The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 18, 1947 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 18, 1947
Page 6
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, OCTOBER is, I<MV First Methodists Select Officers ' M. C. Webb B«comM .'Superintendent 1 of -The Sunday School V. O. Webb. 307 North rirs.1 Btreel, was elecled superintendent ol the Church School at the fourth quarterly conference of the First MetHbdfst "Church which was conducted at the church last nlfiht by the Rev. J. Albert Gatlln, superintendent 'ot the church's Jonesboro District." . Mr. Webb as church school superintendent will succeed U. S. Bransop..«'ho has served (or the ptit seven years and had asked to ' be relieved. Mr. Branson will bc- eome .general secretary of the church-«chooi. Othrr members of the chuich'» Board .of Christian Education include: .Harvey Morris, J. W. Adams, Mrs. We L. Horner. Mrs. W. C. Webb J. Mel;Bfooks Jr., D. H. Arney, Mis •William •Wyatl. Mrs. Hugh Whit- silt, the pastor, the Rev. Allen D, Stewart, nnd Miss Mamie I.. Adanu, director of religious education for the church. Five'members were added lo (he church's Board of Stewards. These included W. W. Adams. O. E. Knud- aen. Jack Owen. R. H. Kirby, anc Herschel Jackson. Mr. "Morris, who is chairman 01 the Board of Stewards, was electee district steward, and Oils Eberdl was elected district reserve steward, lylr. Eberd. was elected dele gate to the annual meetlnp of the North 'Arkansas Conference of the Methodist Church in Forrest City' next week ,and Mr. Arney was named alternate delegate. Mr. Webb nominated two division superintendents of the Church School, Mrs. William Wyatt wns elected superintendent of the Children's Division, and Mr. Arney superintendent of the Youtrf Division. An adult division superintendent Is to be selected Inter. Church Receives 100 Menilwrs The Rev. Mr. Stewart in presenting his'first- annual report ns pastor of First "Church here announced that 100,new members hnd been received and that 32 of these were by profession of faith. The present membership of the church is 1,358. The pastor reported a gain of 22 per cent lr£'|ittend.'ince in the church school iduHnfr the past year and stated that a full time director of religious';^ducation had been employed ^uttng the year. Of church endeavor In general he said "this is a peridd v 'qf greatest opportunity." The first Methodist Chvirch during the. conference year raised ap- proximstersr S34.400 for all purpos- *s. and'th? figure represents a sub- •tanUnlJ.tipruse over the total con- Wbuted-.last year. Mrs. 'Whltsltt as president of the - •Womari'srSpciely of Christian Service presented the report on women's •ctlvitiMr Of the total funds raised during ^Jie'church year. *4 322 w torougljjlie W. S. C. S. The ohurch school report was pre- Mnted IW'Mr. Branson by the uns- tor who.^sald that the enrolimcn has increased to.§41 with an over-1 : »gV*ltif*!djnc* o{ 244 for the year. j _^Mtois Adlarm' ta reporting on her .-' work .MkfiOhat;:« Methodist Youth PfUowsMtr-hiity'been organized during the^ypar and that 100 members were pr.tsenl for the meetings of the MYF last Sunday night. Mr. Morris gave the report on lav- activities and said that pluns are gotne forward for the construction of a ntrw sanctuary adjacent to the present^Church School building He . commended the pastor and Miss Adami >for their work; during the jear and'Mr. Eberdt told of the work of., the Town and Country Committee,^ which has been assist™« *"«; Pastor of the Batesville Parish J.rj., conducting services at rural churches at Gosnell Half Moon and Lone Oak. A Scout Is.Reverent Scout* to Hove Port in Service At Temple Israel A special lervlc* will at held ai Temple Israel Sunday afternoon, 5 o'clock, In observance of Boy Scout Sunday. Boy Scout* from oceola and M-anlla who belong to the Temple will take part In the service* and Scout Coleman Borowsky of Troop 32, Manila, will ,spe«k on "Scout- Ing." ' Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi of Temple Israel, will present a sermon on "The Lesser Brother" and after the services a supper will be served by memlier.'i of the Sisterhood in th« recreation hall. est In, or claim agaiMit, said «fitate, must file with th« undersigned a sworn statement of their Interest or claim, together with a complete copy ol each document If any upon which they place- their claim or interest, within 30 days after the dale of the. last publication of thla Juot- lc«; olherwlx* utd petition may be granted and their said claims shall be forever barred. Dated this 3nd day of October, 1M7. JELIZABETH BLYTHE Probate Court, Cleric Uajoiw Evrard, attorney for