The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 27, 1953 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 27, 1953
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PACE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE'CARK.) COUTIIER NEWS Society Pat Mullins, Society Editor f rhone 4461 Country Club Is Scene of Ladies' Day Event Here Saturday marked Ladles' Day at Blytlwvllle Country Club, when on afternoon of bridge provided entertainment following a two-course' luncheon, Hostesses for the occasion Included Mrs. S, B. Tune, chofrman. Mrs, Bob Porter, Mrs. Jack Horner, Mrs. John Caudlll, Mrs. Alfiert Taylor, Mrs. L. K. Old, Mrs. Newton Whitls, Mrs. Harry A. Halnes, Mrs. I. M. Coleman and Mrs, Rlley B. Jones. Decorations for the monthly af- fali- were suggestive of the Valentine theme, seert on the mantel was an arrangement of while hyacinths tied with bright red satin, •»nd flanked by red candles In white candelabra. Japonfca in a low bowl was also used In the entertaining room Winners of the afternoon's bridge games were Mrs. Warren, first place, Mrs. Charles Aftlick, second, and Mrs. Jack Cuadra, third place Tomorrow Is Date Of PTA Meeting Tomorrow Is the dnte set for a meeting of Lango Parent-Teachers Association at 3 p.m., preceded at 2:30 p.m. by an executive board meeting. Mrs, J. C. Broke will preside In the business session, in which plans for the coming year will be miidc. Mrs. Droke has nnnouncedthat the meeting Is of Importance to each member and has urged each to be present. ' ' Mrs. Byron Moore Is In charge of the program, Miss Winnie Turner is guest speaker, and will use for her subject, "The Exceptional Child."- She Is to be Mrs. H' P. Wllllngham and Miss Alice Marie Ross. -.-:--.- • • _ Mrs. Leon Smith will give ihe national president's message, and Mrs. Robert Wade will give the devotion nl. Wonderful Wrap-Around By Sue Burnett So easy to make and wear, and a cinch to take care of is the simple little wrap-on style that serves practically for indoors and out according to the season. You'll want to sew several. Pattern No. 8924 Is a sew-rite perforated pattern In 6tees 12. 14, 16, 18. 20; 40, 42. Size 14. 3% y Br( js of 39- inch. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 375 <3ulncy St., Chicago 6, 111. Don't miss the new Basic FASHION for '53, spring and summer, it's a complete spring sen-Ing guide for i smart, practical wardrobes; gilt pal-' tern printed inside the book. 25 cents. ENGAGED — Miss Amy Claire Crook will become the late February bride of Charles Clinton Daniel of Memphis, it Is being made known- today by her parents Mr, and Mrs. E If. Crook of BurdcUe, Mr. Daniel, formerly of Burrtetlc, Is the soil of Mr. and Mrs. D. c. Daniel. Amy C, Crook's Betrothal Told Announcement Is being'made to- dny of the engagement of Miss Amy Claire Crook of Burdclle to Charles CJinton Daniel of Memphis, by the bride-elect's parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Crook, also of Burdelle. Mr. Daniel Is Ihe son of Mr, and Mrs D. c. Daniel. Miss. Crook, a Junior at Burdctte Higli School, Is a member of the PHA and 4-II Clubs, and Is director of- the New Liberty Baptist Choir. . A graduate of Burdelte High School,, where he was co-captain of the football team and a member of the basketball team. Mr. Daniel Is employed by Western Electric Coippnny of Memphis. A late February wedding Is planned. Bits of News p. er6ona.l Joe A. Orr of College Station, Tex,, Is the guest of his mother, Mrs. W. P. Orr, and his brother, w. N. Orr, and family for several days. Mrs. E. G. Lovell is conllned to her