The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 25, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 25, 1952
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FOTJR (ARK.) COUKIER NEWS FRroAY, APRIL 23, 1952 Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4-161 Class Meeting Held in Home Dortha Sunday School of Calvary Baptist Church met last night for *eif monthly businc.'s and social meeting in the home of Mrs. Bu- Jord Cooley. Fifteen mombtrE an<1 three Uprt. Mrs. Kate Chandler. Charles McDanlel. anrl Oxford, were present. Mrs. Robert Wade opened the' meeting with a prayer. A devotional, was presented by Mrs. Herman Mny and she presided over the business. Mrs. Wilma Alford was In rVmvgr of the social hour during M'hlch MM. Alton Prcsnel! was honored j with a layette shower. Mixed spring floxvers decorated th* entertaining rooms. Mrs Mrs. Jim Longe PTA Meets For Last Time The Parent-Teachers Association of Lange School mot Wednesday at the school, for their last meeting j of the year and officers were installed. ' Mr.s. Al Chaflin Rove a devotional which was followed by the president's message read by Mrs. Lewis Mathis. Reports from various committees were given. The "Gorman Band" j from Senior High School played for the group. Miss Winnie Vireil Turner Installed the new officers. I Room count wen! to Mrs. Cnl- j teen Wood and Miss Mary Clay j Crawford. Sixth grade mothers] played hosts. Bits of News Two Clubs AAeet For Luncheon Mrs. Harry W, Halnes was MS in her home ycstfrday to Mid- Wer-k Club and Thursday Club. T he twcl v e g u PS is v,'f re sr a t f ri a i the dlninc tabln which was ovprlaw with a cutwork cloth. A silver bo* filled with white tulips centered the table, Nfixpti spring blooms in varied arrangements were HRcd throughout the entertaintng rooms. Mrs, Halnejs served a two-courAc luncheon, In the bridge %an\?s that followed, Mrs. R. r. Kirshner and Mrs, Rus- toll Phillips won first and scrond pnzos, respectively for the Thursday Club. For the Mid-WPP* Club Mrs. W. L, Homer and Mrs. Cecil Shane were winners. T(> 51'EAK HKIU: -- Dorothy Birldte i above t, who Is at present Oardcn Club Editor of P"P- nlnr Gardening and author of many books, will sponk today at the Women's Club Sbe will speak acorn tonight at 7:30 p.m. In private life. she's Arlams JohnMm of New York. Mrs. Wnlle pleasnntviHe. ! ptx - tl Mrs Rustic Inn Scene Of LaNueve Meet Humphreys Home Scene of Party Mrs. K. Humphreys was hostrss to the Thursday Contract Club yesterday at her home. Mrs. Jew Taylor was a gnest of the cHib. A two course luncheon wn.s pervert In the dining room. Mixed spring . bouquets o( tulips nnd Iris were used throughout the entertaining rooms. Mrs. O. W. McClltchen won high • nd Mrs. Taylor was second. LaNueve was entertained at Rustic Inn yesterday when Mrs, N. G. Jerome was hostess. Mrs. R, E. GrucMi won htch prize and Mrs. Lynn Hughes took se<:r>nd. A dc.sscrt course was served, Mr. and Mrs, J, W, Winner and daughter, Priscilla, have returned lo their home In Portapeville attei having spent several dajs with Mrs. Widner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mullins. •T. A. Folder, district manager of Life of Georgia Insurance Company, Ls Attending a dales conference in Memphis today. Mrs. Lee Stile.s. Mr* Forrest Moore, Mrs. J. O, Huey, and Mrs. Leslie Moore spent Wednesday and Thursday In Holly Springs, Miss. They went especially for