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PAGE FOUR * BLTTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER wflONBBDAT, APRIL *, /\tew& Put Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4461 Mrs. Kerbough Hostess to Club Mrs. Don KerboUfh entertained •t her home last night for the N. N. Bridge Club, when two tables of memberc attended. The hostess served dessert course during the evening. Bouquets of spring blossoms were used at vant- . »ge points throughout the enter tainlng rooms. Winners of the bridge games were MiM Mary Jo Eaton, first place. Miss Betty Ann Harber. second, and Mrs. Russell Simpson, brldgo. Christian Women Meet in Homes Members of the Hope .and Faith Groups of the Christian Women'i Fellowship of the First Christian Church met at the homes of Mn. Bojce Moore and Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Monday for program*. Mr«. James Rainwater was a guest of the Hope Group at the home of Mr». Moore, when Mrs. Sam H»n- ley was program leader of "Africa Calling." She was assisted by Mrs. John McHanej. Mrs. Russell Hays, Mrs. R. L. Dedman, Mrs. James Terry, Mrs. Frank Brown and Mrs. Ben Harpole. Mrs. M. Fittsimmons gave the de votional from "The Hearth Stone,' aft« which they were dismissed and refreshments were eerved in the §o- eial hour. Wine member! attended the Faith Group meeting, when Mrs. Eric Whitley was In charge of the program, "Africa Calling." Mrs. C. A Tant, Mrs. L. L. Ward, and Miss Neal Luckett save parts on the pro- grim, which was followed by the devotional on stewardship given by Mrs. Ellis. Refreshments were served by the hostess following the program. Mn. S. G. Smith Gosnell Couple Marries in Home Bits of News 4 p* Guest Meets With Club Here Mrs. Jack Jordon wan the guest of Mrs. F. E. Dtley yesterday when she entertained members of the La Petite Club at her home for their •weekly meeting. Mrs. Rupert Crafton won first place in the afternoon's bridge game, with second and brldgo go ing to Mrs. Max Usrey. i ' Refreshments were served during the afternoon from the tables, which held bouquets of rose buds. DKG Society Has Dinner-Meeting Mrs. B. D. Fe«therstone. Mrs. Rex Warren, Miss Frances Bowen, Mls« L'.ma B. Wllhelm and Miss Cecil Caesidy were hostesses yesterday, lor a dinner meeting of the Zetn Chapter, Delts Kappa Gamma Society, In the Colonial Room, Hotel Noble. The society's colors, red and gold, •were used in the centerpiece of red TOMS and gold tulips and In the place cards. Reports of the recent state contention at Little Rock were given by Mrs. Otis Shepherd and Miss Cassidy, who served us delegates Irom the Blytheville chapter. It was anounced that Miss Cas- ildy has been re-elected to the State Scholarship Committee, which each year awards scholarships for In-service teacher training and for future teachers. Mrs. Shepherd, chapter president, presided In the business session, in which plans were completed for the innual recruitment tea, honoilng members of the Future Teacher Clubs and retired teachers of Mississippi County. The tea is to be held May 17 at the home of Mrs. C. L. Moore, 613 West Main. of Mr. and Mrs. Buford Pate and Steven Grant Bmlth, son of Mi and Mrs. C. O. Smith, both of Gosnell, were married Monday'night In the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Potter of Gosnell. Mr. Potter, justice of peace officiated at the ceremony. For her marriage, Mrs. Smith chose a blue suit with red acce.v sories. She waa attended by Miss Jeanettt Lee »» maid of honor, and Misses Bertha Carter and Louise Smith, She is a member ol the junior class at Gosnell High School where she Is a member of the Beta Club. Mr. Smith also attended Qosnell High School. They will make their home in Gosnell. where the groom Is engaged in farming. Dessert Bridge Given for Club Mrs. James Terry was hostess yesterday afternoon In the Green Room of the Country Club to members of the Tri-Town Bridge Club lor dessert bridge. Bouquets of Dutch lrl« and tulips were seen on the mantel and about the entertaining rooms. Mrs. B. W. Brogdon was 8 finest of the members for the afternoon's enlerlalnment. Winners of the afternoon's bridpn g«me.s were Mrs. Qen« Ten ford, first place, and second. Mrs. Newton WhlUs, RA Conclave To Be Held The BRptlst Royal Ambassador Conclave Is to be held on the recreational grounds of the New Liberty Baptist Church at 1:30 p.m. Friday. The program is In be In the form of ft Western round-up, with supper served chuck wagon style. B. T. ..adner, afisociational RA leader. Is ,o bo In charge of the program. Western lyrics arc to be Klven by Don Whitney, and gnmes are to be directed by John L. Brothers. The Inspirational address Is to be given by J. D. Wagner, associate brotherhood secretary of Arkansas. All men »nd boy» have been Invited. