The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 9, 1946 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 9, 1946
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NEWS THURSDAY, MAY 9,'ld'iO Aft Teacher Speaker Al Sorority Meeting Art through the ages and the art•fat **>* has jiren the moild records "of hlniiii tt »ere discussed last night if Mrs 1C L. Bradlfev, sculpture -instructor *t Memphis Academy of Art* and art teachei Jwre, last night the Alpha Alpha Chapter of geta —i Kl meeiirig at the home of Alice Salifxi. 124 East ken-i , Jfn Br«dley compared the art "of primitive man and in years before Christ with the art of today, pointing but that although painting WAS how done ..with supplies available at erery art store, lensons for art now arid then are the same. - "An-artist either paints what he "«es in. himself or Uses a mode), "painting it the way It looks to him. He is ne»er content ulth his work and tries continuously to overcome Tome fault he sees." .. 4 The first ^painting was done with earth, colored clay mixed to ninkc •paint, on stone, she said. Later, he 'had crude. materials and although • lils . att has been preserved, his name has been lost. XTfefc speaker.nljo^briefly discussed •art during the Renaissance period. •»he,n artists sucli ns Raphael, Mi- rchelangelp and da Vinci gave theli -work' to the world. She stressed the work of Michelangelo, pointing ou'. ^Jhat. he was a sculptor, and .point'.&& trie famous '.'Cistern Crmpel" bo- •fause compelled. "". Following lier. talk, Ihc group dis- !;<SisiM aft and sculpturing niKl'Mvs. Jlrmdley explained hollow clay nioit- - -elmg, which slie teaches. A bitst of ;J*iss : Sslibs wgs ; iliowii and Mrs. i^radley-'explalned how'it rind been -made.' • - - • • ' As another part of the program, ^Mrs. Dick Watson discusser! lite>-d- UUfe.% Using some ot the great wrlt- •erSi English and Arhericnn, she spokt! •of-Welt works. Telling of the poe- ttry and stories written by Edgar A1- tlen.Poe, she in ye n brief sketch of - -his life 1 , which deeply affected his 'wort other writers which Mrs. Wat- ,sori used ih her discussion of literature, were Robert Downing and ms wife, Elizabeth Barret. O'Hcnry ihtt William Shakespeare, English •poet-and playwright, "whose secret "M ratcftSs lay ih his ability to write labbut people—rich and |>oor, young 'ihd bid ami df every caste." Mrs. Jones Entertains With Luncheon Tuesday Mrs. Hiley B. Jones, of Manila, was hostess Tuesday with a three- course luncheon ct Hotel Noble Jor members of Tuesday Bridge Club of which she Is n member. Tables were decorated with Spring flowers ih attractive arrangements During afternoon bridge games, Jtfrs. Lloyd Sllckmoii .was awarded high score prize and second went Mrs. Jesse Taylor. Group Captains Report At 4-H Club Meeting A meeting of the Forty lihd EJghl 4-H club was held Monday, with WInona Kester presiding. Forty five cliib ' members, four lenders, nnd :hree visitors were present. Lunt Mne Stnllli led the group in -singing. Reports'were given by tiie following group captains: Larry C»ssUly pig captain; Peggy Qucrry, Burdening and cunning captain; nnd "Sonny" Garner, noullry captain. Barbara York and Peggy Querry won first and second place rcspcc - tlvely for having brought the best biscuits to be Judged by Miss Cora Lee Coleman, home? demonstration agent. Mnxlne Nelson, Agues Ward, and 'Cora Mne McDnniel won first, second and third places In the apron exhibit. Miss Coleman discussed the con- frol oC garSeh insects nnd W. O tiazelbaker, assistant county agent discussed the yearbook. U,. of/A. Speaker Bits of KleWs Mostly Personal ., nt. Rev. H. Blniid Mitchell, Little Hock, Episcopal Bishop of Arkansas, will deliver the Baccalaureate sermon at the 72nd Commencement program at the University of Arkansas In June. The Baccalaureate service will be conducted in the Qreek Theater oh the campus :it 6:45 p.m. Sunday, June 2. Huftmah 4-H Club Has Attendance ot 31 A meeting of the Huffman 4-TI Cilib Was heUl Moiiday with 23 members, si* Jeadcrs. and two visitors present. The group was led In singing. Uy Vcrllne Snrrells. Club captaltis who gave reports lit this meeting included: Doyle Hatclicl, pig captain; Katie Farmer, clothing captain: Charles Nelson, poultry captain: and Peg^y Sanders, cookery captain. Gerald Cassidy snd Perry Lee Ad- itisson of the Armorel 4-H Club gave a demonstnitlon On tractor maintenance nnd fai-m safely. Miss Cova Lee Coleman, home demonstration Democratic Women fo Hear Party Leaders LITTLE HOC'k, Ark., May (U.P.)