PAGE TOffR BlrTTHBTTT>LE (ARK.) COURTEK NICWi THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1951 <? • 4 aociefa Jane Shelton, Society Editor f Phone 4461 Duplicate Bridge Group Sponsors Seal Benefit A benefit card game for the Easter Seal Drive will begin at 7:30 p.m. April 15th at the Country Club. Sponsored by the Country Club Duplicate Bridge Group, the games will vary with individual choice and a prize will b« given . lor each fabe. I I Coffee and cold drinks will be served. t 1 Tickets will be one dollar «ach I \ and ore now on sale. Mrs. C. C, ! I Councilie Is In chareg of ticket • ' sales. Canasta Club Guests Meet Mrs. Travis Deen was hostess last night to members of the Semi- Canasta Club, nnd two guets, Mrs. Ray Moore and Mrs. J. W. Simpson. A surprise birthday gift was presented the hostess from the club. Mrs. Earl Knlpple won high score prize and Mrs. Lawrence Garner won second prize. After the games, the hostess served refreshments. Layette Shower Honors Luxoran Mrs. Bob Woodward was hostes at her home Tuesday night to 2 guests, who gathered to showe miscellaneous layette gifts on Mrs Gale Hanna of Luxora. Mrs. Boy Smith of Osceola was co-hostes For the occasion, clusters of pal pink carnations and gladioli marke ' the rooms in which the guests wer 1 seated for party games, After th honoree's gifts hnd been riisplnyei the hostesse sserved refreshment. Bits of News l Duplicate League Plays 7-Table Howell Movemen Mrs. H. C, Sims and Bernar Gcoch took first place honors Tucs day night in the seven-table How ell movement played by the Coun try Club Duplicate Bridge Lcagv »t the club. Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. B. Gee were second place winne ki the monthly, mastcrpoint gam With Mrs. Matt Mon'aghnn Mrs. Harry W. Haines winnlr third place. Miss Betty Harber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. Harber; Miss Shirley King, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher King; B. B. Gee. Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. E. B Gee; and Perry Rothrock, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Rothrock, will arrive tonight from the University of Arkansas to be the weekend guests of their parents. Bgt. Glen HID and his guest. Cpl. Coming Events Thursday Burdette PTA haa 7:30 p. m. meeting at the school. Mary Martha Class of First Baptist Church has potluclc supper meeting at home of Mrs. Ben Mayes at 1 p.m. Mrs. J. J, Cookston and ;. J. L. Nabers, co-hostesses. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Euzcltan Class of First Baptist Church has 7:30 p.m. meeting at home of Mrs. Joe Atkins. Friday Dorcas Cla-ss of First Baptist Church has 2:30 p.m. meeting at Ralph Smith will leave Saturday for Hunter Air Force Base, Savannah. Ga.. where they will be stationed after having hecn the guests of Sgt. Hill's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs Virgil I. Hill. They formerly were stationed at Forbes Air Fc-rce Ba.se Topcka, Kans. U. and Mrs. Phlliip H. Heed ol Fort Knox. Ky,. announce the birth of a son, Frank Obermillcr Reed March 23. Lt. Reed is the son o Mr. and Mrs. Neil Reed of Hcbei Springs, former Blythcvillc rest dente. Freddie Smith will arrive tomgh from the University of Arkansa to he the holiday weekend guest o his mother. Mrs. Anne Smith. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Smart were it Memphis last night where they Jclned their son. Murray smart Jr.. who Is a student at Tulane, New Orleans, to accompany him to Blytheville for the Easter holidays. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Austin were In Memphis yesterday to attend funeral services for Howard Austin. Miss Vivian Patterson, who attends the university ol Arkansas. will be the Easter weekend guest of her mother. Mrs. S. S. Patterson, and grandmother, Mrs. W. T. Ob erst. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stone announce the birth of their second child, a hoy. born April 2 at Walls Hospital. He has been named Jack Gordon. Condition of Mrs. G. A. Green Miss Gay Garrlgan arrived yesterday to spend the weekend v/ith her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. the church. Mrs. Thomas Dorrls entertaining Stitch and Chatter Club. Pre-Easter service at First Presbyterian Church at 1:30 p.m. phebcan Class of First Baptist Church has annual Easter sunrise breakfast at 7 a.m. at the Razorback. Mrs. W. S. Johnston hostess her home to members of Alpha Bella Chapter of Sigma 2:30 p.m. meeting. Saturday Miscellaneous bridal shower to: Miss