The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 23, 1952 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 23, 1952
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(AKK.1 COURIER WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, Jane Shelton, Society Editor w4; phone 44G1 Semester, Final 6 Weeks Attendance List for Sudbury School Announced Students attnining perfect attendance records for the first semester of the current school year and also the final six weeks of the semester at Sudbury School today Mrs. E. F. Fry, vu announced by principal. Perfect semester attendance went to first grade—Don Gulhrle, son. Marilyn Bill Roush. Beverly Jean Davis, Brackin. Helen Earline I^ane, Ann Lucas, I-eona Jean Houston. McBrlde, Johnny Brock, Mnrsha Second (?radc Lou Wilson. Bobby Zaricar, Jimmy Fronfelter. Ronald Milter. Mary Sue Cults and charlene Reese. Second grade — Jerry Henson, Donna Boswell, Mary Mac Hopkins, John Caldwell, Billy Cntcs. Charles Cronk, Larry Lovelace. Bobby Wamble, Mary Helen Oakley. Jimmy Mayes. Vicky Quails, Barbara Cable, Cherry Cooper. Betty Sue Larkin, Brenda Richardson and Carolvn Stivers, Third grade—Carol Lee Ashby, Jerry Ann Boggs. Gay Lea Bowser Franke Nell Johns, Teresa Dale Jcnes, Joe Lee Bums. Carl Eldrldge, William Paul Wamble, Harley Crump. Marshall Lark- In Jerry Martin, Terry Mulllns, Johnnie Dale Blaekwell, Barbara Ann Hopper. Dolores Wndkins. Wendall Chitman. Delmer Daniel. Robert Howcli, Robert Oakley and Peggy Anderson. Fourlh grade — Sara Lou Snow, Virginia Nichols. Dolpha Mac Cole, Carol Lee Beavers, Alvls Harris, Jr., Arden Collier, Freddy White. BillyjGcne Nelson. Robert Lovelace, W. D. Crocker, Jr., Charles Ronald Cobb, Carolyn Calfee and Ltnria Hannah. Fifth grade — James Marshall, Rayedeene Hooper. Mary Evalyn Knapp, Lydla Sudbury, Michael Calfee, Dana Davis, Jimmy Foley. Linda Lou Cullum, Brendn Joyce McClanahan, Linda Loyce McClan- »h»n and Pattte Sue Queen. Sixth grade — Taylor Francis, C»vjd Moody, Jimmy Spain, Jerry Wllllford, Bettye Collier. Claudia Crowe, Jimmy Helen Followay, Marilyn 'Jones. Shirley Kinnln- monlh, Lovatta McAdams, Danny Bralcher, David Crump. Tony Ed* wards, Bobby Richardson, Glen Wamble, Roy Zeller, Deenyo Blankenship, Anne Blaekwell, Betty Lou Clomp and Melia sallba. Perfect attendance for the six weeks Is first grade—Larry Garrl- son, Alvin H. I.ane. lit, Lonnie Ledbcttcr. Jean Anderson, Jackie Vowel], Freddy Barnes, Niva Gal! Swaflord, Velma Sclfridge, J. W. Beaslcy. Jack Holt, Gwen Halford. Kay Halstead, Linda Sue Moore, Judy Hidings, Michael Dlckson, Chester Hopper, Michael Thomp- Barnes, Hnyncs, Barbara Dorothy -La Wnmta Bar- Chapter Hears Book Review "The Turn of (he Screw", »n English ghost story by Henry James, was reviewed last night by Mrs. W. Marlon Williams (or the 25 members of (he Alpha Alpha Chapter o! Beta Si^ma Phi who attended the bi-monthly session, Mrs. Roland Bishop wn.s hostess in ail enlei-tnmlng room of the Country Club for the occasion. The business discussions were directed by Mrs. Robert IJpsr.omb neU. netty Sue Guthrle. Gail Me- chapter president, and plans wer.e Canle.w, Carolyn Jo Stewart,, Tom- . - . ray Ray Clark. Michael Ray Johnson, Mack McCl.inahan, Roland Warrin?tcrj. Ronnie Etchicson, ] hospital' In" entertain the patients Patty McBrlde. Marylln Morrison, Ronnie Pat Sampson. Lynn Hcnm, Travis Nichols, Terry Wicker. Chester Cnldwell, Helen Buttery, Nettie Sue Marr, Wanda Simpson, Loyd Brown. Joe Gulp, Judy Greeson, Marilyn McWilllams, Betty made for a vi.slt to Kennedy Veterans A major project o the chapter Is periodic visit*. U> the Plans for participating in the bloortmobile program also \vere presented. Party foods and Iced drinks were Mr. and Mrs. Guy