The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 7, 1948 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 7, 1948
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Society ' BLYTHEVTLLB (AKK.y COURIER KEWg Phone 4461 •jflirror Room I» Setting For Red Razzoo Banquet Th« annual banquet of the R«J R««x. e « Club of Blythevllle High School wa. held last night In the Mirror Room of Hotel Noble with Garth daughter Cattlfo, :r. and Mrs. ot »<»* vtt v>a*viiu, 05 QUfrfin Of tllfi club highlighting the evening. This l« the first year the club has chosen a queen. Miss Castlio was crowned by Buddy Halsell, vice- president. i.^" emi ** the P ro «™rn was, Things To Keep." Following the Invocation, "For Things To Keep Our Thanks," given by Dickie Greenwell, Dick Williams gave the wekome address and Jimmie Frances demon* gave the response. Barbara Monaghan, pianist, presented a selection, "Melodies Which Linger on," after which C. G. Redman spoke on the subject, J Friends Thou Hast." Red Pepper Club Has Steak Supper At Fly Inn Senior memberi of (he Red Pepper Club of Blythevllle High School were entertained by the other members of the club with a steak supper yesterday at the Ply Inn. Honored guests were Peggy Fleeman, president; LeUt Ro« Castlio, vice-president; Mary Morgan tec- retury; Arm Cathey, treasurer; Arden Ferguson, reporter; June Buchanan, iergeant at amis; Carolyn Wade, historian, Evelyn Cunningham, Jane Hatcher, Ann Orr Marian Mayes, Billy Jan» Rcdgers, Barbara Monaghan, Dorothy Wright-; Jimmy Prances demons, Willagene Daws, Vernell O'Neal Catherine Westbrook, Catherine Graham, Sue Widener »nd Mildred Ann Short Officers elected for next year are Patsy Besharse, president: Martha Jo Ann entitled, "Memories,' . "rtiose J Dale Dlxon, Prancea , vice-president- secretary;' Marv Be«y followed by , , y « speech given by Jack Horncr. His ect was, "Things We've Done elher." A duet, "Sweetest Story Ever Told," was presented by Jlm- mle Henry and Jo Ann Trlesch- man. "Musings" was the topic of a talk by Charles Henderson, after which Jack Homer presented a solo, "Ad»nle Cantabile," by Peter Tsch- alkowcky. "Things I'd Change" was the topic chosen by R. A. Friend, and Jimmie Henry spoke on, "You Yourself, shall Keep the Keys." At the close of the .program the group sang "Auld Lang Syne" and the Alma Mater. Officers of the club are Dick Wlllfams, president; Buddy Halsell, vice-president; Dickie Greenwell, secretary; and Billy Joyner, treasurer. Coach Walter S. Davis Is the are R. A. sang a solo | Layson, treasurer; Jean Dedman •" — ' •"- reporter; Ann McLeod, sergeant at arms; and Ramona Crafton, historian. Betty Holland and Peggy Hipp are the other two members. Miss Besharse presented the retiring president with a string ot pearls and Miss Luna B. Wilhelm, club sponsor, was presented a pearl pin. Guests included Miss Rosa Hardy, assistant superintendent, and Miss Frances Bowen. sponsor. Red Razzoo members Friend, Charles Henderson, Jimmie Henry, Jack Homer, John Hoover, Don Kerbough, Braham Partlow, Wade Reeves Jr., James Westbrook, Charles Mulllns, Don Peterson, C. Q- Redman, Mose Simon, Harry Fritzius, Ira Koonce, Joe Poe, Frank Wagner and Butord Young. Asso'• elate members are Charles Crigger, Dick Shanks, Marlon Smith, Perry Rothrock and Don Smart. juests other than the members J their dates Included Miss Luna _. Wilhelm, program advisor, Miss Roga Hardy and Mr. and Mrs.-W. B. Klcholson. Mrs. Lynch Entertains Mid-Week Club Members Mrs. B. -A. Lynch was hostess yesterday when she entertained members or the Mid-Week Club with a two course luncheon at her home on W. Main. Luncheon was served at the din- Ing table, which was centered with a striking arrangement of mixed Spring flowers in a low bowl. Roses •nd daises were arranged throughout the home. Following the luncheon, . brld/e •was played with Mrs. Cecil Shane winning high score and Mrs. H. H. Houehint second high. . * • • Bridge Luncheon Given At R. F. Kirshner Home Thursday Luncheon Club mem- V« were guests yesterday when Mn. R. F. Kirshner entertained at her home. An arrangement of iris In a low crystal bowl centered the