The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 21, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 21, 1952
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BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.) WEDNESDAY, MAY Zl, 1951 Society fullins. Society Editor f Pat Mullins, Society Phune Miss Olene Stone Will Become Bride of John Talley in June Stone of Stone of the engage- Mrs. Pauline Bready wirnphis and Gluey C. BlvHieville announce th njent of their daughter. Olcne (o John Talley, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Talley of Baton Rouge. I.a. Miss Stone is formerly of. Blythc- ville and is now a member of the graduating class at Memphis Technical High School. wh»re she Is a member of Delta Beta Theta sorority. Mr Talley was graduated from Memphis Technical Hiph School and attended Copiah-Unroln Junior College at Wesson, Miss. He is now associated with G-;r.eral Motors. Inc. Wedding will be solemnized June 28 at Bellevue Baptist Church In Memphis. ^ , Festivities Held For BHS Band Monday night marked Ihe nual concert and marching tion of the Blytheville men S< Bail* In Haley Field before a la: audience. The band, under the direction ol Robert Llpscomn. presented a program of music and exhibitions on the field before Intermission. The remainder of the program was a concert. Mirror Room of Hotel Noble was the scene Friday night of the banquet given by the band mothers lor students and their mothers. The theme of the banquet was "Over the Rainbow" and the center of attraction was a rainbow made of satin ribbon in pastel hue with K pot of shiny gold cutout instruments and gold coins »; the end. The other end of the rainbow wtis banked with garlands of spring flowers and greeners* with gold coins scnttered on top. The speakers table was centered with « gold bowl of red roses with ribbons In rainbow hues extending to edges of the table. Other floral arrangements were about the room and each mirror was decorated with a sheet. In large proportion, of "Some Where Over The Rainbow". Blue birds held tre music with blur ribbons which were caught irlth a large puff In the center of the'sheet. Honored guests were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ltpscomb, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Tommcy, Miss Rosa Hardy, and Mr. and Mrs. Barl B Natl, irtio were introduced by Mrs Coadf laton. New officers for the coming year were introduced by the band moth«« and the band. For the occasion. Mrs. Ray Hal ITBS Jood chairman, Mrs. Shields Bdwa*ds, flowers, and Mrs. W. L decoration chairman. Methodist WSCS Meets In Homes Members of Women's Society of Christian Service of the Firil Methodist Church met In circles Monday In the hotnes of members. Circle One memljers wcro .the Ruests of Mrs. John Miles Miller, Mrs. Dale Horn, ami Mrs. Allrerl Williams. In the home of Mrs. Miller, for H luncheon. She used as her centerpiece glad- loll and roses, which also \vere usid throughout the house. Mrs. Jayroe, who was a visitor Bavc the devotional and Mrs. Newton Whltis. the study, Hi the 18 members pre.snet. Mrs. W. L. Hornrr wi\s hostess (o Meeting of Trinity Women Held Here Women'* Missionary Society members of the Trinity Baptist Church, Circle One Bnd Two, met Monday (or a Joint meeting at the church at l o'clock for luncheon. Mrs. R, W. Woolen presided over the business meeting and program was begun when the group said their watchword and Mrs. David Jones led prajer. Circle Two gave the program with Mrs. C. 6. Webb in chsrRC, Mrs. H. H. Burnette gave the devotional nnd those who had other parts on program were Mrs. Herman Adnir. Mrs. M. D. Kenr)?ht, Mrs. Hurt, Ross nnd Mrs, Arah Speck, who cloAed the meeting with prayer, The Business Women's Bits of News / erional Mrs. M. A. Isaacs has returned Ited her daughter, Mrs. Mark Richards and family. Mrs, T. W. Jeffries will return! today from Conway where she spent a week with her two brothers, Leo and Leslie Crafton. She went especially for the reception of Leo Crafton, Jr., and his new bride. Earl Coppedge, who was seriously Injured in an automobile accident last week, is reported to be 1m- r-i i. proving in a Memphis Hospital. He ' members met Monday night at home of Mrs. Launa Everett with 9 members and one visitor. Mrs. Winifred Caldwcll W ' 'V c iis the son ol Mr? and Mrs. tne ' Oppcdre. " vi "niir-hins and her mother, Mrs. F. D. Underwood, and was ...icxe spent yes- presented a.