The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 29, 1947 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 29, 1947
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YAGUG FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (AR1?.) COURIER NEWS •MONDAY,-SEPTEMBER 29, 1047 V Beef and Dairy Animals Judged C. H. WhittleV Entries Toke Many Honors in District Competition C:'if. Whistle of' * WhltUevlllc, oS'uUrig all bill one of the 22 entries In Her fot.d. competition in the Livestock Department of the Northeast -JWtans^isi ,District Fair which closed''here; yesterday, came awny with numerous awards, including two charuj}io*ishi)is and three reserve champion ships. A Wo-year-old Hereford bull and a Hereford heifer .entered by Mr. Wbjjjfle ,jvere" Judged champion speclrnen&.Rescjve champions were won ''by -a* yearling bull and two heifer c.ilves entered by Mr. Whistle. } Oltter Herefords owned by Mr. Whistle won a total of 11 first- place.. 1 seven second-place, one third-place and one fourth-place awards. A -yearling Hereford bull entered by O. O. Stivers received n first- place award. In sborthorn judging, n mature bull eiitcred by G. H. Florida of Osceola: won championship honors The chtmpion Shorthorn summei yearling heifer wns owned and entered- by Ray Peebles and his son, Jess, of Sinithvillc. Their junior yearling bull was named a reserve champion. Also judged a reserve champion was a Shorthorn heifer calf entered by :V^. Florida. In the dairy division, a Ihroe- ycar-old cow entered by the Wilson Dairy of Wilson wns judged both grand champion and senior champion. Dual honors were also won hy the two-year-old bull entered by ', Kelly Copelnnd of Jonesboro. His • entry wns named both grand • champion and junior champion 1 in its class. , Other live slock winners follow: i B**f Cattle Division < Shorthorns — ' Junior. Yearling Bulls: Ray Pccb- \ les and Son. 1st; a. 11. Florida, . 2nd. I Bulls calved 5-1 to 8-31-4G: Tiny ' Peebles and Son, 1st. I Bull calves: Ray Peebles and • Son, 1st; G. H. Floridn, 2nd and ' 3rd. :• * Group of 3 bulls: Ray Prcolos , and Son. 1st: G. H. Florida, 2:icl ' Pair of Bulls: Ray Peebles am ' Son, 1st; G. H. Flprlda,. 2ml/ | Mature Cows: Stanley H. Fra i denburg, 3rd; Ray Peebles and Son i 2nd; G. II. Florida, 1st, ' Junior Yearling Heifers: Stanlej • Fradenburg, 1st arid 2nd. i Summer Yearling Heifer: Ra • Peebles and Son, 1st and 3rd; C • H. Florida. 2nd and 4th. ' Heifer Calves: Ray Peebles ani ; Son, 2nd; G. H. Florida, 1st an 41U; Stanley Fradenburg. 2nd an : 3rd. j Pair of Females: G. H. Floridi I 2nd; Ray Peebles np.d'^Sbn, 3rd i Stanley R. Fradenbufg, 1st nn j 4th. i Get of Sire: Ray Peebles and '. Son, 1st; G. H. Florida, 2nd. I Pair of Yearling: G. .H. Florida, ! 2nd' Ray Peebles and ,'Soni 1st, rind 3rd. j Pair of Calves: G. If. Florida. ' 2nd and 3rd; Ray Peebles and ! Son, 1st.. •' i Angus — ! '• • Heifers ttwo): R. R. Fry, Blnck i Oak, 1st. » • Bull: R. R. Fry, BlackOak, 1st. ' Dairy Cattle Division ! i Junior B~ull Calf: Kelly Copc:- f land, Jonesboro, 1st. • Junior Heifer Calf: Kellcy Cope- 1 laud. 3rd; B. E. Hessie, 1st, 2nd ' and 4th. '. Senior Heifer Calf: Kelly Cope. land, 2nd and 4th; Wilson Dairy. • 1st and 3rd. Junior Yearling Heifer: Wilson 1 Dairy, 1st; B. E. Hessie, 2nd; Kelly Copelnnd, 3rd. Two year old Cow: Wilson Dniry, ; '1st; Kelly Copeland, 2nd; B. E. t Hessie, 3rd. Three year .old cows: Wilson • Dairy. 