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' PACT TITO rARK.) COURIER Jane Shclton, Society Editor Nupti9l Vows Are Said in Manila Home MANILA — Miss Patty Lynn Wright, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Crockett Wrlghl. became the Christmas day bride cl Burcn Flau- nfgan, Jr.. of Lciiciivilte in a 4 p.m. ceremony at the home of the bride's parents. Mr, Flanuigan is (he son of Mr. and Mrs. Buren Flannlgan of Leachville. The Rev. N. Lee Dale, minister of the First Methodist Church, officiated at the double ring ceremony which was said before ft large silvered Christmas tree aglow with blue lights. Miss Nelrieane Pee attended as maid of honor and was dressed in a ballerina length gown of Christmas red velvet. She wore shoes of velvet dyed to match and touched in fl tinsel trim. Her flowers were talisman roses, caught In streamers of red. Given !n marriage by her lather, the bride was dressed in a gown of ice blue bengaline which was fash- icned with an empire waist, and a bouffant skirt with impressed pleats poised over crinoline. Her tinsel trimmed shoes also matched her ballerina length gown and her smalt hat of identical material was touched In rhinestoncs. She carried a crescent shaped bouquet of sweetheart roses. Thomas Cantrell Flnnnignn served &s his brother's best man. A black crepe alterncon gown trimmed in pale blue with seed pearls and sequins was worn by mother of the bride. The mother of the groom, Mrs. Flannigon, chose an afternoon gown of black crepe. Both were presented carnations In blue and pink. Open house was held following the ceremony nnd Mddlng cake and punch u'as served from the bride's table which was centered with the blue tiered cake topped In blue tinted carnations and surrounded in matching flowers. Silvered holly swirled about the punch bowls «nd the illumination was provided by blue tcptri burning In ailver candelabra. The reception attendant* were presented carnations and later !n the evening the couple left on a southern wedding trfp after which they will be at home on Highway 77 at Manila. Mn. Tlnnnigan traveled In a suit of nary blu» worn with matching •coworlet and a winter while hat sprinkled in rhlneatones and tear- 4rap peart, A liTMK.nutnber of out-of-town (|»MW »W*ded th» ceremony. Board Convenes In Brooks Home luncheon at the home of Mrs. S. X. Srcc, 1 ** followed by a dlscuj- aion of planned 1953 activities yesterday honored members of the B»ecutire Board of the Women's Kiwionary Union of the First Baptist church. ' Mrs. Joe AtVlns, Mrs. Kendall Berry, Mrs. R. o. Cash, Mrs. E. C. Brown, Mrs. J. M. Cleveland and Mrs. Jim Crafton were co-hostesses to the 14 Board members attending. White chrysanthemums and scarlet carnations were combined to form the luncheon table centerpiece. Following the meal, Mrs. C. E. Johnson gave the devotional, "Keys to Salvation." Prayers were offered during the afternoon by Mrs. Darrel Swaner and Sirs. Charles R. Newcomb. Mrs. Ted King, WMtr president, conducted the business discussions. Togs for Tiny Toddlers Phone 4461 By Sue Burnett Such fun to sew, and so complete dainty dress and underwear set for a tiny miss, and a romper for brother that's as simple as pit to sew. Each Item requires very little fabric. Pattern No. 87S3 k a SDw-hlte perforated pattern in sizes 6 mos, 1, 2, 3, 4 years. Slxe 1, dress. 1V4 yards, of 39-Inch; undies, IK yards; romper, % yard. For this pattern, send 30o in COINS, your name, address, Jzo desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News. 372 W. Quinsy Street, Chicago S III. The new Spring and Summer Basic FASHION for women who sew will be ready for you shortly. Send 25 cents now for your copy. Mrs. F. Robinson Presents Program A program on "science" was giver by Mrs. Freeman Robinson yester day at the 2 p.m. meeting ol Chap, tcr "N" of PEO when Mrs. Charle. Crigger entertained at her West Walnut St.reet home for the bl-i monthly session. Mrs. L. E. Old. chapter president conducted the srssion for the 12 members attending. 