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PACE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.V COURIER NEWS ocie New* Phone 4161 Informal Party Given fVt B. A. Lynch Home Informal Morning Party Given By Mrs. Afflick ;Mr». DJck J. Whtte, Hit. Gilbert. ' Mis. W. A. Affllclc was kterldeth, Mrt, H. A. Hagimon of yesterday when she entertained kionroc, Li., who is the house- :wllh an informal morning parly at (ueit at or. «nd Mrs. H, C. Sims,, her home oti Holly Street. Mrs. Kivintugh Francis of Tus- ;«IOOM, L*., Mrs- Cecil Branson of Dallas, Tex., and Mrs. Wilier Heard Out of lo'.ui guests were Miss | Caller Bo.itriehl of Danville, Va., houseguesl of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bits of News . . . Newport, Ark., rere guests of i Allllck nnd son. Charles, Mr*. H. Honor yeiterday when Mrs. B.. A. A. Hngiimon of Monroe, La., hou.se- Uynch »nd her daughter, Mrs. R. A. Porttr, entertained with an tutor- thai afternoon party at the Lynch ' ' liome on Wea'. Main Street. ;The dining room (able, guest of Dr. and Mrs. H. c. Sims, Mrs. M. N. Young of Danville, Va,, who is visiting her parents, Mr. (and Mrs. C, M. Buck, Mrs, C. R. from j Branson of Dallas. Texas »nd Mrs. which Assorted parly foods were j Waller Herd of Alnlvorn, suesfs o/ served ,was overlaid with a lace j Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Branson, cloth »nd centered ivlfh a .npvel 1 The dining lable, from which arrangement of daisies and pnnsics ! Ihe assorted parly foods were serv- In » low crystal bow). [eel, wns centered with an attract!'*; '.Bouquets of daisies, roses and other Spring flowers were placed throughout the home for the affair. Dmner Party Is Given Honoring Mr., Mrs. White < Mr. and Mrs. Dick J. White were guests of honor Friday night when Mr. and Mrs. W. Marion Williams entertained with a, dinner party In their honor 1 at the Williams home. Six couples attended the affair. The two course dinner was served buffet style from the dining room table overlaid with * lace cloth and centered with a novel arrangement of yellow rose buds and yellow and white daisies In H low crystal bowl. Following the dinner, the guests autographed cup towels and favors for the honored guests. J Qame* were played and prizes were awarded'to the winners. arrangement of Spring flowers. Other flowers were used to decorate the\hbme. » • « Mrs. Terry Entertains Tn-lown Club, Guests Mrs. Clarence S. Webb, Mrs. Dick J. White, Mrs. John R, McDonald nnd Mrs BUI Young were guests yesterday when Mrs. James Terry jntcilalned members of Trl-Town Bridge Club at her home on Went \Sltl!.\K ol. Officers Installed At Meeting of Senior High PTA The last meeting of Uie current year was held yesterday by the Senior High Parent-Teachers Association In the High School auditorium at 3 o'clock. Mrs. Jesse M. White gave the devotional and Jim Lancashire played the 1'ielutle In C Sharp Minor by Rachmaninoff. Mrs. J. Cecil I/owe gave the president's message and a report on Ihc state convention,, which was held In Eureka Springs last week was given by Mrs. White. Slic brought pre- Mrs. R, N. Ware o( Talluloh, La , li> Ihe hoiueguest of Dr. and Mr?. H, C. Suns for several days. . W. M. Burns and E. T. Hiibbard ! business .session during which of- back a superior rating and sented H to the historian. Mrs. Lowe presided over the short ficers for the coining year were in- slalled by Mrs. W. L, Horner. Mrs. Lowe was Installed as president; Mrs. White, first vice-president; Mrs. E. O. Quellmaz, -second vice- president; Mrs. Mnlt