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WEDNESDAY, MAY 28. 19.17 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Emily Wixson, Society Editor Phone 461 Pat Wise Coinplimezited At Linen Shower Party Miss Patricia Wise, bride-elect of Clarence S. Webb, was again honored lust night whan M>-s Jjlpyd Hargclt entertained with a iWMj shower in the home of Mrs. •1- ff Si-entiin. The home was attractively decorated with roses. pe.::iips and orange blossoms. The bride -elect's a large chair was marked wilu wliite hov.-. Miss Wise was prcsoulcii a' corsage of SH-erlhean rosvs ai!<l ntr nioiher, Mrs. Lloyd V. WiM, :i!,d the bridegroom-elect's mother Mrs. Frank L. Webb, were nlsc presenled roi.saffes of red rosebuds. When grimes were played tiriZi'S were won by Mrs. Erwm P. Jones, Mrs. .J. j. iinrgctt nnd Mrs. Sterling Martin. Gifts wei-i) presented by youne Dai tale irm-fjclt and Cau.l Lynn J3iin:.s in a Iraskcl. lined in white liefreshments of ice ci'O.v.n -mii individual cakes decorated with 'Wise ana Webb" inscribe :l j., P'tik were served. -Mrs. Si.-cm.in a.«,sistcd Iho ,hoslesses. * • • Dinner Party Is Given In Bride-elect's Honor Miss Dorothy Jean Higginsoti and MIES Alexa Williams ontcrtai'icd last night willi .1 dinner part/ .it the IliKirinson home, rjia West ClHckasnwlj.i, for 21 5 nests in compliment lo Mis;; Lynu Jackson Imde-elecl of' Joe W. McH-mey Uoses and .snapdr.'.i.oiH predom- "ipwd t'.-irdenfloivcrs that <iceoral- ec~J ho home. »«dgc and Liverpool runimv were played during thu evening with rummy liijfh scon; going, to an out-of-town pruest. Mrs. E B Williams of Fort Smith,- motbcr of Miss Williams. BvUlse high went to Mrs. Paul jobe anel Miss Ihi Rogers won bridgo. The hostesses ipressnlcd gifts to Miss Jnckson, who is being honored wiili n series of parties bofoie her June wedding. * • * New Club Organized; Has 8 Charter Members A new club of social interest in Dlylheville is the Four Seasons. The eight charter members ri-e Mrs. Eugene Alton. Miss Jane Castlio. Miss Barbara Child, Miss Gail Eich, Miss Nancy Ann Hughes, Miss June Martin, Mrs. Betty Phillips and Mrs. E. M. Terry. A dessert bridge club, the group will meet every Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Phillips will be hostess to the club tomorrow night at her home, 1000 West Chicknsaivba Bt. * • * Mrs.^i;aiT Hostess To Tri-Tou'n Members Mrs. Russell 'Haynes Farr entertained members of ihe Tri-Tovm Bridge Club and another guest, Mrs. E. M. Terry Jr., with a party yesterday afternoon at the Parr.s new home at 152S Walnut St. Rose s and peonies decorated the home. , Mrs. James Terry woiv high score prize in games and second hirh went 10 Mre. Dale Briggs. The hostess served hors d oruvres with cold drinks. TINE FOR IT r*u v 111*11 » SCALING CJuickly apply soothing and comforting OKAY'S OINTAfENT ,vith Us wholesome antiseptics and nature aiding medication. Nothine else like it—nothing so comforting—or pleasant for externally caused skin troubles, 35c. Get a package today. FOR RENT CAMERAS BARNEY S DRUG STORE * WE BUY * WE SELL USED FURNITURE JIMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. 313 E. Main Fbone Z4M Seniors Display Array of Talent Presenting Class Night Program In th Talents of Blythcville nigh Si- niors, and their conlrlbiitlnnp. lo ic school, were present?.! I rlnt; Class Night activities — —•-•*» "•-•-.« i.iijiit tlUUYIML*:) U^lkll I a capacity trowel at tne lllyh Schoo; in an original luaanp:- as Hulh St'ay, playiiiB lhe role or grandmother, told Marilyn Seav, Ihe granddaughter eiaduaiini In -']90T' from Blytheville High Sthojl. about her own graduation ther> In 1W7. As they turned the pates of the annual and grandmother reminisced. 