The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 15, 1956 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 15, 1956
Page 5
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THURSDAY, MARCH 15,19M BLYTHBVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE NTOB Consumers Hear Same Old Song About Prosperity By 8AM DAWSON NEW YORK (AP) — The consumer must be getting a little tired of being told he is calling the tune. Three months ago all the amateurs were assuring the consumer of that. And now the professional analyzers ol the economy, in government and finance, are repeating the same thing: The consumer by his spending^— ••— lut year brought about prosperity. The consumer's Income rose l&st year. He• spent.more. And at the same time He saved more. Right now he is calling the tune- be Is spending as he wishes for what he wants, and his slightest whim Is charting the course of business. What Ii H*t Now all of tnls may be true. The trouble comes when you try to find the particular. consumer til the pundits are talking about. More individuals than not either spent more last year or saved more last year—one or the other, but not both. And the chances are a lot of them Just rocked along as usual. H their incomes were higher they could scarcely notice the difference during the short-period the pay check remained in their hands. Too Many' Payment! And it must be a surprise to them to learn that they have a great deal of choice right now In how they spend their money. Having bought all those things last year that their families Just had to have if they were to hold up their heads in the community, many indiviauals are now so busy meeting the payments, getting up the mortgage money and paying the grocer that they haven't much time left in which to think up any partciular tune to call. » It's true that a lot o.' money was spent last 'year—and is being spent this year—and that some of the spending was discretionary. Some eight million' persons bought new cars with at least two colors on the outside and two or three still different hues on the Inside. But many more millions didn't. Read Courier News Classified Ads West Missco Soil Group Is Honored MANILA—The West Mississippi County Soil Conservation District was first place winner in the Greater Service Division of the ninth annual Save-Enrich-Our Soil Contest sponsored by the Memphis Chamber of Commerce, Lumberman's Club, Wolf River Watershed and the Press-Scimitar. The district supervisors, Earl Wildy, Alex Curtis, U. S. Johnson, L. V. Waddell and H. B. Perkins, were present at the SOS Assembly luncheon at the Hotel Peabody last Friday, to accept the first place award of $200. With the supervisors to witness their'achievement were L. K. Holt, agriculture teacher of Manila; Arnold Watkins, agriculture teacher, Leachville; N. D. Heathman and Carl "Chuck" Robins of the local Soil Conservation Service' off ice. In the owner-operator division of the SOS contest the district also had a winner hi Supervisor Earl Wildy. Wildy, whose farm is located about five miles . west of Manila, was his county's winner and later declared third place winner in the state Judging. CHATTER-BOX "A Better Place to Go.* 441 So. 21st St. MICHELOB DRAFT BEER Grovw L. Frailer, owner W. L. fufh, Mir. American Electric Supply Inc. Wholesale Distributors of Electrical Supplies and Construction Materials. 213-15 (rear) Walnut-Blytheyille-Ph. 3-83S3 104 -106 E. Word — Jonesboro, Ark. — Ph. WE 5-5S85 Anaconda Wire & Cable—GE Lamps & Devices Square D Motor Controls & Service Equipment Ramset Tools and Supplies Progress, Presc'olite, Light & Power Light Fixtures. HEAT MASTER WATER HEATERS NUTONE FANS- HOODS CHIMES RENT A RAMSET TOOL Bring out the BEST in your clothes Send Them To BESTWAY CLEANERS We Specialize IH Formals and Evening Wear Guaranteed Summer Storage, Bonded & Insured 1 Day Service On Request 2012 West Main 10% Discount On Cash and Carry Phone 2-2408 G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. FUEL OIL "I Sell That Stuff" Phone 2-2089 Visit Our Conoco Service, Ash & Division FOR SALE Used Furniture & Appliances We Can Save You Money Cash or Terms ALVIN HARDY FURNITURE CO. 113 E. Main Phone 2-2302 (Mote) (Mac) LIFE I '""""' i»»«•! **" Daniels- Williams Ins. ^4 106 S. Second St. I-»M§ - Liability & Auro \ \ COMPLETE f COVERAGE f FOR AIRMEN* 406 W. Main Phone 3-4591 Sale! All Wool Girls' Coats for Easter Usually 12,98.f Full-flare princess fit. Novelty weave wool lit with twinkle buttons and detachable coliarand cuffs. In new Easter-egg pastels, deep colors tool 3-6x. Ready-Made Draperies Sun-Resistant Prints Many patterns, colors— white background.Grass cloth, novelty or foille weaves. Pair 50x90". lady Dover-Was 17.95 Sale! Wool, Nylon Spring TOPPERS Same Quality 19.98 in Many Stows Automatic steam-dry A A *T f mg I iron — lightweight. Uses tap water. AC Wards regular 1 6.98 cardigan, clutch, tuxedo styles; 100% wool checks, tweeds; 100% nylons, washable, mothproof. Favorite colors. Sizes 8—1 8* Reg. 1.19 Mixing Bowl Set I Aluminum with anodized .1 i alumih'te finish — won't I J; stain or mar. Rustproof. 213 QT. Reg. 98c Stretch Nylons Fit the leg like a sec- 1 ond skinMi-denier, -60 gauge. 8-1116. a PAH 7-pc. Modern Brass & Black Dinette FOAM RUBBER seats—$130 quality 2.39 Hot-Dip Garbage Can forming , . . won't 10% DOWN ON HUMS Table with leaf is 60". Plastic covered choirs won't mar walls. Choose pink or gray. 13.25 Set of "Diana" Save 25%. Ovi proof semi-pore lain. Pink rim. 1.98 QUALITY Rack Keeps magazines neat. Wrought iron — brass trim. 17'A' high. Riverside Spark Plugs N«w long electrode, l\ ceramic insulator, jdL* "Thermosealed" shell. SIT OF I 12/2 Non-Metallic Cable For indoor wiring. New improved outer cover. Ripcord; UL op'prov. UO. »< PI. 98c Flat Steel Lawn Rake 21 spring steel teeth— >fw will not injurt lawn. Long I, I C 48-in. handle. * * 2 ties for the prict of 1 Selection of"r«ps, wovtflt, and foulards in variety of fabrics, Girls' Powder Blue Pump Little girls look love- Q Oft ly in this Easter style. O» / O Also other colors. sizis i'/4-» Terms Gas Range with new Match-Less Oven Griddle for 'Burgers, Pancakes $5 DOWN ON TMMS Use no matches—oven lights automatically. Gas-saving Micro-Jet! pile* cuts heat. Telechron clock. 169 95 Equal to Batteries As Much As $7 Mora 1W-T1. MM. I0 9S 100 amp. hr. cop., 45 platm, 2526 >q. hi. of platt ar«a. «And your bolUry In trod* Rubberflex Flat Paint 67 sparkling colors OALLOM (10.5.1* 4.66 Smooth flowing, «asy to apply. No paint odor. Dries In one hour. Scrub- bablt.Qt 1.1* 21 in. TV Sale Aluminixed Tube for sharp picture 149 95 Reg. 164.95 • Less than trade-in price on other brands and you keep your old set! • Year's warranty on parts and tubes • 90 days free service policy • Powerful chassis • Modernized tubes and circuits Powerful 2 HP 4-Cycle 20" Rotary-Reg.. Cuts through tough*!* grail. Rtcesud wh**l> allow clos* trim. Cutting h.ightodj. iVlloitt'.

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