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MONDAY. MARCH 29, 1943 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Births in Missco Listed for March 150 Babies Listed On Certificates Filed With State Agency During the month of March, more than 150 birtlis went on record in Mississippi County according, to Harry Lee Williams, director Jt Bureau of Vital statistics, Little Reck. Mr. Williams reports tlie following birtlis: Erasmo and Elvira Mendiola, Luxora, girl. Enadina; Franklin and j*V!arlh;i Milligan, Hayti, boy. Micli- 'ae! Wayne: Everett and Camclii Baugh Hughes, boy. James Phillip; Berl and Jueldee Wilkinson. Burdette. boy. Jack Wayne; Leonard and Helen Meadows", Blylheville, lirl, Margaret Louise; Anderson and Prances Cannon, Holland, girl, Brcnda Lee; Robert and Martna Porter, Blythevil'e, girl, Judith Lynch; Roy and Mattie Waldo, Luxora, boy. Larry Dewayne; Arils and Maida Christam, Wilson, girl, Di-- annc; Connie and Alene Hay, Steete, Mo., boy, Ronnie Lynn. Roney and Ester Tucker, Blytheville, girl, Sonia Ann; James and Sena Edwards, Blythevillc, boy, Frederick Wilson; John V. and Mildred Wisdom, Blytheville. boy. Terry Dale; John R. and Dollie Lambert, Blytheville, girl, Sandra Kay; Clyde A. and kettle Turner, Bly- thevlue. boy. James Allen; James and Alice Maxwell. Steele, Mo., Bill, LaDonna Janette; Herbert E. and Martlm Graham, Blytheville. boy, Charles Herbert; Perry and Mabel Todd, Blytheville, girl, Betty Jean. Otto Joe and Lillie Gee Downing, Blytheville, boy, unnamed; Sammie and Irene Neely. Holland. Mo., "ir). Sandra Irene; Thomas and Willie Smalley. Blytheville. boy. Tlionus Ray; Doyne and Wanda Turnage, Blytheville, toy Charles Scott; Noel and Mildred Dean. Caiutliersvill2, girl. Sara Elizabeth; William and Jimmie Walkins, Blytheville, boy, William Lynn; Clarence and Doris Larren, Manila, girl, Sandra Ann; Roy W. and Gertrude Bidwell, Blytheville, girl, aharan Kay. ^ Jeff and Dorothy Dedmon. Coot- ™r, Mo., boy, Steve Oliver; Odcll and Veatus Robbins. Steele, Mo., girl, Shelby Jean; Glentis and Dorothy Decker Leachville, girl. Ruth Ann; J. H. and Cecil Little, Holland, girl, Diannp. June; Ed G. and Francis Murff. Blytheville, boy Nathan G.; G. A. and Ludcen Murdough, Manila, boy. Danny Lynn; James and Betty Bills, Blytheville. girl, Martha Jane; Herman C. and Elina , --* --• Hart. Luxora, boy, Kenneth Wayne: ••""" Chester and Eula Henson. Blythe- ?°f • - vilie, boy. Danny Lee; L. B. and ! _ Billie Gilbon, Blytheville. girl. Daf- fard Ann; James and Lillie Ferguson, Blytheville. boy, James Elgin. Paul D. and Elva Lawrence. Blytheville. boy, Donald Ray; Max and Leila Green, Steele, Mo., girl. Re- Some 'Maybe's' on the Russian Timetable PAGE 8EVEV atRuni ld find euuie Io tend nlotiiil-wor-lorn PofeUine "loprciene QIC stepping up a and Ko.tona.rT-.ycil 300.000 poiu-j on tlanVol the Fo Vaiiey heart of haljr'i northern ind oreo whcie lla "Where will the Russian bear's claw be felt next?" is the question worrying the western democratic nations. Map above illustrates USSR's recent strategic moves and Indicates possible next ones. Most apparent target seems Italy (1), whose April IB elections are critical. But Moscow mav cross up the "exports" by making a move in the Mediterranean irea against Greece (2) or