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn W. Brown or at Bear Creek, Ark., attending a t w o - d a y Insurance managemen meeting. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. E. Wade had a their Ruests Monday their daughter Mrs. Bill Dissee, nnd Mr. Dlssee o Little flock, who w™ returning from a trip to St. Louis to thei; home. Ml«s Sally Trleschmann, daughtei of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Trleschmann received double honors In recen voting at Mississippi Southern Col. lege. Miss Trleschmann was elected treasurer of the women'i Studen Government Association for the coming year and sponsor of Battery C in the ROTC. As an ROTC sponsor, she will be honored at the an- lied for I of (he Omega national social sorority and a member of the freshman class. Mr. and Mrs. John Walden arrived home yesterday from Corpus Christl and Klngsville, Tex., and Monterey. Mexico, where they ipent two weeks. In Klngsville. they visited Mrs. Walden's brother, C. R. Price, and Mr«. Price, and her mother. Mrs. M. A. Price, who accompanied them home for the aum- mer. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Daniel of Chattanooga, Tenn., are visiting at New Liberty with their parents, Mr. and Mr«. B. H. Crook, and Mr. and Mrs C D, Daniel. | Dr Alfred Vise was guest speaker yesterday at a weekly luncheon meetmc; of the Osceola Rotary Club. He spoke on "Present World Conditions," and will repent his ipeech, which Is based on his experiences In Europe, hl« standpoint as American and as a minister, by special request In Luxora, Joneiboro and Poplar Bluff. Mrs. James Terry took her children. Mike and Jane, and their friends, Joe and Ann Rainwater, nnd Mary Frances Arends to Memphis Sunday, where they visited the Zoo following a picnic lunch. The Rev. and Mrs. Jamei' W. Rainwater are in Little Rock, where they are attending a meeting for church summer camps. The Rev. P. H. Jernigan, formerly or Blytheville, held n revival at Selmer, Tenn., Ml. Gilend Church last week. He was joined Sunday by Mrs. Jernlgnn, Dr. nnd Mrs. L. Howton, Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Long, Mr. and Mrs G. W. Jernlgan and Inmlly of Little Rock, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Jernigan of Semlnole, Okla., nnd Miss Eleanor Jernlgan of Ok- Inhomn City, for a family reunion attended by about 200. A. F. Dietrich returned last night from a two-day Insurance conference "in Little Rock Monday and Tuesday. " W. J. Rodgers and daughter, Miss BilHe Jane Rodgers. nre visiting In Mississippi this week. While Mr. Rogers is the truest of his sister, Mrs. Gordon Dlllard, und family in New Albany, Miss Rodgers will visit nt Olr Miss. Oxford, for several days. She was graduntcd from Ole Miss last year. Mrs. Rodgers Is Hostess to Circle Members of Circle Nine of the First Baptist Church met at the home ot Mrs. W. J. Kodgera last Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission He & 39c Al All Times • WED -THURS Double Feature ALSO CARTOON: Cucklt Corner* OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK HONOR STUDENTS.— Anita Holme* (left), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Holmes of Lepanto, has been named valedictorian of the 1953 graduating class of Mississippi County High School at West Eidge and Owenneva Simmons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Taft Smith of Cteceola, Rt. 3, has been named salutatorian. Anita has served as .vice president of the 4-H Club, as secretary of the Future Homemakers of America chapter and on the school newspaper and annual staffs. She plans to attend Arkansas State College. Gwenneva, who Is married to Billy Jo Simmons, also a member of the class of 1983, has been PHA president, 4-H Club president and lettered in basketball. She and her husband plan to attend Arkansas State. Commencement at Missco High School is scheduled for May 20. 