The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 11, 1953 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 11, 1953
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PAOT TWO BLYTHEVTLUE f ARK.T COtTRTER NEWS •ATORDAY, tt, ocetu Rnnietv Editor i Pat Muliins, Society Editor Phone 4461 Bits of News Bride-Elect Is Honoree at Shower i Mrs. A. C. Smith and Mrs. Virgil I Williams complimented Miss Bonnie ; Glover, bride-elect of D. J. McLeod • with a miscellaneous shower at the I Woman's Club Thursday night. Iris, tulips find lilacs in pastel shades were used about the room. A bouquet of gladioli provided a centerpiece for the refreshment table. After puny games were conducted [|i( . „,„„„„„., „„„„,, „.,„„„ by the group, the honoree opened Convcntlon ln Lmle Rock „,„ her gifts. She was given a corsage: wcek f 0 n ow j ng his return to Ely- of white carnations, which she pin-1 th( , vj n e f,. om Memphis, where he ned nt the shoulder of her purple. reccnUy graduated from dental Mrs. E. B. Thomas left yoster- dny for Jackson, Miss., to spend the week end with Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Miller, formerly of Blytheville. Dr. Robert 'E. Stinson attended the Arkansas Dental Association school. Mrs. J. Max Walters has returned home from Little Rock, where she spent several days with her sister, Mrs. H. D. Alston, Jr., while she was convalescing. Mrs. John P. Hoffman and son. „ _ . ITT j.'l So Practical, V ersatue taffeta dress. Special guests included M'.-s. La drenia Glover, mother of the bride- elect, and Mrs.' Damon Mcieod, mother of the bride-groom-elect. They were also presented corsages of white carnations. Out-of-town guests were Mrs Clyde Long of Port Worth, Mrs. L.! Jackie, of Hot Springs and the M.' Moody of Dell. Mrs. Collice Gin- Rev. Bernard Brnckln, who has ver Mrs A M. Glover, Mrs. W.iyne; been at Corning this wcek con- McCullough and Miss Vivian Me-1 ducting a revival, arrived home ' Cullough of Manila. I to be with their father, Smith | Brackin. who was admitted to the | Blylheville Hospital. He is reported to be in a serious condition. Mr.s. R. L. Topper of Memphis, another daughter, was expected to arrive today. Mrs. Clyde J. Long and children. Beauton and Brit, will leave Sunday night for .New Orleans, and will fly from there to Puerto Rico to join M-Sftt. Long, who is stationed with the Air Force there, and make their home. They will be motored to New Orleans by her brother, A. C. Smith. Mrs. Long is the former Miss Millred Smith. Billy Matheny of Blythevillc, who is stationed at San Diego, Calif., aboard the USS Prairie, spent the week end In Long Beach as guests of Mrs. Katherine Alley and daughters, Bobby Jo and Billy .Jean, who recently moved from BIythevllle. Mrs. R. W. Lovett is confined to her home with pneumonia. She is reported to be slightly improved today. Bill Wilson of Little Rock is spending the week end with his sister, Mrs. Mnson Day, Jr., Mr. Day and family, and with his mother, Mrs. Julian Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Vcrnon B. Daws will be' in Memphis tonight to attend his fraternity banquet at Hotel Clo ridge. They also will be guests of his aunt, Mrs. George Bell, for the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Woolsey returned borne after several days In Benton, Mo., and Cape Girar- cleau. They visited Mr. Woolsey's nephew, Dick Williams, who is seriously ill at the State Osteopathic Hospital. George R. Carney is a patient at the Jefferson Barracks Veteran Hospital In St. Louis. He Is In E-2. room 253. Mrs. J. C. Ellis will spend next week in Washington, D. C., where she is attending the National Daughters of the American Colonists Assembly as a member of the hospitality committee. Miss Martha Nichols, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nichols, and a student at William Woods College, was one of three juniors to be named on the dean's list for the past quarter. Mrs. James B. Clark left today for Washington, D. C.. where 8914 :2.42 Sue Burnett Looking for a smock for your busy summer program? Then you'll be pleased with this easy to make version that doubles for chores indoors and out. With the belt added, It makes a charming dress for all occasions. Pattern No. 8914 is a sew-rlte perforated pattern in sizes 12. 