The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 2, 1950 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 2, 1950
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PAOB FOUR BI/YTHRV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MAT 1, 19M Jane Shelton, Society Editor Mayday Breakfast Given By Church Council The Woman's Council of (he First Christian Church entertained yesterday morning at the Hustle Inn with a breakfast honoring two ' church members, who are members of the high school graduating class, their • parents and grandparents. Honorees were Sue Crafton and Patsy Chltwood. Twenty two council members and guests attended the May Day affair-held sc 7:30 a.m. Suggestive of the school colors .were the floral decorations of the room. Waxed Ivy, Interspersed with red carnations and white gladiolia, was entwined the length of the long tables. Centering the colorful arrangement was a low bowl filled with carnations and gladioli. Place cards fo tiny maroon diplomas. Inscribed in gold, were used. ' Mrs. Lester p. strubliar gave the invocation, with Mrs.' J. C. Ellis welcoming the guests. Sue Cralton gave the response for the seniors. The council presented the seniors and their mothers with corsages of red rosebuds. Each father was presented a rose boutonnlere. Kitchen Shower Honors Mrs. J. C. Go\veti Mrs Tern Smalley and Mrs. W. H. Htitson entertained Friday night at .the Smalley home with a kitchen shower honoring Mrs. J. C. Gowan who will move soon to her new home on Parkway Drive. • Bouquets of spring blossoms were arranged In the rooms where guests spent the evening playing canasta. : Mrs. Ted Fisher won high' score tnd Mrs. Bill Crawford, second high. Miscellaneous kitchen articles were showered upon. the honoree preceding a dessert course served by the hostess. GEO Club Meets: Mrs. McHaney Hostess Mrs. Joe Evrard won high, Mrs. T. H. Caraway, second, high and Mrs. Johnson Blackwell, brldgo at the weekly 'dessert .bridge meeting of the,GEO Club last night. Mrs. Joseph W. McHaney was hostess to the group at her. home. Multl-hued spring flowers were Arranged in the entertaining room and throughout, the home. Bits of News Mr. snd Mrs. Calvin Hill and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Sykes spent Sunday in Memphis where they visited James Martin, who underwent a major operation at the Baptist Hospital, Wcdesnday. Mrs. V. B. Bushby, Mrs. H. I, Blankenshlp and Mrs. Boyce Moore and children spent Sunday in Caruthersville, Buford Martin and Mr., and Mrs. W. S. Allen spent Sunday in Memphis where they visited Mr, Martin's son, Janies Martin, and R. c Allen, both patients at the Baptist Hospital. Mrs. O. Shohyo left Sunday for Los Angeles where she will vlsll for a month. Mr. and Mrs. B. V. Hooper am Mr. and Mrs. Joe James of Rldgley Tenn., Mrs. Dela Johnson of Columbus. Oa., Glrthe Johnson Memphis, Mr. and Mis. Thomas Hopper, Mr. and Mrs. William Da vidson, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz West all of Blythevlilc, attended a fam lly reunion Sunday at the E. W Hopper home in the Promised Lam community. Mr. aiut Mrs. Barney Crook an noiince the birth of a daughter Sun day at Walls Hospital. She has bcci named Carol Sue and Is the couple' second child. They have anothc daughter, Je.inn Ann.. Mrs. Crook Is the former Miss Betsy Buchanan Nathan Wade and Miss Jean Sail a cousin, v,-ere the weekend guest -' Mr. Wade's parents. Mr. an of SUNDRESS-JACKET Sue Burnett Tills darling sleeveless dress I. ideal for out ol doors playtime. Trim it with colorful rlc rac and add two saucy Rockets. To prevent too much suntanning, there's a brief puffed sleeve jacket. Pattern No. 8460 is a sew-rlte perforated pattern for sizes 1, 2, 3 t, 5 and 6 years. Size 2, dress, IK yards of 39-inch; bolero, *,* yard. . The Spring and Summer FASHION offers many ideas !or t. smal new wardrobe. Special fabric edition — niore American Designer Originals — easy to sew styles — gift pattern printed Inside. 25 cents For these patterns, send 25 cents In COINS, for EACH pattern ordered, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. 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Kt« K Carilnl doesn't aurprire you, maybe get you by those awful dsj-j !i> iron<ittful'»lr)e.