toward Russia's Ipng-soucnt objectives in Turkey (3-4) and In oil-rich Iran (5). Smith, Steele, Mo., boy, Dcwayii; John and Olcnza Luxora, girl, Judy Fay; Carl and Dorothy Carlton, Stcele, girl, Re- glna Ann; Gerald T. and Eris Smith, Blytheville. boy, Richard Thomas; Elvis and Clara Conley. Luxora. girl, Unnamed! Art'.ur a: \ Carmella Bowmen, Dell, girl, Mary Jane. Harlan R. and Francos Summers, Wilson, girl, Carol Ann; Beckless and Jessie Kelly, Steele, Mo., girl, Virginia Louise; H. E. and Betty Proctor, Steele, Mo., boy, Terry Dewayne; Melvln and Doris Kifer, Holland, Mo., boy. Alen Wayne; C. E. and Susie Bullard, Osceola, girl, charlotte Jo.. Carl- Iton M. and Mildred James, BlyUie- villa, girl, Alice Marie; Paul and Pnulcan bowdcr, Blytheville, girl, Michael j girl, Glynda Kay; Cecil and Thelma iter, Lepanto. girl. SuUon,| McCloud, Manila, girl, Patricia Ann; ' Frank A. and C •1, Palsy Ann Joyce. Geneva Ivy, Kelser, Charles I. ana KUDy uavls, Manila. j * lr |; **"* *""'> "' T ' »»<t I'carl cirl Deborah Sue- Vernnn Ler and Bull ? r . Armorel, boy. .Mines Thorn '' Peggy R. Vernon Lee; James L- and Ada E. Russell, Manila, girl, Flora Lee; Robert and Zetta Vail, Manila, boy, John Lcland. M. W. mid Augusta Oordon, Lcachville. girl, Linda Fay; H. W. and Gertrude Baletine, Dell, boy. Jack William; Marvin and Hat«l Helton. Manila, girl, Geraldine; R. V. and Ada Johnson, Manila, boy, William Darreil; L. T. and Coy Griffin, Luxora. girl. Velma Elizabeth; H. B. and Wllma Mitchell, _ Luxora, boy. Jerry Thomas. James and Lou Ann Samples, Ma_ ntla. girl, Vivimi Yvonne; Alvin and JeanTynn; J. T.'and"Clara Wilson! I Wanda Acree, Manila, boy, Larry Blytheville, boy. Jerry Lauerl; I Cannell; Walter and Be.ssle Piland. and Natalia Gray, Luxora, Donald George; W. H. and Vandergriff, Luxora, girl, Terry Jean. Gerald and Jessie Lambert, girl. Steele. Carolyn Elizabeth; D. W. and Maple Jones, Wilson, girl.Linda Ami; James and Pannie Phillips, Osceola. girl. Patricia Ann; Erskne and Manila, girl, Alma Jean; W. H. and Pearl Pitchford, Wiseman, boy. Mickey Lee; Fred and Erm» McDonald, Keiser, girl, Joyce Rae; Roy 5. and Reba Vail. Manila, girl. Kathleen; Max and Delolt Fowler, Manila, girl, Patrica Ann; Loyce and Edn& Johnson, Wilson, girl, Linda Joyce; B. H. and Dorothy s; H. L. and Ethel Calvary, Joiner, boy, Larry Roy; Earl and Flo vis. Blythevillc, boy. Robert Earl; Roy and ./ewcll Arms, Lepanto, boy, Edward Lee; Wm. V. and Florence | Button. Luxora, girl, Billie Ruth; Stance! and Zella Mne Dunn, Armorel. boy, Standl Edward; Phillip D and Mary Allrcd. Cherry Valley, boy. Michael Genen; Grady -.nd Dorothy Brown, Blylheville, girl, Barbara Mac. Joe and Emma Minor. Tyrotiza rirl, Judy Ann; Leslie and Juanita DavLson, Manila, girl, Rose Marv; John and Janle Fleming, Osceola, girl, Brenda Jane. Rodney W. and Edith McLean, Kelser. boy. Danney Lynn; Floyd and Helen Wright. Manila, girl, Judy Oayle; Henry and Harriett Hef- lln, Marked Tree, boy, Henry Wallace; William and Mabel Harrison. Joiner, boy, William Eugene; Loy Lynn; Johnnie -L. and Martha Plunkett, Blytheville, boy. Charles Wesley; L. W. and Billye Fulgham, Blytheville, boy. Kenneth Robert; Harvey and Josephine Darr. Ca- ruthersvUle, Mo., girl, Sue Ellen; Ernest and Pauline Razor, Steele, L.Mo., boy, Reginald