Monnhan, secrclary; Mrs. R. C. Allen, treasurer and Mrs. Kendall Berry, historian. Also during the business meet- Ing, Mrs. Lowe selected her committees to serve next year. They Include Mrs. Harry Fritzuls, program chairman; Mrs. George shanks and Mrs. Don Lutx, finance nnd budget; Mrs. Ilupert Crafton, study course; Mrs. I'. J. Poe, publicity; Mrs. R. L. VanHooser, membership; Mrs. Joe Sunday at Walls Hospital. Their Trleschmann. dance; Mrs. Jack first child, she has been naniirJ jGnrrlKan, music; Mrs. E. R. Lanc- Patrlcin Ann. Mrs. Spencer is the nshere, health; Mrs. White, religion are spending loday In ''enn., where they will attend io I'lislness. Mr. nnd Mrs. Steve Basselt spent the weekend In Forrest City .is Suest« ol her mother, Mrs, A. D. Nucltolls. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dill had as iheir guests (or a few days, hLi parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dill of Newport. Mr. and Mrs. William r. Bolin nnct Mr. and Mrs. William P. Hardcsly and son, Ronnie, attentlc.l '.he Cotton Carnival In Memphis last WEDNESDAY. MAY 12, W48 Ministerial Alliance Host j Armor el Schools Select To Annual Senior Banquet] Commencement Speakers OSCEOLA. Ark., May 12—Osceo- The Rev. L .T. Lawrence, pastor la Ministerial Alliance was host for i of the First Baptist Church In Os- Ihe ninth annual senior banquet ' ceola, and The Rev. M. R. Griffin Monday night In the First Baptist' Baptist minister from Dell, have ''*'"""'' been named as principal speakers Church, Guests attending other lhan the seniors were J. Franklin Sanders, superintendent of schools and Mrs. C. L. Moore, who Is the class sponsor. The Rev, Russell J. Clubb, pastor of the Fir.sl Baptist Church, gave Uie invocation and Ihe Rev. H. J. Couchman, pastor of the Fir.a for Ihe closing exercises of the Armore! Schools by R. W. Nichols superintendent. The Rev. Mr. Griffin will deliver ihe baccalaureate sermon at 8 p.rn, Sunday, and the Rev. Mr. Lawrence will address the seniors al their tiradiiatlon May 23 at 8 p.m. • . ------ — uic nr.ii,. uy Methodist Church, acted as toast,- Mrs. Henson, son of Mr. ana Elmer Henson and president master. of the graduating class will deliver The Rev. L. R. still, pastor of the ! Ihe valedictory address, and Miss First Christian Church, was the | Vivian Tankcrsley, secretary of the principal speaker on Ihe subject al | class ind daughter of Mrs. Frank "Religion In Life." Bl!ly Jop Carisle, president of the class responded as to (he seniors' appreciation of the alliance's banquet. Moore, will address. deliver the salutatory 'Horace the Howitzer' Mr. and Mrs. Lee Spencer Jr. I 'he parents of a daughter horn Charlevoix Chapter Has Luncheon In Hotel Noble Mr». S. P. Martin and Mrs. M. O. Usrey were hostesses yesterday when they entertained members c,;" the Charievoix Chapter of thy Daughters of the American Revolution with a luncheon In the dining room of Hotel Noble. There were 14 member* present. : Mrs. J«me-i Hill Jr., regent, pre- ^ded. curing the meeting. Miss Cordelia Wilhlte was in charge ot Ihe ii KJ - jn-ogram and chose as her theme ' fntS. Norman IS Hostess "The Continental Congress." r -Luncheon was served al a long Uble, which was covered with •« whit* cloth and centered with P Worth Holder won high and MIE. Gene Teaford, second. Bouquets of roses and other Spring flowers decorated the home lor the occasion. A dt'.ssert course was served Dy the hostess. Mrs. Halsell Entertains La Nueve Club Members Mrs. Melvln Halsell was hostess last night when , she enlerlaintJ mcmbcis of the La Nucve Club al ner honiL- on Walnut Street, Dunns the bridge names, Mrs. Colcinr.ii Stevens won high score and Mrs. Clarence Webb, second high. Bouquets ol rases nnci other mixed Spring flowers were arranged throughout the home. The hostess served a dessert course. Par *°™' *."".' Jane Earl Lanler of weekend | guests of and Jerry spent Premiss, Miss,, thc and devotion; Mrs. R. L. Dedman, hospitality; Mrs. L. J. '/.ellcr. magazine: Mrs. Bert Mayo, publications; and Mrs. J. C. Droke, home Ladies or the four churches re- f Smashed in 'Chute Jump presented in the alliance were in I i ha.-go of Ihe food, which was ser- CAMP CAMPBELL Ky May 12 vcd al long lables covered with wlu'.e ' <UP)~ 'Horace the Howitzer" -was cloths and centered with bouque'.s . hauled to the junk heap loday as of Spring (lowers. I action in "operation assembly," ihe Tne class colors, which are gold : nation's largest peace-time military and iwrple, were carried out in .all < maneuvers since World war Two, "•- decorations. Placccards were I settled down to harrassing patrols the miniature men and women dressed :n the Academic caps and gowns. his mother, Mrs. P. W. as I room chairman. Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Young ami Immediately following the business meeting, .the members assembled In the Home Economics children Netly and Churchill Bud; i Cottage where 24 senior mothers of Danville., Va., are the guests her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. At. Buck. Mr. Young will return 10 Danville Sunday and Mrs. Youm; .ind children will remain here for i months visit. Mrs. H. A Hagamon and daughter, sherrlan of Monroe, La., re- turneri (o their home today after vlsiiing for several days with Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Sims. Her mother Mrs. R. N. Ware of Tallulah, Lla, remained lor a longer visit. Mrs. E. R. Stewart received word were guests of honor. fti the receiving line were Miss Jean Dedman and Miss Roberta Bracy, Mrs. W. L. Horner. who Is Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday Mrs. Earl Damon cntertainin,; members of the Thursday Nijjiit dim :U, her home. Mrs. C, F. Tucker rnteilnlncd members of the Octette Club at her home. Mid-Week club members meeting at the home of Mrs. Cecil Shane. Thursday Luncheon Club members being entertained al the home of Mrs. J. A. Leech. Thursday Rook club meeting at the home of Mrs. Haskcll Blankenship. by both friendly troops and "enemy guerrillas." "HDVace" was a 105-millimeter ho\,;.?,;r which had seen action 'n Europe during the war and was a veteran of many experimental parachute drops. Yesterday the big artillery piece was dipped by twin parachutes from a C-82 "Flying Boxcar' plane to show latest developments in airborne technique. Unfortunately for "Horace." the parachutes didn't open this tim», aild t!:e 6,000 pound weapon was wrecked. A S.oOO-pound "jeep" was dropped by parachute without, mishap, however. the retiring hospitality chairman.. 13.'a C. Club members being en- and Mrs. Lowe. Ench guest was tctraincd ni the home of Mrs presented a corsage of red roses F [ oy(i R cctor. as they entered Ihc cottage. The table at which assorted party foods and Iced drinks were served was draped with a lace cloth and centered with a low crystal bowl filled with mixed Springs flowers. Misses Mary Morgan, Carolyn striking arrangement of flowers In mixed shades. Spring To Demonstration Club todny that her husband Capltaln | Wade, Arden Ferguson. Willagenc E. K. Stewart, hod arrived In Oki- Daws