The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 11, 1955 · Page 9
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1055 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE NINB Hall Sees GOP Win Even If Eisenhower Doesn't Run NEW YORK (AP) — Republican National Chairman Leonard \V. Hall says that even if President Eisenhower does not run in 1956, the GOP will win with the help of "Ike's philosophy, personality and the record of his administration." And if the President should rte- oide to seek re-election, Hnll suid yesterday, he will "sweet) Uie country Just as he did four years ago." Hall told a "Pulse of the Nation" luncheon, given by New York's National Republican Club, that only the President could say whether he will seek re-election. "We must leave that decision entirely to the President himself," Hall said. He said he had no idea when Eisenhower would announce his plans, but he thought the President's heart attack might prompt an earlier announcement than would normally be exnected. "Dynamic Policy" In foreign affairs, Hall said, the President has brought in a "bold and dynamic" policy io replace "indecision and fumbling;." On the. domestic scene, he said. "more Aniericans are working at more jobs, making more money with more take-home pay and more value to their dollar to buy more good things of life than ever in our history.'' "And it hasn't taken a war lor America to be prosperous," he added. "The Republican party represents prosperity with peace. The New and Pair Deals were never able to achieve prosperity without war. or peace without unemployment and depression." Girl 3, Killed, Five Injures By Runaway Truck PROVIDENCE, R. L. (.# — A 3- year-old gir! was crushed to death and five others injured yesterday when a runaway trailer truck crashed against a laundry wagon and pushed it against a group of pedestrians. Little Cathy Holmes died beneath her seriously Injured mother, Mrs. gram needs "reappraisal" in some Josephine Holmes, 27. A second countries, but is generally "well handled." The Tennessee Democrat, near- REAL COOL "POLICY"—w. Clement Stone, right, takes out insurance on his office personnel for next winter in the form of a huge portable swimming pool which he has installed outside his Chicago, 111-, office. Stone, an insurance agent, estimates that secretaries, if kept cool during this sizzling summer, will drum up warm business for him next winter. Sen. Kefauver Says Far East Aid Generally Well Handled Inside Sen KEFAUVER 2-24 TOKYO— (fP)U. S. Sen. Estcs Kefauver said yesterday he thought America's big Par Eastern aid pro- Holmes child, Maureen, 5 months, was injured in her smashed baby carriage. Mrs. Holmes was wheeling the carriage with Cathy walking beside her near a group of pedestrians. Suddenly the vehicles plowed over the sidewalk, pinning many of the pedestrians against a factory building. Others Injured were Mrs. Francis Gallagher, 44; Mrs. Gloria McFarland, 26; and Mrs. Estelle Mo- gera, 37. The driver of the truck, John F. Rlley Jr., 20, Rogers, Conn., escaped injury. He said the brakes failed. Raymond T. Patton, 23. driver of the laundry truck, leaped to safety. Truck Crash Kills 11 MAZATLAN, Mexico (>Pj—A loaded freight truck overturned on the Guadalajara-Nogales highway yesterday, crushing to death 11 persons riding among the boxes and crates' es passengers. The dead included j five children. Police said the driver I had charged his passengers a fee for j hte trip to Guadalajara and fled aft- j er the accident. j Crop Estimate Shows Increase LITTLE ROCK W) — Arkansas' 1955 cotton crop was estimated yesterday at 1.460,000 bales. That's an increase over the 1.325,000 bales estimated a month ago. The final estimate last year was 1,351,000 bales, and, the 1944-53 yearly average for Arkansas was 1,386,000 bales. ing the end of a seven-nation Far Eastern tour, said the balance between economic and military funds should be examined in particular cases. "But on the whole I would say the money is well received, well used and handled by good personnel,' he said in an Interview before flying to Korea. He reported he will have "a good many recorrunenda tions" to make to the Senate Armed Services Committee when he returns to Washington. He was briefed on the militajrj situation for nearly two hours today by Gen. L. L. Lemnitzer, Far East commander, and his aides. OSCEOLA NEWS By Bttty* Nelle Starr Mrs. C. E. Butler, mother of Mayor Ben P. Butler and Guy