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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVrU,E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jano Slielton, Society Kditor Phone 4461 Brownies Are Honored Luxora Honor Students Are Selected With Party at Little House A weiner roast—slumber partj Friday night honored IB members of the Brownie Scout Troop No. 5 for the final meeting of the year! Tlie group met at the Girl Scout LHUe House for the affair. Games under the direction of tenderfoot scouts. George Ann Byrd and Beih Johnson, were played during the evening. Mrs. Darryl Lunsford presented the troop with a large cnke. topped with the letter, "B", which was cut and served with a mid-night snack. Mrs. Leonard Johnson, troop leader and Mrs. G. I. Byrd, a troop committee mother, were cliaperones for the occasion. * » • Birthdays Observed With Dinner Party "Trie birthdays of E. W. Hopper of the Promised Land community and grandson, Gary Wayne Hopper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hooper, were celebrated with a double party at the Hopper home, Thursday evening. • Supper was served the group from the dining table after which the large birthday cake was cut and served. Following dinner, the remainder of the evening aws spent informally. Sherry Wright Honored With Birthday Party The eleventh birthday of Sherry Wright was celebrated Saturday with a party st (he home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wright of Luxora. for 21 guests. Potted flowers were arranged In the room In which the afternoon was spent In party games and con- I lists. Lorelta Denton was presented a prize. I Mrs. Wright, assisted by Miss Etotse Wright, served birthday cake and Iced drinks with party foods during the afternoon. Jo Frances Ilronks Valedictorian Activities for the 1950 graduating class at Luxora High School began on Friday night'of last week with a Junior-Senior Banquet, and a schedule will be completed with the dismissal of classes on May 19. Miss Jo Frances Brooks, da usher of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Brooks )f Victoria, was named outstanding lonor student, and Miss Mary Ann Bourlamt, daughter of Mrs Bill barter was named salutatorlan. The wo will give the feature addresses it the commencement program on vlay J8. Tlie program for commencement Blytheville Group Attends Meeting Mrs. Oscar Fendler, Mrs. James Roy, Mrs. Willlard H.-.Pease, Mrs. James O. Guard, Mrs. Monroe Grain, Jr., and Mrs. John Caudill were in Memphis yesterday morning where they attended the Executive Board Meeting of the National Association of Junior Auxiliaries. "Hie meeting, which was attended by national officers, local officers •rid committee members, was held at Hotel Peabody. During the meeting, plans were made for the 10th annual conven- theville orgaiiiza\lon received honorable mention on publicity for the first quarter of the year. 60-Voice Vesper Choir to Appear Here Wednesday The Mississippi Southern Vesper Choir of CO vocalists from Mississippi Southern college at Hatlies- burg, Miss., and a five piece string ensemble will present a concert nt the Blytheville High School auditorium Wednesday night at 8 p m The Blythevllle performance is one of 30 included on the nineteenth annuai concert tour. They will appear at Jackson. Canton, Vicksburg, Moorhead. Orccnwood and Tunica. Miss,, and Memphis Tenn,, this week before coming to Blytheville. After the Blytheville concert, the choir will continue the tour to other Mississippi towns. The Blytheville concert Is the only concert to be scheduled fa, Arkansas. soprano and one soloists with member of the featured the group, Is a former the Blytheville High Former Resident Stars In Movie Miss Betty Adams, daughter of Mrs. Ralph Adams and the late Mr. Adams, formerly ol Blylheville and now of Little Rock, Is starring in the picture, "Dalton Gang" now- being shown in Blythevile. Miss Adams, who made her home In Blytheville until moving to Little Rock during her senior year in high school in 1S44. was active in dramatic circles and was n studeut of Mrs. Doris Moorehead, formerly of BlythevUIe. This is the sixth production in a series of Westerns In which Miss Adams has starred. School olce Club. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J The Vesper choir i s under the musical direction of FTank Earl Marsh, Jr., and Robert Kingsbcry and Marvin Miller, student dlictors. The Blytheville con- concert - clude classical selections [mm Bach Schubert, Bizet, and Nobc Cain- concert for trumpet, parts of the Nutcracker Suite, Violin Solo and American P./ksongs. The concert i s " formnhce. courtesy per- PTA to Conduct Monthly Meeting The monthly meeting of the High School PTA will be held tomorrow at 3 p.m. nt the high school. An Executive Board meeting at 2-30 will precede the general 'meeting! This will be the final meeting of the year. Ritz Shows at Roxy Par.imount \ews and Seleclcd Shorlj Tuesday Only "GOT urn Coming Soon! C)M)KHKLLA-a Wall Disney Feature HtANCIS—Donald O'Connor. TKAVEMXO SALESWOMAN- Join Davis Till: OUTLAW-^Janc Uu.sscll PINKY—Jeanne Craln anil Wni. • I.umllgan Roxy Shows at Gem Last Time Today DOUBLE FEATURE "THELMA JORDAN' with Barbara Stanwyck and Wcmlcll Cory Phis "DALTON GANG" will) Don B.lrry Metre News Tuesday & Wednesday —DOUBLE FILATURE— mo Miry Ann Hmirland Sullilatorlan lias not been completed, but it will >e only of sutdcnt participation, '.•ith no guest speaker. The Rev. J. 3. Dickinson, Assembly of Got! pastor of Luxora, will give the Baccalaureate sermon Sunday. The 18 seniors will- receive diplomas from Superintendent T. D. Wllkins at the close of the com-' mcnccment program. Other activities will include a Glee Club recite! tomorrow night and the piano recital on Friday night, according to Vernon James, high school principal. Bits of News Mrs. c. A. Van Dine Ls recuperating from a major operation ut Orennen Hospital in Stuttgart. Mr. nnd Mrs. Elton Kirby had ns their weekend guests, her brother, Forrest Moore and Mrs? Moore of St. Louis, Mo. ' Russell Phillips. B. M. Regenold J. V. Gates, KtiBcnc Still, Ross Hughes and J. A. Leech, spent the weekend in St. Louis, Mo., where they attended the baseball games Mr. and Mrs. A. G, Little, Mr' and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham, and Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Banister, are spending several days nt Lake Wan- The near Poplar Bluff. Rev. ami Mrs. w. J. Pitz- Dorcas Class Holds Meeting si Mr.s. J. w. Dolcn of Memphis houseeiicst of her daughter, Mrs. El-' bcrt Huffman and family, was guest Friday afternoon with 13 members ot the Dorcas Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church, for the monthly business and social meeting. Mrs. T. H. Haynes and Mrs. N. \V Brigham were hostesses to the group at the Russell 'C. Farr home. Mrs. C. L. McWntcrs. Sr., 'opened the meeting with prayer followed by the devotional, which wns presented by Miss Cordelia Wilhite. Miss Wii- hite selected for her scripture the 18th chapter of Acts. Mrs. M. W. Lewis presided over n business session alter which Mrs Victoria Gilbert closed the meeting with prayer. In the. social hour following the hostesses served strawberry shortcake. ' A I Hospitals BlylhcvlIIc Hospital Dismissed : ^jSKry Brown, City. Mrs. Freeman Dorris. City. W. L. Powers, .Manila. Raymond Dyer, City. vilU?' S ' Doyle ' Caruthers- Bobblc Love Hudson. Armorel Mrs. Bay Wilmington. City, Walls Hospital Dismissed : Mrs. W. E. Griffin. City Mrs. Arnold Bell and baby City Larry Allen. Hornersvilte Mrs. p. L. Goff, City. Mrs. Truman Alexander Joe Rnrney. City. Mo. Steele National Wildlife Week was first proclaimed by president Franklin D. Roosevelt In 1935. nigh and sons. Jordan and Marion left this morning for Van liurcn where Mrs. FilzliuKh and .sons will spend several days as guests of Mrs. Robert Winslow while the Rev Mr. Filxhugh and the Rev Mr' Winslow attend a clergy conference in Little Rock. Miss Virginia Bowcn. who Is a senior at Mississippi state Collc<>e for Women. Columbus, was the weekend K ucst of her parents, Mr