The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 9, 1949 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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WT5DWESDAT, MARCH 9, 1949 BLTTHETTUJ! (ARK.)' COURIER NEWR lome EC Group :lects Officers Leachville Girl Heads Mississippi County School Group pegey Vance of I-eachvllle was lected president o( the Mississippi ounty Future Homemakers of fmericR at H federation meeting in fixoia yrslcrday, when «2 mrm- rrs of the Mississippi Cluh inH tr an all-day semi-nimiial meelinfi. I Miss Vance succeeds Robci-tn Iradbhaw of Shnwnce School at lilner. ITIIC formal Installation of officers lUowed a style show, sponsored by lie Dyess Club, and featuring mein- r-rs from each of the 11 chapters show Included. | "" Mother of Nine Dies of Bullet Wound in Head Funeral services will be conducted at 10 n.m. tomorrow at the Citizens Funeral Home in West Memphis for Mrs. Wcldon StrlckliimU-l. of Witten who died ycs'.eniiiy aftt'r- noon of gunshot wounds said to have teen .self-inflicted. Her husbund salci that she hart Ijecn cxlieiiiely nervous and left n note liullcatliiK Unit she pliinni'd u lake her own life. She. Is survived | by her huMKtnrt, five rt.uiyiitcf.s and four sons. Snme of the. children heard the report of a eim as they nearcd the house on their return from school vestevday and found their mother with a bullet wound in her head. A small caliber rifle was near the Obituaries Clarence Johnson Rites Arranged tor Tomorrow Services lor Clnroncc Johnson, 5-t-year old larm worker whose body was found at Ihe edse of Ihc road on Musijnive H:"' yesterday, will lie conducted vU 10 a.m. tomorrow, at Hie. Holt Funeral Cliapel by Ilia Ret, C. C. Smith. Mis l»(ly was found early yesterday, mid n|>piircnlly hud been dead or 10 hours. Klrsl i'i'ix>rl.s save tin; man's name us Charle.s Jiilin- .sim. lie is said lo have, died from MI! locution mid a heart alackl. lie wus found with his lace in Hie mud and lying In a |xx>l of water. Coron- I er E. M. liolt and Deputy Sheriff Arkansas DAR HOUSE To Convene Here Friday The presented. , ,,„. „„ ortelinR of (ormals, suits, wnsli and ] f . cnl ,., c j rternoon dresses, and all types of ! ^,,,,^1, „, mining made by Ihe girls. ' Three Vice Presidents Named Other officers installed ineuldcd: lirley Ann Cross of West ,t vice-president; Jennie ith of Slmwnec, second vice- •sident; Bonnie Poe of Luxora, vice-president; Delores Mos- I jy of Dell, secretary; Dorothy "ilinson of Dyess. reporter; Ophc- Salano of Wilson, historian; sie Fay Killian of Manila, trcus- er; Joanne Tedlock of Biytheville. recant at arms: Jcaneite Wood- d of Kciser, song lender, and ary Frances Oant of Keiser. anisl. These officers replaced the folding: Sue Tyler of Wilson, first .e-presldent: Fruncille Mnloch of ' Addition toniuht tr iCeol:!. second vice-prepidcnt; Sara e Hartley of Lciu-hville. third o-president: Elln Mae Dixtm uf •11. secretary; Pcsgy Joyce LrUiR- ' of Kciser, historian; Mary Ellen pton of Manila, treasurer; Mnr- a Nell Head of Luxora, song lead- Christine Johnson of Luxora, anist. and Lavada Nichols of Dy- BtrlcUands moved to Ihe uy nlantatinn near •lily recently. They formerly lived near Marlon on another farm owned by Mr. l^ooucy Tile i'- 1n .t".a! services will be conducted by Ihe Rev. O. C. Hicks and Lynn I the Rev. Norman l.cnrch of Marion, i Albert and Ilarland Johnson, both Burial \vlll be in the mount Ver- (ll UH Anceles, Calif, noil Cemetery neur Fulton, Miss. u m j ; ,i vvlll be In Memorial Park Mrs. Strickland was R native Kirkvillc, Miss. "Americanism" Is [he conference tliemc to be used for Ihc anual Stale Conference of the Arkansas Society, Dannhters of the American Revolution, lo be held In Biytheville Friday and Saturday, with representatives of all tin 38 chapleri expected to &ltend. Mrs. Frank A. Oerlg of Ark»del- phia, Arkansas state regent, Miss Marie Lloyd of Little Rock, vice- president uonci'Hl and Mrs. Dormld II, Adams of New Rochelle. N. Y. national president of the Children of the American Revolution wll be Bucsts of honor al several events. Hcelslralton of delegates for the Continued From Page 1. oiled up mul then withdrawn. !.fjl.ilntlv« action was completed on a bill to