mid Mrs. William Orln Green Jr., presided over the refreshment table. The historian's book wns placed on display in the cottage so the nawa where he will be stationed. Capt. Stewnrt visited here a week ago and Mrs. Stewart and son, Ronnie, accompained him to Ro- Chester, Mltin., where they vIMlecl with his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stewart Mrs. Stewart and son will „. „ , - make their home In Blylhevlllc and Ine Double Bridges Home Dem- > may Jom h | m thci . e latcr . onslration club met Monday at the ' home of Mrs. Archie The FlflciU Class o[ the First Baplisl Ctuncn will have a pot IUCK suppci 7 o'clock, at the home o! Mrs. Don Haley with Mrs. T. c. Bell as co-hostess. SecK.;rs Class Picnic of the Fir.'t Methodist Church at 7 o'clock. Members are to meet at the churc.i. Friday Woman's Club entertaining with "musical lea 1 'at the clubhouse mothers could see the ' Association has done past year. , t during the from three until Ccbb is in charge five. Mrs. W. D, of the program. their Juniors at Shawnee Present Class Play 'Circle Meetings Held ]By Baptist W. M. U. Norman for monthly business session. There were 21 members and two new members, Mrs. Elmer Cole and „,, ...,.,, ...... ... Mrs. G. P. Chnffln. present. ! Members of (he Juniors Class of! Women s Missionary Union' ol the lNIrs - Jnmes Terry. Mr. and Mrs. E. Mrs. S B. Rczelle, president, pre- the Bhnwnce High School at Joiner • First Bnptht Church met in circle IM - Tcrr V. Mr - «»d Mrs. Mike Yatcs 1 OSCEOLA, Ark,, May. 12. — The Wallace. i C. B. C. Club being entertained at i the home of Mrs. Alvin Hardy. I Friday Bridge Club meeting at I the home ol Mrs. Fan-is McOalla. j Saturday I Mr. and Mrs. Oon brnith, Mr. and ' , sided (luring the business session, nl which time the secretary and treasurer gave their reports. Devotion:,! was given by Mrs. Hanna. Roll call was answered by eai'h member stating her favorite flow- i [ et, Mrs. James Permenter rilscu.ss- Jltd the county council meeting held i j m O.iceola. ! i Ttie lolluwing ladies were awarded prizes for their flower arrange- Your Favorites | There! I've Said It Again— I Vaughn Monroe ] I>1» These Blues—The Four Clefs ] Crow Your Heart—Arlie Shaw ! Ramblin'—Tex Beneke ] Till the End of Time —Perry Como Two Loves Have I— Ferry Como CoekUils for Two- Tommy Doney Little White Lies— Tommy Dorsey Gabriel's Heater— Enklne Hawkins Deck of Cards—Phil Harris That Old Black Manic— j Spike Jones t Belly Blue—Louis Prlma J Concerto to the Moon— ' Larry Green { Banquet »f Ro«ea—Eddie Arnold J presented their class play Friday | groups Monday. night in the school auditorium i Circle One met nt the home o under the direction of Mrs. G. H. Collar. George Kelley had the lead role In the play "The Antics of Andrew" and other members of Ihe cast Included Dan Vrooman, Floyd Tlpelt, Clayton Eubanks. Pcgjy 'Higgle, Norma Deaton, Lynn Tin- slcy, Pnviline Smith. William Bell, Lowell Colfman, Willie James, Lula i and Mr. and Mrs. JSric Whitley will j f ' be hosts and hostesses to Cotillion Freds nnd Robert Gwaltney. Miss Maxwell Is Engaged To John Duncan Henley Mrs, L. Howlon with 10 members cl 'ib members at -the Hut at 9:00 attending. Mrs. D. A. Silcr was in charge of the program on the subject "ForclRn Missions" nnd the de- | votlonal was conducted by Mrs. Jim- i Civic Calendar my Bnss. Others who on the program were Williams, Mrs. Silcr. participated Mrs. Frank Mrs. W. P. Ilnlc nnd Mrs. Burl Wright A so- j Rotary p.m. Thursday Club, Hotel Noble--12:10 incuts in a contest. Mrs. M. H. f<odgcrr» won the grnml prize oti a bouquet of roses. Mrs. Herman Smith, second and Mv.s. Harold Permtnter, third. Following tli^ presentation, a demonstration on ' Ilov.