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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, — Society News - » 4,,- \1olUi-v Cni-ialv RHitnr • Pho Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Maj. Allen Gullion Speaks At Pack Four Cub Scout Banquet Maj <Ulen Gullion of Blytheville Air Force Base was guest speaker last night when five dens of Cub Scout Pack Four held its annual awards banquet at Hotel Noble. Bits of News Major Guillion talked to the Cubsi Eric Whiiley is Cubmaster ot this Mrs. Walter Card and Mrs. Riley B. Jones are spending today in rents, who were special and their pa, guests, on how cub Scouting helped him at West Point. Bob Lee Smith was toastmaster for the evening and in keeping with the the theme of the banquet, "God Pack. Mr. \VhitIcy led the Pledge j Memphis. of Allegiance and also introduced Mrs. B. A. Bugs is undergoing , | and Our Country." spoke to those ing awards. Mr. Smith. Mrs. Claude Williams was genera! chairman for the banquet and also assisted J E Stevenson in present- present about this theme and how Cubs can use it in their work. He concluded his talk by saying. "There can be no standing still. To atand stiU is to stagnate. Stagna- Receiving awards in Den treatment at Chickasawba Hospital. Condition of Mrs. T. C. Hopper of Blytheville. who underwent major surgery yesterday at Osceola Pour: Memorial Hospital, is reported to «-ere David Hord. wolf badge and j be satisfactory. Mrs. Been Named Sweetheart Of Beta Sigma Phi Chapter Mrs. Ehvood Deen %vas named sweetheart ot Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi last night when the Chapter met at Hotel Noble. DYESS NEWS B; Mra. 1. L. Jxxitu . one gold arrow point; Mell Hughes, wolf badge, one gold arrow point and one silver arrow point; Gregory Charles iRuff) Lutes, who has spent the past year with the Marine s on Okinawa, has received his tionls death We are forever mov- Johnston, one wolf badge'and one) discharge from the service and is ™g baciward or onward for God gold arrow point; Ronnie Mitchell Jnownsiung ms parents. Mi. and anlcXir Countr, .. . ... ^^^^^^^^^r^^^^^^ There is only one direction we dare move. It can only be onward. When our Pack works together, onward we must go." Tuesday j Card Clubs Conduct Games Tuesday card weekly games clubs rd conducted Tri-Town Club met at the. home of Mrs. Gene Teaford in Osceola with Mrs. Melvin Halsell and Mrs. Coleman Stevens as guests. In bridge games prizes were won by Mrs. Russell H. Farr and Mrs. Garrad Caudill. A dessert plate was served preceding the games. Mrs. T. E. Geeslin played with CIB Bridge Club when they met at the home of Mrs. Tom A. Little, Jr. Prizes were awarded Mrs. Utho Barnes, Mrs. Robert McGraw and Mrs. Harold Nunn. The hostess carried out the Valentine theme in decorations and dessert course. Mrs. Eiley B. Jones entertained Tuesday Bridge Club members and two guests, Mrs. C. D. Clark and Mrs. C. W. Garrigan, at her home. Floral arrangements of carnations and hyacinths brightened entertaining rooms of the home. Mrs. Jesse Taylor won high score jn the games with second high go- Ing to Mrs. Garrigan. Mrs. W. A. HollingsWorth was honored on her birthday yesterday when Tuesday Canasta Club met at the home of Mrs. O. O. Elkins. Game winners were Mrs. L. 0. Gill, first, Mrs. Mike Meroney, second, and Mrs. Hollingsworth, third. Mrs. Elkins served a salad plate. Mrs. Clifford, Mrs. Eagan Guests Of Co I vary WMU Mrs. Mac Eagan and Mrs. Jerry Clifford were guests Monday afternoon when Calvary Women's Missionary Union met at the home of Mrs Buddy Baughman. Fifteen members attended the cold arrow point- Stevie Stevenson,] left Sunday for a week in New wolf badge, one gold arrow point;] York City. She was joined thereby Kinny Taylor, wolf badge, one gold I hei mother, Mrs. John Boamright. arrow point, one silver point; War-! ' ren whitis, wolf badge and one gold I arrow point. Den Nine awards went to Joh Augustine, IV, wolf badge, old ar- '• row point, two silver arrow points;' Rhondal Burns, wolf badge, one gold arrow point, two silver arrow points; Wyant Guillion. wolf badge, one gold arrow point, two silver arrow points; Bobby Henderson, wolf badge, one gold arrow point and n \Jane Mars To Speak at Woman's Club Following the opening ritual and roll call, cards were distributed for the heart fund in which the three chapters of Beta Sigma Phi will assist, Mrs. Hilton Howard was program chairman and asked Mrs. Joe Ewing and Mrs. Ray Harrison to assist. Exemplar Chapter with 10 members present met at the home of Mrs. J. D. Davis and had as guest George Muir, who gave a demonstration on floral arrangements. Mrs. Jimrnie Edwards presided over the business session at which lime heart fund cards were given out and plans