The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 19, 1949 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 19, 1949
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BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.j CQUBIBB NEW». THURSDAY, MAT It, 1$4» Society Mfe ttaMta. Society Miter / Phone 4461 Helen Seymore's Is Announced Engaged lit . O. Beymore to- and son oj Mrs. wedding to b« «!. to July will be announced 0 °w 130 empiuy cu ••H>e Mid-South Alpha Delta Chapter Has Meeting In Colonial Room I The Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta felgma PW met yesterday atler- "oon in the Colonial Room of Hotel Noble fora regular program,^whlch . flent prided over the business durtag which time reports' were heard from tie standing commit- VMrs Roy Walton presented the program and gave a talk on an- ^MteHrT protrmrn, refreshments *ere served by the hostesses, Mr*. JErne«t Roe was dismissed toda from Campbell's Clinic In Mem phis where he has been a pallen for several wet-lei and Is now at hi home, 1815 Chlckasawba. His con dltlon is improved. His daughter Mrs. Joe Evrnrrf and Mr. Evran went to Memphis to accompany him home. Dr. and Mrs. Louis F. Huben- and family have as their guests Mrs. Hubener's parents, Mr. an Children's Story •lour to Be Held Each Saturday Blythevllle children of elementary school age will have a story Hour! nee each week beginning Saturday, I t was announced today by Mrs.] J. W .Adams, publicity chairman I or the Blytheville Junior Service! Auxiliary. The scries ol story hours Is to b* sponsored jointly by the Blyths- vllle Public Library Association and the Junior Service Auxiliary. I The younger group, composed of I children of (Iret, second and third] grades iwcs, will meet at the Blytheville Public Library at 9:301 o'clock each Saturday morning, and I the second group, made up ofl fourth, fifth und ilxth grade children, will have their story hour «tl 10:30 o'clock, also at the Library.| Mrs. Hermon Oarlton, a member of boch the Blythevllle LI- brary Board and the Junior Service Auxiliary, has b«*n named] . , . Mrs. A. Harbort of Dunnellon, Fl They plan to visit here for sever Dell Seniors Win Honors weeks. .. Miss Helen B , OI » .„ ,.-. „, .- Lloyd Roberts, son or as'the final meeting of the year. Mr ind Mri . D» n Roberts. Is an- Mrs T H' Caraway, the new presl- nounced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. a. Seymore. Andrew Abbott. Moses' and - Mrs. Charles Mrs. Rager Is Honored At Herbert Childs Home • Mrs. Herbert Childs ,and Miss Peggy Bujarsky were hostesses last night when they entertained with a dessert bridge and surprise shower complimenting Mrs. R. S. Rager, Bridge Luncheon Given By Mrs. Monroe Grain Mrs. Monroe Grain entertained the Wednesday Club members with a bridge luncheon at her home yesterday, 1834 Holly. The luncheon was served at snm! tables which were centered with a white bowl filled with yellow paus- les. Adding to the decorations on the tables were the yellow place mats. Spring flowers were arranged throughout th«x home. Following the luncheon, bridge was played with Mrs. Baker Wilson receiving high score nnd Mrs. Films- worth Black, second high. . Condition of oarolyn Belew, who underwent an operation at the Baptist Hospital In Memphis Monday Is improved. Her mother, Mrs. P. H. Belew Is with her. ban Arniy Jr., son ol Mr. and Mi's. D. H. Arney. 