The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 10, 1944 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 10, 1944
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.WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1944 Home Economics •' Club Of County' Holds Meeting .- 'the County Home Economics Club met Saturday. April 25. at Lcachvlllc, with 76 girls present from Dyess,. Leachville, Manila, | Sbnwnee, Uixorn and Blythcvllle. « enty girls from Blythcvllle aided the meeting, -accompanied by their sponsor. Mrs. Freeman Robinson, A feature of (he meeting was n style show, in which several girls from cadi town participated. Following luncheon, which was served hi the gymnasium, the girls were divided into groups for discussion of (he following topics: Club Programs, Recreation and How Club Girls Can Cooperate In Food. Late in (he afternoon a lea was given for the teachers and the girls. The next mcetnig will be held next Fall at Shawnec. Mrs. Clara Robinson, 60, Dies At Home In Memphis Mrs. Clara Robinson, sister of P. E. Warren and Mrs. I. E. Johnson, dicil 1, niijlil ut her home in Memphis, a week after the death of n sister, Mrs. Ivan P. Wyse. Mrs. Uoblnson suffered from a stroke believed to have been aggravated by shock at the death last, Tuesday of Mrs. Wysp. Slie was 00. Survivors include a (laughter, Mrs. Berlcy Gwyn. with whom she made her home, and another sister. Mrs. L. L. McDearmaii of Halls, Tenn. The Robinson family lived in lilythevllle a number of years ago. Funeral services will be held at 1 o'clock tomorrow at National Funeral Home in Memphis. Burial will be made at Halls, ' NOTICE Notice is hereby given thai the undersigned will within the time , fixed by law apply to (he Conimis- « iuer of Revenues of the State of ikiinsas for a permit to sell tecr at retail at BIG South 1st St., Blyt-he- ville, Mississippi County. The undersigned stales that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that ho has never been cuivictcd of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; Unit, no license to sell IKCI- by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other stale, relating to the sale of alcoholic liquors. James Ford. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9lh day of May, 1044. Oscar Alexander (Seal) Notary Public. My commission expires 3jl4-10'15. Plan Piano Recital At Church In Manila MANILA, Ark., May 10 — Mrs. Harmon Tiplon and Mrs. Hattie Mac Grimes will present their piano pupils in a recital Tuesday night nl First, Baptist ..Church. Pupils: Ujking part 'jn'the recital are Jean • Walker, • Gretc'hcn Stokley, Rnmorm Stokley. : Vada Nell i Griffin, Joan Griffin, Terry Bal- larri, Anna Ruth Thompson, Faith BLYTUBViLLE (AUK.) COURIER' NEWS ch Symbol Reprcttntf Ten German Division! Surrounding above map, which shows approximate disposition of German forces in Euronc p,ctures of. the generals who command them and form Ihe bnckbone'ot Hitler's defense against Allied invasion. Workshop For Negro Teachers Will Be Conducted At Osceola importance of to adjust the Mississippi County, with a Neyro ihool population of about 6,000, representing more than one-third of (he total school population, will conduct a Negro workshop, with 40 selected Negro teachers attending, in a special effort to adjust the school program to meet the problems of the Negro'TXipulntion