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=523 BL'TTHEVTLLB (ARK.» COUHIKH NEWS Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phon« 4461 Egg Hunt Honors First Graders The morning group of the first grade els.v; ol Mrs. Betty McLcod's 1 at, Central School yesterday was entertained with an ejg hunt at Walter par!;. Charles Nelson took the prize offered for finding the most eggs, while Roberta Brown was presented a prize for finaini? the least amount of egfis. Jimmy Babb founci the golden eg?. Refreshments were served the £iiest.s and favors of vari-colorer Easter esgs nestled in small baskets were presenter! the guests from the hostesses, Mrs. C. E. Graves. Mrs. Charley Broerton. Mrs. John Tyrone and Mrs. Russell Mosley. HD Club Makes Easter Bonnets Fifteen members of the Dogwood Home Demonstration .Club met in the home of Mrs. jerry Scrapes Wednesday with Mrs. Luther Thompson co-hostess. The meeting was hcsiin with group singing which was led by Mrs. Ira Koonce. Scripture was read by Mrs , 'Thompson, after which the group repeated "The Lord's Prayer." After a brief business session, presided over by Mrs. Bill Cable, each member modeled an Easter hat which she had made.'Mrs. p. B. Jarrett won first prize. Door prize went to Mrs. Ruby Lutes. The hostesses served refreshments at the conclusion of the meeting. PEO Chapter 'D' Meets in Home luncheon »t the home of Mrs. M. O. Usrcy followed by a business program marked the semi-mnnthlv meeting of Chapter "D" of PEO Wednesday. Mrs. R. A. Porter was eo-hostess for the 1 p. m. affair. Spring bloMom.s marked the entertaining rooms and the tables ,»t which the two-course luncheon •was served was overlaid with a cutwork cloth. The 19 chapter members attending later heard Mrs. R. F. Klrshner report on the PEO Record and Mrs. B. A. Lynch give the program, "Favorite Leaders of Today." Rook Club Has Weekly Meeting Thursday Rook Club members and one guest, Mrs. A. M. King. yesterday were Invited to the home _ of Mrs. Leon Scherer for the wcek- ']y session. Violet.'! and Iris marked the rooms In which the guests were seated. Mrs. King look high score in the rook gome, with second high going to Mrs. T. o. Huey and rooko to Mrs. C. G. Scherer. The hostess served cake and cof j ice. LT. AND MIIS. mmilAKI) WOODS, JK.—Married Insl «wk at Osceola's First Christian Church were Lt. Ilubbard Woorts. Jr.. Durnnt, Okln., and Miss Catherine Cathey Pope of Osccola. The bride, ctaush- tcr of Mr. and Mrs. Milton E. Pope. Is a graduate of Osccola High School nncl attended Lindcnwuod'College, at. Charles, Mo. They arc now on a trip during which they will visit New Orleans and the groom'a home. United Daughters of Confederacy Has State Regent as Guest Potluck Supper Given by Class A potluck supper was given by the Mary-Martha Class of the 'First Baptist Church, last nlcht with Mrs Ben Mays, Mrs. J. J. Cookslon. Mrs J. p. Nabers hostesses at the Mays home. A devotional was presented by Mrs. Bula Morris and a brief business session followed. A centerpiece of mixed spring blooms was used along with other mixed boumiets in the meeting Mrs. D. H. Sawyer of Little Rork slate regent of United Daughters of Confederacy, was guest of the Elliot Fletcher chapter yesterday at Hotel Noble. Hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. T. F. Hudson. Mrs. E. R. Bo- gcn, Mrs. Sue Brown, Mrs. E. William. 1 !, and Mrs. C. B. Wood, all of Luxora, and Mrs. Cleo I/ingston. of DeKalb, Miss. Spring blooms were used throughout'the entertaining rooms. | Stately vases held white narcissi and white Iris, and in low bowls. rcrlbiKls were interspersed in greenery. . Mr.s. Sawyer. discli.^eU the activ- ftles of the past year with the chapter members. "Spark of Life." a hook by Eric Remarque, was reviewed by Mrs. Joe Prfdo jr. There were sixteen members of the chapter present for their monthly meeting. Euzelian Class Was 21 Present Twenty one members and guests were present last night at the home of Mrs. Joe Atkins for the monthly meeting of the Euzelian Cln.ss of the First Baptist Church. Mrs. Bill Robinson and Mrs. ifarlon Bron-n were co-hostesses. Opening prayer was by Mrs. James Lunsford, followed by a devotional, presented by Mrs. E. C. Brown, who was a Riiest with the class. Following n business seston, Raines were played nnd the hostesses served refreshments. Other visitors with the class were Mrs. L. Robcrton. Mrs. Gene Brooks, and Mrs. Georee Berjre. who Is visiting here from'Minneapolis Minn. Mrs. W. J. Cupples Entertains Club TLB Club members and iwo guests last night played bridge nt the home of Mrs. W. J. Cupples. who was hostess for the weekjy session. Mrs. Robert Blnylock and Mrs. W. SS Class Meets In RoHison Home "Standard of Excellence" has betn achieved by the Fidelis Class o( the First Baptist Church, it was announced last night at their monthly meeting, in the home of Mrs. L. C. Rollisoii. A politick-wpjier was served to the eleven numbers present and three visitors, Mrs. Mable Greer. Mr.s. Bobbye Graham, and Miss Dorothy Rollison. Invocation was by Mrs. John Mays, Miss. Rollison presented the devotional, nnd prayer was led by Mrs. nolllson. After calling