The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 23, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 23, 1952
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FAGB FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER Pat Mullins, Society Editor Miss Cleveland Is Again Honored Continuinp the whirl of pre-mip- tlal events being given lor Miss Rosana Cleveland bride elect of Hcr- nian Storey. Jr, was a bricial shower given fast, night at the Rustic Inn, by Mrs. Jimmy iiransrum. Miss K.atherine Wrslbrook, Mr*. Tommy Westbrook, and Miss Norn Simpson. Crystal vases of pinV: rose bvuls were about the room, nnd fnrrniiiR the central design were sum drop ficurcs of a Inirte and Broom. A blue-tinted hobnail bo'.vl nf fltmthia pink roses centered the lAfe l:iid gift tnble. • For the occasion. Miss Cleveland received in a uoiis.'eau mode! of tomato red touched u'lth crisp white orpandy. she pimu-d an orchid at her shoulder. Her chair lov the evo- nins's activities wns marked whh a large \vhite salin bov . In the games that vere played. Mrs. Roland Bi'hop and Mrs, Ann Howtird \von prices. « .Mrs. J. M. Clrvclcind. mother of the honoree was a sprcmi puest and was presented a shoulder arrangement, of white carnations. Bits of News Louis Lynch Is in Hot Springs where- he is attending an Insurance convention. Mr. anri Mrs. B A. Lynch and »\fr. and Mrs. H, A. Porter win leave Sunday tor Hot !{,'$ where they, will attend a bankers convention al the Arlington Hotel. Mr. and Mr*. J, A. Leech left yesterday for several wocks in Dnl- af> and other cities in Texas where they plan to visit relatives. Mr. and Mts. Murray Smart and .John SUckrnon IcH Tue.sriay for TuUme University to jnin ihcir .son, Murray, Jr., EI student, thrre, v:ho will spend the summer vacation with hh parent*. A Urn Berry arrjvfl todnv from University of Miri'j^ippi, Oxford, to be lljc yeok end gurv-.t. o( his parent-, Mr. and Mrs, Kendall Henry, anri to attend the j?ra filiation to- ni',!hl o[ hi- 1 ? brother. Joiry Berry, from nivthevillf JUtrh Srliool. Mr-,. W. J. Pollard nnd Mrs. O. W. Pylo.s left- This mnrnlns for St. Louis where tliuy will be the week enrt C^IOF-'.I of Jud^r and Mrs, Roy H:ii ]K-r anri daughter, Kate. They n rT poitiu pai'ticulai'lv fn he with Alri. F. E. Black of BlylhevSlle, who is recuperating at St. Luke's Ho>pi(al from s\n operation which she iilcrwcnt last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jrie Evrard and infant, daughter, of .M»mplii5 Mrs. Cable Is Honoree at Club Mrs. Philip Applcbauni was hosl- ff, Inst nlsht for dinner as ninm- irrs of C and N Birthday Club ftathered to honor Mrs. Dill Cable. A birthday cake with the club's . traditional six candles centered a j Ince laid table, on which also stood I] low bowls of spring blossoms with s'.Urls of creencry. Following the dinner, the pue.sU played bunco and high score went to Mrs, R. A. Stringer, Mrs, Russell Rlales won low and Mrs. .J!m Hrnry Lutes won bunco. j Speriaf guests at the meeting j were Mrs. Riales Mrs. Carl Marshall and Mrs. H. A. Gary. CKAIH'ATi; — Mi.s.s Marilyn Oven, daughter of Mrs. Julia II. Owen of Luxora. and granddaughter of Mr. ami Mrs. R. C. Bryant, alpo of Luxora, is a member of the graduating claps at nur.