The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 13, 1950 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 13, 1950
Page 5
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JTITDAY, JANUARY 13, 1D50 First Methodist Church Hires Religious Education Director; Workers' Conference Planned The Board of Stewards of the First Methodist church last night approved employment of Miss Sue Osiiicnt ol Jonesboro 'as director ol religious education to succeed Miss Mamie Adams, who resigned several months ago. + __ : Miss O.iinent, a student In Hen- | clrlx College in Conwiiy. will receive [ her bachelor of arts degree in June | and will begin her work here on i July 1, It was announced by 'he I pastor, the Rev. Roy I. Bagley. ( She has been active In work with j Methodist youth for several years and has received special training in this field in college. At last night's board meeting It, also was announced that a train- I ing school for workers in the Sunday Schools of churches in this area ! 'frill begin January 23 with sessions BLYTrTRVTu,B (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS New Liberty News each night through January 27. and that First Church will participate February 10 through February 23 in the Methodist Evangelistic Advance. Evangelistic services will be conducted in the church here by the Rev. Cecil Culver, superintendent of liie Fort Smith District of the church's North Arkansas Conference, anci the Rev. Horace M. Lewis, pastor of the Methodist Church in Forrest City, will direct ten or more teams of lay workers in a series of visits into the homes cf members In Bly- J'rs. Mary Scrapes was hostess to the Birthday club at her home Tuesday for a i o'clock luncheon honoring Mrs. p. B Jarratl. During the afternoon the group presented gifts to .Mrs. Jarratt. I'lans for the Club's activities during tlio new year were discussed. Hew York Judge Refuses To Transfer Anti-Trust Suit to Detroit Court NEW YORK, Jan. 13-U. S. District Judge Sylvester J. Ryan recently denied a motion by the Ford Motor Company. Dearborn Motors Corporation. Henry Ford IF and others to transfer the $251,100.000 .vi it brought by Harry Ferguson and Harry Ferguson, Inc from tin' Southern District of New York to the United states' District' al . Detroit. Michigan. The and prospective Iheville. liislnii'lnrs St'lt'cU-d Instructors in (lie training school i for workers in the Sunday School -. ------ ....... — &""• "•<-will Include Dr. Ira A. Brurnley of ! sqvut , ".f O"Sinally filed by January the ' ' '? *' rt >al ' 8 '" R P ' Umt illM »S e - c '^»'«< conspiracy to destroy the ^,, i mi'" 1 "" 15 '- ^ Ryi>11 » o ' ' nml , " uoln f all > m April, 19«. J "d!:e Ryan held Ihnl Forrt had ; a " cd to sllrw tllat '™«1 of the ac- cue r. ra . rurney o Comvay, executive secretary of the ' Board of Education for the North i Arkansas Conference; Rev. J. A. i Fisher. a Methodist pastor now | serving (he denomination m Ten- ncssec; Dr. Staples of Nashville. bj ' thc . . Tenn., who Ls director of Method- Ism's Department of the Christian " on '" " cw York wolllcl - Hhome. an agency of the General "° u ''i. ""'' oppressive." He pointed Board of Education; MLss Ellabeth '• ?. ',' „ " 1! ' 1l . ""•. c . asp was '>»«'o">al and Workman of Conway, and Mrs. Roy- " , m ' '' ,'° 11 . 1 " 1 '". f°''. c - "»". ,"°. °™ I u.,n| cv i ""urn could satisfy tne coiu'cnicncc ^^^^^^^&^^^ in the Blylheville area are expect- I m ' ^Y^k^vhlch' \^£, ^ the^rV^y'sald 1 " 8 "^ I ^.°' <"< >"»-™ "™-' YOUNG TWO PIFCF.R 18523 111 10-20, Plans were outlined at last night' By Sue-Burneft A tiny scalloped peplum gives a Pen. youthtul air to this dressy two piccer. The fitted top is slightly longer in bach with a bow for trimming, the gored shirt Is adored by every home sewer. Pattern No. 8523 Is a seiv-rite perforated pattern for sixes 10. 