The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 19, 1956 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 19, 1956
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PAGE TWO BLTTHIVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THTJRSDAT, APRIL 19, 1958 OSCEOLA NEWS 87 Betty* Nellc Starr Lvnn Weinberg had »s her guests over the weekend Ida Leigh Levy and Suzanne Shainberg of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Young and Mrs. Raymond Edrlngton were in Memphis Friday night with A.2c Raymond .Edrlngton. who left by plane for Manhattan Beach, N. Y.. where he will leave for French Morocco, North Africa, for a 12- month tour of duty with the Air Force. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ivy attended the funeral of his uncle in Henderson, Tenn., Sunday. .Mrs. William Elias entertained the Osceola-Luxora Bridge Club at her home Monday night. Guests were Mrs. B. M. Radcliff, Mrs. Palmer Stanton and Mrs. Hyman Weinberg. Mrs. Elias served a dessert course before the games. Mrs. R. C. Langston of Luxora won high score and Mrs. Elizabeth Silliman, also of Luxora, won second high. The Literary Department of Progressive Club met Tuesday at-! ternoon at the home of Mrs. Ed j Teaford, Sr.. with Mrs. R. H. Jones : and Mrs. Ruth Swansey as co-hos- i tesses. j Mrs. J. L. Glascoe presented the, program on Salt Lake City. ! Pvt. Jimmy Little arrived home I from Fort Knox, Ky., Sunday night • to spend two weeks with his mother, Mrs. Charlsie Little. Pvt. Little will return to For Knox and leave from there for Hanaau. Germany for a tour of duty with the Third NFA SWEETHEART — Iris Delores While will represent Harrison High School's New Farmers of America Chapter in state competition at Helena on May 4. She's chapter sweetheart. A. E. Lester is chapter advisor. (Courier S'cws Photo) Army Division for a year. Miss Anita Williams had as her Womack May Oppose Harris CAMDEN. Ark. Lfl — Rep. J. A. (Dooley) Womack, Camden insurance agent, said yesterday he may run for 4th District congressman. The position now Is held by Oren Harris, who has announced for re- guests over the weekend Hadley. ... and Bill Hays Mary Nell Farlow I Womack, 31. served in the Legls- and Jackie Sue Hollis, all of j lature from Dallas County in 1949 -- - - - and 1851. «nd in the 1953 and 1955 sessions from Ouachita County. Jackie Marked Tree, Mrs. W. O. Frazier entertained her weekly bridge club at her home Friday afternoon. Mrs. Kinley Ray and Mrs, E. M. Radcliff were special guests. Mrs. Frazier served a dessert course and used spring flowers throughout tne house. Mrs. Frazier won high score and Mrs. Ray second. Mrs. John Ed Phillips entertained her bridge club at her home Wednesday night. Special guests were Mrs., Rick Biggadike, Mis Martha Ann Moore and Mrs. W. M. Chiles. Mrs. Red Raylor of Victoria won high score and Mrs. Clyde Whistle won second high. The hosess served a dessert course. The Osceola Chapter of PEG met Wednesday afternoon at .the home of Mrs. Frank Williams. Mrs. L. C. B. Young was co-hostess for the monthly luncheon-meeting. Mrs. Roy Cox, outgoing president, had charge of the program on "Constructive Playtime." Osceola merchants and Radio Station K. O. S. E. are sponsoring a Mother of the Year contest. Each church and civic club will have one representative. Mrs. A. W.. Young has been selected to represent the Chrlstinn Workers of First Christian Church. Mrs. Wallace Hoke will represent Calvary Episcopal Women's Auxiliary. Playing cards rank among the oldest printed matter on earth. More than 100,000 different kinds of sea shells are known and named. $0 POTENT New flcauty Serum tecentlr isolated br tory. Fiv ii potent . Onlr 7 iopi (foil)- neeikd. HORMONE SERUM Look YoMngtr- Ftel Younger! oc/B Away Wr/nWoi, Crow'f Ft** AinjiinR nc STRUM it 1 wrinkle* and HORMONEX BEAUTY pomii. 7 Hrnpt <l*ilr MM ciow'i fen. When >imx>t!.e<i liilv »lloi- . MCriurr to jrouihlulnelt tt( pucticillr ill fttmk ncmtu. HC-IY* with Unolin mil Icwinr lot bitcil prnm.uon. Skin fcrlt Acu io quickly' Ix-oujc n'l 5 iimn tt ppvrtftil n iian.iif.i hnrmoru- cimn- 50,000 I.U. p« ounce. lt'» economic* I. too — Ctmi leu llun M • il»y. KK> DAY SUPPLY Uir ii »t nijcht. hrforc tetinnK — look fur tmaiuift mulu 111 Use inninins, oi—tij it it • (Uytimc mikc-iip [<*!<• >M (iifltini ind ptrtJfleil. loo 1 So, lot i liciliei. Uichter. r<»mi(er-lonL.inK conit.icnoi'1 KM J ttottkofHORMONI : X y Only JV10 r lm i. On 't 'lo.lcc . ind Drug SLOICI Hi-Way Drug Main at Division I'hon 2-201Q Charter No. 14380 Report of condition of Reserve District No. 8 The First National Bank In Blytheville in the Slate of Arkansas, at the close of business on April 10. 1956. Published In response to call made by Comptroller of th« Currency. , under Section 5211, II. S. Revised Statutes. ASSETS | Cash, balances with, other banks, including reserve balance. and cash it-ems in process of collection S 2.00-1.R-lfi.77 United States Government obligations, direct and gunrnnued $ 1,864.7:8.28 Obligations of States nnd political subdivisions 474,8(11.80 Corporate stocks (including $18.000.00 stock of Federal Reserve banki 18.000.00 Loans and discounts i Including S4.224.40 overdraft*! 5,6110.137.39 Bank premises owned $60,000.00, fnriutmr nnd fixtures $11,008.90 71.00B91! TOTAL ASSETS S10.113.380.12 I. 1 .4 I! I 1.1 T I E S Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and rorpora- tions S 6.204.2-12.5!) Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, nnd corpornt.kms 1,556,9-16.81 Deposits of United States Government i including postal savings i I16.4W.41 Deposits of Slates and political subdivisions 1.279,333.3"> Deposits of banks - O'.h--r d r -prjsi's 'CtTtifu'd and cashier's checks, etc.i 69.724.70 TOTAL DEPOSITS 59.394.255.32 TOTAL LIABILITIES $ 8,304.255.32 CAPITAL A C C O t: N T S Capiui] Stock: Common stock, lotal par $300.000.00 $ 300,000.00 Surplus 300.000.00 Undivided profits 119.124.80 Family Operation CROOKSTON, Minn. UP) — AB Wilfred C. Nlmen» came out of the ether after an emergency appendectomy, he made out a familiar face. It wa* that of nil wife, who had bwn as*!gned to her husband's operation on her first day of hospital service in five yean. NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE Notice is hereby given that pursuant to a decree rendered by the Chancery Court for the Chlcka- sawba District of Mississippi County. Arkansas, in a cause pending therein wherein A. J. Lewis, Trustee for Lewis Gin Company. Is plaintiff and Floyd Densmore and Eva Densmore are defendants. I will, within lawful hours, on the 25th day of April. 1956. offer for sale at public auction to the highest and best bidder, upon a credit of three months, at the South front door of the courthouse In the City of Blythevllle, Arkansas, the following described property: Part of Lot One, Block One, Wllliford Si Garrison Addition to Town of Manila, Arkansas, and more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the Southeast Corner of said Lot One, thence north fifty feet: thence West one hundred twenty-five feet; thence South fifty feet: thence east one hundred twenty-five feet to point of beginning, all In Mississippi County, Arkansas. Th< purchaser at said sale shall b« required to give bond with approved security, to secure the payment of his bid, and a lien will also be retained on the property therefor. Dated this 4th day of April, 1956. SEAL GERALDINE LISTON, Commissioner In Chancery. James M. Gardner, Attorney for Plaintiff. 5/5-12-19 NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF No. 2,343 Evelyn Sims Meux, deceased Last known address of decedent: 801 Mississippi Ave., Blytheville, Ark. Dated of death: July 10th, 1B55. An instrument dated July 27th, 1851, was on the 8th day of October, 1055, admitted to probate as the last will of the above named decedent, and the undersigned has been appointed executor thereun- der. A contest of the probate of the will can be effected only by filing a petition within the time provided by law. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice first published 12Ui day of April, 1956. CHARLES LIPFORD, Executor. 4/12-10 KEEP THIS AD! Over 13,01)0 Arthritic and Rheu malic SufdTers have taken this mrdlrlne sinre It came on the market. Kr« Information by slvlni; your name and address to BRA'/.II, MKIIIC1NE CO., P. 0. Box 522, Hot Springs, Arkansas. ^^^ Let us make your old shoes look lik. new again HALTERS SHOE SHOP 121 W. Main Ph. 2-2722 NOTICE: Seed Dealers We are your wholesale distributor for the following corns: Funk's G Hybrid • Dekalbs • Missouri 13 L. K. ASHCRAFT CO. Railroad & Cherry St. Ph. PO 3-4403 F«r aches, palnc, eita, fcnrim, tarM, col4>, headachei, bltti »nd itlnn trj Bob's Gypsy Rub Liniment Available at jolt favorite drat eointw C. G. SMITH PRODUCTS CO. -OPEN- ELLIS & HARRINGTON SHEET METAL WORKS 203 North 1st St. Next Door to Westbrook Machine Shops Gutter Work - Duct Work All Types Sheet Metal Work Prompt Service—All Work Guaranteed -Phone 3-4161- Jimmie Edwards and Genera! E!eclric OFFER YOU ON THIS 1 H-.P. 1956 MODEL GENERAL ELECTRIC Pre-Season Allowance! Regular 369,95 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 71EI.124.BO ..$10.113,380.12 185.000.00 132.500.00 1.832.866.07 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS. M K M O R A N n A Assets pledged or assigned to secure llabilitif-s and for other purposes Loans as shown above are after deduction of reserves of... Loans to farmers directly guaranteed and redeemable on demand by the Commodity Credit Corporation, and cer- tifiates of interest representing ownership thereof TOTAL AMOUNT of LOANS, CERTIFICATES of INTEREST and OBLIGATIONS, or PORTIONS THEREOF (listed above', which are fully backed or insured by agencies of the United Stares Government (other than "United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed"! $ 1,832.886.0" I. Jack C. Owen, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is. true to the bc.-t of my knowledge and boliof. JACK C. OWEN. Cashier. Correct—Attest: E. M. REGENOLD B. R. HAYS H. H. HOUCHINS, Directors. Stite of Arkansas. County of Mississippi, ss: . Sworn to and subscirbcd before me this n day of April, 1856. and I Iv ;-l>y certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank. (SEAL) • JESSE TAYLOR, Notary Public. My commission expires 1/1/1058. Installed By Our Own Service Department With All the Great GE Features © AUTOMATIC THERMOSTAT • HIGH POWER FACTOR • TWO SPEED FAN a FILTERS AIR FIRST PAYMENT JUNE lst-2 Yrs To Pay! Only a Limited Number to Sell at This Pre-Seasora P. ice JIMMIE FURNITURE COMPANY

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