The Richland Beacon-News from Rayville, Louisiana on February 4, 1956 · 4
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The Richland Beacon-News from Rayville, Louisiana · 4

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') o o o o o o o o o o o o o G o c o o o Q o C j G o O o o 3 O o o u c o o 0 . J O 4 T aM o Pearce Announces Commodities Distribution Mr. A. I McClanahan. repre sentative of the Louisiana Depart ment of Agriculture, spent Friday of last week here contacting: interested parish officials regarding the newly Initiated commodity distribution program. "Mr. Pearce is vitally interested in seeing the program initiated in each parish where the local situation shows a need. He also wants tolend a hand in accelerating and etKjamlinlne the operation in thoaM parlshea where diJtribu&n has be gun. X feel that all possible is be ing done in Richland Parish to give the needy speedy consideration, q Those interested in certification may contact the local welfare office for details," spates McClana- For Expert Repairs RADIOS TV SETS ELECTI& CLOCKS IRONS RAYVILLE'S OLDEST AND MOST COM? LETE crni nor1 trn . nnrMrwr . Wiggins' Appliance Store 104 LOUISA STREET r don't give them a chance! o O Any nignt, rutmeas criminal nunua tuuiu wnji off your treasured possessions, things that you might never be able to recover or replace Fire C? could reach out; and destroy everything it touches. Take this precaution : Put your valuablesin a private safe deposit box in our vault. This complete, modern protection is so inexpensive you Dean enjoy it for as little "O Visit us and rent a SAFE DEPOSIT BOX before disaster visits you! o Q FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF RAYVILLE p Phone 4424 - Member Federal Deposit United States 73 ca-D-wp rrcaD c- - o umro - fv ' c c o -q ik ; ? r. " c r A 's ? ' ' ' :r.y Supplying the paper iieeds of onr country is a big job . . and an important one. Standing high in the nation's paper production is the Gulf South, where mills flourish because of vast stores of available (pulp wood, capable labor and dependable fuel. Natural gas is used extensively in processing operations in pulp- aud paper mills, serving this great industry dependably and economically. Pulp and paper mills, rlike lather industries locating on the pipe lines of United Gas, axe offered adequate, uninterrupted supplies of fuel the C3 n o o. Q o Q c o GAS han. Meanwhile Dave "L. Pearce, Commissioner of Agriculture, issued the following statement on his position regarding the surplus food distribution program: "The federal government is spending millions of dollars of taxpayer's money for storage charges on surplus food while all around us we see our own people in desperate need of this foodr A3 it now stands Ipve been able through Washington to secure certification for all parishes in the state to receive and distribute these commodities on the basis of need. However, only farm fnmlllM nr elieihlp under the nrea- ent program. I personally feel that, in so much asthese commodities ere purchased not only with tax mcneyQf rom farmers but ' by the public in general, it is unfair to confine distribution to farmers only. I 4tave previously expressed this DIAL 2551 Q r rs as pennies per weeK. Insurance Corporation Depositary year around ... an important PIPE (fj j) THE RICHLAND BEACON-NEWS. RAYVILLE, LaV-SATURD AY, FEBRUARY 4. 1956! Tf, viewpoint to Washington as well as here locally and I shall continue to advocate and fight for a commodity distribution program to include every person who is actually in need. Such a program will strengthen our lagging farm prices and at the same time be of untold assistance to those many, many families now needing food." Those who are interested in seeing this program in operation are urged; to contact their police jurymen, local welfare officials, state representative and senators. 0 Bethel Baptist Church Route 4 Rev. Fred Keys, Pastor 10:00 a. m. Sunday School, A. P. Futch, Supt. 