The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 23, 1955 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 23, 1955
Page 10
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PAGE TEH BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAT, DECEMBER IS, 0/rorct Sought LO» ANQELES Ml — Mrs. John Allen Andre, 93, daughter of the Utc movie cowboy Tom Mix, filed (Ult tot divorce Wednesday, charg- ing cruelty. Andre, S3, member of a Doylestown, Pa., family, is a screen writer. The couple met in Tokyo in 1852 and married a year later. Read Courier New§ Classified Ads. A HEART-FELT SENTIMENT This time of year, a* we «ount our blessingi, we always recall our many faithful friends. To those of you whom we were honored to serve, and helped us achieve such a successful year - we say, with pride and gratitude A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS The New York Store will be closed Mon. & Tues., Dec. 26 & 27-Open Wed., Dec. 28-9 p.m. In Blytheville Since 1909 REISER OFFICERS — The Student Council at Reiser High School has elected the following officers (Shown left to right,)'. Shirley Spain, secre- tary: Bonnie Mills, vice president; Fannie Cox, president; Ruby Duvall, reporter. Businessmen Want Tax Cut, Balanced Budget from Santa By SAM DAWSOX NEW YORK (AP) — Belief in Santa Clans doubtless is more common among the little| Virginias of our land than among hardhearted American businessmen. I But the titans of industry might well be writing letters to the good saint, for all we; know. If so, here are some things they may be asking him to put under their Christmas trees:! Please Santa bring a tax cut—| sary of terms to show what the. richer and richer, but that we get almost any old tax cut: on ourj Russians moan when they say a real good buy ourselves (way profits our take home pay or on | something. We look up their words! below list price) when we go ordinary dictionaries but the; shopping for a new car. Fire Destroys Wayside Inn SUDBURY, Mass. «>)—Tile historic, centuries-old Wayside Inn, immortalized by Poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and restored to its natural beauty by the late Henry Ford, was destroyed by flames yesterday. Two hours after the blaze broke out in zero temperature, a fire official said, "The buildinc ie a total loss." The blaze devoured the rambling wooden structure and its contents ttu products we make and hope to sell. At the same time, naturally, expect you to see , that the budget gets balanced, the federal debt reduced, and national de- meanings obviously aren't the same- We could all sleep better, plan betier, enjoy the fruits o! peace and prosperity more, if we , could just be sure that what think we see is really peace and prosperity with any kind of lasting quality, Tariff Cute fenses made ever stronger. As little politics as possible, too, please, it will be an election year, but don't let them make business the whipping boy. Don't notice if big business gets bigger. At the same time, help little business. Let every body make scads of i year we gel tanu GUIS on every- money, and nobody fail (except, thing we buy as purchasing agents maybe one or two of our morej f 0r our firms or as individual cus- Fmally. Santa, ii it isn't asking too much, settle that farm prob- le:n. Somehow make the surpluses 01 farm products disappear with' a profit to the government and! without costing the taxpayers a cem—and also without hurting the feelings of our friends and allies , „ it _. t i who themselves have farm prod- And. Santa, something for our- • selves: please see to it that .next| "cis to sel1 on :he wor!d market year we get tariff cuts on every-j Let farm prices rise so that the farmers will hav* more money to troublesome competitors). Easy on Probes tomers the stores — but be J .- --- , sure, of course, to see that we get And go easy on those congres- a higher tariff on everything that we make in our particular factory man iiuma ^.^....6 w ^.... Then see if you can't bring some They come high in time and peace and quiet in this squabble money. And when they're over, often between the auto makers and their as not we just wonder what the dealers. Make sure that both grow shooting was all about. For that matter, you've no idea, Santa, how much time we spend filling out government forms, how many clerks we hire just to keep Washington informed about — sometimes we aren't sure wha about. If the new year brings a guaranteed annual wage for labor, please, Santa, give us guaranteed annual profits, our stockholders guaranteed annual dividends, and the dad? of the land guaranteed annual bank accounts riding high above the first of the month bills. Then drtfp in cur stocking a glos- To our many friends: Merry Christmas Greetings we send to you — And, our warmest wishes, too ... May there be special joys in store — All the wondrous things. You're surely hoping for! MOORE FURNITURE COMPANY spend on. the things we make. But make real sure that if prices rise for the farmers the cost of living doesn't go up for us. What say, Santa? we've been real good boys most of the -time in 1955. m SO EASY! So easy , . . so convenient, and so smart! There's no need to shop around all over town, for you see at Safeway you get the advertised specials, along with low shelf prices, so you save where it really counts, on your TOTAL food bill. And remember, Safeway will meet the lowest advertised price of every 'competitor item by item, day by day, in Biytheville. Saturday Only! Whole or Strained CRANBERRY SAUCE 2™ 33* Domino or Godchaux CANE SUGAR 10£ 89* Duchess Smooth, Delicious SALAD DRESSING £ 43* Miracle Whip SALAD DRESSING Highway Halves or Slices PEACHES 4 £ No. 2'/2 400 Tins I 1 Goldenway Brand Delicious SPICED PEACHES Shortening — None Finer ROYAL SATIN 3 £ 69* Shortening SNOWDRIFT 3 - 69* Dormeyer Appliances DEEP FRYERS Battery Operated TOY TRAINS - I 5 ' DON'T FORGET! Safeway will m«t the lowest advertised pflce of every competitor - item by item - day by day — In Biytheville. Quality considered. Wt reserve the right to limit purchases 4Qt. 4^98 S/xe I/ WHAT ERFORMANCE! of valuable »nfl<ni<» detplt* the efforts of at le»»t h*H a Aotfn firefighting unite. Quests often stayed at the Inn. but police said no one was in the building at the time of the fire. The historic stopping place on the old Boston Post Bond was built about 1686 and was known originally as the Red Tavern. Later it took on new historic interest when Longfellow used it as the inspiration for his "Tales of a Wayside Inn." Rapid Turnover LINCOLN, III. WV-JUIluf A. wood suffered only cut* when hi* car: Went out of control, struck » sign, shot across Route 6«, went down a steep embankment, flipped over and landed on itt wheel* t» Brainerd's branch. r . id Courier Hews Classified Ad». * SEE YOUR NEAREST OLDSMOBILE DEALER CHRISTMAS s»y Thanks to our Loyal Custom*™ Beit WMu* Rotidijr •wing s BURNETT'S ROYAL TIRE SERVICE S. Hiway 61 Phone 3-8662 $1,700 CAPITAL AND SURLUS OF THE THE .GENERAL LIFE It is with great pleasure and appreciation of your interest in our company chat we announce that the entire subscription of Common Stock, ot the company has been completely sold out as of December 17, 1955. A large number of applications for shares have been received since that time and will have to be returned, since the Capitalization of our company '» limited to $1,700,000.00. Your stock certificates, where payment wa« made in full, and the interim certificates, where shares were purchased on a budget basis, are in the mails now and you should receive them within ' a few days. We are indeed grateful for your overwhelming response and for your participation in our company. We will continue to keep you informed as to the progress of your company at all times. In a few days, the CHARTER POLICIES of your company, limited to Old Line Legal Reserve Life Insurance will become available. We invM* you to watch for further anrwuncerneru*. Phase three of our operation* will be the establishment of lot*!, regional and state offices, following which will b« our expansion into a national institution. Trie task before <*s is tremendous, but we have no dontx » 10 the outcome. Your continued interest is gratefully appreciated. GENERAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Of ARKANSAS SOfi W. 2nd St., Littlt Rock

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