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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MAT S, 1W Society J\tew<i P«t MuJlins, Society Editor Phone 44G1 Junior Auxiliary Conducts Meeting Plans for the coming year were discussed Thursday by Junior Auxiliary . executive board members when they were entertained by Mrs. S. E. Tune, president, at her home. Radiance roses and other spring flowers .were used throughout the entertaining rooms where the two- course luncheon was served. Mrs. Tune was assisted by Mrs Bob Logan. In addition to the newly-elected officers, other chairmen recently oppointed by Mrs. Tune were honored. Those who will serve for the coming year are: Mrs. R. A. Porter, finance: Mrs. James Roy, legislative; Mrs Dick White, expansion; Mrs. Don Smith, civic; Mrs. Albert Taylor, welfare: Mrs. W. R. Lawshe, exceptional children's school; Mrs. Ben Harpole, Jr., milk fund: Alice Priest To Wed G. C. Manley Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Priest announce the engagement and approaching marrnlge of their daughter. Miss Alice Dawn Priest, to George C. Manley, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. George C. Manle.v. Sr. The bride-elect is a graduate of Blytlieville High School where she was a member of the Future Teachers of America. Future Homemak- Choir. She has been associated with Alvin Hardy Furniture Company for three years. Mr. Manley nlso attended Blytlie- ville High School and served three years In the Army during World War II, when he was stationed in Europe. He is now employed by Duro-Chrome Corporation of St. Louis, formerly of Blytheville. A iate June wedding is planned by the couple. Bits of News m»4.. p. erional Vendredi Club . . . screening; Mrs. Freeman Robinson, \ ~r welfare case work; Mrs. W. T. f-JOS I WO Rainwater, fashion show; and Mrs. Jack Hale, publicity. Mrs. Tune and Mrs. James C. Guard, past president, reported on the national Junior Auxiliary convention held in Johnson City, Tenn., which they attended last week. Club Party Given In Member's Home Members of the Stitch and Chatter Club met last evening in the home of Mrs. Grady Sims for their semi-monthly party and business session. Garden flowers decorated the living and dining rooms of tin hostess' home. Party games were conducted as the evening's enter tainment. Mrs. Bill Patton wor first prize, with second going to Mrs. Wesley Thomas. Refreshments were served the conclusion of the games, with Mrs. Patton and Mrs. James Mi zell assisting the hostess. Mre. J. Max Walters had as her guests Miss Barbara Smith and Mrs. Sum Reddlck last night when she was hostess at her home to the members of Vendredi Bridge Club. Peonies and pansles were seen Miss Alice Priest Coming Events Monday Band Mother Club meets with Mrs. W. Ij. Moxley at 6:30 p.m. for throughout the hostess' living room j bring-a-dish luncheon, where guests were enterlnined andi Members of the First Baptist and centered the card tabtes where I WMU meet at the church for 1 p.m. desert was served. ! covered dish luncheon followed by The evening was spent in playing j business and Royal Service program bridge. First was won by Mrs. Dick j at 2 p.m. Shanks with second going to Mrs. i Miss Adeline Lee is hostess to the Heddick and bridgo to Mrs. C;ilvin j First Baptist Katie Hatton YWA. Hill. TLE Club Meets In Scrape Home Mrs. Bill Hodge was the guest of Mrs. Otto Scrape when she entertained members of ihe TLE Bridge Club at her home Thursday, American Beauty roses decornt- ed-the card tables, from which, the hostess served a salad course with iced drinks, before the bridge games were conducted. Winners of the games were Mrs. J. F. Scrape, first place, Mrs. Jerry Scrape, second place, and Mrs. W. J. Cupples, bridgo. Armorel YWA Has Meeting at Church Seven members of the Young Wo- men'B Auxiliary of Armorel Baptist Church met at the church last night. Martha Dyer presided In the business and gave the devotional, "What a YWA member should be." Others on the program were Mrs. Weidon McCann, counselor, Bobbye Lott, Yvonne Steele, Oberta Webb, and Margie Beard, who dismissed the group with prayer. Mrs. R. C.Farr Entertains Club Mrs Russell C. Farr entertained at her home