The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 19, 1950 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVI1XE (ARK.) COURIER NKWS THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1950 Soviets Submit Glowing Report Achievements in 1949 . Above Pre-war Level Statisticians Say MOSCOW, Jan. 10. l!Fi— Russia's Industrial production level last year exceeded goals set for 1950 and personal incomes rose sharply, an official announcement said today. In an economic report on 3919 achievements, the chief of the statistical administration announced that industrial production was live per cent over the rate expected for 1950. The report Mid that during the the last quarter of 1!>!9 Soviet industry produced 53 per cent more than the average output in prewar 1540. No nctual production figures were ?lvcn. The general Increase over 1948 was ,20 per cent. Soviet workers earned 12 per cent, more in 1949 than (hey did in 194H and peasants earned H per cent more. These figures boosted income by 24 per cent for workers and !!0 per cent for pfflsnnUs over the 1940 level, the report said. The main industrial items to show an increase over the IfloO goals were coal, rolled ?teel and oil. The reports said asricultura) production also topped the 1940 level and "practically reached the amounts set by the fivc-yenr plan for 1950." Russia's grain harvest, (apparently including all types of grains), totalled ,600.000,000 poods (4.673.700.000 bushels). " The communique said agriculture received 150.000 tractors, 23.000 combines, 64,000 trucks and more than 1,600,000 other farm machines In 1949. Mrs. mhlc Pylund, ' H'SCS Fresfiitf Program The Epiphany Service was the program topic of the meeting of the Wilson Women's Society ol Christian Service which met Monday afternoon at the home ol Mrs James Elslander. Eighteen members were present. Mrs. H. Lynn Wade gave the devotional. Mrs. M. E- Millington tilkcd on The Three Gifts, "Adoration, Concentration and Realization"; followed by the reading of the poem "The Empty Soul". Following the ousinpfs session, presided over by Mrs. Bentley Rhodes, president, refreshments were served by the hostess. Methodists Han Revival The Rev. H. Lynn Wade, pastor of the Wilson Methodist Church, E. D. Deal], J. A. Plttman, G. B. hull, Stotts, Frank McDonald and ^ivis Abbott attended a dinner iccting of Methodist Church work- r.s In I^panto Sunday night. At the meeting plans were dis- llsscd for an evangelistic campaign o b:- conducted simultaneously in Methodist Churches of the district 'cbrunry 19 to 24. participating In he revival here will be the Rev. . H. Holt of Alma and the Rev. W. p. Cooley of Rnsscllville. School Supl. Wiillip J. Deer and Soach Roy Stobaugh attended the Disinct Three Athletic A.s.';ocinUor WILSON NEWS By Sirs. B. F. Boyles Wilson IIosl lo nlslrict WSCS "The Christian \Vomaus Resiron sibiHti'" wfts the theme of the District Conference or the Women's Society of Christian Service held at the wikon Methodist Church Wednesday. Proceeding the meeting R musical interlude was presented by Mlises Virginia Ellen Bird and Helen Harncien oIW llson. During the morning session. Miss Florence Stuck ol Jonesboro. gave a talk on "The Christian Woman at Work in Local Church and Community". Mr5. B. B. Lipe of Jonesboro, district secretary of spiritual-life, gave the devotional. Following lunch, prepared aiu served by Ihe local WSCS, the meeting resumed with a talk by Mrs. w. Henry Goodloe of Jonesboro on "Tlie Christian Womar Influencing the Nation and Building the Larger world Community" The devotional, "Xfustard Si-ec People", given by Mrs. Lipe, was followed by group singing. Mrs. William Hickox of Jonesboro, district WSCS president, presided over the business .session. Approximately 15 churches in the district were represented \vith fitty- elght members attending- PTA to Meel Toiliij- The Wilson parent Teachers Association will