The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 29, 1952 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 29, 1952
Page 6
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P*OB MX BLYTHETILLE (ARK.) COURIER THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1952 WILSON NEWS By MM. & F. Boj•!«? Mother* of the Baptist airl's Auxiliary and ttie Abernathy Circle of th« Womens' Missionary Union, which sponsors the QA's, were (ue«U «t the May-Day mother- dau*hter banquet given »t the church Monday evening. Mrs. D. D. Cash and Mrs. Quitman Cox, OA leaders, vere in charge. The GA colors were carried out in decorations. A Maypole with green and white streamers pinned with May flowers and held at the top of the pole with the OA scepter, formed the centerpiece of the banquet table. Mrs. Ed Williams used "May March" as the processional with »ach GA member holding a nosegay of white flowers as she marched In. The toast to mothers. "A Court of Love," was given by Karen Craven with Mrs. O. D. Price giving the mother's response. Included In the program, dedicated to. the mothers and the fostering Circle, were two solos by Joe Lee Williams, "Fairest Lord Jesus" and "I Love You Truly, 11 a poem by Vivian Wadsworth and a prayer reading by Eugenia Price. Mrs. Jack Zook gave the Circle's response. A flower romance, in the form of a wedding and a Missionary skit "Home on Furlough" \vas presented by the following girls: Sue Alexander, Elaine Clark, Glenda Wheeler, Lois Jean Leftwich. Patricia Woodyard, Laquiva McNabb. Jo Lee Williams and Esther Bufkin. Other members of Abernathy Circle present, among the 27 guests were Mrs. Curtis MiHer. Mrs. Jim Germany, Mrs. Glen Wheeler, Mrs. O. B. Craven and Mrs. Ike Alexander. fled his parents, Mr. and MrB. Bill Nixon, Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hosford and son, Marty, n-ere the week end guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Russell, and family in Marked Tree. Mrs. Joe Whltaker has returned to her home In Rector after an extended visit in the home of her daughter. Mrs Jack Henderson, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henderson and son, Mike, accompanied her. Mrs. N. B. Ellis, Jr., and daughter, Patricia, have returned from n visit "with her sister, Mrs. W. A. Welborn, and family in Fulton, III, and Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Schnarr In St. Louis. Mrs. Tom Craln and son. Tommy, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Berry Drain and sou. Berry, Jr., in Brandon, Miss.. last week. Misses Mable and Katie Cram of Chicago were the week end guests of their brother, Tom Craln, Mrs. Grain and son, Tommy. Mr. and Mrs- Ollbert Wiley and children, Billy Wayne and Mary Lou, visited his uncle. E. E. I«l- better. and Mrs. Lctibettcr in Memphis Sunday. | Mrs. n. P. cash. jr.. and rtauch- ter, Ozella. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr.s. Wilbur Cash and family in Mumford. Tcnn. Charles Price underwent a ton- sllectomy at the Baptist. Hospital In Memphis last week. Town and Country Club Mrs. Charles Lowrance was hostess to her Town and Country Club last week at her home at Driver. At the-beginning of the party the hostess served a dessert course and throughout the evening sandwiches, ptcklca. cookies, candles and Iced drinks were served. Spring flowers were used throughout 'the house and as a centerpiece lor the tables. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Searcy Mears and Mrs. Tal Tongate of Osceola. Mrs. O. E. Massing!!!, also of OsceoJa, was a guest. Bible Bchcol Openi A total of 107 were enrolled on the opening day of the vacation Bible school being conducted at the First Baptist Church. The. school opened Monday and •will continue through June 6. Classes are being conducted from 8:30 to 11:15 a-m. daily with Carroll Evans, associate pastor, In charge. OES Official Honored Mrs. D. D. Cash, grand repre- ! tentative of yirginia from the Wilson .Chapter Order of the Eastern Star; "was honored guest on three occasions last week. The occasions were "at banquets when Mrs. Ruth Thorpe, of Little Rock, grand worthy matron of OES, paid her official visit to the combined chapters of Osceola, Blyfhevillc, Wilson