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! ADM: 50c Children Under 12 FREE with Parents LAST TIMES TONIGHT BIG DOUBLE FEATURE! BUCK NITE! BRING A CARLOAD FOR $1 ALSO CARTOON 2a TUB STOKYOF* THURSDAY & FRIDAY THEtMARITTER JAN STERLING Dinner Party Given for Club Member* of the Octave Club were guesta last night of Mrs. Russell Rlales, when she entertained with dinner parly at her home on Oountry Club Drive, A white linen outwork cloth on the dining table, was topped by ft centerpiece of rose buds and gladioli, Interspersed with greenery. Samba games provided the evening's entertainment, In which Mrs. R. A. Carey won first place and Mrs. W. E. Jost won second. In a brief business session plans were made for club members to entertain their husbands with dinner party In two weeks. Tuesday Club s Entertained Mrs. Jeese Taylor was hostess at her home yesterday at noon for a uncheon for members of the Tuesday Club, and an afternoon of >rldge games. Mrs. Henry Humphries and Mrs. , J. Cure were Invited for luncheon and bridge with the club. Blue anci yellow Dutch iris formed the centerpiece for the dining •oom table, where the guests were seRl-ed. In the afternoon's games, Mrs. W. C. Higginson won first place, with second going to the hostess. night, with 13 members a guest at- .ending. Mrs, J. M. Cleveland presided in he business session, and the hos- .ess was in charge of the program, Mexico." She was assisted in giving he program by Miss Cliffie Overman, Mr.i. Ben Mayes, Mrs. J., M. Walls, Mrs. J. M, Cleveland, Mrs. Villie Dobson, Mrs. H. F. Claire and Mrs. Paul Belew. Number Nine WMD Meeting Conducted Mrs. Carl Webster was hostess to members of the Number Nine Women's Missionary Union of the Baptist Church Monday night, when Mrs. T. N. Johnson gave the open Ing prayer followed by the repeating of the WMU watchword. The inspirational program was given by Mrs. Raymond Whittle, followed by the devotional given by Mrs. Nellie Northcutt. Prayers were offered by Mrs. Nora Bell and Mrs. Ruel Hatley. Mrs. Dorothy Ray, Mrs. Webster and Mrs. Shirley Johnson each gave a short talk, after which Mrs. Bob Stovall dismissed the meeting with prayer. In the social hour, refiesh- ments were served. Recent Bride Is Honoree at Shower DOGWOOD — Mrs. Tommy Weather." was honoree at a shower given last week by Mrs. Charles Hicks, Mrs. Harold Doyle and Mra. Henry Long at the Dogwood Club house. Mrs. Weathers Is a recent bride, who was married at Huntsville, Ark. She is the former Miss Charlotte Farrell of Gravette, Ark. Mr. Weathers is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Weathers of Burdette. Fifty guests attended the party, at which games provided the evening's entertainment. Prizes were awarded by Mrs. H. C. Weathers, Jr., who directed games, to Mrs. Paul Long and Mrs. Buddy Brown. The honoree, who chose a blue and white' glazed cotton dress for the occasion, was given a corsage of white flowers. Her chair and gift iable were decorated with white, blue, and yellow flowers, and satin bows. Mrs. H. C. Weathers, Sr., was a special guest, and out-of-town guests were Mrs. Charles Kencmore and Mrs. Herman Phillips of Osceola. LAST TIMES TODAY ^^^^^^^^i^i^j^^^^ • •••••••••••••••••••»•••••••«•••«••••••••••'••• assjf <V/////////'//'/7//s/S//#///W<^ / if3& i ' mmcE mutt • DICK KESSOK **» «m • mi HM .1m"™". ™ ™ Musical Fen In re: Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. Tom A. Little, Jr. Mrs. M. L. Hawkins & Family Mr. & Mrs. Doyle Turner Mrs. Odie Yarbro . THURSDAY & FRIDAY Well,for laughing out loud. c5 t? Paramounf News & Selected Rhnrls RITZ GUESTS Miss Angle Hood Mrs. Mary Emma Heid Mr. & Mrs. K. A. Rice Mr. & Mrs. Kelso Hrooks & Family Rondal Johnson Tops Honor List, 93 Others Named Rondal Johnson again topped the honor roll at Blytheville High School for the second six weeks of the second semester, with Hugh Hopper and Bonnie Nell McCormick tleing for second place. Laura Hemby was In third place, and Patsy Caldwell In fourth. Forty seven other students were named on the honor roll and 42 made honorable mention . Named on the honor roll were Leroy Hall, Peggy Oilmer, Earl Hyde, Bob Childress, Jo Alice McGuIre, Jean Bradley, Danny Cobb, Sammy House, Shirley Lovelace, Mary Beth Daniels. Sam Lum, Marjorie Dougherty, Marilyn Dougherty, Carol Ann Holt, Sue Jobe. Joe Young, Gall Whitsitt. Harold Daniels, • Joe . Whlsenhunt, Janice Johnson, Eugene Belknap, Patsy Yarbro, May Hill, Sandra Long, June Cunningham, Eugene Drew, Charles Langston, Fruma Borowsky, J. C. Prlvett, James Franklin, Jimmle Weidman, Harold Wright, Harvey Smith, Shirley Wade. Luther Taylor, Lawrence Bradley, James Hubbard, Nancy Hamby, Billy Gilbow, Frances Slayton, Calvin Cieschln, James Kitchens, Bernice Flowers, Betty Oarrott, Eugene Still, Jimmy Nelson, and Johnny Loggins. Named on the honorable mention list were Gailya Stllwell, Frances Walden, Bonnie Poff, Peggy Taylor, Willie Sue Evans, Peggy Elledge, Anna Mae Greer, Robert Lee Gordon, Eloise Richardson, Millie Bradley, Barbara Griffin, Nina Richardson. Terry Vail