The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 30, 1948 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 30, 1948
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FOOT BLYTHEVrLLB (ARK.V COURIER NEWS ew&— Phont 4461 Beta Sigrn* Phi Holds Founders Day Banquet Five butlneu women were pledged, .five otheri took part in the Ritual f of Jewels, and officer* for the fol- \lowln» year were InsUlled at the annual Pounders Day Banquet of the Alpha Alpha chapter of Beta Sigma Phi in the Hotel Noble last v 'nl«hl. '.-Mlu 'Alice Saliba, daughter of Dr. and tin. J. A. Sallba, was Installed* u president, and prior to <«*her InsUllatVm the conducted the "Ritual of Jewels and the pledge ritual. She was assisted by Miss Dorothy Jean Htgglnson, Miss Eutopia Whitworth and Miss Joyce Walls. The program for the banquet was opened by a welcome given by Miss Higglnson to new pledges, Miss Mary Gray, Miss Mary Gray, Miss Frances Sue Bright, Mrs. George Clark, Mrs. Otto Scrape- and Miss Wilma Douglas. A message from the founder, Walter \v. Ross, was read to the chapter by Miss Whitworth, and toasts were given by Miss Ruth Seay and Mrs. Richard Osborne. Miss Barbara Chllds and Mrs. A. R. Olscn were also-pledged to the chapter, but were not present to receive their pins. Those who had completed a pledge period and who were given the Ritual ot Jewels were Mrs. Fred Steadman, Mrs. Osborne, Mrs. E. M. Terry, Miss Ruth Seay and Miss Josephine Shibiey. Miss Nora Simpson was not present to receive her Jeweled pin. Officers Installed for the f< Miss Mary Sue Hawkins, daughter of Mrs. Maysill Hawkins of 903 South Lake street and a junior In the Biytheville High School, was elected state reporter for the Future Tradesmen of Arkansas at the annual convention In Hot Springs Ihli week. Hlgginson, vice president; Miss' Shibiey, recording secretary; Miss Martha Frances Stevens, corresponding secretary; and Miss Elolse Yates, treasurer. Decorations for the banquet car- Birthday Pariy Given At Frank Greer Home , . t When * he « nt * r * ln * d Mr. and Mr«. George H, Grear Jr., of Columbus, Ga., are tlie p»r- enf» of a son born yesterday In Columbus, Mrs. Grear Is the former Miss Eleanor Key ol Colum- "iiK, and the baby Is the grandson of Mr. mid Mrs. G. J!. Grear 8r,, of Biytheville and Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Koy of Columbus. He niis been nnmed George Herman Grcar 111. Mrs. Wyntt Henley li spending the weekend in Little Rock ns guest of her daughter, MM. Ashley Hnddlck and family. Cadet Jack Sallba received a high rating from the Missouri In- tersoholastlc Press Association on a feature story written by him, It was announced today by Col. A. M. Hitch, siiBcrinriontent st Kem- Per Military School In Boonville Mo. oadel Sallba, son of Mrs Jack Sallbn, Is the second puge editor foi- Use Kemper News, weekly cadet publication. Mrs. Betty Jean Golf, student at Miller Hawking Business College In Memphis, has pledged Beta Sigma Piii Sorority of the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Memphis. She Is wyn, age , Franklin, age two who were celebrating their birthdays. There were 30 guests present. During the afternoon when various party games and contests were , ties were presented to each cucst as a favor. • Mrs. Hall Is Hostess Bridge Luncheon Given At Harry Kirby Home ( Mrs. Mion Kirby, Mrs. Hunler I To Club Eight Members Sims, Mrs. Charles Rose. Mrs. M. i 8 mcmueis A. Isaacs and Mrs. Walker Baker i Mrs. Gene Bradley was Kiiesl yes- were guesLs yesterday with -mem- I terday with members of cTub Eight bers of the' Thursday Luncheon ! *''«n Mrs. Ray Hall entertained Blythevilte High School Band to Present School Annual Spring Concert The Senior B«nd, under the direction of Karl Wadenpfuhl, will present It* »econd annual Spring concert at the High School Auditorium FRIDAY, APRIL 30. 