The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 26, 1947 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 26, 1947
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SBI'TEiMBKIt 20, 1047 Sikeston Rabbit Show Entry Wins Top Honors in National Competition at Exposition Here BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.). COURIER NEWS S. L. La'.vronce o'. SiUeston, Mo.. U'cn [op honors in the National Rabbit show at the Northeast, Arkansas District Pair here when his show of New Zealand Whites was judged the bsst display, it was announced yesterday. Iti addition to providing the best display. Mr. Lawrence's New Zealand Whites won five first places, u -second and a third place awnrrl. first place in the fur class, and a best opposite sex award. His entries won the follosving a'Aavds: junior doe. 1st. 2nd and 3rd; junior buck, 1st; intermediate buck. 1st, best opposite sex; Intcr- mecliaie doe. 1st; -senior doe, 1st; nd intermediate doe, first in fur class. II C. Kuggins OL Chattanooga, . Trim., served as judge for tile rabbit show. He was assisted by L. C. Jtsk?r of Memphis, Tcmi. Other National Rabail Show winners follow: Bobby McCaniels, of King Kotton Rabbitry in Ulythevillc: New Zealand White — senior doe, 3rd place; intermediate buck, 2tid; junior buck. 4th. M. EJ. Nichols of niythcville: New Zealand Red—intermediate doe, 1st. Robert Crafton of Blytheville: New Zealand While—junior buck, 3rd place. Hubert O. Thompson of North Little Rock: Blue Dutch — junior doe, 1U, best of breed; junior buck, best of sex. Black Dutch—junior dec. 1st; New Zealand White- junior doe, 4th. Fred A: Faught of Blytheville: New Zealand Red—senior doe, 1st place and best of breed; Giant Chinchilla —- senior buck, 1st nml best of breed; senior doe, 1st; junior doe, 1st. Mrs. Robert Slruell of Sikeston. Mo.: Champagne D'Aigent—Junior buck. 2nd; junior doe, 3rd. Mrs. J. S. Godwin ol Blytheville: Giant Chinchillas — intermediate doe, 1st; New Zealand White—.senior doe. 2nd; Junior doe. 5th. Billy Edwards O f Blytheville: New Zealand lied — intermediate doe, 2nd. t Jimmy Lee Garner of Blytheville: Giant Chinchilla—senior doe, 1st. 'Eentlcy Rhodes of Wilson- Champagne D'Argciu — junior doe. 1st, 2nd and 4th places; intermediate doe. 1st; senior doc. 1st, bjst uf breed; junior buck. 1st. best opposite sex; intermediate buck. 1st. | M. S, Edwards of Blythcvilh: Giant Chinchilla—senior buck. 2nd 3rd and 4th places; White Rex — junior buck, 1st, best opposite sex; 2nd and 3rd; senior buck. 1st; Jun- j ior doe. 1st; junior doe. 2nd. Chickasuwba Farms of Blytheville: Champagne D'Argcnt—junior doc, 5Lh and Gth. N. Z. White of Blytheville: Intermediate doe. 2nd; intermediate buck. 3rd and 4th. White Rex — senior doc. in. best of breed; junior doc. 2nd and 3rd; senior doe, 4th; senior buck. 2nd; intermediate buck. 3rd and -HI). Carriers Study M. and A. Lease Arrangements HELENA. Alk.. SC)>1; 28. (Ul->A Federal Court licnring oirpffoils to rehabilitate tile sfdkelxmml Missouri ntul Arknnsns- Rnlircmcl hus been postixmcd to Nov. 4. It had been scheduled for Sept. 30. before Jiidsje John E. Miller of Port Smith. The postponement was financed to give potential pmchiisers of |] le line time to study n proposed leuso nccordliiB to Co-Receiver J. 13. Lnnibert of Helena. Lambert, tuid Co-Hccetvers N. S Wnlkcr and C. C. Alexander, have Just returned from Chlcjieo. where lliey offered the Jensc to ofTlclnls of the Santa Fe, Rock Island, and Illinois Central Railronds. The receivers ottered to borrow money In order to rehabilitate the idle iall- and then Irase it to a reliable operator under n long-term nBree- inent. Lambert said the receivers would make a public report as soon as they ! heard from the railroads. I Placed Prints I 'American pioneers were able to I determine the tribe to which an j Indian belonged by examining the footprint, of his leather heel. RECTAL DISEASES A SPECIAL! , I All Types Eteepl Cancer) ORS. NIES & NIES Cltale (It MaJo, Blylbnille, Truman Policy Gets Attention Of Methodists RPRINO.FIELD. Mass.. Sept. 26. (UP) — The religious controversy over whether President Truman shou'd maintain ?n ambassador at Ihe Vatican will be renewed next month, it. was revealed todav bv Bishop G. Bromley Oxnam of'New Yo'.