-cr arrangements wns given by 1 OSOECLA, Ark.. Mny 12—Mr. and Miss Helen Wells, home demo.i- Mrs. Russell Lee Maxwell today an- stration agent. nountc the engagement and A prize was awarded to Mrs. Su- "' ""' H" marriage of their ilaugh- I Mrs. Roy Cox ns host"sse'i die Cecil for best recitation ol the j'T Miss Oljndn Marie M-xivell, w | " " home demonstration «• o in a n ' t- j ->>...i L n Henley III, son of i creed. Refreshments wire served by Mr. nnd Mrs. John Duncan Hcnlev i J5 Students to Graduate the hostess who was nssistcd by her I Jr.. of Forrest City, Ark. ' "« = "" i" vi/uuuuie motnci, Mrs. M. H. Rocigers. clal hour followed the meeting. Circle Two met at the church with Mrs. V. G. Mnmi as program leader. Mrs. Russell J. Clnljb gave the devotional. Mrs. John Htiskett presented the program entitled "The Work and Purpose of the W. M. U." A social hour followed the pro- ap- ! srnm with Mrs. Scarcy Menrs and Osceola Events Thursday Kiwnnis Club meetin grade school at 7:00 p.m. g in Ihe I Mrs. Rcichcl Completes ! Gossard Training 1 1 Mrs. F. G. Rcichcl, corsctierc, of Miss Whitsltfs Shop, has just returned from Dallas. Texas after suc- T!ie double ring ceremony will be ] f rom CoOtCf Hi~h School rolcmimcd June 18 at 5 o ; clock in I v the afternoon at the First Prcsby- I Commencement exercises at Coot- lerinn Church, with the Rev. H. j.jcr High School 'will be hrid to- At The Hospitals Blylhevllle Hosfltal Dismisjeo: Mrs. Trey Paris. Ltixora. Walls IlosiiUal i Dismissed: Mrs. Homer Slarnps. city, B.lilcy Gr.nison, city. Will ihe Circle Be Broken —Eddie Arnold RCA VICTOR RECORDS ADAMS APPLIANCE COMPANY J. W. Adams, Mgr. 206 W. Main Phone 2071 Couchman, pastor of Ihe Methodist Church officiating. ' Miss Maxwell graduated from at. C-'e=tllR Academy in Nashville. Tenn. She attended William Wood College, Pulton, Mo., and the Unlversi- ly of Arkansas. Fayettevllle. where . Miss Jean Chandler nltiyhig "A Per- cessfully completing a very instrnc- • fhe *' a * " member of Delia Gamma feet Day." 1 Sorority. Members of the senior class in- Mr. Henley was graduated from elude Bobby Joe Dennis. Jane Coop<=• ,. city High School and after i cr. Jnmes W. Glenn, Mary Louise Read Courier night "In the school •nndltorltun I --—.^^"iL!! cwa al 8 o'clock. The Rev. Wayne Gray, paslur of the Caruthcrsville Presbyterian Church, will deliver the message. A specialty oil Ihe program will be s Want Ads. The Edythc Shoppe M.OO »1l far $l.OO *ach (plui fo<) Get fwo lipsticks smartly pock- agcd'for the usual price of one. Smart, metal, swivel cases. Choose from an assortment of fashionable, flattering colors. RIGHT BED , MNINER RED PORTRAIT PINK SOUTH AMERICAN EIPE GHERItltS NUT BROWK «ED tive In and comprehensive course S <»<*». P re '«™< to cooper' "°*' ' >r ° Perl5 i late with you in corset fittings lhal , I are "hyglcnicnlly correct." •en-Ing tv.o years In the Armed Forces am ing World War II, at- Lnstcr, Helen Wilma Allard, Detly Lo\l Coleman. Billy Tliomas Perry. tended the University of Arkansas, Billy Gene Johnson. Thomns Cliii- .vherejie pledged Kappa Delta r-i I ton Ray.cr. Wnnria Jo Barger, Jerry .- .tj'.v'Dfvle Brown. Jesse Gene Wlngneld. band director of Ihe Um- i Charles w. Nance, Buddy M. Wag- vc ™ ly ' slcr and Kenneth Rhea Holmes. Plans for Hie wedding will fe announced at a later dale. i w*. T,.ft,.i^ K , , ' ••...-•.. 