home after contacting flu. The Rev. K. C. Brown is recuperating at his home from flu. Albert Falrfleld of Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Tex., arrived home last night to be the guest of his grandmother, Mrs. W. I. Denton, for several days. Mrs. Roy H. Newland Is much injproved and will be removed today from Blythcvllle Hospital, where she hag been a patient for the past 10 days, to her home. Mr. and Mis. W. K. Francis and children, Kavanaugh, Sally, Tom Hcitdrix, and Christine of Tuscn- loosa, Ala., arc scheduled to arrive tomorrow to be the guests of Mr. nna Mrs. Tom A. Lltttc. Sr. They are coming especially for the wedding of Tom A. Lltlle, Jr., to Miss Luclla Barnes Thursday. Mrs. G. V. Daws Is now at home after having been in Memphis for the past week as a patient at Ihe Baptist'Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Bill McClure and son of St. Louis were housegucsta of Mrs. McClure's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Herbert Graham, over the week end.. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Martin and Mrs. S. P. Martin for the past week end were Mr. and Mis. Russell Simpson of New Albany, Miss. They camo especially for x dinner party Saturday evening nt the Rustic Inn In honor of Miss Katherlne Weslbrook and WUllo Dobson. . Dr. Jack Webb was a Mississippi County 'delegate U> the emergency session-of the Arkansas state Medi- cnl Society, which was held at the Lafayette Hotel In Little Rock Sunday. , Calvary Circles Hold Meetings Mrs Hubert Polsgrove <wa»Mh charge of the program, "Look, Look, Look," when members of circles Three and Foun of the Women's Missionary Union of Calvary Baptist Church held their community missions meeting. After (heir year song and repeating of the watchword, Mls.i Ellen Moore led the opening prayer. A devotional WHS given by Mrs. Leon Robertson. Those who assisted, with the pro- Brain were Mrs. Henry Berry and Mrs. Sadie Cunningham, and a skit wns given ,by Mrs. Polsgrove, Mrs. Haymond Bclknap anil Mrs. O. S. Birmingham. Miss Jean Norninn led the closing prayer. WSCS Meeting Held at Church A weekly meeting of members or the Women's Society of Christian Service of the Lnke Street Methodist Church was held last evtntng at the church. Mrs. C. T. Shamltn offered the opening prayer, and Mrs. o. J. Rogers was Introduced as a new member. Following the business session, Mrs. George Shanks gave the worship and "I Need Thee Every Hour" Trinity Baptists Meets in Homes Two 'circles of Trinity Baptist Church met at the homes of Mrs C. E. Webb and Mrs. Dnvid Mc- Fcnke yesterday afternoon w5icn 14 members attended.' Seven members ot Circle One met with Mrs. Webb. Mrs. Richard Robertson gave the opening prayer followed by the devotional by Mrs E C. Thompson and the lesson' by Miss ^Joyce Crocker. Prayer dismissed lho: group, "mill refreshments were served. Mrs. George Carney wns Introduced us a new member of Circle Two nl, the homo of Mrs. McPcak Following a prayer by Mrs. Leslie Kcnwrlghl, Mrs. J. H. Roberts gave the lesson. Mrs. C. E. Pnrks 'dismissed the meeting with prayer ani refreshments were served. ' Masterpoint Game Conducted by League Monthly mnsterpotnt game wns conducted Saturday at 1 p.m. \ Hotel Noble for members of the Dlythcville Duplicate Bridge League when Mrs. F. W Whltner and Me, P. D Poster took high honors for the afternoon. Other winners In the 4-tab!e Howell movement were Mrs. Foy Etchleson and Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins, second, Mrs. C. W. Afflick and Mrs. Matt Monaghan, third, and Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs