The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 11, 1952 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 11, 1952
Page 2
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PAG* TWO BLTTHEVTLLg (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Committees Named 'Mr*. Hudson Wren, president of the Wilson Parent-Teacher Assoct- ttion has announced the appointment of members of the various committees who w!H assist her in the planned work for the year. Unlike 1n the past, fathers have been named to serve on .some of the commltees along with the mothers and teachers. by Mrs, Wren follows: hospitnllty— Mrs. Bentley Rhodes, chair man, Mrs. Roy L. Stobuugh, Mrs. Charles Beall, Mrs. Jim Germany, Mrs, T. J. McAfee, Mrs. W, H. Jacobs, Mrs. H, A. Nicholson; Publication—Mrs. Elstncr D, Beall, chairman, Mrs. Mnury Upton, Mrs. Jack Zook, Mrs. Arnold Mc- Danfel. Mrs. H. P. Cnsh, Jr., Mrs. Ellis Clark; program—Mrs. Bridge Huh Meets Mrs. S. A. Rogcnokl of Colurn bits. Miss,, was a guest when Mrs. Wallace Thompson entertained her Thursday Night Bridge Club last week nt her home, The hostess used zinnias and larkspur as a centerpiece for the card tallies and served Ft salad plate in Hie dining room, proceeding the evening of bridge. The complete list as announced winners at the bridge game were MKs Annie Rae Rowland, hiph, Mrs. C. D, Price, second and Mrs. RegenoM, bridgo. Ffllmiship Group Meets The Mefhorflst Men's Fellowship met at the church. Thursday niRht for a barbecue. John Bowen and I. A. Simnis were in charge of the program that included the showing a film nn (he automotive Imlmtry. '• | Co-hosts wore Wallace Thomp- Rankfn chairman, Mrs c. II. nu- S0|li Robort Griffin, Owen Sadler chanan, Mrs. Charles ILeftwIch, the Rev. D. B. Bledsoe, J. D. Roberts: Publicity—Mrs. Hroughton Lovctt, chairman, Mrs. Buford Boyles, Miss Mildred Hood, Ellis Clark; Registration—Mrs. Ed Williams; Finance — Mrs. Maurice Lynch, chairman, Mrs. Jerry Ctillom, Claude Lynch, Mrs. John Stout; Study Course—Mrs. Glen Wheeler; Membership — Mrs. C. r>. Price, chairman, Mrs. Albert L. Grepn- well; Summer round-up—Mrs. Gilbert Wiley, chairman, Mrs. Gerald Whiteslde; . Library — Miss Mavis Rodman; cafeteria, Mrs. Davie Parker; health, Mrs. Lynn Tranum, chairman, MM. D. D. Cash; entertainment, Miss Merle Jane Mackey, chairman, Mrs. Raymond Cotnor, Bruce FrlzzeJl, Mrs, R, A, Pratt, Mrs. Alma Harnden. MYF News young people of the Methodist Youth Fellowship were present at the nub-district MYF meeting held Monday night at the Methodist Church In Wilson. The meeting was opened with prayer followed by group singing. Mrs. R. A. Pratt accompanied at th« piano. Bob Jackson of Blytheville. president, presided during the business aesslon, included on the program were talks by the president on his trip to Mt. Sequoia, near FnycttcviUe, thl§ summer and by Calvin Czcchlti. •l5o of BlythevJlle, on hou- to plan * program. A Quaker Service by candle light In the Sanctuary climaxed the meeting. Soft organ music was furnished by Mrs. Pratt during (he aervlce. Jo Altc« McGuIre of Yarbro was hi charge of the games played during the recreation period. Those attending included representatives from churches in the communities of Yarbro, Joiner, Dell, Promised Land, Luxora, Whittcn] Dyess, Osceola and Wilson. Refreshments were, served by the local MYF wjth' the- leaders, Mr. •nd Mrs. Dewey Stotts, assisted by Mr*. Alrnn Harnden and Elstner D Beall. and Jerry CuHoni. WMU Meela The Baptist Womens Missionary Union met Monday nli?ht at the church for the Royal Service pro- charRc. Mrs. D. B. Bledsoe offered the opening prayer with Mrs. Curtis MHIcr iiiul Mis. W, D.'nrown giving the devotional. Others participating on the program. "Japan's Puzzled People" were Mrs. D, D. Cnsli. Mrs. Jim McCnllar, Mrs. G. 13, Craven. Mrs. Ike Alexander. Mrs. J. D. nan- kin. Mrs. Jack