-k who .said he would attend a White House conference on the matter. Addressing the seventh'Ecumeni- cal Methodist Conference, Bishop Oxnam .said he and a committee would meet with Mr. Truman to discuss the case of Myron Taylor, first named as a special u. S representative to the Vatican by the late President Roosevelt. "When Mr. Taylor returned to the Vatican," the bishop said, "we were told that it was only temporary. Now it. appears thai the appointment is permanent and that is what we would like to find out— whether it i.s permanent." Oxnam said that lie anticipated no formal protesl of Taylor's presence but that the meeting merely was to determine Mr. Truman': stand on the matter. His statement followed a letter of greeting from Mr. Truman lo the session and expressing his personal hope for a reawakening of religion in America and throughout the world. Holland Man Heads School Association CARUTHEHSVILLE, Mo.. Sspl. 211,-.N. li. Piolfer. .superintendent of. schools ul llollimil, was elected president of the Pemlscol County Hixh School Association at the annual mectini! held here Tuesday afternoon In the ofllce of County Superintendent of Schools Floyd E Hamlelt. Mr. Proffer succeeds Supt. C. M. Hell of Haytl as president of the association. Other officers elected were: Supl Max TlniinoiiK. Wardell, vice-presl- [lenl; Floyd' K. lluinleU, Cnrulhers-1 ville. county superintendent, of schools, secretary-treasurer. The io-n-48 basketlwll schedules were completed at (his niccllng. and plans were nnide for Hie annual Pemiscot County lllnh School Basketball Tournament to bu held at Camthcrsville Feb. 10, 11, 12. m ,d 13, wl'.li arraiiBcmcm.s to be made :o hold the tournament nl the large Armory-Community liuildlng m • y " Ur thoice > 1:ld -v • • • .vou go either lo the PA NY" f ' re departmenl or t() SEAY MOTOR COM- Livestock YARCS. Sept. 2i (UP) —lUSDA —Livestock: Hogs f.200; salable 5,000; generally Eflc higher market on al classes than Thursday's average ISO to 21? Ihs 28.25-28.50; lop 2B.50. Virtually no heavier weightr. present. 1GO to 170 Ibs 27.2J728; 130 to 15C Ibs 24.75-27- 100 to PO Ibs 21.75-24; few best light sows 27. Bulk sows under <50 Ibs 2523.75. Heavier kinds mostly •>3- 2J.25. Cattle 3,400: salable 2.00; calves l.CS, all salable. Modest' supply of cattle trade generally slow. A few common and medium quality replacement steers 14.50-IG.SO-' medium heifers and mixed yearlings around 16-20; common P5D-1.V common 12.50-15; common and medium beef cows around 13- 15.5C; canncrs and cutters 10.75- 13.C3; little done on bulls. Vcalcrs SOc higher; good and choice. M. 00-29.00; common and medium 13M-23.CO. Now Under New Management DELTA CAFE Mrs. Thclnm HoydsUm lias leased the Delta Cafe, .and has ' assumed nKtn;ij!cmcnl. No changes will he made in personnel. Your patronage will !>(' appreciated. Special Sunday Dinner Choice of Appetizer and Salad lloiist Tom Turkey. Celery Dressing, Cranberry Siiticu Snovvflake Potatoes Asparagus \\'ith Cheese Sauce Hoi Rolls, Corn Sticks Coffee or Tea ""^ Silver Devil's Food Cake We feature a large variety of Steaks, Chops, Chicken and Sea Foods Highway 84, nt tile on edge of Lown. 'Inns were discussed for spem- sorituj the annual Sprint; Festival u , " " —'t">"h * V..THVH1, lie County Track and Kleld Meet "d i> County Tennis Tournament Schools represented nt this meet>K were Braggadocio. Bragr City Ciirutliersvllle. Ilayll. Holland and Warden. Sleek-. Cooler. Deering nid Ilayward did not have representatives present. Two of Accused In Jonesboro Slaying Post Bond JONESUORO. Sept. 2U .UPI — Wnltcr Montague. 52, of Jonesboro. emamed in Craighcad county Jail today, charged with tlrst degree murder h, the fatal shootinu of 30- } bnt''i? ICl , NPKro R " lpl1 D O»'''<|S°>I. but his brother and sister were released on $7500 bond. Montague was bound over v whfl l - whilc In h is s.ster " rn" for , tlU ' Bl ' nml brother. Byrnls. 44 and , Gladys. «. wcrc cll ,,^ ?, ilcccssOTics - B«nd wn.s them by Circuit Judge. 