dining table, at which the luncheon was Mired. Vases ol early Summer flowers were used to decorate the home. .During the afternoon bridge gam- Ik Mrs. J. A. Leech won high Kore and Mrs. C. W. Afflick, •«o- ond high. Sorority Meeting Held At Bob Blaylock Home Mrs. Bob Blaylock Jr., was hostess at her home Wednesday night when she entertained members of the Alpha Beta Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha. New pledges of the sorority were presented their pledge pins at this meeting with the initiation being conducted by Miss Marjorie Robertson, vice-president. Miss Blllie Damon, president, presented the , membership pins. Minutes of the last meeting were Octette Club Complimented At Luncheon in Memphis Member* of the Octette Club were entertained yesterday with a luncheon In Memphis by Mrs. Edna Jarmon at the home of her sister Mrs. Guthrle King. The dining room table, at which the guests were seated, was covered with a lace cloth and centered with a novel arrangement of ml.vec 1 Spring flowers In a low crystal bowl flanked by pale green tapers burn- Ing in crystal candelabra. A green and white color scheme was carried out in al) the decorations of the table. When bridge games were played during the afternoon, Mrs. Edwin Robinson won high, Mrs. Langston Ashford won second and Mrs. James Hill, Jr., bridge. Attractive arrangements of Dutch Iris were arranged room of the home. In the living Mothers Are Honored At Yarbro P.T.A. Meeting The Yarbro Parent-Teacher Association met yesterday afternoon at the school with mothers of school age children as special guests ' Mrs. William Wyatt gave the devotional and a round table discussion was held on "How Children Should Spend Their Vacation" Mrs. Alice Marie Ross led this discussion and she said the school made available books If children were unable to visit the city library. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, supervisor of Blytheville Elementary Schools said the minimum for each child during the Summer Is four books and that she would offer a prize to the room reading the most books. Mrs. William Wyatt, out-going president was presented a gift by the group. Refreshments were served in the lunch room of the school. read by Miss Butonne Jaggers and er's report. It was decided meeting that the group would donate ten dollars each month to "Care." Bouquets ot roses, iris and mock orange decorated the home tor the affair. The hostess, assisted by Miss Martha Burks, served a dessert course with iced drinks. * » * * Bridge Luncheon Given By Mrs. Gean Atkinson u , Mrs. Elliott Hostess •- To Demonstration Club Mrs. Gean Atkinson hostess yesterday when she entertained with a bridge luncheon a her home on Chickasawba Avenue. The individual tables, at which the luncheon was served, were covered with cut-work linen cloths and cen- The Armorel Home Demonstration Club met yesterday at the home of Mrs. C. C. Elliott for their monthly business session. There were 18 members and three guests, Mrs. Hugh Edward Tate of McComb Miss., Mrs. Mary Moose of Memphis and Mrs. Herbert Graham of Armorel, present. Following the pot luck luncheon Mrs. Talt Meter, president, presided during the business session at urer reports were, given. Mrs. W. o. Anderson gave the devotional and led the group in prayer. During the program, mem- Bits of Now* .purnament. They will return home Mi', and Mr«, E . B. Gee and B. ?• Ge * •£• » r « »» latle Rock W | ler e they win attend the state Golf toumarn—' " Sunday, Mrs. Nceley Young and children of Dandrldge, Va., will arrive tomorrow for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Churchill Buck. Miss Ann Crook arrived from Uallus, Texas, for an Indefinite visit with her mohtcr ,Mrs. J. E. Crook. Mr and Mrs. E. H. Ford are spending several days in Little Rock. Mrs. Ford will visit with friends and relatives and Mr. Ford will attend the Scottish Kite Bodies Reunion. Mr. Ford Is Clnss Director and Major In the Dining Room for the Scottish Rile. Mr. and Mrs. James Hill Jr., had as thDir guests Wednesday night, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond F. Knyser cf Shrevcport, La., and Mr. mid