194? tonight at « o'clock. The program for the concert ncer r«nge§ from classical to "boogie" numbers, «nd will feature * tuba solo, "Asleep In the Deep," by Benny Johnson. The b«nd presented » mid-winter concert, and will play again for (lie ,. "j ~" . Kiwants Club benefit Softball game • Sullday nlsHl, May 16th, with the next week, but tonight's perform- 1 Rcv ' Ru5se " J- Clubb, pastor, as ance Is the last concert planned for « u «lfl'«alter. this year. ' Phillip Dccre, fro At Osceola High School Announced OSCEOLA, Ark., April 30— Miss Aim Malocli and Miss Peggie Ix>u Grfsby tied for first honors as valedictorian of the Osceola High Schcol. Miss Nancy Burr was named as talutatcrlan. other honor students were Ann Driver «nd Martlia Jane Bunn. The baccalaureate sermon will be held at the First Baptist Church, To Lead Revival this year. More llian 40 students will lake part in the concert. Kiwaniam GiVe flags To N. Missco Schools Th« Underprivileged Children Committee of the Klwanls Club presented three nags to children groups in and around Biytheville yesterday Flags were presented to the Armorel Negro school, the Forty and Eight school, and the Huffninn school. E, H. Ford, chairman of the committee, represented the Kiwanlans In these presentations. The program for each presentation consisted of the students repeating the Lord's prayer, the pledge of allegiance to the Hag, and singing "America." Progressive Club 'to Give Program on "Fine Arts" OSCEOLA, Ark.. April 30.—The flipiia unaptcr of Memphis, she Is """•*•""*, "ft.-. April 30.—The the daughter of Mr. and Mr« S ' OsceolR Progressive Club will meet Goff. ' ' i Tuesday, 2:30 p.m., with » tea at the Mrs. John Kreuzer and rtauehUn- I Com munlty House for the "Pine , rom the State Department of Education, will give the principle address at the graduatinc exercises to be Held May 21, at the High School. The annual senior play will be given Friday night. 7:30, in the Osccoln High school auditorium. 1 Title of the three act comedy 1, "Three Old Maid Aunts". Mrs. O v' Moore Is the director. Those who will participate in the comedy are Misses Georgle Annabel Ann Driver, Ann Mnloch, Anna Jean Poster, Peggy Lou Grisby Carolyn Banister, Helen Buchanan nnd Betty Ray Drcnnan and Wish Osceola News The Rev. L. T. Lawrence, who lias beeji a patient In the Baptist Hospital In Memphis returned to his home Wednesday. His condition is much Improved, Out of town people who attended the funeral of William Vinson were Mrs. Ivan EnnU of St. Ixxils, Mr>. M. Asher of Cannelton, Ind., Mr. and Mr*. J. B. Herron, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Badger and Mrs- Jack Vinson of Memphis. Mrs. Leo Oliver of San Francisco, Calif., who has veen visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cowan, returned to her home Wednesday. Mrs. Lee Maxwell, who has been a patient in the Methodist Hospital In Memphis the past three weeks, , was dismissed Wednesday. Her con- i -U^^UB^, ...ju p.m., wnn Mrs. John Kreuzer and daughter ' Comm "nlty House for Miss Betty Kreuzcr of Chicago, 111 ' I Arts " Program. •re the guests of Mr. and Mrs' Harry Kirby. E. J. Edward Jr. of Kansas City, . . as y, Mo. arrived yesterday to spend the Weekend with his sister, Mrs, Harvey T. Kldd, the Ucv. Mr. Kind nnd family. Mrs. Kldd and daughters Carolyn and Joanne will accompany him to Blackburn. Mo. Sunday where they ivlll visit with their Mrs. O. B. Dean, program leader will present an art exhibit of reproductions of famous Italian paintings, many of them from the Mellon and Kress collections. Guests will be members of the Wilson Cooperative Club, Luxora Boole Club and Biytheville Woman's Club. _ Hostesses for the occasfon ln- Mrs. Coming Events Social Calendar Friday The Ladles Bible class of the First Methodist Church will have a Covered Diph Supper at the church at 6:30 p. m. I The Lndies Bible Class of the First Methodist Church will have a Covered Dish Supper at the church at 6:30 p.m. Mrs. Paul Byrum entertaining members of the C. B. C. Club at her home. Friday Bridge Club being entertained at the home of Mrs. Toby The Rev. Paul Gaslo», pastor of the Central Baptist Church In El Paso, Tex., will conduct a series of evangelistic meetings in the Calvary Baptist Church, 16th and Chlcka- ».