-II'i certainly v v>iith tr>-ir.R) Alk toda/ fcr CarduL, — Courier News rholo COMMENTATOR AT IILYTIIEVIW.E STYLE SHOW— Miss Cynthia Daly of Little Rock be commentator at Blythcvllles cotton style ;how Saturday when the Maid of Cotton wradrobe will be featured at a showing In the American Legion Auditorium at 3:30 p.m. Tho fashion show, a part of Blythevillc's Cotton Week activities. Is being sponsored by the Junior Chamber of Commerce and is under direction of El. D. Hughes, Jr. Country Meeting Of YWA Groups Held InBlytheville The first formal meeting of the .lississippi Country Baptist YWA Council, since the organization several months ago, was held last night t the Calvary Baptist Church with :4 members and guests fronvcounty Baptist groups attending. .'i'j •.; Preceding the meeting, a banquet was held in the church entertaining ooms featuring the theme,-,"show- TS." . • .. ••:';••. May Pole Scenn ' The group was seated at "U" haped tables, with spray, nrrangc- nenfs of mixed flowers being close- y set down the tables' center. Top- Ing the center table, which com- leted the "U", wns a miniature Jaypolo surrounded by.spring blos- oms. Further complementing the hosen theme, were the programs nd ' menus printed on tiny open umbrellas. Mrs. Ltician Gaines presented the nvocation followed by tho devotion- .1, "Rainbow of Promise." The latter vas given by Cllffie Overman of the First Baptist Church. "Raindrops of Distinction," welcoming of visitors attending, tmd April Showers Bring May Flowers,' i business session, was directed by Miss Francille Malnch of Osceola. Trio SinBS Group singing, "Clouds of Meldy," was directed by Alice Pries of Calvary Church after which Miss Mary Agnes Pceplcs discussed camp work, "Showers of Good Things." "Whispering Hope" was sung b> :he Calvary trio, composed of Alice Priest, Barteiva Prtlitt and Betty Michael. Mrs. Jack Tapp was ac comvnnist. A discussion on tl'c ' *\ "i->gi ?.ine. "The Window." was given b; Mamie Lloyd of the New Libcrtj ihnrcli. Miss Doris DeVault, state youne people's secretary of Little Uock concluded the meeting with a talk on "Showers of Blessinns." Mrs Emmett Cross, county yc-un people's leader, closed the banquc meeting with prayer. A newly developed x-ray tube is only 2ii inches long and inches in diameter. It was designcc for use in dentistry. E£gs,are rich in vitamin A. rank* Ing them a good body-builder. Corrugated Meto! Culverts Sizes up lo 81 In. Automatic Flood Gates Concrete Culvert Tile Sizes up lo 30 In. Concrete Scplic Tanks Mefal Septic Tanks Scvrcr Tile Best Prices we Deliver A.H.WEBB Hlghvay 61 at Slale Line I'lionc 714 WSCS Meets In Pollard Home Twenty four members a:id three guests of the Yarbro .Methodist WSCS met last night for a study lesson at the home of Mrs. Henry 'oliarcl. Guests attending were Mrs. II. N. Hamm. Mrs. Bessie Hustin and daughter, Joarin Buckncr. Mrs. Elza' Wheeler presented the devotional. The study lesson. "Japan Begins Again" was led by Mrs. Jimmy Hemby and Mrs. Paul Abbott. "Does Jesus Care?" was sung by Joann Buckncr before the benedlc- ion. A social hour was held afterwards vith the hostess serving refreshments. Mrs. R. L. Wade. Sr. Mr. Wade Miss Sain are students at Ole Mis University, Miss. Mrs. W. D. Cobb Is ill at her horn on Heiirn with influenza. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Black were I Nashville last night where they at tended the Initiation services o •their daughter. Miss BetCy Blacl Into Phi Beta Knppa. They will vis in Vicksburg,. Miss., prior to the) return the latter part of this week Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nokcs and soi Dickie, and John douse. Jr., spot the weekend in Savannah, Tenn., ; guests oJ relative.";. Mrs. H. T. Kldd, and daughter Carolyn and Joanne, have rcturne from Blackburn,' Mo,, where the snent the past six weeks with Mr Kidd's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Edwards. Condition of Mrs. Ed wards, who has been ill there, reported improved. Mr. and Mrs. Albert douse snen the weekend In Poplar Blntf a guest- of Mr. Ciouse's parents, N and Mrs. Tom.Clouse. Mrs. Minnie Arnold of Memph is spending several days here guest of her sister, Mrs. Iverso Morris, and Mr. Morris. Mr. c Mrs. Morris spent Saturday Memphis and were accompanied Blythevilie by Mrs. Arnold. Si plans to return to her.home Prida Condition of; Jrjhlfl McDowell, w wns removed to h'is home from Ely theville Hosnltal Saturday, Is ported satisfactory. Board Attends Silceston Meeting The Executive Board of the Women of the First Presbyterian Church were guests yesterday at the monthly meeting of the Eikeston Executive Board In Slkeston. Lunchoon was served in the church entertaining room after which Mrs. L. S. Harlzog. formerly of Blyiheviilc and now of Sikcston. president, conducted the business meeting. Finai Lesson Presented WSCS Nine members of the WSCS of the Wesley Memorial Church met yeslcrdny