The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 21, 1949 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 21, 1949
Page 4
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9AGB FOUlt BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1949 New* Princess Anne and Daughter Amelia Saliba, Society Editor Dinner Party Is Given At R. F. Kirshner Home Mrc. R. F. Kirshner and daughter, Mr». Nancy Trlsler entertained n'lth a dinner parts; Tuesday night it their horn* honoring Miss Jane McAdanu and her riance, Thomas Browning Miller. Sixteen guest* attending the party Included the bride-elect* mother, Mrs. Paul Dee McAdams «nd her aunt, Miss Cliffle Webb. Dinner was served at the dining tabl« and smaller tables. The all white centerpiece on each table striking arrangement of tu- Mrs. Dejarnatt Honored At Miscellaneous Shower Mrs. Jim DeJarnatt, who before her recent marriage was the former Miss Olive Alexander, was complimented Tuesday night when Mrs. Joe Hughes and Mrs, Jesse Hughes entertained with * miscellaneous shower. Twenty one gueste attended the affair which was held at vlrs. Jesse Hughes' home at Up*, gladioli and spring flowers in stock, pastel Oilier shades were arranged in the home. In the evening, a handkerchief shower was given lor the couple, after which a movie of the B. H. S- football team as It was several years ago was shown to the guests. Miss McAdams chose for this affair, a white and lavender printed frock a<id pinned a corsage of violets at her shoulder. Local U. D. C. Members Entertained in Luxora of the Elliott of the United Local members Fletcher Chapter Daughters of the Confederacy were entertained by the out of town member* recently at the home of Mr». T. T. Hudson in Luxora. There wer« It members and three visitors, Mrs R J. Olllespl, Mrs. Elizabeth Sullivan and Miss Wade McHenry present. The three course Uuicheon was served at small tables with each being centered with blooming African violets. Centering the fireplace mnntle was a striking arrangement of wisteria. Other spring flowers in soft shades were attractively arranged throughout the entertaining rooms of the home. Adding to the decorations on the tables were the napkins embossed with the U. D. O. monogram. Following the luncheon, Mrs. Gean Atkins presided over a brief bulnass session. Mrs. M. Fitzslm- mons led the group in the pledge or allegiance to the American flag and a salute to the confederate Hag. Co-hostesses at the affair were Mrs, E. R. Bogan, Mrs. Q. A. Brown, Mrs. 0. B. Wood and Mrs. Ellloww Williams, all of Luxora and Mrs L. E. Cooper of Cooler, Mo. * * • Regular Meeting Held By Alpha Alpha Chapter The Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Tuesday night in their clubroom for a regular business and program meeting. Other than the members there were Iwo guests, Miss Mary Lois Pearson •nd Mrs. James Bass, present. During the business session, presided over by the president, Miss Eutopia Whltworth, plans were completed for the Rush Party to be given Friday afternoon and for the annual Tea to be held Sunday afternoon. Miss Barbara Child, program chairman, chose as the theme of the program. "Control of Happl- 3hlckasawba. An out of town guest was Mrs. Ell» Hugerman of Dallas, Tex. During Ihe evening, vorloua contests and pnrty game were plnyed with prizes being won by Mrs, Dick Rager and Mlw Peggy Bujursky. The gifls were opened by the honoree following the games. Attractively arranged In the entertaining rooms of the home were vases of .pring flowers - " ' shades. Mrs. DeJornatt wore for the occasion a black crepe dress black accessories. Her frock complemented with a corsage of gardenias, presented to her from the hostess. A salad plate was served by the hostesses, who were assisted '-•• Mrs. Fannie Alexander. Dave Rubinoff Honored At Eddie Saliba Residence Dsve Rublnoff, famed concert violinist, and Mrs. Lula Dean, hu mother - In - law were entertained last night at an Informal dinner parly at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Eddie Saliba on East Missouri preceding tho concert. Mrs. Saltb», «. close friend of theirs, taught piano and voice for several years to Evelyn and WiUou Rubmofl while In' Wichita Palls, E. V. Walls. 