The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 16, 1953 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 16, 1953
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TAGB TWO BI.YTHEVIU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1958 Blytheville Churches Plan Yule Programs (Continued from P»*« 1) was composed of Lawrence Bradley, Davis Cobb »nd Ralph Nichols, Jr., who ulso presented » violin solo. Christian Women's Fellowship luncheon was held Monday. On New Ycar"s eve, Ihe young people's group and their guests will be entertained at. a progressive formal dinner party, concluding the event at the church, where watchnlght services will be conducted. Midnight mass is to be presented Christmas eve at the Church of Immaculate conception. The Rev. Amos Endcrlin and the Rev. Francis Colavechio are pastor and assistant pastor. The R?v. Joe L. Bean, pasior of the First Church ot the Nazarene. will present 1'ie Christmas message in sermon Sunday morning. .AT THE Assembly of Cod Church, two Christmas piays will bs preceded by the Christmas iree and party for children of the church Sunday night. The plays, "Guiding Star." and ''Glory of the Lord," will be presented with special music. The Rev. J. C. Dickinson will use ths Christmas story as his text on Sunday morning. Christmas activities at Calvary Baptist Church this week included a meeting of the Business Women and Woman's Missionary Union for their Christmas party Tuesday and their Lottie Moon program on Wednesday. In the Sunday morning service, when the Rev. J. H. Mellon will preach, Christmas carols •will be used in the service. On Dec. 2S, the Church will have it's annual Christmas party. Early on Christmas morning a service will be held at the church. The Rev. Victor Bruggegge will be speaker at 5 p.m. Dec. 20 at the First Lutheran Church find a children's program will follow. * • • HAROLD KNOP is director of the 20 children who will present a musical program with Mrs. E. , M. Terry. Jr., as organist. Trinity Baptist Church will have a Christmas service Dec. 20, when the junior group, under the supervision of Mr, and Mrs. Jack Henry will present a pageant telling the Christmas story as recorded by St. Luke. The pageant Will be presented against a background of dark blue with lighted stars fit intervals, and Christmas bows mnrk- ing the chancel rail. Candelabra with white Upers will complete the scene. Mrs. Margaret Besharse directs the choral numbers, and Betty Crocker serves as pianist. Singing special parts will be Sully Baker and Brenda McClanahan. duet; W. D. Crocker, Jr., Danny Lowe and Charles Holden. trio; and Carlymi lay nnd Franks? Sawyers, duct. The Rev. Bill Cook is their new pastor. • • • THE RKV. H. L. Robison will preach at Lake Sireet Methodisi Church Sunday night, preceding a children's program, directed by Mrs. V. K. Gregory. The program will consist of Christmas scene tableaux with a background of music. Clovis Mc- HaJTey will serve as reader. Younc people of the church Commodity And Stock Markets- New York Cotton (12:30 quotations) Mar 3310 3310 3302 May 3331 3332 3325 July 3312 3312 3307 Oct 3246 3253 3243 New Orleans Cotton Mar ,',312 3312 3303 May 3334 3334 3325 July 3316 3316 3307 Ocl 3247 3249 3243 Memphis Soybeans 301 >, 301V, SDH, 3biluaries 3301 3325 3301 3243 3302 3325 3308 3243 Rites Tomorrow For David Waite COUNCIL (Continued trom Page 1) taken. Mayor Blodgett said the businesses had been warned but "no sooner do we net this practice stopped, then It starts up again." I 5i Passed a pending civil de- LUXORA - Srrvlces.for David P. ' fense ordinance to its third and Wnitf. 