The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 26, 1948 · Page 2
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rouu Bocietu A/etui • * Phon« 4461 JBLYTHEVIM.g (ARK.) COURIER NKW8 Holland Honor Students Mis* Joyner Is Honored At Dessert Bridge Party Sodbury Pupils to Have Summer Reading Club w"m. D u C< ?l e ' the ' brlcle 0( ' J»clc'pils at Sudbury "school 8 have or- McPhtil Chttnutt. of Vero BtJdi, ganlzed a Summer Reading Club .-Vfl 10 *,'' *»« >8»in honn'M • which will meet every Wo weeks' S!k«*!>y T"!^ *' h o n Mrs ' ?,' F ' I durl "« llle Summer months. : p«rty \t Mrs.""M.rr'» "ho"m'e" j w"'b Jr "'and VT °' ! ""'"' i « 1« ru«t4 were rtited* we're' center- | **^ A °" August 17 ed with sm*ll crystal v.ses filled 1 °»l«» » T ere elected when the crysa v.ses filled wen he with iweetpeis In pastel colors and I , "? w " "•*«nl«ed yesterday. They pink baby breath. ! Include, Maurice Webb Jr., presl- The ttllies and other decorations ! dent '' c) ' arl « Ooforth, vlce-rjresl- »'«« In keeping with the bridal *""•: Y ™nne sumley, secretary; motif and an attractive arrange- ' Yvo:m « Lovelace, treasurer; and ment of sweetpeas, roses and other • Kay Bl»ck»rd, reporter. Spring flowers was placed on the; " ' * Celebrates . Flfth Birlhda y with . Borum, low. 1 Jiimi y King, »o n of Mr. and Mrs The guest ol lionor w«s presented : Billy Xing, who reside at SOfl North ' In her chosen pattern I ' , celebrated his fifth blrth- J "- by the hostesses. "" ' """ | day ywlerday with ".'"party' aTl'ls jccn- . home. Twelve of his young friends n ..'I fl I 4 PIlHfri , Miss Joyner chose (or th« occn- I norne. Twi «ion, > smart, (rock of brown and attended. white crepe with brown and white Outdoor games were played dur- accessories. She pinned a cor.snqe Ing the afternoon by the small of pink jc*e s »ud swectpeas, a gift,, guests and favors were given to of the hostesses, at her shoulder, each one. of the hostesses, at her shoulder, each one. * ' • Mrs. King was assisted in serving Mrs. Taylor Is Hostess ?'. rlh . ll "*.^ ke . and '« «•«"' >* To Bridge Club, Guests Mrs. Bob McKInnon of Manila »nd Mrs. Eddie Regenold were guests yesterday with members of the Tuesday Bridge Club, when Mrs. Jesse Taylor entertainer! nl her home on West Main Bits of N«ws Mr. »nd Mrs. Frank McDonald «nd daughter Prances of Dalla.s, Texti, ire the guests of her parents, Mr. und Mrs. Gns Ebenll »nd family. Condition of Mrs, James T. Brae- kin who underwent a major operation at the Baptist Hospital In Memphis Monday, Is Improved. She was accompanied by her Jius- band and two daughters, Mrs. Woodrow Fisher of Purkersliiiiir. W. Va. and Mrs. John w. McBalii ot Dalton, MIcJi. Lynn w. Brown, local manager if tlie Metropolitan Insurance Co., eft today for Eyewater Park, Miss., o attend (lie atmuAl Honor Club meeting of the South-Central territory of the Metropolitan. Mr. and Mrs Jainc.s Howell. Miss Robert Ford Ashley jr. (right), son of Mr. Holland, was named valedictorian of Holland Kiwanis Gavel Delivered to Pocahontas Club WEDNKSDAY, MAY 26, 1948 , „,,.,,,,., * lumen, jvuriS Dorothy Denning. Miss Betty Arney. Hiss Mamie Adams and Miss R Seay were guest* at the