The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 29, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 29, 1947
Page 5
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MONDAY, StU'TEJMUE'U 29, 1947 Donations Listed In Jaycee Drive New List of Cotton Picking Contest Fund Donors Announced N nines of 121 addition:!! contributors to the National Cotlon Picking Contest were announced today by Ulho liarncs. solicitation chairman. Total contributions reported to dale amount to $4,941156. "Tile response to the Jaycees' sclicitalion drive for funds with which to finance the contest has been most gratifying." Mr. Barnes said, "it is only through the-generosity of 'the donors that the Jaycees are able to stage this contest, which each year brings more publicity for Blythevillc. Mississippi County, and the State of Arkansas, than any other single activity." Nnines niul contributions of the latest donors follow: S100.0U—Federal Comprosss. 500,00 — C. C. Lungsloii Fort) and Eight Gin and store., S50.(H). -Delta Implements, inc. R. D. Hughes; Hohcnljcrg Bros. Memphis; Gco. H. McFaddcu am Hros.. Memphis; Weil Bros., Memphis; sledge and Norflecl Co. Memphis; L. T. Barringer and Co. Memphis; Memphis Compress and ? BLYTBEVIIXR (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Pork-Lined Pillows Negro Deaths I r uiu*rnl services for Sioncwnll Hnker. 82, who li:ul lived in BlyUie- villii for tlic? pusi 50 yours, were held this afti'inoon ul the 1 Knoch Clmprl Chuivli with Hrv. 1-. H. Khuw, pHscor, officiating, llm lul was in LUMP Ci'iut'U'iy. lie is survived by few diuiuhlt'i'S, nvo .sons, five urumU'liiUUx'H uiul I'.oberl Ruthc, left, and .Jim AV.ins of Forrcston, 111., wore showini; their lop-grade hogs at tlic Chicago Junior Market Ho^ Slum'. While wailiiiR for the judges, tlie boys look :i cattiiip—or, rather, hognap. Looks comfo'-lnile! The boy.n were nmoni! 177 4-1! Club ynenlbers exhibiting. Brothers Held for Arson After Man Fatally Burned Nationally Known PTA Worker Dies in Memphis $23.00— U O. West. Cotton, The Courier News. Two-States Produce Co.. I,angston-Wrotcn Co., Mi'l- \vest Dairy Products Co., Cobb's Funeral Home. Hice-Stix Co.. lily- thevillc Soybean Co., Mississii)pi County Lumber Co., Allenljerg Cotton Co..- Memphis; W. E. Richmond and Co., Memphis; Cook ami Co., Memphis. Weiss and Co.. Memphis; Win. R. Moore Dry Goods Co.. Memphis; Fred W. Htcas and Co.. Memphis; Alexander Sprtmt and Son. Memphis; Allis Chalmers Ml'g Co., Memphis; Levy's, Memphis; Memphis Furniture Mfy. Co..i Memphis; Mills Morris Co., Memphis; Tennessee .Brewing Co., Memphis; coca-Cola Bottling Co. $20.00—Blythevillc Propane Co.. ncn White and sons, pleeman Gin Co.. D.'ll Gin Co.. Taylor Freeman, Farmer's Gin or Little River, Ben Franklin Store. S15.00 — Burnette's Used Cars, I.'.lUrcll's Market, Missco Implement Co.. C. F. Tucker. Rittenberry Grocery, Hutson and Ap- plcbaum Co.. Memphis; Barnwell and Hays. Memphis; Cen-Tennial Cotton Gin Co., Memphis; Fred S Saliba and Co. $10.06—Terry Abstract and. Realty Co.. Sheriff William Esrry- man. Eskriclge Trailer Co., Highway Express. Dr. G. A. Taylor Deal's Paint Store, Marcus Evrand Holt's Funeral Home, Claii Miller. Judge Roland Green, ijb- crly Cash Grocery. Dr. T. II Keith, Dr. B. E. Roberts, C E. Crlggcr, Louis Cherry. Day Amusement "CO., Mike'Mer- 1 oiiey, Sam Godwin. E. W. Woocl- ard. Osborne iiiid McKinnon. Manila; Guy niibenstein. Manila; MeKinnon Furniture Co., Manila; Modinger Tire Co.. Boyd's Grocery. Jack Robinson Gin Co., Nunally's Grocery, M. F. Brown- Ice. Dell; Hess' Store. Feinberg's Store. Jackson's Auto Part.s. Grapettc Bottling Co.. F. M. Cruni)> and Co. Memphis; Hugh E. Tucker and Co. Memphis; Volkhart Bros, Memphis; Eugene B. Smith. Memphis; Newberger Co.. Memphis; S. Y. West and Co., Memphis; s. T Lowry Co.. Memphis; . s p. Collins Co., Memphis; E. J. Cummins Cotton Co., Memphis- Mid-South Cotton Growers. Memphis; First National Bank. Memphis- I National Bank of Commerce, Mem: phis; Union Planters Bank Mcm! phis; Willie Beaslcy. E. C. Robin- Cliff Arnold, were held without band today while the sheriff inventisai- cd charges they deliberately set their own house a;irc and burnt-it a third man. Ja:k Church. 