-e's school at St. Vincent's Infirmary. K,\ HOI:TI: TO TOKVO—Mr5. CliarlPK Bittncr nnt! three-year-old 5cm. Charles. Jr., lett yesterday for San Francisco and will sail for Tokyo about June fj. They will jr>in their husband and father, Captain Charles Bittner fj[ thn Air Force, who hti.s been fitrttinnert In Jnpan for approximately ti year, Mrs. BUlm-i i.s the? former Mi?s Elizabeth Ann Wil.Min. iCourlrr \c\v.s I'hotoJ Worthy Grand Matron Is Guest Semester Honor Roll Released At Dell School Dell Hish School noil for the second semester has nrfti released by the principal o! the school. Twelfth prarie—Mellm champion. f~\r Vtr* Brlnkley. Ernest Shelton. S»l-jL>T ly Tate. Brnxton Gill, «nd Jean i Martin. I A luncheon given by the Order -f- Eleventh Grade—Cecil Ashabrnn- of the Enstern Stnr In the Masonic i ner. and Frances Ballard. Ltxlge yesterday honored Mrs. Ruth [ nUrSnQV ROO< Tenth Grade—Carole Ann Lad- Thorpe, worthy Brand matron of -<^>-*y ^wi^ ner. Donald Barnes, anrt Billy She!- j the Arknnsas Eastern Star. t on , | Other grand officers present \vere Ninth Grade — Margaret Ann [ Mrs. Frances Dogan of Osccola, Whistle. Maureen DobYis. Ola Ray [and Mrs- Anne Dial, past worthy Tweedle. PaUsy Garrett. Noble Gill., Brand matrons: Mrs. Kalhcrine Peterson, j Green o[ Manila, associate prand j conductress: Mrs. Lena Rarr of For- j rest City, deputy grand lecturer of the lath district-: Mrs. Azalea Garrison, deputy grand lecturer of the 12th district: Mrs. Elmer Bantly In III Layerne RlRby, Shirley and A. G. Moody. Eighth Grade—Carolj'n Jackson. Shelby Keeling. Sylvia Byars. and Loretta Sigmln. Seventh Orade — Patsy Buford. Prances Garner. Hilfon Harris. Gall Smith, and Carolyn Snell. Sijtth Grade—Larry Moody, Jerry Peeples, Frnnl: Slgmln. Patsy Brown. Linda Fears. Geneva Jeffries, Linda Loveless. Gloria Tweedie, and Annie R- Thrasher. Fifth Orade — Shirley Ballard. Lirry Jackson. Linda Simpson. Elizabeth Tidwcll. Billy Joe Turney. and Jean WlllbanVs. Fourth Grade—Jerry Brown. Jimmis Smith. Snmmle Lons. Shelby Gross. Aniia Hinch. Linda Keelin?. Brenda Nlchotas. and Annie Sipcs. Third Orade—Huby Sue Dowty, Brcnda Fears. Lois Key. Stoy Long. Shirley Rhoads. Betty Tucker. Sclma Wilbanks. Louise Bnllard. Mary Ann Brovvnlee, Kathye Caldwell. Janett Donahue, Sandra Keener. Janice Russell, and Ann Phillips. Second Grade — H u I h Abbott, Sammy Blackwood. Wilma Cole. •lAiey Crawford. Jim Gill, Bobby i Henderson. Carl Harris, Dickie 1 Jackson, Pat PhlUips, Sue Ramey. Glencla Thompson, Billy Boyrt, Tommy Calhoun. Buddy Cook. Larry Douglas, Jimmy Eubanks. Mai- and Mrs. Mnttle Ship pen of Osceola. grand representatives: Mrs. Tommy Cash of Wilson, prand representative; and Mrs, Maude Cor- biit of Joiner, member of the committee on the home for the ageri. Mrs. W, C. Colston served as tonslmistress, and Introduced each guest and all Blythevllle chapter officers. Following their introduction, each grand officer spoke briefly. In a program uhlch followed, Mrs. Edna Coleinan, vocalist, p;c- .sented two solos as Mrs. IX E. McCaskill accompntiied her at the piano. Fulton Ellis performed a Juggling net. Tti bring the mnctiiiK to a clo?c Mr. and Mrs. Gus Eberdt each gave brief talks. Dessert rnok WHS held fit the home I of Mrs. Cleo Wren when she entertainer! members of the Thursday Rook Club. Guest. 