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FACE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1950 I (9 .,' J. &OC4&Ui Shelton, Society Editor J-. Phone 4461 Alpha Alpha Meets For Business Session Th« bi-monthly business-social meeting cf the Alpha Alpha Chapter ol Beta Sigma Phi was conducted last night at the home of Mrs. Jeraldine Farmer when Mrs. Farmer and Miss Kay Rowel) were hostesses^tp the,group. . Mrs. Ray '. Whit ting ton,, vice- president, presided over the business session during which time six delegates were named to the state convention to be held Saturday In Poplar Bluff. Those to attend are Mrs. Whittington, Mrs. Dick Mills, Mrs. James Rogers, Mrs. Farmer, Mrs. Frances Gammill and Miss Vera Goodrich. Mrs. Whittington was elected extension director for establishing new chapters in nearby towns. Miss Barbara Child and Mrs. Rogers were named by the group as representatives to the Beta Sigma Phi City Council. Plans were made for a joint celebration of Founder's Day, April 30th. The occasion will be observed with a canasta-bridge party at the Rustic Inn at. which the Alpha Delta chapter and the Osccola Chapter will attend. April 28 Is the date selected 'for the party. Immediately following the business session, the remainder of the evening was spent In playing hunco with Mrs. Rovers ' winning high Miss Luella Barnes, bunco, and Miss Florence Moore, low. During the evening, the hostesses served refreshments. Rusliees Are Feted With Progressive Dinner A progressive dinner was given last night by the. Alpha Beta Chap ter ol Epsilon Sigma Alpha sarorit; honoring seven prospective mem bers. - Rushees attending the affal were Misses Maxlne Lcmlennle Paula Covington, Zeleda Fleeman Mary Boll, Mrs^ Joe Warren, Mrs Calvin Hill and Mrs. Ted Fisher. .The first of the four course men was served nt the home of Miss A! ma Cain at 7 p.m. Miss Butonn Jaggers, president, was hostess fo the second course with Mrs. Ra Swlney and Mrs. Halph Wafler hos teases' at the Swiney home for th third course. Miss Frances Jone was' hostess for the last course i t dining room of the Rustic Inn. Following 'dinner, the group spen Itie evening Informally at the Rus «c Inn.-with Eddie B. David an Mi» Lavbnne Tor Hock presentln a" musical program on the Ham znond organ. '_. The dining rooms in' which th eounn -; were served were ndorne irlttl Bguijueta of..( assorted hued •prtoig flowers. Mws Turner Honored At R. A. Porter Home Approximately 65 guests called a the R- A. Porter home last nigl to extend congratulations to MI ClRramae Turner following her con cert at the American Legion Wi Memorial Auditorium. Spring flowers were set at lute Tali throughout the reception an entertaining rooms of the horn Assorted party foods were serve throughout the evening from the r freshment table : which was overla with a Hnen ciitwork cloth, Toppii the table was a low bowl from whli brimmed masses of daisies, snapdr gons and sweetpeas. Mrs. J. Wilsi Henry snd Mrs. James Roy pr sided over the table. Assisting Mr. nnd Mrs. Porl during the evening were Mrs. Jim Graf ton, Mrs. Toby Long, Mrs. W. H. Pease, Mrs. Rupert Crafton and Mrs. B. A. Lynch. * , * e Mrs. Cupples Is Guest With TLE Club Members Mrs. .W. J. Cupples was guest Inst night with the TLE Club when the group was entertained at the W. E. Cherry home for the weekly meeting. During the evening, Mrs. Jerry Scrape won high score In the bridge game with Mrs. William Lambert winning second high and Mrs. Cup- pies; brldgd. After the game, Mrs. Cherry serv- td a salad course. Bits of News TO HE WED—Mr. and Mrs. Meek oung Rowel] of Haytl have an- iunced the engagement ot tlieir uighter. Miss Mary Jo Rowell, lo 'illiam Allen Ceilings, also ot Hciy- , Mr. Gettings Is (lie son of Mr. nd Mrs. Champ Clark Detunes, wedding Is to take place In une. our Guests Attend Yi-Town Meeting Mrs. Gene Teaford Wfts hapless nt er home yesterday to the Trl"own Bridge Club and four guests or the weekly dessert bridge meet- Guests attending were