The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 8, 1956 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 8, 1956
Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUAKT 8, 195« B1YTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE Oveneai with BILLY GRAHAM By George Burnham (Chattanooga News-Free Press Writer) DELHI, India — The triumphant tour of India by Billy Graham, in addition to its eternal values, has provided something tangible for the world to see now. It has created more good will for America here than all the millions of leud-lease dollars. Billy is a clean-cut American j change tlieir way of life after lis- thai people can see. They can j tening lo his simple message of listen to what he says. He isn't I Jesus Christ. This was true at ev- some vague figure in the national I ery stop -— Madras, KoUayam, budget that never fillers down to ' • — • the people in a language they can understand. The people of India like what they see in Billy and they have been listening with rapt attention to what he says. In less than three weeks he has talked to over half a million in person. * T * ALONG THE SAME line. Russia accomplished with one airplane what dollars can never do. Nehru was presented a Russian plane while he was in Moscow last year. It Is a beautiful well-built plane. Everywhere Nehru goes people see the plane and remember that it is e gift from their Russian "friends". Palamcottah and Trivandrum. When his plane landed at Hyder- abad for a 30 minute stop en route to Delhi, a crowd of 5,000 rushed Billy to a nearby field where a loudspeaker was set up. preached and gave an invitation. Scores responded. They were different people when they waved goodbye minutes later. Other thousands greeted him with landed at Delhi. Dag Haramar- skjold, secretary-general of UN, who landed two minutes later, arrived in comparative obscurity. Billy is an unofficial ambassador who did not come criticizing. He Billy's tour has been phenome- i came wtih a message of love and nal, beginning wltt riots in Bom- goodwill. Unlike one 0. S. tourist bav which focused world attention • ^ salci . "These foreigner on the fact that he was here. At every city and hamlet he has been met at the airport by civic and church leaders and ordinary people. He has had enough flower garlands to make him hump-shouldered. Five little girls got up at 4 a.m. to watch him catch an early morning plane. He ha: drawn crowds of 10.000 at 7 a.m. and 100,000 at 7 p.m. to hear him preach. A man walked 400 miles to shake his hand. THOUSANDS MADE decisions to don't inderstand anything," Billy has Words of praise everywhere he goes. "I have fallen in love with India," he said. "When I leave I hope to be an ambassador for India. I have been overwhelmed by the friendship that has greeted us everywhere and the tolerance with! which people of other religions have greeted us." | The people love him for the words of hope and praise — they love him even more because he means them. AR3IY BUILDERS AT WORK—Where so the Army Engineers, a bridge is sure to follow. Here construction engineers of the Hawaii Army Reserve and the 65th Engineer Battalion build a 60-ton bridge—and a pattern for the Army photographer—on the East Range at Schofield Barracks, Hawaiian Islands. HOLLAND NEWS By Mrs. Ed Hampton. Jr Saturday night entertainment at Mr. and Mrs. Pinnell Capeharts was ft supper party for Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cheadel and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Holthouse of Manila, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Berry. The evening was spent at canasta, followed by a "listening hour" at Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Berry's who were hosts to the parly at musical recordings. At the February meeting of Holland Men's Club Wednesday night, membership was increased when Hoyt Hester, Marcus Harris and Marvin Chllders joined this civic organiaztion. Vacation movie slides, shown by Charles Cohoon, included a colorful Mexican bull fight and scenic poults west and south. Th« club voted a $100 appropriation to the Pemiscot Bayou Fishing Club at the business session. Hosts Pinnell Capehart and Charles Cohoon served a barbecue plate with coffee. Their trip here where they're guests at Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pat- months treatment. Mrs. Mandj' Fisher's condition continues very grave. She is the mother of Mrs. Lily Non-id, at Whose home she resides, and Mrs. Maggie Richardson. Mr. and Mrs. Voris Workman spent a short \veek-end with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Randall Workman, of St. Louis, Saturday night and Sunday. • There they were joined by another son, Sammy, Missouri University student. Read Courier News Classified Ads Are All Cold Remedies Alike? No! For example, 666 is the wide- activity medicine, which combines 4 of the roost effective, widely-prescribed drugs known, to relieve ail cold miseries sooner. 