The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 24, 1956 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 24, 1956
Page 5
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1958 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS" PAGE FIVE With Our William H. Wyatt, Blytheville planter, has been elected secertary of the Arkansas State College Bo.ard of Trustees in Jonesboro. Meeting at the college recently, board members adopted a program for the coming year's operation. Plans for building a men's dormitory and a library building were discussed. Three students from this area have been elected to offices in Phi Mu sorority at Arkansas State College. They are Shirley Newsom, Leachville, membership director; Norms Jean. Handley, of Oiedon,: secretary; and Jean Bell, Gideon,! assistant membership director. : enor scholarship. He is the. son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex S. Hill, o! 1104 Country Club Drive. Hill is a sophomore taking pre- dental work. Requirement for the Dean's list is a grade average of B-plus. Appearing on the honor roll In the college of agriculture, University of Arkansas, were Shirley Heard, Etowah, senior; and Laura Hornby, Blytheville junior. Margaret Whistle, of Roseland, a freshman at Hendrix College, was one of 40 Methodist students who toured New York and Washington on a five-day Christian citizenship seminar at United Nations and Capitol Hill.' Arkansas State .College varsity i letters in football luu'C bci.ii awjr | ded 31 players. Among them were; Jesse Johnson, Blytheville, winning a four-year award; Tommy Spiers, of Osceola, second-year letierman: Loon Privett, 'Blyt'iev- illf second-year award; Billy D'Vidson, Manlle, second-year; and Bill Orogory icq'), Caruthersville. first-year letter. Participating recently in the | new Arkansas Intercollegiate Band [ performance at Hendrix College weie Ralph Wahl, Blytheville, and' Sharon Faulkner, of Osceola, both of Arkansas State College. Pledges of Alpha Gamma Delta ' sorority at Arkansas State Col-, leee have chosen Maurene Dobbs, Dell, secretary; Jo Ann Chandler, | Senath, song leader; and Barbara, Mumma, Senath, reporter. | Carolyn Lynch, Wilson,' has at-1 tained the Blue Mountain College • honor roll at the Mississippi school. Forty-five students made the list, i —Among reufeui iUbUkfei> U) fut- ernities at Arkansas State College ville, and Fred O. Wagner, Manila, to Pi Kappa Alpa; Donald Dunn, Osceola. Jerry Metcalf, Leachville, Murrary G. Sullivan, Hayti, and James R. Taylor, to Sigma Pi; and Robert Ellington, Portageville, Gordon D. French. Kennett, Rusty May, Osceola, Robert Dale Pelts, Kennett, Donald Raymond Toombs, Leachville, to Sigma Phi Epsilon. Among Featured soloists and choreographers at a program of dance presented recently at Mississippi Southern College was Pat Speck, of Blytheville. Peggy Taylor, Blytheville, a freshman at Mississippi Southern College, accompanied the Gold Notes recently to the University of Mississippi as vocalist for Kappa Delta Valentine dance. Woman Saved By Hair of Head . SYDNEY Australia (ff) — A man grabbed his wife by her hair as she slipped over a 300-foot cliff today and held on for five minutes until police arrived to help pull her to safety. The husband told the oficers the 35-year-old woman, yelling; hysterically, dashed from their home and tried to jump over the cliff at the entrance to Sydney Harbor. A lunacy court ordered the woman held fo robservation. Police withheld names. Fur and Onions DALLAS (/Pi—The fur company which sought an injunction to prevent the hamburger stand from moving next door .on. the grounds that lurs absorb onion odors has reached an out-of-courfc settlement. The furriers will buy the lease from the hamburger stand owners for $1,500 and pay their landlord $50 a month for six months with the -assurances no other food concern will move in. Terry Wayne Crouch,, of Blytheville, is a cadet major in the ROTC unit at Arkansas State College. Steve Hill, a Blytheville student Recent pledges to Arkansas State at Hendrix College, has earned a i College sororities include Maurlne place on the Dean's list for sup-1 Dobbs, Dell, and Barbara Jean OSCEOLA NEWS By Bettye Nelle Stan- Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Phillips were I guests 'of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cullom called Sunday night to Haskell, | Jr. The two men were in Mr. Cul- Okla to the bedside of Mrs. Phillips' | lom's company In Italy during mother who is seriously ill at tho i World War II and this was their home of a son in Haskell. I frlst reunion since the end of the Mrs. A. P. Spiese and daughter, Miss Karolyn Rose Speise. left by plane Sunday for a week in Lost Angeles as guests of Mrs. Speise's sister, Mrs. J. R. Craig. On their return trip, they will return by the way of St. Louis where Miss Speise anied by ms , Chester Dane- Ml I--...