The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 10, 1953 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 10, 1953
Page 11
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WtTRSDAY, DECEMBER 10, BLTTHBV1LLE (ARIC.)' COTOrER NEWS PACK ELEVEN THE LITTLI TREE THAT TALKED "•A/ow.adeer csribe esierfTthelittle tye v/enb ct?b%myenemies -fa-fot that a deer an run fest,vX>. So Iran some more!" A Chrittmai Story i vent by ardihe ev//\ _ _\/dSdettin6rttl I hungry. Tnen one day--/ \ /ffysi I tno-w \hurtgr} ,By WALT SCOTT - • when I was too tired to run another Inch • - they came But they were tired, too, and we3k from hunger." DECORATE BBS LIBRARY — Hiram Snodgrass, Charles Henson, Donna Dedman and Arden Cuadra (left to right) are shown with the Christmas decorating they have done on the Blytheville High School library's bulletin boards and doors. / lewi of V)ou.r L^itu Ofrtoow - The Report Card MELBA MARION (School Correspondent) DONNA DEDMAN, Charles Hinson, Hiram Snodgrass, and Arden Cuadra have combined artistic talent to bring the spirit of Christmas to the library at Senior High. Donna has made the two bulletin boards three dimensional with a huge, cotton-covered snowman and lamb, who wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Charles, Hiram and Arden used red, white, ye'knv, and green tempera paint to produce candles, candy canes, bells and Santa Glaus for tHe eight glass doors. IN ASSEMBLY Tuesday, the Future Farmers of America made Supt. \V. B. Nicholson an honorary member of their organization. In accepting the honor Mr. Nicholson said, "Pew things have happened to me since coming to Blytheville as Superintendent of schools which I treasure more highly than this." Chapter president, Harry Brown, also announced that the club's choice for FFA Sweetheart is Emily Damon. The choice is based on beauty and talent. * * • TWENTY - SEVEN members of the Blytheville chapter of Future Homemakers of America and their sponsor. Miss Virginia Bowen, attended the Mississippi and Poinsett Counties federation meeting in Jonesboro last Friday. Two Blytheville girls were on the program, Peggy. Rowe. federation historian, and Mary Jane White, 3 Teen-Agers Admit Killinq, Burying 'Bully' CHICAGO (/Pi— Three tec!>-agers U'ere held by juvenile authorities today after police said they admitted they participated Monday night In the killing and burying of a youth described as a neighborhood bully. The body of Leonard Pariano, 20, ^ is found in a shallow grave Tuesday near a South Side coal yard. Lt. John O'Leary said Robert Nam- inski, 15, admitted hitting Pariano on the head with a crowbar after his two companions had lured him into the coal yard. O'Leary said Naminskl and Ronald Paruszkewicz, 15, and Lawrence Kennedy, 14, told him Pariano had bullied them and had threatened to kill Naminski's mother. They told O'Leary they decided to "beat up" Paviano to teach him a lesson. All were held without charge. Nice Mat—Wrong County SALT LAKE CITY (PI— A doormat at the entrance of the medical center here in Salt Lake County is labeled in foot-high letters Weber County." Nobody seems to know why. chapter president. Patsy Edlngton was elected second vice president for 1954-55. Mama wants some stockings, Boby likes a top, They'H be disappointed If you foil to shop. Whiskey Is Riskey For Insurance In Dry Oklahoma OKLAHOMA CITY (/P)—Whisky is pust too risky, the Tristate Insurance Co. comrndpd yesterday before District Judge Albeit C. Hunt. The company wanted the court to set aside a ruling Instructing the firm to sell insurance to David L. Vcatch, admlltcd bootlegger. On his application for Insurance Veak-h stated he was a tavern owner and operated a retail liquor sales outfit—iti bone dry Oklahoma. Tlio governing committee of the Oklahoma Motor Vehicle Assigned f\^J Christmas Gift Risk Plan had found veatcli eligible I utl «"""«""" ulr ' for Insurance and instructed the commissioner to order the company to write a policy. ON N , j. ,, ?; _ Mrs violet Kin ^ tme Court ye.'ter: ( ,, iy hc , h , |sb;l ,, d p^,^ (oW h[ , r Appealing to the court, the con'.- j wna ^ j, e W :int>'d for Christmas was pany said the decision would force •: „,, n , ( . ce 0 , „,,„„ , n j am ,„. h Is' - • ; vorccd. Khe has obligingly filed the whiting of a policy "which ' J , f clearly unenforceable as completely : repugnant to public policy." . ( Last he Avill Poi'i>'el! ) Now, the best-looking, best-tasting smooth instc that's npprcrinicd by gilt of them all is at your liquor stole! everyone who knows fine whiskey. Calvcrt looks more wonderful thrin Afier all, it's what's in the bottle ever in a new, glistening poinscuia gift thai counts! ciirton ... richly encrusted with jewel- Tllis vr;ir spvc;|rl „,,„,, rllcrr , nld like sparkle. fi00f( , ast ^ oiv( , .,,,;, s( . n , t . Calvrrt But, more importnnl. Culvert has Reserve and lolks will ireist you [or the mellow flavor and the ilclicioiibly your holiday whiskey choice. CALVERT RESERVE BLENDED WHISKEY—86.8 PROOF-65% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS-CALVERT DISTILLERS CORP., NEW YO!?(C CITY A KITE ft 1949 FORD Club Coupe. New tires, radio, heater, pretty green color. FOR A BETTER CAR AT A 1951 NASH 2-door. Heater, seat covers. See this one today. $ 745 1950 STUDEBAKER 4-door. A very clean Studebaker. A Christmas beauty for only $ 695 1949 PLYMOUTH 2-door. A black beauty, heater, seat covers and priced for quick sale. 1947 HUDSON 4..£oor. ft a c! ! i, heater. Looks and runs gacc!. A rea! Chi-isHrias spscia!. 1946 CHEVROLET 4-door. Radio, heater. Maroon color, looking for o home and for only $ 445 1948 DODGE Yi ton pickup. Red color — hearer — good truck all over and only 1948 CHEVROLET 4-Door. The nicest '48 in Blytheville. Black paint—very clean. See it today. 1942 DODGE. Runs good, tires very good. Stop walking and ride away in this one. 1842 DODCF. V 2 fen a little rou^.i—ivioic.? ;'. good buy Is }S 0; 1949 DODGE % ton stake. Need a stake body truck? We have a nice one. Come see it today. C <f^ t; »JJ x '>'^ iiSi:> $ 295 $ 595 $ 545 1948 DODGE 2-ton long wheelbaso like new. 900 x 20 tires on rear, 825 x 20 front tires. Two speed axle. New paint — motor in fop shape. If you need a very good used long wheelbase truck that will carry a 16-foot bed, look no more—see us. SALESMEN: ENLOW WILSON P. T. HANEY OLIVER LOVELADY L. M. MAXWELL Blytheville' Motor Comp JS $. JS M JS Walnut at First Phone 4422

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