The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 24, 1952 · Page 2
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May 24, 1952

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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"PAGE TWO BI,YTHEVILUJ (AKK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1958 OSCEOLA NEWS By Belt ye Nelle Starr Garden Club Guesl Representing the Harrlsburg Oar- den Club, Mrs. Sarah Oant visited the Osceola Garden Club Thursday when the club held Its last meeting until Sept. 23. The meeting began with «n Informal luncheon, each member bringing a dish. Mrs. Qant spoke on color harmony, using arrangements, backgrounds and containers In her demonstration. Mrs. Sam Williams was a guest. At the conclusion of the meeting, Mrs. Onnl presented a Irom the president. Mrs._ Lee Wesson. Mrs. Wesson and Mrs. J. W. Whltworth were In chflrce of the arrangements for tile luncheon. Seniors llclurn Seventeen seniors, their sponsor, Donald Wcrtz, anrt chnncrones, Mrs. V. O. Mann and Dukle Specie, returned home Wednesday night after spending four days In New Orleans. Monday the group made a residential tour by motor coach of historic homes and In the afternoon they acre taken on a strolling tour of the Vieux Carre. After breakfast at the St. Charles Hc'.el on Tuesday morning, they | \vere taken to International House for a movie and visit the In- lei-national Trade Mnrt. I In the afternoon the group made a steamer, trip They went to Antoine's and Arnold's for their evening meals, j Making the trln were Bill Dlllnrd.' John 'Herring, Bllllc Galncs Mann, Margaret Rine, Carolyn Reid, Bo Travis, Vanceta Brown, Nnncy Welborn, Warren Welnberg, Douglas Edrington. I.eo Duclos. Sally Warren, Faye YounRCr, Jo Ann Gray, Harvey Lee Hill, Nancy Gail Dunn and Sam Flemnur.p. Visitors Entertained Mrs. W. B. Colbert, Jr., and Mrs. Edward Segraves entertained with . a coffee Thursday morning at the home of Mrs. Colbert in special ccmnllmcnt to Mr. Colbert's mother of Jackson, Miss., and for Mrs. Dnbncy Tolson, Jr., o[ Ft. Smith, who is spending the week with her shter, Mrs. Ralph Woodruff. Magnolias wcro used In profusion on the sun porch, and the dining table where the guests were served party foods was centered with an arrangement of pink baby's breath, \ pink roses and awectpeas. Greeting the guests was Mrs. Perkins Colbert. Mrs. Joe Cromer, Mrs, Herbert Hobbs. Mrs. W. V. Alexander »nd Mrs, Ed Wiseman assisted the hostesses. MiM SiUerflfld Honored First in a series of planned events honoring Miss Jacqueline Silverfield, bride-elect of William Bernatsky of Memphis, was the beautifully appointed luncheon Wednej- day'gfven by Mrs. L. K. Harwarg at the Peabody Hotel jn Memphis. For the occasion, Miss Silverfleld chose one. of her trousseau frocks in blue silk shantung and the hostess pinned a corsage of gardenias at her shoulder. The table appointments were carried out In bridal white. The centerpiece of white carnations, st«ph- anotis and gardenias and place cards of miniature brides, completed the picture. Mrs. While Entertalni Mrs. John Blnford White entertained with a luncheon at the Blytheville Country Club Friday complimenting' Mrs. Dabney Tolson, Jr , of Ft. Smith. The table was attractively decorated in pink roses and shasta daisies. Piano Recital Mrs. Donald Werta will 7>resent her piano pupils in a recital Friday night. May 30, at the elementary school. She will give certificates and pins to the ones who entered the National Piano Playing Audition. Following the recital, a reception will be held with Mrs. Jewe Gl»i- coe assisting Mrs. Wertz. The following will pliy In the recital: Betty Lou Hall, Eddie Carolyn llalsey, Frances Weathers, Mary Steed, Elizabeth Anne Ivy, Carolyn Drew Harlan, Shirley George, Tilite Glascoe, Ina Lee Matlock. Sue Qulnn Wilson, Betty Lynne Speck. Sue Niinley, Clara and Wallace Colbert, Jerry Driver, Joe Lee Williams, Judy Ashmore, Mary Jean and Anna Beth Morrow, Carol Anne Milliard and Jo liay Simmons. Bridge Club Meeti The 81-Monthly bridge club met »lth Mrs. Darrel Crane Wednesday for dessert followed by an afternoon of cards. Mrs. Arch Catchings and Mrs John White wire guests. ; Pottery howls filled with Corcop-; cis were placed In the entertaining rooms. Mrs. Hruce Ivy was winner and Mrs. Melvin Speck won accond high, Mrs. SUntoji