The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 10, 1954 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' UOURTER NEWf WEDNESDAT, NOVEMBER, 10, 1954 DYESS NEWS Hn. J «• JACOBS Ready COMMISSIONER'!! SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY OWEN, That In pursuance of the authority and directions contained In the decretal order ol the Chancery Court tor the Chlckasawba District ot Mississippi County, Arkansas, mndc nnd entered on the 28th day ot September. 1054, In a certain cause (No. 12..745) then pending therein between The First Nation, al Bank of Lake Providence; Hugh L. Kennedy, Trustee; and Warren Baldwin, Trustee, plaintiffs, and Edward Mitchell; Elsl May Miller Mitchell; Mary Sue Besharse; and j Homer Besharse, defendants, the undersigned, as Commissioner ol .rum **.,«•-, —j •• —- • exact onu- ut'i'i'iuis on j ituiitiinuii said Court, will oiler loi' sale at with his wife and parents, Mr. and ^ of (1)p p ni .j s ., ccor( t s to restore public vcnduc to the highest bidder. Mrs. E. A. Nichols. I German sovcmsmv anrt make the at the South door n( .the County Mrs. Pearl Rogers of Arlington, | pcder(ll ' • ...... ,. -. ~ Bruce Harris of Lake City arrived Saturday for » visit with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Orsdale Harris. John Earner is leaving tills week for Michigan City, Ind., after a three-week visit here with friends and relatives. Vernon Nichols left Thursday for Tort Knox, Ky., after « visit here 3 Western Allies for Switch In W. Germany BONN, Germany I* — The three Western Allies have virtually completed dismantling the occupation ortjanizations which for .nine years had supreme power in 'West Germany. Their staffs, once totaling over 100.000. have been whittled down to a few thousand In preparations for a switch to embassy status. The exact date depends on ratification Tenn spent Friday night here! wlto her sister, Mrs. Emmctt Guyton. Kenneth Nichols of Fort Knox, Ky., is here visiting his uncle and Republic a member of NATO. Bm thec hangc-ovcr is expected early in the new year. The U. S. the largest . Commission, once civilian American organization in Europe, is down to Ay., 13 iit-ii. i *-' f> •••" --- gnniKallon in timipe. is uuwn iu aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence N(ch-| M5 Amcrlcuns nn< j 3,11)5 Germans. , . . ols, and other relatives. Miss Kathryn Harris of Kansas City Mo., arrived home Sunday for t visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Towel! of Memphis spent Friday night with their daughter, Mrs. Emmett Guyton, and Mr. Guyton. Tommy Hewelett of Wilson spent the weekend here as guest of David Doss. Dyess seniors are sponsoring their play Nov. 12, at the high school auditorium ai. T.30 p.m. "A Fuedin' over Yonder," is the name of the play. Dyess junior girls play Victoria Nov. 11, at 1 p.m. in Luxora Gym. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Bu.-f'.eld 1 and children of Helena spent the weekend here with relatives. A spokesman says lhat after sov crciBnty it will consist ol 5G5 Americans and ".238 Germans. In February 1851, Its strength was 2,092 Americans and 11,'238 Germans. Refresher Course DECATUR, III. M>)—Among the 30 future mothers who showed up at St. Mary's hospital for the six weekly sessions designed to help them cope with the problems of pregnancy was a rcglsterd nurse, a former member of the hospital staff. "I could learn something, too, she said. Liberals Lose 1 Seat m Canada OTTAWA Wi — Prime Minister louis St. Laurent's opposition ' picked up one House oi Commons seat in six by-elections iieid yesterday but his governing Liberal party still holds a comfortable 73-vote majority. | The Liberals retained four of the seat in six by-elections held Mon- i iill vacancies