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January 12, 1952

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS M!s« Mary Sue Crarian Mary Sue Cra/ton's Betrotkal To Ensign G.A. Mines, Jr.,.Told Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Oration today announced the- engagement of thfilr daughter, Miss Mary Sue Crafton to E:is. Guimer Augustus Hlnes, Jr., USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Guimer Augustus Hines of Rutherfordton, N. C. Miss Crafton was graduated from Blythevllle High School where she was a member of the Red Pepper »nd Garden Clubs. A cheer leader for four years, she also was a charter member of the Blythevllle Chapter of the Future Teachers of America. Now a sophomore at Brcnau College, Gainesville, Ga., she is a pledge of Delta Delta Delta social sorority. A member ot the business stall of "The Alchemist," college newspaper, and "Babbles," college annual, she also Is a member of the school choir, Junior Young Womens Christian Association and secretary of the Homo Economics Club. Ensign Hlnes was graduated from Hutherfordton High School and Duke University, Durham, N. C., where he was a member of Kappa Alpha social fraternity. Ho was graduated from the United Slates Naval Academy nt Annapolis. Md.. In June and is now stationed aboard the USS Bearess at Norfolk, V». Plans for nn early spring wedding will be announced later. Mrs. Moore is Hostess for County Council of HD Clubs /Meeting Mr«. Forrest Moora yesterday was hostess it her home lor a meeting ot th« Board of Directors ot the — : •::.:.-• gfrr!^ Party at Marks Birthday Phyliss Jenn May marked her seventh birthday Wednesday afternoon with a party at her home for 18 guests. Betsy Harrell and Eunice Spencer were prize winners In the party games. Birthday cake, Ice cream and hot chocolate were Inter served the guests and favors of candy and gum filled baskets presented. Mrs, I. L. May, mother of the honoree was assisted In serving by the guejt of honor's grandmother, Mrs. Prank Wheat. Prayer Links Plan Final Meeting for Wednesday The final meeting of Prayers Links, under the sponsorship of the First Methodist Church, will be held Wednesday at 9 a.m. In various homes. Mrs. Byron Moore. 2508 Rose will be hostess to Link One; Mrs. B. M Matthews, 1217 Ash, Link Two: Mrs Mrs. A. H. Boyct, 1017 Holly, Link Three; Mrs. W. T. Rainwater. 1001 Hearn. Link Four; Mrs. R. L. Loggins. 1010 Ash. Iilnk Five: Mrs. L E. Baker. 1120 Chickasawba, Link Six: Mrs. P. L. Husbands. 1100 Henrn, Link Seven: Mrs. Henderson Hall. 305 N. Broadway. Link Ei?hti Mrs. Krcd Fireman, 423 Madison, Link Nine; Mrs. Dale Horn 721 Hardln. Link Ten: Mrs. James. C. Guard, in E. Davis, Link Elcver and Mrs. W. J. Cnpplcs, 600 E. Cherry. Link Twelve. PROGRAM SCHEDULE KOSE 850 On Vtrar Dili Sunday, January 13, 1!)52 MORNING 7:15—Sign On 7:15—Music for Sunday 7:45~Church of Christ 8:15—Blythcvllle Church of God 8:43—Youni: Trio 9:00—Full Gospel Tabernacle 8:30—Southern Four 0:45—Spiritual Five 10:00—Southern Travelers 1D:1S—Suirlleht Quartet 10:30—Chape) in the Sky 11:00—Church Sen-ices AFTERNOON 12:00—.News 12:15—Noon Serenade 12:45—Woman of the Week 1:00—Baptist Hour 1:30—Glad Tidings Hour of Trumann 2:00—Hollywood Calling 2:30—Welcome Neighbor 2:45—Meet Ihe Band 3:00—Ctsco Kid 3:30—Phllo Vance 4:00—Boston Dlackls 4:30—Stars on Parad» 5:00—News 5:05—SporU News S:15-Slgn Oft County Council of Home Demonstration Clubs. llriVMporo U newly nnmed 1052 _MM& h**d and-the meeting waa op*M::.»rtth a 1961 financial summary by'retiring treasurer, Mrs. Essie Davis, who presented her records to !952 treasurer. Mrs. Sam Hanley. Finns were completed for the 1952 rnptank mid the Board made plans for a Jnu. 24 pnrty at the American Legion Hut. All clubs of the county were represented at the sewlon. A social hour followed the adjournment, BSP Chapter Meets in Home "Friendship nnd Love" wan the program directed by Mrs. Barney Crook