The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 4, 1956 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 4, 1956
Page 2
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PAG1 TOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, APRIL i vim - Society News - . in. tlillnrv Sncietv Editor * Phc Mte MilHe Ana Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4481 RECEIVES CHARTER — Mrs. Mary Alice Eaton (left), president or Blytheville's Business and Professional Women's Club, Is shown as she receives the club's charter from Mrs. Fannie Bearden of Batesville, state B and PW Club president. (Courier News Photo) Blytheville B and PW Club Has Charter Dinner at Hotel Blytheville's Business and Professional Women's Club held its charter dinner at Hotel Noble last night with 50 members and guests attending. The guest list Included Mayor Toler Bucharian, H. B. Richardson, president of Kiwanls Club, and Mrs. Richardson; Bill Hrabovsky, president, of Jaycee Club, and Mrs Hrabovsky; S. E. Tune, president of Chamber of Commerce, and Mrs. Tune; Mrs. Clara Martin, past president of Altrusa Club. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Fannie Beard, state president of B and PW Clubs; Evelyn Stewart of Batesville, convention chairman; LoiE Pergison, district chairman of Brinkley; Margaret Wilkenson, of Memphis, national membership chairman; Stella Allen of Batesville, president of Batesville club; Ruth .Jane Mixon of West Memphis, president of West Memphis Club; Mrs. Demetra Barton, president of Jonesboro club; Ponteen Simpson, Batesville sponsor. Others were from Walnut Ridge Jonesboro, Brlnkley and Memphis Stella Allen presided at the meet ing with Lois Ferglson giving the invocation. Guests were introduced by Miss Allen and Blytheviile presi dent, Mrs. Mnry Alice Eaton. Esther Circle Has Meeting In Johnson Home Esther Circle of Beacon Baptls Church met Monday night at the home of Mrs. J. J. Johnson with five members and six visitors present. Mrs. Annamo Boone led the opening prayer. The program on "World Wide Missions," was given by Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Georgia Hodge, Mrs. Boone, Martha Jones Hazel Presnell, the Rev. J. J. Johnson and Jackie Quails. Closing prayer waa given by Haze. Presnell. Fast Work ELLERSON, Va. IB—When Hanover county's historic Shady Grove Methodist church was damaged by fire, men and equipment came from several areas to help extinguish the flames. "They sure got here in a hurry," said one resident in discusisng the fire. "Yeah, and a right smart piece away, some of them," said another. "I saw one that came from Michigan." The Glenxvood Farms Volunteer Fire Department used a truck borrowed from a manufacturer in Lansing, Mich. The angler fish regularly dines on. fish bigger than itself. It swallows these whole, its stomach muscles stretching to accommodate the enormous meal until it Is dl-, gested. I "The welcome address was given by Mayor Buchanan. The emblem of the club was discussed by Margaret Ball, program co-ordination chairman, and Margaret Wilkinson, national membership chairman, spoke on club alms. Fonteen Simmons was in charge of msUillnUon, aislsled by members of the Batesville Club, who were responsible for the organization of the BlytheviHe Club. Officers installed were Mrs, Eaton, president; Alice Mayor, first vice-president; Mrs. Helen Lanham second vice-prcsident; Mrs. John Tyrone, recording secretary; Miss Juanita Davis, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Fletcher King, treasurer. Presentation of the pin and gavel was mnde by Stella Allen with Mrs. Beard presenting the charter and giving the address for the evening. Mrs. Tyrone led the benediction. Coming Events TUESDAY Alpha Delta having business meeting at Hotel Noble, 7:30 with Mrs. Floyd Seay hostess. Alpha Alpha meeting at Rustic Inn, 7:30 with Mrs. Prank Ellis and Mrs. Dan McCaskill hostesses Rainbow Girls meeting at Masonic Temple, 7 p.m. B and P Business Women's Club h.. .:ng charter dinner at Hotel Noble, 7:30 p.m. Exemplar Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meeting with Mrs. Jlmmie Edwards, 7:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY TLE Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. William Lambert. Club Eight meeting with Mrs. Otto Scrape. Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. Cleo Langston. Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. B. J. Cure. Garden Department of Woman Club having daffodil show at club house, 2 to 5 p.m. Yarbro PTA Pre-School Round Up at Health Clinic beginning a 12:30 p.m. THURSDAY Duplicate Bridge League meet ing. Thursday Bridge Club meets with Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe. D-Bly Club meeting at Razor- jack with Mrs. Floyd Phillips as hostess. Kibitzer Club meeting with Mrs Robert McHaney. Emnnon Club meeting with Mrs Ed Townsend. Chllllon Club meeting with Mrs. . 