Senmr Olass party In Manila last night. Modern Sleeping Beauty Theme 1 MVcl , W1 " P'fM'Xed to the M.v ,o » ^' Ub by llle Os<:eo1il cl "*> May 12. It had previously Iravelled irom Jonesl)oro to ParaBonld and I'om • paragould to cwceola. The c ub In this Kiwanls Division trav- elling the most man-miles with the gavel will be allowed to re- t-iln the engraved gavel when the circuit has been completed. Those attending the Pocohanlas meeting from Blythevllle included i.'j " Doc I3 * en ' Jlm Smother- land, s. W. Ficlman, Jlmmle Stevenson, c. A. Hunton. Jim Cleveland Ijermon Carlton. Bob Eiarnes, Jimmy Sanders. Ross Stevens, Billy Boone, Arthur Harrison, Bob Lo- fian, fi-eeman Robinson, Elbert Hutton, Walter Day, Roscoe Crafton. A.* E. Cnldwcll. Clerald Robln- I fon, Cecil Lowe and Tom Little, Jr. Coming Events Social Calendar .•,«." Sun(i »y School Claw of the First. Baptist Church will meet at the home ol Mrs. Robert weed- man at 7:00 p. m Thursday Rook ' Club meeting at Hie home of MM. Harold Hensoii for a I o'clock luncheon Thursday Night Club members being entertained at the home ol Mrs. H, R. Aiken. Octette Club members meeting at the home of Mrs, James H ill Jr. Thursday Luncheon Club beiiu entertained at the home at Mis. Byron Morse. Friday i C. B. C. Club meeting at the 'home of Mrs. A. A. Hardy. Alpha Beta Bunco Club beini entertained at the home or Mrs Joel Francis. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meeting at the home of Mrs. Jnnmie Edwards. ' • • • Civic Calendar Thuraday Rotary club, Hotel Noble— 12 10 P' m ' M , eetln 8 °t parents Interested in Children's Band Study High School Band room— 1:30 p.m. No. Carolina Educator Named to Af C Pott WASHINGTON, May M. (UP)_ James H. Jensen, head of the Plant Pathology Section of North Carolina state College, Raleigh has been appointed chief of th« Atomic Energy Commission's Bio' u * M »nnounced Jensen, a native of Madison, Ne^t will direct a program to enconr- nse research in the effects of atomic radiation on plants and animals and in the use of atom!* bl ° IOBy atl<1 » rchit ' c lure™ mey, i —— r mm y ••»•»•»•• y • ucme ^'For Closs Night for B.H.S. Seniors Mary Ixiu Gnrnctt. Emily Sue Da mon and Joe Lynn Kollow Baptl: With W.M.U. Meets frank Coats The Women's Mis.stonnry Society j I Afrs, John Nichols of Dyei Tenn., returned home today ..,„ : -- -.,...-....<•. ... B ,, , « ""• "- a week's visit here as guests of 1 ™ ! llcld '"-^ night in the hl-iilThc Mrs. S. P. Martin snd family. Mrs. Sl;1 " x > 1 auditorium and presentation i each Class Night for the 1648 ei-nd- first h r"j£ »*!»? "^.^.i Evans! .„ „,, .. ^^, v .,»!.>,,, -. .,..,, ».i.i^i U ii nk ^ k?uuit;*-y [ a wtrrK Wllll tilCl!' na i During the afternoon bridge 1 0[ ll i= Number Nine Bnpllsi Chnrci! and Mrs c P rvvii. IrY^KC \«rfr I I....J c.ll n >... l»ln^ \Antlrtnll nft . I.. II. I . - . ' ^UV.MC games. Mrs. Llo.vd Stlckmon won ger, second high. Attractive arrangements of by met Monday afternoon in the home high score and Mrs. Charles Crlg- o' Mrs. Frank Conl.t. Tlicre were 10 •"• "— J 1 -'" i - members and three visitors. Mrs. Frcci Dean, Mrs. Wnyne Moore anil nuracuve arrangements of by- • rico uean, Mrs. Wnyne