1947 seniors disclosed their talents. Audience favors of liic-si) included Oscar Elliott and his eluiiiis. icaljert MeUaniel, black-faced (or ttn imitation of Al Jolson ^ineini; "Mammy" and a humorous skit with Ken- -icth Pruitt, Peggy McMullin, s:i, , - prano soloist, singing • 1 Could Mukc " i Beli , ieve," and Mary Ann Parks sine- ng "The Lord's Prayer." A brief sketch of the senior comedy was presented by Nr.ncy Partlow, p. D. Poster and Bill William 1 ;. The High School trio, Mary Ann Parks. Rosemary Johnston nnd Mary Lou Joyncr, sang "LUlle Gvpsy. Play Your Guitar," and Miss John- Social Events Crowd Calendar for Seniors The sociii! calendar is crowded this week for uradnatinn students of lil.vtheville High School. •Parties will lie climaxed with .v drop-in Friday nlsht after commencement exercises «t Ihe K li. Joyncr home, 1103 Holly St.. when Mrs. .Joyncr, Mrs. Jodie Nabers and Mrs. Husscll -13ar)iain will entertain the senior class in honor of their diniRhlrrs. Mary Ixiu Joyner. Mary Jo Naberr, and Wanda Vim-ham. 'Hie olnss was cnferlnlned Mon- dav nlvht nl the E. C. Pleeman home in -Manila with n dancing narly in honor of their daiiHhlcr. B^'tv Jean Fleoman. P,ulh Peav. senior and pi-psldcnt of the Garden's Olnb. entcrlaine.-l Monday for the club with an af- If'Micon toa at the iiome of her pareni-i. Mr. and Mrs. T I S».iv on 21st alrcet, ' Spring flowers in effective ar di'coraied the home , i - . ton sang "Love's Old Sweet Song." i rai "!""cn's di'coraied the home iiiothcr number rccsivin-j n large nl ' rosps centered !)ie lacc-drap- vation was "In the Garden " bv p<1 refreslimcnt table from which 'i-ceinan Jernigan and Miss Jovncr can<l P cs - minis, cookies and oth- Preeman Jernigan and Miss Joyner, presidents of Uie Boyi' and Gills' C.lee Clubs. . Vivinrn Flngg presei-.led a lap dance and Cleo Houstni!. who foretold the futures of Uie seniors on class day, gazed briefl!/ inlo her crystal bull as she commented on the future of Ihe cl.us. Awarels anel honors prost'iiled fcl- lowing the program, Inc'ueicrt in addition to annual awards and those announced yesterday by l!ic Hi';h Gi-hool, a iierfect attendance aiiel punctuality award," which went to Mildred Mearior, neither absent nor taidy during her 12 yea..- cf tchoi..!: a Nalionnl Forensic; Medal for speech and dramatics, which went, lo Unlh Scay. also recoivliv.} mem- liershl" hi the National Forensic League, and American Legion divisional oratorical medal, also awarded to Miss Seav. , Miss Wright Honored By Russell Campbells cr D.irty foods ivere served with punch. Miss r inn wiihelm. sponsor, was presented a gift. She a-ns nwilstcc! by her mother and sister. Mrs. Forresi. Moore O"e of liie m-citiest iriili School pnrlics hns been lhe c.le" Club ten d.incc. p.'vn at t.hc Woman's Olni) by Oloc Club mothers. Th» plublimmo hud been elecora;- (d to uive the appcp.rance of a rose earrien. ivith flowing liipcrs in brnnc-linri candelubra enlianc- ins the selling. The fireplace was banked with varied sh'ndes of roses formed n | M |»e n round the entire room, while hnse floorliaskcU of flower? were placed throughout, the rooni. • Mvs. Wilsnn Hcnrv. Gleo Club director, greeted ptuests and each was presented a liny parsnl in a pastel shade as she entered. Tlie refreshment fnble was centered in- :i Mny-nolc dance nr- raii°cineiits with minialurc dolls as dancers. 11O ! - campbcii! Ml ' s - Smart Hostess • Members of the Russell ^.