Wayne; C. F. "'and Marian Jorbne, Steele, Mo., boy. Charles Christopher; M. E. and Alice Wood. Blytheville, boy, Ronald Edward; W. G. and Anna J. Rambo, Blytheville, girl. Patricia Fay; Orvil and Dorothy Archer. Steele, Mo., girl, Carolyn Sue; William and Pauline Shanks, Blythc- ville, girl. Unnamed. Herbert and Mary Smythe, Blytheville, girl. Macneda Sue; W. A and Louis Anflers, Manila, girl, Velma; Guy and Malra Trccce, Blytheville. girl, Dianna; William P. and Mary Sue Key, Blytheville, boy. Ronald David; B. R. and Patricia Allen, Blytheville, girl, Marian Louise; Roy and Carmel \Valker, Luxora, boy, Unnamed; Cagei and Ottie Garner. Blytheville, girl. Janice Marie; C. D. and Norma Chambers, Blytheville, boy. Charles Delbert; A. B. and Nellie Truck. Armorel. boy. David Allen; Herman and Dottle Davis. Blytheville. boy, Michael Lynn; Harry and Elaine SEMO THEATRE Steele, Mo. Phone 27 Sun. and Mon., Mar. 28-2S Z»ch»ry Scott. Betty Field, J. Carrol Nalsh, Beulah Bond! and Percy Kilbririr In "THE SOUTHERNER" The picture that never lets fo of your heart! From the novel that won the National Book Prize. Latest News! Selected Short lOc—Prices—35c Tliurs. and Friday, April 1 and 2 Ruby Bowden, O.sceola, girl, Nanc/ | Jerett, Leachville, boy, George .y; Glen and Mary Neal, Lepanto. I Thomas; LeRoy and Alma Chronis- OP Representative Asks For Ouster of Marshall As Secretary of State WASHINGTON, Mar, M. (UP)— Rep. Harold Knutson, R., Minn., oday renewed his demand that Secretary o( State Qwcfe C. Mar- liall be ousted frow office "with- 'Ut delay." Elaborating on an editorial pub- ished last week In his iwwapeper, he Wadena, Minn,, Pioneer Journal, Knutson said Marshall'* dismissal was necessary "If we'would ivert war." "With thf critical condition* r.x- stlng all over the world today, *. s Imperative that the foreign »('airs of this country be In the and Loreda Price, Dyes*, boy, Herbert William; Olaience and Romle Ainsworth, Frenehmin »»you, boy, Clarence Joseph, E. T.. and Bonnie Murphy, Manila, girl. Kathy Lorene; Noth M. and Vivian aPssmore. Dywi, girl, Rose Mary; Qulnlon D. and Myrtle Henry. Osceola, girl, unnamed; Robert and June Johnson, Manila, girl, Lora June; Oant and Kathryn Summer, Manila, girl. Patsy Ruth; William B. and Rosebud Ftari, Leachville, boy, Alfred R»y; R. O. and Hattle Orlgss, Luiora, boy ateve Laman; Frank P. and Foy Ellra- bclh Gibson, Lepanto, boy, Terry Wayne; Claude and Polly Anne Casey, Huffman, boy, Coy Edward; Jlnunlc V. and Sylvia McCabe, Manila, boy, Richard Leiter. Robert Lee and Lorene Nance, Manila, girl, Wanda Sue; William A and Margaret McOvime. Osceola, girl, Barbara Ann; Ray and Winnie Baker, Luxora, boy, Benny Leo; C. C. and Freda Smith, Hacked boy, George Edwin; C. J. and Lucy Banks, Manila, girl, Betty Ann; William T. and Laura Ford, Tyron- ra. boy, William Theodore; Winifred D. and Rose Lanidale, Dyns, boy. Robert Allen; A'liirey N. anil Millie Parson. Dyess, girl, Mary Lou; E. J. anrt Wilma Griffin. Trumann. boy, Donald James; H. W. and Gladys Rose, Caraway, boy, Harlc Brous. C. E. and Lor hit Reagan, West Ridge, boy, Thomas Dewey; B. L. ami Louise Thompson, West Ridge, boy, Jlmmle Lynn; Neal J. and Mary Mlnyard. Dell, girl, Williams; George and Anna Bruce. Osceol*. boy, Dan Arron; Davis