The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 17, 1947 · Page 4
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FOOT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS £ Kmil.v \Vixson, Society Editor J\/euti PJionc -161 State UDC President Hond'red in Blytheville - Mis^Ruth lovel! Hardin of Forl SmllhJ' president of the. stale dl- \ision «o[ unllsd Daushters of the Confederacy, was guest of tlie Elliott Fletcher chapter of U. D. C. k litre yesterday wnen she was honored with a one o'clock luncheon ft the* home of Mrs. Sterling Price iarttn. 800 West M:ilu St. Mrj. 6y Welch was Mrs. Martin's eo- Shnj;jng honors with Miss Hardin were .Mrs. Thomas D. Rambo ol Forrest City, state divisions parliamentarian; Mifs Carrie Hardin of Fort ^jnith and Miss Mary Sweet of Forrest City. Vfitr; c president also was guest .jspeaker and discussed "Alms' I ahrt Objects of the Divisions," .The'* Martin home was unusually altracjlvely (jpcorated with japoii- Ica and red-bud a'rransemonts. Centering the five small uiblcs Where"" guests 'and members were E^rvecCIwcre miniature vases of the 'R. C. Rose or Jloselnnd. first vjce nfjfjsMeiu, wiio presided in the. ab'senojf ot Mrs. James B. Clark, ^president, icrt the pledge of alle- IgiancejJ Mrs.jLangston Hostess I To Blidge Club, Guests rjrair Cleo Langston entertained members ol Town "nd Country Olun gild four other guests yester- 1 day afternoon with a bridge party! at heir home on Main Street. | Guests other than club members l^crc Sjrs. P. D. Poster, Mrs. ,.W.'- M.' er.z'e, Mrs. James Hili Jr., and| rs. Edvdn Robinson. .. ' J M:&-;. Laiigston \vou High 'score, prizj "in aftenioon games' .and sec-; 'olid high went to Sirs. Foster. j '.The-; homo was fcorated with • bowqiigts cl 'Spring flowers. Refreshments ',vcr c served. ^ . • *|i\ ; * ' Glutps Entertained By M^s. Cunningham : Sprmg boucpiets cf pansics^ _hy- ttcintii* and iiis .decorated the C. A.tfcunningham home, 9U3 West Hearrfj yesterday-when -Mrs. Cim- niughMn cntcrtaJncil members of. the \TOdncsday-Oiuj3j and ;Mrs. Jcr-i Theitlable from v-'hrclv the t\vo- . ccmrsqjHmichcon Was served was centecc<l with' ah airangeincnl ol pansics."* , 1 _ ;• Mrsjjj'JHarry Klrby . won ; high . score V4irize in bridge., games and dU high was av,'arded to Mrs, bhariejs Rose of Rcsolnml. Mrs.^Heath Hostess To upublfciG. Members - MrsJJiBlan B. "Heath was hostess Tue'scigy night..to, rnembors of the pqublei.ifC} Cluh <xnd three other EU'esis,'t^lrs. Jimmy Lee Brooks. Miss .v.nrv "?jo Hall and IMrs. Virginia Smith". " " ' ' '' Mrsf S a nford - ; rjoone won high score 'prize when bridge was played during thl evening and second Men went to Miss Prances Little. Thej'Heath home was decorated with "mixed flowers. The hostess • served.'retreshments. i •-'..» CeleKvates Birthday When Joan Mntheny celebrated her i«h birthday this week, she f.was honored with a'n afternoon •party'given-by Mrs. C. R. Roba- spn. {Jefreshnients served included "birth c}3 y cake. Mrs:'*Melton Speaker At Central PTA Meet 'Mrs;., Maude Melton, secreta 1 / of the Pjirst Methodist Chiircu, V.is- ciissedf'Mor.-.l and Religious Training in-the Home" at a meeiivuj of Central School Parent-Tcaclicr Af- sDCiation held yesterday afteracon it the? school. Mrsj; H. W. Wyllo had cnnrje of the program.' During the business sessions, iif- licers~for ths new year «•„•;•.; installed. They arc Mrs. Hay llnU. president: Mrs. Hvigh .\Vliitf.i' 1 . \k e president; Mrs.' Lconimi Johnson. secretary; Mrs. Cecil Graves. tn\i.s- urer; .and Mrs. feam Williams. hl>" toriartr In the room count, the third grade received first place and sixth gride, second place.'