Moore Rial drangeas and sweetpeas were used Mrs. D. w. Perkins present to decorate the home. j The meeting was called to order The hostess served a lalnri nlnln bv lhp. nt'csirtmit ii-iix. n,« ..A ,,.._ er by the president with the repeating peang of lh e watch word. Mrs. Marvin l" d Mrs. Teaford Is Hostess „,, „.. .. , , **. ™ . ,,. ol . eis were o;rered by Mrs. W lO In-lo\Vn Uub. LliestS Rlloatls and Mrs. Wnyne Moorp. ; TliosQ wlio participated on the Mrs. Jack Thomas Hale. Mrs ! program und their topics were Mrs John R. McDonald and Mrs. Dick j Co««, wuo tniked on, "Labors 1 " White were guests yesterday when t Mrs. Herschel Riistin, "Labors To- Mrs. Oen« Teaford entertained I sethcr;" Mrs. T. N. Johnson "To- members of the Trt-Tovm Bridge ' gctlier With W. M. U;' 1 Mrs' Hcr- Ohih .1. h^ ),„«. i mail 0 .. Toj , el)ief ,„ De'noml- Ciub at her home. During the afternoon bridge i nation;" Mrs. Bob Stovall "In »ame» played, Mrs. Hale won high i Need," and Mr.;. Havmond Whittle •nd Mrs. Newton Whitis, second, f "Together With God." fallowing the program, , . n and Mrs. Newton Whitis, second. Bouiueta of larkspur, roses and other early Summer flowers were arranged throughout the home. The hostess served a dessert course. Circle Meetings Held By Calvary baptist Women Circles One and. Two of Calvary B»tist Women's Missionary Union hour was held. Nichols 1.1 an aunt of the late Dr. Martin. M. 'and Mrs. A. R. oisen and sou. Arthur Jr.. left today for Chi- cngo. III., where they will visit for with their parents. Mr ... C. F, Cockle and Mr. and Mrs. C, J. oisen. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Webb left yesterday for E] Dorado, Kansas,' where they will spend a week with ....... ,,,,-, (fl l-OCmill.lt r., • of honors nnd awards were made [ «•• •A Modern Sleeping Beauty" was ; D' the title used for the pageant In ' r'' which Miss Marian Ma : °' i; science medal, Carroll h medal, Lioyd Koontz. medal, which is given oy liie Woman's Club, ed to Carroll Evans. The itory medal was awarded jan and a.speech medal by Oscar Fendler was award. „ beauty CO Redinin i e id m 3 ^ Fe " dle '' waS award - P'-ince, and Larry Hear, ru 1 Fr,™..'T i=aycs ' 1 ' ne Nation..! ..cteer. T.,e remainder o, the « nor i L™ The S" A To H° ^ lmmy ^participated in the "Awa,en- | X Mc£, ,01^,^, £jft£ The .stage wa, ivmm-ed to re ' v f'! ci ! clorial > a "d salutatorian scmbl= a ,0,-esl wilh g e, cV°uu i M ^ *'"'?" 8re *' Vei1 by Ml ' anti dc<l tt , h r usc ., aild sm ?,, S S ' I 1 S ; ?f™ u «'. p : Norrta -.*?« ™» *y relatives. They w7,l also v^tt "ed ,,h ro SCS a ,,d" S V B u«cs' P S n Ton r N ° rrta ' w , cre vm bi Oklahoma City, Okla. before re- i °™^ of white S ladioii were a- i VanW?nk?e re^'e'r"? ^ P<? 1 BV ranged o,, e.ich side ot the stage. Wi n, ±H '£*£?&• "™ S ," e turning home, . ere ar ranged on each side ot the stage. Three Queens Presented During the pr-genm the thr.- ^tr5. Neal McCormlck reUirntrt Monday from St. l^ouis. Mo where she visited for a week with Mr and Mrs. Joe Wnrrcn. Miss Agness Sergeant of Biloxl Mls.s. returned lo her home Sun-. -•— ™ . day after spending several days. Red R07,10 queen. here as g UDSls of Mr R|ld Mrs __ Two selections were si,ng by Ca" J. M. A Ufflftf ami «<{^ n TI-. _»_ ., .. t-nll r,-.,.,- ,, . .. J V<J - ! , . ^.