The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 31, 1951 · Page 1
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 1

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 31, 1951
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 19B1 OSCEOLA NEWS Miss Bolin Weds In Afternoon Ceremony OSCEOLA, Oct. 31—In a 4:30 p.m. ceremony Saturday, Miss Ellen Ray Bolln became the bride of Sgt. John Green, Jr., of Kelser. The nuptial vows were, exchanged it radio station KOSE, with Judge W. W. officiating at the double ring service. Southern simlax adorned the Improvised altar and wrought iron candelabra holding cathedral tapers lighted the bridal path. Mrs. W. W. WnUxm and Mrs. Joe Brawley, sister o( the bride presented the nuptial music. Tfie bride was given in marriage by her father and was gowned in magnolia satin. The snug bodice was closed with self covered buttons ending In a Peter Pan collar. Net illusion outlined the chantilly lace yoke. The tull skirt swept away Into a cathedral train and she wore a fingertip veil of Illusion caught to a shirred Juliet cap beaded in eced pearls. She carried an arm bouquet of bride's roses tied In whit* satin. Miss Lois Faye Bolln, sister of the.bride was maid of honor. She chose a bouffant formal gown, of tourquoise margulsette. Mrs. O. C. Kollne served her s!stcr-ln-lnw as matron of luinor and wore a scnset duchess satin gown. Both wore corsages of yellow roses. Gloria Jean Bolin, sister of the bride and Paulette Brawley, niece EXCHANGE VOWS — Sgt. and Mrs, Jolui Green, Jr., were married Saturday afternoon in a 4:30 ceremony in Osceola. Mrs. Green is the former Miss Ellen Ray Bolin. I Ptrtonoli— MM.' I. O. CrOElriwaU, Mrs: P. J. Semmes and Mr». Margaret Barblerx drove to Tuscaloosa, Ala., for the weekend. Billy Alexander came home for he Osceolt homecoming game Frl day night. He attends the University ol Arkansas at Fayetteville. Coleman Lannum came up from Memphis State to attend the homecoming game Friday night. Miss June Webber's name has been added In the list of those who will model at the Fashion Show given by the Oecooia Progressive Club Wednesday at 1 p.m. WILSON NEWS I Bj MRS. B. F. BOYLES of the bride served as Junior bridesmaids and wore (ion. formal gowns ot . LA t cr „, i nc cvcnli. br the bride aqua taffeta. an[] groom ] 0 ft O n a Mississippi Larry Dene Battles served as ring wedding trip nftcr which they bearer. will be at home at Camp Hood. A reception followed In Hie re- Tex., yhere the groom will be sta- ception rooms of the radio sth- tioncd. STARR GAZING & nit, arr Don't tell your troubles to others; most of them don't give a darn and the rest are glad of It—so keep your big mouth shut. • • * The library in Osceola is really a popular place. The school children are getting an opportunity that they should really appreciate. Such a variety of reading and all for free, which reminds me o! something Isaac' Barrow had to say: "He who loveth a book will never want a faithful friend, a wholesome counselor, a cheerful companion, or an effectual comforter." • * * Children who balk everytlme yoi put a glass of milk In front of them might relish hickory tea with a little ginger added. • • * See where Hot Springs Is going to adopt rlnginz a curfew be)!\*t Instead of 15. Gosh, .when I was kid It rang at 7. And we dldn.'t'hav picture shows or .TV. We Just ha the wide open space* and the leve for our playgrounds. • • + ' • Each man In the Navy Is allowe a dally ration of 12 cups of coffee Never buy groceries on an empt stomach—r hen you do, watch 01 for your food budget. That unpredictable Mrs. Joh White has been on the puny 11 for the past week. I called to. • bout her and she answered th •phone. I asked her "what secme to be the matter." her reply w "just old po' folks cough." ho knew him can appreciate this , son Joe always brought com- ny for a meal. Once Joe brought s roommate home for the christ- as holidays. He was a smart alec ankcc-, Mr. Shlppen snki, su at the ble he piled his guests plato with 1 ol the bony pieces of the chlck- n or cut the fat oft a steak and rved him that. Just how Southern an you get? • • • When you bake a white cake, drop le yolks Immediately ,in boiling ater and they are ready for sand- Iches. This tip comes from ilghty good cook, Mrs. Jesse Glasoe, so I recommend you try It. • • • That Bcttye Woodsl TurnlngKOSE adio station Into a sancturay for i nlnue a wedding ever attcmlei ame as natural to Betty as did 111 xctltent pinch hlULnt Job she dl or Ted whcn~ he wns called into ser ice, My hat with the willow plum s off to you, Bcttye. Tf there were no would be no liars. listeners the d going to it they were right In or It,' To be sure we got there In lenty of time (or dinner and when inquired at the desk where the ournamcnt was to be held the lerk replied: "What tournament?" • • « Newspaper headlines are confus ng at times. For Instance "Arkanas End in Good Shape alter Oper- ,tlon." Billy Jurney, Arkansas end in the Razorback football team, wa.s injured Saturday night and hat headline followed. The largest mill in Ihe world for extracting tung oil for use in paints and varnishes is located in Picayune, Miss. • • • I once heard this on * Mississippi County farmer: A prea'chcr came along and asked a farmer. who wu gathering hay on Sunday if he was going to church. His re ply was, "Well, to tell the truth would rather sit on a hayload aiv think about church than to sit il church and think about my hay." The best recommendations on good cook's ability are those tha go from mouth to mouth. They say that small children will learn to swim quicker if warm water Is in a pool—and the soap is left out. There are a lets ol ways of prepaying rice but the favorite way the old maid like It is thrown at her. Through Joe Applebaum I found out Camel cigarette people wil send 500 packs of cigarettes for veterans [or 1 1/10 cents a package or $3550 for the lot. The Rotary Club donated the money just like that. So for Xmas, 500 boys at Kennedy will have a package of cigarettes which will say, "Merry Xmas from the Rotary Club of Osceola, Ark.," on each pack. Isn't that Christmas spirit? Many thanks to a great organization and to its wonderful president, Bruce Ivy. Pfc, Jimmy Powell, ton of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Powell, visited his parents a few clays last week. Pfc. Powell completed a teletype operator course at Francis E. Warren Air Force, Cheyenne, Wyo., Oct. 3 and has been transftrred to Memphis. Tuesday was Quiet Day of the Week of rayer for the Women's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church. The WSCS ota- Ttnn««t«« Tax Collector Quit* Out to III Health NASHVILLE, Tenn., Oct. SI. <AP) —Llpe Henslee, who had been Tennessee's collector of Internal revenue since 1939, resigned his po»t last night because of bad health. The 48-year-old official said he had just finished > physical examination and his doctor had advised him that the duties, tension and re- .s|K>nslblltties of the office were too much of a burden. served It with an at the church. all-day meeting Six Die in Plant Crash RIVERSIDE, Calif., Oct. 31. (AP) —An Air Force transport from Trllax Field, Madison, Wls., crash cd on Box Springs Mountain lasi John Ellis son of Dr. and Mrs. N. n| 6 ht ' klllln 8 six servicemen. B. Ellis, who attends the University of Tennessee In Knoxvllle, was home for the week end. Mr. and Mrs, Asa Porter ana their family had as their week end guests Fred Hawkins and Mr. and Mrs. Dan von Kanell and daughter Helen. Porter and Mr. Hawkins arc brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Buford Boyles, Jr., and baby daughter. Eleanor Suz- The Alaska Highway cost a tola of $138.000.000. ily in Monette. Sunday. Pfc. Eugene Nixon, son of Mr. i Mrs. W. H. Nixon who is stationed all of_ Barton, Ark. Mr. I at Keesler Air Force Base. Blloxi Miss., spent the weekend at home. Prayer has sustained our boys so far in Korea. H has become a plea now for Americans to pray for the boys over there,. Don't wait for somebody to come knocking 011 your door and ask you to pray. The dust will brush o(f your knees. Try it sometime. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that th anne, were the guests of Mrs. undersigned has filed with the Com Boyles' parents, Mr. and Mrs, P. B. Pratt, Sr., and family In Jones- bcro Sunday. Lloyd and John Ellis Elslander were in Arkadclphia Saturday Where they attended the Ouachila vs. Arkansas Tech football game. The Rev. Guy Whitney of Manila conducted the services at the Baptist Chapel here Sunday. Mrs. Whitney and their children, Guy Marvin, Jr.. and Judith Ann accompanied him to Wilson. Mrs. Ed Williams. Mrs. Albert reenwell. Mrs. C. D. Price. Mrs. D. D. Cash, Mrs. Johnny Mankcr, Mrs, Marshall Woodyanl and Mrs. D. B. Bledsoc attended the Baptist WMU Associaticnal meeting in Osceola Friday. The meeting was held at First Baptist Church. Mr, and Mrs. H. A. Harris ot | Campbell, Mo., were the week end i guests ot their son. W. O. Harris, and family, other week end guests in the Harris home were Mr. and Mrs. Elton Jones and children. Lurry and Linda, of Clarkton, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Buford Boyles. Sr., were the guests of their daughter, Mrs. Marshall Conner, and her fam- mlMtorwr of Revenues of the State f Arkkruu for permit to tell >nd .Ispenae beer at retail on the prem- s«* described »s 1M W, Roosevelt, Blytheville, Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he IE citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime nvolving moral turpitude; that no icense to sell beer by the undersigned hag been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned h»s never been convicted of violating the laws of this state)' or any other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application