The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 21, 1954 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 21, 1954
Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COUIHSSl WEDNESDAY, TtJLY 21, 1954 Commodity And Stock Markets- Ntw York Cotton Obituary Oct ....... 3434 3*34 3427 Dec ....... 3454 3454 3447 Mc h ........ 3478 3478 3470 3454 3454 3445 New Orleans Cotton Oct 3430 3432 3424 Dec 3451 3451 3445 Mch 3473 3475 3469 July 3449 3450 3446 Chicago Soybeans July ... 425% 425% 406% Sept ... 309V 2 311 309% Nov ... 283% 287V 4 -83% Jan ... 287% 290V 4 287% 3427 3447 3470 3445 3424 3445 3469 3450 406% 309 V 2 283% 287% Rites Tomorrow For Mrs. Akin Services for Mrs. Clara Jane Akin, 77, who died last night in Baptist ( Hospital in Memphis, will be con- i ducted tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. at ! Yarbro Methodist Church by the Rev. Carl Burton. Burial will be in Maple Grove Cemetery with Cobb Funeral Home i in charge. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Earnest French of Blytheville, with whom she had been living, and Mrs. Hardy Crawford of Dell; one son, Edward Akin of Blytheville; two brothers, K. W. Chapman and t Neely Chapman, both of Green- jville. Miss.; and 10 grandchildren, and 7 great-grandchildren. ELECTION Chicago Wheor July ... 206 207y 4 205% 206Vs Sept ... 208% 210Vi 208% 208 7 / 8 Chicag* Corn July ... 162 162 157 14 160% Sept 155 Vi 15914 15514 157% One Fined, 3 Forfeit Traffic Case Bonds Parker Hood was fined in Municipal Court this morning, $100 and costs and sentenced to 24 hours in jail on a charge of driving while intoxicated. Leslie Walker forfeited $19.75 bond on a charge of speeding. Nf W York StOCKS C. H. Collier forfeited $5 bond on (12:45 quotation*} ja charge of running a stop sign and A T and T 173 3-4 j Glenn Phillips forfeited $10 bond Amer Tobacco 57 1-4 on a charge of speeding. Anaconda Copper 38 1-2 Beth Steel 70 5-8 Chrysler 62 3-4 Coca-Cola 116 Gen Electric 44 Gen Motors 79 1-2 Montgomery Ward 67 1-8 N Y Central 21 3-4 Int Harvester 31 7-8 Republic Steel 59 Radio 325-8 Socony Vacuum 40 1-2 Studebaker 18 Standard of N J 85 3-3 Texas Corp ' 66 3-4 Seaxs . . 65 US Steel 51 5-8 Sou Pac 43 1-2 Choice No. 1 and 2 grades 23.00; 240-270 Ib 21,75-22.75; 270-300 Ib 20.00-21.75: small lots 170-190 Ib 22.25-75: 150-170 Ib 20.50-22.50: 120140 Ib 17.50-19.75: sows 400 Ib down 16.25-18.50: heavier sows 13.2515.50: boars 9.50-16.00. Cattle 4.200;- cal\*es 1.100: shipper demand taking several loads of choice steers fully steady at 22.00-23.00: some high choice to prime held higher: good and choice heifers and mixed yearlings also steady at 18.00-22.50; cows active and strong; utility and commercial holding largely at 9.0011.50; canners and cutters 6.509.00; light shells down to 5.00; bulls and vealers steady; utility and commercial bulls 12.00-14.00; __ ^ Banner and cutter bulls 8.50-11.50; ately active: mostly 15-25 lower j good and choice vealers 14.00-13.00; than yesterday's average; bulk j a few high choice and prime 19.00. Choice 200-240 Ib 22.75-85; several 20.00r commercial and low good loads uniform 210-225 Ib, mostly vealers 10.00-13.00. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, HI. UrV-(USDA) — Hogs 5,500; moder- (Continued from Page 1) Henry Goza. J. T. Tate; clerks: Mrs. "M. F. Brownlee, Sr., Mrs. L. N. Hinch; alternate clerks: Mrs. John Miller, Mrs. Betty Tidwell. Dell Township Box, Dell Compress — Judges: Cobex Bowers, J. .H. Brinn, F. W. Tate; alternate judges: Harry Cook. W. L. Dyer, S. T. Freeman; clerks: Mrs. U. S. Blankenship. Mrs. R. A. Greenway; alternate clerks: Mildred Mocney, Curtis J. Lovelace. Roseland, Store — Judges: F. G. Lewis, W. R. Overton, W. L. Wei- born; alternate judges: Charles Rose. Ed Stacy, M. J. Osborne; clerks: Mrs. Dewey Wilson. Gerald Whistle: alternate clerks: Mrs. W. L. Welborn, Dewey Shepard. Hickman Township Huffman, Perry's Store—Judges: R. H. Greene, Rex Hughes, Gerald Cassidy; alternate judges: Joe Seibert, W. E. Hagan, George Perry; clerks: John O'Neal, Max Ray, Jr.; alternate clerks: Robert Ray, W. T. Metzger, Jr. Forty and Eight, Langston Gin Office — Judges: H. T. Lucas, C. C. Elliott, Jack Adkisson; alternate judges: Wallace Hudson, Pat Patterson, T. H. Adkisson; clerks: B. B. White, W. T. Metzger, Sr.; alternate clerks: I. A. Harrison, Harry Lawson. Clear Lake Township Clear Lake, School — Judges: J. A. Haynes. Jyle Ball, J. H. Guriey;, alternate judges: T. R. Randolph, W. A. Kemper, R. G. Smallwood; clerks: Elmer Holmes, Wayne Taylor; alternate clerks: Mrs. James N. White, Mrs. W. P. Burks. Home Gin, Gin Office — Judges: H. C. Weathers, Jr., Clyde Lutes, Jsmes Middleton; a l.t e r n a t e judges: S. H. Bevill, I. M. McHaffey. D. C. Eubanks: clerks: J. H. Burks; R. L. Payne; alternate clerks: P. S. Parker, Preston Ramey. Chlckasawba Township Township Box, Court House— Judges: Max Harrison, A. C. Owens, Wesley Stallings; alternate judges; Charlie Stemac, W. H. CaldweU, Henry Young: clerks: Roy Gaines, W. F. Fitzgerald: alternate clerks: Utho Barnes, Ben Abbott. Ward One, City Hall—Judges: Frank C, Douglas, Foy Etchieson, J. M. Cleveland; alternate judges: Clarence Johnson, A. A. Hardy, Leon Scherer: .clerks: W. D. Holder, Ivy W. Crawford; alternate clerks: Fred Sandefur, Eddie Stiles. Ward One, Seay Motor Co.— Judges: Shields Edwards, Fred Rutherford, William Walker; alternate judges: Joe Hughes, R. C. Cteleman, Bob Copeland; clerks: Gilbert Smythe. H. P. Wright; alternate clerks: Roland Bishop, Fred Boyett, Jr. Ward Two, Water Company Office—Judges: J. V. Gates, R. E. Blaylock, C. G. Redman; alternate judges: R. M. Logan, Alvin Huffman, Jr., J, E. Stevenson; clerks: Ray Price, E. J. Cure; alternate clerks: John Caudill, Ernest Roe. Ward Two, GUI Motor Co.— Judges: Harvey Morris, Leonard Oldham, Toler Buchanan; alternate judges: C. Modinger, Sr., J. G. Barnes, Keith Bilbrey; clerks: R. A. Porter, Lloyd Stickmon; alternate clerks: Harry Brooks, Hermon Carlton. Ward Three, Fire Station No. 2— Judges: W. C. Higginson, . Farris McCalla. O. E. Knudsen; alternate judges: Harry-Bradley, Walter Day, Siegbert Jiedel; clerks: Jim Gardner, E, B. Woodson; alternate clerks: J. L. Brooks, Joe Bill McHaney. Ward Four, Moore Brothers Store —Judges: Byron Moore, Talmadge Huey, • Wilson Henry; alternate judges: Floyd Rector, C. E. Hart, P. O. McDermott; clerks: Earl Wilson, D. J. Hodge; 'alternate clerks: Forrest Moore, Guy L, Rodgers. Yarbro, Mullins' Store—Judges: Milton Bunch, Richard Haynes, Er- nsst French: alternate judges: V. M. Brister, Calvin Hollingsworth, J. E. Parrish; clerks: Hildred Bunch, W. N. Orr; alternate clerks: L. H. Gaines, Aubrey Chapman. Promised Land, McGehee's Store —Judges: B. F. Fitzgerald, Louis Ball, C. F. Tucker; alternate judges: Roy Mitchell, Earl Simmons, Carl Matthews; clerks: R. O. Little, J. L. Guiiey; alternate clerks: Chester Sutton, J. M, Veasey. Number Nine, Langston Store— Judges: J. J. Moore, Bob Stovall: C. L. Bell; alternate judges: Lloyd French, H. H. Hardesty, Ruel Hatley; clerks: Reece Moore, Mrs. Billie Johnson; alternate clerks: Mrs. Adele Poetz, Gerry Hollingsworth. Blytheville absentee, Courthouse —Judges: Ernest L. Parker, Ed B. Cook, R. F. Kirshner; clerks: G. O. (Doc) Poetz, Percy A. Wright. OSCEOLA DISTRICT Burdette Township Burdette, Burdette Supply Co.— Judges: G. A. Hale, Duane Easley, J. C. West; alternate judges: V. A. Brothers, Earl Jones, L. L. Koontz; alternate clerks: Mrs. G. A. Hale, Mrs. Hays Sullivan. Fletcher Townihip Luxora, Bowen Building:—Judges: Will Meadows, J. M. Majors, A. Liberant: alternate judges; Jes»e Brown, C. H. Bonner, Russell Bowen; clerks: Miss Edith McDaniel, Gerald Chaff in; alternate clerks: Mrs. Roy Owens, Mrs. Murray Richardson. Luxora Box Itumtier Two—Judges: R. L. Houck, Will Howard, Mrs. Logan Rozelle; alternate judges: Paul Jackson, Doyle Self, Gus Morris; clerks: Mrs. I. M. Castlio,, Mrs. A. B. Rozelle; alternate clerks: J. E. Teaford, R. B. Whitmore. Victoria, Store—Judges: C. W. Hoover, W. P. Ellis, Gilbert Lynch; alternate judges: H. L. Leigh, George M. McClendon, Ellis Gardner; clerks: Harry Anderson, Carl Cannon; alternate clerks: Mrs. Gilbert Lynch, Mrs. Carl Cannon. Monroe Township Township Box, Osceola Court- House—Judges: Milton Pipe, Frank Edrington, Wallace Hoke; alternate judges: Boyd White Guy Driver, Aubrey Younger; clerks: Harry Matlock, I. O. Crostwhit; alternate clerks: Jack Hook, E. H. Burns. Osceola Box, One, Drainage District Office—Judges: Garner Robbins, W. V. Alexander, Joe Martin; alternate judges; Dave Laney, R. A. Cartwright, Wert Steed; clerks: W. P. Hale. Leo Schriech, Jr., alternate clerks Bard Edrington, :. H. Bryant. Osceola Box Two, Osceola Lumber Co.—Judges Ed Wiseman,- Nathan Weinberg, H. J. Kerney: alternate judges: Arthur Rodgers, Hyman Weinberg. Joe Applebaum; clerks: J. S. McCants, J. A. Pigg; alternate clerks: Harry Minton, Ray Mann. Keiser Box One. Bank BuildingJudges: Joe B. Hilliard, W. T. Crews, Jack Zook; alternate judges: Coleman Crews, J. W. Hall, F. B. Wilson; clerks: James C. Bowles, Lewis Wilbanks; alternate clerks: Roy Langston, Henry Mills. Keiser Township Box—Judges: Ralph Ferguson, Buford Jarrett, A. L. Swallows; alternate judges: Hal Wallace, Paul Bolick, Clyde Barnett; clerks: Roy Bolick, Walter Daniels; alternate clerks: Alonzo Beard, Fred Parish. Golden Lake Township Wilson, Store —Judges: Albert Greenwell, C. T. Lynch, Robert Nelson; alternate judges: Parker Bowen, W, J. Denton, J. J. Bussey; clerks: D. O. Anderson, Maurie