The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 3, 1952 · Page 7
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WXDKMDAY, 9KPT- 8, MM '(AOTC-T COURIER WILSON NEWS By Mr*. B. F. Boyle* MA GrMp to Meet The Mluiitlppl County Parent- T«iCher» Association School of Information will be held Friday when the Council meet* at the Methodist Church in BlytheviUe. Mrs. Ed Williams of Wilson li president and will preside during sessions. Highlighting the afternoon session will be a talk on parent education by Mr«. E. A. Stuck of Jonesboro, state chairman of ptyent education. Bridge Club Meet* Three guest* played bridge with members of the Delta Coterie Club •Thursday afternoon when Mrs Robert H. Nelson entertained at the beautiful country home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mprgan. Bouquets of mixed summer flowers were used in decorations throughout the home. Guests were Mrs. D. V. Cole o( Webster Grove, Mo., Mrs. Fred Jacobs Jr.. of Osceola and Mrs. Arch Catchtngs Jr., of Joiner. In bridge games during the afternoon. Mrs. Charles Beall won roses, periwinkle and tub* roses. Lighted candles in Italian csndle stick* Hanked the centerpiece on two Bides. The honore* was presented a corsage of tube rocee and received many other gifts, Receiving guests with the honoree were Mrs, Ralph Robinson, Mis* Lillian Wilson, Mrs. Harry Bufkln, Mrs. D. D. Cash, Mrs. Dora Merrill, Mrs J. K. Neely and Mts« Lewell McAfee. Musical selection were furnished throughout the evening by Mrs. Curtis Miller nt the patno. Personals Mr. ~and Mrs. Maury Upton and daughter Vickie attended the reunion of the family of Mr. Upton's 84-year old erancimother, Mrs. B B.^Gooch. at* her home In Halls Tenn., last Tuesday night. Approximately 30 members of her family were present at the barbecue given In her honor. Htr daughter and granddaughter were unable to attend. Mr. Upton's uncle, A. C. Gooch, accompanid them home, Wednesday,* for a few days visit. daughter, Eleanor Bute nn«, of Memphis were the guest* of Mr. and Mr*. BuJord Boyle* and ton, Tommy. Uwt week- Miss Mary Melocy spent two days last week with Mr. and M». Edgar McHenry In Memphis. Bob Echols and sons Johnny Clay Ark., and Bobby of Moniicello, were the guests of Dr, and Catchings received j Other guests in the Upton's home high and Mr. second Mah. Honored at Party Miss Nor ma Anderson -was honored when she was entertained with a surprise going-away party, Wednesday evening, following prayer service at the Baptist Church. Miss Anderson, who Has been organist arid Sunday School teacher a number of years, was presented a piece of luggage as a gift. Mrs. D. h B. BIcdsoe made the presentation. ''Miss Anderson has accepted the position as Jlrst grade teacher Brentwood School in St. Louis. Brotherhood Meets at last week were her brother Affie O. Bra zeal, Mrs. Brazeal and their daughter Carole of Flint, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Porter and children spent two days, the first of last week, with her mother, Mrs. J. J. Fryer, in Brinkley. Mrs. Amon Bowie and children. Reginia and Billy, of Marks, • Miss., Mrs, Gene Brigance and sons, Dub and Wallace, of Sunflower, Miss., and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Keltner of ASken. S. C.. were the guests of Mr, a^id Mm, Glen Wheeler and other relatives in Wilson last week, Friday, Mrs. Wheeler and daughter Mrs. J. K. Hampson at their home at Nextent last week. Jimmy Dirr- tiam, grandson of Dr. nnd Mrs. Hampson, returned last week from New Orleans, where he has been visiting his uncle and aunt, Mr, imd Mrs. Grady Durham and their family. He was accompanied home by his cousin Kent "Durham, Mr, and Mrs. Durham and daughter June, who were week end guests of the Hampsons, accompanied their son, Ken, home, Monday. Miss Mary Melody left Tuesday for Little Rock where she will enter Little Rock Junior College. She will be a freshman. Mrs. Celeste Sharp will arrive Wednesday from Winston Salem. N.C., for fi two weeks visit with her daughter Mrs. J. D, nankin and family. Mrs. Sharp who lives In Las Vegas, Nev.. has been visiting another daughter in Winston Salem. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Melz of St. Louis wore the guests of his neice Mrs. H. W. Gilbert and her-family Sunday. Wives of members of the Baptist j Glenda and Mrs. KeHner visited Brotherhood were guests u~hen the Brotherhood entertained with a barbecue at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Zook Thursday night. Honored at Tea Mrs. Bob Forrester, the former Mis* Patsy Greemvell of Wilson, was honored when friends enter- tamed with a tea-miscellaneous shower Friday evening at the Wilson Club House. Approximately r>0 guests were present. Baskets and bowls of pastel-shad- . ed summer blooms were placed at intervals about the entertaining room. The tea-table, from which refreshments were served, WM covered with a pink cloth and draped their sister, Mrs. Leslie Nichols, in West Memphis. Mr, and Mrs. Jim Germany and daughter, Patty, spent the week end in St. Louis. A number of Wilson baseball fan: R. R. MacPherson and Ronald Willis of Memphis were the over night guests of Dr. and Mrs. J K. Hampson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, L. E. Sullivan and children of Trumann were the guests of Mr. and Mrs, Clyde Chism last week. Other guests were Mr. ChisnVs mother, Mrs. Lonie Chism, and Mrs. Roger Williams of Bloomsdale. Mo. Miss Norm a Anderson left Saturday for St, Louis to assume her duties as teacher in the Brentwood School. Her mother, Mrs, Barda Anderson, and her brother, D wight Anderson, accompanied j end gtiwtfl e< Mr. Mid MM, Jftck Smith and family. | Mr, and Mrs. Leonard AI her too n . of Kennett, Mo.? were the weett endi guests of Mr. and Mn. Howard' Looney. Buddy AlberUon, who ha» been visiting In the Smith home. accompanied his parents home. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Forrester announce the.birth of a son Aug. 31 at Baptist Hosptial in Memphis. The baby was named Bobby Joe. Mrs. Forrester is the former Miss Patsy Greenwell of Wilson. Mrs. Carson Williams and Mr*. Ersktne ' Shettlex and daughter, Phyllis, of Memphis were the guests of llieir sister, Mrs. Claude Dye, and family last week, Mr, and Mrs. Dye find children were the week end guests of her mother In New Albany, Miss, Mr. and Mrs. Earl McCollum of West Memphis visited lrtend& here Sunday. . | Mr. and Mrs. Ed Williams and daughter, Jo Lee, spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Iva Nea), and her family in Weona. Among those from Memphis who were In Memphis last week were j Mrs. Jim Germany, Mrs. Rroughton j Exivett, Miss Norms Anderson and i Mrs, Krt Williams and daughter, Jo j Lee. Mrs, Lnvett, Mrs, Williams and daughter were shoppers In Jones- i boro, Tuesday of this week. [ Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Conner i and children. Cheran Elizabeth and; Tommy, of Monet te are the'guests i of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bu-j ford Boylcs, and son, Tommy. 406 W. Main Phone 4591 her. They visit friends in l Pa in ton, Mo. They are Mr, and Mrs. Ii, E. Jeffries and Mrs. Albert FaitHon, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beall and _ j Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Stotaaugh were In Memphis Wednesday night 3^^^ East* vs^Wcs? foo° where they attended the Nashville bal , gftmc Rt Crump Stft(Uum ln School for Statesmen Planned in Hew Delhi NEW DELHI r/Pi—A versatile pro- i fessor plans to start a school for statesmen in Delhi. In a circular issued to members of Parliament, he has promised to /'fit you to high positions of profit and power," and, to begin with, "to make you a, first-class public speaker." He has also promised members with ready-made speeches on any subject "so you may quickly make vour mark In Parliament." here they Memphis game. Among them were Claude Lynch, Jim Germany, Jerry Hays, Jack Zook, Gene Burns, H. P. Cash Jr., Buck Jones ^nd John Bo wen. J. J. Perry and J. J. Burns of Osceola attended the Little Rock vs. Memphis baseball game in Memphis, Sunday. Mrs. R. E. Wiley has returned to her home in Lufkin, Texas, after a Memphis Friday night. Week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. S, A. Edringion Sr., were Mr. and Mrs. Louie Haynes, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Edrington and children of Michigan City, Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. Otis Warhurst, Jr., of Aurora, 111. Mr. and Mrs. John-House of Portageville. Mo., spent the week, end with Mr. and Mrs. John Vaughn BACK TO SCHOOL EVENT 9:00 to 5:30 0 1.39 with » cloth of lace. Forming the | tvo weeks visit with relatives here j Bn d other relatives in Wilson. i centerpiece was n huge white and j and jn Osceola. i Mr. and Mrs. Dan Smith and' pink flowered bowl filled with pink Mr's. Buford- Boyles, Jr., and ' dau?hter of Newport were the week r GO 1.29 SANFORIZED PLAID SHIRTS Woven patt«rai I • O f Printed patt*rn§ I. L f E Cotton flannels in thoi« bright bold patterns boys want, long sleeves, convertible collars. 2 to 6X; UU Vorie'd colorful pfaids printed" on soft cotton flan* net. Sarne iryle features as fhoie above. 2 to 6X* GIRLS' DENIM DUNGAREES 1.98 COTTON THEMES FOR SCHOOL Sizes 7-14 Z..7O , Sliti,-3-6X 1.70 (A) Tiny check*, big ptaicU, smart solid colors inwaiiv fast coTtoni. All at Wards, ready for schoolgirl*, (e) Criip end colorful solids-plus-plalds team up * lltll* girls' fall lub-cottoni. Many oth«rs, too. Outdoor girl' approvo these stand-bys for oftcr-school and leisure- wear. Sanforized blu« denim won't shrink more then 1%. Popular yoko- back style with shiny copper rivets, two swing pockets, one back pock- el. Sizes from 7-14. GIRLS' 1-6X JEANS, Sanforized denim. 1.49 JR. BOYS' •CORDUROYS 3.79 Thickset qualify — flrrt choice for school and playtime became they are soft, yet tough and long wearing, thickly piled for extra warmth and service. Stoutly tailored Tn every stitch to withstand hard, daily wear.Zipper fly. Medijm brown, green, gray, blue. Sizes from 4 to 10. 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RUN-RESIST PANTIES 33 C Tailored brief in Spun- lo Vnit raven- H°ilii ol woisl, comfortable doo- ble crolch. 2 to U. IACE-TRIW styles..-W«

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