The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 21, 1951 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 21, 1951
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FAOE TWO (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, APRIL M, 1991 -Sccletu Jane Shelton, Society Editor f Phone 4461 Unusual Floor Design Used at Band Banquet A large block of ice in which was frozen a musical instrument rested on a giant drum to form the unusual floor design in the Minor Room of Hotel Noble last night for the Band Mothers' ImnquH honoring Blytheville I'.igh School Band. Potluck Supper, Rook Honors OES Club, Guests Iris, dogwood and tulips were set about [he L. M. Hurnett home las! ni»ht for the ixnluck supper party honoring Ihe Past Matrons and rations ol the Order of the Eastern Star. Mrs. w. A. Stickmon, Mrs. W. N. The annual event was attended iStnnton were co-hostesses for the by approximately HO band members and guests. Swirls of spring W corns .surrounded the ot the giant ice block, a large bouquet of the blcs-sonis cascaded ncro.ssHhe blork top. Flower filled planters adorned with musical notes topped the guest tables, .scattered at intervals down the long .serving tables 'were musical instruments frprn which extended flowers in a vivid array of hues. The heavy curtains cf the room were dotted with silver music notes. J. B. Riggs, band president, served as master of ceremonies for tlin affair. During dinner varied conuuly musical acts were presented by band members. Orticer.s for the 1951-52 Band Mothers Club were introduced with Mrs. Coady Eaton as" president. Others to serve will be, Mrs. W. L. Mcxley, vice president: Mrs. L. E, Baker, secretary and Mrs. Kelton Francis, treasurer. Mrs. Jerry Hearn is retiring president. Ralph Wahl was introduced by the master of ceremonies as band president for the school year, 195152. Others lo serve will be, Warren McClure, vice president; Nit a Hose Hall, secretary a nd Tommy Dowdy, treasurer. f Favors .of tiny horns were presented the guests. Guests with the club ami band were members of the School Bnnrri, Mr. and Mrs. w. B. Nicholson. W. D. Tommcy. Mi«* Rosa Hardy and, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Llpscomb. Committees for the occasion were hospitality, Mrs. Ray Hall, Mrs. L. E. Baker, banquet program, Mrs. Charles McDaniel and Mrs. Shields Edwards, decorations, Mrs, Moxley, , and Mrs. Eaton. Twin Design of Blooms Top Country Club Table Matching large low bowls from which extended white gladioli nnd dutch iris stood at- either end jf the long luncheon table used yesterday at the Country Club for Hie bi-monthly meeting of Chapter "N' r or PEO, Mrs. L. E. Old, Jr., and Mrs: Chester' Calrtwell were hostesses to • '18 chapter members for the spring .theme affair. Place cards used for the two course luncheon were adorned with studies of the dutch iris. Following luncheon, Mrs, Old, chapter president, presided over n business session conducted in the Green Room. Highlight of the meeting was a report by Mrs. W. H. Pease and Mrs. Old of the state PEO convention which they attended re p - cently in Searcy. DUPLICATES ARE FUN occasion. They were assisted during the affair by Mr. and Mrs. Clint Caldwcll. Sealed at small tables for the meal, clusters of pansics the center design for each table. Following supper, rook was played with Mrs, J. A. Saliba winning high score for the women, T. J, Bailey, nigh for the men and Mrs. J. J. Cookston, rooko. Guests wi'.h the club were, Mr md Mrs. T. J. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. George Stilwcll. Mr. and Mis. E. F. Dlomeyer. Mrs. Clyde Drnnc of Dyersburg houseguest of her daughter, Mrs. J. w. Adams was the only out-of-town guest. olden, Purple Molif Used in Bridge Party Golden and purple lined panstes and iris were arranged about the spacious entertaining room of the Russell C. Parr home on West Walnut yesterday for the afternoon of playing bridge complimenting members of the Friday Contract Club and guests. Mrs. Farr was hostess lo the club and guests, Mrs .Joe Trlcschmann and Mrs. VV. C. Higginson. The hostess further repeated the purple nnd golden color combination in the (allies used in the game. Mrs. George D. Pollock. Jr.. won high score, Mrs. W. P. McDgnlri, second high in the bridge game Refreshments were served. • * • Dinner Part}' at Swaner Home Honors Class A dinner party at the Dnrryl Swaner home on Kentucky lust night complimented 20 members of the Fellowship Class of the First Baptist. Church and four guests. Guests for the occasion were Burks Barker. John Mayes, J. C. Edwnrds and Quincy Alexander. Tables were set up about the entertaining rooms for the meal. Tulips and Iris combined to lop each table at which the gucsls were seated for the two course meal. Following dinner, the remainder of the evening .was spent informally. Mr. Swaner serves as class teacher. • * • Surprise Shower Given At Club Meeting ^ surprise layette shower by m?mbers of the stitch and ) Duplicate Bridge League plays at Country Club at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Lloytt Stickmon hostess at Country Club for 1 p.m. luncheon- bridge honoring Tuesday Bridge Club. Order of the Eastern Star meets at 7 p.m. at Masonic Temple. given Stitch and Chatter Club last night honored Mrs. Mrs. Freeman Dorris, when she was hor.tess at her home Tor the bimonthly club session. Mrs. Harvey Dorri.s was co-hostess for the evening. Potted plants were set about the Dorris home for the occasion. Shower games nnd contests were played with Mrs. Henry Thompson, Mrs, 'Frank Perkins, Mrs. J. W. Crawford and Mrs. Wesley Thomas winning prizes. Gifts from the club (or Mrs, Dori-.^ were presented In a pink and blue bedecked basinet. 'A dessert course was served. Mrs. T. Bogun Class Hostess Mrs. Thomas Bogun was hostess her home on Highway 61 N, Thursday night for a business-social meeting of the Fidelas Class of the First Baptist Church. The meeting was under the direction of the clnss president. Mrs. John Mayes and opened with a devotional by Mrs. L. C. Rollison. Following the business discussions, Mr.s. C. E. Johnson ndjniirnrd Ihe srssion with prnyer. The remainder! of the evening was spent In pronp singing and informal entertainment. Mrs. Bogun served refreshments tfl the class and guests. Mrs. Earl | Saturrinv Walker. Mrs. J. G. Barnes nnd Miss I Duplicate Bridge League at Thelmn Johnson. ' p.m. at Hotel Noble, Bits of News W // 19 f 11 loJllt/ I crAonal y Mr. and Mrs. W. H. SLovall and Mr.s. O Shonyo returned loM night from Lltle Rock where they had attended the two day state Funeral Directors Convention. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Childs announce the birth of their second child, a son, Thursday afternoon at Walls Hospital. He has been named Herbert Terryl. They have a daughter, Karen Sue. Mr. and Mr.s. J. W. Adams and family have as their guest, Mrs. Adams' mother, Mrs. Clyde Drane of Dyer.sburg. Miss Dorothy Mae Perkins spent esterda in Memphis. Mr. and Mr.s. Darly Swaner and famil atirt I'cggy Zachery arc spending the weekend In Mayfield, Ky., us gucM.s »f Mrs. Swancr'.s parents, Mr. find Mr.s. Clerunon Owens. They arc goinR especially for four! birthday celebrations In the family. Joe Sallha of Memphis wfll be the weekend guest of his parents. Or. and Mrs- J. A. SaHba. Mr. and Mr.s. W. T. Shelton and daughter, Joy are spending today in Memphis. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner Ls the weekend guest of friends nnd relatives In Newborn, Tenn. Mrs VV. O. Reeves Is in Memphis today. Condition of Mr.s. Victoria Gilbert, who is a patient, at. Walls Hospital Is reported as satisfactory. IN THE PROBATE COURT, CHUKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTV, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OP THE ESTATE OF No. 2028 AMOS M. HILTON, deceased ' NOTICE Last known address ot decedent: Glencoe Hotel, Blytheville, Ark. Dat« of death: April 6, 1951. The undersigned was appointed administrator of the estate of the above-named decedent on the llth day of April. 1951. All persons having claims agniast the estate must exhibit them, du.,, verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date of tht first, publication of this notice, orl they shall be forever barred anil precluded from »njr benefit In th»l estate. I . Tilts notice first published 14 d»| of April, 1951. I George M. Lee. Administrator! 1211 w. Ash, Blytheville, Arkansas Reid and Roy, attorneys Lynch Building Blytheville, Arkansas —Courier Xews Photo •BACKWOODS ROMEO'—shown above 1) a scene from [lie three act comedy, 'Backwoods Romeo' presented last night by the senior class of Armorcl High School. The annual production was staged In the school gymnasium. Discussing • problem of Romeo's Ls left to right. Josephine Hicks, Naomi white and Ray Finney. Sealed on the couch left to right. Clinton Abbott' and M:.ry A".n Dobbs. The production was under the direction of Mrs. C. D. Watson, Virginia Hcnson served as student director. Events Social Calendar Saturday Cotillion Clnb meets at 9 p.m. at Hotel Noble. Mr and Mrs. s. K.,Tune, Dr. and Mrs Don Smith, Mr and Mrs. Marvin Smith. Mr. and Mrs John Lane and Mr and Mrs. John Candill. hosts and lo.ste.sstv; HUM- ness meeting at 8:30 p.m. in Colonial Room, dancing at 9 In Mirror Room. Informal dancing at Country Club beginning at !> p.m. Monday WMU Circles 01 First Baptist Church—Circle One. Mrs. Russell Mnrr; Circle Two, Mrs. H. L. Chambers; Circle Three, Mrs. Billy Woolen; Circle FYnir, Mrs. Jesse Sccman; Circle Five. Mrs. Ivy Crawford; Circle Six. Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon and Circle Nine, Mr.s. E. G. Lovcll. Mrs. Ray GEO Club. Whlttlngton hostess to Order of Eastern Star spaghetti supper at Shrine Club, 5 to 9 p.m. Lake Street WSCS meets at 7:30 * RUTH MILLETT 'Everybody Likes Mary/ and Here Are the Reasons Why By RUTH .MIU.KTT. NBA Staff Writer f *• - ._ i Everybody likes Mary. Pretty as to along. It's gossip, really, she is. I've never heard another but the right kind of gossip. It's the woman say a spiteful thing about•• kind that never hurls anyone and her. • j often ^ivcs someone a boost. Her friends find her gocd com- She is a devoted mother, but she pany and when she meets a strong- doesn't make you listen while she er the verdict Ls always the same: brags on her children. She brings "Site's so charming," or "What attractive woman!" What qualities make a woman so generally liked and admired? Here are some ot Mary's easily-spotted her children are. personality traits. | She never tries to monopolize her She remembers the people she friends, but gets real "pleasure In meets, however casually. She re- seeing to it that friends of hers she Bible Class Has Session at Church Mrs. O. N. Hawkins conducted tlie meeting of Ihe 'Is members and guests of the Ladies Bible Class of the First Methodist Church yesterday afternoon at the church. Mrs. B. M. Matthews. Mrs. John Moore. Mrs. Maude Hall and Mrs. Mary Henley were