The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 29, 1951 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 29, 1951
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•'" p I. S* PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, Head Blytheville Woman's Club, Departments for 1951-52 PhoD* 4461 Rhaford Allen Lamb Has First Birthday Party Rhaford Allen Lamb, son of Mr. and Mrs. George R. Lamb, was one year old yesterday and to mark the occasion a party was given at the home of his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Van Winkle lor 12 guests. Balloons and mixed garden blooms decorated the reception and entertaining rooms in which tlie afternoon was spent. After gifts for the honoree had been opened, Mrs. Lamb was assisted in serving birthday cake and ice cream by Mrs. Rhaford Lamb, grandmother of the guest of honor, Pat Walters and Mrs. Van Winkle. Favors of balloons and whistles were presented the guests. • * • Fellowship Dinner To Be Monday A fellowship dinner for members of the First Christian Church will be given Monday evening at tlie Church with two missionaries, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Chatfield as guests of honor for the 6:30 affair. Mr. and Mrs. Chatfield recently returned from the Philippines. Due to the dinner Monday evening, the bi-monthly meeting of the Christian Woman's Fellowship will not be held Afonday afternoon as originally planned. The next Woman's Fellowship meeting will be Oct. 8. Officers, Chairmen Told at Luncheon Meeting of Baptist Executive Board Luncheon at the J. T. Westbrook j home followed by a business discussion and introduction of officers and chairmen yesterday highlighted the first meeting of the fall season of the Executive Board of the Women's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church. Hostesses for the event were Mrs. Darryl Swaner, Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon, Mrs. M. C. Oualasv, Mrs, Albert Endcrlln, Mrs. B. w. Woolen, Mrs. W. J. Rodgers and Mrs, Westbrook. Following the luncheon Mr». H. H. Brooks presented the president's message and Mrs. Ted King, WMU president, conducted the business discussions. Officers for the current church year nre Mrs. King, president; Mrs. Charles Evans, Young peoples director; Mrs. F. L. Regan, first vice president; Mrs. Stlckmon, second vice president; Mrs. Woolen, recording secretary; Mrs, Swaner, cor- At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: J. F. Tale. Luxora. Sam Dillard. Jr., City. Mrs. Ernest Cole and baby, City. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mr«. Crawford Franks, Rt. 4. Mrs. Leo Tomlin, City. Mrs. Roush Rhlneheart, Steele. Mrs. Leonard Tate and baby, City. Perfection In Half Sizes •HALF-SIZE 8725 CLASSIC By Sue Burnett Designed expressly for the slightly shorter figure la this beloved casual that's such a Joy to wear. Half sizes save time in altering your pattern in sizes I4(i, ie\4, law, 20!4, KV, and 24V4. Size 16',4. 4>i yards of 39-inch. For thl« pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News 372 w. Qulncy Street .Chicago 6. Don't miss the Fall and Winter FASHION. It contains 43 pages of new styles, simple to make frocks for all ages, decorating tricks; gift patterns printed Inside the book. Send 25 cents today. Bits of News Mrs. Jack Saliba and daughter. Miss Barbara Saliba, are In at Lculs, Miss Betty Dodds left this afternoon for her home in Newbern, Tenn.. to be the weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Dodds. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Stewart and sons and Miss Barbara Stewart are spending the weekend In Poplar Blulf, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Woodson and daughter, Vicky, and Dick Fester were in Memphis Thursday night to attend the rodeo at the Mid-South Pair. W. S. Langdon is a patient at the Blytheville Hospital where he Is reported in a serious condition. Mr. and Mrs. w. B. Hageman of Kansas City, Mo., are the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs, Rlley B. Jones and Mrs. Jones' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Card. Mr. and Mrs. Hcrschel Croft oi St. Louis are the weekend guests of Mrs. Croft's mother, Mrs. Mattic Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Snow and children are spending this weekend in Piggott. . . Melintia \iforse of LUllitjRock'!