The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 5, 1949 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 5, 1949
Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE BLVTIIKVIU.E (ARK.) COUKIUK NEWS Missco Negroes Win 4-H Awards Coleman Community Club Takes Highest Honor at Osceola Colemnn Community's Negro 4-H Club waited off with top honors In the Achievement Day program nt Osceola's Kosenwald School Saturday. Coleman was chosen the Banner Club of 1949 and was followed by the Clear Luke and Bnrdette clubs In that order. Jerry Jackson, Jr., of Coleman, was named the outstanding boy in 4-H work In the county. He was first In leadership In the state contest; first In county leadership; and first- place winner jn the achievement division. In the girls' division. Roberta Tyson, also of Coleman, was similarly honored. She was first in leadership anil achievement and second in scholarship. AVins Slate, County Awards Alson Blackburn and family of Burdette won first place In • both stale and county competition tn the tenants' live-at-home division, and M. C. Williams and family of Calumet. was first in state and county competition in the land owners' home improvement division. Minute Harvey of Clear Lnke was on hand to receive awards as first, place winner in the coiintv for tenants' home Improvement division and Lee Ella Murry, of Chclford Community, was named first in the land owners' live-at-home division. Mississippi County's Fnnn Bureau contributed trophies and medals fo those honored In the various 4-H divisions. Arkansas-Missouri Power Company presented first place winners $50 and second place winners $25 in tile adults' divisions. Ida A. Netterville was recognized for her work during the past 10 years as leader of the Hound Lake girls' club and Ben Tyson was cited for his service as leader of the Coleman club during the past fi years. Other winners follow: Bays' Division Lorenzo Netterville, Round Lake and Lurora, second in achievement: first in corn; Roosevelt Holmes, Coleman, second in leadership; Cieophus Stmdivant, Chelfonl. third In leadership: Charley Watson, Jr., Hirdsong, first in scholarship; Sylvester Sykes, Clear Lake, second In scholarship; Floydcil Haley, Burdetle. third In scholarship. Herbert Thomas. Clear Lake, second Jn com; Leonard Scott, Clear Lake, third in com, second In fat barrow; David Fair, Colemnn, first in fat barrow, second In poultry; Bobby T. Malone, Coleman, first In poultry; R. D. Broadwaler, Clear Lake, third In poultry; William McDaniel, Blrdson, (adults' division) 129 bushel per sere corn yield, and Dock Nellervllle, Round Lake, (adults' division) 106 bushel per acre corn yield. Girls' Division Arvle Lee Haley, Burdetle, first in clothing, first in scholarship. third in leadership; Mildred Holmes. Coleman, second In achievement; Lottie Smith, Clear Lake, third tn achievement; Rutha Lee Harris. Carson Lake, second In leadership; Odessa Lee, Colemnn. first in canning; Dorothy McNeil, Grider. second In canning. Helen Yarbrough. Grider, third In canning; Ha/el Yarbrough. Grl- der. first in gardening; Dorothy McNeil, Grider, second in garden- Ing; Mildred Holmes, Coieman. second In clothing; Aliceslccn Tyson, Coleman, third In clothing. Armorel Girl Elected By Negro Homemakers Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYAKDS 11! tier. 5. </7V-flJSDAl- Moss :>O.IHIO: compared last previous market sr-s- sion Nov. H. weight? 1SO-21M) Ibs 25 to 50 cenU<; lmrf-r; heavier vrrlRhtji 50 to L>.00 Inner: sows 1.75 to 2.1*5 lo\ver; <:ootl and rhui«-»: \5'»220 Ibs 15.7S-Hi.OO: lop NiOO; ;>:<(). 