The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 18, 1950 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 18, 1950
Page 6
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1950 BTATHEVILLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS WILSON NEWS By Mrs. a F. Boyka The Wilson Parent-Teachers As-» toclatlon met Oils afternoon at 3 o'clock In the high school auditorium. A benefit bridge and cnnasta Parly, sponsored by the Wilson Cooperative club will be held tonight at the Wilson club House. The proceeds will go to the Basse'tt Cemetery Fund, the club's project. Dr. and Mrs. N. B. Ellis, Sr., • Dr. Eldon Pairley and Miss Lillian Wilson attended the medical banquet held at Hotel Noble in Blj'the- villc last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. R E.. Wiley of Luf- Kin, Texas, visited his brother, Gilbert Wiley, and family and her sister, Mrs. B\iford Doyles, and family a few days last week. Romley Enoch of Memphis was a weekend guest. in the home of his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. John H. Enoch. Wilson fans who attended the Wilson-Trumann football game in •rrumnnn Friday night Included Mr. und Mrs. Lamar McDaniel, Mr. and Mrs. Alec coble, Mr. and Mrs Wayne Busscy. J. c. Bussey, Mr. and Sirs. H. p. Cash, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Parker Bo wen, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cullom, Oscar Wilson, Buford Boyles Jr.. Mr. anrt Mrs. Buford Eoyles Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Everett Ryals. Mr. and Mrs. c. T. Lynch and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Miller. S. A. Reginold, Mrs. carl Bird, Mr. and Mrs. Benton Garrett. George Brewer, j. \r. Robertson, T. A. Grubus, Maurice Lynch. Misses Vir- Sie Rogers, Mildred Hood. Elizabeth Head, and Mavis Rodman Mr. and Mrs. Elstner Beat and sons, John and Tommy, were the weekend guests 01 her parents Mr and Mrs. P. B. Cooley, in Blytheville. Members of the Wilson Chanter Order of the Eastern Star who attended the reception honoring Mrs. Ruth Slayton. given by the Blytheville Chapter Monday night in Rly- theville, included Winnie Luo Wiley, Alenc Perry [Catherine Upton, Frances Craven, Pauline Corkran, Mai-ion Clark, and Tommy Cash. Mrs. Slayton is associate grand matron of Arkansas and is a member of the Wilson Chapter. Comino Events Social Calendar Thursday Mrs. F.'E. Scott, Mis. J. 0. Drote and Mrs. Winford Wyatt hostesses for A social for the Pathfinders Sunday School of the First Methodist Church at the Church at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. O. W. McCutchen hostess to Thursday Contract Club. i Elliott Fletcher Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy having luncheon meeting at Rararback, 12:30 pjn. Mrs. Aubrey Conway hostess to Mid-Week Club. Mrs. Mac Williams, Jr., entertaining Kibitzer Club. Mrs. Harold Wright entertains Avalon Bunco Club. C. & N. Birthday Club meeting with Mrs. M. A. Middletoii, 1:30 P.'n, , Friday Mr. and Mrs. R.A. copelnml host] and hostess to the Past Matrons and Patrons Club for a pollucfc supper at their home at 7 p.m. Chapter "N" of PEO Sisterhood meets for 1 p.m. luncheon meeting at the Lloyd Stlckmon home. Mrs. Murray Smart and Mrs. Stickmon co-hostesses. Ldaies Bible Class of First Methodist Church meetm" at church. 2:30 p.m., with the following hostesses: Mrs. w. A. Stickmon, Mrs. J. W. Adams Sr., Mrs. Emma Burney and Mrs. Jennie Craig. Two 1^ a vy Vessels Sunk Near Korea WASHINGTON. Oct. 18. (IP)— Two; more Navy vessels, the minesweeper Pirate and pledge, have been sunk by mines in Korean waters. Announcing this yesterday, the . . Air Conditioned ". .By Refrigeration N E W "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. Ph. 58 Wednesday & Thursday Luxuries Spoil Children Of Troops in Japan SIDNEY (AP)—Luxury Jiving ii, Japan is spoiling wives and children of allied soldiers there, says Mr. H. Porter, a school teacher. Porter, an Australian, taught the children of BCOP families for a year at. Iwakuni. He said in an interview on his