The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 22, 1951 · Page 2
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PAOI TWO BLYTHEVTT.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS iATORDAY, SEPTEMBER «, 1981 Neutd. Bits of News I J*M Shelton. Society Editor Phou* 4461 Mis* Shelton's Betrothal Is Being Told Today Mr. «nd Mrs. W. T, Shelton arc today making known the betrothal of their daughter, Miss Joy Dean Shelton to Nelson Dean Edens. Mr, Edena U the son of Mr. and Mrs, Z. A. Edens of Armorel. Miss Shelton Is a member of the senior claw of Blythevllte High School where she Is a participant in' extra-curricular activities and \» serving as class treasurer. An alumnus of Manila High School, Mr. Edens was a member cf' the school band and Is now engaged in'farming with his father at Armorel. Plans for the November nuptial exchange will be revealed later. • * • Dinner at Hotel Noble Concludes Bridal Events Mr. and Mrs. Horace E. Moore, 8r., of Memphis last night entertained with * rehearsal dinner in the Mirror Room of Hotel Noble to conclude the whirl of event* feting Miss Sarah Adelle Hook of Osceola who will be married this afternoon at 4:30 to a Horace E, Moore, Jr. of Memphis and Corona, Tenn. Dinner followed the rehearsal held In the First Presbyterian Church of Oaceola. The long table at which the 12 bridal party members and guests w*re seated was Adorned with twin basket* from which brimmed carnations and tuberoses. Loops of freetiery extended the length of the table to join the baskets. For the occasion, Miss Hook chose. •> trouueau model of black made of I two .piece design and worn with| flame accessories. She was presented red carnations. I Mrs. J. H. Hook, mother of the bride selected a model of black crepe, spangle trimmed and combln. ed with touches of heaven blue. The hostess, Mrs. Moore chose a terrace } length gown also of black. Gift* were presented members of the bridal party by the couple. The groom's gift to the bride was told when Miss Hook's napkin opened to reveal keys to a new car. Guests Included Mr. and Mr*. R. C. Bryant of Osceola, Mrs. R. 8. Porter of Lel&nd. Miss... Dr, and Mrs. Robert S. Hough of Memphis. Dr. Hough, minister of the First Presbyterian Church in Memphis, will officiate at the ceremony. » » • • Morning Party Honors New Zealand Visitor -A oiffee ye»terday morning at the home of Mrs. Dick W»t*on .complimented New Zealand visitor, • Mrs. r Rosemary Clarke, what has been spending three months here. Mrs. Clarke will leave tomorrow lor her home In Aukland. Autumn blooms decorated the reception and egtertalning rooms and throughout the morning party foods '»nd coffee were served the ' IS guests, who called to bid 'hon voyage' to the honoree. Mrs. Clarke was presented with ft fift from her hostess. • * • • Guest Meets With Club At W. Thomas Home Mn. John Cox was the only guest last night with members of the Btlteh and Chatter Club for the bl • monthly evening of varied acttvl- Os«. Mrs. Wesley Thomas was hos ttu it her home to the club and gyeatft for an evening of quilting followed by parly games In which Mr«. Ray Johnson and Mrs. Frank Perkins won prizes. Mrs. Thomas served a dessert eours*. • • • At The Hosoitals Blrtherinc Hospital Dismissed: C. C. Woodard. Dell William Herman Nance. Jr., Manila Mrs. Howard Cnldsvell, City Mrs. W. R. Raney and baby, Coot er O. D. Bond, Cooter Walls Hospital Dismissed: Fat« Wallace, City Joann Tale, Rt. 4 Mrs. S. P. Martin. City Clay Matthews, Rt. 3 20 Guests Attend Party -lonoring Diana Whittle Twenty guesU were Invited to he home of Diana Whittle, daugh- er ot Mr. and Mrs. Dene Whittle, 'esterday for an afternoon of par- y games to mark Diana's second birthday. The afternoon was spent Informally In the entertaining rooms after which the birthday cake bearing he letters, "Happy Birthday. Diana" was cut and served with Ice ENGAGEMENT TOI.n—Miss Joy Dean ahelton's engagement tc Nelson Dean Edens Is told today by the bride-elect's parents, Mr. an Mrs. W. T. Shelton. A November wedding Is planned. Mr. and Mrs, Jack Reed announce he