The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 17, 1953 · Page 18
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 18

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 17, 1953
Page 18
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PAGE EIGHTEEN BI,YTHEVII,LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1958 «rd Jack Blcdso? left Wednesday (or Pontlno, Mich. Raymond Young. Duff Mny nncl Ch«t Nichols left Tuesday lor Flint. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Burch moved to Spear Lnke Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Uoyd and children o( Dyess nod Miss Jutmltn Lloyd of Memphis spent the week end in Little Rock as the guests of their daughter nnd sister, Mrs. Eugene Morgan, and Mr. Morgan. Mrs. Leroy Cannon 01 Memphis spent several days here this week. The Rev. and Mrs. Carl Appling smart himself. . have as their guest their daughter, The atom bomb is the current example of now he can | Mrs. Pat Bufield, and son, carry, think up things to solve one problem — only to find a host d.Helena, Art. ., , ,.. (!,„ ,,.^L.n | Mr. and Mrs. Bill Starnes nnd children ot Island 35 spent Sunday here with his uncle, Oscar Tcnvell. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. 1,. Jacobs were In Blythevllle Sunday. Ralph Thompson of. Vandale Host of New Problems Follows Man's Effort To Solve the Old Ones By SAM DAWSON NEW YORK (APj — Sometimes man just seems to out- of new ones in the wake. And (here nrp other Instances. Take Inspclfi. A fow yrnrs bnrk. \ mnn drenmcri un DnT rind rrowert ] aboul having In-'-A liokpci. They riicl like flio?. All. that is i as he. found oul later> I'll' Ihe hitnest and hardiest. They riidn" die. Instead, they hnd million", of offspring—and these, tnn. were the birr^est. nnd the hardiest. New and could DYESS NEWS Mrs. J. F. JACOBS spent Ihe week end here with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Thompson. Jimmle Smith mid Piiul Francis ivlr. and Mrs. Cus Eberdt of; of SCnatobia Junior College in Mls- Blyth'evillc spent Sunclny in Dyessj wssippl, spent the wcex end here y \vere Mrs. Mrs. P. B. d Miner races of lns ,? n ' s I ,, s 'g'uesl of'lhe Rev. mid Mrs.' W. | with home folk*. 'oi-iin 1 *. Sure. r.T-n <* fnd- | w p|, trrslm when Mr. Eberdlj In Osceoln Tuestla inc new insecticides Ihnl will dob-1 p rp ., c | 1( , ( | B t 'the morning service: Norman James and bpr these, too. Or tt-ill th-v? Mnyhe fl( |hc M( ,.i )0( n Rt church. jWond. only t!:e b'l'ieit and lin-cVe^t th^ suner will be left a" breer'frs. Some v/o'Tier^ f^P 1 ' tl 10 t M-MVI"' th'ns similar could be polnjr on Inside you. Wander dru^s have n^en the b'essiner of this century. They n»pear to have routed some of man's wn'-st enemies, such as pneumonia. But a few doctors f>nr that the wrnder dru<rs rre brini relied upon ion much—Hint norhf»5 they nrc brins? used so often lor ihp minor i'!? of mnn that he may br build'ncr UP immuivf'' to t'^in. W* in n ' l ie rpf>I killer sfrikep, (be u-o:ir!rr driMr miiht no longer have its old Or look nt the auto. A blwintr, mrst allow. Certninlv a ner-.e-spitv for ninny a faniilv. The auto retired the horse. People eoL from here to there at ever insler ppeeds. Mi'es no lon«er were ob.