The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 18, 1954 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 18, 1954
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FACE BLYTHEVILLK (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JANUARY 18, 1W4 Society News — ;n» Sr,<MPtv Editor • Phone 4461 Pat Mullins, Society Editor Blytheville Girl Gets Met Audition A Blytheville girl was Invited to participate in radio broadcasts in New Orleans Saturday With the Metropolitan Opera Auditions of the Air. She is Miss Jo Ann Trieschmann, daughter .of Mr. and Mrs, J. G. Trleschnrmnn. The auditions include participants from the southern region, comprised of 12 states. Prom all the auditions ich are beiny held each Saturday for three months, and are broadcast over WSMB, judges will choose 15 or 20 voices they consider worthy of official Metropolitan consideration at the present time. Prom the final group, a winner will be selected later, for a nationwide hearing, with the aid of William L. Marshall, who is in charge of auditions for American Broadcasting Co. Miss Trfeschmann's selections were "VIssi d' Arte" from "Tosca" jy Puccini and "II Est Boux II Est 3on" from "Herodiate" by Mas- senet. She received her degree in music last June from Mississippi South' ern College, Hattlesburg, Miss. Marriage Licenses The following couple has applied for a marriage license from the county clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: James .Henry Weaver of Caruthersville, Mo., and Mrs. Nancy Elizabeth Prestage of Holland, Mo. MARRIED IN OSCEOLA — Mr. and Mrs. Baker D. Spring- Held, Jr., are shown leaving the First Christian Church of Osceola yesterday Jollo-wing their wedding. They are spending a 10-day wedding trip In Mexico. Mrs. Springfield Is the former Miss Ethelyn Fletcher. Springfield-Fktcher Rites Solemnized in Osceola Church OSCEOLA — The marriage of Miss Ethelyn Fletcher, daughter of Mrs. Richard Mercer Fletcher and the late Mr. Fletcher, to Baker D. Springfield,, Jr., was solemnized Sunday afternoon at the Hrst Christian Church in Osceola. Mr. Springfield is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Baker D. Springfield, 8r., of Carson Lake. The Rev. O. B. Moore, pastor, officiated. White satin bows lined the bridal aisle and glowing white tapers outlined the Improvised arch of Southern smllax, forming the background for the wedding party. White baskets holding white gladioli wreathed in pnlms were placed on the altar area. Nuptial music was furnished by Mrs. Clarence Grigsby and Mrs. 6. B. Moore. Becky Young sang, "I Love You Truly." The bride, given In marriage by her cousin, Dean Hateher, wore a gown of white tulle and imported lace fashioned with a fitted basque, buttoned up the front with tiny self covered buttons and bracelet length sleeves. The bouffant tulle skirt featured a lace peplum to accentuate the tiny waist. Her shoulder length veil cf French silk illusion fell from a latticed bonnet with clusters of lilles-of-the-valley at the sides. She carried a bouquet of white rose buds encircled by valley lilies. Her only ornament was a single strand of cultured pearls, a gift of the groom. Sister Is Matron of Honor Mrs. Ben Planigan of Memphis, sister of the groom, was matron of honor. Miss Bettye Ralph, cousin of the bride, served as maid of honor. They wore gov.-ns of pink lace and tulle with matching stoles. Their tiny hats were covered with pink flowers and their arm bounuets formed wedding rings filled with enrlv sprint blossoms, accented by blue streamer? to match the iris in their bouquets Mr. Springfield served his son as best man and Billy Springfield, brother of the groom, was groomsman. The mother of the bride wore an early spring two piece navy blue Inllle dress with large buttons ns its only trimming. Her hut was of white spring felt and she pinned a corsage of gardenias a t her shoulder. The mother of the bridegroom chose a navy blue spring outfit and a halo of sequins and seed pearls. She, too, pinned gardenias at her shoulder. Following the wedding, the bride's mother entertained with a reception for the 300 guests, at the Progressive club room. A cutwork cloth covered the bride's table which was centered with a tiered wedding Hike. The refreshment table was covered by a matching cloth to the bridal table. At cnch end of the table was a silver candelabra entwined In fern and white pom-pom mums. The centerpiece of white carnations, white roses and stocks cascaded from a silver filigree bowl. Assisting were Miss Karen Young at the bride's book, Mrs. Laura Johnson, Mrs. Ed Alder, Mrs. Bruce Ivy, Mrs. Welby Young and Mrs. Milton Pope. Also assisting were Elizabeth Ann Ivy, Patty Alder, Becky Young, Shirley Shoemaker, Elizabeth Ellas, Judy Ashmore and Carolyn Btldington. To Live at Carson Lake Following a ten-day wedding trip in Mexico, the young couple will live at Carson Lake, where the bridegroom will be associated with his father in farming. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ivy, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. B. Young and Mrs. Welby Young entertained the brld- nl party and the families of Miss Ethelyn Fletcher and Baker Srpingfield, Jr.. Friday night at the Ivy home, with the rehearsal dinner for the young couple. , Fourteen were seated at the dining table while four of the Junior members of the bridal party were seated at a small table. Carrying out a green and white theme, the table was centered with silver candelabra filled with white pom-pom mums. The bride-elect was presented a gift-corsage of gnrdcniss nncl the two were presented two silver trays by their hosts. .:- UTTLt LIZ— A good many men make the mistake of getting excited over nothina—and then marrvina her. Cut Hearing Aid Battery Costs! Save! There are no "B" batteries to buy or replace In the new ALL-TRANSISTOR, ALL-MAGNETIC RADIOEAft Can ut lor a demonstration of the time- tilled during »id that tveryoni wants. • HEARING SERVICE 1327 Stcrick Bids;, Memphis J. C. Cowen, Mgr. Represented by MRS. H. L HARP til W.lnnl Blytheville IL CLEARANCE SALE Buy any of the following items at our regular price and receive (wo other items of equal value ALL FOR THE PRICE OF ONE. BLOUSES UNIFORMS SWEATERS SKIRTS HOUSE COATS • SLIPS • DRESSES • HOSE • BELTS GLOVES COSTUME JEWELRY BRASSIERES Peler Pan, Maiden Form, Dcliifht Form. 1 • 2 PRICE JACKETS Gabardine, and Suede. Values to $9 .... Corduroy ?2 3 Suits Values to $t $30.. Purses Values to $4.95 1 Coots Values to $*"f $30 1 Purses Values to $ P" $15 . J BRING A FRIEND AND SPLIT THE COST! No Refunds — No Exchanges Clara's Shop Alain Strcel — Across from the Goff Hotel Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kirby have as tliclr houseuucsts Mrs. K'rby's nephew, Lt.Col. and Mrs. D. E Wilborn and three children, who are en route to El Pasco, Tex., after spending three and one hall years In Germany. Tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Kirby will motor their housesuesl.s to Paragould to visit Mrs. Klrby's mother and his grandmother, Mrs. J. E. Wilborn. Jimmy Williams will be in Memphis today to attend a dinner his honor at the clnrldge Hotel tonight. He won salesman recognition with his company and will be presented a gold watch. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Francis had as their guests this week end, Mr. ind Mrs, Prank E. Watt of Mem- DlliS. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clalr Miller over the week end were James Via and Miss Deena Smallwood of Memphis. Sgt. 1/c Bob Bolding who ii stationed at Port Lewis, Wash., will leave this month for Fairbanks, Alaska, where he will be stationed for three years. He is the son of Mrs. Gene Harris. Dr. and Mrs. P. L. Husband are leaving today for a two week vacation in Texas and Mexico. Mrs. W. A. Jackson and Carl Beard of Magnolia, Ark., were the week end guests of her sister. Mrs. R. O. Mullins, and family. Coming Events Monday Rebckah Lodge has regular meeting at 7:30 p. m. at the IOOF Hall with potluck suppev honoring members whose birthdays and anniversaries are in January. A spaghetti supper is to be held In Fellowship Hall of the First Lutheran Church from 5:30 to 8:30 p. m. Evening unit of Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church meets at 8 p. m. at Hotel Noble, with Mrs. Fred S. Sallba as hostess. Tuesday Octave Club has meeting with Mrs. Phillip Applebaum. , Tri-Town Club has meeting with Mrs. Garrard Caudill. Tuesday Club meets with Mrs. Charles Crigger. Mrs. Eric Whitley Is hostess to the La Petite Club. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League plays at the club. 'American Legion Auxiliary meets at the Legion, hut. Wednesday Town and Country Club has meeting with Mrs. C. Modlnger. Club Eight meets with Mrs. Otto Scrape. Mrs. H. C. Sims is hostess to Wednesday Club. She Prepares for Tomorrow By Suiting Her Life to Today Sew-Easy For Young- Girls 8063 i 6-M f,,. I Sue Burnett A darling little puffed sleeve ress for a miss of six to fourteen, hat can go to school or parties with equal charm. Pattern No. 8063 is in sizes 6, 8, 0. 12, 14 years. Size 8, 2% yards f 39-inch; '/ 2 yard contrast. For this pattern, send 30c in "•{DINS, your name, address, size esired, and the PATTERN NUM- iEE to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 312 W. Quincy ' Mrs. B. won't be 50 for anothe, birthday or two, and yet she ts al ready carrying old-age hupplncs insurance. She hasn't taken ou any policies, but she Is following a policy that should pay off liiia hap py old age. While they were at home she was devoted to her children and absorbed In their lives. But now that they are grown she expresses her love for them in a different way She has turned them loose to worlc out their own lives, find their own happiness and meet Rulli Mlltett their own problems. She isn't trying to live through'them. Al the same time she has begun to share more of her husband's in- ;erests. She is free now to go when goes, to