The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 30, 1953 · Page 9
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 30, 1953
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THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1953 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE NINE HOLLAND NEWS i By Mrs. Ed Hampton, Jr. Wins Scholarship Paul Barton Harris, son of Mr. knd Mre. Porter K. Harris, has recently been awarded the Russel packson scholarship with which he kill study business administration Jat the University of Missouri in (Columbia. _ This is an annual award present- led by the Jackson Cookie Company • of Memphis in memory of the late HRussel Jackson. Only children of cue company employes who were JW53 high school graduates were • eligible to compete in the contest. I Paul was chosen for submitting • the best theme on "Benefits Jrom • Better Schools in the South." I Porter K. Harris, an employee of Ithe Jackson Cookie Co.. for almost • seven years, was first in sales for Ithe month of June, his company I informed him- Bridge Club Meets Mrs. Patricia Bell was hostess to • three tables of bridge Wednesday I night at the Razorback in Blythe- Iville. Guests were Mrs. Helen [Threatt, Mrs. Opal WintzeH of Coo- I ter and Mrs. Margarette Parker of I Keiser. Winning prizes were Mrs. Pauline I Utley, high; Mrs. Mary Berry, sec- I ond high; Mrs. Margarette Parker, I third high and Mrs. Dana Cohoon, I bridge. A summer salad course was ] served with coffee. Personals Alice Brumlow, three - year - old j daughter of Mrs. Mabel Brumlow. I v.'as removed from her home to the I St. Francis Hospital in Cape Girar- i'deau last week where she will re- jceive treatment for a fractured leg I incurred when a. washing machine I overturned on the- child several I weeks ago. I Departing Friday. Mr. and Mrs. I Jim Miller left by train lor several | weeks vacation with his brother, Lawrence Miller, in New York City. While there they plan a tour of several eastern states as well as a visit to Niagara Palls. Lloyd Booker accompanied Charles Steward of Detroit, who has visited with his parents, the Prank | Stewards of near Cooter, to Flint, Mich., last week for a visit with his I son, Jerry Booker. Jerry is spending the summer months with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crawford in Flint before entering Freed-Hardeman College at Henderson, Tenn. this fall. Mrs. Mary Williams and three children of Caruthersville were weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Patterson. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Utley and Mr. and Mrs Arnold Moon were dinner guests Sunday at the Hickory Club in Poplar Bluff where they drove after fishing and boating at Lake Wappeppelo. In the Utley home Sunday night were Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Oakley of New Madrid and Mr. and Mrs. Gale Harrison of Sikeston. Mrs. A. E. Underwood of Cardwell is with her granddaughter, Mrs. Virgil Carnall, and family for the week. Other visitors in that home during Saturday and Sunday were James Carnell, brother of Mr. Carnall. and Miss Loreata McDaniel, originally of Holland, now living tn St. Louis with the Otis Harmans who' moved to that city a few months ago- Mr. and Mrs. .Charles Howard Richard of Flint, Mich., are parents o'f twin baby girls born Sunday July 19th at Flint Hospital where the babies, weighing three and four pounds each, ~wiU remain in incubators for a while. Mrs. Richard is a Flint girl. Mr. Richard is the son of Mrs. Lessie Richard, formerly of Holland now living in Hayti, and Leonard Richard of Flint. Mrs. Minnie Howern is a guest of a niece, Miss Gladys Allen, in Ridgley, Tenn.. this week. After extensive visiting with Mrs. J. C. Jones and numerous friends in Holland, Blytheville and Hayti, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Puckett and boys have returned to their home in Houston, Texas. Raymond Kenlfiy is home' after several months in St. Louis where he worked. Sunday dinner and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Porter Harris were Truman House, formerly of Paragould and present pastor of the Church of Christ here; Ronnie Henderson of Paragould, and Denton M. Neal, evangelist" of Jackson Tenn., who Is conducting a reviva o£ the Church of Christ in Holland Week-end visitors in the Harris home were their daughter and son Mrs. Dorothy Harris of St. Louis and Bennie Joe Harris of Alabama Betty Jernlgan and Beatrice Jennings, both of Portageville. WILSON NEWS By Mrs. B. P. Boyies jYOUNC SQUIRTS LIKE IT—Going to Jerry DeTrapani's barber'! :shop in Grand Rapids, Mich., is plenty of fun. Here Johnny i )Bower, 6, squints with delight as he "gets the