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•PAGE TOUR (ARK:) COURIER XEWS ocie Pat MuHins, Society Editor 9 Phone 4461 Westbrook-Dobson Are Announced by Miiw Katherlne Ruth Wcstbrook has chosen.Feb. 20 HS the date (or her marriage to Willie S. pofoson, son of Mr. and Mrs, E. L. Dobson of Wilson. Jrfiss West brook is the daughter of Mr. and Mis. James Thomas Westbrook. , Vows will be pledged before the Rev. E. C, Brown at the First Baptist Church at seven o'clock In the evening, , . A program of nuplta! music will be presented by Mrs, Kdynr Okrn of Little Rock, vocnllsL, ami Mrf. C. Murray Smart, organist. Serving Miss West brook n* maid of honor will be Miss Rosana Cleveland,' while matron of honor will be Mrs. Jimmy Branscum. Lighting topers In the sanctuary will be Miss Marian Ma yes and Mrs. Clyde Pnttnn. Bridesmaids include Miss Nora Sfmpson, Mrs. Tomtnie West brook. Mrs. Bill McClure of St. Loula, Mo.. Miss Blllie Jane Hodgcrs, Mrs. BUly Joe Gean, and Miss Dorothy Dob*on.. Serving"Mr. DoUson as befit man will be Joe T. Robertson. Ushers include Jimmy Brfmscurn. HusiOll Simpson, Herman Story Jr., James Weitbrook, Robe r t Pii r tie, Robert Wcstbrook and Elmer Dobson. Sherrie Overman will be flower girl and Scott Btites, cousin of the Wadding Plans the Bride-Elect bride-elect of Pine Bluff, Ark., will servo as ring bearer. • Following the wedding, a reception will be held in the dining room of the church, when Mr. and Mrs. Weslbrook will enterlnin. Miss Maxlne Hill will preside nt the guest book. Others assisting In entertaining will Include Mrs. Robert Westlirook, Mrs. J. I,. Wcst- bronk. Jr., Mrs. Russell Simpson, the loriiier Miss Katharine Martin of New Albany, Miss., Mrs. Robert. S. Oarrctt. (he former Miss La Vonnc Porllock, Miss Palrlcia Multins, Miss Lounell Overman. Miss Cllffle Overman. Miw Geneva Shibley and Miss Millie Ann Mai- lory. Pre-nnptJn) events for Miss Westbrook Include a ten given last Sat- nrdny by Mrs. J. W. Raydcr, Mrs. Curtis Bennett, Mrs, Tert King, Mrs. Albert EncJcrlin: a party to be given tonight by Mrs. Fred Copcland and Mrs. Roy Woods; a dinnerparty to be given at the Rustle Inn Saturday by Mrs. Robert S. Garrett, Mrs. Jimmy Branscum, Miss Rosana Cleveland, .ind Miss Nora Simpson; a breakfast Fob. 7 at the homo of Mrs. Clyde Patton the former Miss Lcta nose CastUo; and a party Fell. 12 given by Miss Maxlne Hill and Mrs. Jerry Morgan. _. _uella Barnes Is Honoree at Shower Given at Dixie Pig Miss LnelEn Barnes was complimented last nlfjlit at the Dixie Pig )rlve-In by Mrs. Robert B. aarrett, and Miss Vera Goodrich with R miscellaneous shower. Miss linrnes Iz the bride-elect of Tom A. Little, Jr., and will be nanlcd Jan. 29 at the First Methodist Church. Canasta and bridge provided the evening's entertainment, in which Vve tables of guest* participated. Marking each place was a mfnla- 'ure brides bouquet nml tallies car- led the.bridal motif. Marking the honorec's place was a corsage of pink sweetheart roses, which she pinned at the shoulder of her white and gold brocade rock, , Winners of the card games were Mrs. Slan Bell, who won first plate n bridge and brlilgo, nml Miss Billle Sue Burks, who won first [»]ace in canasta. Special guests for the event were Mrs, Tom A. Little, Sr,, and Mrs. T, J. Barnes. A dessert course was served during tho evening. Altar Society Has Installation Thirty members of the Altar Society of the Immaculate Conception Church met at the school hall yesterday for «n Installation of new officers. Mrs. Max Isaacs, program chairman, arranged the ceremony, at which the Rev. Amos Enderiln and the Rev.,Francis B. CoLevecIo served