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MONDAY, MAY 30, 19-19 BI/YTHKVII.T.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE Society, Amelia Saliba, Society Editor f Hosiery Hoop-la I'hune 4161 2, Drop-In Party "Held (or B. H. S. Students The last fiance for the year sponsored by the high school Parent Teacher Association was held. Frl- day night fn the school gymnasium, (allowing commencement exercises at the American Legion Memorial Auditorium. The dance, was n scnh- fcrmal affair. The SJ'i" was decorated will) streamers of creiie paper in pastel shades suspended across the ceiling with clusters of balloons hanging from the streamers. Iced drinks were served during the evening. Music (or the dance -was furnished by the Rylhni Rascals from Union City, Tenn. A drop-In party was licld Fridas nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. R C Allen Sr. ;.l 412 Chicasawba after the dance. Assorted colored balloons and Jack o'lanterns formed a novel set tine for the affair which was held on the back lawn of their home. Refreshments of fruit punch, sandwiches and cookies were served. Hosts and hostesses were, Patsy Besharse. Ann McLcod. Patsy Ragen, Roberta Bracey, Hetty Logan, Gay Cardigan, Ramona Crafton. Jo ^iine Trleschmann. Mary Prances O.llnes, Graham Partlow. Jim Lancashire, Billy Joyner, Jack Elliott. Jimmy Lowe, Johnnie Williams. Marlon Smith, Nathan Wade and R. C. Allen. The parents served as chaperoncs. • • . * Haiman Taylor Home Selling for Parties The Harman Taylor home. 1001 We.st Hearn, was the setting last week (or two parties. In the series of events planned for the senior graduating class Mr. and Mrs. Taylor and daughter Vivian were hosts and hostesses Thursday night when they entertained with a buffet supper In honor of Jack Elliott. The six couples who attended were Bervert from the dining table which Was centered with nastel shades Gpj-ing flowers In a China bowl. After supper, the remainder the evening was .spen Informally b the guests. An Imormal afternoon party wa held Friday with Miss Taylor an Miss Marjorie Hale as hostesses. Ap -Jjroximately 30 guests who wer Fiiiembers of the Red Pepper Clu attended the affair. Mrs. Taylor assisted In entertain Ing and the serving of assorted part foods. Attractively arranged Ihroughoi Bits of News Mrs. James Hill Jr., who suffered heart attack Saturday al her home, was resting well last night at Blytheville Hospital. Mrs. Aubrey Couway, her niece. Mrs. Godfrey White ami Mrs White's daughter. Llewellyn White of Osceola, are in Nashville, Tcnn.. where they are HtleiulinR graduation exercises al Ward-Belmont where Mrs. White's niece, Miss Jane Adams, Is among the graduates. They will be accompanied home by Mrs. White's other daughter, Miss Anne White, who also is a student at Ward-Belmont. John White arrived home yesterday from University of Arkansas, Fayettevllle, to spend Ihe summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F A. White. Mrs. Cecil Shane and daughter, Mrs. Oscar Fcndler, spent Saturday in Paragould where they nt- Informal Dance Given By Alpha Alpha Chapter The Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Plil sorority entorlalned with ati Iniormal dance Friday night at the Cedar Club at Ihe air bn.sc. Approximately 60 quests attended the affair. ' . A yellow and green color scheme was carried out hi the decoration of the rooms. The tables were cen- ered with arrangements of lilies a'.ul other spring flowers with each centerpiece being flanked by green, blue or yellow tapers In crystal holders. iuusLs