213 South 20th n Blythevllle, has enlisted In the J. S. Air Force and Is now stationed with the 3701th Training Squadron, Lackland Air Force Base, San An- :onlo, Tex. Condition of Mrs. L. M. Burnett, who was dismissed from the Blythe- vllle Hospital yesterday, where she underwent treatment there for several days. Is Improved. She Is now at her home at 1010 Hearn. Mr. and Mrs. Cl.iience Stewart and children, Nlta and Margaret will arrive tomorrow from St. Louis Mo. to spend their vacation here with Mrs. Stewart's sister, Mrs Rudy Walton am Mr. Walton. They plan to be here for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Bailey have as their giie.sts. Mr. Bailey's brother, Cecil C. Bnllcy and Mrs Bailey of Long Bench, Calif., and Cristobal 'anatiifl Canal Zone. Mr and Mrs. Bailey and their guest will leave Saturday for St. Louis Mo., where they will attend Ih wedding of their niece. Miss Iron ice rvuAiiiRi j t **•*• ™-^». • chairman of the project, which the groups plan to continue Indefinitely. Present plan* call for two members of the Auxiliary to serve OH alternate Saturday mornings, with Mrs. Joe Pride Jr., and Mrs. Blun llcalh hnving charge of the groups on May 21 and Mrs. J. Guard and Mrs. Alvin Huffman Jr., on May 28. This is me of the first projects the newly-formert Junior Service ixillary. .vhoie pur|»se is to rosin te rest among Us members In clal, economic, education. c«Io cultural conditions Jn Blytlie- lie and to encourage volunteer rvlce in these fields. . . . , who will leave this month to Join her husband, Lieutenant Rager, who i . is stationed at Weisboden. Germany. M rs . Proctor OpeaKS Twelve guests attended^ the _aff air | _ _ _____ which was held at Mrs. Child's borne at 324 Dougan. •J 'During the evening, bridge was played with high score being won by Mrs. Rager and Mm. Jim D«Jamett receiving low score. Following the games, Mrs. Rager was presented her gifts. •i Vases ot spring flowers In pastel •hades were arranged throughout the entertitalnj'rooms ol the home. Mrs. Bess Proctor of Little Rock was the speaker when members of the Odceola Junior Progressive Club met here this week at the Methodist Church. Mrs. Vernon Aslon. retiring president presided with the business and Mrs. Madeline Allen arranged th* program. The hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. Mitchell Moore »s clmtr- mim, Mrs. 3eorg« Doyle, Jr., Mrs 'eiu. who formerly made her hoi Blythevllle, to R. Olcn Putto nlch will be solemnised In th Webster Grove Methodise Church Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Corey we: Memphis yesterday where M [orey consulted her physician. Condition of w. E. Gillespte, wh as dismissed yesterday from th Blytheville Hospital where he in erweut treatment there for a wee s improved. He Is now at the lion f hli daughter, Mrs. Vernon Then sson at 309 East Davis. IIIHU, ml.T. *J*-«»P«' ~ — J--, -- • Prank Edrington, Mrs. O. W. Silver- Mrs. Clark Entertins Bridge 1 Qub and: Guesls Mrs. James B. Clark was hostess yesterday when she entertained the Town and Country Club and two guests, Mrs. Walker H. Baker and Mrs. Russell Parr at the home of Mrs. Jo« P. Pride Sr.^ > In the afternoon bridge games, high score was won by Mrs. Baker with second high being won by Mrs. R. M. Logan. The home was decorated with crystal vases filled with mixed spring flowers. * : Refreshments were served by the hostess after the bridge games. " • w • Literary Club Meets •; Members of the Literary Club in Gsceola met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. George Edrington, with 20 members and one guest, Mrs. W. A. Wright, attending. Serving as co- hostesses were Mrs. H. J. Livenstein, Mrs. P. D. Johnson, and Mrs. W. A. Steed. • During the fcrlef business sesjlon, Mrs. Rube Boyce was re-eleoted at the program chaiiman. . Mrs. JetUe Driver was the guest speaker and gave » poem entitled '"South Star" b:' John Qould Fletcher, an Arkansas poet. A dessert course and iced drinks A'ere served as the refreshments. Watt, Mrs. Ambrose Tealord, Mrs N. a. oartwrlght, and Mrs. Dick Prewltt. Edna People. Ann McDermolt Both the honor student* at Deil High School, Miss Edna Peoples an Miss Ann McOermott. had about S» averages in their erodes for to years. Miss McDermott, valedictorian, it the daughter of Mr. and Mr I D McDermott and Miss