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PAGE TWO RT.YTHEVn.LE (ARK.) COUKIER NEWS "SATURDAY, APRIL 4, isw &t oc&u 9 Students Entertained With Parties Pat Mulling, Society Editor Plione '1461 Thomas-Green Wedding Held Mrs. Nettie Green and Joe E. Thomas were married at 6:30 o'clock last evening at Lake SI reel Methodist Church, in a single ring ceremony with the Rev. Bob McMaster, pastor, officiating. | Only members of the immediate families attended. The bride was dressed in a two- piece gray with navy accessories and wore at her shoulder carnations. Mr. Thomas Is a state auditor, and they will be at home in Blytheville at 314 North Ninth Street. il Bits of News y~\ /> f ei'.\onai Engagement Is Announced Mr. and Mrs. I.Ciirhville annou Cico Lamb of the riifiagt! A series of three parties has* been Riven tills week for a grow of the colleBo set, now home fo the Raster holidays. Miss Nit Hose Mall's liouscguest. Miss Bn linra Humphries of Columbia Mo., and Murray Smart's house «iie:4. John Yarborough of Pick ens. Miss., have been guests o honor nt the events. Miss Hall and her guest students at William Woods Col leire in Fulton, Mo., while th are students at Tulane Unl Midmd "lid Urunk Alexander of u y , ,„„.„„„, v ,.,,_ ,.,„.„,,,.. icnt'nnd apmTOciunn '!naiTiaK(''7)f j vrrslty in New Orleans. liclr daughter, Miss Twila Lamb, to i Fll ' st '" lhe se ™ s was * Slrrrl, son of Mi-, and Mrs Gennanttiwn, Trim., are .spi.'iuUii;; E. L. Steed of Lcachvlile the week end wilh their israndpar- j May 3 has been chosen as their cnts, Mr. aiul Mrs. Uiuacll Phillips. I w «ltllHB tlulc. and the ceremony was dressed In a two- Mrs - J - C( ' ( u L " w( ' ""f 1 , s linen and silk dress. ! James C"' 1 ' u ™"' "• "" (1 Jmi and Mrs. H. T. Moon visited Mi a corsage of white i and Mrs. C. II. Ma.idox til Adler; 1 Clinic in Memphis yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Black are visiting their daughter. Mrs. T. E Gcraiin, Jr., and Mr. Geeslin oi Birthday Party Given at Home Mrs. Clyde Bunch complimented her daughter, Emily Bunch, with a birthday party at their home Thursday afternoon, when 15 Brownies and Girl Scouts attended. Ella Kay Campbell won the door prize and each guest received a prize from the "grab bag." Cake and ice cream were served from the table where colored Easter Eggs, bearing guests' names marked their places. Mrs. John Johnson, Mrs. w. H. Wyatt and Mrs. Glenn Bunch assisted Mrs. Bunch in serving. Fifty Attend Easter Party An Easter party was given last night bv Ruth and Louise Cooper. Linda White, and Faye Davis fo guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs Leo Kelley. Balloons and streamers were suspended from the entertaining room walls, providing pastel decorations also carried out In flowers. Guestf spent the evening In playing informal party games, after which, the; were served refreshments. Out-of-town guests Included Dub and Bill Lamb and J. E. Hogan, al of Marmaduke, Ark., and Dewei: Branscum of Hermondale, Mo. Dorcas Class Has Meeting- at Church Members of the Dorcas Class of the First Baptist Church held theii monthly business and social meeting at the church yesterday, when Mrs. Jesse Reeder and Mrs. C. F. Tucker were hostesses. An Easter motif was carried out in' the decorations Mrs. M. W. Lewis presided dyrlSB'thos business find Mrs. Pearl Hires gave the opening prayer, followed by the regular order of business. Mrs. E. E. Stevens gave the devotional, "Language of Heaven." Following the closing prayer the hostesses served refreshments. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Emma Mclntosh, City Mrs. Robert Deason, City Qeorge Henson, Jr., City Louis McCoy, Ponca City, OklK. Wall> Hospital Dismissed Brenda Shelton, City Mrs. Charles Gibson, Haytl Drew. Miss. Airman Second Class Larry Daniel and Airman First Class !3arne.y Lat.'iifer are spending the week enc; with Airman Daniel's parents, Mr and Mrs. Brad Daniel. They arc stationed at Shrcveport, La. Dr. and Mrs. Frank Luckett and daughters, Nancy and Lanelle of Helena have arrived here to spend the week end with his mother, Mrs. J. A. Luckett and Miss Neai Luckett. Mr. and Mrs. Cal Gossett and Jim