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MONDAY, MAY 10, 1948 BLYTHEVTLLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWI PAOK FTV» NewA phone 4461 *Plow Parly" Is Held By B. H. S. Boys Beta Club A "Plow Party" was held Saturday night at the Woman's Clubhouse •t 7 o'clock by members of the Boys Beta Club of Blythevllle High School. The clubhouse was decorated with the club's colors, which are black and gold. The tables at which the dinner was served buffet style, were covered with black and gold cloths nnd centered with bouquets 'Jf Spring flowers In keeping with the club colors. The speaker's table was covered with a black and gold cloth and was centered with a low crystal bowl filled with yellow roses and flanked by yellow tapers burning In crystal candelabra. Jimmy Henry, who Is retiring president, gave the welcome address and Marian Mayes ..gave the response. R. C. Allen sang a solo entitled "Donkey Scranade" and this was followed' by the quartet composed of Jimmy Henry, R. O. Alley, JBrol Evans and C. G. Redman ™ging "Old McDonald Had A Farm" accompalned by Jimmy Lowe at the piano. The new pledges which Included, E. B. Gee Jr., Larry Lutz, Billy Bracey, Kenneth Hood and Graham £ndbury, were given their Initation by Jimmy Lowe, who is treasurer of the club. Following the dinner program, the group spent the evening dancing. Guests for the affair included Bob McGraw who is the sponsor, Mrs. ' McGraw, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Nicholson, Miss Rosa Hardy. Harold Besancency Miss Betty Boyd and Mrs. Wilson Henry. • * • Christian Church C. Y. F. Honors Senior Members Bill Doolin and Banning Anderson who are members of the Senior class of Blytheville High School were guests of honor last night when they were entertained by members of the C. Y. P. of the First Christ- Ian Church In the Fellowship Hull . of the church at 8:30. Harold Besanceny gave the welcome address and the Rev. Lester Strubhar, pastor gave a talk on a "Thought To A Graduate". The U4up suns "We Are On The Chrtst- ' lEi Trail" and also conference songs The songs were under the direction Circus Party is Given Honoring Band Members Blythevllte High School and Junior High School Band members were honored Friday night with » banquet in the high school lunchroom. Theme for the circui parly was •Under The Big Top." The circus barkers, who were Virgil Hanley and Gene Dedinon, could be heard as the guests entered the room. Before the show began, the circus band composed of Carrot! Evans, Jimmy Lowe, Larry Hearn, Howard Bailey and Jimmy Phillips, presented a selection entitled, "Under the Big Top." Armorel Honor Students Ring Master Jack Homer gave the welcome address, alter which Jim Lancashire gave the devotional. A reading entitled, 'Circus" was given by Jlmmle Frances demons. Jack Homer told of Ills experiences on his first visit to the circus. The long tables in the room were arranged In a U shape and were covered with white cloths. Mtnature circus wagons, animals, clowns holding ballons and other circus decorations were arranged on Us Mr. and Mrs. Lealon F. Hodge to- tables. A salad course,Vvhlch was a day announce the marriage of their i congealed red salad, added to the iieice, Miss Vernell O'Neal, to wil- attractiveness of the table dccorat- • Ions. Following the Introduction of new liam Orin Qreen Jr., son of Mr. ind Mrs. William Orin Green Sr.] of Manila. The ceremony was solemnized Friday, Sept. 26, In Manila, with the Rev. F. M. Sweet, retired Methodist minister, officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bright were their only attendants. Mrs. Green will graduate from Blytheville High School this month, where she has participated in school activities. Mr. Green is a mathematics instructor at Blythevllle High School and the couple will make their home here. of Jlmmie Lowe. The refreshments were served Lynvan Henson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Henson, has l>ecn selected as valedictorian of Armorel High School and Ml&s Vivian Tankcrsloy, daughter of Mrs. Frank Moore, salutatorlan. Bits of News officers, Karl Wadenpfhul, band dircclor, presented a short, speech, after whtch the hand crlcus played several circus tunes. Guests other than