Upton; alternate clerks: George Brewer, Jack Henderson. Whltton Township Whitton, Store—Judges: W. E. Wright, George Minor, W. R. McDaniel; alternate judges: Leon Minor, B. D. Mooring, F. B. Dean, Sr.; clerks: F. B. Dean, Jr., Sam Rushing; alternate clerks: Jack McDan- iei, Tom Quails. Pecan Point Township Pecan Point, Branch's Store— —Judges: R. C. Branch, Sr., H. Gwaltney, Charles Friend; alternate judges: Nate Graves, R. C. Branch, Jr., Charles Beall; clerks: Mrs. R. C. Branch, Sr., Mrs. H. Gwaltney; alternate clerks: Mrs. R. C. Branch, Jr., Mrs. Charles Beall. Scott Township Frenchman's Bayou, Speck's Store —Judges: A. A. Higgins, R. L. Speck, L. E. Speck, Sr.; alternate judges: Gaston James, Mrs. Ray Jenkins, Mrs. Betty Speck; clerks: Jim Speck, Mrs. L. E. Speck, Jr.; alternate clerks: Mrs. A. A. Higgins, Brice Richards. Bassett, Idaho Grocery—Judges: E. B. Bell, Garland Trammel. J. C. Brown; alternate judges: W. W. Adams, E. M. Bell, E. E. CisseU; clerks: Harry Bufkin, Vardie Westbrook; alternate clerks, Alex Coble, J. H. Felts. Carson Township Driver, Lowranc« Store—Judges: H. A. Nicholson, Jim Elslander, J. L. Tranum; alternate judges: J. D. Rankin, Ed Stoffle, J. M. Hosford; clerks: Charlie Lowrance, III, Powell Hale; alternate clerks, Mrs. J. D. Rankin, Mrs. Jim Elslander. Carson Lake, Cromer Bros. Store —Judges: Richard Cromer, Mrs. H. A. Segraves, Baker Springfield: alternate judges: Roy Reece, Harold Logan. R, H.-Jones; clerks: F. S. Reece, Mrs, Richard Cromer; alternate clerks: Alex Goble. Mrs, B. D, Springfield. Swayne Township Rosa, Store—Judges: H. E. Wright, Doyle Self, Gus Morris; alternate judges: Harold Permenter, Delbert Shaw, Charles Howard; clerks: W. L. Dillard, C. E. Permenter; alternate clerks, Logan Rozelle, T. B. Renfro. Dyess Townsnip Dyess, General Stort— Judges: J. S. Barnes, H. H. Crawford, Mitch Forrester; alternate judges: Sidney Crestman, Riley McArthur, John Harris; clerks: Tom Parks, Lynn Cox; alternate clerks: Elton Wroten, Sr., Otha Johnson. McGavock Township Joiner City Box, Joiner Lumber Co.—Judges: James Ford, J. B. Wilson, Gene Hughes; alternate judges: Bill Landrum, M. Silverstein, Joe Terror; clerks: Mrs. George Tinsley, Mrs. H. C. Wood; alternate clerks: Mrs. Joe Sammons, Mrs. H. E. Mead. Joiner Township Box—Judges: Ed Crutoher, J. F. Dickson, E. B. Chiles, Jr.; alternate judges: Jack Barnes, J. Wayne Brownlow, J. C. Dresback; clerks: Mrs. Jack Barnes, Mrs. J. F. Dickson; alternate clerks: W. B. Burkett, Mrs. J. W. Miller. Little River Township West Ridge, Store—Judges: W. B. Tver, L. C. Shelton, Owen Miller; alternate judges: William Watts, R. E. Tattleton, W. E. Bradford; clerks: A. M. Miller, J. C, Autry; alternate clerks: H. C. Bradford, Jr., Mrs. R. E. Tattleton. Etowah. Wilrnoth's Store—Judges: Wilbur Wildy, Grover Jackson, Burley Ray; alternate judges: M. R. Cisco, H. L. Woodruff, B. S. Jackson; clerks: Rush Nash, Virgil Horton; alternate clerks: M. W. Girdley, Amos Weathers. Laney's Gin, Gin Office—Judges: R. P, Kennedy, James Woodard, Floyd Anderson; alternate judges: Lawrence Woodard, W. L. McAdams, Barney Smith; clerks: V. J. Ashley, Sr., John Woodard; alternate clerks: V. J. Ashley, Jr., C. W. Bell. Stillman,, School—Judges: H. T. Bonds, Bryan Bonds, Everett Young; alternate judges: C. R. Lester, Charles Ashcraft, Fred Courtney; I clerks: Harry Bonds, C. O. Lee; al' ternate clerks: Arthur Bonds, John Padgett. Milligan Ridge, Store —• Judges: Harry Dunavanti Jr., M. D. Dennis, Bob Barker; alternate judges: Buel Wood, Jim Moyer, R. S. Schoolfield; clerks: William Holloway, Jr., C. E. Bell; alternate clerks: Earl Brewer, H. G. Endicott. Osceola Absentee—Judges: Godfrey White, G. B. Segraves, Mitchell Moore; clerks, Alene Word, J. C. Buchanan. INDOCHINA (Continued from Page 1) agreements would not be published for several days, but their contents already were generally known. Civilians on either side of the partition line will have one year to move to the other side if they desire. The French have the next 300 days to move .ut of the big northern cities of Hanoi and Haiphong. Until that day next May they will hold an enclave in the Red River Delta around those two major centers. CHERRY (Continued from Page 1) night. Today he campaigned in Hamburg, Crossett, Monticello, Bison, Warren, Camden and Frodyce. Faubus, speaking this morning- before a breakfast group in Blytheville, followed his discussion of the state audit reports of last night by attempting to puncture Cherry's claim of providing an additional five million dollars for the school system. "He inherited that five million dollars from the previous administration, and one fifth of it came from the xvelfare department," Faubus said. \ BIG SAVINGS! Gef sole prices on fceffe Wodt and While Side walls I Buy one high quality Marathon 6.00x16 tire for regular no- trade-in price of *14 9$ -you get second tire for only mianw m ** 6.00x16 UOxlS If.ioxls k50*!6 fogw >**li*firtt $14.95 14.95 18.90 20.15 W ioi lirt far owr $188* 9.88* 10.88* 11.88* wmnwui THE Jd Regular M-trnfe*) poa lit faf 6.00 x!6|$ 18.30 6.70x15 7.10x15 6.50x16 20.75 23.05 24.70 Got 2nd tire for ONtt $10.88* 11.88* 13.48* 14.2T Here, by far, « your best tire deal! During our big Goodyear Sale you save plenty on these high quality Marathons, made with Goodyear's exclusive 3-T Rayon Cord. New improved tread means longer life and more mileage. Sturdy rib design provides safer, surer traction. They're miles ahead of any tire at or near their regular prices — a sensational value at these special prices. Stop now and save! plio ux and two recappabk tires. ONLY M" A WEEK FOR TWO TIRES! Dts't w»H...ynr »\t tint »ik» fit GOODYEAR SERVICE STOR Main Phont 2-2492 1 MEM'S V $ ..*^? 111 MAIN STtUT July earance re Week PRICES REDUCED IN EVERY DEPARTMENT Including New Styles By Hart Schaffner & Marx Reg. 59.50 Now 43.75 Reg. 49.50 Now 34.75 Reg. 37.95 Now 24.75 Florsheim SUMMER SHOES Nylon Mesh and Black With White Buck Trim Reg. 20.95 Now 14.95 i3 v Reg. 18.95 Now 12.95 Reg. 24.95 ...... Now 17.50 Reg. 21.50 Now 16.50 SATURDAY IS THE LAST DAY MEAD'S 112 MAIN STRUT if^i9wW Q^^^Fw^BnSrj^Q^^W ^r rr 909^^9? v^^V^^^HVr SATURDAY IS THE LAST DAY ...YOU CAN OWN THE BEST FOR SO LITTLE MORE! WHY SETTLE FOR A SUBSTITUTE?... HALSELL and WHITE FURNITURE CO. MAIN AT DIVISION PHOHI 1-M9*

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