return here: "Classroom reactions of the children reflected the luxury of their life in Japan. Even the smallest of children talked of 'my housemaid.' "And in the classroom, they did not seem to be able to apply themselves as well as the Japanese children. "The Japanese children seemed to have a fanatical zeni to learn us much as they could." rr Dakota Lil with Rod Cameron rr Love's Labor Lost KUALA LTJMPUn, Malaya (AP) —A laborer who hull 15 teeth knocked out in an accident told labor officers he was more worried about his chances of marriage than about being unable to chew. The Labor Department reported it was helping the man to claim workmen's compensation from his employer, but it was nt a 'loss to find in the legislation a section to cover the peculiar grounds advanced by the iuborer. There are more than 90 fresh water lakes within a 50-mile radius of Spokane, Wash. Navy placed the toll at one dead. 12 missing and 79 Injured. That brought total announced casualties due to mine explosions to 12 dead, 36 missing and 96 injured. The Nnvy said the Pirate and the Pledge were sunk Oct. 12 off Wonsan, North Korean port recently captured by South Korean forces. SHOW STARTS 7:00 P.M. LAST TIMES TODAY DOUBLE FEATURE no cmitox • AMIM ICOTK Mux • rcsntsr TUCKE* A »EPUHIC TTOCiUK PRODUCTION .TT Bfu««CABOI ' 'Roland YOUNG MIscha AUER Aixly DEVINE Cartoon & Short NOTICE: We do no! haye intermissions at our theater exc«pl on Saturdays. The show goes straight through without interruption. THURSDAY & FRIDAY Double Feature Program Radiomen Of North Hare Varied Jobs YELLOWKNIFE, N.W.T. ~</DI This is the country where radio 1 men deliver babies by remote control, »nd bears may be shot. Irom the window of the transmitter station. At the big &0.000 watt station of I - . . , . _— ! Czechs Now Produce Fast Racing Autos PRAGUE (AP)—Czechoslovakia, short of foreign racing automobiles' for her expert drivers, has started making her own. The 60-year-old Tatra works In Koprlvnlce, Northern Moravia, now government owned, has Just turned out the first Tatraplan racer, a sleek Job with a special tight-cylinder air-cooled engine in the rear. The car Is reported to have reached more than 160 kilometers (100 miles) an hour in trials. Fans have remarked that It will have to do much better If it is to stand a chance against foreign makes. OSCKOLA GRIDIRON QUEEN—Wanda Wood will be crowned 1950 Osceola football queen Friday night in ceremonies at Hate Field in Osceola. Queen Wanda will be crowned in prc-game festivities. Kick-off time is 8 p.m. lor the Osceola-Huehes. Ark., football game. Attendants will be, Martha Jean Hill, Mary Lou Kesler, Patsy Miller, Nancy Gail Dunn, Joann Gray, Mary Alice Golden, Betty Spiers, Joyce Cannon. Patsy Robbins, and Charolette Peterson. friugs B/ow Their Top AQUADELI,, Sask. (AP) — Safecrackers tried to get »2,400 from a safe in the Saskatchewan Pool elevators' office here. Bill .they blew their chances sky high with an overdose of nitroglycerine. The safe's top went through the office ceiling and kept on going through the roof. The $2,400 was destroyed In the blast. the Canadian Army Signal Corps at Ycllowknlfe, key station in the army's northern network, they hardly bother mentioning happenings such HS these. It's old stuff tor northern radio men. The radio network is called upon to turn its skilled hands to everything from delivering messages to delivering babies. Among its important tasks Is a daily report on weather conditions In the Mackenzie river valley, the "cradle" of North American weather. This report Is relayed to Washington, D.C.. where it Is a key factor In making up con- tinental forecasts. Radio reception In the north country Is exceptional, the Army men report. On one occasion they had a complaint from Philadelphia because a small set used here was RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Wednesday & Thursday 'The Hidden City' with Bombs the Jungle Hoy Also Ncw> & Shorts interfering with Phlladelphli police radio. 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