The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 25, 1951 · Page 4
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?ACT TOUR W.TTFTEVTT.T.E (ARK.V COUKTER NTIWS WEDNESDAY, April 25, NewA Jan* Shelton, Society Editor Phon* 4461 BSP Chapter Has Party, Mr*, O'Keefe Named Head Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe was named president of the Alpha Delia Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, last night >t the dessert bridge-canasta party entertaining the group al Hie Rustic Inn. Mrs. Harold Wood and Mrs. Bob McGra*' were hostesses to the five tables of chapter members (or the iff air. Bud vases filled with mixed spring blooms and greenery topped each Email table. Mrs. F. E. Scott was bridge high winner, Mrs. Henry Dortd. canasta high and Mrs. Rouse Harp, bridge. Others elected to seri-e with Mrs. O'Keefe were, Mrs. T. A. Folccr, rice president: Mrs. Everett Peterson, treasurer; Mrs. Henry Dodd, recording secreUiy and Mrs. Harold Wood, corresponding secretary. Mrs. nick Watson and-Mrs. Lucille Watson were named representatives to the City Council of Beta Sigma Phi. Mrs. C. W. Slsler was elected as alternate. . Mrs. Jim Smnihermon was named tdvisor at large for the chapter. • * » Mixed Blossoms Center Table at Club Parly A mixed spring bouquet of tulips, dogwood and assorted blooms In an array of pastel shades centered a llunc'hoon table at (he Country Club yesterday for the 1 p.m. affair entertaining the Tuesday Bridge Club. Mrs. Lloyd stiekmon was hostess to the club for the event. - fn the bridge game following luncheon. Mrs, C. M. Smart won high score and Mrs. RHcy Jones, second high. .Country Club Setting For Bridge Club. Guests The Country Club was the scene yesterday for «n afternoon of bridge honoring the Town and Country Club and three guests. Mrs, A. B. Reese was hostess for the occasion. Guests with the club were Mrs. H. H. Houchins; Mrs. M. O. Usrey .nd Mrs. F. \V. Whittner. In the bridge game, Mrs. Whittner ron high score and Mrs. C. Mo- dlnger, second/high. COVER-ALL APRON 1710 36-52 WILSON. Ark.. April 25.—Mrs. Charles Lcftwich ha.s been elected lireslclent of the Wilson Parent- readier Association for the 1931- i2 school year. She succeeds Mrs. Carl Bird. Other officers who will ,erye with Mrs. Leftwich are, Mrs. lud.son Wren, vice-president; Mrs. J. F. Mullins, secretary; and Mrs, G. B. Craven, treasurer. Installation will he at the last mefitim; of his school year, scheduled for May n. Miss McLendon Weds n Ohio Ceremony LUXORA. Ark.. April 25. — Mr. and Mrs, George A. McLendon of Luxora have recently announced the marriage of their daughter^ Ann, to Floyd L. Ashc, of Asheville, North Carolina. The ceremony was performed April 16 In Toledo, Ohio. Miss McLendon, a graduate of Luxora High School, attended Draughon's Business College in Little Rock, and at present Is employed in WyandoUe, Michigan. The young couple will mnke their home In Toledo upon returning from a short wedding trip. Meaning of Beauty' Topic i ; or Delphian Discussion "Meaning: of Beauty" was the topic for discussion Introduced this morning by Mrs. Kendall Berry at the bi-monthly meeting of the Chickasaw Chapter of the Delphian Bits of News Mrs, Cliff Bunting and children. Donn and Cliff, Jr., have returned to their home In Earle, after being here with Mrs. Bunting's mother, Mrs. Lee Stiles and brother. Blan L. Stiles. The group visited In Kalamazoo, Mich., as guests of Mrs. Lynn Nichols, who was 111. In a hospital there. Thoy returned from Kalamazoo Monday. Mrs. J. D. McDowell has as her houseguests her sisters. Mrs. J. W. DcMosos and Mrs. J. H, Preston of Mangham. La. Mrs. McDowell had been spending several weeks with them. Mrs. E. W. stovall and daughters, Nancy and Roma of Fulton, Ky., arrived today to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Shelton and daughters. Miss Gay Garrtgan. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Garrnan of Blythcville. has been .selected member of the paracio committee for Gaebale. at the University of Arkansas. Gaebale, the University's annual Soring Festival, will be held May 10 through 12. Miss Ciarrlgan js a sophomore majoring in Education, she is a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority. Earl McGregor was removed 10 his home yesterday from the Blytheville Hospital where he liad'un- ('hristine Johnson Valedictorian Valedictorian, Salutatorian Named For 1951 Luxora Graduating Class LUXORA, Ark., Ajwil 25.