works" with water' ipistols to wet down unruly hair. Jerry keeps two loaded pistols.' for just such occasions. German WW2 PO\V How in U.S. Army SAN PEDRO, Calif. Iff)— At nearby Fort MacArthur, Pfc. Ortwin kullman. Army reservist, stepped up before Capt. Wallace G. Aitchison to answer questions. ."Were you a German soldier in World War II?" asked the captain. "Yes, sir," said Kullman. Finally, Altchlson discovered Kullman had surrendered to his own platoon outside of Berlin. Now, eight years later, the prisoner met his captor. j Of the e,x-German soldier, his | American commanding officer said, { "He's a good, thorough, well; schooled soldier." Mickey. She chases him inside every time he tries to go out. Mrs. Miller says the robin even flew into the kitchen once in pursuit of the tomcat. Maryland Peaches The peach tree is a native of China, where it has been popular for some 5000 years. Early settlers brought it to America and the first peach orchard was established in Maryland. Mother Robin Keeps Tomcat Indoors LONGVIEW, Wash. (IPi — Mickey the tomcat hardly dares stick his nose nut the door at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Miller. A mother robin who nests in the back yard has her sights trained on Television SERVICE ANY MAKE FA Systems lor Sale or Ro.nt PHH,CO FACTORY SERVICE BlayTock 7 ^ Ph. 3172 GEM THEATRE "Osceo/o'j Finest" STARTS TONIGHT WMU Meeti Twenty-two members of the Baptist Women's Missionary Union met Monday night at the church, for a business meeting and election of officers. Mrs- J. B. Lovett, president, presided. Mrs. Ed Williams, chairman of the nominating committee, submitted names for election. Mrs. J. B- Lovett was re-elected president. Other officers elected were Mrs. Marshall Woodyard, first vice-president; Mrs. Paul Bussey. second vice-president; Mrs. Ed Williams, secretary- treasurer- Committee chairmen named were. Mrs. Harry Woodyard. mission study; Mrs. D. B- Bledaoe, communiiy mission; Mrs. Jim McCullar, stewardship; Mrs. Curtis Miller, social; Mrs. Glen -Wheeler, publicity; Mrs- James Cobb, hospital and orphanage.' Circle chairmen named were: Day Circle No. 1, Mrs. D. D. Cash, Mrs. J. D- Rankin, co-chairman: pay Circle No, 2. Mrs- Albert Greenweli. Mrs. J. H. Whitaker, co-chairman; i-iight Circle No. 1, Mre. H. G. Yates ar., iwrs. Ivan Haynes, co-chairman; Night Circle No. 2, Mrs. Pauline Corkran, Mrs. Jack Trammel, cochairman- Has Birthday Nancy Crenshaw was complimented on her sixth birthday when her mother, Mrs. J- N. Crenshaw, entertained 31 of Her friends wifti a party Monday afternoon on the lawn at the Baptist Church. Favors were presented guests and following an ,afternoon of playing: games, refreshments of birthday cake and ice cream were served. Mrs. James Cobb "assisted Mrs. Crenshaw in serving. Bridge Club Meets Miniature zinnias were used in decorations throughout the home of Mr. and Mrs. F- S- Reese when they entertained members of the Finesse Bridge CLub. Mrs. Claude Lynch and Dewey Stotts were high score winners in the evening'6 bridge game- The hostess served refreshments at the close of the game. Attends Schools Elstner D. Beall, Wilson High School vocational agriculture instructor, attended the three day school on cotton conducted for vocational agriculture teachers in Blytheville last week. He and his family were guests of his wife's parents Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Cooley while they were in Blytheville. This week, Mr. Beall is attending a three day school on Livestock in Jonesboro. Personals t ' ^ Mrs. Hunt Ainsworth and daughter of Fayette, Miss., were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W- T. Beall and the Albert Greenweli family last week. Miss Fa toy Peeper of Osceola was the week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Buck Jones and son. Terry Joe. Saturday night, Mr. and Mrs. Jones, Miss Peeper and Bonnie McDaniel attended stock car races in West Memphis. Miss Glenda Ray of Blytheville spent the week'end with Miss Joyce Haynes and Miss Betty Shipman. Mrs. Norvel Byens and children and Mrs. Annus Shipman visited Mr- and Mrs. Homer Shipman in Harrisburg, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Bullock and children of Jonesboro were the week end guests of her sister, Mrs. Ivan Haynes, and. Mr. Haynes. Mrs. Pauline Corkran and Mrs. Stanley Pierce and children spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Charley Corkran in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Mann and daughter, Eloteft Lanette, of Blytheville were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bvick Jones Sunday- Mrs- Raymond Cotner and son Ronnie and daughter, Miss Carolyn Cotner, returned last week from