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PAGE TWO (ARK.) COURIER NEWS •fane Slu-lton, Society Kditor Surprise Party Given in Home A .surprise party last nisht cele- -atcrt the 70th birthday of Mr.s. H. G. Hunt. Tile eienlng was .,jji,it infnrmal- V nt the Hunt home during which the honoree IVH.S presented gifts from the guests. Birthday cake Hntl ice cream were served. 10 oiiSuivr-: eotii WLIUHNT: ANMVKHSAIIY—Mr. and Mrs. J. S. llalsell tomorrow will mark their 0(Jth year of marriage. Moving to Blytheiille in 1921 to make their home. Mr. l label! lon K was active in business circles. They have six children, |.j grandchildren and 11 ercat-graiidchlldrcn. They make their home n-JUi a d.niKhter. Mrs Thomas H. Chapman, and family. No special celebration has been' planned for the occasion. Corning Events Saturday Informal dancing at Country Hub beginning at u p.m. Monday j li Trinity Baptist Circle One has i C ^.0 11 m. meeting nt )H)nU) Ol Mrs ' „ John Bucnan, Circle Two has 2:30' > m. meeting with Mr.s. Joyce ..'rotker. j BVVC of Trinity H;,ptfAl Cliurcli hii:, 7:,)u n.m. meeting at home of' Miss lie/nice Overman. } Pir.il Baptist, Chinch WMU ha.s 1 p.m. luncheon, toll: wed by busi- ! ni'.sji .se.iiic,n and !ioy.,l fcenicc pro- : ami/I at the ciiurch. j Band Mothers meet at the h I x 111 •school at 7:30 p.m. i Wilson Club Hears Review ity Osceola Resident WILSON — Mrs. W. E. Hunt of Osccola gave a bnok review on "Jumping JuplK-r." tiy Ann Llml. sey Gardner, at the meeting of the Wilson Cooperative Club Thursday afternoon at the club house. Mrs O. II Cash was pragram chalfman. Yellow and white early .spring lolwers were arranged about the room. Out-of-town pue.sts attending were Mr.s. Hunt Moore, of Memphis, a former Wilson resident and club member and Mrs. lietlye Nell Starr of Osceoln, Hostesses were Mrs. i.ynn Tr.i- imm. Mrs. J. H. Whllakei, Mrs T J. McAfee, Mrs. H. VV. Yrnnuni, Mrs. Joe Brown Gi'.yn. Mrs. I'hil- Mr*. IlelJ. Bits of News • fl p eHlma f\ Head Mr. anil Mrs. rt. G. Edwards icitammg at their Whi.stleville home with dinner party hnnoruii; Mr. nnd Mrs. Iioi> Warren nre the weekend in Port 1 Smith. PEG Chapter 'N'; Others Elected Chapter "N" of PEO yesterday named Mrs. Alvin Huffman. Jr., 1952-53 president at an election conducted at the R. H. Klrby home. She succeeds Mrs. L. E Old, Jr. MM. E. J. Cure and Mrs. Klrby were hostesses for the 2 p.m. session which was hlglili'Khted with the election, others to serve are Mrs. Chester Caldwell. vice president; Mrs. Harry w. Ilalnes, re- eordlns secretary; Mrs. Freeman Robinson, corresponding secretary; Mrs. R. A. Nelson, treasurer; Mrs. Bruce T. Drookman, chaplain and Mrs. cure, guard. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Mi.=.s Mary Sue Cral'u, Ens. G, A. ifjnis, Jr. Pre.sljytcrian Circle One. Mr.s. Zal u. Ham * n mid fiance, t-i j „..