Butler, is in Baptist Hospital in Memphis tor treatment. She will be there tor »cv- eral days. Her two sons drov* her down Thursday afternoon. Several Osceolans were In Mem- ,..iis to attend the Ole Miss-Vanderbilt football games. Include in the list were four graduates of Vanderbilt, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. B. Young and their son, Logan Youn^. Supt. H. L. Stanfill was in Littl* Rock during the week where he attended the Governors Conference on Education. Ray Morgan attended the Arkansas-Baylor football game Saturday in Waco, Tex. Mrs. Spencer Driver was hostess to the four-table bridge club Thursday afternoon at home on West Semmes. Special guests were Mrs. C. E. Dean, Mrs. Joe Cromer, Mrs. Charlie Hale and Mrs. A. R. Shearon. Macaroon pie and coffee were served upon arrival of the guests. Gurnsey lilies and white ageratum was used to decorate the living and dining rooms. In the games of bridge that followed, Mrs. Cromer won guest prize, Mrs. R. C. Bryan, club prize, and bridge went to Mrs. W. C. Mason. Mrs. Paul Luster is recuperating at her home on West Semmes following a stay of several days in Osceola Memorial Hospital. Miss Marjorie Doyle is expected ^ home Monday following surgery ten j ^ Mrs. Frank Williams have returned home after a visit in New Orleans. Mrs. Leo Shcreick was hostess Wednesday to her cunasta club. The group met at the Hut for a spaghetti luncheon. A red and purple color scheme was carried out in the table decorations. Red cockscomb and purple periwinkle in a tut glass bowl made,an attractive centerpiece. All members were present. Mrs. W. T. Lyttle won high score, Mrs. H. M. Alevander, won second and low went to Mrs. Earl San- Mrs. J. J. Lusk was surprised Thursday on her 75th birthday, when her daughter, Mrs. C. N. Lannum Invited members of her family to a birthday dinner in her honor. Mrs. J. H. Westbrook of Wilson uiis the only out-of-town member of the family who attended. Fall flowers formed the centerpiece for the dining table. A birthday cake filled with glowing candles and the singing of Hap- PS Birthday climaxed by opening gifts provided the occasion's merri- Mrs. H. M. Alexander and daughter Elizabeth Ann were among the Memphis visitors Thursday. Lt. and Mrs. Bobby Spann will be leaving in a few days for Fort Bliss, El Paso, Tex., where Lt. Spann to be stationed with the Army. The Osceola Parent-Teacher Asso- days ago in Baptist Hospital in Memphis. Mrs. David Laney served members of Town and Country Canasta Club a barbecue chicken dinner when they met with her Thursday. All members were present. Vivid fall flowers were used In the floral arrangements. Mrs. Sam Hodges invited Mrs. Guy Newcomb, Mrs.. Brad Cobb and Mrs. Gilbert Bernstein of New Orleans to be her guesti when she entertained members of Club 11 Thursday evening at her home. A dessert course preceded bridge games. Arrangement of mixed garden flowers were used to decorate the Hodges home on West Semmes. Mrs. Jasper Tomllnson entertained Thursday Canasta Club with i luncheon at the Seminole Club. Ail members were present. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ivy, Mr. and Read Courier News Classified Ads. Paint Closeout Many Types and Colon i Price Hubbard Hardware Kirby Drug Store $725 For Your Old I ELECTRIC RAZOR on a new Remington, Schlck, Sunbeam, Ronson t or N'orelco Reerve District No. 8 State No. 81-105 Report of Condition of The Farmers Bank And Truir Company I of BIytheville, Arkansas, at the close of buiinMS October 5, 1955, a Stale banking Institution organized and operating under the banking laws of ! this state and a member of the Federal Reserve System. Published In i accordance with a call made by the State Banking Authorities and by the I Federal Reserve Bank of this District. ASSETS Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve ........ balance, and cash items in process of collection .... 2,846,819.86 United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed ................. ....................... 2,845,125.00 Obligations of State and political subdivisions .............. 