Gossett arrived last night to spend the Easter holidays will their mother, Mrs. Cal Gossett of Burdette. Others visiting in the Gossett home are Mrs. D. F. Wilson of Momence, 111., Mrs. w,. W. Akcn- liead of Little Rock. Mrs. R. A. Futch of Memphis and her niece. Mrs. Perry Winslett of Birmingham. Ala. Mrs. Melvin E. Glbbs of Lufkln, Tex.,. is the housegucst of her sister, Mrs. J .P. Friend and Mr. Friend for the Easter week end. Dr. and Mrs. Orlie Parker will leave tomorrow lor Little Rock where Dr. Parker will attend the Arkansas State Dental Convention. Mrs. Wilson Henry, Miss Ramona Crafton and Miss Katherlne Wheeler are in Jonesboro today for a luncheon to be given at Hotel Noble for Miss Mary Katherine Keel of Newport, who is the bride-elect of Mrs. Henry's son, Lt, Jnmcs Bower Henry. Jim Applegate of St. Louis and will tie performed at three o'clock j dlnnei party given Thursday night by Mrs. Kay Hall and Mrs. C. A Tant, at the Arkansas Chop Suey Cottage, when 16 guests attended A spring theme was carried ou l.i the afternoon at the First Bap-i ln lill)le appointments ,and the list Church in Lenchville Tile bride-elect. The bride-elect, who is a graduate ' ", of Dixie High School, lias been em- . " , . ,. nlni'nrl tn thn nffi,*n nt tu., ,~i...,i.. JjaSl n!f,ni, spent the remainder of the evening In Informal entertainmenl ployed In the office of the Craig-1 head Electric Cooperative, Corp.. in ' Jonesboro for the past three years. Mr. Steed, a native of Lcuchvtllg, and a graduate of Leachville High School, was an Instructor In aeronautics during World War n. and light, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Smart entertained the group at their home on Walnut Street, with a buffet dinner. The buffet table was overlalc will) a white outwork cloth, anc centered with a low arrangemen ! is now' owner of Automobile Supplv ' of pink snapdragons, purple Iris Stores In Leachville and Monettc i nnd P' nlc tapers, carrying out the He lias held a position as clistri i j P'" 11 nnd color scheme supervisor of the State Revenue Department for nine years. Coming Events Mrs. Monday M. White is hostess used throughout the house. Quests spent the .evening hi playing cards. Mrs. L. E. Baker complimented her son. Larry Baker, with a breakfast this morning at their home, when guests included the boys of the group. Larry is also a student at Tulane University. Violet.s formed the centerpiece for the breakfast table, with Eas- for 10:30 a. m. meeting followed with luncheon, for members of the^,. tl ,^ „, v .,,^.....v .—„, „.„, „„<,- ccutive board of Women of the [ ter colors being used throughout ""' ' ~ ' •' the floral decorations. An Easter motif was carried out in table appointments. Pirot ivesbyterian Church. Mrs. W. B. Burkett of Bassett will teach :he officers training class to be held at that time. Members of the Woman's Aux- linry of St. Stephen's Episcopal j'hurcli has 8 p. in. meeting at the wish house. Circle One of Trinity Baptist: Annmmcement , Church has 2:30 p. m. meeting at tlny of the marria i09 Parkway with Mrs. Katherlne Campbell. Circle Two has 2:30 p. m. neetlng with Mrs. E. G. Lovewell nt 705 Lilly. Katie Hatton YWA of First Bap- ist Church meets with Mrs. J. T. Vestbrook at 7:15 p. m. Study Group of Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Miss Betty Williams of Laurel. Miss., are spending today with James Cecil Lowe, II. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Crlgger nave gone to Columbus, Ga., to visit theit son, Lt. and Mrs. C. E. Crigger, and Infant daughter at. Fort Benning. Club Meeting Held [n Armorel Home Mrs. N. C. Pntterson was hostess for a politick luncheon nt her home yesterday for members of the Armorel Home DftnonstYB^lon Club when 13 members attended. Mrs. F. H. Piirrlsh presided and Mrs. Hnrry Lnwson gnve the devotional. Mrs. S. H Rcdstock led the group singing nftcr which, Mrs. Gertrude Hollman gave a tnlk on foods. A committee composed of Mrs. C. T. Elliott, Mrs Pnrrish and Mrs. Patterson wns appointed to attend home furnishings meeting April B in BIythevllle at the Court House. They were dismisrd with prayer. Milk Sources In one part of the world or