The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 20, 1949 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 20, 1949
Page 7
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LJ^S^'^DECEMBER 20, 1<MO Jaycees' Scout Troop Chartered Members Discuss Plans for Party For Needy Children Blylhevillc.'s newest is,,,- Sroilt ironp came into () tf inal i H , in ,, | ast nis hi at a ineetinn ,,f die Jiniioi Chamhr., or Commerce at the Jay- <ee clubnoiK-e on North Second o R !","-" rd h - v " 1(> Jayrees. n<» < i roop -22 received its chartei Horn Worth Holder, commissionei or lhe North Mississippi Counts Olstnct of (1,0 astern Arkansas Area Council or the Hoy Scouts of . Aineiiin. fc The diartcr was accepted by Roland fllsliop, as president of the sixin.soririK organization. He in turn Presented it 1 0 j am( , s oardncr, chairman of the Jaycces' Hoy Scout Ott'eil Harris Is tlic STOIltlll.-titei for the new Troop and Lloyd Wise chnirman or the Jayccc Youth Welfare Committee, is institutional representative.' Commissions also xvere presented to troop conimittectncn William A Carter, Charles R. Moore. Tom fa.vlor and Marslial! Hlackard. Preceding the busincs ssession. Bill Godwin, forme:" Blytheville High School jyiuch ni^d now line coach al University of Idaho, spoke lo lhe Jayrees on Pacific Coast Conference 'ootball. Discussed durint: the business meeting were the Christmas Parly 'or Underprivileged children, to he held at tile clubhouse at in am. Saturday, and Jaycce Week, which wilt be observed Jan. 1-1-21. William H. Wyatt xvas named chairman or Jaycce Week activities. BLYTMEVILLE COUKIEU NEWS PAGE SEVEN Plot of the Ingrid Bergman Story Gets Complicated HOI I.YWOOO. t)re. B>-i'lV_ln_ f-'u! llei^nmn's attorney says he .submitted a properly settlement proposal to lhe actress' hus- d. Dr. i>ete I.lndsliom Mi-s Bergman, now in Italv. *v;mts to riivon'n l")r. l.indsli'oni to marry Hoburlo Kosiclllnl, lUliuii hn director. Her attorney here. OICK Banker. "•»<> yoitmliiy IIP lins snlnnilleil in offer" to Lailreute nrinn. New ^<ik attorney for I)r. I.lndslrom Haul/i- said lie didn't expect, an »i «'<•]• lor a day or two. He declined to cllscnw the settle- nient terms, who would net the duoree nr who would have custody (| f the IJnd.-iliom's riati&titer. I'ia )• ' »r. Uiidslrom has infused lo commmi on tlic SUoinlioli Isle ro- in nice between Ills wife and Hos- illinl. Fileiuls said he would not consent to a divorce. However, tlierc were Indications he may liave cliim|>rd Ills mind l> of recent reixirls of the acl- K i' pieiiiiancy, which she has nol confirmed or denied. Christmas 1954! Winter Touches Missouri Valley With Icy liy The Associated Press Wintry weather spread an icy linscr over the central Hooky Mountain states and headed Into jVthe upper Missouri Valley today. . fP The eastern southeastern parts of the country had cnmpartively mild temperatures The mercury' dropped to sub-zero levels throughout most o'r Montana and parts of North Dakota and Wyoming today. Tn Montana, it dipped to 20 below zero at Havre; 19 below at Lewiston and 18 at Ouster, williston, N. D.. reported a low of -10 and -5 at Lander. Wyo. Snow fell throughout most of the cold belt and strong winds piled drifts on niany ronds. Ice-blazed highways and streets in many areas slowed travel. Salt Lake City reported 35 accl- denls. many resulting from icy itrects, over a 24-hour period. Heavy snowfall was reported in northern Utah. School buses in some sections were blocked by drifts. The storm moved slowly northeastward to the, 'ujiper .Missouri Valley and Mississippi Valley hut temperatures were expected to moderate. Colder air also has moved into the north Pacific states and . there was light snow in the extreme ,Ai0iorlheni Rocky Mountain states. .