Clarksdale, Miss., after a visit with, her sister, Mrs. Frank McDonald,, and her family. Miss Jeanne Tranum of Wilson and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs/ B. E. Ross of Sikeston. Mo., returned, Tuesday, from a vacation trip to Colorado Springs, Colo., and points of interest in Oklahoma, Kansas and Arkansas. ^ Keith and Allison Archey have returned to their home in Dallas, Texas, after a visit in the home of Mr. -and Mrs. J- S. Harirlch- Harold Bunch, S. N. Crenshaw, Elmer Dobson, Hugh McNabb, Roland McNabb and Russell Yancey, who arie all employed in Michigan City, Ind., spent the week end «'ith their families in Wilson. Dwight Anderson is in Gloriette, N. M., where he is attending the Baptist Assembly. Mr. and Mrs. Jim McCullar and son, David, left Sunday for Ridgecrest, N. C., where they will attend the Training Union Assembly. Mrs. W, W. Black and children, Jan and David, of Tallahassie, Fla., are the guests of her sister, Mrs. Jim Germany, and family. They plan to spend the remainder of the summer here. Elizabeth Ann Roberson of Lepanto spent lost week with Patty Germany. - l{r. and Mrs. Clyle Chlsm were the week end guests of her sister, Mrs. Leslie Griffin, and family in Helena. Mr. and Mrs. Evans Parker of Faducah, Ky., were the week end guests of her brother, Isaac Alexander, and family. They were accompanied back home by Judy, Sue and Newton Alexander, who will spend this week in their home. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Lovett have returned to their home in Ruleville, Miss., after visiting in the home of his brother, Broughton Lovett, and his family. John Lovett accompanied them home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Woodyard and children are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Butler, in Meridian, Miss. En route home Ijhey plan to visit relatives in Jackson, Miss., and Helena, Ark. Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul Bussey are vacationing in Hot Springs. Mrs. Gussie McDaniel will leave this week for her home in Walla Walla, Wash., after an extended visit with Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Fuller and family.'Week end guests in the Fuller home were Mrs. Dorothy Turner and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jordan of Memphis and Buster McKnight of Merigold, Miss. Don Rapp, who is in the Navy and stationed at Millington, was the week end guest of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Rapp, Mrs. Bula Ethrldge spent the week end with her daughter, Mrs. John Russell, and her family in Memphis. MORE more MORE more MORE Mr. and Mrs. John Haynes of Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cherry and son, Vicky, of Memphis, spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Bob Cherry at their home in Humboldt, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Blankenship and children have returned to their home in St. Louis after visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hqsford and their family. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Snyder. of Lonoke spent several days last week with Mr. and Mrs, Charles Andrews and family. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brasfjeld and son. Ronnie, of Memphis were the week end guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bussey, and family. Miss Bobbie Mae Griffin, a student at St. Joseph Hospital's school of Nursing in Memphis, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Griffin. Mrs. Clarence Medlin relumed home Monday from the Baptist Hospital in Memphis where she underwent surgery last week. Mrs. Walter Keltner of Afken, S. '., is visiting her sister, Mrs. James Nash, Mr. Nash and son. James. Mr. Keltner accompanied her to Wilson and spent the week end. Billy Charles Boyles, who Is in :he Navy and stationed at the Naval ALWAYS A DOUBLE FEATURE rvi y Phone 4621 Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 p.m. Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p.m. THEATRE AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION MOX THEATRE PRESENTS THE GIANT PANORAMIC FULL STAGE WIDE VISION SCREEN! A NEW MEANS OF FILM PRESENTATION A WONDROUS NEW A C H I E V E M E N T IN SIGHT. NO GLASSES ARE NECESSARY FOR VIEWING WlDE- SCREEN VISION. NO MORE EYESTRAIN! THURSDAY & FRIDAY -PLUS- JESSE JAMES ....TECHNICOLOR ALSO CARTOON DYESS NEWS By MRS. J. L. JACOBS Mrs. Ethel Erdeels of Whitton and Mrs. Josfe Jacobs of Dyess spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. JjUla Mae Jacobs. Mrs. Ray D. Johnson and son, Billy, v.'ere in Memphis Wednesday. Jerry Stansburg Is in Midland, S.., D,, visiting, Mr. and Mrs! Leonard Estes and children of Wedron, 111., arrived Saturday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence East, and other relatives. The Rev. F. T. Clayton and daughters, Misses LouiSe and Cladine Clayton, and Melva Jane Gladden, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Harris. Miss Patricia Brabeal of Blytheville is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Frnley. Sherman B. Peterson of Brooks Air Force Base at San Antonio, Tex., is here with his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Peterson, Vernon Humphries and son, Teddy, and daughter, Loretta. of Memphis were in Dyess Saturday.. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Jones spent I the week end in Blytheville as guests of their son, Robert Jones, and fnniily and their daughter, Mrs. Elbert Ri£sby, and family. Dr. and Mrs. G. F. Hollingsworth were hosts to a fish fry on the lawn nt their home Saturday evening:, with Mr. and Mrs. Craig find children, Carol and John, of Lepanto, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Chaplain, Tom Parks, Artist Edwards, Mrs. Evelyn Garrett and Miss Opal Fox, attending. Mr, and Mrs. John Young of Memphis are the parents of a daughter, born Saturday morning at Dyess Hospital. Mrs. Young is the former Miss Cornelia Wood of Dyess. John Sornson. son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sornson, was injured Sat- Base at Charleston, S. C., spent the week end with his wife and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Buford Boyles. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Yates, Jr., and son. Billy, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Shannon, and family at Joiner. Miss Marianne Grain had as her week end guests Misses Shirley Polk and Nancy Nearne of Memphis. S. C. Brandon, Sr., of Memphis spent a few days with relatives and friends in Wilson this week. Miss Joanne Cullom returned home Thursda yfrom n 10-day vacation In New Orleans. La., Pensacola, Fla., and Biloxi. Miss. She was accompanied on the trip by Miss Pat Morgan of New Orleans and Miss Ginger Anthony of Ripley. Tenn. Mrs. J. W. Peeper of Ypsilanti, Mich., is visiting Mr, and Mrs, Jim Germany and daughter, Patty, of Wilson, and relatives in Osceola this week. Mrs. Jess Rapp and Mrs. Alvin Fuller and children visited Mrs. Rapp's mother, Mrs. Jim Scott, who is ill, in West Memphis Monday. urday, and his condition is reported satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Balch and daughter, Jackie, of Wilson visited In Dyess Saturday. Milton Floyd is home from Jonesboro with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Floyd. Mr. and Mrs, Harrell Lee Balch and daughter, Linda Lee, of Detroit. Mich., came Sunday for .their vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Balch, Mr. and Mrs. Edred Allen of West Memphis spent the week end here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Allen. Mrs. B. L. James of Horatio, Ark., is here visiting her son, Norman James, and family. Norman James of Pine Bluff came home ior the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Lemons. Mrs. Willa Lemons and son, Wayne, left Monday for Pontiac, Mich. Tom Parks returned the past week from Okalona where he has been visiting. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Biggs. Mr. and, Mrs. Howard Meredith and Howard, Jr., of Memphis formerly of Dyess, and M. H. Meredith of Barge Town, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jacobs Sunday afternoon. The Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Peterson were in Jonesborq Wednesday The Rev. and Mrs. W. W, Peterson Were given a pounding at their home Wednesday by the Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Brown and grandson left July 28 for Chicago after a months visit here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge Ford and son, Larry, of Wilson visited her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Warner Hargraves. Mrs. Tom Anderson received word Tuesday of the death of her brother, Whit Smith, who suffered a heart attack. He lived In Wenan- chee, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Harrelston and children of Joiner spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wilkes and' hcildren of Memphis came Sunday to bring Sandra home to her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Anderson. Dick DuVall returned home from St. Anne, 111., Saturday. The Rev. and Mrs. C. D. Crouch of Dyess and the Rev. Denton M. Neal of Jnckson, Tenn., were dinner guests of M. M. Williams Monday. The Rev. and Mrs. W. C. Vanbibber were in Blytheville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Estes formerly of Dyess, are the parents of a son, born July 20 at Helena hospital. He has been named Lloyd Wayne. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Estes and children visited in Helena Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips and children of Memphis, Tenn.. spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Barnes. Miss Nell Kimball, student at Semitubia State Teachers College at Senatobla, Miss., returned home Friday. She will be on the Dyess school faculty this year. Miss Glenda Williams and Bobby Williams of Memphis, spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Williams. Andrew Jewel moved his family here from Rockford, 111., Saturday. A buelness meeting and family night is to be held at the Baptist Church Friday night. The associational workers conference will meet at Dyess Baptist Church Aug. 7. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Fraley are grandparents. Their daughter, Mrs. Reece Brazeal and Mr. Brazeal of Blytheville are parents of a daughter born July 18 at Walls Hospital, She has been named Donna Lynn. The Rev, and Mrs. H. B. Stone were in New Orleans last week visiting their son, John, and family. . Vernon Nichols left Saturday for Michigan City, Ind. Mr- and Mrs. Fred Stivers of Marked Tree spent, last week hfre with her daughter. Mrs. H. G. Sum- mere, and Mr. Summers, Mrs. Delbort Prcnt.'ce was hostess at a party Monday with 12 guests attending. Sunday School officers and teachers meeting will be held tomorrow night at the Baptist Church. jMr. and Mrs. Hoyce Hortnett and children of Osceola spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Delbert Prentice and Mr. Prentice. Their daughter Jo Ann Hodnett remained for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs- R. R. Holland and Mrs. Ray D. Johnston were in St. Louis over the week end. The Hollands visited their daughter, Margaret ,and were accompanied home by another daughter, Alice. Mrs. Johnston visited her husband, a patient in the Barnes Hospital- T. E- Cox of Little Rock is here to spend several weeks with his son, Dewey Cox and family. Mrs. Elizabeth Hunsaker and Arch Turrentine of Memphis visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Troy Stansbury over the weekend. Mr. W. P. Beard of Memphis is visiting her daughter, Mrs- M. L. Fussell- Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Lee Cox and children of Little Rock spent the week end here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Cox and in Whitten with her mother, Mrs. Alice Carter and sister, Mrs. N. K. Tyler and families. Mrs. C. E. Williams and son, Billy Joe. spent laet week at Pisgah, Ala-, visiting her father, W- C. Bell, and sister, Mrs. Irene Rooks and family. Billy Joe has just returned from Korea- Mr, and Mrs. Troy Stansbury had as their gue&te her brother, Mr, nnd Mrs. Edmond Weems of Los An- geles, Calif., Wednesday and Thur»day. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Eanes and son ol Memphis spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Balch. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Young and children of Blytheville visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Wood. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Piclcens. Jr., and children, who had visited here last week, were in an accident en route to their home in El Dorado. No one was seriously injured. Granville Sornson and Herbert Price returned during the past week to start school- A family reunion was held in Dyess Sunday. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs David Gran and children of Blytheville, Mr. and Mr8. B. G. Reed and children of Vicksburg. Miss., Sgt. and Mrs. Charles Pearcy of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs, J. C. Harville and children of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. J. C- Garrett and children of Potts Camp, Miss., Mrs. Winfred Gray of Osceola and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gray and children of Dyess. Miss Patsy Murphy is in Memphis with her sister, Mrs. Kenneth Cook. E. E. Duvall returned Jrom St. Anne, lil., Saturday. Miss Evelyn Anderson of Memphis is home with her parents for a weeks vacation. Mr- and Mrs. Wade Wilbanks and daughter. Diane, of Memphis spent the week end with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Williams. Mrs. Leitha Overby of Lepanto and Mozeile Williams of Dyess were shopping in Memphis Friday. Mrs. Reba Noblin and Mrs. Lottin Nichols went to Memphis Monday. Mrs. Noblin visited her stepmother in the Methodist Hospital and brought Mi's- Emsey Taff from tb> hospital to Dyess hospital. !•••••••»*••»•»••••••••• RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. FRIDAY ONLY WHISPERING SMITH VS. 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