14, 18, 18, 20; 40, 42. Size 14, short sleeve, 4Vi yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 375 Qulncy St., Chicago 0, 111. Don't miss the new Basic FASHION for '53. spring and summer. It's a complete spring sewing quide for smart, practical wardrobes; gift pattern printed inside the book. 25 cents. she attend the National Daughters of the American Colonists Assembly next week as national historian. She went early to meet with the national board of OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! SATURDAY NITE DOUBLE FEATURE A UNIVERSAt-IBIERNAIIONAl PICTURE -SATURDAY OWL SHOW- LEOPARD MAN STARRING DENNIS O'KEEFE & MARGO We invite .everyone who is in the Drive-In for the regular show to stay for the Owl Show rr Fidelas Class Meets jn Home Fidelas Class members of the First Baptist Church met Thursday at the home of Mrs. Frank Grig.sby with Mrs. Erby Hodpfe n-s co-hostess. Fourteen m embers and one guest, Mrs. E. R. JacK son, attended. Mrs. Francis Woods opened the meeting with a devotional, using ns her subject, "The Pause Thai Refreshes," which was followed by prayer by the teacher, Mr.s. C. E. Johnson. Mr.s. Alvin Hardy, president, presided in the business meeting. After the minutes were read and reports were made in the regular order of business, the class voted to make a special offering to the church nursery fund. Mrs. Johnson spoke briefly to (he class, and Mrs. Earl Walker dismissed the group with prayer. In the social hour, Mrs. Carl Wallr';e, fellowship chairman, conducted a Bible quiz. The hostess served a dessert course. | Friday Contract Club Entertained Mrs, Loy Welch was hostess at her I home yesterday for a niccllni; of j members of the Friday Contract Club. Pastel blossoms were used throughout the living room, where guests were entertained. Refreshments were served during the afternoon by the hostess. Mre. G. O. Poetz was winner of first place in bridge, with second going to Mrs. Loy Welch. SUNDAY-MONDAY Ricardo Montalban LOUIS CALHERN ANN HARDING ——- « Also Cartoon & Little Rascals Comedy Yester Year Club Meets Mrs. D, B. Abbott entertained ycs- lerdny for members of the Ve.ster Year Club. Flowers from her garden were used throughout her home. Three members of the club. Mrs. A. D. Fielder, Mrs. Bessie Dates and Mrs. Nita Bunch are celebrating birthdays this month, and were presented gifts. Mrs. Abbott's mother. Mrs. H. B. Markham, also is celebrating her birthday this month. She WHS given a hanky shower by the group. A birthday cake inscribed with "Happy Birthday, Bess, Matt, and Nita." were served during the afternoon. At the Hospitals niythcvllle Hospital Dismissed: Jim Crosskno, City Mrs. Willard Prlddy and baby, City. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Clay Matthews, City Mrs. Minnie Vlckery, City Mrs. J. P. Adkin and baby, City. management. Miss Peggy Jue of Osceola. has been elected reporter at Carnall Ha|l at University of Arkansas, Fayettcville. Mrs. O. M. Washington^ of Holly Grove, Ark., will arrive tomorrow' for a week's visit with her daughter, Mrs. J. H. Smart, and family. While here, she will attend the Methodist conference to he held hern next week. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Johnson and daughter, Beth, will have as their guests this week, Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Schafer and son. Carl. Jr., Joe Baird Hawkins, and Tommy'.Hawklns. all of Memphis, and Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Hawkins of Morrllton. Among those attending the Kennett. Mo., Garden Club tlower show and tea Thursday were Mrs. Lee Stiles. Mrs. W. L. Smith, Mrs. B. A. BugR, Mrs. Dave Abbott and Mrs. W. E. Buchanan, Coming Events Sunday Woman of the Your Tea is to be held at the W. L. Moxley home on East Main Street from 3 to 5 p.m. Monday Cotillion Club has 7:30 p.m. called bu.sinc.sft meeting at Hotel No- First Baptist Women's Missionary Union has l p.m. luncheon at the church, followed by 2 p.m. business and Roynl Service program. Kalie Hatton Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church has 7:15 p.m. meeting with Mi.*?, Adeline Lee. Members of the Faith Group of Christian Women's Fellowship of the Christian Church meets with Mrs. J C. Kills, Mrs. L. L. Ward Is program leader. Hope Group meets with Mrs. Boyce Moore, with Mrs. M. Fitzsimmons as program leader. Women of the First Presbyterian Church have meetings as follows: Circle One with Mrs, E. P. Borum, with Mrs. E. A. Rice, co-hostess at 2:80 p.m.; Circle Two at the church, with Mrs. Zal Harrison, and Mrs. Ross Stevens, hostesses at 2:30 p.m.; Circle Three with Mrs. E:l Tune at 1 p.m., for covered dish luncheon; Circle Four .with. Mrs. James S. Manly , with Mrs. Max Walters, cor hostess at 8 p.m.; and Circle Six with Mrs. Doyle Turner, Mrs. Newton Vick, and Miss Lois Fields, at the church, at 8 p.m. Tuesday Octave Club has meeting with Mrs. Leon Ocnnlng. Love Group of the Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church has 8 p.m. meeting with Mrs. Joe McHaney. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has 7:30 p.m. meeting with Mrs. T. H. Caraway at 1920 Hearn. N. N.. Bridge Club meets with Miss Br.Uy Ann Harbor. Members of the Country Club Duplicate Bridge League meet at the club. Mrs. Phillips Robinson entertains members of the La Petite Club at the Country Club. Mrs. E. M. Terry, Jr., is to members of the Tri-Town Club. Mrs. C. M. Smart is hostess to the Tuesday Club. Ynrbvo Home Demonstration Club as meeting. Nnw Liberty Baptist WMU has meeting. Wednesday Mrs. Harold Nunn is hostess to members of the GIB Club. Mrs. G. O. Poetz entertains members of Club Eight. Thursday Mrs. T. H. Caraway is hostess to- mtMiiber.s nf the GEO Club. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Colemnn Stevens Is hostess to La Nueve Club. Mrs. J. H. Smart is hostess to Kibitzer Club members. Thursday Club to be entertained by Mrs. .J. A. Leech. Mrs. Chester CaUhvell is hostess to the Thursday Contract Club Saturday Duplicate Bridge League game begins at 1 p.m. lit Hotel Noble. ClrcleH Meet Circle One of the Presbyterian Women met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Bill Cromer with 15 members present. Mrs. Harold Ohlendorf gave the devotional. Mrs. H. E. Phillips was the leader for a roundtable discussion on "What's Happening in Negro Work." At the conclusion of the program, Mrs. Cromer served a salad plate., Circle Two met with Mrs. Allen Segraves with 17 members present, Mrs. Joe Cromer, circle president, opened the meeting with "a prayer after which Mrs. David Laney In the devotional period discussed the life of Mark. Mrs. George Doyle led the discussion on "What's Happening in Negro Work." Mrs. Segraves served a salad plate during the social hour. Auxiliary Meets Calvary Episcopal Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. R. C. Hobson at Marie, with eleven members present. Mrs. Jim Hyatt, president, presided. Mrs. Harry Miller, Sr., gave the devotional. The hostess served a dessert course during the social hour. Celebrates Birthday Due to the rain Sunday, Sandra Pollard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Zeke Pollard, took her birthday- Easter egg hunt to the high school auditorium where games and egg hunting filled the afternoon. , Sally Walters was presented a prize for finding the most eggs and Victoria Wesson was given a prize for finding a golden egg. Birthday cake with 11 candles on it, decorated in Easter egg fashion and ice cream were served the 14 guests. Serves Supper A fried chicken supper was served by Mrs. Ben Butler, Sr., Tuesday night. Spring flowers formed the centerpiece for the dining table where the guests were seated. Following supper the guests played cards. Bridge Club Meets Mrs. Frank Edrington played with members of Tuesday Bridge Club, when it met with Mrs. Arthur Rogers. A dessert course preceded the game. Bouquets of spring flowers were Keen about the entertaining rooms. Mrs- Allen Segraves won high score and Mrs. Dane Fergus won second. Progressive Club Meets Mrs. Harry Miller, Jr., county health nurse, and Mrs, Dan Hamner of Memphis, representing Lc Bonheur Children's Hospital, were the principal speakers at the Progressive Club luncheon Tuesday. Mrs. Harry Matlock had charge of the program. , The club contributed $10 to the hospital. Other contributions were given by the members. Plans for the annual May banquet were made during the afternoon's meeting. Personals Miss Jeanette Woodward, who attends Jonesboro State College, .spent Easter with her parents. Friday Club Has Meeting in Home Mrs. BInn Heath and Mrs. Vernon Thomnsson were guests at the home of Mrs. Farris McCalla, when she entertained members of the Piiday Club at her home. Dessert was served from the curd tables, which were centered with Iris and violets, which were used throughout the living room. Mrs. S. E. Tune won first place in the bridge played during the afternoon, with second going to Mrs. H. A. Porter, and bridgo to Mrs. Heath. HEAR OUR NEW PASTOR /. H. MELTON SUNDAY - 9AM - STATION KLCN 11:00 A.M. - "GOD'S FELLOW WORKERS" 7:45 P.M. - "SALVATION AND GRACE" Sunday School-9:45 — Training Union-6:30 CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 16th & Chickasawba Burdette PTA Meeting Is Held Members ol the Burdette Parent- Teachers Association met at the school Thursday for a monthly business and program meeting. Mrs. Oscar Patterson gave the de- Mrs. Magee Is Honoree at Party Mrs. Grady Magee was honored with a layette shower yesterday afternoon, by Mrs. Everett Peterson, when guests included members of La Finesse Club and Mrs. Randall Hawks, and Mrs. Mary Ann Oslin. Spring flowers were used about the living room. Centering the gift table, an umbrella was decorated with blue crepe paper, mid tied with pink and blue ribbons, baby rattlers, and other