—Gov. Ben Laney, with a taijt on states' rights in the atomic age, will be the nialii speaker at the 15th annual convention of thj Arkansas Democratic Women's ClUbs 1 here next Wednesday. The Governor will address the gathering nt n banquet. accoKlihi; to Jilrs. Kent Jackson, stale program chairman. Dr. R. B. Bobbins of Camden, r Stressing the effect the Brownings agent, discussed control o[ insects nro'maiice arid mrirriag'e had on their '- ''•- — •"-- NaUonui Democratic Committeeman, will be the noon speaker with a discussion of the U. S. Public Health Program. Other speakers Include Little Rock Mayor Dan Sprick. Mrs. S. A. Moore, general chairman. Mrs. Wade tiickett of springtime, nhd Mrs. Agnes Wynne Twltly of Fodrycc. Mrs. E. L. Thompson ot Hot Springs, state chairman, will preside nt the banquet. Mrs. Ci. V. Dnwg nnd son, Vernun, 520 North Hroutlvjny, .spent ytsterdjiy in Halls, Tenn., with Mrs. Daws' mother, Mrs, A. B. Witt. Mrs. Elsie Itop)), HM West Asli, spent yesterday in Memphis, *hcre slie attended Elmo Beauty school. Fred Jerome I'ipkin has arrived home to lie with his mother, Mrs. A. j. Pjpkin, ill East Ash, following his return to thp States from Japan and discharge after undergoing treatment at the Naval Hospital at Grail Lakes." 111. He served op the USS Delta oil his Pacific st'it duty. The Rev. nnd Mrs. L. G. Millei' ami grandson, Jimmy Ray Burden, left this morning for Miami, Flo., where they will allchil the Southern Baptist Convention. Mrs. Miller Is onp of the 50 Arkansas dele- Bates to the Southern Baptist Women's Missionary Union Convention, wlitcji will be held preceediiu Hie [Siiplisl convention. The Rev. •Mr. Miller is pastor of New Liberty Baptist Church. Franklc Myeis is ill of measles nL his home on East Main. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Myers: Condition o! Dr. C. C. Stevens, ill >f pneumonia, is much Improved otlny. He is at lilylheville Hospital. Mrs. James Hill Jr., \vho expect•d to undergo a major operation or a hip injury Tuesday in Boson, will not have the operation lerlormed until next Tuesday. Mrs. 1111, accompanied by Mr. Hill, who jlnns to remain there until after lie operation, is to undergo the operation at Phillips House, Massachusetts Genera! Hospital. Her condltloh Is very iatlsfictory, her physician sakl. William M. Jontz, seaman first class, son of Mr. and Mr*. J. Merill Jont/., 1108 West Chickasawha, u-ill arrive home Sunday to be with his parents, following his dlschar'eo Horn the Navy at Great Lakes, ill. He Is now with friends at Purduu University, Lafayette, Ind., where he received his BS degree prior to en- icriiiB service. A veteran of three years, five months service, he has served In Washington, D. C., nea:-- bortf. Mich., and other points In the United States, W. F. McDanlel, manager of Fed- I'rul Compress Company here, will return Saturday from Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md.. where lie underwent a major spinal o(iera- liun- The operation was successful ami his condition Is very good. Mrs. McUunlel has returned fro/n Baltimore and now is In Maiden, Mo., with relatiyes. At Blytheville Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Jfehe BusicJi, St. Louis, Mo. Elsie Garl'riah, Cooler, Mo. Ronni« c'raftoh, city. Dismissed: Mrs. Roy French, city. Mrs. Jack Adams, Tomato. ~ Baccalaureate Sunday For Luxora High Seniors I,UXOHA. ,Ark., Muy 9. — The "baccalaureate sermon for the senior class of the Luxora High School «ill bo delivered lii the high school 'auditorium, Sunday, 11 o'clock. The following program will be rendered: Prelude. "May Night," 1'almgien; Processional, "Tannhau- scr March." Wagnei 1 ; Invocation, the Rev. J. M. Majors; Solo, "f Talked to aod Last Night," Guln, Ditsv Silliinan; Anthem, "God So Loved the World." Stainer; Sermon, the Rev. Charles E. Lewis; Hymn, "Fairest Lord Jesus," Cru- ader Hymn; Benediction, the Rev. J. T. Self; Processional, "Pomp and Circumstance," Eijler. The music in charge of Mrs. T. L. Stanford. Mis. Jamm Brooks, city. Mis. Joe Elkins, city. Mrs. E. 6. Adams, city. C. M. Webb, city. Fay Talley. sleele, Mo. S. pariiell, st, Louis. C. M. Hood, city. Dismissed: Mrs'i Leroy Cameron, Armoi'el. Caiiaway Wlgglnlon.