The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 2, 1950 · Page 6
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PAGE SB fcLYTHEVILLE (AHK.) COURfER NEWS 150 Births Listed For December Bureau of Vital . Statistics Submits ' Total for County . A total of 150 children were born In Mississippi County during December,- Dan D. Stephens, director of the Bureau of Vital Statistics of the Arkansas Board of Health, said today. The blrthi follow: Allen and Margaret Walton, Bly thevWe, girl. Brcnda Alene; Cecil and Velma Hal, Osccola, elrl, Velina Ethel; John and Verna Goforth, Osceota, boy, Billy Wayne; Lawrence and Alle Wiggington, Kelser, boy, Charles Edgar; Vernie nnd Mary Reed, Keiser, boy, Cecil Milliard; J. W. and Hazel Sims, Ketser, boy, Anthony Clifton; James and :sa- bclle Thomas, Keiser, girl, Barbara Anne; Leonard 'and Edna Norton, BIyiheville, boy, Paul Noble: Rufus and Jennie Jeffries, Osceola, boy, David Stanley; Johnny and Jennie Smith, Keiscr, girl, Zandra Dean- Jose and Can.sau.sion Rnbalcado. TEENY, WEENY BEAR—Goldilocks wouldn't haw been startled by tliis eight-inch bear that weighed to .( one pound flat at the Cincinnati, O., Zoo, The Uny bear getx a .peclal formula because Its affectionate; mother—a 600-pound Syrian bear—crushed three of tier newborn with too enter fondling. Harold Gene; Irven and Patsy Carinlchiel, Dye.'s. boy, Joel Page; Harold and Esley Vannatter. Tyronza, boy, Lamon Esley; Clrllo and Ricarrto Cartmjal, Etowah, boy, Santo.?; Je.5sie and Mary Coats, Kelser, boy, Hal Lee. boy, Gerald Edward; Valenltne and Asenslon Corona, Tyron/n, . girl Pauline; Vcrnon ami uertle Nelson Osceola, boy. Marvin J. T.; Tom find Lorcnc Amos, Kclser, girl, Sandra Lee; bcwcy and Annie Ora- 1 "am, Osceola, girl. Sharon Jo; WII- Lc.slie and Beatrice stewan, Kei- Hum and v'lva Adams, Etownh cirl er, girl, Janice Nell; William and Kathrlne Joyce; Virgil and Nellie Johnnie Ashley, Joiner, boy, Johnny Hertric; Clarence and Mayola Jones, Paragould, boy, Billy Wayne. Johnnie and Virginia Lozano, Dy- „ -llic Gilllam, Wilson, girl, Carolyn Sue Vfrdel and Maudle Wilkcrson' Lenchvlllc, girl, Betty June: Okla and Margarctt Malloy. Manila, boy Kciser, girl, Maria Elena; Charles Truman arid Laura Travis, Wilson, girl, Donna Virginia; Jasper nnrt Emma Allen, Dycss, girl, Benda Sue; ,Charles njid Millie Morgan, West Ridge, boy, Charles Wayne; Ascension and AngcliU Vasqucz, Kciser, boy, Ascension, Jr.; Denver nnd Murry, Lepanto. girl, Sheryl Lynn; I Rrr'a Hernandez. Luxorn, girl. M ar - Elulcrio and'Giladalupc Lcja. Wcs- laiscla; 'Eibic and Dlllic Singes laco, Texas, boy, Guillormo; Santos Leachville. girl, Linda Sue: Edgar and Radical Salina, Bassett, , Mary Uosa; James and Florence Biyan, Keiser, bny, Jimmy Wayne; Qunrfs and Sarah Purnell. Osccola. Minnie Knuckles, Lepanto, boy, J boy, Roger Neal; J. D, and Sarah Larry; Biirton and Pirlean Adams, Hasan. Bassett, girl, Patricia Ann- iWest Ridge, girl, Patricia Ann; — " " ~ " " Roger and Mabel bnvls, Wilson, 'boy, unnamed. A..C. and Louise Hunt, Cicioria, girl, Linda Louise; Harold and no- lene Curtrlght, Etowali, girl, Lavonna Gail; William and Jesse Wast, Osceola. boy, Paul; Eugene and Minnie Hlgglnbotham, Uyess, boy, Jimmie Eugene; William and Juanita Vess, Memphis. Tenn., girl, Olenda Pay; Clnrauee and Martha Anderson, Lepanto, girl, Doris Jcnn; James and Wanda Cox, West Memphis, boy. James Vance; Junior nnd Jewel Tenguc, Dyess, girl, Linda Kay; John and Helen David, Joiner, girl, Brenda Joyce; George and Mary Blaylock, Lepanto, boy, unnamed; Ancil and Martha Rhodes, Lepanto, boy, Ancll Eugene; George and Ruthie Johnson, Wilson, girl, Georgia Ann; Vcrgle and Mattie Boyd, Cabot, girl, Patricia Ann. Albert and Mary Summers. Wilson, girl, Mary Jane; Bud and Mnn- dy Shlnall, Lepanto, girl, Carolyn Kay; James and Flossie Slout. L«- panto, girl. Patsy Loreda; Hollis and Ester Brown, Dycss, girl, Phyllis Louise; Clyce and Sarah Russell, Turrell, boy, Joe Franklin; Alic and Imogens Brimjley., Csceola, boy B. J.; Leamon and Georgia Bnim- ley, Dyess, boy, Leamon, Jr.