meet Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the high schoo auditorium. The program theme "Childrei Need To Be Understood" will hi emphasized by a talk by the Hcv L. T. Lawrence, Presbyterian pasto at Oscf.ola. Others appearing on tin program 'x'ill include Mrs. J. K N«ely, leader, Mrs. n. D. Cash and mwtln. In Jonesboro last Wednesday. Mrs. Maurice Lynch and Mrs. Sudle Cecil attended the County T. A. meeting in Dell Friday. Mrs. Maggie Boyles of Dell Is the guest of her son, JJuford Boyles, and family. Misses Mary Kyals and Bonnie Coble, who attend the Methodist Hospital School of Nursing in Memphis, spent Sunday with their fam- lies. They were accompanied home by Misses Patricia utler of Slanton, renn.. Pat Ulerce of Little Rock, Mary Nell Cnsteel of Helena, Mary Frances Young of Hugtws and Betty Jean Smith of Memphis, who also attends the Nursing School. Mr. and Mrs. I- B. Sullivan announce the birth of a son, Jan. 10, at the Baptist Hospital in Memphis. Mrs. W. T. Beall underwent an operation Tuesday at the Methodist Hospital in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Stotts were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. FALSE TEETH That Loosen • Need Not Embarrass MRny wenrets ol lalse teeth h uilerrd real embarrassment becauw heir plate dropped, slipped or wobbled l jusl me wtong time. Do not live n rear ol cms happening to you, Junt — n»cl« R Ullle t'AHTEETH, iliR RlkH inoti-acktil powder, on your plau* toltls taJsc,- :eetu r.iorp (Irmly, so t>ic> ce-3 nio n: roinforlRhJp. Ooc-s riot som c;iiec>:s "plnio Mar" filpntnti- breath) Gel KASTKETH ht. any clmg blore. Trapped Miner's Body Recovered At Bottom of Pit MAHANOY CITY. I'd.. J.lll, 10. »> — TJIC body of K<iward li v .ir<l:\ wns recovered yesterday from Hip. anthracite ">i»c where he was trapped last Friday. Doctors at ihc scene said he apparently had suffocated several days ago. Rescue workers clawing away the debris a handful at a time to prevent another rock fall, reached Edward's body shortly nt Hie bottom of the shall, approximately 120 feel below the surface. Tv/o of BurdiTs brothers, Joseph, Doyle Varner in Memphis. Mrs. George Wilson and MLss Lillian Wilson were Memphis visitors Monday. (0. and Ca.smer, 32, narrowly escaped deal)-, in the same accident. Tiny one-eellcci animals may ill- icst food throughout their entire bodies. Help Control Spasms That Often Cause Monthly Terror Scientific Way to Km Piin, Cnmpt If jour U-rrlli!* nnmtlily cramps anil Thin nr« not organic liNt are due to t[ le titcnu-at ilt*y f* fn nianx * Cardni to i\p (hr** trying rfa> our caff-mlnr. Cor.iul f» n«i a r. lt'« JUM » l*»li.) im'Oiclne tit atkTice which b>-l\>' cuniroj (tie * oft«n Lrinif i> ir«reicij, Caniul ain- mti}- sn;« Vrn lief, and ntirely. Thoti'atuJ* of wum? and Klrl* now tru*i (o CarJul (or marveEou* eotnfoil. Su wonderful. cost* HO tittle. Jn- list on CarduL~at *ll de*l«n. welco u<itk Man Files As Chancellor Candidate LITTLE liOCK, Jan. IS. (/!')—Tom UcGill of Bentonville yesterday 'lied a corrupt practices pledge as a candidate tor chancellor of the 13LU vHlc. District. The district Includes Washington, Benton, Madison, and Carroll Counties. McGlIl Is the second to file. The first was Thomas P. Butt of FayeUe- Expert Service COY GOODSON tan do Ihe job well. . .conlracl work, wiring, appliance repair. BLAN HEATH CO. PHONE 828 The incumbent Is Lee Seamster of Payctteville, who Is serving by appointment and Is not eligible lo seek an elected term. How To Relieve Bronchitis Oeomulslon relle>*i promptly b«caus€ il po« right to the seat of the troubl« co help Joosen and expel germ litlen phlegm and aid nature to soothe *nd h«l r**'. tender, inflamed bronchi il mucoujmembfanei.Tell yourdruggiit to sell you * botile of Creonmisioa' witli the understanding you must Jtk«! ihe way ft quickly allays ihe cougHi or you are (o have your money back. 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