The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 30, 1950 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 30, 1950
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FACE TWO BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUKIER NEWS TUESDAY, MAT ». • Jan» Shelton. Society Kditot Phon« 4461 17th Birthday Feted With Party for 13 Guests The seventeenth birthday of Nettle Frances Morath was celebrated last night with a party for 13 guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Morath, The evening was spent in games and informal entertainment after which the group presented the honoree with miscellaneous gifts. A large white birthday cuke, holding idiy lighted candles which formed the number 17, was cut and served the guests with ice cream and iced drinks. The remainder of the evening was spent informally. Thirteen Attend Layette Shower Thirteen guests' gathered at the DeWitt Van Cleve home Inst night to present .miscellaneous layette gifts to Mrs. Frank Perkins. Shades of pink and blue were the chosen colors for. the af/air with bouquets of spring blossoms in the selected colors being arranged throughout the home. Party games and contests were played with prizes being presented to Mrs. Garland Moody and Mrs J. B. Wisdom. Mrs. Perkins' was presented gifts from the group alter winch party foods were served by Mrs. Van Cleve, who was assisted by Mrs. W. B. Lett, Jr., and Mrs. Wisdom. Mrs. Bill Noble, mother 'of the honoree, was a special guest.. Northcutts Hosts For Reunion ,A family reunion was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Coy Northcutfc, with 31 persons attending. Dinner wns served the group after which th» afternoon was spent In informal "visiting" ftnd In decoration of graves In keeping with Memorial Day, Relatives attending were from Steele, Portageville, and Braggadocio, Mo. ~~PRETTY DAYTIMER By Sue Burnett A beautifully fitting daytlir dress thats as smart as smart cs be. Buttons in threes accent on shoulder and one hip, sleeves ar brief and cool, and three quate version is also provided. Pattern No. 8563 Is a sew-rll perforated pattern for sizes 12, I 16, 18, 20. 40 and 42. Size 14. 3 yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 25 ccut In COINS, your name, address, siz desired, and the PATTERN NU»\ BEH. to Sue Burnett, Courier Ne« 530 South Veils Street. Chicago III. Send 25 cents now for the Spril and Summer FASHION. 48 pag of new styles, fabric news, spec] features. Free pattern printed In side the book. ENGAGEMENT TOLD—Mr. and Irs, Fred Hodge of Blythcville are oday announcing the engagement nd approaching marriage of their aughtcr. Miss Ixjvle Dcniace Hodge, o T. c, Johnson, jr., son of Mr. ud Mrs. T. C. Johnson of Luxora. The ceremony will be performed uly 16. Bits of News Edward Pipkin left Saturday for St. Louis to spend the summer as guest of his brother, Fred Pipkin. Mr. pipkin will be at home at 3534 Washington, Joy Coieman Is spending the week visiting relatives Paragould. and friends in Guests Attend WMS Meeting Mrs. F. w. Garrison and Mrs. iaudia Dlxon were guests ycster- ay \vith 13 members of the Armorel VMS who met at the home of Mrs. . C. Patterson for a program busl- icss meeting. Group singing opened the mcel- ng, followed by prayer led by Mrs. Zoy White. The devotional was presented by Irs, Adrian Russell after which Irs. Hugh Dlxon directed the pro- ram. "Stewardship." Participants the program were Mrs. Roy Vhite. Mrs. Claudia Dlxon and Mrs, 'rank Elliott. A brief business session was con- ucted, after which Mrs. C. c. El- ;ott led the closing prayer. During the social hour, Mrs. Paterson served refreshments. Awards Presented n Poppy Sale I Suzanne Angel, daughter of Mr. ind Mrs. W. A. Angel, was first jlace winner In; the sale^of Poppies Saturday in the annual observance of Poppy Day, sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary. First >rize was five dollars. Second place prize ol three dol- ars was presented to Joanh Humphrey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Humphrey, with third place prl?