* a new member and, lC i<i ;tv in Memphis. Mrs. Opal Webb had charge of the! Mr ' an( i Mrs. R. C. Hlacketer of program. Mrs. Lucy Kuonce open- j Monroc> La., left today alter spend- 'ch'ooiiSurprise Party '" Given in Home mernbers of Circle Two (or a pot-j eel the meeting with a prayer a n d j lng SCVPr al days with her parents, hick Umrhcon nl her home. She • Mrs. Virgi used a blur tnbte cloth and cen- j Mrfi, Murl Walker, Mrs, Idell Lowe, e. Mrs. Irene Frittered it with an old fashioned bouquet. chard look part on the program, The hostess dismissed with MM. A C. llnlcv gave the devo- 1'rr.ypr after which she served refreshments. Mrs. Emma Flccman of Manila was honored Sunday with a surprise potluck luncheon, when 11 of her 13 children, visited her on her 76th birthday. Sons who were unable to attend were Floyd Fleeman of Salinas, Calif., and Marvin Fleeman of Manila. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Collln Flctman and children of Monette. Mr. and Mrs. Flcemnn of Trumann, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fleeman and son of Dexter, Mo.. Mr. and Mrs. Hen•y Fleeman and three children of St. Louis, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Flee- nan of Paragould, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fleeman and son. Miss Virginia Spain, and Miss Zeleilda Fleeman of Blythevllle. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Boman of Maiden, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Lonio Fleeman of Manila, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Fleeman and children and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fleeman and son of Lcachville, Mr, nnd Mrs. Clarence Curtrlght, Mr, and Mrs. Levy Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Crow and children, Mr and Mrs. James Branum and children, Marion Bishop. Jack Rlggs and Mrs. TJ, S. Griffith of Manila. tlonal and Mrs. Riley B. Jones the study. 1 .; Mrs. W. r. Klcbler ol Enid. Okla.,1 Ml'S. WllllS and sister of Mrs. W. F. Brewer, j-p Vn-iVii-n met with the 21 members. | 1 O 1 dl ULO Memtjer.s o! Circle Thre'c had a 2:30 'p.m. meeting in the home of Mrs. John Lent! with 16 present. Mrs. W. I. Denlon gave the devotional nnd Mrs. George Pylcs the i study. Members of Circle Four gathered Mr. anrt Mrs, Jack Mrs. Oranzil Youill! and son. Dennis, of Baltimore, and Mrs. Martha Allison Jones and son, Robert, of St. Louis returned to their homes yesterday. They have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Olan Allison. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Homer and daughters. Jimrnie and June, and Linda Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harman Taylor, left today for That The Kingdom of God May I Basalt. Colo., where they will spend Be Reali7ed" was the program presented Monday nisht when rnem- bers of the Women's Society of Wedeyan Guild Mas Dinner in Hall In the home of Mrs. G. G. Hubbard, Jr.. at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Joe Ferguson gave the study and Mrs. Hal Brewer of Shreveport, La., gave the devotional. Mrs. F. L. Husband gave the de- otlonal for the 12 members who met In the home of Mrs. Eugene Still st 2:30 p.m. Mrs. W. A. Afdick vas co-hastess. Members of the Wesleya of the First Methodist Chu itondey night at the fellowship hall for a porhick dinner. Mr». Bess Stanton of the Wo- inen's Society of Christian Service, •who met as a visitor with the 16 members, gave the devotional. After dinner. Mrs. B. F. Scott, outgoing president, was presented gift by the members. Hostesses lor the affair were Mrs •Vance Henderson and Mrs. Liston Neely. Presbyterians Observe Birthday Celebrating their Wth birthdas the Women