The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 26, 1951 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 26, 1951
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WUJJNR8UAY, SfJPTTUMBER S8, J9W (ARK.) COTTW15H NEWS How Do You Talk to A Princess? America, Canada Set for Visit I/DNDON, Sept. 3«. (AP>— How does on* b«have In the presence oi * Princess? What does one say to the prospective consort of a queen? These are questions many Canadians, and not a few Americans, are asking as Princess Elizabeth and her husband, the Duk« of Edinburgh, head for Canada- and the United fptes, on i state visit, " *rhere are no hard and fast rules, but advice in the more sensible, sectors of court circles Is: "be yourself." Should the ladles curtsy to tht royal pair? Canadians on formal occasions curtey to thefr governor- general, Viscount Alexander of Tunis. and he IE only the shadow of the sovereign. So there are sure to be curtsies in CanaBa to the young lady who almost certainly will one day be that sovereign. Descendant Musi Decide In the United States the descendants of revolutionists will have to decide for themselves. Some guidance, for what it's worth, may be drawn from the fact that on state occasions at any of the royal homes here Is regarded as elemental courtesy to curtsy. At the British embassy In Washington the princess will Princes* Elli»belh and Philip, Ihe Duke of Edinburgh. family ships, 1 curtsy there ther's embassy. So IB defensible. there—skip it. She bow and the duke probably will wave cheerfully. You can do the same. "No Politics, Please! SSi TtoTo' "s Vt ships, he's a sailor man, Talk abi polo, that's his dish. Talk about mo- and constitutionally !s above It and tors ' he lijtes spfta. He'll chat doesn't talk about it. Especially now, about ba5eba)1 . perhaps, but even aill smile and wlth a " e!ectiori campaign going on. better would be cricket and football. Talk about babies. They've got the soccer snd rugby type, two. Talk about music, does, horses. Best thing to remember SB that gardens. Don't be dry, both of them they're young parents coming on R Now, what to talk about? No like a Joke. To the duke, talk about visit to be friendly. Eighty members of the Wilson Parent-Teachers Association attended the initial meeting Thursday night in the school cafeteria. D. D. Cash, program leader, gave the devotional and Maury Upton read the president's message. Chairmen of the various committees gave reports on their plans for the year. Included in the plans were a fashion show and basketball grme to be sponsored after the Clu-istmas holidays. Mrs. Maury Upton, chairman of the cook book committee, »nnounced that the cook book that wa* compiled by the PTA this summer was expected to «om« off the prees in the near future. The cook book is th« main financial project of the PTA this year. Mwe Lillian Wilson was hostess to the Thursday Night Bridge Club and one guest-last week. Mrs. F. S. Reese was the guest. At bridge games Mrs. Garland Trammel was high scorer, Mrs. George Brewer. second, and Miss Annie Ray Rowland, bridgo. Jimmy BOH'en wns honored on his eighth birthday anniversary. Saturday afternoon, when h i s mother, Mrs. Parker Bowen, entertained several of his friends at her home near Wilson. Guests were John Bowen, Jimmy Bledsoe. Toni and Susan McAfee, Robert Camper. Buddy Graves and Jack Swindle. Vickie Upton was honored on her ninth birthday, Saturday afternoon, when her mother. Mrs. Maury Upton, entertained fifteen of her friends in the Merrell Room at Wilson Tavern. Following refreshments the group attended the movies, at the Wilson Theatre. Vickie's teacher. Miss Merle Mackey was also a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold McDanlel and Mr. and Mrt. J. H. Whltaker were the dinner guesU ol Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Johnston and son Pfc, Wendell Johnston, Thusday evening at their home at Grider. Mrs, Ed Williams and daughter Jo Lee, Miss Norma Anderson and Memphis Saturday. A dance, sponsored by the school social committee, was given following the Wilson vs. Luxora football game Friday night In the school cafeteria. As an added attraction a group of students staged a talent revue. • Roy L. Stobaugh. former coach and physical education director, was presented a gift of gold cuff links by the high school students. The football managers, Dannie Bowen and Johnny Crain, also presented Mr. Stobaugh a gift. The Wilson High School FHA firls, accopifianied by Mrs. Frances Jean McGill. ^nd the FPA boys, accompanied by E. D. Beall, attended the Mid-South Fair in Memphis, Monday. Friendship Night of the Wilson I Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, will b« held Monday night Oct. 15 instead of Oet S as previously announced. • Mr. and Mrs. J. 3. Bussey and daughter, Jennifer, visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brasfleld and son in Memphis Sunday. $7i Billion Foreign Aid Bill Expected WASHINGTON, Beut, 26. </f)— Chairman Richards (D-SC) of the House Foreign Affairs Committee predicted yesterday that Congress will approve a foreign aid bill of "close to" »7,500,000.000. Richards Is head of House conferees who have been meeting with Senators to seek a compromise on varying bills authorizing both military and economic assistance for friendly countries. > General Dwight -D. Elsenhower has appealed to the group not to make any drastic cuts. Richards said he hopes the conferees can come to a final agreement by the end of this week, which would mean that passage of the legislation would be possible next week. A separate bill putting up the money still must be enacted. PAGE TRRBB Kentiickion Set To Attend Meet After 48 Years LITTLE ROCK, Sept. 26. (AP)— Forty-eight years ago Joe H. Ewalt of Paris, Ky., came to Little Rock for the triennial conventions of two York Rite Masonic groups. Ewalt, now 86, has written that he plans to return this year tot the second meetings here of the groups —Ihe General Grand Council of Rcyal and Select Masters and the General Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons. The meetings will be held Oct. 1-4. In 1903. when the bodies met In Little Rock for tile first time, Kwalt was grand king of the Kentucky Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons, Read Courier News Classified Ads. RHEUMATIC »<« HELP OR YOU DON'T PAY A CENT Take hope! Wonderful C-7223 contains famous, beneficial herb "Black StiaJce- Root"; it's Iodized to activate SnMcy- late oclion for better, more effective B ain relief, Ilheutnalic, sclnlic. Ititn- aeo pains relieved, or first bottle price back. Today— nou-—#et C-2223, Albert Greenwell were In Rea d Courier News Classified Ads. MAX H. 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For our men know the "little things" are important to the life of a truck—even more important in these uncertain times. So make regular stops at our shop— save 3 ways: (1) cut down the possibility of costly repairs, (2) get better performance with less "down time," (3) get more years of service from the equipment you now own. Getmore'run"for your money i HORNER-WILSON MOTOR CO. 309 Edit Main Strtct, Blyrh«vill« .SERVICE HEADQUARTERS FOR CMC TRUCKS C**" 1 ^™*^ 1 " 1 - Northeast Arkansas District Today Is BAND DAY Come out tonight for a really special hand performance.. .the first ever to be held at this fair! High school bands from Gideon, Hayti, KenneU, Bragg City, I'iggolt, Munford, Tenn., as well as Jonesboro Junior High and our own Blylhe- viile High school band have been invited: You'll hear and see an individual performance by each band be climaxed by a gigantic massed formation of all bands. That's tonight—Wednesday. Starts 8:00. 20th Century Shows Begin Tomorrow Night In The Grandstand-4 Big Nights! The largest ever lo appear al (he fair in Rlytheville, 20th Century Showa will present their first show Thursday night beginning at 8:00. This colorful entertainment will be presented 4 ni K hls.. .Thursday, Friday Saturday and Sunday. Pictured below is one of the ads. . .Gertrude Avery's 18- girl chorus line. NORTHEAST ARKANSAS DISTRICT FAIR CONTINUES ALL THIS WEEK AT Walker Park Blytheville, Arkansas

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