Mis. Paul McMann of Dallas, Tex. Mrs. Lex Haynes and son, James Robert, are In Mammoth Springs, Ark., where they will spend a short time with relatives. They were called there because of the death of her mother, Mrs. Lula Melveu, who died in her home Sunday. Miss Gertrude Bond. Home demonstration agent for Mississippi : County, will spend the weekend in Holly Springs, Miss., a* guest of lier brother, R. W. Bond and family. Her mother. Mrs. R, H. Bond of Unioi. City, Tenn., will also be there for the weekend. Robert Purtle, who is a sophomore at Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, accompanied by his rommate, Louis Dellinger of St. Francis, Ark., will spend the weekend here with relatives. Mrs. Russell H. Farr left today for Ashdown, Ark., where she will visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Plerey for several days. Condition of Thelmer McOlothen, who has been a patient at the Baptist Hospital .in Memphis for the past six months,' Is much Improved. He will be dismissed from the hospital Sunday. Mrs. McGlothen will accompany him home. Billy Brnccy, Gordon Hammock Jimmy Henry and Harold Traylor eft this morning for "Payettevllle,, where they will attend the rush : party of Sigma Chi Fraternity tomorrow night. They will return Sunday. Mr and Mrs.. Firman Bynum and Mrs George Clark are spending today In Memphis. The Rev. Lester D. Struhhar, pastor of the First Christian Church, was In Little Rock yesterday, where ne attended a meeting at the Chrls- :lan Church there for the church enlargement crusades In town and country churches. Garden Club Organized By CaruthersYille Women CARUTHER8VILLE. Mo., May 7 —Mrs. L, H. Schult wat elected prudent of th» newly organiied garden club, at a meeting here Wednesday at the public library. Thirty-two were present for the meeting. The name aelecled was "Oivlc Garden Club." mid the group will meet on the second Monday afternoon ol each month, the next meeting to be June a. At that meeting, Mrs, Virginia Joplin will be In charge of Hie program, which will have as Us theme llower arrangement, and each member will be asked to bring a llower arrangement and answer roll call with s garden hint, Mrs, Schull s,ald the club wns formed (or those women Interested in llower gardening mid civic Improvement. Other officer* elected were: Mrs C. Hemlricks, vice-president; Mrs. J. W. Cat-mean, secrelnry; Mrs. H. C. Dent, treasurer. Mrs, Curtncr Pierce and MM. .John VnnAitstinll were nemed as program commute*. Osceola Junior Class to Present 3-Xct Comedy OSCEOLA, Ark., May 7.-A three act comedy entlllcd "Betty's Last Bet", will be presented by the Osceola High School Junior Class lo- nlght at 7:30 in the high school auditorium. Those who will lake pnrt Include Peggy Chiles, PcgRle Douglas, Steve Ralph Jr., Billy Kersey, David Pendergrast, Roy Woolen and Boyd Hendrlx. Miss Margurlte Reid and Mrs Evelyn Mills are the directors. Key. Seymore to Speak At Nazarene Church Here The Rev. Paul Seymore, pastor of. n* £\% ChUrch ° f tlle Naznreno! In Muldrow, okla.. will be guest 1 speaker at the Nnznrciic church 1 here Simday^jnoniliig during the Pot-Lwcfc Dinner He/if By Sunday School Classes OSCEOLA, Ark., May 1-Mcm- bers of the Phllathea Class of the rirst Baptist Church and members of the Flannlgan Class of the Wrst Methodist Church met In the social rooms of the Baptist Church last night for a pot-luck dinner, Eighty-four members of classes attended this affair. Mrs. Felix Stephcnson and Mrs Victor Bell, presidents of the classes presided over \he meeting. Mrs. W. 11. Flnnnlgsn gave the Invocation nml responses were heard from the class teachers, Mrs. Earl Wright tind Mrs. Flnnnigan. Members of (he Flannlgan class were in charge of the musical prog- inm that followed the dinner. Mrs. Jim Henry gave a vocnl solo entitled "Mother MacCreo" and this was followed by a reading given bv Miss Helon Martin. A trio composed of Mrs. H. J. Couchmai], Miss Martin and Mrs. Henry gavo several numbers, Mrs. W. W. Wason served «8 accompanist. The dinner was served buffet stylo from tables arranged to form an "H" and was centered with flg- urlnges depleting