Zook. Mrs. Glen Wheeler. Mis. Pauline Coikran nnd Mrs. Broughton LovcLt. Mrs, Lov- ctt read a letter of thanks from Mrs. Ruben Premiss, who Is a patient at, the liootieville Sanatorium. Each circle send.? a gift to Mrs. each month. Mrs. Prcntiss has bcrn a patient at Dooncvillo the past three months. Mrs, Paul Dusscy offered the closing prayer. Class Metis The home- of Mrs. Robert K. Nelson was the setting for the Phila- then Sunday School Class party, Thursday night. Co-host esses were Mrs. D, D. Cash and Mrs. Raymond Cotner. Entertains Friends . .Sue Alexander entertained aev- erfl) of her friends with a wleiicr- mFirshmcllow roast at her home Friday niRht. Thofie present were Jo Lee Williams. Shirley Wtlllnmn. Glcnda Wheeler. Elnlno Clnrk, Virgin Ja Bourlnnrl, Ernest Jenn Me- Nabb, Barbara nnd Linda Putt. Mrs. A. M. Sinclair of HiiRhf.s was the week end of her son, Jack Zook, and family. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Reginold o? Columbus, Miss., were the guests of their daughter, Mrs, Jerry Cultom, Husbands! Wives! Want new Pep and Vim? hiiistiM *,tttr lnx:»'i,'.e tjwlr lie is Iron >'or' new vim. nUbUty. uy Otiitu Tonic T«l;tm BupnllM iltvw* TlUciln'iii. T/Lal •licfyal* llulp. Or BAV/1 MOSKV— retinnilAT tl.mn1i«t only D*f. Yrx IHIJ At all drur itorei everywhere— In niythcvlllc, »L KIthj A- Wnnris Drujf. and (amily la.?t week. Reggie Cul- Lom acconipanled them home after spending the summer with Ms grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Thompson spent the week end with Mr, and Mrs. Rd Williams nl Ihclr home In niylhevllle. Mr, and Mrs. Thomas Burnes nnd baby nnd Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Slotts visited Mr. Bnrnos 1 and Mr. Stotts' pnienls In Moncttc Sunday. Woet-end (jueAts of Dr. and Mrs. J. K. Hampson at their home at Nodena were Mr. and Mrs. GTOI'BC Ralliff and children of riarksdalc. Miss:. Donald Willis and Edfc'ar Mc- llenry of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Peterson have returned to' their home In Uklah. Calif., after a visit of a week with her mother Mrs. Cieorue Wislon and .sister Miss Lillian Wilson. Sarah Elltlus and Jim Deer have resumed their studies at Hentirlx ColtcRc in Conway. They were accompanied to Conway Monday by Charles Elklns. Miss Elkln's father. Students resuming their studies at Arkansas state at Jonr-sboto, this week included Billy Zonk nnd Helen Harnden. Wilson Hlsh School Rraduatcs who entered Arkansas .Slate for their freshmen year were Frank Kejl and Jimmy Mnncy. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Slreeter of Virksburs. Miss,, Mere IVic week end miests of Mr. and Mre. Maurice Lyn?h nn.i their family. Mr. Hudson Wren, Mrs. Ed Williams nnd Mrs. Glrn Wheeler attended the Parent-Teachers Association school of Information In n'"tri»"illo. Frlrlay. Mrs. D. B. Bledsoe and children spent a few days last, week with her mother. Mrs. W, E. Harper, in El Dorado. Marvin Reynolds of Pine nlnff, former pastor ot the Baptist Mission Church, .here, visited frlcmls id Wil.son Friday. Mr. Reynolds wns ordained at the Church In Lake City. Sunday. The Rev. D. I!. BleUsoe. pastor of Wilson First Ilnptlst Church conducted the ordination .service. Friends from Wilson who attended Included Mr. and Mrs. Ed WlUiarns and daughter Jo Lee, James Conn. Curtis Miller, j Charles Standefer. Mrs. Pauline Corkran. Mrs. Lcvl Cisscll and Miss Nanette Webb, | Miss Joan Helen Hill of Memphis | visited friends in Wilson Monday, j She was accompanied by Miss Carolyn Fizcr of Memphis. Jimmy Durham, who Is a grad- uate of Sewanee Military Academy, has entered Arkansas State College' Ue is a former student at Wilson High School. Carolyn Lynch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Lynch, has entered Blue Mountain College at Blue Mountain, Miss., for her freshman year. Marshall Woodyard. Phelan Cash, Buck Jones, Jerry Hays and Warren Kilburn were among those from Wilson who attended the New Orleans vs. Memphis baseball game in Memphis Monday night. Mrs, Marvin Hawk of Portsmouth, Va.. was (he guest ot her mother, Mrs. Ruby Stephens .and her family )nst week, Mrs. Hawk will visit her husband's parents,. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hawk. In Memphis he- forc returning to her home. Cat Statue Unveiled In Denver Ceremonies DENVER w>i _ Now there's a statue to the world's largest cat. The cat, named Feathers, weighed 40 pounds when he won the world title some years ago. Now he's an old cat whose aee in human terms would lie SO, The cat Is owned by Mr. and Mrs. James George. The statue was recently unveiled In public ceremonies at a pet shop. tVAAM.Vfl ORDER In the Chancery Oolirl, Chlcka- sautiii District, Mississippi County. Arkansas. Mrs. Bernicc Jones, Ptf. vs. No. 12.H6 Robert Lee Jones. Dft. The defendant. Robert Lee Jones, Is hereby warned to appear within thirty clays in the court named in the capiton hereof and answer the compliant of the. pLalmiff, Mrs Dcrnlc-c Jones. Dated this 20lh day of August 1952. Harvey Morris, Clerk By Laverne Ball, D.C. Ed B. Cook, attorney for ptf. Claude F. Cooper, attorney ad lit- em, 821-28-0,4-11 FOR ATHLETE'S FOOT USE A KERATOLYTIC BECAUSE— It SLOUGHS OFF the tainted out skin to expnse hurled fun/;l and kil It on cnnlacl. Cet this STllONC; krr lolytlc funKirlrip, T-I-L, al any 'Ir- si ore. If not pleas*!:*] IN ONE (lOir your 40c back. Now at Klrby Bro Drujf. When it tains it pints IMORTON \SAtT / Plain or Iodized jt^^feAjrt^VlSrtw *&%$&*&*& ^•— <gg$s*«™- ^ £^ ACROBAT SHOES are your best buy for busy feet! Good looking styles, sturdily biiill and practically priced . . . Acrolwts give you full money's worth in wear. See our new selection . . . pretty bows and dress-ups; handsome oxfords, moccasins and brogues; and popular Westerns for both boys and girls. Acrobats sre designed for comfort, good care, correct training for growing feet, tot through pre-teens. We specialize in careful fitting, Oi\LY ACROBAT HAS THE ACROBAT BONDED SOLE. Guaranteed for ihree months' wear or a new pair of shoes FRF.JJ, Ask about these extra siuriiy shoes for both hoye and girlsl cto tat SHOES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS KELLEY'S "Your Friendly Shoe Store" THURSDAY, SEPT. 11, * 4 * STAR * STORES FOUR OF YOUR HOME-OWNED GROCERY STORES PICNIC HAMS Keeifoot, Lean, Smoked Hams LB. VELVEETA Kraft's Famous Cheese Food 2 LBS. Eberdt's GATEWAY STORE 2101 Rose Street Cecil Lowe's GRO. & MKT. 532 No. 6fh Street * Luttrell's GRO. & MKT. fith & Chickasawba Pickard's GRO. & MKT. 1M4 Chickasawba POTTED MEAT Baxter Brand — For Economical Sandwiches CAN Save at your home-owned stores J- Fresh, Firm PURE LARD lobby's or Broadcast ,. VIENNA SABSACfe 4 Armour's Banner LEAN SLICED BACON 49(i Save on This Week.-End Special! LEAN CUBED BEEF 890 LaChav Cliinese MIXED VEGETABLES Only 380 Try Different LaChov CHINESE NOODLES ,180 Hunt's Famous TOMATO SAUCE 3 For 250 Sunshine KRISPY CRACKERS „ ^ 250 Kraft's Miracle 490 SANDWICH SPREAD , SWk Up Now and Save! B&SH'S HOM3NY 320 3 No. 2 Cans Try Bagwell's APPLE-GRAPE JELLY . ..J.? 370 •l-Dozen She, Fancy ICEBERG LETTUCE 2 HMds 290 No. 1 Fancy COOKING APPLES lb 12i0 Libby's FROZEN SPINACH £-190 Tennessee Fresh-Frozen STRAWBERRIES "pV 250 Jusf Squirt on This Ready-Made Topping REDDIWHIP ;« 8 « -550 * 4* STAR* STORES* FOUR OF YOUR HOME-OWNED GROCERY STORES P'APPLEJUIC Del Monte's Delightful Pineapple Juice 46 OZ. CAN FLOUR Pure-As-Snow y Plain or Selfrising 10 LBS. Eberdt's GATEWAY STORE 2101 Hose Street * Cecil Lowe's GRO. & MKT. 532 No. Rlh. Street 6 * Luttrell's GRO. & MKT. fith. & Chickasawba Pickard's GRO. & MKT. 10-1.1 Chickasawba

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