The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 24, 1952 · Page 10
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FACT TEW BT.YTHEVILLE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS TTEDNESDAT, DEC. 24, 1952 HAL BOYLE COLUMN— Dear Santa: How About Something Different for Ail of Us This Christmas B>- H4i/ novi.rs NEW YORK I/H — Dear Santa, I hate to criticize an oldtlmcr, but you have been getting in a terrible but the last few years. How about putting a little more originality in your gift list this season? Why not surprise everybody by giving him something unexpected for a change, something to make him really remember you? Here • re Just a few offhand suggestions, for: Blng Crosby — A now song entitled, "Qreen Christmas." Jack Benny — A fortieth birthday. John L. Lewis — An eyebrow pencil and an oil home healing unit. The television industry —. A fresh slogan, such as: "Old movies are still your best form of entertainment, and will have to bo until the film people will sell us some new ones " Secretary of Stale Acheson — A letter of reference from Sen. Joe McCarthy. Premier Mossadegh of Iran — A crying towel. The St. Louis Browns — A pen nant. Dw'ight Eisenhower — A Repub llcan visitor who doesn't want Job. Maj. Gen. Harry Vntlghan — A combat command. Winston Churchill — A tn.lt drink from the fountain of youth. should live forever. Christine Jorgensen — Nonymltj (Sh« wants it most). Harry S. Truman — A Job a muslo critic of the Washinglo: Post. Ernest Hemingway — A Nobe PriM In literature. Joe Stalin — A copy of "How t< Retire Gracefully." Albert Einstein — A new verse to explore. Marilyn Monroe — My phon number RHs Hayworth — Ditto. Hopalong Cassidy — A Jeep. H horse needs a rest. Andrei Vishlnsky — A hook c •Uquctte. Th« United Nations — One da without problems. Toots Shor — Sherman Billings Th» man in the moon — A lady •a UM moon. Oov. Thomas E. Dcwey — An autographed photo from Robert A. t»ft. AdlM I. Stevenson — A While House postcard from Iko saying, "Wish you were here." Margaret Truman — A contract with the Metropolitan Opera. John Foster Dulles — A thick kin. (He'll need It from now on.) The average man — Lower prlc- •>, a tax cut, and a way of buying eaks on (he Installment plan. The average woman — The averse man. The kids In Korea—peace. Dinette the Pony 'refers Grove to Soresome Stall DROADSTA1RS. England W 1 )— Uincttc found herself a hole In th round that .she seemed to prefe o her regular habitat as a sho\ iony. Just how she got there was a nystery, but -she was found sUuid- ng placidly In the <|iiiet of an un- iccupled—save for herself—six-foot Brave that hnd been newly dug in St. Peters Cemetery. The gravccllgeer couldn't get her to budge and called the fire bri- _ade. They came equipped with ropes, tackle and pulley blocks— l)ut one flixrnan was ingenious. Noting that Minettc's flanks were close against the grave walls, he suggested ;hey shove] earth Int6 the pit. 'As the dirt fell around her, Minette angrily stamped her hoofs, pounding the earth down and slow, ly building up the level of the grave floor. Soon she was up to ground level again, and the grave-digger faced the (nsk of shoveling all the dirt out again. NEW HOPE FOR NEAR-BLIND—Clear-Image lenses, developed by New York optometrist Dr. William Felnbloom, standing, enable this young patient to once more read a newspapci The thick, specially ground "clear-imoBc" lenses ace said to open new vlstns of vision to people with only a .fraction of normal sight. Dr. Fcinbloom estimates that Ihe lenses coulci benefit at least 150,000 limited-vision persons in the United States alone STARR GAZING Continued from Page 7 restoration of the selE-rcspect a man has lost; our Ideal of what he Is becomes to him the hope and pattern of whnt he may become. Five Are Killed In Train Wreck VERONA, Italy (I?)