were received by Mrs. Kranccs Gammill, and her escort. James Parks, Misses Mary Gray and Eloise Vales were 111 charge of serving bul- fet supper and were assisted by Mrs. Karnsworlh Black and Mrs. W. J. Pollard. the entertaining rooms of the hou. were low crystal bowls filled wit roses, sweetpeas and other mixe flowers. * * • Birthday Party Given For Myra Jane Wilson Myra Jane Wilson was honored Saturday afternoon by her mother, Mrs. Henry Wilson nnd her gr^nd- mother. Mrs. C. H, Wallace, when they entertained seven of her friends on her first birthday at their home at 1512 West Main. The playroom was decorated with red and yellow balloon.? which were later presented to each guest together with R plastic toy as a favor. Those who attended Included Jane Burnett, Nancy Henderson, Bennie Henderson. Jackie Sue, Teresa Ann and Thomas Edward Har- rlin with Ronald Stone and his mother. Mrs. Dick Stone, of Forrest City as out of town guests. Special guests were Myra Janes' great grandmother. Mr.s. J. L. Walla -e, her grandmother, Mrs. Jack Wilson and an aunt, Mrs. W. E. Wallace, all who assisted in serving ice cream nnd cookies. • • » J^High School Students Dine, Dance al Peabody Six couples of high school students went to Memphis last week and dined at the skyway and later danced on the Plantation Roof ol Pcabcidy Hotel. The couples were R. C. Allen, Palsy Besharse, Jim Lancashire, Raniona Graf ton. Graham Partlow, Gay Gar- ri'zfm. Marion Smith, Mary Frances Games. Johnnie Wilson. Annelu Humphrey, Prentis Jernlgan and Jo Anne Trleschmann. Mi. and Mrs. Joe Trleschmann and Mr. nnd Mrs. R. C. Allen accompanied them there. The table at which they were seated held a floral centerpiece Each girl was presented a gardenia for her hair. Pictures were marie during the evening. U. Q{ A. Trustee Homed LITTLE ROCK. May 30. '/P> — Governor McMath has appointed Joe Hardin, Grady planter and president of the Arkansas Farm Federation, to the University of Arkansas Board of Trustees. He succeeds Dr. Euclid Smith, Hot Springs, who resigned. ndcd funeral services for Chris lane, brother-in-law of Mrs lane. Mrs. C B. Wood Jr.. and son, larley. of Luxora. arrived yesler- ay to spend Hie summer with her other, Mrs. H. A. Davis. Mrs. Vance Alexander and son, lichael, of Memphis, Tenn.. are >endlng several days liere with her a rents, Mr. and Mrs Russell Phll- ps. Mr. Alexander spent yesterday ere with them. Mrs. G. O. Johnson of Wyckliffe, Ky.. arrived Saturday to spend two weeks here as guest of her brother, arl B. Thomas and Mrs. Thomas. Mrs Barbara Edward of Little Rock spent the weekend here as ucst of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R A. Gary. Mrs. Anna Douglas went lo lier lome In Karnak, III., and was moored there by her daughter. Mrs. esse While, who spent the weekend there. Condition of W. F. McDanlel, who inrierwent a major operation Wednesday at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Md., IK satisfactory. Mrs. O. A. Lowe returned to her lome in Millington, Tenn , after :iaving spent the past week here with her son, J. Cecil Lowe .Mrs Lowe and sons. Jimmy and Jerry She was motored there yesterday by her son and family. Cpl. Benny Johnson, son of Mrs C. E. Johnson, arrived home IPrl- day from Great Lakes, 111 , where Cominq Events Social Calendar Monday Family NiRlit and covered dish supper al First Methodist Church al 6:30 p.m. Tuesday La Nueve Club tcinK entertained at Ihe home of Mrs. clarence Webb. Mrs. Arthur Vance will entertain the La Petite Club. Mrs. Gene Teaford will he hostess to the Tri-Town Bridge Club. Club Eight will meet at the home of Mrs. R. C. Allen Sr. Mrs. Jesse Taylor will entertain with a 1 o'clock luncheon for the Tuesday Biidee chib. he has been attending Marine Elec Ironies School. He plans to. leave this week for Occanside, Calif where he will be stationed at Pent mgton Marine Base. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner left today for her home In Newborn. Tenn., where she will spend several weeks, Mrs. C. W. Nabers and granddaughter, Lindley Dnrdcn of New' Albany, Miss , arrived to spend several days here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Nabers and Mr. and Mrs J. L, Nabers. Mr and Mrs. B. F. Gay Jr. and family, and Mrs. C. O. Couch, all of Memphis, spent the weekend here as guests of Mr, Gay's mother. Mr.s, B. F. Gay Sr. and Mr and Mrs. C. W. GuiTlgan. They came especially to attend the commencement exercises Friday of Blytheville High School in which Gay Garrigan was a member At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Lela Jones, Tomato. U. S. Branson, city. Flora B. Woods, Osccola. P'erris Dyer, city. Town and Cot] n try Club will be nlcrtained a I (he home of Mrs. . D. Poster. Mrs. W. J. Wimderlich will be icstess to tho Wednesday Club. The W.S.M.S, of the First Church if the Nazarcne will meet at the ihurch at 2 p.m. TfiurwUT Mrs. J. Crcil Lowe will present icr piano pupils Iti n recital In the ilgh school luiciitorinm at 7:30 p.m. The Nu Phi Mu Sorority will meet it tiie home of Mis. Fred Child with Mrs. Pat Allen as hostess at 7:30 m. Quarterly conference business ession nnd board meet ing nt the First Methodist Church at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Lynn Brown will be hostess to the Donblo Four Club. Blylhcvllle Rook Club will meet at the home of Mrs. R. A. Copeland. Mrs. Rntcigh Sylvester will be hostess to the Thursday Night Club. Mrs. Neville Blakemore will entertain the Thursday Rook Club. The Avalon Bunco club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. Norman Speck. Friday The Dorcas Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church will ' meet at the church at 2:30 p.m. for a business and social meeting. Hostesses will be Mrs. J. V. Wallace and Mrs. Penrl Mires. Mrs O. O. Elkins will he host CM o the C.B.C. Club. Mrs. Russell C. Far will enter-ain the Friday Contract Club. Civic Calendar Monday Decoration Day Junior Chamber of Commerce — Board of Directors— 7:30 p.m. Tursday Lions Club, Hotel Noble— 12:15 p.m. Community Service Council meeting — 4:30 p-in. \Vcdnrsda.v Kiwanis Club, Hotel Noble — 12:10 p.m. Thursday Rotary Club, Hotel Noble— 12:10 pen. Two Musical Recitals Are Scheduled This Week in High School Auditorium Two music rodtuls arc being premier this week by tlu- Fowlslon •Vhont of Mu*lc til Blylhrvllle To's ll'l'llnl. Hi K p 111. -At Ul<! srhi>ol iiudltcn him, will friiture u'!-;iunlnw u nd hUoi mcckliitc' [iliuio il vfK'iil tHiiilK and HIP nih'iincrd id nldi-j' inti'i nu'tllule pupils \vlil Biison. Dors Berntce Wylie, Milly Ann Bradley. Dorothy Louise Powell nf Burdctte, Waelon Powell, Patricia Alice Partlow, Carol Ann Holt, Kay .lobe, Jimmy Caltens of Steelc. I-.'nilly Sue Damon, Belly Le« Oiirrotl and Sue Jobe. Vocal numbers (or the recital lo- inoirow night, to Ix; presented at 8 p.m. at the high school auditorium, will Include Geneva Bruce of Ket- ser singing "The Gypsy"; Harry I-'ril/.lus. Jr., singing "Krl King,** Mary Jo Enton singing Caro Nome die II Mlo Cor from "Hlgoletto," iiiul ii duet by Mr. Powlsjon and Mr. I'tlt/lus, "Solemne In Quesl'orft." Those to