on Walnut Street yesterday afternoon for members of the Friday Contract Club. Pink roses combined with daisies and yellow rosebuds formed floral arrangements throughout the entertaining rooms. Refreshments were served preceding games of bridge. Mrs. George D. Pollock won high score and bridgo, and second high went to Mrs. G. O. Poetz. Mary Martha Class Conducts Meeting Members of the Mary Martha Class of the First Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs .Rosco •r(ifIon with Mrs. J. M. Cleveland as co-hostess Thursday for n buf- et supper. White daisies, combined with •ed roses formed the spring centerpiece for the seving tnble. Following dinner, Mrs. Aclolph •Iclnicke gave the devotional, and n business meeting was conducted. After being dismissed with prayer, he group spent the evening in- ormally. At the Hospitals Blytlicvllle Hospital ismissed: Smith Bracken, Sr. City Arthur Hntley, City. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Betty Jo GUI-MOW. City Clarence Ciillen, City. Members of the Women of the Fir.st Presbyterian Church meet at homes of members as follows: Circle One with Mrs. J. W. Field with Mrs. R. O. Huey as co-hostess: Circle Two with Mrs. Curtis Bennett with Mrs. r. B. Joyner, as co-hostess: Circle Three with Mrs, Johnny White with Mrs; Henry Layson, co- hostess; Circle Four with Mrs. Clifford Coimcille, with Mrs. J. P. Pride and Mrs. I. M. Castlio co-hostesses, all at 2:30 p.m.: Circle Five with Mrs. O. W. Dillahunty, Jr.. with Mrs. Fred Sandc-fur. co-hostess; and Circle Six at the church with Mrs. Julian Wilson and Miss Mary Outlaw co-host esses, both at 8 p.m. Lake Street Methodist WSCS meets at the church at 7:30 p.m. Wesleyan Service Guild of the First Methodist Church has slipper and installation at 7 p. in. Mrs. W. B. Crocker is hostess at her home on Lake Street Lo members of Circle One of Trinity Baptist Church. Circle Two meets with Mrs. John Nelson on Hollywood Street. Tuesday Mrs. Phillip Applebiium is hostess to the Octave Bridge Club. Mrs. C. E. CrigKer is hostess to the Tuesday Club. La Petite Club meets with Mrs. Eric Wliltlcy. Tlnikn Club meets with Mrs. Joe Miller. Mrs. Garrard Caudill entertains members of the Trl-Town Club. Miss Mary Woe is hostess to the N. N. Bridge Club. Country club Duplicate Bridge League mcrls at the club. New Liberty WMU of the Baptist Church has semi-monthly nnvtlnR./';_ YarbrtPHD club has meeting. Chnrlcvoix Chapter of the DAK iuis I p.m. luncheon at Hotel Noble, with Mrs. M O. Usrey and Mrs. O. W. McCutchcn, hostesses. \Vetliiesday Delphian Society, Del ton Ian Mr. and Mrs. C. E. May left today lo visit friends and,relatives In Hope, Nashville. Minnow Springs and Shaw, Ark. Mrs. Seward Hosp was called to St. Louis today ,to be with her sister, Mrs. Hugh Scroggins, who Is to undergo surgery. She plans to be there for two weeks. Miss Allene Wimberly will arrive today from Southwestern University in Memphis to. spend the week end willi her parent*, Mr. and Mre. D. E. Wimberly. She Is to be accompanied home by her room mate, Miss Prances Teer of Dixie, La. John K. Noble, Eddie Wayne Noble and Mrs. L. B. Farmer nil of Oklahoma City visited here with Mrs. Farmer and John Noble's brother, Bill Noble, and family and their sister, Mrs. M. W. Ful&'ham, and family. They were accompanied by Mrs. Fulgham to Arab, Ala., where they visited a brother, Richard Noble, and to Georgia to visit another sister, Mrs. Lou League. They returned to Blytheville and left today lor their home in Oklahoma C::y. Miss Carol Ann Bailey arrived home this morning from Hendrlx College, ConWay to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bailey, for the week end. She came especially for Mother's Day. Dick Reid, University of Arkansas student is spending the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max B. Reid. Mrs. Audry L. Igleheart of Dell was in Memphis yesterday where she underwent treatment at the Baptist Hospital. She was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Bay Morgan. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Fredrlckson and daughter, Jan, have moved into their new home at 1101 West Ash. , MlM Millie Ann Mallory teavcs to- MOKC-Up Better Than Loretta Earls Ronald Wagster Students To Present Recital Here Loretta Earls, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leyon Earls of Steele, and Ronald Wagster. son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wagster of Cooler, will present a piano recital Monday night at eight o'clock at the Junior High Auditorium here. They are students of Mrsi J. Cecil Lowe. Miss Earls, who is a senior at Steele High School., where she is editor of the year book, "The Bull Dog," a member of Kurtain Tyme Dramatic Club, Glee Club, the Band, and served on the school paper staff, has studied with Mrs. Lowe for the past two years. She is a member of the Anthology club, president of the Sub-District MYF, and was chosen as Mias Steele of 1951. Miss Earls participated in he Missouri District Music Festi- 'al and received a first rating. She played at Columbia, Mo., in the State Festival, where she received an honor rating. She plans to enter the University of Missouri tc continue her study of music education. Ronald, who is a 15-year-old sophomore, has studied with Mrs. Lowe for five years. He has taken part in r'liny school minstrels and is active in his church. He is the High School Glee Club accompanist,, and played for them at their recent District Music Festival. He participated and won the Missouri Music District Festival He also participated in the Kiwanls sponsored talent show in Osceoia and won the talent show at Buffalo Island Fair. He has appeared on television from Memphis and has been on several programs in Blytheville He expects to major in music in college. New Lotion Cleanser Dissolves night for St. Louis where sh to spend several days with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Woodard and daughter, Mary Janet. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Hardtn, Jr., of Memphis will,arrive today to be the guests of Mr. Hardln's mother, Mrs E. E. Hardin, for Mother's Day. Chapter, has 9:30 p.m. double meeting with election of officers followed by a luncheon. This is the last meeting of the year. Mrs. Floyd Seay is hostess to members of the High Two Bridge Club. Mrs. Tom Little. Jr., entertains members of the GIB Club. Mrs. A. B. Reese Is hostess to members of the Town and Country Club. Wednesday Club meets with Mrs. L. E. Old. Dogwood HD Club has meeting. Suclbury PTA has 3 p.m. meeting with installation of officers. Executive board meets at 2:30 p.m. Thursday Mrs. W. L. Hprner is hostess to members of the Mld-Week Club Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble. Miss Vera Goodrich entertains GEO Club. Mrs. F. B. Joyner Is hostess to of Thursday Contract members Club. . . , TLE Club is to be entertained by Mrs. Herman Turner. Thursday Club meets with Mrs. Russell Phillips. La Nueve Club meets with Mrs. Newton Whitis. Friday Mrs. Doyle Henderson entertains members of the Friday Contract Hub. Vendredi Club meets with Mrs. Hank Dodd. STARTS TUESDAY - 4 BIG DAYS! Adm. Matinee & Night ADULTS 75c CHILDREN 35c (Tax Included) The playing time nnrt admission price on this pirturr Is pstab- GOUUVYN, Cometh . / I ~~^. I lishcd by SAMUEL Wonderful 1 "" Happens when you see... SAMUEL GOr;i)WYNV NEW MUSICAU. WONDERRILM Hans Christian Andersen TECHNICOLOR '~J^V 'ttamnj \ 7~ Danny Jiaye <Mtrf FARLEY GRANGER • JEAN MAI RE v/ut of the romantic life of the greatest storyteller of them all, Samuel Goidwyn has created something greater than entertainment ...a multi-million dollar Technicolor musical that's all song and dance and love and joy! IOKO HITJ PICIUBIS. INC. The widespread use of complete make-up every day by more and more busy women has led cosmetic firms to research the problem of quick removal. It's entirely possible lo remove make-up thoroughly with cleansing creams and fresheners and/or soap and water. But this method does take patience and quite a lot of time. Furthermore, soap and water may be drying in some cases. One of the cosmetic firms seeking an answer to women's search for a fast, thorough and nondrying method for make-up removal has recently created a product whinh it claims meets all three requirements. This lotion-type cleanser, say the makers, is formulated in such a way that its chemical balance