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January 8, 1954

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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BLYTHEV1U.E (ARK.) COURIER IOBW1 n»AY, - Society News — »-» u,,ii.v. fevi.tu FMitnr * Phone 4461 P»t Mulliiw, Society Editor Bride-Elect Complimented At Shower Mis* ^dru M«e Blunkenship o! •*v*nn>h, Tenn., who is the house «Mit of her sister. Mrs. Jimmy Ttn Dyke. »'»•' complimented «l > Jin' irl« shower last night. Hostesses lor the occasion were Mrs 'Max Johnson and Mrs. Bill;. Johnson, «t the Max Johnson Hiss BUnkenship Is the bride elect of H«ro!d Eugene Ray. She w«.i dressed for the occasion in a pink suit, featuring a poodle cloth Jacket. The hostesses used white and green «s their color scheme, with * inerne of umbrellas. The 18 guests were entertained in the living room, where a green •nd whit* umbrella topped a shower of lingerie gifts, and where greenery was used at intervals. T>e table was centered by a white cake, topped with « small green umbrella, which was served with matching punch. Party games were played dur-l Inf. the evening. Thursday Club Entertained Mrs, E. B. OM entertained «' her home yesterday with a luncheon meeting for members of the Thursday attended. Club, when two guests They were Mrs. F. E. Black, and Mrs. W. J. Pollard. A bouquet of mixed early spring flowers adorned the dlnlnjt room table where lunch was served. The afternoon was playing bridge, with first La Neuve Club Has Meeting Mrs. R, F. Green was hostess yesterday to members of the La Nueve Club , with , .Mrs. Worth D Holder and Mrs. W. T. Rainwater as guests. Arrangements of fruit a n ti greenery were used in the entertaining rooms. Mrs. Rainwater took, first place in the bridge games, with second '"'"", lniE°' n K to Mrs. Melvin Halsell. and ' ... \t rr Tlnn *»„„ llrHlfn going to Mrs. Black, and second going to Mrs. A. J. Lsech. ••• j brl( , BO lo Mrs . Ben place Jr Salad was served to conclude the afternoon's activities. Guests, Club Meet in Home Mrs. Ben Lincoln of Little Rock. anS Mr , j B slt , vensoni Jr } Mrs. Conway Hostess to Club • . Yellow chrysanthemun-ri in « >w silver bowl, combined with other bouquets of white flowers j M wililams, Jr., when she en- were used by Mrs. Aubrey Conway [lei-tained members of the Kibitzer W( , re the yesterday of Mrs. Newest In Daytime Wear when she entertained at her Main Street home. Guests included Mrs. Elton Klrby .nd members of the Mid-Week Club. A two-cour.w luncheon was served at. the dining room table where the yellow mums were placed. Winners of the afternoon's bridge games were Mrs. Cecil Shane, first place, and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham, second place. Marriage Licenses The following couple has applied for a marriage license from the county cleric, Mr«. Elizabeth. Blythe Parker: '.Harold Eugene Ray of Blytheville and Edna Mae Blankenship of Savannah, Tcnn., 8061 15-43 Sue Burnett This handsome dress for general w«ir i» certain to bring you a wealth of compliment*. So flattering with or without the lovely collar. Pattern No. 8061 is in size* 12, 14. Coming Events Friday Homemakers Class ol First Baptist Church meets with Mrs. Allen Rushing at 512 North Eleventh Street at 7:30 p.m. Vendredi Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Dick Shanks at 7:30 p.m. When washing ft coat, be sure to remove any non-washable trimmings or sholder pad*. Club. Pink carnations were used by the hostess in her entertaining rooms. Guests spent the afternoon In playing bridge, following a dessert course. Mrs. George Hubbard. .Jr., won first place, with second going to Mrs. J. H. .Smart. Mrs. Cbamblin Winner of Bridge Series A six-week's -erics wan .ended lats evening, when members of [' e Duplicate Bridge League held a masterpoint name at Hotel Noble with play consisting of a six- table Howell movement. Mrs. W. D. Chamblln took first place and the traveling trophy in llie series with a 6(i,8 per cent average. Second place went to Mrs. Jirn Roleson with a S6.67 per cent average, and third place was irvarded to Mrs. O. W. McCutchen with an average of 56.4 per cent. With 53 per cent average. Mrs. Foy £lchifison won fourth place. In last i ignt's game, 'Irst place was awarded to Mrs. E. F. Kirsh• and Mrs. Guy Trlssler, with 2 points. Second place honors