The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 26, 1952 · Page 1
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 1

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Saturday, April 26, 1952
Page 1
Start Free Trial

TAGE TWO BLYTHEVFLLE (ARK,) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1951 Pat Mullins, Society Editor Patsy Wilson To Marry in May Ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Homer Earnliart Wilson nnnounce the engagement and approaching marringc of their daughter, Patsy Sue. to KKvood E. Hoffman. He "is the son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Hoffman of Cape Glrardeau, Mo. The brlde-olcct was craduntcd from Blythevllc High School nnd from Southeast Missouri State Teachers College at Cape Otrar-t dcau, \vhere she was n member o{ the Delta Delta Delta Sorority. She is now a member of the faculty of Herculanenm High School at Herculnneum, Mo. Cpl. Hoffman is a (jradimte of Central High School, in Cape Gi- rardenu. Ho was employed by Phillips Petroleum Compans 1 until he entered the Air Force. He Is now stationed I:: Maxwell Field, Mnn!- gomery, Ala, The wedding will be solemnized Mas 1 17th at 8 p.m. in the Oince Methodist Church In Cape Glrar- deau. Birthday Party At Rustic Inn Vaughn Jerome, son of Dr. and Mrs. N. G. Jerome, was entertainer! nt the Rustic Inn on his seventh birthday with approximately 25 of h& friends present. Terry Rainwater nnd John (Butch) Sniothennon won prizes in the games that were played. The hostess, Mrs. Jerome, served ice cream and birthday cake. Tops In Home Fashions Bits of News Piano Audition Adjudicator Arrives Edwin Wallace, Billy Edwards and Charles Booker are home to spend the weekend with their parents. They are students at University of Arkansas. Mr, and Mrs, W. G. Craven of Memphis have returned home after spending the week ns guests of Mrs, Craven's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Maloney and family, Dr. nnd Mr.s. P. L. Tipton, who have spent the winter in Florida, are here for a few days as guests of Mrs. H. L. Chambers and other relatives, Mr.s, Jack Malheny and Mrs. Buddy Shlbbcrs hpcnt Thursday and Friday in Memphis with Mrs. Matheny's daughter, Mrs. Bill Joyner. Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Shuford of Hickory, N r . C., arrived yesterday to 1 visit their daughter, Mrs. H. A. Koines, and family. Mr. and Mrs. J, P. Friend have as their guests, Mrs. Friend's sis- ler, Mrs. Melvin E. Gibbs, and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. W. E. Gibbs, and daughter. Donna Ross. They arrived yesterday from their home in Lulkfn, Tex, They nre p.'" o vi:iitinff Mr.s, Mclvln Gibb's mother, Mr.s. W. R. Brown. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lynn W. Brown have returned from Chattanooga fhere Mr, Brown attended a meeting of the Tennessee Association of Life Underwriters. Mr. and Mrs. George Wiggs have us (heir guests this week end, Mr.s. Wiggs' mother, Mrs. E. T. Branri of Dresden, Term., and her .sister, Mrs. Tom Curry, nnd son of Dycrsburg, Tcnn. TOM)—Miss Palsy Sue Wilson will wed Cpl. Elwood E, Hoffman in May, It was anuounci'd today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Eavnhnrt Wilson. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hoffman of Cape Glrardeau, Mo. Council of Church A/omen to Meet The Blytheville Council of luirch Women will hold their May "ellowshlp Day May 2 in the First Christian Church Mrs. Freeman Robinson will ervc as chairman, of the affair. Ire. J. 0. Guard will be hospitnli- y chairman, with Mrs. Eric Whitey serving R.S co-chairman. The theme will be "Spiritual Se- :urlty for Today's Family," which viU be read by Mrs. Alex Shelby iintt Mrs. R. R. Jayroe, organist. Members of the St. Stephen's Episcopal Church Auxiliary