(»' the liousegucst 'of her ( i'5*aadparr' ents, Mr. and Mrs, Byron Morse. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bryant have as their guest, Mrs. George O. Wilson of Newbern, Tenn. Mrs. B. A. Bugg returned last night from Memphis where she had spent several days. She was accompanied there by her niece and nephew, Leots June and Lee Moore, who visited friends and. relatives. P/c. Jack Elliott of the Air Force is ylslting here as guest of his mother, Mrs. Matt Scruggs. Mr. Scruggs and other relatives. Pfc. Elliott, who lias been stationed at San Antonio, Tex., will report to San Francisco, Calif., Oct. 10. Among the out-of-town residents attending the funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Greene Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. C. Lewis Wilson and daughter. Anna Lou, and Mrs. Emma Lou Rogers, all of Memphis. If your vacation Is to last three weeks or longer, electrical equipment experts advise against leaving your refrigerator running, it will fare better white you're away If you turn It off, remove all food, clean It thoroughly. Leave the door open while you're gone to keep it well-ni red. responding secretary, circle chairmen introduced were Mrs. Kendall Berry, Mrs. W. M. Williams, Mrs, Jim Crafton, Mrs. J. w. Raydcr, Mrs. W. W. Mitchell, Mrs. Westbrook, Mrs. C. E, Johnson, Mrs. Thelma Atkins and Mr«. J. M. Cleveland. Committee chairmen are Mrs. E. U Hale, mission study; Mrs. Brooks, social; Mrs. Charles n. Newcomb, stewardship; Mrs. Totn Jackson, community missions; Mrs. E. P. Hardln, publicity; Mrs, Charles Lemons, orphanage; Mrs. Charles McWaters, Sr., intercessory prayer. Concluding the list of leaders were Mrs. Roy Head and Mrs. Albert Enrierlin, young woman's association; Mrs, R, O. Cash, In- tc-mediate girls auxlUnry; Mrs. Joe Atkins, sunbeam; Llnwood Lewis, Intermediate royal ambassadors; Virgil Slianneyfelt, Junior royal ambassadors. Prayer by Mrs. Johnson' closed the meeting. Coming Events Social Calendar Square dancing at the Country Club at »:30. Monday Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church has 8 p.m. meeting at the home of Mrs. 8. S. Patterson, 818 West Main. Executive Board of Women of ttie First Presbyterian Church meets at the church at 2:30. First Chrlsttan Church has fellowship supper at tile church at 6:30. complimenting Mr. and Mrs. John R. Chatfleld, missionaries. First Baptist Woman's Missionary Union meets at the church at 2:30. First Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service has 1 p.m. luncheon meeting at the church. First Methodist Weslcyan Service Guild meets at 8 p.m. at the Roy I. Bagley home. Tuesday Country Club Duplicate Bridge League plays at the club at 7:15. American Legion Auxiliary meet- Ing at the Hut at 8 p.m. Wednesday Annual Fellowship Dinner of the First Presbyterian Church at the church at 6:30, Mrs. Jack Webb entertaining CIB Club. Club Eight plays bridge at the home of Mrs. H. O. Partlow. Thunday . Mrs.^Marvln Nunn hostess to Oc- >;;fi$pday RJiok Club plays at the home'of Mrs. Grover Wren, Mrs. 1 Harold Davis hostess to GEO Club at the Dixie Pig. Mrs. Otto Scrape entertaining TLE. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Frld.y Mrs. Ray Johnson hastes* to Stitch and .cfiatter Club. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 1:30. 'In-Laws' Should Be Treated Same as Your Own Family By HUTU MII.LETT. NEA Staff Writer WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chlcfca- sawba District. Mississippi County, Arkansas. Robert W. Fox. Ptf. vs. No. 11,811 Mildred B. Fox, Dft. The defendant, Mildred B. Pox. is warned to appear within thirty days In the court named In the caption hereof and answer the complaint of (he plaintiff, Robert W Fox. Dated this H day of September. 