went to Mrs. E. B. Gee and Mrs. Russell Phillips, with 4T/2 points. Mrs. McCutchen and Mrs. Chamblln _won third place with 40 DOints, and fourth went to Mrs. P. D. Foster and Mrs. Georgia Bailey with 44 points. With 41 points, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roleson won fifth place. Wilson OES, Masons Conduct Public Installation Service WILSON — Public Installations at Wilson Lodge Hall were held Tuesday night by Carson Lake Chapter No. 858 of Masonic Lodge, and Chapter No. 432 of Order of Eivstcrn Star. Mrs. Ora Ownes served as In.'it; .ing officer, Mrs. Lena Barr of Forrest City and Mrs. Eva Kerlln as Installing marshalls, and Mrs, Spencer Williams of Marked Tree as organist, for the Eastern Star Group. For the Masonic Lr 5, H. H. Crawford of Dyess was installing officer with Bussie Perry as in- Illng marshall. Out-going matron and patron of the OES were Mrs. A. E. Clark an Thomas Williams, while Hugh VIcNab was outgoing master of the Masons. OES officers were Mrs. D. D. iC'.sh, worthy matron; D. D. Cash, worthy patron: Mrs. B. Cr«vens, associate matron; Russle Perry, associate patron; Mrs, Owens, secretary; Mrs. Robert Grlflln, treasurer; Mrs. Clark, marshall; Mrs. Jack Henderson, conductress; Mrn. J. C. Brown, Ada; Mrs. Bussie Perry, Ruth; Mrs. Gilbert Wiley, ' tha; Mrs. Jack Barnes, Mar- Mrs. Carl Adrms, Electa; Mrs. Hui«h McNab, war^r; and Bud Cravens, sentinel. Ed Williams was installed as worshipful master of the Masons. DYESS NEWS Mil. J. E. JACOBS Jim Jacobs ot Shatter, Calif., son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jacobs of Dyess has been elected president of 20-30 Club there. A former sales representative of the S A. Camp Company he is now chief cashier of the Bank, of America in Shatter. He and his wife and children have lived there for five years. Mr. and Mrs. J. W .McMillan of Other officers were Gilbert Wiley, Memphis, spent New Year's Day senior warder; Clyde Chisrn, jun- nere with her parents, Mr. and lor warder; Jack Henderson, Mrs. P. B. Wood. treasurer; Matiry Upton, secretary; Sam Watson, chaplain; H. Q. Yates, Sr., senior deacon; Stanley Pierce, junior deacon; Lamar McDanieis and Oscar Davis, master of ceremonies; and A. J. Porter, tyler. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dissmisseci; Mrs. Wilbur Cannon, City, R. L. Goodman, Armorel, Walls Hospital Dismissed: James McCormfck, City, Mrs. T. C. Weather Ing ton. City, Mrs. Earl Gentry, City. Bits of News tfloittu r eriuntit y ' Wrapping odd-shaped food ii aluminum foil of plastic bags keep: the refrigerator neat, odorless free and clean. 16, 18, 20; 40, 42. Size 14, with collar, 3"/i yards of 39-inch, For this pattern, send 30c it COINS, your name, address, sl»e desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sun Burnett. Blytheville Courlei News, 372 W. Qulncy Street, Chicago «, 111. Basic FASHION for '53, Fall and Winter, is a complete guide in planning a practical, sew-simple wardrobe. Gift pattern printed inside the book. Sent 25 cents today. HtMerre District No. I State No. 81-109 Report of condition of Tht Farmers Bank and Trust Company of Blytheville, Arkansas at the close of business December 31, 1B53. a State banking Institution organized and operating under the banking laws of this State and a member of the Federal Reserve System. Published In accordance with a call made by the State Banking Authorities and by the Federal Reserve Bank of tills District. ASSETS Cash, balinces with other banks, including reserve balance, and cash items in process of collection $ l,fl67,581.RB United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 1,540,125.00 Obligations of States and political subdivisions 178.000.00 Corporate stocks (including $27,000.00 stock of Federal Reserve bank) 27.000.00 Loans and discounts ((Including $923.76 overdrafts) —.— 1,071,679.25 Bank premise* owned 850,000.00, furniture and fixtures $21,420.00 71.420.00 Other assets 25,689.52 TOTAL ASSETS ?10,887,495.63 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 7,520,724.! Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 1,319,305.46 Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) 92,089.46 Deposits of States and political subdivisions 444,228.68 Deposits of bunks 250,519.09 Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) 223.894.22 TOTAL DEPOSITS 59,859,761.89 Other liabilities 27,205.15 TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including subordinated obligations shown below) $ 9,886,987.04 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital' $ 200,000.00 Surplus 700,000.00 Undivided profits 80,528.59 Reserves ,and retirement account for preferred capital' 20,000.00 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 1,000,528.59 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $ 10,887,495.63 • This bank's capital consists of: Common stock with total par value of J200,000.00. MEMORANDA Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes 275.CKW.Ofl Loans as shown nbove »re after deduction of reserves of.... 26,083.24 Loans to farmers directly guaranteed and redeemable on • demand by the Commodity Credit Corporation, and certificates of interest representing ownership thereof 4,637,053.75 Total amount of loans, certificates of interest, and obligations, or portions thereof, which are fully backed or in- »ured by agencies of the United States Government (other than "United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed") j 4,637,053.78 I, R. A. Porter, vice-president of the above-named bank, hereby certify that the »bove statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. R, A. PORTER, Vice-president. ' Correct—Attest: B. A. LYNCH J. L. CHERRY F. E. WARREN, Directors. State of Arkansu, County of Mississippi «s: Sworn to and tutacrlbed before me this «th day of January MM. <"•*') JUANITA RIOGS. Notary Public. My Commiulon expires January 21, 18M. Medal Comes Late HAGERSTOWN. Md. f/P) -Rust Rinehart ot a medal -j-'rom the Re. public of Cuba — 50 years after h earned 'It. Several years after the Spanish American wflr, nn appropriatioi lor medals \vn.s mnde by the Repub He so it. could honor veterans liki Rinehart. However, the money ran out and the awards were dis continued. About a year ago, Rinehart heard new appropriation had beer passed. He applied for hi* meda and received it last month. Lightning bolts don't come from the wIM blue yonder, but starl on the earth nnti jump skywarc at about 18,000 miles per second Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission Me & 39c At All Times KRI.. & SAT. Double Feature 1 OWKHl-JIIMMIICMl flCWR —AND— APACHE ROSE With Hoy Rogers & Dale Evans Serial "Captain Kidd" No. -I & Cartoon "Tweet Tweet" Sun., & Men. Double Feature *U*MU«(I • V. M ft****) N »<*«* «SW> * »-Kirt Sj ( * Miff —AND- nmncM UMAS DM MEDINA. PLUS METRO NEWS James E. Hogan of Memphis was the guest. Wednesday of his aunt,, Carrie Sullivan at 315 North Second Street. Cpl. Charles R. Thompson left Wednesday to report at Fort Lewis, Wrish.. for overseas assignment. His Wife, the former Miss Charlene Yarbro, daughter of Mr. a;id Mrs. Charles Yarbro, will remain al, home with her parents until his return. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Garrigan left today to spend several days In Florida. Miss Edna Blankenship of Savannah, Tcnn,. Ls spending this week with her sister, Mrs. Jimmy Van Dyke and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Westbrook left today for Port Hood, Tex., where they will visit, their son, Pfc. Jamrs Westbrook, .Mrs. Westbrook, and infant daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Lesher of Corpus Christ! Tex., have returned to their home after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Buck and Story Hour To Resume Tomorrow The weekly story hour will resume tomorrow from 9:30 to 10:30 at the Public Library. Mrs, Freeman Robinson, Blytheville Junior Auxiliary chairman of the project, announced today. A total of 343 children have attended the story hour since October when the session began for the fifth year. Average attendance is 38, Mrs. Robinson said. Children attending schools in the Blytheville District, who are in the first through fourth grades are eligible to attend. Acetate fabrics should be pressed with a warm iron, never a hot one Press on wrong side until almost dry. Let garment finish drying on a hanger. other relatives. Mrs. Ben Lincoln and son, Deen of Little Rock, are here to,spend several days with her aunt, Mrs. O. J. Dodgers and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Horner have returned to their home after several days. Mr. Horner attended a duck hunt at Stuttgart as the