The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 3, 1949 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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•'•"si TWO BI-YTHEVTLLE COURIER NEWS THTJKSDAY, MARCH 8, 1949 Bureau Records Missco Births About 75 Babies Born In County During Month of February About 15 birth certificate,! were received from registrars in Mississippi County during . February by Mrs. J.. B. Collie, acting director of the Bureau of Vital Siatfetics o( the Stat« Health Department, It was announced today. The list Includes: Jack and Bonnie Cullens, Blytheville, bov, Mark Grady; George and Prances Hick*, Holland, Mo., girl, Betty Louise; George anrt Lela Nelson, BlyUieviUe, boy, George Alvin; Charles and Marlhn. Ray, Huffman, girl, Mary Louise; HoUert and Bessie Donnell, Stcele, Mo., boy, Robert 'Lee; Eugene and Karla Mays, .Blythevill*, boy, Glenn Howard; Floyd, and Flora Scotl, .Blytheville, girl, ChMlotte; William and Iv.i George, Luxora, boy, Raymond Mitchell; Willie and Well Cliisin, Blylheville, boy, Junior Edwnrd. Hershell and Vila Bycd, Blylhe- ville, girl, V'Orft' Wane; Paul and Anionla Longorio, Blytheville, boy, Guadelupe; Carlos and EloLse Carrillo, Obrrizas Spring, boy, Jimmy; Fariss and Mary Perkins, Dell, S"\< Wanda Lou; Henry and Kamcliiv Long, Blyllicville, boy Michael Henry; 'Sanlord and Francos Boone. Blytheville, girl, Susan Gnrrer; Robert arid Thelma Roberts, Blylhe- ville. girl, Sandra Fein; Roscoe and Th'eima Bishop, Stcele, Mo., girl, Phyllis;- Allen and Willie Baker. Blythevilte, girl, Helen Mac; Jotm and Agnes Fitzgerald, Blytheville, nom i c trends, boy, Michael Waldra. John and Nellie Arnold, Blytheville, girl, Witma Jean; C. M. anrt 8ybie Burleson, Dell, boy, Richard Trarels; Hardy and Manvil Ctiil- dres. Blylheville, boy, Hardy Hill; Luther and Maitiie Burgess, Blytheville, girl, Sharon Lynn; W. L. and Dorothy Oldham, Dell, girl, Vaiidat Kay; Gordon and Jo L. Pinson, Blytheville, girl. Jsuinet Louise; Max and Anelta Watson, Armorel, boy. Max Richard; Cecil and Vena Haley, Dell, girl, Mary Jane; Roy W. and Opal Park, Blyllicville, buy, Ray Malcolm; R. D. and Evelyn • Farshel, Blytheville, girl, Linda : Marie. : Archie and Geneva Patterson, Holland, girl, P»t»y Kathryn; Everett E. and Myrtle LUCAS, Blylhe- ville, boy, Jerry Wayne; Berry and Patricia Allen, Blytheville, Sarah Ross; James H. and Johnnie Phy, Hayti, Mo., Rirl, Marilyn Ruth- A. T. and B. V. Thomas, Blylheville boy, Dwight; Kenneth and Dorothj Wardlow, Blytheville, boy, Kcnnetl Dalton; Wililord and Mary Lair $teele, Mo., boy, Wililord Rcxrtale : William and Evelyn Banister Blylheville. boy, William Stephen. ;I Billy and Joyce Deep, Blyllievllle boy, 'Danny DouglM;-', jtmtf Matilda Bass, . ^jtheyjile, Jamei Martin; iA'^H^- *" d Mar Graham, Steele, Mo., boy, Roge Alvin; Allen and Elsie Hsrdln, Bly theville, boy, Unnamed; Albert an Janette Kinkade, Holland, Mo., bo: Sammy Phillip; Henry and Hor setta aaines, Blytheville. boy, Don aid Hay; Elriy and Mary Web Blytheville, boy, Dannie Hoyt; VI gll and Nellie GIHIam, Osceola, gir Mary Lou; Hoy D. and Mabel Rogers, Reiser, boy, Raymond Dal J. C. and Nora Bussey, Wilson, bo Thomas Wesley; Butord and Hele Wilkerson, Burdetle, boy, Bufo