The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 13, 1950 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 13, 1950
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TTTO BIATHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MAT 18, 19BO Society Jane Shelton, Society Kditor f Phone 4461 Miss Baker Weds John R, Alsworlh Mr. and Mrs. E, J. Baker of Luxora announce the marr'age of Ihclr daughter, Miss Pauline Baker, to John H- Alsft'orth of Osccola and West Plains, Mo., son of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Alsworth of West Plains. The wedding was solemnized at ihe Lu.xora Methodist Church, Monday evening, May 1st, at 7:30 with the Rev. H. L. Robinson, pastor, officiating. Miss Mamie Lon permenter of Osceola and Bill pickett of Blytheville were their only attendants. The bride wore a dre-ss of navy sheer with navy and white accessories. Her corsage was white gardenias. She is a graduate of the Luxora High School and Mrs. Dandy's Secretarial School, Osceola. She Ls now employed as bookkeeper at Planters Bank-. Mr. AUu'orth was graduated from the Senatobia High School at Sen- atobta, Miss., and later attended Northwest Junior College at Senn- tobia. He was in the Navy for six years, and is now employed by the Osceola Drainage D'strict No. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Alssvorth have returned from a short wedding trip to West plains and are at home in Osceola. Mrs. McCann Hostess To Lucky Rook Club White roses, arranged in crystnl vases, decorated the cutertoinlng room of the W. F. McCann home yesterday In which members of the Lucky Rook Club were seated for the weekly meeting. In the rook game, high score wns won by Mrs. Cecil Priest, second high by Mrs. Freeman Huey and rooko, by Mrs. J. O, Huey. At the conclusion of the grime, Mrs- McCann served R sandwich plate. • * « Mrs. Garrigan Hostess To Friday Contract . Members of the Friday Contract Club met yesterday al the home of Mrs. nt Half Moon for the ^eekly dessert bridge, Snapdragons, roses, daisies and mixed spring flowers were arranged In the rooms in which the nfler- noon was spent in bridge, High score was won by Mrs. G. O. Poetz, second high by Mrs. Russell C, Farr untl bridge by Mrs. Gnr- rlgan. * * • Frame-Plumei Rites Said . In Micola Baptist Church STEELE. Mo., May 13—The marriage of Mr.s. Clara Nelle Plummcr and Conrad Frame, was quietly solemnized Thursday at the Micola Baptist Church with the Rev. Mr. Jo'ncs, pastor, officiating. Preceding the ceremony. Miss Imogene Hinchcy sang "Because." : The bride was dressed in a blue unit, with a corsage of white gnr- denins. ,. Following the ceremony a wedding reception was held at the home o! the bride in Micola. Club 28, Guests Entertained at Hut An 8 p.m. dinner preceding an evening of dancing, entertained 55 members and guests of Club 28 when the group met Thursday night nt the Hut for the monthly meriting. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Taylor end Mr and Mrs. Max ogan \vcro hosts and hostesses for the affair Rambler roses and greenery decorated the rustic ball and reception rooms of the Hut. Supper was served from a tonp table centered with a bowl fillcc! with Iris and roses. • Guests ^tending were Mr. anc Mrs. J. F. Alontandon. Mr. and Mrs W. A. Afflick, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vance. Mr. and Mrs. Cnarles Penn Mr. arid Mrs. J. P. Holland. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gunn. Dr. and Mrs J M Beasley. Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Rain- l!r>lp)>.vc Jean McDonald Valedictorian Carolyn wise Salutalorian Burderte Baccalaureate Tomorrow The senior class play conducted last night at the Durdctte High School was the first of activities for the graduating .students, nnd a senior trip that will originate nt Burdette on May 22 will climax the events. The trip will lake the twelve graduates to New Orleans and other point.s nn the Quit Coast. L. H. Au- u-y, superintendent,, nnd Mrs, Autry will ncconipany the students, At graduation services Thursday, Bolibyc Jean McDonald will be recognized as valedictorian and Carolyn Wise as snlutntorlan of the graduating clas.s, •71 Bits of News Musical Tea Climaxed by Open House Highlight Woman's Club Activities Carpenter, "In My Garden" by Firestone, and "Mother O' Mine" by Tours A musical tea, featuring local artists and n distinguished music critic, open house, nnd the showing of color movies at the Woman's Cluh yesterday afternoon and last night, officially opened the newly decorated club house to the Blythcville public. Mrs. R.JSCOC Clark, president of the Beethoven Club at Memphis, Tenn., for the past 12 years, lauded music as "international language" and emphasized the value of public .school music. -Mrs. Koscoe Clark Spi-iiks Mrs. Clark, speaking to members of the Blythevillc Woman's Club at the annual musical tea, termed music the greatest cultural medium and pointed out thai even though children could not Interpret, music it was known to be one of the best methods of combating Juvenile delinquency. Mr.s. Clark said that (jlee clubs, bands and even ratlin-phonographs in schools are furthering Interest, in music. She explained that as a project of a Memphis music club radio- phonographs with classical music had been given rural schnols. Tn explaining the music groups of Memphis with which she Is associated, she explained that the groups fire organizing Junior and younp groups to develop talent and appreciation of music among the young people. Public School Muslr Stressed Ti-e Beethoven Club sponsors studies of current events In music, studies of the nrtist. spncial chorus groups, nnd community sings, which stress nil music from choruses, hymns, classical numbers to popular music. "Singing." she snld. "mnk^s everybody happy." Music programs to be most, efficient should strew not only the .sttidy of music, but languages, history nnd operas, she explained. She pointed out that another prn- iect of the Memphis club had been the sending of musical Instruments and instrument parts to foreign countries, in much the snmc manner that other organizations are sending clothing and food. She Indicated that the Athens Svmnliony water. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Smith, had hecn restored through the pills Mr and Mrs. II. C Patton, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Council!!?. Mr. and Mrs, B. B. Goodman. Mr. and Mrs Walter Day and Mrs. John! Al I ne ri')« ls 'i ni.YTIIRVIT.I.E HOIin PAI, D's missed: • Mrs. P. !?. Grlssom and baby, Cootev. Mo. Albert W.icat, -lly. Bobby Roy Smith. Luxnra. WAI.L3 HOSPITAL Dismissed: William Brock. Hayll. Mo. Mrs. Herbert Wilson. Rl- 2. Mrs. Mabel Hattcy. Caruthcrsvillr iio. Mary Hnth BariKS, Ktpele, Mo. Mrs. J. R. Lambert anci bali\ Rt. 3. Mrs. Charles Cook. city. Patsy Hayncs. Rt. 2. ' Mrs. Q. T. Spraybcrry, city. BILL GODWIN DPCRTING GOODS Pishing & Hunting License. ".limmic 15" 12 ft. Hoal 519.115. Aluminum Boats, 12 & II ft. I'ty rods, C'aslinj; rods nnd Runs repaired. Shoes for every sport. •121 W Main Phone 67fiy piovulrrt bv tiic National Fctierntion of Music Cdilxs. Mrs. T.rc Sines iirloi'e Mrs. Clarli's acitlrrsR Mr.s. Goorse M. Lrc of Blylbevilte. pre- "CMlterl a vocal proprain nf coulrnlto •^n]05. inckicliiiK "Sprltia Joy." by Spross: "May Tl\c MiildDii," by Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Peck and sons, nobby and Billy, arc speml- g the week-end In Memphis, as i rats of Mr.s. peck's mother. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, Miss llclly Uodd, nnd Miss Florence Moore of Blytheville are week-end uesLs of friends and relatives at Ncwbern, Tenn. , • Dr. and Mrs. j, M. Walls are spending the week-end at Memphis. They went especially to attend the Cotton Carnival. Their sons, Tom and Joe Walls, both students at Columbia Military Academy at- Columbia, Tenn., were to meet them In Memphis. Mrs. Sterling Wood of Wnlnlit Ridge has returned to her home after spending a few days this week with her mother, Mrs. E. P. Blo- meycr. Mrs. Robert 1. Thompson and Miss Vcra Goodrich ore spending today in Memphis; Miss Jane Shelton left today for Outline, Ky., where she vlll spend a week as guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Morgan. Mrs. Morgan, the former Miss Editli Chastian, and Miss Shelton were roommates at Harding College, Searry. Mr. and Mrs. William Ellis of Senatobia, Miss., are the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Alexander. Friends here have received news of the adoption by the Rev, and Mrs. Thomas B. Smythc, Jr., of Tupelo. Miss., of a five-weeks old baby boy, whom they have named Thomas Bennett Kmythe III. The Rev. Mr. Smylhc now i.s pastor of All Saint's Episcopal Church In Tupelo, and was formerly pastor of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in lilythevllle. Mr. and Mis. L. D. Cliamblln and grand:;on, Jay Chamblin, are .spending the weekend in Sardls Mi.s.s., as guests of Mr. Chamhlih's mother. Mrs. W. D. ChnmbEin, Sr Enrniite there they will attend the Cotton Carnival parade in Memphis tonight. Mrs. W. B. Hunter of Long Beach Calif,, will arrive today for a vis! witli her daughter. Mrs. E. K Gee, and family. Condition of B. M. Matthews, who Is a patient at Memphis Baptis Hospital, remains critical. Mr. anc Mr.s. George M. Lee planned to spend this nflcrnoon In Memphis with members of the family whi arc there. ' ' "' Mrs. E. H. Bley of Durant, Miss., f.stived in Blythevtlle yesterday to ment of green and white gladioli | spend a few days with her daughter. Mr. Autry, n member of the state legislature. Ls to be the speaker. The baccalaureate service \vlll he conducted at 8 p.m. Sunday by the Rev Hoy I. fingley, pastor of the First Methodist Church In Blytheville. Members of Ihe graduating clam include: Bonnie Koont?,. Mary Virginia Pierce. Mamie Ruth Lloyd, Betty Wixon. Lnvon Rasley. Lacledo Davis. Billy Farley. E. L. Thornton, Samuel Young, Annabelle Lutes. Harold Eubanks, and the two honor students. Mamie lluth Lloyd Is president nnd Annabelle Lutes is secretary of the class. After Mrs. Clark's address Mrs. I'om Miller, a mezzo soprano, snng: 'Habencra" from ''Whut and Lyre" Hizet's Carmen; by Rogers. "Sea Rapture" by Coates, and "Stars My Eyes" by Krie.sler. The guests were served from tnblo draped with a lace cloth overlaid on green with a center arrangc- in a cut crystal bowl. The green tapers flanking the centerpiece completed the color .scheme of green and white, the Woman's Clnb official colors. fi p.m. Open Iluusc Al the open home and movie pro vntntlon? last night gueet* from Bljdicvllle ylewed thp newly decor Tied club house while Mrs Eddie Saliba played. Jerry Carpenter from California explained the geographical background of the pineapple Industry, following the showing of color films on Hawaii and California. ' Garden Club Division of the -Woman's Club was co-.sponsor for the event at a p.m. last night. Miss Jean Sarhrr. chairman of the musical tea. was hostess to n luncheon honoring Mi's, Clark nt noon yesterday. Mrs, Kendall Berry. Dicslclent of the Woman's Club, and Mrs. Harvey T. Kldd were other "50" CI.UB MEMBERS—Shown at the state parent Teachers state convention last month In Little Rock, are representatives of the PTA units having membership In the "SO" club. To qualify for membership, a unit must sell 60 subscriptions to the National Parent Teachers