The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 13, 1948 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 13, 1948
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PAGE FOUR: BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS acletu ewA Phone 4161 Dinner Party Is Given Honoring Senior Couple •'Miss Ramonn Craft on anci' her mother, Mrs. RO.SCO CraUon entertained with a diiuier paitj lut Ifight. 6:30 o'clock at their "home, tyjnioriitg .Jack Horner and M;ss Jgsrbara Mcnnglvnn, who arc inein- ijfrs of the senior class. Ten scn.or friends of the couple attended the i affair. I •i'l'lie dining room (able, \\ \s IHCI- ^aid with a linen cloth and ccnttiod wjith a striking 'arrangement of - roses and snapclrasons In a low crystal bowl. Placecards \vere min- iaXurc diplomas. ';Bouqi:ot.s of mixed flou-t'rs in pas- fel shade.; were arranged ilirouaii nut tile homo. Baplisl Clnirch Honors Seniors At Breakfast Seventy-nine people were present for the Senior Breakfast this j foaming- at tiie First Baptist ' Church, given In honor of 3D S'ou:i5 ! people' who . are members of the i 1943 graduating class. -, L The high school colons, nmroon and white \vcrc chosen us a color scheme, with senior cluss banners, pennants and arranjzeincnts of rcti Ploy Manager with red roses added to the decorations of the tables. 6 J. P. Friend ac;cc as (oastmast Bits of News Condilion of Mrs. Frank Turcic, who has been seriously ill at the BHS Senior Class To Present Plays Tomorrow Night The annual Keillor memorial plays will be prtsenleti tomorrow night 8 o'clock In ihc hlglr school auditorium followed by Die Pupils at Burdette To Present Operetta Maiiln Moore and Lena Laudcr- tiale will have leading roles In the "Gypsy Troubador." operetta to be presented by the seventh and eighth grades of Burdctle School at the high school- auditorium at. 8 jji. m. Monday. Mrs, J. J. Morgan Is directing THURSDAY. MAY 13, 1948 •» »3 *"c \.itjw[iii]e it . - -._„. the scr.ioj Queen, Miss Ann Cathc- I,, 5| J ' •?•• Morgan Is directing The plays to be presented are , °0 e ' et| a which is part of the "The Pampered Darling •• a one- closln « cxcrcrlse for this school act comedy written bv Beatrlrp M.-. tc "": . . •--, —.. ~,i,,,,,,p ll n yjj act comedy written by Beatrice M .Neil), i'lid "The True In Heart " a Sufi's' 1 dra '" a Wrlttc " by William Miss Luna B. Wllhclm is the nlav ' ^" Dilnlcl5 ,' Lco11 director and is assisted by Ml« I 9 a ™ cr ' I-illlbcth Bowen, MI.M Betty Boyd *1J N.,^'^ McH and Anamarie Johnson. a ' sh ' Of Current Year The Parent-Teacher Association of Sudoury school had their final meeting yesterday afternoon iu the school auditorium. Mrs, R. B. Stout, program chairman, presided during the program. The devotional from the Psalms, in Missco Area Only $26.618. or less than five per cent, of the $560,000 kuota for Misslslppi County In the Security Loan Campaign ' measure, but, suggested thai « SO- cenl registration fee would provide I150.000, leaving » profit of WO.OOO a year. Bribed ~p ' . , Bribed pj Other s " ldem s appearing in «,«»'«« given by three first grade pu- , nock s'uu- rft'r 0 " cretu are J - B- Ccc, BcaU'lce ""«• Sandra Crawford, Sara Lou dav ' dlr warrlngton. Bobby Hilburn, Clln- Boyctt ana Mary Ann Stout. These Altliouoh in M ' " Danlcls Lco " R ™" Unta ' PUP»s also led the group In the of lota" sales h, •><*»• ! V"*' 8 *"»•"'• ««• Stout read th« U ' has been sub- irson, of Little announced to- . , and Jim- VValls Hospital for the past two weeks, is slightly improved. Colonel committee. Turck, who is stationed in the Pacific, is expected to arrive todiu 1 or tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Dale