The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 30, 1952 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 30, 1952
Page 2
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TWO BMTHEVILLE (ARK.l COURTEH K15W8 WEDNESDAY, JANUARY W, Rainbow Girls Officers Installed In a Formal Cermony at Temple Donni Sue Gort last night was, drill leader; Allene Wlmbcrly, chap- fnstalled as worthy advisor of (he Order of Rainbow Girls In a formal public ceremony it the Ma- ionic Tempi* on D»vU Street. Preceding the Installation, the Eastern Star honored the Rainbow members with a. supper party. Mrs, T. J. Bailey vtts presiding officer in the Installation ceremony and wu assisted hy Mrs. Gus Eberdt. marshal!; Mr*, Charles McDanlel. chaplain ind Mrs. Holland Alken. organist. Others taking office In the society were Melbiline Hill, associate worthy advisor; May Berle Seville, hope; Merry Nell Lane, charity; Rhonda Eaton, faith; Carol Dowdy, lain; Carol Ann Holt, treasurer; Anita Sue Otdham. recorder; Bobbie Joe Alley, love; Frances England, nature; Patty Scott, patriotism and Kay Blackard, confidential observer. Mrs. M. S, Edwards wu Installed as mother adviser replacing Mrs. W. D. Cobb. and Scott Alley assumed the duties of Rainbow Dad replacing J. D. Smith. Members of the Advisory Board of Eastern star members named to assist the Rainbow girls were Introduced. They were Mrs. Charles Alford, chairman, Mrs. Cobb, cochairman; Mrs. Dale Horncr, Mrs. RAINBOW OFFICERS DISCUSS DUTIKS-Shown last night at the public Installation service of officers arc leaders ot the group for the coming year. In tha front row, (left to right) are Mclbnllne Hill, worthy associate advisor; May Berle Bcvlll, hope and Mrs. M. S. —Courier Newi Pholo Edwards, mother advisor. Second row (left to right) are Sue Olclham, recorder; Donna sue Gore, worthy advisor; Merry Nell Lane, charity; Carol Ann Holt, treasurer; and Rhonda Eaton, faith. George Dowdy. Stilsrell and Mrs. C. S Jane Shelton, Society Editor f ew£ Phone 4461 Huffman Baptist Women Have All-Day Session "' Group Honors Newly-Wed Pair Mrs. ivon pannln and Mrs, Mildred Mayo were hostesses Monday night to a group of guests who gathered at the Mnc Lewis home to present the newly married couple with gifts for their home. The evening was spent informally during which games v:ere conducted. After the guests of honor, had displayed thes gifts, refreshments were served by the hostesses. Dessert Bridge Given in Home A dessert bridge at the Lloyd fitickrnon home yesterday entertained members of the Tuesday Bridge club and two guests when Mrs. Stlckmon was hostess for tlie group's weekly, session. ir , A touch of Spring wu addntmr the- Juponica ^riooms 'placed in'ftie entertaining room in which the club and guests, Mrs, R. A. Porter'and Mrs. Gean Atkinson were seated. In the bridge game Mrs. E. M. Kegenold won high score and Mrs. Riley B. Jones, second high. Party Celebrates 5th Birthday Because Kenny GJuackenbush was five years old yeslerday, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Quackenbush entertained with r. party nt their home for 25 small guests. Jo Ann Kidd was prize winner for a party game conducted and the guests later were presented favors of balloons, coloring books, crayons and serpantines. A Valentine motif hart been chosen for the cclnbralton nnd was repealed in the decorations of the entertaining rooms. Tlie pink and green birthday cake, with five small candles was cut and served with red punch nnd Ice cream. Mrs. CJuackenbush was assisted during (he afternoon by her sister, Mrs. Ray Whitmore of Luxora, her mother, Mrs. L. C. Posey, Sr., and Mrs. James KitUmy. Methodist Circle Convenes At Church for Session Circle One of Luke Street Methodist V.'omens Society 01 Christian Service met Monday night at the church for a business discussion ied by Mrs. Billy King. WSCS president. Prayer by Mrs. George Shanks preceded the business discussion in which officers'' reports were heard. The group discussed the need of establishing n Golden Age Circle for shut-ins. A devotional, "Fruits of the Spirit" \vas given by .Mrs. George Stilwell. The group read the hymn. "Lord for Tomorrow," and Mrs. C. M. Baxter closed tile program with the discussion, "foreign Missions in and Manila." Prayer by Mrs. King closed the meeting. BEAUTIFUL GLADIOLI BULBS 12 VARIETIES We've just received a shipment of liladioli Uulbs in 12 Varieties. Come in soon I Paul Byrum Hardware Co. 114 East Main Luxora Good Citizenship Girl Named l ' Members of the Huffman Baptist Women's Missionary Society met Monday at the church for a community missions program, Mrs. R. L. Adklsson had charge of LUXOUA.