The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 25, 1949 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 25, 1949
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE <ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1949 Society, New* aelia Saliba, Society Editor 9 Phone 4461 Bits of Mostly News Mrs. Kirshner Honored By Chapter D, P. E.G. Chapter D of the P. E. O. Sisterhood honored. Mrs. R. P. Kirshner with a tea In the Mount Vernon home ot Mrs. C. W. Affllclc Wednesday. The guests for this affair were members of Chapter N of Blytheville, Chapter O of Osceola 'and Chapter AO of Leachvllle. .'The entertaining rooms of the home took on a festive air of spring with the vases of flowers be Ing arranged In the living room and the hall where the guests were received by the hostess, Mrs, Aftllck, the honoree and Mrs. E. R. Lancashire, president of Chapter D. In the dining room, Mrs B, A Lynch and Mrs. C. S. Lemons presided at the tea table, with a silver bowl of yellow roses flanked by •liver candelabra, holding yellow tapers forming the centerpiece. The assorted pnrty foods were served 'from the table which was overbXc with a 'Venetian cloth. The scheme ot the P.O.E. Sisterhood was further carried out with a low bowl of roses and snapdragons centering the buffet. Mrs. Kirshner is chairman of the Board of Trustees, Educational Fund of Supreme Chapter. She Is the only Arkansas member holding an office on the Supreme Board. Nineteen members of Chapter D assisted In the entertainment the guests. : • • • Luncheon Club, Guests Meet with Mrs. Boone Vlrs. Head Entertains Club and Guests Mrs. Lendeiinlc Fowler and Mrs. rover Wren were ugesls yesterday with members ot the Blytheville Rook club when Mrs. Roy Head entertained at her home. Decorations throughout tlic home carried out' the Busier and spring ' Jiemc with the nut cups of pink nnd blue easier baskets adding to the decorations. Plitced on the colfee table In the living room was an ornamental peach blossom In a low crystal bowl with n Japanese figurine standing under the blossoro. Mrs. AlverL Enderlln was the high score winner during the with high Mrs. Wren winning and Mrs. Elva Poe, games, second rooko. The hostess served a dessert plate with coffee. Mrs. Dan Bell and Mrs. James •Brooks were guests yesterday will membeu of the Thursday Luncheon Club wnen they were entertained at the home of Mrs. Snnford Boone 1034 Walnut. Small vases of hyacinths and Jonquil* centered the card tables a Yihich the luncheon was served. Other mixed flowers were arranged throughout the home. In the bridge games which followed the luncheon high score went to Mrs, Wallace Hoke with Mrs. Brooks winning bridgo. • • • Mrs. Caudill Entertains "•With Bridge Luncheon Dinner Dance Is Held For 20th Century Club Mr. and Mrs. Dale S. nrlsi'.s, Mr. net Mrs. Gilbert Hammock. Dr. and . James C. Guard, Mr. and Mrs. louse Harp and Mr. and Mrs. Jim- nle Edwards were hosts and hos- esses last night when they euler- nlned the 20th Century Club members and guests at the Legion Hut. Approximately 100 attendee! the dinner ciance which was an informal affair The Easter motif wns carried out In the decorations of :hc ballroom. The tables were covered with white cloths with Easter eggs and Easter ba(kels being placed down the center of the tables. Spring flowers in various shades added to the attractiveness of the decorations. • • • White Elephant Party Is Held by Rook Club The Thursday Night Club members were guests last night together with Mrs. J. J. Cookston, Mrs. Charles McDanlel. Mrs. Ensur, Mrs. Dorothy McCall and Mrs. Joe Mrs. Morse Is Hostess To Thursday Club, Guests .Mrs Byron Morse was hostess yesterday when she entertained the Thursday Club nnd two guests, Mrs. W. J. Wuiulciiicli nnd Mrs. W. B. Hunter wltn n luncheon nt her home. The two course luncheon wns served nt smnll tnblcs centered with spring flowers. Jomiiills nnd gladioli were used to decorate the entertaining rooms ot the home. ' Mrs. H. D. Hughes wnn hlgli score nnd Mis. A. G.