™ «>cny nay urcnnan and Wish ?£?** '" , B ^ thev , lne . '«>"> May 2 Fletcher, Billy jop Carlisle and , th ™ ugh M J y I6 ' a was announced Dilly joe Gore. uarlll > 1<! and tod«y_by the Rev. P. H. Jernlgan, Dance students of Miss Moffctt's dancing class In Luxora will present several numbers between the acts of the piny. pastor. The Texas minister will be assisted in the services by his wife who will be in charge of music for the services to be held each morning at 10 o'clock, and at 7:30 p.m. The Rev. Mr. jernigan said that the nursery in the 'Church will be open to care for children under six during each of the services. ^ An old wife Is a "sh, an old squaw is a duck, and an oleaster Is a shrub. -"u.c u«:y »MJ VISH wiui [Heir nvmcstes ior me occastoi parents Mr nnd Mrs. E. J. Blackburn/ 1 cluae M «. L. T. Lawrence Mrs Brycc Lnysou, Nancy Ponder, Donald Wcrtz, Mrs. R. W Qelcireich ;nn SncMr of v™,-,,-!,,,™ r, ------ Mi bs Alcne Word, Mrs. Joe Young' ' Jean Speck of hman Bayou' and Ann Brnner of Mnrk Tree left J'Mtcrdny for the University of Arkansas, Payettevllle, wliere they will attend the nnnnal Gaebale celebration beginning today. Thev will return Suntlny. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Innsston and children left today for " bers ul me iiiursnHy Luncheon '»»<-•" oars, nay nail ent( Club, when Mrs. Harry Kirby en- «t her home on W. Hearn. I vllle Ky where '- r ""- H "' u - u on Chick-l Mrs. Charles Langston won high ! her '_ mother, Mr™ '! luncheon was served, was centered with an arrangement of Spring flowers, other bouquets of flow- era were used- In the home. Mrs. A. G. ; Llttle won high score . Sn the bridge game* played, Mrs. *. D. Hughes,' second, and Mrs. Row, fuest. prlie. Social Meeting Is Held By Nazarene Y. W. M. S. The Young Women'! Missionary Society of the First church of the Naiarene met last night, 7:30. at the home of Mrs. O. E. Hannah on South Second St. for their monthly social. Mrs. Harold Thompson, president, gave the devotional and also presided during a brief business ses- cion. Mrs. Daniel Stafford, gave the opening prayer, after which the scripture reading, taken from the tenth chapter of John, was given by Mrs_ ira Lambert, Fallowing the meeting, the croup went to the home of Mrs. Ira Gaines where they practiced a play to be given Wednesday night at the church. Mrs. Gaines and Mrs Hannah are In charge of the music for the program. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Mrs. Craig Is Honored At Miscellaneous Shower .Mrs. Charles L. Crnig. who before her recent marriage was the former Miss Aideen La Rue, was honored Tuesday night when Mrs. mislead and MISS Lon Jo Harectl entertained -.vlth a miscellaneous shower at the Hargett home on W. Chi- IkasaweNi. There were 25 guwts During the contests and parti- games plr.;-ed, Mrs. Billy Fox of Manila won the prize. Attractive bouquets of Tailismnn and American Beauty roses were arranged In the home. Refrr-^ments of a dessert plate, which include* the individual cakes inscribe with "Dean and Doc" were served by the hostesses, who were assisted In serving by Mrs. Die- stone and Miss Pearl Lee Mrs. Craig wore for the occasion a Navy blue frock with black accessories. She was. presented a Eroulder corsage of -we carnations they will Bellla Du fill attend Condition of Arthur Nabers, who ,. •- "*'«itii wiij continue Tniiminn m,. .1 ..