yesterday nt the bi-monthly meting of the Alplm Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi for which Mrs. Jce Freeman was hostess at he home on Henrn Street. The business meeting was directed by Mrs. w. H. O'Keefe, chapter president nnd was highlighted with a discussion of plans for the annual selection of the "Woman of the Year." Following the adjournment the nostcss served refreshments. SATURDAY, TAKUArtT U, 11 Jane Shellon, Society Editor Party Observes Fifth Birthday Thirty guests were Invited to the Woman'4 Club on West Main Street yesterday for the lljth birthday celebration of Mike Ulley, son of Dr. and Mrs. P. E, utlcy. Balloons decorated the room In which the guests played games and spent the afternoon Informally. A large birthday cake adorned with cowboys nnd Indians centered the table, from which Ice cream and party foods were served. Colorful valentines were scattered about the refreshment table antl favors suggestive of the approaching holiday motif were presented the guests. Included In Hie guest list were members of the honoree's kindergarten class. Assisting Mrs. Utley during the event were Mrs. Gcan Atkinson, Mrs. JlaJph Nichols, kindergarten teacher and Mrs. Rupert Crafton. La Finesse Club, Guest Play Bridge La Finesse Club and one guest, Mrs. George Powell, yesterday played bridge at the West Walnut Street home of Mrs. Whitney Morgan. Red carnations centered each small table arranged about nn entertaining room fur the occasion and in the bridge game Mrs. Powell won hlfjli score honors and Mrs. Jack Webb, second high. Mrs. Morgnrt served a dessert Course. LUXOR A NEWS Bjr MRS. G. C. DKIVKR At the Hospitals Tllylhcvlllc Hospital dismissed: Mi.*. Lewis Hester nnd baby, Hoi- innd Mrs, Bill Wright and baby, Dell Walls Hospital Dismissed; Mrs J. A. Farley, Dell TTA Meets The Lux-orn Parent-Teachers Association held Its monthly meeting nt the school cafeteria Wednesday afternoon, with L. H. Autry, superintendent of schools nt Burdette, ns the principal speaker. Mr. Autry presented opinions on "Changing Concepts In Education." The musical portion of the program consisted of ft piano solo by Miss Dlone Stevens, tenth grade student In the Luxora school. Room attendance prizes were awarded the second and fourth grades in the elementary division »nd the eleventh grade in the high school division. , Personals Mrs. K. R.^Bogan antl Mrs. T. F. Hudson Attended uie U.D.C. luncheon hold In Blythcvllle Thursday. They also attended the D.A.R. luncheon hpkl at the Peaborly Hotel lu Memphis Friday. Mrs. Lillian Freenr arrived here Thursflny for nn extended visit with her sister, Mrs. J. I. Mlitlin. Ferman Rogers. Instructor In the Victoria elementary school, nnrt ft Nftval reservist, has been recalled to active duly*-Mr. Rogers left Monday for Little-Rock, from where he will receive further assignment orders. Mr. anrt Mrs. a. C. Driver were host.! to their three table Cnnasta Club at n dinner party Saturday night nt their home. Prize winners in the following games were Mrs. Elmer Hnll nntl John Bowen. To Receive l>CRrec Miss Betty Sue Mlfllln. itnughtcr or Mrs. J. I. Mlfllln nnd the Into Mr. MIITiln of Luxora, Is among the 05 graduates receiving degrees nt Arkansas state Teachers College in Conwny Sunday afternoon nt commencement exercises. Miss Miftlin will receive the degree of bachelor of science In education, with n mn- jor In vocational home economics. A 1048 graduate of Luxorn Hlsh 1 School, where she wns H member of the Beta Club and wns chosen ns Miss Lnsora In her senior year, Miss Mifllln nttended Marlon College, Virginia, for one year, nnd has completed her degree requirements nt the StAto Teachers College, Miss Mlfllin has accepted the position of instructor in Home Economics of the Vanndale Public Schools, commencing Jan. 21. Mrs. MlfTIin. Mrs. Lillian Frecar. aunt of Miss Mlfflin, and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Wood. Sr., nil of