The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 15, 1950 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 15, 1950
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PAGE FOUK BLYTirEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1950 <? >4 e>ocielu, Shelton, Society Editor 9 Phone 44 Miss Johnson To Wed Arthur S. Harrison Dr. and Mrs. Ress Lemuel John- Eon of Blylheville are today announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Lonnie Moore Johnson, to Arthur S, Harrison, son of Judge and Mrs. 2al B. Harrison. Miss Johnson Is a graduate of Shavnee High School, Joiner, where she was selected "Good Citizenship Girl" her junior and senior years and was elected football queen her senior year. She attended Hendrlx College, Conway and wns a member of the Choristers, Chapel Choir and the sophomore council. Miss Johnson .reigned as "Miss Osceola for 1018" and participated in the Miss Arkansas contest and the Arkansas Matd of Coilon contest for 1050. Mr. Harrison was graduated from 'Blytheville High School and received two years of pro-law training at Hendrlx College. Conway. He received a bachelor of law degree . froiri law school in Little Rock and was associated wiih Miles and Amsler law firm In Little Rock for one year prior to returning to Blytheville' where he opened a' law office in August of 1947. Mr. Harrison, who has served as deputy prosecuting attorney since January of 1349, Is a veteran of four years service in the Coast Guard. Wedding plans will be announced at a later date. Sylvesters Entertain • Groups at Sliriner's Club The past Matrons and Patrons Club and members of the Eastern Star were entertained last night al the Sliriner's club when Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester honored the group with a potluck supper and tacky party. : T Preceding the evening's entertainment, a buffet supper was serv- • ed 'from a long table which was overlaid with a linen cloth and tapped_ with accrescent shaped arrangement of 'mixed spring flowers. Feathery fern was Interspersed In the arrangement. , '' ; : :Following supper, Mrs. J. A. Sal lba, ; president, conducted a brief business session after which the group spent the remalnde^ of the . evening playing rook. i Mrs. Alma Norman won high ' score for the women with J. D. \Smlth winning high fore the men. Mrs. Salibft won rooko. Mrs. McCann Hostess -To. Lucky Rook,'•Guests •'.; Mrs. T..O.' Huey was high score /winner at the weekly meeting of the Lucky Rook Club yesterday. Mrs. '' W. P. McCann was hostess at her home to the club members and two guests, Mrs. Huey and Mrs. Pete Wren. Preceding the Etme, the hoste,ss •erred a dessert course. Other win- neds for .the afternoon were Mrs. Wren, who won second high, and Mrs. J. O. Huey, rooko. The room In which the guests •were seated at Individual tables wai decorated with Easter lilies. • • * McCalla Home Setting For Club,.Guests Meeting Mrs. J. Fan-is McCalla was hostess yesterday at her home on Walnut to members of the Friday Club and two guests for the weekly dessert-bridge. Guests meeting with the club were Mrs. Edgar A. Stacy and Mrs: H. C. Patton, Jr. Pottery vases filled with iris and greenery were placed In the room in which the afternoon was spen in bridge. High score winner was Mrs. Stacy with Mrs. Monroe Crain, Jr., win ning second high and Mrs. McCalla winning bridge. Contract Club Meets; Mrs. Whitlaker Hostess Two guests, Mrs. Jesse Taylor nnd Mrs. Ray Hall, met yesterday with members of the Friday contract Club at the Loyd Whittaker home fortfhe weekly dessert bridge meeting at which Mrs. whitaker was hostess. Vari-shaded gladioli, arranged in crystal bowls, were placed in the entertaining room and throughout TO BECOME BRIDE—Miss Lonnie Mcore Johnson, daughter o Dr. and Mrs. Lemuel Johnson, is the bride-elect of Arthur S Harrison, son of Judge and Mrs. Zal B. Efarri.son. Announcement o the bethrothal is made today by Miss Johnson's parents. Plans for th wedding