£ of two dollars being presented to Sue Harmon, daugh- *r of Mr. mid Mrs. J. P. Harmon.— Mrs. H. L. Halsell and Mrs. Jnmtis?. Billy Shannyfelt and Mr. and Mrs, Virgil Shannyfelt and son, Lonnle,! have returned from Uecalure and Hartscllc, Ala,, where they spent several days as guests of relatives. While in Alabama they visited the Ava Maria Grotto at Cullman. They were accompaincd to Blythcville by Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Shannyfelt, who had been spending two months In Atatmma as guests of relatives. Miss Jejnntnc McGhec has arrived home from Akansas State College. Jonesboro, where she was a student for the past year, to spend the summer holidays as guest of her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. C. G. Schcrer. Mrs. G. W. E. Smith and family of Trtmiann are visiting In Blytheville ns guests of Mrs. Murray Hudson and family. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Chamblln and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chamblln will leave Thursd | for the University of Arkansas, !• aycttcvllle, to attend the graduation exercises, of their son, and brother, Don Charnblin. The commencement exercises will be held Saturday. Howard Bailey has arrived home from Arkansas State College, Jonesboro to spend the summer months as guest of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bailey. Donna Gall Smith of Dell has returned to her home after visiting In Little Rock as guest of her grandmother, Mrs. J. L. Berry. Mr. and Mrs. John Mahan and family left today for their home in Princeton, Ky., after several days visit as guests of Mr. Mahan's mother, Mrs. T. J. Mahan. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roberts announce the birth of a daughter Saturday nt Memphis Methodist Hospitnl, She l\as been named Mary Martha and is their second child. They have a son, Paul. Condition o( Charley Lutes, who has been ill at his home for several clays, Is reported Improved. Mr., Lutes Is able, to be out. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Joines of St. Louis left this morning for their home after several days visit as guests of Mrs.,Jollies' cousin, Mrs. Dirik Roberts, and family. They were accompanied on the trip by Mrs. Joines' 1 father, Joe Rhodes, formerly of Blytheville and now ot St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Penter and children, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Wylie and family, Mr.' and Mrs. C. A. Smith and family and Mrs. Bertha Attendance List, Six Weeks, Year Is Announced The perfect attendance record for the last six weeks of the 1043-50 school year of Sudbury School was announced today by Mrs. E. P. Pry, principal. First grade '— Jonathan Abbott, Jimmy Chaffin, Harely Crump, Ralph Kcmper, Jerry Martin, Terry Mnlllns, John Prince. Claude Wheeler, Linda Adams. Carol Ashby, Nancy Cupples, Martha Lee Kfrkscy, Barbara Idnglcy, Linda Meadows, Ann Pollard, Johnna Wilson, Donald Battles, rjclmcr Daniel, Jerry Davis,.Franklin French, Danny I/owe, Michael Scott, Felton Smith, Jessie Lcc Smith, Jerry West, Mary Sue Cavness, Bonnie Sue Davis, Linda Lou Dnvis and Peggy Ilaynes. First grade — Don