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WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1952 BLYTHEVILLE (AKK,) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEK WILSON NEWS- By Mrs. B. F. Boylet Get Diplomat "Success equals Curiosity, Work, Christ," Bald A. B. Bond, Jr., of Little Rock, commissioner of education in Arkansas, In his address to the Wilson High School graduating class at the Commencement exercises Friday night in the school auditorium. "It's what you get In your head and what you have in your heart that counts," he (.old the graduates. The. processional, "Pomp and Circumstance," was played by |) k Miss Martha Ann Stewart and the invocation was given by the Rev, A. P. Muncy of Lake City. The school quartet sang three .selections and the girls' ensemble sang "Sundown." v Miss Alsie Duluney, EEiluiatonan, chose as her topic "Education For Growth" and James Muney selected "Science for Human Need" as the topic of Ills valedictory address. list Church are sponsoring a playground project to furnish a recreation spot for the teen-agers several nights a week during the summer and for younger boys and girls in the afternoons, A group of the yoimg people met Thursday afternoon at the church and began work on the playground. Games will include badminton, horse shoes and croquet. They also build K barbecue pit. to their departure on the annual senior trip. WMU Circlet Meet Circles of the Baptist Women* Missionary Union met in afternoon and night sessions Monday. The Mae Jones Circle n.et at the home of Mrs. Ed Williams, in the afternoon with Broughlon OA's Meet Mrs. Quitman Cox entertained the BnplLst Girls Auxiliary with a "Reuben and Radical' p. rty Thursday afternoon at her body Knows Lie Trouble I've Seen." home. In games played Patricia I Those present were Mrs. Bardn An Lovett. presiding in the absence of Mrs. Pauline Corkran, circle chair- ma n. Mrs. Ellis Clark offered the opening prayer. The group began the study of the book "Stewartslilp Applied" by J. B. Lawrence, with Mrs. Williams teaching. Mrs. Albert Greenwell, WMU president, was a guest, purhifr the social hour, following the business meeting, Jo Lee Williams entertained with three longs. "Come Dnucc With Me,' and "No- Wrodyurd and Jo I^ee Williams \vcre awarded prizes. Others present were Donna Lynch, Sue Alex- anu'i-r, Dorothy Matt son,. Eugenia Price and Esther Bnfkln. Bridge Club Meets Mrs. Wallace Thompson was hostess to her Thursday Night Bridge Club and one girest at her deison, M s Maivhatl Woodyard, Mrs. Harry Woddynrd and Mrs. J. M. Butler. Abernathy Circle met in an afternoon session at the homo of Mrs. Glen Wlicpier. Mrs. Jack Zook. circle chairman, presided during the business session. Mrs. D. D, Cash gave the devotional. Reports were The country home ot Mrs. F.. H. Burns south of O.sceola WRS the netting Friday for the luncheon- meeting of the district officers of the Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service, of the Jonesboro District. The district is composed of 43 local societies. Mrs. William Hickox of Jonesboro, district WSCS president, presided during the business sessions. The devotional was given by Mrs, Leroy Brownlee of Luxora, spiritual life secretary. During the jftiornlng session, which began at ^To o'clock, reports were given by various officers and plans were discussed for the presentation of the goal for the quadrennial. In the