hostesses for the monthly business social. Mrs. Clyde Diane of Dyersburg houscguest of her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Adams, Mrs. India Sandero of Chicago Heights, III., honseguest members their faces, their names, thinks woultt be Congenial get where she met them and whatever know each oilier. they tell her of themselves. ; She Is never In loo much of Whenever she sees a person she hurry to stop and talk [or a. few has met. however briefly, she goes; minutes with an old lady she hnp- up to the person, say.s'who she islpens to know is lonely, and mentions where thev met. That She's never ton busy to let some- kind of friendliness Is heart-warm- one tell her their own good news ing In B world where so many neo-' or their troubles, pie take time only to nod to a new acquaintance—If they even remember that the person IS an acquaint- .... ... of her sister Mrs, B. F. Gay and them into the conversation fre- Mrs _ Gc ,. Ue Lndd were th( / c]a5s quenlly. but. only If she has an guests. amusing story to tell-never to im- M rs . Alcx S |, c |ijy presented a de- Dress anyone with how superior votioiial followed with prayer by Mrs. Hattie Hunter. repeating of the Lord's Prayer adjourned the business portion. In the social hour following the entertainment was under the direction of Miss Sue Osment. Cake and coffee were' served by to ance. "Good" Gossip Mary always has some small talk' cultivate. Her own troubles she makes light of or keeps to herself. Put those qualities together and you have a charming woman. And they are qualities any woman can 154 Placed on Attendance Record p.m. at the church. Tuesday Mrs. A, B. Reese hostess to Town and Country club. Tri-Town Club meets with Mrs. James Lee Brooks. Mrs. W. F. McDaniel hostess to La-'Pelite High Two meets with Mrs. Dick Watson. Delphian Society has 10 a.m. meet- Ing at Hotel Noble. TLE Club plays at the home of Mrs. w. E. Cherry. Mrs. Kunlcr Sims hostess to Wcd- ni'sdny Club. C1B plays bridge at the horn Mrs. Denver Wilson. Thursday Sudbury School has announced the names of 15-1 children who made perfect attendance records for the second six weeks of the second semester of school. They are, listed by grades and teachers, as follows: First grade. Miss Mary Hubler—Jerry He^on, Ronnie Fay Etchieson, Becky Henderson, t.ynette pierce, Connie Pat Sampson, Eilly Ciites. James Haynes, Johnny Mick, Victor Ray Stii- well. Beri Taylor, Barbara Collirr. Betty Ann Yowell. first gradir. Miss Beatrice Harget—Joe Gulp. Jimmy Davis. June Cochran, Betty Sue Larkin. Patricia Mo.sley, Jimmy Lynn Maycs. Louie Sawyers, Tony Simpson, Cherry Ellen Cooper. Second grade, Mrs. Earl Nail— Hebecca Harris, Donna Waddle, Gary Doxier, Robert Howell, George Snlterficld. Second grade, Miss Billie Sue Burks—Joel Cooper, Larry Hnrgett, Edward Kimbrough. Marshall Larkin. Johnnie Dale Blackwell. Betly Jane Daniels, Beverly Smythe. Dcloris Wadkins. Second I grade. Miss Mildred Mcador—Billy 0 i Lambert, Jerry Martin, Donald Bat- montti, Robert Lovelace. Gerald Mostey. Billy Gene Nelson, Bill Thomas, Freddie While, Peggy Co- ehran. Billie Sue Eagan. Margaret Farrls. Betty Lou Gee, Murrlel Mos- iey, Frankic Sawyers, Linda Stand- lord. Fourth grade. Mrs. George Wiggs —Dnna R. Davis, Harvey Flowers, Tommy Saliba, Gene Swaner. Clifford Goodson, Sallie Baker, Sarah Lou Boyett, Carolyn Cordell, Betty Haynes. Shirley Kitchens, Sue Lco- lard. Brinrla McClnnahan, Linda McClanahan, Pattie Queen, Dorthey 3alph, Carol Wicker. Fourth grade, Miss Florence Moore—Billy Dunn. James Barksdale, Jerry Gilless. Bll- illnson. Wayne Lovelace, James Marshall. Dcwavne Miller, Jerry Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. George Sallba, Jr., hostess to Thursday Hook. Thursday Contract meets with Mrs. G. G. Caudlll. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham hostess to Mirt-Wcek Club. Octette Club plays at the home of Mrs. Homer Wilson. Friday Contract meets with Mrs. C. W. Garrignn. ties, Harley Crnmp. Bobby Johnson, Dorothy Jane Creasey, Nancy Cup- ple.s, Theresa Dale Jonc-i, I inda Jean Meadows, Wanda Faye Palmer. Third grade, Miss Polly Stewart— Walter Garrison. Ardcn Collier. Richard Henry, Alvls Harris. Jr.. Dnvid Kellick. Jerry Polsgrovc, Sammy Saliba. Kenneth Shelton. Joe Harol Wicker, Carol Lee Beavers. Dol. pha Mac Cole. Betty Ann Moxloy Jenny Lynn Nichols, Sara Lou Snow. Third grade. Mrs. Olive Kirksey—Harold Bush, Charles Ronald Cobb. Jerry Lee Colemnn, Gene Carles Gniham, Hurry Halstcad. Charley Kellick. 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"Where Christ and Christians Meet" CHURCH OF CHRIST OUR CROWDS DEMAND TWO SERVICES SUNDAY! • SERMONS «*vcr & sfik. - - ™«^™ Earl * Se -" This Man" Like (Kvcninj;) "Heview No. 2" KLCN ' 12:15-1-2:30 Dailv the hostesses. Al The Hnsnitals rtlylhcvllln Hnsjiilal Dismissed: Tommy Groves. Lwxora Pnlil Dean Pnnkey, City tlia Sudbury. Marie -Kelly, Mnrj Evelyn Knapp. Fifth grade, Mrs. E. P. Fry—Danny Joe Bratcher, Larry Bmgeson, Harold p'lower.s,. Edrlie Gilless, Billy Haney. Billy Hatch. Roy Zeller, Deenyn Blankship, Betty douse. Linda Dunn, Anita Porsythe. Carolyn Fulgham, Peggy Mosley, Nadcnn Yowell. " Fifth grade. Miss Betty Black Taylor Francis, David Moody, John Nelson, Kay Barrett, Claudia Crowe. Jlnimie Helen Followay. Shirley Kinninmonth, Mnyrine Palmer. Sixth grade, Mrs. D. C. McLean —Jame.s Brogdon. Paul Goforth, J. T. James, David Kelly. Bruce Smythe. Lyndell Stanfield. Doro- tliv Crowe. Mary Lou Garnett, Atme King, Sixth grade. Miss Alma Peters— Larry Baker, Jerry Campbell, Dan Farris. Jimmy Johnson, Carroll Knapp, David Nelson, John Mark Stewart. Hervey Williams, Mary Ruth Blanchard, Joy Ann Eayan, Jetha Mae Fisher. DilHe Sue Gee, Rounsavall, Robert Westbrook. I Lola Lewis. Mildred McCandless, Cli.-irlotlc Davis, Carolyn Brvin, Ly- Louelen Zeller. 8:45 Everybody Welcome H f SHARP F.vangcllst Snnii I .carter — J;imcs Thompson Second Service 10:50 l.cnflcr — W. T. Shelton CHURCH OF CHRIST Main of Highway 61 » * PHONE 4418 \V/%,/3 Blythevilie Steam- La un dry-Clean ers SOYBEANS RECLEANED Now is the time lo have (lie weed anil grass removed from your seed hcnns, liring llicm lo us for re-cleaning at your convenience! Henderson-Hoover Seed Co. Hiway61So. Blyrheville Phone 2860 Today and Sunday* Big 2 Gal. Package of FORTUNE'S Ice Cream Choose Strawberry or Vanilla A Delicious Treat for Sunday Now at a Special Saving! WOODS DRUG Phone 508 — BlythevilU Listen to K1,CN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for ourorograih announcements. Box Office Phone 2752/^ Office Hone <i9*S Box Office Opens ; at 1 :•!&—Show Starts 2:00 I'.M. CONTINUOUS SHOWING EVERYDAY Saturday BARRIER Of BULLETS 'T.N.T.l with LYNNE ROBERTS REGIS TOOMEY ROBERT SHAYNE i* ncun Fttiatfl t/ Oil«tt3 Or HERMAN SCHIOM • LW UNKHS written &r NORMAN HOUSTON Serial: "Kit Carson" No. 7 & Selected Shnrls Cont. Slunv Sat. 12:30-1! -.30 Sunday & Monday 'lightning Strikes Twice' Riifh Roman Kichard Todd Paramount News & Selected Shorfs Also M'Arthur Homecomir Box Office Opens 6:30 Show Starts 6:45 p.m. Salurdiiy ff Also Serial Perils ol the Jungle" Chapter N'o. 4 Tins CARTOON font. Showing Sit. 12:30-11:38 Sunday & Monday —DOUBLE FEATUKB- TUZMUO M RESCUE of captured harwn twTd**! Conf. Showing Sunday 12:30-11:30

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