ornaments. In the bridge games, Mrs. Richard Rose won first place, with second going to Mrs. Oslin. and bridge to Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Jr. Refreshments were served during the afternoon. Vendredi Club Is Organized Vendredi Club is the name chosen for a new bridge club which was formed last night, when Mrs. Billy Joe Gean was hostess to members at the Razorback drive-in. Other members include Mrs. A. S. Harrison. Mrs. Russell Mosley, Mi's. Dick Shanks. Mrs. Clyde Patton, Mrs. Sanford Tomlinson. Mrs. Hank Dodd and Mis. Calvin Hill. Two guests. Miss Barbara Ann Smith and Mi?s Vivian Taylor, met with members last night. After a dessert course was served, guests, played bridge, and winnens were Miss Taylor, high score, Mrs. Dodd, second high score, and Mrs. Hill, bridgo. yotlonal and the president's message win given by Mrs. John D. Sanders. The program was made up of musical selections presented by the High School Olee Club, under the direction of Mrs. Hilton Stcphenson in the absence of Mrs. Ellis Sandford. Peggy Young, County PPA sweetheart, sang "Side by Side," and Billy Lutes played several selections. Mrs. Conway Duncan presided in the business session, in which Mrs. Charles Hicks and Mrs. Charles Fraizler were elected delegates to the Little Bock convention next week. Mrs. Charles Singleton resigned as secretary, and was replaced by Mrs. Tom Callis. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Paul Long, Mrs. Elmer Cole, Mrs. Gingteton, Mrs. Mclvln Ellis, Mrs. L. E. Eubanks and Mrs. Logan Perkins. The May meeting will be held May 14 at 7:30 p.m. when County Judge Philip J. Deer will be guest speaker. New Liberty News UDC Chapter Has Guest Speaker Mrs T. P. Hudson, Mrs. E, R. Bogan. Mrs. Sue Brown and Mrs. C. C. Wood of Luxora were hostesses to members of the Elliott Fletcher Chapter o£ the TJnited Daughters of the Confederacy Thursday at Hotel Noble at a 12:30 luncheon. Tables were decorated in white and red, the chapter colors, using tulips, and iris and white dogwood. A special guest was Mrs. Bruce H. Sawyer of Little Rock, presk'c-it of the Arkansas Division of UDC. She spoke on the watchword, purposes and objectives of UDC. She was presented a corsage of red and white carnations by the chapter. Other guests included Mrs. Don Fletcher of Joiner. Mrs. Eljzabeth Silliman of Luxora, and Mrs. Dana Gipson. of St. Louis, houseguest of Mrs. Charles Alford. OKA Club Mrs. E. H. Crook was hostess at her home for a 1 p.m. luncheon for members of the ORA Club Tuesday. The table from which lunch wa» served was overlaid with white linen cloth and was centered with Iris. Lilacs and Easter lilies were used In her living room. Mrs. W. J. LeRoy of Tort Smith was a guest. Personals Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams »nd son, Billy, spent the week end with relatives at Humboldt and Trenton, Tenn. Mrs. William McKinzie of Glen- . coe. Mo., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Orville McGuire and the Rev. Mr. McGuire. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wood and son, Jimmy, of Byhalla, Miss., were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Crook. They came especially for the marriage of Miss Jan Dickinson to Thomas Wood Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Cater and daughter of Memphis were the week end guests of Mrs. Cater't parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. McDonald. Drug Stores Will Close Sunday Afternoons The following Drug Stores will be open Sundays from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. KIRBY BROS. BORUM'S KIRBX, DRUG WOODS,, ROTHROCK OWENS CITY DRUG STORE Club Meeting Is Held at Home Mrs. Harold Eubanks was hostess last night to members of the Stitch and Chatter Club at her home, when guest was her sister-in-law, Mrs. Raymond Crawford of Ocean Side, Calif. White cut flowers were arranged throughout the hostess' home. After guests , played party games, which were won by Mrs. Crawford and Mrs. Carl Long, the hostess served refreshments. She was assisted by Mrs. Thomas Dorris. SATURDAY DOUBLE FEATURE Serial: Secret Code Also Cartoon: "Soapy Opera" SUNDAYS, MONDAY j . / • JL. (JjuA, vC— because her fear was J greater than her shame t M-G-M « BARBARA STANWYCK BARRY SULLIVAN RALPH MEEKER ALSO PARAMOUNT NEWS EXTRA! Special... RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. Mike O'Kccfc Mr. & Mrs. .lames Wcslbrook Mr. & Mrs. Henry Hughes Mr. & Mrs. Kloyti Hnralson Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times SATURDAY Double Feature RANDOLPH SCOTT Zone GREY'S SERIAL: Gang Busters Also Cartoon SUN - MON Double Feature —Plus— Also Metro News

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