The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 12, 1950 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 12, 1950
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PAGE FOUR Bt-YTHEVrLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 12, 19W Jan« ShclUm, Society Kditor Phon« 44«1 Church Class Honored ! With Monthly Social Mrh. O. V. Daws was hostess and Mrs. Eussell Wert and Mrs. Elvn Poe, co-hostesses lo members of the Mary Martha- Sunday School Class of the First BaptUt Church last night at the Daws home for Hie monthly meeting and potluck supper. Vari-hued dutch iris were set, at intervals in the rooms iu which the' evening was spent. . ' ' A miniature Maypole, centered the dining table from which' the buffet supper was served. Immediately following, Dr. Edna Nies, class president, presided over a business session, which was opened with the devotional, "Peace In an Insecure World," presented by Mrs. J. M. Cleveland. Following the business session. Mrs. Marlon Williams, class teacher, closed the meeting with prayer. • * * Mrs. McCalla Hostess For Luncheon Meeting Mrs. Odell Sanders of Portland, Ark., houseguest of her mother, Mrs. M. O. Usrey, and Mrs. Harmon Taylor; were guests yesterday with members of the Thursday Luncheon Club for the bi-monthly meeting^ The two course luncheon' was served the guests, who were seated at. small tables arranged in the entertaining rooms. Bud vases, holding dutch Ms and daisies, topped each table. I/>\v bowls filled with roses. Iris and other spring blossoms were-set around the rooms. In the bridge game following. Mrs. Sanders won high score and Mrs. Sanford Boone, second h Mrs. McCalla also presented Mrs. Sanders with a gift. Mid-Week Club Meets; Mrs. Shane Hostess Bud vases, holding retl rases, topped the small tables at which mein- J bers of the Mid-Week Club \ver& seated In the Cecil Shane home yesterday for the weekly luncheon bridge. Vases filled with roses, dutch iris ami colorful daisies were placed throughout the rooms to provide a spring touch. In the bridge game immediately following the luncheon, high score was won by Mrs. C. A. Cxinntnghnn' and second high by MrsrM. O. Usrey. Mrs'i Hughes Entertains Thursday Club, Guests § Mrs. E. J. Cure nnd her housc- guest, Mrs, R, M. Brunct of Corinth Miss., met yesterday with members of the Thursday Club at the R. D Hughes home on Main Street whei Mrs. Hughes was hostess for the weekly luncheon bridge. Multl-hucd snapdragons, arranged In a low bowl, centered the dining table at which the club and guests were seated for the luncheon preceding the bridge game. In the game, high score was won by Mrs. R. P. Kirshner nnd second high by Mrs. C. W. Afflict. Mrs. Jarrett Hostess To Birthday Club Mrs. P. B. Jarrett entertained the Birthday Club. Tuesday at her • home for the monthly 1 o'clock luncheon. Mrs. Walter Wood was the honored guest. Yellow roses and pink blossoms decorated the dining room and entertaining rooms in which the afternoon was spent. Following the luncheon, gifts were presented Mrs. Wood, after which the remainder of the afternoon was Epent informally. Guests attending were Mrs. C. Cannon of Holland, Mrs. E. H. Crook and Mrs. J. C. Williams. Two Guests Attend Alpha Beta Meeting The Alpha Beta Bunco Club and two guests. Miss Mnry Hallmark and Mrs. John Deal, met Wednesday night fit the home of Miss Dorothy Drewery on Birch for the weekly meeting. ! Cerise peonies and red roses arranged in crystal bowls, adorned tiic entertaining room. High score was won by Mrs. Deal and low by Miss Hallmark. Bunco was won by Mrs. Cecil Ulm. At the conclusion of the game, the hostess served a desert course. VIvs. Adams Entertains )ouble Four Club, Guest, Love Adams was to members of tlic Double Four Bridge Jlub and one guest yesterday nt her ionic for the weekly dessert bridge. Mrs. P. E. Scott, was the club's guest. High score for the ynme was won by Mrs. Lila Brown, second high iy Mrs. A. B. Henry. • * » nlennccliates Honored With Monthly Social The Intermediate Department of Clavary Baptist Church met last light in the Church entertaining rooms for