The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 1, 1951 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 1, 1951
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PAGE FQU» BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW1 MONDAY, OCTOBER 1, J«n« Sheiton, Society Editor Phon* 446} F«rst Baptist Officers, Workers Installed at It 14 Officers and vor|tf rs of the' First P a Jjaptist Church electee} (or Die'new 5 year »er« installed yesterday at'the »). 11 a.m. worsh'ip service, of the V church. The Rev. E. C. Brown, pas» .tor. officiated." ' "'• ' ' f ' « jTaklng office were W.i M. Wil- &t Iffms, treasurer; Miss June Buch- jj W">«. clerk; Mrs. Charles Ray New^ comb, hostess; 'Mrs. C. M.'j flinavt, if Ofganlst; Mrs. Harold Davis; Ajtrectjijr: Franklin E. Atkinson, Tom w. Jackson and ClareiKe Johti.son, trustees; E. W. Simmons, member 9f Executive Board of the Mississippi County Association; Kendall jierry, Mike Buchanan, Tom W. Jjckson, Clarence Johnson, C. S. Lemons and John Maves, deacons. '.Taking office' t(i" tjie /Humjay School Department'' were 111 $augh, general superintendent; l$nd Bishop, associate general '$UT perintendent; C. W. Simmons, gen- * eral secretary; Franklin E. Atkinson, associate general secretary. 'Heading department are John -• Ifayes, adult; Charles Ray Newcomb, young people's; Miss Luna lyilhelm, Intermediate: Mrs. H. H. Brooks, Junior; Mrs. Jake Huffman, primary: Mrs. Raymond fachery, Dinner; Mrs. Jf£ys Sullivan, nur- sjry If; Mrs..J. C. fJdwards. nursery I; Mrs. E. a. Swancr, cradle roll; Mrs.' Charles Newcomb, extension; James Gardner, training union; Raymond Zachary, adult No, Two; Mrs. E, C. Brown, adult No. One; Mrs. James Fisher, young people; Miss liazel Brannan, intermediate; Miss Eftic l*e Terrell, Junior; Mrs. John Mayes, primary story; Miss Lounell Overman, beginner-nursery. Officers of the Woman's Missionary Union are Mis. Ted King, president; Mrs. p. U Regan, first vice presldept: Mrs. I.loyd Slickmon, second vice president; Mrs. Billy Woolen, recording secretary; Mrs. K. D, Swii'ner. eorres|)ondlnjr sec- rellary; Mrs. C. L. pva|is, yoiipg people's director; Mrs. Albert En- dcrlin. young womims counselor; Mrs. Roy Head, young woman's counselor ;Mrs. rt. O. Cash, Mrs. Woody Jackson, Intermediate lilrls auxiliary counselors; Miss Hnzol Brannan, Junior girls auxiliary mediate royal »inbiiwador counselor; Virgil sjianey/elt, Clovis Oar' "' ne'tt. Junior "roya'j Mrs, Joe mbassadorf "M«. ' - ••••' ' "• *""> »"»m»ijr worm Homer, score ary-trcasurcr counsellor; Ben Abbott. Inlcr-1 and choir librarian, Clovl. Game" S cqun.selors; Mrs, Joe fyuni, W. Holder ancj Mrs. J. p. Edwar'ds, Sunbeam co-cqiinjielqrs; Mrs. fCe'fi- dall Berry, Mrf! J'. J. Wcst|)|Oojt, Mrs. J. W. Rayder. Mrs. Jim Crafton, Mrs. W. W. M|tcl}e|J, Mrs. C. 1 E, Johnson. Mrs, W, M. Wl||jairis, Woman's Missionary Society circle chairmen: Mrs. Thelrrii Atkins, Mrs. J. M. Cleveland, Business Woman's Circles chairmen, and Or. Edna Nies, Business Woman's Circles sponsor. Headjng the Men's Brotherhood Is E. p. Swnner. Others serving are Worth Holder, program vice president: Louis McWalciB, raemjjershlp Vice president; O. ft. Smj"rt,'«ct|vl- llcs v c« president;' Jie»j)all Berry, publicity vice president;'j. C. Edwards, secretary-lreas'iircr and Alvin Huffman, Jr.. chorister. Miss Minnie Poster Is Chancel Cliolr president, others serving are Mrs. Kcndnll Berry, vice president; Worth Holder, secretary-treasurer Luxora HDClub Meets in Home Mrs. Jack Flanagan was hostess at her home Thursday for Hie'bl- session of the Luxora Jlpme Demonstration Glut) with 10 • embers present. Mrs. W. L. Ifaruia condoled, the Xtypety)* and £irs. Dale Hanna gave the devotional. -.•"'""" Ifl th«* bu*lpe« dlscusslpris, plans yer« Bjade for t sale to be he|d §1 gjty :}fa)l n.ext month. A play Duplicate League Plays at Hotel" A flve-lable movemept was played Saturday afternoon at ttie bi-week|y game of the pupt|cate Bridge League at lioiel Nople. Mrs. E. B. Gee.'Mrs. Eugenia Jenkips, Mr». J. w. Whltner and Mrs. Yf. A. Affjlck Utjj for first )|ace hpfiors. be'p>»gpd at the Progressive CJiib Osctqls -fat planned for Mlsi Hejen W<1|>, home clerripn- jtratlon agent, spokf on "Jucjgihg Canned Pood.'' A «w|al hour JoU '''" Ut. Katmal, Alaska, ihowtrert dllst 900 miles away when it erupt»<J In l»u. ;•' '•;..' Newest On The Campu» Brownies, Scouts Need Uniforms "Every Brownie and O|r| Scout in BlytheylU* wants to march In the Cotton 'Conieat parade Thursday, but