^tarls. Now the autos seem to be breeding like flies, too. Streets nnd highways are so clogged with them, that for minutes nt n time no one goes anywhere. Often ft takes longer to set, aero?? todav's city in a car than it did in the onc- hn^s shay. The car spawned the superhighway, one of mnn's grcnt prides. But no matter how hard the taxpayer seems Io strain he can't keep up with Detroit. That city can breed en rs fnst er ) h i n the taxpayer can build roads for them. The taxpayers vole more nnd more school bond issues. But the schools just don't seem to rise ns fast as tlin kids fji'ow. Pension funds swell, too, nnd F.O- cial security tnxns nre "oing up next year. But the pensions and the retirement incomes that looked so rosy when you planned them, somehow look pretty inndcounte now, if you're trying to live on them. One of man's greatest steps forward was to think up all the wonderful gadgets that take drudgery out of housework. Everyone wnnl.s them. In fact, everyone insists upon having them. Providing them makes the new house so expensive that, to keep the price down to something an average husband cnn afford, builders make rooms smaller and smaller. All this would be pretty sad, except for one thing. Everyone gripes about it. But no one—almost no one—would actually be willing to go back to the way things were 50 years ago. Ecid Woolen and! Bill Peterson and family of Hous- I'ONTIAC FOR 'M — Pontiac's 1054 models will go on display In Blytheville tomorrow at Noble Oill Pontiao Co., at Fifth and Walnut. Shown above is the Star Chief custom sedan, a new deluxe series that has been added to the Pontlac line this year. through the holidays. | and Mrs. K. B. Holland. Misses! Mrs. Beryl Lee Cox and children Shoppers in Memphis Saturday i Mnureen Butler, Freda Hathcock,; of Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Bill were Miss Moxelle Williams and i Hnrileen Hall i Jean, the! Mrs. Rlllh Williams. i Lincoln. and Georgia Ruth! Gower of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. James Cox and children of Lepan- Thosr :iUrmlin£ the training nil-' attending the family re- to. Mr. niul Mrs. Cohen Cox and sorT'of ''r^r'eiY^pen'r s"mcby' wiibjton. Tex., nnd Miss Ninn her parriils. Mr. find Kirs. J. S. | I^terson .at Blythevillo _ spent ••-; ion rally in Miytnfivuie f'nciny union during tne WPCK end at me; children 01 west Aiempms. Mr. and O ne inch B-:rne.s I \hc Rev. am/Mrs W. W. Peterson!' wri ' 1 ' l "? Rov - Jiml Mr - s> H - B '! nome of tneil ' parents. Mr. ond' Mrs. Lynn Cox and children ol i nearly 1000 Bill Petersons will remain' Stone, Mrs. Ernest Pickens, MrJ Mrs, Dcwey Cox, were Mr. aiid r Dyess and La veil Cox of Senatobia' produce. Junior Collegt, MIs«. Mr. end Mr«. Ouy Nichols htd ts their guests over the week end Mr. ind Mrs. O'Neal Little «nd daughter of Trumann. Mrs. Louise Jennings and children of Lepanto spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Barens. Cheerleaders chosen for the Dyess basketball teams are Barbara James, Mary Lou Balch, Bobby Jean Mann and Mary Mae Made- Jean Mann and Mary Mae Mode- sltt. Miss Olenda Williams of Memphis spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Chaplalr; spent the week end at Imboden and Wllford, Ark., with relatives. Miss Mary Frances Simmons of Memphis was the week end guest of Miss Betty Ann Turner. Glenn Jones, former teacher at Dyess, now of Hot Springs, visited the P. B. Wood family Sunday. Seaman Hubert Jewel of San Diego, Calif., arrived Sunday for a 20-day leave with his parents. The Junior Class entertained at the school with a party Friday. Mr. and Mrs. 0. D. Bennett had as their guests Sunday, their son. Seth Edd, and Mrs. Edd of Memphis. Mrs. Mary I,ou Young visited in j,, Memphis Ir.M week witji her son. John Young. and family. He leaves for the Army Dec. 17, nnd Mrs. Young AIIU children wil' be with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Tom (Wood at Dyess. "^uspcil Clifton, Prise CnrmichcH of topsoil requires years for nature to Nova Scotia lies entirely nit or Maine, no part of It lyint farther north or south than the north-south extremes of that state. Burnt Ladies & Men's Garment* WHY PAY MORE? RUTH MeCLANAHAN —SKIL WEAVER— «1 E. Sycamore Bljtherllle CHRISTMAS SPECIAL PUPPIES Fox