and Manila, at Osceola and the Jone.s- boro -Nettleton- Harr Isbu r 5 Chapters in jonesboro. She was also honored guest when the Blytheville Chapter honored Mrs. Thorpe wilh a luncheon, Thursday afternoon. TersonaU Airman Second Class Eugene Nixon, who is a radar instructor at Keesler Field, Biloxl, Miss., vis- OLD CABIN STILL • (AND 90 PROOF KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY 10 in IV I Lit. KtM t UCKt of Detroit, Mich., wwe tt end guest* at hU litter, Mra. Thomas Morton, «id her family. Morrii V. Jonu, Mtnun, who serves aboard the US6 CurU»», 1» visiting his parents, Mr. and Mn. O. V. Jones, and their family. » We. Carl SpesrE, who Is irtationed In the Army at Oceanslde, Calif., Is spending a leave with his wife, Mrs. Viola Spears, and his pawnts, Mr. and Mrs. Fred T. Speara. *nd family. Pfc. Paul Spears, another son of Mr. and Mrs, Spears, who is in the MsMes stationed «t Barstow, Calif., Is also home on leave. Mr. nnd Mrs. spears and their family spent Sunday with her «!«ter, Mrs. Prank McCuller In Inland, Miss. Mr. and Mra. Van Moncrlef of Memphis were the guests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Eyals, and their family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Broughton Lovett accompanied their sons, John and Jim. to Shaw, Miss., last week wliers they vi'lll spend the summer vacation with their grandmother, Mrs, Edna Lovctt. Enrotit* to Shaw, the Lovctte u-ere the overnight Riiests of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Lovctl In nulevllle. Mrs. M. M. TJehon has returned from Miami, Fla., where she spent Hi? pnst I«o months with her sls- Icr. Mrs. O. p. Cope, and her family. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Crawford and daughters, Eva Sue and Cor- rtnc. of Drll were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Crawford and family, J. W. Churchwell of Barnhart, Texas, Is the guest of'hls daughter, Mrs. Carl Phillips, and her family. Mrs. James Coleman of Memohls was the guest of her sister. Mrs. Ettla Ethrldse, last week. Friday. Fryer, rind j Mrs Ethr[d?e and Mrs. Coleman visited their daughters In Blvthe- Mrs. Asa Porter and 'children. Linda and Fred James, are visiting her mother, Mrs. J. .;. Fryer family In Brlnkley this week. Among the college students who 11'lllr. Mrs. Velma'Snvder of Mem- ave returned home for_the sum-I nhls was a guest of Mrs, Ethrldge ~ 'Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jarnes aoodbar and children, Charles and Barbara, of Memohls visited Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McNnbb and family. Sunday. Mrs. T. J. McAfee and daughters. S.uzle and Ton I, and Mrs. Bruce Wilson nnd son. nlckcy, have returned from Mt. Sterling. Ky.. rf- er vacation are Mary nyals from Machlta College. Arkndelphla, and elen Hnrnden and Glon shull om Arkansas State at Joncshoro. Danny Harnden Is spending Ilic immer with his Rrnndniothor, :rs. Adeline Harnden at nallon, rk. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Loden and sons t«T » visit with mother daughter of Mr». McAfee, MM, Joe Evans, Jr., ind her family. Mrs. Kvant snd h«r children, Nancy Cloe and Joe Aahby, «ceomp>nled them home for a two weeks visit. m Mrs. Justus Edrlngton Jr., of Pharr, Texas, visited Jriends In Wilson last week. • » • Mrs. O. M. demons and son. Damon, of Fisher. Ark., are the guests of her daughter, Mrs. Jerry Hays and her family. Bob Douglas ha* accepted employment with the Alcoa Plant In Benton, Ark. for the summer. He will make hit home with his uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs, A. O. Edgerton while In Benton. His mother, Mrs. E. II. Douglas accompanied him to Benton and returned home Sunday night. Mrs. J. D. Roberts and son. Clifton. and her mother. Mrs. W. C, English, were the week end guests of their Bister and daughter, respectively. Mrs. Julian Sanders and her family In Steele, Mo. Mrs. Buford Boyles spent Friday with her daughter, Mrs. Marshall Conner, and her family in Monctte. Mr. and Mrs. Muury Upton and daughter. Vickie, have returned from a 10-day vacation trin to the Lookout and *Smokey Mountain,*; in Tennessee and North Carolina. Cumberland Mountains in Tennessee and the Ozarks Jn