The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 26, 1952 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 26, 1952
Page 7
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WILSON NEWS By MM. & F. Boylca lit oigbt priytr Mrvlef at the | Irtt BAptiat Church Saturday t eHniMMd. a w*ck of prejara- tfen for the aprin* 'THght Days chrtat" ReriTal that began i Sunday. The Rev. Thomas X*nd«ri of SoutrjwwUrn Baptist 8»mlnary. l>ort Worth, Texas, U conducting th» revival with Rev. Carroll Kvaiu, student In Ouachita College. Ark»delphl», leading the (nglng. t Horning «ervk«s axe held each morning at 7:10. In the evening. fag xrvlces begin at 7:30 with |0kyer groups for the Juniors, In- «rmediates, Young People and Adults meeting at 7. •The 10th grade boys entertained he 10th grade girls with a welner roast at Richardson's Landing Thursday night. Each etudent in vited a guest. The group was a«. cbmpanied by their sponsors Miss iathryn Gregory and Miss Martha Muncy and Maurice Lynch. ; Miu Carolyn Cotner was hostess when ahe .entertained a number of the teen-agers with a party at her Home Saturday night. f > The senior class entertained with skating party at West Memphis Friday night. Members of the class and their guests were accompanied yy the class sponsor, J. D. Roberta J Howard Johnson, who attends Arkansas School (or the Deaf in tittle Rock, spent the Spring vaca Lion with his aunt Mrs. L. T. Stotts Bind Mr. Stotts. j Among the Wilson students home for the Spring vacation were Collie Ijowrance, a student at- Baylor « 3ol for Boys at Chattanooga Jimmy Oarrett who attends ,*ie Citadel at Charleston, S.C. t Don Elslander, son of Mr. aa>d Mrs. Fete Elslander, has recently received his discharge from the Navy after four years of service. During his years In the Navy he saw duty in Alaska, Guam, Hoso- ralu, China and Japan. He is a Graduate of Wilson High School. He was accompanied home by iiis shipmate, Richard T. Chapman, who also received a discharge, after ffmr years of service. Mr. Chapman (AML) O0WBER- JHtWl spent a few days in the Elslander home before going on to his home In Scbring, Fla. • Isaac Alexander «nd Mrs. Waltner attended the funeral of their cousin. Tom Alexander, In Vicksburg, MLss., last Monday. Mr. Alexander was born in Wilson and lived here until he was 12 years old. Other relative.", from Wilson who attended the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Alexander Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Zook were Memphis shoppers last Thursday. Dr. Eldon Falrley attended the Mississippi County Medical Association meeting in BlythevUle las\ Tuesday night. Dr. Fairley was In charge of the arrangements Jor the program. Mrs. B. B. Gooch has returned to her home in Halls, Tenn., after a visit with her grandson Maury Upton and family. Mrs. J- C. Bussey is recuperating at her horhe after undergoing surgery at the St. Josephs Hospital ten days ago. She was released from the hospital, Friday. Mr, and Mrs. Donald Patterson have moved to Jackson, Tenn.. where he will engage in farmifjg. While in Wilscn he was employed at the Wilson Eleciric Shop. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Trammel arid small daughter Jackie were the week end guest of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Trammel in Sikeston. Mo. Mrs. Dora Merrell will leave Sunday for Ken- Orleans. La., where she will spend next week. She will accompany Mrs. E. G. Nelson and family of Memphis. Lt. J. B. Barnett arrived Monday evening on a five day leave. He is visiting Mrs. Eva Kerlin and oilier friends, here. Lt. Barnett, of the Army Engineer Corp. has been attending Officers Training School at Fort Riley. Kansas. After his leave is up he will go to Fort BeTvoir, Va., for further training. Before going into the service. Lt. Barnett was emloyed as a chemist at the former Delta Products Company. Mrs. Albert Grcenwell. Mrs. J. H. Whitaker. Mrs. Dora Merrell, Mrs. Hudson Wren and Miss Jenny Wr*a w«r» In Memphh Monday. Mr*, i. r. Deterljr of Jariuon, Mis*., WM the »eek «nd guest of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Richard Pratt, and her family. Mr. and Mrs. > Marshall Conner and children, Cheran and Tommy, have returned to their home in Monetle after a few days visit with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Buford Boyles. Weekend guests in the Boyles' home were Mr. and Mrs. Buford Boyles, Jr.. and baby daughter, Eleanor Suzanne, and Mrs. Byron Robinson and son, Jerry, all of Memphis. Mrs. Robinson is Mrs. Boyles' sister. Mrs. W. A. Carter- and family of Luxora were the guests of her brother, Gilbert Wiley, and family, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Buck Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ray visited Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Stubblefield In Blue Mountain, Miss., Mis. D. Q. Baker in Hickory Flat and nmiard Gi-een and family In Byhalia, Miss., during Ihe weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Norvel Byers were Ihe guests of his brother. George Byers, and family In Marked Tree, Sunday. The Rev. and Mrs Sam Watson sre in Little Rock this week where they are attending the North Arkansas Wcsleyan Guild and the WSCS conferences. While in Little Rock (hey will be the guests of their sons and their families. MVP. Elstner B-^all and Mrs. J. F. Mnllins arc attending the WSCS sessions. Mrs. Deal! is the District WSCS dptcerate and Mrs. Mullins is a delegate of the local Focletv Older members of the Wilson WSCS who will attend the sessions on Wednesday are Mrs, John Enoch, president. Mrs. L. T. Stotts and Mrs. Alma Harnden. Mrs. Charles Corkran of Mem- Dhis was Ihe weekend guest of Mrs. Pauline Corkran. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Corkran also of Memphis were her, guests Sunday. Gifford Douglas of Indianola, Miss., spent the weekend u-ith his mother, Mrs E. H. Douglas, and her family. While here, he and his mother visited Mrs. Annie Bell Cash and Mrs. Pauline Cash In Trumann, Sunday. Mr. pnd Mrs. Broughton Lovett and sons, John and Jim. visited relatives In Shaw and Rulevllle, Miss., Sunday. Mr. Lovelt-'s mother, Mrs. Edna Lovett of Shaw accompanied them to Ruleville where they were the dinner gucsU of Mr, and MM. Bttr Jo* I>ov«*t. BMy look, who attend* Ark*n- Ma State OoU*c* in Jomboro, •pent the weekend with hi* parent*. Mr. ind Mri. Jack look, and family. Mrs. CharlM Leftwlch. prtiident of the Wilwn PT-A, announced the names of the volunteer workers who will as»Ut with the eh«t x-ray unit when the unit vWt* Wilson on April 1. They are Mrs. Elstner Beall, Mrs. B. F. Boyle*. Mn. Broughton Lovett, Mrs. Ray Mer- rltt and Mn. J. D. Rantln. It is being sponsored in Wilson by the PT-A. Miss Mary Ryals, a student at Ouachita College. Arkadelphla, was the guest of MIs« Virginia ehflton, Sunday. MUs Ryals' home It In Osceola. Patsy 'Hunt and Reba Dean Greenlee of Osceola were the week ena guest* ol Shirley Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Stotts and guest,- Howard Johnson, were the the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank McDonald In Clarksville, Miss. Mr. and Mrs, John Bowen were the weekend guests of his mother. Mrs. B. W. Thweatt, In Conway, COMMMSIONWS 1ALK Notice U hereby given that Uie und4«!gn»d Commissioner, in compliance with the term* of a Decree rendered by the Chancery Court for the Chicltasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas on the 25th day of February, 1952, wherein Mon- «tl« slate Bank et al. were plaintiffs No. 11.9M and Hartwell Edwin Fisher «t al., were defendants, will wll at public auction to the highest and best bidder for cash on a credit of three (3) months nt the South rioor of the Court House between the hours prescribed by law, in the City of BlythevUle, Arkansas on the 12th day of April, 1952 !he follcf.v- Ing described-real estate, to-wit: Lots One (1) and Two i2> Block Four (4) Davis Third Addition to the City of BlythevUle, Arkansas. SaJd sale will be had to siUsIy siml Decree in the sum of $433(5.19 with Interest at six per cent (C r i) from December 17, 1951 until paid, $11.- Ark. Mrs. Roy Slohaiigh. Mrs. Dewey Stotts and Howard Johnson were Memphis shoppers, Monday. EMERGENCY SERVICE For you who need roofing materials or other supplies because of storm damage, Sears of fers 1-day service during the emergency. Call our order office so that we can phone Memphis by 2:00 in (he afternoon and your supplies will be here ready for you to pick up at 10:00 the next morning. SEARS ORDER OFFICE Phone 8131 — Blytherille 448 CO wtth tnt*r«*t ftt Un fw <wat (10%) from NOT«nb*r «, 1W1 aallt paid and llde.M with iiiterett at »l* per cent (6%) per annum from February 1. ItSl until paid uid oorii therein expended. The purchaser will b« r*qulre<t to execute bond with approved >ur«ty to secure the payment of the purchase money and a lien will be retained upon tald property u additional security lor the payment of such purchase money. WITNESS my hand and the seal of said Court thla Uth day o( March, 1952. Harvey MorrU, Commissioner In Chancery By Anita SyVes. D. C. There are approximately 41.000 persons living on the Caribbean Lstaud of Antigua. Cor Block* Troh In llgin, III. , .)— W1M« Doo»ld Eprague of nearby Aurora visits this city again, he'll watch how he parks hi* car. He parked his car on the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad tracks which cut diagonally through the downtown area. Police searchd the town for Sprague when a train was blocked, tying up automobile traffic. Sprague finally showed up at the police station and reported his car was missing. Police told him he could reclaim It by paying the charge* Incurred In towing his car away. WANT U«HT PLUFFY eiscuny THAT MELT IN VtXJR MOUTH ? 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HADACDL JAMBOREE SUNDAY - MARCH 14 » TWO BIO SHOWS 1 (3:3* PM and A:M PM) AMERICAN LEGION AUNA i— Th»iVi Only On WATNE RANT.T Danny Brawn Johnnie R«ei0r Blackle Crawford * The Western Cherokee*! Advance Sale Ticket*: l.M (iu ta- cluded) Tickets at the Door: »1.M (plus Ux| Children: .M eenta. Tickets Now: K IR B T DK170 STORES, BlTtherllle, Ark. Mmfl Order* filled. Send check mr Mrae? Order. WE ARE REDUCING MEDIUM AND LOW PRICED BEDDING TO THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE IN ORDER TO HELP REPLACE DAMAGED OR DESTROYED BEDDING. THESE PRICES GOOD FOR 10 DAYS! Good Quality, 50 Ib. Cotton Mattress Quality 60 Ib. Fell Mattress Special ! Dreamland INNERSPRING MATTRESS Round or Rolled Edge Royal Rest, Regular 89.50 INNERSPRING MATTRESS & BOX SPRINGS Made By Slumber Products Co. Both For 59 50 EXTRA SPECIAL! 12 Foot Gold Seal CONGOLEUM Per 51 HO Per Running Ft. I "W S q.Yd. HUBBARD & SON Furn. Phone 4409 Blytheville

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