C. and Jan- nle Stcele, Lepanto, girl, Zeta May; Wistcr A. and Wilmn Evans, Osceola, boy, Perry Lee; John and Hazel Catt, Joiner, boy, Jimmy Edvi; Elmer and Mildred Pankey, Osceola, girl, Glenda Faye; Glenn O. and Clara Meadows, Otceola boy, Billie Carrie Barton, Oaceola, boy, Ton- icy Jerry; Peyton and Clara Mead ows, Osceola. boy, Billie Wayne; T. C. and Allle McAnally, Leptuto, boy, Don Ray. William H. and Floretle Kennedy, TyronM. girl, Neva Relle; O. O. and Hoggard. Osceola, boy, Larry i O'Neal; Elmer B. and Martha Stew- ; art. Osceola, boy Jimmy Wayne; hands of trained, skilled dlplomuls," he said. "Bused on his record of numeroiK failures, 1 don't believe Marshall mccU those qunllflcii- tlons." Knut.son Is chairman of Die House Ways and Means Committee. Final Miitsco School flection Returns Fifed Piling of school election returns for 1MI wa,s completed for Missis- Wesley Aqulla; Wlll;.rd M, and Nora C. Lovcll, Osceola. girl, Brcndn Joyce. slppl County today when County Supervisor Jolm Mtyes announced that the BrJnkley district elecUd Raydo Veach (or Die fivc-ytar term, and Louli Btugher for tlic three- year term. All other district returns were reported Iwt week. C. J. I/owrance, ol Driver, iind G. B. Sejraves, of Occeola, were re- elecled to 5-year terms on the Mississippi County Bnard of Education from Zone 3. These men were un- oppo.'ied for the election. A split fan bell In an automobile may cause a noise llkea a bearing knock. RNJIS WMIrTilttRBI RHEUMATIC PAIN MISEtlES go to tb« druc «tor* aaMva MlWMitt >luU mud t»t> bottUof (Mao«C4Bk This ii the bMt-kna»a hoai hiln !• t*« Koulh for reU«f of rhtunutM j»» wh« dampMM aaH bad wwikar Ui letl 10 pwnful and i >nu»!ly >nd bl««cd to bciaj afad lM from ti»t rt "ml»ery." Caution: Vm ami dirtcttd. Aak far a botU* of C- ir M tUt, »nd Ruby Banks. Osceola, girl, Doris Ann; John and Urla Scrivner, Huffman, boy. Arlee Budford; E. W. and Tressle Vance. Manila, girl, Roszetta; Cecil and Mary Berry, Luxora, girl, Sundra Kaye; A. H. James O. and Iva O. .Roberts, Leachville, girl, Olenda Pay; El- bcrl J. and Lucy Cornell, Leachville. boy, Talmadge Wayne; Wilburn L. and Mary Hill. Osceola. boy. Charles Wllburn; Wesley, A and Flarance Jones. Leachvllle, boy, Your Call Delivers! Remington Adding Machines Remington Typewriters 2 New Cash Registers GET THE DON EDWARDS HABIT: Blytheville merchants the town over are finding that our instant delivery service on the supplies they want is unexcelled. We call it the "Don Edwards Habit" because it's rare that one try with us does not become repeat business. We hav« what you want in office supplies for delivery. JVHEN you WANT it! SEVERAL USED AND REBUILT CASH REGISTERS FOR SALE /FS 3382 FOR OFFICE MACHINES and SUPPLIES! Don Edwards Co. 112 West Walnut Street Blytheville, Ark; fREBUIlf - MOTORS Complete Machine Shop Service We Rebuild Auto or Tractor Engines FARMERS! GARAOKMKN! LET US 1)0 YOUR WOR''? * Engines Rebuilt. * Crankshafts Ground * Blocks Rebuilt * Crankshafts Ground * Blocks Electro Welded *He«ds Klectro Welded "Valve I'orts Repaired * Sleeves Installed We make all types of hearings—any size A complete stock of engine repairs for all makes tractors. Call us at any time or ship work via freight. 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