1 * included Mrs. John Rcntt and Mrs, Grover Wren of Osccola. Taking top honors was Mrs. W. B. Mayo nnd second went to Mrs. Clco Wren. Mrs. Kugene Brown won rooko. today to bo with his father, M arms Evrard, who is 'eriously ill at B!ytlir>vil!e Hospital. Mrs. S. S. Patterson IP ft todiy for FaypltevlUe -A here she will spend the weekend with her daugh- tfir, Miss Vivinn PMtrrson, a student at the University of Arl;an?as. Ted Howser returner! last niwht to Kennedy Veterans Hospital. Memplns. affer spend ins several days liere with Sirs. Howser and their daughters. Dr. Alfred Vise yesterday delivered a Memorial Day addross at the weekly meeting ot the Osceola Kiwanis Ciub. He spnke on "The American Ideals of Frccrtoin for Which Our Brothers Died a n ri Still arc Fighting Today All Over The World." Fred Ervnn Wimberly. son of Mr. nnd Mrs, D. E. Wimberly, Is n Hlythevillo Hospital recovering roni a broken collar bone he receiver! while playinsr at Walker Park on a school picnic. Dr. Jack Webb will be in St. .ouis from May 25 until June 6, where he will take a course given jy the Hansell Alerby Foundation. Pfc, Jack W. King stationed al -Bridge Given In Home Ifven guests met with club mem- R yesterday as Mrs. Harry A. arrived H;iinr5 entertained members of Ki- The Cape Buttons On -r _i Are Kay Sander?, Bobby Jean Motse. Mary Kay Stevens, and. Jimmy Lynn Tidwrll. First Grade—Charles Byars. Don Bowman, Ronnie Lee Gripes. Mary Ann Kirk, Don Allan LiEeett. Darry Ryals and Jc\veltline Tucker. In addition to this list, these other students were on the honor roll for the last six wecVs of the sec- orui semester: Ninth grade—Hay Naney; seventh trade—Agnes Walker, fifth crane— Susie Pricldy. Tommy Prince arid jr.rqueltne Mayher; fourth erarlr.— Eammie Lone. Jimmio Smith. Mary Crawford. Laura DownlnB, Albert Gross. Ida Helms. Carolyn Ho?an. Shirley Rizgs, Jlmmic Southard, Jerry Reeves. Second Brartr— Linda Kay Phillips, anrt Martha Trearlway: first crarte—Bonny Arnold. Shirley Blair. Joyce Byril. FrarAlin Eubank^. Jack Garrett. Brenda Harris. Billy Keener. Frflnkte Lewis. Gloria Mortron. Sue Nicholas. Edrtir .sharp, Wilf Sherry, aiifi H:unen Shciry. Luncheon Given In Cure Home j A color Si-home of j.oft pink ft the j-crn*:- for •A I'.ir.chenn ye-trvrtay in thp home of Mrs. E. J. Curo. whrn she entertained members of tlic Thur-riay Club. G'ie?ts. o'hrr than ;he rh;b. in- cli;drd N^rs E, ^^. Rr-?eno'd. p.nd NfrF. Patn Knisl-,i of selmcr, Tenn . •who is ihi? hrnr-c' i:uc>i of Mrs. R'.;?sell Phillips, her sl^cr. The lurtrhfon tablf wa~- centered ^"Ith a b'Xiiuft o' pink carntvtlons to carry OUT :h<> roior scheme. Mrs C. W. A!flick \von hich score \n the bridKr ^amcs \ hnt tollo'A eel Ihc luncheon. Mrs. R. F. Kirsriticr w?.s second hich. During "Teacher Appreciation Week" now underway here, the ele- montary tofl^nrti hnvp boen entpr- 1 groups. ' Mrs. ,1. C, Droke.anri MTF. Byron ] Mnorp. Mrs, H. A Sbnrp and \ Hurry Bradley entertained yesterday with a liinrhcnn nt the home of Mrs. Morire for members of the Lnnce (acuity. MIPS Winnie. Turner supervisor of elemcntnry schools ' nlsn wns a luncheon ?ue*t. j Memliers nf (lie Ynrbro faculty ' luncheon rvt the home nf Mrs, Clyde I OnineF with Mrs. Frank Rnay her I co-hn=te5s. Mrs, R. A. I3?frymnn, i whn is elnnentrvi'v music riiwtor, wns InclurierJ in the pue,>t list. - Mrp. E. ,1. Cure cnf-Tinnier! Cm- trnl tr,u:lifT.=; Frid.'iv with a lumh- eon when Mi.-'s Turner And Mrs Borrymnn aitenilrd. At The la-t meetln? of the Ru 1- buvy r,i i'ent-Tfflch(*rs A> = L i, earh teacher was prc.