S. Briges mid daughter. Sherry, are spending the week in Tiilsa, Okla., where they lire alU'iiding a reunion of M;Brigs' family. Mr. and Mrs. Wnyne Dill and Mr. find Mrs, Russell Middlclo;i will attend Urc Cotton Carnival in Mem- Phis tonight. Mr. ami Mrs. J. Louis Cherry returned yesterday from Paris, Ark. where they spent a week with Mr! Cherry's n-ollicr. Mr. isiid Mrs. Harry H. Drown ol Lilchfield. Ariz., will arrive over the weekend for a visit with her sister, Mrs. C. M. Duck and Mr. Duck. Dr. and Mrs. George W. Richardson and children. Davit! and G?il . Don ficsharse and Buddy Halsell arc chairmen for the advertising ol Coidwatcr. Mich., returned to thc.r home there Tuesday after .spending n week with his parents, -- .^ - ... .-... Hcntiy Johnson, son o[ Mi's. C. F. ajid while flowers comprising the;; Johnson, Mas selected as general decorations. White tapers burn- < juajKigir of the .senior uliiys ntul ijjg in crystal holders intcnwlned i class night to be held tomorrow at ••• » •• "-.-» "•." m.i |j«ic iviri, ...H ,•„.,« „**** ,„ ti,» ^ 8:CD pm m (he hi ,, h sc ,, 00 i aildi . [Mr. and Mrs. Lee Richardson of toriiim. He is a member ol Ihc Na- ! Vnrbro. .1 -- - - tionrd Honor Souiotv and president i Ml '- nllfi Mi's. Baker Wilson are In or for (he occnslojt ang gave the at the scnlm class. ifc Is also bus!- • M«"|)li!s with their daughter, Jane, vtelcome adarcEs, "Good Morning i j. cs:i manatier for the nnnunl. the ! wll ° Is undergoing treatment in a Seniors. Following the breakfast, i -Cliickasiiw,' and is a member O f ' llnsni( " 1 """" a, brief periort of singing was lediihc ' by Miss Billie Jean Turk accom- Mrs. Lutes Is Hostess To Demonstration Club Mrs, Harry .Lutes was hostess to 15 members of Dogwood Home Demonstration club, when they nvt in the lunchroom of Ihc C. G. SniHii sales barn yesterday. The inn-pose of this meeting WAS to ma;:c definite plans and appoint comnriuees to help wtih the serving mill the cooking of (he lunches which will be served there durlni Ihe hcrsa show. June 4 and 5. Mrs J. T. Hi r] >, was Is president of UK club, was in charge of the business session. Following the business mooting, '.he group sonss and Mrs. Hipp I gave the devotional. panted by Mrs. E. C. Broivn, pianist IrS nerlains The theme, "School Days" .W""^ ,"'f £» c "f lns , uf.cri for the pmpram which depict-[D, H. 1. iVl. Clllb Members cd incidents of school life from the hospital there. Mr. nnd Mrs. Win H. Campbell, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. A. K Mrs. Dillard Entertains Seventeen Club, Guests OSCEOLA, Ark.. May Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday The Pidells Clas« of the First Baptise Church will have a pot luc* suppci 'I o'clock, at the home or Mrs. Don Haley with Mrs, T. C Bc;i as co-hostess. In , , , amou ! 11 ' ''"" Hie BEAUTY BAR Mrs Nora Spradlej'. Owner (jlcncou Hotel Building phone 32412 Margaret Dean Smith. Patty Lucy Operators Mother Deserves the BEST Mother's Day M,^ » 8 SUIwelI> lllst °''l»"- Benton. Chlcot, and Phillips !„.;.! ,t Hailz °8 appointed the fol- With 11 more weeks of the cam- lowl "S committees to serve next I pal en before the statpifiw Secs.-rs Class Picnic or tlie Fir.-l y ear: Mrs. Stout, program; Mr.,. ! cent of the ,t«te afiota oM Methodist Church at ^ o'clock. Jesse White, study course; Mrs. E. 000 has been reached if the r.hnrr.i ^- iJ-'nioil, Cllilirnian and Mrc tn Kn /\v\t «•.•>,.,* amr. * nn m Members are to meet at the churc.i. Friday Woman's Club entertaining with -J "mu.