12. 14. 16. 18 and 20. ske 12. 4V. yards of 39-inch. I For this pattern, send 25 cents. in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUM- BEI? to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 1. The Fall and Winter FASHION is a dependable guide for your winter wardrobe. Special designs, fabric news, free pattern printed Inside the book. Send 25 cents today. h c 7:30 p.m. next, Wednesday to begin t vice president of Pord Motor Co their work. | on j nlll , ory i 8 The oldest known map in the world was produced about 4,500 years ago. Portageville News I3y Mrs. Haymond Toombs Allfltr-Hobbs Mrs. Lnclla Allglcr of New Madrid became th« bride of Stovall Hobbs of Portagevilte In a quiet ceremony at the CnlliuUc Church in New Madrid Thursday. The bride chose for her wedding a navy blue suit with white accessories and wore a white shoulder corsage. Her sister. Mrs. Tommv Tiptop, wns her attendant. Bryon De Lisle was the groom's attendant. A wedding breakfast .it the Claire Hotq) followed the ceremony after which the couple left for a wedding trip. I'roxress an llrultli Unit At an executive meeting in the home of Mrs. Harvey Carter Monday, it, was decided to call a coimtv- u'idc meeting on Feb. 1 hi the Shannon Theater to discuss further plans for obtaining a county health "nil. P. P. Rector, state official, will be present to give information on organizing the unit. Mrs. Dick Wilson, president, cu- terliUncd members of the Carler Home Economies Club nt Glenn's Steak house wilh a breakfast for other officers. The group decided to sond Ilow- ers to Mrs. Clarence Morgan, wlio is at the bedside of her husband at Kennedy Veterans Hospital i n Memphis. Tile group also sent her a corsage. Well School Knlrrs Coufi'M The High School band and singers will perform In an amateur contest over station KDOA, Kennel! Music director I!dgar Allor pointed out that this group, along with other high schools in the urea, will transcribe numbers wlilch will be broadcast later. The winner Bill be picked solely on the basis of fan malt received from Us respective community. Mr. Allor sain II will be Invaluable U.S. Savings Bonds Sales Total $47,455 For County in December December sales of U.S. Savings Bonds to Mississippi County residents added $47.455 to the Arkansas total of J2.958,327.75, it was disclosed today by the Arkansas office of the Treasury Department's Savings Bond Division. Of the Mississippi County sales the balance In Series G bond's. Sales' S46.355 was In Series B bonds, and in Critlcnden County were second highest In the slate with $123281 of which $99,000 was in Scries p bonds with only $L>3,381 111 Series E bonds. Pulaski Countr sales were highest with a total of $466,437. Arkansas bond sates for the year showed a total of $32,916,795. Zoo's New Arrival Keeps 'Em Guessing MEMPHIS, TCIUI.. Jan. in—I/TVA timid little hippo was keeping attendants guessing a t the zoo here today. The baby—the zoo's newest blessed event—arrived yesterday. But all that's been 5 een ol him (or her) so far Is a small gray back and two pinkish nostrils rippling the hippopotamus pool. Supt. N. j. M elroy said the new arrival will be christened soon as NCC to Plan Return Of Cotton Markets MEMPHIS. Tern,.. Jan. 13-M>i- DeegiUe;, to the 17-statc National Cotton council mcctln-r here Jan JJ-2a may lay plans for rcgaininj; America's prewar foreign cotton markets. * The chairman of the council's Foreign Trade Committee s y West of Memphis, announced vcs- terdny his group will gather 'two days before the general meeiinj; to consider the problem. West said he believed Congress i may cut its appropriations for the I Marshal Plan in the next year i I Ins, he said, would reduce cotton shipments under the ECA and iUs i up to the council to lay new plans to keep cotton moving. PAGE FTVH training j or hi s group to hear Itself oil a broadcast. Mplhoillsl Voulh Krllonshtp The New Madrid County S ub- 'tisirict MYl" meeting was held at Port.