11^ H'^^M^" ivw>iiirt ueiia ;-ition tvaz.er. \vanoa Jo lin we would be very glad to have .and Kappa Kappa si. He is now! Dale Brown. Jesse Gene you take advantage of our com- ' Ijlete corset service and are prepared to malce fillings in the hospital, J home, your office, or our store. The JI Gossard Line of Beauty Includes several maternity nnd supporting Read Courier News Want Ads Ret><1 Courier Ncws w »»t Ads. , I garments which are useful h, many,! ' I cases. i Let us work with appreciate your call. you. We will '• i LUNCH J>l*asure in our Air-Conditioned Coffee Shop COME IN AND TRY ONE OF OUR TASTY PLATE LUNCHES from 55< up HOTEL NOBLE Coffee Shop won't go near a garment that has been protected with Monite Mothproofing. Clothes seat here for Ciena- ing are Monite Mothproofed free, CITY CLEANERS We Pick Up and Deliver -l 1 . 4 .-^".".?:: Phone 3197 Kff rixn'An- y**f»*n£ c£r«M«V /y--u4 «I>IA MOTH PROOFED «£>t* A*A« &CAJ $7.95 Smntl gi,t, ore 01 Inslitfiouj aboul (heir jhoes 01 Ihey or* obooi ih.i. "undiei." They Vnow lhal having rwo po , r | or 0 Chong. ,,,,y J OY g ^, s , hem | QO| | re>) , nel nen. and mere lhan twice Ihe wear. 6*. SONS S 'H O E S Osceola News Mr. and Mrs, Joe Appl«bauni are In Yazw. Miss., aL the bedside of Mr. As>plcboum'j5 mother, Mrs. A<)- ;)ie Applcbaum, who is critically 111 at lier dome there. She suffered a stroke early Sunday and her condition lias been serious since that time. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Slilpijcn have retui ncd (rom Little Rock where Ihey spent, a week on business. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilson spent the weekend in Electra, Tex., as <iuc.sl» of Mr. Wilson's mother, M;-s. Al. L. Wilson. They were accompanied ti ere by their daughter, Mrs. Arch C.-xl.-hings and small son, Steel o! Btesetl, Art. Mr. and Mrs. Boh Graves have as their guest Mr. Grave's mother. Mrs. C.xrric Mae Graves of Helena. Mr. and Mrs. J. Lan Williams an:l son, J. Lan II, of Jonesboro, visited '.heir parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams and Mrs. Mary Cliy Flugha\ over Ihe weekend. Those who attended the rally of Ihe First Christian Church here last week wtie Rev. J. O. Trousdale and son, Jack, of Capool. Mo., the Rev. Jess A. Mason of Texarkana, the Rev. Bill Walters of Piat Rive:-. Mo., the Rev. Orby Beard and son, David, of East Prairie, Mo,, the Rev. and Mrs. Ulysses Childs of Chaffee. Mo., the Rev. and Mrs. H. C. Harris of Illmo, Mo., the Rev. Lyle Chllrh cf Werner, Ark., and the Rev. f;. E. NoicuU of Pnragould. Miss Glyada Maria Mnxwell has ictumtd home [rom Faycttcville, where she was a student at the University of Arkansas. \ Lit tie Rock Man Held For Shooting Son-in-Law LITTLE ROCK, Arlc., M»y 11 i UP)—A 50-year-old man, W. C. Chlsm of Pula.sk! County, was being he!d In the county Jail today on an oixn charge pending the outcome of gunshot wounds of hLs son-in-law. Calvin Bentrup, the son-in-law, was taKen to a Little Rock hospital" where his condition was described ^ ns critical. O/ficcrs said the shoo'.-'** ing WA-i a re.sult of a family quar- v rel. Read Courier News Want Ads. the BEAUTY BAR Mrs Nora Kpradley, Ownm Uleucoe Hold Building Phoin 3S02 ilargaret Dean SinUJi, Pally Lucy Operators Continuous Shows Every Day fiox Office Opens 1:45 SIiow Starts 2:00 I.ISTKN TO KLCN 8:1)0 a.m. 1^:45 p.m. 4:3» LOW Tonight at REGULAR* PRICES! JENNIFER JONES GREGORY PECK JOSEPH GOTTEN Selected Short Subjects This picture will b* shown at popular prices. 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