Luxora, left today to attend the graduating oxrrclses. Bits of News fr/oatlu i Mrs. Jim Crafton left this morning for Texarkana to be with her mother, Mrs. Keron Gill, who Is a patient at St. Michael's Hospital Mrs. Crafton had spent the past month In Texarkana v/ 11 h her mother, who Is reported as slightly improved. Mrs. Crnfton ieiurncd to Blythcvillc several days ago. Mr, and Mrs. Harry Roese of BemidJI, Minn., left yesterday for St. Petersburg, Fla.. for a winter vacation after having visited here Thursday and Friday with frlenrts. Sfc. and Mrs. zack T. Walker of Port Ord, Cnlif,, announce the birth of their third child, Yvonne Subtle, Dec. 30 at the army hospital, Fort Ord. Sfc. Walker Is the Mm of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Walker of Blyltievfllc. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Fisher and daughters. Melba and Mary Ann and son. Eddie motored to St. Louis yesterday with Air. and Mrs. Bob Goodwin of Memphis to visit Mrs. Fisher's brother, George Williams and family and Mr. Goodwin's brother, Ivy QoodK-ln and family. Mrs. Mobley Estcs has arrived fro;n her home in Columbus, Ga., to be with her mother, Mrs. John Bourland, who Is 111 at her home on West Walnut. Miss Mary Outlaw is spending the weekend in Osccola as guest of Mrs. Donald Wertz. Tonight, Mrs. Wertz will be hostess for a dinner and canasta party honoring Miss Outlaw. Mr. nntl Mrs. J. C. Elii.s returned Wednesday night from Blloxl, Miss., where they had spent 10 days as guests of Mrs. Ellis' mother, Mrs. E. E. Hedge and brother. Norwood Hedge and Mrs. Hedge. C. A. Tant is reported as Improving at Memphis Baptist Hospital where he is a patient. Coming Events Guests Play Bridge With GEO Club Five guests played bridge Thursday night with members of the GEO Club when Miss Jettye Huffman was hostess at her home on West Walnut for the weekly club session. Mrs. Lewis Henderson. Mrs. Richard T. Mills, Mrs. Robert I. Thompson, Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe, and Mrs. Harold Nunn were guests for the dessert bridge. In the game, Mrs. Jchason Blackwell won high score, Mrs. Mills, second high and Mrs. Joseph W. McHaney, bridgo. The guests later presented layette gifts to Mrs, James Rogers. New Liberty News The ORA Birthday Club met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. C. T. Whittaker for a 1 p.m. luncheon. A lace cloth overlaid the table, which was centered with yellow pom poms. Birthday honoree was ' Mrs. Mary Scrape, who was presented gilts from the group. Mr, and Mrs. Sigman Hurt have returned to their home in Elbridge, Tenn., after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hihcn Stevenson. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wilson left Saturday for Los Angeles, Calif., for several weeks visit with her son and his family. Mrs. E. H. Crook, who Is 111, is reported slightly Improved. Mrs. J. F. Epperson is visiting her daughter. Mrs. Logan Perkins and family at Cole Ridge. NOTICE Proposed Budget of Expenditures TOfjcllier with .Tax Levy for Fiscal Venr Beginning July ]. 19:53, to and Including June 30, 1054 The Board of Directors of Etowah School District No 36 of Mississippi County, Arkansas, In compll- Satnnlny ance with the. requirements of Act Square dancing nt Counlry Club. '103 of 1951 and of Amendment No. beginning at B p.m. . 