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship. 6:30 p. m. Training Union, Wood-row Jackson, director. 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship. Wednesday evening: l 6:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting. 7:30 p. m. Brotherhood, W. M. U., R. A., G. A. and Sunbeams. , o . Archibald Church of Christ Fred Scarbury, Sr., Evangelist Sunday Services: O 10:00 a. m. Bible Classes. 0, 11:00 a. m. Preaching Service. 11:45 a. m. Communion Service. 7:00 p. m. Young People's Class. 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship. Thursday Services: 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship. You are invited to come and study with us. "The Church of Christ salutes you." Rom.l6:16. o Church of God Archibald, Louisiana Rev. Vernon Hibbard, Pastor iT " Sunday School, 10:00 a. m., W. C Crawford, Supt. s Morning Worship, Cll:00 a.6 m., Sermon by Pastor. G Evening Worship, 7:45 p. m. (Revival Time). , Wednesday: Mid-week s-Prayer Service, 7:30 p. m. e S Saturday: Young People's En-deavoi7:30 p. m., Mrs, Madge Wiggins, president. "A Friendly Church With a Friendly Welcome." Q 0 " West New Home Baptist 2 Church Rev. R. L. ITarri3, Pastor Dutch Sharbono, S. S. Supt,, Horace Pickett, Music Director Charles Pickett, Training Union Director O- Saturday night services 7:30 p. m. Sunday School, 10 a. m. CMorning Services, 11 a. m. Training Union, 6:30 p. m,' Evening Worship Service, 7:30 p. m. w -KJ You are cordially invited to come and worship with us. 0 . Lone Cherry Baptist Church Rev. R. L. Joyner, Pastor Come to church Sunday! 10 a. m. Sunday School, ; Emmitt Landrum, superintendent. 11 a. m. Morning Worship.") 6-p. m. Training Union, Ernest Jones, director. 7 p. m. Evening Worship. Wednesday, 6:30 p. m. Brotherhood, W. M. U. and Youth Organizations. 7:30 p. m., Prayer Service. o GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY I o PAPER factor in attracting industry to any i r. U PROFESSIONAL CARDS , CHARLES W. GAINES SPECIAL AGENT Guaranty Income Life Insurance Co. OF BATON ROUGE, LA. Rayville, La. Phone S686 MISS MARZELLE WATTS NOTARY PUBLIC Office Credit Bureau Boles Bldg. Phone 4041 Rayville, La. GUY A. ANDERSON REALTOR LICENSED BONDED rhone 2105 Rayville, La. Listings Solicited COENEN and COENEN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office North of Court House Rayville,, La. (6) COENEN INSURANCE AGENCY GENERAL INSURANCE FIRE AUTO LIABILITY Office North of Court Uoup rhone 4493 RayULa. DR. JOSEPH W. HAYNES Optometrist IP 305 MADELINE ST. Rayville, La. Phone 2223 S. L. THAMES GENERAL INSURANCE FIRE AUTO LIABILITY Phone 54 Mangham, la. H. C. RUSHING Justice of the Peace Rayville, La., Route 1 OfflcefcJ! Miles East of Archibald MONROE ANIMAL HOSPITAL v C. W. HAYS, D. V. M. Sterlington Road at Webster Phone 3-2801 Monroe, La. DR. G. LV MERRICK VETERINARIAN Large and Small Animal Practice Phone 3638 Rayville, La. 0 DR. JOHN H. HOOKS, JR. DENTIST Office in Hooks Building" South of a Court House BY APPOINMKNTS ONLY Phone 25410.- " RayvIUe, La. COTTON and BOLTON ATTORNEYS AT LAW ,Q-, Office in Cotton-Bolton Building' South of Gourl House BURK-GOREE General'Insurance FIRE AUTO LIABILITY Phone 3572 . Rayville, La. ELLIS and ELLIS ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office Opposite Court House f-' , Rayville, La. W. A. COOPER Attorney at. Law Office in City Hall Q Rayville, La. NOTICE x biin apply lur tjAciiieiiey. WILLIE WHITE. " l143tp. o o 'O community. PRODUCING COMPANY Rev. Boyd Sanderson, t-astor Sunday School, 10:00 a. m. WorshlpOlour, 11:00 a. m. Training Union, 6:30 p. m. Worship Hour, 7:15 p. m. W. M. S. Monday, 2:30 p. m. . Sunbeams, G. A. and R. A., Monday, 3:20 p. m. Wednesday, 7:00 p. m., Prayer Meeting Hour GL-O NOTICE y I am applying for clemency. LLOYD M. McWILLIAMS. l283tp. f MM) , PETIT JURY DRAWN State of Louisiana, Parish of Richland. I, J. C. Boies, Clerk Fifth District Court and Ex-Officio Jury Commissioner, do hereby certify that the following is a