Mrs. Lee Vhite of Osccola, Mrs. Robert Mc- Hnney. Mrs. Dick J. White, and Irs. A. M. Terry, Jr. The club and guests were seated at Individual tables placed In the ntertalning rooms of the home, vhich were decorated with sprint' lorul arrangements. Chris Tompkhis Jr., of Burdctte and J. P. Friend were In Little Rock Monday to attend the funeral o: Wayne Bulman of Fort Smith, a student at University of Arkansas Fayetteville, who was killed Sunday in an automobile accident. Mr Toinpkins and Charles Crlgger it of BIytheville, a University of Arkansas student, served as pallbearers. .Mr. Bulman had visited hen several times as guest of his two classmates. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry McGovern o St. Louts, Mo., announce the birth of a daughter yesterday at a SI Louis hospital. Mrs. McGovern the former Miss Beverly Thomas daughter of Mrs. Oglcsby Thomn of Blyiheville. The baby, who ha not yet been named, has an olde brother, Jerry Jr., who has bee here as guest of his grandmothe for the past several weeks. Dr. and Mrs. D. L. Boyd an nouncc the birth of a son, Monda at their home on Chlckasawha. Th baby, who Is ihelr second chile has been named Dock Ellis. The have another daughter, Leslie Ani aged 14 months. Donald Hlckmnn, a student at tl University of Illinois, Urbnna, II Is visiting here'as guest of his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Tlioma Mr. Hlckmnn Is working toward h doctor's degree at the University. Mrs. Harry W. Halnes and Mr E. R. Mason will attend the.pe formancc of Ampara and Jose Itu bi tonight at Ellis Auditorium in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cook and son, Harold, of Memphis were tho -\DC Members o See Cotton : abric Review R. E. Mabry, representative of the atlonal Cotton Council will clem- ustrate new cotton fabrics for the icmbcrs of the Home Demonstra- clubs at the county council ncctlng at Blackwater gymnasium t 10:30 a.m. Saturday, fr. Mabry will demonstrate the latcrlals In connection with the irotnotion and use of cotton during National Cotton Week. May 1-7. Mrs. Gertrude B; Hollman, home lemonstratlon agent, said that the fternoon program would be cen- ercd about the recognition of Na- lonal Home Demonstration Week, be conducted April 29 through May 5. The Rev. Harvey T. Kidd, pastor if the First Presbyterian Church, vlll discuss family life; Mrs. Carroll Vatson of Osceola will discuss Your Child and You" and Mrs Srnest French of Yarbro will give i book review on the "Emotlona 1 Dllmate In Your Home." The Blackwater and the Shady 3rove Home Demonstration Clubs are to be hostesses to the counci members,' BEGINNER'S LUCK ~''? T ' ;(rf '$"\ 'i&wys ;»^^^ During the alternwn, high score was won by Mrs. Mclliincy with Mrs, Harry N. Whltis winning second high • • » Mrs. Cngger Hostess To Tuesday Bridge Club Mrs. Charles Crigger, Jr., was lostcss yesterday at her home on .Valnut to members of the Tuesday Bridge Club for the weekly meeting. Tulips were the chosen flowers for the decorations of the home, with vases of the flowers being placed at Intervals in the entertaining rooms. Preceding the game, the hostess served a dessert course. During the afternoon bridge game. Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon won high score and Mrs. Rilcy, Jones, second liigh. Tuesday guests of Mrs. Cook's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Waller Larkin. Mrs. James Earl Ross of Memphis is spending today in Blyihe- ville as guest of her parents, Dr* and Mrs. Jarncs L: Guard. Mrs. Ross is the former Miss Molly Guard. Mrs. C. O. Smith, jr., is vacationing In Houston, Tex., as guest of friends. She plans to return home Sunday. Condition of Mrs. M. L. Hawkins, who is a patient: at Walls Hospital following u major operation ten days ago, Is satisfactory. Mrs. Hawkins will be removed to her home on the Armorei-Number Nine Road tomorrow. Condition of C. I,. Nabcrs, who Is seriously 111 at his home on Walnut, Is reported day. slightly Improved to- Cominq Events Social Calendar Thursday G and N Birthday Club meets with Mrs. Walter Lutes at 7:30 p.m. Pathfinders Sunday School Class of the First Methodist Church has monthly social at Church at 7:30 p.m. 