* city. Mrs. Mary Soulhuid, city. Mrs. Virgil Howell, city. Jim Young, city. Memphis Baptist Hospital Adhiitted: M. Swift. Carutheisvillc, Mo. ,*ork, she told briefly the story of •their marriage, and poems puu- years later written when sh? -him arid loved him only (through tetters. " ~ He wrote to her because of his \interest in a poem she rmd written jplewjtng Tor better condition {or the rhiWren of England. An invalid, ^Khe was lost in despair and it seem-ed that she would die. "His letters tand.their marriage turned her dn- 'spair\ irito happiness, which greatly affected her work, known through rcut the world for ils beauty niut '.tincerrty ih the language of love." ^ During the buslhes^ session, plans .for a Mothers DA\ supper were -made and the group decided to hafe a slipper SlindaJ night at tiie Jfce\l* Club ., Miss Saltba served iefresliinents -of fc-dessert coiihse - n , * • • .•Mrs, Lewis Honored jAt Bridge Club Party , - Mrs. Daniels Lewis of New Orleans, houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. _Corne,Iius Modingcr, was among -guests entertained yesterday nfter- •noon by Mrs. James B. Clark at ^ier home oh Hl^Hway 61 Soiitli. ~ Other guests included Mrs. Rocl- ncy. Banister, Mrs. C. P. Tucker and members of Mrs. Clark's club, Town and Country club. Fiokefs from Mrs. Clark's gar- •deri decorated 'rief home. In afternoon bridge games, high score prize went to Mrs. Banister .»nd.second high was awarded Mrs. Tucker Mrs. Lewis was presented i Bill „ Refreshments vvere served. Mrs. Kirby Hostess To Wednesday Club ^ &!TS Harry kiroy chlcrlained members of Wednesday Bridge Club •and two other guests, Mrs. L. E. Old and Mrs. Charles digger, with > bridge "luncheon yesterday at the .•Kirby home, 814 Chicknsawba. ' Guests were served at smnll ta- •bles on trie silrt iJofch, where Spring Iflowers were arranged in bouquelg. ,f When bridge was played,- high r»core prize went to Mrs. W. H. '"Mirryard and second to Mrs. p. .black. in tiie garden. Jessie Farmer, Kntie Farmer. Fern HufTinun and Peggy Sanders were 1 given 4-H Club torpedo pencils as prizes by Miss Coleman for having brought the best pot lifters they had made. W. O. Hazelbaker, assistant county ngeht,- discussed the 4-H Club yearbook. , Read Courier News want Ads. Men In Service Joe RftclitT, coxswain In the Navy, now Is stationed at Bikini u'here btg things a're being planned in ' connection- «Hlh- the atomic bomb tests. In the Navy 10 months, his parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. E. Uatcllffi did -not hear from him for three months while his ship was en toule lo this destination. Head Courier News Want Ad? Officers Elected At Supper Party With end of this school lerm near. Blvthcvllle High School Reil nuxaug Hoys Ciulj has had several social affairs recently, last of which was, the .slag chicken siippe- susceptible, nnd election of officers Mondi'.y night at the Delta Club. in the private dining room ot the club, barbecued chicken wus served to members and their sponsor, Raymond S. Kcnney. During the business session, Rosco Crafton was elected president; Mack Williams, vice president; JnmcX Peterson, secretary and Charles Leggett, treasurer. Tins Mipncr and election will bi an annual affair. A hoy-ride was given Friday night with Charles Roy Lutes Fs host. Chaperones were Walter Dooley and Miss Alexa- Williams of the High School faculty. Member^ and their guests gathered at tiie Lnlcs home at Dogwood Ridge. Ships Spread folds -,.< All Inhabitants or the wnely Island of Tristan da Cuhha. ih Hie South Atlantic, catcli cold eve»-y, time u -fillip docks iherfe. The ep*i demlc Is produced by germs tet\ by the ship's passenger! and'-ali 107 of the island's inhabitants nro LUCY McADAMS r| Coristiltiirit for .» LUZIER'S ';' Fine Cosmetics ; ' : Comhig Events FRIDAY lion meeting 3 o'clock, preceeded by lion meetiriB 3 oclock, preceeded b; secutive Board meet. Junior Fellowship of First Methodist Church meeting nt the church, 3:415 o'clock. SATURDAY American Association . of University Women meeting at the home of Mrs. B. A. Lynch, 1115 West Main, 3 o'clock. WMC Radio Stars DIXIE FOUR QUARTETTE CONCERT Thursday Nite, May 9 City Hail Auditorium Sponsored by Uice Slix Employees Children 25c — Admission — Adults 50c Continuous Snow* Every Day Box Office Opens I:4» Show Starts 2:9ft UHTBtf TO A1AM >--*• 4.M 1C;«K v.rrl 4:M H DRUG STORE Uoy Woods — Owners — Ralph Nichols "The Spot Where Blytheville Meets" Two Phones—SO? and-508 We Deliver 221 West Main St. CREME SACHET Ky Mary Kent 4 Delightful Odors Gift ^^ r rapI>ell $1.00 plus tax Of FINE WATCHMAKING Thursday and Friday . Vl-6-M's WILD-WEST MUSltALi IHTECHHICQI.OR "JOHN RAY . ANfeRyl! 'I nODIXK • BOLGEK • LAKSIifl fre.l.n Vi,g, n ,a «<> n y FOSTER • O'BRIIN • BAKE! Mctlwie MAIN • Chill WIILS '' crtenayy HAflRY CRANE. 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