-eiited with n box of rhocnLites. Ohio at her home on Adams, with dessert and bridge. Guests included Mrs. Robert A. Warren. Mrs. James C. Guard. Mrs. Worth Holder, Mrs. Garrartl Cau- riill, Mrs. Gene Teaford, Mrs. Waller Daniels, and Mrs Bobby Dyess. daisies, predominating other spring blossoms, provided the flora! arrangement which decorated the Haines home. In the bridge games, Mrs, Warren won high score, Mrs. Jnne Cnrson -.vas second high, Mrs, Daniels was third high and Mrs. Charles AI- flick, Jr., won brideo. i Nueve Meets In Stevens Home Mr.s. Cnlenian Stevens was hostess 'sterrlflv to members of T.a Nueve for an afternoon of bridge and des- Mrs. HowcH Brewer, Mrs. Sevens' mother, and Mrs. Ru?s?n Farr were pilots for the afternoon, Mr.s. Newton \Vhiti<> won fiist pl;Ke in brldRe ^ames and ^ l HPJI Mac White won second place. Mrs. Brewer also was presented with a gift. Semi-Canasta Club Meets in Home Semi-Canasta Club me>nrj?rs were entertained last nlrrht In the home of Mrs. Earl Knipple with Mr.s Ray Moore hoste5B. Mr.s. Erby Hodge was n guest of the club. Bouquets of rose? entwined with honeysuckle were u?ed throuchnut the entertaining rooms. In the canasta cames. Mrs. Travis Decn won hi?h and Mrs. Ray Moore won second. At Luxora High Jeanie Lewis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ruff Lewis of Manila, and John Thweale, son of Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Thweate of Luxora, have been named co-editors of the Luxora Hich School newspaper. The Panther, for the school year 193253. Both will he members ol the sraduaiing class next year. FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1953 \ C. C. Club Meets In Assembly Hall A regular meeting of the Chlcka.- saw courts Club was held last night in the assembly hall with Mrs. Verda Trice hostess. Two visitors were Mrs.. Mary Lightfool nnd her mother Mrs. W. ;l. LIghtfoot. General discussion was conducted . during the business session on "Ways to make Chtckasaw Courts a more beautiful and better place to live." Following the meeting a social hour was held in 'rtiicli the hostess served a sandwich plat« and Iced 1 drinks. ' ' Coming Events Friday Mrs. Roljr-rt Warren is hostess to the Friday Contract Bridge Club. Mrs. Doyle Henderson is hostess to members of the Friday Club. Saturday Spaghetti supper at Blytlievllle Country Club 1:30 p.m. followed by plct'urcs of Kentucky-Oklahoma Sugar Dowl football Kanie at 9. Church Helps Another CENTRALTA, 111. (/Pi—Fire destroyed the First Christian Church of Centralla and » re-building fund was started the same day. The first $1,000 was given by members of the First Methodist Church. Flatirons Still Used In Faraway P/crces, Manufacturer Says BOYERTOWN, Pa. ifT) — One of the oldest iron works in the country stil is turning out fiatirons for faraway places. The Colehrookdale Iron Co., was founded in the early 1700's and the blacksmith shop that is still used was one of the original buildings Until 1929 Colehrookdale's principal product was the olcl-lashioncd iron that must, be heated on top of the stove. With the introduction (if electrically-heated irons Colebrookdale turned to other products, t But orders still abound for irons from women who live In parts of this country where there is no electrical service, and from many foreign countries. A boon to the flatiron business has been a recent fad to use the irons for door-stops, book ends and desk