the monthly social, e Forty members nnd teachers ipent the evening In gumcs and in- "onnal entertainment after which refreshments were served. * * * * Beta Lambda Members Vleel in Saliba Home Thirty members of the Beta Lam- xla Club met Inst night at the home of Mrs. Z. B, Saliba for a iness meeting with Mrs. Andrew Moses, president, presiding. The members were seated In the entertaining rooms of the home, which were adorned with howls of mixed spring blossoms and greenery. During the business session plans were discussed for a Mother-Daughter banquet. Projects were named for club activities in 1950-51. Following the business session, the chib uas seated at small tables throughout, the home for canasta. During the evening the hostess, assLsted by her daughtcrs, served an lad course with coffee. Members attending were from Stccle, Luxora, theville. Bits of News Osceola and Bly- Octetlc, Guests Meet In James Hill Home. The Octette Club and two guests were entertained yesterday at the James Hill, Jr., home for the weekly dessert bridge, Guests meeting with the club were Mrs. H. C. Bush and Mrs. Harold Ninm. Arrangements of roses, pansies and irts, were placed in the room in which the group was seated, and throughout, the home. High score was won by Mrs. Cleo Lnngston, and second high by Mrs. Hill. * * * Square Dance Honors Junior High Set Sixty blue jeanctl and gingham clad members of the Junior High, School set were entertained Wednesday evening with n square dnncc at the Woman's Club. Host nnd hostesses were Norbert Blankenship, J imm ic Moore an n* M any a Kny Games were played by the group, after which Mr. and Mrs. George luntilnghnm of Cnruthcrsvllle called the dances for the guests. During the evening, a sandwich :)late and party foods were served from the refreshment table which WHS centered with a low bowl ol roses. Mrs. H, C. BlnnkciKshlp and Mrs Boyce Moore, mo there of the host and hostesses, were assisted in directing the evening's activities by Mrs. John Tyrone nnd Mrs. Byron Nail. Osceola PTA Has Final Meet OSCEOLA, May 12—Mrs. Louis George was installed as president of the Osceola P. T. A. for 1950-51 when they met for the meeting of the year yesterday. She replaces Mrs. D. V. Mnloch who has served the past two years. Other officers named to serve for the 1950-1951 include Mrs. P. D. Johnson, vic*i presirlent; Mrs. Harry Met Mock, secretary; Mrs. S. L, •Glnsccc, treasurer; Mrs. C. W. Watson, district director of the P. T. A,, conducted the installation. Following the business session, Mrs. George named committee chairman. Mrs. P. D. Johnson will s cr ve as the p rog ram c hnirm a n; Mrs L. C. B. Ynuns. hospitality; Mrs. Ed Weiss, magazine: Mr.s. D X. Morris, study course: Mrs G. C. Ragsdale. membership: Mrs. Joe Rhodes Jr., publicity; Mrs. Spencc Williams, congress Duplication nnd parliamentarian; Mrs, L. T. Lawrence, character ami spiritual life; Mr.s. O. M. Beck ti am, scrapbook; Mrs. Dan Reid, summer round-up: and Miss Euln librarian In the room counts, the fourth LTrrulR received first place and the second grade received the second Mr. and Mrs. George Hubbard nnd Mr. and Mrs. A. E. HnnUey are spending two weelcs In Hot Springs. Mrs. Odell Sanders, of Portland, Ark., hmrscgucst of her mother, Mrs. M. O. Usrcy, nnd brother, Max Usrey, attended the Cotton Carnival in Memphis last night. Mrs. Crawford Noble has returned from Birmingham and Atlanta, where she visited as guest of friends. Condition of Mrs. C. M. Oliver, who suffered a broken wrist in a fall yesterday, is reported satisfactory. Mrs. Oliver Is confined to her home. Dr. A. M, Washburn of Little Rock, state director for the control of comtnunicablR diseases, .spent yis- tcrtlay in Blythevllle. Mrs. E. D. ace Is In El Dorndu with her son, E. B. Gee, Jr., and Frank Wagner while the boys arc participating in the State Class "A" olf tournament. The group will return to Biythcvllle tomorrow. Russell Phillips Is In Little Rock where he is attending the State Au- :omoblle Dealers Association meeting. Mr. Phillips, who is vice-president of the association, will return home tomorrow. Miss