— At least five persons were kilted yesterday when the Milan-Venice train, filled with Christmas holiday travelers, Jumped the rails. One car was smashed to splinlcrs and fire broke out in the wreckage. Rescue crews were digging Into smouldering wreckage for 10 more feflred dead. Many were Injured. The train leaped the tracks when the wheels of a pa'ssenger coach misled an improvised switch. What we arc stretches past what we do, beyond what we possess. .: Woe unto them tlmt are wise in their own cyesj and prudent In their own sight. Ohio ranks fifth in ho production among states'of the Union. In an old manuscript in the British mu.seum the following prophecy is found; "If n Chrlfitmas Day on Thursday be. A Windy winter ye snail see, Windy weather In each week, And hnrd'tempest strong and thick. The summer- shall be good and dry, • ; Corn and beasts shall multiply. If a child born on that day shall be, It shall happen right well for he; OSCEOL& NEWS Continued, from Page T ay at her home. Mrs. Frank Wll- amfi was a guest. Following the unchcon, the menfbers exchanged hrlstmas gifts, Throughout tlie ouse, a Christmas theme prevail- d. In the games of bridge that lol- owed, Mrs. Scarcy Mears won high core and Mrs. O. T. Bcckham won econd. Personals Sister Ann France* accompanied ly Sister Vincent Marie, both teach- ns In St, Cecilia Academy In Nashville, Tenn., will arrive In Orceola Friday for a visit with Mrs. Elcctra perrln and Mrs. Spencer Gibson, who arc sisters ot Sister Ann Frances, the former Miss Kate Semmeii of Osceola. The two will remain un:11 the new year. Mr. and Mrs: Mld- :lleton Sernme.i of Morrllton. Ark., will arrive Sunday for a short visit Mrs. D. N. Morris, has arrived to spend the holidays. He atwnds Arkansas Slate College, and is president of the student body. Miss Billic Gaines Mann, who just recently was voted the' most versatile girl In Ouachlta College, is home for the holidays. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Mann. Mrs. Ed Shippen has gone to Lake Providence, La., to spend the holidays 'with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shlpiien. Mr.s. Loha Colbert Is spending Christmas in Ferriday, La., as guest of her daughter, Mrs, Leo Purvis and Mr. Purvis. She will return home Jan, 1. Mrs. Alma Morrison ant! Miss Julia Mae Morrison are spending Christmas In Blythevllle as guests of Mre, Rex Warren and Mrs. Willie Thompson. : Mrs. Vera Maxwell left today to spend Christmas with her daughter, Mrs. John Henley, and family at Brinkley. Mrs. S. G. Lockhart of Crystal Springs, Miss., was'in Osceola over WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chlcki- s;iwha District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Maurice Rush, Ptf. vs. No. 12,280 D. I. Rush, Dft. The defendant, D. I. Rush, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days In the court named -in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Ma uric* Hush. " » Dated this 23rd day ot D««mb«iv* 1952. .. Harvey Monrl», Clerk By Cherry Sue Barnw, D. O.-" William S. Rader. ally, for pltf.' r ' James Gardner, atty. ad'lltem. / 12;34-31-r7-14-> Read Courier News Clsusslfled Adj. n the Ocrrln home. Mr. Semmes Is | the week end to take her parents. a brother. Mr and Mrs. Palmer Stanton will be Christmas day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stanton, and family in Memphis. David Morris, son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. c. SKurlock, and her two nephews, Joe Lee and Marcus Stiles, back with her to spend the holidays. • • Read Courier News Classified Ads. \Vhpso that day goest thieving about, He shall be punished without doubt: And If sickness that day betide. It shall quickly from thce glide." A merry, merry Christmas from II of us to all of you. Avalanche Kills 23 Holiday Skiers VIENNA, Austria W) — Twenty- ;hrec European holiday skiers were ed Monday when nn avalanche roaring down Austria's Arlberg Pass blew their bus from n brittle and Inio a strenm 18 feet below. II was the year's biggest alpine disaster. Six of the, dead were members of British party. The rest were be- itoved to be ol German, Dutch, French, and Belgian nationality Thirteen of the dead were women. The bus carried nn estimated 30 persons. Four of the survivors were injured seriously. The driver wns not hurt and summoned workers from Lantjen, In Western Austria, where the skiers had arrived a short time before by express train. may you find yotir Christmas stocking chock-full of your fondest dicams come true . ZELLNER'S s Uo extend oe$l'wishet for a foyom and a proSperoui I lew Lyeaf ' !'•••- _JUULJULJ\JLA_- ... JLAJULA- .. HUDSON CLEANER - CLOTHIER - TAILOR t Blytheville, Arkansas Steek, Missouri times ciiftHjsc nnd we wilh time — but not so the age-old custom of extending Christmas Greetings to those whose good will and friendship we cherish and hope to maintain. T ' - lis year as always, we are happy to send you the Greetings of the season ^ with our sincere wishes for good health and joy at Christmas time and throughout Ihe New Year. Merry Christmas! 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