birth of a son, Ricky Dale, •hursday at Walls Hospital, He is he couple's second child, they have * RUTH MILLETT * People Relax in Different Ways, So Be Open-Minded B; HtlTH HII.LETT, NBA SUM Writer News Item with a Dallas; Texas, after a golf ball when Its too hot cream, Balloon favors <vere presented Ihe guests. Mrs. Whittle wns a.visted In nerving by Mrs. Bill Boswell and Mrs. Bill Rakcstrnw. •. * - • 'ageant-Election Highlights Session Mrs. W. I. Dcnton wns elected president of the LadlM Bible Class of First Methodist. Church at a business social meeting of the group held yesterday afternoon at the chuch. The election of officers was followed by a pageant on Women of the Bible. Twenty five class members nnd guests, Mrs. Daisy Hicks of Los Angeles, houseguest of Mrs. B. P. day, Mrs. W. W. Akenheart of Little Rock who Is visiting Mrs. Cal Cios- sett and Mrs. Henderson Hall attended. A devotional by Mrs. Akenhead preceded the program of Bible women directed hy Mrs. Bess Stanton. Appearing in costume to depict the various characters were MrS! A. C. Haley. Mrs. J. G. .Sudbury, Mrs. M. G. Goodwin, Mrs. Frank Webb, Mrs. S. Mosley and Miss Sue Osment. Mrs. Webb, vice president, conducted the business session following which officers were named. Others to serve with Mrs. Denton are Mrs. Stanton, first vice president; Mrs. N. W. Kyle, second vice president: Mrs. L. M. Burnett, secretary; Mrs. E. E. Hardin, treasurer; Mrs. E. A. Huntley, pianist; Mrs. Belle Wood, assistant pianist; Mrs. O. L. Ganske. song lender; Mrs John Foster, teacher; Mrs. Haley, assistant teacher. Prayer by Miss Osment closed the session after which the hostesses, Mrs. Stanton, Mrs. Foster. Mrs. Stun Hhoadcs. and Mrs. Lose Moreland, served refreshments. Music Department Conducts First Fall Meeting Committee* were named and work for the year discussed yesterday af- :ernoon at the first meeting ol the lull season of the newly formed Music Department of the Woman's :iub. Mrs. Harold Davis, president, led the discussions which opened with a report by secretary, Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe, Named by Mr*. Davis to head committees were Mrs. Colemim Stevens, program; Mrs, Ney Hunt, hostess; Mrs. Dale Brlgg& and Mrs. Worth Holder, »lepho»4 and-, Mrs. H. G. Bush, treasurer. "' It was announced Iliac membership In the department was opened to any Woman's Club member. A finance committee composed of Mrs. J. p. Friend, Mrs. John C. McHaney-and Mrs. J. F. Owens wns appointed tp~sugge.st money-raising projects. "•"";.. f . A program of square dnnctng by students of Lunge. Central and junior high school students under the direction of Mrs, Lillian Frank concluded the session. Refreshment. 1 * were served from B single table which was topped with a floral study of fall blooms. Harmonizing bouquets were set about ihe club to complete the sotting. Mrs. Alfred Vise, Mrs. Hunt nnri Mrs. Kendall Berry were hostesses. son, Gary Wayne, Mrs. Reed is he former Miss Lois Poff. Sgt. Clyde Southern, who Is sta- loned at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., the weekend guest of his parents, lr. and Mrs. Gordon Southern of Steele. Sgt. Southern is en route to Ford Knox, Ky., to begin Officers Candidate School. AfaJ. Tom Phillips, who has spent he past three years in Welsbaden, iermany, and Ankara, Turkey, will rrlve t"night to be the houseguest if his uncle and aunt, Mr. anrf Mrs, Jernard Good* and to visit other BlythcvlJle relatives. Major Phillips, who formerly lived in Blytheville, is enroute to Las Vegas, Nev., to Isl this parents while his wife, who las been abroad with him Is vlslt- ng her family In Florida. Mrs. naLsy Hicks of Los Angeles, Calif., Is the houseguest of Mrs. B, Gay. •" Mrs. E. O. Harper of Humboldt, ienn., arrived ye.sterd ay to spend week as guest of her son, William Ellis, and family. Charles Henderson, son of Mayor and Airs, Doyle Henderson, will leave tomorrow for Vanderbilt, Nashville, to begin his senior studies. Ectwnrd Lee Pipkin has returned to St. Louis after several days visit with his mother, Mrs. A. J. Pipkin