-.icai lea' 'at the clubhouse irom throe until five. Mrs. W. D. . . . Cobb .s in charge of Ihc program. bership; . chairman, ai „. and Mrs. cleo Pope. mem- Mrs. Beatrice Hargett, Hiid Mrs. Mike Vfateo, Sfrj. Harry Wccdman, wcltare; Mrs, = ....,..„£.„..,. ">" teles, publicity; Mrs. W. O Alpha Beta Bunco Club being'en- Penny, chairman, and Mrs. James tertaincd nt the home of Mrs. Paul Kelly, Mrs. Henry We.Ubrook 'nd \Vfllflff - Mrs r.*.UU I. ;._l:i.. C. B. C. .Club being entertained at the home of Mrs. Alvln Hardy Friday Bridge Club meeting .it the home ol Mrs, Farris Mc The annual pbys and also Mrs. Mciba Cobb, hospitality; Miss Mary Hub'.cr, recreation; and Mrs, E. F. Fry. safety. Miss Mary Hubler's class won the room count prize for downstair. A .1. i ir, iij.i^iiuji, | -"""• WUMI jjiiie. ior uownstair.^ senior memorial | nn<l Mrs - Qeorge Wigg's class for the crowning of i -* ie room count upstairs. .•" -..." ".ow me ciuwmn 0 ol i • >c i WJH couiu upslal the senior queen will be held to i Mrs. R. A. Gary, mglit In the high school auditor- Daughtcry, Mrs. Kelton lllin at. R nVIrt/tb \f-^,, i«^_ *-,.-. . , IS. j ium at s o'clock. -Mrs. J _ . Saturday Mrs. L. A. : —«o".^.j, mio. ivuuun Francis and I Mrs. Jess Cnin, who are member.- first through the twelfth grades. „*. The. program was accompaincd by j u-ss yesterday when she cntertai 1 ]- Ehcllon of Pine Bluff, who were their overnight eucsU lust week, left today for St. Louis, where they will spend Ihc remainder of the „ I week. They went especially to at- A-irs. Cicor»e Sahba Jr. was hos- ! tend the hall games. " '" '""" "'"" " ' Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Salyton of me. program was accompnincd by Ims yesterday when she onlertun- Mr and Mrs Arthur Salyton of typical school-day music by Mrs. led members of the U.H.I.M. Clu'j Athens, Ala are the guests of Mr C. M. Smart. Those who parllcip-1 at her home on Vine. j and Mrs. Clarence Webb nnd Mr ated on the program included I Uiihiis the rock games, Mrs. Fred and Mrs 1 loyd V- Wise Mrs Shv ' Emily Huffman, johnny Mayes,, BoyelU; Jr. won lii-;li score and Mr*. Ion was Mrs wohv* „;,„.„.'„'„,„„, Emily Huffman, johnny Mayes, I BoycUt Jr. won hisli score and Mrs. Glovls Garnctt. Carroll Evans, Ilcv- 1'aul Chambers, second. flowers . , - erly Joan Jones, Louncll Overman, Cll'ffie Overman, Randall Hanks. Kenneth Hood, Joe Vasts of mixed Soring were urn'.nj;ed throughout Jcnn Turk, Marian Mayes and! T hc hostess served a Coach Firman Bynum. i plate wiili iced brinks The He.v B. C. Brown, pastor ol i . . ,' the church, delivered the Insplrat-Ui> /-, T 11 lonal address, "Not the End, Just.; IVil'S. LOVCV Is HosleSS the Beginning." At the close of the : T 1 p . i" 11 P) i program, the high school Alma io Dcla Lambda LlLID Mater was sung by the group. ton was Mrs. Webb's roommate at the University of Alabama. Miss Joyce Damon returned yesterday from Charleston, Mo., where she wns the for several days sandwich of Mrs. Grace Tbwnsend nnd son. Ed. Mr. and Mrs. Otho Stnnfleld and family were In Steele. Mo., night where (hey attended --------. •••-. '••••} i.>.—Kirs.j .3«iuiu;iy of the refreshments L. b. McAlistcr, Mrs. Franklin Holt' Mr. and Mrs. Don Smith, Mr. and • M!rved refreshments Mrs. Steve Bowker and Mrs. Sam Ml 's. James Terry, Mr. and Mrs E Hodges were guests yesterday with M - Terry. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Yatcs members of the Seventeen Club' «'>d Mr. and Mrs. Eric Whltlcy will •when Mrs. Bill Dillard entertained ''» Hosts and hostesses to Cotillion; Little Rock Teachers at her home on Hale Avenue. Club members at the Hut at 9'00 Tn ^;«~ f • » ^ D During the afternoon games, Mrs. P-m. i '° 5l 9 n Contracts But Joe Shippen won high Bouquets of early Summer flowers were arranged In the home for the affair. Thc hostess served a salnri plalc with Iced drinks. Osceo/a Mrs. Kirshner Hostess To P. E. 0. Sisterhood Mis. Chnrley Ccrey entertained . Win Special Recognition , t in° S( , Et V,; Ark " M " y "• T " e ., S? ' ot Hnliibow for --•a-'v*. •.