The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 13, 1947 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 13, 1947
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SSFHKT TWO SOA1 I3LYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUKS'liAY, MAY 13,'1917' EMilr WiJUfcn, Society Editor r Phone 401 ry Society s,Circle Meetings meetings of the .Woman's 1417 Soc»elj of First B"i>tlst iftre held jesterdiy ai«.'- t,Y*rioU£ members' homes Joe McFnll nas ho less to 11 •others of elide One fen wliicli 'Mrs Victor!* Gi)t*it fca\c the M)°><Wm Study lesson Mrs J J. Ccok" and ' Mri M c *>»> lw « lcd f'ayers Mrs C E Johnson wao holies- to lie T»o, for vihten Mib Iheo- B Logan gave the Miuion Sti clj : Johnson gave the (k\osiou^i »nd Mrs Logah and Mi M W Tjewis led the 10 incmbTi in prnyci Circle Three met, with Mrs Trmn Holman »Hh eight members -ittuirt mg Mis Marlon Willlim-, 1<\1 h •prayer and Mrs C W Afflict, pic- seiitcd the Mission Study , Mis Fbb Cir«m Hid M's K G L'Cash led: prayers for Circle Fom .which met with Mr.;. Walter Bishop lytrs Bishop taught the Ml^lcn Study lesson for the eight member 'present When Circle Five met with Mr 'Robert :Grimes. seven 'members wer present Mrs S M Hood and Mi..Charles Newcomb led prayers n\i *Mrs. Newcomb gave a retjoyl ot Ih? iF'suthefii 'Bsp'-ist Convention held in St» Louis Mrs. Joe K-'Waddy was hostess lo 12 members of Circla Six. Mrs. E. C. Brown led in prayer nnd Mrs. C. S. Cienxms gave the mission study let iOU. Picsbyterian Women l'*Have Circle Meetjngs Tlie Woman s Auxiliary o[ _._. Prcsbjtenan church met yesler- Dell Senior Honor Students Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. Earl McCircgov ari'i Osceo/o PTA Meeting Delayed Until Thursday OSCEOLA. Ark., May 13 — The ineetlng ol the Osceola PTA schedule for tomorrow hits been postponed until Thursday because of the appearance of the high .school band at the Memphis Cotton Carnival, Mrs C. W. Watson, president said today. Marcla Lou. have return- Kcw time for the meeting Is 2:30 •d home from Ripley, Tenn., where Thursday afternoon with the high hey spent ft brief lime with 'Mru. .school sludcnls in charge of tlie McCirer.or's parents, Mr. and Mrs. program. A meeting of the exeeu- ' live committee will be held al 1:UO and the .study course will bo conducted by tlie liev. b. T. Lawrence A. A. Newman, Mrs. Clifford Councllle was, loj nive undergone a back ojferiitlnn ; late this mm-nlw. at the Bixntlu Hospital i|i Memphis. She was admitted Snlurdny for the operation. Mrs. Stella Davis is able to ne out after umlersoliii? a lonsilectomy :il ttlylhevlllc Hospital, Mr, and Mrs. R. L. I ogglns will no to Ihc C'llf Coast tomorrow to spend a week's vacation in Biloxl ai"i other Coastal points. Mrs W. N Stanlon of flaytown, Mo., Is the guest of her, sister, Mrs. I E. IJ. Ferguson, and Mr. Ferguson, At Tfce Hospitals BLi'TllKVILLK HOSl', Admitted: Mrs. D. j&. Hoblnson, city. O. E. Workman Jr., clly. J. I. Galnes, city. Taylor Layton, city. C. I,. I'urcell, city. Dismissed: . Mrs. -I,. M. Cha]>pell r city. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: •' Hilly Wayne Bayroh. Cooler. Mo. Mrs. D. J. Stoole,.Stvd;!. Mo. Mrs. Jixmc.'i ThdiiiDsoo and lja>:y, city. " ; ; scholarship, dell Watklns, the pianist. Last year's winner of the "Miss I The Choir presented a rrogivmi Arkansas' title was Miss Becky Me.- yc-stcrdiiy inoining at -Diytlievillo Coil of niytheville, who was run- [ High School. ncT-up In the "Miss America' con- i >— test held. In'Atlantic City, N. J. at 2 o'clock. Two y Groups Combined for Party, Wciner Roast Mn'ilii. 1 Cook Evelyn .loyce ItliosnK Mnxlnr M'cCook, <l:mt;ht?r of Mr. nnd Mrs. hhciby McC'uuk, hn been rmiuccl valciltuluriim and Evelyn Joyce liliouds, :!mi!?liinr nl Mi. and Mrs. A. J. ItlVnuls'of Blylhcvillo, suliU«lurl:in of Di'll Senior Class. Muxlnc Is odlloi'-ln-clilcr of Ihu "Annual Stall", vice |)i'p.s»MH oi the I'Utilie llcmos cf America nnd sccrnuvy of Die .Student Council. Joyce is renrctury-liTHstircr of tlic t.enlor class, uctivily 'editor ol lli<! •'Annual SUifl" and a member ol the P. II. A., ,ie)i Rtini'l and Student, Council. The Knnt-Nanie-lls and Ilubba Hubba Cira-Ys <jf Hlylhcviiic Y combined Biitiirday nfter'noon for a "hobo" party and weiner roast at Walker Park. En route tr> the park, the "hobos'-', dressed for the occasion. Ijeg- for an Indefinite time. i ge<i n put of beans at the Joe Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Jomikln of Co- Hester home. lumijin, Mo., left' last nifht to re- 1 Miss Alice fialiln. staff advisor turn to their home after spendin;; for both !;rmips, was assisted in en- a week hero with Mrs. Jonukln's tertnlnlnj; by Junior leaders I-'riin- fnlher, P. II. Cutler, and sisters, ces Dowdy and Mnry Dowdy. Mrs T f Seav, aiiri fnmllv, andi . --------------------M «l. Vi^nrSltWa^ 4r«,ore/ 4-H Memfccrs to return to her home in O;iklan<l,| Have Fisll Fry, Gt/WlCS Tenn.. after, spciullnn 'Mother's pay 1 \DeMolay Confers Degree \Oh Mothers of Members OHCEOLA, Ark., May 13. — The j Flower Degree of the Order of Uc- I Molay was coiiferrcil on mothers of 20 members of the group at a Molher's Day meeting here yestcr- iliiy at the Masonic Hall. The initiatory degree was con- ferrc<| on three new members. They were Steve Ralph. Jr., Stanley Jones and Clarence Wilson. I.. W. Williams was In charge of the program liml Prank Sanders conferred the degrees. Mis. Crocker Married To Nebniska Resident Mrs. Frances 'Elizibcth Crocker of Blythevlllc became the bride ol Edwin Montgomery of North Pintle, Nebr., in u-ceremony Saturday .al ilO.a.m., in Oitcola at the home of the Rev,. Mr. Scwell. retired o'itisU minister, who officiated. •Mrs; "J. 1 n. u;ou::c of 'Blytlievil! WHS the matron of honor- nntl Charles Thomas Clouse .served us best man. day afternoon and last night In circle 'groups - for regular business and program sessions * Mr^ H. H. Houchlns was hostess and Mrs F D Underwood co lieu- '/." Mr. and Mrs. ,1. Fi. Clonse were 'less to 11 members of Circle One j host mid hostess with a reception Mrs R P Kirshner gtue the de ] following the ceremony. > \otional and Mrs E R lancashire * the program, "Am I Happy?" tak en form the book Ihj Kingdom | Ccme--Beginning in Me", prc- ^Ee'ited .at each meeting, Mrs. Robert E. Lee King and Mrs. t :<H,jgh Nelson Thompson of Cleve" .land. Miss., guest or her sister, Mr.