will be ishers. Mrs. Hugh Whltslll. president, will conduct a business meet lug during which new officers will be elected. Rcpcrt.i of state meeting of Council of Church Women will be given, A tea will follow the meeting. Annual Banquet Honors Seniors Assembly Hall of Chlekn.saw Courts was the scene of n b:\tiqnnt last night, when the intermediates of Trinity Baptist Church had their annual banquet. Trinity me tubers of this year's high school graduating class were honored guests. They were Juanita Overman, Ruby Henson, Mary Lou Sruvyers, Mary Ann Robinson nnd Pat McGregor. Gene Pierce, director, pave the welcome address, and Rex Lovcll, superintendent of Sunday School, ervcri a.s master of ceremonies. Irs. James Kelly gave the Invo- who is sponsor nd leader of this group n devo- oiml nnd the remainder of the venlng was spent, Informally. Food was prepared and served by he Circles One and Two of the Voincn's Missionary Union nnd Business Women's Circle. A l the Hospitals Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Doi-othy Reed. Cily Mrs. H. R. Hunt nnd bnby. City Mrs, Russell Campbell, City Mrs. T. A. Morgan, West Ridge Ark. Dale Edmister, City Monlell Bridgcwalor, City Mrs. John E. Murshal! a n baby, Steele. Illylhcvlllc Hospital Dismissed: Burl Caslmnn, Cooler Miss Ella Jayco. City William Burger. Jr., Cooler. n. C. Dodfl. Memphis Mrs. Howard Cnldwell, Cily. Mrs. Kirshncr Is Hostess lo PEO By Sue Burnelt As welcome as R clny In June this brief-sleeved home style Hint so cool and comfortable for busy summer schedule. CrLsp ruf ing trims shoulders, side closmg. handy pocketfi. Pattern No. 8327 Is a se\v-rU« perforated pattern tn si7.cs 12. 14. 16, 18. 20. Size H, 3^ yards of 39-Inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, size drfired. and the PATTER.N NUMBER to Sue Burnclt, Courier News, 375 Quincy St., Chicago 6. 111. Basic FASHION for '52 Is filled with ideas to make your clothes budget go further—time-s-avlng and economical designs ihat. are easy to sew. out pattern printed inside. 25 cents. -aFinesse Has Dessert Bridge With mixed spring bouquets ol :ullps and imrcissl providing the set tins?, Mrs. Marvin, Nnnn, Jr., entertained LnFinesse with a dessert bridge party yesterday. Mrs. James Rogers, Mrs. John B. Lewis nnd Miss Vcra Good rich were named on the g u e s I list. Taking top honors In the after noon's bridge game was Mrs. Jitck Webb. A two-time winner was Mrs John Hudson who took second prizi and bridge. Layette Shower Given in Home Mrs. Paul Hakes was feted wit n layette shower in the home f Mrs. \v. M. Fli73cralrt Inst nlghi Mr.s. John Clous e served ns co hostess of the affair attended b approximately 15 guests. Grimes were pluycd during t V party In which Mrs. Bill Kim broil nnd Mrs. Burl Mnban were prize ntlon. Mrs. Joy Ross, titch and- Chatter Club -las Two "iNfew Members Mrs. Harvey DorHs was hostess esterdny to the Stitch and Chat tcr Club. Potted flowers were i.sed In dccortitSon. Mrs. Jnnlce Gray nnrl Mrs Jnmes were new members w h o were ndmitted to club. In informal games played, Mrs Violet Thompson, nnci Mrs. Fran ces Storey won prizes, Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Dr. Esther Baldwin Dr. Esther Baldwin of Columbia, S. C., arrived In Biythevitle this jnornlng to judge the National Piano Auditions which began today at the Hotel Noble. The auditions, being held here for the third year, are sponsored by the National Guild of Piano Teachers. Mrs. Dalton FowlsLon is Guild chairman here. The auditions will continue through Wednesday. Dr. Baldwin Is ft concert pianist, composer arid teacher, and has been soloist with several symphony orchestras. Horn in Chicago, 111., she did both undergraduate and post-graduate work at the Columbia School of Music and Arts. She received her