afternoon, Mrs. George Dtsinger of Jonesboro, promotion secretary, was in charge of the program. Plans were made for the area Officers Training Days, which . will be held May 29 for Area One, the place to be announced Inter, and June 8 for Area Two, that will b« held ftt Tyronza. Guest* were presented corsages of rained flowers as they entered. Among the nineteen attending there were 15 district and two con- fereoc* officers and two visitors. Hostesses for the luncheon, served Duffet style, were Mrs. E. I Shincyfdt of Osceola, Mrs. Leroy Brownlee of Lux or a and Mrs Etetoer D. Beall of Wilson. Cl«b MwU Mr*, dstner D. BeaU entertained th« Delta Coterie Club and one fUM* with ft dewert bridge Wednesday afternoon at h*r home. Miss Sue Fletcher of Stuart, Fla., who Ls TlsJtlng her sister, Mrs. Warren ' Speck, ot Frenchman'* Bayou, was High .scoring honors went (o Mrs. C. D. Price with Mrs. Reese winning second. Bridgo went to Mrs. Jerry Cullom. A salad plate was served by the hostess. WSCS Ha,i Meeting The Methodist Womeus Society of Christian Service met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Hudson Wren with 19 members present. Mrs. John Enoch, president, presided during the business ession, Mrs. Elstner D. BeaU was n charge of the program the topic of which was "All Things Are Thine." Mrs. Gilbert Wiley gave the scripture reading. Appearing on Mrs. Enoch. Mrs. Gerald th» fii*«t. top Mrs. J. D. Ranlrin wa< with Mrs. John Enoch ClH Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Simms enter Ulned bh*k- Octette Bridge Glut \Vedneadar av«nlng at their horn at Marte. High scoring honors went to MF. and Mr*. Kntn«r D. BeeH. Gene Smith with Mra, Stanley Pierce in charge of the program Mrs. Jnrfc Trame). Mrs, W. D. Brown. Mrs. Jack Smith. Mrs, Ivan Hay n es a nd M rs. I A. rn a r Mi? Da n iel look part on the program. Dui-ine the social hour, the hostess served pin a-la-mode. Tlii* Alfred Carpenter Circle held a night meeting at the home of Mrs- Russell Nash. Mrs. Harry Bufkin offered the opening prayer. Mrs. C. D. Price tftiight the first le.-son on "Stewartship Applied." Eleven members were present. Mrs. D. B. Bledsoe closed the meeting with prayer. ' 1 Personals Melvin Webb, of Law ton, Okln., who was in Wilson for the gradua- he program were rfrs. Sudle Cecil, Whiteside, Mrs. Roy Stobaugh and Mrs. Alma Harnden, Following the talks, Mrs. Beall asked thnt each member make her pledge for the year. After were placed on the table. ;h* group stood and said a prayer dedicating the pledges. Mrs. Gilbert Wiley gave her small MrH- Webb were Mr and Mrs EU . js daughter Mary Lou Wtle.v. a baby Webb ami children. Wayne, Stanley life membership in the WSCS. ' In EI short business .session, was announced that new WSCS officers will be Installed, during the Sunday morning service June 1 and Officers Training Days will be held May 29. mm NO FUELIH' — S, C. Basselt, an airlines operations man ago r at Seal He, Wash., develops a double headache. Shortage of g:!si»Luie. due to the nationwide oil sUil-kf. g.ive him lhe liisl oni?. Seven fee) oi teletype message, carrying order from Petroleum AdminisU'aliot) for npfpn: p restricting use (if gasoline, gave him tlie second one. r a month's visit. Mrs. Maurice Lynch and daugh- ers, Donna and Virginia Ann. are pending this week with her mother n Oxlord, Mi^a. Miss Annie Rae Rowland visited •elnUves in Helena Sunday. | returned to