8763 6 moi. * 4 yr>, Friday Contract Meets in Home All members of the Friday Contract Club attended the weekly meeting yesterday for which Mrs. 0. W. Oarrlgan was hostess at her home In the Hall Moon Community. Refreshments wW» served and bridge played with Mrs, G. O. Poetz winning high score, Mrs. Gnrrigan, second high nnd Mrs. Doyle Henderson, bridgo. 125 Attend Church Supper Party Approximately 125 congregational members nnd guests of the Church of Christ last night attended the politick supper pnrty at the Woman's Club on West Main Street. Houorees for the event were Mr. nnd Mrs. Everett Eiibanfcs and family, Mr. nnd Mrs. Z. A. Edens, nnd Mrs. W. C. Shcarln. Following supncr, the evening wns spent Informally. Mr. nnd Mrs. Euuanks nnd family recently moved to Dyess tn make their home, Mr. nnd ' Mrs. Edcns are leaving soon for Bakervtlle, Mo., nnd Mrs. Shearin and family will move to Paragould. Les Tone, Guests Play at Club Members of Les Tone and two guests yesterday met at the Country Club for the weekly session for which Miss Angle Hood was hostess. Mrs. J. M. Williams and her houseeuest. Mrs. Carol Campany of Shelby, Miss., were the group's guests and in the afternoon game Mrs. Campany took high score honors. Parly foods and iced drinks were served. Mrs. Edgar Oslin Is Club Guest Mrs. Edgar Oslln s-as the only guest with members of La Finesse yesterday when the group met at the Ash Street home of Mrs. W. M. Jcmlz for the weekly dessert bridge In the game. Mrs. Oslin took high score honors, while second high went to Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Jr., and bridge to Mrs. J. Whitney Morgan. Jr. Mrs. Oslln, who makes her home in Little Rock, Is the houseguest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. t-fax Parks. Coming Events Saturday Square dancing at th« country Club beginning at 8 p.m. Monday Wesleyan Service Guild of First Methodist Church meets at the church at 7:30 p.m. Trinity laiptlst WMS has 2:30 p.m. meeting at the home of Mrs. John Buchanan, 523 East Cherry. First Methodist WSCS has business-program meeting at the church at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday Mrs. Neal Qescll hostess to La Petite. Mrs. Phillip Applebaum hostess for 7:30 p.m. meeting of Jayceettes. Mrs. Gene Teaford hostess to Trl-Town Club. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League plays at the club at 7:15. Charlevolx Chapter of DAH has p.m. luncheon meeting at Hotel Noble. Orientation courses for blood donor program at Hotel Noble, Room 101 from 1 till 3 p.m. High School Parent - Teachers Association has 3 p.m. general meeting at the school preceded by 2:30 p.m. Executive Board meeting. Wednesday Mrs. Marvin Nunn hostess to Town and Country Club. CIB Bridge Club meets at the Dixie Pig with Mrs. Richard T. Mills, hostess. Thursday Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 7:30 pm. Miss Jettye Huffman hostess to QEO Club. Thursday Rook Club plays with Mrs. J. O. Huey. Mrs. Joe Neeley entertaining TLE Club. Friday Mrs. Doyle Henderson hostess to Friday Contract Club. La Finesse meets with Mrs. J. Whitney Morgan. Saturday Zeta Chapter of Dcltn Kappa Gamma has C:30 p.m. politick dinner nt home of Mrs. Ralph Berryman. with Mrs. George Wlggs, co-hostess. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble nt 1:30 p.m. At the flospitals Blylhcvlilci HinpHal Dismissed: Wllllnm Champion, Caruthersvllle Anthia Spain, Luxora WMls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. J. D. Brady and baby, Manila Mrs. Carl Smith, City Mrs. J. N. Stanley, Haytl 9 Members Attend WSCS Monthly Program Meeting Kine members and one guest ol the Promised Land Methodist Women's Society ol Christian Service met Thursday in the home ol Mrs. Tom Moore for the monthly program session. Mrs. Sammy Poe of Haytl was the only guest lor the program. "Because We Have Been So Greatly Blessed." Partici[lating were Mrs. Marcus Oaines, Mrs. Felix Hill. Mrs. Moore. Mrs. Russell Galnes and Mrs. Frank Stage. Mrs. Mf.rcus Gaines. president, conducted the business meeting after which the hostess served a dessert course and Iced drinks. The meeting adjourned with repeating of the Lord's Prayer. Miss Betty Dodds and Miss Lois Porter are spending the weekend in Roe as guests of Miss Porter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Porter. Mrs. John Moses and children of Mounds. III., are the jjuosl.5 of Mrs. Moses' parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G, Shibley. Cpl. R, A. Friend left today for Camp atoneman, Calif., and overseas assignment alter having been the holiday guest of his parents, Mr. .nd Mrs. J. p. Friend. Mrs. W. A. Ilarrell nnd daughters, Betsy and Jeanie, have returned from East Prairie, Mo., where they were the holiday guests of Mrs, Bobby Origss anil fnmlly, Cpl. Floyd Trotter has returned to Fort Sill, Okla., after being the guesl of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Trotter during the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Williams have »s their hoiiscgucst Mrs. Carol Campany and daughter, Kay of Shelby, Miss. Mrs. Will Hodgson and Mrs. Alvin Simon of New Orleans were the guests last night of their sister. Mrs. Cornelius Modlnger and family. On their return home today they were accompanied by their mother, Mrs. Joseph Hodgson, who will make an extended visit with relatives In New Orleans. Condition of Herman Cross, who Is a patient at Walls Hospital, is reported as remaining critical. Cpl. Gerald L. Hancock will leave Wednesday for Fort Lewis, Wash., alter spending 30 days here with Mrs. Hancock, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .Earl McGregor, and his mother. Mrs. Mamie E. Hancock. Cpl. Hancock has spent the past 21 months In Lctterman Army Hospital, Ban Francisco. Relief Discussion, Election Highlights Guild Meeting and night highlighted a meeting of the Women's Guild of the First Lutheran Church in the fellowship hall of the church. •Prayer by Mrs. L. J. Zelicr preceded the relief discussion in which the Guild agreed to send donations to aid the situation. Officers named to serve in 1952 were. Mrs. Charles Henley, president; Mrs. George McLecd, vice president; Mrs. Harold Knoi>u, secretary nnd Mrs. Herman Hoffman, treasurer. A dessert course was served by Mrs. McLeod In the social hour following. ^ATURDAY, JANTJAKY 5, 1958 New Year's Political Lineup Shows Women to Hold Starring Positions By SIGKII) ARNK AP N'ewifealurM Writer WASHINGTON—Women will be more than "helpers" In the 1952 presidential campaign. Mr«. Gilford Mayes of Idiho. She —...^....... ......,}.,,,£,,, cflme up the hard WEY \n the par* For one thing, more women than ty. with 20 years of work behind .en can vote in this country now. her, starting with ringing door bells --i 1950 there were 49,419,000 women In the precincts Her so small eligible to vote and only 47,496,000 headquarters crew In Washington m !"' .. „ . , Is tied in with 5,000 local women'j bo both the Republican «nd Dern- Republican club» erratic National Committees—have women are taking active parts In local politics. They report larger numbers of younger women are active. And Republican headquarters . — ..., ...,,. u ,,,.. v,w,,l,.,nn;ta—-iluy C nci BLH1L SUIneCl POlltlCSl thumplns programs to educate wo- schools" two years ago to educate mi-n s divisions report that more precinct voters on the Issues and on "" ' '" - '- how to approach voter*. Those schools will be held all over the country this next year. Eight tennis , -- --~' --•• .,^«"M"o*v^io of Republican Mrty expert* have 1"~J*i!.