Aycock, Jr. Joe Lee Burns, Wendell Chllmon, Columbus Elmore, Jr.. Johnny Mack Kelllck, Marshall Larkin, Bobby Hay Long, Jack Richardson, Raymond Waldrllp, Bobby Gale Wen- theford. James Arthur Cliltmon, Larry Hargett, Fred Glenn Proctor. Charles Rogers, William Paul Wnm- ble. Jimmy York. Linda Jo Cor- <lcll. ollie Bell Goodson, Donna Fny Waddle, Peggy Anderson. Hilda Fjy Barnes, Johnnie Dale Blackwell, Norina Ann Brooks, Vivian Ann Cooper. Betty Sue Dixon. Judith Jane llanell, Rebecca Harris, Leota Martin and Delores Ann Wiidkins. Second grade — Lewis Ray Car- Cavasher, Charles Charles EnUcrson. Nicrsthfilmer of rected the snle. the auxiliary di- PTA Officers Are Installed WILSON, Ark., May 23.—Mrs. Carl Bird was installed as president of the Wilson Parent-Teachers Association for the 1050-51 school year when they met for the last meeting of the year Thursday afternoon. The meeting was held In the school auditorium. Other officers installed were Mrs. Charley Leftwlch, vice president; Mrs. Hudson Wren, secretary, and Mrs. Frances Craven, treasurer. Supt. Phillip J. Deer made the Installation. The theme of the program "Chll rtren Need—To Work" was carried out by a talk by Lowery Crook on •Work nnd Play for the Child. 1 Others appearing on' the program were J. D. Roberts, leader, Mrs. John Preston, the devotional; Mrs. A. E. Clark, the president's message. The out-going president, Mrs. Maurice Lynch, was presented past president pin fu appreciation for her work this year. Mrs. Ed Williams made the presentation. Smith spent Sunday in Memphis where they Joined a group of Little jjock friends for a picnic and all day outing at the Memphis 700. Mr. and Mrs. Earl McGregor have had as their guests for the past several days Mrs. McGregor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Newman of Hiplcy. Lawson Newman and Miss Mnrgte Newman of FUpley, Mrs. Glenn McArthur and son, Steven of Memphis, the Rev. and Mrs. Hal Gallop nnd son. Hnl, Jr.. of Sydney, Ark. The group, which left yesterday for their homes, came especially to attend the high school graduation of Marlcn Lou McGregor. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Crane and family of St. Louis were the weekend guests of Mrs, Cranr's parents. MT. tmd Mrs. H. E. Grahrmi. Mr. Crane returned to St. Louis. Mrs. Crane and family will remain for a Decks' visit. Mr. Crane will return to Blytheville next weekend (o accompany them to their home. Mrs. L. H. Hay and daughter. Judy and Mrs. Bob Sto-all spent the weekend in Little Rock as guests of Ihelr daughters and sister, Miss Pat Hay and Miss Alfreda Stovall. both students nt Central College. While there they attended the production of "Dear Ruth" presented son. Lee Hay Ronald Cobb, Gene Charles Graham, Robert Gene Lovelace, William Stalcup, Freddie White, James Lynn wilder. Margaret Farrls, Betty Lou Gee, Linda Hannah, Cecilia Ann Henderson, Sarah Lou Moody, Barbara Ant] Johnson, Paula Ann Holland, Harry Halstend. Charlie Kellick. Billy Nelson, George Webb. Peggy Cochran and Bonnie Sue Foster. Second grade — Ardcn Collier, Sterling Cook. Walter Garrison. Jerry polsgrove, Roger Robinson, Joe Harold Wicker, Carol Lee Beavers, Dolphii Mac Cole, Sarah Frances Hardy, Virginia Lee Nichols, Gloa Jean Price. Sara LOU Snow, Betty Jean Thompson, Richard Hancy. Alvls Harris, Jr., David Allen Kellick, Gene Robinson, Sammy Salibn, Jimmy Weatherford, Linda Boswell. Orita Cross, Charlotte Lewis, Fannie Oxford, Mary Ellen Thompson and Linda June Yowcll. Third grade—Glynn Marlow Bryan, Billy Don Gnrjier, William Jerry Gilles. Freddie Ray Irvln. Eddie Fay Trvln, John Wayne Lovelace. Everctte