The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 7, 1950 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1950 J*ne Shelton, Society 'Editor Phpnt 4461 Sponsors Assume Duties In Nu Phi Mu Sorority • Mrs." Robert I. Thompson . and Mrs. Jack Rawlings assumed their duties as sponsor and co-sponsor ol the Zeta Chapter of Nu Phi Mu sorority last night at the bimonthly meeting of (he group. Mfss Jane Shelton was hostess for the meeting at her home on Walnut. Following the traditional Nu Phi Mri opening ceremony, the sponsor and. co-sponsor were welcomed by the group after which a brlel business session: was conducted. In the business session, rush plans and the sorority activities for the summer months were discussed. Following adjournment, the hostess served refreshments. Mrs. Speck New Member With Avalon Bunco Club The Avalon" Bunco Club' and one new member, Mrs. Norman Speck, met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Bill Gilbow for the weekly bunco game. Suggestive of the Easter season were the mlnature bunnies which adorned' the" tallies iised by the group during the .afternoon. Iris and japonlca. set "In "crystal vases, were arranged in the room tn which the afternoon was spent. Mrs.., Hugh Gentry won high score, 'Mrs, Gilbow, low and Mrs. Buss Kettlngeiv bunco. At the conclusion of the game, Individual cakes, topped In cocoa- 'riut "grass" In .which was placed cundy eggs, and Iced drinks, tn keep- Ing-with the Easter'motif, were served. Dell Supper Club Meets At Hut •Vari-hiied candles, set Iri clusters of cellophane, grass, topped the in- aivldual tables at which the -80 members and guests of the Dell Supper Club:were seated last nlf?ht for supper preceding the monthly dance. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Crawford anrt Mr. ; and Mrs. Jerry Edwards, were hosts and hostesses to the group. .' A crescent shaped arrangement of pastel hued sweetpeas, tulips. TOMS and calls lillles, set In greenery, topped the mantel of the spacious ball room. 'An exact replica of the arrangement In miniature form, was placed m the reception room. Supper was served buffet style with, supper partners being "found" by matching pieces of novelty cardboard eggs. ' During supper, a "surprise" musl- e»I>program was presented by the Mlasej Ann McDermott arid Charley Ruth Blankenshlp. Dressed in pastel frock*, over which,-they wore crisp organdy aprons, they made their way among the guests singing * variety of songs. L. T. Moore, Jr., was accompanist. .New members of the club are: Mr. Bind Mrs. C. A. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Whistle, Mr. and, Mrs. Harry Bradley,. Mr. arid Mrs. J. D. Davis, Jr., Mr." and Mrs. Dan Blodgctt and Mr. and Mrs.-Carlos Deal. .Several out of town guests attended the affair. MAYTJRIDE Miss Florence Ann Woolen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M a x w e 1 1 " L. AY o o t e n M e m p l of i s , whose engagement was an- ii o n n c e cl recently, will become the bride of Jack Edw a r d Ferrer, son of. Mrs. Marvin B. Ferrer and the late Mr. Ferrer of Memphis in a ceremony to tie performed May 16 in Memphis. Miss Woolen, is the grand- da u g hter of Chancellor and Mrs. Churchill M. Buck of Blytheville. m 20 Missco Baptist Churches Plan Simultaneous"* Revivals April 9-23 Twenty Mississippi County Bap- the Rev. Ouy D. Magee, pastor, th list churches will be among the 8.