'Hostesses for the pot luck- meeting, arc Mrs. Wagner Adams, Mrs. Clint Calilwell. and Mrs. Vance Henderson. Mrs. George Salibn. Jr., hostess to Thursday Upok Club. Avalon Bunco meets with Mrs. John Clause. Mrs. Robert McIIancy honors Kibitzer Club. Thrrscay Contract meets with Mrs. Edgar P. Dorum. Mrs. Jack Henry hostess to Nu Phi Mu sorority at her home nt 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Monroe Bcsharse, co- hostess. Friday Mrs- R. A. Porter hostess to Friday Club. Lucky Rook entertained by Mrs. J. O. jiucy. At The Hosoilals Dismissed: Mrs. Arnold Janes, Cooter. Charles B. Kelly, City. AValls Hospiial Dismissed: Charles Dickerson, Luxora. Mrs. Ida Burks.. City. Sherry Lynn Lee, City, Mrs. R. A. Southerd. Dell. Warren Cook, Victoria. Clara Ann Payne, City. Linda Kay Statum, Rt. 1. Mrs. N. L. Dickcrson and Rt. 3.- 350 Join Missco Baptist Churches During 'Crusade' More than 350 persons have beei added to Mississippi County Bap> tist, Churches during the first eighi days ot-n 14-day evangelist crusade the Rev; 'E. o. Brown, pastor of th First Baptist Church and chairman of the county's crusade committee announced today. The Rev. Mr. Brown said that re ports from most of the churches made yesterday at a meeting In Ma nila, showed that 301 had been add cd by baptism and 52 by letter, am that only partial reports were avail nble for some of the churches. Complete results of the crusadi are to be compiled by the mlddli of next week, he sntd. The move ment in Mississippi County ] s slm ultaneous vylth that of other South ern Baptist Churches west of th Mississippi River. At the First .Baptist Church li BIytheville, 43 have been added b baptism nnd 11 others by letter, o the total, 22 were baptised last Sun day and the baptismal service fo the others Is to" be conducted April 26. The Rev. George Phillips, pasto of the London, Ky., Baptist Clmrc Is evangelist at the First Baptls Church in BIytheville. Study L.essons Presented Circles First Methodist Church Circles met Monday afternoon in the homes of group members for study lessons. Mrs. Allen Pickard was hostess and Mrs. P. E. Black co-hostcs= to 17 members of Circle One. Mrs. W. T. Rainwater presented the study lesson. Fifteen members and one" guest, met with Mrs. George Pyles at her Mrs. Don Frounfelter, of Circle Two, home on Hearn. Mrs. L. A. Baker gave the devotional after which Irs. Earl Nail taught the study les- on. Mrs. Hay Price was hostess to 17 ncmbcrs and one guest of Circle Three. Mrs. Iluth Brickell, of S?na- obin. Miss., houscguest of Mr. and Irs. B. M. Matthews was the cir- le's gue^t, Mrs. Byron Moore pre- ented the devotional followed by he study lesson directed - by Mrs. nek Fiuley Robinson. Circle Four with 12 members and •ue gtie.st, Mrs. Roy I. Bagley, at- endlng met at the home of Mrs. Hiram Wylic. Mrs. Eagley led the pealng prayer followed By the tudy lesson which was given by rtrs. Wylle. Two new members, Mrs. !. E. Beall and Mrs. E. W. Burks, act with the group. Mrs. A. C. Haley was hostess and VIrs. Winford Wyatt co-hostess to 8 members of Circle Five at the taley home. Mrs. W. I. Denton opened the meeting with prayer after which Mrs. W. A. Hollingsworth .aught the study. Circle Six met at the W. P. Brewer home with IS.members and three guest.i, Mrs Ernest Roe, Mrs. J. E. Callaway and Mrs. E. R. Nanklvell, Jr., of Athens, Tenn., houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bush, attending. Mrs. C. L. Wylie presented .the devotional followed by the study which was presented by Mrs. B. A. Lynch. At the conclusion of each meeting, the hostess served refreshments. Met Contralto's Appearance Here Ends Second Civic Concert Season baby, LI 2-42 ! By bue Burneti Few pattern pieces and a clearly ilustnited se wchart enables you to turn out a charming frock that keeps you fresh looking from mom lill night. Try a clean-cut polka dotted fabric or all over flower print. Pattern No. 8556 Is a sew-rlte perforated pattern In sizes 12, 14, IG, 18, 20; 40 and 42. Sizes 14, 4 yards of 39-Inch. 