The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 1, 1953 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 1, 1953
Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JUNE T, 1*81 Society, A/ewA Pat Mulliiw, Society Editor / Plion* 4461 Girl Scout Court of Awards Is Held on Little House Lawn Members of the Girl Scout Lone Troop Association held their •nnual Court of Awards yesterday afternoon on the lawn of Girl Scout Little House In Walker Park. Following the flag ceremony, Mrs. Glen O. Ladd, president of Lone Troop Association gave the welcome address, after Which awards •were presented in the presence ol parents and friends of the Scouts and Brownlei. One year pendants were presented to seven-year-old Brownies of Troop M, by Mrs. Leonard Johnson and Mrs. Cecil Graves. They Included Cherree Briggs. Martha Jo Brogdon, Peggy Cook, Marti Cuadra, Jackie Cullens, Lana Kate Edwards. Jeanne Lou Gowan, MarrieWa Craves, Casandra Gregory .Paula Hawkins, Diane Luttrell, Mary Margaret Mead, Ann Robinson, Sandra Sallba, Janet Trenkle and Jackie Vowell. One-year pendants were presented to eight-year Brownies of Troop Five, by Mrs. H. A. Nelson and Mre. W. T. Rainwater. They Included Sara Blakemore, Carole Burn,ham, Carol Ann CaldweU, Ann Carter. Barbara Ann Collier, Jo Anne Crafton, Cathy Dallas, Jana Davis, Ground Dale Parrlmond, Judy Becky Henderson, Caiolyn Bonnie Glover, D. J. McLeod Wed in Church Miss Bo'nnie Eubanks Glover became the bride of D. J. McLeod Friday, night at Calvary Baptist Church in a ceremony at which the Rev. J. H. Melton officiated. The bride, is the daghter of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Glover and the groom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Damon McLeod. For her. marriage, Mrs. McLeod chose ft dress of white pique, featuring a very full circular skirt and fitted bodice. She pinned a white orchid at her shoulder. • Music for the ceremony was furn ished by Miss Sherry Sparks, pianist, »nd Mrs. J. H. Melton, vocalist. Mrs. A. C. Smith was her cousin's only attendant, she chose a dress of orchid voile, and pinned a corsage of white carnations at her shoulder, A. C. Smith served as best man »nd Frahkie usher. Sparks attended as The couple left following the cere-" mony for a wedding trip to Savan. n»h, Ga. The bride Is a member of the 1933 graduating class. Kidd, Frances Ann Logan, Mary Gay Nelson, .Sammy Ann Pnmm, Terry Rainwater. Anita Joyce Short, and Karen Ruth Tommey. Mrs. William Wyatt and Mrs. John Johnson presented Brown pendants to Ynrbro Troop 3, 1 eluding Polly Abbott, Emily Bunc Margie Hayncs, Carolyn Hinso Loretta Mallory, Linda Mclntos Kris' McRae, and Gale Wheeli Brownie fly-up wings and tende foot pins went to Manerva Jo B gun. Ella Kay Campbell, Sally An Johnson, and Ethel Jean Wyj Joyce Galnes, Patricia Grncy, Mar Maude McRnc. and Jerry Lyn Wheeler received second class Scoi badges. Brownie fly-up wings were pre eented to nine-year old Brownies o Troon I by Mrs. E. M. Terry, Jr and Mrs. W. I. Malln, leaders. Thos receiving wings were Ton! Trcnkl Jerry Flannlgan, Johnny Da Blackwell, Betty Dixon, Carol Ash by, Carolyn Stewart. Kay Yates Elizabeth Angel, Frances Gammll Donna Pierson, Linda Long, Bett Sanders and Kay Lou Eaton. Members of Brownie Troop 1 who were presented flylng-u wings and tenderfoot pins by Mrs Terry and Mrs. Malln were Flor ence Ambrose ,Jerry Boggs, Nan cy Cupples, Palsy Burnow, Houser, Emily Hufiman, Marth Kirksey, Edna Mae Layne, Mnr tha Meade, Marsha Nail, Euseni Oennlng, Linda Sallba, Beverl, Smythe, Judy