Arkansas, Mrs. Kathryne StlUwcll of Benton Harbor, Mich., is vJsU»m Mr. ami Mrs. Earl PJpkln at their home at Carcon Lake. Miss Bonnie Jean Goble, week end gue«U of hl» p*rent«, Mr. and Mn. J. X. Ryili and their family. While here they alto rltlted her sister, Mrs. Lev! Cluell and her family. • . • Dr. and Mrs, J. 1C. Hampson and their daughters, Mrs. Dixie Durham of Wilson and Mrs. Mtry Louise Melody of Little Rock were In Sett'anee. Tenn., Monday night for the graduation from Sewane* Military Academy of Jimmy Hampson Durham, son of Mrs. Durham and grandson of Dr. and Mrs. Hampson. They are accompanied home by Jimmy and his roommate, Edgar McHenry, who will spend a few days In their home before go- Ing to Vicfeshurg. Miss. In Vlcks- burg, the boys' will attend various social »vents given for the graduating class at All Staints Episcopal College. Miss Mary Melody, cousin of young Durham. Is a member of the graduating class. Ml&s Melody's mother. Mrs. Mary Louise Melody of Little nock, who Is visiting her parents. Dr, and Mrs. J, K, Hampson, will accompany the Hampsons and Mrs. Dixie Durham to Vicksbtirg for the Commencement exercises at the college June 2. dent at the MelhotiUt, Hospital School of Nursing in Memphis, spent Friday and Saturelay with Mrs. R. E, Springer and small franddatiffhter, Martha Ltdell. were the guests of her aunt, Mrs. G. R- Brazel in Keher last week. Mrs. Ed Williams and her mother, Mrs. IJarrta Anderson attended the f?teelo, Missouri Chapter Order I of the Eastern Star's installation | meeting Tuesday night at Steele. siu- * Mrs. Anderson ts one of the charter Dixie Durh*m attended the formal op«nin« of St«bb«n» Art Gallery in Memphto last week. They were the gu««U of Btifel Bougart »nd Paul Bemciner, Russian artists, whose palntlngj were on exhibit. Billy Zook h»s accepted a position at the Lee Wilson and Company office for the summer. Fie will resume his studies at Arkansas State in Jonciboro in September. Howard Johnson, who was a member of the graduating elass at the Arkansas School for the Deaf In Little Rock .arrived Monday night for a visit with his aunt, Mrs. Dewey Stotts and Mr. Stotta. Mr, and Mrs. S. A. Reglnold of i Columbus. Miss., were the guests of their daughter. Mrs. Jerry Cut- lorn, and her family three days this week. Mr. and Mrs. Reginold are former residents of Wilson. Mrs. Joe Cullom, Jr.. and son, Ranny, Mrs. Kate Cox and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cullom, Sr,, were in Gulfport, Miss., Monday night for the graduation of their daughter and granddaughter, Miss Joanne Cullom, from Gulf Park College. FUEL OIL G.O. POETZ OIL CO. "/ Seli That Staff" Phone 2089 Of f ice & Bulk Plant—Promised Land members of the chapter. Mrs. Dixie Durham and Mrs. Mary Louise Melody of Little Rock her parent*. Mr. and Mrs, Alec Go- \ were the guests of Mrs, William H- blc and son, Paul. Mrs, Leona Crane of Marked Tree Is spending the summer months with her aunt, Mis. Charles Weldon, and family, Cpl. H. G. Yates, Jr., arrived home- Friday night, after serving with the Army In Korea the past nine months; Following his 30-day leave, he will report to Camp Chaffee, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ryats of Lake Providence, La., were the Fisher, Sr.. of Memphis, Saturday, at the Conversational Club luncheon at the Skyway, Mr, and Mrs. Lcroy Koch and children of Luxora were the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. YaUs, Sunday. » • * Mfiry Frances Eihridge Is recuperating at, her home following an appendectomy et the Methodist Hospital in Memphis last week. Mrs. J.-K. Hampson and Mrs. Badtbrtaking WORK and WEATHER WORRIES on Washdays! »*2f«'Westinghouse CLOTHES DRYER For those who thought they never could afford a set of GENERAL; TIRES &P TODAY at Reddy Kilowatt's Electric Home 816 Illinois Avenue ONLY 2 DAYS LEFT! nd <.uic< running- BaUnccd con.uua.on Excellent mii«ul» and Nothing is cut but the price. The quality, strength and safety of these wonderful General Tires is .right at the top . . . with General's usual margin of extra strength compared to ordinary tires, FROM BARGAIN SPARES ^ .m ^ r ,. ou $ going in an emergency. 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