270 Ibs 14.75-1575: 270-MO Ib* H 5(1]500: few Hin-HO llM U 511-15 75; goori .ind choii:p f.r)\vs 270-idO ]b* 13 ?.5-13.7ri: hp:ivifr .sows V.^.OO-Ki.cO: .static 9.50-11.5(1, Cattle 850(1: ralvps 1800: liberal supply of slecrs. around J10 loads; opdiins trade moderately active oii hich. pond nnil choice steers 27 503000; 1cm- Rood around 25.00: m,:- tliiim and gotxl heifers nnd mixed MONDAY, DECEMBER — Courier N'ews Photo — r ews oo NGCKO FA KM WINNKKS— Ncero farmers ol Mssissippi County were honored Saturday at the Osceola RoFcnwald School in a farm achievement day program. Upper photo shows Alson Blackburn ami wife (Ictt), of Burdette, who won first place in both state and county competition in the tenants' live-nl-home division. Next to them are M. C. Williams and wile who were state and county first place winners in the land owners' home improvement division. Lower photo shows James Oate.s, district manager for Arkansas-Missouri Power Company, is shown presenting a check on behall of the power company to Lee Ella Murry. ol Chelforcl Community, first in county land owners' livc-nt-liomc division, as Minnie Harvey. Clear Lake, first in count} competition in tenants 1 home Improvement division, umlG. S. Stewart, Ni-gro county agent, look on. Final Rites Conducted For B. L. (Bill) Gibson Funeral services for B. L. "Hill" GiUson, CO. \vere conducted at 2 p.m. yesterday at the Cobb Chanel by the Rev. H. c. Simius, pastor of Mm Assembly of God Church. Mr. Gibson died nt the Blythe- villc Hosnilal Saturday n/ler a brief illness He was born at Mount Pleasant, Tcnn,. but bad been farm- ins in this area since 1930. His wife died two 3'ears ago. Survivors include four daughters, Mrs. Grace Lloyd. Mrs. Hosie Lillic. Mrs. Gladys Donnelly and Mrs. Ruby Brown, all of Blytheville; and five sons, Jessie Ciib.son of Lepanto. Leonard Gibson of Jacksonville. Fla.. Krank GiUson of Reiser, and Lloyd and Whcarley Gibson, both of Blyihcvillc. Burin] was in the Dogwood R:dsc Cemetery. • • • Minister's Son Dies Last riles for John Paul King, three-mouth old son of the Rev. and Mrs. Bailey King of Essex. Mo., were ronclm'tcd yesterday at tin 1 Ks- M'\ Church, where the Rev. Mr, Kim: is pastor, by the Rev. Howard Kim; of Walnut Ridge. The baby died at a Poplar Blulf, Mo., hosnitnl Saturday. 'Hie parents and a brother survive. The Cobb Funeral Home of Bly- Ihpville wa.s in charue of anaURC- mcnl.s and directed burial in the F~vf-x CVmeU-rv. I Squirrel Takes Over '3 Blind Mice' Role PASADENA. Calif., Dec. 5—W— A .squirrel looks like a harmless cuddly animal, but Laura Waugli will probably keep a shotgun hnndy next time she tries to feed one. She told police that when sh< offered fond to a squirrel in he: back yard yesterday, the crittei bit her. She started toward the house. Theft Suspects Waive Hearing Four Blytheville Youths Arrested by Missouri Officers Two young Dlyllicville couple.s waived preliminary hearing In Mu- licipal Court Ihls morning on charges of grand larceny and were ordered held to await Circuit Court >ctton. Bonds for each were set it il.OCO. The two couples Dale Pierce, 19, Clifford Bnnnister, 29, Gloria D. Sawyer, 18. nnd Verna Mae Sawyer, !0, were arrested by Missouri State J atrolmen near HilLsboro, Mo.. Sat- irday for the theft of a 1939 Plymouth sedan from (he Blytheville Mo!or Company ii.scd car lot Thursday light. They were returned to Blytheville last weekend. According to the sheriff's office -he four youths were apprehended >y Missouri officers xvhen they were stopped In the car near Hillslmro lor driving a car without a license plate. In other action this morning Jhn- ny D. Barrett of near Poplar niuff, Mo., waived preliminary hearing on a