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PAGE TWO (ARK.) COURIKK I'HURSLIAT, JUKB 11, 19M HAL iOYLE'S COLUMN Weekend Guests Are Thistles in Many Men's Summertime Paradise NEW YORK W — Week end guests are the thistles in many a summer paradise. People who own'a small place In (1), The slnve labor host—he shows up wearing overalls and carrying a I rowel. All be wants you to do is help him build a the country love to trade .horror) rage and a 100-foot winding con- tales about the weird guests that; crete driveway between Friday ' and Sunday evening. (2). The keep-lit host — every descend upon them from the cily in quest of tax-free entertainment. They often speak of these visitors as if they were a ravenous locust plngue. The average \vcck end guest is pictured as a man who .... (A) Leaves his footprints on the bathtub and walls; (B) Tries to kiss the host's wife behind his hack; . <C> Keeps trampling on his host's children, find not always accidentally; <D> Laps up Hie host's entire monthly liquor supply, tlien makes morning before dau'n he into your room saying, "if we will hurry we can get in five sets of tennis before noon. That'll leave us ptenly of time to play softbalt with the kids, mid then we can go horseback riding." What does he care if you drop dead? (3). The ain't nature pranrl host—this husky boy has lo have every meal outdoors. The mosquitoes eat you as yon try to eat babecued hotdoff that looks like a bui'ned clothes pin. The salad he long distance calls to friends in London and Paris, leaving the charges for !:is ho". f .o " n ". Story Seems One-SliIrd But it always lino scomcil lo me this is n one-sided story. All rural hosts agree there Is no sirch ihliif* as a perfect week end guest. Onlpomed a gallon of Bin the other hand, it Isn't exactly easy swimming pool, because made with Seltucc from his own garden alf=o turns out to have a l few sprigs of poison ivy hi It. Eternal Hot He Produced <'!>. The overflowing bottle lio.st -: he shows up nt the station with WILSON NEWS By Mra. B. f. Boyle* eyes. You just know he has Into his he can't Attend Reunion The Rev. and Mrs 13. B. nledsoc and children left. Kriday for Little Rock where they attended the eighth annual reunion of his family. The nine children. 21 grandchildren and two great-grand children of Mr. and Mrs. J. n. Bkd- soe were present. Major W. W. Bledsoe son of Mr. and Mrs. Blednoe. who has recently returned from Korea after serving two and one half years there, also was present. 'I"he Rev. and Mrs. Bletlsoe and family went lo El Dorado, Monday, to,- the reunion of her family, the W. E. Karpers. Sunday School rlass Meeti The Philalhra Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church met Tuesday night in the Merroll Room al Wilson Tavern lor Its monthly social and business meeting. After a short business session the group played games. The class presented their tt-achor, Miss Norma Anderson, with a fitted case as a "oing away gift. Mis'; Anderson will enter Pealjody illeRe soon to complete work nn her masters degree. This fall she will assume her duties on the (earhin "staff at nrentwood School in St. Louis. Hostesses were Mrs. O. B. Craven. Mrs. A. F.. Clnrk. and Mrs. Wendell Harris. Others present were Mrs. Ciene Smith. Mrs. Rllhen to find a perfect week end host. It might be a Rood idp.i If lons- suffcrinf week end guests banded together and got some Duncan Hlnes or Emily Post to protect them. Why not put up signs before all country homes rating the owners? For example: "Host strongly recommended but wife Is terrible gossip"; "Food okay, but host Is a terrible bore"; "Guest beware— brine yur own sandwiches." Or even: "Run for your life." It Takes Trial And Guests who are Invited to spend a "quiet restful week end nwny from It all" must learn by trial and error now that a host in the suburbs Isn't always the same fellow he seemed in the city. Here are a few standard types, Recognizable to all veteran guests: even take a dip into the water unless It has n Martini