-it.cvlllc Methodist Church Monday with the ftov. C. N. Gains ami Miss Dorothy Sutherland in ch»ri:e. Miss Betty JnmlKnn wns in charge of tlic program. On the program "ere Mrs Hownrd Moss, the I?ev A - S. Whitmore. Mrs. Aubrey Wralher, I'atriclii HnwkliLs. William Powers. " was announced that the midwinter Institute Is- to be held In Jackson. Mo.. Feb. 10. llaiitlsl Missionary Soclrly The Baptist Missionary Society met at the church Monday for Its first meeting ol the new year. Mrs, W. A. Tanner, Jr., took over duties as president and Mrs. Mary Phillips led the program topic. Social Notes Mr. and Mrs. \v. c, Thompson were guests lit a party Saturday evening in the home of Mr. and Mis. W. !•'. McDiinlel In Hlytlievlllc Mrs. J. II. Workman and Mrs Jack Hnrrett were guests Tuesday afternoon when Miss Stella De Lisle entertained her bridge club Prizes were won by Mrs. Addle Fields and Mrs. Margaret Do Lisle. Mrs. Buddy King entertained with a barbecue supper for the Victory Club Tuesdny at her home. She had is guests Mrs. Gene Recker, Mrs Beer License Revoked LITTLE ROCK. Jan. 13. ,, Vl _ Revenue Commissioner Dean Morley yesterday revoked the retail beer permit held by Lorene Arnold operator of tlie Chicken Shack West ! Memphis. MorJey said the proprietor failed to appear for a scheduled hearing on proposed revocation last week. She was charged with soiling gambling. ^'^ "* Pern " l ""« musters enough courage to come out of the water. "We don't wnnt to name It nil) and have it turn out to be a Betty," he said. * Sunday and Monday JOHN WAYHE OMNNE DRu-jOHN ACAR BEN IOHNSON • HARRY CAREY, 1R "She Wore Yelloiif Wton V — lltlKlttttiH KM) MtvtCi-flMd IU(|.tllM| Plus Added Aftractic r Paul Combs and Mrs. Byron Di Msle. Prizes went to Mrs. Comol and Mrs. DC Lisle. i, 0 !', rf ; itsd!1 y evening the BaptUI Ilrotlierliood held it, meeting at tin church where members enjoyed i dinner. "•—*-^»^.^_^»^_f_» \i:^ A", -,• .TA 1 Ev ' LLE ' s °N*-v ALL WHITE THTATor LAST DAY •Open 15:30 te»! BiUlING 8;j<,1! ~~ /fit *———— U0MMD fffiffD I U F 11 • • Al.SU « DANA ANDREWS in "DEEP WATERS" ivllli .IKAN I'lSTKKS IN CINECOIORI C '«" > - 'Brick Bradford' -A- NoTl Disnuy Color Cnrlnon RENT A CAR Drive You Simpson Oil Co. Phone 937 GROWING ; \< -•-with the trade territory THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK WAS ORGANIZED AUGUST 10, 1937 OFFICERS E. M. RcgciuiM President A H. Reese Vice President Hi ley n. .Junes Vice. President Jack C. 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December December December December December December December December December December December December December 31, 1937 31, 1938 31, 1939 31,1940 31, 1941 31, 1942 31, 1943 31, 1944 31, 1945 .31, 1946 31, 1947 31, 1948 31, 1949 Capital Stock $100,000.00 100,00000 100,000.00 100,000.00 100,00000 100,000 00 100,000 00 100,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 150,000.00 150,000.00 Surplus \ 20,000.00 20,000.00 30,000.00 40,000.00 50,000.00 60,000.00 70,000.00 80,000.00 90,000.00 100,000.00 100.. 000.00 115,000.00 130,000.00 Deposits $ 331,193.95 719,065.61 1,332,040.22 1,291,746.17 2,364,234.13 3,010,348.32 3,486,075.39 4,851,090.74 4,441,70180 6,883,175.71 6,592,817.31 7,136,630.24 8,641,652.72 We appreciate your business over the past years. . . and welcome the opportunity to continue to serve you in your banking business. ,i FIRST NATIONAL BANK MEMBER: FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM - FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION The Only National Bank In Mississippi County

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