1051. Harvey Morris. Clerk By Ruth Magce, D. C. O. F. Cooper, atty. for ptf, Gene E. Bradley, ally, ad litcm 9)15-22-29 io;e SHEET METAL WORKS OF ALL KINDS Custom work for gins, alfalfa mills, oil mills. Cuslum Shearing up to V 4 inch thickness. Frank Simmons Tin Shop 117 South Broadway Phone 2651 'Where Christ and Christians Meet' CHURCH OF CHRIST OUR CROWDS DEMAND TWO SERVICES SUNDAri Sermons Evening—"Why Be a member ..of ..the ..Church of Christ." KLCN 12:15-12:30 Daily Everybody Welcome Servic * 8:4S James Thompson Second Service 10:50 Song Leader— W. T. Shelton CHURCH OF CHRIST Main at Highway 61 Mn. C. A. Tant Club President Mn. J. C. Droke American Home Dept. Woman's Club Conducts First Session Of Fall; Work Outline, Program Given The first meeting of the fall assembly of the niythcvllle Woman's Club was held yesterday afternoon at the club on West Main Street with Mrs: C. A, Tant, president leading discussions for the year's outline of work. The Executive Board of the group convened preceding the general meeting which opened with prayer by Mrs. Theodore Logan. Visitors and new members of the organization were Introduced and recommendations of the Executive Board were read and discussed. Finns for a reception Friday eve- Mn. lamM Oat** Garden Dept. nlng to honor faculty members of the Blytheville School System were outlined, The club voted to sponsor a booth In the 1852 Mississippi County Fair . Mrs. Arthur S. Harrison, program chairman. Introduced three high school students, Nita Rose Hall. Warren McClure and Albert Fairfield, who told of their spring visit to the Egyptian Music Camp, Le- Quoln, ill., to conclude the first program of the year. MM. Rlley Adams served as chair* RUTH MILLETT Want to get along with your "In- laws"? Then the easiest rule to follow is to treat your "in-laws" in every way Just as well as you treat your own family. Your mother-in-law Is coming to visit? Then don't regard it as a tragedy unless you also feel imposed upon when your own mother comes to see you. Your (atlier-ln-law is Inclined to give you unwanted advice? You don't have to take the advice, but you can regard It with as much tolerance as you do the advice from your own lather is prone to hand out at times. Your "in-laws" seem to think more of your mate than they do of you? Well, you accept the fact that you are your own parents' particular prtde and Joy, rion't you? Your "in-laws" don't apra-ove of everything you do? Your own parents don't either, do they? But that doesn't make you t\irn against them. Your mother-in-law annoys you by wanting to get her son or daughter, off to herself occasionally? Well, don't you some'times enjoy seeing your family just on your own—and don't they enjoy having you part of the family circle now and Ihcn? Your "In-I/nvs" Drop in Unexpectedly? Your "in-laws" have the habit of dropping in on you unexpectedly now and then? Well, you want your parents to feel free to do that, don't you? Your "in-laws" spoil the children, do they? Well, aren't you pretty gocd-natuied about your own parents' thinking their grandchildren hung the moon and treating them as though they did? Your "in-laws" sometimes say things that annoy you? How about giving them the benefit of the doubt, assuming that even though their words may not always be tact- . Harold Davll Music Dept. man of the hostess committee. Composing the committee were Mrs M L. Stewart, Mrs. C. W. Alford, Mrs. Love Adams, Mrs. G, W. Barham Mrs J. a. Barnes, Mrs. William Berryman, Mrs. Hay Hall, Mrs. J Mell Brooks, Mrs. othia Blomever Mrs. Eddie B. David, Mrs, Qus Eberdt and Mrs. John Foster Be- freshments were served the club members and guests, who were seated In the entertaining room which held bouquets of early fall blooms liquidated damages If h« it *• w*-i cestful bidder and falls to complet*' ">' the purchase. Other checks will btf** returned promptly. Tlie District 1 ! reserves the right to reject any and * all bids. For further Information* address the undersigned. ', GIVEN this 17 day of September,) 1951. j WILSON SCHOOL DISTRICT. NO. 25 OF MISSISSIPPI i COUNTY, ARKANSAS F By J. H. Grain, President j And J. E. Crafn, Secretary •[22-29-H WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chid ^. sawbi District, Mississippi Cour M Arkansas. T- Margaret Herlzog, Ptf. vs. No. 11,828 Roy HertiMg, Dft. The defendant, Roy Hertzog, 1« hereby warned to appear within thirty days In the court named In the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, ^largaret Hertzog. Dated this 28 day of September, 1951. Harvey Morris, Clerk By Anita Sykes, D.C. Percy A. Wright, attorney (or ptf. H. Q. Partlow, attorney Ad Lltem. 