*;,' 1rd J-ce Pipkin of Blytlicvillc, who is a freshman at Washington University, si. Louis has maimaju- Shriners, Guests Have Supper A steak supper last nUht at the Shrine club at the nlr base entertained 25 club members and their Blle.sls. A musical program was presented by students of Mrs. j. Cecil Lowe and the informal entertainment nil;, club president. Alvin Hardy dueuswd the ceremonial for new members which possibly will be held In Mythevilte in late May 'his ceremony for new members is conducted twice each year at fannne Temples. Mrs. Jack Webb Entertains Club Mrs. Jack Webb yesterday entertained at her West Walnut Street home with a dessert bridge j honorlnc- members of I.aPincssc I Club and curst. Mrs. Walter Day Mrs. John S. Hudson, who is spend- in? several months here wilh her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. B Woodson, while Lt. Col. Hudson is serving with the Air Force overseas assumed a temporary membership in the group. In the bridge game, Mrs. Hud-oil took hWi score honors with M-- SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 195» MANILA RKHIDKNTS OISSllllVK 50T1I WEDDING I)ATE-Mr. and Mrs. B. T. white yesterday celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a dinner party at their Manila home. They have made their home in Manila for the past 30 years where Mr. White is a planter. Family Dinner Party Marks Manila Couple's 50th Wedding Anniversary A family dinner party at the i families attending yesterday's d'n-i r s.s«^ ob^ecf^ ; - »«* — -- «• -• -^ ! ' 53 Students Make Honor Roll at Wilson High WILSON — The National Honor Society at Wilson High School has released the names of fifty-three students who made the honor roll lor the first semester. A student must have a n plus average to make the honor roll. Seniors who made the honor roll are Patsy Nunnally, Shirley Mullen, Jane Bridges, Jimmy Muncy, Patsy Orcenweli, Aisle McClendon, Raymond Edrington, Edwin Webb, Mcdcan Andrews. Loran Abbott and Carolyn Lynch. Juniors are Joan Minor J D Rankin, Alvcllo Reed. Willodean Shamlin and Barbara Clssel) Sophomores are Sammle Sue Grant, Mary Abbott, Joe Bon-en and Martha Dulaney. Freshmen are Polly Deer Jean Greenwell, Emily Buchanan, Melba McCullar, Nanette Webb, John Cash. John Elkins and Biilie Casey. Eighth graders are Ben Bledsoe Janet Ruth Hale, Martha Lynch' Virginia Lynch, Hiroshl Oishi, Billy Trantim. Ann uhlhoin, Carolyn Htayiock, Sheila Jones and Neltla Powers, Seventh graders arc Tommy Beall Charles Beall, Johnny nosers, nor a McGouiih. James Cobtirn, Trey Denton, Linda Mann. Jane Bowen, Ami Nicholson. Reba G'reeiilcc. Domingo Lope?, and Gene Shelton.' Rcv - Mr - of i . . Mr. and Mrs. Hardv were married", "ickman, Ky., Ray White and Mr*. .March Hth In l'M2 at Harriv and arc While of Bernic Mo J P White ' irrle . . , a " abovc average " grade level • ll Cir- Alexamler Sudbury School 6 Weeks Attendance List Is Announced by Principal Mrs. E. F. Fry. principal of Sudbury Sciiooi today announced names of students attaining perfect attendance for the six period ending recently at (he school. First grade—Ronald Miller, Joe Vaughn Stewart, Nora Joe Kemper. Sandra Kay Saliba, Mary Belli Stage, Michael Dlck.son, Michael Thompson, Barbara Brackin. Jeanne Lou Cam-en. Helen Hnyncs, Charlene Reese, Billy Arriucton, John Q. Elliott, Jr., Don Guthrie. Alvin Lane. HI. Gary Peterson. Bill Roush, Tommy McCandless, Mary Caldwell, Beverly Jean Davis, Earline kane, patty Larkin, Ann Lu- ops Jn Half-Size Styles ca-s. Lcona McBrlde, Mary Ellen Ramsey and Marsha Lou Wilson. S e c o n t! crude — Loyd JJrown Charles Caldwell. Charges Cronk' Larry Lovelace. Jimmy Maycs' Vicky Quails. Bobby Wamble, Helen Buttery. Barbara Cable, Cherry Cooper, Joan Eatmon, r e g g j llnyncs. Betty Sue Ijirkln. Marilyn