for a rush party on March 2 were made. Mrs. Davis had her home decorated in the Valentine motif and earned out the same theme in refreshments. arrow points; Van Allen Vowell, wolf badge, one gold arrow point and two silver arrow points. Den 11 awards were given to Jane Mars of Seilbinders in Memphis will be guest speaker tomorrow afternoon at a meeting of the Woman's Club.' Soloist for the afternoon will be James Lee Brooks, Jr., wolf badge j Mrs. Joe Goodman. and one gold arrow point; Walter] The club will have a 1 p.m. covered-dish luncheon followed by the program at 2 p.m. Mrs. H. C. Bush will serve as chairman of hostesses. Assisting her will be Mrs. Harry Bradley, Mrs. R. A. Gary, Mrs. J. M. Cleveland, Mrs. E. L. Hale. Mrs. H. R. Schmuck, Mrs. R. E. Blaylock, Mrs. Tom Jackson. Mrs. W. B. Nicholson, Mrs, John Prather and Mrs. Everett I. Clark. 4-H Club Meets Manser, wolf badge, one gold arrow point, one silver arow point; Richard Moore, wolf badge, one gold arrow point. Kenny Nichols, wolf badge, one gold arrow point. Van Parker, wolf badge, one gold arrow point and one silver arrow point. Ronnie Poetz. wolf badge, one gold arrow point: Mark Smith, wolf badge, one gold arrow point; Ryall Tune ,wolf badge, one old arrow point; Mike Utley, wolf badge, one gold arrow point, one silver arrow point and Ben MacArthur White, Jr., wolf badge, one gold arrow point. Den Chief, Phil Smith, was presented a Den Chief's Cord. j In Den Seven, Don Pitts received four silver wolf arrow points. Awards in Den Ten went to Tommy Walter, two silver wolf arrow points; Paul Stemac, two silver wolf arrow points; Clinton Runco, two silver wolf arrow points. Receiving bear badges were Joe Lynn Atkins, three silver bear ar- riw points; F. B. "Elliott, two silver bear arrow points and one year service star; Jimmy Bohannon, one gold arrow point, three silver ar- arrow points; Eddie Dozier. one gold arrow ponit. three silver arrow points; Jimmy Grimes, two silver arrow points; Charles Lewis, i three silver arrow points; Ronald; Miller, one gold arrow point and \ one silver arow point; Allen Wick-. er. bear badge, one gold .arrow point and three silver arrow points. In Den Nine Jerry Crim was I—|/-\nnrpH K\/ awarded bear badge, one gold ar- ; ' IV -" 1^1 CU uy row point, two silver arrow points;V/iyl f"^|i iH and one year service star; Jimmy: T '"I V^IUU Eatmon, bear badge, one gold arrow! point, two silver arrow points and | M rs . Clyde Lutes was honored one year service star; Tommy Ga- j last night by YM Birthday Club at Monday night at Gosnell Baptist Church a meeting of the Gosnell 4-H Club was held with 50 members and three adult leaders, Mrs. Guy Geans, Mrs. Gentry and Mrs. Roy Baker, Sr., present. Roy Baker, Jr., was in charge of the program with all members participating. Mrs. Geans spoke to the girls on dressmaking .with Roy Baker, Sr., speaking to the boys on various types .of projects. In the social hour a talent show was staged and refreshments were served. Alpha Alpha Chapter completed plans for its Valentine Dance Friday night when members met at the home of Mrs. Eloise Nicholson. Mrs. Robert Blaylock. service chairman, gave reports on a chap-* leu welfare project and the March of Dimes drive and also distributed cards for the Heart Fund. A new project for the chapter, a fashion show, was discussed and voted on with Mrs. Dan McCaskill and Mrs. Dell Sharp named as cochairmen. In the social hour a sandwich plate was served by the hostess. Mrs. Elwood Deen Mrs. Lutes vin, bear badge, one gold arrow | the home of Mrs. Clayton Holder. ... . , | point, two silver arrow points and j Spring flowers were used to dec- meeting which was opened witn j one year service star; Gregory i orate the Holder home for the din- prayer by Mrs. Buddy Corkran., Hutchin50n bear badE , e _ one gold, ner partv with Mrs. Dunvood Long Mrs Baughman presided over the j am)W poim _ IWQ 5ilver '„„,,, point5 I invU ed as guest. business session. | anf j ong ^, eaj . serv j ce star - Tommy f Mrs. Lutes was presented with a James, bear badge, one gold arrow- gift from the club members, point: four silver arrow points and one year service star; Claude Williams, Jr., bear badge, one gold arrow ponit, two silver bear points, three silver wolf points and one year service star. Den chief Harding Cure received Howl of Thanks and Den chief cord. In Den Ten J. Lynn Flanagan received bear badge; Lonnie Fulghanv Jimmy Sietz of the S. J. Cohen i bear badge; Charles Blanchard, Company spoke to fourth period bear badge; Weston Scrape, one Mrs. J. H. Fondren had the Bible study with closing prayer led by Mrs. Dale Garner. During the social hour the hostess served refreshments. Mr. Sietz Speaks to Math Class mathematics class of Blytheville Junior High