Stnrnes, Juds Smotherman, Kay Thompson, BI1 lie Lou Weedman, and Johnna Clare Wilson. Mrs. Gilbert Srny'the is leader. Second cjass badges were presented to Troop 2 Girl Scouts by 24 Sudbury Pupils Have Perfect Attendance Roll Twenty four pupils at Sudbury School have maintained perfect attendance for the entire year and 28 others have perfect attendance records for the second semester, it was anounced today by school officials. Students with perfect attendance for the term Include LeRoy Wadkins, Jr., .Ronald Miller, Frances Darby, Don Guthrie, Bill Roush, ftoberta Hardesty, Louis Lovelatly, Mack McClanahan, Charles Richard Cronk, Harold Hood, Larry Lovelace, Jimmy Mayes, Vicky. Quails, Bobby Wamble, Cherry Cooper, Alvis "Buddy" Harris, Harold Pulley, Theresa Dale Jones, Martha Lee Kirksey. Deh.ier Daniels. William Paul Wamble, Robert Stephen Howell, Jr., Lydia Jo Sudbury and Wayne Lovelace. Those with perfect attendance records for the second semester only are William Earl Haynes, Julia Ann Hardesty, James Haynes, Marshall Gordon, William Reid Stalcup, Ray Davidson, Robert Lovelace, John CaldweU, Tommy Fleeman, La Wanda Barnett, Betty Sue Guthrie, Lanette Pierce, Charles Caldwell, Barbara Cable, June Cochran, Peggy Hayncs, Mary Ann Wamble, Marilee Welte, Frank Altord, Charles Hayncs, Linda Dover, Faye McCanless, Jenny Nichols, Sara Lou Snow, Raymond Waldrup, Rebecca Harris, Jimmy Pulley, and Settle Lee Haynes. Sue Burks,' Including Ann Bailey, Dolpha Mae Cole, Teresa Gregory, Cecelia Ann Henderson Pat Hanley, Marilyn Sue Human, Julia Ann Jordon,, Sylvia Ladd, Sara Lou Moody, Sara Lou Snow, Becky Utley, Barbara Bradley, Sally Kennedy and Susan Smith. Troop 6 Oirl Scouts who received second class badges were Sara Boyelt, Linda Cullum, Linda Grlfiin, Betty Gowen, Clara Lou Gilbow, Dorothy Ralph, Raydcne .Hooper, Carol Ann Webb, Lydia 'Jo Sudbury, Mnbelee Lunsford, Donna Sue Byrd, Sandra Crawford, Bertha Haynes, June Moore, Faith Penny, JaNoel Smith, Lucy Caudill, Barbara Crowell, Charlie Harris, Linda Joy Llndscy, Dale Cullens, Carolyn Cordell, Alice Lindquist and Mary Jo Odcn. Mrs. Dnrrell Lunsford and Mrs. Joe Mclltmcy, leader, made the presentations. Mrs. W. R, Campbell and Mrs. Jerry Cohen presented proficiency badges -to Troop 4 members including Carolyn Clement, Belly Lou Clouse, Belly Collier, Jerry Grounds, Johnnie Lou Johnson, Shirley Klnnlmonth, Lor. Adams, Elaine Ocnnlng, Armorel Baptists Conduct Meeting- Members of the Young Women's Auxiliary of the Armorel Baptist Church met Thursday night for stewardship program at the home of Mrs. W. F. McCann with eight members, two guests and one new member, Elnora Beard, attending. Martha Dyer was in charge of the program, which was opened with prayer by Margie Beard and followed with group singing. Mrs McCann gave the devotional and dismissed the group with prayer, after ivhlch refreshments were served. Painter, Melia Snliba," Virginia Sanders, Rae Scott, Marcllle Tny- lor, and Nnn Miller. George Ann Byrd, Darlcne Fclnberg, Belli Johnson, Donna Sue King, and Toby Ann Long received first class badges. Mrs. w. R. Campbell was presented a pin for five year's service to the Girl Scouls. The presentation was made by Mrs. Ladd. Guaranteed Watch Repair Special 5^.50 four watch 15 disassembled, cleaned, pivota pol- lened and hair-spring ad- Juited. Chronographs and automatics not Included. 