Terrier*, Cocker Spanleli and English Shepherd*. Give a Parakeet for Christmas. Young birds all colors. Beautiful chrome cages. Mexican Red Head Parrot. The PET SHOP 133 S. Division Ph. 8075 in ofl?ce •bjpewrftett? Only the male cricket can .chirp. Human vocal cords are controlled by about 60 muscles. ...ffifs is! HIW Inslatil-Sel Margins automatic, accurate, fast! MIW Tnacb responsive, feather-light! NEW "Write" clean, clear, uniform! NEW Kcylcver Action speed where it counts! This all-new Smith-Corona "Eighty-Eight" Secretarial u engineered for tireless touch, effortless speed and action. Try it! In your own office... Smilh-C orona Jon Edwards Co. I'linnc 3SS2 Illytlieville. Ark, YEARS OLD OLD FASHIONED SOUR MASH KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY For Your Christmas Pictures •3} • FILM • MOVIE FILM g • FLASH BULBS • COLOR FILM •|f • POLAROID FILM I BARNEY'S DRUG STORE 2006 W.Moin Phone 3647 POMAC nSMK A Completely Neiw Line FOR 1954 of Automobiles! The New ir @f&f -Bringing New Values in Luxury Size and Performance Never Before Offered at the Piice ! nn;i;EST EVER in H.T-2M ivtm:s OVER-ALL I.EXGTII M.U.MH< i:.\ r .\Etv IIEAI.TV. ivsnti: AMI on fiKW <;I:.STO.>I-.STI I.KI> iMi;itioii.s_.\i:\\ i;\ri:nio!t counts MOST I'OMKHFI I. rO.VTIAC KVKII 111 ll.T \K« ItOAIIAIIILITV AM* l)lll\l\(i V..\*f. NEW, CIIEATLV l.\« lli:.\.SKO CltOS.S-IJOfM'HV I.I (.<. VI.IC ROOM TO ADD TO YOUR DRIVING PLEASURE AND THE LONG-RANGE VALUE OF YOUR CAR —PONTIAC OFFERS A WIDE SELECTION OF Tim 1 is the ina^ninYeiH new Poniiac Star Chief for 1'J.SU H^rr. in fuel, is the fir si grmrinp luxury car ever to be ofjwil in I'tmlinc's Inir price run gel As tin- ht^iicsl Tniiliac rvrr built, llir new Slar (lliirf brings yon ;ill (lie j;riirroiis aildcd lrn»tli rccptired f<»r jH-nk rniniability and ridi'np ca?e. Von \->'i\\ be cradled in fine-car conilori never licforc avuilablr at or near llic price. And lliis r.xir;i length provides a Ion«. Inn. arisloci^li'c silliniicllr like cosily cars, hi'Miif-hi (o pvrn «rc;iicr beauty by a brilliant new treatment of I'onliar's cxvlusive Silver Streak. Interiors arc in key. Here is the gracious, spacious look of luxury for which motorists have paid several thousands more than the modest cost of the new Star Chief. Add to all this nn even mightier Poniiac engine and you will understand why you should nol only err. but drive, this magnificent new car at the earliest possible moment. See the completely new Slar Chief this weekend, along with thfl wonderfully improved Chieftain Series—Genera J Motors lowest priced ci^lil and the famous economy six. Together, they amply demonstrate that, whatever you prize most in an automobile, dollar for dollar—you can't beat a Poutiac. OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT 4 Ouil-Ringt Hrdn-Mitle Drlv* provides Insianl response in Iratlic, exIra'SConomical cruising on Ihe open road. Pintllc'i Fimaui ^aitir Sleerlni offers finger lip steering case for parking and slow turning yet you retain safe road feeL Ponliic'i New Alr-Cinillllonlng cools youl car Io the tempera, lure you set , in minutes. Eignt-cylinder models only. Niw ftnlln ftwu tnhn lei you slop lasifil wilh lai less effort and lool movement. A major advance in safely. Hlw Entitle Wlnd» Lltll let you raise 01 lower front windows Io any desired height merely by touching a button adjusts to 360 different seat positions al a touch for the most comlortable dnvinj po«h'on •Optional equipment and accessories avaiume M »*tjj out Oil DJSplniJ iVotl?- »viUi its Keautirul New Companion Car THE $ILVI]Il STREAK CHIEFTAIN UOLIILE PIIOOF T1L%T DOM All FOR DOLLAR YOU CAX*T BEAT A NOBLE GILL PONTIAC CO. Fifth & Walnut Phone 6817

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