^.^^ui >«..!». ivu.-vH out; J \\ idner and Donald Huey woij the ; alJilctic lucdalsv o -•"- jjn^trnuL LJlt! till''" queens *ere presented. They in- LA • n '. C uc-n ri M ! M Ann Cathcy ' scmor i Mlss .°eggy McMu//in . an rs. . M. Aycock and Miss Linda Nell Aycoclc. Miss Aycock accompanied her home where she will spend the Summer months. Grade School Class Party Held at Community House Mrt. Alford to Direct School of Instruction roli Evans, nccompaiiicd by w's i Wilson Henry at the piano. A triD : composed of Jimmy Henry! C; (i ' Redmnn Jr., nnd Carroll' Evans I snug two selections, piano soios were presented by Miss Barba'H Monaphan snd Jack Horner, and a twirling act was given by ML W June Buchanan, drum major. Billy Sain ^EErJ^sin^S HSS?^^^""^ f »^« ««t B'ythLrP^s,^ of the elementarv .,r) lnn ? i.., ?, *£? ' Mrs. Amv E. s,,,in. „, =„.,.. thc '»™«t-on and beneclicition. dom" gram. of the elementary school last night . Mrs ' Amy E. Stntlle of Pocha, „.,.„„ at the Community House with « nontas. past grand , matron, will *pnd»y In members' homes I dinner complimenting their rtaii»h- ™>dnct the examination Thc Volunteers For The King-! ter, Karen, who I, » member"ot sch001 °l'«ns al 9 a.m. in the Ma- M the subject of the pro- tne class sonic Hall. A covered dish lunch The tables, at which dinner was ectl wi " be served at noon. . •••- >*-"«:o, n\. wnicn oinner was Circle One met at the home of 'served, were arranged tn a u shane re Trtam /T.«i,»- 1.1. _ . ~.,j .. L _.. . ._ "' Mrs. Inei Gentry wUh one new member, Mrs. Sam Narx attending Mrs. Raymond Belltnap opened the meeting with prayer and she also presided over the business meeting. Mr«. Don Aycec!: was In charge of the program and those who participated on it were Mrs.. Redman Gean, Mrs. John Smothers, Mrs. John Cherry, Mrs. Mabel Lunsford Mrs. Gentry, Mrs. Ethel Burks and Mrs. Aycock. Mrs. flellmap gave a report on the Southern Baptist Convention which was held in Memphis last week. Miss Georgia n«-.. >.< a i_f jiijtl/c and each centered with crystal ,. . , _ bowls of blue and pink hydrangeas.; Crawford Greene Jr. The class history was presented by i _ Ted Numiely, the class will by Syl- ' Crawfor d Green. Jr., son of Mr via Ellas and the class prophecy "by ?',"' Mls ' Crawford Green Sr o! Karen Young. , Llltl < > Rock, Ark., formerly of Bly- Tle For English Award W. B. Nicholson, superintendent.. u, s -m of Bijtlicville Schools presented th-i I M-« n.lVfll'fi,'; 'Tim TT"ririli.-l» i-, n ,t n i ;_ _ ... . I Miss Peggy McMciiiin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. McMullin miditloned for a part In the 1018 ducTio °" C " M - Thealre P r °- sniig "Make Believe" and one other She was accompanied there by Onho.i Ci Fovvlston, who j s ller voice Instructor. At The Hospitals Bl.vtheville Hospital Dismissed: Edward Sharp, city Tommy Bourland, "Manila Ro^ie rjo..-^. stecle. Mo. Walls Hospital - v awards. The English r.-.cdal is given each year by the Junior Class was presented to Charles Hc;-. Carroll Evans and .