- ,- " "" "•""" «nu<=ia, wno '" r °ui?h Sunday night, May 2 with rmli of f er bou " ls at tile nome of nls brother, C Dl - K. C. Campbell of Little Rock duels of flowers were arraliHed in I L. Nabers mi Waln,,i si i, „,„',„.,' as „„* o"i',. ii J. K , . Mrs. Nora Borum, Mrs. J. p. . Mrs. Jack members ot Club. Marsh Alpha entertaining Beta Bunco Civic Calendar Friday «u I: da Tucker, Mrs. John Concert tonight at 8 o'clock In the White, Mis. E. K. Scwcll and new '''B 11 school auditorium, members of the year Revival Services Held At First Baptist Church Osceola Events Friday High School Band Concert 8-00 p.m. ™H t aptist V '^ 1 5e "' lces of the n ' ist Church will continue Dismissed: At The Hospitals Biytheville Hospital the home. The host course. arranged in L. Nabers on Walnut, isJis" cri't'icnl. Jean and Peggy Sawyer and Mnr- ;e*« wrved i dessert Mrs. Banister Entertains Thursday Contract Club Mrs. Rodney L. BanlsUr was hostess yesterday when she entertained wll o \v<-nt tr. i«™* STS? ,± t ^~^™ t ™ t . ^.WS? - jory Winrtham returned from Cape Glradeau and Advance, Mo., where they spent the week-end with Miss Sawyer's sister, Mrs. Willis Find and family in Cape Glradeau and Rnmoim and Jackie Jones In Ad- on rac Club at her home on West Ma"n Tlie dining table was centered with o striking arrangement of mixed Spring flowers in , low crystal bowl. Peonies and roses in various colors decorated other rooms of the home. In the afternoon bridge games, Mrs. G. G. Caudill won hjgh score and Mrs. O. W. McCutcheon, second high. • * • Mrs. Pritchard Hostess To Rook Club Members Mrs. Richard Pruchard was hostess yesterday afternoon when she «»"«• rce. ere ave been four ad- Among those from Biytheville di tions to the church by baptism who went to Joncsboro last night to an , d onc °y letter. night . recital of Wilson Farmer Larry T. Moore at Lee Auditorium were, Mrs. ^ «,,.„„! England, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Kirsner, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugh Whltsitt and daughter Gall, Miss Mary Adah Hoblnson, Miss Anita Pay Beck. Mr. and Mrs. Reeves Allen, Mrs. Reece Moore- Mrs. Jean Phillips. Mr. nnd Mrs. Rouse Harp, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Harp, Todd Harrison, Billy Boone, Mrs. Hershel Carter, Mrs. Robert U Wade, Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Moore Sr., Mrs. Ed Crawford and daughter, Drs. Carl and Edna Nefs, Miss Jewell Lee and Mi-ss Betty Cravens of Caruthcrsvillc. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Cook are the Mrs. Bobbie Bell, city. Mrs. Burl Cnstman, Cooler, Mo Billy Jack Gregg, city. marked by "an ".tendance "wtth^an ! DlBml5sed . W ""' Hos »"" S^r. Si?' «' .,"»_«« M-T^rne Curtis, citv. Mrs. T. B. Renlro and baby, Luxora. Mrs. Walter Holtslaw, Manila. Sunday School at night and Jun- evangclist and Ralph D. unur- chill of Fort Worth. Texas, singer 'wice daily the service lias been — - --— f ••-^i-iiv *wi tut; morning service, 200 for the Sunday school at night and a capacity crowd attending the evening service. There have been four ad- * J tend in- sci viuw win ex- ^ e{ at 7-CO D m The rnvtv turdgyjvenlni;. the ' will begin nt -i:fo p m. ess yesterday afternoon when she ""• *" u wrs - "'en uoon are the entertained the Jolly Eight Club i P arcr "s of n daughter born ycslcr- mcmbers at her home.. • tl '' 1 >' st Walls Hospital. Their ffl-st During the rook games. Mrs T I cnl1(i . sll e h"- 1 ! been named, Leslie ' Ann ' Mrs Cook ls The hostess served refreshments of a salad plate. Mrs. Fields Is Hostess To Demonstration .Club The Lone Oak Demonstration Club met Monday at the home of Mrs. J. W. Fields for their regular meeting with eight