Peoples Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lex Peoples. The baccalaureate services will be Sunday, and commenceme next Thurday night. The 15 seniors and 10 or 12 members of the Jun class will leave June « for a week's tour of pol.iU south, including N Orleans and Gulf Port. Coming Events Social Calendar Thumb; May Day Breakfast held at the rst Methodist Church from f to JO a.m. Friday Mrs. Alvin Hardy will entertain he CB.C. Club. Mrs. IJoyd Whittaker will be ostess to the Friday Contract Club The Friday Club will meet at the ome of Mrs. James C. Guard. « • • Civic Calendar Wednesday Girl Scout Lone Troop—8:00 B m Thursday Rotary Club, Hotel Noble—12:1 j.m, Chamber of Commerce Board o: Directors—2:30 p.m. Dr. Thome* Parran, former tur- «on genera) at U» United Stale* >uWic Health Servlct, predict* that within 10 yetri syphilis will cease to be a major health problem. Housewife Catches Ghost! PILES Hurt Like Sin! But Now I Grin Tbouuad* cbaBC* iron* to aria*. Otlf a toctori' formula lo iell»v« aiycoraiow rf piles. wv ronaua lo rc s. Stilt druffisU by •oMTh Ion * Minor cltaJ* SurprHiM OU ..Alllitiv* relief ot pain, uch, 1 T.nd. to aofUB. s&nt sw<lUac. UM -InclorV w«y. G«t tub* Thorntom * Minor'. Rectal Ointment or Rectal Bw DObllorlM todny. Tallow libel dlMctloaa. Tar ui« at all dru« stores •v«rr*fc*>» Box 01 (let Opens 6:43 Show SUrts 7:00 Opens Sunday 1:M; Starts 1:15 Continuous Show* Sat. A SUB. Bargain Night Every Nifbt Except Saturday No passes honored on Sondaj at Raxi Thaain Clear Lake W.M.U. Meets With Mrs. Butord Hoynes The Clear Lake Women's Misslon- ,- y Union of the Baptist Church «l in the home of Mrs. Buford iaynes yesterday for their monthly Roynl Service Program. There were 1 members and three visitors pre- ent. -,. . . Topic ot the program was, Christ he Answer In the Home." Those aklng part nn the program Includ- d. Mrs. E. Cox. Mrs. Dan Beard. Mrs W T. Smith, Mrs. N. Worsley, Mrs: J. T. Simpson, Mrs. Mab»e Harmon and Mrs. Ford. Mrs. N. Smith gave the devotional and prayer was ottered by Mrs. E. A Austin. 'The meeting was closed wltn singing of, "Into My -I"" 1 ?-'' . . Refreshments o( a salad plate with iced drinks were served «y me hostess. Annual Spring Fair Held In Bfythevi'Je 'Y' Rooms The Ora Y Girls of the Blythevllle •Y" together with the Jr. Tri Hi | Lost Meeting of Year Held by Lange P.T.A. Y group held annual spring evening. Approximately 100 children from Lange, Sudbury. Cor.tral Yarbro and Junior High Scliools participated. Tables were arranged throughout the room with some being decorated with a vase of roses and others with displayed articles for sale. Theme for the fair this year, was "Utilities for Kitchen Use." Each group prepared handmade tea towels, oven gloves, fringed napkins, tablecloths, aprons, pot holders and as a specialty, matching vanity sets Following the fair, a sort pro- pram was presented on the stage decorated In various colors representing each group. Emily Damon opened the program with a piano, solo, "Saber Dance." The 7th garde Jr. Tn Hi Y group presented a tap dance followed by the Sudbury 5th and Mrs. Montandon Hostess To La Petite Club, Guest Mrs. J. F. Montandon was hos tes« Tuesday when she entertalne< the La Petite Club at here home an one guest, Mrs. E. J. Cure. During the bridge games, hlg score went to Mrs. I. R. Colema with Mrs. Eric Whltley receiving second high. Attractively arranged in Ihe home were vases of spring flowers. The hostess served refreshments of a desert course. • • • At The Hospitals ' BlytheTllle Hocpltal Dismissed: Mrs. Curtis Freeman, city. Mrs. Sidney Craig, city. Walli Hospital Dismissed: Linda Atkinson, Steele, Mo. Baby Ruth Koehler, Dell. Mrs. quy Culp, city. Mrs. Sam Guy, Lllbourn, Mo. T. Faugnt, Cooter, Mo. Dean Storey, city. 5ance Recital to be Given 'n Memorial Auditorium The annual dance rccltnl of