-rsnn, who tied for . Cooter, Mo. L. A. Crump, city. ' WilliAm Bason a baby. , . Mrs. Joiui ,\f. Blair and baby city Vcrnon Gee, Rt. 2. city. Rev. L. R. Still to Speak At Promotion Exercises OSCEOLA. Ark., May 26.—The Rev L. R. Still Jr., pastor of the First Chrlstain church, will deliver the address at the grade school promotion exercises tonight at 8 o'clock in the school auditorium. The Rev. L. T. Lawrence, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church will give the Invocation. after which the clas.s will sing, "America the Beautiful." Ficiy Nicliol will present the welcome address and a piano duet entitled, "Brahams B U HSl >y " wl " be Blven b >' Pa ^y Robbhis and Carolyn Edrington rhe reading. "Rosa" will be given by Karen Young followed by the class singing. "Now Is the Hour." A. A. Adams, principal will present the certificates. Alumni Banquet Is Held At Burdette High School A banquet was held Friday nlKht at the Burdette School Cafeteria by the Burdette alumni. This was the first meeting of the group. Speakers tor the occasion were L. H. Autry Jr.. Fletcher Seymore, a former teacher, L. H. Autry Sr and John Kaslev. '' A Western theme was used with miniature cacti, cowboys and Indians being used to decorate the room for the affair Sixty alumni attended. Class Members Honored I.UXORA, Ark.. May 2S_Mlss ,^m? e ^? Wards ' MlM Bett >' Sue Mifnin, Miss Wanda Koch, Miss Marylyn Owen. Miss Olene White and Miss Mary Buford Benton members of the First Baptist Church, with their sponsor, Mrs R. r. Ballew. and Thomas D Wil- kms, principal of Luxora sclTools were honored recently at a banquet given in the social center of the church by the Fidelis Class Alumni Citations to B» Presented at U. of A. FAYETTEVILLE, AI-IC., May n lon'~^^ 8UUlled alun ">' <=«£ «o:is will be presented during th. annual Spring commencement June « and 5 to a juror, an edueator and an electrical researcher it was announced today. Citations will be presented to Associate Justice Minor Mllwee of the Arkansas Supreme Court Burns Bwart, director of vocational agriculture at the Bruno Cons lldated School; and Dr. R c Mason of the Westlnghouse Electric Rescarcli Laboratories In Pennsyl- v^untinuous SHowa fvery Day Box Office Opens 1 : 15 Show Starts 2-00 LISTEN TO KLCN " "••*• 12:45 •"»• Today Secret Life of Walter Mitty wllh Danny Kiiye and Virginia Mayo Selected Short Subjects Continuous Showing Everyday Thursday and Friday CLAUDETTE COLBERT ROBERT CIMM1NGS DON AMECHE Guests other than members were th f v " lc . has been awarded the I Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Smith, Mrs ,"'"' McMullcn Regional Scholarly C. Hucuon. c. Franklin Sanders' , p to Cornel1 University College A A. 'Adams and all members of ° En K>neering. Ithaca. N. Y. the faculty. ! Mr. Green will graduate from Following the dinner, the class Lltl e Roc)[ H 'S'i School next . — ^.«. ...,.„, «,-,,, K i;i', hclcl » "Who's Who Contest." The ??"*• vvhci ' e llc h »s maintained a Hodge was Ui charge or the ste'v- ' resll "s were as follows: Mr and ; sh sc holnstlc ratiiiR. His father »rdship part of the" program. ' i M| M 6l h grade, Jerry Burns and!*."