Swill, Jr., a nounce the birth of a son, Jan. 21. at Memphis Methodist Hospital. He is the first child and has been nam- :<i Guy Mitchell. Mrs. Swift Ls the former Miss Joan Freeman. A. L. Mason returned yesterday from a week's visit In Houston, Tex. as guest o[ his daughter. Mrs. Tom Gorke and Mr. Gorke and his son John W. Mason, who Ls a .student at the university of Houston. Angela Dawne Js the name which has bren chosen for the daunhtei born Monday in Lewis Memorial Hospital, Chicago, to Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Lawson, former Blythcvllle residents. Lt, Carl L. Robertson, who t spcndins a 30-rtay leave here a, guest of his parents, Mr. and Mis Jack Robertson, has been notifiec of his promotion to the rank o first lieutenant. Lt. Robertson wa formerly stationed at Camp Poll La., and will next be assigned to th Baptist Group Has Day Df Prayer, Visitation The Womens Missionary Union ol he First Baptist Church yesterday b-served the Community Missions Day o[ Prayer with a luncheon- mectinB at the church. Thirty-eight women of the church attended the affair. Following luncheon, Mrs. W. W. Mitchell directed the Comunity Missions pro- grnm which opened with a devotional by Mrs. C. L-. McWaters. Sr. Participating in the discussions were Mrs. Herman Walls, Mrs. Darrel Syvnncr, Mrs. Archie Hays and Mrs, James Fisher. Prayers for missions were offered during the afternoon by Mrs. Ken dall Berry and Mrs. Charles Newcomb. Prayer by Mrs. W. M. Williams ad]ourned_the meeting and the remainder ol the afternoon was spent in visiting in various homes. served following the chapter Jonrnincnt. Mrs. Bishop was assisted during the evening by Miss Lou Matr.enla, Pat Mcsley, Marllce Floiencc Moore. Wells and Jnnet Williams. . Third grade — Linda Jo Corrlell,! Martha Lee Klrkscy, Undn Annji.4 Hnlo^ RrinnC Smith. Olenda Turner, Donna /Yllb. UTJie J. Dliggb Faye Wnddlr, Bobby Johnson. Hcrschell Besharse, Danny Cooper, Larry Cummlngs, Jerry Davis, Freddie Elam, Lymanlec Haney, Ira Gene Lambert, Mnry Sue Cav- Entertains Guests ncss, Dorothy Jean Crenscy. Betty Sue Dixon. Sally Jo Elliott. Margaret Garcia. Georgia Ann Ramey, James Slarnes. Ann Tcasue. Barbara Jean Webster. Billy Lambert, Claude Wheeler, Edna Mag Layne and Annette Turner. Fourth grade—Betty Ann Moxley, Linda Jo Bo.wcll. Charlotte Lewis. Faye McCanless. Harold Pulley, Richard Haney. Lewis Ray Carson, Ray Davidson, William Kinninmonth. Robert Ledbetkr, Gerald' Moslcy, Margaret Fnrrls, Lovelace. Dcwnyne Miller. Pulley, Jerry Rounsavnll. The Green Room of the Country Club ye.slcrday was the scene of im afternopn of playing bridge for members of the Trl-Town Club and nests, when Mrs. Dnle S. Briggs as hostess to the group. Jonquils and tulips were combined o form the Spring bouquet set atop he mantel of the room. In the bridge game Mrs. Gene 'enford took club high honors while Irs. James Terry won second high. Irs. Dick J. White was guest high inner. During the afternoon party foods vere served. at] . Far East. Charles Bnice has been chosen by Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnson is the name for their firs'- child, a bo: / yesterday morning at Walls Hospital. Mrs. Johnson is the former Miss Nell Jackson o! Bowling Green, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Regenold are in Columbus. Miss., today where they motored Mr. Reynold's mother. Mrs. E. A. Regenold of Paris. Wayne Jimmy Bobby Adams. Westbrook, Clara Lou Jerry Ollbow, Lynn Joyce Hnlford, and Alice Llndouist. Firth grade — Norman Flowers Jerry Mnrlin Hargctt, Billy Carolyn Cordell, Betty June Gowen. Louis Oarner, Olynn Dole Howard, anrt Jerry Grounds. Sixth grade—Lnrr Burgcson. Eddie Ollless, Billy Hnncy, Gilbert Humphrey. Marvin Zellner. Oracle Helms.