nnd sister Mrs. Leonard Phillips. Mr. Pipkin will enroll at Wnshtng- lon University as a freshman. He recently was awarded a .four year honor scholarship. The Rev, Eugene Schnltz, minister of the Number Nine Baptist Church, has" enrolled at Southern Baptist College, Walnut Ridge. He will continue his work with the Number Nine Church. Hamilton Little of Memphis Is the weekend guest of his parents, Mr and Mrs. A. G. Little. Mrs. B. P. Martin was re mo vet o her home on West Main yester- fay afternoon from Walls Hospita where she had undergone treat' nent for a week. date line: "A husband's plea that his wife b« rationed to one comic book dally because they Interfer- rcd with her household duties has been denied by Peace Justice Bill Rlchberg." Reading further In the story, you find the wife's reply to the husband's charge: That she needed to read comic books to relax. Her reply may sound abcurd to women who find their relaxation In more' Intellectual or worthwhile ursuluv But who Is to say how anybody se should get relaxation— even * usljand or a Judge? Plentj of women fall to under- .and how their husband's get re- axatlon from sitting In a boat In le broiling sun hour after hour hile the fish refuse to bit«, or rouching In a blind hoping to get shot at a lew ducks, or trudging liquidated damagei If he Is the successful bidder and fails to complete the purchase. Other checks will be returned promptly. The District reserves the right to reject any and all bids. For further Information address the undersigned. GIVEN this IT day of: September, 1951. WILSON SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 26 OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS By J. H. Grain, President And J. E. Grain, Secretary 9[22-2»-10;« Cominq Events Social Calendar Beta Chi Class of First Presby terlan Church has social at the J E. Beasley home, 1217 Chickasa'A ba, 8 p.m. Uvke Street Methodist Circl meet— Circle One at the church a 7:30 p.m. Circle Two at the churc at 2:30. .- • : ' Tuesday • Mrs. H, N, Whitia entertainln Trl-Town Club. CouJjtry Club -.Duplicate Bridg ''•'•"' Wedjiesrtay •; to mow the lawn. And plenty of men can't figure out why a woman likes to get away from It all by spending a day shopping, or an afternoon at a beauty salon or at a bridge table,' 01 by going to meetings. Married Couples Are Too Critical But that doesn't mean those pursuits arent' relaxing to the ones who choose them. So if the wife finds comic books lelaxing, that Is her business. Husbands and wives tend to be far too critical of each other when it comes to how the other likes to spend leisure time. The best rule for husbands and wives is to let each choose his ur her own means of relaxation and to regard the choice with a tolerant eye. What sounds like a stupid waste ol time to one spouse may well be perfect relaxation for the other. Sew-Easy Kitchen Aide Attention, Merchants! FOR SALE On« commercial type, 20 cubic foot, self-servlct DEEP FREEZE CABINET. Has new 1 H.P. remote Serve! compressor. Can be bought at real bargain. Has good guarantee. Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. 312 W. Ash Phone 2095 By Sue Burnett The type of cover-all apron you've been looking for—ample In size to Mrs. Charles C. Langs'ton hostess j protect your prettiest frocks, cheer- I Clllh FMpht. '.'* ' \ t,,\ And 1 V..-ir.U» ».!**. lu*1<4 dA vnl. to Club Eight. •;:.' .;•. j f^i fln( ] CIB plays bridge at the home qH trim, gay ap Mrs. Robert I. Thompson. And so stmpli Thursday Duplicate Bridge League meets at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. W. TLE Club. J. Cupples hostess to Kibitzer Club plays at the home of Mrs. Johnny White. Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Jr., entertaining GEO Club, Friday Woman's Club Executive Board meets at 2 p.m. preceding general meeting at 2:30. Saturday Bible Study Week Ends at Church A week-long Bible study at the Number NMne Baptist Church was concluded last night, with 21 completing the course. The Rev. Carl Castlean of the Gosnell Baptist Church directed the adult study, "A Christian's Job." Mrs. Raymond Whittle wa.i leader tor the Intermediate lessons. "In tcrmedlate Fishers." Mrs. Eva Hatley led the Junior study, "Jesus Saves." The Rev. Eugene Schultz serves as church minister. Read Courier News Classified Ads "Where Christ and Christians Meet" CHURCH OF CHRIST OUR CROWDS DEMAND TWO SERVICES SUNDAY! Sermons Morning—"Men Who Did Not Wrife the Bible" Evening—"Why I Am A Member of Ihe Church of Christ". KLCN 12:15-12:30 Daily Everybody Welcome Early Service 8:45 Song Leader— James Thorn pson Second Service 10:50 Song Leader— W. T. She 11 on bright with bold ric rac applique on the pocket. to make! Pattern No. 8710 is a sew-rlte perforated pattern In sizes 36. 40. . 4i 44, 46. 48, 50. 52. Size yards of 35-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, W. Qulncy Street, Chicago 6. 372 [II. Don't miss the Fall and Winter FASHION. It contains 48 pages of new styles, simple to make frocks for all ages; decorating tricks; gift Duplicate BridgeAeague meets at patterns printed inside the book. Hotel Noble at 1:30. Send 25 cents today. NOTICE OF SALE OF SCHOOL BONDS Wilson School District No. 25 of Mississippi County, Arkansas hereby gives notice that It will sell to the highest bidder for cash Us proposed issue of $67,965 In 3% school bonds dated . September 1, 1951, Interest payable semi-annually, and maturing serially on January 1 of each year as follows: $1995 in 1952 2500 In 1953 to 1956, inclusive 3000 in 1957 to 1960, inclusive 3500 In 1961 to 1964, Inclusive 4000 in 1965 to 1968, inclusive 4500 In 1969 and 1910 5000 in 1911 The bonds are payable in the first instance from the proceeds of a two mill building fund tax to be votec by the electors of the District at the annual school election September 25, 1951, which tax will continue annually until all the bonds and Interest are paid in full. In addition they will be secured by a pledge o] all other revenue that the Distrlcl can legally pledge, Including the annual surplus revenue derived from the building fund tax of eighteen and one-half mills previously voted for payment of bondJs now outstanding. The buyer may name the place of payment and trustee, and may have the right to convert the bonds to a lower rate of Interest, substantially in accord with the Universal Bond Values Tables and subject to the approval of the Commissioner of Education. The buyer will be expected to pay the following expenses of the issue: the printing and trus- teeing of the bonds and the fee of Townsend <Sc Townsend, Attorneys, Little Rock, upon whose approving opinion the bonds will be Issued The bonds will be callable for payment prior to maturity In Inverse numerical order, in all cases with accrued interest, as follows: If called from surplus In the building fund, at par on any interest paying date; if called from funds from any other source, at a price of cents on the dollar face value on any interest paying date during the first five years, 101 cents on the dollar face value on any Interest paying date during the next five years and thereafter at par on any Interest paying date. The sale will be^upon auction bids at 1 o'clock p.m. on the 16 day October, 1951, in the office of Supt of Schools In Wilson, Arkansas Each bEdder will be required to fil a certified check In the sum o I $1360, payable to the "District, as Air Conditioned by Refrigeration WANT, 'ADS RCHT sen BUY Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Box Office Phone 2752 — Office Phone 6998 Box Office Opens at 1:45—Show Starts 2:00 P.M. CONTINUOUS SHOWING EVERYDAY ===== Moke the RITZ Your Entertainment Headquarters: NO MOSQUITOES NO BUGS SATURDAY ONLY: Double Feature! BUSTING THE CATTI HIJACKERS! CHURCH OF CHRIST Main at Highway 61 CTC. CONTACT — The Right Peop/c for That Job Ads placed befort 9 a.m. will appear tame day. All classified advertising pcyable in advance. BLYIHHVIM E COURIER .NEWS • man MUTW • momi HUM Serial: "Roar of the Iron Horse" No. 14 Also Carloon — Cont. Sat. 12:30-11:30 SUNDAY & MONDAY Paramount Present! 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