flavor. (5>. The make-a-profit host — the first thint? he does is .set up a card table, and he and his wife piny bridge together like Hoyle and Mrs. Hoyle, If they don't win off you enough to buy a sailboat, their week end is ruined, and you are a bum. There is still another type of host, the kind that guests dream about but never meet. He Is liie perfect host. When you arrive, he hands you the keys to his house and car. Then he packs up his wife and kids, calls p laxi. drives away — and doesn't come hack until Tuesday, by which Ihno you naturally have gone, refreshed, rested, and Ward, Mrs. Jim Paul Bussey and happy alone. after a wonderful weekend Hoffman Soys Taft /s Trying To Steamroller GOP Convention NEW YORK Ifl — One of the l> advisers in Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower's campaign for the Republican presidential nomination said today that selection of Ocn. Doug~ las MacArthur as GOP keynoter was an attempt lo steamroller tile convention for Sen. Robert A. Tuft. This complaint against the ar- party's nuttonkyjjprtvtpUoriy came , from Faulty; fHcBrn*riy-chairman of the advisory •'com'rnUtee of citizens for Eisenhower. He said MacArthur's selection as keynoter was a "pro-Taft". attempt "to get the old steamroller in motion." Machine Tactics Deplored Talking with reporters after an hour-long conference with Eisenhower this morning, Hoffman said: "The nomination should not be decided by machine tactics. We knew the arrangements committee WR5 pro-Taft. I'm surprised they . did not give the keynote to Taft ' himself. "When all the shouting is over It's the people who will decide, not the arrangements committee. .op I don' ^n n K t think it wilt hurt Eisenhower Germany. Mrs. Miss Annie i!ae Rowland. The hostesses served Ice cream stmdaes for refreshments. Hold Wiener Roast The BarV.sdale Sunday School Class met for a wiener roast Thursday nighl at the Baptist Church. Mrs. D. li. Jilcdsoe is the teacher. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence MccHin, Mr. and Mrs. Buck Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Barnes, Cpl. and Mrs. H. G. Yates, Jr.. Mr. nnrt Mrs. Horace Lee Wllf. the Rev. D. 3. Dledsoe. Mrs. Lamar McDanel and Mrs. Wayne Bussey. Couple Hnnorrtl Airman Second Class and Mrs. Ronnie Goble were complimented Wednesday night when his parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Alex Goble. entertained members of their lamlly wtth barbecue al their home *t Carson Lake. Mr. Goble has been transferred from Sheppard Field in Texas lo Chenault Air Base in Illinois. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Alex Goble Jr.. nnrt sons Lee Joe and Oarry, and Mr. and Mrs Whit Lawrence nnd daughters, Wary Ann and Bonny Lynn, all of Joiner, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wayne Bussey and son BlUy Wayne of Wilson, Miss Bonnie Goble of Memphis, Mrs. Clifford Bussey of Wilson and Paul Goble. Hold Barbecue The Young Men'* Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church, In the young people's department, held a barbecue Friday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Zoolc. Department Recognized Special recognition was given the junior department of the First Baptist Church, Sunday morning as "The Department of the Week." They will again he recognized at the Wednesday evening prayer service. The pastor, the Rev. D. B. Bted- soe. directed a special message to the boys and girls who were seated in a special reserved section, roped off in their colors of blue and while, for the nmrnlng worship service. Mrs. BrouhRton Lovett. department superintendent, gave a report of the work accomplished by the boys and Rtrl.s. Of the 35 who were presenl for Sunday School. 