=. Samuel P. NOrrls, -Mr. Morris, and .Mrs. King, were guests. Mrs. Roy Walton 'gave' trie." prft- gram for circle Two, which met with Mrs. J. E. Beasley. Mrs. A. F Dietrich was co-hostess. In nrtdl- . tioh to the nine members present were two euests, Mrs. E. A. Rice and Mrs. C. M. Gray Mrs. Farris McCalla was hostess to"'.nine : members of Circle Three, for which Mrs. L. S. Hartzos, guest, presented the program. Mrs. B. C. Bailey and Mrs. J, Fisher were hostesses to il members of Circle Four at the Baile\ home. Mrs. Erwin Jones gave the. program. Mrs C M Gray Auxllmty piesi; dent, was a Riiest \ ^ Mrs. G.'W. Dillahunty gave the de\otional and Miss Je/el Sn Uh, the program for the Busmen vvo- men s Circle, which met Ijst nlgnt with Miss Bess Hall nnd Mra. ByVd Wickham. ' . Takm from the book 'Thy WiH }>e: Done-Now V, the program subject was "Brothers or Bombs." Mrs. vThompson Mrs G W Diilihunly uid Mrs La\el f i £ . Mijes we e rue-.t.'; other than the 13 member'; attencl- Ivirs. Ray Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery will make their homo In North Pintle. Programs Presented At Baptist Meetings Mrs. Charles Liuloid was hostess to Circle One and Mrs. A. Ti. Bratton Hostess to Circle Two yesterday nftcrnoon of -the Woman's Missionary Society of Calvary Church. Circle Cue men-line, which nine members ami a *sltor, Mrs. J. P. Hocctt, attended, opened with th prpnn rcpfatiiii; the Lonl'r, Prayer Mothers Are Honored By Sorority Chapters Mothers or Alpha l-Kilta nnd Al- ]>hn Alpha Chapters or Beta Slu- iiin I'lii Sorority mrmlKT.s were honored \vllh social nffairs Saturday and .Sunday. ' Alphn Delta Chapter entertained Saturday with a luncheon nt the Mirror Room of Hotel Nohie. Tables 'were, decorated with bouquets or irises, wyfjella and other Spring Ilowers In attractive arrangements. I'lnce cards of miniature Spring buuqnels were used. lOach Kiiest of honor 'whs presentcil a Mexican hundblown glass ivy ju!5 in violet and a(|iia. Alpha Al])hu Chapter motliev.s were honored with a supper Sunday nijjiit at linstlc Fun The six lables where they were served were decorated wllh low bowls of rases, piinste.s and other Sjiring flowers. Mothers from out or town wcrs Mrs. LnMnrr Boyd of Drew, Miss , iiKilher or Miss Bette Boyd, null Mrs. D. II. Nelms of Oakland, Tenn,, moMier of' Mrs, Ray Whltihston. Third Grade Students Honor Mothers at Tea here with her Whlttinidon. and Mis. was the M> daiwhicr. Miss Bette Eoyd. •Ijicnt. ij.i:.) anil .Mrs. Iji>!nh Wil- llniihiini mid daufjhtor, Mlchele. ol Miami, Tin., are xuerils ol Lieu- . Armorel 4-:i Friday Club members ga- Ight at the school Mr. Whiltlngton. i), tl , C( | Inrr Bojd of Drew. Miss.. I foothiill'iil-id"' for'a" fish fry. Funds lotliiu-'s Uay Biiest of her| fm . thR cvollt W( ,,. ( , f rom ti le award presented the club when It chosen No.' 1 -l-II Club of isstppl County. Lyman Ileuson was in was Miss- "-"• • "' . n nr i 1 ijyiimjj 111:113^1" »TU" 111 (Miar^C lenant Wllliiiftlidiii's brother. W. J.' of \ h( , , |fr .,j,. nss i. stc( |. by w . T. Willlii'ihain. and familv; his .sister, Mftti ,, 0 i|r riol)I)y vinson nlu , Rtiy Mrs. Sue White, rather, O. T. WM- c]o , „,,,., [iml B!imcs