1st, 2nd; 3rd and 4th. Junior Heifer Calf: R. R. Fry ; BlackOak, 1st' and 2nd. Genera! Bradley Returns From Europe Winners Named In FFA and 4-H Cattle Entries Names of award winners In the 4-11 Clul) and Future Fanners of America section of the .Northeast Arkansas District Fair's Livestock Division were announced here ye.s- lerday by Fair officials. ICphriam B. Ward of the L?ach- villc 4-11 Club won first place honors with his Hereford bull calf entry. In Shorthorn judging, the first place premium went to Je-;s PiVb- Ics of tlie Smlthville 4-H Club for his yearling bull entry. In the same division, Gcimle Bostic of the Osceola 4-11 Club won third place with his entry. Three members of the Wil.ion FFA group received, premiums foi their Aneus yearling bull entries They were Wayne Johnston sccom place; Winchell Johnston, fourtl place; and Danny McDamel, fil'tl place. Accidents Take Lives of Four Over Weekend - Accidents are always on the left sido of tlie. ledger. Have no lear of condemnation so as you practice safety. An escaped lunatic and a drink-? Ing driver of an automobile are both closely related. Neither can be depended upon. Cholera Vaccine Arrives In Cairo to Battle Plague Hemming from a six-weeks tour of Army Installations in Europe, Veterans Administrator General Omai Bradley takes time out to say ••hello" lo 7 1-2-monlhs-oUl Randy Hanson, daughter of the General's aide, Lt. Col. Chester n. iransen. upon his arrival at Washington airport. -Holding the baby is Col. Richard McDonnell, assistant U, General Hradley. (NBA Telephoto.) Attend Swift Rites OSCEOLA. Sept. 2!). —People in Oseeola yesterday lo attend funeral rvices for Henry Mnrcellus Swift, lio died Saturday morning, includ- i Mrs. Percy Perkins. Mrs. l.a- ,cr Perkins. Mrs. Frank Muncey. j 1 . and Mrs. J. A. Moran, all of lemphis; Mrs. Sadie Isbell of Col- crvlllc, Tenn., and C. W. Chirk of arle. Pnllbcnrcrs were William B. Ed- .ngton, W. R. Nicholson. Tim iowles, F. W. Fuller, ncn Butler r., all of Osceoln, J. Lan Williams f Jonesboro. W. R. Uyess of Uix- ra and LcHoy Wildy of EUJwah. iolland Man Buried 'n Cemetery at Manila Funeral services for C. M. Gray if Holland, Mo., who died Sunday, Sept. 21, were hold this afternoon U the home of his sister. Mrs. Minnie Dnughcrly. at Manila. The Rev. p. M. Sweet officiated mid unitary burial services were c inducted at Mnnila Cemctcrj. The rites were postponed until -he arrival of a son, Jerome, of the U. S. Navy, who has been stationed at Guam. Col)b Funeral Home wns in clurgc. Annual Mid-South Fair at Memphis Winds Up in Red MEMPHIS, Tenn., Sept. 2!>.' (UP) '—The 37th annual Mid-South'Pair and Livestock Show ended in the red. officials disclosed today. \V. H. U)!auish, fair president, said (hat revenue will fall short of SltH.OOO expenses for last week's ex- IXKitton because "our receipts were based on 19-11 prices and we were forced to. put-on the fair, at. 1917 prices. . "You can't have a good fair without spending money." Dilatush said. "I believe everybody .will have to sny «'e had a good fnir. It is unfortunate thnl the costs of labor and materials are so high." Meantime, the NeKro lair was readied for the openini! on Thursday, dedicated to Arkansas Day. Tch- '.ssec Day will hi; on Friday; Mississippi Day on Saturday. - Sheriff and Deputy Nab Negro Who Fled Prison CA1KO. Sept. 20. lUP)—A U. S. Navy transport command DC-4 arrived today with enough anti-cholera vaccine lor 200.000 |>cople. lie- sides 1,200 pounds of vaccine, it carried 8,800 pounds of other medical supplies. Eleven new deaths raised the toll the epidemic lias taken since if started lo 81. Dukes wa.