- Sara Llndqulst. Peggy Mosley, Imogene Reese and Betty Jo Webb. Church Class Has Dinner Party; Freeman Robinson Named President X Talentlne motif had been chos-i long lable which had M. it.s focn •n to predominate In the decora- I point of Inlcrest a large silver hear tiorut of an entertaining room of the First Christian Church last tight for the dinner party-election meeting of the Young Artult Sunday Class of the church. In an election of officers. Freeman Robinson was named class president lo succeed Hartley Hays. Dinner was served from a ilngle Sensational Accessories om which cascaded ivy and wa lumlnatcd by red 'tnpers set ther side. Smaller hearts wer prlnkled about the table. Following dinner, games were un er the direction of J. P. Carrot nd Mr. Robinson. In the election of offieers, other amed to serve were Eric Whltle ice president; Mr. Garrott. secre ary and treasurer, nnrt Mrs. Ftnn 3rown, social clmlrman. The group agreed to have a social n alternate montlvs nnd Kempcr Burton was named assistant class eacher to James Terry. Mrs. Boyce Moore, Mrs. Hadley Inys, Mrs. Frank Brown and Mrs. bet Brown composed the arrangement comtttte. Marriage Licenses The following couples yeslerclaj obtaitind marriage licenses at the office ol (he cunty clerk. Mrs. Eliz- flbetoh Blythe Parker: Alex nnd Mrs, Julia Ann mickey, both of St. Loub. John Henry Miller and Miss Nell Richardson, both of. Steele. Coming Events Thursday Fidells Class 01 First Baptist ihurch has 7:30 p.m. meeting at he home of Mrs, W. E. Wallace, 010 Holly. Phebean Class of First Baptist Church has 7:30 p.m. meeting at he church, with potluck supper and white elephant party. Mrs. Eugene Brown hostess to Thursday Rook Club. Mrs. James Rogers hostess to GEO Club. Octette Club meets with Mrs. Marvin Nunn. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 1:30 p. m. Mrs.. Jack Dickenson hostess to TLE Club. La Nueve meets with Mrs. Clar end- Webb. Friday Friday Contract Club meeUs with Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Saturday Buffet supper and dancing at Country Cluh. Supper will served at 7:30 p.m. and will be fol lowed by dancing. Tex., who had been spending a month here. Mrs. Rcpenotri will vis- It with another son, S. A. Regenold and Mrs. Hegenbld before returning to her Paris home. Mrs. Lillian Stanley of Parkin arrived last night to spend a week as of Mr. antl Mrs. W. A. Edvards. Russell Phillips left last night for New York to attend a car dealers onvention. He will be Joined later by Mrs. Phillips, who Is now spend- ng several days in Battle Creek, Mich. At the Hospitals Blythevllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Winfield Mick, City Allen Cnimb. City Earnestine. Callaway. City. Air Force Man s Wed in Japan First Ijlcutcntml Mary Trultt, an Air Force nurse, became the bride of Cpl. Tony Birmingham, son of dr. nnd Mrs. C- S. Birmingham of Blythevllle in rv Dec. 29 ceremony icrforniRd in Fcacotn, Japan. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Trultt of En \td., nnd Is a graduate of the Baptist' Memorial Hospital School of Nursing In Memphis. Lt. Jane Doyle and Pfc. Richard Trout were the couple's attendants and for her marriage the bride chose dress of pink wool and wore white orchid corsfige. A reception immediately following in t,he Nurse's quarters nt the Feacnm Air Force Bnse and Ihe cmv~ pie later IcIL on a wedding trip to Harbor Lake after which they will be at home nt the base where both are serving with the Air Force. Cpl. Birmingham is a graduate of Blytheville High School. VIrs. R. McKinnon Heads Catholic Altar Society The Altar Society of the Immaculate Conception Church met Monday afternoon at the school for an election of