afternoon in the home of Mrs. Ed Chism for the final lesson from the book, "Women of the Scripture." The meeting was opened with the group singing "Jesus Calls Us" after which Mrs. Floyd Davis led in prayer. Mrs. W. B. Yount taught the final lesson and announced that the next study course would be taken from the book. "Japan Bcsiins Again." Mrs. Davis presided over a brief business session. Mrs. Glenn Alexander closed ihc meeting with prayer. A social hour was held after the dismissal. hawnee Co-Valedictorians Named Coming Events Social Calendar Roberta Bradsha Grant Collar, superintendent of Shawnce schools at Joiner, today announced that Miss Joy Ann Hugins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Huggins of Frenchman's Bayou, and Miss Roberta Jean Bradshaw, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A: Brartshaw of Joiner, will share valedictory honors of the 1950 graduating class. The graduates will receive di- ulotnns at commencement services to be conducted at the Athletic Field May 24 at 8 p.m. Dr. C. S. Brown, a member of the Memphis State College faculty, is to be the Jojr Hugging principal speaker. Th« baccalaur eate services will be 'conducted at the Presbyterian Church In Bassctt by the Rev. i,. T. Lawrence, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church at Osceola. The close of school activities began last night with a. May Day program at the school. < The junior-senior banquet will b._ held at the school cafeterii Friday at 8 p.m., and a piano recital wll' be held at the Joiner Methodisl Church the following Friday nigh 1 at 8 o'clock. : : HD Club Has Monthly Meeting Mrs. W. P. Fitzgerald wns hostc to members of the Promised Lan Home Demonstration Club at her home Friday afternoon/ for the monthly meeting. Several guests .and one out of town guest. Mrs. Mary Edkerson of. Curr. Tenn., attended. Mrs. Gertrude Holiman, home demonstration agent, and Mrs. Odis Jarrctt spoke ts th2 group concern- Ing .. spring gardening work. The meeting was closed with the group's repeating of the Woman's Creed, During the'social hour, the hostess served a salad plate. Business Program Given by WSCS A combined business program meeting, during which officers for 1950-51 were installed, was conducted yesterday afternoon by members of 'tho WSCS of the First Methodist Church. Mrs. N. H. Whitls was program leader for the afternoon with the theme "The Christian Home" being selected for discussion. Mrs. \VhHis presented the devotional taken from the 121th Psalm after which Mrs. Paul Jobe addressed the group concerning. "Educating the Family In Africa." Mrs. L. E. Baker discussed "The Christian Home Movement in China, inriia and Burma" followed by Mrs. James Hill Jr., who spoke on "The Evangelistic Movement In Latin America." Mrs. Whitls closed the program portion with prayer. Mrs. W. L. Horner, president, presided over the business.session during which Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt, gen- en>; chairman for the May breakfast to be held at the church May 17, named committees for the affair. The Rev.' Roy I. Bagley, pastor, installed the following officers for the church year. Mrs. W. L. Horner was renamed president; Mrs. W. J. Pollard, vice-president; Mrs. George Pyles, secretary; Mrs. W. R. Campbell, recording'secretary; and Mrs. Q. A. Cunningham, treasurer. Following the meeting;, party foods were served in a church entertaining room from a lace draped refreshment table. A low bowl lillcd with iris, snapdragons, tulips, narcissi and other spring flowers centered the table. Silver candelabra in which burned yellow tapers, were placed on either side. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. A. O. Hudson, Mrs. James Hill Jr., Mrs. W. R. Campbell, Mrs. W. H. Baker, Mrs. Hattie Hunter, Mrs. P. E. Cooley, Mrs. Dave Craig, Mrs. H. N. Whitis, Mrs. C. S. Stevens, Sr., Mrs. J. A. Bryant and Mrs. Henry Humphreys. Al Trie Hosnifsls niythevllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. jimmy James, city. Mrs. Ray Grissom, Cooler. Donald Ray Garner, City. William Hunnicntt, City. Walls Hospital Dismissed: , Mrs. Bill McClure, city. Mrs. Russell cooper. City. Mrs. M L. Sanders, Caruthcrsvillc Mrs. David A. Henley and babv City. Otho Stanfield. City. Peto Vied. Stcelc. BaBy Bowles, City. Mrs. R. p. McGee, Luxora Mrs. Curtis Ash, steeie. Mrs. Francis Fowler. Stccle. W M. McFarland, Scnath. Study Meeting Is Conducted • Mrs. Rupert Crafton was hostess yesterday afternoon at her . honit to 17 members of .the Mission^ Study Group ot the Women's Council of the First'Christian Churcl for a study business meeting. In the absence of the president Mrs. W. D. Cobb, Mrs. c. A. Tan presided. The meeting was opcnec with the program under the direc lion of Mrs. Karry Bradley. Mrs Bradley was assisted in presenting the program by Mrs. James Terry Mrs. John Burnett, Mrs. Cecil Lowi and Mrs. Hadley Hays. "The Bible Told' Him So," take: from the. First Psalm, was present ed by Mrs. R.