*<<-., «%\,itmitLL the ' Girls, the MnsonSc i odpp an/i th g:-nduation exercises of the Steele Order of Eastern Star have been ' ,. c designated for the Grand rnwj Master Sergeant Leo Lhitzcnich of Colors Honor Society accort ine the Air t:ni nc l c <=t>imriiinT « MT-^V I t« ^.. . J ' "^uimng Thursday Kiwanls Club meeting grade school at 7:00 p.m. I At The Hospitals BlythcTille Hospital oors onor Soc-i of the Air Corps Is spending a week | to an announcement Mrs. R. .p. icmbcrs of the Beta' Lambda Club just niL'ht at her home on Street. Mis.-, Kva George, president, pre- I ~ ----•-.> .• ... ^.*....i.iuj. aided over the business meeting at! r ' nnd Ml ' s - D °y cc Moore, Mrs. honor society, with ••••-• wns i N - J - Hiimilhrcy and Mrs. Paul In McAlcstcr, Okla ! Mahan returned yesterday from St. Thh ifcna uino ",.".•";,"" -- ;.i-».o.-> . .. Division ; K ' Kh , llls '""Clicr, Mrs. Fannie Lint- 1 Mrs. E. s. S lz:mch before leaving June 1 • _ I overseas duty in Germany. received bv mother ad . . 1CI «" , ^- u. V^.H^IJJl;!., IJIUlllel for of the Osceola girls', from Sexton, supreme recorder for Mark the Jerry Edwards, Steele, Mo Mrs. Henry VanDyke, Hayti Mo H. C. Anderson, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. W. O. Stinnett, city. Mrs - °- R. Hamilton, 'file. 3, Hurl Charge of 'Duress' LITTLE ROCK, Ark.. May 13 —! UP!—Classroom teachers in Little I the Rock P lann «> today to sign con-1 ( tracts for next year but said the! j action was being taken "under I duress.' J I The teachers voted yesterday to i j sign the contracts within the 10-' , day limit designated by the school I I board. However, a resolution adop- • 1 '"•' by the teachers charged the — *m,428.50 of bonds must be sold each day. All sale of bonds reported !n Mississippi County were "E" Bonds. McMath Favors Operation Of Title Certificate Law m L1T T LE ROCK ' Alk - Mil y 13.- candldate was on record todav that Arkansas' Inactive certificate of title law will be put into operation by the 1949 legislature. Sid McMath of Hot Springs told Greater Little Rock used car dealers yesterday that he was confident the General Assembly will provide committee, [ money to administer a 19:t8 law providing for automobile title rcK- [ istration. I "It is a desirable law and should be put into effect," McMath said He said $60.000 would be required annually to administer the Yes, Molhir docl d«ierr* lh« belt. And if you wonl h«r to hav* lh« beil wolch that money can i her 9 fint Aiwerf«m Tne Ironical woman's tongue tree '•" so named for the "rattlim; Earlier this week the school board promised pay raises "if the funds are available." H . K. Py lc , executive secretary' of tne Arkansas Education Associa- ine'h^h ""5 l !le boartl he ^'" ask ' ' his board to request AEA mem-1 headquarters I blcei given Junior Class at Dell _. ... ____ ......... , ...... charge of the program and chose Clarence Webb nnd Mr. Webb. The Rainbow Girls to be- honored he ' nc ' " Wonicn ot Stnsc T ° . s o e- onore nnd Mrs. O. E. Dickey „ ml ' Rre Nflncv „,„ Pat cVerbv and sweeny of Bobby Luncheon was served at the din- ! . oemaer Te Extern Cceanstde. Calif., returned yester- stars and Mn.son s are Jake Thral DemonstrationClubMeets ™- « — i"^ S- ^oo^stemun^' 1 -"-"-^ were concluded. Moss Bryan Reminds you (he Unusual Gift for both Roys and Girls GRADUATES Originate in This Shop So the Graduate won't receive