charge of obtaining property 1111- Icr false pretense and was ordered leld to await Circuit Court action. Bond was set at 52,000. Paces Chei'k Charges Barrett is charged with ironing hrec worthier checks totaling $2625.75 to the Smith Pnntlac Compa- ly and the Motors Insurance Com)any for the payment of a 1949 Pontiac sedan on Nov. 12. He. was arrested several days later after he lad abandoned the car near Pop- ar Bluff. Elias Rodriqiiez, driver of the car In which another Mexican, Nicholas Ahila, was killed Nov. 26, wns fined S100 and casts on his plea of guilty to.a charge of driving while under the influence of liquor with S5o of Washington, British Governor Hurt In Assassination Try SINGOPORE, Dec. 6 —(/]>i_ A three-year fight lo give 5 to,-y book Sarawak ba<" ; to Us white rajahs exploded over the weekend In an attempted assassination of the crown colony's British governor. He was reported today still "seriously II from a knife wound in the abdomen. Tiro young Malays attacked Gov- cnior Duncan Stewart as he arrived Saturday at Slbti. Interior city of t lie colony in North B J "'< W V'° "-"Jo"" Vyner Brooke ceded to the British crown In 1946 The 45-year-old governor, flown to Singapore yesterday a.nd given two blood transfusions cnroute "passed a fair night," a hospital bulletin said today FOR HOLY YEAR PtLGR IMS-Visitors lo Home during live 1950 Holy Year will receive Ihese documents and aids. They are: a lapel pin; identification booklet giving special rail fare reductions; guide to Rome (top rear) and a prayer book, nil Titling inlo a handy carrying folder. Printed items will be available in English, French German, Spanish and llalian. (Photo by NBA-Acme stan" corre-' sngndent Albert BlusclU.] SICK? , Stomach, Liver and Gail BhuV cler upset, Tongue coated, Bad breath. Bad taste. You have heartburn, gas and dizzy spoils, gas in your bowls, may press upon your bladder, causing backaches. Getting up at nights, pains in your legs, arms, you feel dizzy, nervous, irritable. is'U-AID Contains twenty-two herbs that help to go right to <vorb on the cause. (Miserable people soon feel different, so do not go on suffering. Get NU-AID — Sold at OWENS DRUG STORE, Blytheville Dell. the fine -suspended. Hearing for Willie Blytheville Negro, was continued until Wednesday and Ollie Phillips forfeited a 535.25 cash bond on a charge of driving while under the influence of liquor. Hearing for W. C. Rice and Kent Rice on a charge of robbery was continued until Wednesday. Tney I are charged with the theft of 585" and a watch from Dec McDaniels at Kelly's Place on East Main Saturday night. Use of Decatur House As Museum is Delayed WASHINGTON (AP) -The nation will have to wait a while for its naval museum. Mrs. Triixtiui Beale, who owns Deciitur House, one-time residence of Commodore Stephen Decatur, year leased the coach house to the Naval Historical Foundation lor 50 years at SI n year, ft was to be re- modelled and opened early next year as a museum. But when work got under way It was discovered that the coach house Blytheville Negro, who is charged with the theft of 590 from another Ki,.t)*n,>iii» Mn.,,.^ ,..«„ —..1 1 , — I w'as slightly less .safe than the White > House. It needed steel columns and | beams. The steel strike stalled that, | however, and now no ore when the museum will open. Japanese Government Says Silk Exports Gain TOKYO (API— The Japanese government Foreign Trade Coruoraiion fin:ill3' slammed the door in face. While the squirrel raged up and signed In October, a gain of more than 1,000 bales. | ~ *•!*. .