as Installing offlceVs. Officers Included Mrs.:R. J. Mc- Rinnon, president; Mrs, Ronald Vail, secretary; and Mrs. Mtuiln Trenkle. treasurer. The Rev. Mr. Coleveclo replaces the Rev. Joe "Wenger, who was transferred to Fort Smith.' Mrs. Pat Corrigan served refreshments' following the. business session. Miss Florine i f jarboe received attendance prize. Yarbro WSCS Meets in Home Members'of IVie • Women's Society of Christian Service of .the Methodist Church of Vnibro met Ht the home of Mrs. Bailey Tnrpley, when IS 1 attended, Mrs, Glen Bunch, who was In charge of the program, gave a talk on the Beatitudes nnd concluded .with a prnyer. Mrs, Denny ""Hammond • presented the devotional, vhtch .vrtis closed with » prayer by Mrs;-Carl Burton, Following Ji brief business session, the group wns dismissed for a social hour, in which ' the hostess served refreshnierit-s. Baptist Women Meet in Home Eleven members and one guest. Mrs. Alien Hushing, attended a meeting of Circle Seven of the Women's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church at the home of Miss Jewel Lee. Dr. Edna Nies began the meeting with a prayer. Following a business meeting, the program ''Baptist Women Around the World." was given by Mrs. Joscphme Fiollison. Mrs. Thelma Atkinson, Mrs. Jolm Tyrone, Miss Hazel Brnnncn, Mre. Martha Brooks and Mrs. n. c. Walls assisted. Following dismissal by prayer, re- frr.shmeuls were server). Sorority Dinner Held in Osceola •Mrs. J. 3. McCantz, Mrs. Clarence GrJgsby and.Mrs. M. T. fiiirns entertained 12 members of the 7,eta Chapter of Delta Kappa Qamma at dinner Saturday night In the Mc- Cnntz home In Osceola. Ml.ss Minnie Poster was in charge ot the program. "Intel-cultural Appreciation, a Means of Harmonious Relationship." Jack Duclos of Osceola, who participated In Hie.international Farm Youth Exchange program last summer, discussed his four.months stay in Italy. : : Following the program, Mrs. Otis Shepherd, .president, conducted a business • session In which plans wero made for a Joint meeting of the Zela chapter with the Alpha Chapter of Wilson In February. Guests included Mrs. John Duclos and Mrs. Frank Robertson. Christian Women Have Meeting Following an executive board meeting, members of the, 1 ChrLstfon -Wonieji'A Fellowship of the First Christian Church held" a general meeting yestminy afternoon with 32 attending Mrs. j. c. EIHs, vice president presided In the absence of Mrs. W D. Cobb, Mrs.•'James Rninwnter -told iir Evnngellsm alory find concluded i; with prnycv. In group count, Faith Group wns rcpresentcd by four members and Hope Group by seven members. Following the missionary benediction, Mrs. R. D.'DccItimii served refreshments. Auxiliary Meets At Hotel Noble Mis. O. O. llardaway wns hostess last night at Hotel Noble to nicm- ilicr.s of the Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church when Mrs. A. G, Shibley pre-sldec In the absence of Mrs. L. P. Hubener. . Following a business discussion Mrs. S. S. Patterson giwc the evening's program, which was a revieu of "Inside 2BI." Mrs. Lcroy Hnd- dleston gave the benediction and a social hour was conducted in which refreshments were sprml. TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY The Most Popular Sea Story of Our Time "^ ,s>v ^TECHNICOLOR COW'SIA PICTURES storting Rhonda REMING-Sterling HAYDEN «« HOfMMattR •»«!