Dolores Penny, Frank Seay, Betty Johnson, Jerry Edwards, Gwendolyn Rhodes, Shirley Johnese, Delores, Adams, Linda Bunch, Deanna Crews, Freddy Beecham, Qlenda Frtl, Charles Ray Hall, James Loveless, Betty Ann Watson. Evelyn Bowen, Demetri Crews, Martha Ann Foster, Ann Perry, Mary Ann Grimes, Rhonda Eaton, Bobbie Kllllan, Bobby Lee Hill, Condon Bush, Emadel Swearengen, jack Jackson, Patsy Weaver, Pat Smothermon, and Johnny O'Brien. Dell Methodists Have Program Meet Mrs. L. M. Moody and Mrs. Goah Liggett entertained members of the "Women's Society of Christian Service of Dell Methodist Church Monday in the social hour, following their weekly program. Mrs. Mavis Settlemire taught the study course on Africa. In the business session, May 16 was set as the date for the annual May Breakfast. Mrs. O. E. Honeyciitt was named chairman of the planning committee. She is to be assisted by Mrs. R. B. Crawford and Mrs. John Miller. In ;he social hour, the hostesses eerved refreshments and the closing prayer was given by Mrs. Moody, Mrs. W. E. Rhodes Hostess to HD Club Mn. W. B. Rhodes wai hoit«M at her home Monday afternoon lor » meeting of the Number Nine Home Demonstration Club for a monthly program. Mrs. Rhodes gave the devotional, taken from Genesis, and Mn. M. L. Harp gave the eye-opener. Roll call was answered with books that members had read. The president, Mrs. Lloyd French, was In charge of the business session and Mrs. Gertrude Holiman demonstrated the diet plan, "Eat to Grow Slim." Mrs. Rhodes and Mrs French were in charge of the social hour. At the Hospitals niytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. W, O. Reeves, City Louise McCullough, City D. J. Hodge. Sr., City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Peggy Slaughter and baby, City Mrs. Woodrow Sills, City Mrs. Fulton Ellis, City Ted Smith. City Mice Tell Candy Story OTTAWA W—Five white mice in a laboratory here are the health department's answer to children who eat too much candy and soft drinks. Three of them were healthy and full of bounce after a month's diet of cheese, carrots, bread and milk. On this balanced diet, two of them doubled In weight and one became three times as big. Two others, skinny and lifeless, moped around a corner of their cage. They weighed about the same as they did a month earlier when they started eating bread and jam, candies and cookies. There was a sixth, but he proved to be an evenbetter example In the nutritional experiment staged by Dr. B. Pett, head of the health department's nutrition division. He died after 14 days of the sweet tooth diet. Diagnosis: Malnutrition. Corning Events Tbwida/ Gleaner! Sunday School Clan ol the First Baptist Church has meet- Ing with Mrs. W. E. Wallace, J010 Holly, at 7<30 p.m. Euzelian' Sunday School Clasi of the First Baptist Church has pot- luclc supper at 7 p.m. at the home of Mrs. A. T. Hays at 713 Pecan. Esther Class of the First Baptist Church has 7:30 p.m. meeting at the home of Mrs. Raydo Veacr. Mrs. T. H. Caraway Is to entertain members of the GEO Club. Thursday Contract Club meets with Mrs. G. G. Caudill. TLE Club is to meet with Mrs. W. J. Cupples Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Ben Mac White, is hostesi to members of the La Nueve Club. • Kibitzer Clubs meets with Mrs. J. M. Williams, Jr. Mrs Russell Phillips is to entertain members of the Thursday Club. Mrs C. A Cunninfham is to be hostess to members of the Midweek Club . Friday Blytheville Council of Church Women have May Fellowship program meeting at the First Methodist Church at 3 p.m. - Mrs. Russell C. Farr is hostess to members of the Friday Contract Club. Mrs. Clyde Fatten is hostess to members of the Vendredi Club Dorcas Class of the First Baptist Church meets at church at 2:30 p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. E. M. fiaton and Miss Cordelia Wilhite. * LITTLE LIZ— *> The fact that history repeat! itself is proof enough of man's stupidity. • UK • Read Courier Frews Classifies Ads NOTICE NEW LOCATION I have moved my office from the Jackson Building across the street to the Glencoe Building. I'll appreciate all my friends coming to see me at this new location. ' H. C. CAMPBELL Phone 6819 REALTOR Phone 8656 Clara's Shop Presents a Gigantic PRICE SALE Thursday - Friday - Saturday-Monday 1 GROUP FINE SUITS 1 GROUP DRESSES 1 GROUP SLIPS DOLORES BRAS All the above 2 Price! 1-3 OFF ON ALL TOPPERS ODDS-AN-ENDS Values to One Bi « Table 4.50 for Only $1.00 Use Our Lay-Away Plan Clara's Shop A1O W..» Main In BlvthtVlIU . JL.

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