band members included Mrs. Karl Warienpfuhl, Miss Rosa Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Nicholson and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Caldwell. • • • Miss Vinson Is Honored With Crystal Shower Miss Mildred Trail and members of the Young Women's Auxiliary of Calvary Baptist Church were hostesses when they entertained at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. p. H. Jernigan Friday night with a crystal -shower complimenting Miss Peggy Vinson, bride-elect of Buck Germany. Games were played under the direction of Mrs. Beula Lloyd and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Banister spent the weekend In Osccola ns guests o! Mr. Banister's parents, Mr. and kansas, Fayettcville. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dodd spent the weekend here as guests of Mrs. Dodd's parnts, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Reeves. Mrs. Carl Wetenkamp and daughter, Louella of Memphis are the guests of her son, A. R. Wetenkamp, Mrs. Wetenkamp and family for several days. Mrs. C. A, Cunningham is spending several days In Little Rock. Millard Edds, who Is a student at the University of Arkansas Medical School, Little Rock, spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr. and , - s served refreshments Reece, Yarbro, Junior High and I of lce cream and individual cakes, | Bob Lancashire of Memphis spent Senior High. with the inscription "Peggy and j yesterday here with his parents, Mr. Students Will Present Spring Music Festival The Public School Music Departments of Blylheville School District will present a Spring Music Festival tomorrow. 7:30 p.m., at the High School Stadium. Schoqls which i prizes were awarded to the winners will participate are Central, Lange,! ln each game. Sudbury, Clear Lake, Flat Lake,'. Tne hostess served refreshments Mrs. C. E. Edds. Mrs. Fred Banister. Miss Jones W»H Present Pupils in Piano Recital Miss Minnie Lee Jones will present her plnno pupils in n recital st Holland High School auditorium Thursday night at 8 o'clock. Pupils who will participate on tho proernm are Pnt.sy Jean Utley, Jnckle Henley, Jlmintc Little, lieu- Inh Fay Channel!, Shirley Ann Wilford, Violet Jones, Joe Byron Holly, Miss Tommi* Lou Stewart '« Wod to Jrurumn Barber O6CEOLA, Ark., May 10—Mr, and Hr». Max Stewart today announce he marriage of their daughter, Mist Tomtnto l«u Stcwttt to Truman Barber, son of Mr, and Mrs. lycle Barber of OKCola. The marriage was solemnized In Herna.-jdo, Miss,, February 22 wl l ,h (he Rev. M, C. Whltlon, pastor of the Baptist Church, officiating. Mr. and Mm. Charle* Wygul of OSCROIK were their, only attendant*. Mrs. Barber Is * member of tho IMA graduating cla« of the Osceola Kith School. Mr. Biirbcr attended school In Tupelo, Mls«. The couple will make tholr home In Osceolt, »her« he is employed. Honored Tony Little, Billy Henley and la- mar Ashley. Mnx Harrison accompanied oy Pu l )lls f rom Blylhcville who wi'.l Edscl Hnrber. Mnc Williams and b . c Siicsts on llio program are Billy Prank Nicholson spent the weekend l» a ™y. Ann Hester, Alice Ledbetler, here with their parents. They are| jelin W'WlPs, n°»"'e Nell McCor- stuctents at the University of At- mlck ' foggy VnnWinkle, dlenda ' Penny, Delores Penny and Joy Gaines. At The Hospitals Blvlhevllfe HmplUI Dismissed: Mrs. Venion Marr, city. Miss Neely Perry, city. Sue House, Tomato, Ark. \Vilma Je«n Barnett, city. Mrs. L, N. Jones, Cooler, Mo. Mrs. Melton Snow smrt bfttry, city. ' Mrs. E. M. Bourlnnd and baby, Mnnllx. Lucille Jordon, city. Mrs. W. T, Fitzgerald, city. Thomas Brigance, Cooler, Mo. Walls HosplUl • Dismissed: B. B, Blncltburn, Caruthersvllle, Missouri. Junior Cooper, city. Mrs. Amos Hays. clly. Mrs. C. H. Kctclnim «nd baby, iteelo. M. L. Hawkins, city. John Thomas Collins, Stecle. Eugene Moody, Cooler, Mo. Philip Lncer, SUele. O. H. Morgan, Manila. O. R. Kelly, clly. Mona the high schoof band. The program f"^.;^ from a table covered with a lace cloth and centered with a low crystal bowl filled with red roses. .Placecards were miniature blackboards. Bill Doolin, who ts the president, was presented a gift by the group. Those who were In charge of the refreshments were Mrs. J. C. towe, Mrs. Lester