The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 30, 1952 · Page 10
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 30, 1952
Page 10
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PAGE TWELVE BLYTHEVtLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Give Surprise Parly Husbands of the members of Joy Sunday School cinss of First Baptist Church were guests when the class entertained with a surprise birthday party, honoring their teacher, Mrs. Ed Williams. 31 was held iri the dining room at the church. Spring flowers were used in decorations. Airs, Joe Brigance wns in charge of the games. Others attending were Mrs. D. B. Bledsoc, Mr. and Nfrs. Thomas Morton, Mr. nnd Mrs. VV. D. Brown, Mrs. Asa Porter, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Haynes. Mr. Brifr- ance, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dye, Mrs. Harry Wootlynrd, nnd Mr. Williams. The honoree was presented B |-lfl hy the clnss. Brotherhood Meets The Baptists Brotherhood held its monthly meeting at the rhurch Thursday night, Albert Greenwcll, president presided. Appearing on the program were D.D. Cash, Curtis Miller, G. IJ. Craven and Joe Beardon. Mr. Greenwcll appointed s pew and parkins: committee as follows: pew. Jack Henderson, Joe Beardon: parking Ed Williams. James Cobb. Following the business session, refreshments were served with Dwlght Ander- syn in charge. Crusaders Meet Fourteen of the Crusaders of First Baptist church met Sunday afternoon at the home of Carole Whitaker for an hour of fellowship. .Mrs. Mullliis Knlcrtnms Seven friends of Carolyn Mullins were present when her mother Mrs. J. F. Mullins entertained with 'a spaghetti supper at her home lale Saturday afternoon. Those present were Lois Jean Leftwlch, Donna Lynch, Sandra-jMcAfec, Linda Swindle, Patricia Wood' yard, Bobby Tranum, Ronnie Coiner and Richard Mullins. Tn . Honor Students Dr. Eldon Fairley will honor the Wilson High School graduating class with a bmfcl supper party at his home irc Osceola Wednesday evening. Other guests will be Miss Virgie Rogers and J. D. Roberts, class sponsors, Mrs. Hob- erts. Miss Lillian Wilson and Coach Bill Yates. Senior Piny Given .The senior class nt Wilson High School presented "Silas Smldge From Turntp Ridge," n comedy in three acts, to a capacity crou'd Friday night in the. school auditorium. The cast included Joyce Haynes, Carolyn Lynch. Raymond Edrington, Deanie McClcndon, Palsy Greemvel), Wayne Alexander. James Muncy, Aisle Dularfey, Betty Shtpman, Prank Keel, Edwin Webb, Buddy Stanrod, and Jo Ann Feony, Miss Vlrgle Rogers and J. I). Robert-s, class sponsors, directed. The class presented Miss Rogers with an orchid and Mr. Roberts a boutonnlere. I-lntla 1'orter Honored Linda Porter wns honored on her sixth birthday anniversary when her mother, Mrs. Asa Porter, entertained 10 of her friends Sunday ntlf.riumn with a party at her home. Favors of toy telephones filled with candy and paper hats were given the guests. Attend Retreat Four young people from Wilson were among the 400 students, from colleges nnd high schools In Arkansas,.who attended the Arkansns Baptist Students Spring Retreat at Camp Couchdaie in Hot Springs, April 25-27. Those attending from Wilson were Raymond KriHngton, Jerrald Perry, Buddy Stanrod and Carolyn Lynch. Joe Beardon. a sponsor of the Baptist Crusader Movement here, accompanied them. Committee Honored The public relations committee at Wilson High School that was appointed, among various other committees, at the beKinninn of the school year, has been selected by the student council as the most out-standing committee of the