The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 3, 1949 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 3, 1949
Page 4
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BLYTHEVILLE <ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1949 Cast for Senior Class Memorial Play Amelia Saliba, Society Editor Mre. Rhoads Entertains L E. W. Club and Guest Mm. James- Rhoads was hostess rtsterday wh«n she entertained the tT'E-'W. Club and one guest, Mrs, W. T. Norton at -her home. •Attractive arrangements ol Jon- ouils and Spring flowers were used to decorate Ui« entertaining rooms of the honw. ' .'During 'the bunco 1 games, Mrs. Roland-Warrington won lugh score with Mrs. Noyes Bohne winning low and-Mr*. Blioads, bunco. The hostess served refreshments oi fruit cake and iced drinks. -- - • • • Cocktail Party Given At Harry Levitch Home ' Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Lcvitcl entertained with a cocktail parts at their home, 1928 Hcarn, Tuesday night, . ./ • , The home was decorated wllli at tractive arrangements of glndiol and jonquils In crystal bowls ai FolibwhiB the buffet dinner, th remainder ol the etyriing wns spen informally• by the.guests. 'Guests were Mr. and Mrs. T. H Caraway, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Boon Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Boone, M and Mrs. Arthur Olson. Mr. ftii Mrs. Bud Day and Miss Elotsc Yate Arn*ore» Baptist W.'M.U Meets with Mrs. Smith The •'Armorel Women's Missionary Union pi the Baptist Church met yesterday at the home of Mrs. W. L. smith with 13 members and three visitors, Mrs. R. It- Atkins, Mrs. Ella Roberts and Mrs. Claudia Dixon attending. .The Annie Armstrong Day of Prayer program was preceded by a Dutch luncheon. Mrs. C. C. Elliott was in charge of the program and prayer was offered by Mrs. S. H. Rebstock. Mrs. Henry Berry read a poem entitled, "I'm Going to Quit." Others taking part on the program and their subjects were, Mrs. Charles Graham, "Forward Look"; Mrs. W. O, Anderson, "Meeting the Migrants"; Mrs. smith, "New Testament Church"; and Mrs. Frank May, "Some Are Hidden, Go Find Them." Mrs. Berry dismissed the group with prayer. Gosnelf Baptist W.M.O. Has Mission Program * WE, THE WOMEN Daytime Cotton Mrs. Edward Einrlch ol Olive Branch, MLss., * visiting with friends and relatives here. Sue plans to return to her home tomor- r °Whitney Morgan, student at Tu- llane University, New Orleans, La., spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Whitney Morgan. Mi-, nnd Mrs. John Moses and daughter Sharron, ot Mounds, 111., arrived jtstedny to spend several daya will) her parents, Mr .-find Mrs. A G Shibley Sr. and family. They came espec-lully U> sec Mrs. Slilb- ley, who is m the Baptist Hospital in Memphis undergoing treatment following a" automobile accident Monday night. Her condition is Improved. Mr. and Mrs. J. I'. Pi-lend have rcLui-ucd homo from lAifkln, Tex., where they spent a montlis vaca- Mrs. Friiiih Tuvolacci and chll- drcii, Pct«r John a'" 1 Mary, ol New York City have arrived lor an in Mcmbcrs of the cast for the senior claw memorial play, which is to be presented in the Blytheville Hig School-Auditorium on March 25, In connection with the crowning of the senior queen for 1949 was " nnou "« today. Members are from '.eft to right: Jack Elliott, Betty Logan, Jlmmle Lowe, Patsy Besliarse, Nathan waae, Hipp, Jean Dedman and Betty Layson Coming Events I Arkansas DAR Members to Open social calendar (Three-Day Meeting Here Thursday Thursday The Gosnell Methodist W. S. C. S. will meet at the church for a busl ness meeting at 1:30 pirn. BK EUTH WILLtTT fVEA Staff Writer "IT was Just one of those days,' said the housewife In summing up a day In which every thing went wrong. Probably every housewife ha days that start off badly, don't ge any better as the day wears 01 and end up worse than when the started, But