The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 29, 1950 · Page 2
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PAOBTWO BLYTHITVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, APRIL '29, 1950 Phone 4461 Spring Theme Used (n; Annual Band Banquet Maypoles, colonial dancing dolls, and miniature umbrellas, suggestive of'the iprlnf season, were used throughout the decorations of the Mirror -Room of Hotel Noble last night when Ihe Band Mothers en- tertilned with the annual Band Mother! banquet. Guests were the school board, officers of the Athletic Association and faculty member*: • ., • Th« btnd »'U seated at long tablet topped with Maypole scenes. Piper nuche dolls dressed In pastcj colonial era frocks were arranged around the pole to represent Maypole dancers. A design of spring flowers, made Into an open um- brtUa; to ward off spring showers, centered the guest table. After the banquet, the Dixie Land Harmony Quartet composed of Bobby McDanlel, Sonny Stlres, Jimmy Culbertton and Billy Haynes, presented a. musical program. Emily 6ue; D«mon was accompanist. A- v mediclne show, complete with barker, was presented by Bobby McDaniel, after which a fashion contest of spring bonnets was held. Joe*Elkl&s was acclaimed best designer with Miss Rosa Hardy be- tngraelected the best "model" for the ,!'cre»tions." A song guessing contest wts held with Mrs. Robert Llpscbinb winning the prize for naming the most songs. This was followed with an introduction of band officers for the 1950-51 session. J. ;B. Riggs w&s Introduced as president, Evelyn Wallace as vice- president; Ruth McKisson, secretary; "and Joe Skins, treasurer. Bob Blodget, retiring president, acted 1* matter of ceremonies. :. •:>. ' •••••. Sorority Observes Fotinder'i Day Two Blytheville chapters of Beta phi observed Pounders Day with:a dessert.bridge aiid canasta party at the Rustic Inn last night, with; mori than 40 members attending. Special guests of the Alpha Alpha arid; 1 Alpha Delta chapters were thJree members of the Osceola chapter; Miss Eva George, Mrs. Charles • Wlyful arid Mm. L. O. Glazier. Tlw individual tables were' center** with' yellow snap dragons Arid/greenery in crystal bud vases, with''hand made paper mache dolls, adding to the decorations. /•In'the games, Mrs. Frances Gam~ mitt won high for the five tables of:bridge, with Mrs. Richard T Mill* 'winning low. in the canasta gamW, Mrs. F. E. Black won high '; and'.'Mrs. Jerry Farmer, low. Mrs ^ Ramon. Morton won bridgo. Prior to" the games Mrs. T. H Caraway, Alpha .Delta president totd Ibrlefly about the founding of tljii';iorority. Mrs. Ray Whittington made a report on the state con- Tendon conducted last week-end al Phw !: Bluff. •' ••• ' ' 'iBss Ver* Goodrich, president of th« 'Alpha Alpha chapter, and Mrs J.'N; Smothermon, president of the Blytheville City Council of Beta Sigma phi, acted as hostess for the rrent.'.. Mrs. Black and Mrs. W. J. pol- lartii- iponsor and director for the Alpha I Alpha chapter were also special guests. • '•>.'--. -' • * • World Travel Theme Of Club Program •Mrs. Louise Chapman of Armor' el.discussed her recent summer In Europe for members of the Blythe vllle Woman's Club yesterday at a meeting empha»!zlng "World Tra vel."! .Mrs. Chapman spent severa months in Europe in 1MB. Included on the program, attend ed by more than 40 Woman's Clu . members, were reports .on the stnt< convention - of Arkansas Federate Women's Club, held in Blythevlll last ' weekend, presented by Mrs George Lee; and report ol the Gar den Committee by Mrs. C. M. Gray During the business session. Mr C.' E. Graves, Mrs. R. E. Blnylort and .Mrs. George StUweil were in troduced as new members. Hostesses were Mrs. J. D. Smitl Mrs. W. T. Rainwater. Mrs. 3. E Webb, Mrs. W. D. Cobb. Mrs. Gi Eberdt. Mrs. Roy Head, Mrs. Da Mrs. Kendall Berry, club