The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 29, 1949 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 29, 1949
Page 4
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PAGXFOUK BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1949 New* Anelia Saliba, Society Editor Phone 4161 'Annual Band Banquet Held In High School Lunchroom '"» The Annual Band Banquet, given by the B«nd mothers was held last Blftit, j<:30 o'clock, In the high School lunchroom. The affair, which wu » "Hill-billy party" was attended by 100 »uest«. Placed on the entrance door was e. flfure of » mountain boy holding- a pl«. Upon entering, the room wai decorated to carry out the hillbilly theme which Included the "red and white checkered table cloths, wash tubs and boards hanging on «ie walls, lanterns furnishing the Iteht and the music of, "The Arkansa* Traveller." Adding to the decorations were the boys and girls dressed In blue jeans and gingham Lancashire offered the Bridge Club, Guests Meet At E. J. Cure Residence Tlie Thursday Contract Club and guesis were entertained yesterday at the home of Mrs. E. J. Cure, 818 Chlcknsawba. Guests were Mrs. Lloyd Stockmon, Mrs. Jesse Taylor, Mrs. urray Smart, Mrs. L. E. Old and Mrs. Harry Kirby. The luncheon was served at the Mrs. Dyer Complimented With a Surprise Shower Mrs. Buck Housh and Mrs. Burl Wilson were hostesses last night when they entertained with a surprise shower complimenting Mrs. Farris Dyer. Twenty guests attended the affair which was held at Mrs. Koush's home 802 Lilly. During the evening games prizes 1'ouline Wright, Girl Scout Council Elects Officers, Church Women Plans Troop Participation in Parade dinlriuble which held a center- were won by Mrs, ..auline Wright new of yellow and purple Dutch Mrs. James Payne and Mrs, Pat FrlTand the "nailer taWes which Chltmon. The honorce was present- were centered with a low bowl of ed her gifts following the games. nfr^i..TiliM nf the vallcv In crys- Bouquets of roses and orange ow KM ^ \o the a y ttractlv«- blossoms In crystal vase, were at- o) "the decoration. In the home, tractlvely arranged In the entertaln- al bow nesi " Mr. and Mrs. James C. While and daughter, Judy planue, will return to Memphis tomorrow where they will leave by plane for their home In Concord, N. C. Mrs. White and daughter visited here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Thompson for the past month. Mr. Whi I Joined them a week aco. They will be accompanied to Memphis by Mr, and Mrs. Ben Abbott. Mrs, Eugene Still and Mrs. Gean Atkinson were In Wesl Memphis yesterday where the attended a fashion show sponsored by Levy's In whlclv Mrs, L.C.B. Young. Mrs. Still's sister, was a model. They were Joined in Osceola by Mrs. Nathan rooms of tlie home. dreues. Jimmie Invocation followed by a word of i-welcome and «« Introduction of "the guest* by the band president, Howard Bailey. During the evening High score went to Mrs. Henry Humphreys In the bridge games 1 The hostesses served refreshments which followed the luncheon with | of a sandwich plate wllh iced drinks, second high being won by Mrs. Rodney BanUter. Mrs. Old won guest h^j ' high. £ ntev l a i ns the past year olficera were ed. who were J. B. Rlggs. ""I- vice- president. Bill Wunderllch. second vice-president, Mon» Joy Qalnes, »ecretiry and Jlmmle Lowe, treasurer The new band president Bob Blodgett introduced the officers for .-the comlm year. They are as follows; J. B. Rige«. vice-president, -•Mona Joy Oalnes, secretary, Joe Bay Price, lrea»urer and Carol Ann •• Bailey, librarian. 't Preceding the aen-lm o! the des- r'iert courae, Jlmmle Lowe led the • Wroup in the alrwim o« several Wll- i'wily selections which Included. " /L " Shell be Coming Round The '^Mountain" end "You Are My Sun- f-vu.. » He also presented the spec" for the evening, at which ...... he introduced Don Whitney, ind Ms nitar. of KLCN and Ray •' Tumtr and his fiddle, from Brooks "'Music store - They entertained the "r'troup with several songs and a : iklt. •' Robert Llpscomb. band director, prevented a gift from the mo - t in appreciation of his efforts Dessert Bridge Is Given By Mrs. Edwin Robinson I Thursday Rook Club Mrs. Dale Horn was hostess yes- Weinbcrg. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Halnes < cub Mrs. Edwin Robinson entertained with a luncheon at her home. with a dessert bridge yesterday at The dining table and smaller ta- her nome 634 West Main for mem- bles at which the luncheon was serv- bers of the Octette Club together cd were each centered with an ,it- wttl. two guests, Mrs. W. C. Gates tractive arrangements of tulips in and Mrs Marvin Hoblnson. a crystal vases. Roses and other return tomorrow from Hot Springs, where Mr. Halncs lias been for Hie past three weeks. Mrs. Hatnes joined him there last week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilson went to Nashville, Term., yesterday where they will attend to business over the weekend. While there they will be the guests of Miss Ix>rraine Oltiham. The dining table was centered spring flowers in crystal vnses were with a striking bouquet. o( red roses, used to decorate the home. sm-inz flowers were attractively ar- In the afternoon card games high Spring flowers » ere " tra "'"' y Mrs. Nevlll Blnkcmorc Mr», Catet winning second. score went to Mrs. Nevlll Blnkemorc i Mrs. Fulton Ellis receiving sec- high and Mrs. T. W. Goforth, I rooko. Mrs. Harrignton Hostess Mrs. Ford Entertains To L. E. W. Club, Guests Bunco Club and Guests When Mrs. Glenn Harrington en-1 tertalned the L.E.W. Club yesterday tess to e, she was also hos- two guests, Mrs. James Rhoads and Mrs. W. P. McNeill. to the band. • . Quests who attended were W. B : ; Hicholson, Miss Ro»a Hardy, Miss !;BMie 'iff Terrell, Mr. and Mrs ..Omar Steyeni and Mr. and Mrs. :^Lip»comb. :',; Mn T. L. Bailey and Mrs. Jerry • -Hearn were in charge of the chalr- "Wen for the Yariou* committees ;'iwhieh were: Mr.. Cecil Lowe, ent- '• ;«rt»lnment, Mra. Kay Hall, food '-and Mrs. Jesse M. White and Mrs. 'VR L. nedman, decorations. They •-:wer» assisted by all the band M'Blothtn. festive air of spring. Bunco prize was won by Mrs. Floyd Seay during the games with Mrs. McNeill receiving high score and Mrs. Roland Warrington, low score. A dessert course was served by the hostess during the afternoon. • • « Mrs. Dickinson Hostess Mrs. Max Graham niul Mrs. B Klttenger were guests yesterday with members of the Avalon Bunco Club when Mrs. Eddie Ford entertained at her home. Mrs. Raymond Shamlln won high Mrs. Gene Ellis winning low score and Mrs. Kittengcr, bunco. The home WHS decorated wllh vases o( mock orange and snow balls. Following the games the hostess served refreshments of a sandwich plate witli iced drinks. Mrs J. J. Johnson returned lust night from Atlanta, Ga.. where she was the guest of her niece. Mrs. j. C. Brown and Mr. Brown for the past week. Mrs. James R. Mead is 111 at her home at 417 North .Broadway. Her condition is improved. Mr and Mrs. Robert Francis Nichols of Osceola are the parents of a son born last night at the Hospital The couple's first child, he has been named Robert Francis II Mr Nichols Is the brother of Mrs. Leon Smith and Mrs. Harry Wecdman of Blytheville. Mrs A J. Pipkin Blid son, Edward Lue left last night for St. Louis Mo where they will attend the wedding of their son and brother, Fred Pipkin to Miss Norma Colson of St. Louis. They will be accompanied home by Mrs. Pipkin's daughter, Mrs. Leonard R. Phillips, Mr. .Phillips and children, CHUCK Mrs. Glenn O. Ladd was re-elected* president of the Girl Scout Lone ' Troop Association Council at a meeting last night In tlie Scouts' Little House, in Walker Park. Other officers named were Mrs. Hugh Whllsitl, succeeding Mrs. Cody Eaton as vice-president; Mrs, Leonard Johnson, re-elected secretary; and Mrs. Eaton, succeeding Mrs. Leon Oenning as treasurer. Mrs. J. P. Garrott was named chairman of the Little House Committee and Mrs. W. II. Campbell chairman of the publicity and hospitality committee. Final plans were made last night for seven Girl Scout Troops to participate In the parade observing na, tional Boys and Girls Week next Friday, and for a Couit of Awards to be held at the Little House liiwn May 29. All Girl Scouts winning rccognl- Uo|1 01 . advancement will be honored at the Court -of Awards, am for the Arst time in the association' history, the leaders of the seven troops