true and correct list of the Petit Jury drawn by the Jury Commission to serve in the regular term of Criminal Court, which convenes MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27th, A. D., 1956, viz: No. Name Ward 1. Llndow. William Herman 3 2. Seymour, Jordan 3. Greer, Frank E. 4. Lambert, Fred 5. Hicks, Artls 6. Yelverton, Preston 7. Cartlidge, J. D. 8. Hanna, M. H. 9. RoyeyUfred 10. Wafton, L. E. 11. Clement, Clarence 12. Moore, ilix 13. Loftln, Meron F. 14. Burkett, J. C 15. Jonest, Ernest C. 16. Hillis, Russell R. 17. Free, James Dorson T. V. CHARLIE WIGGINS APPLIANCE STORE Now you see John, I ' told you had the best Televisions In town and they mvb us the best trade too. W- .fSj, . x WIGGINS APPLIANCE 5 & STORE Phone 2551 Rayville, La By jggf -JTI AM -TEL -CO. , 'i ' ' ' ' '''' l?n DM A gTTB ' J 4-Door Riviera, - ) . 1 . t- .. a . ll I v- . . . a... It stakted right on announcement day. On tliat day, we made bold to call thislhe Best Buick Yet. ( A pretty big w statement, we re sure youll agree. ) But, in the scant three months ttoce then, we've had ample proof of how imore-than-right we were Not just from the tremendous initial interest shown in th&new 1956 Buicks Not alone from the way our sales have zoomed past all expectations I.-. But more especially and more clearlyand more positively from the enthusiastic "play back" that's coming from happy new-Buick owners. ho, if u'd hke the story firsthand see if you can get a '56 Buick owner to stand still long enough to tell it to you At O aw low price tn Comfort ia awur Enjoy oooled, filtered air .for than you think t with Bulck's AIRCONDITIONER It's a genuine Frigldalre .4 'W New Bridge Being Built Over Boeuf River BATON ROUGE, Jan. ,27 The new bridge over Boeuf River on U. S. 80 In Richland Parish is now under construction by the highway department. 'Board member Sam Short said that a contract has been approved at $250,000 with Spohrer-Pollard, contractors of Bossier City. The bridge now under construction will be a 380-foot concrete and I-beam span wUJi a 28-foot roadway clearance. Tne span will be in the vicinity of the old Rayville bridge which will be by-passed by the proposed relocation of U. S. 80 in this area.. During the 10 M months, esti mated time needed for completion of the new structure, traffic will , use the existing bridge. 0 Grace Baptist Church Rev. J. E. Chandler, Pastor 10:00 a. m. Sunday School. 11:00 a. m. Preaching Service. 7:30 p. m. B. T. U. 8:30 p. m. Worship Service. 7:30 p. m. Wednesday night: Midweek Prayer Meeting. Alfikre cordiallvJjwited to attend Othese services. Q 18. Driskell, Lamar 19. Dollar, Loyce E. 20. Huckabay, Joe 21. Parker, Garland 22. McCartney, W. A. 23. Swett, George W. 2 5 4 4 5 1 2 2 3 4 7 5 2 24. Swain, J. u;. 25. Hunter. James E. 26. Wynn, Frank E. Jr. 27. Jones, Winfred W. " 28. Etier, Willie Jr. 29. Hudgins, Ansell T. 30. Stokes. Jack IN FAITH WHEREOF, witness my signature and official seal of office on this the 19th day of January, A. D., 1956. J. C. BOIES, Clerk Fifth District Court . j, and Ex-Officio Jury Com-" missioner. 1286L - ' O 3K . GRANDIUKY SELECTED State of Louisiana, Parish of Richland. I, J. C. Boies, Clerk Fifth District Court and Ex-Officio Jury Commissioner, do hereby certify that the following is a true and correct list of he Grand Jury as selected by the Jury Commission to serve for the ensuing six (6) months, which Grand Jury convenes MONDAY, FEBRUIJGjLRY 6th, A. D., 1956: No. Name rA,. Pipfei N. L. 5t. DoMere, Stanley R. 3. Anding, George K.. 4. Milby, Toliver- D. 5. Bledsoe, G. D. 6. Post, Perry H. Jr. 7. Jones, Reginald V. 8. Lambert, William F. 9. Dalrymple, V. P. 10. Rockett, Richard D. 11. O'Quinn, C. F. uaiu a 2 7 1 4 . 