ea'ch jjjrl niijst have a uplform, in order U) participate," Mrs. Olepn Laijd, . Scout leader, >alfl loday, "Due to'a shortage pf uniform^" Mr«. Lartd continued, ''the Girl Scout Troop .Association U aaking that, every p«fson having access to a Brownie or QIn Scout uniform In good condition bring it to 626 Walnut before Thursday." "The uniforms will be paid for and should be freshly laundered," Mrs. Ladd said. 8760 10-20 By Sue Burnett A favorite with the coke-crowd l» this smoothly fitting, easy to *«ar daytime dress. And you can -rnake two versions for variety because a collaret! and high slit neckline are provided, and short or V^t length sleeves. Pattern No. 8760 is a sew-rlte perforated pattern In sizes to. 12. 14. 18. JB and 20. Size 14. short sleeves] requires 41S yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NU.M- BfcR to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6. Bend 25 cents today for the Fall Wd Winter FASHION. 48 pages of .smart, easy to sew styles: intcrest- JMlig features: fashion news. Gift l|patterns printed inside the book. Coming Events Social Calendar t Monday' First Methodist wesleyan Service Guild meets «t 8 p.m. at the Roy I. Bagley home. . . Tuesday Junior High School Parent Teachers Association has 3 p.m. meeting at the school. Executive Board convenes at 2:30. Alpha Alpha Chapter or Beta Sigma Phi meet* at the home ol Mls« Frances Sue Bright at 7:30. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League plays at the club at 7:15. American Legion Auxiliary meeting at the Hut at 8 p.m. Wednesday Promised Land Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service has annual Harvest Supper at the church from 5 till B p.m. Garden Department of Woman's Club hns 2:30 meeting at the club. Annual Fellowship Dinner of the First Presbyterian Church at the church at 6:30. Mrs. Jack Webb entertaining GIB Club. Club Eight plays bridge at the home of Mrs. H. G. Partlow. Thursday Mrs. Marvin Nunn hostess to Oc- tette Chib. Thursday Rook Club plays «,t the home of Mrs. Graver Wren. Mrs. otto Scrape entertaining TLE. Duplicate Bridge Leagus plays at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Friday Mrs. Ray Johnson hostess to Stitch and Chatter Club. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 1:30. , . ... Pri|IU Harrison, Herman T. Harrison, Jr., and Gwcn- do|yp Harrison were In MtfPPhls Friday, where they attended the M-Bouth fair. " MlAs Bet|y Harber, daughter of Mr- and Mf«- E - Harber pf 8lytl)e- vllle, hat been nanied 'secretary of the Pledge class of Delta Oainipa sorprHy on the ca^piis P< the Uiii- yerslty of Arkansas, Fayetteviile, Miss Harber Is a member of (tie fiOphorr|ore class. Mr. apd Mrs. Charley Lilies will be In Memphis tomorrow night to accompany Mrs. Mollle Manuel to Mrs. Manuel will r|vo from home In Burlington, N.O., to spend the winter months as guea|,. of Mr. and Mrs. Lutes. Mrs. O. V. Daws tx reported in a satisfactory condition at Memphis Baptist Hospital where she underwent surgery Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Uzzell Bransoi FREEDOM OF THE PRESS-From Zenger to Ootit Illustrated by Ralph Lane of Hw lettert jhorply ccfljciud tka Wt- islf aoreruMct tt Mnso- eoi«, tw dtfied on oroV to let rhe koygl Secretory of Hw Colony cemor hit paper before printing it. Hf wo> arrested again. But popular feeling KM so tiigk (hot he wot wt free. Hui ending press censorship. ' pn «. Tknnt m4~ lie door of il Cewont at letters wcra published by his brother James, editor of the Coonnt in 1722. * RUTH MIUETT College pfe Cqn Be Success Without Joining a Sorority By RUTH MIl.I.ETT. NRA SUfr Writer Memo to the college ficshnian who would like to join a, sorority but doesn't have a chance to: A sorority MIGHT make your college |ife easier and more pleasant. But yoij rioii't realjy need It, If you are willing to stand on your own At The Hospitals lk Hospital Dismissed : Mrs. Ollle Lee McAdoo and baby, Mrs. Mo M. B. Lewis, Braggadocio, !-ee Clifton, Steele Mrs. H. C. Porter, city W||!|am L. Whittaker, City Mrs. Paiil Taylor, pity Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. S. J, McNeal, and baby. City Mrs. E. L. Davis, and baby, City Mrs. E. L. Reba, city Mrs. A. E. Newton and baby, City Mrs. Allen McRae and baby, Luxora. were the guests of Mrs. Cunningham's sister, Mrs. W. T. Morrow and Mr. Morrow. Vernon ThonKisson left yesterday for St. Louis where he will attend a golf tournament. Mrs. D. C. McLean spent the weekend in Memphis as guest of turned today from Memphis where | her son, Major Dan McLean. Mrs. Mr. Branson had been a patient at McLetm anrl family. Major Mc- the Methodist Hospital. Mr. Bran- ~ son, who underwent surgery several Vicious Fish The piranha, small fish of the Amazon, is one of the world's mcsl vicious creatures. Men crossing I South American streams have been reduced to skeletons by these fish in R few minutes. weeks ago had returned to the hospital for a week of treatment. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Raynor and children. Ormrlei, Jimmy and Nancy of Cairo, 111,, inhere the weekend guests' of Mrs. 1. H. Adams. Mrs. Clemmie Haynea has returned from Chicago, where she spent the summer months as guest of her son, O. R. Bcncham and family. Mrs. Haync^ mnkcs her home with her daughter, Mrs. Charley Lute* and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stevenson, Jr., and famfly -have had as their housegufiili, Mrs. Stevenson's parents. Mr! and Mrs. P. H. Tarver of Ruston. La. Mr. Tarver left yesterday lor his home in Huston, Mrs. Tarver Ls remaining several days longer. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Browne of Memphis spent yesterday with Mrs. Browne's grandfather, W. S. Langdon who is reported critically ill at. Blythevllle Hospital. Mrs. Byron Bartholomew of Memphis and Mrs. Alma Smith of Alexandria, La.. daughters of Mr. Langdou have arrived to be with him. Another daughter, Mrs. W. T. Reynolds, will arrive tonight from her home in Little Rock- Mr, and Mrs. Charlcy-.Lutes and family have n their ho'visegiiesls, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beacham of Chicago. P/c. Jiimes Martin and Mrs. Martin are spending ai days here guests of Pfc. Martin's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Buford Martin and broth-1 er, Jerry. Pfc. Martin recently completed radio school at Kce.sicr Air force Base. Blloxl, Miss., nnd will report to Brook Field. San Antonio. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham returned Saturday from a 10-day Irlp to Kmgsport. Temv. and Pittsburgh, Pa. White In Kingsporl they feet and go after what you want from college life without any one pushing you. Instead of having ready-made friends, the girl who doesn't join an organized group usually has to make her own. But they may be eyen better friends because they are entirely of your own choosing. Instead of swapping a home background for the background of a sorority house, you'll have to make your own background. But that's good training. Once you are through school, you will have to do that over and over again. Instead of being pushed by an organized group Into school activities, you will have to make up your own mind where your talents lie and what use you want to make of your time ai{d efforts. Bub If you are capable arid willing to work, you can make a place for yoyirself Jn extra-curricular activities on any col? lego campus. You Get an Earlier Start On Your Own Instead of depending on a sorority pin to tell others what you are, you'll haye to be the kind of person who will win the liking and re- sjicct of others. But that .too, is till to the good. For you can't wear a sorority pin through life announcing to the world that you are one of the chosen few. So don't envy the sorority girls or feel sorry [or yourself because ypl| aren't one of them. They may get off to an easier start, but they can't outdistance you jn tl)e Ipjig run unless ypii decide ' that yoij haven't a chance tq get the best, out pf ypur college j^fe, Remember, you've Just got to grow up a little faster than the sorority girts. A little sooner than they, you have to compete with others entirely on your own. Lean was recently stationed Memphis with the Air Force: Mrs. O. W. Dillahunty. Mrs. Vcr- >n Thomasson. Mrs. Harvey T. Kidd, Mrs. Roy Walton, Mrs. Zal B. Harrison, Mrs. C. M. .Gray. Mrs. Ross Stevens, Mrs. W. A. Dobyns and Mfs.'Monroe Cram. Jr., will be In Jdnesboro tomorrow to attend the meeting of District Number Four of the Women of the Presbyterian Church at the Second Presbyterian Church. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Nash were in Memphis Saturday to attend the Kentucky-Mississippi football game. William L. Whiltakcr was removed to his home on Hearn Street Saturday from Blytheville Hospital where he had been a patient for several dayi. WATCH THURSDAY'S PAPKR PROGRAM SCHEDULE KOSE 860 On Your Dial Tuesday, October 2, 1951 MORNING, "6:15—Slgfi. 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