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 Wells Street, Chicago 7. 111. . Send 25 cents now for the Spring an d Summer FASEIION. 48 pages of new styles, fabric news, special features. Free pattern printed Inside the book. PEG Members To AttendConvention Two delegates from Chapter "N" and five from Chapter "D" will attend the state FEO Sisterhood convention to be held in Eureka Springs Friday and Saturday. Those from Chapter "N" to attend are Mrs. J. W_ Adams and Mrs. L. E. Old. Jr. Attending from Chapter "D" will be Mrs. C. S. Lemons, Mrs, \V. Marion Williams, Mrs. W. I. DenLon, Mrs. H. H. Houchins and Mrs. B. A. Lynch. The group plans to leave for Eureka Springs In the morning and will return Sunday. Mrs. R. A. Nelson of Chapter "N" will also attend the convention. With the performance of Miss* Claramae Turner, Metropolitian Opera contralto, the cur Lain went down on the jwcond concert season to be sponsored here by the BIy- theville Civic Music Association, Miss Turner, displaying charm and vitality along with.rich vocalism and admirable acting ability, gave, In the opinion of many, the outstanding performance ot 'the entire season last night at the American Legion Memorial Auditorium. The artist, whose moods the au- dlence_ found contagious, opened her performance in the exuberant mood of "Alleluia" and changed to the wistful miulc of Josef Haydn and "She Never Told Her Love" and the flippant "What Can We Poor Ferrules D3?" by Henry Purcell. Perhaps the best received by the BIytheville audience were the two arias presented by Miss Turner and the familiar Brahma Lullaby. The first aria was from "Don Carlo" by Verdi, ."O Don Fatale"; and the final aria was from "The Medium." Program notes pointed out that Miss Turner had been chosen by the composer, Qian-Carlo Me- nottl, to create the title role Madame Flora in the premier performance of "The Medium." 1 The artist returned to the stage for five encore numbers and man: curtain calls from the enthusiast!' concert-goers, and following th concert scores were back stage seek Ing autographs and conaratulatin the artist. Included among the en cores was a selection from "Car men" and "Love, Tis My Hear Alone." At the outset of the concert, Ml? Turner, In Introducing her qccom panist, Miss Dorothy Zeigler, ex plained that she had received rec ommendations on the accompani? saying she was with the St. Lou Symphony. Upon meeting Mis. Zeigler she learned her position with the symphony, however, was as first trombonist rather than the piano. Her skill, lauded by Mi?s Turner, was apparent during the concert. Miss Turner's debut was with the San Francisco Opera Association. and in 1946 she Joined the Metropolitan Opera Company, making her debut In Fa\ist with an inspired performance that, according to present, day critics, has never once let down. Her dramatic characterizations captured the audience, as well as a beautiful voice with tremendous force and range- After the concert, Miss Turner and the accompanist were honored with a reception at the R. A. Porter home at 120 North Tenth. nd secretary and treasurer, with board of directors of not more lan 20, to be named. The constitution was accepted af- GEM Roxy Shows Now ot Gem The Gem Theatre will b« open every night with continuous shows on Saturday and Sunday Armorel WMS Has Business Meet Seventeen members, one new member, Mrs. J. \V. Kinsley, anrl four visitors, of the Armorel WMS met Monday afternoon nt the Armorel School cafeteria for R business meeting. During the session, plans were discussed for sending donations to tho'Baptist Hospital In Llttln Rock. Mrs. T. R. Watson was hostess (or the meeting. Use fresh pineapple shells In which to serve a dessert of-cut-up fruit. The shells are attractive and will save washing a bowl. To make