-r sentenced lo one Amos Dukes, Negro who escaped j ycm . ', or c i, ickcil lhctl> duri n g uie from Cummins Penal F*rm near April term of Circuit Court here 1'inc nlufl. was re-capLuicd here, and was eligible for parole at the Friday night by Sheriff William time of his escape two montlis Penetrated ago. He will be returned to thej |state penal farm for Negroes thi week. Walker Park. She is undergoing treatment Blythevllle Hospital. - (Hy United Press) At least four persons died in accidents in Arkansas over the weeK- end—three of them In traffic crashes. World War I! veteran Henry L, Murray, 27, who lives on the upper Hot Springs Highway, was killed instantly when his converted touring car failed to make a turn and careened 100 feet before crashing into an embankment. The accident happened three miles from his home on Highway ID. Two other persons suffered minor injuries Erwin Waycaster. Jr.. 21, of Hoi Springs was killed when the motorcycle on which he and Jewell Hick.s, Jr., n, were riding struck a tree and overturned near Benton on Highway 10. Hicks suffered serious injuries, witnesses said Waycaster lost control pf the motorcycle when he ran onto a gravel shoulder i- pass an automobile, Jimmy Ruy Kimmer, 12, died in Batcsville hospital of injuries suffered in an automobile accident near McCrory. His nine-year- old brother, Bobby Joe, and his father, W. R. Kimmer, were injured, but four other members of the family were not hurl. The Kimmers were returning from Osceola where they had been picking cotton. The car lelt the highway on a sharp curve. The fourth week-end fatality was G2 year-old S. H. Farmer, operate! of a small sawmill near Laneburg in N,evada County. lie died in a Prescolt hospital after a slab overshot a saw he was operating an', his left chest. Berrymnn Jones, and Deputy Erwin Pofice Seek Service Station Bandit Who Puts Victims in Car Trunks NASHVILLE. Tenn., Sept. 29. lUP) —Police today were seeking- a lining station bandit who specialized in forcing his victims into the tvunSs of automobiles. ':. ' The bandit, in two week-end holdups netted about S215 in cash and u supply »r automobile nc?es:;or!es. ! In one holdup, he locked Llic lining station attendants, Walter Rny lind Frank Fitzgerald, in the trunk of a car, and it wns 20 minutes he- fore they could force the lock and escape. In another, Lilian! Meeks was forced into a cur trunk which had no lock. He got out as soon as the bandit left and rnshcii lo a telephone—but the robber had cut lie wires. ta font is Buried Fiuuiral services were held this afternoon at Memorial Park Cemetery for Max Lee Darker, who died at birth lit 11 a.m. today lo Mr. mid Mrs Le Roy Barber at Blyihc- villc Hospital. His parents are the only survivors. Holt Funeral Home was in charge. Woman is Injured Mrs. <BDH Steepletou of Blythe- villc suffered a severe knee laceration Saturday iiiulit when she Icll while walking to the fair,!rounds U S E D C A R S Open Nights 'Til 10 p.m. For the convenience of those people who have to work crops, (hiring the week, our ;uito sales ik-partmeut will remain open Sundays and nights 'til 10:00 o'clock. Our Used Cars Have New Car ZIP! The reconditioned car you buy at POOI.E MOTOR COMPANY is as tine as our salesman says it is ... truly represented and fairly priced tlie way you want it! Plus that, you can finance your auto if you wish, with easy monthly payments that make the car yours in no time at all! We Sell Goodwill With Our Cars! POOLE MOTOR (0. U, Ellis Poole, Owner & Mgr. South Highway 61 at Steele, Mo. Phone Steele 49 W. FRANK ALLEN Certified Public Accountant 872 Shrine