—Miss Billye Sue Clark, daughter ot Mr. nnd Mrs. J. n. Clark of Luxora, has been chosen as the local flood Citizenship Girl, It was announced here this week by Mrs. E. R. I!o- gan, representative of the William Strong Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Miss Clark, a senior In Luxorn High School, wns recommended for selection by the higli school fac- - • ulty members. She BiUye Sue Clark 15 n fourth year member of the girls' basketball team, the assistant editor nnd business manager of tiie school paper, the Pnnther, and has the session which was opened with yer. Participating in the morn„ portion of the program were years. Miss Clark has also been Mrs. Rex Hughes. Mrs. Harry Law- honored ns football maid for two years. She is a member ot the First Methodist Church here, nnd serves as a director In the Methodist Youth Fellowship group of that institution. served as « .the«rle for Mrs. M.' Settlerhire Leads Dell Methodist Study Mrs. Mavis Scttlcmire directed the study lesson "Latin America" Monday night nt the bi-monthly session of the Dell Methodist Wo- mens Society of Christian Service. Mrs. U. S. Blankenshlp, Mrs. B. B. Crawford. Mrs. Leslie Peoples inrt Mrs, L. o, Peterson were hostesses nt the church to the 35 members attending. . Mrs. Scltlemlre was assisted by Mrs, Crawford in presenting the lessons and in the business session following n nominating committee for the selection of 1952-53 officers was named. Mrs. D. L. Shopparrt served ns committee chairman and will be nsslstrcl by Mrs. Charles Kennett and Mrs. Crawford. It ft'ns announced that A Prayer Retreat will be held In Wilson at tlie Methodist Church on Feb. 6. The session will begin at 10 a.m. Following a prnycr by Mrs. Sheppard. the hostesses served refreshments. Mrs. Jack Odum Entertains Baptist Union, Guests Mrs. Jack Odnm wns hostess Monday at her home to 10 members and one guest of the Womens Mis- Dell Baptist Groups Have Mission Program The Women's Missionary Society and Dell various Baptist departments Church met of the at the nisht for program. a community missions Participating on the first program portion were members of the Sunbeam Band, which Is directed by Mrs. Hnrry Cook and Miss Martha Crocker; Royal Ambassadors, led by William Brnxlon oill; Intermediate Girls Auxiliary directed by Mrs. o. 1 Clinch and the Junior Girls Auxiliary, which Is led by Mrs. Bune Smith. The second part of tlie mission program was given by the society with Mrs. M. n. Griffin leader. The Rev. Mr. Griffin guvc the devotional and program participants were Mrs. John Harden, Mrs. b. McClellan. Mr.?. Ed Hardln, ami Mrs. Mabel N'elson. Prayer by Mrs. C. H. MorgnjCcioseri the program period nnd following a social hour which refreshments ivere served and Miss Peggy Brlnkley presented a solo. Miss Joyce Oil], Mrs. Beulah Wlmtley, Mrs. A. E. Cald- wcll. Miss Mnrtbn Crocker. Mrs. Ray Morgan. Mrs. Griffin, Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Hlncli presented the program. Special music wns presented by YWA members. Peggy Brinkley, Carolyn Brink-ley. Sally Talc. Arilce Blair and Peggy Blair under the direction of Mrs. A. E. Cnlrhvell. Miss Joyce Gill closed the meeting with prayer. Joyce Steele Hostess To Baptist Group Joyce Steele was hostess at her home Monday to members of Calvary Baptist Girls Auxiliary tor a biulne.v meeting In which "Forward . :; , , - - , — ...... "; I Steps" for the GA coronation cere- sionary Union of the Emmanuel ,„ M . discussed. Baptist Church for a Day of Prayer ' program in observance of community missions. The Rev. A. M. Houston, pnstor, . . . , , was guest with the Union nnd following the program ^discussions, n potluck luncheon was served. 