( SUTON ( ./^t, : ». *,,„ i, mm t HM . h* „ „ „», „ M PLUS: Sport Reel ami Novelty Keel R1TZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Noljle Gill and family Miss Irene Crowder Mr. anri Mrs. Hardy Crawford ,Jr. Mr. and Mrs' Cecil l.usk nnd family Calvary Baptists Meet'in Homes- Circles One and Two ot Calvary Baptist Church met al the home of Mrs. n. J,,Font]ren last night lor Hlble Study. The opening prayer was given by Mrs. Jack Attavvay. Mrs, Darrcli I.u'uforil directed the Bible .Hudy. heard by the 11 niem- >ers, two new members, and one BiiesL New members are Mrs. Hugh Wheat, and Mrs. H. H. O'Neal, and [he guest wns Mrs, Emma Cobb. Mi«. H, R. Smolhers, pro.sidoiU, presided and nave the closing prayer. Thirteen me::;bcrs nf Circle Five let with Mrs. Helen Hamilton with 2 guests, Mrs. Helen Rllhte, and Mrs. Mnry Haunt. ftlr.». Jim Davis ireslded rind Mrs, A. D. Priest gave ,hc Bible study and closed the meeting with prayer. Mrs. Enlrv Le.wlfi IMS hostess to members of Circle Six. Opening jrayer was by Mrs. Ona Peoples an<l Mrs. Cana Prnllt. directed the business session. Closing prayer was by Mrs. Tom Srnalley. Following each program, refreshments were servec by the hostess. Coming Events We lines day Central • PTA hns.2:30 p.m. exe cutive board ''meeting, followed b regular meeting at 3 p.m. Miss Vern Goodrich entertain members of the GIB Club. .Mrs. O. O. Poclz has Club Elgh mccttnt? at her home. Town aliH'-Gountry Club meet with Mrs. R. c. Rose. Thursday Mrs. Aubrey Conway entertain members of the Mlcl-Wcclc Olnb. Duplicate Bridge League ha meeting at Hotel Noble, TLE Club meets with Mrs. J. F Scrape. Mrs. Jauicx Hojcrs entertain members of the OEO club. Meeting to Be Held Order of Rainbow for- Girls wi meet loniRlit at 7 o'clock for a pot luck supper nt ihe Mnsonlc Tempi followed by instulliUlon of officers The Installation will be open to th public. ; Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission Me '£ 39c At All Times TUKS-\VED-THURS Double Kenture * REAGAN *HEISON DDK QfFOSfc-r-piuu muiiR-unict »i»wt JANE RUSSELL VICTOR MATURE THE US.IBBa» ..!».•,», VINCENT PRICI ALSO CAKTOON TUESDAY, JAN. M, IMt CKI,E1(IIATE COMIIiN ANNIVKRSAKY - Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Haynes celebrated their golden ahnireraary Sunday at their home at 1810 West Ash street, when they entcrtnlueil with an open house. The, llayne.s, who have made their home here for the pnsi 35 years, have a son, William llaynes, and a daughter, Mrs, fiena Lott, both of Blythe- vllle. They have five grandchildren and two great grandchildren. (I'huto hy O'S(e«n) <atie Hatto'n YWA Conducts Meeting M!.« Millie Ann' Mallory was hos- css.last. night to members of the Katie Hatton Young Women's Aux- Hary of the First Baptist Church, :hen all members and counselors ttcnded. Mt/s Kalherlne Westbrook pre- iided in ihe business session, a n d Miss Tat Mullins gave Ihe opening iraycr. Miss Mallory gave the dc- 'Otlonal and was program leader or tire evening. Those on program were Miss Louncll'Overman, Miss Cllttle Overman, Miss Maxlne Hill. Miss Adaline Lee and Miss Mullins. The closing prnyer was offered by Miss Westbrook. -Jli ie **tH6pi Blythevllle Hospital Dismissed: Joe Martin, city. Walls Hospllal Dismissed: . ... LaGrone Whittle, city. ' Mrs. C. L. Bell, city. 50 Attend Lecture By Mrs. T. R. Husk Mrs. Thomas H. Husk of th. American Leprosy Mission spoke a the First Christian Church las night to an audience of more than 50 people. She gave a.slide lecture on th. leprosy colonies of Belgium Congo. A reception wns given for her following the program. Mr. and Mr«. W. >'. McCann lelt •aturda yfor a two weeks vacation n points ot Interest in Florida. While there they will also visit rel- atlve.1. Mrs, c. a, Hedman and Jim Trimble are in Washington for the Inaugural activities. While there, they are gueets of Mr. Trimble's father. Congressman James Trimble. Mrs. John B. Walker is confined