1201 Holly, Hospital last night his upholstering shop on South 31st Street. He was reported by hospital rhc Rtv. Harvi-y T. Kidd, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, returned from West Memphis where he attended a two-day meeting of l.he Presbytery of Arkansas. ami Mrs. Marcus Evrard had as tlwlr guests for several days, W. Hull of Memphis, Peter John and Mary Tavolacl are now able to be up after having Been confined to their home with the and Mrs. Rodney to Memphis tonight where they will .ubinoff Gives Two Performances •lere; Jean Dickenson Sings Tonight rex,is. The dining table, at which the- dinner was served waa centered vith a floating ' arrangement of jlndioll blossoms in two crystal swan vases. Centering the fireplace ma.'.tle. was a low crystal bowl illed with gladioli. nient." Those participating on the program were Mrs. Robert I. Thompson, Mrs. George Hodges. Mia. Sallba Joined Mrs. Rubinoff ind son at breakfast this morning, and also took thtm on a tour of Blythevill*. • • * Mrs. Wert Entertains Rook Club and Guesls Mrs. Qroven Wren and Mrs. C. E Edds were guests yesterday togethc with members of the Blythevill Rook Olub when they met at Hi home of Mn. Russell Wert. Centering the dining table, a low cut glass antique bowl fille with an arrangement of tulips. Ir nnd narcissi. Crystal and Chin vases of the same arranpcmcti were used to decorate the home. Mrs. Wren won high score In the evening games, with second high being won by Mrs. Albert Enderlln, rooko, by Mrs. Roy Head and low by Mrs. Fxlds. The hostess jerved refreshments of a frozen dessert. Mrs. McCutchen Hostess To Bridge Club Members Mrs. O. W. McClulchen was hos- attend the Me t performance of the opera "Lucia" at Ellis Auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Stlres are vlsitln? wilh their son. J. C. Stlre* in El Centre, Call!., for a week. En- route they will slop in Tcxarkium, where Mr. S tires will undergo a check-up at the Cotton Belt Hospital there. Condition ol Mrs. Bob White, who underwent n major operation at Walls Hospital Tuesday morning, Is satisfactory. Miss Kay Young has been dls- iLsscd Irom the Baptkt Hospital i Memphis where she underwent major operation. She is now at :r home, 110 West Ash. Mr. and Mrs. George L. Muir vlll leave tomorrow for Fulton, Ky. vhcre they will visit for several days Before returning home they will visit In St. Louis, Mo., with their liiughler, Mrs. James B. Cockrai ai.d children. They plan lo retun Mondt'.y. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. A. Eades, Jr.. and Princess Anne of Bourbon-Parma, wife of ex-King of Romania, holi their daughter, Princess Marguerite, at their home, "La Petite Gram ette," (The Little Barn) at La Conversion, near Lausanne, Swltzerlan Princess Marguerite was born March 20. (At 1 Wlrephotu.) fnter mediate G. A.'s Meet with Mrs. Attaway Tne Intermediate Girls Auxiliary of the. Calvary Baptist Church met last night at the home 'of Mvs. Jack AUuwny, for their regular meeting. Opening prayer was offered by Peggy Webb, after which Dorothy Lee Rr.lli.son, president, presided during the business sc.ssion, at which lime the group voted to change ;he name of the organization to World Missionary G. A.'s. Jo Ann Tecilock was in charge of the program entitled, "I Was A Missionary." Others taking part on the Stote Children! Worker To Conduct Classes Here Mrs. 'J. W. Sullivan of Little Rock, who is state chlldrens worker for the Christian Churches will arrive in Blythcviltc Saturday even- Ing for the purpose of conducting a leadership training school for the classes beginning with the beginners class and including the Intermediates at the First Christlar Church. The Rev. Lester D. Strubhar, pas tor. announced that the frst ses sion will be held at 3 p.m. Sunda with classes being conducted cue' evening at 7:30 o'clock through Fri Blytheville music lovers yesterday card Dave Rubinoff, master of le violin, in matinee and night erformances in me American Leon's Memorial Aifdltorlum and onight will hear Jean Dlcketison, oprano soloist of radio fame. Rubinoff's appearance in Blythe- llle was sponsored by the Junior hamber of commerce to provide unds for delegates who will at- end the state convention in Little Rock tomorrow through Sunday. Miss Dickenson is being brought lere for fifth in a series of five oncerts arranged by the Blythe •ille Civic Music Association for the 948-49 concert season. Tonight's concert will be presented In the Legion auditorium. Admission