validate all special bond elections by school districts John Fiv.ter, who !nve.,tti!ated tlri 4 i 5l ,, mm i conference will death. .ssu| that his death was due i j. Y irt a y morning at the Noble Hotel, "" to natural causes. Mr. Johnson ,a corrxtfnl Imanlry in World War I. was born a, Cam'dpi), Tenn., but Intel liicd in Mi-^iiASipul County for (he pa.st ID .alter which the group will assemble m lllc ' at the First Presbyterian Church at S'.W «. m. Tills session will Include greetings from the City of of Roliison Addition Residents to Seek Better Sewaae , Survivors include three brother.;. Carl Johnson of nlythe.vllle au.l Ceincicry. ; HiyUicvilie by J. L. Ounn, president of the chamber of Commerce; United daughters of the Confederacy, by Mrs. John P. Weinmann. president slnco last November. Tlie Supremo Court Monday held that aueh election!! were Invalid unilcr Amendment No. 40. The House also completed legls- Idtlve tctlon on bills to change Ihc removal tux on limber from * lumber scale to a IOB scale, authorize cities to create commissions for off- street iiarkhiK facilities, iiulhinlv.c mlllttry leave for state employes und setup measurement standard.' for oil Mid BUS Oknys 61 t^ni) Kills The House has about cleaned mil the barrel on budget bills. The House yesterday approved measures, many of which appro- printed funds for operating various phases of the state government. Some of the. items which scooted through the House without discussion were bills; Authorizing a stale medical cen ter and appropriating $(>.'JOO,Ot)0 fit construction and operation of th 1 Osceo/o Men's Brother Succumbs in Memphis Last rites for John W. Owiiltney. brother of l)av c Owaltney of O.s- ceola. Mere conducted this a!icr- ncprescntHtives or the Blythevillo ! noon at the National Funeral Home Memphis by the Hcv. D. M. Real Estate Board will meet with | iroperty owners in the ttollison j discuss possible .solutions to sf'\\'iu;e disposal ])rob- . lems there. V. B. Jnynrr, president | of the board, .said tociay. This action stemmed from the Real Estate Board's discussion at their dinner meeting at the Hotel Noble last night. According to Mr, Joyner, the group plans to contact city oifi- Kcncrnl, Arkansas Society, Sons of the American Revolution; Slato Society, children of the American Revolution, by Mrs. John W. Etl- rliiKton, president, Distinguished nucsts will also be presented and reports made. Chapters to be represented are from Arkadclphla, Batesvllle, Bly- thcvlllc, El Dorado. Fayettevllle. Foil Smith, Hamburg, Hope. Hot Springs, Pine Blnlf (two chapters', Prescotl, Proctor, Texarkana, Van nrnen. Helena, Jonesboro, Luke rd not to takt up Oortrnor Ke- MAth'i full proposed (leotlon code lit yesterday completed lfgltUUv« nctlon on five bills revising Arkau- as' election laws. Kudu Fto\f Poll Tax B»l"( The bills, which now so to th« ;oveinor, would, tlimlnat* unop- uised primary c«mlldat«» from the jallol, prevent persons fix>m pay- I>K |H)II taxes for olhers excepl nmmberi of their lmmedl»U family, provide penalties for both election officials and voUri pullolpat- In frnudulent election practlcei, regulate absentee balloU and au- thmlre use of voting maohluei, A sixth election measure was pussed this morning. H elemlnates Inpllcale ballots »nd provides for msltlvc voting. That l», voters will nnrk the eandlttalc for whom they vlsh lo vote rather than scratch 'ill the cKiidldnle they don't want. House administration leaders >ald Hie separate bill) were Introduced rather than attempt to pass the entire election code tills lal« In the session. Supcrmor Addrttitt Club at Ntgro School Men*. Wylte, aiipervlsor of Ml«- tlsslppl County Negro sehooli, was •pexker >t the Social Hyglen* Club's meeting it Hinl&oa High School yeilcrdiy. Till, In the third In i seriet of gue.st spcukerfl lo nddj'e&s the- 200- member club. The eupe: visor dls- ouued rtnUlitry at th* meeting. Livestock NOW project; Setting up $i, 500.001) annually for refunding part of the stale tax on gasoline used by farmers in agriculture work, ami, Appropriating funds for conMrur.