The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 2, 1952 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 2, 1952
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHKVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jane Sheiton, Society Editor ewA Phone 4461 Junior High School PTA Conducts Business Session at the School Mrs. James Terry EntertainsinHome Pansy clusters centered each of th<> small tables set up In the rn- tertafnlng room of the James Terry hotne yesterday when Mrs. Terrv ij "~ n*i"nji, mm ivu.i. w. u. uoorj, was hostess for a dessert bridge en-1 president, presiding. An Executive tertaiiilne the Tri-Toun Club and , A business session of Ihe Junior Board meetinc - ' High School Parent-Teachers Association yesterday was conducted at the school, with Mrs. W. D. Cobb. tertainhiR the Tri-Town Club and one guest. ic guest, ml i i Mrs. Bryan Mlley was the only |P 6(3065 Attend ucst and eomplrtmR the party set- ^^y^-J / \i t<~i iv_i ting were arrangements of joiiquils, hyacinths, and tulips .set in greenery. .Mrs. E. M.. Terry. Jr., won high score prize, with Mrs. Garrard Cauditl winninp second hiph. Airs. Miley, who makes her home in Sheffield. Ala., and is the housc- guest ol Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Whit- sift, tvas an out-of-town guest. Mrs. Eric Whitley Entertains Club La Petite club members and one Mrs. Harold Etibanki and Mrs. Herman Turner met as pledges of the Kpsllon Slsnin Alpha sorority last iiichl when Mrs. Troy Graham and Mrs. Glen Strcnid were hostesses at the Graham home for ge.erales. i ih, •> "" 3 Sorority, Jayceettes Tie for First Place in Community Stunt Night WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi and (he Jayceetecs wound up In a first-place tie In the stunt division of (he Community stunt Nl?ht presented last nlsht' at the BlythevllJr- nigh School's German Band won the «20 first place In the talent division. The Beta Sigma Phi stunt was a • En also won «5 for selling (he most tickets. Fusion Ellis, who presented a |ug. cllnr; and magic, act. won third prlz« was sponsored hy , The stun! . afternoon's, devotional e y the niythcvlllc Y nnd the Junior Chamber of Commerce Members of the BHS German Hand Hop photo i are. Ml to r l"ht Wahl. Allx-rt Fairfleld, Jim....^i.,,,,,,,., u L -^ JlluJ , rt , wa--» ; ceew?s appeared as "Kitchen K by Mr*. H. W Wyl.e, with'an ensemble tha, used kitche nnH<, trains <-......,.,...._.. L. ._.__,.. . ••-• 1.11^,111. Town" pantomine. The Jay-! into ciilnerl-on Tom appeared as "Kitchen Kats," ~ ' Mrs. Coariy Eaton .<si)t.i!tine on hcme! decorating. .Vfcmhers of the 8tll grade Kivf- hsh class of Mrs. H. p. Willlngham ,„, spoke on the newspaper -.vhtch they j v, have published throughout the year with proceeds erihiR toward the new school library. tenslls as musical Instruments. These Third place prize of Ph: I award. I fd. In the ' by, ry PTA. I Fir, Clovis Oarnett. Tiikln? part, in (he Beta Sk'ina The Boys dice Club's recent visit to Mtue Reck to perform was discusser! by Glee Club director, Airs. J. Wilson Henry. _ ............ ^ >p ^ tui The group voted to allow more business .session. '"' money toiv.irrt the school's dental Plans were discussed for the I cl " llc . which is scheduled to begin annual Jewel pin ceremony and | tf ™orrow. Ijano.uet (o be given April 2(lth by A committee headed by Mrs. W. the chapter. The group also voU-d ''• an additional donation to the Red! 8 " 1 Blade In entertaining e t Cross to nid In the drive for funds' zrade win ft picnic. Mrs. J. c. Walsh! for tornado victims. Eric The , „„.,. nuy on,,,,.,- Mr.v John Hudson yesterday : dent, who conducted "' M ™' l!itfT . . ''• M^xlry was named to assist the ! 