a her home with flu. Her condition U reported satisfactory. R. D. Hughes, Jr., of Wichita Kails, Tex., Is expected to arrive home to morrow to spend several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs R. D Hughes, Sr. Bob Smith Is attending business meetings In Memphis several days thts week. Miss June Veach, student at Mem' phLs Stale College v,'as unable to return to school yesterday because of Illness. §he is at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raydo Veach Mr. and Mrs. w. O. Boone spent the week end in Memphis. Jan Mullins is confined lo her home on Dougan with Shi. Joe R, Price has been initiated into the PI Kappa Alpha fraternity at Memphis State College. ritOFOsicn KUIIGET OF KXI'KNDITURES TOGETHKH WITH TAX LEVY FOR FISCAL VGAR JULY 1, 1954, TO AN'1> INCLUDING JUNE 30, 1D55 The Board of Directors of Dyess School District No. 58 of Mississippi County, Arkansas, in compliance with the reqtiiremente of Act 103 of 1051 and of Amendment 40 to the Constitution of the State of Arkansas, have prepared, approved, and hereby make public the proposed budget of expenditures together with the tax rate as follows: General Control, J1850; Instruction, $46,830; Operation of School Buildings, $5900; Maintenance of School Plant and Equipment, J1000; Auxiliary Agencies (including transportation), $1,250; Fixed Charges. 51250; Capital Outlay, $«E84; Debt Service $3188. To provide for the foregoing proposed budget of expenditures the Board ot Directors proposes a tax levy of 40 mills. This levy includes OsceoiaNews Br BETTrc -VELLt gTAKK Mil* Honored First in a series of events honor- Ing Miss Evelyn Jean Pigg, bride- elect of Lt. Guy Newcomb, was the buffet supper given by Mrs. Tal Tongate and Mrs. Ed Wiseman at the country home of Mrs. Tongate. The 30 guests were invited Into the dining room where a lace covered table was centered with an arrangement of pink and white carnations Interspersed with loops of pink illusion. Flanking the center- Piece were pink tapers In branched silver candelabra. Following the meal, (he guests played bridge and canasta In the living room where early spring blossoms of blue Dutch Iris and pink tulips were placed on various tables. Winning In the bridge games were Mrs. Car! Anderson, high, Mrs. Bebe Lei'ensteln second, Mrs. Billy Barker, low. Mrs. J. A. Pigg was high winner In the canasta Dailies. Miss Pigs; chose for her first party an early -spring /rock of navy blue faille which featured n cowl neckline and turned back cuffs in white pique, with this, she wore a the present continuing levy for the retirement of present Indebtedness. GIVEN this 19 day of January, ,1953. BOARD OP DIRECTORS, Dyess School District No. 68 of Mississippi County, Arkansas Sidney Christman. President J. C. Largdor, Secretary v«bl» tngor*. • : Un. Roland Green of Biyttovill* " W. Whltworth and Mri. Balleau. wtr* irpecuLl to Mr:. J. George guests. Miss Library Eula McDougal, librarian, extends an invitation to the publla to view the religious display at th« library which will be shown through January, Included In the display Is a long- playing record which teUs the ito- rlcs of (he 12 Jewish holidays in song, a display of Jewish prayer books, a scroll, which Is called, "Sefer Torah" and contains the lirst ' five books of the Bible in the original Hebreiv, and "the anniversary edition of Hurlbut's story of the Bible which contains 16 paintings and 160 illustrations In colors. Fulton Oursler's two renown books. "The ' Greatest Story Ever Told" and "The Greatest Book F.ver Written" have just been received at the library In time for this display. Miss Blanche Cleere was hostess