^." e ™ H ; s i lng m . ore bc " 1 Mt "P » ""> the school", „ . Mr '. Mayes says "The job In '52 «oth Republican and Democratic [s to do our party job Every work- *h Cm ,! nh !m? cr j h " ve , bcen busy " must " ne U P ' or "renuous i«m- through 1051. for several years the palgnlng. Every potential voter Democratic women have worked on must be registered Ev.ryono reit- the slogan '^Campaigns are won be- Istered must vote. Let's not repeat , he , |ost vo(e , S | tua||ons fn v _ lous presidential elections. Let's put the stay-ftt-homers to shame." Responsible Jobs Women gained responsible lobs In the Republican party a little more slowly than they did In the Democratic party, but now they are vene between palgns. twecn elections." On that slogan they have kept party workers together fighting for local Issues right through the four years that inter- presidential cam- Now (he Republican women are hard at work on a campaign they call "Work and Win," Both women's divisions have emphasized educational programs to help the voters understand issues and their effect on Individual homes. The women have turned out such readable letters and pamphlets that now the major part of their output goes to both men and women county leaders for distribution to voters. Manuals Given The Democratic women have turned out a "Guide Book." The Republican women are mailing out a "Workers' Manual." Both detail how to get acquainted with voters In the precinct how to explain the Issues, what to do in the last month of the campaign and on 'election day. The Republican manual is more A discussion of Far East relief detailed. For example. It shows the election of 1D52 officers last precinct worker Just how to make . VlioVlliehtfrl n mo/ittiitr nr tVio Ot]t pnrrts nn pvf»t-t» irMo,- In tv.,, ~ Prayer Links Will Again Meet in Various Homes 'Prayer Links' under the sponsorship of the First Methodist Church will again be held In homes about out cards on every voter In the area, whether Republican, Democrat or "Fnir Deal Democrat." The card asks that, the precinct captain find out whether the voter is registered, whether he needs transportation on election day whether the family will need a' babv sitter and whether members of the family will need absentee ballots mailed to them. This coming vear women precinct workers will be calling from rtoor-to-door. Both parties are polishing up whirlwind campaigns for next October. Women will man the motor pools on election day. do the baby sit- tiiiH. mnn the telephones to check which of the registered voters have failed to show up at the polls. Both parties have handsome forceful women as the directors of their women's divisions. India Edwards, a former Chicago newspaper woman, Is the Demo- the city Wednesday at 9 a.m. Link One meets with Mrs. A. C. ""»n BUH.C tm; iyjo elections, jusi Haley, 2308 Margurlte: Link Two; I recently she flew back and forth. Mrs. John Moore. 1314 Ash; Link I Washington to California, twice lii crat's firebrand. She has never let down since the 1948 elections. Just Three. Mrs. John Miller. 1606 Hearn; Link Four, Mrs. Love B. Adams, 2016 Chicknsawba; E,ink Five, Mrs. W. s. Johnston. 