6. Elkins. Thursday contract Club being entertained by Mrs. Carroll Blake- Mld-Week Club meeting with vlrs. J. Louis Cherry. Thursday Club meeting with Irs. Byron Morse. Baptist Primary Department Has Egg Hunt Primary Department Number Four of First Baptist Church observed Easter Saturday, by having an Easter Egg hunt on the church lawn. After the egg hunt, eggs were equally distributed to the 46 children attending. The program was highlighted by stories told by Mrs. E. H. Brown ,who also directed the games. Others assisting Mrs, Winnie Huffman, department superintendent, were Mrs. Josephine Hall Mrs. Nornm Frnzler, Mrs. Herbert Graham, Mrs. R. J. Cowger, Miss Mary Van Sneed and Roberta Bits of News Business Meet Conducted by Legion Auxiliary A business meeting was held last night by American Legion Auxiliary. Mrs. H. C. Blankenship presided at the meeting at which time plans were mnde for the joint meeting of the Legionnaires and the Auxlliarv on April 17. Judge Philip Deer will be gue; speaker at this meeting using r his topic of discussion, "Juvenl Delinquency," Plans were also made for a ppl luck supper of April 18 for Aux" lary members and prospect!' members. THIRD ANNUAL Children's Portrait CONTEST Now through April 14 Dial 3-8666 For Further Information Lee Bearden Photography CHILD ART STUDIO 419 W. Main 8t. BlytheviMc, Ark. PLA of Pull Gospel Tabernacle meeting at home of Mrs. Predd> Hodge at Gosnell, 7:30 p.m. Mrs Nina James will be co-hostess. Home Rule Society of Immacu late Conception School meeting li school hall at 8 p.m. Armorel HD Club meeting liome of Mrs. Weldon McCann for potluck luncheon. FRIDAY Friday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. Lloyd Whtttaker. LaPinesse Club meeting with Mrs. Whitney Morgan, Jr. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting. University Dance Club meeting at Hotel Noble, 9 p.m. Hosts are Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Smith, Mr nnd Mrs. Rudolph Rltter and Mr and Mrs. Ralph Rounsaville. Mr* E. p. Still it spending today In Memphis. Vincent Briggs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Briggs, Is confined to his home with mumps. Mrs Bryan Miley and son Marty ol Sheffield, Ala., are spending this week here visiting her sister MJS. Hugh Whltsitt, Mr. Whitsitt and daughter Gail. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kempcr announce the birth of a son, Jeffery Hill, Saturday at Chickasawba Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Kemper have another son, David, age four. Jack Nail, son of Mr. and Mrs, Byron Nail, is confined to his home with mumps. Miss Monya Kay Blankensnip and Max Hill left this morning to return to Ole Miss after spending the holiday weekend here with relatives, Mrs. Doris Bean and Miss Ann Seay returned to Ole Miss yesterday afternoon after a visit with their parents, Mrs. Fred Bean and Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Seay. Mr. and Mrs. William P, McCaughey are the parents of a daughter born Monday at Walls Hospital. The baby has been named Kathle Kay. "Mrs. McCaughey Is the former Mary Katherlne Dillahunty. Cindy Wilson of Lake City is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Felix Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gunter were In Memphis over the weekend to attend funeral services of his father. Mr, and Mrs. James Baughman announce the birth of their second son yesterday at Walls Hospital. The baby, who has been named James Ronald, has a brother, Mike. Mrs. J. H. Seernan has entered Campbell's Clinic in Memphis where she will undergo treatment., Mrs. E. F. Fry had as overnight guests her nephew, Dr. Robert W. Howell, Mrs. Howell and children Jacky and Ritchie of Urbana, 111., and her sister, Mrs. R. W. Howell, Sr., of Jackson, Miss. Mrs. Howell. will spend the remainder of the week with Mrs. Fry. Dr. Howell is director of Plant Physiology at United States Regional Laboratory at Urbana. O. A. Lowe of Milllngton, Tenn., father of J. Cecil Lowe of Blytheville, underwent emergency surgery this morning at Baptist Hospital in Memphis. His condition is reported to be satisfactory and he Is in Room 720. Plant Collection EAST LANSING, Mich. i/R — Michigan State University's campus contains more than 2,350 different species of trees, vines and shrubs, one of the most extensive collections in the northern United States. From 150 to 200 new plants are added to the 620-acre campus each year. In all there are more than 12,000 trees on the campus. Mrs. Jimmy Goforth Jimmy Goforth, Miss Boyett Exchange Vows Miss Sarah Lou Boyett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boyett, Sr., became the bride of Jimmy Goforth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Goforth, all of Blytheville Saturday in