WC rc llnphahi. :iiul nil ol Blylhovllle and molher. Mi's. -Rnbyn 'Wllllnghain. who nrrlvcd here Siitiirclny from Milan, Tenn. played durinft the evcnliiK. Teachers were special i;uests. Osceo/o Giri Will Seek Miss Arkansas Honors O.7CECI A, May 18 — Osccola's di:lrija!c I- the "Miss Arkansas' (:6:i1e:it to ho held In Helena June 25-2(1. will be chosen here June 11 when the Osceola Junior Cliain- hcr of Conimcrce^Eponsors a heauty rnnlril ht. the high school athelelic field. Bill Nicholson, president of (he JayceCs announced today. Winner of the contest will compete with entrants from all over the slate nt the beauty contest to be held In connection with the Eastern Arkansas Young Mens' Club convention at Helena next inoiuh. Winner of the "Miss Arkansas' title will be presented a $1000 cash Hendrix Choir Presents Two Programs Here The'concert presented ln«t night by Hendrix College Chapel Choir. Conway, at First MCtho'dlst Church featured violinist Dnnald Warmack nnd conlrallo Mary Elizabeth Bate's J. nken Metcalf, olioir director cotulueteil the concert. Mr. Warmac.k presented "O.-Bonc Jcsu" Palestrina, Bacli's "Rejoice aiur Sing" and "Romance" Wieni- awskl. Mls s 'B.Ues siinij "Cav.itina" Raff- Cain; "Deep River" Burlcigh., and "O;ir Mctliers " Metcalf. Sfilollsls for chorus and quartet numbers were Glenn Finnell, baritone; Beverly Stewart, soprano; Thomas Mills, tenor; Anne Scobee, contralto: Jean McAnally, soprano; Mary Eliraueth Bates, contralto; Thomas Flanigan, tenor and Robert McDanicl, baritone. Corrlis R. Arnold was the organist and Lyn- ' Continuous Shows Every Day Bo* Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN •0 a.m. 12:45 [i.ra. . 4:39 no.. Listen f o Showers of Blessings Over KLGN Tomorrow Morning of 8:30 a.m. Sponsored ny Church of The Nnxnrcne Tuesday Beast With Five Fingers willl Holier! Alila & Amlre:i Kins Continuous Sliuwiue I'vcr.vila'y Heh'cted Short iillbjcc Is Wednesday Thursday and Kridsiy annmlly. .Students formed a receiving line to greet the 37 motliers who at- lendcd, with each punll seating his own mother. I hen pinniiiB a corsage al lief shoulder. Tlie students presented n brief program of poems nnd songs about mother. Dick Foster told the story of the origin of Mother's Day.and Ell/nbeth Ann Fowler presented "Kiirdncss lo All Mothers." Refreshments of punch wjth cookies were served. Mrs. J. T. Westbrook, the "lucky" mother, won n cake inscribed with "Mother." To form a selling .for the affair, he room was Irnnsformed hilo an 'Indoor flower garden" and pictures of mothers bordered the room. ing. Refreshments each meeting. were served at "The biggest event of Ihii jcnr" Is the way third grade students at Central refer to their annum tea lnw Is the class teacher nnd since she accepted the position several years ago, the. affair has been held in unison. Followhii; a bilef business session, '.'Our Co-Operrvtive Program". \va s presented with Mrs, Huhiirl" 'PKlsuro'ves, Mrs. Diirvisll ^^ mnsfoni and Mrs. John HoliiK-s. | fr>l . lboii . „„,„,„,.,._ Blvcl , hlst Prl . Vlio was .in flmi'BC, tnhlna l»i't. (] , nl t , sc , lom . Mlss Mnrj , O ut- L'lie grCLj: was (hsmvssecl by Mvs.. Iccatl. \. I (Mrs. P. _!t> cave the cpening iiraycr for Circle Two. Mrs. Mm England conducted the business :es.'