BI/TTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Plants Exchanged At Club Meeting The monthly meeting of th<> East Side Garden Club was conducted . last night at Lake Street Metho' (list Church. Members exchanged plants find answered roll call with the names ot plants they had brought. To open the program, the president, Mrs- A. D. Pric.sl, presented ft poem, ''The Rose." Prayer was led by Mr*. Ivors on Morris. Mrs. Lacy Gordon pave a report on the African Violet Show she alien tied in Memphis. Mrs. W. ft Buchanan presented "Columbine Plant, Ideal For Shade-" Hints for gardening were rtlsciissod by Mrs. B. A. Bitgp and Alr.s. Priest. The hostess, Mrs. Buchanan, presented potted plants to ivlnnrrs of,the llc\ver arrangements contest, With first prize goinp to Mrs. Lee Styles and second to Mrs Bugg. The Rev. Georpe McGhehry dismissed the meeting with prayer. DAR Chapter Meets at Hotel Luncheon at Hotel Noble followed by the program, "Americanism," yesterday entertained members ol the Charlevoix Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Mrs. A. G. Little and Mrs Aubrey Comvay ?rere chapter hos- tf-^ses for the 1 p.m. affair. Clusters of Spring blooms marked the. table at which luncheon was served. The meeting Liter was led by Mrs. E. B. Woodson. chapter regent. The program was given by Mrs. F. B. Joyner. Going-Away Party Given in Home A surprise dessert canasta-shower at the H. B. Richardson home last night honored Mrs. Bill Slsler, who Is leaving scon for St. Louis to make, her hom». Mrs. Dick Wat- eon was co-hostess to the three tables ot guests attending the event. Mrs. Andrew Moses took high wore In the game, with second high going to Mrs. Slsler ftnrf low score to Mrs. Jack Wagnon. Gifts later were showered upon Mrs, Sisler. Linda Lou Cullum Is Ente/tained' ' Approximately 20 guests were present at the birthday party yesterday for Linda Lou Cullum, who WHS 11 years old. Party pri?«s were won by Sara Lou Boyett and Margaret Fflrris. Blrthrtay cake and iced drinks were served, with Mrs. Mervln GH- lls find Mrs. Jack Bowell assisting the hostess, Mrs. C. M. Cullum. ^ Surprise Party Given in Home Members of the 850 Club la.it , night called nt Ihe home of Mrs. Nathan Marshall, who also Is a club member, to present her layette gifts. Following the surprise party, the club attended a picture show. Training Union Party \ At Dell Baptist Church Dell Baptist Church was the scene of a costume party elven by the Training Union last, night with Mrs. Ed Hardin In charge. Serving on the entertainment commit.tee were Miss Martha Croclter and Miss Sue McDonald. Refreshments were .served by Miss Joyce Gill. Mrs. Burke Boyd. Mrs. Quinton Smith, and Mrs. L N. Hvnch. The adult class dressed In 19th century costumes, the ycune people as gypsies, and the intermediates in costumes from foreign countries. They spent the evening Informally. Juniors who were 100 prr cent in union activities for the last six- weeks were Benny Gill. Billy Davis ' anri Patsy Burfnrd. " . I.IFB MKMIIKKSIIlr I'HKSliNTKI)—Mrs. O. W. Copncdce licit) yesterday presented Mrs. O. E. Qwllmalz with ft life membership in the Parent-Teachers Association at the high fchool prA's monthly meeting at the school. The award marked Mrs. Qucllmak's 20th year ot PTA membership. (Courier News I'hotoi Mrs. 0. E. Quellmalz Presented PTA Life Membership; Election Held WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 1952 Highlighting the monthly meeting of Senior High School Pnrenl- Toncher.s A.ssocintlon yesterday «MS the presentation of a PTA life membership to Hfrs, O. E. Quell- mnlz. This was presented as a "prize" in a spelling bee of faculty members and parents. In an election later conducted- Mrs. O, W. Copperige was re-elected presirtcnt. The afternoon devotional. "I See God", was presenter! by the Girl's Trio, Kay Smith, Jan Dickinson, and Mrs. Barbara Duncan, accompanied by Frances Slayton, undor the direction of Mrs. Wilson Henry. Other PTA officers