doctor of music degree from Chicago University. Dr. Baldwin studied piano with Dr. Francis Hemlngton and composition with Paul de Launey. She Is state Junior counselor for South Carolina Federation of Mus- aic and is a member of the International Piano Teachers Association. Bernice Odom Coming Events Saturday Alpha Beta Chapter ol Epsilon Ipha win have a banquet, jewel m circmony and formal dance at lotel Noble. M outlay Altar Society or the Immaculate oncL'ption Catholic Church meete i the school hall at 2:30 p.m. Circle One of Trinity Baptist Church meets at the home of Mrs. . McDeimoH at, 108 K, Cherry. Circle Two of Trinity Baptist :him:h meets at the home of Mrs. !. G. Lovcll, 705 LiUy, at 2:30 p.m. Friendship Sunday Schcol Class of First Baptist has potLuck supper 7 p.m. Tuesday B'nai B'rith Auxiliary Has Luncheon Meeting The B'na! B'rith Auxiliary of Temple Israel had a luncheon meeting in the recreation hall of the Temple yesterday. All but one of the officers were elected for another teim. Mrs. William Borowsky was re-elected president. Others who will hold office again nre Mrs. Jerry Cohen, vice president; Mrs, Ben Nichol of Oscen- la, secretary; and Mrs. Noah Bnr- kovitx of Hayti, corresponding secretary. Mrs. Sidney Ptatt will serve her first term as treasurer. Mrs. Joe Pride, Jr., reviewed the book, "Spark of Life" by Eric Remarque. Mixed spring blooms in various arrangements decorated the re- Daisy I'ennlngton Armorel Honor Students Are Named; Graduation Scheduled for May 15 ARMORED — Daisy Pennington, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, M. B. Pennington, is valedictorian of the 1952 graduating class of Armorel High School, it was announced today by Superintendent R, W. Nichols. Bernice Odom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, W. E. adorn, has been named .sntutatorian. The 1G seniors will receive thoir diplomas at commencement exercises to be held at May 15 Women's Missionary Union of the Baptist Church of Gosncll meets it the church at 7:30 p.m. i creation room. Four Guests Present Mrs. Charles Cri^ger, Jr., is hos- Ail ]• O'l i pi t* ss to Tuesday Bridge club. Al Ladies Bible Class Trl-Town Bridge Club entertained by Mrs. Jack Hale at the home of Mrs, E. L. Hale at Armorel. Margaret Alsup, Eva Alsup, Delores Krtens, Shirley Abbott, Walterene Orr, Martha Tart, Van Buren Russell, Richard Hardln and Buddy Ray. The commencement address will be t'ivcn by Dr. H. B. Evans of Memphis State College Baccalaureate services wttl be held on the merit of May 11 and the sermon will be delivered hy the Rev. Harvoy T. Kidci, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Blytheville, In add if ion to the two honor students, the graduating class included: Raymonette Steward, Mac- kic Nell Cooper, Winone Kester, Armorel YWA's Have Bvisincss Meeting The .Young Women's Association of the Armorel Baptist Church met Thursday night for a monthly stewardship and business meeting. Seven members were present with one new member, Margie Simmons. The program was opened with a prayer by Luclla Al.sup. TIiose taking part on the program, "Hawaiian Harvest," were Maxine Parrish, Margie • Simmons, Yvonne McCann, Martha Tart, Joy Parrish, Jean Parrish and Luella Alsup. Mrs. Adron Russell closed the Mrs. B. F. Gay, Mrs. O. E. Hoeggan, Mrs, Roy T. Btigtey nnd Miss Sue Osment were guests of Country Club Duplicate meets at i the Ladies Bible Clnss which met Club. yesterday at the First Methodist LaPetUe entertained at the Church with 23 members present. Country Club by Mrs. Neal Gesel. Wednesday Mrs. Cornelius Mcdmgcr Ls hostess to Town and County Club. Thursday Mid-Week Club meets at the home of Mrs. W. U Homer. Mrs. Mclvin Hakel! hostess Verlcne Sorrels, Peggy Sanders, meeting with prayer With a two-course luncheo