and Mrs. Howard Bowcn and sister' Evelyn Bowcn. Mr. and Mrs. J, w. Dolcn of Memphis are visiting here as guest of their daughter, Mrs. E. M Huffman and family. Edwin Stubblefield of Memphis was tile Sunday guest of Miss Millie Chamlxirs and her parents Mr and Mrs. w. C. Shearln. Mrs. D. A. Jones of South Franklin Street, entered Memphis Baptist Hospital this morning where she will nndorgo major surgery, Mrs. William Higney, 1610 Holly, suffered a broken right -wrist Saturday in a fall in a downtown office. .Mr. and Mrs. Higney, formerly of Kansas City. Mo., are now making their home on Holly at the home of their -laughter, Mrs. Gilbert D. Hammock, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Hammock, who are HOW making their home in Corning, were the weekend guest of Mrs. Hummock's parents, and their son. Ores?, who is in Blythevillc temporarily with his grandparents. John Bowen srent the weekend in nussellville, Ala., as guest of his parents. Condition or Fielder has been seriously ill .... __ days at his home on Barfield Road remains the same. Mr. and Mrs. Lomiie Fnl^ham of Joiner were the Sunday guests of relatives In Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rhodes and family of Number Nine, were the Sunday guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Buford Cooley. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Corbett and son, Benny joe nnd daughter. Bonita, formerly of Saticoy, Calif., now of Poplar Bluff, are visiting here as guests of Mrs. corbctt's cousin. Mrs. A. F. Velasquez and Mr. Velasquez at the air base. They are also the guests of Mrs. Corbctt's aunt. Mrs. C. B. Parks and son of Blytheville. Mrs. Corbett is the ior- mer Miss Elizaocth Harrison oi Blytheville. Mr. and-Mrs. Presley Bates announce the birth of a daughter. Pamela Karen, May 5 at the home of Mrs. Bates' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Boswell. She is their second child. Mrs. Bates is the former Miss Mary Lee Bidwetl. F. L. shnrp of Little Rock was the weekend guest of his son, H. p. Sharp, Mrs. Sharp and sons. Mr. Sharp was motored to Little Rock this morning by his son. Condition of Jne Ramev, who was removed yesterday from Walls Hos- Perry, who for several •MONDAY, MAY 8, I960 Coming Events Social Calendar Tuesday Mrs. Ncal Ge.sc]! entertafiM L« Petite. Tri-To\vn meets with Mn. Newton Wimis. Mrs. Riley Jones entertains Tuesday Bridge. La N'tieve meets with Mrs. Ben Mac White. High School PTA metis at the school at 3 p.m. Executive Boan meets at 2:30 p.m. Wetlnt'titlay Suclbury PTA meets nt school at :) p.m. Kxcrntive Board meeting a 2:30 p.m. District WSCS meeting held • Lake Street Methodist Church beginning nt 10 a.m. Mrs. Herman Carlton And Mrs WilHrttn Lau'shc- entertaining with 1 o'clock luncheon honoring Chapter "D" of I'EO at Carlton home. Mrs.. Frank Seay hostess to High Two Club. Club Eight meets with Mrs Pan] Jolio. We.lneFday Club entertained by Mrs. W. J. vVunderlich. Al]>ha Beta Bunco meets with Miss Dorothy Drcwry. Thursday Mary Martha Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church meets tor potluek supper at 7 p.m.. Mrs. G. V. D.-UV.S. hostess. Mrs. H. B. Caudle and Mrs. Elva Poe, co-hostesses. Mrs. Alviil Hardy hostess to Promised Land WSCS at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Wallace Hoke entertains Thursday Lunclirnn Club. Mrs. iinss Kettinger hostess to Avalnn Bunco. Mrs. I,ovc Adams hostess to Double Four Bridge Club. Octette Club meets with Mrs. James Hill. Jr. Mr.s. Neville Blakemore hostess to Thursriav Rook Club. Mrs. Rube Carson entertains Kl- hit/cr Club. Thursday Club meets with Mrs. H. D. Hughes. Friday Mr. and Mrs. Holland Akin entertain members of the Past Matrons and Patrons Club with potluck sup- pital to his home on reported satisfactory. Kentucky, Is Mrs. Pearl Jenkins of Memphis Is visiting here as quest of her sister, Mrs. M. n. Branson and the U. S. Branson family. Condition of R. C. Allen, who has been ill for several days in Memphis Baptist Hospital, is reported slightly improved. Mrs. Allen