magazine. The group Is .shown nt the Award sippi County. Breakfast, wheih was the highlight 1 Mississippi County residents of the convention, dressed In hats and carrying horns for a skit in which they participated. From (he 514 ETA units In the state, 30 received "50" Club membership and fis'e were from'Missis- sliown In the picture are Mrs. C. L. McWalers, Jr.. of Blythevillc Central PTA: Mrs. M. S, Edwards, High School PTA- Mrs. Vance Henderson, Sudbury PTA; Mrs. Johnny Sirhart, Leachville; Mrs. A. B. Rozelle 01 Luxora; Mrs. O. L. Byrd of Wilson and Mrs. M. While of Blytheville. state chairman for the national Parent Teachers magazine. It was announced thnt Arkansas ranks second In the National 50 Club membership. Illinois tops the list. Coming Events Social Calendar Suoriai Mrs. Oren Green and Mrs. Gus Eberdt entertaining with tea feting Mrs. Ora Cone, worthy grand matron of Eastern Star and Mrs. Ruth Slaton, associate worthy grand matron, at, Qreen home in Manila from 2 to a p.m. Monday Executive Board of First Christian Church meets with Mrs. E. M. Terry at 2:30 p.m. Dorothy Lee Rulllson hostess io Calvary Baptist GA at her home fitt\ 1:30 p.m. ~ GEO Club meets with Mrs. Hay WMUiiiEton General meeting of Women of >l Presbyterian Church at the church nt 2:30 p.m. (or annual Birthday program. First Methodist Church Circles meet—Circle One, 2:30 p.m., Mrs. Bernard Gooch: Circle Two. 2:30 p.m. Mr.s Paul Pryor; Circle Three, 1 p.m. luncheon. Mrs. Bryon Moore; Circle Four. 1 p.m. luncheon, Mrs. W. A. Afftick; Circle Five. Mrs. Clara Davis; and Circle Six, Mrs, H C Bush. Lake Street WSCS meets at the Church at 2:30 p.m. First Baptist WMU meets at th« Church nt 2:30 p.m. for Royal Service program. Tuesday Maplegrove" Cemetery Association meets at the home of Mrs. John Wnliter on East Main Street, 2:30 p.m. A. J. Florida Home Setting for Tea, Fashion Show To Be Staged June 1 An al fresco lea and fashion , grounds are to conclude the activ- show, to he staged on June 1, will \ ities. climax the club season for Osceola's | The newly-organised garden do Prog revive Club. The June 1 event is to be at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Florida at 7 p.m. Summer fashions from levy's of Memphis. Tetin., will be featured In the benefit fashion show, and Pro- partnient of the O.sceola Progressive Club will act as co-hostess. This group will direct Jie house lour and point out Ihe fi teresting facts of the individual rooms. Mrs. Lee Wesson Is chairman of the garden department and Mrs. [ Rre&slvc Club officers have stated ' John W. Edrington 1* general chair that all Mississippi County residents are Invited to attend. A swimming pool, located east of the Florida, will form the .setting for the fashion display, and tea is to be served In the garden house, located west of the house. A tour of the and its spacious man for the open air show and ten. committees on the fashion show, program and publicity, tickets, flowers, music, refreshments. and house hostesses have been named by Mrs. Edrlngton. Members of the Junior Progressive Club are to act as hostesses. Hayti High School to Graduate 35 May Fellowship Recognized Bv Program and Tea "May Fpllowshrp Day" svn.s observed yrstPrdny by tlif ni.nlievlllo Council of Church Women at ti nroRTiim incelins: r\nd tra n.\, thp j First E'rosbyterlan Churrh. The tlicmn of Mac pro;-rrun \vn.s "Our Unity Brend", and Mr.s. W. H. Pease conducted the program. Miss Nr;\ry Crnlp. pliysirol therapist for the oul-pnlU'tit pullo center esUiblislicrt rrrently in Hly- Ihcvilln, discn.