them split the pineapple down the center lengthwise, cutting right through the green lenves. Scoop out the pineapple ment, team some of it with other varieties of fruit, and refill .the shells. City Music Group Gets Constitution Members of„ the BlytheviJle Civic Music Association last night adopted constitution to govern the two- year-old organization. The document was presented last night prior to the performance of Miss Claramae Turner at the Legion Auditorium by Mrs. James Roy, chairman of the committee named by President R. A. Porter to prepare the constitution several weeks ago. • ; The constitution sets out the aims and purposes' of the organization us a non-profit organization to present a series of concerts, with outstanding nr*' ^ for the members. Provisions were made for membership selection, both junior and senior category, and the presentation of at least three concert artists each year. Officers, according to the new constitution/ will consist of president, four or more vice-presidents day. Special emphasis will be placed on Sunday School tonight, with Youth nnd Junior nights to be emphasized of Thursday and Friday night services. The entire move- Services ment is based on the theme "Christ there are to continue through Sun- Is the Answer." NEW INTERIOR DISPLAYS SHOWN 'IN THE REMODELED GIFT SHOP A loss Ilryan announces (he completion of remodeling work in The Gift Shop. The above picture shows how (he increased floor nrca permits heller display of llieir unusual sift items and home furnishings. Unique in lil.vlhevillej The Gift Shop is located al 103 Kast Main Street. Thursday and Friday THAT TERRIFIC •TICKET To THE TlTllUTlNE RICHARD SALE - RoBEfiVBASSLER Paramount News and Selected Short Continuous Showing Everyday American Legion Auditorium ' BIytheville, Ark. Thurs. April 20,8 p.m. Doors Open 6:30 p.m. (he Original WALLY FOWLER Gospel & Spiritual All Nite Singing Contest Returning by Popular Demand WALLY FOWLER and His Famous OAK RIDGE QUARTET WSM-NBC THE ORIGINAL RANGIRS QUARTET Featuring world's lowest bass singer — Arnold Hylcs, ami one oT the world's highest tenors, Denver Crumbier. The Sensational Happy Goodman Family Mayficld, Kentucky Sponsored by Sanford Tomlinson and his | Calvary Quartet. plus Many other quartets and singers. Tickets on sale at Owens and Holhrock Drug Slores, FEW RESERVED SEATS GBIS'KKAL ADMISSION Children's Admission .... $1.20, tax included. Adults, 75c lax incl. 50c (ax Incl. Last Times Today DOUBLE FEATURE House of Strangers with Klchard Conte and Susan Hay ward Neptune's Daughter with Ucd Sktllun Timl Ksthcr Williams Friclav » «• *M ADVENTURE OF er Mrs, Roy presented It to the au- icnec and recommended Its adop- ion. Other committee member! vere SVorth D. Holder and Mrs. ohn Caudlll. Marriage Licenses The following couple obtained *. marriage license at the olfice 6f Miss Elizabeth BIythe, county clerk, 'eslerdayi B. P. Elder and Miss Wllma Thomas, both of Dlytlievllle. Ritz Shows Now at Roxy While the RITZ THEATRE Is under construction this summer, yon can enjoy your best pictures at KOXY THEATRE where we have just installed AIR CONDITIONING. We will run CONTINUOUS SHOWS every day in the week The Best In Entertainment Every Day MOVIES ARE BETTKK THAN EVER BIG NEW ACHIEVEMENT FROM • WARNER BROS. • • ' -ROSRIDCCCIAS — — . — ., ---- ~ _. JERRY wa Selected Subjects Last 'Times Today Inspector General yrilli Danny Kaye and Barbara Bales Selected Short Subjects ^fc Continuous Showing Everyday Coming Soon to the ROXY—TUB BEST FIRST SHOWINGS for BIytheville DAKOTA UL with George Montgomery, Marie Windsor and Rod Cnmeron THE HKIKKSS with Olivia dc HUT- illnnd and Montgomery Clift YOUNG MAN WITH A HORN with Kirk Douglas and Lauren Bacall >e*off ONE CENT As For A'P e W THURSDAY THROUGH MONDAY APRIL 20-24 INCL. LIFE Post Look Cottier's • Farm Journal and A* t&e, , , REXALL RADIO SHOW NBC Sundays • starring PHIL HARRIS & ALICE FA YE DRUG STORE Main & Railroad /

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