Building' , Memphis, Tennessee Announces Office in Jonesboro, Arkansas Rooms 5 and 6, Turner Building PHONES—Jonesboro, Arkansas—2923 Memphis, Tennessee—37-4432 ACCOUNTING SERVICE—AUDITING— INCOME TAXES RECTAL DISEASES A SPECIALTY (AH Type* Eteept Cancer) DRS. NIES & NIES Cttnlo 514 Main, Blythevflle, Ark, Ftum tKl Tennejsseean fs Killed ERIff,- Tenn.,--Sept. 29. (UP)-William" Hooper, 50, was killed, am Oliver Pulley, 35, the driver, was injured—seriously near here late Sunday when their car lelt the high way and overturned- Both were maintenance workers for the U &. N. Rainroad. "ruman Turns Sunday School Teacher, Cites mportance of Church WASHINGTON, Sept. !». <UPI 'resident. Truman turned Sunday ; School teacher yesterday and told ! i group of yoiiiiBslcrs of I he impor- | ancc of the church m a democratic -lation. Accompanied by -secret service ;nc:i, Mr. Truman walked the cli:lil blocks from the White House to the First Baptist. Church fo;- the 9:4". a.m. service. He artepicd readily when the Uev. Edward Hug'.ics Pruden invited him lo luUlress the children who had gathered in the front pews for their annual "H-.illy Day" promotion exercises. In a three-minute talk. Mr. Tr,i- man told them they held ihe world's future in their hands and thai tiui roots of democracy lie in ihe training they receive in Sunday School and church. The President then returned to a pew in the center of the chun-h and heard Rev. Pruclen preach "Venture in Faith." Do you suffer distress from ~ FEMALE WEAKNESS With Its Nervous, HighstTMg Are you troubled by distress of female functional monthly disturb* mnces? DOM It make you feel so , nervous, cranky, Restless, weak, a VI t moody— -at such times? Then DO try Lydla E. Pinkbani's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms I Women by the thousands h*v* reported remarkable benciits. Plnkham's Compound Is whnt IXxrLors call a uterine sedative. It tut* a grand soothing effect on one or woman's most important organs. Tftken regularly— Plnkhmm's Compound helps build up resistance agftlnst such distress . It's Also a great stomachic Ionic! AU drugstores, Monthly Fenuto Pains Plnkhtm*s Compound I* very ffffcUte to reltere monthly cramps, headache, b*ck*che, —wma due to Semale funo UocuU monthly disturbances. VEGETABLE. COMPOUND' Clean as a Hound's Tooth is the HUDSON FINISH BETTER CLEANING in 8 HOURS Phone 3371 Night Phones 2527 and 2903 WAIPOLE ELECTRIC s Complete Electrical Store Wiring - Fixtures - Appliances 117 So. Second St. Blytheville, Ark. Free Estimates on AH Work BLADDER IRRITATION Thousands Have Found Relief ill the Natural Mountain Valley Mineral Water from famous Hot Springs, Arkansas. A pure, soothing aid in relieving irritation of these delicate organs, helpful in stimulating kidney action and eliminating systemic wastes. Doctors have prescribed this pleasant water for over fifty years. Order n case today. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and OMdn Aik. FARM 4$> LOANS Horn* Office, Newark, N. J. LONG TERM PROMPT CLOMNO LOW RAT* OAIX. WRITE OR SKI RAY WORTHINGTON 115 S. Third Bt, Blytheville, Ark. Servinc This Section 25 Yean Authorized Mori fat* Loan SoUdtor lor THE PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY O? AMERICA Yours for the Askirig We Dip Deep into Nature's Colors to Give You the Best in Dye Work HUDSON CLEANER CLOTHIER TAILOR Steele, Mo : . s Blytheville, Ark, "Take your choice, lady . . . you go oil her to the HlyUicville five department or to SEAY MOTOR COMPANY-" 4 r. 1

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