8 " 1 Blade In entertaining the Oth! rade win ft picnic. Mrs. J. c. Walsh . eported that a set o! world books Mrs, Ray Swiney, chapter presl- ! had been obtained [or the school Morning In an Average Home." In the talent division, scr-nncl place nt «)0 went to Central School square dancers sponsored hy Central PTA and directed by Mrs. Lll- llan Frank. Mrs. Frank's" homeroom Bits of News / entertaining rooms were marked with bouquets of Spring blooms and after a dessert course had been served, bridge was played, with Mrs. Rupert Craflon taking hich score and brldgo honors. Mrs. Hudson won second high. Joan Decker Marks Birthday Joan Decker was H years old Saturday nnd lo mark the occasion her ents. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson D entertained with a party their home for 13 cuests. Following the evening's games, the bithday cake, was cut and ser\-ed with Ice cream and gifts were presented the honoree. Mrs. Decker was assisted during the evening "by nctty Crocker and Jimmle Ann GofI, the mertinu. oke lo the plcdees on the and aims of the .sorority. . A dessert course was served iced drinks by the hostesses. library due to the selling of a certain amount of the br>oks to ous families. Mrs. Roy Lee Kir. enco Moore and Miss k.s; Standing, left to Polly. Mrs. Max Mrs. Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Cain arc va- , ar |. j rationing along the Gull Coast and | In New Orleans. The Association voted to Chans'- ' Mr ' and Mrs Milx B. Reid are Party at Holland Honors Class . The home of Mr. and Mrs. Odlf B. smith of Holland was the scene! Monday night of a party honoring' members of (ho Youn£ People's Class of the First Church of the Nazarcnc of Blytheville ami their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Deck- I Guests for the ermine or parly at' Fames Mere Doug Davis. Gene and Rolrert Heath, Jimmy Gray and Shirley Sheppard. During the event party foods and Iced drinks were served. Mrs, Mildred Mayo Is class teacher. ' . the meeting dale In Ihe. 1D52-51 j spending several dnys in Chicago, school year from the first Tuesday I MrSi Jan e Gurno is confined lo of each month to the third Tues- ''" "" m * (l »e lo mumps. day Refreshments were .serred by mothers of Mrs. Wllbngham's home room. Program Club, Two Guests Honored in Home Colorful tulips, Jonquils and other Spring . blooms In pastel tones were arranged about the C. Murray Smart home on West Wanut yesterday for the dessert bridge entertaining Tuesday Bridge" Club members and two guests. Mrs. C. L. McWaters. Jr., and Mrs. Jesse M. White were the guests Invited to play with the club and In the bridge gnhie. Mrs">t,lojd Stickmon won high score nncl Mrs. Rlley B. Jones, second high. 1 Supper-Party Honors Club Mrs.'Charley Hicks was gnest at hoaor last nlchl al the monthly supper-party of the Y. M. Birthday Club. Mrs. Paul Long \yas hostess st her hpme for the occasion. Following supper the birthday cake, which was aglow with candles was cut and served with party foods and the remninder of the evening spent Informally. For the event the home was decorated with early Spring blooms. Three-In-One For Sister Dell Methodist WSCS Begins Study Lessons The Dell Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service met Monday night nt th'e church lor the study, "Churches for Our Country's Needs", with 28 members attending. Mrs. Bob Henderson was hn.stess for the session and Mrs. E. It. Hall was sturlv leader. Maureen Dohbs. Shirley Peterson nnd A. O. Moody presented » dramatization of the author's life