an- ilher, human beings consume the nilk of 11 different animals; asses, )uff aloes, camels, cows, goals, lorses, Human, reindeer, sheep, p nks, and zebus. Of all the.se, reindeer supply the richest milk. Christian Church has 2 p. m. meet| Ing at the church with Mrs. Frank Ellis, Jr., co-hostess. Mrs. James Rainwater is program leader. Calvary Baptist Church meets as follows: Edith Montroe Circle with Mrs. Grace Cockren; Ola Lee Circle with Mrs. Jack Tapp; Edith Rose Wcllcr Circle with Mrs. Bill Hardin; Irene Brannen Circle with Mrs. Carra Pruitt; and Z.T. Rankln Circle with Mrs. Edna. Coleman. WSCS of First Methodist Church h;is recognition Day program at church at 2:30 p. m. Member:: of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Lake meeting at Lhe church. Tuesday Sudbury PTA has Father's night meeting at 7:30 p.m.. preceded by executive board meeting at 7:15. Mrs. Horshel Beshaivie is hostess to members of the Tlmka Bunco Club. Mr. E. A. Tcaford is hostess to members of the Tri-Town Bridge Club. La Pellte Club meet with Mrs. Neal Gcsell at her home. American Legion Auxiliary has weckly.-.meetlng at hut. Calvary Baptist Circles Three and Four of" "Business Women 'e Circles DANCE Bob Bevingron & His Orchestra at the NORTH STAR SUPPER CLUB EASTER SUNDAY NIGHT April 5th — 9 to 1 $2.50 Per Couple Former Resident Marries in Nevada Announcement is being made to- ige of Mrs, Malzel Loranco to Charles Crowder Mar. 7, in Las Vegas, Nev., with Judge Frank McNamee officiating. Mrs. Crowder is the daughter of Mrs. J. E. Bennett of BlythevMle, find the late Mr. Bennett. Mr. Crowder is the son of Mrs. E. Crowder nlso of Blytheville. and the late Mr. Crowder. Miss Marcelllnc Urban of Las Vegas served as maid of honor, and Sgt. Albert F. Frizier served as best man. They are making their home in Las Vegas, where the groom is employed. [ .7 A VOW FULFILLED-Sgt. Fanny Rendcl mans a frontline outpost in Korea fulfilling a promise he made to himself eight years ago in ,a German concentration camp He vowed he'd fight with the 38th Infantry Kegfment, whith rescued him from Nazi captivity Rep- deli, who now lives in New York, is an assistant squad leader With Uie. 38th. ?or A Young Sun-Seeker neet at the church nt 7:30 p. in. Wednesday Deltoninn Chapter of Blind Swimmer Now a Teacher HOUSTON W*)—While her seelng- eye dog sits for three hours by the side of the YWCA swimming pool, Miss Betty Elbcrt spends two evenings n week teaching others how to Kwlrn. Betty was blind when she learned to swim three years ago under a Red Cross program. Now she's taking the instructor's course because "T want to Icarn how to teach others so that I can Instruct blind per- Rons like myself," she snys. "I know their problems of learning by ear and instinct rather than by sight." to members of the CIB Club. Chapter "D" of PEO has 1 p.m. luncheon with Mrs. W. I. Denton at the Arkansas Chop Suey Cottage. Thursday United Daughters of. Confederacy have 12:30 p. m. luncheon at Hotel Delphian j Noble. Mrs. T. F. Hudson, Mrs. E. R. Society has meeting at 10 a.m. at! Bogan, Mrs. C. B. Wood. Mrs. Cleo Ho1.fi! Noble. are hostesses. Mrs. Lillian Mrs. Lewis Henderson is hostess Alford is In charge of reservations. 8832 By Sue Burnett Your young daughter will be as cool as a breeze all during the warm weather in this dainty little sundress finished with bold ric rac. The fitted jacket is an ideal companion piece for school or parties. Patern No. 8832 is a Bew-rlte perforated pattern in sizes 6, 8, 10, 12, j M years. Size 8, dress. Hi yards of j 39-inch; jacket, l!i yards;'',i yard, 1 contrast. I For this pattern, send 30c tn COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 375 Quincy St., Chicago 6. 111. Don't miss the- new Basic FASH- PERSONAL for the COURIER NEWS in Osceola, call BILLY BEALL, 567-M do a WHALE of a job! Ads placed before 9 a.m. will appear same day. t All classified advertising payable in advance. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS Spiritual Diary For Lent Ye are all lhe children of light,' and the children of the day. —1 Tliessalonlans f.i Look to this Day! For It is life, the very life of Life. For Yesterday is-but a dream, And Tomorrow Is only a vision But Today well lived makes Every Yesterday, a Dream of happiness, And every Tomorrow a Vision of Hope , Look well therefore to this dayl —Translated from the Sanskrit Today's Message "Forward — Day — by Day" book title that suggests an inspiring attitude, toward life. Like Saint Paul, we are to "press forward"— not content with present attainments. As we grow in'age we are to grow in grace, to go from strength to strength. This advance is to be made day 3y day, the only way it can be made. Rome was not built by day but by the day. Time is like a sandwich.. Yesterday and tomorrow are the outer parts, but the inner part—the spread— is today. Do not let the past and the future rob the present ] of it's important place in life. j Just as certain definite acts are necessary each day for the proper | care of the body, so the prope care of the soul demands regula daily attention.. Another day is a jrand new opportunity to use thi 'daily bread" God provides—thi Holy Bible, conscious fellowship in jrayer, meditation and sacra ment — to realize His power in our ives and to use the strength foi .he welfarj? of our feliowmen. Life begins anew as we awake to a new day. Let us honor each new da> vith a new and worthy task. —ROBERT E. GRIBBIN Former Bishop of Western N. C. Hobe Sound. Fla Today's Prayer .Grant, we beseech Thee, A1-. mighty God, that we may so em-. ploy this day that when night cometh we may fel that we have used it as good stewards of time. Amen.. (Prom "The Spiritual Dlnry. pub- ;hed by Austln-Pheips. Inc Copy- ght 1951 by Bennlc Caroline Hall edl- ir. Distributed by KEA Service.) One in Seven Though it was the most publi- ized, the "Boston Tea Party" was nly one of seven held by colon- its to protest the British tea tax. (.her "tea parties" were held in 'hiladelphia; New York; Green- •ich, New Jersey: Charleston, outh Carolina; Annapolis, Mary- nd; and Edcnton, North Carolina. ON for 'S3. spring and summer It's complete spring eewing guide for mart, practical wardrobes; gift pat- ern printed inside the book. 25 ents. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At Al) Times SATURDAY Double Feature —PIus- SERIAI,: Gang Busters and Cartoon "Papa's Helper" SUN - MON Double Feature HOPE RUSSELL SONor Paleface m» M** HIUCV • fm*. f h'rn • &rirn ttiy t» Hjrfy frwti • AlHt'ltr UM ««[t-vl MM • (SwiM tr (*•"< *j Also M«(ro News Airline Pilot College Student EAST ORANGE. N. J. (/P) — Burt B. Budlong, n junior at Upsala College here Is an airline pilot — « flight captain for Allegheny Airlines. Budlong Is 32. He spent time with both the Navy and Army Air services during World War II. and then put in a year flying in Alaska and three years for Trans-World Airlines. He Joined Allegheny In 1949 and entered Upsala in June, 195!. He's itudying business administration and hopes to be graduated in June, 1954. The most important thing to him is maintaining his status as an honor student. That way, he gets twice as many class cuts per semester 6s less industrious, non-honor students. So far, he has had no trouble in keeping within the allowed number 1.C.A.O. Asks Better Airport MANILA f/R—The International Civil Aviation organization (ICAO) has asked the Philippines to Improv* Its airport facilities for the handling of jet-powered planes. Civil Aeronautics Administrator Alejandro Albert reported specific recommendations included completion of an alternate International airport on Cebu island with a 10,000-foot runway and repair 'of ft Manila runway to accommodate heavier aircraft. of class cuts, although he average* about three flights a week for th« Newark block of Allegheny's routes. Budlong says he hopes to go on to law school because he knows that airline flying — like baseball ploy- ing — puts something of a premium on youth, and he can't expect it to go on forever. REVIVAL Now in progress at the CHURCH of GOD of PROPHECY at Manila, Arkansas Everyone invited to attend. Services beginning at 7:30 REV. PAUL LAWRENCE Pastor REV. 0. G. LODGE Evangelist SATURDAY ONLY! DOUBLE FEATURE! .^GENEAOIRY MARIA MONTEZ-PAOL CHRISTIAN «ID> G*! 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