36, to d".uh. The Arnold brothers \ver» arrested last night when Church's wife | of the Tennessee came to Fayettei'iile from SkceL onl.s and Teachers ^idge, nine miles Southeast of hero, i slate president in 1939. ind swore out murder warrants. [ Luter she held jobs as sccretaiy Sheriff John Poole said his prelim- i of the Tennessee Congress ,UK\ vice nary investigation showed that | president of Hie national i:rouji in 3hurch had bec-n drinking and iale 1 churgc of Rci;ion Threj. MEMPHIS. Tenn.. Sent. •>'.}. .UP) —Mrs. Alma llortenso Gorcoa nn- tionLilly known Parent-'rcachf.r.s Association worker cJU-d yesrcixlav in her 4!JUi ycitr. She had beeii ;n ill health for move Ihnn two months. Mrs. Gordon was barn in Hrlls. Tenn. -Slic was a former irea.surer Bi'ess of Pur- itiilll elected IN TIIIC I'ltOH.MK COURT FOH Till: CIIK.'KASAWIIA IHSIKHT Ol' 1 Ml.SKISSll'1'I COUNTY, AK- IvANSAS III Ihe matter ol the rstntr tit A. ,|. lt«.I. iloceasi'il Notice In I'rcdHitrs Notice is hereby given dial (lie imdersigni'd was on the 12th day of September. ID-!'!, appointed Administrator ot the fel.tte ol A. J. Reed, Ue;'eii.«cd. All persons lmvh>|{ claims against salii estate are IwVcby not| ilicd 10 exhibit them to Ihe uuder- j signed Admitiisl ralor, properly uti- ^j j theiuicaled, within six months from ' | the (hue ol Ihe first publication of i this notice or they will be forever' jbarrcd niul precluded from any ben- ] ell' in said estate. i The address of Ihe undersigned Administrator is The First Na- itional Hank in lil.viheville. lilythc- ! vlllc. Arkansas. Dated this the 13th ilay of September, 1947. Itermon Carlton Administrator of Ihe Kstale (if A. J. Reed. Deceased. HaPiind .^ Taylor, Altmiieys lor A<lminlstrator Saturday night went to the Arnold •louse and lay down on n bed. A "ew minutes later. Poote lidded, the :icuse was abtnze. u^ a larce portion of the S'Hith. Read Courier Ncw.> Want Ads. FARM LOANS At Lowest Hale Long Term Service A. F. Dietrich United Insurance Agency 101) S. 1st. St. General to Speak \ MEMPHIS, Tenn.. Sept. 2D. (UP) j --Gen. Mark \V. Clark, command- I ing general of the Sixth Army, arrives today to deliver a speech !o- . morrow before the notary Cluo. .son Lumber Co. S7.00-Jolm Miles Miller. $5.00—Frank Whitworlh. Stcwv.-fs i Furniture Co., W. fl Nicholson, D. K. Robcrsou. West Bros. Grocery, Elbe;-! j Huffman, City Battery Shop. Kyle 1 Grocery. John's Whiskey Store. ! Oscar Pendlcr. Barney's Urtig i Store, Bakes Grocery, Ply Iiv.i. Sax- j on Cotton Co.. Memphis; Cotton Exchange Cafe, Memphis; R. II. ' Mitchell and Co., Memphis; Ramsey Austin Cotton Co., Memphis; Texaco Service Station 1 $2.58—W. L. Smith Grocery, Ko!> '• Grimes' Men's Store. 1 $2.00—Eunice Brogdon, Victor Clil- ] ton's' Store. ; Sl.OS—Mr.s. Annabel! Fill. Lidbetter's Pool Hall. 50 ceirl.s—Royal Barh?r Shop. Speeds work saves money—he/ps builders deliver ^ quality work • Fast, prompt delivery, any lime, any place. • No mess to clean up; clumped exactly where wanted. • "Mix" accurately proportioned for four job. j- • Full strength, reliability ; and uniformity in every * load. • Low price delivered —no gamble on cost. ( You anil your builder will botb i benefit by using our Ready-Mixed Concrete. I'lionc us before you build. HUGHES & Company "Ready Mix Concrete" Building Materials South 70th St. Phone 3531 LOTS OF FUN FOR ALL AT THE 'RACES At the Mississippi Co. Fairgrounds Sunday, Od 5 7:30 p.m AND EACH SUNDAY THROUGHOUT THE SUMMER THRILLS! SPILLS! FUN GALORE! * Full Racing Program! • Stock Model Racers! See the Jalopies in Action! ADM. 60c Sponsored by Dud Cason Post 24, of the American Legion JUST 3 MORE DAYS/ Blytheville's Eighth Annual NATIONAL COTTON PICKING CONTEST Walker Park, Thurs, Oct. 2 500 In Cash Prizes Given to the WORLD'S BEST COTTON PICKERS i Scores of Exhibits Cotton Dress Style Show All Star Western Review World's Best Cotton Pickers PICKING STARTS AT 10 AM Come Early! Bring the Family! SPEND THE WHOLE DAY! I C M A L TEST * BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS 'SPONSORED BY THE BLYTHEVILLE JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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