The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 14, 1954 · Page 9
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April 14, 1954

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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APRIL 14. 1954 BLYTHEVEU! (ARK.) ' COURTKR NEWS PAGE* HINT Easter Holiday AtAugustaToday Ike's 10-Day Visit Centers Around Golf Course By MARVIN L. ARROWSMITH AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — President Eisenhower, starting an Easter holiday, tunes up his golf today for a round later in the week with the sensational North Carolina amateur who came close to winning the Masters Tournament. The President, accompanied by Mrs. Eisenhower, arrived here by plane from Washington last night for about a 10-day stay at "Mamie's Cabin," named for the First Lady, on the edge of the Augusta National Golf Club. Eisenhower found most of the talk at the club still centering on 31-year-old Billy Joe Patton of Morganton, N. C.,. whose play in the Masters won him probably more attention than the winner. Patton finished the regular 72- hole tournament at the Augusta National with a 290, just a stroke more than Sam Snead and Ben Hogan. Snead won in a playoff. Enjoyed Home Run Bobby Jones, president of the Augusta National, met Eisenhower at the .airport and told newsmen neither Snead nor Hogan had been able to a;ay over for a game with the President. But Jones said Patton had been invited back to the club for the Easter Weekend. He probably will team up with Eisenhower Friday. The President left the nation's capital after watching the Washington Senators defeat the world champion New York Yankees in a 10-inning baseball thriller at Griffith Stadium. "How did you like the ball game?" a reporter called to the President as he came down the ramp from his private plane, the (Columbine, at Augusta's Bush Airport. "Oh, wonderful," he replied with a wide grin, "particularly that home run." He was talking about the four- bagger slammed in the 10th inning by the Senators' Mickey Vernon. It gave Washington the game 5-3. WILSON NEWS By Mrs. B. F. Bo vies Salesman Makes Fast Sale For Oklahoma OKLAHOMA CITY WP) — Dave Kerr, an insurance salesman, can lay claim today to one of the fastest sales of his career and he didn't get a dime out of it. He was selling the state of Oklahoma as a wonderful place to live. His customer was a Good Samaritan, Jack Rogers, a Mohawk, Ind., restaurant operator who sold out and was moving his family to Oregon when he stopped to push Kerr's stalled auto on the Turner Turnpike. That was last week. Kerr, an enthusiastic Oklahoma booster, didn't let the traveler escape without a Chamber of Commerce speech. The Indianan was impressed. He stopped to investigate business opportunities. Yesterday, Kerr said, Rogers telephoned him he had bought a restaurant and would make his home here. Beery's Daughter to Wed HOLLYWOOD (£>) — Carol Ann Beery. 22, adopted daughter of the late actor Wallace Beery, will be married April 25 to Don Hayden, actor and son of Leila and Harry Hayden, operators of a. dramatic school and theater. To Have Bake Sale The Methodist WSCS will sponsor a bake sale Saturday. Cakes and pies will.be on sale all day at the Square in Wilson. Members of the committee in charge are Mrs. Jerry Cullom, Mrs. Dewey Stotts, Mrs. Gilbert Wiley and Mrs. Russie Perry. Egg Hunt Planned An Easter egg hunt will be given for the primary Sunday School department of the Methodist Church Saturday at 4 p.m. Mrs. Elstner D. Beall, department superintendent, will be in charge. Mrs. Beall said the children will meet at . the church building. Bridge Club Meets Apple blossoms and lilac were used in decorations in the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Sims, Jr.., when they entertained their Finesse Bridge Club and two guests last week at their home. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moore. High score winners in the evening's games were Mrs. Moore and Mr. Sims. Pre-Easter Services Pre-Easter, services are being held at the Methodist Church this week. Services begin at 7:30 each evening with the Rev. Sam Watson, pastor, conducting the services. Honored on Birthday Mrs. Ralph Robinson was complimented on her birthday last week when Mrs. F. S. Reese entertained with a dinner-bridge party at her home at Carson Lake. The home was decorated in arrangements of pink and yellow parrot tulips. Table decorations were tulips and white jonquils. In bridge games that followed the chicken dinner, Miss Annie Rae Rowland won high score, Mrs. Joe Cullom, Jr.. second high, and Mrs. Garland Trammel, third: Eight guests were present. Personals Mrs. Billy Charles Boyles left Monday for her home in Charleston, S. C., after a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Watson, in Luxora and her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Buford Boyles, in Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Williams of BlytheviUe were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Thompson, Saturday. Jack Layton of Vandouser, Mo., was the week end guest of his aunt, Mrs. Bobbie Landrum. Terry Robinson, Olen Burns, Harold Perry and Helen Harnden, all students at the University of Arkansas, a*re spending this week with their families. Bill Thompson and J. D. Rankin will arrive home Thursday night from Hendrix College, Conway, to spend the Easter holidays with their families. Their parents will go to Conway and accompany them home. x Mr. and Mrs. Walter Keltner have returned to their home in Ailten, S. C., after a visit" with relatives in Wilson. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wheeler and daughter, Glenda, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Nash and son, James. Mrs. Annie Driver of Osceola and Misses Shirley Driver and Lois Shippy. students at Ball State College aff Muncy, Ind., were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wheeler, Monday. Fred Hawkins of Barton, Ark., was the week end guest of his brother, Asa Porter, and his family. Mrs. Lola Porter and Mrs. Asa Porter were shoppers in BlytheviUe Monday. Mrs, Buford Boyles, Jr.. and daughter, Eleanor Suzanne, of Memphis were the over night guests of her husband's parents Friday. Prisoners Wont To Poy Extro For Warden FLORENCE, Ari*. W)—The state of Arizona won't accept the offer of 500 state prison inmates to pay the salary of Ted O- Mullen, acting warden. As a result. MuUen plans to return to his higher paying job in the Department of Liquor Licenses and Control. The convicts made the offer yes- terday''in a petition to Gov. Howard Pyle after the Legislature refused 'to raise the warden's salary from $4,800 to $7,200 a year. "We- are willing to 'deduct from I our inmate fund the balance to make up Mr. Mullen's salary," the petition stated. Atty. Gen. Ross Jones said acceptance of the offer would be illegal. Read Courier News Classified Ads STAR VALUE DAYS 69-Year-Old Gets Diploma BOSTON (#)— Mrs. Ida Jaeobson, 69, proudly displayed her high school diploma today and then decided — "now I'm going to college." A native of Latvia, Mrs. Jacobson was one of 325 students who were graduated from Boston public evening schools last night. She attended classes at Boston Clerical School. She entered night school In 1944 when two of her five children were serving overseas. She wanted to learn to write to Richard, a Boston newspaperman, and William, an Army major, without having to bother the rest of the family. The schooner Hannah, commissioned Sept. 2, 1775, may be considered the first warship of the "United States. Specialist Succumbs BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (IP)— Dr. J. J. Singer, 71, internationally known specialist on chest diseases died of a heart attack yesterday. Resinol Ointment— rich in i<m«t»~»Cti fast to oil and soothe tender parts as its medication relieve, itchy irritation. 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