The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 18, 1955 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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MOKT5AT, APRIL 18, 1938 BLYTHEVTLLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREft Traffic Control Brings the Cops P1TTSFIELD, Muss Iff) — A pe- destrhin, blocked several times by wnvy traffic in his effort to cross n street, finnlly smashed u cur window, u police report stiys. Tlie crash hulled traffic. When police caught up with the man, who was completely sober, ic admitted guilt nnri promised to :in,y for (he window, Explorers Wilson. Scouting Program. Lists 141 Members in Its Five Units WILSON — A Scouting program, new bill growing, now has some 141 members on its rolls in Wilson. Five Scout units comprise the community group. This includes Boy Scouts, Explorers, Cubs, Intermediate Girl Scouts and Brownies. Plans are being made for organizing a Senior Girl Scout unit in the near future. Organization of this unit will complete the Scouting family in the town. Scouts Oldest Boy Scout Troop 3.'. Is sponsored by Wilson's Baptist Church and was organized over three years ago. Scoutmasters are Don Elslander and Mack Uavison. Carson Lake Masonic Lodge sponsors the Explorer Post, which has been active for about 18 months. Paul Whit lock , and Bill Couch work with the Post. John Stout, Dr. Price, Gene Burns, Claude Lynch and Jerry Cullom sponsor the Cubs. They have . been organized over :i year and Mr. Stout was the lirst Cub- master. Gene Burns serves in this capacity at present, Wilson's Cooperative Club organized the Intermediate Girl Scouts and Brownie Scouts about a year ago. Mrs. Hudson Wren is leader of the Girl Scout group and Mrs. Don Elslander heady (he Brnwnit?s. There have been 161 advancements in rank since Jan. 1. Richard Ferguson is district chairman and has been active In Scout work for the past 20 years in and around Wilson. FAMILY SKCHKT When Persia was the tile miinu- facturing center of (he world, during the Kith and 14th centuries, the art of making clay tile was passed down from fat her to son a.s a family secret. Thankful Texans Give Dr. Salk New Car, Plow AMARILLO, Tex. (ff) — Folks, around here shelled out $22,251.29 yesterday to fight cancer—but they didn't forget Dr. Jonas Snlk, who developed the polio vaccine,. They plan to send the University of Pittsburgh researcner a new car and a plow. A "telethon" by radio and TV was held G'/i hours tc raise cancer funds. Among ninny items donated was a new Oldsmobile. A listener Jim Pearson, suggested the car to Salk a.s an appreciation gesture. KON and KGNO-TV announcers asked the public's reaction. Viewers and listeners said they liked the Idea. Then a farm equipment company donated a plow to Salk. However, it was learned from Pittsburgh that he does not have a farm. Royal Travel CAIROi Egypt W> — The "pleasure traiii" which once belonged to ex-King Farouk will be used rot- tourist trips from Cairo to histor- ical upper E&ypt towns of Luxor mid Aswan. The luxury dlesel trnin, which the ex-King bought from Italy, will cover the 448-mile distance in about eight hours. No Red Tape Pyramid Plan Settles Claim Quickly IDA, ARK. "As long as 1 live i your budget. No age limit on 1 will want to have Pyramid | the basic hospital plan and Plan insurance. The Pyramid ! payment toward doctor calls Life Insurance Co. sent me a: at home, ollicc, or hospital can check for- $80.00 to help pay : oven be included up to age 75. my recent expenses while ill i Of course you must be in Rood in the hospital. Prompt serv-l health to qualify. Send to Pyr- icc and mi red tape in claim ' amid Life Insurance Co., 727 handling were much apprcci- i Minnesota Avenue, Kansas atcd by me. 1 honestly never: City 1, Kansas, for your free had belter insurance«and feel, copy of "Wha.1 You Should everyone should know about i Know About Health and Ac- the wonderful Pyramid Plan." eidenl Insurance." Get all the So writes Arkey Byrd. The Pyramid Plan will fit facts un this low cost liberal benefit Pyramid Plan. SAI BEDROOM FURNITORI Was Now Complete with Innerspring $4 "5^95 $OA95 95 95 DUrmDtU Mattress, Ladder and Rail 4 PC, POSTER °"; <e 24f 179 4 PC. WALNUT FINISH £Sr Hf 99 BABY BED-MATTRESS IT 19 Innerspring Mattress Free With 3 PC. Modern Double Dresser .,'; p '; k J"m»o- N .. 95 Bedroom Suite 179 BREAKFAST SUITES 9 PC. CHROME 7 PC. CHROME 5 PC CHROME Breakfast Suite Breakfast Suite Breakfast Suite Was Now 95 $44f\9S 159 95 119 95 95 64" 49" Shop Moore's for Many Good Used Furniture Bargains-ln- ciudinq Good Used TV Sets! MOORE FURNITURE CO. 306-310 E. Main St. "Save More at Moore's" Phone POplar 2-2660 Buzzards do noi scent cirrlon, but locate it by sight. NOTICE My ofllce will l» clustd Monday, April 181h thru Thursday, April 21.St. Dr. Milton E. Webb Optometrist 211 North Broadway Between the lines of our advertisements we hope you will sense our sincere desire to give you just a little more service, in a little friendlier way! Co us 1111 us in regard to Financial needs. OUR CHIME CLOCK PLAYS: "Lord, thru this hour Be [Thou our guide So by Thy power No foot shall slide," — Oldest Bank in Mississippi County — THE FARMERS BANK & TRUST COMPANY TIME TRIED — PANIC TESTED Member Federal Reserve System & F.D.I.C. The Finest USED TRACTORS Arc Traded in on the NEW FORD 600 and 800 TRACTORS You Can Buy Them At Bargain Prices-Easy Terms At SNOW TRACTOR CO. 112 N. Franklin Phont S-89S1

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