to begin the study. A report by Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Mavis Settlemlre was heard on the 'annual North Arkansas Con.i6rcncc onthc Women's Society of ichrls- tlan Service last week In North Little Rock. Mrs. Charles KenneU nnrl Mrs. Goah Liggett assisted Mrs. Henderson In serving refreshments. Coming Events Thursday Mrs. Gilbert Smythe enlertaln- Ing TLE Club. Thursday Contract Club meets with Mrs. P. D. Foster. Mrs. James Rogers enlertnln- ing GEO Chita. Duplicate Bridge League has 7:30 p.m. meetinsr at Hole] Noble. Mld-Week Club meets with Mrs Aubrey Comvay. Mrs. Newton Whltls entertaining La Nuere Thursday Rook Club meets with Mrs. Harold Benson. Alpha Beta Bunco Club has session at home of Mrs. Jack Halstead. Friday Mrs. John Hudson entcrlalnlnK La Finesse Club, Friday Contract Club meets with Mrs, G. O. Poetz. First Baptist WMU Executive Board has 1 p.m. luncheon meeting at home of Mrs. E, L. Hale Chapter "N" of PEG has 2 p m meeting with Mrs. Elton Kirby Saturday Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at l:li p.m. Sunday rpspntprl frvv ii-!n,iueu ioi The Royal Service program. "Hawaiians Are Americans, Too" last night was presented for members of Circles Three and Four of the Business Women's circles of Calvary Baptist Church, who met at the church. Mrs. Jim Ross conducted the session, which opened with prayer hy Mr;. Hubert Polsgrove. Participating In the program dls- cussinns were Mrs.,Ross, Mrs. Henry Berry. Mrs. Polsgiove, Mrs. Leland Hodge, Mrs. C. S. Birmingham and Mrs. Ellen Conley. • A devotional by Mrs. Paul Blue preceded the closing prayer by Mrs, Herman May. Little Rock Resident To Address Auxiliary Mrs. Bess Proctor of Little Rock, a member of the State Safety Council, will address members of the American Legion Auxiliary April 15 at Ihelr semi-monthly session, ft, was announced last, night at a meeting at the Legion Hut. Mrs, M. A. Micltlleton, president, conducted the discussions which vas preceded by the opening rit- ,ial and advancing of colors by Mrs. Paul Mahon. acting sergeant at arms for Mrs. I,.-J. Zcller. Mrs. J. F. Brn\vn;.on was named chairman of the hostess committee for the next meeting. Country Club League Plays W^kly Game Frank Nelsoti and Bfjrnard Gooch last night look llrst place honors In the weekly game, of the Country Cluh Duplicate Bridge League. In the slx-tnhlc Howell movement, Mrs. P. D. Foster and Mrs. B. A. Lynch won second hiEli. with Mrs. C. C. Councllle nnd Mrs. Joe Ferguson winning third score hon- lYliss June Buchanan Entertains Baptist YW. Miss June Buchanan entertalnfd five members of the First Baptist Church Young Women's Association Monday night nt her home. Prayer by Miss Maxine Hill preceded the evening's devotional and Miss Buchanan directed the program from the VWA manual. Miss Lucille Hubbard led in prayer preceding the social hour. The to be vord "profiteer" first came user! in England durlnc ,,.,, , • i v "*. n.^i <i m rjiixiitmi ciuriru Woman of the Year" tea at F. World War I and was plven of -. Black home honoring Mrs. WiL f,cial snnclion in an act of par Mrs, Walter E. Smith and her mother. Mr.s, W. R. Satterifrld arrived today from their home in Norwalk. .Conn., to be the house- RuesUs or Mrs. Smllh's cousin Mrs. C. W. Affllck and Mr. Afflick. Mrs. G. V. Daws nntl Mrs. E. V. McLwnore spent Monday and Tuesday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Torn Miller loft yesterday for Memphis (o make their home at mo Holly. Mr. Miller bad been in Memphis for the past month. Dr. and Mrs. Fred Child and family are now at home at 1008 West Main. They formerly