5-Table Howell Movement Played by League A five-table Howell movement last night was played at the Conn- try Club Duplicate Brid?c League's weekly came. Mrs. s. E. Tune nnd. Mrs. W. A. Afflick took first plnce honors. Second hlch went to Mrs, B. A. Lynch and Martin Dyke of Memphis. Mrs. P. D. Foster and Ais O. 5. Crovvell won third place honors. Betty Watson was a puest with the 10 members attending and Aim Kelllck met ns n new member. Mrs. Tom Kclltck. s|xmsor. led the forward Steps discussions. The hastc.<-.s was assisted by her mother. Mrs. Cecil Steele in serving refreshments. Holland Extension Club Has Business Discussion Mr.'. A. G. Moseley was hostess to members of tlie South Holland Extension Club recently for a business session, which wns opened with scripture reading and prayer. Plans for the new business year were discussed and the meeting adjourned with prayer by Mrs. Perry Taylor after which the hostess served refreshments. FINAL CLOSEOUT! DRESSES < TOMORROW ^ Whitsitt' Because YOL; Like Smart Things . . son, Mrs. James Bush and Mrs. Jodie Hicks. Following luncheon Mrs. Milton Dallas, Mrs. Jann Lott, Mrs. George Perry, Mrs. Billy Ray. Mr.s. Jack Ad- klsson took part In the program Mrs James Bush was Introduced to the group as a new member. Prayer by Mrs. Rex Hughes closed the session. 15 Attend Day of Prayer Observance at Armorel Fifteen members of the Armorel Baptist Womens Missionary Society yesterday met al the church for the mission program, "Glorious Footprints" In connection with the Day of Prayer. Mrs. Welddn McCain was leader for the program svhicb she opened with grouo singing and a devotional. Participating In the discussions were Mrs. N. C. Patterson' Mrs. Frank Mays, Mrs. Adrian Russell, Mrs. W. C. Anderson and Mrs. Arch Beard. ' FoloK-ln-r n potluck luncheon, the second portion was opened with singing nnrl prayer by Mrs. Patterson. Mrs. W. L. Smith, Mrs. W. E. Edmondson, Mrs. Hugh Dlxon. Mrs. Max Watson. Mrs. Ira Dickson and Mrs. A. C. Priest took part-in the discussions. Group sinking followed by prayer by Mrs. S. H. Rcbstock adjourned the meeting. A I the Hospitals Mrs. R. H. Hood and Mrs. Bill Green have returned from a three- week vacation In California. Texas, a;id Arizona. Mrs. W. I. Denton returned Monday nljht from a months visit In Houston and Forl Worth. Tex While in Houston she was the guest of Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Bunting nnii in Fort Worth she visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Seacord and a daughter, Leigh. Mrs. Seacord and daughter accompanied Mrs, Denton to Blythevllle for a visit. Mrs. Seacorrt is the former Miss Constance Denton. • Condition 01 J. p. Allison, who Is I at his home on Walnut Street is reported as slightly Improved. Mrs. W. A. Sheddan arrived today trom her home In Senatobia, Miss., to visit her daughter, Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr., and family. She will return home this weekend. J. Cecil Lowe, II arrived today from Washington University St. Louis to spend the mid-term holidays with his parents Mr. and Mrs J. Cecil Lowe. Among the 630 students who will receive degrees in the anrrual midyear commencement at the University of Arkansas, Saturday will be Mack Don Dillport of Dell, Lucurgus Ellsworth Lines. Jr., of MOn- elte, Charles Henry Hcndershott. Jr., and OU'ell Orls Stivers both of Blytheville. Mrs. T. w. Baxter and family of Waukeegan, III., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Baxter. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny White and daughter, Grace, have as their guests for several days, Mrs. White's mother. Mrs. R. Q. Roseborough ol Senatobia. Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Goings. Jr. will arrive tomorrow from the University of Arkansas to be the midterm holiday guests of their par-1 cnts, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Goings, and Mrs. Lenora Henry. | Miss Annette Whistle, who is a student at Southern Methodist University, Dallas, is the holiday guest of her mother, Mrs. Clem H. Whistle. Sr.. and frmily, and sister, Mrs. Mavis Seltlcmire. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Daniels and children. Betty, Becky and Susan will leave tcmorroiv lor Balesville, Miss., to make their home where . r. iJnn: ; vill be manager of the Sterling Store. Mrs. Daniels sister. Mr.s. Lester Ccok and daughter, Darbee, who have been visiting here also will leave tomorrow for Little Rock before going to Pordyce to make their home. Mr. Cook is serving with the Navy in Japan. Business Women Discuss 'Communily Missions' The Business Women's Circle ot Trinity Baptist church met Monday night at the church for the community missions program, "Glorious Footsteps" which opened with lirayer by Miss Bcrnice overman. Mrs. Charles Adams presented the devotional and program participants were Mrs. Carolyn Buyers. Mrs. Bobby Webb. Mrs. Luana Everett. Mrs. Cnrlton James. Mrs. Irene Prlchard, Mrs. Eunice Hcnd- son and Mrs. Idell Lowe. Music was presented during the evening by Mrs. Bcrl Lowe anil the session of 11 members adjourned with prayer by Mrs. Carlton James. lllc HosplUI isniLsscd: Rnymond Whittle. Jr.. City. Rnylortl Whittle. City. i\frs. Richnrd Rnder and baby Tj'Ier. Charles A. Hlndman, City. Coming Events Wednesday Promlsed Land Methodist WSCS has 7 p.m. meeting with Mrs. Felix Hill. Thursday Potluck supper followed by social hour for masons and their wives at the Masonic Temple at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Jerry Scrape hostess to TLE Club. Thursday Rook Club meets with Mrs. Cleo Wren. OEO Club has meeting at the home of Mrs. T. H. Caraway. Mrs. Chester Caldwell hostess to Thursday Contract. La Nueve meets with Mrs. lien Mac White. Mrs. Johnny. White entertaining Kibitzer club. Mid-Week Club meets with Mrs Anbrey Conway. Octette Club entertained by Mrs Marvin Nunn. Duplicate Bridge League plays al Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Euzelian Class of First Baptist Slow Progress Almost 200 years were required for the American colonists to advance their settlements from the coast as far as the crest of the Appalachians, according to the Encyclopedia Brttannlca. f , nose-pick!UK »nd a tor- mentjpK rectal itch arc often telltale lifrns of Pin-Worms ... ujtly parasites that medical experts gay JnfoBl fine out of every thrte persons eJtarnirn-d.' Entire families - may be victims nnrf not know iL To E ct tit ot Pin-Worms, lti«e pcaU muJt not only be killed, but killed in the Targe intestine where they live and multiply. That's ex- •rllywhat Jiyne'sP-W tablet* do ,. -and here's How they do Itr Firsf-a scientific coatine carries the tablets inlo the bowets before they dissolve. Then - Jirne'g modern, medicalSy-approvud in- Btedient cots richt to work-Jtitfj Pin-Worms quickly and ™*ily. Don't lake chances with this dangerous, highly contagious condition- At the first, BiBn of Pin- Worms, ask your drugKut (or atnvine J»yn*'»F-W Vcrmifnie., . the small, «ajy-to-UVe tablets perfected by famous Dr. IX Jaync A Son. specuilbtj in worm remedies for over 100 jeara. V I In your paper tomorrow 1952 FORD watch for it! hurch has 7:30 p. m. meeting at ome of Mrs, Joe Kvans, 1115 Wit- Friday Dorcas Class of First Baptist hurch has 2 p.m. mectin at the lurch. Mrs. Wesley Thomas entertaining Stitch and Chatter club. Chapter "N" of PEO has 1 p.m. meeting with Mrs. Riley B. Jones. Saturday Informal dancing at Country ClWb beginning at 8 p.m. • Read Courier News Classified Adj. Listen to KLCN af 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Ito.v Office ('hone 2752 — Office Phone 6998 Hox Office Opens al 1:45 — Show Slarls 2:00 p.m. Continuous Showing Kverydav * Television Lounge if Cry Rooms * Smoking Loge if •*• Every Seat a Choice Scat wi',-!i a Full View of the Screen LAST TIMES TODAY! DON'T MISS! — A'so Shorts — "Wafer Jockey" & "Enchanted Island" Ritz Guests to See "THE DESERT FOX" Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Coppedge & Fiimily • Mr-. & Mrs. Kendall Berry & Family Ritz Guests to See "MY FAVORITE SPY" Mr. & Mrs. Rolierl A. Lipscomb & Family Mr. & Mrs. John Miles Miller & Family THURSDAY & FRIDAY HE9V IfiMARR Also Cartoon Paramount News & "Our Gang Comedy" COMUN'fi SOON'TO THE RITZ n. Feb. 3-1 THE JIODEl, AND THE MARRIAGE lillOKER—Jcannic Grain, Scott Brady and Thelma Riltcr. COMING SOOiV: DISTANT DHL'JIS, Technicolor, Gary Cooper. HONG KONG, Technicolor, .Ronald Raegon, Rhonda Hem ing. HOOM FOH ONE MORE—Cary Grant and liclsy Drak. LONE STAR wilh Clark Rablc & Ava Gardner SAILOR REWARE — Alartin and Lewis. E ox Off ice Opens 6:45 S!:ow Starts 7;OQ p.m. LAST TIMES TONITE! 2 HITS! Watch For Our Double Features THURSDAY & FRIDAY Afso Comedy & Cartoon

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