4 1 2 2 jzw7 Dzm For it,s a real news abouti' Youirhear about a walloping-big new 322-cubic-inch V8 engine that delivers its record-higKpower with the obedience of a bird dog. You'll hear about a terrific new question, "How much?" whfSk only Variable Pitch Dynaflow that gives you can answer. double-action take-ofland instant Fox, yotPcan go aU thiRva)0"rom acceleration right in thgjlriving the-bedrock-priced SpSal-Io the range along with gas-saving mileage. Yet, when you do floor theedal to switch the pitch youDget an extra abundance of safety-surge power to pull out of tight spots on the highway, q Youll hear about a new "sweetness" of ride made even more buoyant by dcp-jil cushioning anif all-coil springing andibout a new ease of handling and steering and a new 0, J now Buick with ffigidairm Conditioning 110 . I II! J - a aaia. Here's An Answer To Cuticle Problem n Rough, splitting cuticle that catches and tears may respond to a weekly lotion routine. Begin your cuticle care program by pouring a small amount of cramy baby lotion into a cup: then dip fingertips in the lotion keeping them there while you watcK your favorite television program. After the softening lotion bath, wash the hands with warm soapy water. Use the ball of the thumb to push the softened cuticle back. A weekly babying with baby lotion will keep cuticle soft and pliable. Then, every day, after washing your hands, use a rough terry towel to ease the moist cuticle back gently from the nail. Every night, rub around each fingertip . with the same softening lotion. Following these daily rituals faithfully helps coax nail "moons" into the picture. 12. Medlin, James E. 13. Aaicdgeworth, Ray 14. oVtfle, C. A. 15. Bowman, William J. 16. Greenhager,' Scotty 17. Ballard, Edgar L. 18. Dupree, T. C. 19. Letlow, John M. 2 5 3 5 5 6 7 3 1 20. Orndoff. Walter L. IN FAITH WHEREOR, witness mv signature and official seahof of fice on this the 19th day of January, A. D., 1956. J. C. BOIES, fTi Clerk Fifth District Court and Ex-Officlo Jury Com missioner. l283t-' 0 Hy Ridge Baptist Church Rev. Wiburn Taylor, Pastor Sunday services: , -10:00 a. m. Sunday School. 11:00 a. m. Preaching Service. 6:30 p. m. Training Union. ' 7:30 p. m. Preaching Service. V. E. Morphis, Superintendent. Claude Cordell, Training Union Director. ... -t S' V i - C ! - - - l X if 4 - ' A s $ : 4 ttmm t i fi (m&csm) story youll hear four-footed ' the turns. bo what's I Biick styling VOU can see a thrifty boost in hiVh-stepnine X. f l standingSuPER and on tfthe custom-builtgoADKjsTER. Why not come in right soon? Leaca -how easy well make it for you to step into the '56 Bui(circle6with-C out busting out of your budget New Advked Variable Pitch Dynaflotg is the only Dynaflomhuick builds todaiP ft is standard on Roadmaster, Super and Century optional at modest extra cost on the Special. Qi ( W O4 O 0 " - I' 1 '. A L -it tfl J WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE PITTilAN BUI0( LOUISA STBEET a o o 1 Rev. Sam Brinson, Pastor Sunday School, 10:00 a. m. Worship Service, 11:00 a. rru Training Union, 6:30 p. m. Worship Service, 7:30 p. m. Wednesday prayer meeting, 7:00 p. m. -0 The International Typographical Union was founded in 1852 and is the first and oldest labor union In the United States. It's Too Late Then! WHILE your home burns, you may wish you had carried more fire insurance. Before you have a loss, check up your policies with this Hartford agency. It's not too late NOW. JOHN C. MORRIS Business Phone 3531 Residence Phone 2054 " v RAYVILLE ! DAT SAKPLK rCKOTSHED O) FAST KCUEF! Wmmm sack slaata ! in Ilk a ateralt? whll fmm unna u eaaka, Branch iml-Altai, ratleard QUCKLT (aaaallr wtthbl 1 ailaaU) bT NEPHRON INHALATION THERATT. Mast atabaara eaaas wairt. K-raraWaa af what raa mmwm triad ar haw haaeleaa rar aaaa a at sie ap. 8a aa far fail aar- Walters Drug Store, Rayville, La. 1 C3 sureness when taking o r. to be told? lliant ne inside and out which for vourself. And tho Q o e Century to thaout- o (7) "0 G SCC MCKIf GUASOM ON TV i BUM BUICK WILL BUILD THEM' o e COMPANY i LOUISIANA 0 0 0 3 k 1 v- AS: I UNITED O - o o CORPORATION u UNITED GAS LINE COMPANY UNION RAYVIIXE, G O o i o o o - G O o - o O 'O o O O O Q G Q P; O - e a o a

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