The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 21, 1956 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 21, 1956
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH M, 19M. BLTTHBVTLLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE ELJBTEN STARR GAZING I •» BBTTXE NUXK »TABB ' Cewter Niwi Miff ICeneepMeett .1"! bet OM tbtng, if you only knew how badly an Ice crusher wu needed In Osceola Memorial Hotpltal you'd be only to glad to mate a amall contribution toward buying it— or do you have one you would, donate? let la certainly a necessity in a hospital,'•".nobody will argue that, if you've ever been a patient you know what I mean. Do you know what I saw nurses doing? Crushing ice with a spoon. . . That's almost as obsolete, as the cave man's method. Imagine beating enough ice to quench the thirst or cool the fever of a hospital full 'of patients. . When I saw that, I promised mw- self I'd ask for contributions to buy a modern icec rusher and tnat'mc- actly what I'm doing. A good one is under |20. The first women's professinoal club, "Sorosis," was formed on - _ this date in 1868. Young Men's He=--fa>ve is blind.. Therefore marriane ' " ~ • is an institution for the blind. Whatever you may be sure of. 'be yean ago and really have aomt unusual names X towns and their postmasters." Some are only ghost towns now. Of course, you may not be interested, but if you know someone who is, then pass this on to them.' Many homes are unionized. They have an eight hour-a-day husband and a sixteen hour-a-day wife. Thanks, ladies, for that pat on my back. You grow up when you have your first real laugh — at yourself. The common cold Is both positive and negative: Sometimes the eyes have it and sometimes the nose. Don't judge a man by his clothes, but by his wife's clothes. It's been said the modern college is a place where 2.000 can sit in the classrooms and • 50,000 In' the stadium. Marriage is an Institution, so everybody says. Marriage is love. Fire Destroys Newport Firm .NEWEORT, Ark. W) — Fire de itroy«d t huge converted, airplane hanitr being uwd by a home trill' er manufacturing plant near here Monday night, causing damages serve and add four small Jars (or cans) of caviar. Serve pumpernlck- le rounds for the men and of course melba rounds to the ladles, more feminine you know, but not nearly is good, might I add. The Baptist. Hospital in Memphis is the, largest denominational hospital in the south and is the largest Baptist Hospital in the world, barring .none. , Don't be a bit. surprised to hear that our national, hymn has been changed to "Sixteen Tons." Old Era's, done hit, the three million mark in a lot shorter time than did the inspired words of Francis Scott Key. Just goes you, eitunatcd it 1910,000 and temporarily Idling 100 workers. The flamu destroyed a wooden ttructur* which Palaot Hornet, Inc., had und u an uetmbly building. ,>' •: Hauseniien tald the flamei destroyed machinery and materials valued at W>0,000, Newport city of' flclali said the city-owned build- Ing wai worth $60,000.. The plant ii eight mile« north of here at the »it* of » World War II air base, v •,. , ;; • • Wilson FFA Has Banquet WILSON — Forty-five .boys, their dads and guests attended the "annual father and son F.F.A. banquet at Wilson. Friday night. Esther Butkin, chapter sweetheart, was presented with a bracelet. Short talks were made by chapter President Danny Bowen, Qan Carpenter and Kenny Sano. The speaker of the evening waa Kem brew Association'Was founded in N-?w York City on March 22, 1874. Patrick, Henry's famous, "Liberty or Death", speech was given on March 23, 1775. Sir.Walter Raleigh was given the right to colonize America on March 25, 1584. | Ponce de Leon discovered Flori da on March'27, 1513. The first set t!ement in Maryland, St. Mary's w?s on March 27, 1634 and believe it or not Ann Sothern (hot south era) is 47 years young. President tj; S. Grant.had no ear -for music it's been said. He once said, "I.only know two tunes: one of them'Js, "Yankee Doodle," and the other isn't." Life is easier to,, take than you think. This Is what Kathleen Nor ris added to that phrase,."AH tha is necessary, is to accept the im possible, do-without the indispensa : ble and bear -the: Intolerable.' Easy?. Uh Uh! I never w«s the one to worry about my great grandpa, yet I'm as patriotic is they come, but the thing I'm most concerned about is sons and.grandsons are going to turn out. Let the dead rest In pe«c«, I ilwayi ay. For you folks who collect postmarks,'write tlu- postmaster for these: Three Churches, W. Va., Methodist Camp, la., Baptist, Ky., Lord's Valley, Perm., Organ, N. M., Holy City, Calif., Christian,: W. Va., Hardsell,' Ky., and Caesar's Head, Penn. Postmasters are pretty obliging folks,and when you send your two cenU off .for cancellation, ask him to tell/you how hie town got it* name on the back of your postcard and ask him to sign his name That's nice to have on record, too. Oh, I think of everything, you see. I Btarted this collection many Greta Gar bo Inherits $772 KALMAR, Sweden (ft — GrcU . Garbo inherited 4,000 kroner ($772) yesterday from an uncle who .worked a farm near this south ' Swedish city. The will of Alex Johansson be- ^queathed a like sum to Garbo's brother, Svcn Gustafsson. As a teen-ager, the actress spent summers on her uncle's farm. She visited him 10 years ago. ROTHROCK DRUG STORE Remember ns for prescriptions Paint Closcout MM? Typei Ami Celen i Price Hubbard Hardware PLASTERING Patching or Complete Jobs STUCCO WORK WATER PROOFING HUM 1-M19 for Free Estimate H«neh«ll CHATTER-BOX "A Better Ftteirte Oe.