their respective homes. i Hume me planning lo rcttnn to ' Wilson this fall and others are planning to teach elsewhere. i Those returning include Miss Dorothy Russell of Lulu, Miss., who will nil end (lie summer K^S- Mr. BLcdsce conducted the Sunday Robert Griffin *nd Wallact ! morning service at lhe Carson Lake Missloti Church find the evening .service nt First UapUsL Church, Sunday. The HaptUt Crusaders, composed Mrs, Charley Coikran of Mem- | _^ i _ Jhis was the week end gnost of her 1 ninn sister, Mrs. Pauline Corkran. ! FH/,. Mr. and Mrs. John Bowcn Jitid ; sion at the University of Missis- at Oxford; Miss Mavis Rod- of Calico Hock and Bruce; of young j to the Com >unri;iy nftci of Possum Grnpe. whof BI(ldfioe w m complete work on their nuis-j is-Gene .Smiih le in llu 1 church, went ly Kivni at Luxora i oo n. T he Rev. D. B. Thompson spent the week end liih- ing on Black River, near Cornlnf, Ark. Mrs. E. H. Douglas W spending this week with her sons and their [aiiiiUc'j; in Jonesboro, Mr, and Mis. Marshall Woodyard and children spent the week end uctecl n .service and 1 with her parents in Jackeon, Ml od tlie singing. Music Their sons, Johnny and Jtnimy, :lnn»hter*. Jean and Jane, and her' )>ers degrees :it George Pennody was furntshed by Harold Perry on] stayed for a longer visit with their mother, Mrs. R. L. Douglas of Ma-: college at Niishvillc; Roynl Small I ^ p irnmpel. grandparents. mnnti. who Is visiting here, siscni : of cardwell. Mo., who will com-! Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Oils , p!ete w 0 r ^ O n his masters at rant in Marked Tree. j Washington University in St. Mrs. Marshall Conner and c-hll-. LOUIS' Miss Betty Bond of Oua- dron, Chernn and Tommy of Mo-ichitn. Ark., who will altPiui the nct(p and Mr. and Mrs. Bufford] summer session at Henderson Boylcs, Jr.. nnd daughter. Kleatuti'; a ute College at Arkack'lphia; Suzanne of Memphis were horo fiu-j Miss NL . uic Jeatl F| ie jj«i of Malthe conniienccment exercises. Fri- veni _ wllo p]:ins lo RUcnt i East dya nlalil, Texas State Teachers at Coin- Mr, nnd Mrs. O. F. Stewart of \ merrc. Texas and Mrs. Helen MuvrilloE) were the week end gunsts j Wjiid^oi 1 of Conway wlio \vill at* of Mr. and -Mrs. Hc-nlon Gni'rettJ it-mi school In Oklahoma this &»in- Their dAUKhler. MLss Martha Ann ; mer. Slcxvart. who has been a meinhfrj Others rriunilng in Scptetnbei' of (he Wilson Hlfjh School faculty,! aj'« Miss Mailha Muncy of Late accompanied them h o m e. Miss; City, MJi-> Merit: Ju.vne Mut'kpy of Stewart li»s ucccpiecl a position on] Arkudclphin, Mi.-.ses Rosa Ktla Wolfe nnd Mildred Hood of Memphis and G. K. Adalr of Columljus, Miss. Miss Ksthryne Gregory of Ar- Carl MoNabb and her family. Mrs. Arnold M<.:Diiniel and Miss Peggy ISoiven \\'ere Memphis sliop- pers. Thurwdny. Ihe Morrilton Hi^h Sohool faculty, n music instructor. . Reid Btockpr of Cincliinatll, Ohio, was the Ruest of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Smith Thursday nJfiht. kndelphtn mid Miss Phyllis May- Mrs, James Elroii has returned. brey of A.vhdown have accepted home from the Methodist HoRptlnl! tea: liir.g positions nt Loii^ View, iu Memphis where she \va.s a pa- ; Tex: .s. liom for snvera! days last v.vck. j M,. s N'oruia Ajiderson of Wilson. Mrs. Icie Hnskett of Trumiinn j Another inpinbpr of the faculty, has and son, Pfc, Erie llnskett. \vhojrp.sinned as first grade teacher, is home oil a leave, un; the