officers, with Mrs. Robert J, McKinnon of Manila being named preslcisnt of the group. Prayer by the Rev. Joe Wenger opened the 2:30 p. m. meeting and others named to serve were Mrs. Robert P. Patterson, secretary and treasurer and Mrs. J. F. Montandon, vice president. Retiring president, Mrs. Phillips Robinson, was installing officer. Refreshments were served following the adjournment. LUXORA NEWS By MRS. G. C. DRIVER Artificial Lakes to Aid Irrigation in Sardinia CAOLIABI, Sardinia. liPi— Thrc artificial lakes being made in tl' «pi:cr reaches of the Flumcndos River will enable 8,000 families t have new farms in a 112.000-acr area of formerly uncultivated land The three lakes will liave a tot. capacity of 50 million cubic metei of water, and will supply water I 22 towns with a total of 100.000 ir habitants who now have only scam wells. This effort has been possible this Mediterranean island throng the financial aid of UNRRA, Interim aid, ERP, EGA. and a new Italian OSCEOLA NEWS By Bettye Nell* Starr WeddJnr Anniversary One of the most brilliant events | f the winter of 1908 was the wed- Ing of MlM Ida May Driver, aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abner Driver to Edward Lawson Qutnn, on of Mr. and Mrs Wade Quinn, 'he ceremony was performed in the lew Baptist Church on Broadway ireet on Jan. 22, Last night Mr. and Mrs. Qulnn larked that occasion with > supper party at their home. Mrs. J. D. Bonim, who decorated he church, two matrons of honor, Mrs, Harry Driver and Mrs. Ida r.ucker, bridesmaids, Miff Nell Rhoades, Miss Blanche Cleere. Mrs. Joplin Driver, who still reside in Csceola, and Mrs. Prank Potter who sang all attended the 44th wedding celebration. The four-tier wedding cake which was a replica of the cake served at :he wedding reception, was used as the table's centerpiece. The base of the cake was encircled with pink roses and set atop the cake was miniature or the bouquet which the bride caiTlcd. Branched silver candelabra holding pink tapers stood at either side Receiving the guests as they arrived ivcre the honored couple Wade Quinn. Mrs. Qulnn and thei children. Wade Quinn, Jr., Edwart W. Quinn, II, Be and Becky Quinn Mrs. Quinn, Sr., received the guest dressc<J in a semi-formal gown aqua cashemere with a lace bodice Mrs. Quinn, Jr.. was dressed in black afternoon dress with a rhine corsages. Members of the wedding party sslsted In the dining room. Pink oses »nd tapers were uf»d «bout ae entertaining rooms. Parents of the honored coupl* ere married in a double ceremony n the Union Church In 1883. Church Group Meets The Christian workers of th« ihrlstian Church met Monday aft- rnoon in the home of Mrs. L. O. a. Young. . I Mrs. R. M. Fletctter presided over he meeting and prayer by Mrs. O. B. Moor* preceded the lesson, "Our Home Missions." Mrs. Welby Young ss program director. New pfficers for the church year are Mrs. L. C. B. Young, president; Mrs. Mary Dean, vice president; rfrs. H»rry Driver, secretary »nd Mrs. Bruce Ivy, treasurer. The hostess was assisted by her mother, Mrs. CoXeman Stevens, Sr., n serving a dessert course. Linda Jean Vinson Observes Birthday Linda Jean Vinson observed her seventh birthday with a part;,' for 12 guests Saturday at the home of her parents, Mr. aurt Mrs. W. E. Elliott. Lynna Jean Baughman and Lucille Gentry were prize winners hi the party games. Birthday cnkc n;ul 2 Guests Aftend Circle Meeting in Adams Home Mrs. J. H. Adams nnd Mrs. Joy Ross were guests Monday night with members of the Trinity Baptist Business Womens Circle when nine members mrt at the home of Mrs. Charles Adams. Following the business discussions, Mrs. C. R. Robertson. Mrs Bobby Webb. Mrs. Idcll Lowe. Miss Bernice Overman. Mrs. Launa Everett, Mrs, Merl Lowe. Mrs. Charles Acinms and Mrs. Carolyn Boyers were program participants. Prayer by Mrs. LOWE closed the session I'fter which the hostess served refreshments. 