^ed her work for the group niul Mr.s. Prcciunn Robinson made a reix>rt on thr Weld Cliilt' ConfcL'oncn. The con Terence i.s a special project of the council which provides for the rxiunimUion of both white and Negro rhftdrcn "wit-o cact. month. The BlythevMIe Hlch School Irio. arcompanicd by Mr.s. ,j. Wilson Honry. presented tw nvocal umn- Lillinit Frank, She was accompanied by Miss Nola Allrnonri of Memphis, Tenn., Mrs. Frank's cousin. Mrs. J. G. WUson of Quitman, Ark., will be here tomorrow to spend the Mother's Day , wecle-eiid with brrs for the group Including ' Deep River." 'The'trio is'compo.scci of Miss Mary Jo Eaton, Miss Mary Marga ret A n t on n ml M^ss Vi vlnn Taylor. Mi*. G. W. DitaVumty g:ive the •opening prayer and Mrs. Diivici Kl- HoU. Mr.s. W. D, Cobb, Mr.s, W. L. Grren and Mrs. Paul John njviislctl Mr.s. Feusc with tlie program. Mr.s. Knph Whltsitt, president of i lie council, presided over i brief bustlings session, during which Mine reports on council projects \vere presented. Following the bn,sine,ss inert ing Mrs. Waller nobyn.s nnd Mr.s. Farris McCnlla were in charge of the lea in the church social rooms. Mrs. Whit-silt presided at the punch bowl nnd Mrs. Freeman Robinson crvccl the cake. The "May Fellowship" observance i.s one of the four special dny.s ob- .servcd by of Cluircli Valedictorifin of the class Is Fran- ess Ann Osbornc, daughter of Mr. T. R. Osbornc, and the Rebecca Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Jack HAYTI. Mo.. May 13. — Thltry- flve members of the Hayti High School senior will receive diplomas in commencement exercises to be held at the Haytl High School auditorium Friday evening. This year the class will have no outside speaker." Various students will takfc pfirt on the program, with emphasis on musical numbers. The baccalaureate services will be lifclri Sunday evening. May 14, at the high school auditorium with the Rev. E. C. Ellis, pastor of the Hayti j Chambltss. Rebecca Mnrcene Lent?:. Methodist Church, delivering the Lawrence A. Maronny. Bob Miller, \nti Milllgan. Elizabeth Ann Cut- :ngcr. Boyd McCrnry, Neal Dawson, Hrigh Duncan Dorris, Kennetli Wayne Portlock. Ilia Fa ye Ends. Robert ,>«e Pendergrass. Rethn salutatoriati datightcr ol Stewart. Honor student Is Miss June Gilbert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L Gilbert. Other members of the class fol- I o w: Jack Wilhiim Adcnck. Lacy Junior Bush, Mary Alice Byars, Eugeni her daughter, ^^i.v'^ Betty Wll.son. a member of the high school fnculty. Miss Wilson met her mother It Monette today and will return to Blythcville with her. Miss Gcorgina Arce and Mrs. Minjorie Hancock spent today In Memphis. Mrs. Geraldme Greene Is ill at her home. 505 Park Street. Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Byrd have as their guests (or a week, Mr. and Mrs. E. Francis and son, Buhner, of Detroit, Mich., who arrived last night. Condition of Mrs. D. A. Jones, who underwent a major operation yesterday morning at Memphis Baptist Hospital, is satisfactory today. Mr. Jones in in memphls with her, and her daughter and snn. Miss Betty Jo Jones and the Blytheville Council '• Charles Jones, plan to spend to- Women. 'morrow with her. CHURCH OF CHRIST Main at Highway 61 Daily Radio Program 12:13 Ii, 12:.'!n Weekly Sunday S::t() lo «):!)() A.fll. KLCN BIBLE CLASSES FOR ALL Sumhy <)-.r)0 H V. SIIAU1' SERMONS: Sunday Mnrniny;: "\\'h;i( Is God Like." Sunday Kveiiing: "Meditations In Hebrews.' 1 Where Christ and Chrisrians Meef CHURCH OF CHRIST Ilux Office Opens 1:15 Show Starts at 2:00 I'.M, C (Hi t. Showing Kvc 1 r}' liny Saturday "Indton Scout" \vilh (Jeoryc iMoiilgonicry Serial: 'Tony Kxpress" Xo. 3 nnil ('arlnnil Conl. Shnwins Sal. 12:.10-11:30 Sunday & Monday HEJI/IINGWAY'S Great I ROMANCE of the TURF! GEM AIR COOLED Saturday Serial: "Umlcrsens Kingdom" No. 3 and Cartoon Conl. Show. Sat. 12:30-11:30 p.m. Sunday &• Monday —DOUBI.K I'KATUKK— JOHN GARFIELD ' MICHELIKE PRELLE Conl. SlimiliiK Still. 1:15-11 I'.M. 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