Jim Roleson, fourth place. was sung by the group. Mrs. W. L. Green gave a prayer followed by a talk on the prophets by Mrs. Shanks. They are dismissed by singing "Just When I need Him" and repeating the Lord's Prayer. '5-OR KIDNEY FUNCTION Subnormal kidney function was improved. Bladder ruin Rod discern- Ion reduced in raoit observed :JKi after drink- ng Mountain Vil- 'ey Water. Delicioui — delivered right to you. RICHARDSON'S Super Market Ml W. Main rhone 8673 DON'T WAIT! Don I wait until you've saved up the cash la' enjoy (he convenience and economy of Natural Gas. We'll finance your Natural Gas Pipe Installation for you. Have the work done by any qualified' pipe installer. We'll pay (he hill and arrange for you to repay us on low monthly installments. Call, write, or come !n and see us for complete information on this plan that makes il easy for yon to have Natural Gas Service righl away. No obligation. Ark-Mo Power Co. Miss Bobble Oatei Monette Couple is Engaged Mr. and Mrs. nichard Gates announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Bobble Jeane Gates lo Elvis B, w. Darr of Monette. The wedding will lake place in the' latter part of February and will be performed by Rev. Guy D. Magee at the Baptist Church In Mniiiln. Miss Gates, a 1952 gradual* of Manila High School, Is an active member In the chinch and social organizations of the,, town. Mr. Darr Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Darr of Monctte and Is a 1048 graduate of Monette High School. Ho was recently discharged from the Army after serving le months In the Par East. Coming Events Tuesday Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has 1:30 p.m. meeting at the Rustic Inn. •' Wednesday Mrs. Lewis Henderson Is hostess tp members of the CIB Club Mrs. H. W.Wylle Is having .. luncheon at the Country Chib for Club Eight. Mrs. O. O. Caudlll Is hostess to members of the Town and Country Club. ' Mrs. L. E. Old Is hostesses to members of the Wednesday club. Deltonlnn Chapter of Delphian Society has 10 n. m. meeting at Hotel Noble. Chapter "D" of PEO Sisterhood has 1 p. m. luncheon at Hotel Noble Dogwood Home Demonstration Club meets. Lange PTA has 3 p.m. meeting following 2:30 p.m. executive board meeting. Thursday Euzclian Class of First Baptist Church has 7:30 p.m. meeting al church. - i ' Dorcas Class of Calvary Baptist Church has 7:30 p.m.' meeting with Mrs. Herman Maycs at 2335 Marguerite Street. Polio March of Dimes benefit card gome Is to be conducted at Hotel Noble under the sponsorship of Duplicate Bridge League. Mrs. Chester Caldwell Is hostess to members of the Thursday Contract Club T. L. E. club meets with Mrs. wll- linm Lambcit. O. E. O. Club meets with Mrs James Rogers. Mrs. O. A. Cunningham ts hostess to members of the Mtd-wcek Club. Mrs. Ben Mac White entertains members of La Nucve Club. Mrs. Robert O. McHaney Is hostess lo members of Kibitzer Club. Thursday Club meets with Mrs Bryon Morse. Friday Mrs. Russell C. Farr Is hostess lo members of the Friday Contract Club. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble beginning at 1 p. m. There are about 3000 sweat pores to the square Inch on the soles of your feet. JAH. IT, im Baptist Circles Conduct Meetings . Members and guests of five circles ot Women's Missionary Society of the First Baptist Church held community missions programs yes- lerday In the homes of members, Due to Illness omonf. the members, Circle Five postponed their scheduled meeting. Mrs. J. w. Rayder .was hostess lo seven members of circle One, and a prayer by Mrs. Alvln Huffman, jr., began