to the four table supper club when it met Tuesday night at Cramers. Following the supper, the guest were taken to the home of Mr. J. H. Hoolc where the evening was spent In playing bridge. Guests playing with the members were Mrs, w. E. Hunt, Mrs. Wert Steed, Mrs. V Horace Moore and Miss June Rhoades Mrs Harry Driver won high score, Mrs, John SV. Edringlon second, and Miis. Hugh Allan, bridgo. Personals Mrs. C. E. Sullenger, Mrs. J. H. Hook, Mrs. J. H. Lovevvell and Mrs. Charlie Hale left Saturday by automobile to visit Belllngrath Gardens In Mobile, Ala., and to spend a few days In New Orleans. QUICK QUIZ in PAIN RELIEF QUESTION: Why do millions reach first for St. Joseph Aspirin to relieve discomfort of headache, muscle aches, pain and feverlshness of colds? ANSWER" Because St. Joseph Aspirin is "aspirin at its best," pure, dependable, fast acting to bring greater comfort in record lime. ASPIftlN - - \Ve to did some good social drinking. Then the day arrived when liquor was no longer a soci.'il lubricant but an absolute necessity. We who were fhen possessed with shakes, cold sfreals and jid.crs flocked together and did a fine job of drying up. J it WLt At I /• x 'A ^^TtconoLLc6 ~/\/'i 9 It is a non-scclarian group of men and women who had an honest desire to break away from habitual drinking, and who joined together 1 in fellowship, secured a charier from the Alcoholic Foundation in New- York City (known nationally as Alcoholics Anonymous with a membership of over 450,000 men and women in all walks of life). , Membership in the A A is open to any true alcoholic who will just IN THE CHANCERY COIJKT FOIt THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTV, ARKANSAS Drainage District No. 16, Mississippi County. Arkansas ,. Plaintiff VS. No. 12297 Certain Lands and Robert, Green, et al Defendants ,' NOTICE OP PEXDENCV OF SUIT All persoiis having or claiming an interest in any of the following lescribed lands are hereby notified that suit is pending. In (he Chancery 3ourt for the Chlckasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, to enforce the collection of certain Drainage Taxes for the years 1951 and 1952 on said lauds, each supposed owner having his or her name set opposite his or her tract of land or lot, together with trie amount* of taxes severally due from each, to-wit: Assumed Name Parts of Sections S. T. R. Robert Green Lot 6 E!4 NW NE n 15 Paul Hendrlxson Lot 1 E!i NW NE n '15 W. H. Rodgers. Lot 0 E',4 NW NE 17 IS 8 Lot H. S. Allen • N!i Lot 16 E',4 NW NE 17 15 8 James H. Atlkersan Lot 19 B)i NW NE 17 15 s Lot J. W. Smith S 50' W 125' Lot 34 E',i NW NE 17 15 8 J. F. Baker «' 260',5 S 380' SW SE E of RR except Lot 108' x 108' SW Corner 30 15 81 O. B. Martin S 30 A SW SE 3! 15 8 C1TV OF I.KACHVILLK Hayes Addition ' Zebedce Reed E 50' W SOU 1 1 2 • Jack Howard Roberts S 60' '9 3 Frank Blocker , ...... "n .3 R. C. Roberts N 25' 14 5 , O. J.,Heuter 1st Addition '; Hollis H. Thurmond ....'.'.".... 5 A J. G. and Prances Koniioll E 5' W 50' 7 A W. A. Deiv W 15' 12 B Hooker Addition 12 Acres Years Delqt. Total Tax Per Year 1951 1953, Lot Lot .75 .75 .75 .75 Unknown Unknown J. D. Heathcock John F. Davis .. Irregular Lots 8-15-8 : Lot 8 W.L. NE 8 15 Grace M. Jackson Addition 1.11 13.06 .75 .75 .15 1.41 39.39 .37 .50 .75 .75 '.68 .14 .58 1.11 13.06 lake one simple first slcp lo stop ilrinkiujr! a definite and wholehearted decision to try Thousands of Others Have .Made the Grade — and So Can You! No. your reasons and excuses for continual drinking are not one bit different from any of (lie thousand and one "explanations" each one of our present members made before they came, into the AA. They too' Victoria Ashabranner tried 'everything"—doctors, cluirclics and cures. Then they found them- o..w. Bunch selves. lliroiiRh ex-drinkers who just naturally know all the'answers. Matthews 1st Addition E. D. Jones 10 1 T. F. & Viola Gillinm : u i Matthews 3rd Addition Ernest Wood 3 i Howard & Martha Selby 4 t Fark Addition J. T. Turnbok E 30' S% 11 O Smith Addition Elmer. Robert and Van : Smiley W!4 31-32-33 & 34 A Harry N. Ashby 21 & 22 B Viola Wilson . 