guests of Bradley Lumber Co. and Mrs. Horner visited her mother, Mrs, H. K. Smith of Wheatley, Ark. Mr. and" Mrs. C. A. Cunningham have returned from Little Rock, after spending several days with her sister, Mrs. Walter "Morrow. ON OUR GIANT CURVED SCREEN Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for RUz & Koxj Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY Paramount News & Cartoon "Flying Turtle" SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program Cartoon "Mouse Takes Trip" SUNDAY & MONDAY 3-DIMENSIONS Reg. Admission—• ( • Plus 10c if you do not have glosses! Broadway's Biggest Musical Now on the Screen! GRAYSOIHEEL ANN MILLER with Keenan WYNN- Bobby VAN James WHITMORE'Kurt KASZNAR COlf FORTE* SONOSI... IN SAMUtL AND 1E11A SMWACK'S AlUTIME HIT! »ISO AVAILABLE IN THE MOM flf.COROS ALBUM PARAMOUNT NEWS A SELECTED SHORTS IN NEW POST—Mrs. Robert P. Pallcrson, widow of the late Secretary of War, is a new trustee of the International Social Service, a world-wide organization with an. American branch in New York City. Founded in 1924, the organization maintains consultative status with the UN's Economic and Social Council, and offers social services to people here and abroad. Mrs. Doris Mitchell and son left Sunday for Hot Springs to make their home with Mr. »nd Mrs. J. p Passmore. Mrs. Tom Tacker died Friday at her home in Dyess with funeral services held Sunday at the Assembly of God Church. She was buried in Bassett Cemetery. Grant Collier of Little Rock spent three days last week as the guest of Miss Dorothy Johnston. They left Friday for University of Arkansas. Ralph Thompson left Friday for Vandale where he is teaching. Miss Pauline •Williams left Sunday to return to Searcy to resume her school work. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mahen were called to Nashville Friday to the bedside of their son, Virgil, who was injured in a dredge machinery accident. Sh-rman Peterson left Friday for San Antonio, Tex., where he is in the Air Force. Tom Parks returned Sunday to resume coaching at Dyess School fol'owing the holiday vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Elliott of Memphis were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Holland Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dean and baby spent the holidays in Pontiac. Mich., with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raburn Clark. Miss Nina Jean Peterson of BlytheviTle spent the week end here with her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Peterson. Sunday afternoon, Miss Peterson motored Kiss Jackie Floyd to Hughes, after she spent several days with the Petersons. Strong washing solutions tend to diminish the luster of pearl buttons that are cut from the Inside of ocean-found shells. Relieves Headacfie Pain Fffff St.Josepn ASPIRIN World's Largest Seller at 10t MERMAID HEADGEAR- Bhapely Charlotte Austin submerged herself in atmosphere during the filming of a movie about sponge fishing and came up with a bright idea which turned out to be a sponge hat The deep-sea millinery Is made from a hollowed-out uncured sponge, covered with colored sea shells and trimmed with • jaunty feather ot seaweed. Rubber jar rings attached to the underside of small rugs act as suction cups and keep the rugs from slipping. How To Relieve^ Bronchitis Creomulsion relieves promptly because it goes into the bronchial system to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm and aid nature to soothe and, heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial; membranes. Guaranteed to please you or money refunded. Creomulsion ha*" stood the test of millions of users. CREOMULSION nlitw Couiki. cbtrt Crife, Aim. ImcMtiii you* rmiNBtT SHOS STORI January Sale Continues Just Imagine! Ladi es Shoes Priced Up To $14.95 Selling at This Amazing Price! PRS. • Suedes • Leathers • Sling Pumps • Opera Pumps • Casuals • Dress Shoes • Flats Sizes 4-10 AAA-AA-B Broken Lots 100 Pairs Beautiful Spring Shoes In This Selection • Ted Saval • Valentine • Twenty One • Fortunet • • Friendly HANDBAGS Acrobat Shoes For Boys and Girls. More Shoes have Been Added to this Group Price MEN'S SHOES & BOOTS JARMAN — KINGSTON — DOUGLAS SPORT SHOES—LACE UPS—BROKEN SIZES— Values to M.95 2 PAIRS FOR $10 5 95 YOU* FftffNDtr SHOI STOKI

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