The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 31, 1952 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 31, 1952
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PAGE TWO BI/TTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COUKTER HEWS News of Men In the Service Troy W. Langston, fireman apprentice, USN, son of Mr. nnd Mrs, Troy O. Langston of Rt. 3, Osceola. Is currently serving aboard the high-speed destroyer USS Gurke in the Far East. of Blythcvllle. Cadet Billy W. McFarlanrt of Blythoville, a Reserve Officers Training Corps student at (he University ot Arkansas, is attending the Infantry HOTC Camp nt Ft. Hcimlng, Ga, He Is (he son of Mr, and Mrs. Cary L. McFarland, 517 North 10th. Lt. John O. Coppedge, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. W, Coppedge of Blythcville, recently was promoted to that rank while serving aboard the submarine USS Diodon as torpedo and gunnery officer. Charles D. Christian, son of Mr. and Mrs. Buster Christian of Hor- nersvil!e. Mo., has been promoted to corporal while serving with the X Corps in Korea. He Is nUachpd to Battery A of the 96th Field Artillery Battalion. Two South Mississippi N'aval Re- Eerve Officers TraininR Corps midshipmen are on summer (mining cruises with the Atlantic Fleet. They are George W. McClendin, Fon of Mr. and Mrs. Gcorpe A. McClendon of Lnxora, who is aboard the d estroyer US S ,1. W, W eeks, and James R. Wright, son of Mr. and Mrs, Ira Wright of Osccola, who is aboard the minelayer USS Shfa. Sgt. Wendall S. Evans, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Evans of Haytl, Mo.j is currenUy attached to the 51st Anti-Alrcrnft Artillery Brigade In the Chicago-Detroit area. BACK IN U.S.-Yeoman Sea- innn David Douglus, son of Mrs. E. H. Dmiglas of Wilson, will report to Snn Diego AMR. 8 to b(!-<in 10 weuk.s of yeoman traininG- He recently R'lunu-d to On? U.S. aboard the USS MomnRue after 10 months duty in Chinese, Japanese and Korean waters and l.s visiting his family on a 15-day Three Mississippi County men are now serving as members of the 52nd Anti-Aircraft Artillery Brigade at Fort Wadsworth, N. Y. They are Pfc. Cecil J. Woolnrd, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Woolard of Manila; Pvt. Emmlt B. Shepard, *on of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Shepard of Joiner; and Pfc. Jack W. King WILSON NEWS By Mrs. B. F. Boyle* Bridge Club MceU Mrs. F. L. Watt of Little Rock and Mrt,. Wallace Jacobs were guests when Mr.s. C., r>. Price entertained her Thursday Night Bridge Club at her home. Winning top scoring honors was Mr.s. Garland Trammel, who won tlrsl, and Mrs. Jncobs with second. Mrs. Joe Brown Owyn received the hrklgo prize, Octrfl* Club Meets John Rowen nnd Mr.s. Owen Sadler were high scorers, when Mr. and Mrs. John FJowcn entertained their Octette nridKe Club, Wednesday evening at their home. Home on l/;ave The family of Mrs. E. H. Douglas gathered at the home of her daughter, Mr.s. Larry Bishop, here. •Saturday nifiht, In honor of her son, Yeoman Seaman David OouRlas, who is home for n 15-day visit. Thosf p re.scn t best r! r s his mot her nnd sister and her family were his brothers. Clifford Doiuglps of Ind- oln, Mi?s,, Mr. and Mrs. W. n. Oorrlns nnd son, jimmy, and (he RPV. rn»d Mrs, W. L. Domilas and K FVI1 Jr., nil of Jonesboro. and Uo'i Dar'r'as. Omar Oreen of Washington D. C,, who Is vlFliinK his pnrcnts, Mr. and Mrs, Bob Greon, of Ketsor. and Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Ellis and children, David and Mary Ann, of Victoria, were also present. The Hold Hf.ich Parly sand bar on Inland 35, THURSDAY, JTJLY 91, iMf where they are attending»a three day coaching school. The school IK under the supervision o! the Arkansas Athletic Association. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Graves and family spent the week end with his brother, Kennedy Graves, nnd Mrs. Craws In Marvcll. Buddy Graves returned home with his parents after visiting his uncle and aunt a few weeks. * Mr. and Mrs. Jack Trammel and daughter jnckle, spent last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Trammel, In Slkeston, Mo. Mrs. Charley Corkran and Mr. nnd Mr.s. Frederick Corkrnn nnd children of Memphis were the guest.s of Mrs. Pauline Corkran Sunday. Mrs. Marshall Woodyard and children left Tuesday for Ridgeland, Miss., where they will visit her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Stout. Mr. and Mrs. Howard I.ooney spent the week end with relatives! In Scnnth, Mr). Among those from Wilson who at-, tended tile stock car races In Wcstj Memphis Saturday nipht.werc Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Hay. Mr. and Mrs. Buck .Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Berry. Mrs. Curtis Miller returned home Friday from the Methodist Hospital In Memphis, where she has been undergoing treatment for several days. Mrs. Jerry Hycrs Is n patient at] Crltlendcn County Hospital In i Memphis. j Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Woodynrd and son, Carl, and Mr. nnd Mrs. , acros? the Mississippi River Chute from Wilson Is fast becoming a In- ...... ___. _ ..... _ ................... _. vorile srmt for (he small fry of j Jack Nolan and children accompa- Wilson, Here, the youngsters, ac- comnnnlcfl by their mothers, enjoy picnics find .swimming. enjoying n "beach party". Friday af- trrnoon. were Ozella Cash, Mrs. Phelnn Cn*h. Judy MrDanfel. Mrs. Arnold McDaniel, Elaine and Arlin Clark and Mr.s. Etlls Clark. Tlie mothers iO«o took the children on a tour of the Island. fclblfc School Onenn Thirty-six were enrolled Monday on the first riay of the Vn cation Bible School nt Carson Lake Mission Church, The pa stor. the Rev. Ca r roll Evans, Is principal. Others assisting In the school ns uperintendents and helpers nre, beginners, Mrs, Ed Weldon, Miss Sarnh Jane Chnm- herlaln; primary, Mrs. Macy Weldon, Miss Nnnctle Webb; Juniors, Mrs. Broughlon Lovott, Miss Carolyn Lynch. Miss Betty Woolen Is secretary. The school will close Frtdny with A picnic. Elstncr D. Benll. Wilson High School vocational agriculture teacher, attended a three-day short course In .shop work at Arkansas Stnte College In Jonesboro, last week. The course wns for vocational agriculture teachers In Northeast Arkansas. Miss Bonnie Ooble. n student at the Methodist Hospital School of Nursing, Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. AJex Goble, Sr., nnd son. AT FT. BENNING—Pvt. Bobby O. Burleson, son ot Bedford P. Bnrlesbn of Rt. 2, Blythcville. is presently stationed at Ft. Banning, Gt., where he is attached to the 33rd Transportation Truck Company as n driver. DKCOTtATKn—First LI Robert J. Swift, son of Mi-, and Mrs. T. 'J. Swift of Cariitheisville. Mo., recently was awarded the Bronze Slnr medal with "V" device for valor In action with the 3rd Tn- fnnlry Division In Korea. He won the mcdnl saving an entire patrol by covering Its withdrawal with small tirms fire nfter a surprise attack by the enemy nt the top of a hill. Omaha Negroe Entire T °^ n ° f 34 n J. J. \A/L'J. Turns Out to Type PrOteSt WhiteS B&°d for 'Defense' As Neighbors OMAHA OR — Seventeen Omaha Negroes have signed n petition of protest against a white f n m lly moving into their predominantly Negro neighborhood here. Members of the group took the petition to Public Defender Joseph M, Lovely yesterday and asked for his help. Mrs. Luclla Blackson, one of {he signers, said the situation grew out of a white landlord's plan to move a house onto a vncant lot __ In the neighborhood and rent it j time In~m7>re~"than 20~ years', "the MT. WASHINGTON, Mass. f/Tl — This wee town of 34-phis two visitors — turned out yesterday to have its blood typed. It is the first community in the .slnle to respond 100 per cojil to the voluntary civil defense blood typing program. Treasury to Pay 2 Per Cent Now WASHINGTON IT> - - For the first nled Mrs. H. M. Woodyarri, Sr., to her home in Helena Sunday. Mrs. Woody art! spent a few days with her sons here in Wilson last xveek. Seaman Billy C. Boyles arrived Tuesday from San Diego for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Boyles, and son. Tommy, nnd his wife, who has been visiting his parents for the past month. Mr. anti Mrs. Jirn Germany and daughter, Patty, had ns their week ("- •* guests Mr. nnd Mrs, Charles fid Owens of Flint. Mich., Mr, nnd Mrs, W, W. Black and daughter of Tallahassee, Fla,, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Peeper of Detroit. Mich., and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Peeper of Burclirun, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hosford and son, Mnrty. are visiting relatives in Chicago this week. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Porter and children, Fred James Find Linda, and Fred Hawkins of Barton left Saturday on a 10-dny vacation trip Hint will include n visit to the diamond mines in Arkansas and a tew dny.s nt Calvcrt City, Ky., where they will visit her brother, Floyd Fryer, nnd family. Worry of FALSE TEETH Slipping or Irritating? Paul this U'CCk Mr. nnrt Mr.. Broaden Rnrt sons. John Rnd Jim, vlsltrd se Don't h« enibarrassrrt by loose lalse teeth slipping, dropping or wobbling »*h«n' you " aprlnk'ta n inlit e FASTEST!! on your to a white family. "We don't have anything against them," she said. "It just wouldn't work out." Lovely said he would try to help but reminded the group the law frowns on discrimination. I Treasury Is as two per cent Draftee Number 1 Million Taken DETROIT W! — A typical 23- year-old — neither delighted nor grieved and leaving a sweetheart behind — today became the millionth draftee since the beginning of the Korean War. He is Arthur Wcinleld. and for n year he has been expecting this day-induction day. With a resigned. "I might as well get it over with." WeinTeld volunteered for induction alter his graduation from Wayne University in 1951. Detroit Draft Board 97 Kiwanis Club Hears Cotton Belt Record Members of the Blythcville Kl- tvanis Club heard a recording, "Colonels of the Cotton Belt", commemorating the Cotton Belt Railroad's 75th anniversary, at the weekly meeting of the club in Hotel Noble yesterday noon, The recording was played by Kt- wanlan Gilbert Smythe, general agent for the Cotton Belt here. During the business session, the club discussed Us newspaper selling project >\hich \vas carried out yesterday afternoon. to pay rvs nv.ich interest on money borrowed for n one-year period. One-yen r certificates bearing that rate were offered in exchange yesterday to holders of $2.-lt5,6-i3.- 000 in two series of ,11-month, P' R per cent ccrtihcntcs "thnl fall due AUR. 15 and Sept. I, respectively. The move to The higher interest level was nuributued to the "neutrality" policy being followed by the federal reserve to keep money tight nnd check inflation. YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE LAST TIMKS TONITK "SOUND OFF" Mickey Uonnoy in Technicolor Mr. LoveU's mother. Mrs. Edna Lovett. in Shaw, Miss., and his brother, Billy I.ovctt, and Mrs. Lovett., .'aL>: Ruleville, during the week enrCjohn stayed lor a longer visit with-his- grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bra zeal of Flint. Mich,, arrived Friday for B visit, with his sister, Mrs, Mauri- Upton, Mr. Upton nnd their dntiph- ter. Vickie. The Uptons and their puests spent the week end fishing at Bear Creek near Marianna. Mrs. F L. Watt returned to her home In Little Hock. Friday, nfter n few days visit with Mis* Annie Rno. Rowland. Mr. and Mrs. Herman McDaniel of Mnrlon were the puests ot Mr, nnd Mis. Arnold McDanlel and their family Suinlay. Mrs Mnrtha Muncy nnd Jimmy Muncy of Lnke City vlsitled friends hero last week. Mr. nnri Mrs. Robert Bras field and son, Ronnie, and Robert Bus- soy of Memphis spent n few dnvs (his work with tiirir parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bussey. and daughter. Jennifer. Mrs. Everett Scropcle and son. Everett, Jr.. nnd Miss Marie Pettcr- son have returned to their home in Knoxvillo. Tenn,, nftrr spending last \<rek with Mrs. Scroe^le's sister. Mrs. Nat Graves, and her family. Elsturr D, Beall nnd William Yates are in Little Rock this week N E W Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sim. Phnne58 * kirliy by holding plains more firm- Nn x tun my, vooey, pn.siy ffcllnp. ii'n Mikaltnr nion-ncld). Get FASTEETH al nny clnig store RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. 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