* fo ™ciiy supcrintenctenl of Mrs. Clifton Thorn was hostess to 1 Knre " Bradley; best dre-ssed. Rus-, yt evllle Scnools. members of Circle Two and Thrpe i se " T homason nntt Patsy Robblns; ' visitors, Mrs. Ed Willinms Mrs. Tom " "' Brown and Miss Frances McCain. Mrs. Lucian Gaines opened the meeting with player and Mrs. Ber- cutest, Ed Williams and Mary Moore: handsomest boy. Charles Penny: prettiest girl. Mary Hale Moore: smartest. Johnny juc and ...~^»... b T.mi yittjcr ana Airs Ber- I i *vu.. ^MUU^ ^ut: anu tie Vastbinder was in charge of the y Nlckol '*nd Karen Bradk-.v; program assisted by Mrs. Vcrnon i ','i? I 10 !"' 1 "- Donald Dunn n.id Boyd. Others who pariiclpjc,! o ! , I , bby Wni * on: 5llllcst ' °- R»J' Lot- the program were Mrs. J. w. Tom- ''•• ,, g "' Barbara Sue Smith: best Wins School Honor LUXORA, Ark.. May 26-John J. Cowan, J lmlor . 50,, or M John Cowan and the late John J Cowan Senior, has been elected' theprogram-wcVc'Mv's.'jrxfTon;-!",'! 8 """Barbara Sue Smith: tot Bar e " l ^oelatto«, 0 of v" ^,'\^", i "nson, Mrs. J. E. England. M",. i ^™"^ o Chester Danchowcr and versi.y! N'S, c °' T ^ *j*J« »»'- Sr^ftd^ ^ .I ' n>nil " !n - ^r"nd°S v " C S Edriimon-'! 10 " 01 ' «™*»»« « SKimS*. Mm" with X r C mCeti " S »™ »«• ^Ha^™ 8 ?"^,^,, 1 ™^ "'Columbia. Tenn.. n Hefr f menu were served at each ; S"^^ -««-. "«• -; ££ '.? W e ^" X*™ ting; best naturcd. W L. aillcspie | anri Nadinc Goforth: «nd most pohte. Jimmy Wade Qulnn and Sylvia Elins. meeting. Mrs. Jerome Entertains La Nueve Club, Guesls ,^- B ?™;.*? c *' c11 G ' Jerome La N«cve Ims » ^ Club Mrs - Vases Of early Summer nowcrs were arranged throughout the h X e _ The hostess served a salad course. 'Well Child Clinic' Held at Health Unit A " Well Child Clinic" «-ns held Ibis afternoon at the Health Unit Iiom 3 till 4 o'clock- witli the Women's Guilds ol the St. Stephens Mscooal Church In charge. Mrs. „;„,;' "*j^ a *'. By was general chair- ' ihcvllle Coiuiri! of S ° re * CHANGE of LIFE? ldrt. - >e n " '' ... but so faithful in its interpretation of youncj fashion for summer! Note me (eardrop pockets, cool boat neckline, flaring circular skirt. Th» printed shantung design, CAROLE KING'S alon.. Junior sites 9 to 15. $14.95 JIEDEL'S ^Paramount Newa and Short Continnoai Showinj Y,\trj Dar She Deserves BUVS «*«T V«« W\ ^IIAMIH I7|»nli «247» (* m HAITON *247» BEST/ GiV* HER a WALTHAM . :'FIRStSiAMt«tCAN WATCH Every American Gradual* deservei the belt—and in watchei the best it an American mad« Wallham. for nearly 100 yean Wol- tham hai been America'* tradilional Gradjalion Walch, MADELINf 17 Jt-.U l«pom»en IraciM $ 67 SO IIRTHSTONI RING OPEN'AN EASY CRtDIT ACCOUNT tRIDAL PAIR 4in( (ing. All fiM «250*« Pat O'Bryant J«wtl*r Main «t Second Phone 32fi1 GUARD'S Je.wclc Box Office Opens G:3» Show Siarls 6:15 Opens Sunday 1:00; SUrls 1:15 Continuous Slio»s Sat. i- San. Bargain Ni s ht Every Nighl Except Saturday N'o parses "honored on Sundij at Roxy Thratrfc Last 'Mme Today DOUBLt FEATURE Magnificent Doll with Ginjer Regent an<f I>avirl Nlven The Chase with Rnhrrt Cnmmin^s «nd Michcle Morgan Thurscfaj- & Friday DOUBLE FEATURE 6EOR&EMRLYNNBARI] vi MINE* MUITOM Vr^FT * MTtHA MIL

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