Is by membership card In the association which was formed last fall as a non-profit project to bring good nuslc to Blytheville. More than 150 heard Rublnof; in the matinee program and th< attendance last night was smaller He also made brief appearance at the Blytheville High Schoo Junior High. Central, Burdette an Armorel schools and the Ktwani Club. The stage was moved from th center of the auditorium to th front jf the structure for yester day's music programs and this ar rangcmei will be used again to night when Miss Dickenson sing Rubilloff followed closely h printed program last night and the numbers ranged from compositions by the artist to selections by Chopin, Drdle. Gershwin, Debvissy and others, and each won much applause. The , artist was accompanied by David'Vasquez, who presented two groups of three numbers each on the piano and demonstrated that he ranks high as an artist as '.veil as an accompanist. One of the popular features of the program was variations of Cole Porter's "Don't pence Me In" play- d by Rubinoff in the manner ol le symphonic, John Phillip Sousa, he rhumba. boogie-woogie and oth- varlations. Coming Events i Social Calendar Thursday The C. and N. Birthday club will be entertained at the home of Mrs Bud Lutes at 7:30 pm. The Pathfinders Class of Ihe Firs! Methodist Church will meet at " le church at 7:30 p.m. for a pot luck .upper. Friday The executive Board of the Wo man's Glut will meet at the club house at 3:30 p.m. followed by th regular program meeting at 3 p.m The Alpha Alpha Chapter o Beta Sigma Phi "Rush Party" 1140 Main at 8 p,m. The Past Matrons and Past Pat rons Club will meet at the home o Mr and Mrs. Dan Blodgett at 1:3 p.m. for a covered dish supper. Mr L. M. Burnett will be co- hostess. The C.B C. club will be enter tallied at the home of Mrs. Rais Moon Friday Contract Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. G. O, Poctz. The Alpha Beta Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha will have their Jewel pin Ceremony and Banquet. followed by dance at Lonnle's Club at 1:30 p.m. The Pledge Party for the Rush- ees of the Alpha Alpha Chapter of At The Hospital* Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: E. S Mtiycs, city. Walls Hospital Miss Collene West, Jcmeiboro. Mrs Vi-rnon Osborne and baby, Stecie, Mo. Gloria Ann Jones, Luxora. ^ rom 3 to 5 p.m. Civic Calendar Friday Boy Scout Training Course—7:30 Beta Phi will be held at 8 p.m. at 1140 West Main. Sunday The Annual Tea for the Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sorority Rushees' be held at the home of Miss Lavonne Portlock from 3 t, 6 P-tn. The Beta Sigma phi Chapters wil have their Tea at the home o: Mrs. George Hodges. 1707 W. Holly Box Office Opens 6:45 Shaw Starts 7:00 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. & Sun. Bartain Night Every Night Except Saturday No passes honored on Sunday at Roxy Theatre Thursday & Friday Selected Short Subject! on Robert, returned to their home program were Billie Sue Orahnm, "' ' . _ - i i-i-.l £-..„ /-!-„ I, ., .« nttrl TIsMlllln in Mobile, Ala., after having spent several nays here with Mr. Eades' p Erby Sue Graham and Bonnie Glover. Following the singing .areiit.s, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Eades. the (3. A hymn, the group was dis- Mis. Stevens, Mrs. Erwin Miss Florence Moore Frances Gamill. and Mrs. Pink Caterpillars Jones, Mrs. C. M. Gray, and Mrs. W. A. Dobyns will represent the First Presbyterian Church here at the meeting of the Presbyterian in Jonesboro. April 26-27. Condition of Miss Eunice Brooks, who is confined to her home, 213;s Marpnrite. with a back injury is slightly improved. Miss Brooks has been ill for the past two weeks. Mr.s. Ella Hagcrman. of Dallas. Tex., is visiting with her daughter, Mis.