the Hockie Smith Sludio of Dance will be presented Friday night »t 8 o'clock In the-American Legion Memorial Auditorium. Approximately 85 pupils will participate In the recital which will consist of ballet, tap and toe dancing. Baptist W.M.U. Holds Royal Service Program Circle Three of the Calvnvy Baptist Women's Missionary Union met Tuesday night at the. home of Mrs. j M Ross for a Royal Service Program Miss Marie Harnish was \lsitor at the meeting. The meeting was opened with prnyer by Mrs. P. H. Jcrnlgan with I lOHOWeU uy Vllt .J" J -- 6th grades'in a song specialty, The Fountain In The Park." The Lange Gra Y group gave a novelty in black face entitled, "O Dem Golden Slippers." The Yarbro Gra Y gave horn numbers and solos were offered by sue Jobe, Kiy Jote, Patty Dyer, Eusanne Angel, Alice Fraz- ler and Betty Burger. , • The program was concluded with a short skit given by the Central group representing one ot the Ora Y meetings. The ,guests were serv- ijin/t. "i • — - _..._ i prf refreshments after the proaram Mrs. Leland Hodge giving the Bible « !air ^ M - Rr ^ rnBed an d direct- study. Mrs. Bculoh Lloyd was in | ^ ^ Ml5s , K , t herlne Wood, faculty advisor for Lange Ora Y and Mrs. Charles Srlngsteen of the Y was ' Lee and Top Film Cameraman Dies ot Heart Attack HOLLYWOOD, May 19. (/P)— Death has taken Joseph A. Vnlcn-, tine, 48. one of the dim Industry's top cameramen and an academy award wlnnei. Valentine, who died Tuesday night , of a heart ailment, woii the oscar (this year for his color photography In "Joan of Arc." Previously he had been nominated four times for his camera work. He started In Hollywood as a still photographer in 1922 and turned lo movie cameras iu 1937. charge of the program and assisted by Mrs. Ross, Mrs. Powell, Mrs. Herman Mays, Mrs. UO. Rollison. Dismissal prayer wns offered by Miss Harnish after which refreshments wei-e served by the hostess. Jl»»d Courier News Want Ads Wesleyan Service Guild Meets with Mrs. Moore The Wesleyan Service Guild of the Promised Land Methodist Church met last night at the home ot Mrs. Clarence Nfoore for a regular meeting with 10 members attending. Mrs. J. M Veasley was in charge of tha program. During the business session, reports were heard from the various officers. The group wns dismissed with the repeating of the Lord's Prayer. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Hurel Walker. Dr. Edna Hies Is Hostess To Baptist B.W.C., Guest A steak fry was held Tuesday night at the home of Dr. Edna Nies, 514 West Main, for members ot Circle Seven of the Business Women's rcle of the First Baptist Church, icre was one guest. Miss Carol in Holt and nine members present. Following the steak fry. the group Id their monthly Royal Service ogram, which was opened with ayer by Mrs. Georgia Wall. Mrs. Thclma Atkins, president, presided iring the business session. Mrs. Maurice Luttrell was In large of the program and also gave he devotional. She was assisted by ttss Jewel Lee and Dr. Nies. The meeting was closed with cir- e prayer. The Lange Parent Teachers Association met yesterday at the school for the test meeting of the Mrs. Paul JolK save the spiritual thought, "Be Still and Know Tlat I Am God." Tile program entitled, "America" was presented by Cathy Wood, sixth grade student. Following the program, 'he sixth grade mothers were presented corsages and were ulso honored during the social hour. During the business session, a report was given on the P.T.A. Convention in Little Hock in April bj Mrs. Farris McCalla after which the following officers were Installed [or the new year by Mrs. E. E. Hardin; Mrs. McCalla, president: Mrs Leroy Huddleslon, first vlce-presl dent"; Mrs. J. ^. Bef.sley. second vice-president; Mrs. Ben Harpole secretary and Mrs. H. H. Mathls treasurer. Foliowign the Installation, Mrs. McCalla appointed her committee, and