18. roliiT.d farmer who died | final rending, which will take here at the home of his niece and'P' : >ce at the January session of the nephew Mr. and Mrs. Joe Me-1 new Council. The ordinance would Daniel. Tuesday, will be conducted' "I'lhorlZB the mayor to set up comprise Ihe choir, which will be j Ju| y •••• 295 2!)5 295 accompanied by Mrs. Amy Ruth Gordon. The shepherd -scene will be dp- pictrd by Jimmy King. Sidney McHafTey and Richard Otis with Mary Lou Sanders as the angel; the manger scene, by Billy Hen- snn and Margaret Fan-is as Mnry and Joseph; and the wise men scene by Don Tucker, Don Farns and Harold Epperson. Sue Beasley, Shirley Willlford and Pat Hurley comprise the trio, PRESENTED at. (ho First Gitice Church will be a shadow pljiy on j A Chicago Soybeans Jan .... 302}, 305',:, 302^, Mch .... 303 Vi 305!', 302-1;, M"y 29!) :l , 302 299' 2 July .... 294 296' 2 294 Chicago Corn Mch 154'1 155«i 154% Mny .... 156l'« 156 1 .), 156 Chicago Wheor Mch .... 206'/, 207' B 20fi May .... 206 207 206 New York Stocks (12:45 quotltlonl) A T and T 301', 295 3021., 303-t, 300' 2 295 155i:, 1561., 207 206'ii nt 2 p m. tomorrow at the Fir t Methodist Church here by the Rev. 11. [j. Robinson. Burial will be in Elmwood Cem* 1 - trr\ ar, lilythcvHlR with National Funeral Home of Memphis In chan;p. A naui'f of Fayfttevillp, Tenn.. Mr. Waite moved to this area in 1947. He is survived by a brother, C. H. Waite of Decarur. Ala. Pallbearers will be R. Thomas, Leroy Brownlee. Pnul Jackson, Tom Callis. P. W. Simpson and C. Johnson. Honorary pallbearers will be members of the men's Bible class of the Methodist Church. civil defense agency and appoint a director to serve without pay. Need Citizens' Aid In a "swan song" talk, Alderman Louis O. Nash, who did not seek re.- money and more men. I reconr mend that the police department be placed under Civil Service." Aldermen, Mr. Nash said, do » lot of committee work that no one ever hears about. Most of this work Is unknown to the citizens, he said, because the committees feel (here is no point in "telling the newspaper nbovit It When there Is nothing definite to put out." Mi. Nash concluded by commending W. I. Malin as "thfc best city clerk we have ever had." Mayor Blodgett said' that his term of office has been "The most exciting two years I've ever experienced" and thanked the Council "for your splendid work and co-operation." Invocation prior to the session , ., . ...... election, said the greatest difficulty • was given by Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi encountered by city officials is lack ' of Temple Israel. of co-operation on the Blytheviile residents. Liquor Store At State Line Robbed of $60 LEACHVILLE — Vcrnon Barnes fired six shots from a revolver at two fleeing holdup men last night after they had robbed his father's! liquor store of «0. | The establishment owned by K. A. Barnes is located on the Missouri side of the state line near here.- Missourl troopers said Vernon emptied the pistol at the robbers' car as it fled the scene. The two men entered the store on the pretense of making a purchase and leveled a shotgun at the U-o over the money. Tlie gun was hidden under an overcoat when they entered. As the men left the store, young Barnes went out the back door of the building ami around the corner in time to fire at the fleeing men. PSrt ^iha^d^uT^iSrsnoUed^f! B "nes -" <"«-« th-" to hand COLD SUFFERERS Don't suffer discomforts of coldi ... Get QUICK Relief with STANBACK . . . Te»t STANBACK againit »njr preparation you'vt «ver Uied . . . »* how quick f«Htf cornet Snip Back with. STANBACK TABLETS or POWDERS . "The council and ma/or are crit-' r 'S of Nov. 30 there was $3,290.96 icized for a lot of thins* they can't! in the general fund and 31,921.81 help. They have never had the sup- i In the parking meter fund. The i- Tobacco I Anaconda Copper the life of Christ, interspersed by the sinking of enrols by the j Beth Steel Junior and Intermediate groups, j Chrysler Sunday night. [Coc?