^t|ii,L,tj i.i^vru U [» ntiu Silk men hope ex^iorls will reach] down the porch, Mrs. Wangh tele- 10.0CO bales a month by the end of ' phoned police. Two officers sped to j the year—but that will still be only ! the .scene and shot the beast. I one-fifth the pre-war level. | Mrs. Watigh was treated at the TAXI Call Ask for cither white or rtilorccl driver Eifihl calls :il your service hospital shock. for bites, scratches and Gathings To Speak at Gosncll C<>!!•.:!•!'. m,in E. C. 'To.jkl G;iih- 10]IK. : ;ow morning a! 9 ri'clork in the ti'idiinrinm ol the Gusnell Hit;h Mr .C;.tiling ha.i ininrini'd school "'':'iii!- rii,i: he -,vil! laK; en .stlb- ''•'•:.-, nt mN'U'.a to i-tmlrn^ ami iiii.ii TOP TROPHY—Screen artrcss- Ba rba r.n Brit ton look s over n ti fl'.^-Fool-lnll trophy lo be flwnrd- ed the maker ot America's most brnulifu] roadster at an exposition in OnklTtntl. Calif., MPXI month. The trophy, colled The world's largest, is injured for $5000. Shoe Repair THE FINEST YOU CAN BUY! UBLITYSHOe SHO 121 W. M»'»N ST., WANTED -At Once!- Two Thoroughly Experienced AUTO Body Repairmen Apply to Tom Little, Jr. Blyfheville Motor Co. Broadway & Chickasawha SHEET METAL WORK OF ALL KINDS Custom work toi rjiris. alfalfa mills, oil mills. Custom Shearing tip lo 1/4 inch fhirfiness Frank Simmons Tin Shop 11? Soul it Kriiiidwiiy Phone 2851 > fiend Courier Kews Want Ads [vrail.m-s r>r><W-2f;r,0: few "raid cows i 1700; rominnn anil medium M50. <!5 r in; canncis and cullers 1050- l-HHl. ON! Announcing New Location of Gude Bros. Slaughterhouse C SOUTH HIWAY 61 • Out- new liir>;e plml is local rd on I lie casl side of.South lliway tn n «ii- llic Ulylhcville Tertilizer Plant, lint mil only iln wc have more (rucks and pens (o accomnindale your animals. . .!>ul coin- pare our low prices. Tor hoifs. . .oiilv n lTn | n liound (live wtiglil). Calves'killed for <inly the hide as nor price. \Vc will l.uv your cadlc so call Joe or Orvnl Code al .'ll.'iS. GUDE BROS. SLAUGHTER HOUSE South Highway 61 phono 3458 U LTK A. (mean/rgf the fast word] IwlATIC (•meaning-filly automatic] — there's never been anything like Packard "IMPARTIAL, independent technical observers gave us the -*- idea for the name . . . They reviewed the basic principles of this new Packard niminmic drive . . . heard about the 16-year development and test program behind it. They drove it themselves compared its performance with that of other leading types of drives. Then, out of their own experience, they told us: "The best way to describe this Packard drive is to say it's the last word in nittoDitttlc, no-shift control!" ,.. New simplicity: Naturally, there's no clutch pedal . . . and no gear-shifting. And that's only ihcfrs! hint of the convenience of Packard Ullram.uic Drive! New smoothness, new quietness. IVo jerking or "chinking," because there's no Rcar-shiiiinx an^wbcrt. No "racing cnpine" sensation, because there's no slippage al cruising speeds. New economy: Ultramatic Drive saves gas—because there's no slippage at cruising speeds. And thanks to its advanced design, it requires no complicated maintenance. More responsive: No lag, at traffic speeds or highway speeds, wailing for ge.m to shift. For instant bursts of safety-sprint acceleration—just "tramp down." More positive, more flexible: Your choice of high-range, or low-rangc operation. Kasy shift Irom forward to reverse •tvilhout clashing. Yes, you can rock the car in snowl New safety: No chance of involuntary "down-shifts," which might caus« » prolonged skid on slippery pavement. Smooth, gradual engine braking power, when wanted. The 1950 Packard ASK THE MAN WHO OWNS ONI Motor Sales Co., Inc. 217 West Walnuf Street " BlythevilU

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