33 brought their Bibles and prepared lessons and remained for Ihc church service. the Sunday School pin sys- em for attendance, that has been started in the department. Mrs Lovett said that l pupils qualifier for a pin for the flr:-t quarter that ends this month. One pupil, Jo Let Williams, hasn't been absent froir the closing prayer. Per*«iiAto John Cash and John Elklns attended the Methodist C»mp »t Imboden last week. Elslner D. Beall, vocational agriculture instructor at Wilson High chool, and Wayne Alexander and BUI Thompson left Monday (or Magnolia where they will attend the annual .Future Farmers of America Conference. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey StotU spent .he week end with Mr. and Mrs. Roy reenvllle, Miss. her parents. Womack, in Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Simms * n d children Steve, Mike and Debbie spent Sunday In Memphis where they had a picnic at Overlon Park and visited the 7.00. Joe Earl Cross, who Is spending the summer vacation with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cross in West Memphis, visited his grandmother Mrs. Eva Kerlin four days last week, Mr. Cross is a pre-medical student at Hendrlx College at Conway. Mr. and Mrs, George Brewer and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bussey are spending their vacation at Daytona Beach, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. H. w. Gilbert and children left Saturday for Louisville, Ky,, for a visit with relatives and friends. They are former residents of Louisville, Mrs. Gerald Whitesidc and daughter, Victoria, are spending this week with her mother In Tupelo, Miss. The Rev. and Mrs. C. N. Ouice of Clarksville, Ark., were the overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip E. McRae and daughter. Tuesday. The Rev. Mr. Guice was pastor of tl^e Methodist C h u r s h here several years, ago. They arc hli family. . Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Woodyard and Mrs. Pauline Corkran were among those from Wilson who attended the funeral of Bert Cissell In West Memphis Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. nussie Perry had as their week end guests her sister Mrs, Ed Hanks and her nephew Lemeul Hanks and his family, all of Munford, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Slanfleld of Blythevilte were the week end guests of his sister, Mrs, Sudle Cecil, and her family. Clarence Webb and sons, Mel vin and Edwin. Carl McNabb and son, Elmon and Eugene LaRue, attended (he baseball game in St. Louis, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wiley and children Mary Lou and Billy Chutch. The H*T, Mr. peaitd on the program. Ira Crawford is confined to hit home with a broken leg, the re- sult.s of a fall Wednesday at the mill where he la employed. Among lho.se from Wilson who wen. 1 in Memphis last week were Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Upton, Mr. and Mrs. Russle Perry, Mrs. Albert Grecnwell. Mis* Norma Anderson, Arnold McDanlel and Donnie Mc- Dniilel. Mrs. J. J. Perry accompanied her daughter, Jeanette, to West Memphis Saturday, to see her physician at tilt Crittenden County Hospital. Mi. and Mrs. Asa Porter and children spent the week end with his mother, Mrs. Lola Porter, In Helena. Mr and Mrs. Walter Crump Gosl.eil, calif., and Mr. and Mrs. .., . ., -, " . t v_,i,^in.ji, lyciiii., niku 1>|1. Him iMjn. Wayne left Saturday for a vaca-l Nor!ftn Innwn and chtldreilp Jerry> lion in the Smoky Mountains at, - - Gatilingburg, Term. The son and daughters and their famines of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Bourlsnd were home Sunday. They were Curtis Bourland of Toledo, Ohio, Mr, and Mrs. Bob Grigsby and sons, Billy and Bobby, of Blythevillo, and Mr. and Mrs. James Matthews and daughter, Charlotte, of Osceoln. Airman Second Class Robert W. Linda and Donnie Ray, of Portnpe vlllt. Mo., visited their sister. Mrs. Farlme Ethrlrige, and family Friday Mrs. Carson Williams of Memphis is spending this week with her sister, Mrs. Claude Dye and her family. Mrs. Roy Thurmond and Roy, Jr., of Memphis tire the guests of hoi aunt-, Mrs. Maurice Lynch family. Mrs. Thurmond is re- 5]iii underwent recently at R Mom phis hospital. Other Ruests in th< Lynch home during the week em werr Mr. and Mrs. R. iimday School in over three years, i m Misslssippi'county to attend the 1,400 S. Korean Officials Back Synqman Rhee ' : ':'f *-':; . • - .