Mother's Day. The tables were outlined with crystal Iwu'ls filled with red and while roses. Mrs. Russell J. Clubb gavo the l)encdlctlon. Coming Events Civic Calendar Friday Institute, Dr. Jarvls 7:00, Hotel Noble. • • • Osceofa Events Friday Junior Play in the high school auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Typhoid Inoculations Given School Children Mrs. Annabel Fill, county health Mrs. Stanford to Present prayer. During the program, mem-j jiumuro 10 I-rest bers discussed the tour observing I Piano Class in Recital nomp lmnrniF»tvn.Ti+c „„,* 1 i •m»^»»»«» --..i vi.ov.uocu me iuur oDserving J home improvements and gardens for National Home Demonstration Week from May 2 through May 9 Miss Gertrude Bond, home demon- stal bowls. __.„._„ ,.,„„„, » ua ccn _ Mlss Gertru( i e Bond home dpmnn .Tendlr M^iT.^ °' y( n'° W and 5tration "•"'• ««« ^™ heTpfuI lavender iris in a Inw VPII™ ,„_ hlnu on |nsect control M ' th(j I close of the meeting, Miss Bond gave a demonstration on table setting service and etiquette. t«ncon with prizes being won by Mrs. Betty Phillips, high and Mrs. Weldon Rainwater, second. Bouquets of yellow roses were arranged in the living room and a mixed bouquet of Spring flowers wai j at her home on W. Walnut. LUXORA, Ark.. Mny 7—Mrs. T. L. Stanford will present her piano class In a recital Monday evening May io, at 7:30, in the school audi- . Eldridge Hostess To Bunco Club, Guest Mrs. Herman Hoffman was guest Wednesday with members of the Friendly Eight Club, when Mrs. Clyde Eldridge entertained at her home. In the afternoon bunco games Mrs. H. A. Jones won high scored Mrs. Hoffman, low score and Mrs' Eldridge. bunco. Attractive arrangements of roses in mixed shades, peonies and honeysuckle were used In the home. Refreshments were served by the hostess. placed on the piano. • « • Thursday Rook Club Meets With Mrs. Eaton Mrs. .Wendell Eaton entertained members of the Thursday Rook Club yesterday afternoon at the home ol Mrs. Neville Blakemore. When rook games were played, Mrs. Haskcll Blankenship won hlgn, Mrs, Leon Scherer, second high, and Mrs. T. W. Goforth, rooko. Bouquets of peonies, roses and honeysuckle decorated entertaining rooms of the home for the affair. The hostess served refreshments. The club was re-organiwd at the meeting yesterday and before this was called the Jolly Eight Club. • • • Mrs. Wilson Is Hostess To Bridge Club Members Mrs. Baker Wilson was hostess yesterday when she enterUinec members of the Thursday Contract Club with a three-course luncheon - — ers. Peonies and roses were decorations I used in the home. Mrs. Henry Humphreys won high score in the afternoon bridge games '"" "" " E. Keck won second and Mrs. G. high. torlum. Those taking part on the program are Dixie Hazel Howard, C. B. Wood III; Charlie Joe Kochenderferjfan- cy Berry, Billy Thweatt, Mary Virginia Poteet, Christine Johnson, is Hill VT i. . on w - walnut. ginia Poteet, Christine Jo liiiTif g '5' at which the Davicl Hil1 ' James H!1 '. Dorl luncheon was served, held as a cen- M ""« *— *--' — —•• terpiece a crystal bowl tilled with r^,.^v. lris and felue cornnowcrs , , Nora Ann Jackson, Kay Whitmore] Cecil Wright, John Thweatt, Calvin Wllklns, Travis Montgomery, Elolse Wright, Deane Stevens, Molly Tomlin, Melba .McCullar, Tommle Jo Oliver, Felix Brown and Peggy Rog- regular Sunday worship hour. , . The Rev. Mr. Seymore lived In Blythevllle a number of years ago nnd has held several pastorates In different sections or Arkansas -^—^•^»——^«™ Methodists Okay Pension for Lay Church Workers .BOSTON, May 7. <UP)_A pen- son plan toi- lo.OOo lay employes of the Methodist Church was approved today by delegates to the qua- rttcnnlHl General Conference. Unanimously adopted, the plan provides that employes of the church's dozen agencies may retire at i he age of 80 on pensions pro- viced by Joint, church-employe con- li'lbutlons. The plan becomes effective June 1. It was adopted because the church, as a non-protit agency, docs not come under social security provisions.. Employes will contribute J per cont of their nnmml pay and church agencies 6 por cent. Also adopted was a resolution