how many housewifes eve stop to realize that the days tha go wring from start to finish don' always just happen, that often they are brought on by the housewife herself? Maybe she Is trying to rush things-too fast, because she Is in a hurry to get things done and get out of the house for a social engagement. Mind in Two Places OR m"j'be half of her mind is Mary Queen of Scots had t w»te • n a case shaped like a skull. Some watch springs are » thlr as thick as the average human hai Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 f>,n Six Northeast Arkansas chapters of the Daughters of the American Revolution next week will entcrlain u^u»»,6 -v • ••"' the annual conference of the-stiite e Juyceettes will have their DAn membership with the sessions cEUlar meeting In ihe ciuui'uom at to be hold In Blytheville starting and continuing through 1:30 p:m. Miss Joyce Damon will be hos Thursday Saturday, It was disclosed today. Miss Joyce uiiiuun wui ut uuo- uu^uitKij, ,u n>..< ....j...^..-.. -less to the Nu Phi Mu Sorority at An attendance ol about 200 is ex- lier home at 8 p.m. 1 peeled. Friday Mrs. Ross Moore will, entertain Convention headquarters will be maintained In the Hotel Noble and <i,n/>rt sahirdiv morning and Mrs. on : some unsolved problem. W E B?rk,mn o A kadelphia will while the other half tries to cope have'charge ol a memorial service. 1 -"" »'" rt»v* ,1™™,^.,. IU L'li, i civi wun" ...... — — - j , Mrs HOSS ftlOOre Will, CHLCIL«HI i'-vi m uu^ »..<n-» .,>,-,.York City have arrived tor an in- • • • ( b mcmb( , rs a t her the conference sessions conducted definite visit with her pa.enls, Mr. •. ""- • ' In the First Presbyterian Church The little striped cotton comes In lor a lot of wear on a winter vacation In the sunny south. Slgmimd Crnne effectively uses n two-color atin striiicd chnmbray for a frock •llh a deep cut neckline and soft ounrtcd silhouette. A go-rmy-where rcss that hns a summer future. The-Women's Missionary Union of the'Gosnell Baptist Church me Monday 'at the church for an a day community .mission program.. • Mrn.-.Edna Karnes.wns In charg of the program^;and opened th meeting with the lending of th hymn and watchword for the year Mrs. Frankle Maxyell gave the devotional taken from the book ol Daniel. Those who participated on the program were Mrs. ( Norman Shealds,' -Mrs. Dewltt Vnnclenve, Mrs. Bessie Grimes, Mrs. Allan Moody, Mrs. Lonnle Grimes and Mary Alice Moody,, Mrs. Robert Williams and Mrs. Roy McKay. Prayers were offered by Mrs. Wayne Moody. '.-Why I Believe" was the poem read by Mrs. Benlnh Moody. A covered dish luncheon was lerved at noon. ^ < Visitation was made to several homes at the Veterans Housing Quarters in Blythevllle In the alter noon. Music Program Presented Jy Dell Commercial Club The Coimncrclnl Club ol the Doll High School under the direction oi •Yed Decker, music and educational director ol the first Baptist Church in Blytheville, presented n music program nt the school last week. The following selections were Included In the program: "Prayer Perlcct", Stenson; "Air Prom Mia Seasons", Hayde; "Pilgrim Song"; Tchnlkowsky; "Sweet Little Jesus Boy", MacGlmscy; "Come to the Fair", Ms.rtln and "Green Eyed Monster" by Charles. I and Mrs. John Bomuolaski and family. They were accompanied | here by Miss Jane Bombolaski, who spent several days in New York with them Mr. nnd Mrs. a. G. Caudlll have returned home from Rayinondsville, Tex., where they spent the winter months. Mr. »nd Mrs. Doyle Byrd of Memphis wo.i (lit guest Sunday ol their aan"htor and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Ueoigc twd Jr. and son, Clay. Miss Bonnie Bostic, telephone op- ernlor nl southwestern Bell Telephone rjcmpauy In Blytlievllle has accepted ,i transier as an operator in Manhattan, N.V. Don, son of Mr. and Mr*. Hermnn Ueslmrse has arrived in Wichita Palls. Tex., where he will lake his basic