The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 4, 1952 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 4, 1952
Page 14
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PAGE FOURTEEN RED CROSS <Ooett/iu«d from Png uels, PEO chapter D. »—N. 0. Patterson. *5 — Russell's Cafe, Curb Market, J. P. Ellis Grocer Porsyth's Grocery, Dr. J, L. Tirt well, Rosa Snliba, Sullivan-Nelso (Additional), Mead's (Additional Mrs. D. c. McLean (Additional Roy B. Skaller, Freeman's Mnrke Brown's Beauty Shop, Dr. J. y Srownson Clinic. Curl's Bnkerj Rev. Harvey T. Kldd, Farls Sitnoi Cecil Home, Mnck Suey Yee. Earl Simmons, J. L. Qurlfcy, E C. Matthews, Chester Button, Pau Xotes. felix Hill, J. w. West, w. O West, Mahai, Brothers, Mrs. Luc Adams, W. H. SkeUon, Herman Hit fenberry, s. D. McGee. R. w. Nicli ol, Mrs. R. w. Nlchol, James Bnv.'] ing, Ray Downing, Adrian Russell Hugh Dlxon, Jack Hale, Bud Smith John Hardest?. E. E. Smith, Frank Smith, Wilson Smith, Chamj Meadows, N. H. Hughs. Mrs. O Shpnyo, Mrs. Byron Moore, J. T Walker, Mr. and Mrs. John O'Nenl Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sclbcrt, Mr. anc Mrs. W E Hngan (Additional). Hex Hughes, John Buckner, Mrs Lynn Hughes (Additional). 15—Ms. J. A. Leech, Crockcrs Grocery and Market. Wesley Stal- llngs, Gann Brothers, z. Giinn, Mrs. W. F. Worsley, Tommy James, C. W. Garrigan. Clny Stalling, W. A. Angel. J. H. Gurlcy. $4—Mrs. Jim Fowler, B. B. White, George Cassldy. . $3—B. F. Fitigerald, A. P. Burks, Kyle Ball. $2.50—C. A. Vlnson, Hike steward, T. R. Randolph. Runl Shcp- pard, George Sheppard. B—Jeas Marvell,. Virginia Davis. Learah Robinson, Roy Eggcnsper- ger, Walter Stevenson, Estes White, Louis Ball. Roy Mitchell, E. V. Treadway. Geraldlne Greene (Additional), Mary Hubler, W. T. Melz- ger, A. S. Huntley (Additional). O— E. B. Wilson, Jake Darby, Ray HTHlSVILLE , D. J. Hodj«, K. T. Small wood, w. T. Davis, J. A. Hayn Mrs. Ella Phillips, J. A. Webb, Sta. ley Wilson, Cecil Bunn, w. B. Dick son, Rlej- Hood, J. Yi. Fields, I. • Walker, J. B. Barnes, Claude Dui ran, H. c. Duck, Mr. and Mrs. ' A, Mlzcll, Mrs. John Feather$tor Mrs. J. H. Roberts, Mrs. Wells. $1.50—Je.ssle Griffin, nic'hardso $1.35-Mrs. resile llartlln. $155—Mrs. E. S. Moore $1.15—Mrs. J. L. Thompson, Jr. $1—Mrs. H. p. Llston, Mrs, Larr Henrn, Mrs. Bill Lambert, Kem WhtecnJiunt. Mrs. L. A. Staffort Mrs. Scott Mnnley, E. D. Northcu ?aul Human, MIS. Henery Long, O N. Morse, Mrs. J. E. Kcllctt, Mr and Mrs. T. O. Huey, Mrs. J. s Godwin, J. s. Godwin, Bert, Met cnlf, Mrs. Leslie Haniln (Addition a!