of the First Presbyte rlan Church gathered Monday night as a group. Tha large white birthday cak' was decorated with red rose bud and was placed on a lace drapei table, silver candelabra holdin burning tapers stood on each side i of the table. Red roses in a large bouquet stood on the refreshment table. Mrs. Jesse M. White served nke and Mrs. Harvey Kldd served -olfce. Other hostesses were Mrs. loy Walton. Mrs. Johnny White. Mrs. Johnny Marr, and Mrs. Bob Christian Service of the Yarbro Methodist Church gathered at the home of Mrs. Punk Willis for their regular meeting. Officers taking part on. the pro- cram, which was a dedication, were Mrs. Johnny Johnson, Mrs. Elzn Wheeler, Mrs. Glenn Bunch. Mrs. Gene McGuire. Mrs. Denny Hammond, and Mrs. Paul Abbott. Mrs. the summer. Lt. Bill Williams,'Jr.. has gone to Camp Stoneman, Calif., for over- i I") j nn p f endin » , L^l I IMG r JUNIOR AUX.1I.IAKV DINNER DANCE — Standing before a gaily decorated serving table and canopy at last night's Junior Auxiliary dinner dance which honored the group's provisional irfem- bers are (from the left; Mrs. James C. c/uard, seas assignment after spending month with his family here. Major and Mrs. Earl Ross of St. Petersburg, Fla.. left yesterday after spending several days with Mrs. E. J. Heaton. Mrs. Connie Eskridge and Mrs. Thomas W. Thomas have just returned from Cape Girardeatl after visiting with Mr. and Mrs. William and Miss Frances Sand- Members of Junior A Auxiliary president; Mrs. Farris McCalla, chairman of decoration committee; Mrs. Bob Logan, co-chairman of the decoration committee; and Mrs. W. R. Lavvshe, general chairman of the affair. (Courier Newi Photo) rovisional iliary Charlie Krut z led prayer alter the Oerhardt ^^ ^ ^^ procram. A business session was conducted ^ Members of Circle Six met (or a I un<s< , r thc leadership of Mrs. Glenn p.m. potluck luncheon In the home of Mrs. H. C. Bush who served her 19 Buests buffet style. Mrs. W. A. Holllngsworth had :he devotional and Mrs. E. J. Cure gave the study. Their guest was Mrs. William Wyatt. j Mrs. James Rogers was hostess members of Circle Seven Monday night with Mrs. J. N. Smothermon as her co-hostess. Mrs. Everett Peterson was Introduced as a guest and Mrs. Whitney Morgan, Jr., as a new member. Mrs. Blan Heath, led opening prayer, presided over the business session and had charge of the program which was taken from Acts. Following the meetings, social hours were conducted in which the hostesses served party* foods. Bunch, president. In which two new members were admitted. Mrs. Monroe Bcshares and Mrs. Jimmy Uaughman- It's So Versatile, Smart Girl Scouts Meet In Little House Members of the Girl Scout Lone Troop Association met yesterday In the little-House ,»t Walker park. Mrs. Glenn Ladd presided over the business session, in which plans were made for the court of awards to be held Sunday, on the lawn o the little house at 3 p.m. More than 100 girls will receive awards, which will be presented b> Mrs. Leonard Johnson. Mrs. Gllbcr Smythe. Mrs. Al Chaffln. Mrs. W Logan. A program preceded the cutting Coming Events Thursday Eastern Star meets at the Temple t noon for potluck luncheon and meeting, . Thursday Rook Club will, play weekly game in the home of Mrs. Cleo Wren. Duplicate Bridge League has A-eekly meeting. Mrs. B. A. Lynch Is hostess to Mid-Week Bridge Club. Kibitzer club meets nl the home of Mrs. Harry A Hairies. Mrs. Coleman Stevens entertains i Nueve Club. Drop-in party honoring Mrs. J. Day at the home of Mrs. Joe Freeman at 2:30 p.m. given by the Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. Mrs. E. J. Cure is hostess to members of the Thursday Club. Friday Mrs. Robert Warren Is hostess to the Friday Contract Bridge Club. Mrs. Doyle Henderson Is hostess to members of the Friday Chip. Garden Club Show at Flint Hill. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ger- aardt. Mr. and Mrs. Phil W. Baldwin of Little Rock visited with Mrs. James B. Clark yesterday. Mr. Baldwin is the head of Baldwin Construction Company, contractors for the hospitals now being constructed in Blytheville and Osceola. The Rev. and Mrs. George McGhehey had as their dinner guests last night. Mrs. J. R. Gill of Dell and Dr. and Mrs. B. F. Scott of Blytheville. Two University of Arkansas students from Blytheville, Vivian Patterson and Darol Lloyd, will participate in a choral concert at the Arts Center Conerc, Hall May 25 atj 3 p.m. Miss Patterson, daughter of Mrs. S. S., Patterson. Is a sophomore in the College of Business Administration at' the University. She is a member of the Pi Beta Phi sorority. Blackfriars, and Canterbury Club. Mr. Lloyd, son of J. A. Lloyd, Is a freshman in the College of Agriculture. Miss Luella Alley returned Monday from Austin, Tex., where she attended funeral services of her grandmother, Mrs. Luella Howell. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Swearengen, Jr.. have taken their son, Herbert HI. to Memphis to the Baptist Hospital where he will undergo minor surgery. A Paris boulevard scene was the setting for dinner and dance honoring provisional members of the Blytheville Junior Auxiliary In the Mirror Room of the Hotel Noble ast night. The husbands of Ihe Auxiliary members were also honored at the dinner. Over 30 couples were welcomed at the hors d'oeuvrcs table, canopied to resemble a street cafe, at which Mrs. I. R. Coleman and Mrs. W. T. Rainwater served. In keeping with the Parisian springtime theme, the room was bordered with long window boxes filled with roses and spring greenery from which Ivy trailed. A flower vendor's cart, portraits on easels, and hanging flower baskets were placed about the'room. Each mirror was painted with a caricature of a French quotation. Dinner w r as served at small tables covered with thc traditional red and white checked cloths and lit with small hurricane lamps. Each hus- nd found his place marked with favor. tulips. Mrs. Oscar Fcndler and Mrs. Monroc Crain were presented with jewelled past president's pins by Mrs. Guard. Arrangements for the dinner were made by Mrs. W. R, Lawshc, assisted by Mrs. Farris McCalla, Mrs. R. M. Logan, Mrs. Harry A. Haines, Mrs. James Terry, Mrs. Newton Whltis, Mrs. Ben Harpole, Jr., Mrs. I. R. Coleman. Mrs. W. T. Rainwater, Mrs. Monroe Grain. Mrs. Wai lace Hoke and Mrs. Dick White. Waves which sweep up on land after undersea earthquakes have been recorded as high as 05 feet. At the Hospitals^ Blylhevllle HospHal Dismissed: Mrs. C. H. Chaney, City Mrs. F. O. Wiggin, City William E. Reese, City Lavada Johnson, City Ed Stewart, Armorel Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. N. Y. Lane and baby. City Lee Woodyard. Wilson Mrs. Charles Bulllnton, Rt. 2 Mrs. Jesse Stevens, Huffman Mrs. Carl Ballard and baby. Bt. « More than 50 million tons of coal were carried by Great Lakes freighters during 1951. R. Campbell. Mrs. Jerry Cohen Mrs. Fred Saliba. Mrs. W. I. Malin of the cnke In which Circle One won I Mrs. William Wyatt, Mrs. Johnn :he prize for having more members i John-ion. Mrs. Glen Ladd. Mr: present. | Hugh Whitsltt, who are leaders for Mrs. Hugh Hudson, who had: charge of the propraro. led the group In singing, "Others." and Mrs. F. B. Joyner accompanied. The program "Winning Neglected Areas Through Christ" was presented with the assistance of Mrs. James Carter, who spoke on "Why We Need Stillman College;" Mrs. J. C. Walsh, who gave "What Our Offering Will Be For Stillman Collese;" and Mrs. Curtis Anderson, who gave "Sunday School Extension". A birthday olfering was collected and Mrs. Hudson led prayer which was followed by the bcnedic- ion. next year. A practice will be held Thursday at 3:30 p.m. at the Little house. eaire AIR CONDITIONED AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Mrs. Head Hostess To Baptist YWA Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission ilc & 30c At All Times Mrs Rny H>M'I was hostess Mori-1 day nlchl to members of the Your.2 : Women's As.-ociation of the First j Baptist Church, whrn seven members and two visitors attended. I 1 Miss Mixxlne Hill led a prayer to npr-n the mretinK and Miss Jur.e; michanaiT was in charge o! 