. Plants to Be Discussed At Woman's Club Meet Bits of News Mo-ltly Y Do// Contest to Begin Tomorrow, End April 25 Insects detrimental lo oinumen- tal plains will be discussed by W. O. Hazelbaker, assistant county agent, at the Woman's Club mcei- jiig tomorrow afternoon at the clubhouse. 'Mrs. B. A. BugB Is leader ot|-=— the program on "Division and GUI- i Mrs. George sliamlin has return- in, c 01 Biijbs." |c<l to her hojnc In Kon Smith af- «ostesses will be Mrs. Russell tcr havliiR been the i;»est here Barham, Mrs. E. L. Hale, Mrs.: several days of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. J. T. Weslbrook and Mrs. Jodie Na- | Sliamlln and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. bers. . Sliamlln and families. Also guests of the two families for a few days was MIS. Shnmlln'.s sister, Mrs. Virgil Wood of Paduciih, Ky. Mrs. J. A. Orr and son. Joe Orr, Jr., plan lo return the later part of A doll contest sponsored by the this week to their home in college Senior Trl-Hi V, high school girls station, Texas, ufler having ucen of Blylhi'ville V, nill i>cgin lo- <hc guests of ro!:itii'C.s and frli'iids morrow and continue Ihroiiuh next here. Friday, April 35. | ..^.s. Ira WciltcM'.s and Mrs. Scot I Categories for awards will be M\-y spent Tuesday in Memphhi. the most cuUslnnclliig doll, oldest r--'_rf. Gene Jteaunn and dauKhlor tioll, largest doll, sHinllcst doll aim O f Uenvcr. Colo., iiiiui to l)c the rag doll. • guests here sevrrnl weeks of Mrs. liiitry fees arc 10 cents for each ncnqau's motlur. Mrs. .les-se Incy. doll and the contest is open lo Miss Fay AleMiiuI'T has relufncd all girls. Each may ha,vc several to her home In Walnut, Miss., after entries i having heon Ihr i;ui'st here n few A loving cup will ue presented days of her sister. Mrs. Mik? M<for the most outstanding doll and r oncy, niul Mr. Mcroney. ribbons awarded to ctiier winners. MJ'.S. Guy Den Henderson, wh'J The doll;, are lo be taken to Ihe has been uiulei'Kntni; Ircatment ct St. Joseph Hospital in Memplils, I has hcen removed to her hom^ at I Ml West Cliickiisnwba. M. K. Crawford of Gosnell, who I IIOK b^cn inuU'ii'.oii 11 : IrrMtmenr foi 1 ' a broken hip ut Campbell's Clinic t]i Memphis, wa.: removed toriny lo his home. Mrs. .1. W. Purtle has beer, ad- jnilted to Blytheville Ilo.spitti! to undergo treatment' for a hand injury she received in an accident, at her home yr^teulav. Mrs. Frank Y. Love ot Janesboro wili arrive this afternoon to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P. until Sunday. She is coming especially for the reception Friday night honoring Governor Jatncs Folsom of Alabama. Miss Rose Lynn Yules, formerly of Blythnvlllc and now of Flint, THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 19-17 B.H.S. Senior Ploy To Be Presented Friday, April 25 The annual Blytheville UHj School senior play will be presented next Friday night, April 25, in Iho high school auditorium, it wu.; announced today. The two-act play will have a wl of DO members. Added attructions will be pantomine apd miuic between acts and the coronation of senior queen, Miss Jo Anne Shanks, by Ihe clnss president, Owen Hiu-' rlson. Y roo/.is in City Hall lor eniry. Luxora High School Seniors to Present Play Book Club in Luxora ' Installs Officers tor 1947 IAJXORIA, Ark., Apr. 17. — Mrs. Charles Howard was hostess to the Luxora Book Club Tuesday night in the home of Mrs. W. C. Howard. Tile new officers for the club year 1947-48, Mrs. Tom Callis, presiden 1 ,, Mrs. .Charles Howard, vice-president, Mrs. John Thweatt, secretary, Mrs. A. 03. Jilll, -treasurer, were installed by Mrs. J. I. Mlflhn. Mrs. II. \V. Nichols, reviewer for the ,meeting, reviewed, "Peace ot -Mind" by Dr. Joshua Loth biennial). 