~M. Beck. Mrs. Tant conducted a brief bus mess session after which the meet Ing was closed with the bencdlca tlon. Mrs. Crafton served refreshmen to her guests, who were seated ii the entertaining room, which wa decorated with spring floral rangements. Guest Attends^- -•'' T. M, Birthday Club meet* with Mrs. Essie Lendennle «t 7:30 pm. Friendship Sunday School Clas* of the First Baptist Church meet* with Mrs. Joe Atkins at her horn* on North Franklin, 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Max Reid hostess to Tue»day Bridge Club. L» Nuev« meeti with Mrs. Ben Mac White. Mrs. Eric Whitley hostess to L^ Petite. TLE Club meets with Mrs. William Lambert. Trl-Town entertained by Mrs. Janies Terry. American Legion Auxiliary meeta t the Hut at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets with Miss Luella Barnes at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Ramon Worton, co-hostess. Mrs. Fred Boyjtt hostess to Alpha Beta Bunco Club. , Wednesday Club meets with Mrs. Baker Wilson. • Garden Club meets at 2:30. Thursday Mrs. J. C. Ellis hostess fo Octette Club. Mrs. Taft Metzer .hostess to Ar- morcl HD Club. ' Thursday Rook meets with Mrs. Harold Hlnson. Clinic for pre-school children to enter Sudbury School [or 1950-51 session 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. p. Poster hostess to Thursday Contract Club. Friday Chapter "N" of PEO Sisterhood meets with Mrs. Riley jone-s at pjn. Mrs, J. W. Adams co-hostess Bonnie Jean and Mary Agnes peoples 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. Mrs. Minnie "Arnold was'"gucst yesterday with 13 members of the Lake Street WSCS when the group met at the' church for the weekly meeting. Mrs. Billy King, president, presided over the meeting during which plans were discussed for a dinner to be given during the district meeting to be held at the Lake Street Church May 10. Committees were named. "Victory Through Prayer" was the subject of the worship service which was presented . by Mrs. Joe Strickland. Tile group sang the hymn 'Take Time to Be Holy," after which Mrs. Strickland read selections of scripture from various books of the Bible. Mrs. Strickland read the dismissal rayer. ' prayer. —Q — While the IUTZ THEATRE Is nn- dcr construction this summer, yon can enjoy your best pictures at ROXY THEATRE where we have Jusi installed AIR CONDITIONING. We will run CONTINUOUS SHOWS every da, In the week Ritz Shows Now of Roxy Tuesday & Wednesday Roxy Shows Now at Gem The Gem Theatre wtll be open every night with continuous shows on Saturday and Sunday. — Double Feature — The Great Sinner' :rrt*i*i'IHTttuT;c*u. itujj willi GrcKory Peck flus FROSTY COOL FLOWER FR ESH ' ALLURING fOOTWtAH © Ttie modern domestic cat is believed to be the descendant of cross bred Eluropea.i and African wildcats. NAMED VALEDICTORIAN— Maureen Norris, daughter of Mr. and jvirs. Samuel F. Norris ol Blythe- vllle, has been named valedictorian of the senior class at St. Cecilia's Academy,. Nashville, Tenn., it was announced today. Miss Nonis, who will be graduated May 31, has attended the acarcmy for five ye?.rs and has twice served as president of her cla« while in high school. She Is editor of the school annual and Is an officer iii the National Honor Society chapter ihere. She plays first trombone In. the school band and Is an officer In the Music Club. • . She plans to enter Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, Va., next fall. \Aonth!y Meeting Is Conducted The monthly business meeting 'of the WMU of the First Bapt-st Church was conducted Monday afternoon at the church with Mrs; Ted King, president, presiding. .^^ The meeting was opened with'^R group repeating the watchword and singing the hymn of the year. Mrs.- W. Marion Williams led in prayer after which the business session was conducted. SONS I SHOES" HERE'S ANOTHER REASON FOR CHOOSING COTTON! Take heal indicator on your electric iron. That will show you just -vvhat scientific tests reveal: Cotton can stand a-h'olteriron than rayon, silk or wool! Cotton is strong and durable . ...a big value 'fpr>your money. . Choose Cot&n^lt's Best for You! for summer fun ... 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