Strubhar, Mrs. C.' A. Tant, Jean Dedman and Louella Alley. • • • Sunday School Class Meets at Baptist Church Members of trse Dorcas Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church met at the church Friday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. for a business meeting and program. Mrs. M. W. Lewis presided. Mrs. diaries Newcomb gave the devotional and Miss Hazel Brannon, who is educational secretary of the church gave a talk on "His- B 'urdeUe"High School" torical Values". Mrs. C. B. Lemons | Tho3e who wil , part i cipate are closed the meeting with prayer and i pats stcw ard, Peggy Lloyd, Bi-.t- . Mrs. J. P Tonrpkms and Mrs. Lemons served refreshments. • * • Mrs. Nowell Is Hostess To Bunco -Club, Guests JjfcMrs. Lane Nowell was hostess Fri- '^Jiy when she entertained members of the Alpha Beta Bunco club and three guests, Mrs. Herman Turner, Mrs. Bill Gllbow and Mrs. Raymond Shamblln at her home on E. Ken- Mrs. Lanier Reed Is director at junior high school, Mrs. Ralph Berryman, director of the grade school music classes, Mrs. Wilson Henry, senior high school, and Karl Wa- denpfuhl, band director. Miss Elizabeth Halstead is director of the, Lange School Rhythm Band and i Byron Moore is band master. The selections will be presented by the ensemble, third, fourth and sixth grade units, Lange first grade Rhythm Band, Junior High Glee Club, Senior High Choral Club and Buck" on them. I and. Mrs. E. R. Lancashire. Miss" Barbara Culllson, student at Special numbers featured on the program will be a trumpet solo Fred Burress and a double quarette composed of members of the Holland High School Glee Club. Mn. Th« Sh»dj on** ; Olub met Friday *t tb* Mn Raymond DOWIICT with '< a members »nd on* Ttaibx pnuntAH Mr«. K. 8. LovelMi, praMwt presided during the butinw t». slon; Opening prayer wu give* b> Mrs. Mafctle Bollng, Mttr which few memberi answered the roll call t telling why people should ham' physical and denUl twice a year. A demonstration on how to cord was given by Itn. Bill DMBWT. The meeting WH dUmiM«d bj lira. Bollng who rend, "Th» Fklthftil Few." . Following the busliuw refreshments were icmd by hosua*. who wu ucUtcd by mother, Mr. 0. I. Runyo«. Milt Jayne Adams of Osceol* WM selected to serve RS first princess at he Jlfth aiuuiHl pin-up Dance, ,'lilch was held May 7 In the Mem- >rlai Gymnasium of the Augusta iIIHUry Academy, Staimton, Va. vllss Adams is » Jvinlor &l Stuart lall and Is a member of the Dra- nalic Club there. She Is the daughter of Mrs, George Adams of Oece- >U, Ark. meeting of the Methoduit Youth Fellowship of the we*, tonlfht »t 7:30 o'clock. Methodist Youth Will Meet at Church Here The Methodist Youl.li Fellowship o( the First Methodist Church here will be hosts to the sub-district 50 Home Demonstration Club Members Make Tour Approximately 50 members from four home demonstration clubs toured gardens and homes In the Yarbro Community over the Coming Events Social Calendar Tueiday Trl-Town Bridge Club members being entertained at. the home of Mrs. James Terry, Tuesday Bridge Olub members meeting nt. the home of Mrs. Jesse Taylor. La Nueve club being entertained at the home of Mrs. Melvln Halsell. Mrs. S. P. Martin and Mrs. M. O. Usrcy entertaining members of Crmrlevolx Chapter, D. A. R., with a luncheon at Hotel Noble. Mrs BACKACHE For quick comloitlni help for Btckteht. Kh.iiBi»llo P.Ins. OelUni Up MUhU. Uroni cloudi urlw, triltatlni pMittti, L<c p.lnj. circlet under e>'«». «n<l i«ollen «nklca, due to non-orfknlo wid non-iy&temlo xldnvr tnd Bladder trouble*, try ^*rM. Quick, eompltt* utlif*ctlon or money btck tu*nnt«*d- A* jclir dni||Ut lor Win. FRASER • Ml E. Cheery — Complete Plumbini Swrlee end, to close the obscrvallon o[ National Home Demonslratlon Week. The Ynrbro group was hostess to the clubs from Dogwood Ridge, Flat Lake and Armorel. The tour of Yarbro started at - W. A. Aftltck will be In charge Arkansas State, Jonesboro, spent , the Earnest French home and end- the weekend here as guest of, her ed at the Spencer Bunch alter Birthday Party is Given Honoring Larry Lunsford i grandmother, Mrs. M..C. Culllson. j viewing nomes'nnd K ardensof Mrs 'I Bryant Stewart spent the week- Clyde Gaines, Mrs. Dave Abbott', Larry Lunsford, s on of Mr. and end here as guest of. his parents, Mrs. L. R Matthews Mrs R. V. ihivri w ?A^ LU11S B 0 , d> Htclcb ™ ted nis , " r - a " d , Mrs - B - F - Stewart. He re- I Mallory, Mrs. L. T. Burnham, Mrs. third birthday Saturday afternoon I turned last night to Jonesboro, Edgnr Lloyd and Mrs LaVerlle at his home on 1317 West Ash St. where he attends Arkansas State : Gnlues tended the affair. young friends at -. College. 