Is for permit to be issued for operation beginning on the 1 day ol Nov. 1951, and to expire on the 30 day of June, 1952. Annie Lee Pulley Subscribed «nd sworn to before me this 30 day of Oct. 1951. Mrs. Marshall Blackard. Notary Publi My Commission expires: 3;9]53. PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed B«at Price* Kirby Drug Stores N THE.CHANCERY COVJKT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, J MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, I ARKANSAS William Honeycutt, Ptf. vs. No. 11 ,»1» Llllle G. Honeycutt. Dft. WARNING ORDER The defendant, Ullie O. Honeycut, s hereby warned to appear within 30 days in the court named and In the caption hereof and answer th« complaint of the plaintiff, William Honeycutt. Dated this 30 day of October, IMl. Harvey Morris. Clerk By Anita Sykes, D. C. Oscar Fendler, attorney ad litem. Reid and Roy, attorneys for Ptf. 10131-1111-14-21 There are only three kinds of m who dont understand women: young men. middle age men and old men. Very few modern homes have a place to store a punch bowl anci cups when they are finished with them at Xmas time—Try this: paint the outside of a dish pan In either Ted or green enamel and bus lOc tin can cups with handles, paint them In red, green and white. When . they have thoroughly dried buy a package of cut out stars In all colors and paste over the enamel. Surround the "punch bowl' with greenery. Add a few small Xmas balls here and there and you've got your problem solved. And there are only 45 more shopping days til! Xmas Every now and then a funny story is told on the late Ed Shlppen— nil My life hns been threatened un- ess I tell something on myself and et others rest. I have really done some stupid things in my life time but this one wins the perforated jlnstic iinrnsol. I received an lnvi-i lalion to the Northcnst Arkansas sectional bridge tournament spon- : sored by the Blythevllle Duplicate' Club—It stated very plainly on the card that the open pair session i would be Sunday, November 25, atj 1 p.m. | I hate to admit I'm mils, but there - is no other alternative. 1[ was so sure (he card said October, i I told so many crnzy things on the ] Qulnn family I'll never live this down, as Idn May. Jean and Ella Hale went loo and when I mention- p«sls kllltri I . c »nd fain ft rwl*) Keli »r« often tril. tnle sipni of Pin-Worms ___ UJEI> puriMitlcfi (hat medtciJ experts say In feat one out of everir tkrte per- ions eiamlnrd. En tiro f»mi1iefl may ba victims nnd not know it, To gel iid of Pin-Wormi, the** sls must not only b* kUl«d, but the Urge intestine wher« Ihcy tiv* Briil multiply. Thut'i ex- acUy.^rhat Ja/nr'i P-W UhlaUdo ,-iXrnl here's how (her do Iti FiVjl-a scientific cnatine c»r^ rlci the Li ble La into (heboweti Lefore Ihcy <H*io!ve, Then — J*rn«'i modern, medically- approved In- irrcdlcnt roca rlftbt to work-ttU* Pin-\Vormi n.uicWj' and easily, Don't take chance* with this dnnacrou!, highly contagious con- dilion. At the first a fun of Tin- Worm*, nik your druKstit tor Cflrmin* J«rtlB'*P-W Vtntllfnts ... ihc- small. cn*y-to-Uke tablet* per- fccfcd r>r famout Dr. D. Jayne * Son, flpectaLists In worm rcmvdlu lor over 100 y«ri. MOOSE CLUB MEMBERS: trick or treat HALLOWEEN DANCE' Wednesday, Oct. 1 Women's Building, Fairgrounds 9 p.m. till 0 For Member* and Guests Only . . . Make up a Party of Friends and Come! FREE PRIZES .. . FUN FOR ALL! and SCAN THESE GRAEER'S SAVINGS S5wp and Compare... Once You Do You'll Always Shop GRABER'S. Sensational Special! Misses] Ladies' Ballerinas, Brevitts, Spcrt SHOES Regular 2.98, NpW • Soft Suedines and Smooth Leathers • One-Strap and Cross : Strap Ballerinas • Rugged Log-Roller Moccasin Toe Stylet • Flat and Medium Height Wedge Heels • Colors—Black, Brown, Red, Green, New Spice Tangerine • Sizes' 4 to 9 Larger Selections.. LOWER PRICES! PROGRAM SCHEDULE KOSE 850 On tour 1)1*1 Thursday, Nov. 1, 1951 MORNING 6:30—Sign On 6:3C—Mu.sical Round Up 6:45—Southern Gospel Singers 7:00—News 7:05—Yawnin' In MawrJn' 8:00- -News 8:15—Bing Sines 8:30- -KO5E Kapcrs 8:00- Woman's Viewpoint 9:30—South American Way 9:45—Dearest Mother 10'00 News 10:05— Modern Concert Master 10:30- Meet the band 11:00- News 11:05- Farm Frolics 11:30—Sunset Playboys AFTERNOON 12:00—News 12:15—Noon Serenade 1:00—Behind the World News 1:05—Matinee Melodies 2:00—News 2:05—Hillbilly Roundup 3:00 News 3:05—Heptlme 3:30—Murray's Madhouse 4:00— News 4:05—Murray's Madhousd 4:30—R«cord Rack 4:45—Sportsman 4:45—Sign Olt Coke is qt its delicious best when served ice cold. Keep it in the coldest spot in your refrigerator. lOTUED UNDEft AUTHORITY Of THI COCA-COIA COWf ANY IY COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. OF BLYTHKVILLE © 1951, TME COCA COl*. C Gingham.. Chambray A 98c value! Repeat Sale of fully combed first quality fashion fabrics! 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