>,»,w, . family nnd employees ol' Iheir J o |-Jei' Club CillP<;t<; slorcs were guests of Mr. nnd Mis. «-iUU, VjllCSIS Campbell last i-.ight wne'i they Xlrs ' complimented Miss Em Wright. . yesterday ii:',iv Stnnrt aflrninon ro i.u>.i|j*^jii.iiit u jvuf..-. r.i.i Wl'ism • iitiy .iiuTiinuil yo mci 1 fiance of Horace Coffer of Trim-| of Tuesday RrlrJuo Club and hostess members ble. Tenn., why long hus b-:eu connected with Miss Whisitt's Shop. A steak supper was sewed at the Rustic Inn before guests wer.t Ir; oilier Riiesls, Mrs. Chester C.-ilrl- \vell and Mrs. missel! F.ur. Garden flowers home for the O c< Mrs. Max B. . deco.-nlwt Ihe Reid wra prize in snnics nncl sccoivl to iW-.s. Jesse Tnylor. ~ • » Mrs. Byntmi Hostess To Friendship Class first u-enl. the Campbell home for the &scrt course. Packages depicting humor marked Miss Wright place at. the supper table and later, at lhe home the bride-elect was sliowcrc.l with assorted gifts. A bridal atmosphere had been , ' Firnnn '- Eynum was hos- achieved in the pink tirrt wliite wnin ,^ ^' <S ^ " l ' 1C , r homc> C ' 9 color theme used Clusters Vr'S:- ' to '""'"te's of the pink rosebuds aim white tapers,' o'" 1 ' 1 ' Clllss of Fil ' sL Baptist prayer and Mrs. Jamc.-, Lunsford conduclccl business. Mrs. Pat Chitmon was elected lo succeed Mrs. W. D. Tommy, who plans to move soon, as Group Caplnin Two, Mrs. Worth Holder wa s elected extension visitor. •Mrs. Tommy was presented handkerchief sifts and refreshments were served. Mi's' Johnson Hostess To Baptist Auxiliary Mrs. c. E. Johnson was hostcr^ Monday'night to 11 members r.f the Young Woman's Auxiliary nrel another guest. Miss Joyce Hhotids. Following the rcgul.i:- session, dnriiif; which reports we r i7 <;iyer., refreshments of cookies and beverages were served. marked by unique place c;irds Wrappings of the girts also oin- phasjzed these shades. At The Hospitals BLYTHEVHJ,E HOSPITAL Admitted: Mrs. E. N. Webb, city Racchcl Bryant, city Born to Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Robertson, city, a elaughter. Dismissed: •Mrs. J. H. Woodson Jr. city Betty Smith, city Peggy Jones, Cooler, Mo. Mrs. John A. Burns and baby Deli WALLS HOSFIAL Dismissed: Joe Howe, Piggolt, Ark. Mrs. Jesse B. Joucs, Armorcl ZELLNER'S THOSE BARGAINS ARE CALLING AT Bits of News Dr. and Mrs. W. V. Brewer loft this morning for Memphis, where Dr. Drewer will enter Huptlst Hospital lo imiuigo Ireatmenc. Mr. nnd Mrs. joscpn Donald. Grceiiweli mid daughter, Doin-.a Marie, have relumed to their home in Memphis after havlaj; siK-ut the weekend hero will) his parents. Mr. and Mrs. P.ml Clivn- well. Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Modin- t;cr jr.. and son, Netd, are in tier jr.. and son, Netd, are in Morgniulcld, Ky., for a brief visit with reinllve.s. of O. E. S. Mr. ami Mrs. Gcor;c Johns motored to Memphis yeslci-dnv, where they met their 'daughter, Mrs. G. L. Herder, and d:\iiiihter, Lori, who arrived by plaii'3 fio:n San Frisco lo spend liu-c-? weeks here. Three Missco Youths to Attend Training Camp Miss opul MtDcrnioll, duunhler °f Mr. m,d M re . clurem-c Mcl>r- iiiou of ifls Eust cherry, ),a s tx'im scjfeeied by the Chlckusuwabtt Cluip- V of ""-s American Keel Cross lo altend the Junior Red Cross Inilu- I"K i-nmp lo be held ill Ciiiup Clear '•or*, June 3-13. nl Crystal Springs, near Hut Springs. Miss Dt>U» Pur- He, chairman or lhe water safelv committee of (he local lied Crow, chapter, announced today. Accompanying Miss McDennott ( lo the caiiij) will be Eugene Shanuy- fi-H, chosen iroin Osccoln High School, niul M^ Lane, chosen from Wilson High