fourteen -BlythevIIIe (Ark.) Courier Kewg - 1tiar»a«y,,3un« *, W» ...e..••»•••••• ••• ..•••••••••••• W/LSON NEWS ,.,.... MBS. W. A. HOGAN, Jr. ..,.,. .„„...•••••••••••••••••••• Mr and Mrs. Clyde Plummer i and Mr. Trammel, end Clyde Gate of Detroit visit- - ' " ~ ed in the home of their niece, Mrs Bill Moon, Mr. Moon, Laurie and David last Thursday. Guests over the weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Trammel and Mrs. Pauline Corkran were Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Corkran of Phoenix, Ariz., and daughter, Mrs. Mike Kozel; Mrs. Floyd Wynn of Rector; and Mrs. Erhel Corkran of Flint, Mich They were joined for dinner Friday night by Bert Corkran and daughter, Carol, of Memphis; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Pierce and Paula; and Mr. and Mrs. John Pierce and Tim of Wilson. Mrs. Ethel Corkran remained in Wilson for an extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tipton, Debbie, John and Ann of Memphis spent the weekend with her niother, Mrs. Garland Trammel Mr. and Mrs. Billy White and Bill of Fulton, Miss., spent Sunday night with her sister, Mrs. W. A. Hogan and family. Their daughter, Melissa, returned home with them after spending a week here with the Hogans. Cydney Elslander of H e b e r Springs arrived Monday for a visit with Mary Snipes. Mrs. F. S. Reese is a patient in the Baptist Hospital in Memphis. Mrs. John Grain Jr. and children and Mrs. Jake Ballon and children are spending this week in Hot Springs. Joe Cullom Jr. and Jack Wilson of Osceola spent the weekend at White River on a fishing trip. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Denton flew to Fort Worth last weekend for graduation exercises at rex- Christian University. Mr. Dentoa'i lister wu a member of the graduating class. Mrs. Denton remained Cor t week's visit. Mrs. Willie Rowsey n « patient in the William E. Bowld Hospital in Memphis. Mrs. Jerry Cullom, Mrs. S. A. Regenold of Kennett, Reggie, Peggy Jo and little Jerry spent two days last week fishing at Mountain View. Laura Ellis flew to Knoxville last Thursday. Her grandmother, Mrs. P. G. Vestal, drove her to Tuxedo, N. D., where she will spend three weeks at Camp Green Cove. N. B. Ellis and daughters, Pat and Lisa, of Murray, Ky. arrived Monday for,a visit with his brother, Johnny Ellis and family. Keith Jones of Knoville arrived Saturday for two weeks with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mn. John Ellis, Libby and John B. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Perry entertained tbeir bridge club last Tuesday night at their home. Special guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Bowen of Marion, Mr and Mrs. Charles Ford, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Balton and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hogan. Preceding games a buffet dinner of barbecued chicken, ham, four-bean salad, potato salad, molded fruit salad, pickles, olives, french bread, coffee and tea was served. In games E. D. Beall and Mrs. Jerry Cullom were 'high Mao's Thinking Sells Melons By WILLIAM L. RYAN 1 AP Special Correspondent Chou Hsin-li is a district man ager of the "Shanghai Municipal Fruit & Sundry Goods Co.' He is a crashing success. "He is a success because hf sold ripe watermelons on a glut ted market. He did this 05 applying Mao Tze-tung's think ing. "on contradiction." ,.."0n contradiction" was written about Communist tactics in war, but Chou Hsin-li has found one can apply it to watermelons. - Chou wrote about this in an article entitled "Let us talk about the philosophy of selling watermelons in the big cities." It appeared in Liberation Army Daily — leading voice of a current Chinese Communist party purge — and other papers. People in high places are being purged because they do not sufficiently value Mao's thinking. It's not only in politics and the sale of watermelons, either. The Red Chinese say they won three internation table tennis tourneys by applying Mao's thinking to the problem. They've three nuclear explosions. How did they do it. They studied Mao Tze-tung's thinking. ' Mao's thinking is the battle cry of the purge aimed, as the press puts it, at "eradication of wrong attitudes. Wrong attitudes are held by revisionists who think like Russians and do not seriously study Mao Tze- tung's works. The Russians have been having a bit of fun about this at Chinese expense. • In the summer of 1963 the Municipal Fruit & Sundry Goods Co was inundated by watermelons and the staff felt "overwhelmed and simply hopeless." Watermelons rotted. * * * Came summer, 1964. Chou Hsin-li sent his staff to investigate. It was awed by the pros- ect of a 50 per cent rise in ripe summertime .watermelons. Mao had written that "there Is nothing that does not contain contradictions." .Well, says Chou, you '"make a careful analysis of the contradictions." You conclude that "the problem is in contradiction between the heavy rush of supplies in a limited period and the use of the sales force. This exposure of contradictions helped the staff to see the size and nature of the problems to be tackled." Mao had said one must "concentrate on a superior force to destroy the enemy forces one by one." 1 Watermelons were the superior force. The manager enlisted hundreds of his staff to concentrate on watermelons, forgetting tfi(£"sundry goods." They gave It the old Chinese hard sell. When he saw the watermelons selling, reported manager Chou, "It made me cry." "It made me realize deeply that the reason for our success in selling watermelons was completely attributed to the in- i- vincible might of Mao Tze- i- lung's thinking," said Chou. Prospects are for more ripe watermelons this summer than ever before. Says manager cnou: "Wei . organize the masses of cadres :- to expose full the contradiction involved in the sale of watermelons and set up a program for studying Mao Tze-tung's for those workers who are frightened at the thought of having too many watermelons to sell." WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Clesteen Robinson, Plaintiff, vs. No. 16806 Thomas Lee Robinson, Defendant The defendant, Thomas Lee Robinson, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff,' Clesteen Robinson. Dated this 1st day of June, 1966 at 10:00 o'clock A.M. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By D'onna DiCicco, D.C. Ed B. Cook, Attorney Percy A. Wright, Arty Ad Litem 6-2, 9, 16, 23 for club member*. Gueit high scoreri were Mr. tad Mn. Balton with consolation prize going to Mn. Bowen. Traveling prizes were won by Mr. and Mr a. Ford, and Mrs. Hogan. Mrs. Bob Cummings and Mrs. Henry Carr went to Little Rock last Wednesday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Cummings and Phil, II. Phil, II returned home with them for a visit. PROMOTED-Richard Dyess, son of Mrs. Sue Campbell of Elytheville, has been named manager of Morgan- Lindsey store in Homer, La. He comes to Homer from Picayune, Miss. Mrs. Amon Bowie was a special guest Thursday night when Mrs. Russie Perry entertained Club 10 Canasta members. Preceding games a fruit salad plate was served. Game winners were Mrs. Bob Cummings high, Mrs. Garland Trammel second high and Mrs. Bowie was third high. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Moore were Saturday night guest at Horseshoe Lake of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Humphreys of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Spears spent a few days last week in Florence, Ala., with their son, Carl Spears, Mrs. Spears and children. Mrs. Carl Spears and children accompanied them home for a visit. Carl Spears joined them here for the weekend and the trip home. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russie Perry Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Perry of Memphis and Mrs. Mary Griffin of Millington. I Arriving Monday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wile were his brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wiley, and his mother, Mrs. C. L. Wiley, of Lufkin, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bishop •pent Sunday In Jonesboro with her mother, Mn. Flora Douglas. Mrs, Gerald Whiteside accompanied her daughter, Victoria, to Jonesboro Sunday afternoon. Victoria enrolled at Arkansas State for summer school on Monday. Mrs. Pauline Yates, Mrs. Bernice Cummings and Mrs. Virginia Whiteside attended the Lepanto Eastern Star meeting Monday, June 5, for the Worthy Grand Matron's official visit to the Lepantb, Tyro and Marion chapters. They attended the banquet at 6:30 followed by the regular meeting at 8 o'clock. Mr. Woodrow Bohannon of Southern Baptist College at Walnut Ridge was guest speaker at the First Baptist Church Sunday for their morning service and for the commencement exercises of the Vacation Church School Sunday night. Sammie Davis spent from Wednesday until Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Davis before returning to i Harding College at Searcy for the summer term.. . . Mrs. E. D. Beall was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. She invited Mrs. J. C. Perry as special guest. During games, frozen strawberry pie was served. Arrangements of mixed 1 summer flowers were used in decorating. In games Mrs. Lynn Tranum was high scorer, Mrs. J. D. Rankin second high and Mrs. H. A. Nicholson was bridgo'win- ner. Wilson Lions Club met for its regular monthly meeting Mon- day night at Wilson Cafe. Special guests were wives of the members, Mr. and Mrs. Harper Gates of Wilson, incoming district Governor Otis Hunt and Mrs. Hunt and incoming Cabinet Secetary Herman West and Mrs. West of Searcy, Mr. Hunt served as installing officer for 1966-67 officers who are: President - C. S. Standefer Jr.; 1st vice • president • Gus Hogan; 2nd vice-president, W. J. Alexander Jr.; 3rd vice-presi- dent • R. A. Pratt; Secretary- Charles Griffin; Treasurer • B. E. Westbook; Tail Twister D. T. Dunning; Lion Tamer • Bill Moon. Board of Directors: Joe Gwyn, Charles Ford, W. A, Jones and Lev! Cissell. Wayne Bussey, president, pre- sided'at the meeting. Entertainment was by "The Razorback Trio" composed of Terry Jones, Billy Wayne Bussey-and Jack Catching, accompanied by John .Dresbacli at the piano. HELP! .Have we got troubles? Don't ask! There we were, minding our business and tending to our little distillery in our own quiet way. SUDDENLY THE ROOF FAILS IN! Overnight, everybody discovers our rare old Sippin' Whiskey. We're a hit! We're also way behind in our orders., The trouble is Ezra Brooks is so sippin' good, you buy it faster than we can deliver it. So if your liquor store is out of Ezra Brooks, take heart More is on the way. Keep asking for it. Or play it safe and leave your order. Today. It's worth waiting for. EZRA BROOKS ALSO AVAILABLE IN POPULAR, LIGHTER 86 PROOF IN THE CIRCUIT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT. ARKANSAS STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION PLAINTIFF vs. ..No. 6003 H. D. GIPSON, ET AL DEFENDANTS WARNING ORDER The defendants, Billy Gerald Hodges, Bernadine Reeder, J. W. McElroy, Mary McElroy, his wife, and Opal Edwards are hereby warned to appear in this Court and answer the Complaint of the Plaintiff, Arkansas State Highway Commission, within thirty (30) days. Witness my hand and seal this 7th day of June, 1966. GERALDINB LISTON, CIRCUIT CLERK By Betty Coats, D. C. 11:15 A.M. ROBERT H. 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