the meeting. Mrs. Charles Kvans was the afternoon's program leader. Those who assisted her were Mrs. K. D. Marr, Mrs. J. W. Portlock and Mrs, Charles Newcomb dismissed the meeting with prayer. Members of Circle Two gathered at the home of Mrs. W. W. Mitchell with 8 members aletnding. Mrs. Kendall Berry offered the opening prayer, after which Mrs. I. L. Deshazo took charge of the program. She was assisted by Mrs. E. E. Stevens. Miss Cordelia WiUiitc dlsmteect the meeting with prayer. Mrs. J. T. WestbfooX entertained 6 members of Circle Three at her home. N Mrs. E. F, Blomcyer gave the opening prayer, after the' meeting was led by Mrs. Lloyd Sltckmon, progvm chairman. Mrs. Mclda Prlmm assisted Mrs. Stlckmon with the program, after which Mrs. Al- vln Huffman, Sr.. dismissed with prayer. Members of Circle Four were entertained at the home of Mrs. Russell Marr, when nine attended. Mrs. Ted King was in charge ol the program and Mrs. Clarence Johnson gave the devotional. Mrs. H. L. Halsell and Mrs. C. E. Edds took- parts of the program. Prayers by Mrs. W. M. LaFerney, Mrs. H. H. Brooks. Mrs. Forrest Moore and Mrs. Edds were offered during th* afternoon. Mrs. C. E. Johnson gave the devotional for seven members of Cbr- cle Seven at the home of Mrs. E, D. Swanncr. Mrs. Johnson was also i:i charge of the program »nd was as- ilsted by Mrs. W. M. Berryman and Mrs. Swanner. They were dismissed vlth prayer, A social hour was conducted after each meeting. pox Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission Me & 39c At All Times TUKS - WED - THURS Double Feature <OBERT YOUNG'JANIS CARTER JACKIUEm TECmtCOtOK. ••••••»*#• —I'his— CROUCHO MARX • WILLIAM BENDIX _^>^*°ON,Pii;o» £_.OENIE. IQCK H >. Also Cartoon Katie Hatton YWA Meets for Study. All members ot the Katie Halton Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church were entertained last night by Miss Pat Mullins. Miss Kntherlne We-stbrook, president, presided during the business session, after Miss Cliffie Overman counselor, offered the opening prayer. Miss Adattne Lee gave the study from "Rainbow South." After the closing prayer by Miss Mickie Alien, co-counselor, the hostess, assisted by Miss Westbrook and Miss Millie Ann Mallory served refreshments. * Legion Auxiliary To Meet Tonight A meeting ol the American Lc- glon Aux-'.liary. and Legion members has been called for tonight, to be held before their monthly socia! which has been planned for this evening, at the American Legioi: Hut. ' •: Guests for the evening's entertainment will Include wives of Legionnaires, husbands of "Auxiliary members, nnd other eligible guests If Invitations Are Few, Extend Some of Your Own Wrlles a 30-year-old wife: "I don't j "S hud the meeting., tnow what Is wrong with us as a couple, but something is. We have few. In fact, very.few, close Gsceola News By BETTY! NJULE BTAfUt Mri. PKO Prank ' Williams and Mrs. Godfrey whit* were hostestw to Chapter "O" of PEO Sisterhood Wednesday for a 1 p.m. luncheon at the home of Mrs. Williams.' Sixteen.'members were seated >t the dining table which was overlaid with an Imported lace cover. A centerpiece of blue Dutcji Iris and yellow Jonquils was flanked by burning yellow tapers. Following the luncheon Mrs. Jack Uzzell presided over the business meeting. Mrs. Herbert Shlppen headed the Pounder's Day program that high- friends. But each year we receive fewer and fewer invitations. "This past New Year's Eve, for Instance, we didn't receive a .Ingle Invitation. I know that all of our neighbors went to parties. Some or them R «th MIMctl even complained because they