- Uttle second With In the bridge gntnes which followed ;he luncheon. • * • Mrs. Harris Is Hostess To I. E. W. Clulj, Guesls Mrs. Alvls Harris was hostes. yesterday when she entertained thi (.. E. W. Bunco Club mid two guests Mrs. Sam Delnes nnil Mrs. Gloi Harrington nt her home. Arranged throuKhoul the room where bunco games were playei were vnses of spring flowers In sof shnclcs. Mrs. llari'inclon won bunco prl/ (luring the Dailies with Mrs. Noy. 1 Bonne winning high and Mrs. Floy Sony, low. A snlnrt course with Iced 'drink wns served by the hostess. Plans tor Poster Contest Completed by "Y" Group Plans foi an Easter Poster Conest sponsored by the BlyUievllle 'Y", have been completed by Mrs. Jharles Springsteen, Women's and Old's secretary of the "Y". Ali students from the 5th grade U> the 2lh grade are eligible to compete and the posters will be Judged on live points: theme, color harmony, neatness, originality and appeal to .he general public. First, second and third prizes ai<-. to be awarded to the grammar students and slmlliar prizes are U> l>c given to the Junior and Senior High School students. Winning posters will be selected by competent judges and will be on dbplay at the "Y" from April 8th through llth. Names will be covered and posters will be Judged by numbers. This contest will mark the beginning of a series of sucU poster contest to be conducted throughout the year. Mrs. Ashford Entertains Octette Club and Guest The Octette Club mebmcrs and one guest. Mrs. W. C. Swlnk were entertained yesterday at the home of Mrs. LanRston Ashford. In the afternoon bridge games, high score went to Mrs. J. C. Ellis Sr. with Mrs. Ashford winning second high. Attractively arranged In the cn- tcrtnlnUig rooms of the homo, were spring flowers in pastel shades. A dessert course was sei-ved by the 'lostess. Mr. and Mis. J. Louis Cherry will avc os their guest over the wcck- :ul, Mr. Cherry's nephew, Bill Mc- ice, who Is a student at Hendrix allege. Conway. Condition of Mrs. Arthur O. Hahn ho underwent an operation at Vails Hospital Wednesday morning, Improving. Mrs. Cecil Hayes and daughter, icrry, have returned from Torre laute, Ind., where they visited for en clays as guests of Mrs. Hayes sis- er, Mrs, Otis Hrnslcy and Mr. Beus- ey arul a brother, Gerald Oxford, ml family. Mrs. Morris Kellncr spent yestcr- lay In Memphis. Clyde liowcrtoii and Tonimle Joe Carney left Wednesday for Corpus /lii'istl, Tex., where they will be .upsts of Mi 1 . Howcr.lon's brother Murray llowerlon and other friend ind relatives. /They plan to be gone a week. Miss Ann Buchanan will arrive today from C'lfntoti, MLs.s., to spend tin 1 weekend here as guest of her mother, Mrs. John Buchanan. Miss Buchanan Is a student at the llap- tist College there. 13ol> White is now able to br up after undeiROing an operation at Iho Walls Hospital a week a^o. He is now at his home 623 Park St. Miss Arden Ferguson, who Is a student at Stevens College, Columbia, Mo., arrived to spend the weekend here as guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ferguson. Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson will motor her to Memphis Monday where she will return U) school by plane. Mr. nnd Mrs, Harry KIrby returned yesterday from Memphis where Mrs. Kirby wns a patient at the Baptist Hospital for several lays. Mrs. E, H. Dickinson will leiivc tomorrow for Byhalla. Miss., to A'call meeting was held ye.-ster- spniul a few days as guest of Mrs. day for the Parent Teachers Asso- Hay Williams. I ulntlon ol Sudbury School, at the election ol officers Mrs. Atkinson Hostess To Demonstration Club The Armorel Home Demonstration Club met yesterday at the home of Mrs. H. L. Atkinson for a pot luck lunch and business meet- Ing. There were 14 members and one visitor, Mrs. Roland Weir it Dreighton. Tenn., present. Mrs. C. C. Elliott, presided du>Ing the meeting which was openid with the reading or the Woman's Creed. The devotional was given by Mrs. W. L. Smith who read from the 20th chapter of Matthew. The secretary gave her report and the roll call was answered by each member giving a household hint. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs, N. C. Patterson April 7. Singers to Meet Sunday j Read Courler News w * nt The Pemlscot County singing Convention will tiotd its monthly singing at the Nazarene Church In Caruthersville Sunday. Sixiclal guests will be Hershall Foshee and his quartette o! Little Rock. Sixth Grade Students To See Historical Film Sixth grade students nt Langc, Central and Sudbury schools are completing studies of historical background of Joan of Arc this week, and ns a part of their visual aid program will be taken to see the movie. Joan of Arc at the matinee performance at the flitz Theater Tuesday afternoon. Their studies have Included art, literature and history of the period in history the film depicts. The teacher-sponsors of the studies are Mrs. Kathyrn Woods, Lange, Mrs. Lillian Prank. Central and Mrs. D. C. McLean and Mrs. Alma Peters, Sudbury teachers. At 1'he Hosoitals Blythevllte Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Bill Noble, city. W. W. Watson, city. Mrs. W T. French, nt. I, Wall* Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Joe Donner, city. Billy Cable, Steete, Mo. Lx>uls Mathis, city. Mrs. R. S. P. Burks, city. city. Bin Office Opcm 8:34 Shnw SU.U 6:45 Opmi, Sunda> |:0(J; Slarl* 1:15 Continuuu* Show* Sat & Suo Banal!) Nlfhi tver> Nl«h> Except Sulurda] No passe* honored nn Sunday i Bon Thflttr* \ ;71 u Continuous Shows Hox Office Opens 1 -.45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO RLCN K:(KI a.m. 12:45 p.ra <:30 p.ra | Mn. a. a. Cauldill entcrtnlncd 'the Thursday Contract Club and one guest, Mrs. M. A. Issac. with a. luncheon yesterday »L her home, 1100 West Walnut. The three-course luncheon WBS >erved at the dining tnMe with red, white and blue centerpiece. Spring flowers in crystal vnses wpre arranged in the entertaining rooms 1 of the home where bridge games /were played. Mrs. £dgsr P. Borum won high •core In the games with Mrs. F. B. Joyner receiving second. • * • Mrs. Prichard Hostess To Club Members, Guests Spring flowen In crystal vases were attractively arranged In the home of Mrs. Richard Pritchard, . when she entertained the Thurs-» day Rook club members and two guests, Mrs, Elmer Norman and i Mrs. H. C. Blankenshlp yesterdny. Mrs. Prichard won high score In the afternoon games, with Mrs. Harold Henson winning second high and Mrs. Blankenship, rooko. Mrs. Henson was also presented a birthday gift by the dub members. Following the rook games, n snl: ad plate with iced drinks was served. * » « Bridge Luncheon Given By Mrs. Aubrey Conway John E. Steely to Be LJOlULiiy ivi 1.^11 ii uiiu i>i*». ««** i t t Shanks, when Mrs. Rakish Sylves- Speaker at First Baptist ter entcrtnined with n white cle-1 OSCKOLA. Ark., Mnr. 25.—John nlmnt parly at her home on Davis E. Steely, who is licnd of the Bible Dcpnrtment of (lie Southern Baptist college nt Walnut Ridge, will be guest speaker nt the First Baptist church for the morning and evening services Sunday in the absence or their pastor, The Rev. Russell J. Clubb. Street. Duri:i(r the evening rook games, high score was won by Mrs. Cookston with Mrs. J. A. Snllba winning ' rooko. The entertaining rooms of the home were decorated with bounxtets of mixed spring flowers. Refreshments of strawberry short- cuke with tea were served by the hostess. Mrs. Stilwe// to Head Sudbury School P.T.A. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Dross of St. Petersburg, Fla., arc the parents of a daughter Ixtrn Mui'ch 14 at the St. Anthony Hospital there. She has been nnmed Polly Cirrelda. Mrs. Dross is the former Miss Pauline Rouse of Blythcvtllc. Mr. Dross is n former manager at Hotel Noble here. Phebean Class Meeting Held at First Baptist Mrs. Aubrey Conway entertained with a two course luncheon yesterday at her home, 801 West Main for members of the Mid-Week Club and two guests, Mrs. Btvkcr Wilsoi and Mrs. F. E. Black. The dining table, at which th luncheon was served, was centere with a striking arrangement o yellow roses and yellow snapdra gons in a low oowl. Following the luncheon, bridg was played with Mrs. B. A. Lync receiving first score' and Mrs. M. O. Usrey, second. Bunco Party Is Given At Paul Human Residence Mrs. Fnul Human was hostess tuid Mrs. K. A. Jonos, co-hostess, Wednesday when they entertained with a bunco party at Mrs. Human's home. Japonlcns and other spring flow's were attractively arranged iroughotlt the home. In the bunco games, high score cut to Mrs. L. A. Dougherty with Irs. Human receiving low score and Trs. Otho Stanflelcl, bunco. Refreshments were served by the lostcsscs. Vlrs. Dickinson Hostess To T. N. Club and Guests The T. N. Club members met lust light ,-.t the home ol Mrs. E. R. Dickinson together with three quests. Mrs Raymond Schmuck. Mrs. Gilbert