The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 3, 1954 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 3, 1954
Page 14
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1994 Jerry Lewis Is Back From Recent Illness; Hasn't Changed a Bit By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) — Jerry Lewis is back and Para- mowit's got him. The studio may have oxp.octed a more restrained Lewis after his recent serious illness with virus pneumonia and jaundice. He was required to stay abed for 35 days — if ' can imagine the frenetic comic doing that. But that setback hasn't chnnKcd hie exuberance. When 1 saw him on the set of "You're Never Too Young," he was disguised as a dapper Frenchman, with wic, mustache and goatee. Some said he looked like Tony Curtis. A wacky Tony Curtis, maybe. Jerry is the kind of fellow who can't be overlooked. He carried on four conversations at once, pausing in the middle of one to give an imaginary eye test to a pa.sser-by. He disappeared behind a piece of scenery and let out a bloodcurdling shriek. He reappeared :md started stuffing huge camera len- •es in his shirt. Intramural Plan At Wilson HS Volleyball Event Gets Things Started In New Program WILSON — The Wilson High School, has organized an intramural program under the leadership ol Coaches Courlway and Crews. Purpose is to promote sports throughout the high schol, with each class having both a boy and girl representative. Billy Rankin and Carolyn Nicholson are the senior representatives; James Sano and Carolyn Camper, juniors; Doyle Carpenter and Ann Nicholson, sophomores: Jack Suggs and Patricia Woodyard, freshman. One of the first sports participated In was volley bull. Finals are to be held sometime ki November, with both juniors and seniors, boys and girls participating. The students are now playing table tennis. Other activities Include basketball, shuffle board, soft bull, golf, track, swimming and horse shoes. A point system has been KG! up lor scoring. The class with the most points will be awarded a plaque at the end of the season. WA R N I N 0 ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CIIICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Frankie Lloyd Potter, PHf. vs. No. 12.7U2 Basil Potter, Dft. The defendant, Basil Potter, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court nanifd in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Prnnkle Lloyd Potter. Dated this 15th day ol October, 1954. SEAL OERA1.D1NE LISTON. Clerk. By ERNESTINE PETERSON, D.C. Percy Wright, Atty. for Pltf. T. J. Crowder, Atty. Ad Litem. 10.27-11'3-10-17 "I can use these for my hoinf movies." he explained. Then he- looked pained and returned Hie lenses. "I almost forgot—this is our production nnd I'd have lo pay for them" Dance and Talk Director Norman Tnurog came up for a conference. Jerry took his arm and they danced a foxtrot unconcernedly jis they discussed the next scene. Jerry wiis changing hLs shirt when he was called Into the -scene. When he didn't respond, Tauj'og and an aide dragged him bodily before the camera. Afterward, Jerry simmered down long enough to talk serious! of ihe future. Despite his Ulnest., hi- plans full steam ahead on his career. "We've got a lot of catching up to do," be reported. "We ..should have done two TV shows by now; our first will be Dec. 5 and we do four more this season. We've, got to pliiy the Suiuls in La.s Vegas and start a picture for Hal Wallis in February. Then there is our concert tour." What does his doctor .say about such n. schedule? "Oil. its all right for me to resume full activity," he said. "The only .thing is that I've got to rest in between. Sitting around and talking is all right between shots. But I've fiot to cut out the plaing baseball or hopping on a scooter and going all over the place." As if his .schedule were not busy enough, Jerry also has the notion that lie wants lo direct a TV series. That will come during his vacation DYESS NEWS Mrs. J. K JACOBS The Rov. George Tanner of For- dyci:, student at. Hendrix College in Comvny. preached id, Dyews Methodist, Church Stincltiy, morning. icthel and Myrtle Bonus relumed Thursday from Ponnan, Ark., to resume Ihelr school duties i't! Moiuitiy morning. Mr. and Mrs. JX'ii/.ll Holltleld itnd .sons, BiirL and Billy, left. Tuesday for their home a I- Corning dUer Severn 1 day.s here vl.sitlng her sister. Mrs. U>U!e Johnson and family. Scott and Junior Wrnlun. Pet.e Rogers, DLMLII