Marion Mayes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Mayes of Blythe- vllle. has been elected program chairman for the Mountain Mas- quernclers, dramatic players at Blue Mountain College. Blue Mountain, M,iss., (or the 1950-51 session. Miss Betty Doilds, Miss Florence Moore and Miss Winnie Virgil Turner left this afternoon to spend the weekend in Newbern, Tenn., as guests of relatives. _Buss Kettinger was removed this morning to a Memphis hospital after Ijclng stricken ill last evening at his home on Cherry. Mrs. Charles C. Langston and children have returned from Bowl- Ing Green. Ky.. where they spent several days. They went especially to be with Miss Barbara Dukes of Philadelphia who is visiting In Bowling Green. Mrs. Ernest Halsell and son. Johnny, Barbara Van Hooser, Pat SmothRTinon, Etnadele Swearengen and Bill Wundcrlich were In Memphis last night to attend the Tcen- Agers Ball. Condition of Mrs. J. C. Drokc, Sr.. who was dismissed yesterday from the Blythevllle Hospital, where she had undergone surgery, Is reported satisfactory, she Is now at her home, 1703 Hcarn. " . ' Mrs. Russell Oalnes and daughter, Moim Joy, and Mrs. Thomas Moore will spend tomorrow In Men pills nnd will also attend Cotton Carnival activities. Mrs. H. C. Blnnkenshlp and daughters, Manya and Dccnya, ant niece, Marj Jo Eaton, and Mnxtne Hipp spent yesterday in Memphis Sunbeam Band \ Has Meeting Twenty nine members and three guests of the Sunbeam Band of the Number Nine Baptist Church met yesterday afternoon at the church for » combined program, birthday party meeting. Guests were Mrs Jenny Webster, Mrs. Everett Rhoades and Mrs. Raymond Whittle. The meeting was opened with the repeating of the watchword and the singing of the Sunbeam song. Mrs. Bess Hustln and Miss Ernestine French directed the brief pro- Brnm after which Mrs. Rhondcs led In prayer. The eighth birthday of Raymond and Ray/ord Whittle was observed by the group with games being played and the afternoon spent Informally. The large white birthday cake was cut, and served the guests with iced drinks. Those assisting in serving were Mnita Prlchard, Jewel Presley. Louise Jones and Thclma Cooksey. PTA Concludes Year's Work The final meeting of the Sudbnry PTA /or the current school year wn.s held Wednesday afternoon at the school. Mrs. George SiiHvell, retiring president, presided over the meeting, which was opened with a de- otional presented by Mrs. Tim stes. Mrs. M. C. Webb read the presi- ent's message followed by reports rom the secretary, Mrs. Vance enderson, and the treasurer, Mrs. arry Botjuit, Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, e]e- lentary supervisor, spoke concern- ig "The School System," after hfch she conducted the irustnlla- on -services for the 1950-51 officers. ffleers lastnlled Included: presl- ent, Mrs. Henderson; vice-presi- ent, Mrs. Kemp Whlsenhunt: sec- etary, Mr?. L. A. Dougherty; treas- rer, Mrs. Keltno Francis; nnd Mrs. ny Johnston, historian. Mrs. P. E. Utlcy, chairman of the unimer round-up, announced that 0 had been enrolled for the fall erm. In the room count, attendance ri/.Gs were presented MLS.S Mary Iiiblcr, Miss Luella Barnes, Mrs. leorge Wlggs, and Mrs. D. C. McLean. Mrs. SLllwell closed the meeting Ith prayer. In the social hour following, Mrs. lark Stewart, hospitality chair- rmn, Mrs. Wagner Adams and Mrs. ames Snow served refreshments. 35 Pre-School Youths Checked Thirty-five children were examined yesterday In n pre-schoo roundup for potential Langc Schon students. Children expected to start to school In September had Immiinl zations, physical and dental examinations. The roundup was under the sup crvision of Mrs. Leroy Hmldlcston Mrs. Paul Hitman. Mrs. Robcr Wade, Jr., and Mrs. R. L. Austin representing the Lunge P.T.A. Similar clinics had been conduct ed for Sudhury School, when 3 children were examined, and fo the Negro school. All clinics have been conductee nt- the North Mississippi Count Hcnlth Unit. Final Meeting Held by PTA~ The finnl meeting of the Gosne PTA for the current school yen vas held nt the school recent] vith Mrs. Ross Crtlchvcll, presiden