year. The PRC earned the recognition for out standing w o r k in t h e monthly school news report presented on Radio Station KOBE in Osceola and on the news broadcast each morning on the school's public address system. The student council named Miss Palsy Nunnally nnd Jnmcs Muncy as the most valuable students to WHS. Bruce Frl7/,ell Is committee sponsor. Committee; members are James Muncy, Patsy Greemvcll, Harold Burch, John Cash, and Aisle Dulancy. USCS Meets The Methodist WSCS mel Thursday at the church for the second In a series of studies on "The Family — a Cliristtnn Concern. "Mrs. Hudson Wren was study lender. Mrs. Owen Sadler gave a talk on "Emollorml Maturity" and Mrs, C. H. Buchanan gave a review of the . book "Comics. Radios nnd Movie.s." Twelve members were present. I'ersonals Lnrry Bishop, Is nMcnclins n bulnne installation and service school In Hamburg, Ark. Mrs: Bishop spent the week end with him in Hninuurg. • Miss Louise Nichols accompanied Mrs. Bishop on the trip. Mrs. Arnold McDnnicI and Donnle McDaniel visited her niece. Miss Jean Huhbnrd. at the Baptist WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 1951 Wir.SOM HON'OIl S TS -James Muncy lias been selcceted U) 'Principal J. J). Robert. His Br ,irte average was 05.S. Named saluta- torinn was Al«ie nularvy (second from left), whose B ratle average was 94.6. Receiving honorable mention a erase was 92.6. fcv Nunnallv Hospital In Memphis Wednesday afternoon nnd nlKlil. Miss flub- barrt whose home l.s in Memphis, underwent surgery Wednesday morning. Mrs. Johnny Manker mxl Mrs. Tom Cr.-iln were Memphis shop- ncrs Wednesday adernnon. Brouphtrm I.m-ctt attended a meeting lield at Hole] Noble in niytlicviiie last week. Mr. l.ovett is a radio nnd television tcclini- cian. Mrs. If. p. Casli Jr., and Mrs. Minnie Bell Byforil <>J Crjuvfords-, vlllc visited Mrs, Cash' brother, j Floyd Moore, and family and herj Uncle, R. It, Moore, and his fam-] lly In Wynne last Wednesday nnd Thursday. Mrs. Clarence Mcrllin u-i>.s i li e icsL of Mrs. flarry Seolt in Memphis Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wile.v ,'md children, Hilly Wayne nnil Mary] Lou, and Mr. Wiley's mother, Mrs.' C. E. Wiley, of Lufkin, Texas, molorcrt to Ohloli, Term., for a week end visit with relatives. Mrs. C. E. Wilry remained for n lam;- r.r visit with her brothers ami sisters. En route honn. 1 , Mr. a ti d Mrs. Wiley ami children slopped in Memphis where they visited Mrs. Rnssic Perry al th" Unptisl Hospital. Mrs. Perry, an aunt of Mrs. Wiley's underwent .surgery Saturday morning. John El,is, son of Dr. and Mrs. N. Ti. Ellis, who atlemis t h e University of Tennessee at Knox- vllle. was the week end (-nest of his parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. Hosford nnd son, Marty, were the week end guests of her parents ' Mr. and j Mrs. J. R. Russell nnd family in Marked Tree. Miss Annie Rae Rowland spent a few days last week with her mother In Dumas, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dye and t children. Barbara and David, andl Kttest, Mrs. Carson Williams of Memphis, spent Saturday with his aunt Mrs. Bond Stewart in Tyronza. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brown Gwyn announce the birth of a daughter April Ti at St. Joseph Hospital in Memphis. The baby has been named BcUy Loti. They have a three year old daughter. I Miss Bobbye Mac Griffin, a student at St. Joseph Hospital School j of Nm.stiifi; jh Memphis, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Griffin, and brother. Charles. Sunday, the Orif- . fin family visited his sister. Mrs Frank Robinson, nnd Mr. Robinson in Forrest, City. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Yates, Sr., had as their week end aucsts thelr son, Cpl. Robert W. Yates, stationed at, ScoM Field. III.. :,nd their daimhtcr, Mr.s. I.eroy Koch, and her family of Luxora. Mr and Mrs. .laol: Henderson and! .'.on. Mike,, visited friends ili'Kon- nefl, Mo.. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Marshnll Conner and children. Cheran nnd Tommy,! of Monctfe ivere the week end' ouesls of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bnford ijnylns, and son. Tommy last week, Mr. and Mrs. Huforrt Boyles. Jr., and daughter. Eleanor Suzanne of Memphis, were the week end cuests n f n ts parents. Mrs. E. H. Douglas was in Jone.s- boro Monday where she visited her daughter'- In - law. Mrs. Welcion Douglas, at at. Bernard Hospital. Rannic Cullorn. Ralph Cash Howcll Nicholson and Miss Betty Smith accompanied Miss Merle Jane Mnekcy to her home In Arka- dclphla. for a week end visit. Miss Mackey Is the fourth Grade teacher at Wilson school and the three boys are her pupils. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Brigance of! Peoria, Til., were the week end { guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wheel-] or and daughter, Olenda. Mrs. Bill Cherry and small son, Vicky, are visiting her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rob Cherry, in Alamo, Term., this week. Mr. and Mrs. John Haynes were the dlcsts of Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Haynes In Memphis Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gene. Smith were Memphis: shoppers Thursday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wk Parker o! Gould, Ark., were ihe week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. T, Stotts. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hays and ?on, Mike, had a* their week end Kilesls his mother, Mrs. Sid Hays, nnd sister. Mrs. Hubert Bnlrd, of Cnrdwell, Mo. Mrs. C. D. Prire and Mrs. Jim McCullar . A cre in Memphis Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. I,. Wadsivortjj nnd family of West Memphis were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Powell, .Sunday. Charles George was returned home Monday from (he Methodist Hospital where he has been a pn- ticnt for 67 days. Miss Martha Muncy and James Muncy were the week end gtirat.5 of their parents, the. Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Muncy. In Lake City. Miss Hosptta Wolff spent the week end with her family in Memphis. \ Mr. and Mr.s. Harry Btifkln were For HEADACHE, demand- St.Joseph •- HI «• •^••^•^.•^^ i ASPIRIN WORLD'S LARGEST SEILER AT 100 In Memphu Friday where they attended the (uneral of C. A. Cox, Sr., of Horn Lake, Miss., »t the National Funeral Home. Cilen Shun, a student at Arkansas Slate College, spent the week end at home. Carrol Evans, a student at Oua- chlta College, conducted the services at Ihe Carson Lake Baptist Mission Church Sunday. Mr. Evans, who will graduate from the college May 19. will assume his duties as associate pastor at First Baptist Church here May 25. I Yflll m MVE 1 ( • VM PIN-WORMS i AND NOT KNOW IT.' * Fidsttinit. 0 u'e"'«; n!: " cUL '• Ith '" """ 1 """ * f Parasites that mffiical pjjierts say } f mre.1 on, „„!