do what he wants to do. You might not expect a woman nearing 50 to suddenly take up lUntlng, but Mrs. R. has. and, as si"! says, "Why not? Qeorge Is ,hree years older than I am, and f he isn't ready to sit In an easy chair why should I be?" Mrs. E. Is also widening her circle of women friends. For she knows how much companionship here is to be found among women who suddenly have a great deal of elsure time on their hands. Also, Mrs. R. has quit being a slave to her house. "I'm surprised at how easy and pleasant housekeeping can be." she says, "If you ust quit rushing at it in a frenzy have everything perfectly done." Yes, Mrs. R. has taken out quite a bit of old-age happiness insurance while she is still young enough to change her ways. And what Is her policy? To quit rying to hang onto yesterday but nstead to prepare for tomorrow >y suiting life to today's needs and ipportunities. Street, Chicago 6, HI. Spring '54 Basic FASHION con- ains a wealth of smart, easy to ew styles for all sizes. Colorful, nformative and interesting. Send 5 cents today for your copy. TO MEET EVERY NEED Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature _AND— TUBS., WED. &THURS. Double Feature JEAN SIMMONS VICTOR MATURE WITH Modern Funeral Equipment to Meet Every Need. Holt Funeral Home Walnut & Broadway Phone 4571 IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS (CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT) STATE OF ARKANSAS PLAINTIFF vs. No. 12291 (1949 Forfeiture) DELINQUENT LANDS IN MISSISSIPPI COUNTY FORFEITED FOR NON-PAYMENT OF TAXES AND SOLD TO THE STATE OF ARKANSAS DEFENDANTS NOTICE Notice is hereby given that pursuant to Act 119, Ark. Acts of 1953, and amendment'; thereto, there has.been filed in the office of the clerk of Mississippi County Chancery Court the Complaint of the State of Arkansas to quiet nnd confirm in said State and/or redeemers, purchasers, donees and assigns, the title to certain lands mentioned In said Complaint and lying In the county of Mississippi, State of Arkansas. All persons who can set up any right to the lands so forfeited and sold are hereby warned to appear in the Mississippi County Chancery Court at the May, 1954 Term, after the publication of this notice, to-wit, on the 22nd day of February, 1954, and show cause, if any there be, why the title to said forfeited lands should not b« confirmed, quieted and vested in the State of Arkansas and/or redeemers, purchasers, do- nees and assigns In fee simple forever. The description of said lands and the names of the persons, firm or corporation last paying taxes thereon are as follows: LIST OP STATE LANDS IN MISSISSIPPI COUNTY FORFEITED FOB 1949 TAXES CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT Person, firm or corporation Part of Tax, Penalty last paying taxes thereon Section Section Acres and Cost Township 14 North, Range 12 East Lee Wilson & Co. N!4 & NV4 SE 1 331.00 $132.00 Township 14 North, Range 13 East Lee Wilson & Co. All Sec. Ex. Lot 1 SE 6 170.51 88.80 Township 15 North, Range 12 East Lee Wilson & Co. All 25 48.80 Person, Firm or Corporation Tax, Penalty Last Paying Taxes Thereon Lot Block and Cost CITY OF BLYTHEVILLE Brawlcy Addition Mamie Young 22 1 $ 7.82 E. M. Bryan Addition Eddie R. Anderson 21 5 5.21 Hnllipctcr-Shonyo Addition Heuddle Ankgtion 10 1 10.42 Hollipetcr 2nd Addition T. W. Thompson 18 4 10.25 Unknown 21 5 2.05 Unknown 14 7 2.05 Unknown 15 7 2.05 Irregular Lots 16-15-11 O. N. Olcson W 4T N',4 15 NW 6.51 Larry 3rd Addition A Robert Curtwood & Addle Gorman 15 1.30 2nd Replat J. P. Pride & Gateway Sub. Esther Brooks -2 F 15.63 Alton Holbrook 1 H 13.03 Lcola Flex 3 E 1.30 Myrtle Austin E 175' 43 1.30 Edwin Robinson Addition Willie & Nora Hnrvcy 5 4 2.61 Ruddle Heights Addition Garvin Hatley 1 8 10.42 Wilson 1st Addition Lillie Bell & Alonzo Whitfleld „..!! 8 2.61 Wilson 2nd Addition Rebecca Davis E 25' W 312'5..5 1 1.30 TOWN OF DELL Original Survey R. D. Hardin ..." 8 B 13.20 TOWN 'OF LEACHVILLE Grace M. Jackson Addition John P. Davis 4 A 8.40 Matthews 3rd Addition Howard & Martha Selby 4 1 8.40 Sf.iudenm.iycr Addition James L. Hollinseed '..6 C . 8.30 Witness my hand and seal this the 15th day of January, 1954. (Seal) GEBALDINE LISTON Dated: 1-15-54. TOM GENTRY Attorney General. JOHN SHAMBURGER Assistant Attorney General. Chancery Clerk. EXTRA RELIEF < ^ "^ MISERIES ^^ 666 ATTACKS ALL COLD SYMPTOM! AT ONf TIME ...IN If 55 TIMS I No ordinary pain-reliever can make this claim ... but 666 can. The 666 formula contain* ft combination of prescription-type ingredients not found in any other cold medicine. For (hat "extra" relief, try 666 liquid or tablet!. Remember . . . 666 Jots marc because it has man. 6M DOES MOli lEUUSi IT Mi MORI LIQUID OR TABLETS When you need a gift, think of the Gift Shop! We have the right gifts for birthdays, weddings, and bridge prizes. We have Valentine cards, Valentine gifts and White Shoulders perfume—the perfect Valentine. 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