-Coln The Rev. Robert Petrovich will preach at the morning service. Pat Miller will bs soloist , at. the evening service, which bn followed by their ai Christmas tree. The Rev. Floyd L. Ramsey announced that the Church of God will present a play. "Nobody's Child", during the Sunday evening service, which will be followed by a church Christmas party. Religious plays inlerspersed by carols will be given by the Gateway Tabernacle on D?c. 22 followed by a Christmas party. The Rev. Carl Denny is pastor. . "Christmas in Ihe Country." a four-act play written by Mrs. Margaret Mabry. wife of the pastor, the Rev, M. D. Mabry. for the Pull Gospel Tabernacle's congregation, will be presented Sunday night. Their annual Christmas party will follow. ; Gen Electric Gen Motors Montgomery Ward N Y Central nuai Int Harvester Republic Steel .... RfuMo Socony Vncuum ... Studehnker SUndnrd of N J .. Tcxns Corp Sears (J S StrcJ Sou Pac I.ifi 1-4 6! 3-4 30 52 1-2 61 3-4 Dawson Rites Tomorrow Services for J. A. Dau'son, 85. of Cardwell, Mo., wno died last night l'33-8l" 1 '" e Dunklln County Memorial 89 1-2 ' Hospital at Kennetl. Mo., will be port and interest of the people. W nod the people's co-operation." He added thru anytime the Council does something for the city, it m.nkes someone mad. The city badly needs a zoning ordinnn'ce, he snid. Work began on one some six or seven years ago $21,910.41. but such an ordinance has never been passed. "The city cannot grow without the co-operation of the people," he s-id. "and Retting the cooperation of the people in this city is the hardest thins? in the world. They I don't want to pay any taxes. I'olice Need More Men 'The police force needs more street fund is still empty but is scheduled to be replenished when the city pet.s its tax settlement from ! the sheiff and collector's office this | month. | Revenues in November totaled : si3.983.80 and expenditures were Negro Deaths Ada Brooks Services for Ada Brooks, 67, who , j died Saturday at home on Simmons [street, will be conducted at 2:3^! j p. m. Sunday at St. Paul Baptist | I Church by Rev. H. Boykin. Burial | 59 ,)-4! con ducled at the Cardwell Baptist j by his wife, Mrs. Emily Dawson of! in Mt. Zion Cemetery is in charge 55 3-4 [ Cemetery with the Holt Funeral j Cardwell; a son, Gus Dawson of I ot Casion Funeral Home. 1!) ].4;Honie in charge. 27 5-8! 40 \-4 i 23 1-2 ; 35 3-8 72 3-4 58 7-8 , 61 7-8 ( HarvieJl. Mo.; and daughter, Elsiej . . retired farmer he is survived [ Dawson of St. Louis. Survivors include a son, Henry Brooks, and nine grandchildren.: For Fine Foods, Choose PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET Nationally Advertised & Fancy Groceries We Deliver 2043 Gail In Come In 1044 Chick. FARM BUREAU (Continued from Page 1) not antilabor, said delegates wcrr deeply concerned by the concentration of power in the hands of labor unions. "Monopoly" lit Problem In this connection, Bureau President Allnn B. Kline told the convention yesterday that one nf the mnjor problems of today i.s finding ways of denlinE with "labor monopoly" without interfering with the legitimate rights nnd Interests of working people. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. III. II-S iff — (USDA) — Hogs 8.500; fairly !>'» .•"Hive; 180 Ib up 10-15 higher'; jjjj lighter weights strong to 25 higher; sows steady; 180-230 Ib 24.50-75: 240-270 Ib 23.50-24.50: 270-330 Ib 22.25-23.60: 150-170 Ib 23.75-24.75; sows 400 Ib down 21.25-22.25: heavier sows 20.00-75: boars 14.00-18.50. Cattle 4.000, cnlves 1,000; few choice steers steady at 22.00-50; little done on others; heifers and mixed yearlings also slow; cows firm, utility and commercial cows 10.50-12.00; odd head to 12.50; canners and cutters 8.00-10.50; bulls and vealers steady: good and choice venlers 21.00-27.00; odd head prime 30.00: commercial and good 15.00-20.00; cull and utility 10.00- ' ( 13.00; commercial and good slaugh- i; ter calves 14.00-18.00; Utility -"-' ' commercial bulls 11.00-13.00. With the Courts CHANCERY— I .E. L, Smith nnd C. H Incc, d'b/n fil Implement Co.. nnd CIT Corp. vs. Carl Ledbette breach of contrnct, $1,930. r Last minute reminder... don't forget Coke for holiday 6 bottle cartoon 25c Piui Deposit 10111(0 UNDEI Of 1HI COC4-CCH* COMPANY IY COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF BLYTHEVILLE !) tr«<t.m.rl. l»!3. 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