the annual pilgrimage to the ru.wiric homes which is sponsored hy the Holly Springs Garden Club. John Fill returned to Kennedy Veterans Hospital hi Memphis today fcr further treatment, Washington Unis r er?ity Rand played a concert at Graham Memorial Chapel Wednesday night, under the direction of Clark Mft7/>. J, C. Lowe, II, son of Mr. and Mrs, j J, C. Lowe, played first clarinet, i Miss Charley Ruth Blankenship i i will he Ln Memphis (oumtvow as • ; one of the T6 ulio will vie- t<>r Mi-s ; City Beautiful She was entered i>y : : her sorority. Alpha On mm a Delta, i Memphis State. Her parents, Mr. I and Mrs, U. S, Rlankenship, and! """ ~ f brother, Koehler. will ac'rompnny / r rMrs, W. R. LlchUnol. Miss Maryji 1Pr , They will nil remain in Mem- I Lisrhtfoot. Mr. and Mrs. Elsin Dix-ipj.j| S for the parade on Saturday flldJ. and son, Philip, spent the w-ek ' of Winds her mother Half Moon Mews PICTURE SWITCH - When Ullrn-Hi«h-Krcc|UcncyTVbroad- rnsling begins, thousands of TV set owners will he using a device like this "fixed-channel tuner" .shown by Pal Hall. Developed by RCA .engineers, the tuner, which can easily he attached to current VHF sots, will enable a pick-up ol UHF programs. Osceola News By BETTVE NEI-L STARR in Collmvvood, 'Venn,, visaing Odie Dixon. Mr. and Mrs, B. F. Oay, Jr., anrl children of Memphis \vrre euests In the home of Mr- Gay's mother, Mrs. B. F. Gay, and family over the week end. = . Mrs. John Till of Portaeeville. I" Mo., is visiting her sister, Mrs. | John Harmon, this week. j Mrs. H. C. Ruck and Mrs. .Jack New Liberly Junior GA Elects New Officers H. C. Ruck and Mrs IVirk were in Memphis Saturday. '^ Miss Cherry Sue Barnes, who has been employed in Blytheville, is now at home with her parents. Mr. and Mr.s. Barney Barnes. Mrs. B. F. Oay. Mrs. Orvtllp Miti-hell. Mrs. H. C Buck and Mrs. W. R, Uphtfoot attended the district WSGS at Manila Wednesday. mornin?. Mr.s. Hays SpradJev Mo. is the euest of in-law, Mrs. Nora Spradle.v. Mr. and 1 Mrs. J. K. Powell .Johnson City, Tenn., and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Martin of New been the quests of Mr. and Mr.s. Russell Campbell. Durine their visit, the six wont to N'or- fork Lake (or a few days. Mr.s. C. W. Gruriian anrl Mrs Mrs. Lalah Cable is visiting her sister, Mrs. John Moran, and Mr. Moran in Memphis. Searcy Mcars who underwent a tonsillectomy at the Baptist Hospital Tuesday has been brovight home and receiving visitors. Paul Luster, clerk at the post office who WRS visiting In Batesville (his week, broke his ankle while fishing. Mrs. Luster and her sister. Mr. W. S. Barnett of BlyiheviUe drove lo Batcsville Wednesday and ; brought Mr. Lusier home. i Mis. C. C. Bowen entertained her Wednesday bridge club for rtr.ssert at the Seminole drive-in preceding bridge at her home. Mrs. Herbert Shipppn B n d Mrs. Bettye Nelle Starr played with the members. Mrs, Palmer Stanton won hish .score and Mrs, Dick Bagby won second. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Coats spent Sunday with Mrs, Coat's sister In Wynne. PEO Chapter "O" will staee a fashion show May 19 at 8 p.m. at i the Progressive Club room. Halle- I on-Ma In will furnish the apparel. I Mrs, Charlie Lawrance, Mrs. .lack \ U7,7.0HP and Mrs. Frank Williams : will <rlect the models. Committees • include: ticket, Mrs. UzzcJle, Mr.s, | Lloyd Gortley. Mrs. L.C.B. Young; Mr. and Mrs. Vernon James of j table, Mrs. Edward Secravrs, Mr.s. Osceula, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Ray i Guy Driver, and Mrs. Milton Pope. Olive, Mr. and Mrs. Rowcn Thomp- j Decorating, Mrs. Herbert Shippen, son. and Mr. and Mrs. Lngnn Ro-|Mrs. Roy Cox nnd Mrs. Godfrey zelle, all of Luxora, were co-hosts | White, refreshments, Mrs. M a y tary Convention In Memphis are Mr.' and Mrs. Ben Butler, S/., Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ivy, Mr, and Mrs. Elliott Sartain, Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Harwell, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Segraves, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Butler, Jr.. Judge W. W. Prewitt and Richard Prewitt, Mr. and Mr*. Arthur Rogers. Mrs. W. W. Starr of Memphis, grandmother ol Harlan Slarr. Jr.. died at her home Tuesday night from a heart attack. She was a fre- quctU visitor in Osceola, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brown Gwyn of Wilson announce the birth of a daughter Tuesday at St. Joseph Hospital in Memphis. The Gwyn's have another daughter. Mr. Gwyn is cashier of the Bank of Wilson." LUXORA NEWS lly .MKS. G. C. DRIVER Science Mokes Move Up to Mountaintop MUNICH. Germany (>P) — Tha West German government intends to convert the 9,700-foot zu^spitze, highest peak of the Bavarian Alps, into a "mountain of Fcience." More than $1.428.000 have been set aside for the const roc-lion of a fortress-like concrete building atop the Zuespitze. It will house metenr- olosicfll and radio stations, physiological and zoological laboratories, and an Institute for stratospheric research. The present Zugspitze observatory, located in a small hut, sends weather reports dally to commercial airports at Rome, Munich and Frankfurt. Engineers plan to tunnel a 900- foot elevator shaft to take pas*en; gers and supplies to the lofty build- Mrs, johnny White was hostess i ing. the Kibitzer Club Meets With Mrs. J. White yesterday to the Kibitzer Club her home on Walnut, Mrs. Jack Webb and Mrs. Whitney Morgan were gucsus of the club. Mrs. Charles Af flick won first prize with .second going to Mrs. G. I G. Hubbard, Jr. Mrs. Webb took' bridgo. for a FPVOH tnble dessert bridge at the Rustic Inn in BlythcviHe Saturday nieht, honoring pnests from | Blytheville, O.^ccoln and Lnxora. O j i Game prizes were awarded to R- C. 1 Langston and Miss Dollie Goswitk, York i ^ r * anc * ^' rs- ^ ay w hitmore, Mr. j and Mr.s. Leonard Ellison, and Mr. Mrs. Russell Bowcn, Younp. Mrs. L. C. B. Young, Mr.s. Charlie Coloman. and Mrs. David Laney, Mrs. S. L. GladjMi Is improving | In a meeting of the New Liberty Junior Girls Auxiliary yesterday, new officers [or the romlnp ypnr were elected with Sherry Rlpht lamed president. Other officrrs were Brendn Lone. •ice president: Sherra Lynn .ccvetary; Alma Oeen Kooticc. At Hospitals Blythevtlle ned : >*K. Bill Crosskno and baby, city. Wonwierful For Graduation Coming Events FrWay Alpha Delta Cha|)ter of Beta SIp- Phi will hold Its rltunl of Jewels rensurer; Jvtdy Miridleton. report-! ceremony at the horn? of Mrs. Dick T: and Linda'Gunter. son? lender.! Watson, 103 N.E. Parkway, at 7:30 Fifteen members were present and Mr.s. Vfiner Dixon, their counselor, presided. Brenda Lonp hopan he propram with a devotional which was followed by prayer, by Sherry Rich!. Shcrn Lynn Dixon old Die story of "Six Pennies and i Diamond RiuR." "Nobody Wants \Te" was presented by Aim? Deen Koonce. During n social hour, Mrs. W. M. npley, assisted by her druiphter?. Geraldine and Linda, served Icerl drinks and cake. tonight. Saturday Monthly Master Point came for Blythcvllle Duplicate Bridge Group. Alpha Beta Chapter of Epsllon Alphn will have a banquet, jewel pin ceremony anrl formal dance at lotel Noble. 