'he : program. '"Laying The Four.cia-! tion." which was taken from the-! |'al Xilcs! 2 Kor 1'ricc of "Window." Mrs. Head led the clnsinc: prayer. The hostess served refreshments to thc pucsTs. LAST TIMES TODAY Also Selected Shorts Mrs. James C. Guard, president the Auxiliary, gRve a short wel- ime address and presented Mrs. obert Warren, Mr5- O. O. Hub- rd r Jr., Mrs. Max Usrey and Mrs. , E. Ynung, provisional members, Lth corsages of white carnations. (Ticers and provisional members ere seated at a long ivy-bordered ble centered with an arrange- ient of handmade red and yellow See if now. 1 Ulkfeboot Today's Big Difference in automatic washers— At Leading Dealers \VF.D.-THrRS. DOL'lil.K KKATUKE Christian \Yomen Meet at Church Sue Burnett A mee'.iii! of the executive bnarei • f the rhtirian Women's Fell ^- hiyi nl the First Christian Crmrrh irrrorirr. a rre^i.'ir meeting Mon- j d:>v at MJC- church. j Mrs J. C Ellis. Sr.. led prA\rr L belotc thc croups c^ive various ro- ] pori.s. In the crrr.ip count. Faith Here's a style vo-.t can ricpcnd on ; Group hnrt seven. Hope had !o\ir. for a star performance eic-ry time ! ^ nn * i- n \e hnd 2. —the ec'Ori looX-in? two pierer that's i Following the mtvionary softly tailored and so versatile. Do.- ! dicllon. the hn ? tr.«. Mr?. W. signed especially to compliment a j Cobb served rerreshmcnl.v woman's fisurt;. j , * Pattern No. 8776 if a sew-ri:r> per- | OupllCcltC forated pancrn in sizes 34. 36. 38. : r> . o • 40. 42, 44. 46. 48, Size 36, cap flccve, j DGglOS OGlieS 5 yards of 39-inch. 1 For this pattern, pcun 30o in COINS, your name, addrer-5. 5i?.e de'ired. and the PATTERN XUM- BF.R to Sue Burnett, Courier N'cus. . 375 Q:lincy St., Chicago f. 111. Send 25 c.enU today for your copy of Basic FASHION '52. H shows you how to make your wardrobe do double duty with ecnncmk:U, tinie- Biniiig styfcs. Gift pattern urmtcc —I'U'S— Hen BraniW Her SHE-DEVIL! II 13ecinnine a six-xvpoks 5erir*. niv- • theville Country Club Duplicate Hricice Lcr:2iir members pla\ed ai tour-table Ho\ve!l movement las', : nicht. \ Mrs. W. 11. Chamlilln and Mrs C. W. Alf'iick won first place ar,<i Mr?. Harry W. Hatnrs anrt Mr? H. O. Sims won second. Third plAre \vent to Mrs. O. C. Councillc olid . ChmtopUf KEN I Also Cartoon Riti Guests Mr. Mrs. Max Logan & Family .Mr. & Mrs. Cecil l.owe & Family THURSDAY 8, FRIDAY /I Sprin Tonic o / UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL presents J 4farjori& Paramount News & Shorts: "Kriday Cat," "Hru-kyavd Hockey" Riti Guests Mr. nnd Mrs. Charlie Slnktip & Family Mr. & Mrs. Jessie Taylor & Family plus a few dollars more To assure you a dependable water supply through the years which lie ahead, large sums must he spent within the next decade. Engineers who have been appraising our national needs figure that the bill will run over three billion dollars for the country as a \vhole. And that's just for physical equipment and installations — that's just for the THINGS which make up a water supply system. What about the men who make these things function? Everything about a water works involves big money except the remuneration of the men responsible for its dependable opera-lion. Perhaps no other enterprise in America puts more solemn responsibilities upon men and pays them less for accepting them. Already, water systems are finding it difficult to enroll and i hold on to younger men qualifier] for advancement to key executive l i jobs. The will to serve is there but it withers in thc face of a dollar '.that has lost almost half its purchasing power in the course of a Idecade. If billions of dollars must be spent on plant facilities, it becomes all the more important that the men who direct these purchases and operate these facilities shall be of the highest character and ability, ("an we afford not fo invest thousands in human intelligence and integrity? 'l \Vc need to spend a fe\v dollars more. inside. 35 cents. ,| Dr. H. C. Smu e Water Co. "Water Is Your Cheapest Commodity"

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