3 Day Service Thompson (Credit JEWELER Nnt D**r ta Wad« Fur*. Duplicate League Plays at Hotel Members of the Blythevllle Duplicate Bridge League played a five-table Howell movement Saturday afternoon at Hotel Noble and winners of the Thursday evening six-week's series were announced. Winners of the series were Jim Rolcson, first; Mrs. Jim Roleson, second; and Mrs. Georgia Bnllcy n nd Mrs. Foy Etchicson, tied for third place. In the aflcrnoon's game, Mrs. Prank Grlgsby and Mrs. A. H. Wallace won first place, with second going to Mre. Russell Phillips and Mrs. W. A. Afflick, and third to Mrs. Bailey and Mrs. Rolcson. ENGAGKD — Miss Mary Frances Wilson Is the bride-elect of SjSst. Donald Eugene Garrison, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Louis Garrison of Anderson, S. C., it is announced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Wilson ol Roseland. The Couple Is to be married in late July. (Photo by Fa light). Roseland Girl Is Engaged to ' Air Force-Man Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Wilson of Roselnnd, Ark., announce the en gagcment and approaches marriage of their daughter, Miss Mary Frances Wilson, to S'Sgt. Donali Eugene Garrison, son of Mr. anc Mrs. Arthur Louis Garrison of Anderson, S. C, The bride-elect was graduatec from Dell High School as valedictorian and later attended Arkansas State College at Jonesboro, where she was a members of the Wesleyan foundation, the Spanish Club, the Women's Athletic Association and Alpha Sigma social sorority. At iresent, she Is employed by the toseland Gin Company as bookkeeper. Sgt. Garrison was graduated 'rom high school In Anderson and vas associated with his father in 'arming before entering the Air 'orce. He served with the Air Force Surope, Africa and Korea, having been awarded . the Distinguished 'lying Cross and the Air Medal vlth three Oak Leaf clusters for Corcan service. At present he is stationed at nke Charles Air Force Base, La- Plans are being made by the ouple for a late July wedding. Richard O. Martin, non of Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Martin, left last night for Lltlle Rock for hU pre- Inducllon physical examination prior to entering the Marine Corps. Mlsi Clarice June Maxwell was to receive her.B. S. degree in Medical Technology at Duke Unlver- »ity, Durham, N. C., this morning. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R, L. Maxwell. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Dean, Mr. and Mrs. J. w. Munson and children of Houston, Tex., arrived to spend two weeks with relatives, Mr. and Mr« Prank Rose, Mr. and Mrs. John Earp, and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wisdom. Lt. and Mrs. Dick Wilson of Mc- D1U Air Force Base, Tampa. Fla,, will arrive tonight lo visit his mother, Mre. B. B. Wilson. They will also visit friends and relatives In Pocohontas and St. Louis, and in Metropolis, 111., where they will be the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Harrington. On their return to Blythevllle, Mrs. Harrington will accompany them. They plan to leave Saturday,, accompan- TO GRADUATE — Dorothy Lum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Lum, graduates from Washington University. St. Louis, June 10 with a bachelor of science degree In nursing, A member of the senior honor roll, she was valedictorian of her Blythe«ille High School graduating class in 1948 and awarded a scholarship lo Washington. In September, she will get her registered nurse degree from Washington's School of Nursing. led by Mrs. Harrington and Wilson's, John Booth Wils'.n Mrs. Mrs. VTi-,5. Needhanj Is -lostess to Class Nine members of the Bethany ilass of Emanuel Baptist Church net at the home dt Mrs. J. D. Needam Thursday night with six guests. Mrs. Needham