members, two visitors and three new members Mrs. D. R. Shuemate, Mis. T O Huey and Mrs. B. Huey present During the business session reports were given on the sale of bonnets and aprons made by Ihe club members in order to raise more money. Miss Gertrude Bond dis- ciiftcd. "Beautifying the Highways. Following the meeting, refreshments were served by the hostess. Cof/ege Choir to Sing At Presbyterian Church The Arkansas College Choir will ' Hrst . --nv., ,„ Out of town guests , cre Mrste'rl of , nn °° *' m ' Sun<i ^'' " a *'* s Prlnt<ltl , , . . In September. She is the daughter of Mrs. Aud- reancl Freeman. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Robson have as their guest for a week, their son, Capt. Gerald Robson. Mrs. Robson and two children, Gerald IH and Diane, of Plggott. . 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Adam Genuine Panama $5, $6 Adam Panaweave - - $3.50 Adamjine Straws - - $1.95 f xdusivefy in Blytheyille at Martin & Boydston "Everything for Men & Boys" FRESHEST (/oucMkiy STEWART'S EGG 'RICH MAYONNAISE Distributed by L n. Fleming. Blytheville, Ark. Radio Idol Tom Breneman To Be Buried Tomorrow HOLLYWOOD, April 30. (UP) — Special police were ordered today to handle the thousands of housewives expected to attend funeral services tomorrow for their radio Idol, Tom -Breneman. Thirty honorary pallbearers, i^ eluding movie stars and radio wor^T ers, will participate In the 11 a.m. services at Forest Lawn Memorial Park. The King's Men will sing. Breneman, 46, died of a heart attack Wednesday Just before he wa» to broadcast his "Breakfast in Hollywood" radio program to which, millions of housewives listened every day. American Broadcasting Company officials said they had not decided whether to continue tlie show. " baby of Fayetleville are the guests ] of his parents the Rev. and Mrs. L. T. Lawrence. I Those from out of town, who attended the Mrs. William D. McGarrity funeral services were Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Collum, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Walker. Mrs. Ruth LJvensteln, Mrs. J. W. Semmer of Memphis, Mrs. Jim Webb, Mrs. Lucy McAdams, Mrs. J. W. Lacy and Mrs. W. T. Barnett of Biy- theville. Binding of baby girl's feet still Is a custom In certain districts of China. Moss Bryan Is Displaying Mother's Day Gifts Select a personal or a permanent gift from our new Spring collection, of beautiful and lasting gifts. The GIFT SHOP 103 East Main Street FEATURING LUNCHES from 65c up In Our Air-Conditioned Dining Room HOTEL NOBLE Coffee Shop Continuous Shows Every Day . Box Office Opens 1:454* Show Starts 2:00 ^ LISTEN TO KLCN (:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. <:30 p.m. Last Time Today Green Dolphin Street with Lana Turner and Van Heflla Selected Short Subjects Continuous Showing Every Day Saturday CHARLES SKiUY STMKTT BURH Treat your feet to Cool Comfort in Smartly Styled Shoes by Walkover Serial "Tex Granger" No. Z & Short Cent. Shows Sat. 11 a.m."!l:30 p.m. Sunday and Monday and Jarman Two-Ton§ Wing Tips Black & White Brown & White Front $95 See Our New Selection of Spring and Summer Styles Today two-tone VENTS Brown & Tan From g95 In a C*mpUt« Run of Siz«« MARTIN & BOYDSTON 'Everything for Men & Boys' Paramount Newi and Shorti Cont. Shoving Sunday 1:30 to 11:00 Box Office Openi «:J» Show Starts fi:45 Open* Sunday l:0fl; Starts 1:1» Continuous Shows Sat Si Snn. Barjaln Night E»erj Night Except Saturday No passes honored on Sunday at ROIJ Theatre Last Time Today The Jolson Story with Larry Paries and Evelyn Keyei _ Selected Short Subjects Saturday Cheyenne Rides Again with Tom Tyler Serial "Canadian Mounted" No. 11 &nd Short Ccnt'd Shows Sat. 1Z;3» to 11:3« Sunday and Monday (Doable Feature)

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