Vcrna McKowen at 2:30 at J. J. Morgan home. EXCHANGES VOWS WITH J-OKIMEH RESIDENT — Mrs. Ben John Lancashire was until her Saturday marriage In oberlln, O., Miss Sara Jnne Scott. Mr. Lancashire, who is serving with the Air Force, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Lancashire of Lakeland, Fla., former Blythevllle residents. Dell PTA Officers Are Installed; Mrs. Ed Hardin 1952-53 President Noble Gill, retiring prcst-Mrs. Ed Hardin assumed her duties is president, at the monthly ses- ion at the chool. Mrs. dent of the Dell Parent-Teachers Association yesterday served as tn- stallng officer for ceremonies welcoming the group's 1052-53 officers. Central PTA Has Final Session; Mrs. J. C. Droke Installs Officers Central Parent-Teacher Association met yesterday for their last pesaion of the year. Mrs. J. O. Droke Installed new officers for the com- *og year. It wns reported that Central would hove Us summer round up April IB at the Health Unit. Mrs. E. J. Cure, president, opened the meeting with prayer, after .which various committee chairmen gave reports of their past, year's work. Mrs. I-iloyd Stickmon presented B devotional, followed by the presi- PTA dent's message, which was given by Mrs. Harvey Kldd. Mr*. Droke, president of City Council Installed new offi for the coming year, with Mrs. James Terry as president; Mrs. Stickmon, vice president: Mrs. Jesse Taylor, secretary and Mrs. John Burnett treasurer. Room count prizes wont to Miss Ernestine French's set-end grade and to Mrs, Lillian Frank's sixth grade. The mothers of the second grade were hostesses. Garrtsan. She Is a student at the University of Arkansas. Sgt. John Paul Hutcherson will be the Easter weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Lutes. Sgt. Hutcherson Is returning from Japan where he has been hospitalized for the past three months. Miss Barbara Moiwghan and Miss Rnmona Crnfton. students at the Half Moon News 'Mr. "and "Mrs. Curtis Webb of Kansas City, Mo., visited Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hoskins and family .his past weekend. Mrs. John Buck visited the past •eek with her sons, Jack and H. C. Buck, and families. MVs. Buck makes her home in Poplar Bluff, Mo. Joe Baker, who Is employed In Wichita. Kan., spent the past week with his family. Cpl, and Mrs. John Haynes of Blloxi. Miss., have returned home after visiting Mrs. Haynes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Alexander, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Olin Bennett of Caruthersville visited Mrs. Fred Nutt last weekend. Mrs. B. F. Gay, who has been visiting in St. Petersburg, Fla,, with her sister. Mrs. Jerry White, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Mitchell of Portland, Ore., are here for an indefinite visit with their son, O. M. Mitchell, and family. H. D. Lackey, who has been ill at his home is reported as improved. Mr. and Mrs. Elgin Dixon have Two-In-One For Summer Jobs for Engineers TOKYO </P) — Engineers and teachers among Japan's 21,685 university graduates this spring will find job hunting fairly simple, a Kyodo News Agency survey showed today. The demand for engineers is more than three times the num ber of graduates and there are three teaching jobs for every two two teachers. f Movie Co-Operation SINGAPORE AP) — Columbia pictures, one of America's biggest film studios, may work Jointly with Malaya's Infant film industry, Michael Bcrgher, special Far Eastern representative for Columbia, said here. Bergher eaid Singapore and Malaya, were full of suitable locations and story material, but any plans must be long-term ones. Phi for f — \J By Sue Burnett You sew two attractive outfits with just one pattern when you make this sundress and jacket pair Wear the dress alone lor hours; brief bolero turns becoming street costume. Pattern No. 8455 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 11. 12. 13. 14, 16. 18. Size 12. dress, 3'.i yards of 39-inch; bolero, 1 yard. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News, 375 Quinsy St., Chicago 6, 111. Send 25 cents today for ycur copy of Basic FASHION '52. It shows you how to make your wardrobe do double duty with economical, timesaving styles. Gift pattern printed inside. 