couldn't, go to all the places where they were Invited. What niakes us different?" That would be impossible to tell, judging from one short letter. But from the tone of the letter It ts safe guess that you are mating the mistake so many lonely people make. You are sitting around waiting for something to happen Instead of getting busy and making things happen yourself. Take the matter of New Year's Eve, for Insance. Why did you wait for someone to get the Idea of inviting you out? Why didn't you get busy ahead of time and plan a party yourself? That would have assured you of being part 6f a crowd and would have been, far more sensible than sitting home alone, feeling left out. No couple, can sit for Jang on the sidelines hopefully expecting to be Included In the social life that goes """""ml™ 299 - 85 Adams Appliance Co. Inc. Alabaman' Is Guest Mrs. Reba Davidson of Oniontown, Ala., mother of Mrs. Charlie Lowranee was the only guest at the luncheon Mrs. Frank Williams had Thursday .when the Town and Country Club met wllh her. The guests were seated at the dining table which was centered with an arrangement of mixed on around them, without meeting, with disappointment. In the long run others aren't likely to think ol entertaining them any oftcner than they think of entertaining others. s Start entertaining and you'll soon find that you are being entertained. Start offering hospitality and hospitality will be offered you In return. It's really as simple as that. _ Flowwn. AJUr a run nil Ma «f fried chicken with »11 th* to mtngs, the guesU were InriUd ; „ 'the .recreation room where table* were set up for an afternoon of canasta- Spring (lowers were much tn evidence throughout the William*' horn*. » Personal* Mr. and Mrs. Bam Coat* have moved to Hnrrlsburg after having lived In Mississippi County for th* Past 25 years. Mr. Coats will be associated with R. W. Butler Motor Co. Mrs. Wish Fletcher received word Saturday from her husband, Pvt. W. P. Fletcher, that he had arrived in Hokkaido, Japan, where he will b» stationed with the First Cavalry Division. Mrs. Fletcher Is making her home with her father, C. C. Wood, and Mrs. Wood In Pvt. Fletcher's absence. * Jli ie ^ BIylhevilk Hosptlai Dismissed Barney Shotlcy, City Mrs. W. C. Lawler, City Mrs. jack Page and baby, City Mlkie Densmore. Manila D. W. Hoke. City Mrs, Mary Lou Edward. Cooter Mrs. Clara Ncwland, City Walls Hospital Dismissed Hattie Mae Fletcher, city Mrs. Grover Jackson, City Mrs. G. T. Ingram, City Mrs. Bill Lambert, City Mrs. P. E. Widner, City Miss 'Fielder Perry, City Dewalne Miller, City Mrs. L. O. Long, City Mrs. J. K. Hockworth. City IN THE CHANCERX COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Drainage District No. 16, Mississippi County, Arkansas ................. ........ ......... Plaintiff vs. No. 12297 Certain Lands and Robert, Cireen, et al...'. ...... . .......... Defendants •NOTICE OF PENDENCY OF SUIT All persons having or claiming an interest in any of the follow described lands are hereby notified that suit is pending in the Cham-. Court for the chlckasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, " enforce the collection of certain Drainage Taxes for the years 1951 and 1052 on said lands, each supposed owner having his or her name set opposite his or her tract of 'land or lot, together with the amounts' of taxes severally due from each, to-wit: ' Assumed Name' Parts of Sections S. T. B Robert Green Lot 6 E!i NW NE Paul Hendrlxson Lot 7 E 1 ,™ NW NE W. H. Rodgers • Lot 9 EK NW NEJ H. S. Allen K'.t Lot 16 E',4 NW NE James R. Adkerson Lot 19 E',4 NW NE