2 Couples Share Bridge .eague Game Honors In a specie] winners same last night at Blythevllle Duplicate Bridge Club In an eight-table Howell movement, Mrs. Georcia Bailey nnd O, S. Cromwell tied with Mrs. R. F. Kirshner and Mrs. C. W. Afflick for top honors. Second prize wcnf to Mrs. tv.y Etrhieson and Mrs. Frank Grizsby. Mrs. Russfll Phillips and Mrs. E. B, Gee won third. Mrs. Schcrcr lakes Top Honors a I Rook Club Thursday R/wk Club \va.5 enicr- lamori t>y Mis. Eusenr Broun yrs- tPrdny in her home on Ash. Porioci planf.s wprp n?pd tn riocoral ion o! i he home, Mr*. C. G- Srhrrrr took top honrrs and Mrs. Hro'.rn ^ecd Rookn went to Mr.T. Neville Blakemore, Sue Burnett This yiuiK, nr.vjy rtylrrt .rmirr frC'Ck L5 irie.Ti !or thrit s!l-iinp r -r'..i:it ?racui!mn flay--a(id v;ft rhe th;n? ' for fiimntfT ''.r.'.?~. ic.n Dfun-.y eye- I let Is a Jov f-', y trim; novr Ky buttons accent :hf- snallnv: p-^ckctr-. i Pattern No. 8-24 i- a ^eiv-rilv perforated pat'cra in .Mz"? 11, 12. IS. 14. 16. IB. S:7.e 4 i 3 yards of 33- Inch; 't yard ryclft. Tar UiiA paticrn. send 30.-. in COINS. yo:;r ranii». r^.^rrs^. si;^ rie?ued. ana the PATTERN NUMBER if, .Sue Burr.?Tt, Conrirr XCWP. 375 Quincy St.. Chi*-a2o 6. 111. Ba^ic FASHION' for o2 l.i filled with irieris to make yo\ir flothe. = budset ?o lui^her — lirnf-pavinc and Rconomical rte^ici'L, 51 that arc 1 easy to ?ev,\ Gift pai'ern printed ittfirtc. 25 cents. Singing Group to Meet The Pomi?cr>t County sinzhi ron vent ion will he h^lci nt Goblpr Mo. April 27 at 1 r m. S n rrc rt Tones n n d PA r a gou Id Ounrirttp> me to be cues to. Finland became gimranl/>r of the ndcpendence of the Aland Islands n the Gulf nf Bothnia in 1051. at her home after a serious illne.vs. Among those attending the Ro- Ham-Curing Recipe Listed as Unbeatable CLARKSVILLE. Tenn. r,r» — You can't beat the old-fashioned country method lor curing those delicious Tennessee hams. So says R. C. Freeman, who has just won the grand championship in Montgomery County's Old Fashioned. Ham Show. He does it like this: Wait for a frosty mornine to kill your hoss. Let the hams chill over, niaht. Next morning, salt the.m | do'.vn, Keep them in salt about four <5. Then wash off the salt and Mr. find Mr.s. E. R. Bog an have recently returned home from a week's official Masonic tour which Doyle Henderson are In Memphis took them to Little Rock, Mena, ns the RLi<*ts of Mr and Mrs. W. F. and Ft. SmUh, Arkansas, and Tul- MrDanlcl, who are former residents "- Outhrie, and McAlester. Okla. of this city. Mrs, J. B. Vance nf Brownsville, Mr nnrt Mrs Edgar Parks an-f Tcx fR, is vIMtinR her parents, Mr. nounce the birth nf their' first • ap -d Mrs, Walter Wood, at their child, a clrl. April 14 at Walls Hos- country home for several days, pital. hSe has been named Linda I The Rev. A. B. Hill, formerly of Luxora and now ol Sikeston, Mo., Mrs, J. E Graham of Eupora, Miss., is visitinc her daughter, Mrs. Edgar Parks nnd family. Mr. and Mrs. James Means n(, Jackson, Miss., and Mis* Mclba Graham of Eupora win he the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Edgar Parks this weekend. Mrs. Kelso Brooks, and children nrc spcndin? this week In Memphis with her sister. Mr. and Mrs. Broriks will be joined there Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Chester Quails. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Stevens announce the birth of their first child, a son", April. 21 in Cape Gl- rardenu. Mo. He has been named father, A. E. Ledbetter. Memphians among those attending the Mr.s. Jim Lynch funeral services held here Saturday included Mrs. C. S. Scott, Mrs. J. R. Graham, Mr. and Mrs Charlie Corkran, and Mr. and Mrs- Fred Cork ran. Tye Adams left Wednesday for a visit of several days with his mother, Mrs. Nannie Adams, in Enterprise, Ala. rs COMING1 | FROM M-G-M! TECHNICOLOR! visited friends- here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Ledbetter and children of Moscow Mills, Mo.. have been the recent guests of his hang the hams in the smokehouse. Smoke them for two or three weeks, off and on, with hickory wood and sawdust. When they a re browned J ust right, take them down, put them in sacks and wrap wilh paper to keep the meat from drying. C'mry Michael. Mr. Stevens is a former resident of Biythcville- Myra Jane Wilson of West Memphis ts visit!HP her cranrlparent--, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wallace. were in" Memphis yesterday. Among those attending the Rotary Convention yesterday in Mem- ph t?. were M r. and M r.s. B. A. Lynch. Smith returned to his. home in Nebraska City after hiving spent | the winter with his daughter, Mrs. R. F. Kirshner and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin are in Montgemery, Ala., to visit their son. Lt. W. D. Chamblin. Mrs. Annabel B. Fill, county health nurse, is recovering at her | honif from an ankle injury received Mrs. Elton Kirby. Mrs. E. J Cure. I Wednesday in a fall near the Mrs, old. nnri Mrs. Riley Jones Health Unit. LAST TIMES TODAY Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 9c & 30c At All Times DON'T FORGET! Tonite! LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH Get Better FROZEN FOODS WITH FAST FREEZING HOME FREEZERS in 8'-15-23 cu. ft. IAI LEADING DEALERS! Want a Good Job? In Your Blytheville's Big New Modern Safeway on or about May 5th Safeway will employ • Meat Cutters • Meat Wrappers • Food Clerks - 18 to"30 years of age - 21 to 35 years of age Group Insurance »i(h dcpcndnils (-overate. .• Sick Benefits. . .Paid Vacations. . .No Experience Necessary ... Persons "ill he given complete training in their phase of work . - Interviews Will Be Held Saturday: April 26!h 2 fill 8 p.m. Sunday: April 27th 1 till 3 p.m. At the New Store Location 224 W. Chickasawba St. THURS.-FRI. Pal Nites 2 For Price of One Susan Hayward, Rory Calhoun & David Wayne — Pius — Paramount News Cartoon Sport Reel Cartoon & Comedy Women Men SAT. ONLY! Double Feature TSffBROl! —PLUS— "MOB TOWN" with Dick Foran S: Anne Gwynne Serial: Radar Man & Cartoon Ritz Guests Mr. & Mrs. Floyd Peeler & Family Mr. & Mrs. J. L. King & Family SATURDAY ONLY!- DOUBLE FEATURE! "HOT LEAD" with Tim Holt Captain Video & Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY He was a millionaire playboy... She was appointed guardian of his bankroll. He couldn't live on her allowance , .. so he moved into her spare room! SUN.-MOON. Double Feature THE SfOIT OF I MM WHO |£AUI STOLE t KILUOII! SAFEWAY M-G-M presents the brightest comedy of the year! 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