offered the open- ig prayer, and Mrs. O. C. Hicks ouducted the business ,nfter which tines were conducted by Mrs. T. Richardson arid Mrs. Hicks, with rlzps being awarded to Mrs. Barcy Barnes. Mrs. Hicks dismissed ic group with a prayer and refresh- ents were served by the hostess. Wilson for Gainesville, Fla., where they will visit another son of Mrs. Wilson, and daughter, Deb, and will attend graduation exercises at University of Florida, where Mr, Wilson will receive his masters degree. He will enroll this fall to work for a doctor 'of philosophy degree. Following graduation, the group will be in Tampa for several days. Mrs. Viola Morris and daughter, Mrs. Amy Ruth Gordon and son, Marshall Allen Gorden are leaving today for two weeks vacation in Bluefield, W. Va., to visit Lacey E. Gorden. Bob Mcrritt of DeWitt, Ark., returned home today after spending several days "as the housogucst of Miss Sarah Harrison and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Harrison. Col. Richard (Dick) TIpton fpent several hours here yesterday with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. P. L. Tipton, former residents of Blytheville. now of Mobile, Ala., who are the guests of Mrs. H. L. Chambers. Col. Tipton is stationed in Merlon, Fla. Mr.-and Mrs. Jess Homer and daughter, June, and Linda Taylor, plan to leave Wednesday for Basalt, Colo., to spend the Summer months. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar L. Crouch, Jr., and son, Harold Leland, have arrived from Washington, D. C., to spend two weeks vacation with Mr. Crouch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Crouch. Their other son, Terry Wayne Crouch, has arrived from Arkansas State College to spend .he summer. Merry Nell Lane was removed from Walls Hospital this morning ,o her home, after undergoing surgery last week. Mr. and Mrs, John Ed Regenold and daughter, Dixie Golden, have arrived from Fayclteville, to spend .0 days with his parents, Mr and Mrs. E. M. Regenold, before returning to their home, where Mr. Regenold will attend summer session at University of Arkansas. Miss Janet Nelson is to arrive tomorrow from University of Missouri to spend the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelson. Music Recital To Be Presented Fowlston School of ^Muslc will present piano students in a recital tonight at 7:30 p.m. at the Junior High School auditorium. The program, Including numbers by beginning, intermediate and advanced students, will feature several four piano numbers. Students appearing on tonight's program are Anne Bailey, Martha Prances Arends, Jane Terry, Harding Cure, Jackie Frazier, Deanna Jackson, Nellowen Roach, John Caudill, Sammy Ann Pvimm, Shirley Dodson, Minerva Jo Bogun, Carol Frankum, Peggy Sue Lucius, Mary Tarver Stevenson, Lucy Caudill, Reggie Kellems, Russell Fowlston, Patty Fowlston, Edwin Cure, Sara Lindquist, Linda Lou Wall, Kay Jobe, Billy Lutes, Sue Jobe and Emily Sue Damon. At the close of the program, students who played in the National Piano Auditions held "in Blythevllle the last of April, will receive their pins and certificates of membership in the National Fraterity of Student Musicians. They include Martha Frances Arends, Anne Bailey, Minerva Jo Bogun, John Caudill, Lucy Caudill, Edwin Cure, Harding Cure, Shirley Dodson, Carol Frankum, Reggie Kellems, Sara Lindquist, Billy Lutes, Nan Miller, Sammy Ann Primm, Mrs. Lawrence Primm, Mary Tarver Stevenson, Jane Terry and Linda Lou Walls. Coming Events Tuesday Ladles Auxiliary of NALC has meeting at the home of Mrs'. Bill Hrabovsky. Miss Barbara Smith is hostess to members of the N. N. Bridge Club. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at the Club. Tuesday Bridge Club meets at the home of Mrs. Gean Atkinson. Trl-Town Club Is to be entertained by Mrs. James C. Guard. American Legion Auxiliary has meeting at the hut. OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! INSULATION For cool comfort this summer, have your home insulated by Home Service Co. Now. Furniture Storage Public Hauling Moving Pick Up & Delivery Home Service Co. Bill Wimaerllch _M» «• 21«t m. SMS ADM: 50c Children Under 12 FREE with Parents LAST TIMES TONITE First Showing in Blytheville lUNGLE-KING AGAINST KlUCR OUTLAW HOftSl! Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature ABOVE AND BEYOND .STEVE COCHRAN«.witD™E,THEWMMR NORSE CARTOON AND MUSICAL SHORT 'ROBERT ; TAYLOR I ELEANOR PARKER Tuesday & Wednesday Bring a Carload for $1 DOUBLE FEATURE HOWARD HAWKS' £810 SKY ce-tiarr in9 i.DEWEr »HT\» fUZ'AISTH mfATT JAS AHHUI MUHKItUTI W TNI FIIMAKKI ,,. H^.,»f.M ........... JOAN EMMS- HEWN DOUGHS LYNN BAR) Also Cartoon Also Metro News TUBS - WED - THURS Double Feature GREGORY PECK -S ANN BLYTH .M mm WIN-JM KM-MOU m — PLUS — "REVOLT OF THE ZOMBIES" A Horror Thriller Also Cartoon Uornlnt drop-In purtr from 10 to 13 honor* Mri. J, W. PJwell, former Mlu Frunrai Lynn Dowdy, at the home of Mrs. J. D. Smith, 328 Davis, with Mrs. W, L. Walker and Mrs. Ed B. Cook as co-hostesses. • Club Eight ha: meeting with Mri. Charles Langxton. Thursdaj Mrs. W. Leonard Smith Is hostess to members of the Armorel Home Demonstration Club for potluck luncheon. Mrs, Robert I. Thompson entertains both GEO and CIS Clubs at her home. La Neuve Club meet« with Mrs. Hunter Sims, Jr. Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble. At the Hospitals •;tfc*vtU* Hwpllml Dlsmksed: Lovey Pierce. City ExceU Miller, City John Mitchell, Manila J. O. Johtuon, City Maty Virgin!* Kemer, Deli Brenda Campbell, City Preston Campbell, city Mrs. Earl Martin, Steele Walls Hospital Dismissed: Roger Johnson, City Ronny Hardesty, City Mrs. Martha Pate and baby, City Mrs. C. D, Samples, Benton Merry Nell Lane, City Bill Rouih, City Mrs. M. M. Phillip*, Wendtl Jackie Andrews, Victoria Mrs. Reuben Hendrlx" and btby, City P- 'rompt DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 4507 Hours: 8 a.m. to IQ p.m. with Deliver; lo 7 p.m. WOODS DRUG STORE 821 West Main St Last Times Today! EXTRA! Paramount News and Cartoon 1 RITZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Garrigan Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Garrott and Family Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Freeman Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Cooke,' Jr. Starts TOMORROW! Four Big Days! Tues-Wed-Thurs-Fri The Land Beyond Imagination Where Adventure never ends! I t's like falling in love It's like having wings! It's the movie-going experience of excitement, tenderness and boundless laughter that will live in your j heart forever! %/ Disney's A New Achievement in Motion Picture ° Entertainment! TECHNICOLOR Captaiu Hook's Pirates Pixie Tinker Bell - Indian Braves Mermaid Lagoon 1 The Comic "Croc" EVEN THE SO1VGS ARE OUT OF THIS WORLD! 'YouC«nFlyl You Can Fly I" 'Stcond Stir to the Right" 'Your Mother »nd Mlrm" 'Never Smile at • Crocodile" 'Wh»t Msdt the RiB Mm R«d 'Tee Dum, Tie Dee" ' / . , tKCIN. ntt-MlMK (NMtJMENT PLUS: "Bear Country," a Walt Disney True-Life Adventure ADMISSION: Adults - - - - 75* Children - - - 35c ../•,-'

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