1016 Main; Link Six, Mrs. E. E. Hardln, 1017 Walnut; Link Seven, Mrs. Gus Eberdt, 1113 Hearn; Link Eight. Mrs. Charles Crlgger, Jr., 801 Walnut, Link Nine, Mrs. Roy Ba»ley 120 North 9th; Link Ten, Mrs. Marcus Evrnrd. Highway 61 North; Link Eleven. Mrs. George Hamilton, 420 Davis: nnd Link Twelve, Mrs. Johti Featherston, 718 North- cast Parkway. Pole's Site Moved The magnetic North Pole, which for more ttian 100 years had been shown on maps as lying on Boothia peninsula, now is known to be about CUntocK Sound. one week just to make speeches Through 1951 she has had top ranking Democratic women on the road making speeches. Including the wives o( the secretaries of Agriculture nnd Interior—Mrs. Charles P. Brannnn and Mrs. Oscar Chapman—and two government office holders, Nellie Taylor Ross, director cf the mint, and Mrs. Georgia Neese Clark, the U.S. treasurer. Top Women Named During the campaign the Democrats expect to call on one-time Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins and on (wo diplomats. Mrs. Perle Mesta. minister U> Luxembourg, and Mrs. Eugenie Anderson, ambassador to Denmark. Mrs. Edwards right now is particularly happy over the numbers of i women who have signed up as Dem[ ocratlc pnrty workers who were once I workers In non-partisan organiza- "Where Christ and Christians Meet" CHURCH OF CHRIST Now In Our New Building • Bible Study.. .9 a.m. C Wvoship.. .10 a.m. • Evening Worship, 6 p.m. You Are Invited Sermons Morning: "Counterfeits In Religion" Evening: "Sins That Crucified Christ" F. F. SHARP Evangelist KLCN 12:15-12:30 Daily CHURCH OF CHRIST MAIN & DIVISION STREETS TO YOUR CLOTHES tiont such at tht Leigut of Women women are led by Voters. Republican Her staff "political fonrud. .u R f I !£ bU<: * n "««<l<iu«rtfri report* tnat w women ir? no*- Krvinz a« county eh«irm« of Republican party orjunlMtlom. Women are act- Ing »s chairmen of city organizations—five In Connecticut and 18 In Massachusetts. The party has women vice-chairmen In 2,012 countit, in th« nation. There U no way of knowing how important the women'j vote will be to either party In 1953 because the national vote h». never been counted for men and women voters. But in 1M« the Democratic women s dlviiton took » «pot sampling «t votlni boothj. It found that women vot«r« made up the following percentages: low* 52 per cent, Cook county (Ohic»go) 55 per cent, Wayne county (Detroit) 63 per cent, Ohio «J per cent. In Minnesota women voted two to one. Amazing Taxpayer Calls Attention to Early Dat« INTERNATIONAL PALLS, Minn, j—County Treasurer Alex Enzman was dumbfounded when George J. Pidler walked in and said ie wanted to pay his real estate axes-the tox bill which wasn't due until next year. Enanan has been county treasurer 21 years and this was th« irst time, he said, that anyone paid his taxes in tavance Pidler paid $33.69 on 120 acr«i if partly cleared land. He explained that he Just wanted to call at- entlon to the fact it's a good idea o pay taxes early. Council Disapproves Broadcast of Meeting WATERTOWN 8.D. (AP>— Live microphones greeted the Watertown city father* when they sat down to * recent council meeting. The council's first order of business was to vote » to 1. that the broadcast of Its proceedings over the local station be discontinued. Mayor Gerhard A. Gilbert, vetoed the action. The Jtatlon withdrew Its equipment anyway on the grounds it did-' n't want to "cause trouble". There Is no Illiteracy In Iceland. More new books per capita are published there than in any other YOUR CLOTHES LAST LONGER .. . KEEP THAT "SHOWCASE" LOOK Send us your finest fabrics, your costliest linens with worry.. .we will return them to you gently hut thoroughly laundered.. .and pressed perfectly by our skilled operators. BLYTHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY& CLEANERS PHONE 4418 DKAINAGE DISTRICT NUMBER SEVENTEEN of Mississippi County, Arkinsa* STATEMENT RECF,1PTS AND DISBURSEMENTS Period January i, 1951 to December 31, 1951 S* E J?™ and January '• 1951 Current Taxes Collected (Net) Delinquent Taxes Collected Delinquent Tax Cosis ]. Land Sales - Principal'""..!!""" Land Sales - Interest !!.!' Income Lands' Owned - Stumpage.. Income Lands Owned - Ploodway Ren» Miscellaneous Income Sale Big Lake Lands (Qsm'e '& 'fish" Commission) Withholding Tax Collected.. .!" TOTAL RECEIPTS ..,.!!.!."