£-" The Weather Bureau reported considerable fog early today over most of the southeastern part of the country. The fog halted or reduced air travel and cut highway • travel over most of the men from the Carolinas to Mississippi. Drizxlc was reported over parts of Wisconsin and Minnesota but temperatures In those areas and other parts of the north central states were above normal. 'v-F e*3i^ —Courier Nc\vs I'hotos Ni:\V K[t(i(ii-u STOIli; OPKNS—111 the photograph al the right. .Mayor Doyle Henderson i second from riglu) is shown clipping lhe rib- Iron Hint officially opened the new Krcgi-r Store. 2H North First Stim at 9 a.m. today, others deft to risliU lakhi™ part in the ceremony are Hardy Aston, store manaet'i-; G. E. KCIR of Memphis, branch manaju and Chief of Police John Foster, in lhe pholograph above are mcmbci of the store's pcr.somiel. and Kroger executives, from Memphis. From leu to right they arc; N. J. Rowland of Memphis, general district manager; G. E. Berg of Memphis, branch manager; Mrs. Mary Blaklcy, formerly of Memphis; Mrs. Prances Boyles. Mrs. T.ucille Burns. James Lynch. Melvm Marrov.', Ilalph Bogiier, Carroll Glisj-on, Charles Stephens, Chailcs \ Booker, harry Lutz, Wlllard Hess. Dec Hill, Harold Jamiw. W. IJ. Me- \ Mllllfn. malinger of the meat depaltmem; James Glenn. Marvin 11*11 f\ Carl Wyatt. Dcwcy E. Jones. W. C. I,on e , Bobby, Hardy Aslon store manager; and Hush McCann of Memphis, district raniingcr. Some 30 early shoppi-a were on era, tico air-coiiditioiiing units i mc hand to make purchases in the new been installed Ki'oser store after the doors had All of the store personal wo, B been formally opened by Mayor bright red cmnutions on their uni- itereri loiins for today's few •! OlKllillg. Henderson. The customers ci the big butt brick store a seconds after the ribbon across the i door was cut. A tola! of in employes were on hand this morning, pultins finish- iiiB touches on the fully-stocked shelves and ready to assist the first customers. W. B. McMullin is manager of the meat department. In addition to its 7.21)0 square feet - .. - of floor space, the new Kroger ! Blythcville. yesterday was elected store is adjoined by a customer's p, csident oi the Negro Iiucrdenom- , T liarhmg lot nearly 12,000 <m.mre ' . . LI.KH.IIOIII i cr Temple, vice prcsitlen!.; Re^ J. • — ^^;-^, i s JK^S ^r *- Elect ASSionce Officers for 1950 Rev. Ij. D. Davenport, pastor oi the True Light Baptist Church in The wide-aisled store has been arranged in self-service fashion and four checking stands have been installed to speed customer traffic. Meat and dairy products refrigeration counters run the width of the rear of the siore. .....^..