elected for the coming year \vnre Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt. first vice president.; Miss Cecil Ca.isldy. second vice president: Mrs. T. I. Sony, secretary: Mrs. J. W. Adams, treasurer; and Mrs. J. P. Garrott. historian. Quest speaker for the afternoon was Mrs, Dick While, who discussed "Federal Aid to Education." There are 200 lifetime PTA memberships heW by Arkansans. The membership cost, will aid students in higher education. Room count prizes went to the -senior cln.ss. Melba Hi!! Heads Rainbow Girls Mclbn Hill wns worthy Rdvtaor of Installed the Girls Monclny night in coreirmnles at the Masonic Temple, Mrs. Ed Cook, Mrs, Victor Sttlwell, Mrs. C. S. Dowdy and Mrs. Chnrlcs Mc- Danle served ns Installing officers, Other otflcerj) assuming duties ' were Merry Nell e,'! worthy a.s- advisor ; Mayburl Bevllt, chnrlty; Carol Dowdy, hope; Lorn A Horner, lalth; Anita Sue Oldhnm. recorder; Cnrol Ann Holt, treasurer; Donna Stic Gore, chnplMn; Prnnces England, drill lender; Monya Blankenshlp, love; Gallya Stil- Delphians Have Hotel Meeting The semi-monthly mcctlns o( the DeHonlan Chapter of'the Delphian Society this morning wns conducted at Hotel Noble. Mrs. J. C. Lowe, who was leader, opened the scsston with a dtpcuwston of "Total Personality — Adolescent and Adulthood," and Miss Nenl Liickett spoke on "With the Rebel. T Cannot Negotiate." Mrs. Winned Wyall. discussed. "Psychological Development" nncl Mrs. Joe Atkins chose ns her topic. "The Individual and Society." Mrs. C. \V. GnrriRan closed the meeting with the topic, "AEcro.sslve Drive." Joyceettes Meet in Cory Home Mrs. R. A. Cnry was hostess last ni^ht lo the Jayceetfres and one suest. Mis. l,iston Nealy. After a brief business session, (he group played bunco with first prt«> gciriz to Mrs. Philip Applehanm. traveling prize to Mrs Myra Whittie, and bunco to Mrs. lieon Oen„>,.„ flic came rooms were deroraled -H, arrancements of tulip.-; and 11- well, religion: Patty Scotl. nature: Janice Johnson, immortnity; Pat Speck, vitality, and cherry Sparks, patriotism. Service har.s. representing completed work, were presented Donna Sue norn. Patricia Speck. Patty Scott, Mayburl Bevtll. Merry Neil Lnne and Kny Blsokard. Mrs. shleds Edwards It mother advisor. A social hour followed In the Temple's entertaining rooms. Mrs. Mobley Estcs and children of Columbus. Ga., will arrive tomorrow to be the Easter holiday Bucsts of Mrs. Estes' mother, Mrs. John nourland and family. Mrs. Bill Sisler and children. Ann and Hilly, will leave tomorrow for St. I/nils to Join Mr, Sisler to make their home. Airmail Apprentice Bobby lye House left this morning for San FVanclsco after having spent 10 (lays here with his mother, Mrs. W. O. House, He will be a.sslgnetl to the aircraft carrier escorl USS Winnabanboy. Mrs. Ottis Roush underwent surgery yesterday at Memphis Methodist Hospital. Her mother, Mrs. Myrtle Rylee. niifi sister, Mrs. T. C. Hawkins, and Mr. Hawkins were in .Memphis yesterrias' In fx> with her. They wore joined by Mrs. John Dean at Drlnkley. The group returned home last night nmi Mrs. Roush's condition Is reported a.5 satisfactory. Mi.ss Melba Pryor returner! Monday night from Memphis where she had accompanied her houseeucst. Miss Jo Shluninn of DyorsburB. Mi.ss Shippman had been sponrt- inB 10 days here with Miss Pryor. Miss Nancy Damon will spend thn holiday weekend here as guest ot her parenu, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Damon. Miss Damon is a student at Missouri state Teachers College, Capo Olrarcieau. Swiman Apprentice Billy Mack Matheny has completed basic tr.im- Ini! at the U. S. Naval Training Center, San Diego, Calif., nnd is spcnolnsj a 10-tlay leave here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jnck Matheny. He will return to San Diego to attend a school. Miss Annette Whistle will arrive tomorrow from Southern Methodist University, Dallas. Tex,, to be the Easier holiday guest of her mother, Mrs. C. H. Whistle