-'- t •-. Korea in U' More than MOO South Korenn city 1 'councilmen nt n national convention rarli- ood President Truman yesterday the- .support South Korean Prcsi- tluit SyiiRnmn Hlt':c In. his few! with the National Assembly. Mr. Tnimnn has told Rhee he was "scocked" by a political crisis thnl broke Mny 25 with Rhcc's declaration of mnrtial law In three southern provinces. The 1,435 councllmen told Mr, Truman their message to him represented "the voice of the entire populnce of Koren." The coimcUmcn nlso adopted a resolution calling for dissolution of the assembly. Atomic Sub Interests An O/dfime Sailor LONG BEACH, CMlf. W>—An old "pig boat" man, who served on the first U. S. submarine. Is angling for a ride as passenger when the first iitorn-powered -sub Is tested ; He Is Edwnrd J, Krec, 64, who says he was n. crewman aboard the U8S froll laud in''1907. In those days, says Krec. there was no escape hatch, periscope nr compnrtmented hull — only a torpedo nnd R dynamite gun. Krec says an old shipmate, Cnpt. H. G. RJckover, USN, Ifi in charge of constructing the atom subma- rjne . The Junior boys who acted as Sunday morning were Joe Wondyard, Bobby Floyd. David Me- Cullar and Ralph Cash. Teachers in (he department, are Mrs, J. D. Rankln, Mrs. D. D. Cash, Mrs, Jim McCullar, Clarence Medlln, W. D. Brown and D. D. Cash. Bible School vacation Bibte school that ended last week at First Baptist Church was the most successful one held in the church, according Eo the pastor, the Rev. D. B. nicdsoe. There was an enrollment of H4, an average attendance of 110 and n grade of 11 per cent for the entire school. Carroll Evans, principal of the school, WFI.S assisted by 25 workers In the school a* well as by many who helped with the daily refreshments. OA'.i Have Finnic The ' Junior Girls Auxiliary of First Baptist Church held a picnic on the Church grounds Monday afternoon. Mrs. D. I). Ca*h is OA leader. Those present were Patricia Woodyard. Tiny Boren, Sue Alexander and Glenda Wheeler.' WMU Meets "Meet the Alaskan." was the topic of the Royal Service Program o the Baptist Women's Missionary Union at the church Monday night The Mne Jones Circle had charge of the program with Mrs. Brough ton. Lovett ns leader. The scripture passages were taken from parts o Isaiah and Matthew. Appearing-on the program were Mrs. Paulin Corkran, Mrs. Ed Williams. Mrs Marshall Woodyard, Mrs. W. D Brown. Mrs. Harry Bufkin, Mrs BBarda Anderson and Mrs. Jac' Trammel. Mrs. D, D. Gush offered Yntes has returned to James Con-| cljpcm ] ng ' froni ' fl mc ij or operation nelly Field at Waco, Texas, after a visit with his parents Mr. a n d Mrs. H. G. Yates and brother. Cpl. H. G. Yates, Jr., nnd family. Among the Wilson anglers who jppm the week end fishing in Moon Ijflke at Uuiir.v, Bay were Mr. and Mrs, Garland Trammel. Mr. and Mrs Maury Upton, Mr. find Mrs. Buiord Boyles and guests, Mr. and Mr.*. Buford Boyles, Jr., of Mem- •lelhodlst Conference in Blyihe- ille this week, John Ellis, son of Dr. and Mrs. I. B. Ellis, who attends the Uni- •ersity of Tennessee at Knoxville. has arrived home for the summer acation. The Rev. D. B. Bledsoe, Carroll Evans and M. D. Davis attended he Rural Pastors Conference in Walnut Ridge last week. Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Price and children Charles, Jr., and Eugen- are vacationing in Florida. Mrs. E. H. Douglas wbo is attending the summer session at Arkansas State College In Jones- Lynn ind Timmy, :;cr mother, Mrs, W. Nfrs. Perry and her jind i _ ft __ Memphis and Norm* Jean Tuckar or Mllllngton. Mrs. Don Perry and her (laughter and granddaughter are vlsltinf E. Stolfle. family ar* moving to Memphis from Oklahoma City and plan to *tay with her mother until they are nettled in their new home. Mr*. Perry Is th« former Ml«i Vlrgt* Stolfle of WU- on Mrs. Mildred Bussey and Brandon, Billy Wayne Bussey, are vlalt- Inp her daughter, Mrs. J. L. Drac*. at her home near Tyronza. Mrs. Ed Williams win «rv« »* organist at the district Eastern Star meeting at Lepanto Thursday night. Others from the Wilson Chapter OES who plan to attend are Mrs. Ora Owens, Mrs. Ruth D. Slfcyton and Mrs, Maude Corbett. Mrs. Owens, Mrs. Corbett, Mr*. Sl'syton and Mrs. D. D. Cash attended the Eastern Star banquet piven In honor of Mrs. Kathryn Green, associate grand conduetre.