matches the chemical balance of a normal skin. They claim, furthermore, that one m the ingredients will keep a minimum the blemish-forming bacteria on the surface of the skin. Travel soot comes off this girl's {ace very fast as she uses a quick lotion cleanser carried in her week-end bag. your cleansing tissues. If you're wearing more than just , a little make-up, the makers of this The makers recommend that you lotion _ c i canst ; r recommend two applications. They say that no fresh- squecze a little from the plastic bottle Into the palm of your hand. Rub your hands together and then stroke upwards with your palms, beginning at the base of the throat and continuing up to the hairline at the forehead. The make-up-dissolving action of the cream is very rapid and you ener or soap is needed afterward, but recommend that oily skinned girls follow up with a wash cloth and cold water. Processing and delivery or dairy products employs 250,000 persons can begin almost at once to use I in the United States. OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! ADM: 50c Children Under 12 FREE with Parents SATURDAY OWL SHOW FREE! \Ve Invite everyone who is In the Drive-in for the regular show to stay for the Owl Show. FKEE OF CHARGE SUNDAY and MONDAY First Showing in Blytheville YIHI W1LD1ST WAR THI WESTS j GRAZING SAW! Armorel HD Club Has Business Meeting Mrs. R. L. Adktnson was hostess to members of tho Armorel Home Demonstration' Club at her home Thursday for potluck luncheon and regular business. Seven members and one guest at- Plans for the annual rest was die- sided over by Mrs. F. H. Parrlsh. Plans for the anual rest was dte- cussed. Reports were given and demonstrations by Mrs. W. L. Smith, Mrs. Taft Metzger were given. Mrs. W. O. Anderson gavs the devotional. Mrs. S. H. Red-stock received the door prize, with game prize going to Mrs. Smith, in the social hour. Members gave te club pledge to dismiss. Luncheon Is Given For Club, Guests Mrs. P. B. Jarrett was hostess at her home Thursday to members of the ORA Club for a 1 p.m. luncheon followed by on informal afternoon. The table, from which luncheon was served, was overlaid with a lace cloth and centered with red and white roses. In the living room iris and weigelia were used, Mrs. C. J. Speck was accepted as a new member and Mrs. Florence Perkins of Ripley, Tenn., and Mrs. R. L. Hawkins of Half Moon were guests. NOTICE In (he Probate Court of Mississippi. County, Chickasawba. District, Arkansas. In the Mater of the Estate of Walter Evans, deceased No. 2182 Last known address of decedent: Manila, Arkansas. Date of death. January 11, 1952. The undersigned was appointed administratrix of the estate oi the above named decedent on the 30th day of April, 1953. All persons having claims against estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date of ths first publication of this notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice first published 9 day of May, 1953. Emily Evans, Administratrix Manila, Arkansas 59-18 court, and the seal thereof, on (till 1st day of May, 1953. ' Gcraldine Listen. Clerk By Laverne Ball, D.O. Frank 0. Douglas, atty. 5J2-9-I6-2J Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission. 14c & 39c At All Times SATURDAY Double Feature WARNING ORDER The defendant, Donnie Mae Melvin, is warned to appear in the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas, within thirty days and answer the :omplaint of the plaintiff, Clarence jeon Melvin. Witness my hand, as clerk of said LITTLE LIZ— Nowadays It's almost cheap«t to drive your cor than to park ? * Serial: GANG BUSTERS Cartoon: "Father Lion" SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature —PLUS— 10,000 La«i In a New Anqlt «f I the Old Fight Racket! mz, Fovorlit Fllmt preienfj *H^S*ft ' ALSO METRO NEWS SATURDAY ONLY! Double Feature tOWt UTa-MMI WNDSQR-STWl KQQt _Prcn)vf»d oftd tfa«WbT tPWABO L CAHN I**.. TH * SILVER WHIP K 20. — .-.-..^vL: Secret Lode and Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY! Don't Miss! I'LUS CARTOON AND SHOUTS II . / Para. News and cartoon: "Johann Mouse" RITZ GUESTS Miss Evelyn Tomlirson Mr. & Mrs. J. C. 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