J. W. Smith ' " J5 17 15 17 15 17 17 A REMINDER ALL RESIDENTS.OF BLYTHEVILLE 0 W N 7 I N G CHUCKS.AND/OR AUTOMOBILES ARE REQUIRED TO H A V E A CITY 'LICENSE. SATURDAY, JANUARY 31st IS THE LAST DAY TO OBTAIN THESE TRUCK AND AUTOMOBILE LICENSE TO AVOID PAYING A PENALTY. CITY OF BLYTHEVILLE CITY CLERK'S OFFICE CITY HALL S 50' W 125' Lot 34 Eii NW NE, IT IS I J. F. Baker W 260* S 380' SW SE F, of HR except Lot 108' jc 108' SW Corner 30 15 8 O. B. Martin S 30 A SW SE 32 15 8 CITY OF LEAC1IV1LLE Hayes Addition Zebcdee Reed E 50' W 100' Jack Howard Roberta s 60' Prank Blocker ;...... R. C. Roberts N 25' O. J. Heuter 1st Addition Hollis H. Thurmond ; -. 6 - A J. G. and Frances Honnol! E 5' W 50' 7 A Acres Years Deled. Total Tax Per Year ' . 1951 1952 Lot Lot .IS Lot .75 .75 Lot .75 .7S .75 7 9 11 14 W. A. Dew Unknown Unknown J. D. Heathcock John F. D$is ...... E.'D. Jones ......... T. F. & ( Viola Gilliam Ernest Wood ....... Howard & Martha Selby i J. T. T'urnbow Elmer. Robert and Van W 15' 12 B Hcxikrr Addition 12 It Irregular Lots 8-15-8 Lot. 8 W',i NE . 8 15 8 Grace M. Jackson Addition ••-- 4 A Matthews 1st Addition ••••••••.• 10 3 11 3 Matthewi 3rd Addition :....' 3 1 4 1 Park Addition E 30' S'/t 11 C Smith Addition 1.11 13.06 1.41 39.39 .37 .50 .75 .75 .MC .14 .58 l.ll 13.03 1.07 1.07 13 14 26 31 32 11 23 24 8 9 TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY kTho£e Hilarious G.l.'s are -Starring TOM EWELL-HARVEy LEMBECK-MARi BLANCHARD A UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE SHOUTS: "Caution, Danger Ahead" and Novelty Reef R1TZ GUESTS Mr. and Airs. Norman Shields Sir. and Mrs. Hubert Seymorc Mr- and Airs. .lames Kectie and family Sfr. and Sirs. Grover Key Smiley Wii, 31-32-33 & 34 Harry N. Ash by .... 21 & '2 Viola Wilson Viola Wilson '....'.'. E. W. Johnson '.'.'.".'.' Harold J. Shaw Harold J. Shaw '.'.'.'.'. W. O. and Winnie Wilson. G. W. Partin G. W. Partin - "" SUudenmiycr Addition Harold, James, Earl. Anna & Aba Thomas, Jr ' T Harold, James, Earl, Anna & Asa Thomas, Jr. S'.i B. &, Ruth Flannigan s 33' Annie Ga bbn rds N!» Delia Myracle and Nellie Laws'.'.'....... "3 'n James L. Hollinsced s c CITY OF MANILA C. D. Ashabranner Addition James Nowlin 7 3 Henry A^habranncr Addition Charles Northlngton 12 \ Charles Northington 13 ]\ H. A. Sewell w 50' of'Lots' I. 2 ,t 3 B Lots 35-15-8 '. Russell Lot 3A NE NE Arch & Mattie Glis?on Lot 3D NE NE Irrcjiv.lar Lots 31-15-3 31 15 9 31 15 9 .75 .15 .15 .75 J25 1.48 .75 .75 .75 .75 .75 .75 .75 .75 .75 .75 1.50 . .75 .15 .75 .75 .75 .25 .39 .75 .75 ... . . . Victoria Ashabranner Lot 2E NW NE O. W. Bunch .. .. Lot 4 NW NW G. W Bunch Lot 5 NW NW 31 O. W. Bunch Lot B NW NW 31 Hershel M. Carpenter Lot 11C NW NW 31 Ernest Horsley Lot 10'SE NW 31 Ellis Glen Horner Lot 8A S'.i SW E 200.5' S 38T Original Survey to Mirll Luter Rilsy 4 g' Maggie Billings .._ o g Delana Wiseman 33 Mae-Parker !"!"" 1^4 Howard & Hazel Spencer!....'......".'.'.'.' 147 Howard A- Hazel Sp-nccr 145 Rex Castleberry W 10' ...!..! 19] Jack Tipton '""' 2 38 Parkview Addition James H. Ray N 44' i Weslend Addition Charles E. Crow Charles E. Crow Merlin Gilbert . J. W. Dunn .'.'..'...'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' Wllllford and Garrison Add'iv Emmett and Arle Jackson 3 4 5A 6 .50 .10 .40 .60 .25 .40 .40 .40 .75 .75 .75 .75 .75 .75 .75 .75 .60 .60 .25 .40 l.GO .75 .75 .75 .75 . .75 .75 .75 .75 .75 .15 Dated this 12 day of January, 1953. (Seal) < B ER Ch jDINE USTON ' CIerll: Oscar Pendler, Attorney for Drainage District "Kofi™"*' °' ° 1/13-2Q-27-2/J

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