McWilliams, Betty Lon Mathcnin Mary Helen Oakley. Patsy Jciin Pickens, Irene Powell, Carolyn Stivers, Pauline Strccter. Mary Lou Wealhorfnrrt. Marllee Wells. "Janet Williams, LaWanda liarnett. Bcttv with Mrs. J. E. Carter, co-hostess and Circle Five, at the church at 7 pin. Tuesday East Bide Garden Club has 1-31) p.m. meeting nt Lake Street Methodist Chinch. Mrs. Lee stiles hostess, Airs. n. A. Bugg, program lead- Mrs. W. R. Crawford hostess to Jaycentte.s. Til-Town Club marts wilh Mrs E. M. Terry, Jr. Mrs. Max Usrey entertaining La Petite. Duplicate Bridge Leasuc plays at Country Club nt 7:15 p.m. Wednesday Mr.s. w. H. O'Kecfe hostess to CI1) Club Town and Country Club meets with Mrs. R. c. Hose. Thursday Junior Service Auxiliary has 10 n. in. meeting at Country club. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta SI P inn Phi has 2:30 pm meeting at home of Mrs. n, P. Scott. Mrs. James Terry and Mr.s. Dale Bricps entertaining with 10 a.m. cent reserve officers candidate training test. Joe Walls, son of Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Walls, arrived yesterday from Columbia Military Academy Columbia. Tenn.. to visit his parents. Mrs. Ear! Koontz arrived yesterday troni her Moberly. Mo., home to be with her brother, Moss Bryan who is in at his home on West Walnut Street. Maniey f'einheri; arrived last night from Columbia Military Academy, Columbia, Tenn.. to •spend the Spring vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Platt Mi.ss Pollyami Stewart. M)M Florence Moore and Miss Jane Shelton were in Memphis today. Mrs. J. w, Dolen of Memphis is ihe guest of her daughter. Mrs. El- jbert Huffman and family. Richard Fricke winning secon » and Mrs. Mason Day. Jr., bridjo. •Spring blossoms marked the entertaining rooms and following the bridge g!, mf (he group showered . gieat-urandcluldren. Bunker, Mo.. Cliff-rd White. Mra ig second high i Children of the couple and their, White " Ilt! sons of Caraway. Mrs. j H - J- Griffin and Mr. Griffin. Al- Dogwood HD Club Sf, Wlite nuti Mrs - W1 "t p . Dovle White. Mrs. White and families'.^ Manila. Mrs. J. p. Adkins, Mr. Ad- kiiK and son. Mrs. Bobby Novnn and son of Manila, Mr.l Lowell Gibson, Mr. Gibson and daughters oi Blytheville, and Mrs. John Miller and Mr. Miller of Melbourne Mo Special guests f or the celebration was Mrs. Belle jMdeer o f Caraway - ln r^lv,ll[J .-UUViLrtU /^ .-, ... Mrs. Day with assorted layette gifts.! Community Clipper Par I) 1 ve.-terday morning Methodist Hospital, named Terry David. Memphis Interfaith Dinner Given at Temple An Interfaith brotherhood dinner was given Thursday niaht at Temple Lsracl for 120 guests under he sponsorship cf the Annie Welnber- Cliaper 567 of the B'nai B'rlth Auxiliary. A red whits and blue scheme had I been chow,, f or th( , event anrt was repeated in the deccrations and tn- blc settings for the turkey dinner. Habbt Alfred Vise gave the invocation and response to the address , by the guest speaker of the evening ' the Rev. H. L. Robison of the Luxora Methodist Church. Mrs. William Borowsky. auxiliary! president, presided over the activ- I itles and Mrs. Jerry Cohen served as program chairman. Ed Weiss of spoke on the groups' activities. Fifty Dogwood Home Demonstration Club members and their guests last night attended the community .supper party at