participate In tomorrow's ivcUuL Include: Virginia Lee The .scholarships aiv provided by Hiitlgi'ns, Join] Ihimra, Mary S|>ence, r-'owlMon Hchotil of Music. Ip-( Joyce Johnson. I.orellii Knrls, Lois ' by Mr, ami Mrs. Dullou | .Smllli uml Diuuild Mlchlc, all of Shirley Whltener, Martha tahliKhl ol I he two pnwntti- s will bi 1 luinininconionl of .srhol- lp WtlHHT.S fill' UU" following r nl I he In si pi'rfouiwnre. A piinui scholiuislilp. providing full In- likm for n yt'iir, uiul nnuwnllnn to iihmil $Vfi will In* n warded lo (he student si lowing the ^ii'iili'.st i'ss Uil.s yciir. and u vociit stu- will ri'i'i'lvi 1 a $UI!i .schuLiirslilp. 'WlslOII. Vocal numbi'is tonight will In- rhule "Huttnns inul ISow.s" by llnr-j v Hlu'iirln of Hindi-ill*: "Cruising iiiwn (ho Ulver," by l'h!lll|> Nation Huyll: "I'nr Awuy I'luiTs," by .liinmy Ciilllhnn: and "flnhvuy liny" ,• Dolores Ann Adinns. Tin' rnllowhig will appear tonight piano numbers: Paul I'Vimklln U'ulliLce, l.lnilu .hiKKi'i'.i. 1'atrlcla Ann r'mvkslnn, Harding Cine, Hilly .Sum Hanley. Kdwln Cnn-. Liiulu lli'iin, Clmiu' Mlicht'll »r Dell. Jimmy Culllhiin. Kamlni Whlthelil uf sicclc. .llinmlc' Kennedy. Cinnle Ililins. Kll/abclh llrlstcr of Yiubrn. Miiiy Ann Tnmpkliis of IliniU'lU'; Pmtl Dei'n Wright. Larry c^nnp- hi'll. Murlhii l.ee Hurl, Murlhn Ann Hran, l-;\'a Lee Cirnve.s, Junnllu 1-Vr- Column uiul .ludy Coi\oon, nil of llnytl. J'nl.sy Cliltwooil, Pnlricln liny, PuUy Knikcs, Jlctly Arncy, Ana MilKlil. »nd K:iiii'y Jlnmlllon Miss llnirt' will pic.seiU both vocal and iui mimlK'r.s, Faner decorations are Hie last word in slocking design. IVrsnnalired eloeU fmbrolilfrnl vrrtlcolly on slocking (upper rislil) spells out 'Lucille.' Unusual sunburst design embroidered In clienlllr makes a three-dimensional clock for hosiery (lower left). Multl-coloml velonr polka dots, sixrlally processed for wa-shabllily. are band-appli(|iied on r.ltra-shecr nylons (lower rlglil). Another cyt-ralrhlng novell> is (he harotiiie bordered cut-«nl on the ankle (upper leal which Iramcs a liny ankle watch. Baroaiie oatlern is liand-applio,ued in brifthl-colorert velour. Kin Otllir Open* fi'.«S Slum Shirts 7:1)0 i,s Siiinl.i) I:(H): SUrls 1:15 ltlmim!* Shoxs &U & Kun. ;il-|;;illl Nlshl Kv«rj Nllhl l^xcrpt Sutuntay iMRsrs honored on Sunday tt Itoxy 'I'lirxtre 60 Club Leaders Attend Meeting In Leachville Sixty or lioine ncinon- New Liberty News Now l.llhorty Srws M]-. ami Mrs. Cecil ,]olins<m nnd .^cin nf Cuvf City, lire quests o[ Mr.s. Johnsons parents, Mi 1 , and Mrs. J. M. Wilson. Mr. nnd Mrs. I,. C. Kiddle have The Republic of Brnzll Is bounded by all except two of the SoutT American republics as well ns th< three Guianas. straUon chibs in North Mississippi returned lo (hell home In Fort County attended the county council mcellug at the Leachville Legion Hul, Saturday. The morning session wns designated for leader training mccting.s. with denionslrations given for handicraft project leaders atid loocl preservation leaders. Two films ,one depleting the value of long-ranpe planning for famllie.s and the other emphasizing the need of community cooperation with the Opportunity Drive to .sell United Stales Savings Uumls wmv ihown in the afternoon. Meltha Byrd. a Leachville 4-H Club member gave a landscaping demonstration in the afternoon, and her sister, Bobbie Jean, demonstrated the conversion of a treadle | sewing madiinc into an electric Worth, Tex., after having been the guests of Mis. Fliddle's parents Mr, and Mrs. Leonard Coolcy nnd Family. Misses Marlon nnd Jhinnie Nell McDonald have rclurned lo Memphis after visiting their parents. Mr and Mis. Hlrlom McDonald. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams were farm : in Memphis last week. teing I Mis. Parker Cassidy anil son. Bobby of Calron, Mo., were the Sunday uuesl.s of Mr. and Mis. P. li Jarrett. (jmlinumis Shows !!(>x OKit'c OiH'ns 1 :45 Show Sliirls 2:00 l.lS'l'lvN 'I'D Kl.CN ,S:IK) a.ni. 1^:^ p.m. 4:30 p.iii Dr. Eubanks Named President of Ouachita AliKADKl.PI'.lA, Alk. Mny [10. OVi -Dr. s. W. I'Hlbmiks. 40, head »[ Ihe Hlble de|Hu tincnl [<H' Ihe past Iliree years, will become iiresidenl nf Onuchitn Collt'ge. I>L\ KuUank.s \vus npiiolnted hy 1 Colh'ne Hoard nt Trustees Saturday to .succeed Dr. J. H. C'nanl, resiti 1 '- McMath in Washington ' i,rrri,K DOCK. May. :io. i/n— Ooverncn' McMalli Is in Wnshtlin- lon lo iil.leiul Die I'rcslilenfs Nn- tlonul SaliH>' Confrieuce. Will' .several a.sMiriali'.s, McMnth flew lo I lie capital hi a National Cluard plane yi'.stcrduy. H<' will re- lurn l il fiday. The anelnil Romans often built machine. The Boynton club worked wilh the ] } WW p (mc | s In which Ihey kept Leachville club as hoslc.ws lo Ihci ; ( i(.,. 0 ralive (Ish. group. There were aboul In gursl.s. The June mccling will ducted at Yarbro. Last Time Tddiiy The Boy With Green Hair with 1'iil IVHrlrn uml Dt'MTi KlurkwrU Nrws Jt Hclri-lcrt Slmrts Tuesday and Wednesday OANNT KAYE, VIRGINIA MAYO co.o. i. UCHNICOLOU Srlrrlcri Shurt Hulijrrt Last Time Today Relentless »llh Kulirrt Young Vn\ Nr«s .V Scli-rlrd Stiiirll '1'tipsday n ml Wednesday -Edward L. TENDER YEARS he You'll Enjoy DINING DANCING Al Oscenlii's Newcsl Nile S|>ol FRED'S SUPPER CLUB O. C. St. Clair Krctl Hendricks State Legislator Dies SEARCY. Ark.. May 30. Wl—El- bcrt W. (Flywheel) Price, 4!!-year- old lawyer and While County representative In the Arkansas legislature, died of a heart attack here yes'erday. The funeral was set for today. CHILDREN'S SUMMER MUSIC CLASSES Fowlston SCHOOL OF MUSIC Here's Hie Idea! way to occupy your child in Hie mornings during the coming summer months We are ottering to all who enroll a Cull marnlng music school In Piano, Voice. Folk Dancing. Music History, and Listening Hours will be from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m II you're Interested, please call soon . . we can take only a limited number. 815 CIilckasaKh? Phone ZOI9 DELINQUENT LICENSE NOTICE All I'rivileifC License in (lit Oily of Hlyllicville iire Payable on or before .lamiiiry 1st. and July 1st of each year. Tonally for not paying Ibis licen.se is from $5.00 lo !>;r>l!.(l(l each day the license is nol paid. \Vifhin tlic nevl few days (here will he a special policeman checking all businesses in Hie City and all persons, firms or corpora I ions nol liav- ign their privilege license will be penalized. CITY OF BLYTHEVILLE IN GOOD TASTE.,, Anytime! Enjoy It Often WOODS DRUG STORE 221 West Main SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT While We're Installing Our New Air-Conditioning System For 5 Days - Monday Thru Friday - Ritz Pictures j jy^icni • Be Shown at Roxy Matinee I Yes, from Monday, May 30, unlit Friday, June 3, fhc pictures al the UiU will be shown in the afternoon al Ihe Koxy. The Rilz will be closed in the afternoons in order (o install the new refrigeration air-conditioninp; system. The matinees al Ihe Uoxy will IK-KMI at 2 p.m., the box office closing .at •! l>.m. The same piclni'cs will, of course, be shown al (he Hit/, each evening nt li::i<l p.m., the box office rinsing a I !)::iO p.m.

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