from the sewage plant engineers will be at hand at a near date. Mayor Bates stated that a special election will be called before the first of the year to decide the issue of the city's proposed new sewage disposal plant. A demijohn of brandy was the usual trophy for the planter sending the first bale of cotton to market in Memphis. Tenn., each year, back in the 1850s. war against the Communist guerrillas in the northern mountains of Greece. Given dictatorial powers and large-scale U.S. aid. he won the war in six months. Subsequently he formed his rally party in an effort to end the governmental instability resulting from Greece's multiparty system. LOOK AT ALL THE CHECKERED FLAGS CHEVROLET'S COLLECTED! Drive with care...EVERYWHERE! Great Features back up Chevrolet Performance: Body by Fisher—Ball-Race Steering—Outrigger Rear Springs —Anti-Dive Braking—12-Volt Electrical System —Nine Engine-Drive Choices. Every checkered flag signals a Chevrolet victory in official 1955 stock car competition—not only against its own field but against many American and foreign high-priced cars, too! Let's translate these Chevrolet victories into your kind of driving. You've got to have faster acceleration to win on the tracks. And that means safer passing on the highways. You've got to have better springing and suspension'. Again, safer and happier motoring for you. You've got to have big brakes that act fast and smooth ... and easy, accurate steering. More things that make your driving safer. But it's more fun to try these things put than just to talk about them. So come in and let's take a ride. DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. FAYETTEVIltE, N.C. COLUMBIA, S.C. YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO ATLANTA, GEORGIA JERSEY CITY, N.J. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS PITTSBURGH, PA. TORONTO, CANADA BELMAR, N.J. CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA BALTIMORE, MD. FLOYD, VA. WlNSTON-SALEM, N.C. GRAND FORKS, N.D. MINOT, N.D. LYNCHBURG, VA. CANFIELD, OHIO MILWAUKEE, Wly CINCINNATI, OHIO FLAT ROCK, MICH. JEFFERSONVILLE, IND. DARLINGTON, S.C. HAMMOND, IND. DETROIT, MICH. The safer car wins ... and Chevrolet's the winning car NOW'S THE TIME TO BUY! LOW PRICES-BIG DEALS! ENJOY A NEW CHEYROIET SULLIVAN-NELSON CHEVROLET CO. Ml W. Walnut Phone 1-4578 Small Sub Gets Real Test Run AVALON, Santa Catalina Island, Calif, W) — The Seahorse I, a 16- foot submarine, has crossed the 21- mile Catalina Channel. The sub, powered by a 25-horse* power engine, stayed submerged most of the time. It burned only three gallons of fuel during the 6 ! /2-hour crossing from the mainland yesterday. . The two operators — Gustav Daila Valle and Dick Anderson — wore diving masks with oxygen bottles on their backs. The 2,500-pound craft, modeled after World War II Italian submarines, plodded along at a steady five knots. Owner Richard Kline says the vessel has great possibilities for underwater photography, exploration and sightseeing. Real Holiday HERMITAGE, Mo. Ml — Hickory County officials took It seriously when Gov. Phil M. Donnelly declared yesterday a legal holiday for a special election on state public school aid. They closed the courthouse and didn't even count the votes cast in the referendum. Ha/feck to Speak KANSAS CITY 1st — Rep. Charles A. Halleck (E-Ind) will be the keynote speaker at a $100-a-plate Republican dinner here tomorrow night. Some 50Q party followers from Missouri and Kansas are expected to attend. Mother Convicted DETROIT W — An all-woman Jury last night convicted Mrs. Eosemary Jacques, 31, wife of a Detroit policeman, of manslaughter in the fatal spanking of her (i- year-old foster son Robert Sznbo after the hoy wet his pants. She will be sentenced Oct. 15. Maximum penalty is 15 years. Franco Is Well BARCELONA, Spain tfj — Spanish government sources today said Generalissimo Franco is in excellent health and spirits. They denied a report in the Times of London that he is about to undergo a prostate operation. ( HELP WANTED, FEMALE Well settled woman, who Is a good shorthand stenographer and keeps Looks, to meet the public and can assume responsibilities, .Must bu permanent. Pleasant working conditions, bonus and opportunity for advancement. Full salary while training under experienced personnel. Statt* salary and experiened lu own handwriting. Inquiries will be held confidential. UNITED INSURANCE AGENCY 111 W. Alain Hlytheville, Ark. Yankee whalemen charted hundreds of islands in the South Seaa during the 19th century. NOTICE Dr. I. L. Carlton, M.D.| and Dr. W. 0. Green, Jr., M.D. Have opened the Dr. Cooper office In Cooler, Missouri. Office Hours are Announced As Mon.-Sat. 12:30-5:30 THE PUBLIC is CORDIALLY INVITED to Two Hours of Free Entertainment See Oddfellows and Rebekohs in action from Missouri and Arkansas. Date: Thursday, Oct. 6th Place: The Armory-N. 2nd St. The Only Exclusive Men's Store In Mississippi County AS SEEN -TIME "ORLON" GIVES LUXURY SOFT SUITS THE WELL-GROOMED LOOK Expect more than the traditional in soft, luxurious suits made with "ORLON"* says this DuPont ad in Time. The Viralon Flannel (30% ORLON-70% wool) and Viralon Covert (50% ORLON-50% wool) illustrated are tailored exclusively by Hart Schaffner & Marx. They're wonderfully practical... ORLON helps them hold their press and shape. .. and they're light and comfortable to wear'. We have them for you in the new Trend model at tSCHAFFNERj •"ORLON" U DuPont's trademark for its acrylic fib«r. I-

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