from deaths or vesiR- nations. The Progressive Conservatives retained another. The opposition gain came In Manitoba's Selkirk riding, where W. A. Bryce of the Socialist CCF (Cooperative Commonwealth Federation) regained the seat he hud lost to Liberal R. J. Wood In the 1953 general election. Court House in the City of Blythe- vine, Arkansas, at 11 A.M., on the 1st day of December, 1954, the following dsecribed real estate, to- wlf. Lot Two (2), Block Eleven (11), Highland Place Second Addition to the City of Blythcvllle, Arkansas. TERMS OF SALE: On a credit of three months, the purchaser being required to execute a bond (is required by law and the order and decree of said Court In said cause, , with approved security, bearing in-1 terest at the rate of six per cent per annum Irom date of sale until paid, and a lien being retained on the .premises sold to secure the payment of the purchase money. GIVEN under my hand this Dili day of November. 1D54. GERALDINE LTSTON, Commissioner In Chancery. Reid & Durgc, Attys. lor Pltfs. 11/10-17 There are regular travel routes across the Sahara Desert. wfmmf^mmmi^mfm^mmmm Complete Photo Supplies • FILM • MOVIE FILM • FLASH BULBS • COLOR FILM • POLAROID FILM BARNEY'S DRUG STORE 2006 W. Main Phone 3-3647 180-HP Strata-Streak V-8 Engine Lowe, Roofer Po-^ Body by ALL-NEW Safer, Heavier Shock-Proof -• AU-KEW F^re-Foshio.ed Styling Chassis . . • AU. ALL-NEW ALL-NEW Handling tase ... ALL n ' , ALL-NEW Exterior Colors. Interior Luxury . . • MLU WITH THI 180-HP STRATO-STRIAK V-8 IT'S PONTIAC'S YEAR TO STAR! NOBLE GILL PONTIAC, INC. 5th & Walnut St. Phone 3-6817 Blyrhevillc, Ark. You've Picked Your Cotton and Combined Your Beans - - Now Is the Time to Pick Your Furniture Needs in Smart's HARVEST SALE FINE FURNITURE OFFERED AT SUBSTANTIAL SAVINGS TO YOU! Wo* Now Wat Now 3 pc. Blonde Jumbo Poster 2-pc. modern BEDROOM SUITE .*» 129.50 LIVING ROOM SUITE .*» 149.50 3 pc. Mahogany BEDROOM SUITE »«. Double dresser, chest, bookcase bed. ,. 2-pc. Modern foam rubber cushion LIVING ROOM SUITE 3-p C . Kroehler 250.00 SECTIONAL SOFA .»- 4 pc. Walnut Veneer PLL/IVUvl I JUIIL • Double dresser, chest, bed, night stand 169.50 199.50 2-pc, Modern foam rubber cushion I llfllir HAAkJ flllTC LIVING ROOM SUITE »«• 149 50 8950 J-pc. Red him Kn»hl«. LIVING ROOM SUITE «109.50 2^^^^ LIVING ROOM SUITE 229.50 199.50 199,50 BEDROOM SUITE *»•«> Double dresser, chest, bookcase bed 3 pc. Walnut finish jumbo t\/\nrr\ nmnAAU SUITE nt CA POSTER BEDROOM '0950 94.50 5-pc. Modern cinnamon and wrought iron BEDROOM SUITE ™ 228.00 Double dresser, bookcase bed, nite stand and bench pc. Kroehler Brown or green tweed SUITE ™» 172.50 ,Sr NM H ALf jtl I IUNAL ^6.00 Plastic Platform Rockers Red, Green, Ivory Special Magic Chef GAS CIRCULATOR 50,000 BTU Regular $109.95 Magic Chef GAS CIRCULATOR 70,000 BTU Reg. $143.95 Was 2 pc. gray frieze SOFA BED SUITES 2 pc. Red frieze SOFA BED SUITE 2 pc. green frieze SOFA BED SUITE 2 pc. Kroehler chartreuse frieze LIVING ROOM SUITE »* Green or gray PLATFORM ROCKERS *« Rose or brown PLATFORM ROCKERS ««. Swing King, gray or green plastic RECLINING CHAIR »» (discontinued pattern) 8-piece limed oak DINING ROOM SUITE Now 10950 89.50 199.50 22.75 37.50 79.50 19950 8 pc. Ranch oak DINING ROOM SUITE 9 pc. Oak DINING ROOM SUITE 18" Comfort combination COAL "WOODHEATER 22" Comfort combination COAL "WOOD HEATER 15" Oak COAL HEATER Was 299.50 359.50 32.75 13" Oak COAL HEATER Large 4 cap LAUNDRY HEATER Large 2 cap LAUNDRY HEATER 22.95 J8.95 ?9.95 74.45 Now 249.50 279.50 24,75 2875 16.95 13.95 15.95 10.95 Countless other items too numerous to mention in this advertisement... at substantial savings during our NOVEMBER HARVEST SALE. C. M. SMART, Furniture

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