The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 24, 1952 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 24, 1952
Page 9
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THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1952 WILSON NEWS Bv Mrs. 15. V. Roylcs Cnnriu.i-1 Services I Lnla Purler, in Helena. Thirty members of the Baptist' Mr, and Mr*. Paul Bu>*ev \vere. Crusaders went to the County Farm! the guests of Mr. and Mrs Henujn ' Sunday for the monthly service I Ward at a chicken dinner Wrdnes- i conducted by trie Crusaders al Ihe I day evenins at Ilieir hojne. Penal Farm. The Rev. D. B. Blcd-j Miss Marcella Rny of a'vtlipvi!!'' toe. pastor of First Baptist ,Church j is the guest, of her broiler. Donald and Johnnie Harrison of Joiner, j Ray ,and his familv. Ah-tra;! First a ministerial student at Ouachila ; Class Ralph Ray of Milli/nton. who ' College in Arkadclphla, were speak- j recently underwent singer,- at ths' ers. The Rev. Bledsoe reported a Naval Hospital, was a *fA end successful meeting with six professions and eisht rcciidications. Training Un!ons| Meet The Number One Adult Training Union entertained the Number TVo Aduli Tramine Uniou with a watermelon futtinc. Thursday n i s h t al 'be rhurch. The affair: was the '•Umax of a contest by the iwo groups wilh the loser enlei lainir.t; the \vinnei 1 . Stanley Pierce g a v e the devotional. Members attend- in? weVe Mrs. Uamar McDantel, Mr. fmci Mrs. W. D. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ray. Mr. and Mrs. Wayr"* Bu^sey, and Clarenc lin. Guc-sts included Mrs. n. B. Bledsoe. Mrs. Clarence Mrdlin and Cucst of his brothel anri family. Mrs. Jewell i ; r:<v nas returned to her home in Indianapolis, Ind., after a two weeks vi«ii wjtr. her sister, Mrs. John Enoch, mid Mr. Enoch. Mr, and Mrs. H. W. Gilbert nrH children Robert. Virkl and Je!f. were the week end EUP^IS nt hi- parenl-s Mr. and Mrs R. E. Gilbert in Tallulah. la. Joe Bearoen marip a bu.sinr^ trip to Greemvcinci. M-ss.. ta--t we"k. His wife -.and their snn, Chii), arcom- Med Periled him. ~ Dr. and Mrs. C. D Prim and children, FIIOTITP and Charley, siieiv, the week end with her parent.-. M.-. and Mr. and Mrs. c. B. Craven. Mr. Craven Is Training Union director.! Mrs - F - K - Tompicins, In MKIinglon, WMU Meets |Trnn. The Women's Missionary Union' Mif * G1<lnl1 » n <' v "' Blvrltpvil), of First Baptist Church met in eir- ! "V" cles M-ilh two holding night ses--1 ' Sliest of week. Miss. Jnyre Haj'ies sions Monday and two meeting In the afternoon on Tuesday. Kathleen Mallory Circle met Monday night at the home of Mrs. Donald Ray with' Mrs. Lamar McDan- lel, circle chairman, presiding during the short business session, Mrs. Stanley Pierce offered the opening prayer. A chapter In the hook "Stewardship Applied In Missions" was taught by Mrs. Jack Trammel. Mrs. Walton is a new member. Following the meeting the hostess served refreshments, others present were Mrs. W. D. Brown. Mrs. Joe Brlsance and Mrs. Ivan Haynes. Mrs. James Cobb was hostess to fh« Alfred Carpenter Circle Monday night at her home. The open- lug prayer was given by Mrs. Russell Nash. Mrs, D. B. Bledsoe J?ave the devotional and also the clo.