will bo revealed at a later date. Coming Events Social Calendar Monday WM0 of First Baptist Church meets at church at 2:30 p.m. Lake Street WSCS -meets at church at 2:30 p.m. Joint Executive Board and general business meeting of the Women's ..Council of the First Christian Church at the home of Mrs. Russell Havs at 2:30 p.m. Circles of the First Methodist Church meet In the homes of members at 2:30 p.m. Miss Vera Goodrich entertains OEO Club. Tuesilaj Mrs. J. F, Owens hostess to group of faculty members of city system with tea at Owens home at 4:30 p.m. Mrs. W. E. Cherry entertains TL.E Club. Ln Petite meets with Mrs. Eric Wnitley. Mrs. Hildrcd Bunch hostess to Circle Seven of the First Methodist Gosnell Honor Rol Is Announced Church at home at 6 p.m. stilly Mrs. B J. Allen entertains Club Wednesday Club meets with Mrs. W. J. Pollard. Mrs. Bill Taylor entertains Alpha Beta Bunco Cl"b. Mrs. George Saliba, Jr., hostess to Thursday Rook Club. Avalon Bunco meets with Mrs. John Clouse. Mrs. George Hubbard. Jr., honors Kibitzer Club. Thrrsday Contract meets with Mrs. Edgar P. Borum. Mrs. Jack Henry hostess to Nu Thirty-eight students of the Gos nell High School have been place on the honor roll for the past si weeks period, F. E. Lucius, superln tendent, announced today. Students placed on the honor ro were: Leonard Dixon, Preston Law rence, Jackie Moore, iSammie Wes Louise Connelly, Sue krech, Viole Pipkins, Martha Ward, Earnest A len, Betty Gann, Myrtle Minyan Joyce Hall, Donald Hyde, Hoy Le McKay, Ver'na Maxwell, Chnrlp Tankerslcy, Charles Wllliford, Ga Helen McMillin, Geneva Lee Pau line Lee, Hilda McGhee, Mary Mor gan, Clifford Morgan, Marlene Don ner, Frances Cotton, Betty Jea Lucius, Bonnie Roberts, Hownr Maxwell,=3ames Lucius, Katherii rioffstetH'iy-Wanda Grimes, Eliza beth LeeT'SVnne Necdham, Dott Jean Reagan, Nellia Flowers, En: nest Brown, Ruth Krech and Sylv Moody. Attorney C. L. Cooper addresse the student body yesterday morn Ing prior to awarding of ccrtificat to the honor students. Phi Mu sorority at her home 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Monrce Bcsharsc, hostess. Friday Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Cooley. left lis morning for Russcllville' where ley will spend several days as ucsts of their son, the Rev. W. K, ooley, Mrs. Cooley, and family, hey plan to return Tuesday. Bobby Gene Mullen, engineering lajor from Blytheville, and Harold •rant Collar, Jr., a science and lath major from Joiner, have been laced on the Dean's list for the inter quarter at Ark. Tech, Rus- ellvlllc. Mr. Mullen had a 4.55 av- age and Mr. Collar a 4.74 average Mrs. E. B. Woodson Is leaving in le morning for Waruer-Robblns •a., where she will visit as guesi f her daughter, Mrs. John S. Hudon, Jr., and Major Hudson. Mrs Woodson will also visit in Griffin .-a,, as guest of Dr. and Mrs. Join d Clouse prior to returning home Mrs. E. B. Nankivcll Jr., and aughter, Knthy, of Athens, Tenn. rrlved yesterday to spend two ceks with Mrs. Nankivell's par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bush. Mr. and Mrs. Melvln D. Crowe f Mount Ida, Ark., are the week- nd guests of Mr. Crowe's parents Ir. and Mrs. W. M. Crowe. Mrs 3rowe Is the former Miss Sylves er Ruth Summitt of Mount Ida Ir. Crowe and his bride were mar led Easter Sunday In a ceremonv rerformed at the First Baptist pas or's study In Bcnton, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Crowe will be at home In i._. Orleans, where Mr. Crowe is an ot fleer in the Merchant Marine. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Flowers o ilemphis are the weekend guests o Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Clareon an "amily. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Juul an Mr. and Mrs. Bob Juul of Altai qiierque, ' N. M., arc the weekcn uests of Mr. antl Mrs. Freema Huey and family. The group visile relatives In Missouri before comln to Blytheville for the weekend. Miss Louise Morgan and Miss Bet ty Jo Milken of Memphis are 'tl- weekend guests of Mr. and Mr Troy Benson nnd family. Condition of Mrs. W. O. Ander son. who was dismissed this mom Ing from Blytheville Hospital, satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Shelton an daughters, Misses Joy and Jan Shelton, left this afternoon fo Quthrie, Ky., where Mr. and Mrs Shelton and Jane will be the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs.. E. Morgan. Joy will be the weeken guest of Nancy Stovall and h parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Stova and sister in Fulton, Ky. Keiser Child Leaves Convalescent Center Three-year-old Teddy McLea son of Roderick McLean of Keke has been discharged from the Chi drens Convalescent Center at Ja sonvllle. One of the more serious affected of the 1949 polio victim he can now walk a little with slstance, but must wear full paral tic braces. The center at Jacksonville Is o erated through the Arkansas Association for the Crippled, Inc. aptist Churches' Irusade' Enters ts Second Week Worship services at the First Bapst Church tomorrow will mark the eglnnlns of the second week of 10 Evangelistic Crusade, and spe- al attendance goals and special orvlces have been planned for the ays program. The Rev. George Phillips, evange- st from London, Ky., will addn-ss ic congregation at'10:55 a.m. and :30 p.m. tomorrow. C. S. White ilnister of music and cducatio>: at First Baptist Church Is directing he singing. Activities tomorrow will begin with rayer services in the Pastor's study, receding Sunday School at 0;4r .m. A goal of 100«at the church ml ICO at the chapel mission m' ig has been set (or attendance Services next week will continue t 7:25 a.m., ';:00 p.m. for nfghl Sunday School and at 7:30. Monday will be Men's Night liesday is Womens Night; Wed- icsday is Sunday School Night 'hursday Is Youth Night; and Priay night is to be Junior Night. The theme of the crusade, being onductcd simultaneously In SDUth- rn Baptist Churches west of the Mississippi River, Is "Christ Is the Answer." Similar meetings are underway i 20 Mississippi County Baptis' >hurchcs. Time for Singer's Concert Changed Officials of the Blytheville Civil Music Association today announce! that time for the performance o Miss. Claramae Turner, schedulci for 8 p.m. Tuesday, has beei changed to 8;30 p.m. Miss Turner, a Metropolitni Opera Contralto, will be the las artist to appear under- the sponsor ship of the Blytheville music gi this season. She Is noted for he capacities as a singer and actre-ss. The concert time was changed i cooperation with The First Baptia Church, engaged in special services now. The services there are to b dismissed early enough to allow th congregation to attend the concer Alabama Is said to have chose the yellowhaminer<as state bird be cause its coloring Is similar to tha of the Confederate cavalry uniform SUN DRESS-JACKET Burdette Seniors Are Honored The senior class of the Burdette High School was honored last night when Ear) Snider, Jr., entertained ,lie group with a chicken supper at ils resliuirnnt. Twelve members ot the senior class and Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Autry nnd Mrs. Selma Morgan attended as guest 1 : of Mr. Snider. GEM Roxy Shows Now at Gem The Gem Theatre will be open every night with continuous ih on Saturday and Sunday Saturday By Sue Burnett Here's a darling little sundress that's designed to please girls of three to eight. Use a bright contrasting band for waist top and skirt trim. The tiny jacket buttons on, Is as cute as can be. Pattern No. 8544 Is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 3, 4, S, 6, 7 and 8 years. Size 4. dress, li yards of 39-Inch; 1 jacket and trimming. 1 yard. k Don't miss the Spring and Summer FASHION. This latest issue is colorful, informative. — a complete pattern magazine. Fabric news, fashion tips, a wealth of smart frocks to sew for summer are all included. 