petitioner. Fir* Preparedness MEMPHIS, Tenn., Oct. 18. (UP) — The National Cotton Compress and Warehouse Association opened a campaign today to stamp out cotton (Ires. The association said thai the program will be pushed lo reduce the present average of $14.000.000 loss each year. With the Courts Chancery -, i Stella Murphy n. R. L. Mvlrnhy, suit for divorce. TVf AINTAINING tlior no boy can become the best kind of citizen without recognizing his obligation to God, the Boy Scouts of America, in thi* new Norman Rockwell painting, nyinbotizcs the spirit and meaning of it* Twelfth Scout I>aw: "A Scout is reverent. He is reveicnt toward Go<l. H< is faithful in his Miaous duties and respects the convictioni of oU«« in n\nuer» of custom and Tension." Farmers, Who Learn to Talk, Quickly Put Oh a Salary, One Who Farms Says J. R. -Swift. v«, Maude Swill, -suit for divorce. Joseph W. Alexander vs. Clyde E. Davenport; suit to require performance of contract. BOOKLET EXPECTANT MOTHERS Yoti are iewHed lo accept wurtouc cost ot obligation a copy of MATERNAL and NEWBORN CARE, wrkten by an outstanding specialwt for expectant mothers on the fundamentals of prenatal and newborn care. 64 pages of educational text with'29 illustra- rioni, charts and graphs. A helpful guide for all expectant mothers. CITY DRUG CO. Ed Willioms, Druggist 101 East Main St. Blythtvillt, Ark. n ivy oixmoK K. KL:KI>V, m (United I'ITKS St.iff Oil respondent) ROCKY MOUNT, N. C., Oct. 18. <UP) — Thn nir in tho freshly scrubbed high ?k-hoai niulUoriiitn. .so still and stnniiftl Umi you could hpnr the heavy breathing of the ecmeresMuen itxio UMJ microphones. One a ftp]" n Mother, tobacco, j>oa- init Biicl cotton favjncr.s of Virgintn and the sister Carol inns spoke llirir piece. . Their words wore us starched ns the collars they hnd donned in honor of the House ARi'ie\iHnve Committee. Thou laU. lenn Glenn Palmer, a ho thounht the. favu\oi',s *t\nted. Hi: asked for a pro^mm lo "put bac!: Into the. soil what we have taken out of it" and a price .support pro- gr:itn that would give fanners "real parity." The next ,spe;iknr \vn.s Henry Gray Shdton who grows tobacco vxixl peanuts near Speed. N. O, He .said fanners mining those crops are facing a reduction in their a- CIOHMC tli is year and continued controls aVg necessary. "We don't have the tritup-and-go and leiidorshl]) lo do it ourselves | he .^aid. "It secjns to me we've got to be coaxed with one hand antJ .sort o£ coerced with the oth- Dallas County Man Sues Deputies for $75,000 LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Oct. 18. (UP) - Three Dallas County deputy sheriffs were facing suit today for $15.000 in personal Injuries they are alleged to have inflicted on a Carthage. Ark., man. Evern Smith. 25. .says deputies Ijcwis Sims, Leon Lamb, and Jim House shot. bent, and threw him in jMl — and never charged him with a crime. Smith claims the deputies attacked him without warning and forced him to walk Lo the Car- thnge jail. He says he was warned he would be killed unless he explained Hint a gunshot wound in in the stomach -was the result of falling on a knife. tobacco producer from Clyde, N. C., ; cr." walked nervously lo the micro- j -We're not good .snh-.smcn," ho ph° n f- con tinned. "We can produce but wn can't get at prices U« fttul we can "I'm a farmer that mnkes my living on i, ot farming and not out of talking," cases, ho said. "En most n risers learn to talk they ore put on n sulary and sent j ' ai'ouud Lhc world lolling gllior lolks how lo run their business." The cojninittee nirnibc 1 ]'.^, louring for." F*. it out to the world y can afford to pay afford to produce it F. Weaver, a short, stocky The committee the nation to find out what farm- peanut grower from Kmpor^n., Va., said farmers in hi$ region were in bact shnpG until government control progriiiii.s were strutec!. crs \\-ant from Conwa-.s-s. rimed "l^irn evorybody nnd It with languor. A gcxMi-naiured hum! wi n happen agnin," h c saict "I oi cinn-Msatum arose nmoiv? rhc ; f i on 't ]ikc controls and I rion't 500 people nRsembkxi In the nurfi- ! think nnybc^iy likes Ihrni, but torium lo hcftr the k-glslatorK thoy're iiefc,^sary and we've got, question their nelphbcu-s. j to have them.". Palmer doggedly outUned '.vhat NOTICE OF PETITION TO DISPENSE WITH ADMINISTRATION Notice is hereby given that a petition hns been filed In the Probate Coint-for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas oy the widow and heirs of R. H. P. Burks, deceased, asking that the property of his estate be turned over to them without formal administration. The petition stales that decedent- died intestate; that all of his heirs are adult persons; that nil of