saying that Methodism "Is determined not to allow Intimidation -,f its clergy." This asked laymen's cooperation In maintaining a free pulpit "in the presence of social systems that deny It," "We deprecate the tendency to label our ministers as hopeless conservatives on the one hand or dangerous radicals on the oilier" the resolution snld. Most Important influence on their decisions will be the report of the powerful Stato-of-the-Cliuroli Committee. The report recommends a world ledcrntlou of nnllcms, OPDOSM Universal Military training and culls lei- extended civil rights lee- islallon. Mittourioi, Y Cor onet OAROTHERSVIUX, Mo., The picture of a form* ertvllle resident, afn. iiow pj Campbell, appeailath May Usue of Coronet Magada* m •he 'picture story" section, which hw been appearing for *er«nl months and it heided "Th« A»Klean Woman.". Ifaj. Br*i*h«r •» . The family lived in (his dty for many years, and air the children graduated from the local «hooS for » number of years. Mr. Brad" l " mother of M Read Courier News Want Ada.. nurse for Mississippi County will give Inoculations for typhoid at th No. 9 Schools Tuesday, she an nounccd today. Both the while xn Negro students In-the schools wl receive Inoculations. The school children at the Hut man school and the W and 8 s:ho were inoculated tor typhoid durln this week. FRESHEST you canty STEWARTS EGG RICH MAYONNAISE Distributed b.v L D. Ftenlaj. BlylhevUle, Art "Let's Take Mother To The Noble Sunday" What could be more thoughtful for Mother's Day than to take her to the Coffee Shop for dinner? She'll ba pleased at the special dishes we have planned for her, the courteous service, and the quiet, air-conditioned surroundings. Plan now for a family dinner at tho Noble, and make Mother's Day one she won't forget. HOTEL NOBLE Coffee Shop Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:15 Show Starts 2:00 USTEN TO KLCN >:*0 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.: Last Time Today My Wild Irish Rose with Dennis Morgan and Anrtm Klnj Continuous Showing Everyday ' Saturday TK WSTUK WHISPERED MS NMR ...tad Mb 6wn Maittd Hte FMM Bead Courier News Want Ads. Best treat for Mother On "Her day" or any day, Mother en j«y s her favorite foods deliciossly prepared at (he Rustle Inn. She'll love you for being *, thoughtful-and th» rest of the family enjoys ealhig here too! The RUSTIC INN Roses in $11 ou> Cake 7 Inch Layer - - . . $1.20 9 Inch Layer - - - - $2.00 Limited Suppfy — Phone Your Order Early Dial 2073 HARFS BAKERY 117 lent Main A Rare Candy Treat--- Exclusive of Nichols Drug Store Country Store Candies of Beverly Hills Chocolates or Summer Assortment Also a Complete Assortment of HOLLINGSWORTH and MORRIS CANDIES .Sundries Nichols Drugs ^v^ ^f/f./i^l, /Ti/f;^h^/t O, . -WHITE- DENNIS MOORE ITAIUMO .W.UIT n/ml AUO HI, n<i, ,.,,, SerUl "Ten Granger" No. S and Short Cont. Shows Sat. 11 a.m...H:30 p. r Sunday and Monday Paramount News; Also Shorts Cont. Showing Sunday 1:30 to 11:00 Comlnir Tuesday A- Wednesday May 11 & 1Z "DUEL IN THE SUN- with Gregory Pick Si Jennifer Jones. (ONE'S Beauty Shop 111 North 2nd St. OPEN EVENINGS by APPOINTMENT Operators: Fayon Porter Marie McLeod Rodery Mildred Burnett Phone 3132 REGISTERED PHARMACIST 427 PHONE MWWfc ! You Are Cordially • Invited to Visit The I Accessory Shop • Feminin* Apparel i Mabel Hogan Jessie Srlte i Hotel Nobb Bldg. i , Blytheville, Ark. Dr. W. f. BREWER*' 1 DENTIST OFFICE 209 W W. MAIN BT PHONE 2172 Blylhevllle, Ark. Box Office Opens 6:3» Show SUrti «:45 Openi Sunday 1:00; Start* 1:13 Continuous Shows s»t * SUM. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday No paavr* honored on Sunday • Hour Theatre Last Time Today- Do UBLE FEATURE Tangier with MirU Mrm(«r and Foster Cross My Heart with Betty HntUm * Sonny Ttfte Serial "Canadian Mount**" N«. 1* and Short SATUKDAY NMAYNAWX. SMOKING GUNSi '•'.'.•," Kdnsed On Jilm Cbaoiv Serial "C«n»dlin Mounted- No. U and Shorts Contlniow Showing Sunday and Monday 'ont. Showing Sunday 1:3* til ll: THE TOT SHOP FOR ALL BABY NEEDS 110 S. Second Phorc 2308 Closed Wednesday tfter*

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