^, Thursday night at Hotel Noble m BlythevlUe. Mrs D. D. Cash and daughter, Eselvn. spent Friday night with her sister, Mrs, Fred Johnson, and her family in Mem plus, Bio'ughton Txivett of Wilson and hvcrelt Carver of Osceola attended the monthly meeting of the Mid- Pout h Television Technician Association held Tuesday night at Hotel Cronk Claridge in Memphis. boro. was home for the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Beardon and 'aniily left Saturday for a vacation In Mississippi and Alabama. Miss Wilma Huett of Morrilton visiting her axmt. Mrs. Larry! Bishop, and her family. ! Mrs. Don Paul of Memphis was the gueest of Mrs. Gene Smith Tuesday. Rita Wright underwent an appendectomy at the Methodist Hospital in Memphis Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Zook and daughter. Peggy, visited her at the hospital Sunday. Robert Earl Hopper of Memphis was the week end guest of Mr, and Mrs. G. B. Shull and their family. Mr. and Mrs, L. C. King, M r s. Pearl Warren and baby daughter all of Memphis were guests In the Shull home Sunday. ^ -i Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pe,rry'&f Memphis were (he overnight guests of his brother, Russie Perry, and Mrs. Perry Saturday. Sunday, they were the guests of another brother Jesse Perry and ohi.s, R. C. Hobson and Sonny Smith. Curtis Miller, D. D. Cash and son Ralph fished at the Day Friday and Saturday, Mrs. Jack Henderson and son Mike have returned froin a visit with her mother, Mrs. Joe Whitaker, in Rector. Mr. Henderson mo- torec to Rector Sunday and brought them home. Mrs. Thomas Barnes and baby are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Green, in Monette. Mrs, Anderson Brack and children, Sharon and Betty, and Mr. ana BMrs. B. E. Zook, all of Slkes- ton, Mo., were the week end guests ol Mr. and Mrs. Jack Zook and their family. Ed Williams and daughter. Jo Visiting Around Arkansas BY JOE MARSH KING COTTON Lee, were the guests of his sister, Mrs Allen NenJ, and her family in Weona Thursday and Friday. Tne Rev. D. B. Bledsoe, Carrol] Evans. Mrs. Ed Williams and Mrs Brosighton Lovett attended the Worker's Council of the Mississippi County Baptist Association that wat held Friday at Keiser Baptist "Horses"—the jrasoline kind, that is—are replacing the mule in Arkansas cotton fields. it seems to me that on most large farms and plantations in Arkansas, the entire process of cotton production is, more and more, being handled mechanically from planting to picking. These mechanical marvels are serving to nmke the farmer's lot easier and to increase his standard of living through improving the quality and production of his commodity. Farm machinery is making for a oetter way of life among our rural folks—just a* tht brewer* of America are contributing to th« enjoyment and contentment of th» ArneiicMn people through production of fine beer and ale. Malt beverages are accepted today by the people of Arkan»a« and they are offered to th$ pubHa under the Brewing Industry'* Self-Regulation Program which assures maintenance of clean, wholesome, law-abiding conditions for legal sale of these products. Copyright 19SI, Unit id Stat** Briwrn F undation. Inc., Arkania* d t'uiWinp, Litlt* Rork, cr '(Z'l KIRBY DRUG STORES C OT Y Nationally Known Wallpapers ALL FADEPROOF AND WASHABLE ~1 fiactl quality O/ tO Single roll Beil-nlling pallerm from the l'n« of fomoui wallpaper manufoclurefi. Traditional prints, modern plairs_pot- terni for every room, any home. Also c leloction of deep- rone backgrounds and coordinated printi for adjoining roomt. 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