nuests \ Jiere, ntui will tench at Bmitwood of her daughter, Mrs. Jack Siuilti.! School iu St. Louis the next .school nnd her family. Ollu»r t,'U-sis in ycnr. This .summer. Miss Anderson the Smith's home last week were Mr. nnd Mrs. Lonnle Reeves nd! will H i sitei Pcabody Collcgp : Nash- Cpl. I and son, Tommy, nnd liroughton • Pott-ell arri\cd Tliuis- : i jOV cit were in Memphis Wednesday for A 10 days visit with his i ^ay nfternoon. parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Pow- j Mrs. W. C. Getchnll of Pine BLuft ell. who is stationed at Shaw BaieJ.has returned to her home after a S. C. was in the Long Horn Maneu- visit with her daughter Mrs. ver in Texss for sevrral weeks. Cpl. H. G. Vales. Jr., luss arrivocl ville. to complete work on her mns- Saruh Steel of Tvumsiti and Mrs, j tors decree. Her work at the rol- Essie Reeves of Hot Springs. i [ C ge wns interrupted last summer ML-, and Mrs. Cliircnt'e Medlin due to illnc&s. Mi 1 , and Mrs, Klein Word have rc.sif nee! at Wilson HiRh School and have accepted positions nt the Hazen. Ark. school. Mr. WarA v.ill be school princijjal and Mrs. Ward will be librarian. Mr. nnd Mrs. Allen Meal and son H-.irnltl of Weonrv were Die Owens Sndler and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. Loren Burch ntid NOTICE Properly owners anil (or) lease holders within lhe oily limils, are required hy Ordinance No. 451 lo keep weeds mowed und in an otherwise sanitary condition. Penally for failure ID do so subjects the owner or U'iiKOr to a line of not less Ihan five or more than twenty five dollars. HeKinninj; as of this date, any person desiring the city lo mow their lots, will be assessed $2.0(1 per 5(1 foul lot, payable in advance lo lhe (engineering Department or the City Clerk. FOR THIS SERVICE CALL 2282 City of Biytheville at Camp Stonernan in San Fianois- | children of Little Rock were ihe j O f Mr. and Mrs. Ert WiUiams, Sun- co, Calif., »flei scnm:; the j week end guests of his mother. exercises Friday night, was j army In Korea, in a telephone con- i Mrs. James Cobb, Mr, Cobu and rushed to the Baptist Hospital in ] vor;ntion Sunday mr-nt, ho told his brother, Harold Burch. Memphis where he underwent tin | \s - lfe appendectomy, Sunday night. His Chaffi Ellis Clark attended to business i H. H. Dlnl of Mulvern and Mr. nnd In Oklahoma City, Okla.. last weok.j ^rs. W. C. Key of Lcola. Ark,, were the week end guests of Superintendent anrl Mrs. Phillip J. Deer and their family, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Miller were to Star City. Ark.. Saturday due to the death of his sister, Mrs E. K. McClnln. Mr. and Mrs. John D. Bledsoe' of Hot Springs were the week end guests of their son. the Rev. D. B. Blodsoe, and his family. The Rev. Teachers Entertained Mr. and Mrs. June Chiles,entertained five ot their sons' teachers with a dinner party at their home at Joiner, last week. They were Misses Martha Muncy. Mavis Rodman, Martha Ann Stewart, Royal Small, and Coach Bill Yates. Kaettal Given Mm. G*ne Smith presented her tmuftc pupH« in a recltnl Friday afternoon with the mothers of the pupftt M guevta. PuptU pres«nUd wer< Benny Bled*o«, p'.ayin? a spiritual "D**p River;" Melba McCullar. "T» Arabia;" Elaine Clark, "Country Gardens;" John Lovett, "Jig;" and Donna Lynch, "Elegy." Aftar the recital K picnic was held on the Baptist Church grounds. Mothers attending were Mr*. Ellis Clark, Mrs. Broughton