The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 20, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 20, 1947
Page 2
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"•'.•>H p ss'V :>AO« TITO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1047 Peniscot Elects Agri Committees ConMrratkM Groiip StH Up Nev Coiiaty, Mrtrict lie., KMT. 30 — Arthur r. Warner 1 of Tyltr, In th* south put Of the. country, was r«- •toeted a< ebalrnMui of tht P*mi»- oot County Agricultural Conser- Tstloo Oetnmittot, aeoordinc to return* announced today foUowlng tfat tStetfcti ta viHtoua wanunltlM Jaat Friday. . .• .' , .:. ' Other county officers named are ftiMai WUk*. CfruthcnyUlt, ylce- etoattBtn; 1 *nd Chttttr e.'Sorrtll, Porttf/tYtilt^ M0UBrtt*J*J BMPAbtfS, Ttit eeynty eommltttt mtmbtn wtn naro«d at a convention of community commjjteemtn, following their election* in their respective communities. Tbott namtd In th« various com- •lunittt* wart: ' ' ' ' Bratradoclo— Jack Clayton, chairman; Frank L- Long, Jr., vice-chairman; and Robert L. Ltdbttter, mem- btr.- • • : BuUtr-Oodalr— John H. Farries, chairman; Clyde White, vice-chair- mac; and Bert Newman, member. Concord-Oayoao— Chester S. Sorrell, chairman; and Lacy J. Bush • rice-chairman. Cooter — Henry H. Brown, chairman; Melvin Clark, vice-chairman; and Lewi* Latter, member. Haytl-Org an— T. T. Martin, ahalr- man; Jame* O: Oallaher, Jr., rlce- ehalrm»n; and Starr McDanlel, member. ' Holland— PorUr K. Harris, chair- 'Realtors' Choice Hobart C. Brady, of Wichita, Kan., i« tht rww pr«il<Stnt of tha National Association of Real Zitat* Boardi. H* wai «i«ctcd it tht organization's 40th annual convention in San FrancUco, cant New Mango-MM Source CalM World's Richest CARTERSVILbE, Ga. (UP)—Th« vast Hale-Etowah mineral proper- tit* In aouthcuttrn Bartow and estern Cherokee Counties naar here contain the richest manganese 1» the world, according to assay reports. * The '»urve~ys were made for one ot the district's largest landowners, W. R. Hale of New York, who plans to open up mineral rttourcc* In this area backed' by Northern and Midwestern capita]. , State Geologist Garland Peyton calls tlie proi>ertle.s "a mineral empire" whose resources cannot bt worked out or exhausted In 50 to 100 yean. Read'Courier Ntwi Want Adi. tcholarthip f xam/notfon ~and!datti Announced i OARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., Nov. JO. —Candidate* from the Senior Clau of Caiuthtnvill* High School for tht Pepti-Oola Scholarthip Tttt wert announced yesterday. This year Die regular test will be pre- oe«dcd by' a preliminary test, and, If the candidates pas* this, they will b« eligible for the final test next Spring'. This preliminary tett la similar to a college entrance examination and will be Held here tomorrow. . Candidate* are Frances Parnell, Carolyn Christian, James Hamby, and Jimmy Ttllman. Two alttrnatt* named In case candidates are unable to take the preliminary tt*t* are Mugery Plgmon and Joe Mulr. man; Clovle Fowler, vice-chairman. Caruthersvllle—Orland Patterson, chairman; Floyd Wllks, vice-chairman; and W. O. Posey, member. Little River—J. R. Owens, chairman; C. E. Wallace, vice-chairman; and Felix Mangrum, member. ' Pascola—L. D. Itch, chalrma.i; Clyde