- Rev. B. B. Grlever, evangelist anc Albert White, singer; Cross Roads a Rev. Mr. Clark, pastor, the Re 1 O. A. Johnson, evangelist, and a Mr lowers, singer; Dyess Central Bap /Rook' Club Meets In Blankenship Home Blooming potted plants decorated the entertaining rooms of the H. C. Biankenshlp home yesterdaj when Mrs. Blankenshlp wss hostess for the weekly meeting of the Thursday Book Club. In the rook game, high score was 000 Southern Baptist Churches west of the Mississippi. .River observing the "Crusade for Christ," simultaneous revivals, beginning Sunday and continuing through April 23. "Christ Is > the Answer," Is the theme.of the meetings, and visiting evangelists have been obtained by most of the Mississippi County Churches. Sonic arc deviating somewhat In the dates, but in most churches, full Uvo-week revivals have been planned. . : The following Baptist churches n MiTsisslppi County will'participate: First Baptist Church, Blytheville. the Rev. E. C. Brown, pastor, the Rev. George Phillips, evangelist, and C. S. White, : singer; Calvary Baptist, Blytheville, the Hev. P. H. Jernigan, pastor, tho. Rev. Waif Hamilton,' evangelist; Mary's Chapel, the Rev. David McPeake, pastor and the Rev. William F. Edmonson, evangelist; Fair View, the Rev. J. E. Ratcllff, pastor and evangelist; Clear Lake, the Rev, J. E. Cox, pastor, the Rev. C. W. Law- ranee, evangelist, and J. A. Hayncs, Jr., singer; Nodena' Church, the Rev. Hoy Jolmson, pastor, the Rev. Junior Fieeman, evangelist; and Luxora Church, the Rev. A. B. Hill, pastor, and the Hev. Percy F. Herns, evangelist. . • Kclser Baptist Church, the Rev. F! O. Anders, pastor, the Rev. C. S. Womack, evangelist, and Bob Harris, singer; New Liberty Church, the Rev. Russell puffer, pastor, am: the Rev. D. M. Renlck, .evangelist; Wilson Baptist Church, the Rev. A F. Muricy, pastor; the Rev. E. P. J Garrott, evangelist; and Bruce Frlzzell, singer; Osceola,' the Rev Percy F. Herring, pastor, the Rev. George Gray, evangelist; Manila, ist Church, the Rev. pastor, 'the Rev. W. L. Jordan E Speed evangelist, and Homer Tabert, sing Emmanuel Baptist Church, Dyess the Rev. A. M. Houston, pas or, the Rev. 0. C. Clayton, evange 1st, and Joe Bill Deaton, singer Rosa Church, the Rev. Fred Borer jastor, and the Rev. W. T. Pi: ow, evangelist;' Leachvllle Baptls Church, the Rev. B. W. Pierce, pas tor, the Hev. Pete Kiiisolvlni evangelist; New Harmony, the Re R. L. Williams, pastor, the Rev. i M. Houston, evangelist, and Jo Bill Deaton, singer; at Whitto Baptist Church the Rev. O. C. Hick Is pastor; and at Brown's Chap the Rev. 8. J. Meador, pastor w! be evangelist. The Rev. E- C. Brown, pastor of the First Baptist Church In Blytheville, said that his church also would observe a Sunday School at Night program. A schedule for various age limits has been set up. and will meet for 30 minutes prior to the 7:30 evening services. Bits of News Miss Laura Hale of New York City arrived yesterday to spend the Easter weekend as guest of her rent*. Mr. and Mrs. E. \j. Hale of Armorel. Harold Dean Robertson, who Is a tudent at North Texas state Teachers College, 'Denton, is spencl- ng the Easter holidays here as guest of- his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'a 6k Robertson. • Walter Clark was removed last light to Memphis Baptist Hospltnl he will undergo treatment * WE, THE WOMEN * By Both MUleU, NEA Stall Wrttw VVomen Can't Help Using Charm on Old Beaus where « week. He was motored (o Hospitals BLYTHEVILLE HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. Rene George, city. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: rlemphls by his daughters, Mrs, J. B. Freeman, Mrs. Martha Clark and Mr. Freeman. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman returned to their home last night. Mrs. Clark plans to remain with him for the week. Mrs. Ada Loftln of Memphis Is :pendlng the weekend here as guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hodge, Sr. Condition of H. I,. Byars who Is now at his hpme, 1501 Chlckasawba, is satisfactory. Mr. Byars recently eturned from Memphis Baptist Hospital where he had undergone a minor operation. Mrs. H. C. Holder returned last" night from Normnn, OMa., where she had been spending several months with her daughter, Mrs. Fred Sandfcr and family. , Miss Pett Byars was removed to her home. 1501 Chickasawba, this morning from Walls Hospital where she had been a patient for over a week. Condition of Miss Byars, who s recuperating from pneumonia, Is satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Henley of Memphis will be the Easter day guests of their son, Charles Henley, Mrs. Henley and daughter, Marian. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch and family have as their Easter holiday guests, their son, Bert Lynch, Jr. and Mrs. Lynch, of St. Louis. Mr and Mrs. R. D. Hughes left this afternoon by plane for Dallas. Texas, to spend the Easter weekend with their daughter. Miss Nnncy Hughes, who is cmDloyed there. Dr. and Mrs. W. D. chamblln, Jr., and Infant daughter, have arrived from New Orleans, La., to spend the Easter holidays with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Chamblin. Sr Harry W. Haines has returned from a two-day trip to St. Louis Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mullins and family of Norfolk. Va.. will arrive tonight'to be the Easter weekenc guests of'Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hodge Sr. Capt. and Mrs. Arden B. Crowder and son, Ardcn, Jr., formerly of Blytheville arrived here Wednesday from Germany where Capt. Crowder had been stationed with the occupation Army for three years. They are visiting.here as guests of Miss Irene Crowder other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Green, Jr., arrived last night from the University of Arkansas, Fayctteville to be the weekend guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Green, Sr., of Manila and Mr. and Mrs. L. F. [lodge of Blytheville. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Bryant F. Stewart, Jr., who will be guests of Mr, and Mrs. Bryant F. Stewart, Sr., and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Newell. Jr.. and son of Memphis, will be the weekend guests of Mrs. Newell's "The man my wife was engaged^ to r wlien she met me was in our town on business last week and called us up. My wife Invited him to dinner, and I had to spend the evening watching her be ever so 'charming to nUn. I felt exactly like a third wheel, What Is a husband supposed to do in a case like that?" So writes one fo my readers. My answer is; Grin and bear It. Of course your wife had to be her most charming self. . If there's one thing a woman, any woman, confronted by the sudden appearance of an old beau wants to do, it is to make the old beau see how much he missed in not getting her. Likewise, and this Is only human, she wants to let him see that she did pretty well for herself. Your wife was probably hoping against hope that you'd be witty and gay and make It quite obvious that you were very much in love with her. Makes Wise Choice Apparent That would serve two purposes. It would let the old beau know hat sh e ha rf chosen wisely. And .t would also make her doubly .ure, herself, that she had made the right choice. So I hope you covered up your "third-wheel" feeling well enough to appear to the best advantage as a successful man, a devoted husband, and a good host. After all, old beaus don't come around very often. When they do they are rather important In a woman's life. It gives her a perfect opportunitj for reminding her husband thai she did have other chances, anc that some other men stUl remembers that she exists. And it gives her a fine chance to think with statisfaction: "I might have, married him. Thank goodness Georgi saved me from that." But that is the part ever admits to George. k wife won by Mrs. Neville .Blakemore, second high by Mrs. BlrmkensWp and rcoko, Mrs. George Saliba, Jr. At the conclusion of (.he gnme, the hostess served strawberry ioc cream pic. ;. : , . - Easfer Sunday and Monday Mrs. Otis Branch and baby, city. Mrs. J. D. Lorren and baby, Maila. Mrs. Lewis Glllespie, Osceola. Mrs. Tom Ingram, city. Mrs. Lena Stokes, city. Mrs. M. Llndsey, city. Comina Events