will be awarded recognitloi pins. The pins are to be awardec according to the length of service Mrs. Ladd heads the service Us with 10 years of Scout work here Mrs. Eaton has seven years, Mrs Whttsltt five. Mrs. Johnson three Mrs. John Miles Miller, two. am oilier leaders one year of service. Special awards are to be awarde> the two high school assistant lead ers. Miss June Stires and Miss Mar Jo Euton. Coming Events Sociol Calendar Friday P. T. A. "Dad's Night" at Lange >choo at 8 p.m. Civic Calendar Sunday Boys mid. OirLs Week, May 1-1. Monday Junior Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors—7:30 p.m. Tuesday Lion.' Club, Hotel Noble.. 12:15 American, p.m. American p.m. Legion Auxiliary— 8 Lopion —8 p.m. Wednesday 5 Club Noble Hotel—12:10 Thursday Rotary Club. Hotel Noble--12:10 ,m. Friday National table tennis champion exhibition. B'ville "Y"—4 p.m. Boy< and Girls Parade— 5 p.m. North Mississippi County District Bo\ Scout Camnoree. Saturday North Mississippi County District Boy Scout Camnoree. To Observe Fellowship Day Tlie Blytheville Council of Church Women will celebrate May fellowship Day for the fifth time, a week from I day, with a special program stressing "Freedom'- Foundation— Tlie Christian Home." Mrs. William Wyatt, president of the council, -;aid today that the program would be conducted at '2:30 p.m. at the First Methodist Churc'\ and would be directed by Miss Mainmie Adams, youth director of the First Methodist church. The annual fellowship day is held to stress unity in Christian service, and Is divided into three sections—growing sense of unity, joy of Christian fellowship, and the power of Christianity In a day of need. Mtss Adams will direct a play, prepared for Fellowship Day'by the United Council of Church Women, "The Citadel of Faith" by James Bretthcld. Jimmie Gossett, Bob Edwards, Jackie Estes. Billy Jackson. Carol Ann Bailey, Betty Jo Jones, and Marjorie Cagle will particl- >ate In the playlet. During a business session a spe- Inl fellowship offering will be taken, and the funds will be retained ocally for completing council pro- ects. Mrs. Wyatt said that funds collected here would go toward the Well-Child Clink's, which the council has sponsored here for the past fear. Following the program the group will have a social hour. This Is the only council program In the year which stresses fellowship and th« only meeting where emphasis Is on social rather than religious activities. Mrs. Hugh Whltsitl is In chaigi^ of the social hour. Mrs. Skeiton Hostess To Methodist W.S.C.S. The Women's Society of Christian Service ol the Lake Street Methodist Church met this week at the home of Mrs. George Skeiton for a regular meeting. There were 18 members, one new member, Mrs. Z. M. McGee, and one visitor. Mrs. Lacey Gordon, present. The devolional, "Mediation." was given by Mrs. Gordon followed by prayer by Mrs. W. L- Ureeu Mrs. in charge of the study Skeiton To Bridge Club Members Tlie Double Tour Bridge Club was nterlalned yesterday at Die home I Mrs. Gene Dickinson. Red roses, narcissi and -Legion Hut Is Setting ii'For Anniversary Dance j. Trie Twentieth Century Club had "ihelr lourth anniversary dance last '•Biliit at tht Hut with apprcxi- . ! m»Uly 100 *ue*ts attending. Hosts and hostM»« for the affair were Mr. and Mr». Charlw Blttner, Mr and Mra. Blan Heath, Mr. and Mrs Lynn Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Luttrell and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ucllamey. Th* refrertunent table was cover ed with a white cloth and centered .-with a crystal bowl filled with an arrangement ot spring flowers and flanked by white tapers in crystal holder. Inscribed on the cloth which draped over the »lde s of the table ner« the words, "Happy Birthday" in large green letters. Each guest Ttaa presented a favor with the tn- acrlption of "30th Century Club 1M6-4B.