The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 30, 1954 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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COURIER JAOITHRW The Notion's Business Bigger Beef, Pork Supplies Indicate Possible Price Cuts By SAM DAWSON CHICAGO, April 29 (AP) — More beef coming to market than first thought — more pigs on the farms eating their way in the same direction — the next few months look bright for the nation's eaters and family budget keepers. Packers today are revising upwards earlier estimates of the total amount of beef, veal, Iamb and pork that will find its way to the table this year. If they're right, it should mean the tumble of the costly pork chop by fall and. stable prices, at the least, for beef. Lamb, however, still looks like a fairly rare and expensive dish. The rush of cattle to the stockyards in the early months of this year helped the housewife offset in part the rising cost of pork. Packers think that the drought-ravaged range lands of the Southwest may send a large number of cattle to market again this fall, unless rains are above normal. Pork marketings have been short so far hj£ year, bu he re- suling high price led farmers o increase spring pig producion by almost 10 per cent over a year ago. By fall these porkers should start a steady march to market. If that eases prices, as expected, many farmers may market their pigs early. Farmers' intentions of farrowing a larger crop of fall pigs for next spring's pork market are foreshadowed in reports that many in the corn-hog belt of the Midwest will ignore the corn acreage allowances this spring and plant as much as they please. That indicates a program of raising feed for their own hogs rather than planting with an eye on price support levels for corn. HOLLAND NEWS By Mrs. Voris Workman The Holland PTA met Tuesday, in the school. Mrs. W. L. Pritchard, president, presided. During the bus- Personals Miss Betty Joyce French, her fiance, Royal Powell, his parents, Mr. toess meeting Mrs. J. B. Holly, and Mrs. Artie Powell, all of St. Girl Scout leader said the newly- Louis were weekend guests in the appointed Scout committee mem-j home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy French. "* __^ , i 1 , J_t_ wm-H. T!J n4~L-rr Tj-\TT/1£X O « /^ "Q/YTTQ I Ct T"l H 51 T1 — bers will meet later to learn their duties. Mrs. V. Workman told of the arrangements made for the polio vaccination of second graders, yesterday at Hayti hospital. The attendance banner went to Mrs. Russel Cohoon's fourth grade and Mr. Dorris Goodman's ninth grade on a tie count of parents. Mrs. Cohoon's room had held the grade and was rewarded with the purchase price of a picture to be selected later by the fourth grade. The program, a panel discussion of "Allowances for Children," was Betty Joyce and Royal and an nounced their wedding date for May 8, at the Holland Church of Christ. Miss Maggie Har'oer waos a weekend guest of Mrs. Elsie Fisk. Mr. and Mrs. Rayourn Hatley had as weekend guests sister and husband, Mrs. Hatley's Mr. and Mrs. Jim Green from Union City, Term Mrs. S. J. Workman is spending the week in Portageville with Mr. and Mrs. L L- Zoner, who visited relatives in Holland Saturday. Mrs. H. B. Jones, and three children of Blytheville visited Mrs. Harold Little Sunday. Mrs. Harold Little and daughter, led by Mrs. Frank Brown. She was; June and Mrs< A _ R uttle return- assisted by Mrs. J. B. Holly, Mrs. ed from Nashville Tuesday after taking Mrs. Arta Robertson home. While in Nashville they visited Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Robertson, Mrs. Robertson is the former Miss Eunice Little of Holland. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Gray and son Delbert, of Bragg City called on Mr. and Mrs. Voris Workman Sunday afternoon. Garvin Wilson and nephew of Cooter, drove to'Peoria, 111., Friday to visit Guy Wilson who is still confined in the hospital there. Mrs. Wilson visited her daughter, Mrs. Paul Sasey, while Mr. Wilson was away. Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Kinder went on a fishing trip to Lake Wappapello Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bounsavall and son, Larry, visited relatives in Memphis Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Henry are in Rochester, Minn,, this week where Mrs. Henry is undergoing a checkup at the Mayo Clinic. A daughter, Deborah Irene, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Orbee Harris Friday at Blytheville hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Clovis Fowler and Mrs. W. Owen were in Cape Giradeau Saturday to visit Spencer Owen „ t - . who is still confined in the hospit- Shirley Rogers and Joyce Bray and a i there. Owen is improving and Phyllis Smith sang a duet. - T ^'^ Also sang a solo. Mrs. Louis Lorch, Hope Lorch, Mrs. Fred Swindle and Mrs. Workman. Following the program the officers for the coming year were installed by Supt. L. N. Kindler These officers are: president, Mrs. V. M. Jones; vice-president, Mrs. E. L. Rogers; secretary Dolan Rogers; treasurer, Clarence Utley. PTA Meets School News The Junior-Senior Banquet will be held tonight at the Hotel Noble. The geometry class accompanied by T. R. Wilkins, teacher, made a field trip to McCarthy Wednesday to observe and study the new school building that is being built there. The mixed by R. C. Powell, music teacher, and Supt. L. N. Kindler, went