—Miss Christine Johnson has been sclect- ( ed as the valedictorian of this yertr's jhigli .school graduating class, it \vas ] announced here this week by Tho- j mas D, Wilkins, superintendent of .schuriis. Mr. Wilkins also announced that .salutalorian honors would go 10 MLss Janie Lewis. Both recipients will have their honors conferred at graduation excretes to be held Thursday night. May 17, Miss Johnson, daughter or Air. and Mrs. William Johnson, in addition to compiling top scholastic records far her class, i.s active in extracurricular events. She holds a class elective office, is editor of the Panther, the school paper, has been a loolbatl maid, cheerleader, is glee club-accompanist, and was recently selected as this ycar'.s DAR Good Citizenship Girl, She is an officer member of the Student Council. Miss Leu-is is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ruff Lewis of Manila. In addition to holding several class offices, she has been a football maid, cheerleader, member and officer of the Future Homemakers ol America, and wa.s thr queen of last year's Halloween Carnival. Miss Lewis also holds an office In the Student Council. Musical 'Program Opens Final PTA Session for Year A musical program was presented by the Junior high school girl's glee club, yesterday to open the final meeting of the junior high school Parent Teachers Association for the current school year. The group, under the direction of Mrs. J. Wilson Henry, sang. "Were You There" "Alice Holiday" "Amaryllis" and "Morning." Emily Damon served as accompanist. . Mrs. Shields Edwards opened the meeting with a devotional taken from the book ol Proverbs. The president's message was given by Mrs. Paul Jobe after which Mrs. Rouse Harp presented the afternoon's program, "Music Appreciation." >Mrs. Harp piayed various types of music to illustrate the effect of tempos. In the business session conducted by Mrs. W. L>. Cobb. Mrs. Byj-on Nail was elected historian for the 1951-52 school year. It was agreed that the meeting date would b'e changed from the last Tuesday of each month, to the 'first Tuesday, effective next September. Mrs. Matt Monaghan conducted the installation rites for Incoming officers, with Mrs. Cobb re-assuming her presidential duties. clcrgonc a scries of skin grafting. Mr. McGregor, who was injured in a blow-torch explosion, Jan. 3. will j be re-admitted to the hospital in several days for further treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Gcorce. Stilwel! are spcncilne today in Memphis. While there they will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Thompson. Arch Lindsey was removed to the borne of his daughter. Mrs. John Smothermon. 60S W. Walnut, yesterday afternoon from Walls Hospital where he hart been a patient following a heart attack. His condition Is reported »s satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Palmer, Mrs. L. E. Clay and Charles Oray are spending today In Memphis. While there Mr. Palmer and Mr. Gray will attend a cocktail party-luncheon at Hotel Pea body.- honoring Liberty Cash employees from Arkansas. Mississippi and Tennessee. Charles H. Hcndershotl, Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henrter- sholt of Holland Is assisting in planning the 3Gth annual Agii Day celebration to be held soon at the University of Arkansas. He is a graduate student in the field of hor- Soclety. | ilcullure ami is a member of the Taking parts in the discussions Horticulture Display Committee. He Three Tie to Lead School Honor List Three high school students, Laura Hemby, Bonnie Nell McCormick, and Murray Smart, tied for top place on the honor roll released by Blytheville High School for the past six weeks. FJfly-three other honor roll *tu- dcnus, listed by rank, are as follows: Bobby Orsburn, Anna Louise K.and- ley, Bon Borowsky, John Wilks, Marilyn Dougherty, Max Hill. Sue Orsburn, Hu gh Hopper, Linda Bunch, Nancy Nelhaus. Jo Alice McGuire. Bernice Flowers, Fred 'Allen Wilson, Marjorle Dougherty, Charles Kinninghatn, Edward Pipkin, Jimmie Weidman, Patsy Calrt- wcll, Charles Goforth, Howard Higginson, Louise Golf, Fruma Borowsky, Qammy House. Thomas Holder, Hetty Johnson, Edward Simpson. Dick Reid. Shirley Wade, Ann Blanchard, Albert Keltick, Emma Fairfield, De- were Mrs. C. W, Garrisan, Mrs, Byron Moore, Mrs, Jim Crafton, Mrs. Matt Monaghan and Mrs. O. W. Coppedge. Mrs. William McComb was the chapter's only guest. STableHowell Movement Piayed A rive table Howcll movement was played last night by members ol 'the Country Club Duplicate Bridge League and guesU at the weekly session at the Club. Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs. Ralph L. Odiey of Lexington. Ky., housesuest of her mother. Mrs. Virgil Green took top honors. Mrs. Jim Rolcson and O. S. Crowell second high and Mrs. E. B. Gee and Mrs. R. F. Kirshner. third place. Is a transfer student, from Arkansas' State College, Jonesboro. ' Mrs. Marvin Razer was removed to her home, 1716 Holly, yesterday from Walls Hospital. She Is abb to receive visitors. • Mrs. John Smothermon returned yesterday from Hickman. Ky., where, she had spent three weeks with relatives. ..Mr. and Mrs. Charles Razer have returned to their home in Newport after^ being the weekend guests of Mr. atiri Mrs. Marvin Razcr. Miss Luella Barnes was removed l/> her home. 400 Dougan, this morning from Blythevllle Hospital where she had been a patient for several ays followine an appendectomy. Mr. anrl Mrs. Claude Gllin of St. Louis last ni?ht were overnight ;«ests of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Mozart. Cpl. Harvey L. Razer ha.s re- urned to his home in Bradford after visiting here a 6 guest of his lore.s Parker, Peggy Gilmer, Johnny Loggin.s. Evelyn Bowen, Suzanne Angel. Barbara DeBoben, Calvin Cze.schin. Millie Ann Mallory, Jimmy Nelson, Mclba Hill, Bonnie Poff, Dixie Sutton, Frances Dowdy, Terry Vail, Mary Kay Crafton, Lorna P.orncr, Nancy Bratcher, 'Billy Crafton. J. B. Rigg.s, Sandra Long, Boh Childless, Ruth Hale. Forty-one students were given honorabls scholastic mention by the principal, \V. D. Tommey. They are as follows: Bobbie June Killian, Larry Baker, Mona Gaines. Melba Pryor, Eddie Bakes, Dixie Killian, Charles; Booker, Gwendolyn Rhoad.s. Johnny! O'Brien. Diana Zeller, Joe Lynn By Sue Burnett Juat tne type or apron me busy homemaKer ilxes—large enougn protect your frocKs, neat and preuj at tne same time. This one ROCS together in a jiffy—add a tulip applique for pocket trim. Pattern No. 8710 Is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 36, rt8. 40. 42. 44. 46. 43, 50. 52. Size 38. JH yards of pocke' trim. For this pattern, send 26c plus no for first-class mailing, in COIN'S, yonr name, address. O ize desired. »nd the PATTERN NUMBER, lo Sue Burnett. Courier- News, 372 W Qiiincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. Send 25 cents today tor your copy of the Spring and Summer FASHION, our complete pattern magazine. It's colorful, interesting, informative. Smart, easy lo maKe frocks; decorating tips; gift patterns printed for" von. Mrs. S. Beville ' Directs Study Mrs, Shedd Beville directed the Bible study ypsicrriay afternoon at the meet it ig of Ihc WomCns Missionary Union of the N'ew Liberty Baptist Church at the church. Mrs. Malcom Kooncc, president, presided over the session lollowing the study. Prayer by Mrs. -). A. Lloyri closed Die meeting for the Union members and one guest, the Rev. Rus Duffer, church minister. Mrs. L. T. Liirtrtner was hostess for a social hour [ollowing. Lange Round-Up Day Announced Thursday i.s the day which has been selected (or the summer roimd-up for students entering the first grade of Lange school next, fall, it. was announced today. Examinations will begin at 1 pin, at the County HcaUh Unit o'fue. Charlie Belknap, Freda Brecknell, Barbara Griffin, Sonny Stires, Jackie Halstcad, Lottie Stilwell, Pat Hearn, Shirley Lovelace, Rondal Johnson, Bobby Crawford, Jim Gossett, Betty Henson, Anna Jean Lamb, Freddy Smith, Harry Lum, Linda Vowell, Patsy Bartholomew, Barbara Johnson, Charlene Yarbro. Club to Sponsor Film Showing A travelogue film of visits to England, Egypt and the Holy Land, will be shown Thursday night at the Luxora High School under the sponsorship of the Luxora Rotary Club. The film will be shown by George \V. DoHoif of Murfreesboro, Term., well known lecturer and writer, at T:30 p.m. There will be no admi.s- mission charge, and the showing Is opened to the public, It was announced. Al The Hospitals Jllj-theville Hospital Dismissed: Chester Payne. Luxora Patricia Evelyn Crawford, city Mrs. Pat Hillard and baby, City Luella Barnes, City King Shcrrod. City Gaylan McGregor. Steele Mrs. W. O. Sanders and baby, Rt. 1 Cominq Events Social Calendar Thursday Phebean class of the First Baptist Church has regular monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. Roy Beavcs, 833 N. Franklin at 7:30 p.m Duplicate Bridge League plavs at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. George Saliba, Jr., hostess t Thursday Rook.' Thursday Contract meets with Mrs. a. G. Caud:ll. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham hoMes to Mid-Week Club. Octette Club plays at the homi of Mrs. Homer Wilson. Cub Scout Pack 223 meets at thi Church of Christ at 7:30 p.m. Friday Mrs. James Lee Brooks entertain S Tri-Town Club with luncheon bridge. Womans Club entertaining with musical tea at club on West Mai: at 2:30 p.m. Music to be furnishc oy Arkansas State College miartett Friday Contract meets with Mrs :. W. Garrlgan. Zeta chapter or Delta Kapp Gamma has 7:30 p.m. meeting In Colonial Room of Hotel Noble. Saturday Square dance at Country Club Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Lawshe. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Tune, hosts and hostesses, Duplicate' Bridge League at 1:30 p.m. at Hotel Noble. It's a good safety precaution to dampen burned-out kitchen matches at your faucet before yon toss them aside. Even though your wastebasket is metal, there may be paper in it which could start a flame. Vmvell. L. G. Sartain. Billy Mann. Harold Daniels, Betty Tomlin-son, Betsy Bell, Peggy Freeman, Carol Ann Holt. ! Gailya Stihveil, Patsy Harold Wright, Pat Weaver, i brother. Marvin Razer and Mrs. Ra_zer for several days_ Cpl. Hazer is on leave from March Field, Calif. Karl McGregor, City Jane Burnett, Cits- Mrs. Lawrence Little and Baby, Steele Walls Hospital McGregor,; Dismissed: Mrs. James Gracy and baby, city .Mrs. Marvin Razer, City Mrs. Marion Fox and baby, Manila Arch Lindsey. City " Nine-Hour-a-Day Gispness Is Vital for Girl with Career (By NBA Strvlee) Many career girls feel they have discharged their duty to beauty by arriving at the office fresh and attractive. What' happens to their appearance In the course of lh« day's work Is not their responsibility, they feel. Your job may involve meeting a, changing public who, seeing you for only a frazzled moment, don't real- ze you looked better when you >unched the morning time-clock. Or perhaps only your boss and a handful of fellow-employes are subjected each day to watching the itcady downward plunge of your icauty barometer. In either cas«, t's a mistake. If yours is dirty work, like handing carbons or dusting stock, make frequent trips to the wash basin a regular part of your routine. Make a point, too, of protecting Service Program Given For WMS "A Glimpse of Youth Around the World" was the Royal Service program presented for the Women's Missionary Society of the Huffman! Baptist Chureii when the group met Monday afternoon at the church. A devotional by Mrs. Rex Hughes preceded the opening prayer by Mrs. Milton Dallas. Program participants were, Mrs. R. L. Adkisson, Mrs. Torn Dodson. Miss Josephine Hicks, Mrs. Harry Lawson. Mrs. Lonnle. Baley. Mrs. Rex Hughes, Mrs. Billy Ray. *Mrs. George Perry. Mrs, Dudley McDan- icl and Mrs. Dallas. Prayer by Mrs. Dodds closed the session. Paper cuff protectors aid Ihii youne woman in remaining fresh-looking throughout clujr despite griminess of her job, your clothes. The whole effect of » crisp white blouse can be marred by spots on the sleeve or splptches on the front. Smocks serve HA attractive shields against grime. Or, it the atmosphere of your office or shop is more formal, try sleeve guards to keep your cuffs snowy white. These can easily be made from sheets of typing paper, fastened conn-fashion around your wrists with transparent tape. Remember, too, that the role of sooty-cheeked gamin Is not for career girls. To keep looking your efficient best, remember to check your, face for smudges each time yo\^ wash your hands. " Read Courier News Classified Ads. Is Coke on your shopping list ? It's Here! PIN-CURl HOME WAVE KIT NO OIRIEP.SI NO BLOCKING! NO RE-SETTING I If you can pyl up your hoir in pin curli, you can give yourself a beautiful ROBBI Wave. .Sets, styles, waves all at one time. Saves halt Ihe time and work. Leaves hair soil, shining, easier lo comb and manage. AU. 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