5-Table Howell Movement Played by Bridge League Playing » five-table Howell move- ent in the Country Club Duplicate ridge League's weekly game lasu Ight, Mrs. H. C. Stms and Frank elson won high score honors. Mrs. W. D. Chamblln and Mrs B. Gee won second high and n iree way tie resulted for third lace, Those vicing for the honor •ere Mrs. F. E. Black and Mrs. H. F. Kirshner. Mrs. Samuel F. Norrls and Mr.s. P. D. Foster and trs. Eugenia Jenkins and O. S. Crowell. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin SVunderllch, Sr. and son, of Memphis, were houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowen last Sunday. Mrs. E. B. Bogan visited relatives In Jackson, Term., for several days last week. t Miss Betty Mltflin left Thursday for Vanndale, where h« has accepted a position In the public schools there. W. R. Tate and Tye Adams accompanied the senior boys' high school basektball team to the Arkansas State-Arkansas Tech game In Jonesboro last Monday night. The team members were guests of the State Athletic Department. E. R. Bogan spent several days last week In Malvern, Ark., attend- ng a Masonic meeting. Mrs. Maxine McHaney and son Tommy, of Memphis were weekend uests of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Brown Mr, and Mrs. I. M. Castlio spenl .he weekend in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bowen spent several days In Lake Village las week as the guests of Mrs. H. M Patterson and Mr. and Mrs. Clyd Livingston. Mrs. J. D. Hires and Mr. and Mr? of novelty hat.s were presented. Mrs. Elliott \v:us i.s'.isted dm the event hy grandmother of honoree. Mrs. R. L,. Fisher. Meeting of Band Mothers Will Be Tomorrow Night Vlark Andersons Entertain Ihurch Class in Home Jay Kochenderfer of Memphis wer weekend guests of friends and rel atives here. Tye Adams and W. V. James at tended the District Basketball Con ference held in Jonesboro Sundaj Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Ingram an son spent last weekend in St. Lou as the guests of relatives. College students spending sever al days at home last week bctwee semester sessions included Georg Stanford of Arkansas State an Miss Wilma Layne of State Teach ers. The Luxora Book Club held 1U edit Institute which appropriated 0 million dollars lo be spent over years for the building of roads, liiediicts. industrial plants and land •clamattori projects in Sardinia. stone trim. Both wore gardeni Read Courier News Clagslfied Ads. li nktrt *sb»i nk M etuftrttof. WICKS • W VAPORUB The word "Yankee" was first ap- ied by the Dutch to a shrewd, Icky fellow, according to a gen- ally accepted version of its orl- n. onthly meeting at the home of Irs. Lem Stanford Tuesday night. ith U members and one guest, Irs. W. P. Blis of Victoria, present. Irs. J. I. Mifflin presided over a hort business meetins. Mrs. John hweatt gave a short biography of everal renowned humorists, and «!rs. Stanford gave two humorous OTies. After a social hour, the hos- ess served ft dessert course. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Rozelle enter- ained their three table Canasta at a dinner party at their ouiitry home Saturday night. In he games following. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hall were prize winners. En joy Delicious COUNTRY HAM at the RUSTIC INN "Food You Like" A 3 CRIOMH1SION ytv iw£fl for yoir cough _-*- - — When your cold gets into your throat and chest and cough develops, work fast. Creomulsion relieves quickly because it: .Soothex raw tore throat and chest 1. 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