.ioii and - .ill's. B. L. Vastbindcv in.d charge of the program. Mrs. aiul" save, the devotional and issislinf! mi the proBvam were Mvs. Cara Pniitt ami Mrs. J. W. To:n- inson. Mrs. 6. Wilson led tin; clos- inj! prayer.' Refreshments were served during social hours following eilcr session. Paily, Shower Honor ~Miss Alexa*Williams . Miss Alex a Williams o't Blytlic- (f ville High School faculty, wis lion|l •- r^rt H,f ni»ht by tell iw i member of the GEO Club with > nirprls shower at the club u»;<cly pirt uhen Mrs J C tills Jr and Mi< [^ Dorothy Jean Higgmson were >ios tosses at the. Ellis home. Tliev en- terlamed^th a dessert brulge The hotn* -was effectively ci-co- rited in Spring flowers foi tlic occasion with boucju-ts of ro«e<; on each table Other thin me.nLcr.-. ijuesls were -Miss Frances Bowen of Lu\ora Mrs T H CTia^iy in,1 ; Miss June Oosiiell i Mtss Lynn Jackso.i *on high score prire in e\enlnt! bridge giines and brigo \vent to MiiS June Gos- liell. Music Lovers Attend f f *Metropolitan Pperas DAR Delegates Named For National Congress •Mrs. A. G. Little nnd Mrs. A Conway will be de'.cpales froir Chnrlevoix Chapter. Daughters of llii! American Hevolnlion, at the ConLincnta] Congress tional DAR Society in lion Hall. Washington. D. C.. 19. Also planning to attend fron Iv'-'ississippi Cuinity is 'Miw; iTitith Massey ol Osccola. dclegntc of the William Strong Chapter. Miss Adelc Hook or Osceola. daughter of Mrs. J. 51. Hook, will be a pane from Arkansas. it the Woman's Club. •Names of students who will vill be unnounecd later. play i * WE BUY * WE SELL USED FURNITURE JIMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. 313 E. Main THE BUSIEST TABLES IN THE HOUSE —••»»• $3.95 ^^ t A *• u Pianist to Present Students in Recital Mrs. Edith Slephan will present 12 of her piano studcnls in a re- Thursday night. 1^5 o'clo:k CAMERAS FOR RENT B'jtncville people in Memphis last night to attend the Metropolitan Cpsra Verdi s • Aida , in addition to those announced jester- day, were Mr. and Mrs. p. D. Foster, Mrs. E.: Li Hale, and Dr. and Mrs Alfred Vise Others planning lo attend " riage of Figaro by Mczirt tonigh Liiflude Mr. ana Mrs. J. C. Lowe and son. Jimmie, Mr. and Mrs Russell Birliam and daughter, Mis Wanda Barium They will be ac ccmpanied by the Lowea other son 'Jerry, and Mr. and Mrs. M. T ; Moon, going for ttte.Ootton Carni ' II Ol lUAJ Samson DC luxe Canl Tables tarkbk l»Usl Th«M | kiwwn ike wi^rld o\er for r!(k<" BAif •L rrlitTf triHrit faul p^im : •Ota. Iton't •• »»M i»<r ^i™ n 1* «Vnrl order M i t*»l TONE POWER JOHK PAY.NE • ftnne BAXTER (Hn IBB • Herbert WM. The Razors lt ib, DftRRYL f. ,jby hDMUflD COULDIN K,,,,,?i.,b, 1AIMR TSOril Also Short Subjc/ls Continuous Shoiviint: I'lvcryilay FOLDING TABUS FOLDING CHASRS Opens SnnciiT '-Ti: Starts 1:15 Continuous Sl'^"? 8;it 'nil Sun. Night F»«— Night Ksrept Tuesday and Wednesday IkOTJIiLK FKATTJRE ROMPING THROUGH THE .ROCKIES 7..or. crcck-pcl ' SGQ:eh for bandit gold) re strearfiiinoa, by America's leading Ion felt. Tables modern ... designers in 6 colors. 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