president, presided. Mrs. Priest Hostess .. To Lucky Rook Club Lilacs, arranged in crystal vases, decorated the entertaining rooms of the Cecil Priest home yesterday v;hen Mrs. Priest was hostess for the weekly meeting of the Lucky Rook Club. H!?h score was won by Mrs. W F. McCann with Mrs. Freeman Huey winning second hlKh nud Mrs. J. O. Huey rooko. Mrs. Priest served a dessert course afterwards. • • • Monthly Social Held At Allison Home Miss Peggy Allison was hostess last night al her home on Cherry to 15 members of the Senior Intermediate Group of Cnlvary Baptist Church for the monthly social. •The group spent the evening In party games In the entertaining rooms of the home which were deco- iflth spring floral arrangc- JUNIOR TWO-PIECE 8431 11-18 By Sue Burnett ' Here's an attractive two plecer designed to compliment a Junior Igure. Contrasting bunds finish the cap sleeves and flaftd peplum, the smooth skirt is the easiest kind of sewing. : Pattern No. 8431 Is a sew-rlte jerforatcd pattern in sizes 11, 12, 3. 14. !6 and 18. Size 12, 4% yards of 39-inch; 1 yard contrast. Don't miss tlie Spring and Summer FASHION. This latest issue is colorful, Informative, — a complete pattern magazine. Fabric news, fashion tips, n wealth of smart frocks ' sew for summer are all Included. 25 cents. t '•,•'• For these patterns, send 25 cerits.- in COINS, for EACH pattern , ordered, your name, address, slze : desired, and the PATTEnN NUMBER :d Sue Burnett, Courier News,- 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 1, 111. The Spring and Summer FASHION offers many Ideas for', a mart new wardrobe. Special: fabric edition — more, American Designer Originals — easy to sew styles — gKt ;xitU:m printed Inside. 25 cents. Friday Contract Meets; Mrs. Modinger Is Guest Tuckerman Guest Speaks At Annual Church Banquet The Rev. Alfred Knox of Tucker- inii was guest speaker at the annual bouquet of the First Methoduit Church honoring Methodist members of the high school graduating class. About 32 class and faculty members attended the affair held Thursday night In the church banquet room. W. D. Nicholson, superintendent of schools, gave the Invocation after which the Rev. Roy J. Bagley, pastor gave the Welcoming Address. Mrs. O. E. Quellmalz, faculty member, was mistress of ceremonies for the occasion. In complement to the school odors, bowls of red and white tulips, were set at Intervals along the banquet table. Place cards adorned with busts of graduates, wearing the traditional caps, marked each guest 1 place. ; Bouquets of spring blossoms were set at Intervals around the room. Following the banquet, the Rev. Kuox, piesented a satire on man, through the use of cartoons. "Good-bye" was ,he- theme used in the vocal selections presented by Mary Joe Eaton. Charles Kinnlngham presented several accordlan solos. Special guests attending Included Mr. and Mrs. Nicholson, W. D. Tommey, high school principal, Mrs. Tommey and -Mrs. Knox. The dismissal prayer was given by Mrs. Bagley. Bits of News Mrs. C. Modinger, Sr., was guest yesterday with members of the Friday .Contract Club when Mrs. Russell c. Farr was hostess to "the group at her home on Walnut for the weekly meeting. White and orchid shaded Dutch ris and gladioli were arranged around the spacious entertaining room in which the afternoon was spent In bridge. Mrs. Modinger won high score, Mrs. C. W. Garrigan second high and Mrs. Uoyci Whlttaker, bridgo. During the afternoon, the hostess served, refreshments. At The Hosoitals lilythcvillc Hospital Dismissed: John McDowell, City Ray Akin, Maiden Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Susie Victory, Luxora Mrs. J. G. Gay, Air Base Roger Graham, Stccle R. a. Turner, City Dickie Edwards, Manila J. W. Richardson. City Richard Shelton, City J. N. Rasbcrry, Rt. 3 Condition of Mrs. Jimmy James, who