1>rsliii(tlvp R:\is Kills dtvitrojcd „ W ], 0 | t . , OW11 m I-nnxnnylka. Alrien. niter first de- .stroylnt; Ihe eotlon ero|i. Thcv In- vnded the lo»n In such numbers thai ihe inhabitant were forced lo yiicnle. Heavy Milk Consumption The per capita milk and eieam consumption in the cities and vli- Inges ol the United Slates averse between 37 and 40 gallons annually. Read Courier Ni"vs Want Ads Ing n hubeas corpus appeal bv their attorneys of un earlier eily' court ruling. Police snld MontuKiie shot Ooti- aldson in \\\ f foniK'r's office for remarks the Negro is alleged to liave made concernlm; Miss Mun- tague, mid police said his brother and sister brought Donaldson lo the ofllce. In the same ofllce where Donaldson wus shot, (he Negro had been married about seven years ago. His wife and four-months-old son were present at the municipal court hearing when (he Montagues were bound over. PAGE FIVE, NOTIfi: (>!•• Sl'lX'IAl, SCHOOL KLECl'lOM A special i-lvutlon will bo Jivlil al Hex Klcloi- Soliool District No. 2J nt tlic Scliool lloust- OclolHT 11, IM1 fi-oni 2:CO l« G:30 )).in, for tile jiur- of vollni: U]>OH Hie (|iii>sllcm of iiemsolliiiUKm of liox Eldoi 1 School nisi del NO, ;2 w »h l.Ciiclivllle ticnuoi Ulslricl No. '10. Sluncil: I'liillj) J. Deer G'oiiHIy Supervisor of Schools Save a Little— Have Much! Life Insurance Is a fortune . . mid whether a policy is modest or .snmll, everybody buys It on Ihe instalment plan. E: H. (Eddie) Ford Lynch liuildlng I'himos Bus. 2KI1 lies. 3185 f>02 I,umrnitc SI. Illylhrvllle (Ifm-rul American 1,1ft: Ins. (,'o. BLADDER IRRITATION Ttiousiimls Have I'ounil Kclk-f in the .S'alural Mountain Valley Mineral Walor from famous Hot Splines. Arkunsiis. A pure, soothing nid In relieving irritation of these delicate orrans helpful In stlrnulutlni; kidney action and Hlmliiiilliii; systemic wastes. Doctors have prescribed lids plea.siinl water for over fifty years. Order a case today. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and rcu Judge. Charles Light of Parai-ould. folio v- Phone 337T Night Phones 2527 and 2903 WALPOLE ELECTRIC Complete Electrical Store Wiring - Fixtures - Appliances 117 So. Second S». Hlythcvillc, Ark. Free Estimates on All Work From The Store Of, Better Buys! LOOK! Only 3 Left . . . M (Ms price they're Mire t<> miivc iiiilckly! l>on r l wall, rpmc in today or tomorrow morning sure. IteautlfuT two-j.iccc I.iviiiic Suite. Sofa miikcs Inlo spu- cinus double bed. Conies in choice uF colors, Cuvcrcil with itur.ibli- (apcslry. * Cash If You Have It * Terms If You Wish Our Store Is Headquarters For Stoves . . . Heating Or Cooking! •MtOOM WM CIRCULATOR S 35 BO ! NO. 17 OAK W°! CIRCULATOR , S 32 5 " LAUNDRY STOVE S 12 K ' CIRCULATOR ?24 AGM 30 Gallon Water Heater $112.50 No. 8-18 COOK STOVE - - - $29.95 Dixie All White Enamel With Reservoir RANGE, All Cast - - $117.25 All Cast -. White Trim - 6 Cap COAL RANGE - - - $69.95 ALVIN HARDY Furniture i _ 113 East Main Phone 2302 o DO NT MISS fffffff at the Northeast Arkansas Fair Daily Through Sun., Sept. 28 WALKER PARK 20 Presented twice daily in front of Grandstand ' — Including — Dorothy Herbert Hubert Dyer, Comedy Maschino Troupe Mr. Arthur Billy Ray's Juggling Act The Great 'Chico' One of the World's Largest Road Carnivals • * <- ... .-.,!- *">,:*'' * Thin show plays only Hie outstanding fairs in America. Hits iniiny IciituroK hcruloforc not seen'on'local mid-' wiiys. Tlii.s tiin|iio.slio!i!i))ly will bo the largos I and 1'iiiest tiiniival evor ID play in Blylhevillc. . , .. ,. 14 EXHIBIT DEPARTMENTS The Complete Cotton Exhibit District 4-H Corn Show 4-H Dairy Judging Contest ••"•""••""• *•«»•••••••••••••••••••••, 4-H Livestock Judging Contest Apiary Department """"'"••^"••••"••••••••••••••••n Floral and Art Department Poultry Division National Rabbit Show Community Educational Exhibit Home Economics Department Farm & Home Department Dairy Cattle Exhibit Beef Cattle Exhibit Swine Department Friday Is Kid's Day! All School Children ; . Will Be Admitted FREE ', '?. on this day. \ \.

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