%- Mr. and Mrs. R. c HnbS'>n are vacationing at Norfork Lake this week. Mrs. Curtis Mlllr-r Is a patient at the Methodist Hospital in Memphis. Mrs. Miller entered the hos- pitnl Saturday for treatment-;. A. J. Lancirum Is B patient at Campbell's Clinic In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Buford Royles, Jr., and daughter. Eleanor Su^.nnne, and Mrs. Byron Robinson of Memphis were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. -Buford. Boyles and family Saturday. The Rev. and Mrs. D. B. Bledsoe and children Benny, Jimmy, Nancy and Bobby, will leave • Wednesday for Rideecresl. N.C.. where they will attend the annual Training Union my Worxtyard stayed for a longer! visit with their mndpaicnls. John- ! ny Woodyard, »-ho has spent, ins j past two months with hi".. sranrt- paronts .accompanied his parents | home. Mr. and Mrs. Reskine Slultjes! and daughter, Phyllis, of Memphis were the week end guest.. o[ hissis- i ter. Mrs. Claude Dyes ,;mtt hi"- ! family. Mrs. Pauline Coi,:ran was the week end auesi of l,er SISST, Mrs.: Charley Corkran. inri Mr, Cork- I ran in Memphis. i Donna Lynch and Susie McAfee are visiting Donna's aunl. Mrs. Hoy! Carter, near Memphis. ! Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Lynch i were the week pun sucsts of Mr and Mrs. Dan Lynch and family: in Corninc, Therr daughter. Virginia, stayed for a lonKer visii | with her uncle and aunt. ] Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tramim of Rule-' ville. Miss,, were the week end ctiests o( Mr. anrt Mrs. Lynn Tra- ntim and their familv Thev were accompanied back to Rulcville bv iheir dailRhler. Ann Ttanum. who 1 has been vi^iliiic her the past livo \veeks and Their niece. Jeanne Tra - num. who will spenrt this week with them. Mr. and Mrs, Arnold McDanie]' and daiiuhter. .mriy. were tlie euests' of Mr. and Mis. Robert Cunnintr- ham at their home in Marion Sat-! urriay nichl,. i Mr. and Mrs. KvercM Pitlm-in; arrl Mr. nnd. Mrs Andrew Piitman' of Memphis were the cue-r^ of t,heir Assembly. Mr .and Mrs, Walter Perry of In* prayer. Others on the pro-rpm' Xf ™ phlS „*'"* th<! T" """ SW ^ were Mr.,. Harry Bnfkin and Mr" .', ° Mrp ^ dt ""- R««le Perry. Joan- Paul Bmscy. A social followed the i f.,:f cr i. accompanied inuni to meeting. Ten members attended I " l!so1 ? slt<!r s P™dmg; last week In Tuesday afternoon, Ihe Mae tholr hom f' ,, Jones Circle met at the home of Mr - Bn(i Mrs - D ' D - y * sh ancl Mrs. Harry Woodyard with Broiighton I.ovett, presiriins dnr- Ine the. short. session in the absence of the chairman, Mrs. Pauline Corkran. The devotional given by Mrs. Lovett was from the children, Ralph and K\vi.7n are in , N.C,, V'herp they arp at- brolher. J, A. Pittman, and Mrs.l Pittmnn. Monday. ! Mr. and Mrs. ,lc«s Ra|ip had' as Iheir guosis last work hr>r mo- llle.-, Mrs. Jim Siolts. and nephew. Tommy Stotts of West Memphis. Roba Dr^n Oionntre of Osceola I Is visieiiif! Mr sun Mrs- Rurk Jones! anri son [his week. I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Henderson' and son Mike were the ctiesis of i lier mother. Mrs. Joe Whilnker. all her home in Rrctor. Sunday. j Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Rarnps. I Jr., anrt Iraby are visiting nisi parents. Mr. and Mrs, Thomas H.' Bnrne.s. in Monrlte. 1 Mr. anrt Mrs^ W. H. Smilh anti j Ntr. and Mrs. Tommy Coburn were! Ihe clients of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith In Memphis, Sunday. MKs N'orma Anderson, who is at- lendins the session al Pea- bodv Col'eae in Nashville spent the «wk end with her family. Mr. and Mrs L. H. Jofferies and son Jim Dirk of Painton. Mo.. were ' the v,\eck end c-iesls of n\viaht Ander.