The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 28, 1954 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 28, 1954
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, DECEMBER, 28, 1954 Blytheville High School Band, Majorettes NEW SURVEY CLUB — Lelt to right, Mcs- dames H. A. Pan-is. J. B. Tyler, Enrl Yarbrough. Paul Fowler, Bynum Hesler, Stylon Proctor; Era Catcher, Fred Swindle, Jack German, W. L. Dahbs, Tnle Tuckett; OlHe Wilson. John Holmes, J. H. Proctor, Hnzi'l Bond. Ray Wilson, M. H. Fan-Is, Royal Sanders, Loon Wilson, and Eugene Kellems. Ed Wllllnms and Mrs. C. E. Lcd- wlch. Mrs. D. E. Heap entertained members oi the Josephine SCUKBS Circle Monday nlsht at her home. Mrs. Curtis Miller, chairman, presided during the business session and led the group In prayer. Mrs. Jack Smith gave the devo- tlonnl. A gilt was brought lor the church nursery. Others attendlm? were Mrs. J. T. tune, Mrs. Russell Nash. Mrs. W. T. Floyd, Mrs. Ivan tc: Haynes, Mrs. Pauline Corkran and Mrs. Lamar McDaniel. Miss Ruth Streeter, a student at Ole Miss, Is home to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Streeter. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Trammel and . daughter, Jackie, will spend New Survey Has Early tamo Club It Was Organized In 1922, Prior to Extension Service By H. L. YEAGER Courier News Correspondent STEELE, Mo.—Tne New Surve:' Club, first woman's club organized in Pemlscot County, held Its 32nd annual Christmas party Monday evening at the home of the secretary, Mrs. Royal Sanders. The Sa.nders home, 7 miles northwest of Steele, was brilliant in Yuletide theme. Decorated cedars in the front yard added lo the festive scene. The evening started off with P. pot-luck supper, served In cafeteria style. Piano numbers by Rebecca ban- ders and Barbara Lee Proctor opened the Yuletide program. VociU and piano numbers were given by Miss Helen Proctor and Charles York Johnson, who also led in group linging. Secret pals of 1954 were revealed ind names drawn for 1055. Under the large Christmas tree in the living room, Christmas gift packages were stacked prlo to an exchange of gilts. The regular meeting and order of business Included reports and announcements of the year end and plans for the January 3 meetinc when new officers will be installed First Club Succeeding Mrs. W. L. Dabbs as president will be Mrs. Jack German. Mrs. Royal Sanders and Mrs. J. H. Proctor are respectively secretary and treasurer-elect. The New Survey Club was the first woman's club organized In Pemiscot County and was limited tu members vcstdmp in the New Survey school district which later became a part of Steele Consolidated School District. It was organized in 1922. prior to the establishment of the county agent and extension service in tilt- county, however, since it organized •with social and homemuWng endeavors, it associated iuelf with the extension service. The club has a record of holding all of its regular meetings, a Chnst- mas party even year and participation in all county achievement events. Their winnings have been enviable, mostly blue ribbons, yet they settled for a. red ribbon this year. With membership limited to the school district, the automatic course j yard's Sunday School Class of of membership leaves but two First Baptist Church enjoyed a spaghetti supper at (he home of one of its members. Mrs. Bob Forrester, at Orlder, Dec. 16. Special Rtlests were the Rev. and Mrs. D. B. Bledsoe. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Williams and j WILSON NEWS Mrs. Glen Wheeler 1 Caruthersville lurns to Adults And Maps Out Some Education Classes for Them By SONNY SANDERS [ "Due to the Increasing Interest i adults of this community have in recent months, plans are A Christmas oroKram was hold i nual Christmas party. Preceding at Wilson Baptist Church Sunday | the bridge K nmc a dessert course hems made U> offer adult, education night under the direction o! Mrs. was served. -, Guests playing with the club were Mrs. Bob Moore and Mrs. Jerry Cullom of Wilson. Hlfjh score was won by Mrs. Owen Sadler, sccontl( Mr . s . ' Nelson, and bridge 'by Mrs. Charles Bcali of Pecan Point. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Corkran and sons of San Antonio. TeX., arrived Friday to spend the Christmas holidays here with his mother, Mrs. Pauline Corkran. and, sls-l rs Mrs Jack Tnunmel and Mrs. i P"*™" w t(in ip V P j c| . ce Ulltlon fl ' c of inniey iicicc. . ,.,,.«i, ™,,,. c ,, classes, starting In January," Edward J. Sheiton. principal of Ca- nithersville High School stated Thursday. The faculty of the high school will accept the undertaking because they realize there Is a need foi such H program, Mr. Sheiton said. Ho, pointed out that the program must be self-supporting as public school funds can not be used for adult education. Each individual enrolled in the wil ' the Christmas holidays with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Trammel, in Sikeston, Mo. The Mike Lopez Circle of Women's Missionary Union of Wilson Baptist Church met in the home of Mrs. D. D. Cash for Us annual Christmas party and study on Brazil. The house was decorated with Christmas tree, a miniature nit- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beall and j wee(k 1cour children will have as their holl- l >EctRfl lo day guests her mother, Mrs. ,Ruth Slaylon Uurks, and Mr. Burks of Birmingham. Ala . . Mr. and Mrs. Wnodrow McDon- i llllU(l to ll(! hpki ' aid and- daughter, Linda, had. as trnm 7 to 9^ p.m. " " id will also be ex- tor any supplies or text books that are needed. The classes will begin Thursday January 13, and will con- on Thursday nights Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Donald of Hayli. Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Glon Wheeler and daughter. Olencla. and Mrh. Anna Driver of Osreola visited Mr. and Mrs. Paul Driver, Jr., and sons in Tun-ell Sunday. Airman 3/c John Ed Ward from Wichita, Kans.. has arrived home j Courses that will be offered are beginning typewriting, advancer! typewriting, beginning bookkeeping, Rcnoral shop, arts and crafts beginning French, and beginning sewing. to spend the Christmas holidays COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE is hereby given that with his jiurents, Mr. and Huhen tlvity scene on the piano and a Mr nmi Mrs ciiiude Lynch and "' children, Sue and Claude Earl. were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Stotts of Tunica, Miss. Mrs. ; ^ e undersigned commissioner, in i compliance with the terms of Alex Onhlc of Carson Lake. white outwork cloth on the dining table, with a white angel surrounded by bright colored balls and a miniature Santa Onus. Mrs. Harry Woodyard, chairman, led the group In repeating the watchword in unison followed by prayer by Mrs. Ed Williams. Mrs. Woodyard then read the Christmas story from the Bible< are home to spend the holiday and Mrs. D. B. Bledsoe, who visit- season with their families. ed with ihe members, led In prayer. After the study the nroup ex ' changed gifts. The hostess served fruit cake, topped with Ice cream. and t'otfoe. Other members nil ending were Mrs. Parker Bowen, Mrs. Maurice Lynch, Mrs. Glen Wheeler, Mrs. A. L. Greenwell, Mrs. Barbara Anderson and Mrs. Elija Williams. Margaret. Bruce Circle members met at the home of Mrs. J. B. Lovett, Monday night. Mrs. Jim McCullar. president, Mrs. Ed Williams. Nancy Crenshaw. and Mrs. Edna Lovett. visited with the cinlit attending members. Mrs. Williams taught the study on Brazil and the group exchanged gifts. The hostess served pie and coffee. Members of Mrs. Marshall Wood- decree rendered by (he Chancery Court for the Blytheville Chicka- District of Mississippi County. Arkansas, on the 20th day of