and sister Mrs. Mavis SciUemlre. Mrs. William p. Joyner will leave tomorrow for Memphis to Join Airman Apprentice Joyner to make their home at 2304 Vollentlne. Worship Program Held by Church Women A worship program at the First Christian Church was conducted Monday afternoon by members of the Christian Women's Fellowship of the church. The services centered around the cross topped communion table. Mrs. Rupert Craflon led the discussions, and for the special service a purple wrapped satin cross flanked by a globe of the world and a bust study of Christ centered the communion table. A bouquet of purple iris was placed in the elevated baptistry. • Mrs. E, M. Terry and Mrs. W. D. Cobb directed the program and prayer by Mrs. J. C. Ellis preceded a special scripture reading by Mrs. Crafton. A trio composed of Mrs. Dale nriggs, Mrs, Hartley Hays ami Mrs. James Terry sanR. Program participants u p ere Mrs. Albert Taylor. Mrs., I,. L. Ward, Mrs. Sam Hanley and Mrs. Joe Pride. Jr. Mrs. Pride save the reading. "Cross ol Dogwood." The Rev. James Rainwater discussed the chart used for personal evangelism nnd the group repeated j the missionary benediction lo close the session. Mrs John McHntiey and Mrs. Joseph W. McHnncy later were hostesses to the 28 members for a social hour. At the Hospitals Bythevllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Ira Gray. City Laura Parks, Luxora Ralph St. John. City Wall* Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Roy Veach, Manila T, A. Mizelle, City • J. P. Austin, City Baby Van Dyke, City Mrs. W. J. RodRprs, City Lesson is-Taught For Baptist YWA A lesson from the study hook, "Tmglcd Thread" was taught by Mrs. C. L Evnns for Hie eight members of the Young Women's ASSO- Lone Oak HD Club, Guests Have Session Mrs. Leslie Moore yesterday was hostess at her home to 15 members and four guests al tne Lone Oa J. Home Demonstration Club. The session was under the direction of Mrs. Tom Britton, vice president. Following group singing a scripture reading was given by Mrs Jack Robertson. Quests with the club were Mrs. Ben Bugg and Mrs. i Helen Wren of. Blythevjlle, Mrs > Bob Veach. Mrs. Vona Harris and Mrs. Otto Bradberry of Lost Cane Mrs. Gertrude Hollmtm. home demonstration agent, discussed seiv- Ir.j techniques with the club and it was announced thnt 10 packages would be sold lo aid on payments of the HD Club building In Fav- clleviHc. Mrs. R. z. Davis showed the eye opener, which wns nylon corsages. It wns announced that B ten would be given May 2 at the Moore home. In the social hour following, the club finished n quilt to be sold. Missionary Union Has Program Session Fitlcen members of the Armorel Women's Missionary Society of i the Baptist Church met Monday at the church for a business and program session under the direction of Mrs. W. E. Edmondson. president. . Prayer by Mrs. Weldon McCann preceded the afternoon's devotional, "Christian Use of Power," given by Mrs. C. C. Elliott. ; Mrs, McCann led in prayer preceding her community missions report. i Prayer by Mrs. S. H. Rebstock adjourned the meeting. Coming Events Wednesday Annual congregational dinner at First Presbyterian church at 7:45 pm. martins last meeting of church year. Prayer meeting at 7:30 p.m. followed by 8 p.m. choir rehearsal. Thursday Burdctte PTA has 7:30 p m meeting at the school. Mary Martha Class of First Baptist Church has potluck supper meeting at home of Mrs. Ben Maye.s at 7 p.m. Mrs. J. J. Cookston and Mrs. J. L,. Natters, co-hostesses. Fidelias Class of First Baptist Church has 7 p.m. meeting at home of Mrs. L. C. Kollison, 719 Roliison Avenue. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotrl Noble at 7:30 p.m. ElUott Wetcher Chapter of DDC has 12:30 luncheon meeting at Hotel Noble, Mrs. C. U McWatcrs reservation chairman. Euzelian Class of First Baptist Church ha* 7:30 p.m. meeting at home of Mrs. Joe Atkins. 