- Youth Fellowship Meets I At Methodist Church The Intermediate Youth Fellowship of the First Methodist Church met last night at the church for a covered dish supper. spring The tables were covered with flowers In china vases were arranged Uvhite cloths'and centered with an hroughout the rooms where bridge attractive arrangement o! tulips was played. . ] and wlgellas in crystal bowls. Following the supper, - group C A ol Oklahoma, who will remain here (or the summer mouths. Alviu Harris is now able to return to work after having been III at her home at the Veterans Housing Quarters for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Beshnrse have as their guest, Mrs. Besharse's mother. Mrs. W. P. McNcill of Wichita Full, Tex. Her son. Thomas McNeill will arrive tomorrow morn- Ing,' nnd they will return home by plane Sunday afternoon. J. A. Leech will go lo Little Rock where he will attend the wedding of Miss Peggie Leal St. John of Little Rock to Moreland Boyd White of Osccoln, which will be solemnized session on the subject of "Racial Relations." She was assisted by Mrs. George Stilwell, Mrs. Billy King, Mrs. C. T. Shnmlin and Mrs. Iverson Morris, prayer was offered by Mrs. A. L. Mrs. Stilwell, Lewis after which president, presided during a business session. Following the closing prayer by Mrs. W. W. McNeill. a dessert course with iced drinks was served by the hostess. Box Oflkr Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 Opens Sunday 1:00: Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. & Sun. Bargain Night Kvery Mght Except Saturday No passes honored on Sunday at Roxy Theatre Last Time Today Ride the Pink Horse $1 Specials Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1 : 15 ^ Show Starts 2:00 ^ LISTKN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 1Z:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Last Time Today RED RIVER Mrs. Lynn Brown was high score winner In the afternoon games with second high being won by Mrs. Ed Cook. Refreshments were served by the hostess after the games. T. N. Club and Guests Meet with Mrs. Blaylock Mr.s. Bob Blaylock was hostess, yesterdpy to the T. N. Club and' two guests, Mrs. Herbert Childs and Mrs. Richard S. Ra;,er, when she entertained at her home. In the afternoon when bridge was played, high score was won by Mrs. Goidon Henley with Mrs. Child! receiving bridge. Gladioli in soft shades were used to decorate the home. A salad course was served by the hostess following the games. at the Second Presbyterian Church. J. J. Hargctt returned from Fort Worth, Tex., where he/attended tlie games, contests and relays were funeral serlvces fro Eugene Pickens. Registration to be Held For Pre-School Children Registration for pre-school child- i who will attend Central School 11 be held at the Health Office iiirsday. May 5. from 1 to 3 p.m. was also announced that one of e parents be present at the regis- ition. player under the direction of Mr. ami Mrs. Bill Jontz. The group worked on their community service project after the recreation hour. Program Meeting Held By Gosnell W. S. C. S. Tlie Women's Society o[ Christian Servire of the Gosnell Methodist hurch mel yesterday at (lie churcil [or a program meeting with eight members attending. Mrs. Hargctt and daughter, Darlene will remain in Fort Worth for three more weeks. Dr. Vise to Attend Dedication of Temple Dr. Alfred Vise will attend the Dedication of the new Temple in McGehcc, dining the weekend will rabbis from Little Rock. Pine Bluff Fort Smith. Hot Springs and Belle ville, Dr. Vise also tak At The Hosnitals Blvthevllle Hospital W. L. Hughes, city. Rev. E, C. Hecksher, ousitig Quarters, city. Mrs. Utho Barnes and baby, Bar- elcl Road. , W: lls Hospital dismissed: Mrs. Wendell Jones. Veteran lousing Quarters, city. Mrs. R L. Maxwell wa.s In charge part In the dedication ccrcmonie . . . of the devotional and was a-ssisteil by Mrs. Clarence Montgomery, Mrs. Lee Hill. Mrs. Marvin Rast. Mrs. J. C. Dr.vls and Mrs. Mervin Cook. Follow'ng Ihe business session, refreshment.', were served by Mrs. Maxwell, hostess, the dedication banquet. Before leaving tor Pine Bluff an McOehee, Dr. Vise will conduct Memorial Service tor Rabbi Stephc Wise, New York, at Temple Isra in Jonesboro at the Sabbath Sen Ices there tonight. NEW TIME PAYMENT TERMS! ON ALL General Electric Appliances 10% DOWN 24 Months to Pay 8 Cu. Ft. G.E. Refrigerator, $24.50 Down, $10.30 a Mo. GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE 410 W. 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