222,121.83 Other bonds, notes, and debentures Corporate stocks (including $30,000.00 stock of Federal Reserve banki Loans and discounts (including 52,455.66 overdrafts) Bank premises owned $47,500.00, furniture and and fixtures $19,024.00 (Bank premises owned are subject to Real estate owned other than bank premises Investments and other assets indirectly representing bank premises or other real estate ' Customer's liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding Other Assets TOTAL THEATRE On \V. Main St. In Rlylhcville Plione 3-46^1 j \Yeckdays Show Starts 7:fl()| [I.:,, - Sat. & Sun. 1:01) p.m The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Double Feature • FOB COVER — AND — ALSO CARTOON Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission l.'ic ci 35c Al All Times TUES.. WKD. & THl'RS. Douhle !•';..;lire 70,000.00 30,000.00 4,094,382.09 66.524.00 NONE NONE NONE NONE 71.562.02 ciation will meet at 7:30 Tuesday night at the elementary school. •s. D. Fred Taylor, Jr., is in charge the program. The theme for the organization's programs this yeao 1 is "Is It Well With the Child." Tuesday night there will be a panel discussion by a member from the city government, the church, the home and the school. Tuesday night's theme will be, "Is It Well Well With the Child, in the Home." President Dan Reid urges all parents to be present. Miss June Siunahn of East Chester, N. Y,, is jtepndlnK two weeks with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip George, in Luxora, her aunt, Mrs. R. 13. Lancsdon, and family and her uncle, Louis George, and family. Miss Samaha accompanied Mrs. Langsdon home who spent two weeks in New York with her two sisters. Mrs. Gene Teaford was hostess Wednesday to her bridge club at her mother's home, Mrs. C. F. Tomp- pins, in Burdette. A dessert course preceded the bridge games. Mrs. Clyde Whistle and Mrs. Dick Prewitt were guests. Allen Starr, student at Arkansas State College, was home over the weekend especially to attend centennial services at First Presbyterian Church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Newcomb and baby who recently moved back to Osceola following Mr. Newcomb's discharge from the Army, were in Blue Mountain, Miss., during the past week where they visited Mr. Newcomb's parents. Mrs. J. E. Jaco of Polk City. Pla., is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. E. Hunt. Miss Margaret Moffitt was in Memphis Friday where she went for treatment at Campbell CUnlc. She returned home the same day. Those in Memphis Friday to attend the Tri-States Council of the American Red Cross were Mrs. Stanley Carpenter, Mrs. Jonn W. Edrington and Mie. Ed Shippen. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Jones of Dumas were weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Douglas. covered by a hand made linen cloth. Twelve guests were at the informal morning party. Mrs. William Bard Edrington entertained with three tables of canasta Wednesday evening complimenting the two visitors, who are former Osceola girls. The two honorees were presented cotton blouses sprinkled with rhinestones. Mrs. H. J. Levenstein won high score. Low was awarded to Mrs. Snow Wilson, III. A dessert and coffee were served. Colorful arrangements of early fall flowers were used to decorate Mrs. Edrington's home. Purple asters decorated the new home of Mrs. Bill Joe Edrington when she complimented two out-of- town visitors Thursday morning with a coffee. The guests were Mrs. Ed Morgan of Nashville, Tenn., and Mrs. Gilbert Bernstein of New Orleans. Party foods and drinks were served from the dining table that was WE RENT • HOSPITAL BEDS . . . BABY BEDS • ROLLAWAY BEDS • USED REFRIGERATORS • USED WASHERS WADE FURNITURE CO. 112 W. Main Phone 3-1122 G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. FUEL OIL i Sell That Stuff" Phone 2-2089 Visit Conny'i Con*co Service, Ath fc Dirition ASSETS .................................... 10,246,694.80 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and and corporations Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings') Deposits, of States and political subdivisions D:'po?iis of banks Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etci TOTAL DEPOSITS S9.069.848.94 j Bills pava.ble,. rediscounts, and other liabilities lor I , borrowed money ', Mort^a^s nr other liens, NONE on bank premises and j NONE on other real estate Acceptances executed by or for account of this b?nk and outstanding Oih-r I'^'irties if*™.