presiding. Tho program was opened wit rmip sing\HK nfler which Claud loopcr. Dlythcvillc attorney, spok on "Juvenile Delinquency." James Davis showed comic movie Mrs. Wvlie Guest With Club Eight Mrs. H. W, Wylle was guest Wednesday afternoon wit!) members of! P |acc Club Eight when Mrs. Paul .lobe Following the meeting, a social hour \vas held. entertained the group nt her home for the weekly dessert bridge. Spring Roral arrangements wero placed in the entertaining rooms and throughout the home. During the afternoon, high score was won by Mrs. Charles C. Langston and second high by Mrs. H. O. Parllow. At fne Hosnitals Blythevllle Hospital Dismissed: Alton Wilson, Sleele. Mrs. J. C. Drokc. Sr., City. Mrs, C. W. Jacfc.son. Portageville L Pace-framing 1 white collars joint up the need for a fliwlesj skin. To get skin immaculately clean, the model follows up soap and water washing with n liquifying cleansing cream applied with a cotton pad soaked in skin lotion (left). {juick-workinj emollient cream smoothed on (right) lubricates skin thoroughly while she driniu morning coffee. Finishing touch for well-groomed look is the r«-' moval of powder flecks from eyebrows with tiny, lightly-oiled brush (center). Crushing also leaves brows sleek and shining. Portageville News By Mrs, Raymond Toomba Phone 2Z* The Annual Flower Show i'ortayeviJlc Garden club sponsored its fourth annual flower show the on Thursday of lust week in screation room of the Method- WSCS Meets "or Study Lesson Mrs. A. A. Hardy ; was h.ostcss ast night tit her home on Clearlake Road to 13 members pr the Promised Lnnd V'SCS for a study lesson meeting. Mr.s. Thomtis Moore opened the meeting with B devotional followed Those pnrticipatiEig were Mrs. Feiix Hill, "Our Unofficial Ambassador," and Mrs. Calvin Hill, "The Sun of Righteousness Shall ArLse." A playlet, "Mary Johnson Hospital," directed by Mrs. Russell Homes and Mrs. J. M. Veasley. ^resented after which Mrs. Mar Jaines discussed, "Serving the Least of These; 1 ' Mrs. LcRoy Henry closed the program portion with the talk, "Malaya." In the business session follow- ng, Mrs. Marcus Gntnos nnd Mrs Henry, reported on the districi tVSCS meeting, which was h Wednesday at the Lake Stlreet MethodLst Church. Mrs. Hardy closed the meeting with prayer, after which she served a salad plate with Iced drinks ist church. Over 100 arrangements were Included among tho 23 different classes and 150 guests were registered during the afternoon and evening. Hostesses were Mrs- Ben Segal, Mrs. L. D. Painter, Mrs. J. A. Rob- insnn, Mrs. Webb Walker. Mrs. Tommy Lee, Mrs, Chartes Pinkley, Jr., Mrs. Nell Smalley and Mrs. S. L. LaFont. The May Day theme was used at he show. The tea table laid with in hn]}urteci Irish linen cloth held a miniature Maypole centerpiece. MKSPS Mary Lee Fuller, Patricia .IcaUe, Sue Tyson and Mrs. Howard Moses presided at the tea table. Towns represented included Hayi. Steeto, Poplar Bluff, New Madrid. Lilborn, Kennett, Sikeston and Washington, D. C. Mrs. Wayne E3e Lisle was chair- 111 an of the show. On-her committee were Mrs. Jack Harriett, Mrs. Har- t'ey Carter, Mrs- Graham Booth, Mrs. A. A. Swillcy, Mrs. Joseph McCrate, Mrs. Moody Kichardson and Mrs. Byron Do Lisle. Social Notes ; Mrs. Gene AviUon'iind Mrs.. Helen May won honors when Mrs. Russell Thorn ell entertained the Thursday Club last week. The Junior Girls Auxiliary of Open House Night Will Be Held he Baptist Church were: entertain•d in the home of Mrs. William Stephens Tuesday. Mrs. C. A. Dacres was hostess to icr bridge club Tuesday afternoon. Honors went to Mrs. T. A. Lee and Mrs. Nell Smalley. Mrs. Henry nnoaes entertained Tuesday with a 7 pjn. dinner in lonor of her husband's birthday. Mrs. Jane Easterly entertained with a canasta party Sunday In honor of Mrs. Paul Stryker's birthday. Members of the Blythevlrie Woman's Club will be hostesses to Bly- thcville citizens nt an open house T .