! DISBURSEMENTS Bond Principal Paid - Bonds 221/279 53,000 00 Bond Interest Paid - Coupons Nos 10 Ran . dj , 11 18,780.0* Bond & Coupon Exp. (Collection Chg) I60.1S S?,?^ S<! FlooSwn y Lands Taxej & ins. 421.18 Withholding Tax Remitted 168.00 68,158.57 150,003.80 621.41 S0.40 (93.40 47.18 1,15-1.33 (.649.8t 1,800.00 «5,000.00 J71.20 198.910.21 257,068.78 72,535.** Maintenance Si Operation Preliminary Surveys & Engineering . ....... ^ ........... Drift Removal ____ !!!!!!!!!".!!'.' Car Expense ...... Test Seeding Ditch Slopes!!!!!!! Ditch Clearing ........... Clean-Out Ditch No. 7. .....!." Clean-Out Ditches No. 8 fc 9 Clean-Out Ditch No. 21 ....... ' Clean-Out Ditch No. 27 ...... Clean-Out Ditch No 30 Clean-Out Ditch No. 33 ....... Clean-Out Ditch No. 38 ....... Clean-Out Ditch No. 53 Administration Salaries ....... Legal ......... !!!!!!!!!'"!'! Rent ................... 5.511.2* 320.0* ......... Office Supplies & Stationery..!!! Exch.-i nge .................... ! ! Bond Premiums & Insurance..!! ' Recording .......... Audit . ' ........... ..!..!!!!!!!!! Traveling & Misc ....... !!!!!!!! TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ... 29. H . l,452.7t . 349.51 . 1.224.3J . 1,213.31 .42.490.24 . 4.793.4S . 1.3on.B3 . 1.766.04 . ,M9.8S,. . 4,800.0* .. «00.0« . 420.00 . 431.78 . 458.17 . 141.1t . 367.08 56.00 75.00 . 404.18 :ountry in the world. Listen In KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements Box Office Plume 2752 Office Phone G938 Box Office Opens lit 1:15 Show Starts 2:00 p.m. Continuous Showing Everyday Saturday Only! Double Feature KXL'MJ EDMOND LIZABETH O'BRIEN -SCOTT g^^ THEY MOORE . Two OF A KIND —Plus— SIX-GUH JUSTICE FOR BORDER Klll% .RrCHARD SURf-fT JOAN DttON , Serjal;."M}'steruius Island" Also Cartoon Cont. Showing Saturday 12:30-11:3» Sunday & Monday 7,754 M 147.966.90 Cash on hand December 31, 195] DEFOSITOniES First National Bank Farmers Bank & Trust Co 109,101.88 69,101.88 • 40,000.00 109,101.88 CERTIFICATE I hereby certify that the foregoing statement of Receipts and Disbursements for the period January 1, 1951 to December 31 1951 Is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. 1 C. G. REDMAN Secretary. Subscribed and sworn (o before me this 2nd day of January, 1952 ( " 2al) NOMA COTHREN ,, „ , , Notary Public My Commission Expires Jan. 15, I93S. BALANCE SHEET AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1951 ASSETS Current AsseU Cash on hand First National Bank '.! .69,101.88 Farmers Bank fa Trust Co 40,000.00 U. S. Government Bonds ' Land Sale Contracts Accrued Interest-Land Sale Contracts AccountvS Receivable Delincment Taxes Receivable 1927 & Prior Years 1.047.73 $109,101.88 20.000.00 6,458.46 1,004.92 405.00 12.053.46 1929 1031 1932 247.3J 123.11 115.0* 1933 ,156.94 1934 3 3T4.99 1935 . 594 Of 1936 405.34. 1M8 1,075.34 1S39 892.45 19« 23567 1941 507.17 1942 8583J /.. 370.71 7893* 82.21 138.49 19897 141.71 274.93 1.007.0? 1,058.45 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 Paramount News & Selected Shorts Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Total Current As.«t» Fixed Assets Houses - Sec. 20-13-8 2.600.00 Furniture & Fixtures 1.400.00 Automobile and Equipment 1,800.00 Completed Construction 131.216.48 I49.028.7Z Total Fixed Assets T37.0I6.48 TOTAL ALL ASSETS LIABILITIES COrrrnl Liabilities Withholding tax unremltted 4520 Fixed Liabilities 2% Bonds Outstanding SWOOOOO TOTAL ALL LIABILITIES INCOME TAX DATA 62.63"« ot 1951 tax paid U deductible In computing 1SS1 Income tax. 886,045.20 888,045.20 Serial: "l-'irales Harbor" Also Cartoon font. Show Sa).«]2:30-ll:30 Sunday & Monday p^sassatMiMjaKscas : KIRK DOUGUS with JAN BUiyVlLDER —PLUS— 'Crazy House' Olsen & Johnson Also Metro News Con!. Showinp Sun. 2-11

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