underwent a major operation several days ago at the Blytheville Hospital, Is reported satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs: Elberl Berry of Pine Bluff are the weekend guests of Mr. Berry's sister. Mrs. Claire Miller, Mr. Miller and sons. Mrs. O. N. Hawkins has been called to Memphis due to the critical Illness of her daughter-in-law. Mrs. Balrd Hawkins. Mrs, Hawkins has been critically 1 !!! In a Memphis hospital for several days. Condition ol Ray Akin of Maiden, who is undergoing treatment at the Blytheville Hospital, Is reported satisfactory. Condition of Reeves C. Allen, who has been 111,for the.past several days In Memphis Baptist Hospital is reported Improved. Mrs. Allen and Mrs. Alice Womack are In Memphis with him. . :' Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle O. Elklns. Jr., and daughter, Tereasa Jean, ol Brinkley will be the weekend guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. O Elkins, and Daws. Mr. and Mrs. Louts Hickman of Malvern, formerly o'f Blytheville, announce the birth of a son April 21 In Mnlvern. The baby, who Is their third child, has been named Richard Calvin. Mrs. S. W. Barton of Omaha. Neb. spending several days here gucsl of her parents, Mr. and Mrs O. W. McCutchen. A. M. Williams was admitted to Campbell's Clinic, Memphis, Wednesday where he will undergo check up. Miss Patricia L. Lair, daughter of W. W. Lair of Steele, Mo., has enlisted In the Women's Air Force for four years it Is announced today PvL. Lnlr is a graduate of Steele High School and was a partlclpani in sports there. Pvt. Lair Is now re. celvfng basic training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Tex. Coming Events Soctai Calendar M«Ki»T WSCS of Wesley Memorial Methodist Church meets at 2:30 p.m. at Ihe church. WSCS of First Methodist rnettn it church at 2:30 p.m. (or business program meeting. WSCS of 'Lake Street Methodist Church meets at church at 2:10 p.m. Missionary Study group of the Women's Council ol the First Christian Church meets with Mrs. Rupert Crafton 'at 2:30 p,m. Wesleyan Service Guild meets at First Methodist Church at 1 p.m. YWA has Mississippi County meeting at Calvary Baptist Church at 7:30 p.m. WMO of First Baptist Church meets at the church at 2:30 p.ra TM«lay Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets with Miss Luella Barnes at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. .Ramon Morton, co-hostess. ,' ' Mrs. Max Reid hostess-to Tue»day Bridge Club. La Nueve meets with Mr«. B*n Mac White. Mrs. Eric Whltley hostess to L* Petite. TLE Club meets with Mrs. William Lambert. Trl-Town entertained by Mrs. James Terry. American Legion Auxiliary meets at the Hut at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Mrs. Fred Boyctt hostess to Alpha Beta Bunco Club. ! Wednesday Club meets with Mrs. Baker Wilson. Garden Club meets at 2:30. Thunday Mrs. Taft Metaer hostess to Armorel HD Club. Thursday Rook meets with Mrs. Harold Hinson. Clinic for pre-school children to enter Sudbury School for 1950-51 ;esslon held from 1 to 2 p.m. at the Mississippi County Health Unit. Mrs. Theodore' Logan hostess : to Double Four Club. Mrs. Hugh Gentry entertains Avalon Bunco. , Thursday Club meets at the Country Club for luncheon bridge. Mrs. P. D. Foster hostess to Thursday Contract Club. Friday • Bonnie Jean and Mary Agnes Peeplfts hostess to the Young People's Training Union of Calvary Baptist Church at their home, 2113 Edwards, at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. J. O. Huey entertains the Lucky Rook Club. Dell Commencement Events Planned bishop and Missionary to China To Visit Missco Epjscopa! Churches ments. Durjng the evening. Miss Allison, assisted by Mrs. Olan Allison, server refreshmenls. Mr. and Mrs. a. V Deloris Valedictorian Ella Ma) Dixon Salutatorian The commencement program