- - ---. - night at 8 o'clock. Airs. Kendall Berry, president, Mrs, J. E. Craftpn, president of the Garden Club Division, co-sponsors of the open house activities, and Mrs. James Hill, Jr., .will greet the guests. At 8:30 p.m. two films, "Treasure Island," depicting Ufc and customs of Hnwali. and "Uninbow Harvest." j showing the fruit growing acttvl- ! tics of California, arc to be shown j followed by a short business session : Following the adjournment, re- ' freshments were served In the school cafeteria. Cominq Events Social Calendar Friday Mr. and Mrs. Holland Akin entertain members of the Past Matrons nnd Patrons Club with potluck sup- ptT at Shrincr's Club at 7 p.m. Rookie Smith Dancing School an- niml recital nt 8 p.m. at Memorial Auditorium. Open house at Woman's Club at 8 p.m. Saturday Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi entertains with Mother's rtny luncheon at 1 p.m. at Rustic Inn. Sunday Mrs. Oren Green and Mrs. Ous Eterdt entertaining with tea feting Mrs. Ora Cone, worthy grand matron of Eastern Star and Mrs. Ruth' Slaton, associate worthy grand matron, at Green home In Manila from 2 to 5 p.m. at 8:30 p.m. Mrs. R. E. Van Hooser Is chairman of the open house activities. The house, located at Fifteenth and Main Streets, has been newly redecorated as a special project of the Garden Club division. PRE-KUT Ornamental Iron Typical itair rail inttalldtion using Scroll 2422S. Thii lypa of arrange- m«fit !« limpU but very iliiling. Add* • graceful noTft to any decor r Now you can afford the everlasting distinctive beauty of Ornamental Iron with Winter protection too for slippery steps and porches. Modern production methods give you low cost, high quality, and immediate delivery. Call today for free estimates. Austin & Wicker Red • Spot Paint — Glass — Wallpaper 1)2 So. 1st. Phone G207 HD Club Meets n Abbott Home Twenty members and three guests, .Irs. William Mitchell, Mrs. Monroe Ecsharse and Mrs. Era Gotchcr, ol the Yarbro Home Demonstration Club met recently at the home of Mrs. D. B. Abbott for the monthly meeting. The meeting was opened with the demonstration of a crochet piece by the hostess after which tile group sang. "America." Mrs. Walter Barnes presented the devotional followed by the rending of the poem "Mother's Love" by Mrs. Abbott. Mrs. Besharse and Mrs. Gene McGttre sang "If I Could Hear My Mother Pray Again." Each member answered roll call by giving a nuoteUion concerning Mother's Day. This was followed with talks by Mrs. Ernest French and Mrs. Gotcher on the club work. In the business session, Mrs. El7fc Wheeler reported on the progress of the new club house after which a group discussion of the play tournament was held. In the social hour following, games were played with prlz«s bt- ing presented Mrs. Wheeler, Mn. Besharse, Mrs. Henry Young, Mn. Gotchcr and Mrs. Mitchell. Tht hostess served & dessert courM. Marriage License* , The following couples obtali marriage licenses at the office at Miss EliMbcth Blythe, county clerk, yesterday: Lawrence William Htzhugh »nd Miss Marjory Rny Whidham, both of Blytheville. Fred Hoblnson of Huffman and Miss Margaret Smith of Blythevlllfc BAKE SALE STARTS SATURDAY 9 A.M. ARK-MO. POWER CO. LOCAL OFFICE CANDY-CAKES-PIES Sponsored by the CATHOLIC ALTAR SOCIETY Remember her (bis Sunday with (he nicest gift of all. ..lovely flowers. Choose from a wide selection of cut flowers ami potted plants.. .or artificial wreaths if your mother is not living. And for church on Sunday—don't forget the red or whit* rose or carnation. FLOWER MART BLYTHEVILLE Memphis Hhvay Telephone 6002 Especially For Your Mother On Her Day... Pangburn's DELICIOUS CANDY $1.50 up EATON'S FINE STATIONERY $1,00 • WE GIFT WRAP FREE • Rothrock Drug Co. Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts at 2:0fl P.M. Cent. Showing Every Day Last Times Today Cofeen Gray C/iarfe BWfford France? Giffonrf GEM AIR COOLED Last Time Today T JUDY — VAN I GARLAND "JOHNSON | 'IN THE GOOD a< »v - OLD SUMMERHMr I'animniint News and Selected Shorts Saturday THRILL! I tO TM ACnOM, CONHJCT AND MCTACU A THUMMMMO OUTOOO* ADVIMTUM ,-# Crockett Serial: "Pony Kxprcvj" Xo. S and Cartoon Conl. Showing SaU 12:30-11:30 Sunday & Monday HEMINGWAY'S Great ROMANCE of the TURF! 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