The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 23, 1953 · Page 11
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September 23, 1953

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

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•WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 28, I9B8 BLYTHEVILLB (ARKT COTJRIBR PAGE ELEVEN First Cool Snap of Fall Brings Shivers - and Trade NEW YORK (AP) — Autumn's official arrival'peps up the business pace in many lines Citizens, shivering in the first cool snap, start checking up on clothing and fuel sup pliei,' start buying more at the food stores. In almost all lines this fall they find abundance of supply and of choice. And almost all of the citizenry «erk up volume shiver » little today at the Impli- n. cations of still more taxes that The me "' clothing industry Is particularly hopeful of good fall I some read Into President Eiseiv ower's speech at Boston. It re- Jitads them that if fall comes, wln- and a new session bf tax-setting land tax-spending congress will not | be far behind. But even high taxes aren't keep> ling consumers away from the mar- |ket place now that fall is here. Retail stores are already report- ling a pickup in trade, as an after- Imath of the heat wave which • slowed them to a walk. Both-New I York and Philadelphia department Istores report today that dollar vol- lume last week increased over the Isame period a year ago. It was I the first such gain to be reported |Sor some time. Some New York retailers, how- lever, say that their sales figures lare behind the like period in 1951, |1950 and 1949. Many chain store companies, •whose sales in August trailed the •year before figures, seem confident that September results will [Show a recovery. ..-.iool clothing has sold well this nonth, but most apparel stores are ounting on brisk fall weather to trade. Stores have ordered fairly heavily and most clothing manufacturers have had one of their best seasons in several years. Prices of fall suits will be higher than a year ago in many stores, Suit makers say that wool prices are up a little, but the main reason for the price, hike is given as pay .boosts. Some manufacturers, however, are advertising lower prices for suits and overcoats and giving as the reason economies due to "full- scale production and new factory methods." Fuel prices are likely to be higher this fall than last. Coal may stay around the same level. But the cost of natural gas is up in many plaes. And increases in crude oil prices, plus higher operating costs In refineries, are hold- ilg fuel oil prices up. Supplies appear ample, however, for almost all sections of the nation Distribution snarls In event of slizzards are about the only possible threat that fuel men can see i on the horizon. I Bobby Blew The Whistle VAN NUYS, Calif. Ml — Little Bobby Hopkins. 2'/ 2 , blew his whis tie yesterday just as the garbage man hoisted the Hopkins' garbage can. The whistle was like the one the garoage man used when he wanted his truck driver to move ahead. The truck moved forward. The garbage flopped, downward onto the street. And Bobby headed homeward fast. LITTLE i/Z— Today's teen-agers know oil the answers—except to the questions the teachers ask them. TAXPAYERS NOTICE OCTOBER \ is last day for payment of 1952 County Tax on Real Estate without penalty and final date for payment of 1953 Poll Tax. * Personal and Drainage Taxes are also due and payable. Under Section 1 of Act 480 of the 1949 Legislature, "Payment of Poll Tax must be made to the County Collector, or his authorized deputy, by the person named in the receipt, or by the husband, wife, son, daughter, sister, br other, father or mother of such person. Payment 1 of the Poll Tax may be made by remittinq the payment to the County Collector by United States Mail/' If payment of Poll Tax is made by mail, sender should give the name of the person to whom the receipt is to be issued, relationship to the sender (if remittance is made for a person other than the sender), color or race, residence, post office address (if different from residence), name or number of school district, ward number (if resident of city) or name of township (if rural resident). PAYMENT FOR 1953 POLL TAX MUST BE RECEIVED IN THE COLLECTOR'S 0 F FIC E BY OCTOBER 1. vUilti 'erruman <f SHERIFF and COLLECTOR Mississippi County, Arkansas ILUXORA NEWS By MRS, G. 0. DRIVE* Mrs. Rozelle, Injured Mrs. A. B. Rozelle suffered painful bruisen Saturday afternoon on a downtown street when she drove her car Into the back'of a parked truck. Her son. Jack, riding in the back seat of