- 441 Bo. Hit St. MICHELOB DRAFT BEER Grant L. Frmriw, ewnor W. L. FM*. «•»• Buffort Shoe Shop Expert Shot Repair Good Shot* tt Good Pri««. 11J S.^ $100.00 IFOR YOUR OLD STOVIJ (In WwMm Cea«Ueii) ON ANT I Flertnca On Rang* JHubbard & sure of this: That you are dreadfully like other people. ' A wise man may look ridiculous in the company of fools. Tlie way to fight a woman is with ycur hat. Grab it and run. . Abe Lincoln .said hjs father taught him to work, he didn't teach him to love it. The penalty of success is to be bored by the attentions of people who formerly snubbed you. The way to happiness Is to be satisfied both with what you .have and what you haven't. A great many people think they I are thinking when they are actually rearranging their prejudices. Have you wondered what to dtf with' a can of caviar after • you bought It? Try this dip and watch the men at your party wear » beaten path to the hors d'ouvres trayl Cream - 3 small packages of cream cheese with Yi cup of «our cream and 2 tablespoons of 'onion Juice. To this add a clove of garlic (whole) and let stand In the refrigerator over night. Remove the garlic when ready to M .IS .35 ' Continued from Page 10 HENRY ASHABKANNER ADDITION TO MANILA Charles Stroud '.•'•" . . ,-.,•• -.; W Ji of -Lots 14, 15 and 16 A l.M." .40 Richard Douglas •--... . E V 3 of Lots 14, 15 and 18 A l.M , .40 1. M. CARTJTHERS ADDITION TO MANILA Walter Wright : 111. 1.40 35 IRREGULAR LOTS IN TOWN OF MANILA Edgar Curtwrlght ' Lot 2 A NTS'/i NW'A 31-15-9 Lot 1.60 .40 ORIGINAL SURVEV TO MANILA Lloyd L.' McBcide ........ ...... 192 14 3.00 ,75 .25 Big Lake Gin Co ........ .': ....... 214 16 140 .10 .25 Same.... ................ . ....... 215 16 ., '.40 ,10 ; .25 Same... ............... ..... ..... 216 1« 2.40 .60 .25 Same.... ................ . ..... ..217 16 2.40 .60 .25 Same ................. . ........ 218 1* 3.40 .60 . .25 A. B Trucks ................. .'... 226 17 1.20 .30 .25 JackTipton ...... ........ '. ..... 238 '17 1.40 .35 .35 PARKVIEW ADDITION TO MANILA Willie E.^rown ...'. ..... ' ........ 10 6 1.80 .45 '• . .25 Same.... ..... '. ........... ....:... 11 6.. .40 .10 . -.35 WEST END SUBDIVISION TO MANILA Delia McGraW .'. . .. ...... ...... 5 C 1.80 . .45 .15 WILLIFORD t GARRISON ADDITION TO MANILA Emmett Jackson ...... ......... :'.. 1 1 1.20 ',- • .30 .25 Said persons and corporations and all others interested in said lands are hereby notified that they are required by law to appear and make defense to said suit or the same will be taken for confession and judgment final will be entered directing .the., sale of said lands for the purposes of collecting said delinquent Tributary Taxes, together with the payment of interest, penalty and costs allowed by law-. , WITNESS my hand as Clerk of the Chancery Court of Mississippi County, Arkansas, this 13th day of March, 1956, A. D. SEAL • - GEEALDINE LISTON, Chancery Court Clerk. Aged Negro Dies Trying to Save Sunday School Money from Fire PINI BLUFF, Ark. W—An elderly Negro died yesterday when he returned to his burning house In a per Bruton, vice president of Arkansas-Missouri Cotton Dinners As- tociatlon, who spoke ,to the group on the need for proper preparation. Officers of the Wilson F.P.A. chapter this year are president, Danny Bowen; vice president, Dan Carpenter; secretary, Kenny Sano: treasurer, Sudie Cecil; reporter, Doyle Carpenter; sentinel, James Coburn; student advisor, Kim Teal; advisor, E. D. Beall. futile effort to save money he wa» keeping as treasurer of his Sunday school class. Sheriff Harold Norton identified the victim as John Wesley Williams, about 80, who lived on the Guy Sullivant plantation four miles south of here. Williams' wife Minnie told Norton that she 'and her husband fled from the 4-room Irame structure when it caught fire from a stove pipe. Her husband dashed back into the burning house to get the Sunday school class treasury, she >ald. Ito iherlff said Mr*. Williams did not know how much money was involved. No trace of the money wu found In the ashei. Coroner Frank Reed ruled the death due to fire, although Wil- Htm*' head tor* a *kuH fraetw* M If from a fall. lulUnot MM Williams hid been subject to tout attacks. ' Read Courier News ClaMiflwl Ad* • The best . i Recommendation a whisky can have Of all the fine whiskies made in Kentucky—and these are the world's best—Kentuckians themselves overwhelmingly choose Early Times over all other straight whiskies! Have better times with Pin» Jilt. EARLY TIMES Itn't It tint, you Usted tU KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKY • 86 PROOF EARLY TiMES DISTILLERY COMPANY • LOUISVILLE 1, KY. MH50 With HYDRAMIC POWER by MASSEY-HARRIS! built to trigger a new tractor age ... We Will Demonstrate This Tractor On Your Own Farm At No Obligation To You! Call Today. 61 IMPLEMENT CO. 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