School, Mrs. Multifile Campbell, ehnlriiiiin of the Osc'culu chapter announced. Tlie camp Is held yearly by Iho National lied Cross for • (raining 'r members of Die Junior or- '•allon In health, safely, conservation, community services, ilu- mocraiic netlon and Inlernntlimal imdc'r.stumll)!,;. The, camp will be altcnded by approximately ICO Junior Red Cross loaders Iroin all sections of lln> xliilf e.'K-h of UK-HI hl|;h school Mudi'iiis. Miss Pnrllc said. The three Mississippi Counly re• liri'stinlnllvcs were chosen hy a IJiilnl committee of rlinitler members niul membei-.s ol lh e high school hu-ully of Blylhevllle, Osccoln As WHstm. Tin 1 cnuip will lie staffed by specialists from Ihe St. Louis area ofdt-e and a full piouram or )•- c-i-ciilieinn! activities will be hu-lmleit oil the training program she said, PAGE TRKKJS Mi-, and Mrs. A. Mr. nncl Mrs. A. Ci. Liltlc and Conwuy h K !,, r - i-isitli ' Orady Mngce of Carl mcrly of BlythevJIIe. n ,,.-,,n,y friends here. lie cume especially for commencement week nl Bh-- Ihc-villc High School, whmo he n'l- I ended school. Metnb&rs of hor family have arrived here lo be with Mrs. June Kincnid of Elki-irise, W. Va., seriously ill al Walls 'Hospital following a heart nltnck Monday. She was visiting her daughleri. Ml*;. Carrie. ,Grinmiett and Mrs. Lola Ciilbertson here. Also with her are her son, T. L. Kincaid, mid ILUI iino son, Kotlnoy, o[ itun- rly, W. Va., nnd another son, J. '. Kincaid. and Mrs. Klncaid. of iorileporL. Ohio. Coming Events THURSDAY Mrs. Ross D. Hnches hostess tr; Thursday Luncheon Club. Thursday Contract Club mcct'na with. Mrs. Henry Humphreys. Mrs. R. A. copclnnd will be hostess to Jolly Eight Club. Mrs. N. J. Humphrey hostess to GNB club. Mrs Craftoii to Head Clnncli Womjan's Council ••Mrs. ffnprrt Crafton will serve as new president, of the Woman's Council or First Christian Church, following her election to the office yoslovdny al a business, pro- tinmi nnd s oclal meellm; of the orpiini/.atioii with Mrs. n. C. .'Huso al 'R'jselaiul. Mrs. Loi;au was her sister's co-hostess. Other officers lo serve arc' Mrs. A. II. \Velenkamp, vice president; Mrs. W. n. Cobb, secrelary. Mrs. •Mm C. MuIIanev Sr., treasurer; Mrs. n. M. Heck. World Call chair- innn; Mrs. V. O. Miller, literature chilli-mini. Their selection by the nominating committee was approved bv Council members. Tlie nev. •R. Seotl mini, pastor, Installed new ol [leers, Mrs. E. M. Terry presented the Worship program, "Service lo Cilicrs", based on .scriptures from Mark and Liilher. The Ucv. Mr. Balrd closed lhe program wllh praver. Guests were Mrs. Charles .Feat- tv and daughter. Miss Carmine Pi-ally, of Memphis, housc!;uosls of Mrs. Pcitlv's Msler. Mrs. Rose, iVte Fun Nichols of Osccoln and 'Mrs. Annie L. ntalcs. A dessorl course was served. • • • 'Mrs. Homer's Pupils Will Present Recital Mrs. Jess Horncr will present n ol her pinno pupils In a recital tomorrow night, a o'clock, In Sucl- burv School auditorium. The recital will be In the Torn of a musical play entitled "Fun Wllh mistc". Those taking part will be Pct- i.r Abbolt. Larry Campbell. Jlmnilif Horncr. .June .Homer. Murcia Lee •Webb, Morris Webb Jr., Glcndn Hut: Shamlln. Tommy Harl/.og Dclorcs Harris, Mplba Pishcr. Dou- :ild iHrown. Ixirctla -Wnlcten, Patll Wright, Emndcl Swcarcnccn, Sue Owens, Luc Owens and Sue Harmon. • Ushers will he 'Bertha 'Ann Ciiincs niul Brltt Owen. Miss Knudsen Honored At MatMurray College Miss Muriel Knudsen, homo for the Suhinier vucalion from Mne- Murray Collcue, Jacksonville, III.,I received two of the school's co- veleU honors during commence-1 nwnt wuek, In Honor Clmple, 'she wus presented [in award for first plai-u In Hie Schlver .Essliy Contest mvt also received nn awnrd lor con- IrlblilliiB the niost ereullve Work to the college newspaper "Orrct- IIIBS." Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, wi\s coin- iiiencemeiit spenker. •Miss Knudson, who was i;rad- uiiU'd from Ulytlicvllle Illuli Keliool lust Stirliifc, was motored home by her parents, she plans lo return to MncMumiy next year. Blythtvilte People Take Part in Wedding , I When Miss Patriclii jiinu Di, V |ti of Joiieslxjro, who hn.i visited In lllythevllle wllh friends and rela- , lives, brannie the bride of Cliurlei >t{. Moyers of ,Ionesl)orii In a enr'- money there Kimd.iy, inar Ulytli... t ville people purtlelpnU.,1 In UK> .wedding ceremony. | Tfunler Klmbro of nlylhovllle wns soloist and (ho ijrliie was Bivcn In. iniirrlnKo hy ho:- brother Kdwiu-d H. Duvls of nlvlliovlllo ' Herniinl Graham, nlso ,,f iiiyine- vllle. was n nroomsimin, and Dunn Davis, non of Mr. nii.l Mrs F Hiivis, nephew of tile brills, W ", ring bearer. Also yolnit from hero for tin- ceie,noi.y, solcinnted at pu-st Methodist church by Dr. W Henry aoodloi!, iMistor, mill Dr.' Cecil lierry pastor of r-Mr.it Christian Church, were members of tli" e A. Strickland fivmiiy wlierc she Is n student. -. Miss Moore, graduated In IMS I from lilythcville High Sohool, also was rccenlly Initiated Into Phil UpUlon Omlcron, honorury Home' Ilconomlcs sorority. t Miss f'rnnces Shoute, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Shoust, will assist MUs Moore and a.ssuine the office of Hush Oholniiah In tlie Kill. Cilgantfa The heads of U. S- 'president* carved on Mount Rushmore, |n Souih Dnkotn, me large enough to j accommodate a human figure 400 feel in height. Graduates at 4TC Pve. Herbert II. Holmes, son Jf Mr. and Mrs. 13. L. Holme.?, Itmilc Venetian Blinds of • How often you've wished for .1 Venetian Illirui [ike this. ..£made of a special .ilumimirn alloy, no heavier than your ham] lo lift. Flexible— bends to fit your brush as you whisk the dust away, then snaps right luck to pj.icc. Ltrefy-its s^tin-smoolh plastic finisli blends \viih every colnr scheme, resists stains and soil. It's lhe Venetian Blind \vitliout a cleaning prohlcm that's proof against the wear .ind tear of time— rtisi juouf, wear-proof, warp-proof, too, and will not crack, chip or ptcl. ty to your u-i/nl '"fit let tn (nt/otu-/!t ih.m you'd think {tou DEAL'S PAINT AND WALUPAPEK STORE "Your Wallpaper Style Center" 104 So. 1st Phom 469 Blythevillc Girl Named Sorority Rush Chairman Miss Jean Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. u. W. 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Couples and Parties ONLY! Owned s, Cper.ited by . Ford ana Shows , ; . Every Duy Box Office Openg 1:45 Show Stui-lii 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.ON »_».m. ia:4» p.m 4:30 p.m. Time Toduy Dark Mirror with Olivia dr llavilund. anil • Lew Ay res Holcrteil Short Subjects " CinllnuitM Bhowlnit f.tcrydij Thursday.. nnd~Pritlay Love Laughs at I Andy Hardy •^ .' -. with Mlckry Roonej: '' 1'aranwuiit News * r. : . Coatlnaom Shnwiing Everyday- Box Offkc Opens at 6:M Opens Snnday 1:M; Starts !:1S Cantinnon-i Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Nigh» Exccp* Saturilay N*» panes honored on Sunday at the K»xy" Tim* Todiiy DOUBLE FEATURE Genius at Work with Abm Came;- and Anue Jeffreys Philo Vance's Gamble with AUn Curtis .fc.TaU Birell Thursday and Friday Do You Lore

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