Ronnie Ooble from Randolph December, 1054, wherein Etta S. . ield, Tex. arrived here this week ! Coulter, was Plaintiff, No. 12,810. to spend Llin Christinas holidays; illlfl VleLom Snliba. Jnvvy Ht-nrn, with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.' tftilfman Bros. L,br. Co., et al. ' WPI '" netcndanLs, will sell at pub- of the charter members on the roster, Mrs. Era Gotcher and Mrs Frank McClanahan. Other charter members were Mrs. Felicia Hays, Mrs. D. B. Abbott, Mrs. J. H. Longacre. Mrs. GUs Hale. Mrs. Star McDaniel. Mrs. H ~ Marcum and Mrs. Charley Thomp- I derson and son, Dwight. will leave son [Friday to spend Christmas in Leb- Mrs. Gotcher holds a record.of not j bnnon, Mo., with Mr. and .Mrs. C. missing a meeting the first 12 years I D. Thomas, they will also be joined of organization. The charter was j there by Miss Norma Anderson of IH ^^ jju :ranted in a petition to the court St - Louis •who will return to Wil- Tho ^f.Muiam, Gonna Davis is of Helen Harndcn and T. J. McAfee I lic ""^l™ to the highest and best bidder, for cash, on n credit of three months, at the front door of "The" LnUaY\Vatson'circle of the j the Court HoUhfl - between the j 1 *- prescribed ' ' :if Blytlu'viUc. Arkansas the 12th day nf January, 1955, the lot lowing rent estate, to-wit: RcjiinniiiK at a point forty i-KI) I'cci rust und iwenty (liOt Itrt north of the Pout Invest eonitT of the Nonhwi-M qtinncr of Section Ten 1101 HI Town.ship Fif- it:en (.I5i north of Raiu;e Eleven ill) East, and run thence- North along east ritihl-of-way line of U. S, Highway No. til a distance of fifty (50) foet tor a point oi' beMinning: run thence E;isi one hundred fifty .150) feet; thence North fifty (50) feet: thence West one hundred fitly 1150) feet; thence South fifty (50) feet to the point of beginning; und bcintr a In! 50 loci North and South by 150 ft'i't East and West: SAID sale will be hud to satisfy Caruthersville News By SONNY SANDERS Monday ni^ht at Ihe home oi Mrs. 1 . Ruin.'; Burns to complete their study on Brazil and for (lie annual ; Christmas party. Eiirh member '. broiiKht a fiift tor ;i ntvdy child. \ There were niiu- iiH'inbcrs present and Mrs. Chnrles Leftwich ! taught tlie iiii;.-.sii)n book. j J. O. Unnkrn. Billy Thompson : and Rudolph Whin-side of HendriX' Colli'iie, Terry Hobinson, Univor-1 slty of Arkansas. Frank Keel and' ] to ward Ci.-M"'ll, Jnne.sbnro, Cam-! lyn Lynch, Blue Mountain College, t are nniong the students home for the holidays with parents. The Rev. s\nd Mrs. D. B. Bledsoe were Memphis visitors Friday. Members of thr Future Homemakers and Fultirf F;i rmers • of America with their guests enjoyed a dance and Christinas party nt the hi^h school cafeteria Friday | s:dcl decree in the sum ot 52.000 00, night. The caUMena was dcroraf-j Wlth 6 por _cent interest from Oc- ed \vsvh rod c,\mllcs and mistletoe. \\' A n \ i N r; o it n E R IN THK {'IIANCKftV fOt'KT, t'UH'K.VS.AVVHA IIISTIUCT, MISSISSII'IM COl-NTV, AKKANSAS E. D. Dftvs. I'ltl. Davis, Dft. No. 12.873 Dues of ihe club remain at one r.ity and homemaking from both social and practical standpoints The average attendance at meetings is 22. On the membership roster at this year end are twenty-six members Mesdames Hazel Bond, w. L. Dabbs, M. H. Farris, H. A. Farris, Paul Fowler, Jack German. Era Gotcher, dell Green, Bynum Hester, John Holmes; Clarence Jones, Eugene Kellems, J. D. Marshall, Stylon Proctor Wilbur , Proctor, Royal Sanders, poyle Sanders, Fred Swindle, Ime Mae Tackett; J. B. Tyler, Ray Wilson, Leon Wilson, Earl Yarbrough, Farris Proctor, and Ollie Wilson. ! so " wit lhem - , n hereby warned to appear thirty days in the rouri na tober 20, Ifcvj and COM. und Judge- ment for $77;}.25 Interest and cost. THK purchaser at .said sale will lie recmncd to execute bond with appro 1 , cci security, to sfirurr the payment of the purchase money, and rt lien will be retained upon snid property as additional security for the payment of such purchase money. WITNESS my band and the .