chairmen. They Include, Mrs larold Sudhiiry, character an piritual; Airs. I. R. Coleman. Con ress publication; Mrs. Kusse Hays, health and summer round ip" Mrs. S S. Washburn, member hip; Mrs. R. A. Nelson, music Mrs. Byron Moore, parent educa. ion: Mrs. Don Smith and Mr Beasleyi programs; Mrs. Paul Job lublicity; Mrs. Leon Smith, read ng and library service; Mrs. Fo rest Moore, safety; Mrs. Joh Jparks, school lunch; Mrs. Glen Ladd, visual education; Mrs. J. Ciunn, budget and fi«' nee and Mrs C. F. Austin, hospitality. Mrs. Hardin was presented a life membership pin in the P.T.A. Room count was won by the firs grade and refreshments were served during the social hour will} Mrs O. O. Harciiuvav and Mrs. H. H Mathls in charge. "For years I'd been haunted by gray- nes« in my waslies," says Mrs. Guy Pitts, 1223 Lawndale, Royal Oak, Michigan. "That's why I was so happy lo discover New Perk Soap, Why, Perk gets my clothe* so snowy white, I'm positively dazzled. You bet, with New Perk, grayneas doesn't stand a ghost of a chance in my ashes T Like Mn. Pitts, you'll love eric, too. Only Perk contains rmocfl, the mirade ingredient that takes grayness ml, puts new whitenes* m your clothes. Get Perk today 1 Thursday & Friday „„ -YMIHEFllll-SUS.llHMWW!) 1 i HUSHlU.' > ummi amu'iimi '""•'' Short Subject When a man gets to where business interferes too much with his pleasure, it's time for him to drop business before business drops him. ANNUAL SUMMER COLOGNE SPECIAL!' three exciting TUSSY "Miss ArkRHSH* 19fifi" Becky Mct'all SUcy I^arge 8 ox. s! Now only Dr. Vise to Conduct Sabbath Services Friday The first anniversary ol the as- Inblishmcn of the new State of Israel in Palestine will be celebrated at Temple Israel tomorrow night, 8 o'clock at the Sabbath Services. Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi, will devote his sermon to the development of this idea and will discuss Theodore Herzl and Chnhn Wclzmann, Jewish leaders. He will also review Weizmann's Book, "Trial and Error." This week, Jews all over the world are celebrating tills anniversary. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday BOLICK THE HOME PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHER HyihnBit f«r a tin days U tak* eaaMra »U«io tack, pint M.T Here's your chance lo havo a whole summer cologne wardrobe— at really refreshing savings! Each fragrance come* in a smart, square bollic— with a thiny briss cap, to da your dressing table proud. Have a fragrance for every raood— don't miss this Tussy cologne sale! int of t t fioial ictnt, uilh Prtoff m Approval <j> By AppwwtMctit. Only • C«|| 541 — HOTEL NOBLE F1.OWER MART, «<lrn<:« tflilau and iMtnJtr MIDNIGHT, •» r.taric lul lilting fiagranti . . . touched nith mj sleiy Tu»»y Summer Colognes.. 8 ounce sue., each $l,ri]us tax, Woods Drug Store Blytheville JUNE ALLYSON- PETER LAWFOBD MARGARET O'BRIEN ELIZABETH TAYLOI-JANET LEIGH ROSSAMOUAZZl-MAtYASTOt Selected Short Subjects Continuous Showing Everyday Popular Priced Gifts for Graduates of Senior & Junior High Schools • "We Gift Wrap and Deliver Free" • „ STATIONERY— ' Formal and Informal, plain or personalized. MINIATURE PENCILS— For the purse, or sterling. LUGGAGE TAGS— JLuclte in Colors, plain or personalized. PERSONALIZED TISSUES For the Purse, attractively boxed. SCRAPBOOKS— and photograph albums. IN THE BOOK LINE— Dictionaries—Thesaurus—Atlas—Bibles Birthday Books -Diaries—Zipper Note Books AND Fountain Pens—Pocket Reminders—Book Plates- Phonograph Record Plates Samuel F. Norris Stationers — Office Outfitters — Printers Across from City Hall Here Come Lively youngsters prt-ltll Poll-P-ftot Shoes give chcm itccnuom w«r tests before they arc approved for production. Thai'* ' Si* Wtut Pn-Testinz Hunt to You' EitiiriinfertMiMtt. Bed Only Pol I '-Parrot *5 45 to*5 95 WE 2 oo<

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