^..nj impost, otuircn, sccre- C.M.E. Church. He will succeed Rev.! tary; Dr. J. H. Galhing.s pastor ol J. S. McFaddeti who ha.s been tnuis- Huptisl bor, DarliiimcntariiUi; Connor, chnplaitj. Itcv. Ono of the earl-.est magii/luc articles describing "hnw to build" One Show That Won't Ever Hit tlic Road I.OS ANCiKI.KS. lire .20 —f/ri—An ill woman prisoner revue, thf, first ur Ix.s Anseles counly jail history. schciluled (or Friday niKht. The jiiilbonsc jollities will feature Chii.slmas iaj'ols. a panlonnm 1 written by an inmate, and assorted song and dance nets. Sheriff Kiixenc., hud a pi i view yesterday and pronounced n a fine :;|,ow. Good." said one r»f the girls, how about our taking it on the Neon t:iues comprised the ii K hi source uf television receivers in the i lily cxprrinienlnl davs. Five .vears lu'iu-p anil it is only (he hcsiiuniiR for n 191!) (Vciiorai ICIedru: l,crd K cM'alt.i'. Give l| le Hill will) a real I'ntun. of plcjisnro, am. c-niciu-e UIK! liii|i|iy, (iopi'iitlalile rirrn K c>rjition. . .A (UlaN- KUA1, ICMCCTRIC !lKI''HlfiKRATOR! 1IUBBARD & HOKE Appliance Company ."*•- \'.-t irj\Ks*;. it MONEY DOWN! Delivers this New vg FILM COSTS I Ideal FINE GRAIH • PANCHROMATIC >IZES 127 • 120 . 62(3 116 • 616 OTHER Ideal BUYS and COLOR • 35MM CARTRIDGES • 8 or 1GMM MOVIE FILM • 8 or 16HM MAGAZINES ALL FILM GUARANTEED WOODS Store 221 \Ve.s( .Main Phone .">07 o io siorc. dm ui-U'iO include: Dr. B H. CIMW In artdnlon to the K;<S Iieat blow- lord, who is tlie neiv pastor nt Car- . . . ferred to St. Marv's C.M.E Church j rll,, ,-/.i, . " "~7V ' , , - •""" " "' """" " i,, Wynne ' Chuith, ticasurcr; Dr. J. E HiiBhe.s, [ television receiver bears the date ol Other alliance officers lo serve |limor ° f Enoch Chapel, dean of i July. 1323. thcolo s y; Dr Thomas E Brown, new pa.s'.or at the Heihel A..M.E. Church, Iinbhc 1-clation.s dlrcctnr; Hrrv. Hnr- alliance officers to sc-rve diuui-'lHiO include: Dr. B. H. Craw- l Couiici News Waul Ads Big Allowance Given When You Buy Gifts for Christmas JEWELER Main and Second iwauoss riort»i Special! Christmas Sv/eefs Asstd. Hard and Filled Candies. 1 Ib. jar 49c . . . 3 Ib. jar 1.29 2!/z Ib. Box Holiday Chocolates 1 l-b. Box Chocolate Miniatures Deluxe 3 Ib. Fruit Cake 2.49 69c 2.49 Special! Gifts for Her 39.50 0.95 Sunbeam Mixmasfer Blue Willow Dinncrware, 35 pc. 3-VVay Portable Radio, leatherette case 22 95 7-Pc. Aluminum Set 4 97 Portable Ironer 39 95 Special! Gifts for Children Packet Watches by Ingraham 1 59 Wrist Watches, feather strap . . . . . 3.29 Sub-Machine Guns 2 98 Jim Brown Racer Bikes, 20", 24", 26" 36 95 Speedy Scooters, 7" wheel ...'.,.. ^39 Special Gifts for Home Jim Brown Standard Washer, 5 yrs. guarantee ' 69 95 Electric Heaters, Walnut or ivory 1 1 95 Rog. 39.95 Vacuum Cleaner, upright, limited quantity 19 88 Open Till 9 p.m. Weds, Thurs., Fri. Use Our Convenient Credit Plan I S?. G. E. "Quick Clean" WASHING MACHINE Af a Bargain Basement Price! Easy Terms-as Low as 1.25 Weekly Jam-Packed With All the Exclusive Features of GE. Acliv.'ilor Arlimi — A Iriplp- WiishiriK ;n:lion thai, clonus flrjilir.'.s s,|.;irkliny \viiilo, gontly, tli')i'oiij.;l)ly I Adjiislalilr \Vrinner — Somilmt- lonn ixills lh:it S{|iioc'/.c oiil \viilpr. yet arc easy on buttons, lir)nks and eves! Not Exactly As Pictured ['ermadrivc Alcclianisin —- Duly four moving parts! Dependable, long-la sting, never needs oiling! .Mode) A\\ III 2, Fanip ,-IF above ex- eept with quick-enipl\ ing ONE YEAR'S SUPPLY OF DUZ | 30 Boxes — Normal Year's Supply ^ $ . & '£ & £ R i« ^ Phone 2492 H # GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE 410 W. Main

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