Hee; Harold and Lillian Cook, Kei- aer, girl, Trecie Joyce; C. L. and Dorothy Chlldres. Oak Grove, boy, Clois Lee; Charles and Marjorle Griffin, Osceola. boy, Leroy Floyd; George and Lynoria L-edbclter, Osceola, girl, Patricia Ann; Douglas and Nella Walts. West Ridge, boy. Cart Has Three Dog-Power In Rome, gasoline k so high-priced that this Junk dealer switched to dog-powered transportation. To meet resolutions, he had to lit a hand brake to his cart. It works flne—as long as no cats come along. (Photo by NBA-Acme staff correspondent Toni Caione.) Cleveland Paper Charges Truman Holding Secret Meetings in Blair House CLEVELAND, March 3. IIP)— The Cleveland Plrtlti Dealer sMcl yesterday President Tnnnnn has been holding secret nfght sessions on the nation's economic conditions with "Industrial and financial bigwigs." In rt dispatch /rom Its WnshlJig- ton Bureau, reporter Fletcher Kimbel wrote: "The president. It was learned, has summoned business leaders to Blair House, his temporary abode, and quizzed them closely on eco- (lie last three weeks, there .ve been four after-dark meetings Blnir House with men proml- cnt on Wall Street, In aiitomo- le 'manufacturing, equipment lines (1 basic Industry." Legislature to Conduct Memorial Services LITTLE ROCK, March 3—f/Pl— A memorial service honoring thrc deceased members of the Arkruisn legislature will be conducted the Scnnlc chnmber at 11 tomorrow. The service will honor the lal T. J. Rrmey, Sr.. Little Rock, wh served In the Senate In )911 1013, the Sate Car! Mnnn of Nevada County, u ho represented Hempstead and Nevada Counties In the Senate from 1.122 to 1020. and the late H. L. Ponder of Walnut nidge, who was a member of the Senate from 1917 to 1021. fate Office Allocates 6,735,000 During Month LITTLE ROCK, Match 3—MV— loney distributed from the Ark- nsas State Apportionment Pimd In ebruary totaled 16,735.426.68, Slate 'rensurer J. Vance Clayton report- d yesterday. Largest allocation w»s 42,405,606.2 received by the County Aid Fund ollowed by $1,28:1,614.80 received by Public School Fund. Dlstrlbu- lon to the Municipal Aid Fund was 237,018.62; General Revenue Fund 343.156.48; State Construction Fund, 8128,579.34 and University of .rkansas, $101,175.79. Cut in Prices Causes Brisk Trade in Russia MOSCOW, March 3. (/?'/—Trie Soviet press yesterday reported sales up and trade very brisk as a result of the price-cutji put Into effect Monday. Reductions ranged from 10 per cent on bread to 30 per cent on hay and salt. Sharp drops In prices on ihe non- controlled ration-free collective farm markets and H sharp increase In the amounts of goods brought to market also were reported, Tamplco Is a fiber, produced In Mexico, for rope making. The "singing" of katydids is ach- evcd by the rubbing of their wings. Tex Beneke's Orchestra To Play in Caruthersville The Veterans of Foreign Wvrs post in Caruther.svllle'ls sponsoring the appearance of Tex Beneke and his orchestra In the National Guard Armory in Caruthersville to play for a dance next Monday night, It was disclosed today. Read Courier News Want Ads. TUl , GrMt to lefiew HONTM.V FEMALE NIK Ar* TOO troubled br dlitno of r»- -m»l« functional monthly dUturb- ucw? Do« thl» m»k» you iuffer trotti p«tn, fe«l »o n«ruou*, weftlc. blgh-BtruDg—*t «uch time*? Tbeo •o try Lydl» g. nnkhun'> Ve«tt»ble Compound to r«Ueve cuch symp- tojusl Ic a rec«nt medic*) t«*t thu proted remirkablr helpful to wpoi- •n troubled thu w«y. Any drusator*. onh Chnrllc; George and Ruth CORDS, Manila, girl, Vicky Sue; Joseph net Katherlne Bachnss, Blythe- llc, girl, Shirley Prune Is; Norman nd Mni-Rnrct Branam, Blytheville, iy, Billle Dale. Pedro find Concepclon Rosas, Oseola, Rlrl. Isabel; Mike nnd Carion Sierra. Victoria, girl, Marlca; athan and Francis. Crump. Lux- ra, girl, Lucy Inez; V. D. nnd nspie Brewer, Lepanto. boy, V. D. y and Fay Jennings, Huffman, oy, Larry Leroy; William and Tille Rogers, Etowah, toy, Robert xic; T. K. and Lena Holt, Armorel, boy, Nathaniel; Lee and Elhel Dc- vnll, Lepnnto. girl. Brcnda Kaj'e; Ozcll and Evalyn Kelly. Blytheville, joy, otho Franklin; Wesley and Myrtle Robinson. Dell, boy, James Richard; Alva and Meltia Brothon, Blylheville, girl, Unnamed; Geary inri Bcrnlce J31ake. Osceola. boy William Harold; Andy and Vida Moody.. Blytheville. girl. Patricia Ann; J«rri|i,»nd!Wiri)3te Burks. Le p»rtto,. bpfr J C«flea' : t«»H e : W. R nnd May Bunch, Blytheville. Diana Rose; Sir Basil and Cleo Smith. Lepanto. girl. Mary Ann Ortls and Dossin Waddle. Blytheville, boy, Unnatned; Clnrcnce am Mae Ashley, Llixora, Girl, Earlinc. Helps You Overcome FALSE TEETH Looseness and Worry No longer be annoyed or feel 111 a ease because o! loose, wabbly fals teeth. FASTEETH. an Improve alkaline (non-arid) powder, sprinkled on your plates holds them I firmer so they feel more comfort- \ able. Soothing and cooling to gums I made sore by excessive ncld mouth. Avoid embarrassment caused by loose plates. Get FASTEETH today at any nmg store. Formall Tractor ENGINE TUNE-UP SPECIAL! Adjust Tappet* Adjust Brakes Flush Radiator Tighten all Radiator Hose Inflate Tires to Correct Air pressure Steam Clean Engine Tune-up Engine Clean Plugs Retime Ignition Check Compression Clean & Refill Air Filter Clean & Adjust Carburetor Adjust Fan & Generator Belts Adjust Governor SOUTHS™ ST. $ hoppers' $ pedals Service That's Our Motto! We spare no effort In providing an EXTRA everyday prescription service, which means extra convenience to you. Feel free to call on us at any time. Prompt delivery service. Phone 607, WOODS DRUG STORE 1 You Are Cordially ! Invited to Visit The Accessory Shop Feminine Apparel Mabel Hugim Jessie Srite Hotel Noble Hlrtj-. lilylhevillc. Ark. THOUSANDS OF INVISIBLE FINGERS IN . n , Oil FILTER CARTRIDGE CONSTANTLY "COMB" DIRT AND SLUDGE FROM YOUR ENGINE OIL TO ... V MAINTAIN HIGHEST LUBRICATING EFFICJCNCy OF Oft if MAKt OIL LAST 1OWG« V MEVENT EXCESSIVE WEAR OF IN- CINE PARTS . . . RESUITJNG IN BETTER PERFORMANCE AND LONGER •NGtNE LIFE It's KM same as original equipment , . . tU tot M! filter fw ford wr and truck engines ALL PRICES CUT UNBLEACHED MUSLIN WAS?5cYD. THIS WEEK ONLY! Wad,,, Wfcfl.l Save and sew your own quilt- bacls, aprons, nightwear and cases. Smoolh finished. 34". REG. 98c PETALDOWN CREPE PRINTS Hood Woihob. 1 . I QQC O ^f r*- Fine dull luster royon En radiant colors to sew into blouses dresses, evening wear. 39-40". BOYS' 4.98 LUG SOLE OXFORD 8«d land Ouo«.