666 is more potent and gives positive, dramatic, rapid relief from miseries of all kinds of colds. That's why 666 ia unsurpassed in effectiveness. Try it. A'o other cold remedy can match 666 liquid or 666 Cold Tablets. 666 Methodist Church auditorium was filled to capacity at Sunday morning services when Bishop Ivan Lee Holt was presented by L. N. Kinder, of the official church broad, lor dedication services. Bishop Holt, known internationally, was accompanied by his wife «nd E. L. Thomas, superintendent of this district, and Mrs. Thomas of St. Louis. Text for the service, "I Will Call Upon the Lord," was taken from the Book of Psalms. At Thursday's school board meeting bond burning ceremonies were witnessed by Homer Smith, Witt Smith and R. L. Rogers. The final $2000 indebtedness was the remainder of a 20 year old bond issue voted for Holland in 1935. ents, Mr. ana Mrs. L,etMnan LHW- son, at Marshfield, Mo. Sgt. and ' Mrs Patterson will leave shortly for Fort Benning Ga. j Elmer Patterson of Denver Colo., i is also with his parents and broth- i er. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Patterson ' and Sgt. Patterson. He is associated with Fitzsimmons Hospital in Denver. Accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. John Poteet, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Zahner left Wednesday for an extended southern holiday in Florida. IP Dania they will visit Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Walters and in Tampa _ their hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zahner. j At Chickasawba. Hospital both; Mr. and Mrs. Issao McKay, Jr., I were patients last week, with a I pulmonary condition. They wre | able to return home Saturday. ' i Mrs. Nannie Porter and son, Cul- i ton, spent Saturday and Sunday i ! in their home here. Culton is em- ; ployed with the Ernst and Ernst i public accounting firm, with a i Memphis branch office. Mrs. Por- ; ter is' visiting her daughter and I family, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Kin-! kade, there. ! Mrs. Nora Fowler is home after a month or so in tile home of her : : son, Cecil Fowler, while Mrs. Cecil I , Fowler was a patient of Arkansas | state sanitarium at Booneville. ; Greatly improved, Mrs. Fowler' was dismissed last week after six | Attention Farmers! Collon diseases destroyed 7Te of 1955 crop - - - For belter yield and less replanting, delint and treat your seed no\v. CALL US NOW FOR APPOINTMENT Blytheville Delinting Corp. S. Highway 61 Phone 3-6258 Mr. and Mrs. Ray Crews are parents of a baby daughter named Carol Ann, their first child, born at Chickasawba Hospital in Blytheville January 27. Mr. and Mrs. Crews are both elementary stafi teachers. A "Funds For Polio" basketball game Friday afternoon when Cooler arid Holland junior-high boys and girls teams met, netted $31.40 to be applied to Holland's polio quota. From two until five o'clock Sunday afternoon an open house will he'held at North Side Elementary School, a new colored school, recently finished, which contains six class rooms, rest rooms, a storage space, principal office, nil purpose room and complete kitchen. The building, made of haidite blocks and brick veneer, was built after the colored school, located at New Survey, burned Jn February of last year. Superintendent L. N. Kinder was one of three serving on the discussion panel for teacher's salary schedule at the county school board annual meeting Thursday to Ca- ruthersvHle. The other two panel members were Floyd Hamlet, county school superintendent, and Lyman Oil- lard. Warden superintendent. C. B. .Fulbright, southeast Mis- •ouri's supervisor's subject "Missouri Schools Forward" completed the program. Mrs. Pauline Oenlau Is here visiting with her mother, Mrs. Emma Warren, and daughter, Mrs. Jewel Moreno, of St. Louis. Mrs. Oeniau, resident o( Saglmw, Mich.,. will remain several weeks. Sunday Mrs. Oertle Lndd attended funeral rites of Edwin Jones of New Orleans, "brother of Miss Min- nie'Lee Jones. Following services at the Blytheville Naiarene Church, a graveside service was held at Rlpley, Tenn., former home of the deceased. . Following three years overseas in Nurenberg, Oermany, Sergeant Archie Patterson, accompanied by hi*'wife »"f1 family, arrived Saturday by plane In New York City, (Mole) (Mac) Liability & Auto Daniels -Williams ins 106 S. Second St. Phones 3-3548 - 2-2747 Blytheville, Arkansas i $ COMPLETE / \ COVERAGE | % FOR AIRMEN* 0 IN WORLD WAR I, NATIONAL GUARD UNITS PARTICIPATED IN 11 SEPARATE CAMPAIGNS AMP 31 DIFFERENT ASSAULT LANDINGS.., FROM &ATAAN TO OKINAWA.-FROM NORTH AFRICA TO THE ELSE RIVER. 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