D. Hnmmock Sr. and Mrs. Hartley Hays. In the rooms of the home where bridge was played, vases of daffo- dlles nnd spring [lowers were at- Mr. Steely was a former choir director at Ounchitn College, Ar- kadelphla and Is a graduate of the Southern Seminary ot Louisville, Ky. , Wave Completes Training Miss Sylvia Faye Swain, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elijah D. Swain of Gosncll, has completed her Wave recruit (raining at the Naval Training Center at Qreat Lakes, 111., mid will report to Norfolk, Va,, for tur- ther service, Monday. She was cm- ployed by the Mississippi Count: Electric Cooperative, Inc., prior to entering the Navy. school for the for tlie new year. Mrs. Mark Stewart, chalnnajl! of the nominating committee gave her report, after which the following were elected: Mrs. George Stllwell, president, Mrs. S. C. Owens, vice- president. Mrs. Vance Henderson, secretary, Mrs. Harry Bogan treas- urei and Mrs Langston Ashford, historian. Mrs. S. C. Owens uresideci at the 1 meeting at which lime the by-laws Government of India Plans. Penicillin Plant NEW DELHI—WV-The Government of India has decided to establish a factory in Bombay for the manufacture of penicillin, sulpha and anti-malarial druggs. An igreement has been signed with a Swedish firm for technical advice for the construction of the factory. The factory Is estimated to cost $6,000,000. It will start work In three years. Its annual productive capacity will be:1.200 billion units of penicillin, 100,000 Ibs. of an anti-malarial drug. 60,000 Ibs. of sulphamera- zine, 20,000 Ibs, of sulphathiazole and 20,000 Ibs. of sulphanllamide. l,as( Tinie Toduy Treasure of Sierra Madre with Humphrey Bogart Selected Short Subject Last Time Today The Paleface with Bob Hope and Jane Ruuell Shore Subject! Continuous Showing Everyday Saturday Cafifcrn/a Saturday Belle Starr's Daughter with George Montgomery and Ruth Roman Serial: "Bruce Oentry" No. 4 and Short Continuous Stmwitit iSalurdt? 12:30-11:30 Serial "Jungleland" No. 6 and Selected Short Continuous Showing ^Saturday 12:30 to 11:30 The Phcbcan Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church net last night at the church for their ouslness and social meeting. Hostesses were Mrs. Roy Beavers, Mrs. Lola Culnertson. Mrs. J. V. Goff, Mrs, Vester Rowen and Mrs, Irby H.,dge. The devotional was given by Mrs. Cicne Ellis followed by prayer by Mrs. George Ingram. Mrs. Rowen, president, presided during the business session, at which time reports were heard by the various officers nnd committees. Dismissal prayer was offered by Mrs, Theodore Logan, class teacher. During the social hour, games were played and a dessert plftte was itrved by the hostesses. were read to the group. Siam Kills Off Its Dogs BANGKOK—i/Pi—In past years all a sick dog here could do was to wander hopelessly, waiting to get killed by an automobile driver. New Bangkok has added three more dog poisoners to Its squad of six. The nine-man "humane squad" starts each day with sacks of chop ped meat mixed with strychnine tablets and feed the emaciated and wretchedly 111 canines. Sunday and Monday Rosalind Russell) Sunday & Monday CUMMIMGS DONLEVY 7ft£ ^SLVfT 7VVC# H| A iliomcc IIIIiON XOMKIION f| .ir., LcoGrnn CliireTmw Sjdoey Crwnttretl < •ir Paramount News & Selected 8hon Cont. Shotting Sunday 1:15-11:0 MONTANA MIKE Fox Mavietune News & Short Cont. Showing Sunday 1:39 to 11 :M Coming to The Ritz March 29-30 JOAN OF ARC with Ins rid Bergman A JOM Fei Read Courier News Want Ads. 6k. SONS SHOES Mrs ScVnmiek wnn brlcipo during the gfunes. wUh Mrs. Robert, Blny- tock whining hiph score. The hostess served refreshments of a ralad plate. Read Courier News Want Ads. Bunco Club and Guest Meet with Mrs. McGregor The Avalon Bunco Club were entertained yesterday at the home of Mrs. Speck McGregor at 428 East Dougan together with one guest, Mrs. Fred'McGregor. Attractive arrangements of glad» loli in various shades were used in the entertaining rooms of the home. In the games played, bunco went to Mrs. Raymond Shamlln with Mrs. Speck McGregor receiving low score and Mrs. Phillip Frei, high score. At the close of the games, a salad plate with Iced drinks was served by the hostess. DON'T /PdRTU/ 35F For Indoori — Out- d«*rt. 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