- J c and 1 Helen Whitakcr, Osceola, boy Qeorge and Mary Bcdwcll. Osccola. boy. Newt Edwin; Charlie and Pauline Snence, Wilson, boy. Charlie EnrI, Jr.; Whit and Anna Mahan, Dyess. girl, Shirley Jean; El:c and Helen Duvnll, Manila, girl, Shirley Irene. Ocfavla and Rosa Salaair. I.e- Feria. Texas, girl, Marie consnclo; Hi-nry and' Betty Warren, Osccola, boy. Phillip Jerome; Robert and Madgie Clifford. Dycss. girl. Pamela kathclccn; Therlo and Vetrlce Bacon, Bassett. boy. Mackie Lewis- William and Elsie Young. Osccola, Bin. Belly Luclll; Columbus and Janle Steele. Tyronza, siri, Peggy Ann; Monroe nnd Drnclc Nillick Osccola. boy. linger Dale; Genrrje' and Ri,by Morgan. Elowah, boy Phillip Rend: Virgil ami Frances Horton. Elowah, boy, vireil Thomas. Jr.: Thomas and Lilly Beasley. Osccola, i.irl. Mary Jane; John and Mary Covintflon, Lepanto, boy Billy Allen. Clay and Mildred Cooper. Keiser. plrl. Linda Sue; Vanvcr and Mildred Dollar. Lepanto. girl. Cnvrle Jran; Jim and Irene Morris, Joiner boy. Richard Phillip; Thnmous anrt Mary Weathers, Osceola. girl, Juily Carol; Clcbnrn and Dorolhy Raper Dell, boy, William Randall; Wiley and Ella Davlson. Joiner, girl, Barbara -Loy; George and Margaret Colernan. Dyess. boy. Carol Ray; Melvin and Dora Pickle, Osceola, and Vonnle Murphy. Manila, boy Gary Micko; Luther and Goldie Parks. Manila, girl. Carolyn Maxine; Raymond and Mary Hcndon Osceola, girl. Sally Mnrgnrcllc. Thomas anil Maggie Herrington Wilson, boy, Jerry Wayne; Claud and Rosie Jones. Manila, girl Brcn- da Joyce; Calvin and Dorris Lcri- betler, Vicloria. girl, Linda Pave- Claud and Josephine Henley. Roseland, boy. Jimmy Wayne; Jose and OHva Tlgirlna. Mercedes. Tcxns girl, Roroana; wll!ie atitl Lcola EUlddlcston, Manila, girl, Ruby Mae. Willard and Eslelle Priddy. Reiser, girl, Shirley Jean; Glenn and Cora Sisco, Osceola. girl, Carolyn Payc; Billy and Wilma Jackson. Manila, boy, Cary Wayne; Juan and Mnlildc Torres, Kciser. girl, Maria; Bobby anrt Dora Rcyna. Bhdsong. boy, Ed; Alfred and Prances DeLeon, Manila, boy, Jose Moilo Murry and Moris Walls, Vicloria FAKMH1 IMSUtANCI MOW PUUI ts MSIHUNCI CICMAMM t TK>CT MS. ITCH S*¥t willi 5«/rty »"i(A/»i Sncrifcinf Plottctin . DISTRICT W. L. "HILL" WALKER District Agent 200 Ijaaci Bid*., Phone 3«0fl Krs. Phone 2113 Kiwanians Vote To Recognize Top FFA Boy The Board of Directors of the BlyDievtlle Kiwanls Club has voted to present >. medal to the outstanding Pulure Farmer of America student oJ Dlylhevllle High School each year, It was announced nt the weekly meeting of the club In Hotel Ncblt yesterday. The KIwanis medal will be prc- "'Kcd lo on.; FFA student In each graduating class of the school by the club on the basis of achievement and class work. The student to receive the medal will be selected by the Blylhevllle High School faculty. II was also announced at yesterday's meeting that the club will hold Us animal pancake breakfast Feb. 24 with Dick Watson, Boh Logan and J. L. Nabcrs as members of (he committee to work out plans for the affair. Club president Tom A. Little. Jr., and Bob Barnes were elected by the membership as delegates to the Kiwanla International Convention In Miami, Fla., May 7-11 with Hermon Carlton and J. L. Nabers as alternate delegates. Members of the niythei'llle High School basketball te.im nnd tlicii coach. James Fisher, were special Eiicsts at yesterday's meeting. Coach Fisher Introduced the 10 members of hi* squad and gave a brief resume of the team's season record