25 cents. For this pattern, send 25 cents. In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, courier News. 530 South weUs Street, Chicago 7. 111. Send 25 cents now for the Spring and Summer FASHION. 48 pages of new styles, fabric news, special features. Free pattern printed Inside the book Cowboy and the Prizefighter willi Jim Bannon Mrs. R. A. Porter hostess to Friday Club. Lucky Rook entertained by Mrs. J. O. Huey. At Trie Hos^'-ls Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. W. O. Anderson, City. Mrs. Spencer Wolverton, Hbrners- vllle. Walls Hospital Dismissed: • Jack Eishop, City. Mrs. Gene Denton, Osceola. Mrs. W. G. Sumncrs and baby, Stcele. the home for the occasion. Mrs. Taylor won high score. Mrs George D. Pollock. Jr., second high and Mrs. Whittaker, brldgo during the afternoon. "Say It With Flowers" IJIyllicville FLOWER MART Memphis Hivrajr Phone 600'.! OF at Highway 61 II. V. S11AUP, Evangelist Daily Radio Program 12:15-12:30 Weekly Sunday 8:30-0:00 A.M. KLCN Sunday and Monday BIBLE CLASSES I'or All Sunday 9:50 You Are Welcome Mr. Hilly Lovelace of Slcelc will speak Sunday Sunday Morning—'The Progrcssivcncss of Sin" Sunday Evening—"Faithful Watching" WHERE CHRIST AND CHRISTIANS MEET CHURCH OF CHRIST You Always Get Tastier Seasonal Foods at ' the RUSTIC INN • Ball Park Hot Dogs 0 Fried Shrimp in Basket • Barbecue Ribs Dine Regularly at the Rustic Inn Serial 'Radar Patrol" and Short No. 11 Cont. Showini Sat lt:JO-ll:M Sunday & Monday (HOUBtK FEATURE) i atnr ^ VICTOK HUTTON • MATURE "RE&HOT AND BLUE" WIUIAH DEHIREST HIV I H»(QC THE STORY OF AREDHiADED . SHIUI THE USE ACROSS THE STREET >m«M*WAIII» MN1 E JAMS ttua MORRIS • PA!GE - BENNETT RICHARD BARE •'~;""^>-'—"'*~ Cont. Shoving Sun. 2:30-11: Rite Shows Now at Roxy While the KITZ THEATRE Ig i ir construction this sammer, »n enjoy your best pieti ROXV THEATRE here we have just installed AIB 'OND1TIONING. We will ran CON. IMIOUS SHOWS every day In U» •eek The Best In Entertainment Every Daj MOVIES ARE BETTER THAN EVER Saturday The Rustlers with Tim Holt >erlal "Sir Galahad" No. 14 & Short Cant. Showini Sat U:30-11:M Coming Soon to the KOXY—THK BEST FIRST SHOWINGS for BlythevlUa NSPECTOR GENERAL with D*k- ny Kaye and Barbara Bate* A TICKET TO TOMAHAWK with Dan Dalley and Anne Baxter DAKOTA LIL with Georo Montgomery, Marte Windsor and Rod Cameron THE HEIRESS with Olivia de Rar- Uland and Montgomery CUft YOUNG MAN WITH A HORN with Kirk Donflas and Lauren RADIO REPAIR Th« Only Bonded Repair Service in Blytheville— \Every Job Guaranteed. TV Experts Piano Tuning And Repair Pianos—New and Used Music Instruments Supplies and Repairs. Everything In Music Sheet Music—Records— Sound Equipment- Recordings BROOKS MUSIC STORE 107 E. Main — Tel. 681: A BOLD, AND BEAUTIFUL PICTURE FWOW WARNER vniH r«>eu«D anr tetter to rt THELMA RITTER JERRYWALD BRETAIGNE WINDUST SCflto* RAT BY term SQMXE.R *o*mTKn« RT cto*oc om**tw«ti» Paramount News and Selected Shorts Continuous Showing Sunday 1:15-11:00 A MIGHTY CRUSADE FOR CHRIST, APRIL 9 - 23 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 8th fc Walnut Time of Services (Week Day) 7:25 A.M.—7:55 A.M.—Morning Service (no morning service on Monday and Saturday) 7:00 P.M.—Junior Choir 7:00 P.M.—Sunday School at Night 7:30 P.M.—Evening Service Rev. E. C. Brown, Pastor BlythMvilfe, Ark. Time of Services (i«ndaj) 9:00 A.M. Prayer Servlc* 9:40 A.M.—Sunday School 10:55 A.M.—Morning Worship 6:30 P.M.—Training Union 7:30 P.M.—Evening Wo r- ghip. (Evening service broadcast on KLCN-FM) REV. GEORGE PHILLIPS London, Kentucky, KvnnRfilisl IT DOES MATTER WHAT WE BELIEVE! Christ gave (he plan in John 3:16, "For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever hclievclh in him should not perish, but have ever- Tasting life." \ Great Bible-centered Gospel Preaching by Evangelist George Phillips Inspiring Gospel Music led by C. S. While, Singer A CORDIAL WELCOME AWAITS YOU C. S. WHITE, Singer Minister of Mask and Education

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