25 cents. Flowers FOR EASTER The T!NY FLORIST Mrs. J. E. Halstll M. C. Stiles Phone 2Z05 Mrs. Lelttc McLclland gave the devotional and Woithu Kay Mathis of Lost Cane presented a piano solo. Second grade members under the direction of Mrs. Lctty Johnson and Miss Joyce GUI presented a health play. Other officers assuming duties were Mrs. E-irl Brownlee. vlre president; Mrs. Blanche Da'.'ls, secretary and Mrs. A. E. Caldwcll, uiiivuioiov of Arkansas will spend ! been visiting near Reiser this week the EastCT holidays with their par- due to the illness and death of Mr. ents. Injvired In a plane crash. In Omahn, Nebraska. Sunday. March 23. Pfc. Atlas L. Bowles Is reported to be improving. E. W. Justice, who has been hospitalized In St. Louis, has hecn moved to the home of his daughter there, and Is reported to be Improving, Oraham Sudbury. a student at U1>»1>»!*> **..*. J ' ,, , lludv III*. .I....IU y..w ^~..~~. - the University of Arkansas, will be. v . ju b(j held Aprj , 30 at , p m wlth the guest of his parents. Juriee and; D Joe Bcasley as examining phy- Mrs. Graham Sudbury. for the hoi- [ j Dixon's mother April 7. Yai-bi-o PTA Meeting Is Conducted at School During the monthly meeting of the Yarbro Parent-Teacher Association yesterday. Mrs. Annabell Fill, county health nurse, reported that the Yarbro pre-school clinic idays. Condition of Mrs. Minnie is reported unchanged. At the Hospitals Blyleville Hospital Dismissed: Frank WcsUall, City Mary Louise Mecks, Cootcr Walls Hospital Dismissed: J. L. LeFerney, Steele Fred W. Qestrlng, Holland J. P. Austin, Citv T. A. MIzelle. City Mrs. Roy Veach. Manila Dale. G. Edmister. Air Base THURSDAY & FRIDAY Anci'ent Tomb Found HONG KONG press dispatches (AP)— Communist from Canton re- Hostesses for (lie meeting were Mrs. R B Crawford. Mrs. W. A. Whistle and Mrs. Ralph Simpson. Mrs. M. Gaines Again Heads WSCS At a meeting of the Promise Land V/omen's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church Wednesday, new officers for the coming year were elected. Mrs. Marcus Gaines will serve another year as president. Preceding the business session, Mr. Tom Nfoore presented the devotional. Other officers ivho were elected for the coming year were Mrs. Leon Wilson, vice president; Mrs. Russell Gaines, treasurer; Mrs. Tom Moore; secretary; Mrs. Felix Kill, missionary education; Mrs. J. J. Moore, chrlstian-social relation; Mrs. W. T, Fitzgerald, student work; Mrs. Alton Hnrdy, children work; Mrs. Frank Stage, spiritual life; Mrs. Calvin Hill, stnLus of women; Mrs. II Kimbrel. youth work; and Mrs, oore, suppy kork. Mrs. Singe dismissed (he meeting th prayer. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7;00 p.m. Admission 9c & 30c At All Times THURS.-FRI. Pal Nitcs 2 For Price of One ••h, RUTH ,f\ STEVE BDMANtoCHRAH HENRY BUNKE-Ftux7e£i fcw^fw* M Ccta M Ojy €ndcy« Comedy & Cartoon Group Meets in Home; Officers are Elected Love Group of the Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church met Tuesday night in the home of Mrs. J. P. Oarrott for a business session which was highlighted with the election of officers. The 17 members and two guests attended Holy Week services at tht church preceding the meeting which w.is directed by Miss Fran cos McHaucy in the absence ol the proup chairman, Mrs. Free man Rohlnson. Mrs. RohiriFon was re-elected president of the group and Mr?, Joseph W. McHancy will -serve ns vice-president. Miss Louella Alley secreUry and treasurer. They will be Installed In July. Repeating of the Fellowship benediction adjourned the session and the ments. hostess served refresh- The meeting was opened by a folk dance which was presented by the Brownie Troop, accompanied by Mrs William Wyatt and directed by Mrs. Johnny Johnston. Following a discussion on Cub anil Boy Scout movements. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner spoke on "State and Local Requirements of Arkansas Public Schools." The president's message. "Easter aud the Eternal Promise" was* given by Mrs. Gene McGuire. after which the meeting was dismissed port that a 1,6-10-year-old tcmb has been unearthed in Hnk Tsimg, suburb of Canton. The dispatches said the tomb belonged to the Chin dynasty and was In a good state of preservation. Nine earthen vessels were found Lnside the tomb. The Big-As-Victory nf The U.S. Infant^! Starring Richard Basehart & Michael O'Shea PLUS: E'aramount News & Cartoon with prayer by Mrs. Wyott. In a social hour following, the faculty was host to the parents. Ritz Guests to See "Fixed Bayonets" Mr. & Mrs. Harold Nunn Mr. & Mrs. Russell Mart Cool, Flattering' IV V L O IV in the most comfortable sho8 you've ever worn Blown & Natural 895 lumntfi ssofs «HHA "WITO HUSUBfJII -yj as seen in LIFE ONE STOP SHOE SERVICE Repairing — Cleaning — Dyeing 121 W. 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