^on and his mother Mrs. Barda i Anderson j 'J'he Hev. D, B Hledsoe was one of the five Bapnsf pastors m Mis- I -«i T Rifini Connfv who aflenrjeri ihe N^in-^nnth P^^tors mrelinc al Hotel Prnhndy in Memphis, .Julv 17. Othrr Mississippi counl.v pristors 'A'ho attended \vere the nev. r. O.) Anders o( Keiser, the Rev. Ro.v Jehiisnn ol Nodena. Ilie Rev. B. \V. L Pifrce of t.eaehville and the Rev. Fd Clnnrl of WhlHen ! Chaplain Frederick l.mvman r>[ ; (he Baplist Mnnorinl Hospilal In Memnhis will condnet. HIP Sunday servires at Firsl Baptist chureh. durina the absence of the pastor Ihe Rev. D. n. niertsne. The rendition of Gloria Bycrs., two-year-old nauchler of Mr, and: Mrs. Norval Byers «'ho suffered 1 a severe rut on her left knee FH-i day afternonn Is Improved, areorrl- ing to her mother. Gloria fell on a broken milk bottle while play-] Inc in Ihe yard al her home, Sev-1 enteen stitches were taken in her! knee. j Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hoslord allriS son. Marty, were the week end CuesU of Mr. Hoslorri's frandino-! Iher, Mrs. Mart Hosford. In Trumann. ! Dr. Kldon Palrley and his sister i Miss Vivian Fnirloy, o( Osreola left j Thursday mnrninp; for a vnr.ition; trip that will be climaxed by a seven-day lour of the New Kne-1 land stales. En route to New York ( (hey stopped In Washington n. c' j lo visit their sister, Mrs. Rulh Kls- by. Mr, and Mrs. Maiuy Upton and Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Ward were amone those from Wilson who vis-] lied A. .1. I.andmm, n patient al I Campbell's clinic In Memphis Ru;i- i day, j Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bishop and; children. Patsy and Mary, have returned from n vaeallon spent! in the Petit Jean Mountains and! with his mother. Mrs. Susan Rishop.' in Morrilion. Mr. and Mrs, James (Nilib spent the, week end with her son, l/n-en Burch. and family in Little fioek. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pmy of Port Ony, W. V.. who have rerent- ly married are spending a part of their honeymoon with his brother, Ray Perry, and family. The Perry's and suests spent Tuesday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Kilmirn and family were the cupsts of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Frazier In Hermandale MD,, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J w Melton and children of Memphis' were the cnests of Mr. and Mrs Kllbiirn, Tuesday. All-day services, wilh dinner on Ihe pround, were held al the Carson iJike Mission church. Sunday. The pastor, the Rev. Carroll Kvaiis was assisted Viy the Rev. M. n. Davis al Ihe morning, afternoon and evening services. PAGE X1NB Ancient Pottery Found KINGSl,EY, Biiclisnrl 0!', -Roman pottery datinc buck to the (irsi century was recently dut; up ne:n here by Inliorei^ lnym s the [nunrlntlnn of • Clib BARTON fnr Attorney General • lias more experience Ui;in all his niipniienls combined. • Kminrsr.l ion", ,| |, ome b)r lavvyrrs ami Judges! I'lilillol Arlrrrllslnc Tdr Ihe rsnrti- a*c> al Cllh nation. I'aM br i'.iul Jolmu»n. Mnnfirrllo. t a new house, other finds Include a I rotnry eorn-zrindinz stone, a quart' M !'' l""' n «™ stone and wve.ral so "iC ^ "" ? '""" l °° W Visiting Around Arkansas Q W&W l»i$jjJS.. v . tt ., M e I li u ds 11 c.i'j/1 c ii\ ii 'So fts r "l 7 Foil'uTtTv'ft y* MoM evory C"^l citi/.cn know« thai what holjis my npMibors, nel|>» me!" I'm irfcrrin^ (n <\ r - kansas *vor-inri-oasinjr r \ t . e Cl(l[l which is holpiujr my nival ncich. bora. vie fnrn.Prs-who tank tfnnl in the inui-i-t-nre URintr cnmliino* which nftt'nnlv narvoft and park the tnp.