Mrs R. F. Kirshner was hostess to Chapter "D" of PEO in her home Wednesday with Mrs. C. A. Nelson, serving as co-hostess. Mrs. E, B. Gee, president ol the organisation, was in charge ol the business and Mrs. Net son had charge of the program, "Favorite Folk Lore." A report of the PEO Record uas given by Mrs. James Roy which was followed by a poem by Mrs, Walker Baker. Centering the table where this I to LiiNuevu. Thurs d a y Club mec ts at the Country Club. Mrs. F, B. Jpyner entertains Thursday Contract. Thursday Rook Club entertained by Mrs. Neville Blakemore. Blythcville -Duplicate League meets. Kibitzer club meets at the home of Mrs. Charles Aftlick. guests were prated for luncheon was a bouquet of mixed spring Ho'.vers. N. Mrs. W. W. Akenhead pres-vit- l ed a devotional from Psalm, usin^ her theme "Blessed," which she closed with a prayer. ; Mr.s. W. I. Denton, president of the organization, called for re- lorts from various officers a n d committees. The meeting was closed with prayer by Mr.s. Bagley. In the social hour that followed, a comedy skit was presented by Mrs. Henderson Hall and Mrs. Alex Shelby. Fruit punch and cake were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Hall, Mrs. John Moore, Mrs. B. M. Mathews, and Mrs. W. D. Henley. Siate Certified Blue Tag D&Pl 15 COTTON SEED 80% Germination. Delinfed & Treated CALL Glen Cook PHONE 2442 Mrs. A. L. Richardson Hostess to Baptists winners. The hostesses ment.s. served refresh- i CLIP THIS OUTI NOTICE FARMERS OUR NEW STORE HOURS For Your Convenience We're Now Open 6 a.m. Until 6:30 p.m. Aflcr Hours Call FOK 1'AUTS J. C. "Pappy" Wallers G20S Hennie Conk 8925 Open (>:;>() p.m. — Show Sliirls al Dusk 2 Shows Kvery Night! The Yarbro Missionary Society ot the Baptist Church met Thursday hi the home of Mrs. A. L,. Richardson. Ten members were present. Mr.s. T. T. Campbell opened the meeting with prayer and Mrs. Jack Emory gave the devotional. The pmf;mm followed ami the t*roup j was dismissed with prayer by Mr--;. ' Floyci Ash. meeting. Uic hos- i tow; sei val refresh m SATURDAY ONLY! DOUBLE FEATURE ' H-G-M muvcal C. K. "Mull' FOR SERVICE Rodgers 2<) 10 Delta Implements, Inc. Blytheville 312 South 2nd I I CLIP THIS OUT — Jl Hiclcrs of Pcnlh Valley Serial ami Carlooji First Showing in lilytheville Also 2 Carioons & Comedy Box Off ice Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 9c & 30c At All Times • SAT. ONLY! Double Feature ".YcVBROVIH IN PERSON 3!ackwood Bros. Quartet TUESDAY April 29 - 8 p.m. American Legion Auditorium Nationally famous stars of radio, television, records and concerts. America's favorite singers o f fiospcl songs, hymns nnd spirituals. DON'T MISS THIS HIG ATTRACTION! O A I.SO • WA1.I.Y KOYVI.KU, "The All-Nialil Singing Man" nnd the Oak Hidgc Qunrtct of Nashville, Tenn. ^ith Hob Prather. Admission: 5flc nnd $1 —PLUS— "MOB TOWN" with Dick Foran & Anne G Wynne Serial: Hariar Man & Cartoon SUN.-MOON. Double Feature iiiFtHirlFTluiriM itAiil 1 JTOLE * miUBII B&J3Z2 & fcrmTOi? RAFT-TIEVOS 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 1 M-G-M presents the brightest comedy of the year! Janet Peicr LEIGll « MWOHD LEWIS STONE • MARILYN ERSKIHE • RICHARD ANDERSON I'ariimonnt News, Cartoon & Novelty Itcel R1TZ GUESTS Mr. Ji Airs. Jack Kawlings Jlr. Louis Lynch Jlr. & -Airs, .lames Oates JOAN llRYIS-snnrt w«s-iH«j«m Also Metro News CONCRETE CULVERT TILE Sizes up lo 36 In. Corrygated Metal Culverts Sizr", up to 81 In A. H. WE8B Automatic Flood Oatei Concrete A Metal Septic Tanks Sewer Tile Triers W* Deliver Highway fil Al Slat* Line Phone 7H FOR THE BUY OF YOUR LIFE- See Us About OVERHAULING YOUR ENGINE Blyrheville Motor Co. Phone 1122

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 14,500+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free