Duplicates why not give a Cash GIFT CERTIFICATE Our Selections Are Distinctive. No. Charge for Gift Wrapping The GIFT SHOP 10,1 Kast Main Street Mrs. ;Su!livan Conducts Clinic at Christian Church Mrs. J. W. Sullivan of North Little Rock;-who is state chairman ! u charge of children's work for the Christian Churches, conducted nn all-day clinic for rigjly vacation fli- blc school teachers at the Fiist Christian churth here yesterday. The church here is to hold a vacation Bible school Irom May 25 to These in the cast include Ann McDermott, Edna Peoples, Henry Gosa. Howard Yelverlon. Bertie Barber, Sam Harris. Mury Alice Wilson. Melon Shelton. Colin Mayo Jr., . . Marvin Lipiord. Louise Mary Joyce ., Howard and Holland, Mo., Seniors To Hear Rev. F. Boiarth The Baetalaure.ile M-rvice of the Holhuu " June 11. with sessions be?imiiun ,u j ; " lh>! sc ' il( ' 01 atidltorium Sunday, "•-" —-•- - • - - ' " > at H;CO a.m. — ~...»..„.. M»p v >i^.f MVTIC^L^ ; The Alpha Delta Chapter of B With Mrs. Hollinasworth s '" mn pl ^ v>in "P 1 mect tomon. J as scheduled. The next meeting M Mrs. Albert Hollingsworth lie a "" 0 »"^" at « later date, hostess at her home Tuesday af- tcrnoon to 15 memtcrs of tlic'Yar- bro Home Demonstration Club. Mis. Neta Bunch gi\ve the devo- licnal and Mrs. Holhngsworth read the poem "The End of the Trial". Mrs. Aubrey chapman gave helpful hints on rake making and Mrs. Spencer Bunch told how to ]>rc pare pastry to keep in the rcfri^cra- --.rpolc, ;otc. Mrs. James Terry. Mrs. ~Er'is ^ Wiitley, -Mrs. W. D. Cobb, Mrs. R. Blythoville Youth Heads Min Pol, a,.j -M,.- ' f* u _ nnd U Dedhian and the Lester Strnbhar. Mrs. Wiliiarci Pt-a^r ol the First Presbj-lcrian Church here attended and also picjcnt were four members of the Christian Church in . Jo;;csburo. Those from the Jones- fccro Cmir:h were Dr. ,-.nd Mrs. Cecil Berry. Mrs. w. H. Gwin Jr., aurt Mrs. Dorc;;-.y Drehcr. Mrs. , Rupert Crallon and Mrs. Whitley ivt-rc hcstcAjrs witir a iuncheon during the clinic. Read Courier News Want '"•' Co//cge Student Council Eui-ciu- w.vjb ol niythevillp was i-jci'tctl incMdciu or (lie student council at the Soulliern Baptist College in Walnut Ridge at the Mllr.i<:U elixnou 'J'uo.-;(lav. Mr. V.'fob «,-n Lai'.ej- Mc- Un-o:hy \\-iut.m.ll ".if'karlc w:,s •Mccted senotiiry of the council. • ursil I'aniii „; Little Rock. tren.surcr: ,uid Anna Mac Powell of Dy^ (V5 c-lcited to edit the lfl-19 ;Eo-.ithi'riu'r. and Hiram Jr., , ol Sp v , r , s named businc«i nianasrr. which were jucijcd and Mrs. Pr.iil Abbott wr.n first. Mrs. Spencer Bunch, secoi.d, and Mrs. Chapman, third. contr.Ms were conducted Mrs. ElM Whreler. Mrs. L. T. Burnham and Mrs. chapman were win- I ncrs. The ho.slc.-.s served course with icnl drinks. Box Office Oprtis 6:30 Slinw. Slarls 15:15 Open.* Sunday 1:00: Slarts 1:15 Conlimiuus Shows Sat. it Sun Bargain Night Every N'ight Kxccpt Salurrtaj No [ia>scs homirrcl on Sunday a Kn\y Theatre- Thursday i: Friday DUL'BLK FK.ITUKI-:" LUNCH V ( .;, • is a pleasure in our ?" Air-Conditioncd Coffee Shop COME IN AND TRY ONE OF OUR TASTY PLATE LUNCHES from 55tf up HOTEL NOBLE Coffee Shop wunlinuoiis Every Day Box Office Open.s !:•{» Show Starts 2ifl1) LISTEN TO KI.C* 1:00 ».m. 12:45 n.m 4:M p.^ Thursday & Friday COMIX*; TO Tin; nrr/. f'ASS Tl.Mnr.KI.ANK with S-onrrr Tracy anrt Una Turner. May IS .V 19. CAVTAIX FROM I'ASTII.K with Tyrone Vowcr and .Une Pcttrs —May 20-21. B. F.'s ]>Ali«HTI-R wllh Barh^rii Manwyck and Vnn Hcnin, May SKCRKT I.IFK OK WALTER MIT TV win, ,„„„,. Kayc ani1 y|r Rin« M.ij,,. .May 25-26 SI.KEP MV I.ovi: ^i,,, nauclcllc tolhcrt aim H 0 n Amccln-. 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