of the The Negro teachers will meet in dually agricultural, tbe population Osceola for the special two weeks shift has resulted in a serious work shop, to begin May 22, and shortage of'help on farms affect- In .stressing the such a workshop ,.. school program to meet,, the needs and problems of the Negroes, Mr. Mediation stiid thai, population shifts dii e to the war effort have seriously upset the school program, for <the County and: especially the Negro schools.. "Since;. Mississippi County Negro i»pulatloii is prin- , . .Reed Threlkcld and Jerry Grimes. ment of this cotintyVresources Eight bells aboard ship may be ., . ., . m., or midnight. 111., noon, 4 p. m., Hold Everything "When I enlisted I told them I was a stamD collector!" ways in which the school program may be adjusted to meet Ihe various community needs. In charge of instructing the workshop will be Ed McCuistion, state supervisor of Negro education, T M. Stinnett, R&istant commissioner of education. Dr. Roy Roberts state co-ordiuator of in-service teacher education, Carie Owens Negro field director for Gramblin Negro College, Gramblin, La., and faculty members of the Negro Ag riculture, Mechanical and Normal College at Pine Bluff. The Negro teachers' will be aided in' the instructional program by such interested' local people .as plantation- owners, farmers, preachers, public officials, health workers agriculture agents, local school officials and members of school boards. Each of the 40 Mississippi County Negro teachers attending (he workshop will be awarded a S25 scholarship, with the General Education Board financing $500 o[ (he scholarship fund, the remain- tier of which will be .supplemented by the local school boards. The General Board has granted $500 loward paying AM and N College faculty members for Inslractional purposes. 1 own $12,500 stock in Tom Little Hardware Co v Inc., which I offer for sale on very attractive proposition, or will trade for real estate. i If interested, call me, phone 861. L LITTLE NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that, the undersigned will within Oie time fixed by law apply (o the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for a permit to sell beer nt retail ut 118 South 2nd, Blytheville, Mississippi Comity. The undersigned stales that lie Is n citlxen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he hns never been convicted of a felony or older crime Involving moral turpitude^ Hint no license to sell beer by, lh,e v . 1 uiidcr- signcd has been revoked within five ycura last past;.and that the undersigned luis never been convicted of violating the laws of Ibis stale,'or nny other sUilc, relating lo the sale of alcoholic liquors. ... ".' J. M. Ferguson. Subscribed and sworn lo before me this 9 day of Mny, 1944.- Oscar Alexander <Seal) Nolnry" Public. My commission expires 3|HJ1945. industry, with vocational programs already established at Blythcville, ready has a basis for organising *nri Arm LU | X ^' . S1 .' aw : llce ' W1ISOI M» totter community service," Mc- and Armorcl Mississippi County al- Ciiistlon pointed out A few tons of D. P. L.. No. 14 COTTONSEED and Rolsoy Soybean Seed H. C. KNAPPENBERGER Phone 50';) • ' Have Your REFRIGERATORS, WASHERS AND RADIOS Overhauled and Repaired For rhe Hot Months Ahead! We have three expert repairmen: FRANCIS THAXTpN, with i;i years