Dewayne Miller, Marvin Arnold Proctor. Jerry Alfred Rounsavall, Robert Gili Westbrook. Sandra Joel Davis. Joyce Ann Halford. Innell Marie Kelly, Shiera t,ou Noah, Carol Jean Scott, Ruby Francis Stovall. Billie Kay Smith and Carolyn Ann Webb. Third grade—Randel Rritt, George Crocker. William Edward Dunn, Jr., James Henry Garnett, Jerry Hargett, Robert Ellis Hollandsworth, Wayne Rnyford. Darrcll Gene Swaner and Julius Williams. Joanne Battles, Sarah Lou Bogett, Carolyn Cordell, Linda Marie Griffin. Mnry Evelyn Knapp. Brinda McClanahan, Linda McClanahan and Carol Wicker. Fourth grade — Parnell Barnes, Robert Brown, Larry Burgeson, Harold Flowers. Clifford Ooodson.: Billy Hnney. Billy Hatch, Glecn Wamble, Ann Blackwcll, Detty Ixn douse, Joanne Scott and Nader.e Yowcll. Fourth grade — Danny Joe Bratcher, Robert Eugene demons, Charles Coatler, Lenclennle Fowler, III. Taylor Francis, Ray Allen Jackson, Jerry Lutz. David Moody, John Richard Nelson, H. L. Rosamond. Jr., Nancy Berry. Birdie Lon Bro* r n. ChHrtress, Jlmmle Helen Folio- way, Sally Jo King and Shirley Kinninmonth. Fifth grade—Billy Baker. .Smith Tnylor Brnckin, Stanley Cavaslicre. Mnrvin Crocker. Tommy Ferguson, Belly Black COLLEGE GRADUATES — M iS£ Hetty Black, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Black, will be graduated in June exercises from the Van- derbtlt University, Nashviilc, Tenn. Miss Black, who Is a history major, !s a member of the Vandt-rbilt chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, scho- liistio fraternity. She attended nan- dolpii-Macon Woman's College, Lynchburgh, Va. for two year.s prior to transferring to Vanderbilt. She is active in school publications and is a member of Kappa Alpha Thtea Ben Lancashire social sorority. She was valedictorian of her 1946 high school graduating class. Ben Lanchasire, son of Mr. and France* Show** ball. Miss Frances Shouse, daughter o: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Shouse, will be irnduated June 3 from Untversltj Mrs. E. R. Lancashire, will be grad- of Arkansas, Fayetteville. Miss uated June 12th trom Oberlln Co!- Shouse is a member of Phi Beta lege. Ohcrlm, Ohio.whore he has Kappa, scholastic fraternity. She is been a student following his 1940 :i member of Kappa Delta Pi. lion- BlyUu-ville High School graduation, orary education fraternity, Lamdr. Mr. Lancashire, who will be-grad- ran, honorary English fraternity. \mted with a bachelor of science t president of the Mortor Board,. Watch This Space Each Tuesday! Time for PORCH and Outdoor Furniture warded degree letters Iti basketball (or j president- of the Rootin' Rubes and economics, has been a- 1 vice-president of her social soror- four years and for one year in foot- ' ity, Delia Gamma. Del! V/MU Has New Member A business meeting of the Dell WAI If was held last nleht at the home of Mrs. Jim Henderson. Mrs. Eathel Meadows met as a new member with the grc-.ip. Mis Joyce Gill presented the devotional followed by prayer by Mrs. Henderson. A chapter from the mission book. "God'.s Hurry," by McCall, was taught during the evening by Mrs. Ed Hardin. The meeting was closed with sentence prayers, Mrs. Henderson served her guests rcfresliments in the social hour following. Vases filled with roses, larkspur and spring flowers decorated the rooms In which the even- Ing was spent. At The Hospitals lilythevllln Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. B. E. Busby, City TON! Home Permanent brings you MIDGET SPIN CURIERS for perfect ntckfint mis for eciiec, for faiterl Special 3-in-l Value 1. Toni Home Pcrminent for » soft, nitufil-Iooking wave —enough for * complete permanent. 