Sellers, vice-chairman; and Will Qrtggs, member. Pemlscot—Dlek Constant, chairman; J. C. Hopper, vice-chairman; and Hooper Azbtll, member. Virginia—J. L. James, chairman; Stylon Proctor, vice-chairman; an'l O. B. Dorrls, member . Ptpri-Cola CaxjxMt, Long Iihnd City, N. Y. truKhiMd Bottltr: (Naitu of local batltn to it ixuritd htrt) FranchiMd Bottler: Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. of BlytheviUe IRONIZED YEAST 79c WILLIAMS AQUA VELVA "" 43c They knew what thcy'ra talking about... thoi* frivndt who ad vis* you to got tlto jump on the Christmas rush. And thoso people are doublo well- informed who tell you to do your shopping at WOOD'S. cperienee has proved that bigger values, higher quality items are available on our well stocked shelves, including wonderful gift ideas for everyone from Baby to Grandpa. So take a hint, do your shopping right away, while there is time to do it leisurely, wisely... and well. 75c Size SOc Vick's Lister i ne-• 69c Nose Drops 39c BEZON •V COMPLEX S?™"* 198 •"PPlJr » — RUSSELL STOVER DE LUXE CHOCOLATES ib*1.25 MILES NERVINE IH 83c FLETCHERS CASTORIA 31c 60c Drene Shampoo 49c SOc Mineral Oil, Imported 39c 50c Portions Tooth Paste 39c SOc Gillette Blue Blades, 10 for 49c 25c Johnson Baby Talc 23c LUXOR HAND CREAM 39c S5c VASELINE WHITE Special of (he Month! PEPPERMINT STICK ICE CREAM Pints: Gold Seal 35 C Hand Dipped 45e MURINE FOR EYES L 49c : DRIVER! PHONE 507' Lower Prices! Government* Terms ! Vast Selections ot Hubbara's! LOOK AT THIS! Cocktail Table SAMSON CAVALI ER Fine occasional tablt in walnut finish, now .... Cocktail Tables, period and other styles In walnut finish 10 9 Folding Card T a b 1 e, de- 11 e h 11 a n y hostess Cedar Chest |95 § to make a hit with your girl, only ". '..,..,',." ROYAL EASY Lounge Chair $Q.{ and ottoman jl] in rich tapestry Smart pottery bases, lovely shades, only Period Record Cabinet, Walnut or mahogany. Plenty of space 195 .End Tables, walnut finish, tMn^ lnexp»n»lv« *5 gift . W ^»«;sw«».s«m!w;«u»ai«>» Platform Rocker, relaxation for mother Wall Racks, solid mahogany. Magazine Baskets, budget priced for giving Sewing Cabinets, modern in walnut fin-. Ish at ss&v:.! D r o p s 1 d e Orib, for parents of a new .baby MMONS $99 9 U^iW.ljAiw'vVkv. W.*J^&& : :&&sSS; Philco Radio, a person H 1 gift that, pleases $ 23 95 Period Cliairs. for desk or dinette use, from §*•-.* $ft30 $ s KNEEHOLE DESKS Has nine drawers, beautiful $C>|95 mahogany fin- 5f*f ish only Gift Hassocks, many shapes and sizes, from .75 Bed Lamps Large selection of $C9i> styles to choos* Q from Taylor Tot Stroller, metal, with detachable handle.. 11 I SO i Walnut finish. | Ideal for Chrlst- ; mas. CHILD'S DESK If 5 Poker Table, folding type, right for hubby ;4 »5 A Smoker for Dad! Rich walnut veneers. Pockets for magazines. 11 50 •'-.•V Record cabinet, holds several albums STOWAWAY Modern Dcsk- Chest In mahogany finish fine gift. All cedar lined. BUY FURNITURE THIS XMAS METAL SMOKER I Easy to carry about. Extra * l«rg« ash receiver. Priced lowl MANY OTHER GIFT IDEAS NOT ILLUSTRATED HEREI 7-WAY LAMP $ Reflector bowl, lovely shades, only 10 Tier Tables In mahogany finish, welcome gifts 16 9 HUBBARD FURNITURE COMPANY

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