>, Mrs. Willinin B. Hodge. Bill Brode, Ji. n. BJayJock. Mrs iarohl Ktiop, Mrs. Hattie Hunter Mrs. Dick Watson, Mrs. J. P. Ow n.t, Mrs. Jack Wagnon. Mrs. aa- K'ard Tiitiun, Mre. u. K, Williams Irs. Priclmrd. Mr. and Mrs, Hill Mrs. Parks, Mrs. Pulley. Mrs. Louis ieller, Q. H. White, Mrs. L C -Catz. rs. Ted Homer. Mre, Fred "tcvenson, c. A. Miller. Mrs. Jim- lie Sandcr.1, Carl Lcdbcttcr, Clnr- nce Wonclnrd. E. L. Jones, Jessie ondrcn, Marie Burns, Mrs. c. F Inkemore. Evelyn Tomllmon, Don Kal- achcr, Anne n. Smith. Ellsc Lewis, crbcrt Wilson. Henry Holmes, J. . Kayuitt. Jr.. Rev. J. E. Cox. Cc- 1 Mann. V,- M. Ford, R. W. Webb, swalcl Swlimcy, Hnbbic navls. Eu- «ic Sticjijiard. Rev. Homer llofo- ison, Ezell Wilson, w. C. Smith, rs. Miible Harmon. J, T. Coward, rs. E. A. Austin, Mrs. W. F. l.uns- rtl, Mrs. H, C. Kennedy. R. E avis. T. J. Richardson. Karlenc chnrdson. Mrs. W. R. Llghllixit, M. Mitchell. ?;rby Hodge, T J ick. H. C. Buck. $1.05—Ida Adklns. Mrs. Dora Phillips, s. Joseph, nry F. Lonrleimle, Jnnies Hlack- ell. Martin Hail. Sallie Murrie. osie P. Williams, Ettcr Mae Burton. Norn Glvnn, William Green, R«T. Jerry Pinney, Booker Bollln Mose Harris, George Brown, Re Preael McCulIough, Charles Ga »r, Marl* Adderson, Ixjttle p. Me Coy, jewel w. FnuocH. Ollle Ha Sumerall, Octevla Shivers, Ion Banks, Eva M. Hollis, Artama Ha ey, Artls 2. Sawyers, Bessie p ivv Goldena McKInstry. Hnttie Wallace, Luuada Tonin son, Walter Washington, James Bol don, Ellwbclh IJoldon. Susie Cum mlng, Lucious Vassar, Beatrice Vns snr, Emma Perear, islah Nea George Rcece, olevla Hcecc, Wil Ham BarDiry. Minnie Jackson, Ad die Croford, Angelene Benle Wl Glover, Grace Richardson , Han na Soward, Willie Ann Lofton, Ma ble Bush, Jessie Gates, Rev. T J Greene, Bessie W. Brassficld. A. J. Hill, Robcrdla Knowls Din ah Givans, Dave Pinkny. Maggi L. Love, James Plump, Cleve How ?, r ,7,', Kwie 'Bennett, Willie Simpson Will Miles, Mattie odum. E D Ware, John Nash, Rnchcl strick land. Willie Davis. Josle Guy R L. Adktnson. Lilly Berry, Sellers Robinson. Maggie Adklns, Maree Warner. Alma Sanders, Jessie Klmbrough Mrs Eslclla Bawyc, Mrs. jimmle Gnlhlng, Mrs. J. J. Johnson, Rov A. W. Maycs, Mrs. Ada B. Johnson Mrs. i,ta[|. smith, j. M. Klm- jrough, Jonnic I>e;vis. Nat jolin- on. John w. Osbonie, J. A Ford 3nrl Marshall, Swift A Co Em- iloycrs. II. D. Sanders, J. w. Governor, Vill Wiitkins. WanMl Griffin Nany McNichnls, Willie Martin. Ada Brooks, George Mitchell, George mffin, Emma IK'ust, othereo Wil- oms, Catherine Ivory. Minnie tones, Marie Com. Jennie Strong rnner Massey, Mlllc Stronit, Uc rown. Minnie Ash. Ifurtacr's iinrber Shop, Rasn- ojid Grocery, McCormick Grocery, r. E. Gceslcr, jr., Jess B. Davis, Ir.s. D. G. Moore. Freddie Hodge, crtha Moore. Jordan D. Nccd- nm. w. T. pillow. Raymond Murow, Elene Lloyd, Cecil Whlttcn Irs. Womacli. H. F. Eastlln. Mnr- ierlte Matthews, Mrs. Watson, frs. mown, Lynn Marvell, Dr. J. Dnnner. ( ER NEWS Banquet to Honor Methodists in Graduating Class A banquet honoring Methodist members of Blythevllto High School's graduating claw Is to be held at First Methodist Church April 21, Educational Assistant, Miss Sue earnest announced yesterday The Rev. John Baylies, pastor of Pocahonlas Methodist Church, will h« the principal speaker on the' program, An annual af/alr, the banquet Is for all Methodist seniors and not Just members of First Methodist Church, Miss Dement