Social Calendar Friday Four Winds Club has meeting i Club house, 709 Lilly, at 7:30 p.m. Saturday The Primary and Junior Depart ments of the First Christian Churcl will hold an Easter egg hunt Sat urday afternoon at 2:30 pjn. at th church. Sunday Mlss&s Barbara and *Rosemai Monaghan entertaining with a rec option from 3 to 5 at their horn on Ash St., honoring' Misses Vivian Taylor, Vivian Patterson and .'Reen Norris. Easter Egg hunt for children of members of the Country Club at the club at 3:30 p.m., rain or shine. mother, Mrs. Leslie Hooper. The watchword of camp Fire Oirls Inc., is Wohelo. from the first two letters of the words work health, love. n SPRINO BONNET .— Piize- winning chateau 111 a Chicago fashion show was E.iith Strasburger's "springlike" creation. Made entirely of parts from n mechanical dishwasher, the lial boasts 102 springs. Guild Meeting Is Conducted Nine members of the Ladles the Lutheran Guild met Wednesda night at the home of Mrs. Georg McLeod for a business meeting. Mrs. L. J. Zeller, president, le the opening prayer after which business session was-con due ted. Th group selected Mrs. G. Miessler an Mrs. Herman Hoffman as delegat* to the zone rally which will be he! In Memphis, April 27. Group plans were made for afti Easter activities which - will begi with a box luncheon April 10 i the Fellowship Room, of the clmrc The meeting was closed with group's repeating the Lord's Prayer. Mrs. McLeod served refreshments In the social hour following. GEM Ritz Shows Now at Roxy While Hie Itl'fK THKATUK Is un cr construction this summer, you :\n enjoy your best pictures at KO.VV THKATUK •hem we tmvc Just Installed AIK 'O.XJ>1 HONING.We will run CON- •l.VUOUS SHOWS every cUj- In the week : : The Best In Knlertainment Every Day MOVIES AHE liETTEK THAN EVKR l,ast Times Today All the King's Men with Brotlcrlck Crawford (The picture that won. three Aciulomy Awards) rnminomil News & Selected Short Continuous Snowing Everyday' Saturday Serial "Sir CSaluhad" No.-13 & Sho Cont. Showing Sat. K:30-11:W) Roxy Shows Now .at Gem The Gem Theatre will be open very niglit with continuous «ho»» Saturday and Sunday M. Lasi Times Today Viy Friend Irma with Marie Wilson and John l.untl Selected Short Subjects Saturday Strange Gamble with William Boyd Serial "Kadar Patrol" No. 10 and Short Cont. Snowing Sat- 12:30-11:30 Master Sunday & Monday METRO NEWS xnd Selected Short Ibs 15.25-16.00; 140-170 Ibs 13.1515.50; 100-130 Ibs 10.00-13.00; cows under 400 Ibs 14.50-15.00; over 400 Ibs 13.25-14.00; stags 8.50-11.00; good early clearance all kinds. Cattle 500; calves. 500; mostly about steady !n cleanup trade with small supply or all classes finding tlraggy movement; odd head medium and good steers and heifers 24.00-26.50; good cows. 19.50-20.00; common and medium cows 18.0019.50; cannen and cutters 14.0018.00. , . ' Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, Til.. April 7. (/P)^(USDA)— Hogs 7500; active; barrows and gilts 180-lbs up steady to 10 higher than Thursday; lighter kinds 25 higher; sows and stags unchanged; bulk 180-240 Ibs 1S.OO-25; top 16.25; few lots 250-325 "Soy It With Flowers" Blytheville FLOWER MART Memphis n!waj Phone FOR SALE 3-beclroont Home in good location. Will G. I. or F. H. A. Priced to sell. . New 2-l)edroom house, aftic fan, gas floor furnace. Low down payment. Have several more good buys for FHA or Gl buyers. See or tall SAM GODWIN ".'DAVID REAL ESTATE & INV. CO. Phone 3363 Phone 4124 ' foKEflSTER Favorite gift from Ihe Easier Bunny on Thai Morning! Cal! us or comt in early (o place your order. W« deliver on Easier Day. Paramount News and Selected Shorts Continuous Showing Sunday 1:15-11-.00 Housewives 10 IBS. SUGAR FREE on this SPECIAL OFFER Motor Tune-Up • Clean 8> spac* tpark plu9 *' <P M C O • Set or replace points. ;K ^K J II • Set timing. 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