'Friday Dorcas Class of First Baptist Church has 2:30 p.m. meeting at the church. Mrs. Thomas Dorris entertaining Stitch and Chatter Club. Pre-Easter service at First Presbyterian Church at 7:30 p.m. Phebean Class of First Baptist Church has annual Faster sunrise breakfast at 1 a.m. at Ihe Razorback. Mrs. W. S. Johnston hostess ?.l her home to members of Alpha Delta Chapter of Sigma Phi lor 2:30 p.m. meeting. Opening New Lock Is Difficult, Expert Soys FLORENCE, Italy Wi—A burau- lar ii-ould need up to (wo years to open his new type lock, says Dr. Mario Materroz7i. That's if he has the key. Because this lock requires both a key and a combination. There is almost no mathematical limit to the number of combinations possible, depending u[ion the number of notches on the key and the tumblers In the lock. Just a small-size lock and kev will give from 4,000 to one million possible combinations. Hay Good After 30 SYDNEY, Australia, Ml— Thirty- year-old hay was used lo feed Jersey cows al a Brisbane dairy farm during a recent drought. Queensland Agriculture Department officers said an analysis of a sample from the center of the 12-ton slack showed it still had an excellent protein content of 21.7 per cent, moisture free. The stack was put down by the present owner's father following a drought in 1919. Secret of Ihe, lon# preservation of the stack, said the owner, is that the lucerno was well-dried, and (he stack hat] been kept under cover. Industrial Situ Planned SINGAPORE (jPi— industrials from Australia anrl Hangkong »rs moving into Singapore to set up factories in co-operation with local bnsinessmen. Initially, separate syndicates plan the establishment of a textile null, a boot-polish factory and an edible-oil refinery. The factories will be built on a 531acre plot of ground especially for industrial development. The site has space for 20 factories with staff quarters. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission flc & 30c At All Times "Missionary Might" Studied by Circle Circle One of the Women's Missionary Union of Trinity Baptist Church met Monday with Mrs. Ixmnra Svasford. Six members were present with one visitor, Mrs. Joy Ross. Mrs. Ross opened the meeting with prayer, after which Mrs. Swas- ford took charge of the business sesiion. Mrs. John Buchanan taught the lesson, "Missionary Might." Mrs. Willy Maude Kenwright closed the meeting with prayer. Book Review to Be Given at Luncheon The book, "Spark of Z/lfe" b.c Eric ! Remorque will he reviewed by Mrs. Joe P. Pride. Jr.. tomorrow at the 12:30 p. m meeting of Ihe Elliott ! Fletcher Chapter of the United i Daughters o! the Confederacy. j The meeting will b« at 'Hotel Noble. elation of Ihe First Baptist Church, who met Monday night at the home of MIF.S Maxine Hill. Prayers were offered by Mrs. Roy He.-ul and MLSS Katherlne Wcst- brook. A social hour followed the Ofljournment. Annual Egg Hunt To be Given at Club The annual Easter Egg: Hunt will te conducted at the Country Club Silndny afternoon at 3 p.m. for children of members of the Blytheville Country Club. Prizes will be presented group winners. CLOSEOUT SALE of CURTAINS In order lo make room for a new line of merchandise that my liijrhway location demands, I will not handle CURTAINS after my present slock is Rone. I am offering my entire slock, new as well as old. at a sacrifice. \Vhitc and Colored Or- gandys, \ylon, Orlons and many new styles in Kitchen and Bathroom Curtains. I will have, in a short lime, a complete slock of THREE MOUNTAINEERS line of early American reproductions. LINEN & CURTAIN SHOP 311 N. Sixth St. Rlylhevillc, Ark. Mrs. C. A. Hovcy LAST TI.MES TON1TE I'al Nilcs 2 For Price of One WARNER BROS' . .-» [i LAST TIMES TODAY,' /*•• • - -^i I ft*wm? MCttuift nciiin ~~ I \t\&'*MARf 4' Selected Short iTl/CAt'-.sJ; Subjects RITZ GUESTS Dr. & Mrs. .lark \Ychb Mr. & Mrs. Floyd A. White . » — MICHAEL CURT1Z ^ 2 Heel Comedy & Cartoon TH(JKS.-FRI. I'al Nitcs 2 Kor Price of One ROMAN COUMN THURSDAY & FRIDAY ;1 nf The U.5. 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