Hnste.ss Mr«. Palmer Stnnton was hostess to her Wednesday afternoon bridge club and three guests, Mrs. Che.s- ter Danehoucr, Mrs. E. H. Mann and Mrs. Bcttye Ncllo Starr. Mrs. Scarcy Mesr.5 won high score and Mrs. Danehower second. Ice cream, topped with strawberries, and cake were served. Locals Miss Saraii Lyiuie Dimlau of Ridley, Tenn., returned home Thursday after visiting her Rrnnd- parcnts, Mr. nnri Mrs, Tal ToiiRnte. She cacne especially to model In the PEO style show Monday nlfiht, Mrs. Virgle Wllks Is spending '.he week with her son, Charles Wllks, anrt family. Her home Is In Caruth- ersvllle, Mo. Mnrgle • Crane, daufihter of Mr. and Mrs. Dnrre] Crane, Is spcnrti two welts with her aunt,. Mrs, Bill Ifnllcy. in Rmlncncc, Mo. OPEN HOUSE (Continued from Page 1) front bedroom. The house also has central heating and an attic fan. About half of the large attic t« floored for storage space. The long north wall of the living room is of red brick and separates this room from the den and kitchen. There are two fireplaces, one In the Jiving room and one on the other side of the brick wall In the den. The fireplace arrangement itl.so Includes a barbecue oven that open* Into the kitchen. The knotty pine paneling of the den is carried through to include the cast wall of tlie living room. A "pass-through" bar separates the den and kitchen. From,the den. an almost wall-height picture window overlooks a concrete patio. Over this window is a cornice that holds a row of plants. This is lighted by a row of goose-neck lamps suspended from the den ceiling. Doore throughout the house are flush-type and made, of Mexican ccd»r. A dutch-door of the tame mod opens from the den Into the garage and workshop. The exterior of the house Is brick from ground to window sill level and of vertical battened siding from this point to Ihe roof. The exterior wood Is of natural finish. Weight Is a measure of the at- :ractlon which the earth's eravl- tation excrt.s on an object. IS THE CIIANCKKY COURT, CHH KASMVBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Life Insurance Company of Georgia, a Corporation, and Max li. Held, Trustee, Ptfs. vs. No. 12.053 Ellis C. Burnett; Judy Burnett; Frank Whltworth, Trustee for Ellis C. Burnett, Bankrupt; Buford Martin; II. T. Taylor. Trustee for A. R. McCune; and General Contract Corporation, » Corporation, Dfts. WARNING ORDER The defendants, Ellis C. Burnett; Judy Burnett; Frank Whltworth Trustee for Ellis C. Burnett, Bank- rupt; Buford Martin; H. T. Taylor, Trustee for A. R. McCune; and General Contract Corporation, a Corporation, are hereby warned to appear in this court within 30 days and answer the complaint of the plaintiffs, Life Insurance Company of Georgia, a Corporation, and Max B. Reid, Trustee, and upon their failure so to do said complaint will be taken as confessed. Witness my hand as Clerk of said court and the seal thereof this 8th day of May, 1952. Jlarvey Morris, Clerk By Anita Sykes, D. O. Reid & Roy, attys. for Pitts. John W. Caudlil, atty. ad litem. 5JO-17-24-31 Whalebone was at one time worth $10.000 a ton. FUEL OIL G.O. POETZ OIL CO. "/ Sell That Stuff" Phone 2089 O f fice & Bulk Plant—Promised Land that means Speedometer Repair! We specialize In giving 1-day service on speedometer repair fur all make* of cam and truck I, Drive In tomorrow—we'll help pm DRIVE WITH CAKE. T.I.SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrysler-Plymooth Oeale* 121 K. Main Phone 2122 ROYAL world's NO. 1 portable USE IT WHILE YOU PAY...ONLY JOHNSON OFFICE EQl!ir. CO 106 S. 5th Phone 1429 i^ , . ^ « - - ' •<> "Your Exclusive LION Dealer in Blylheville" S. «lly Spring- :t eld T 1 r c a, JVftshlng and 3rcAslne. Lion TaUi r a 1 u b c. Pennzoll, Lion's Improved HDH. WILSON AUTO SERVICE Phone 2611 KILL JOHNSON GRASS uith Sodium Chlorate, 99% pure! Fine treated for dry application. $12.50 per 100 Ibs. A. H.WEBB CULVERT T1I.E CO. Hlwav 61, Slate Line—Phone 8114 You're Invited! b visit this new ->• .•• • ••£• ;• Located at inois (Drive out Hi-way 61, North, i ^Country Club Drive Addition) Open for your inspection-May 25 thru May 31 Afternoons-2:00 'til 4:00 Evenings-7:00'til 9:00 Equipped throughout with Westinghmise electric appliances Ark-Mo Power Co. "Electric S«rvice does so much . . . yet costs so //tile" Westinghouse

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