Hernando, Miss. J. Fred Gore officiated at the double ring ceremony with the mothers of the couple serving as their attendants. The bride wore for her marriage a pearl gray suit with white accessories and white orchid corsage. Mr. Goforth is employed by Blytheville Water Company. Mrs. Goforth has been active in Rainbow work here serving as station of love and Grand Representative of Connecticut. Tuesday Bridge Clubs Conduct Games Tuesday Bridge Clubs met yesterday. Mrs. Dale Briggs entertained Trl- Town Club with a destert-bridge at the Country Club. She invited at guests Mrs. Bryan Miley of Sheffield. Ala., and Mrs. Jerry Edwards of Dell. Individual tables were centered with arrangements of pansies and violets. Tallies carried out the violet theme. Mrs. Fred Kelley and Mrs. Edwards were winners. Mrs. Oean Atkinson, a visitor of Tuesday Bridge Club, entertained j the club at her home yesterday and Invited as a guest Mrs. J. P. Allison of Chicago. A two course luncheon wes served those present from tables decorated with bonquete of jonquills, lilacs and pansies Bridge winners were Mrs. C. E. Crlgger, Mrs. C. M. Smart, Mrs. Jesse Taylor and Mrs. Riley Jones. The newly organized Contract! Club played at the home of Mrs. T. E. Geeslin, Jr. Playing with the club was Mrs W. M. Jontz. i Mrs. Geeslin served a dessert course preceding the games and used a profusion of spring flowers to decorate her home High scores went to Mrs. Charles Crigger, ni and Mrs. P. D. Poster, Jr. Spaghetti Dinner Discussed at Auxi la ry Meeting The annual spaghetti dinner and supper was the topic of discussion Monday night when .Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church met at the Parish House, with Mrs. O. O. Hardaway as host- It wu announced that the annual affair would be held on April 17 it the Jaycee Clubroom with the noon meal to be served from 11 to 1 p. m. and the evening supper Kr- vlng time to begin at 5 p. m. Mrs. Fred S. Sallba is general chairman for the spaghetti dinner and tupper "Share In Church Witneu," wu the devotional given by Mrs. J. I. Kellett. Mrs. Pete Thompson give the program on stewardship. Osceola Auxiliary Having Annual Bundle Coffee Junior Service Auxiliary of Osceola is having its annual bundle coffee from 10 a.m. to noon to- norrow at the home of Mrs. jeorge Florida. It has been requested that those who cannot attend the coffee con- ,acl some auxiliary member and et them pick up the bundles. Miss Long Complimented By YM Club Miss Frances Long was honored yesterday by the Young Matron's Birthday Club at the home of Mrs. Tollie Peterson. A guest of the club" was Mrs. Bobble Lou Wilson. The regular monthly dinner was served with the hostess using spring flowers on her table and throughout her home. Masterpoint Game Played By Bridge League Country Club Bridge League played a masterpoint game last night in a five-table movement. Tieing for first place in the game with 60 points were Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins, Mrs. E. B. Gee, Mrs. F. E. Black and Mrs. Prank Grigsby. Mrs. W. D. Chamblin and Mrs. C. W. Afflick were third with 59 V 2 points and Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. Samuel P. Norrls took fourth place with 57 points. Girl Scout Troop Presents Dramatizations Girl Scout Troop 13 presented four dramatizations yesterday at the Woman's Club , to complete their wrok for a Magic Carpet badge. They had as their special guests their mothers and school teachers. Playlets presented were "The Three Pirates," "Little Red Riding Hood," "My Darling Clementine," and "Three Hundred, Sixty- Five Children." Sirs. C. C. Czeschin; Jr., and Miss Ann Wilson are leaders" of this troop. • We'll pick up prescriptions at your home or office, compound them and deliver (be medicines—at no extra charge. Make a note to call us next time! Woods Drug Store Phone POplar 3-4507 Sun Verrikal Panel Drapes Linen-Nylon-Plastic. Phone 3-4863 For Free Estimates Hope Young Blytheville, Ark. Garden Hose 50 Ft. 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Photo Flash Cameras Eastman Complete Outfits $9 75to $22 S5 Thank You Notes . 50c & 59c Plain Note Paper SOc&l.OO PERFECT PERMANENT DuBarry 175 $r BATH ROOM SCALES $6 95 and up Fashion Rite Reducing Capsules For Figure Control 150 S3 KIRBY DRUG STORES Wells-2" lo 16" Irrigation - Industrial - Municipal - Domestic WATER is our BUSINESS Wt Drill For it Pump It Soften It Filter It Cool It Irrigate With It GINNERS - TAKE NOTICE: Let us furnish your water needs for fire fighting power unit cooling, for statifiers. HOME WATER SYSTEMS 3 Yean to Pay Complete iron remoral, filtering and softening systems built to fit your needs. We have the- answer to jomr needs for greater water volume and pressures. McKinnon Irrigation Co. Phone 112 or 190 — Manila, Ark. 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