The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 19, 1954 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 19, 1954
Page 12
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BLYTHEVTLUC (ARK.) COURIER NEWS DYESS NEWS I. •. JACOBI Allen Davis of West Ridge spent friday night as guest of bis sister, Odit Rice, and family. A. G. McArthur was called to illness of her sister. Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips and children of Little Rock came Friday for graduation exercises and visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Barnec, over the weekend. Tom X. Parks left Saturday for Okolona, Ark., to spend several day* with his parent. Mr. Parks has been elected school superinten- prineipal for the coming school term. Mrs. C. L. Floyd was a dinner guest Sunday of Mrs. Rubel Williams. Mr. and Mrs. JSldridge Ford and children of Wilson were guests over Hie weekend of Mr. and Mrs. Warner Hargraves. TTae W. S. C. S. met Tuesday night with Mrs. J. L. Jacobs. Mrs. W. W. Peterson gave the devotional, Mrs. Russell Clifton had charge of the program, assisted by Mrs. Ray D. Johnston, Mrs. Zuma Bloomer and Mrs. P. B. Wood. The hostess served sandwiches and a dessert with iced drinks. The next meeting will be with Mrs. J. S. Barnes. Mrs. Lewis Brantley and son, Ricky, left Tuesday for their home in Longview, Texas, after several days here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Coley Johnson. ;Mrs. Delbert Prentice was a dinner guest Friday of Mrs. J. L. Jacobs. Mrs. JFannie B. Gillum of North Little Rock arrived Thursday to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R JR. Holland for commencement exer- cisis Friday night. Sgt. and Mrs. Warnuel Hargraves of Greenville, S. C., arrived Friday for a visit with his parents, Mr,. exercises. Charles Hollis of Caraway, anc Mr. and Mrs.., Clarence Lucas of Ben Elliott and daughter, Gail, visi- Luxora were supper guests of Mr *nd Mm. R. R. Holland. Also Mrs ted the Hollands. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Shelton and children, of Jackson, Miss., are visiting his brother, Richard Shelton, and family. Rev. and Mrs. Carl Appling spent Sunday at Harrisburg. Mrs'. Alice Taff and granddaughter, Alice Ruth and grandson. Junior, left Sunday for Akron, Ohio. Lt. Sherman Peterson of Scott Field, 111:, Miss ( Jackie Floyd of Hughes-and Miss Nina Jean Peterson of Blytheville were week end guests of Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Butler and daughters were shopping in Blytheville Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Davis and children of Wilson, visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Judd over the week end. Leon Gilmore has bought the farm formerly owned by Junior Price. Miss Hettie ,Mae Estes of Booneville, Miss., is visiting her brother, Jalvin Estes and family this week. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Rogers and son, Pete, Miss Ima Charlotte James, David Lee Nutt, Miss Carolyn Dobbins and Miss Mary Jo Brennan left Tuesday for Pontiac, Mich., where they will be employed. Mr. and. Mrs. Micky McArthur and children of Hughes, Ark., spent the week end here as guests of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ben McArthur and Mr. and Mrs. Clar- her mother, Mrs. Dixie Ford of Tnunann. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Higginbotham spent Wendseday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jacobs. George Prentice of Caruthersville, Mo., spent Monday here with his brother, Delbert Prentice and Mrs. Prentice. Miss Juanita Loyd of Memphis spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Loyd. Aljc Goy Hinson of Memphis was the weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Hinson.' Mr. and Mrs. Junior Price and baby and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sornson and daughter, Sheila, of LaPorte, IndL, were weekend guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will flornaon. Famtd Painting Stolen TORONTO Of) — Thieves stol* an oil painting by the Flemish master Rubens, valued at $30,000, from the Toronto Art Gallery last night. The 17tb century masterpiece, "Elevation of the Cross," shows Christ being raised to the cross. Alaska is larger than California, Montana and Texas combined— these being the three biggest states now in the Union. are in Hot Springs this week. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Clifton and Freeland Holbrox>k have returned from Pontiac, Mich., and will make their home here. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Balch. Mary Lou and Linda Kay, spent-the week end at Batesville with relatives. They were accompanied home Sunday by his mother, Mrs. H. B. Balch, who will make a two week visit here. Miss Alice Holland left Saturday for Memphis where she will be employed. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Warhurst and chidren of Memphis spent the week end here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Huff. John Wesley Peterson of Moberly, o., student at Central College in Fayette, Mo., has been ranked among the 10 top juniors and was named honor student of his class. He is,the son of the Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Peterson. The Rev. and Mrs. Clarence Otts entertained members of the senior class Sunday night following baccalaureate services, when they en- ence Nichols. Miss Shirley Henard left Sunday r—- for Memphis, Tenn. / Mr. «nd Mrs. Earnest Henard of (— Oklahoma City, Okla., spent last week with his brother, Raymond Henard, Sr. Raymond Henard Jr.. accompanied them home and will be employed in Oklahoma City. Eighteen members of the senior class, together with their sponsor, Artist Edwards, and chaperone, Miss Mozelle Williams, left Saturday for Hot Springs, on their trip. Making the trip were Maureen Butler. Fred Hatcock, Mary Katheryn Harris, Mary Sue Garey, Ottis Rider, Susan Smith, and William Barnes, Wayne Hargraves. Altonn Appling, Wayne Hamm, Wendell Holland, Billy Ingle, Ray Jones. Clay Jones, Billy Johnston, Gene Peters, Grans- ville Sornson and John Taff. J. T. Freels and Miss Pat King of Whitton were dinner guests of his sister, Mrs. William Jacobs, and family at Dyess, Sunday. Emery Hall, Jr., left Saturday for Michigan City, Ind., to work during school vacation. Miss Georgia Ruth "Linton left Sunday for Chicago, where she is to be employed. rertained the group at their home. Mr. and Mrs. Alden Sornson and- A/2c Troy Mathis. Mrs. Mathis children of Pontiac, Mich., are visiting here as guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Sornson. Hfr. and Mrs. Jimmie Smith of Se- natqbia. Miss., spent the weekend here with, his mother, Mrs. Frank Kenney, and Mr. Kenney. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Barnes had most of their children home over the weekend. Visiting here were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wooten and son, of Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips and children fo Little Rock, Mrs. Louise Jennings of Lepanto and Junior Barnes of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. CaMn Dallas and children of Jackson, Mo., attended the commencement exercises Fri- .and their two children, of North Carolina, will arrivn Sunday for a visit with her pt. .ts, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ingle. Hoi-ace Mathis and family of Norfolk, Vai, arrived during the week end for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ingle. Miss Carolyn Lane of Marked Tree spent the week end with her brother, Rudolph Lane, and family. Ovela Partin was guest of Charles Ray Jones lor supper Sunday night. Miss Bettye Hendon and Miss Bobbye Mann Vent to Kansas the we ektoafctenthwed- di of -j D Hend in w h Miss day night and visited his parents, i ^^^^ n ..,„_ „ hriH oema irf _, ^ , _ __ , __ ,. ,, i iicttu\/n was a Driuesmaia, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dallas, over the weekend. Mrs. Mildred Rexroad and Mrs. Alta Hathcock of Rocfcford. 111., come Friday for the commencement Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jennings and children of Lepanto spent the week end here. Norman James and. son, Jerry, are you color-blind about Venetians? over 100 color blends Wait till you see what Venetians hi color can do for your windows! Over 100 slit- tape combinations to choo«e from! Match your drapes, your rugs . . . even have blinds all one color... from top to tassel! 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