929 10;6-13-20 PROGRAM SCHEDULE KOSE 860 On Yoar Dial Sunday, Sept. 30, 1951 MORNING 1:00~-SiBn On 7:00—Music for Sunday 8:00—Church o{ Christ 8:15—Church of God 8:45--Southern Gospel Singers 9:00—Rev. Eugene Chancy 9:30—Southern Four 9:45—Southern Travelers 10:00—Union Quartet 10:15—Sunday Serenade 10:30- Chapel In the Sky 11:00—Christian Church 12:00—News AFTERNOON 12:li—Baseball Frolics 12:25—Cards vs. Braves 5:00—Sunday Serenade 6:00—SporUs it News 6:15—Sign Off Monday, October 1, 1951 MORNING 6:15—Sign On 6:15--Musical Round-Up 6:45—Southern Gospel singer* 7:00—News 7:05--Yawnln' In the Mornln 8:00—News 8:15 -South America Way 8:30- -KOSE Kapers 9:00—Woman's Viewpoint 9:30—Meet Tlie Menjous 9:45—Dearest Mother 10:00—News 10:05—Concert Master 10:30 -Meet the Band 11:00- -News 11:05--Farm Frolics \FTKRNOON 12:00— News 12:15—-Noon Serenade 1:00—News 1:05—Matinee Melodies 2:00—Arkansas News 2:05—Hillbilly Roundup 3:00—News 3:05—Heplime 4:00—Blytheville Courier News 4:OS—Murray's Madhouse 4:30—Cisco Kid 5:0o—News 5:05—Record Rack 5:30- -Scoreboard 5:45—Sign Off ful. their intentions are of the best? You're that understanding of your own parents, aren't you? NOTICE OF SALE OF SCHOOL BONDS Wilson School District No. 25 of Mississippi County, Arkansas hereby gives notice that it will *ell to the highest bidder for cash its proposed issue of $67.995 in 3% school bonds dated September 1, 1951, Interest payable semi-annually, and maturing serially on January I of each year as follows: • $1995 in 1052 2500 in 1953 to 1856, Inclusive 3000 in 1957 to 1960, Inclusive . 3500 In 1961 to 1S64, inclusive 4000 in 1965 to 1968, Inclusive 4500 In 1969 and 1910 5000 In 1971 The bonds are payable In the first instance from the proceeds of a two mill building fund tax to be voted by the electors of the District at the annual school election September 25, 1951. which tax will continue annually until aM the bonds and Interest are paid in full. In addition, they will be secured by a pledge of all other revenue that the District 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 bonds 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 ana the fee of Townsend & 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 102 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, North Star SUPPER CLUB Highway 61 North Fine Food and Dancing Every Night Except Monday MT u», T c HOF DANCE Elvin Parr & His Rhythm Boys SATURDAY & SUNDAY September 29 & 30 Send Your Clothes To Us... BLYTHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY & CLEANERS PHONE 4418 and thereafter at par on any interest paying date. The sa!e will be upon auction bids at 1 o'clock p.m. on the 16 day of October, 1951. in the office of Stint ° ( Ks< *° 01 » ^ W"son, Arkansas! Each bidder will be required to file a certified check In the sum of $1360, payable to the District, as WATCH THURSDAY'S PAPER TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Oct. 2nd. & 3rd. World's Lightweight Championship Sandy Saddler & Willie Pep Exclusively for Motion Picture Theaters Air Conditioned by Refrigeratio/ Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. a ~-» 4:011 p.m. daily for our program annot ^TS Box Office Phone 2752 - Office Phone 6998 Box Office Opens at t:45—Show Starts 2'00 PM CONTINUOUS SHOWING EVERYDAY ' ' Make the RITZ Your Entertainment Headquarters: NO MOSQUITOES NO BUGS Saturday •or . /r~«sr-- ROGBW ' x - v _ Serial: "Roar ol the Iron Horse" •nd Cartoon Cnnl. Showing Sat. 12:30-11:30 Sunday & Monday r/Ti n> The Big Carnival" Kirk Douglas Jon Sterling Also Paramount News & Selected Shorts Air Conditioned by Refrigeration BOX OFFICE ' OPENS 7:00 Show Starts 7:75 p.m. Saturday RKKLESS... RELENTLESS! Sunday & Monday DOUBLE FEATURE Appointment withllANfiUR MARIA HART Strfal Agent n. 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