- lion of Welfare Department, Employment Security Division and Game Mid Fish Commission buildings. The House apparently has decid- NATIONALi 8TOOKYARDB, Til., March ». m—(U8DA)—Hogi 9,000; innrket active; weights 180 lb« up 'tt to 50 higher lhan 'IMesday's average; mostly 25 cents up; light er weights mid lows steady to 35 higher; bulk good and choice 180220 Ibs 11.60-16; two short loads 21.00; extreme top U'J.oo for hall loud; 230-270 lt» '20.00-'JU5; few up lo 'J1.50 ^70-310 Ibs 10.50-20.29 140-170 Ibi ao-JJ-Jl.-JS; few 2150 100-130 Ibs 16.29-10.50; M>w< 400 Ibs down n.BO-18.15; over iOO lb« 15.90-17.00; stags l'J.00-14.50. Onlile 3,000; cnlvcs 800; open Ing trnde showing tendency to Itg on steers, nllhough fow anleB up Mr. Ownllney dird ilir Oakvtllp Sanatorium in Shelby Cntiiitv, 'renn., nfler a five-yci' i Vlllasc. Little Rock, (four chapters'! Monday nt'Malvcrn, Marlanna, Mena ant MoT\ticello. js, corresponding secretary. A Bur- j c i a | s a fter meeting with the prop- |>tte representative was sergeant nt is last year. Delejate (n Camp Selected (The Future Homemakers ycster- py named Jcannette Bowen of Osola as delegate lo Ihe state camp dch will meet .this summer crty owners. Two other areas in town have held similar meetings, which resulted in action to seek better disposal conditions. Other discussion at the. meeting last night copcer-ncri three current ne\v building projects In Blythe- Camp Couchdale near Hot j villc Brings, and she will be this coun- 's nomination for state president, j ••-•> .... -•• •-- ^...^^. Skits were presented by the vari- the David Realty Company, s chapters yesterday and includ- Bill Godwin was Inducted as a new member. He is a salesman for and another brother, A. A. Gwall- nei' of Kcnnelt, Mo, George Edward Nelson, Evadale Resident, Dies the following; Shawnee and hachville, Good Home and Family Ife; Wilson, International Oood- |11; Osceola, Furthering Interest Homemaklng, and Biytheville. Iholesome Recreation . iThe pageant, presented by the ell, Manila. Luxora, Ketser and ylson chapters, was entitled. Euro*n Neighbors. 'Ilie. pageant was Icompanled by a slide made in •ermany by a pme economic. 1 ; Kin<j Leaves $6 Million LONDON, March 9. </Pi—Former Kill!^ Victoi' Emmanuel of Italy, \vlio died in Cairo in 1947. left an estate in England valued at 1.532.287 pounds ($6,129,148), court records disclosed today. »e.«.s. j \ u . nn( | j|,. Sp Hush McNabb were Mr. Owaltney Is survived by a; ran ,j lK . l0( | n,ii afternoon nt Basson, Dan Gwaltney of Memphis.; st , u ccnlc t c ry by the Rev. A. F. Mimcy. pastor of the Wilson Baptist church. The child died al home yesterday. She had been a "blue" baby «nd hatl not been well since birth. The parents, a sister, Ernest WILSON, Ark.. March 9—Funeral I Jeanne McNabb; a brother, Larry services were conducted In West I Hugli McNabb; and two grand- Memphis this mornine for George. | mother, Mrs. Zora McNabb and Edward Nelson. 04. who died yes- i Mrs. Mlnter Moorman, both of Wil- tetclas' afternoon in Ills home :U! son, survive. Evadrile following a heart attack.! The Swift Funeral Home of Os- Dmial was In Sigler Cemetery near I ccola is In charge of arrangements. Memphis in charge of the Citizens ' Funeral Home of West Memphis. j The services were conducted by the Rev. A. F. Muncy. pastor of the ; Baptist Church in Wilson. Mr. Nelson Is survived by a son. Edward ', Nelson of Memphis. Mr. Nelson liv- , ed in Wilson for several years and later at Crwafordsville. Recently he returned to Mississippi County and had been making his home al Evadale, near here. I script for the pageant. Schools represented yesterday Include: Biytheville. Brndette. Lux- former Arkansas ora, Leachviiie. Dyess. Dell. Shaw- teacher now nee.' Wilson; --Reiser, Manila, West Germany. Sha also wrote the I Ririge, and Osceola. Wilson Child, 'Blue Baby', Dies; Burial at Bassett Graveside 'rites for Shirley Fay j ' McNabb, five-year old daughter of '. BABY CHICKS Healthy, Sturdy • Buy the Best • Master Mix Feed None Finer Lewis Poultry •ll!l En,st Main I'hotie 3317 BIO VALUE! NEW MODEL HH 2~ TON TRUCK TAXES EXTRA Model HH 128" Wheelbase You are invited to inspect . . . and compare . . . this remarkable 2-Lon truck value. It's priced with the lowest! But... it's built to give you MOKE [or your money. Just read these features and facts: 1. 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