-; Mildred IVagcrman. Miss Hag- erniar. spent the weekend in Dallas and was accompanied home by her mother. Tun my Walters, son of Mr. and Mr.s. Don Walters Is now able to be up after having been confined to Ills home with the measles. day. He also stated that a special session would be held In preparation for the daily vacation Bible school. Worse Than War Fire killed more people In Bos ton's Cocoanut Grove night club disaster than were lost by the invading North . te-vs yesterday when she entertained the Town and Country Club members at her home 716 West Main. In the rooms where bridge was played, vases of spring flowers in soft shades were attractively arranged. Mrs C. L. McWaters received high re in the afternoon games with s. P. D. roster receiving second l>. Refreshments were served by the Taking oQ on the pink elephan Idea, lime, Schiaparelll comes forth with pink caterpillars, o pink straw embroidered to re semble caterpillars, to offset thi black crepe spring gown. Th curling straw trims the pink lined Interior of twin cornuco pias that lop strapless nunibe rs. Halsell Is Hostess 'o La Nueve Club, Guest Mrs. Melvin Halsell was hostess lesday night when she entertained c La Nueve club and one guest rs. Dale S. Brlggs, at her home 13 Walnut. During the evening games high ore went to Mrs. Hunter Sims ith Mrs. Ben White winning sec- nd high. Bouquets of multl-coloted pan- les and splrea were used to decorate the home. The hostess served refreshments f a dessert course. Osceo/a Pupils Present Pageant for Schoolmen Sixth grade students from the O.sceola school presented a patriot pagcnt at the meeting of the Mississippi County Superintendents and Principals at the hiRli school «ud- torium there last night. The parent was entitled "So Proudly We Hail." and told the story of the flag nnd Its meaning o the people. The story was based the questions of a small boy and girl, who apparently did not see Ihe difference in the flag and an ordinary cloth, and was explained with historical background. Approximately 30 attended the meelhiE last night. The next meet- in!:. scheduled for May 18 at Bur- detle. will be the nnmml recreational program and play night and will be directed by the physical education department of Wilson High School. Joy Scout Leaders To Meet Tomorrow Elbert Johnson will Instruct scouters and North Mississippi County District officers In camping and hiking at 1:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Legion Hut. The Inslruction Is being given in connection with a three session series of training classes for scout leaders. The class scheduled to be taught last Friday by Worth D Holder was postponed, and the series will close with the session April 29 Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Thursday & Friday QkMU r. »WC« |n*M OLIVIA de HAVILUND GREGG'S New Brief SHORTHAND Approximately Reduction in Learning Time ,4W™ NU8K SUPS and Oirecled bj Pieductd by UMHl im« • MATOU UIYtt I SMH1 (USIU Selected Short Subject Continuous Showing Everyday Bookkeeping and Accounting Courses BLYTHEVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE «»>/« West Main phone 2415 COMING SOON TO THE R1T7, •UNFAITHFULLY YOURS" wil Rex Harrison * Linda Darnell •RED RIVER" wl'h John Wayne and Joanne I)ru "AN ACT OF VIO1.KNCK" with Van Heflln * Robert Ryan "A CONNECTICUT YANKEE" with BING CROSBY "FIOHTKR SQUADRON" wilh Edmond O'Brien and Robert Slack "TAKE MF. OUT TO THE BALL GAME!' with Esther \Villiam». Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra "LITTLE WOMEN"—.June Allyson, Margaret O'Brien, Elliabtlh Taylor ft Peter Lawford missed with sentence prayers. Refreshments were served by the hostess during the social hour frequent and lc.=s frequent in 11 ye cycks started a declining cycle In So Cool... So Pretty and such a Lit;le Price as seen In SEVENTEEN Summer will be a liqHlhearled whirl in tmm rainbow dicam-dress with ils exciting blend ol luscious colortl A gay butUrlly appliqued bodice ontJ a Iwirling parasol skirl «end you oil lo successes galoiel Cmnae'i Camalin. a )in« rayon Hn«n. Color Combinations: a. whilo wilh, aqua, lilac, navy b. whil* with plnlc, light blue, navy c. white wilh yellow, chailreuse, daik oreen d. b«ig« wilh gr»»n, rust, brown fl* f*™ Q Q *^ iiM 9 to 17. 5 FEINBERG'S For the warm days ahead, Heinemann's offers you a wide choice of deliriously ;oo|, washable cotton dresses . . . for work, for play, and for dress. In smart youthful new styles . . solid pastels, stripes, checks, plaids, prints, and combinations . . . Including chambrays and novelty cheers Junior, misses, and women's sizes, of course. Stop in at Heinemann's and plan your summer now—on our convenient Lay-Away Plan. Illustrated above: Boulevard frock — $7.95 At the left: an Ann Taylor original $5.95 Others to ?10.75 Department Store Across the Street from th* Rttr Theatrt 305-307 W«r Main Ph°ru 3149

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