40 to the Constitution of the State Zctn Chapter of Delta Kappa ' of Arkansas, have prepared, approv- Gamm.i has 0:30 p.m. uotiuck dinner at home of Mrs. Ralph Bcrryman, with Mrs. George Wiggs, co-hostess. Monday Trinity Baptist WMU has 2:30 p.m. meefiig with Mrs. C. 8. Webb, 014 Lilly. First Baptist WMU has 1 p.m. luncheon at church followed by business session and Royal Service progra m, . Mrs. Gene McGuire hostess to Ynruro Methodist WSOS. Mrs. c. R. Robe son hostess cd, and hereby make public the proposed budget of expenditures together with the tnx rale as follows: General Control, $1200; Instruction, $450QO; operation of School Buildings, $5000; Maintenance ot School Plant and Equipment, $1000; Auxiliary Agencies (including transportation), 55000; Fixed Charges, S1800; Capital Outlay, $3000; Dent Service, $7000. To provide for the foregoing pro- poser! budget of expenditures the Board of Directors proposes a lax OSCEOLA NEWS Betty* Nelle Starr Mn. Maude Hudson Thursday* night was hostesi to the Widows Pitch Club for a supper meeting. The small tables at which guests were seated were marked with branches of foliage and flowering si) nibs. In the pitch game Mrs. Ed Shippen won high score. Mrs. Mona Moore was the only guest. Mrs, Darrell Crane was hostess to th« Wednesday qrldge Club for a luncheon meeting at her home. Winter blooms decorated the home and In the bridge game Mrs. Jack Wilson won high score and Mrs. Bob Kendrlclt. second high. Vernon LaCour, representative of the Agriculture Department Branch of the Union and planters Bank of Memphis and secretary ot the Mid- South Fair Association was guest speaker at the Klwanls Club luncheon, yesterday at the Masonic Hall. "Diversification" was Mr. La Cour's subject. NOTICE Propped Budget of Expenditures 'Jojether with Tax Levy for Fiscal Year Beginning July 1, 1953. to and Including June 30, 1054 The Board of Directors of Mississippi County School District No, 55 of Mississippi county, Arkansas, in Compliance with the requirements of Act 403 of 1B5I and of Amendment No. 40 to the Constitution nt the State of Arkansas, have prepared, approved, and hereby make public the proposed budget of expenditures together with the tax rate as follows: General Control, S200; Instruction, $10,000; Operation of School NOTICE Proposed Budfet of Expenditures Totelher with Tax l*vy for Final Ve« Bfflnnlnr July I, 1S53, (o and Including Jun* 30, 195* The Board of Directors of Armorel School District No. 9 of Miss. County, Arkansas, in compliance with the requirements of Act 403 of 1951 and of Amendment No. 40 to the Constitution of the State of Arkansas, have prepared, approved, and hereby make public the proposed budget of expenditures together with the tax rate as follows: General Control, SHOO; Instruction, $39000; Operation of School Buildings, J6000; Maintenance m School Plant and Equipment, $4503; Auxiliary Agencies (Including transportation), {8000; Fixed Charges, $2100: Capital Outlay. $2500; Debt Service. $4977. To provide for the foregoing proposed budget of expenditures the Board of Directors proposes a tax levy of 45 mills. This tax levy Includes the present continuing levy for the retirement of present indebtedness. Given this 9 day of January. 1052. Board of Directors, Armorel School District No. 9 of Miss. County. Arkansas E. L. Hale, President Arthur Vance, secretary NOTICE Budget at F..\psnfltture5 TnjrctJrr witli Tax I.rvs for -FisrM Year ncuinnltijt July I. in.vl. to nml Including June 30, 1051 The Board of Directors ot Brinkley School District No. .52 of Mis- In com- _ ., , together with the tax rate as fot- To provide for the foregoing pro- lows: posed budget of expenditures the General Control. $250- Iiutruc- ?°,*, ,°L ^.'m cl ° rs pr °P° ses a tax tion . S12-080: Operation of School Buildings. S1000: Mainlenance of levy of 20 mills. Given this 10th day of January, Board of Directors, Mississippi county School District No. 55 of Miss. County. Arkansas H. T. Bonds, President Lewis Bonds, Secretary School Plant and "Eouinment, S1000; Auxiliary Agencies rinclnrilng transportation), S2800; Fixed Charces. S300: Capital Outlay, S2500; Debt Service. $3000. To provide for the foregoing proposed budget of expenditures the Board of Directors proposes a tax her home. 513 Parkway to Trinity I Ievy ° r 50 mills - This lax levy fn- Bnptist BWC. -,...— .,.