his debts have been paid and that there necessity for administration of his estate. Any persons asserting any inter- NOTICE Automobile Club Members Our office has now been temporarily moved to •118 South Lake St. Phone 2.109. Ivan R. Van Patten * COATS if SUITS + DRESSES Sizes 2-6x All y» Price TOT SHOP 11* So. 2nd St. Phone 2308 That, pinching, annoying, pnlnftil vamp can be recut here so it is really comfortable. Smart, fine workmanship, modest charges. H-fl LT€RS* QUflLITY SHOC SHOP I 21 W. M « 1 N ST. ATTENTION, BTUUEBAKEH OWNERS: Drive by [or a free check on your climatizer Hester und Defroster. Be prepared for winter. STUDEBAKERS 5 CHAMBLIN SALES CO. ™ ^ Sales * STUDEBAKER * Service E B A K E R A good selection of new and used trucks. Also, a number of late model used cars ... all guaranteed! Railroad und Ash Street* Lex Chamblin Dial 2195 Bill Chamblin E B A K E R FARM LOANS At I.owc'Sl Kale of Interest Quick Service A. F. Dietrich United Insurimce Agency IliO K. 1st St. Ingram Bldg. Save a Little- Have Much! Life Insurance Is a lortuno . . . nnd whether a policy is modest or small, everybody buys 1L on l»e installment plan. E. H. (Eddie) Ford Lynch Buililini; Phones Hns. 2811 Ho*. 3185 502 I.umerale SI Hlylheville Genera! American I<lfe 1"S. Co. ST.U DEBAKERS We Guarantee RECAPPING with Hawkinson Treads Let Your Next Tires Be GENERALS Cost More — Worth More MODINGER TIRE CO: 416 E. Main Thone 2201 FOR SALE Concrete Building Blocks Aquella Water Proofing Paint 12-48 inch CONCRETE CULVERTS plain or reinforced Osceola Tile and CULVERT CO. We Deliver I'hone 69! Arkansas Group Seeks College Nurses' School FORT SMITH, Ark., Oct. 18. (UP) — The advisory council of the Arkansas Nurses Association was preparing today to select a committee to bring together the administrators ot the Urrivrrsitv of Arkansas School of Medicine and Emory University School ot Nursing. The iiurpose of th e advisorv council .is .the elentual establishment of a Collegiate School of Nur- wng in .Arkansas Mrs. Lamar McMilHn .o! litiie Rock, president of U>e Arkansas ]Ia Mllletrqfthe Atllinta.V.a.. s'clwol will be In Arkansas In November The association hopes lo nrrBngc • meetifg'at that time with University of. Arkansas Preslent Ix;wis Webster Clones and. Dr. Henry C Chermulfc- - PRIVATE ROADS •OR ^isJY . EXCAVATION S. J.COHEN Contractor LYMCH BLDaBtyiHEViLLE ARK. 736,642 Pay Admissions T» Livestock Exposition UTTLI'ROCK. Ark., cxt 18 (UP) -^- v '^en. Clyde Byrd. tn-oia- «er of thevi^47 Arkansa's Liv VD^-IJ I Show. MM'the exposition's lm»n •Ul report'.'yili •„. ready in a [r» i wcci*, an,3,he added that me show i •Will probmbly "break even." I Howev«rr»i£h regard to attend- I •nc«, th« Jivfstock show set a new : »«cord thk.-year. The 1947 attend-! rr. ^ ' Truck Driver Accused lit Death on Highway JONESBORO, Ark.. Oct. 18 <UP>— Craighe».<5 County Farmer oien Bishop. 38,'..'was in county jal! to- ] d»y, charged with manslaughter in i the death of M y«»r old Mrs. Rowin Murphy. . Mrs. Murphy died Sunday when ! •he ffll from a truck and broke her neck. Bishop's truck struck Wit rear of the truck Mrs. Murphy WBi riding In. He suffered hack injuries, and' had -.c.:-..-.incd In n Jonesboro hospital until ycster- BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIN OFFICE NORTH TENTH Phone 3151 Courier Mrm Want Atta OUR SPECIAL TREATMENTS! Pabi'ics ;irr> different in lon- si!c stiTiiRlh. \vparnbilityivrifl ol'nc:~ i -"'I;; ."s . . . Tliai's why \ <• ". •• tvcniiiionl.s. liopl as'av^tit lo the imlivi<\u«' fabric. And limit's why, whon you send your rlolhes In be cleaned ;it Nu-\\':i they last many months longer! 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Aiitln.ri/L-cl Motorola Karilft Sales antl Service 106 South First St. CLUB 61 Blyllicvtllc, Arkansas Hielm-ay (II Sorih Dine and Dance Couples Only Open 6 Nights Weekly Orchestra Kvery Wcdm-sdny N'ishl OPERATED BY GENE POWELL Phone 3371 Night Phones 2527 and 2903 WALPOLE ELECTRIC Complete Electrical Store Wiring - Fixtures - Appliances 117 So. Second St. Klyllievillc, Ark. Free Estimates on AH Work Dial 2231 For Kree Delivery on All Staple nnd Fancy Groceries Quality Meats Fresh Fryers (T.ive or Dressed) Freeman & Henley GROCERY 2016 West Main St. Allen Pickard's SHOE REPAIR SERVICE • Surplus Army Goods • Supplies • Shoes Sc« us fa' Hie vpry best In Army surplus sllnos. N>.ir]y new—Rebuilt—To !lr RrlmiU. llnnSre-rts for .inlc. Quantity Trices Ayail- aWc. EAST END 112 Lilly Street ',2 Block SoutU Kast Main f.0* *(*t MSKCURy StRViCC AtWM you* Still & Young Motor Co. Lincoln-Mercury Dealer Phon« 347» Blytheville Ark. 112 Walnut 8t.

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