resided at 633 West Main. Mrs. M. T. Moon and Mrs. W. T. Barnett returned yesterday from Memphis where they had spent the weekend as guests of their sisWr. Mrs. Tommy McGarrity. They were accompanied to Memphis by another sister. Mrs. Paul Luster ot Osceola. Dr. W. D. Chamblln. Jr.. arrived Monday from Philadelphia, Pa., where he had accompanied Mrs! Chamhlin and daughter. Wendy for a visit with Mrs. Chamblm's parents. Dr. Chamblln will remain here for several weeks' as guest of his parents? Mr. and Mrs. w. D Chamblln and Mrs. Chamblin and daiiRhter will join him here May 1 and they will «o lo Gunter Air Force Base, Ala., to make their home where Dr. Chnmblin will be serving with the Air Force. J. Cecil Lone. IT. and his quest Jim Applexate of St. Louts, will arrive Friday from St. T, m ,is where >nev are students at Washington At the Hospitals Blylhevllle Hospital Dismissed L Mary Payne, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Jimmy Avis, steele. Virfttl Douglas. Rt. 4. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission p. c & 30c Al All Times liam Wyatt. liament 8819j 3-8 yrl. By Sue Burnett This adorable outfit for a tiny miss o! three to eight is really! three frocks in one—and all in one i pattern! Make ore version with dn.nty slit sleeves: have another' a sleeveless sundicss: add a dar- lins tied cape for the third Pattern No. 8WO Is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sues 3 4 5 j 6, 7. 8 years. Size 4, with sleeves i 2'fe yards of 39-inch: sleeveless' 1> yaids: cape. 1 yard. I For this paltcrn'. send 30c in COINS, your name, address size desired, and the PATTERS NUM. HER to Sue Burnett. Courier News, 315 Quincy St., Chicago «, Send 25 cents today for your co .' _py of Basic FASHION '52. h shows! 'you hr.w to make your wardrobe do double duty with economical tlmc-.«avinp styles. Gift pattern printed Inside, 25 cents. Lamps - Pictures 'OFF Come in real soon and lake advantage of our hig 2tt'~, rerfnclinn on lamps and pictures.. \Ve have a wonderful seleclirm to choose from. LAST TIMES foNlTE Pal N <«s 2 For I'rice ,f One . . son, Mrs. Robert Li]>«comb. Mrs. Ernest McKcn/le, Miss Vwa Goodrich. Mrs Shiflds Norman. Miss Connie Parker, Miss francos Bright. Mrs. Roland Bishop and Mrs. Jack Owen. The Jaycectes act Included Heft to rlghu Mrs. John Tyrone Mr; Tfi-ry Prevost. Mrs. J. R. Johnson' Mrs. Carl Marshall, Mrs. w R Crawford, Mrs. Phillip Applebaum,' Brlly J.ules, accompanist, Mrs R A Cary, Mrs. H. L. Halsell, Jr.. Mrs] l.agronne Whittle and Mr,!. Kelton FrancL 1 ;. • (Courier \ rv) - 5 Photos) improved condition at Walls Hos. University to be the Spring holiday . of Mr. Lowe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. j. Cecil Lowe. George Gish is reported in an r — ..„— — ._ undergoing treatment for Injuries suffered in LAST TIMES TONITE A M1«HTY IPK THE SEA Ttr TO Color by TECHNICOLOR Minei llmi l/niled Ailiils 1'ntric Kno\vlrs Angela l.ansbury I'M Xiles! 2 For Price of One EXTRA! Selected Shorts: 'Cot Tamale' • • "Flying Skis" Ritz Guests to See "Mutiny" Mr. & Ali-s. Travis Dcen R- Family Mr. & .Mrs. Sam Ounaway & Kamilv THURSDAY & FRIDAY .\.\ AC.\i)i;,MV AWARD \VJ\.\BR! -M * "•"» , Also i'aramounl News S: Cartoon Ritz Guests To See "American in Paris' Mr. & Mis. Koy Klchieson & Family Mr. & Mrs. ,]. G. Trieschman & Kamilv OOK! JUST IMAGINE AFTER-EASTER l /3 OFF SALE! OF ALL SPRING COATS AND SUITS BEFORE EASTER A Lucky Break For You! Dress Up For Easter at BIG SAVINGS! Come Early For Best Selections! BLVTHEVILLE.ARK <v ^* v ~' > *x'''>' K -v 301 W MAIN — Phone 2S2J

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