- . - Fnllh nnd Hope Ormi|» of chiis- tlan Womens Fellowship ot First Christian Church meets at 2 p.m. nt home of Mrs. Russell Hays, with Mrs. John Durham, co-hostess. Gleaners Class of First nnpltst Church has 7:30 p.m. meeting with Mrs. J. T. Wcstbrook. Circles of First Presbyterian Church jncet— Circle One, Mrs. Harvey T. KidU; Circle Two, Mrs. C. M. Gray, with Mrs. H. C. Holder, co- liba: Circle Five, Miss Patty June Davis nnd Mrs. Dearlce Loveless hostesses In church basement. Tuesday Mrs. Joseph \V. McHftncy hosle.s-s to GEO Club, American Lesion Auxiliary meets nt the Hut at 8 p.m. Country Club Duplicate Bridge Lengne plnys at 1:15. Mrs. James Terry entertaining Tri-Town Bridge Club. Wednesday Mrs J. J. Cookston. Mrs. R. A. Conclajirl and Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester hostesses at the Masonic Tcm- eludes the present continuing levy for the retirement of present indebtedness. Given this 7th day of January, 1052. Board of Directors, Etowah School District No, 36 of Mississippi County, Arkansas W n. Tyler, President Bryan Heard, Secretary Pecan Trees FOR YOUR HOME OR FARM H ¥•« can choose from a large selection of paper * •' '•fccfc £«can trees at our mirserr in iMonettc. Come ' •nd look around. For any special information, you may contact me in Hlytheville at Oscar Alexander's...600 South Franklin. R. B. SPENCER NURSERY Moriette, Ark. Telephone 52 levy oj 40 mills. This tajc 1«V7 to. eludes the present continuing levy for the retirement of thp pres«)it Indebtedness. Given this 10th day of January, 1952. Board of Directors, BrinMey School District Ho. 52 of Miss, County, Arkansas T. A. Bourland, President Mannering Towles, Secretary A fast dye for white camels v/ai one of the camouflage projects developed by the defenders of th« Anglo-Egyptian Sudan during World War n. I.lslcn to KXCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements Box Office Phone 2752 Office Phone 6938 Box Office Opens at 1:45 Show Slarfs 2;0fl p.m. Continuous Showing Everyday Sitturday Only! l)»ul)le Fcatur.e A NEW TYPE OF WESTERN ...with Special Music! CBMNof QBOJMSTANCE and Country Club. Thursday ' Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Bill Lambert hostess to TLF Club. Mid-Wcek Club meets with Mrs M. O. Usrey. Friday Airs. Reba Perkins hostess to Stitch and Chatter Club. Saturday Cotillion Club has 9 p.m. dance n! Hotel Noble. Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Rainwater, Mr. nnd Mrs. James Koy. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Ehelton. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lee Smith nnd pic nt ?:3o p.m. to Past Matrons! Mr. nntl Mrs, E. M. Hegcnold, hosts anrt Patrons. I and hostesses. Mrs. A. B. Reese hostess to Town i Duplicate Bridge League plays at — Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. St.irlcrs & Generators Repaired & Exchanged J. Raymond Smith 200 K. Kentucky Ave. Phone 26G5 VALUABLE FRANCHISE DEALERSHIP FOR NECCHI SEWING MACHINES For niylheville and surrounding territory. NKCCHI is (he sewing machine that se\vs on buttons... mnkcs button holes.. .embroiders... appliques.. .blind stitches and many others WITHOUT ATTACHMENTS! For information write... MIDWEST DISTRIBUTORS 801 E. Mareum Little Rock, Ark. Serial: "Mysterious Island" No. 15 Also Cartoon Cont. Show Sal. 12:30-11:30 Sunday & Monday I irlONE •> ANN M MICHf.fl I-DLYTH-RENNIE I'aninimint News & Selected Shorta Gospel Meeting with / <W/? M ton III. lit Jaekton, Tenn. EACH Night EVERYBODY WELCOME Our First Meeting In Our N«w Building Jan. 14 to Inn 90 ' Vi I I • ftm \Jf ir. F. s F.vnngellst ;t CHURCH OF CHRIST MAIN & DIVISION STREETS The Sensational and his accordion Singing the Songs You Like ... Featured Nightly at the Razorback from 9 p.m.-l a.m. (Excluding Sunday) The Razorback Box Off ice Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Saturday » «• • « •» ftucv jlyt STAMPED* Serial: "Pirates Harbor" A!so Cartoon Cont. Show Sat. 12:30-11:30P Sunday & Monday /»y Vtow/ve- Asy&ufeet, 20.- —Plus— Cont. Showing Sunday 2-11

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