'Mrs. Ancll Montgomery fras •welcomed In the club as a new nietr.bsr. Mrs. R. T. .Ballcw. retiring president, was presented nylon hose by the club members as an appreciation for her sei'Vicj. Visitors were Mrs. W. C. (Howard mid Mrs. Harry Stanford. The hostess served a salad plate. At The Hospital* IJI,VTIIi;VJM.E liOSI'ITAf. Admitted: Krerl lican, city, Mrs, J. W. Pin-tic, city. Call Hay Melton, Manila. Dismissed: Mrs. A. B. Ilugan, Manila, Mrs, J. W, Boswell, city, Mrs. Russell Kooncc, city. W.M.I.S HOSI'lTAI, Dismissed: Leonard Terry, Tyler, Mo. Mrs. Cluy Mallhews, city. Mrs. T. S. MuCulelien, Stecie. Mo. Mrs. Andy While and baby. Route 3, city. iJelly fine Mills, Route 1, clly. Harold Crecich, Cooler, Mo. Mrs. George Flag, Manila. Mrs, T. N. IJennelt, Dell. Sammy Wesl. Route 1. city. Mrs. .!. D. Smith, city. Charles Rlknrd, Steele. Mo. Mrs. M. K. Adaway, city. BAl'TIST HOSPITAL, MKiUI'lfiK Dismissed: Mrs. Charles O. Weedman, Blytli«- ville. ST. JOSKl'M HOSPITAL, MCMI'IIIS Dismissed: Mrs. Cl. Ben Henderson, Blytlie- villc. Baptists Obtain 62 Members in Special Services In a baptismal service las; night' at First Baptist Church, 40 of 62 people who became members of the church during last week's Evaiigdla- llc meeting were bniitlzciJ, the Rev. E. C. Brown, pastor, said todi-.y. Six other people will be baplibal next' Sunday and IB others joined oy letter. j The Rev. Mr. Brown said Hint tills was believed to be Ibc largest number of additions in the history of the church made during olio I evangelistic meeting. I The Rev. J. T. Brown of Kslill. S. C., conducted the meeting and Ralph Churchill of Port Worth,' Texas, directed tiie music. Rabbi From Pine Bluff To Speak in Blytheville Rabbi Morris Clark of Pine Bluff, pastor of Temple Anshe Einctn, will be guest speaker tonight, 8 o'clock, at Temple Israel, Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi, said today. He will speak on Palestine and will present some pictures of the Holy Laud. A social hour sponsored by the Temple Sisterhood will follow the meeting. Husbands! Wives! Want new Pep and Vim? Thous;m<f« of couples arc weak, woni-oui. cx- haoslctl sokly U-canw) l-wly Im-Us iron 1-or new vim. vitality, Iry Oslrox Tonic 'I ar>!<-la. Contain* iron you, too, m »y nwd fur pen; nlno vitamin Hi. del regular $LQO*i7.c now only b'Jcl At nil tlruy slyrc8 overywlion. 1 — WOMEN 38-52 YEARS OLD-DO YOU SUFFER THESE FUNNY FEELINGS? also disclo.'iefi tliat plans ivere being made for presentation of a Negro Minstrel. II. S. Halsell is new assistant scoutmaster of the troop, which meets weekly. due to this functional 'middle-age' cause? tf you're in your "40'a" and this functional 'middle-age' period peculiar to women Is causing you to iuffer from hot flashes, nervous Irritability and, weak, tired, high- strung feelings-then do try Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms. This great medicine is famous for this! Taken regularly — Plnkham's CompouJicl helps build up resistance against such 'middle-age' distress. Thousands have reported benefitl It's also a grand sto- machic tonic. Wot Hi trying. VEGETABLE COMPOUND •I/UXDSA, Ark.. April n.