* t.*,,. rt .1 ^ vatlll-11 t-«lllf>.-> — "J hower drove to Santa Montica, Calif. Monday where the Cramer's •.visit their son, John Cramer Jr., Mrs. Cramer and the newgrandson, John Cramer III. Mrs. Danehower will visit her two daughters and will will leave her mother and return to Denver Where she is based as stewardess with Continental Air Line. Mi-, and Mrs. Johnny Crain Sr., returned home over the weekend after a month in Miami. Sgt. and Mrs. W. B. McDowell of I remain until June 1. Mr. and Mrs Granite City, HI. and R. H. Hendrix i Cramer will return home In two of Willhita, Kans., were weekend' weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dean and daughter Rita of Memphis were weekend guests of Mr. Dean's mother, Mrs. Mary Dean. Mr. and Mrs. John Cramer ac- Hortheast Arkansas' Most Popular Theatre! SATURDAY NIGHT 10:30 p.m. SUNDAY and MONDAY The most challenging secret mission the masked-man and Tonto ever faced t WON HUE • MY silVHHEEtS mt'imtfi • mm mm -KMT urt i»fmiM .mi MUM -» : fluis HWI'H ~™ „ SIIUIT Nf ISIEI _.„„ Mumma, Senath, to Alpha Gamma Delta, and Barbara Jean Mumma, Seanth, to Alpha Gamma Delta, and June DaVault, of Arbyrd, to Alpha' Omicorn Pi. James Bullington, Portageville, is a pledge to the Arkansas State College chapter of Pershing Rifles, national military fraternity. IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE ClUCKASAWBA DISTRICT OP MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Bama Spencer, Pltf. vs. No. 13,227 James Roy Spencer, Dft. WARNING ORDER The defendant, James Roy Spen- cei, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named In the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff. Bama Spencer. Dated this 23rd day of February, 1.956. SEAL GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk. Wm. S. Rader, Atty. for Pltf. James M. Gardner, Attorney ad Litem. 2/24-3/2-9-16 IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Jonn W. Watson, Pltf. vs. No. 13,228 Beatrice Irene Watson, Dft. »' A R N I N G ORDER The defendant, Beatrice Irene Wilson, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, John W. Watson. Dated this 23rd day of February, 1956. SEAL GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk. Wm. S. Rader Atty. for Pltf. James M. Gardner, Atty. ad litem. 2/24-3/2-9-16 IN THE PROBATE COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS ADOPTION NOTICE Sarah M. Willson and Robert R. Willson, Pltfs. vs. , No. 2,371. G. W. Gifford, Dft. Take notice that on the nth day of February, 1956, a petition was tiled by Sarah M. Willson and Robert R. Willson in the Probate Court foi the Chtckasawba District of Mississippi. County, Arkansas for the adoption of a certain person named Claudia Rae Gifford. NOW, unless you appear within Some 820 persons of every 1000 suffer I'rom some sort of sickness every year. thirty (30) days after the date of this notice and show cause against such application, the question shall de taken as confessed and decree of adoption entered. SEAL ELIZABETH BLYTHE PARKER, Clerk. By RUTH C. BESS, D. C. DATED: February 17, 1956. 2/24-3/1 Jean Johnson, of Steele, has been elected song leader of Phi Mu sorority's pledge class for the spring semester. Completing practice teaching requirements in northeast Arkansas high schools are two seniors from this area who are majoring in agriculture education at Arkansas State College. They are L. V. Bryant. Wilson, and iVayne Hartsfield, Monette. All You Need for Child's Cough When colds, measles or flu leave your.child with a croupy. Cough get Creomulsion quick because chronic bronchitis may develop. 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The Information thus given will be Immediately pasted on t* families moving here who need rental housing and may tnabl* you lo have vour properly occupied quickly and with a ntlnliniiB of trouble and expense on your part. (This «<lverllsenient Is published ai i public service by The niylhtvllle Real Estato Board)

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