- KM SIMMONS • RflHT CAIHOUN • STIPHW KclUltl BRIAN AHERHI • Strttn pijy &y W.MiS WILl'AMQN r*3 CAi' ROBiNSOK • Uunc Wr.lltn tftd to^ucl-d By OIWITR1 TICMMf Pr&iK«d b? HOWARD MISCH • DTK:.J (7 JOHN fnsow A JOHN f ARROW ffWuetw. • » CQLimaiA PCTUS* — AND — ROTH COLEMAN M AM O CLARK GEORGE HOUSTON C«rtoon "Serial Lion" 5,929,797.65 1,393,576.76 72,576.60 791,396.11 311,720.15 70.781.67 NONE 57.351.5? RENT . MOVIE CAMERAS . FLASH CAMERAS Complete Selection of Flash Bulbs, Polaroid Film, Color Film, Movie Film BARNEY'S DRUG STORE 2006 W. Main Ph. 3-3647 TOTAL LIABILITIES fnot including subordinated obligations shotvn below i 9,127,200.46 OAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital' Surplus Undivided profits Reserves (and retirement account for preferred capital) TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 200.000.00 800.000.00 119,494,34 NONE 1.119,484.34 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 10,246,694.80 •This bank's capital consists of: First preferred stock with total par value of NONE total retirable value of NONE Second preferred stock with total par value of NONE total retirable value of NONE capital notes and debentures NONE Common stock with total par value of $200.000.00 MEMORANDA Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes 366.000.00 Obligations subordinated to claims of depositors and oilier creditors, not Included In liabilities NONE (a) Loans as shown above are after deduction of reserves of •. 36.969.87 (b) Securities as shown above are after deduction of I reserves of NONE | I, R. A. Porter, Vice-President of the above-named bank, hereby certl- j fy that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. R. A. Porter Vlcc-Presidcnt Correct—Attest: B. A. Lynch F. E. Warren J. L. Cherry State of Arkansas County of Mississippi ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 10th day of October, 1955. (SEAL) JUANITA R1OOS, Notary Public, My Commission Expires January 21, 1956. FARM LOANS Six Star Feature 1. No brokerage fees to paj 2. No stock to purchase 3. An opportunity to establish credit with a large insurance Co. that Is and haa been for many years a permanent lendor in this terri- V>ry *. Lnns rate L»««e low interest 5. We pay the appraisal and attorney fees 6, Quick service, fast closing. We close loana before most companies make Iheir inspections. For Information, See, Call or Write LOGAN FINANCE CORP. Phone Z-2034 Ljnch Building BIytheville, Ark. Exclusive Agent for American United Life Insurance Co. HAIRY1ETCH Oregon or Arkansas Grown PMA SPECIFICATIONS Placa Your Order Now BIytheville Soybean Corp 1800 W. Main weekend with his family. Saturday he visited hli brother, Bill Alexander, who is a Junior at. Southwestern. ST. JOSEPH ASPIRIN FOft CHIUMtEl Dr. and Mrs. H. V. Cartwrlght were in Memphis Thursday and visited Marjorie Doyle at the Baptist Hospital. Mrs. Ed Wiseman was dismissed Friday from Baptist Hospital and is now recuperating at her home on Lee Street. Mrs. L. C. B. Young was hostess Sunday night at her home to high j school students who are members of First Christian Church. Mrs. Young served a sandwich plate to] the young people at six o'clock. Buck Alexander, student at the University of Arkansas, spent the DO FALSE TEETH Rock, Slide or Slip? . FASTEETH. an Unproved powder to be sprinkled on upper or lower p'.ates. holds false teeth more firmly In place. Do not. slide, slip or rock. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or reeling. PAS- TEETH Is alkaline (non-acid). Does not sour. Checks "plate odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEETH at *ny drug counter. Indivlduals-Groups-Farm Bureau Blue Cross - Blue Shield Call representative WAYUN CHESSER P.O. Box 307 BIytheville, Ark. Phone POplar 3-3106 MAX'S Beauty Salon 125 S. First St. Maxine Robinson, Owner & Operator Fall Special! Regular $15.00 "REALISTIC" Cold Wave Phone 3-9689 For Appointment GIANT WIDE SCREEN Box Office Opens 6:30 — Show Starts at Dusk TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Double Feature First Blyrheyille Showing _AND— SHEUiY WINTERS BJUOTSHUIIMR k Iht Wondei «l High FiAMy STEREOPHONIC SOU* ALSO CARTOON: "DIZZY DISHES" AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Mr. and Mrs. James Parrish Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Mr. and Mrs. Mike Meroney Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. (or Rita it Ro»T Program Announcements Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Morris TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Double Feature Find your name in our ad and b« our guest to see "Black Tuesday" PLUS SELECTED SHORTS COMING TO THI RITZ —IN OCTOBER— "Not As a Stranger" With Robert Milchum and Ottvla I>* Htviland

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