--Tlie senior class of the Imxora rush School will present the play "Call •Mo Mike" in the school auditorium tomorrow night, at fi o'clock. The cnst of characters includes: Kcnry Taylor, a middle-aged man, Rp.Ip;i -Mitchell; Ma Taylor, his viiie, Kathleen Held; Bobby, their tiVenty-vear ol c i son, J. T. Conner; N , -Michael Smith. Bobby's friend. " u '"- s James-Ford; Uncle -Abe, an ugnd colored man, Thomas Johnson; S. Joseph Baxter, a banker. Gilford Douglas; Minerva, his wile, Jim- mic Lee Garrison; Jane, his daughter, Charlcne Garner; clarauellc, Lee; Leila, a small-town belle,- Betty Sue Walker; Antoinette, a foreign countess. Nell Gray. Home EC. Group Gives ] Fashion Parade at PTA Girls o fthc Home Economic class at Bnrdctlc School gave n fashion parade for 50 members of Burdeltc Parent-Teacher Association at their monthly meeting yesterday afternoon at Ihe school. Mrs. Max Usley. is head of the Home Economics (up.utmcnt. The (students also presented a r.kit oivjgooti manners. "Mrs. i,. 11. Autry was chosen as delegate to the state PTA convention which will be held April 2J in Little Rock. Room count prize was awarded to the second grade class by Mrs. Shed Bevlll. L. H. Autry Speaker At Lange PTA Meeting •Representative L. II. Autry discussed the Federal Aid program when he spoke Tuesday night at the annual Lange School Parent- Teacher Association "Father's Night" meeting. •AJvin Huffman Jr., j'ead the president's message and Lange Front Troop presented a minstrel. Mrs. Coady Eaton .was the director. Refreshments were served (luring a social hour with Mrs. Charles Pcnn presiding at the table. Auxiliary Will Observe Birthday April 29 Here The American Legion Auxiliary birthday will be observed April 29 and plans for an affair in celebration of the occasion were made Tuesday night at the regular Auxiliary business session at The Hut. Committee members chosen to make arrangements for the birthday meeting were Mrs. Eddie Burks, Mrs. Joe Scruggs, Mrs. W. J. Humphrey. Mrs. E. L. Crouch and Mrs. Eti B. Cook. lAs a part of Tuesday night's program. Winnie Beth Buckley presented two readings, "It Takes a, Heap of Living to Make a Home" and "The Duel." Mrs. Mai^in Lane, president, showed a film on Mexico, presented In conjunction with Pan American Day observances. A report was given of the district meeting held recently in Osceola. Assigned to Sea Duty Edward C. Stik-s. seaman first class, sou of Mi", and Mrs, W. L, Stiles of Ulylhevllle. is sm'hi'i nL'o.Mi'Cl I lie dcstrora- USS Moa',,; mid Loroy n. Owen Jr., seaman .second I class, son uf Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Owen Sr. of Luxora. is aboard the cruiser USS Columbus, the Navy announced totlav. Betty Woodson Honored Miss Betty Woodson of Blytheville is one of seven students at Virginia Inlcrmont, Bristol. Va., who has been named for membership In Phi Thctft Kappati, national fraternity lor junior colleges. Miss Woodson is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, E. B. Woodson. 1515 Chkkasawba, and was graduated last Spring from Blytheville High School. Walters Have Son Mr. and Mrs. Donald Walter are parents of a snn born at Walls Hospiial. He is their first child. Mrs. Walter ir. the former Miss Joan Bombalaski. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Bombolaski. Coming Events FRIDAY Chapter N. P. E. O. Sisterhood, meeting'a.t the home of Mrs. C. M. Smart wit.hr Mrs. Smart and Mrs. Lloyd Sticknion as hoslcKs. Open Door Sunday School Class of First 'Methodist Church will have supper at home of Mrs. Cal B. Gossett at Burdellc. 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