Lovett, Mrs D- B. Bledsoe, Mrs. Jim McCullar and Mrs. Maurice Lynch. David Me- Cullar was also a guest. ftenton Fete* : ItoL Dora Merrell entertained the seniors with a tianc€ following graduation, Friday night. "Aunt Dodie" honors the Wilson High School graduates each year at (he ! Club Hou.w. Mr. and Mr» L. T. Bfcrnee entertained the graduates and the four sponsors with a family breakfast, Monday morning at 4 o'clock, prior C*»«rel« ••JTcrta, It tseh fco Lmch, plaia *r r»*nf creed C«Dtr*U Bnlldinf Blocks ch«ap- cr than Ivnber for barns, tbieken h*«M*, (HiBtp h*»»ec, tenant W«l ah Mil. We dclirer. f«r fr»* OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. Thf younp people of First It km HI Oil tarts JM Mrf brother, (Edwin, was n member of basic training. In the class. Mr. Webb was of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Grain, will the home of his parents, Mr. and en or eiqhl davs. He returned to the be among the seniors Clarence Webb and from MI.-w Hutchirwon's School in Other week end guests of Mr. and Miss Joan Cullom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cullom Jr., was and Cynthia of Little Rock. week end with relatives in Hazel- member of the Gulf Pnrk Col hurst. Miss. Her sister. Mrs. Leroy tege graduating class. home in Pontotoc. Miss. two weekji visit with his sister, Mrs. them home i Wilson High School faculty have Johnny, accompanied THURSDAY.. FRIDAY.. AND SATURDAY ORANGE SLICES 15 ASSORTED PLATES Large true-flavored ore jelly slice*. Tasty and they are strictly fre*h. Full pound bag. Everyday dinner plates that are full 9 inches In sire. Assorted colors. day. Mr and Mrs, Doyle Din! nnd sons of Charleston, Mo.. Mr. nnd Mrs. ] JOE ATKINS MACHINE WORKS commit »yiiT MITAL IHOP STRUCTURAL STIIL • OAS AND IUCTVIC WILDINO • GIN IIPA1IS * 11.ACKIMITH- I NO * HAiDWAII > MACH4HI IIPAWI BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS PHONES: Day 3142; Night 6153 It's Ready, Biytheville! BATH TOWELS 18 x 16 !nch. Pastels, deep tones and plaids . . . . double thread. Full 18x36 Inch site. 39c ralue. 25 RAYON PANTIES $ 4 FOR Beautiful p a x t e 1 ind white run-resistant ray- ons with novelty Lice ribbon panels. Women's 1 NYLON HOSE RAYON HALF SLIPS Ladies Si?c5. 3Z tri 41. p.Tutiful pns(cl and hUc. Lace Irlni bollom. Special ;it 51 Ga.—15 Renter. Cora nylnn hose, exquisitely .sheer. Assorted summer shades.- SI?,es In H. UNDERSHIRTS MEN'S SHORTS Siviss rih n-hllc roltnii knit at h let it* :inr!i i shirt in ^/es 2ft to 46. A value. S.mforl/rd rnltnn. rv lasl r ,,| or r u:Mi I'.".: d front- scrts. Si^cs 3S (o n. tvpc F.awn Chair. >'nril\vnr.(l frrmr. color ful ran*lv-slripr rovrrs. T.Iinil 3 lo ;i rus- I rimer. \Vnmcn s sl^es 32 lo 12. Lace (rim rayon crrprs nnd satin 1 ;, AVhites nnd nnstcK SI value. ^* ^ Hliilrs. ilouhlr scat. A TRAINING PANTY ™l b '^'" Sl " s 2 PAIR • ATTKACTIVI • 11MHAL TVADt-lNSI • LONG, IAST TIKMSI Come in today I BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR COMPANY Walnut & First • Phone 4422 Your New Store Located at 224 W. Chickasawba St., is Now Open for Business —Come in Today! Cut up Tray Packed ib. 49c Reversible Plastic Size 54x54 1.29 Value each 59C Golden Large Ripe Fruit Ib 12C Orange Full-o-Gold 46 oz, tin each 19C Ge'aiin Desier; Jell-Well 6 Delicious Flavors 5c Canned Peaches Highway Brand No ^ - 4% f 25c Aluminum Reynolds or Wearever 25 Ft. Roll 29c 2ND & MAIN BLYTHEVILLE