'I Hefveshrnents and & short social Outdoor party games were played during the afternoon and the Becky Sue Mann, daughter of period closed the Yarbro tour, with tucky. During the bunco games, Mrs. received his gifts ors were presented to .all the guests I attending. ' I Mrs. Lunsford, assisted by Kay Lunsford, Toby Long nnd Donna Sue King serve refreshments of birthday cake and Ice cream, * • » Miss Monaghan Honored With Luncheon At Hotel Miss Barbara Monaghan, who is a member of the 1948 graduating class, was honored Saturday, when _, . ,, .. , . . . ,, , . Miss Vivian Patterson and her Franks, Betty Lauderdnle Veleta moth Mrs . s . s . Pntterson „„_ """"•" A ""' Claire Crook Mabel tertaln ^ d wlth a , o . clocfc , unch . Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mann of Wilson, has returned to her home there Mrs. Bunch as hostess. The group then Visited the fol- after spending several days here lowing homes near Blythevllle: Mrs. popular numbers, Spanish Melody and Negro spirituals. • » • Miss Frank To Present Students In Recital Piano and voice students of Miss Mildred Frank will present a recital luesday at 8:00 p.m. at the Marie Bevill Mae with her grandparents, Mr. Bond of Memphis, Is spcnd- --- • • • ••- - and '•• B. A. Bugg, Mrs. Paul Byrum, Mrs. L. S. Hnys. and Mrs. Ivcrson Morris. Turner won high score, Mrs. D. J. Anderson, low score and Mrs. P: Wallace, bunco. The hostess served a dessert course. Lynn Crook, Sue Nash, CharleiiR Pierce, Liilibeth Garrett, Shirley Burks. Roby Tomlin, sybil Quails, Mollie Rose Autry, Amy Claire Bagwell, Frances Ann Weathers, Vat Sullivan, Hays Sullivan, Nacy Dixon, Bonnie Koontz, Virginia Pierce. Linda Aycock, Shirley Seville, Martha Bird, Bobby Peterson, Annie Lynn Price, Jackie Woodard and Kay Burl Bevill. u. j. Paul j Junior High P T A Honors hades j Eighth Grade Graduates Mrs. Scherer Entertains C. B. C. Club Members Mrs. Cornelius Scherer was hostess al her hofne Friday to members of the C. D. C. Club. When rook games were playe;! Mrs. Paul Byrum won high, Mrs. eon in the dining room of Hotel Noble. Guests Included 10 of Miss Monaghan's friends and her mother, Mrs. Matt Monaghan. The table, at which the luncheon was served, was centered with a striking arrangement of white roses and red honeysuckle, which carried out the school colors. The t-ue.^t of honor's place was marked with a gift from the hostesses. The place cards of red and white added to the attractiveness of the setting. The average talker speaks about , 90 words a minute; a fast talker Members of the eighth grade oflcn will hit a clip of 150 words graduating class of Blytheville Junior HU;h School were honored Friday ntght at the gymnasium by members of the Junior High Parent- Teacher Association. Tiie gymnasium was decorated in the class colors of red and white for the occasion. Refreshments of sandwiches,' Scherer. second Hardy, rooko. Bouquets of cookies and iced drinks were served and Mrs. Alviii j to the 119 members of the class attending, roses and other j After the refreshments had been Spring flowers were arranged ! served, the guests spent the even- throughout the home for the affair. The hostess served a dessert, course witn iced drinks. ing playing party games and dancing. Mrs. Toby Long was chairman for the affair. general cranky 'every month'? Are you troubled by distress of female functional periodic disturbances? Does this make you feel so tired, high-strung, nervous—at such times? Then DO try LydlB E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms! PlnkhanYs Compound Is made especially for women. It also has what Doctors call A stomachic tonic effect! Any drugstore HYDU L PINKHAM'S ing several days here 'Kith her un cle, James Nebhut and family, and her aunt, Miss Willie Nebhut. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Caldwell and sons, David and Billy, spent yesterday in Union city, Tenn., as guests of Mr. Caldwell's mother, Mrs. C. P. Caldwell. • Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Dede and children, Lucille, Norman and Victor of Cape GIrardeau, Mo., spent yesterday here with their daughter and sister, Mrs. Weldon Nebel and family. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Nebcl and son, Ken, who will spend a week there with them. Mrs. J. G. Sudbury was admitted to the Memphis Eye, Ear and Nose Hospital yesterday where she will undergo a second eye operation. Colonel and Mrs. S. E. Brown of Riverside, Calif., were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mvs. J. W. Maloney. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Roy of Cotlon Plant, Ark., spent the weekend here with their son, James Roy and family. Herman Osborn, 416 East Davis Street entered the Kennedy General Hospital in Memphis today. His brother, Vernon C. Osborn, North Franklin street, is a patient in rhe Hines, 111., Veterans Hospi- [tal. ' Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Hughes and Ralph Williams of Memphis nnd Mrs, L. Davies nnd children, Larry and Linda of TurreM, were guests yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. Frank O. Seay and family. Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Heard Jr., and daughters, Georgia Ann and Virginia Lanette of Newport/ are visiting Mrs. Hcard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Branson and her fister, Miss Jane Branson, for several days. Mrs. John McDowell and children, Johnny and Jimmy, spent the weekend In Memphis as guests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Cunningham. George M. Lce, W. T. Barnett and Eddie B. David served on the jury of Federal Court in Jonesboro last week. They will again serve on the Jury this week. Mr. and Mrs. Armando q. fiuccl The tour was climax for a project of heautlllcnllon of mntl boxes and highways acid garden study- Revival Being Conducted At Calvary Baptist Church The revival being conducted by the Rev. and Mrs. Paul Gastoti ol El Paso, Texas, at the Calvary Baptist Church entered the second week today. An attendance of 728 In Sunday School yesterday climaxed the first Sunday of the revival with 300 members attending the Training Union program in the evening. Three worship services were conducted yesterday, including one'for children. During the revival, there has been 29 additions to the church by liap- •..isni or letter. of the program on "The Contlnen- ,al Congress." Senior High School P. T. A. meet- ng at the High school at 2:30 p.m. Tor an executive board meeting with '.he regular meeting to follow '«t 3:00 o'clock. Mothers of seniors! will be complimented with a soft drink parly following the meeting. Civic Calendar Monday Junior Chamber of Commerce— 7:O p.m. Tuesday Llon'i Club, Hotel Noble— 13:16 p.m. American Legion— 8 p.m. City council — 8 p.m. Osceo/a Events Monday .Women's Missionary Union of First Baptist church meeting in circle groups. Circle One, Mrs. L. Howton, Circle Two at the church. Senior Banquet sponsored by the Ministerial Alliance >t the Baptist church at 7:00 p.m. Tuesday Rotary Olub meeting at the Masonic Hall at. 12:10 pjn. Deborah Sunday School Class meeting at the First Baptist Church at 7:00 p.m. Business and Professional Woman's Circle of First Presbyterian Church meeting at the home ol Mrs. Herbert Shlppen at 7:30 pjn. Florida hns the largest irea o! swamps urid wet lands of any of the states of the Union— 19,800,000 acres, of Riverside, R. I., are the parent, of a son born April 30. He has l>een named Stephen Francis. Mrs. Bucci Is the former MLss Joyce Somers of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Monaghan and daughters, Barbara and Rosemary, spent the weekend in Memphis as guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt. Monaghan 5r. Creeks and small non-navigable rivers are the property of the owners o! the lang through which they flow. ON Columbia Records Rhapsody la Blue- Oscar Levant Showboat—Original Cast of 1946 Scenes of ChoSdhood, Op. 1* —Maryla Jonas Hamlet—Slit Excerpts- Maurice Evans Carmen—Excerpts—Ris« Stevens Scheherazade—Cleveland . 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