the car, was thrown forward into the front seat when the collision occurred, but was unhurt No one was in the truck at the time. Mrs. Rozelle's car was heavily damaged. Dance Club Mccls The Luxora Dancing Club held its monthly social at the Hotel No- uilh « B »' lh e vi »e Friday night, with 25 couples present, including tuest couples from Wilson, Luxor* and Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Bay Olive and Mr. and Mrs. Bowen Thompson of Luxorn, and Mr. »nfl Mrs. John Bowen and Mr. and Mrs. Sudle Cecil of Wilson were hosts at the affair. A mid-, night buffet was served by the hosts. * Club Entertained Mrs. R. c. Langslon entertained her two table bridge club at her home Wednesday afternoon, With Mrs. Leonard Ellison and Mrs. Jerome Gordon playing as guests Mrs. ,T. L. Stanford and Mrs. Tom Callis were game prize winners, followed by a dessert course served by the hostess. Personals Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Teaford spent the week end in Memphis, while there attending (he Miss. State- Memphis Slate football game. Miss Jane McLendon, recently of Washington, D. c., entered Nurse Training at the Memphis Baptist Hospital Monday. Joe Bob Gentry resumed his schooling at tho University of Mississippi Monday. Ray Tate, soivof Mr. and Mrs. W. E.'Tnte, entered Memphis Slate College Wednesday for his freshman year. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Baker, Jr., spent the week end In 'St. Louis, attending Cardinal ball games. Mrs. Bstelle Vollmer and Mrs. J. J. Hcflin, Jr., and daughter, all of Memphis, were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Cooke. Sr. Pvt. George C. Stanford of Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., was a week end visitor here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Stanford. Although multireel moving pictures began to appear in 1009, exhibitors disliked them and released only one reel at a time, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. Predicting where *nd when earthquakes will strike cannot be done with any accuracy. It Is against the law to use portraits' of living persons on U. B. currency. TRADE Y O° LU D R STOVE (Any Kind or Make) ON THIS BEAUTIFUL DUO-THERM • GAS or OIL HEATER You get all 3 with a POO-THERM Americas most popular heater! Add the distinctive charm of lovely period furniture to your home as you heat it with a Duo-Therm. Finished in a rich, gleaming Mahogany with smart contrasting gold-colored trim. Exclusive Dual Chamber Burner gives you more heat from every drop of oil. Has no moving parts to wear or need repair. Big capacity burner in the Heppelwhite keeps your home won' derfuliy warm. Waist High Heat Control Dial lets you dial the heat easy as you tune your radio. Out of sight but not out of reach. You don't have to bend down to dial the heat you want. HEPPLEWHITE Fuel Oil Heater with Fuel-Saving Power-Air Blower! Power-Air moves heat by force. Puts lazy ceiling heat to work at the living level. Gives you more uniform comfort throughout your home. Offers proved fuel savings of up to 25%. (Optional.) This Large 5-Room OIL HEATER, as shown (Terms/ If Desired) $ 139.95 Let us make you an estimate on gas installation . . . from meter to units, complete. See the New Duo-Therm Floor Furnaces Completely Automatic With Thermostat, Fan If Desired HUBBARD & SON Phone 4409 FURNltllRE Blytheville PEMNEYS *«<>« » (UWftTS f1H4T YOURSELF! IT PAYS TO SHOP AT MNNIT.V! SHEER DARK SEAM NYIONS 51 GAUGE 15 DENIER Exceplional value! See how you save! Here, a terrific buy in sheer, perfect quality nylons with the drama of dark seams. Hurry in! Slock up! Choose Jubilee, a rich taupe brown; Gala, a neulral beiee 8'A to 11. CORDUROY SPORT COATS A Very Special Value! Perfect for school, for casual wear. Fine grade pinwale corduroy with full fop quality rayon linings. The latest style . . . Two button front with patch pockets. 34 to 44. Grain Bin Sale THE ONLY GRAIN BIN WITH 6-PLY RIBS EVERY 22'i OF HEIGHT FOR EXTRA STRENGTH New Sioux 1,000 Bushel Grain Bin 761 78 While they last we offer one car load of 1,000 bushel size SIOUX metal grain bins at the special price of 5261.78. Why lake less than support price for soybeans and other grains this fall w'h e n you can have storage right in your field. See or phone us today while our present supply is still ' available as we will hot have any more at this low price. Bins available at the following branches. Blytheville Soybean Corp. Blytheville Phone 6856 Leachville Phone 69 Senath, Mo. Phone 120 Hornersville, Mo. Phone 2141

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