ornaments. William B.. Keely, head of the firm, recently emptied his ware^. house of irons to fill orders froi^jl gift, shops In New York snd other cities. There the irons were painted black and decorated with Pennsylvania-Dutch symbols. Wedding Ring Found STEWIACKE. N.S. IAPJ—A gold wedding ring lost on R farm here 32 years RCJO was found in a garden by 8-year-old Beverly MacKay. It belonged to a grand-aunt of the child, who tost It while preparing to move with her husband to Alberta in 1920. home in Doyle, Tenn. She will go on to Lander College in Greenwood, j S. C., for the week end. Miss Bos- Fort Hancock, N. J., is spending j ?on has resided here with Mr. and two-weeks furlough with Mrs. Mrs. R. L. Dedman on Ash Street. W. L. Green nnd family. Mrs. Orvllle Brown, of Strathmore, Calif., Is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weed- mnn.. Mrs, Joe Davis and Mrs. T. A. Folder are spending (he day in Memphis. Miss Pattye Bosson, Rlyihevllle High School librarian lor thiA past year, will lenve Saturday for her Miss Martha Ashford, who taught Spanish and French at Blythevllle High School for the past year, will leave Saturday for her home in RusseHvllle, Ark., to spend the summer with her parents. Prof. and Mrs. Guy W. Ash ford. She hn.= marie her home with Mr. and Mis. Ellis Hodges on Chlckasawba Avenue since she has been in Bltyhe- vllle. CORRECTION Wagnar'* Skinless Franks advertised erroneously at 25c Lb., should have been LB. 52? KROGER "Live Better for Less" WHY PAY MORE? When it cornea to Bpeed, quality and purity la aspirin— feu Can't Get Mw» than guaranteed by "the world's larR- est seller at lOc," St.Joseph OOCTD8 ?APPROVED SATURDAY IS By Sue Burnett This attractive ensemble [or 'ln- At the Hospitals Blvtlirvillr llii> L. H. H:tv. Ciiy Johi^.nle HiU, Oscerilr* Cam! Brn-. (-is. Ci:y Robert L. Rob'.iitoiv City Mrs. V. n. OM' C»y The drr.'f; is rut on ,^h:n viriivcv-: lilies that so imcthrr'llk.- ;\ charm the miniature cape buttons on for ,-lreet Pattern N'o B.^.^c) i? a >n-A-nt" ]i 1R. 2(>: ^0. -12 S!7.« 14, rirrsf, 3 14 :-ri:(is rf 30-mch; cafe, I 1 - y.»;n- For tills p^;te;-a ,srr L <l 30:- in C'OINS. your namn. ;ui<lrr-*. -ii" ''.'•iM-d. anil the PATIKKX Sl'M- i;rr; to su" Rumr-:. OMI:-.- Xe^s. :.:,") Q'.iln-y S!.. Clni .ir-i fi. Ill '• H.f.r FAFHfON for '5! Is filled -''i : h ideas ;o mnkf yn-ir rlnthr-> Ir.sdyet uo further -• ttilie-s.lvin'2 an^ r'[-or.o:;nr,il dr.MCns that ure r:isv '•"> M'v. Gilt punrMi prn^ted in>i(ie. 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Ice C rerun Satunliiv S Sundav Only I Gold Edge Dessert Spoon t&fc^ C- & /* -icJc"" t°«"^.-- Serial: of (he Congo & Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY i,-,lM*i!.»h»«m«S3«CT! Blytheville, Ark. u A triple rnl«>:iii< >nluc! Tiinrr. ilifTrrrnt frrnl*; fl ivlinle fr.ipranrp co//rrd'on ... for ulial you might pay far a Mncle hutlle! Tlirsi- famiiiifl TIIMV fr.igrnnrrs innkc iii<-! aiir.i. livc-lookio; iri.\ ;ou'll «ant to gi\e the id al » gift loo. WOODS DRUG Blythtvillo K!LLER OR HERO?, ilcryl Al mmim WILLIAMS M Paramount News. Cartoon & Novelty Reel Ritz Guests Mr. & Mrs. Hilly lioone & Family Mr. & Mrs. Harold Thompson & Family \!so Serial: Radar Man No.IO Plus Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature • " [ must eat iiiiisij &, MONCGWV f •;:•!! Cv> Also Melro News

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