13 r> Viola Wilson 14 D E. W. Johnson 26 D Harold J. Shaw 31 F. Harold J. Shaw -32 E W. O. and Winnie Wilson 11 o G. W. Partin 23 H G. W. Partin 24 H Staudcnmayer Addition Harold, James, Earl, Anna & Asa Thomas, Jr 1 A Harold, James, Earl, , Anna &; Asa Thomas, Jr. S 1 ^ 8 A B. & Ruth Ftannigan S 33' 9 A Annie Gabbards N'.i 9 B Delia Myracle and Nellie Laws 3 c James L. Hollinseed 6 C CITY OF MANILA • C. D. Ashabranner Addition^ James Nowiln ., 7' 3 Henry Ashabranner Addition Charles Northtngton 12 A Charles Nortliington 13 A H. A. Sewell W 50'ot Lots 1, 2 & 3 B Irregular Lois 36-15-8 Prank Lee Lot, 3 NE NE . J. W. Russell Lot 3A NE NE 36 15 8 Arch & Mattio-GIIsson Lot 3D NE NE Irregular Lots 31-13-9 Lot 2 E NW NE 3J Lai 4 NW NSV 31 G. W. Bunch Lot 5 NW NW 31 1.07 - 1.07 .75 .75 .75 -.75 AA. as we call our work, provides a simple hut sound program that e'rnest HorsTcy*?' anyone can follow through, if he or she really wants fo. Yes, it's as simple! Ellis Glcn Korn « ns nil thai! I-'or each one of us has been through Ihe mill. Some had been drinking for only a few years, others for as fang as thirty years. And yet mier nilcy we made the grade, and so can you. Your Willingness to Cooperate Is All That Is Needed G. W. Bunch Lot 6 NW NW 31 Hershel M. Carpenter Lot 11C NW NW 31 Lot 10 SE NW 31 Lot 8 A S',-1 SW E 200.5' S 38T Ortgtlnal Survey to Manl'a Maggie Billings Delana Wiseman Mae Parker Howard & Ha?,cl Spencer Howard & Hazel Spencer... Rex 'Castlebcrry W 10' James H. Ray Here in fellowship with other AA's you will find complete, perfect understanding. We talk your language. There are no "period" pledges, no commitments and no promises, except those that you make to yourself. Membership with us, however, offers you a new lease on life that :£, har ! ES f; c ^' will help restore you to normalcy and to your normal place in life. Y\ e know what you have been through, and arc going through right now. \Vc know how you have tried time and again to slop. How your friends and relatives hnvc tried to liqlp, but their efforts loo have fa'ilcd. Jitit hcYe we understand your problems, for we have found their solutions in AA. j >So, if you really w.vit to quit — if you can he honest with yourself, that s all you need (n start with. Your loral Alcoholics Anonymous erou» Ark. 28 33 124 H7 . 14B 191 .lack Tipton 238 Parkview Add'n N 44' 1 Wcslend Addition I 3 4 1! 12 12 14 17 1 3 4 5A 6 .75 .75 .75 .37 .75 .SO .10 .40 .25 .40 .40 AO .75 .75 .15 .75 .75 .75 .75 .75 .76 .75 .75 .75 1.50 .75 .75 .75 .75 .25 .39 .75 .75 .60 .60 .40 1.60 .75 .75 .75 \75 .60 .75 .75 J. W. Dunn WilHtord Garrison Add'n Emmett and Arte Jackson I 1 .73 All persons, firms and corporations Interested In said lands are hereby notified that they are required to appear within four weeks and make ttclense to said suit, or the same will bs taken for confessed and final judgment will be entered directing the sale of said lands for the Purpose of collecting said taxes, together with the payment of Interest, penalty and costs allowed by law. Dated this U da>' of January, 1953. OERALDINE LISTON, Cterk Mloruey Ior 1/13-20-27-2/1

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