for the Rev. M. R. Qrlffln, president he Dell High School was announc- :d todny by A. E. Cnldwel), super- ntendent. Delorls Mosley has been named as he highest ranking student schol- istlcally.'and will share honors with Ella Mai Dixon. salulatorlan. Fourteen seniors are o receive diplomas at ceremonies scheduled or May 18, when James McDaniel. Jonesboro attorney, is to make.the lommencement address. R. B. Crawford, secretary of the board of education of Dell, will present the diplomas. This program will follow the baccalaureate sermon to be given by of the board of'education and pastor of the Dell Baptist Church. Both events are scheduled for 8 p.m. On May 15, the seniors will present the senior piny, "Lena Rivers,' under the direction of Mrs. A. E Caldwell, sponsor. The Junior class has scheduled their play for May 10. L. T. Mooro and Miss Patsy Bittiner are supervising the production of "The Wild Oats Boy." Elementary grades are to present a musical program on May 12 Events are scheduled for the schoo auditorium. Two men active In Episcopal iliurch work are scheduled to visit Blytheville and Osceola churches tomorrow and Monday. The Right Rev. R. Bland Mitchell if Little Rock, bishop of the Epis:opal Diocese of Arkansas, will be at St. Stephens Episcopal Clmrch n Blytlievllte at 11 a.m. tomorrow and at Calvary Episcopal Church In Osceola at 7 p.m. On Monday, the Rev. Charles Long, who recently returned from !ommun!st-held China, where he was working with the Episcopal Church, is to be at. the St, Stephens :hurch at 7:30 p.m. after a 1:30 >.m. appearance 'at the Osceola church. The Right Rev. Mr. Mitchell will have a program of visitation for both churches and at 11 a.m. will administer the Apostolic Rite of Confirmation for several delegates at the SI. Stephens Church. Following the services an executive committee meeting Is to be conducted, and then a luncheon at the Hotel Noble. At 4:30 p.m. he will meet with Osceola's executive committee, and have the visitation at 1 p.m. The Rev. Mr. Long, a native of this country, was graduated from Yale University In 1943, spent three years in China, and was the delegate from Shanghai to the genera- convention of the Episcopal Church at San Francisco last year. He recently returned from Nanking and has accepted a position as Episcopal chaplain for the University of Pennsylvania. At present. h« ii •! touring part of this section and '•' discussing before church groups the ; China situation. He plans to obtain ; a leave of absence next year for •.work at Oxford University In Erurl •'. land. '• Old Coins Found PAVIA — Ifh- An Important dls-' : covcry of 4th century coins ,rjj . been made here. The Fine A^I'J; Commission, which classified *om« of the finds as 'unique, described • the discovery as "the most Important made in Europe for the last • 100 years." ' '; The coins, nearly 100 large gold •' and silver rarities, were in an urn : unearthed by peasants working in < a field. Authorities sat- 1 one big 1 com bore the name of Constant n. < Six large silver ones bore the names ' of'the Emperors Valente, Graziano, ' Valentinian I, and Theodore 1. ; Clam juice comes In handy bottled •; form to be used for a first course ' for dinner. Mix the clam juice with ' tomato juice if you like and serve : icy cold. ' Butter stains usually can be re-, moved when sponged with wood al- | conol, chloroform, or carbon tetra- ! chloride. Mrs. Bay Guest With Church;Class Mrs, Robert Buy was guest Thursday night with 14 members of the Euzellan Sunday School clo-^s of the First Baptist Church when the group met at the Bill Hurt home for the monthly meeting. Hostesses for the affair were Mrs. Hurt and Mrs. Harold Callahan. M rs. A .T. Hays . ope n'e d the meeting with prayer alter vvhfch Mrs. J. C. Roach presented the devotional. A business session was