tin; c!::b. Supper was served frrm "L" arranged tables dotted \Mth jonriuil clusters. Fallowing the meal, the eveilinu was spent in games and informal entertainment. Special guests were Mrs. Ray Tatum of Memphis and Mr. and Mrs. o. O. Stiver's. rv Harsjett. Mnrshnll Larkin, John- 1 _, , t- me Dale Blackwel], Jo Ann Crow Margaret Garcia. Harbarn Ann Hopper, Wamln Fvye Palmer, Ann Eiirl Royce Campbell, Delmer .loe Daniel. Hubert Samuel Htiwcll. Bill Lambert. Robert pcr- •y Oakley. Claude Wheeler. Pcpsv Jean Amlmm. Carnlyn Joyce Eal- inon. Paula Annette Turn'cr, Theresa Dale Jones. Martha Lee Klrk- , Julia Phillips, filendii l);ile Turner. Jne l.ee Hums. Charles Rogers Stafford and William P-ml "amble. Fourth Rradc—Sara Lo» Snow Mnntell Bridijewaler. Dr.vid Math- cnia. Charlnttc Lewis. Linda Dover Joe Wicker, Paul Rni . Tippy, Ahi^ Harris, Jr.. Virginia Nichols', lewis Ray Carson. Jerry Colcnun w D Crocker. Jr.. nay Davidson. Pete Jlolstcad. William Klnnlnmonth Gerald Moslcv. Andy Stanley. Neddie While, Brendn Clark. Linda Hannah, Murricl Moslcy and Max- Club Has Meeting home In Dyersburs yesterday after Third grade—Herschrll Btsiiarse Thursday Club meets A. G. LitUfc : GEO Cllftf'TtKTl.'s with Miss Jett.ye Cialr' Hufiman- . Mrs. Cecil Shane hostess to Mid- 1 |,,a Week Club. i M : Klbltzer Club meet., with Mrs. O. ch i, [Ir( , n 0. Hubbard. Jr. I'",'. '""": Mrs. Dill Lambert hcstess to TLE : ,,'ome ?,, " '' Jennie Gl.i.work nnd sister'. Mrs! | -Mrs. C. \v. Gnrrisan, J- B Harvey. Mr. olasscock has I During the afternoon. " refresh- served eight years with the Nnvyiments were served, and is now stationed at philadel- I Club. Mrs. T. O. Mrs. Oxford's brother. Jack Btit- n^',.. ? ?* I "' ti f Ucy cf Terre Halltc - "»™ they °" a , lrt ''>' nn *»« Debt,- ( motored to Little Rock where he i ^ 5te " la >' for their cnJUtwl in the Navy. "• In<1 ' """ Ru "" t M - Crafto » . Thursday Rook Club. ; a n ., , n , , •• , ' "" u "" M - Crafto » »"!«« lociay Huey tntcrtafnlng ford", rirpnK \i" e ^ i, X " from Coll " llhia Military Academy, IlrtMrs ' •>""<•* Columbia Ten. Oxford " Mr. and Mrs. Henry Humphreys ,e c and Mi5.s Annella Hnmnhreys and 8786 you time and cfion in alteiiug your p?.t;ern. Pattern NO. s;,:ii is a scw-ritc performed pattern in sires H ! • IS'.-. IS'j. 20'... 22'... 2-1'... Si/!e Ifi'i, short Flrticx. 4 ! , yards of 33- iJich. For this pattein. sens 30c in COINS, your name, arin.-o Fifth uradc _ Biliy joe Fnnnii), «:iyne Lovelace. Jatr.es Marshall Jerry Rounsavall. Jerry Lvnn Adams. Melbr, Uoncyciitt. Donna Brsh;:rsr, Cnrlos Barnes. Dana Oa- j vis, Havvey Flowers. Jmimy Foley. I.lames o.iriiett, Oeratd Larkin, I "ii; my Sah'ia. Rayfortl Simi).son Omi- S«-,-i!,rr. Davi<1 Thrailkill, C.arolvn Cordell. Linda Lou Ciillum Jcsnette Katmon. Linda Oriffin' Brinda McCbnahan. I imia Mc- uo i Clan.ihati. Pattie Sue Queen and .•kfr. Grade - Taylor Francis. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris nnd Miss Maureen Norris entertaining nt Country Club with supper party honoring Crnhnn-Hines ))arty. Friday Mrs. Russell Rirr hostefs to Friday Contract Club. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Horner entertaining with luncheon for Crafton- Hinos wedding party, and out-of- tciun pucst.s. Ladies Day nt Counlry club with brlrtse-raiia.sta luncheon and annual Spring Fashion Showing beginning at 1 pjn. I Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Craftcn rn- ' lerraininc at Hotel Noblr with , ?rt t " lc<1 ( <> , spend the •>""<•* Columbia. Tenn.. ?!, hlUl S " rine; holiciai ' s with eville by I Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Crafton. 8 pm. <liuucr party for Crafton- Hlnes ivcddins: party. Saturday Cntillion Cluh has 9 p.m. costume dance at Hotel Noble. Dr. and Mrs. • Don Smith. Mr. and Mrs. S E.! Time. Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Kiev- 1 enson. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ymmc; [ and ^!r. and Mrs. Hlchnrrf Becker, hosis and hostesses. : Mis.s Ntary Sue Crafton becomes; Ihe bride o! Ens. O. A. Hinos. Jr.. in 4 p-iii, criemony nt First Chris- ' tian Church. - avor Francis nan.nurcn. C.,ij m , Dale Howard. David Moody. I Duplicate Brid K c LMRue plnys at ' " illlfo . . Shirley Ashmnre. : Hotel Noble at . , ,' y " illlfor 'l, r- yi ;, c lli(>r - ° wc - tn Foiiovviiy. Shirley Kinniumonth. pm. . Mi^s Maxine Hipp ex^hanses niip- Bratcher. : tial vows with Cpl. James E. Wlm- berly in 2 p.m. ceremony at First , , c.^. SMC ey. t desired, and tile PATTKRN- NUM- ! Saliba BER to Sue Burnett. Courier Xews t 373 Quincy St.. Clii.-aro 6 ill Mc,Ari:::u.>. D.uici Ciump. j,. rly IM7: _ Bobb Rirtiardfon. Roy /.eller. Aim Black- i Mftiindlst Church. well, nettv Lou C!o,,,r. Pe CB y Mo.- : ley. tiiincran Reese and Mclia Fay ker, cnuutv clerk: 1 R. D. Ellincton of PorlnRcville. Mo., nnd Miss Georgia Lee Ailar if Kansas Citv. Mo. 3 i.i Quincy St.. Chicaco 6. 111. M"-. and Miss Cleorgia I^ec Allar Bi'.ftic FASHION for "52 is [illcrt ,1 ,T • T . " f Kansas City. Mo. with icieas tn make your clothes • / \'1.{H"I'U7O/' I . ITCH f/T ' Woortrow Webster and Mrs. Arrife bt;<iset go furti.cr— tlmc-favini? and j tS ° Knialu. both of CaruthorsvWc. Mo. ec-.r.cm:cal de,=l ?: vs that are casv to ! Tho MI Raymond English and Mrs. Betsv ' ' ' - ec-.r.cm:cal de,=l ?: vs that are casv to ! ^:. Gilt pattern primed tnMdo j 25 cents. C i zici'j fine cosmetics For you want the flr.csl in cosmetics, consult Paulean for Lup.lers' personalized beauty service. In Blj-thevllic, con-,e to" Pquieon's BEAUTV SHOP lf>21 Hearn — I'hone. 2S6S MI aymon ngs an m mH "'" , ( ' olll> ' C5 hM ' c ob- | Slarltpy. both of Manila. ( l "; 1 " ln " ''"nsfs at the of- | liirha.d Store ot Luxora and Mlsr of .Mis. Ki,, ao eth Blythc Par- j Hume Turner of Caraway I horn! tuoul) 1,,oi-,ni fo, ,ou, ruoi O u ia-5t.f,-f<,,»' Co^or.lel, 0,«.,.M> tJol . I """" ----- - * • ' *o<Jy fQ I Put New Life Into Your Clothes! Wake up (he looks of your wardrobe with <] u n li I v dry clnminjr. Colors are refreshed . . , orifjinal lines restored. Your c I o t h e s w i 11 Inok like new for Sprint;, Our evpcrls use Renlle t;til efficienl solvents in cleaniii.n, and t !n a fine ine^in.. job lot.. \Vc pick >i|> and deliver. Call (is BLYTHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY & CLEANERS PHONE Box Of f see Opens 6:45 Show Starts Adniib-sfon 9c & :iflc Al All Times SATURDAY ONLY! DotlMe Feadire Cartoon & Sorial Pi rales Hariior Sl'XDAV ,V: MON'iJAY Uoulilc 1'ea'aire -v -i j.-v.-ii nitfiiifl CLiFT-TAYLOR Listen to KLCN at 10:111 a.m. and .1:00 p. m . ( iai j r tnr our program annuunccments. 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