--eal said Court, on this, the 20th Caruthersville Public closed its doors for the holiday .sen- son Dec. 23 and will remain closed imUl G p.m. Jan. 3. James Michael Haydeii, seaman apprentice, arrived home Dec. it: tn spend, the holidays visiting his mother, Mrs. Bill HaydiMi. "Mike" has completed his bask training lor emmnce into the United Suites Navy at Great Lakes. Ill fie will be assigned to a destroyer with his home port being at Newport, R. I. Mr. and Mrs. John Morris ant. children, of Roanoke, Ind., arnvec; in Caruthersville Friday to spend the weekend visiting AVith Mrs. Noms' parents, Mr. and Mrs. C E. Murphy. She is the former Miss Christine Bonham. Elva Ray LilLiard. a former resident, of Caruthersvillp who spent Christmas here visiting with his mother, Mrs. E. P. Thurman, plans to leave Tuesday for Great Lakes. 111. He will receive his basic training there for entrance in the United States Navy. Trent ice Walker. \vho is station ed at Scott Air Base in St. Louis is home for the holidays visiting with hK relatives and friends. Jerry Bookout, a student at Arkansas State College, Jonesboro is spending the holidays here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs Paul Bookout. Teddy Medlin, a sophomore at, Washington University, St. Louis, is spending the holidays here visiting relatives and friends. Miss Dorothy Knott, a freshman at Blue Mountain College, Blue Mountain, Miss., is spending the holiday season here visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Knott. Richard Watkins, who is enrolled at the University of Missouri's School of Mines at Rolla. is home for the holidays visiting with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wobdrow W. Watkins. Miss Marion Mayes, local seventh i;rade teacher, left Thursday to spend the holidays in Blytheville. visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, John Mayes. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Herbert and children, who spent Christmas hero visiting with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Luther White, returned to their home in Memphis Sunday night. Joe Hazel, a student at Missouri University, Columbia, is here for the holidays visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hazel. Miss Anne Elise Berry arrived home Dec. 18 to spend the holidays here visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Childs E. Berry. ' day of December, 1954. SEAL GERALDINE LISTON, Commissioner in Chancery 12'21-28-1 and night circles met lor their an- hall of the church, with the piano and serving table decorated with miniature Christmas trees and other Christmas decorations. During the short business session the group voted to finance relm- ishing of the church auditorium and to give baskets to the needy] Christmas. | Refershments of cake and coffee j were served by the following hostesses: Mrs. BeiUIcy Rhodes, Mrs., Jimmy Hartrick, Mrs. Paul Whitlock and Mrs. Hudson Wren. Mrs. | Phillip McRae assisted the hostess 1 in the decorations. i Delta Coterie Bridge Club met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Albert Banks of Whitton for Us «n- GERALDINE LISTON. Cli-rk. By DONNA. SIMMON'S. D. C. T. .1. Crowdcr. Ally, for Pltf. Percy Wright. Alyt. Atl.LIIom. 12,21-28-1 4-11 Houston, Tex , is Ihe second largest port in the United .Stairs, from Ihe standpoint of loniugt? handled. Read Courier News Classified Ads. DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 3-4507 Hoin: 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. with Deliver; to 7 p.m. WOODS DRUG STORE 221 Weil Main St. Unusual Gift Suggestion FOR HIM World globes - barometers - ash trays - billfolds - desk accessories. 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