The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 23, 1954 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 23, 1954
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PAGE TWO BLTTHEnLLE (ARK.)" COURIER ICEWS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18,1954 iiiiilii minim TOP NEGRO EXHIBITS — These exhibits in the Haraway; Exhibit Building at the fairgrounds here were named winners in judging held yesterday in the Negro divl&ion. At top is Harrison High School's entry whics placed second. -Its theme is "Schools Make Better Citizens." Center: Carson Lake school won third with this booth built around the theme of "Making a Living." -Bottom photo shows the winning NFA booths.. Harrison High School's first place booth •is at right and the Osceola NFA booth, which •won second, occupies the left half of the exhibit area. (Courier News Photos) Jean Simmons to Try Hand at Film Musical HOLLYWOOD (ff\ — Actress Jean Simmons, who gained critical acclaim for her role of Ophelia to Sir Laurence Olivier's Hamlet, is .going to try her hand at a rnovie musical. She has been cast as a mission worker in the film version of "Guys and Dolls." Frustrated Thief Gets Outdated Money BUTTE, Mont. L?) — Whoever swiped Andrew Brown's money j may have a tough time spending it. Brown told Mining City police someone took $100 bills from his wallet. He said they were of the king- size variety, discontinued back in 1928. World War I Veteran Finds Old 'GI' Hat LAWRENCE, Kan'. MB — City Clerk Harold Fisher was issued a uniform for his role in the "World War I" scene of the Lawrence Centennial Pageant. The old style campaign hat fitted perfectly. Inside it Fisher found the initals he placed in a hat issued to him by the Army in 1918. Fisher doesn't know how the hat got into the costume department of the John B. Rogers Co. that is staging the pageant, but he is sure it is his old hat. FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE Begins Revival With Paul Kirkendail of Blytheville PROTECTS the BEAUTY OF YOUR CAR..* AMERICAN CARPORT • A I,«ri« 10 by 20 Foot Shelter * *o4«ntif Hc«llr-Styl«d, FRANK P. CARTER Kennetr, Mo. 507 King St. Ph. 82183 Wells And Pumps For Farm Crop Irrigation Equipped to drill any Size Well 'You can't irrigate without water." ARKANSAS WELL COMPANY PO-3-4110 131 E. Main Congress Passes FARM IRRIGATION BILL NOTICE: Irrigation loam by Act of Congress «oon available Bill signed by President on August: 20. W. D. COBB ' Civil Enginttr—County Survivor Win make a topographic stirey, detailed plan and eoit estimate for yowr fwntenplr t«d irrigation »r rlct flooding program. 28 Ytors fxpcr/tnct S£ W.D.COBB CON8U1/TINO ENGINEER IMS Ream Si Great Crowds Are Anticipated during this SALVATION CAMPAIGN Beginning September 23 The Pastor, Rev. M. D. Mabry, gives the public a hearty invitation to come hear this man — as he explains the jreat Mysteries of God. GREAT CROWDS ARE EXPECTED NIGHTLY AT 7:45 Church Located On Corner Of Lilly And Vine Come Early to Get A Seat! District Fair Winners Art Exhibit Portrait or figure In oil — Allen Pensinger, Blytheville, 1; Dorothy Pensinger, Blytheville, 2; Nancy Damon, Blytheville, 3. Landscape in oil — Dr. Edna Nies, Blytheville, 1; Miss Tabitha Sudbury, Blytheville, 2; Mrs. Odella Adcock, Blytheville, 3. Still life in oil — Dr. Nies, 1; Dorothy Pensinger, 2; Mrs. Adcock, 3. Floral in oil — Dr. Nies, 1, 2 and 3. Landscape in water color — Miss Sudbury, 1, 2 and 3. Still life in water color — Miss Sudbury, 1, 2 and 3. Floral in water color — Miss Sudbury, 1 and 3; Mrs. George Barham, Blytheville, 2. Pastel or charcoal — Miss Sudbury, 1. Pen — Jack Tapp, 1, Miss Sudbury, 2 and 3. I encil — Jack Tapp, 1. Ceramics — Mrs. Marion Sanderson, Jonesboro, 1 and 2; Mrs. Alma Pagitt, Lepanto, 3. Originals — Nancy Damon, 1; Miss Sudbury, 2; Mrs. Barham, 3. Collection of three — Miss Sudbury, 1; Mrs. Barham, 2; Mrs. Lee Stiles, Blytheville, 3. Judges were Mrs. Elmer Stuck and Mrs. Walter Lewis, both of Jonesboro. By EDNA BROWN Mr. and" Mrs. Marshall Speck and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Woods, drove to Lebanon, Term., last week end to take then" sons, Dickie Speck and Clay Woods to Castle Heights school. " Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Jenkins grandchildren from Memphis are spending a few days with them at Joiner. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Campbell and two sons spend the week end at Tiptonville. Tenn., visiting with his mother, Mrs. Bertha Campbell, and getting in a little fishing. • Mrs. Don Fletcher spend Wednesday night at Blytheville, with her mother, Mrs. L O. Westbroofe Mr. and Mrs. Bob Waldren and son, Jimmie, of Blytheville, were week end guests of the Don Fletchers. Mrs. Roy Koonce returned to her home in Joiner on Saturday after a long stay in a Memphis hospital. Both she and Mr. Koonce were injured in a wreck some time ago. She is still in a cast. Mrs. Eisner Beall of Wilson, ,,-entertained the "Wilson Cororuele' bridge club at her home on Wednesday of last week. There were two tables. High score was won by. Mrs. Jim Elslander of Driver, sec- ond by Mrs. O. W. Speck of Frenchman's Bayou and bridge by Mrs. Albert Banks of Whitton. Joiner had 12 member* at the M.Y.F. sub-district meeting held last Monday night at the Lake Street Methodist Church in Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell Brown and Mrs. Ellie Hughen were in Memphis on Sunday to visit witja Campbell's mother, Mrs. May Brown, and Miss.Violet Brown. Mrs. Ed Crutcher of Frenchman's Bayou helped to serve supper, for the Kappa Delta rushes at Southwestern University in Memphis on Thursday night. Miss Mary Jane Crutcher, a student at South- J western, is scholarship chairman! of Kappa Delta sorority. ! Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Eubanks, j Sr., and son, Parker, Mr. and Mrs. j Clayton Eubanks, Jr., and baby | daughter, Charlote, all of West \ Memphis were Sunday guests of the ! Rayford Eubanks. Buddie Felts was home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Horace Felts, over the week end. He is a student at Arkansas State. Roy Stoubaugh and family of Cherry valley, where he is superintendent of schools, were visiting in Bassett on Sunday. He was formerly manager of Idaho Grocery at | Bassett. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Letson and daughter of Lambert. Miss., were weekend guests of her relatives at Bassett and Joiner. Mrs. Irene Sulcer of Memphis was a guest of Mrs. Kenneth Sulcer of Joiner last week end. Mrs. Kenneth Sulcer spent Thursday with her in Memphis.. , Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Cain of Columbus, Miss., spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Horace Felts of Bassett and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Driver of Turrell. Miss Billy Lou Adams of Bassett has gone to Bellville, HI., to work as a telephone operator. Her twin sister, Miss iva Sue Adams, is working at Memphis. Mr. and Mrs.-Eugene Hughen ana family were in Memphis visiting on Sunday. ROY BAKER ... our servici;. ...repairman, - invites you to call on him for all types of appliance repair jobs. Whatever the job may be—w;ater pumps, electric irons, electric stoves, washing machines— your man is ROY BAKER. General Hardware and Appliance Co. 10$ W Main Ph. 3-4585 DELCO WATER PUMPS Pump • .' Water Pipe Softeners WATER PUMP REPAIR SBRVId General Hardware and Appliance Co. 109 W. Main Ph. 3-4585 \ the ^^vw«jr\%fc»» As seen, in SEVENTEEN NORTHEAST ARKANSAS DISTRICT FAIR TODAY IS F. F. A. DAY THROUGH SEPT. 26 HEY KIDS! FRIDAY IS KID'S DAY FREE GATE ADMISSION Calling all juniors! JONATHAN LOGAN has found • way for yon to be practical and attractive at the •ame time, Crease-resiitant, chroma pun acetate in heatfaertone* is shaped with figure flattering tucked bodice, skirt full enough to be buoyed by many petticoats with wide leather belt—convenient •ide pocfceli and wisk off while linen-y collar. Si*w 5 to 15. $17.95 ALL RIDES 10< UNTIL 5 P.M. Greased Pig Contest TONIGHT AT 8:00 P.M. At the Grandstand See the F.F.A. Boys Chase the Pig! Friday Is 4-H (iub Day! BIG STAGE VARIETY SHOW BEGINS TONIGHT Bring the whole family out for an evening of fun! VISIT THE MANY BOOTHS IN THE EXHIBIT BUILDINGS. THEY ARE EDUCATIONAL 6 BIG DAYS 6

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