2> Stl of * Mv*S c ^ PI >J Cuvl«s to wini t h c shortest neckline hair quickly, easily, ^* 3. Toni Cccnie Sharr-foo for soft-water thampooing even m the hardest water! Paul Lewis Qoforth. James Turley James, David Kelly, Jimmy Ray Melvin, Robert Lee Tiirmie, Charles Le\vU Wentherforrt, Betty Jo Cavness, Nettie Ruth Daniel, Rilla Mac Dads, Mary Lou Garnett, Eunice Gem, I.uberUi Henson, Anne King, Jeimnctle Martin, Gienda Shamlin arxl Martha Ann White. Fifth grade — Larry Campbell, Carrol Knapp, David Nelson, Her- rcy Williams, Zetha Fisher. Lola Lewis, Delores Ltim, Carolyn Snell, End Lovelen Xeller. Sixth grade — Grndy Goft, Joe Louis Meivin, M. J. Mullins, Leo Price, Kenneth Stanley, John R, Stovall. M a x Walker. Wn'min Brltt, Mary Alice demons, Betty Joyce Crocker, Shirley Ellis, Linda Fowler, Imogene Freeman, Anne Goff, Gwendolyn Golden. Nancy Harris, Olivia SkcIUm, Virginia Spain and Sara Bob SUhvell. Sixth grade — Jimmy Bratcher Damon Farris. Wayne Polsgrove Bobby Joe Smith. Ray White. Billii Jean Alley, Sue Hensley. Jcanetle Cobb, Emily Damon, Patsy Ann Henson, Juanlto I,arV;in, Virginia Richardson, aiid Mary Jane White by the Central Players in which Miss Hay and Miss Stovall appeared. Miss Stovall, who \vas a mrm- bei of the graduating class, and Mtss Hay accompanied the group on their return to Blytheville. Box Office Opens 1:45 Slimr Slarls B( 2:00 P.M. C'nnl. SliomiiK Kvery Ony KIRBY STORES V*k*4 tociMM to c«M Ml fmj MM MOTECT T'OUK HtGHT TO 9RIVE . . . fOUR MAKINGS ..HOME...MNK ACCOUNT SAVE MONET W,L. Walker, District Agent 200 Isaacs Bldg. >«•. Phone Tucsdny & Wednesday 1CHABOD AND MR. TOAD A Walt Disney Feature Selected Short Subjects ,Iamcs Mnrtta GEM AIR COOLED Box Office Opens 6:15 Show Stars 7:00 p.m. Res. 1113 Tuesday & Wednesday —nOliill.E t'K,\TOKB— MY DEAR SECRETARY with Kirk Douglas and Larnine Dny IMus ILLEGAL ENTRY with Howard Duff Coming Events Social Calendar Tuesday Mrs. O. O. Poetz. Mrs. C. L. Mc- aters, Jr.. jind Mrs. Charles C. angslon entertaining in honor of liss Nancy Partlow, bride elect of Isrvin Nimn, Jr. \Vcclnc.siiay Mrs. Fred Steadman entertains iigli Two Club. Thursday Ai morel Home Demonstration Inb mt'et-s with Mrs. O. A. Vinson. Mrs. E. B. Cassidy hostess to 'luirsday Rook Club. Mrs. Raymond Shamlm hostess Avalon Bunco club. Mrs. Edwin }ctetle Clul;. Robinson entertains Friday Mrs. Cecil Priest hostess to Lucky ook Club. AVA'S Meet n Fondren Home Ten members ol the Calvary ist- YWA met last night at the ,ome of Miss Bcrna Fondren for a September. program meeting. The opening prayer was given by Miss Evelyn Hudson after which the program, "A Hidden Treasure," was presented in the form of a. devotional. The meeting was adjourned with sentence prayers. ii the social hour, the hostess served refreshments. Mrs. A. Harnden Heads Wilson Club WILSON, Ark., May 23,—Mrs, Almn Harnden will head the Wilson Business and Professional Women's Club as president for the 195051 club year. Officers who will serve with her are first vice presfdent, Mrs. Flora Neel; second vice president. Miss Sarah Lewis Green; recording secretary, Miss Mavis Rodman; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Bernlce Hale, and treasurer. Miss Dorothy Dean. Mrs. Harnden succeeds Mrs. Phillip J. Deer. The club will be idle during the summer months with the nrsl meeting of the new year scheduled for James William Martin, of rnut \ , Lewisburg, Tenn., hn s been familiar and popular figure thousands of old- fashioned enter tninmcnts throughout Tennessc since he was just a hoy. 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