and Mrs. Alice Womack spent yesterday In Memphis with him. Mi.ss Ktisemary Monaghnn spent the \veekencl at the University of Arkansas. Fayetteville. where she attendee! the OAEHALK activities as guest of her sister, Miss Barbara Monn^han, who is a .student there. Miss Nancy Holland also spent the weekend on the campus as guest of her sister, Miss Betty Holland who was a contestant for GAEBALE rjtiecn. Harold Porterfield, formerly of Piggott and now o( Blytheville, also spent the weekend on the campus. Mi;-s Betty Black is spending today in Memphis. She will return to Memphis tomorrow, where she will represent Blytheville as Lady of the Realm in the Cotton Week Rctivi- tic.s. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ellis spent yesterday in Memphis. While there, they visited Mrs. Lewis Alpe of Helena, who was a patient at the Memphis Baptist Hospital. Mrs. Alpe was dismissed today. They also visited with K. C. Allen of Blytheville, who is ill there, nnd members of the B. M. Matthews family. Mrs. B. O. Ambrose is ill at her home on Missouri. Mrs. Ruth Bryant spent yesterday in Memphis. Mrs. Ralph L. Odley and daughter. Harriett- Ann of Lexington, Ky,, are visiting here as guest of Mrs. Odiey's father, Virgil Greene, who is ilJ. Donald Greene, of Memphis, is alFO here with his father. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Auten announce the birth of a daughter Saturday nt Blytheville Hospital. The baby, who is their third daughter, lias not been named. Mrs. Autcn IF the former Miss Jackie Smith. The Rev. ami Mrs. E. C. Brown are it: Chicago where they arc attending the Southern Baptist Convention. They will return Saturday Miss Nancy Fenley of San Fran- Cisco. Calif., is visiting here as guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hughes. YOUR MOTHER IJemom.cr her tins coniinjj Sunday will, -, disijnclivc gift from I he Accessory Shou. . .the kind ol K iri sho doesn't ex- perl (o receive. 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Saturday Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi entertains with Mother's day luncheon at 1 p.m. at Rustic Inn. Acres of slums were razed to make vay for Paris' boulevard system In he time of Napoleon III. Blytheville Educator to Represent Arkansas at National Conference Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, elementary school supervisor of the Blytheville School System, has been designated to represent the Arkansas Education Association in (he National Conference on Standards for Teacher-Preparing Institutions to be conducted at Indiana University, Bloominijton, ind., June 27-30. The Indiana Conference, sponsored by Hie National Commission on Tencher Education tt nd Professional Standards, L, planned as n sequel to the Chatilauqua, Oxford Bowling Green, nnd New Hampshire conferences, which have been used in the past to advance the teaching profession. The Invitation came 'from Ralph McDonald, executive secretary of Ihc National Commission and lloyte R. Pyle. executive secretary of the Arkansas Education AKSO- cifttlon. The conference Is to be divided Into H divisions of problems of standards for teacher - preparing colleges and Miss Turner "has been assigned to that of general education for securing the initial competencies as related to teaching. The conference was called to develop, from the point of view of the organized .teaching profession a tentative statement of professional standards for evaluating an institution which is engaged In the preparation of teachers. A total of 500 key leaders of pro- fessional and lay organisations from all states arid territories of the United Stales are to participate In the conference, and the attendance Is to be limited to the Individuals officially delegated to participate. FOR SALE Stale Certified DPL No. 15 Blue Tog Cottonseed 80% Germination — • — OGDEN SOYBEANS 89% Germination EARL MAGERS Dell, Arkansas Phone 2811 ,or 2161 Southeast Missouri Singers to Convene Earl Hammonds of Campbell. 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