experience sis u refrigeration service engineer on commercial, ilomeslic Jinrl air conditioning units. HERBERT GRAHAM, with 23 years experience servicing washers and gasoline engines. WESLEY (Pig) ANGEL, willi 10 years experience i" radio and electronics. Guaranteed Work! Reasonable Prices! HARDAWAY APPLIANCE COMPANY — J. W. Adams one m «' 208 \V. Main (lie United Slates Olslrlet a Court, Huston) District of Arkansas uro Division. United Stales o[ - ; "i I'etllloiici vs, Nw, J-:>75 £"..): ' l '." ) ." m '-' i uf lim(l > lll<11 ' 1 ' °'' less. Mississippi Cimnly, Arkansas, mid B. Uuytl, ct nl,, ncrcndimts. Or derof Publication, Upon application of the plalntlir, United Ktutcs of Anm-lcii, duly verified, It npiieiirlnc thai llic United Sintes ol America luis commenced In this court n sml condemn mul enforce n Inlm lo cvrluln Irntls of land 'inn uud helm; sllimte In Missis. Pl>l County, Arknnsas, siild ]un<ls fl»6 siwincnlly described In pli\tn- tlll's compliiinl us follows; Truet No. 14. The Sixilhwcsl Quarter (SWi) of Section Twenty-Might (S8i; East Half (!•;>(.) of the Iforllinisl Quur- ler (NK'l) of Secllcm Thirty-Two (32), uud the Unsl Hull (K'-i) ot Hit 1 Northwest Quarter iNWVi' nl Scdlon Thirly-llm'i! (M), Township Fifteen 115) Norlli, Utilise Nine (D) Kiiil of the Piflli (Sthi I'rliH'l- p:il Meridlnn. Mississippi Counly, Arkansas, conluinlui! In (lie :iKi:re- 8nl« threi! hundred twenty (320) acres, more or less, Tract No' K 1005 Tlie Wesl Half (\\",>j) of Ihe Northeast Qimrler (NF,!;> of Heclion Thlrty-lwo mi, Township Fifteen (151 Norlli. HHHIJC Nine (III Kasl of (lie Flllh (51)1) Principal Merid- lnn. Mississippi County, Arknnsiis, containing in the alienate cltihly (80) ucres, more i>r less. 'I'rncl No. E 1007. The Novthensl Quarter <NF. ii) of (he Northwest Quarter (N\V '/i> of Heclion Thtily-lwo CIS) Township l-'llleen (lf>) North, llnniu Nine 10) Kust nl tli« Fifth <5IIH Principal Meridlnn, Mississippi Couiily, Arknnsiis, coillulnlni; In llic niiKH'snle forty (-10) ncrr.s, more or less. Bald -silil licini; un ncllim ot llw Unlled Sliilos ol AimTloi lo condemn snUI land for the IIM> nnd bcuclll of thu Uniled Sink's of Ain- erlni for use In'rormcollnn wllh Ihe estiibllsliment of the Minilla An.Nll- lary Field No. a. lo tins Adviincei! Twin Knijlno Tiiilnlnf Srluiol Air- flcld, lllylhcvllle. Arkiinsns, nnd II nppciu'hiu lo (he court Ihul Ihe lol- lowlns imined defcndiuits. nnd their unknown heirs nl liuv, to-wll: H, H. Buj'il. Tyrou/.a, Arknnsns; Jewel Rotlyej-s, % Miirnttrel Ashnbrjunier. Mnuilii, Ai-kunsiis; Tin; Federal Liuul Hunk ol SI. Uinls, Missouri; Business Men's As.'iiirniR'e Coinpiini of Amcrlcn. Knnsns City, Missouri; laiuil Hunk Coiuuilwloner, ol SI EAfiE'FiVjB; mil Dorothy D, Flceiniin, Ills \vlle, IdeiK'C', Loill.'iiutiu; J. T. --.. ..or, KliiKle, 310(i-l«07, t'u C. (ill TO Un. Al'O 201 1>. o. sm,' Callfotnlii; Kny D. Asha. Te. slnuli' ASN 3H2CMI!), :ll'd Compuny, KCl'C-SCSU-liau. l/niiil) I'^livni'ils. MiiMiii:lnisetlK; lire not Inhubltiuits of and me nut luuiid wllhln this Dlslrlcl, mul uve nonivilileuts of tliln Blntu, nnd th.