School Monday afternoon. Mrs. Mary Emma Reed is teacher of the class. Mr. Sietz gave blackboard illus- traiions on engineering problems. gold arrow point, two silver arrow points; Allen Thornbrough one gold arrow point, one silver arrow point. Den chief David Moody was presented Grand Howl of Thanks. Lion awards went to Jack Holt, Lion badge, one gold arrow point; This talk was in connection with! four silver iion arrow points, one the yearly work of lines and angles of the cla^s. Lynn Chapman introduced guest speaker. the Bible Week Observed by Altar Society Bible Week was obsened Monday night when Altar Society of Immaculate Conception Church met in the school hall. silver bear point and one year service award; Den nine Jerry Crim. Lion badge; Raymond Sheppaid. Lion badge, one gold arrow point, gold woU point and one silver wolf arrow point. Den Ten, Donald Cherepski, lion badge, Jimmy Pitts from Den Seven received the Webelos badge and three year service star, jerry Crim received the Webelos award from Den Nine. For the banquet each den had decorated using the program theme. Mrs. R. J. McKmnon presided at I They used George Washington's this meeting with Mrs. Lloyd Wise' birthday, Abraham Lincoln's birth- and Mrs. Carl Green leading prayers. Hostesses in the social hour were Mrs. Bob Smith, Mrs. Wise and Miss Christine Grady. day, pirates and the Cubscout colors for the table appointments. A trio of Phil, Joe and Marie Smith presented musical selections during the evening. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starrs 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times WED. & THURS. ORLEANS UNCFNSOffEO' UTHUI KVERtT FRANZ -SARUHO WM tt wn CM • Serpw n» n t*vi u H Mono) *•< lira MITBI rrwx^1iw» wriw • D.*I* 4 win* c*m PLUS SELECTED SHORTS Coming Events THURSDAY Burdette PTA meeting at 2'30 p.m. preceded by executive board meeting at 2 p.m. Mrs. J. J. Morgan's sixth grade will present the Founders Day program. Club 28 being entertained at Legion Hut by Dr. .and Mrs. H. C. Smis, Mr., and Mrs. Russell „ C. Fan and Mr. and Mrs. Farris McCalla. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Lottie Moon YWA of Trinity Baptist Church having- sweetheart banquet at church, 7:30 p.m. Thursday Club meeting with Mrs. Philip Deer. Chillion Club meets with Mrs. Felix Carney. Emanon Club meets with Mrs. Nick Powers. La Nueve Club meets with Mrs Coleman Stevens in Osceola. Thursday Contract Club meets with Mrs, Henry Humphreys. Homcmakers Class of First Baptist Church having social at home of Mrs. Harold Brown, 1128 North Fifth, 8 p.m. Kings Daughters Class of. First Baptist Church meeting at home of Mrs. Lloyd Aibritton, 7:30 p.m. FRIDAY Woman's Club having 1 p.m. covered-dish luncheon followed by \Special Services To be Held at Temple Israel Friday night at 8 p.m. members and friends of First Methodist Church and Lake Street Methodist Church will worship at Temple Israel in a Brotherhood Service with members of the Temple. The service will be conducted by Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi of Temple Israel, assisted by members of First Methodist Church choir. The Rev. Harold O. Eggensperger. pastor of this church, will deliver a sermon, "The Necessity of Brotherhood." Capt. Don Maxfield, chaplain ot BlytheviUe Air Force Base, will give the invocation and the Rev. Mitchell Sanford, pastor of Lake Street Methodist Church, will read the scritpure. A reception sponsored by the Temple Sisterhood will 'follow the services in the Temple recreation hall. Everyone is invited to the service and reception. and Mrs. F. L. Wicker, 409 East Missouri, 7:30 p.m. Friday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. G. O. Poetz. First Grace Church having box supper, 7:30 p.m. SATURDAY Young People of First Baptist Church having sweetheart banquet at church, 1:30 p.m. Mr.. and Mrs. Bill Hodge and Mr and Mrs. Gene Lanham entertain- Mr, and Mrs. Gene Huddleston of Lepanto spent Sunday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Anderson. Sam Jones left last week for Rockford, 111., where he will be employed. Mrs. W. L. Jacobs and son Ronald spent Tuesday at Whitton with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Preels, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jacobs returned Tuesday from Henderson. Tenn., where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester' Jacobs and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jones. Misses Mozelle and Pauline Williams of Memphis spent the weekend here as guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. George Union, Alvis Park, Bill Noblin, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Marshell, Ben McArthur and Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Holland at—funeral,, services for Carl Wheeler at Caraway Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Young and daughters Judy and Becky of Blytheville and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McMillan of Memphis spent Sunday here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Wood. The Rev. and Mrs. W. F. Keel left Wednesday for their home at Waldron after several days here and at Memphis with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Elz Ford of Wilson spent Thursday here with her par- 'ents. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hat-graves S. E. Williams and family of Huahes spent the weekend here with his" brother, E. W. Williams, and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Clifton am children of Pontiac, Mich., arrived Saturday for a visit with her mother. Mrs. Mary Mitchell. H. O. Hinson of Memphis, formerly of Dyess, passed away at the home of a son in Memphis Wednesday following a lengthy, illness. Mrs. C. L. East of Memphis will spend Sunday here with her family. Mrs. Emery Hall returned Sunday from Macon, Ga., where she has been visiting her son, Howard Hall, and family. Mrs. Oscar Stevens spent last weekend in Manila visiting relatives. The Norman Linton family moved to West Memphis to make their home last week. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Jewell of Joliet, III., are here visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Jewell. Billy Williams, student at Hard ing College in Searcy, spent the weekend here with his parent*, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Micky McArthur and daughter of Hughes spent the weekend here as guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nichols and Mr. and Mrs. Ben McArthur. interior program with Jane Mars of Memphis speaker. Alpha Alpha Chapter Beta Sigma Phi having Valentine Dance at Hotel Noble, 9 p.m. Friday Club meeting with Mrs Farrls McCalla. Married Young People's Department of First Baptist Church having Valentine party at home of Mr jiiowea oy j variety Club at Hotel Noble. decorating rmniiratP Rridtr R Leacue me j Duplicate ing. Bridge League meet- SUNDA.Y Miss Sandra Long- and Pat Smothprmon exchanging vows at First Methodist Church, 2:30 p.m. Miss Martha Nichols and Lt. Thomas P. Cooke or Marvell exchanging vows at Firsi Christian Church, 7:30 p.m. VALENTINE CARDS -VALENTINE GIFTS • For Mom and Dad • Girl Friend • Boy Friend Perfume by Parfume Evyan— Dunhill's After Shave- Come In — Look Around WE GIFT WRAP WE WRAP FOR MAILING THEATRE On \V. Main St. In Blytheville Plume 3-4621 Week-days Show Starts 7:00 p.m. — Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p.m. B WC Circles Conduct Regular Meetings Business Women's circles of First Baptist Church met Monday night. Circle Eight met at the home of Mrs. Martha Brooks with, eight members and one visitor, Mrs. Elnora Swafford, present. Miss Ruby Brown presided at this meeting which was opened with prayer by Mrs. H. C. Blankenship. The program was under direction of Mrs. Allen Rushing with Mrs. Blankenship, Mrs. Prances Woods, Miss Minnie Brown and Dr. Edna Nies taking parts. Miss Minnie Brown gave the closing .prayer. Six members of Circle Nine were entertained by Mrs. Lucian Gaines. The business session was in charge of Mrs. H. R. Schmuck with Mrs. J. M. Cleveland having charge ol the program. Prayers were led by Mrs. Jane Lane and Mrs. Jones. ~ Mrs. Kirshner, Mrs. Miller Bridge Winners Mrs. R. F. Kirshner .and MM. Arnold Miller with 45ft points won the five-table Howell movement played last night by Country Club bridge league. Capturing second spot were Mr«. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. O. W. McCutchen with 42iJ points and, with 41 >,i points, Mrs. C. W. Afflick and Mrs. W. D. Chamblln were third. Utopia? A new ALBUQUERQUE Wl — subdivision has: Easy Street, Millionaire Circle, Memory Lane.. Nature Boy Drive, Sky Limit Road, Green Carpet Road. Green Shadows and Heather Heights Lane. One of the first homes is at the corner of Easy Street and Sky Limit Road. Circle Ten met at the church with Miss Mickey Allen as hostess. "God Bleat America," was th« program topics Xtrsr Bill Stancil served as leader. Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Roxy Program Announcements • WED. • THURS. • FRI. Find Your Name in Our Ad and Be Our Guest to See "the Rains of Ranchipur" The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! WED. & THURS. Double Feature UMU Mowero* . A um«i ncruMj ntunutn* — AND — Abbott & Costello Go to Mars ALSO CARTOON Mr. and Mrs. C. Abraham PARAMOUNT NEWS & SELECTED SHORTS YOU CAN'T STOP THE QUEEN MAR* WITH A CiOTHESiJNE . . an/mor. ,hon y«, can keep a lornodo from hitting your house. 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