said. FRIDAY, AFKIL 4, 1962 Guest Minister Speaks Sunday At First Baptist The Rev. Howard King of Wal"it Ridge is to preach at First Bap- Ist Church here Sunday while the <ev. E. C. Brown, pastor, Is In Pine Bluff holding B revival, Educational •Secretary Miss Hazel Branncn an- "oimces. The Rev. Mr, King Is a member f I lie faculty of Southern Baptist College at Walnut Ridge. He wilj reach at both morning and eve- ing services here Sunday. The Rev. Mr. Brown will be In Ine Bluff through next Friday. iQteway Tabernacle 'o Continue Revival The revival now under way at ic i Gateway Tabernacle on South owurd Street, will continue for ne more week. It was announced esterday. The revival, which began two eeks ago, Is being conducted Ijy the Rev. Carl Denny, pastor. Let Us Talk With You A Moment ABOUT YOUR TAXES i increa * ef } '" Mississippi County, fcut they have increas- because you have voted for and authorized that increase. Vour county oHicio/s co//ect o n /y those taxes you hare roted for and approved. Under the law they cannot do otherwise. 79S I M L n 9 the lncreose »• of 1951 taxes payable thn year over taxes in 7948 which were payable ,n 7949, St.dy this comparison and you wilt readily Understand why you now pay more taxes. I>isl. No. 1 2 5 6 9 10 15 23 25 31 35 40 RATE FOR TAXES PAYABLE IN 1949 IN MISSISSIPPI Co., Ark. Name Osceola I'lixurn / lily{ heville . ....'.. .... .'. [['_' Gosncll ' .Armore! Sh:i\vnee '. Mills .. IS .. 18 . . 18 .. 18 . . 18 18 Dist. No. 1 2 5 <! RATE FOR TAXES PAYABLE IN 1952 IN MISSISSIPPI Co., Ark. Name Osceola .............. Mills Alantlu . . to 'Dell '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'" Wilson Keisor ){unlctlc Kfowiih I.cachville '''"''''''''' IS IS 18 IS • IS IS •^ isni-KU'y j s SS Siillmtin ... i o 5G '•'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'." IS Counly 5 Counly Uoad -j • hu-oip. Towns ;ind rifies (Kxi-cpl UlytlK'villo) 5 City of Blylhcvillc n 1 iniS taxes due and payable fro,,, February 20 until October 1, 19.19. 25 31 35 Klyllievillc Cosncll Armorel Sbawnee AInnila . . Dell ....... \\'ilson Keisev liurdeflc Klowali I.eachville •>•' Sfillinai, . . 20 5li »>-^s '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 26 County OiuTitl 5 Cnuiity !{o;id 3 Incorp. Towns and cities (excepl Klylhcvillc) ........ .T City of lilylheville .11.1 Counly Hospital IJoml :j Counly Has. .Mninlenaoee l I05i Taxes due and payable from February IS unlil Oclober I, 1952 Please Bear These Facts In Mind When You Consider Your Tax Payments Your Duly Elected Officials Of MISSISSIPPI COUNTY Feel you wanf a change from solid colors this summer Here's a new idea . . . sparkling gray flecked with white or sofl tan flecked with cream. Summer-Snow, a Dixie VVeave* specialty, almost describes itself. Cool, lightweight, porous-as refreshing as snowflakes in a heat wave. Holds its shape, keeps you looking fresh and neat MEAD'S 111 MAIM I1«HT

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