to Cape Gtrardeau Friday to take part in a choral festival. The Culbertson Extension Club was hostess to the seniors and high school faculty at a tea Friday in the Home Economics building. The decorated with spring room was flowers. A piano solo was presented by home economics teacher, explained to the seniors the expenses they should expect if they attend college and told ways in which one can help time. Donald Long, agriculture teacher, Cletis Childres and Junior Bridges attened the state FFA Convention in Columbia last week. Cletis and Junior went as delegates from the Holland chapter. Dalma Reid played in the state FFA Band which played at the convention. Health Council Meets The Holland Community Council met Monday night in the school with 31 present and with L. N. Kinder presiding. Dr. S. B. Beecher of the .County Health Office, W. K. Grubbs and W. L. Lalor of the Mo. State Health Department were present. Reports were heard form the various polio and TB x-ray project chairmen. Two films, "The Warning Shadow" and "It's Up To You," were shown. Bridge Club Meets The Town and Country Club met Wednesday night with Mrs. Joe Cohoon as hostess. At'bridge, Mrs. Donald Long won high score, Mrs. C. Utley second, and Mrs. Virgil Utley, bridge. The hostess served refreshments. Cotton Carpel LOOP or TUFT 1C 50 2 Per Sq. Yd. 100% Rayon-Twist YARN DYED CARPET On/y$O50 8 Ptr S<>. Yd- Ray's Floor Center 107 E. Main—Phone 3-8550 hopes to be able to return home the last of the week. Dorothy Harris, who is employed as a beauty operator in St. Louis, was a week end visitor in her parent's home,.;Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Harris. Mrs. Donald Long and daughter, Donna, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Long of Braggadocia to Laurel, Miss., Friday to bring Mrs. O. Blakley back for several weeks visit with them. Mr. and Mrs. Virgle Carnal have as guests this week Mrs. Carnal's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. John Atkins of Itcha, Mich. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Carnal and daughters, Glenda, Norma, and Shirley visited Mr. and Mrs. Coy Twedle at Half Moon. Mrs. A. H. Davis of Springfield, Mo., and her daughter, Louise Mitchell, at Bryson City N. C., visited Mrs. Freddie Collins last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Harris of St. Louis visited Mr. and Mrs. Jim Little and Mr. nad Mrs. Lawrence Little over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie .Hatcher have moved to their home in Portage ville. Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Webb were in Honduras Election Victors Celebrate BELIZE. British Honduras (;P>— The independence-seeking People's United party (PUP)-celebrated jubilantly today its sweeping victory in this British Central American colony's first full-scale general elections. The anti-British PUP won eight of the nine elective seats in a new 15-man Legislative Council set up by the government in a move toward j giving the colony's 76,000 inhabitants greater self-rule. Way Cleared ior Steel Contract Negotiations PITTSBURGH (;P)-The way is clear for the opening of 1964 contract negotiations between CIO United Steelworkers and basic steel producers. The union has sent formal notices of contract termination to the companies and has asked them to set dates for talks on wages, hours and other contract conditions. Retired Admiral Dies PASADENA, Calif (ff) — Rear Adm. Herbert Victor Wiley ret., 63, former commanding officer of the illfated dirigibles USS Akron and Macon, and assistant dean of engineering at the University of California since his retirement in 1946. Born in Wheeling, Mo. Died Wednesday. WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Eula Mae Fruchey, Pltf. vs. No. 12,669 Wilbur Stanley Fruchey, Dft. The defendant,**-Wilbur Stanley Fruchey, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Eula Mae Fruchey. Dated this 22nd day of April, 1954. SEAL GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk. By OPAL DOYLE, D. C. Guy Walls, Atty. for Pltf. Ed B. Cook, Atty. Ad. Litem. 4/23-30-5/7-14 Up to Women Women wield the authority among the tow-headed Indians of Panama. Although men may elected to office and become village officials; it is the older women who tell the voters whom elect. Jackson, Monday to attend funeral services for Mrs. Alpha Lewis, and aunt of Mr. Webb. Golden Hamsters Rare Albino Hamsters (Solid White with Pink Eyes- live Baby Turtles • Salamanders (Water Newts) • White Face Capuchin Monkeys • Beautiful Tropical Fish and Young Parakeets. The PET SHOP 133 S. Division Ph. 3-3101 Bdpftursdf to Health! HATIOMAL PARK. ARKANSAS Health »d happiness are always in season — and there's no better place to give them a boost rhan Hot Springs! A staff of expert attendants is maintained in the Majestic Hotei Bath Department. Under their skirted treatment, yew will find glowing health and contentment replace aches, tension and worries, And remember, ow Bath Hoosc is operated in accordance with regulations pr-escrrbed by the National Park Service of the i;}. S. Governments Department of the Interior. MAJESTIC HOTEL APAATMtNTS fcTHS COTM*4S « • t d ft » f «cl«> See the new - "KING" COTTON CHOPPER 2 Row Chopper—can bt adjusted to fit any width row and most any tractor. ONLY SOQQOO Ask For Free Demonstration Byrum Imp. Co. 114-118 E. 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