training at Shcphard Air Base alter enlisting in the Ar- "'lir. nnd Mrs. Eugene F. Still iell yesterday for Plymouth, N.C., where they will spend a ten-dny vacation. Mr. and Mrs. J. Lee Yenisei- of Memphis and formerly ot Blytlie- vllle are the parents of a son born home Mrs. Lloyd Whlttaker will be hostess to the Friday Contract Club. The Adult World Day of Prayer Service will be held at the First Christian Church at 2:30 p.m. with Mrs. John Fields as lender. In the First Presbyterian Church with Mrs. Frank A. Gcrig. of Ark- adelphin, state regent, pre; Dr. W. . . Arkansas State will speak at Edens, of oi College. Jonesboro, banquet session „„. - — Friday night nt which time the sel- The Childrens Service for the ec tion of an Arkansas Good Citi- World Day of Prayer will be at the zeiishlp pilgrim to Washington, D. First Christian Church at 3:45 p.m. I c., will be announced. with Mrs. Paul Jabe as the lender. The Dorcns Class of the First Baptist Church will meet at the church, 2:30 p.m.,- for a business and social meeting. Mrs. J. F. Row- ntid and Mrs. Arthur Rushing will hostesses. Meeting Is Postponed The Ladles Bible Class of the First Methodist Church have post- poned.their covered dish supper iind meeting which wns to hnve been held tomorrow due to the death of one of their members, Mrs. B. F. Ilrocigon, Sr. Special guests of the conference will Include Miss Marie Lloyd of Little Rock, vice president genera) of the national DAR. and Mrs. Donald B. Adams of New Rochelle, N. Y., national president ol the s ,.„„* . Children of the American Revo- Tlic Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta | lllt i on Sigma Phi will meet at the home of Mrs. Gilbert Hammock. 510 N. 13th, nt 2:30 p.m. Chapter N,- P.E.O. Sisterhood will -i at the home ol Mrs. W. H. Pease at 2 p.m. The national officers and Mrs. 1 Gerig will be guests of honor at a tea to be given In the home of Mrs. James Hill, Jr., during the convention. A meeting ol the State Board ol Management will conclude the business session. Mrs. John W. Edrington of Osceola, president of the Children of the American Revolution, .will preside over a luncheon meeting for that group Saturday and Mrs. Adams, the national president, will speak. Dance Arranged for Pajes A dance has been aranged for pages to the delegates and it will follow the banquet Friday night. Official hostesses for the conference include Mrs. Charles R. Penn, Shawnee District director; and Mrs Samuel F. Norris. district secretary- treasurer. Other hostesses will Ire regents of the Shawnee Distric chapters: Mrs. James Hill, Jr., of Blytheville; Mrs. Preston Grace o Batesville, Miss Lily Peters of Hel cna, Mrs. C. E Robinson of Jones boro Mrs. W. F. Nelson of Marl nna and Mrs. Madeline Campbel f Osceoln. The Convention Com littce also includes Mrs. J. Loui Cherry ot Blytheville. Mrs. Joh vine are me piiii^n--* v/i *> o~.. —••- c uuion nici. yesieiuuy <n, L yesterday morning at the Walls j fm tllc j,. regular meeting. tr ..:,»! Unfa !4n ItCIX h£Pll liatlied t c-> n i n l nv, * n,-h .1 lll,>,<*nt. H Hospital here. He has been Howard Lee Yeager III. Mrs. Yengcr is the lormcr Mis Sybil Brackin, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. James T. Brackin of Blytheville. Mrs. H. C. Holder returned from Norman, Okla., where she visited with her daughter, Mrs. Fred San- Hostess chapters for the annual meeting will be Blytheville, Jonesboro, Marinnna, Helenn, Batesville and the Wlllium Strong chapters The general theme for the conference is to be "Americanism". Registration Friday Mornlnr The State Officers Club dinner 1 ;^^rSSr ta ^ | ™ £^2%£ "The Uttle Red Hen" presented by! the organization also will nice Yorbro P.T.A. Meets For Regular Program The Ynrbro'Parenl-Teahcer Asso elation met yesterday at the school dcfur. M Sandciur and son lor At The Hospitals niythevlllc Hospital Dismissed: Hollis Wayne O'B:iiuion, city. Mrs. Earl p.itchctt, Hayli. Mo. Mrs. Martin Saldivar nnd baby, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: J. E. Fuller. Kcnnctt. Mo. Mrs. Ray Norman, Cape Girnr- dcau. several weks. She was mel in Memphis by her sou-in-lnw, Herman Be- slmisc and daughter, Patsy. Mrs. Leon H. Davis left today for New Orleans, La., where she will iie the gu"st of her parents, Mr. !