„/, ver ,;,j, TC , p e ,.. I ^ «on« naminnl. Entire 1 a m.y b« viclim. »ni! jinl linoo- it. V J To g,l r[,t of rin-Wt>rm,. thes, \ C SKXj;^,^^ 1 ^:^ I « SK'itrAssi'SfrTsa.'s; \ • ... «nd hereV Kow they do it: \ f Fir»t-K Kcientinc coatrng c*r- 1 ^ rips the tablets into the howoN b+- I A fore they Hi BS nlv«. Thr» - J Brn( ,- B * 1 modrm, mcriicslly-Hisprnved in- \ f Kre-Iient R ncA ripTu u> w nr k~Jti(fj / ^ Pin.Wonna qulrkly and ex^ilj-. I I I r«j Ildn't Inl-n IKIM t UlUO i: 11 uncos wn.n Ttlii aangeioiis, hiirhlv contAj-Joiis ron- ditmn. At ihe tirai RIKTI of Pin- Worms , *fk your rfrucsLsl fn r 0€iiuin« J aj-ne'n ['.W Vermifuge. , thesma!], ezsy-to-uke tableU perfected by fnmo\js Dr. D. Jn.yne A t>on, srecJBfistt in worm r*moilte* Tor over 100 ycarr Your vacation starts when you take the wheel ~\7"ES, we know vacation time's still a A few weeks away. But before you start laying out your sport clothes, giving last year's bathing suit a critical gander, or scanning road maps, we'd like to ask one important question: How arc you going to get there? Will those miles you decide to travel slip beneath you so easily thai you hardly know the road is there? Will you pull up at a hotel, motel or camp, wishing you'd set your sights on one another two hours away? Will your shoulders be free from aches-and you-know-what free from numbness? I he best way to get the right answer to these questions is to start out in a Buick. There's Icgroorn, shouklcrroom, elbowroom for everyone to ride at ease —and big, soft, deep cushions to keep you comfortable. There's a Million Dollar Ride to soothe the miles. There's an oversized trunk to keep the car uncluttered. There's Dynaflow Drive* to let the driver ride relaxed for hour after hour and protect back-scat riders from that wooziness that goes with lurch-and-go driving. And along with all this, there's a mile' eating Fireball 8 Engine — a high-compression valve-in-head with turbo-top pistons — that stretches a tankful of gas surprisingly far. . Time's aflceting. If you want to make this year's vacation trip a joy from the day you leave home, the wise thing to do is order that Buick now. How about a demonstration? ( f-itrn ivsf 01* of AT Sfrifl Sure is true for'5? When better automobiles are built BUICK will build them LANGSTON-McWATERS BUICK Co., Walnut & Broadway, Phone 4555 Jo I,ee Williams attended the gy Bowen. udltlon for the District Guild oJ Musicians in Blytheville Saturday, he was accompanied to Blythe- Ille by her aunt, Miss Norma Andrson, Carrol Evans and Miss Peg- Mrs. Ed Williams conducted a study on the Women's Mlsslonsrr Manual at the Joiner Baptist Church Monday tnd Tuesdkr hlghts. VEGETABLE CONCRETE CULVERT TILI Sizes up to M IB. Corrugated Metal Culv«rU Sizes up to 81 la. A. H. WEBB Automatic Flood Gate* Concrete i Metal Septic Tmk» Sewer Tlt« Rest Prices We DeUrtr Highway 61 it SUte Lhu Phone 714 r EVERY TIRE REDUCED PASSENGER-TRUCK-TRACTOR WARD WEEK SALE ENDS SATURDAY Cor-own»n, irucken, farmers —buy now ond jave with •ofety. Every Riverside tire It priced extra-low. Every tir* 1« first quality matefiah throughout. Every Riverside "n backed by Wards lifetime warranty, look at the rock-bottom prices on popular passenger sizes be[ow. Save on alt tires, PASSENGER TIRES AND TUBES Tir< S:z» 6.30-15 6.00-16 6.50-16 6.40.15 6.70-15 7.10-15 7.60-15 8.00-15 6.70-16 0 ,2T 15.25 11.25 15.75 (B]DcW 16.95 12.75 17.45 ilaiv.nld. 12.95 13.35 14.95 16.75 18.45 U.65 [?) Dtl u » e AirCviriion* 14.95 15.45 17.25 18.95 20.55 15.75 Deli/ia Tutsi" 2.40 2.10 2,45 2.10 2.40 2.50 3,70 3.10 3.45 *Fn"<t pfu* F*rf. fox or.J your c/rf lit*. * *P/ic» pTuj ft J. la*. TRUCK TIRE SALE-PHONE WARDS All Riverside truck tires are priced exrro-low ior Ward 1 Week. These prices, plus Riversides low-coit-per-mile-per- formance, mean big dollar savings for yoj. W« hav« a lire .for every Job. Phone, and a Ward lire man will call. BUY OK CONVENIENT MONTHLY TERMS TIRES MOUNTED WITHOUT CHARGE L J

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