> 4 75 A new moc-loe slylo thal'i tur» \o QUO lols o^ WtARI Burgundy leolher v/ifh rubbe/ soles. 2'/a -6. Reg. 9.95 Wardoleum 9x12 Rugs 8 88 Sov»ov*c 10% Ihij wokl H«avv prinlad enamel on Ihick feit ba&ei TII«J, morblei, and floroli. i Reg. 2.59 Pint Lunch Kit 79e Men's Shorts Cut-Priced Santaritt Wards Healltlgards—you can hel Ihese will v/ecr! Vote front v.'i!h ririnnpr Enrlpnpr^ 30-44. 2.49 Bib-Top Denim Overalls r OucMyl T C'il priced! 8-oz. danim, rurt- prool hordv/aro. Big pcckels. Santori Z 9ci-l% shrinVoaa. | REG. 1.98 PEBBLE- DOT PRISCILLAS 177 la. vd» 33" • •'" » Fin» collon roorquisells stiowar- «H wilh liny pebbls doll, closely woven! A value sala-pricsdl 180-COILINNERSPR1NG MATTRESS 1 J 95 AA about Ttr 24' Rei'lisnt Premier Wir» coiU, oll-n»w feUsd cotton uphol- ilery. Durable woven ticking. ^cx) Howl 2 39 lorg« ruslprooled melal box kftepi loodi fr«sh. PinJ vacuum bottle V«epj tiquidi hoi or coldj Reg. 1.49 Household Broom Now rtduct4 f< r Firm!y bound, selected broom corn—slrong.yel flexible. Holds lit thope. Vong-lailingl 2S-FOOT TROUBlf LIGHT Htavp **f 2' Pol lighl right where you reed ill Ruslproof bulb guard, reflec- lor. Rubb«r handle & plug. QUART MST SELF- POLISHING WAX Eosy to use — no rubbing iX pol- isWngl Jusl poor and spread; dries hard in Iwenly minules! UNIFORM Headquarters » Baseball • Softball Get Our Prices TAXI and TRUCK DRIVES UNIFORMS All Colors - Galj.'tijdtn* $12.95 HUDSON Cleaner-Clothier-Tailor Your Used Cars Yes, if you choose a "Select" Used Car from Slielttm Motor, you can he sure of KelliiiR a car with a positive guarantee. 1'efore your decide, see these wonderful car buys. '39 Nash Tudor '35 Chevrolet, Standard model '47 Dodge 1 >/ 2 Ton Truck '39 Ford 1 '/ 2 Ton Truck 1946 Nash Ambassador Fordor 1941 DeSoto Fordor (at a wonderful price!) 11140 Ford Tudor, exceptionally clean. IMS Nash Tudor. 1!K!5 Chevrolet, Standard Model. 1040 Chevrolet Tudor, very clean. 1949 Sludebaker '/, Ton Pickup, 1500 nctual miles. 1947 Dodge 1 «/ 2 Ton Truck. 1939 Ford 1 </ 2 Ton Truck. SHELTON MOTOR CO. 215 South Second Phone 4438 TO MY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS | Call 510 or sec me in Ingram Building Ground Floor, rear City Drug Store, 32 steps (iff M:iiii at United Insurance FRANK D. UNDERWOOD Have us renew your footwear with our fine invisible half snles. The hermetically sealed sole joint will keep out moisture, foreign matter. There will be no shank strain to distort the shoe luid cause discomfort. No nails or stitches. The shoes are truly renewed for long satisfactory wear here. *H-fi LTCRS W. M H I N 'ST. RADIO REPAIR 1 anrt 2-Day Service on Any >Iakc or Model Reliable Workmanship Phone 2642 We Call Fur ;iml Deliver Fred Calliiian Klcclricnl Appliance Co. .Authorized Motorola Sales Service ]()() So. 1st. St. ; SEE YOUR P™C ; EER Sales - Service-Parts^ • - . y« ••••!• .:.; -e •-'«.*"**'/' .,'• Goodwill Used Cars^ ; ' SMITH PONTIAC CO. * I'HONI- BLYTHhVILLE Soy it . . . . With Flowers ?, The Flower Shop Glcncoe Hotel l?ldg. {'hone 4-131 nr 2<-»/ V D.P.L. NO. 15 COTTONSEED DEHNTED, TREATED and SACKED Slate Ce 8o"< Gcrminalion — 1 Yr. From Station A TON OR A CARLOAD Also Good ALFALFA HAY For Sale MAGERS & GILL Dell, Ark. Phone 2272

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