Goodwin and Hilly Richiml were Memphis shoppers Monday. Mr. nnd Mr.s. W. L. Jacobs and son. Ronald Lynn, inude a brief visit at J. L. Jacobs home Tuesday Sleepless? —because of Add Stomach? l-iil I or I Turns .it bedtime — to nciitruli/c acid fast! Slill on IUMS FOR THI IUMMT HUBERT'S CLUB Now Is The Time to Plan A err At Hubert's Club There is never a dull moment and fun for all! Ask your friends about their birthday. They'll appreciate a birthday party at Hubert's Club. We'll Bake the Cake FREE OF CHARGE You can arrange for a Birthday Party any night during the week . . . also Saturday and Sunday afternoons. P.S. This also goes for weddings and anniversary parties, too! Photos on request. UHey's Drive-In Liquor Store —Open Regular Hours— CUT RATE On Al1 Rrands Of DDI/-CC I'i'iuors. Wine.s, rKIL>Cj Gins and Cordials /// Popular Brand Cigarefs 170 Per Ctn. HUBERT UTLEY For Reservations Phone 3241 or 9411 Highway 61 Holland, Mo. night. A number of people from surrounding churches gathered Monday night at the Assembly of God Church here for their C. A. rally. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Fitzgerald of Chicago arrived Friday for a visit with their daughter, Shirley, who is living here wt'vh her KrtmdimreiiiK. Mr, and Mrs. Will Korn.son, and intending school at Dycss. . Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Cox and children left. Tuesday lor Helena to attend the funeral services of Mrs. Cox's ((ither, Kwell Sl.rawn. Mr. and Mr.s. J)ew*-y Cox and children returned home .Saturday after several days visit with her •ms, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cope- i at Delight, Ark. Mr.s. Velma B*;mon returned Monday Jrom f-'ayettf. Ark., where she a I tended her father's funeral. Harry Hall, son of Mr. and Mr.s. Emery Hall of Dycwi, and a student at Hcnder.srm State Teachers College at, Arkadelphia, wa.s chosen a.s a im-mlx-r of the Heart and Key Club. He is cadet major and adjutant of tlit? ROTC of Henderson Slate Teachers College. MI.SM.-S Peggy Sue ttalch and Ann 'lull left Friday for Bcbee, Ark,, to djx-nd thr: weekend with Mi:>s Alice Taf!, Fire destroyed the home of Andrew Jewel in Dyoss Saturday morning about 1 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Wool Purr Ic-ft Monday for Kansas City, Kuns., after. several days here-visiting his parents, Mr. nnd Mr.s. Berlin Purr. Miss Muzi'llc Williams and Hilly Williams spent Friday night in Memphis visiting friends. A. T. Hdwards spent the weekend at, Searcy with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Murphy spent the weekend nt Cherry Valley as guests of Mrs. Ruth Hamrick. A/3c Granville Sornson. .stationed at Chicago, Is home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sornson. Mrs. Fred Dallas nnd Mrs. n. R. Holland were Blytheville visitors Saturday. Chief Van Sheldon returned Friday for a visit here with ills family after a cruise around the world. He left April 4 on this cruise. His wife and daughters will leave Tuesday with Chief Sheldon for Norfolk, Va., where he will be stationed. Miss Evelyn Anderson of Memphis spent- the weekend here, as guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jacobs were guests Sunday afternoon in the home of W. L. Jacobs. Mr. and Mrs. Billy L, Yates uf Corning were weekend guests nl his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Chaplain. For Children's Upset Stomach O.I Mild, dood.laitlng Relief Wilh PIRCY MEDICINE Jlinmle, Kirnbrcll of Scnatobla Junior College at Semttobia, Miss., spent the weekend here a A guest of Jiis parents, Mr. and Mrs, ROBS Kimbrell. Mr and Mrs. George Hughen and children left Sunday for Grand Junction, Colo., after a two week vacation here with relatives. Mr, and Mrs. Eddie Woolen and son, Jerry, of Bas.setl were guests Saturday of her parents, Mr. and Mr... J. S liarncs. Miss Nina Jean Peterson of Illytheville and Miss Sue Plnkrrlon of Osceola spent Thuj-.sday night here as Ktie.sts of the Rev. and Mrs. W. W. I'eler.son. Misses Peterson and Pinkerton were selected, to represent the telephone company at Jone.sboro the past Friday. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Modesitt had as nue.sts Sunday his mother, Mrs. 8. n. Mode.sitt and his brother, Paul Modc.sltl, and family, all of Caraway. 'Hip ffv, and Mrs. M. J. Pollard and son, Marlon, of Bono, were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. ModfMH. 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