conducted followed by the closing prayer which was given by Mrs. M. R. Wimbish. During the social hour following, the hostesses served a salud plate with iced drinks to the guests who were seated In the entertaining rooms, which were decorated with boquets of spring blossoms. The indicator weight for a pressure saucepan should be handled carefully—never drop It or Immerse It in water. . ' Bible Class Has Meeting The monthly business and social meeting of the Ladies Bible Cl of the First Methodist Church was held yesterday afternoon at the church with 38 members and two guests attending. In the absence of the president. Mrs. O. N. Hawkins,, Mrs.) Frank Webb was In charge. The meeting was opened with the devotional given by Mrs. A. C. Haley. Mrs. Haley used as her scripture. trie eighth chapter of Romans arid the 14th Chapter of John. Mrs. W. I. Dehton led In prayer after which two Olrl- Scouts from Troop Number Four presented musical selections and a reading. Nancy Hamby presented several piano numbers followed by-the reading, "Gossip," given by Patty Scott. An old photograph contest also was held In which each member displayed the oldest photograph she owned. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Mary Henley, Mrs. Maude Hall. Mrs. John Moore. Mrs A. E. Ooodrlch. Tulips and other spring flowers arranged in crystal vases decorated the room in which members and their special guests,. Mrs. Glenn Ladd. Nancy Hamby and Patty Scott were seated. The group adjourned with prayer led by Mrs. Roy I. Bagley. ofl kVJ V Main OF Main at Highway 61 H. F. SHARP, Evangelist ' Invited ' To Attend Daily Radio Program 12:15-12:30 Weekly Suiidar 8:30-9:00'A.M. f' '' KLCN You Are Cordially BIBLE CLASSES For All Sunday 9:50 You Are Welcome SERMONS: Sunday Morning: "The Sure Foundation." Sunday Evening: "Medilations in Hebrews." WHERE CHRIST AND CHRISTIANS MEET CHURCH OF CHRIST Are Termites Ruining Your Property? Government statistics say that Termite damage was second only to fire in the United States. We will make an inspection and give you an estimate, if needed)! without cost. Our work is licensed by the Arkansas Stale Plant Board—we have 12 years of experience (o guarantee you satisfaction. • FREE INSPECTION • SUPERIOR TERMITE CO. H. C. Blankenship L. J. Zeller 809 East Kentucky Phone 2350 or 3579 You will never see Communism and Christianity in-conflict so vividly. You will never understand theruthlessness v and_cunmng of Christianity's greatest ^emy^ u'mh j^ou see—. r, < <!• / .^ ta "The Sickle or the Cross" A Full-Length Motion Picture Shown at the First Methodist Church Sunday, April 30th., 7:30 p.m. First Lutheran Church 6th and Walnut, Monday May 1st., 7:30 p.m. Continuous YWA's Plan County Meeting YWA members from Baptist Churches throughout Mississippi County will meet Monday night al the Calvary Baptist Church. Blytheville, for a banquet convention. The meeting will begin «t 7:30 p.m Hal ional Cotton Week Dance TUESDAY MAY 2 Bob Strong's Orchestra I* the first in a series of n.ime bandi which the American I>g1on will »oon bring to Blythe fill*. DANCE Cabaret Style 9 to 1 National Guard Armory l Ix>v« Our Flowers! BirTHEVILLE FLOWER MART Hrw»j Admission Advance Sale Tickets: |l.J» per person (Tax Inclo.) Tickets al the Door: Jl.M per person (Tux IncM Advance Tickets on sale at Klrhj Drus Store und Flojd White'» Shoe Store. I PROFIT By Reading the Classified Ads Every Day! PROFIT By Advertising In The Classified Columns When You Want to Buy or Sell ADS PLACED BEFORE 9 A.M. WILL APPEAR SAME DAY All Classified Advertising Payable in Advance PHONE 4461 BLYTKEVILLE COURIER NEWS Ml While the RITZ THEATRE Is on- der construction this summer, you can enjoy yonr best pictures at ROXV THEATRE where we have just installed AIR CONDITIONING. 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