-H llu>y hiivo not volunlnrlly enteied (heir iippeiiranrt'.s herein, nnd tlmi pci'sonnl service upon said ulwi'e nunu'd defendants ciniiiol l>e hail; It is hereby ordered (lint (ho ulwve nnmcil nourcsidcnldefeiHlniUs, IIIKI viieh ot ilium, appear, plead, answer, ur deinin' lo '(he suld eoinplalul ! lled by Ihe petllloiier, Untied sintcs n( Ainnrlen, on or lie (ore (he Ifttli ilny of June, Itll-l, nnd In deliuill llii'rruf Unit the Court will proceed lo u liourlii^ mid itdjlidlealliiu ol «ild .suit, nnd tlint tills ordi'i 1 1«- inibltshed In » newspaper of nenmil rheillnllon In MlMlsslp))! County, once n uVek foi 1 four cwi- secullvo weeks. This ;lrd dny of May, IOM, (si Thomas G. TrtuiWe, Judge. A I mo copy 1 ccrllfy, Orady Miller, clerk, lly Ulxle N. Tollisini. Dr. Louis Loroy Dies MKMl'HJS. May 10 (UP) — Hi Louis Lci'oy, C!) your old Memphis liiMhologlst, Is dead. IJr, I.eroy died at his home last ' 7 • ••* "• ' un ui:.\i iiLiieuili; will Do Louis. Missouri: Hiissell O. Flewnnii liojne of Mrs. J. W. Gordon. Dull News — Women's Missionary union of Drll linptlsl Church met Monday iiltenioim ul Ihe home of Mis, Allen Hiiidln for u Hoynl Service program. After (he npenlnii hymn, lluTi voilunnl was t'.lvi'ii by Mrs. M, W, Lewis, followed )))• prnyrr hi- |li« Her. U. 1). MiiBi'l!, Mrs. C. A, Smllli hud chnrm' til Hip proainin on the loplc, of "The Kinn'ii Power In Ihe Middle Klut;- ddin". presented In Ihe form uf u plnylet. ' purtlel))n(ln)i were Mrs, c. A. Smith, Mr.s. Curl I'cpple, Airs, flub D. lliii-dln, Mrs. I,, O. Wilson. Mrs. Dnvc Keltner, MIS. IH'Uliih Whuley and Mrs a. 1). Ma- Hi'C. A double cul onl mnp of Cblnn folded lo form n booklet was used, with llic proci'jiin prlnli'd inslilc. Mrs. Lewis led In prayer and (lie meuUnii closed with prayer by Mrs. Mnjji'e, The hostess served refveslimenls cltirliiB (be socinl hour, ulalilcr.n uicinlier.s and one visitor ntlcmled. Th ( . next, mcelliiK will be nl Ihe following •• n • I'iGnii 'attack Saturday, ll u wrote several medical books mid was associate editor of the Kxinuliior nnd I'nictloncr, ol New York. , In 1931 (lie physician, In n motor tail, broke tbo travel speed ricoid iiclwecn New Orlcuns and St. I/nils rsliibli.shcd by Hie fdinons Slemn- bout Hubert E. Lee in 1670. He hn<| served on ,,tho Incully of the University of 'I'oiinowcc nnd as chief of slnn of tho John Qnston Hospital In Memphis, Scout News Members of nil the local Cub liaeks were cnterlnlni'd with u party Bl\'<m i Hidurday nliint, at the Amorlcim l/'clon lint when c.'ich Cub Invited., a uuest. siNty-clght nl- tencled llic iilliiir, which was given between HID hours of II nnd 10 i"lff V' J ." M ""ft?> i > W 5*f played l beVcral hours,'4ilh Iced drinks scncil IhroiiKhout tl)p k c'icnliig^ , Cnapeiuncs fpr the^allalr^uere Hie fold den mothers Mrs F.'G' L(ii,kinann, Mrs Mnx D Ijtcld, Mr*. " 1.1,1, .i.. i->,i i_ ar( ^ Jjrj t ^y~A '<j * t'fn ••« Hikt Mlulun JHUers 'H' " A SDVCNT1I AA1' CENTRAU, 1'ACJriC BASK (UPJ—A Llbcf«tor cr(w flying its jirst ^il^lon jHcftni ' a lltlle excited recently when' it" rim lulo u no)net's nesj, oi^/fghter ' opjxisltlon The ball turret gunner yelled ovci the "Ball ' lurat to pilot, bnll.tuifct to flllok Xeros at—uh—u)i-^Zcroa' ^t-^lih-^, uli—Help 'ihey nio gone nowf" n PRESCHIPTW Frwheat Btoek '"< Guaranteed Bcst,Priew •• Kirby Drug Stores We Pay HIGHEST CASH PRICES For CLEAN USED CARS • ( See Us PHILLIPS MOTOR CO, Tel. 453 W,ilnul nt 5tli J8SW"" "**iS8iS! ief's have a Chesterfield on that IT MEANS A LOT when a cigarette gives you the genuine satisfaction you get from Chesterfield. 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