^rad'e Kraih, hut i\).so Fcali^r i In- rice straw in t))P W;J|;P nf ||,p (, la *'hh!p Ihi^ straw, whirl, formorlv w^ P ack^l 11 m 1 hnrnr.J, now rovi?r* DIP fields f 0 h P [ n retain the nuilch «f thr> foil. This, with the n«(> of Arhnrwas.nindp ^ynthr-tir nitn^on I", is boosting production Thp Hrpwin? Industry is nn* nvcrJonKinjf our jfonij rirft'rnnfleet either. Kvcry y«>ar hrewers buy mrn-ft thnn S-?,000,000 worth of hrower* rice a»«3 seconri-headu mnul of which could nol otherwise !»• niai'ketp-{,.,\[ore than 5,4rtO freight cars aro used Annually to haul over 67 million pounds of that nco lo the hrcwer* who provid* wholrsoinp ni^lt beverage* (nr th« tlir.trsafids of rih'zpn* who votpd ovorv)ii>lminely lo rotAin t^gal #n " "f Uio5e Iwverufces of moderation. (ending niiR.1 Training Union Miss Annie Rae 1 sccnnrl week of the An- [ «rd chapter of Isaiah. The topic j St. Louis this week of the program was "Witnessing," Mrs. Marsha)! Woodyftrd gave n talk on "Maltle's Glowing Lamp" anri Mrs. Ed WiHian-s AS her topic "Servlniz China on Formosa." Reports wrre given by Mrs- Harry Woodyard, mission chairman and Mrs. Williams, mission study chairman. Mrs. Williams offered the closing prayer. Other members present- were Mrs. Phillip J. Deer, Mrs. J. J. Coleman. Mrs. J. H. \Vhitaker, M rs. A . E . CI ark and M rs: J. E . RyaU. A Rftlad plate wns served at a .social hour following the meet- Ine. Abernathy Circle met. Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Charles Beall six members and five visitors attending. Mrs. Jack Zook Mrs. D. B. Bledsoe, ravlan.i Is In a'hcrc she Is on a business trip. Mrs. BilJie Ann Ray. lias rrfurnrd j to her former position as an em- j pJoyee o/ the Wilson Insurance; Agency. Mrs. Ray has bflen em- I ployed in Jonesboro for the past i nine months, where her husband. ' Carroll Ray, has been attendinn j Arkansas Stat* College. Hardin Shipmnn of Tupe]n, Mi^s., i ]* spending this week with his sis- j ter-ln-law. \lrs. Anos Shioman. and I family. Other guests of Mrs. Shipman Sunday were her s'.-tev, Mrs. Lacy Kendricks. and hrr brother. Oscar Jones, both of Oscesla Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Davis and daughters and her parenl-s, Mr. and j Mrs. Sam Noblin of Detroit, Mich., who are visiting in theii* hnnie. spend this week in Jonesboro, Hot- one of the visitors, save the open- ; s > { flnd Walmit • Ing prayer. The devotional "She *;,.. *.„,, „„. r _,, Ha» Done ^"Tiat She Could "was ] given by Mrs. Glen Wheeler. The scripture Teas from Mark Hth chapter. Mrs. Jim McCullar closed the meeting with a prayer. Visitors were | Mr. and Mrs. Jack Trammel find daughter, Jackie, were Ihu week end i guests of his brother Howard Tram- j met and family in Memphis I Mr. nnd Mrs. Marshall Wondyard Mr Mrs. John Stout, in Mr«. Ralph Robinson. Mrs, " Clyde i ^" l ,Vl C ?**\™ A ^1'- l\ rr . par " ChLsm and dniicrhter, Carolyn, and ' "" Mrs. Albert Greenwell, WMU president. Trendway has returaert to his home in New Albany, Miss., after spendlnp last week with his cousins, Barbara and David Dye. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Porter and children Linda and Fred James spent ths weekend with his mother, Mrs. Ridgftland, Miss. Patricia ami Jim- ' For Athlete'* Foot o Keratolytic Is a Must. What It a fcpratnljHc? An aj:fnl tha> rte^dfns the Infertert skin. It thrn ppel?: arlinn. Gel T-l-I,, « krratolylk. a| an-f rtriip stf>r^. ir nnl pleased IN oNF. MOL'R. your Iflc kirk. Tortxy at Kfrhr Urns, T>rur. 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