}' ul Mrs. A. W. Ashley,: lor several weeks. Cub Scouts to Meet The Cub Scout Pack meeting will be held tonight at the First Christian Church at 7:30, and badges will be awarded, it was announced today by Fred Callihan, cubmnstcr. He also stated, that all boys who arc interested in being a cub scout should p.ttcnd this meeting with one of his parents. Miss Iris Mae Rosg' first grade pupils. They were accompanied nt the piano by Elizabeth Brister, fourth grade student. Mrs. William Wyntt was in charge of the program on the subject, "The Exceptional Child." She also gave the devotional taken from the books of John nnd Psalms. Miss Minnie Foster rend an article on the topic, 'The Retarded Readers", alter which a talk was given by Mrs. Harry Sansom.ehtitled, "The Gifted Child" bf- Dr. Paul Witty. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner gave examples of both types of children in the present day school and in the home. Mrs. Johnnie Johnson, president presided during the business session nt which time plans were made for the summer round-up program for prc-school children. The present officers were re-elected to serve for another s'ear. The meeting was dismissed by the president, Thursday night. Mrs. Samuel Pres ton Davis. Sr.. of Little Reck wi speak, nnd Mrs. D. M. Biggs Memphis, will preside over the din ner meeting. Registration of delegates Is sched uled for Friday morning In, th First Presbyterian Church. Distric directors and chapter regents wi e honored at a luncheon Frida Irs. Louis N. Frazler of Jonesboro, irst vice reg:nt, will preside. Nomination for new officers will be presented at the afternoon ses- lon Friday at which time director!, officers nnd committee chairmen for the 21 chapters In tiic state organization will present their reports, The new officers will be in- Family Shoe Store 311 Main Street Phone 2342 Just medium... and just right V Edrington ol Osceola. Mrs. Loui. N. Frnzier and Mrs. K. S. Sweany oth of Jonesborn Stnte officers are: Mrs. Gerl egent: Mrs. Frazier. vice regen Mrs. Minnie Reeves Sliephnrd, stat chapalln: Mrs. Alexander Weir, re cording secretary: Mrs. P. G. Hor ton, corresponding .secretary; Mrs. Edward Maciden Brown, treasurer; Mrs. Joe W. Cooper, registrar; Mrs. Harold E. Weaver, historian; Miss Harriet King, librarian; Mrs. .J. B. Heslcrly. curator: Mrs. Snmuel P. Davis. Sr., parliamentarian. Thursday & Friday (DOUBLE FEATURE) ith the day's emergencies. Or maybe she Is Just feelins own ami needs either a day oft t to start planning something c.x- ting for the future to give her a ft. One of the best things about a ousewife's job Is that she Is pretty nuch her own boss, and can usu- lly schedule her work to suit her wn convenience. So, when "one of those days" omcs along, Instead of blaming it n fate she might do better to ex- imhie her own state of mind to ee if she can't find out \vhy things arc not running smoothly. Then he can try to correct whatever s wrong, before things get worse as the day wears on. (jKNK KHIY-UIChh K""U\. \\\ sulllrH Also Short Subjects Continuous Showing Kver> Water expands when frozen. about one-lent! I Box Office Opens 6:30 Show Sta.ts 6:45 Opena Sunday 1:00: Starts 1:I& Continuous Slums Sat & Sun. ! Bargain Night Every NUM Except Saturday No passes honored on Sunday « I ROIJ Theatre Since th« days of William the Conqueror, every English sovereign except Edward V and Edward VIII has been crowned in Westminister Abbey. . 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