Dick Mackie of New York wiv: also a guest at yesterday's meeting D. O. Black was inducted as a ner member. The avcraije American hog renders 3U founds of lard. boy, Elbert Murj-y; shrllcy and Oma Copeland, Monette, boy Ricky Gene; James and Ethel' Richey Manila, hoy, Bobby Dean; Walter and opal Harrcll, Etowah, boy James Richard; Houston and Kosie Meherg, Osceola, boy, Jessie Ray James and torene Fleeman, Para-' gould, girl, Brcnda Kay. Elvis and Ela Ridge, Leachville boy, Rickey Dyrl; Manuel and Elva Moreno, Oiceola, girl. Miner™: James and Georgia Lee, Manila girl, Nellie Mae; Roy and Novclle Ci-abb, Osecola. girl, unnnmcd; Robert and Opal Hall, Leachville, girl. Gcnda Lou: E. H. and Prankic Butter, Manila, girl, Beverly Ann. Concrete Culvert Tile Sizes up to 36 In. Corrugated Metal Culverts Sizes up lo 81 in. Automatic FlnoH Gates Concrete Septic Tanks Mclal Sepfic Tanks Sewer Tile B«: Trices We Deliver A. H.WEBB HJghnra:* 61 al State Mne Phone 714 $150 PRIZES! Will Be Given Absolutely Free in "Name the Store" CONTEST Here are the details. The new store was formerly called "Central' Auto & Home Supply" but now it has been completely remodeled and slocked with many, many wonderful lines of high Quality, nationally-advertised merchandise. So we need a new name that will sl ,gg cst this new kind of store. 1ST, PRIZE Wm, Rogers & Son Silverware, t. set or SO pieces . ' complete service for 8. Guaranteed Jor life. See it at the it ore. >\ 2ND. PRIZE A beautiful 52-jilccc set of China . . . complete sei for 8. A truly wonderful, useful prize. On display at the store. 3RD. PRIZE A complete" set of kltclien knives ... 10 hollow-ground, wood handle Sinivcs made ol the finest melal. Sec them nt the store. 4TH. PRIZE Eight pieces of the highest quality aluminum cooking mentis . . . the most popular pieces of kltchenw'iirc. On display at the store. Its so easy for yon to win! You'll find it helpful to look around the store and see the surprising new lines of merchandise, for the name you choose must suggest their high quality and wide variety. Get a blank from the clerk, vmie down the name, and drop it in the lock box-. The four best suggestions will win the four prizes described here....see them on display at the store. All entries must be submitted by Friday, February 10th • . . one entry per person. All names submtitcd become the property of the store-decisions of the judges will be final-cvcryone i s eligible except employees of the store. • CONTEST ENDS FEB. 10th • Get Your Free Entry Blank Today At The New Store -419 WEST MAIN- THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1950 Phone 591 FEBRUARY HOME FURNISHINGS REGULARLY 139.95 MODERN 3-PC. SUITE Use Wardi Convenient Termi! Here's modern design in its most popular'form-tne beauty of ileelc, uncluttered.lines plus richly grained Walnut veneer,! Bed, chesf and vanity . : . constructed to Wards trac»HionalJy high standards. Easy- sliding side-guided drawers with dustproofing panel-metal pulls. FEATURES OF MORE EXPENSIVE SETS I • Modern styling! • Rich Walnut veneert • Dust-proofed, side- guided drawersf • Matched piece* available. Reg. 18.95 NiteStand now 16.88 10.95 Vanity Bench 9.88 A REG. 6.25 STYLETONE BROADIOOM Compare at $6.95. Slyletone Is a bet- J~ tor quality oxminsler weave, all-woo! J pile, 5,796 tufts per sq. ff. Colorful " English florals, two-lone pallernsl „„„,,, yatd j- r iy : 27- wW . 3-PC. JACQUARD FRIEZE SUITE Modern two-cushion, attached pillow-back styling — tailored In smart new French Knot Jacquard FrlezeJ Full coil spring construction. 13988 12.95 AIR CADET! 3 COLORS Gel one for every room o! this extra- tow pricel Exlra compact yet has fine clear tone. Easy-lo-tuno slide rule dial. AC or DC. 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