for reports from various committee chairmen and other officers. Mrs. AJvin Hardy, president, spoke on the six-point record system nnd its value to the church. Mrs. C. E. Johnson spoke on class visitation nnd her appreciation of class cooperation. They were dismissed with prayer' by Mrs. C. E. Wallace. E. Cherry were the guestjl. Spring flowers decorated the home and in (lie bridge l^ame Mrs W. Cherry won hiah score. Mrs J F. Scrape, second high and Mrs. Cupples. bricl'o. A dessert course was served. / Complete your coslume with fashion-riqSl DOVEDOWNS. They are sheer, itrong, nod fit beautifully. p rcf (y ,'„ ei ' Ijr i ft J 61 Gauge - 15 Denier Regular $1,50 Pair Anniversary Spccioll 3 p rt . S 3 Si. 50 Pair Razorback Scene Of Dinner Party A group or supervisors and office personnel of Rice stlx factory last night met In nn entcrtalnim; room of the fiaiwrback 'or a dinner party Following (he meal, (he guests were Invited to the home of Mrs. M. Emdc for Informal entertainment. C. C. Discuss Lawn Improvement Lawn Improvements were discussed last night by members o[ the C. C. club at the weekly session | In the Assembly Room of Chickasaw Courte. Mrs. G. L. Scott presided over the discussions and fnllowins party Barnes, she served refreshments. Luncheon-Meeting Planned by WMU "Hawallans are Americans. Too" will be the subject of the Royat j Service program given at the 1 p.m. luncheon meeting of the women's i Missionary Union o[ the First Baptist Church. Monday. Mrs. Shclburne Brewer will lead the program in the church eiuer- tntnins rooms and Mrs. Ted Kins. WMU president, will preside. Mrs. Richard Haynes Is Hostess to Baptists Mrs. Richard Haynes was hostess at her home yesterday '.o nir-n;t;e-rs of (lie Yarbro Missionary Baptist Women's Srwiety for the weekly session. Right members and one guest attended. Prayer by Mrs. T. T. Campl/rll preceded the afternoon's devotional given by Mrs. Jack Emery. The program was directed by Mrs. A. L. Richndson, Prayr by Mrs. Floyd Ash jnvceri- ed the snclat hour. FRIDAY, 'APRIL II, 1952 Egg Hunt Planned For Church Groups Primary and junior Departments of the First Christian Church will be hollered Saturday afternoon with an Easter egg hunt at the church. The affair will bosin at. 2:30 p m. At the Hospitals Blythe.vllle Hospital Dismissed : Mrs WiliJe F'orsythe. Tyler. Mo. Mrs. Wayne Ralph, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. G. G. Moony and baby. Air Base Mrs. JOE Wcatherly and baby, Rt. Miss Marion Thornberry of Milwaukee. Wis., win be overnight guest toni»hl of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cherry. Pat Burks and Bill Bracey, students at University of Arkansas, will he the holiday gue.sts of their par- parent. Mr, and Mrs. Eddie Burks and Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Bracey Miss Kay Colston. J. C. Droke, Jr., Billy Crafton. Ira Ncely Koonc-e. P. H. Jernlgan. and Guy nurks, students at Arkansas Slate College will be home for the holidays, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Stubblcfielri will s,-:end Raster in Paragoiid with Mrs. Stubblefield's mother. Mrs Sliearln. Mr. Shearln. and Kay Mr. and Mrs. p. E. Cooley' and Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Ferguson are spcndhji; Hie week end in Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Cooley are in Gees- ville as gup.Ms of Mr. Cooley's mother. Mrs. Burncy Cooley and brother The Rev. George Cooley. Mr. ami Mrs. Ferguson nre in Richmond with their dauqhfcr. Mrs. Robert Smart, Dr. Smart and family. Mr, and Mr.s. Louis Cherry will have as their Easter guest Robert Cherry of Schenectady, N.Y. Graham Parllow, a student at University of Arkansas, advert last nijht to be the week end guest of his parent.';, Mr. and Mrs. H. Q Partlow. He has recently been initiated into Delta Theta Phi and Scabbard and Blade. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Anton will have as their Easter week end curst' Mrs. Auten's sister, Miss Eula Smith, '.vho attend Arkansas State Collcgre nt Joneboro, Mrs. Riley Artams Is confined to her home due to mumps. Mr. and Mrs. w. J. Cupplcs and daimhtfr. Nancy, will spend t.'ie holiday weekend in Trenton, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Stewart and daughter. Miss Barbara Stewart and sons, John Mark and Joe Vaughn will spend the week end with relatives In Poplar Bluff. Home for the Easter holiday from Arkansas Tech. Rnssellville. is Denny Gentry, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Rolesons Take Honors In Duplicate Game Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roleson tack first place honors last night in the five-table Howetl movement played by the Duplicate Bridge League at the semf-weekly game at Hotel Noble. Playing the monthly masterpoint panic. Mr. and Mrs George Wiggs lock second hish, while Harry W. Haincs and Mrs. W. A. Afflick tied Mrs. W. McCutcheon and Mrs. \v. D. Chamblln for third place honors. It was announced that a winner's pame would be played in two weeks. ON ANY ITEM IN OUR STOCK* * Except ilcnis in ni.snielit line. Hugh Gentry. Miss Shirley Barksdale, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Barksdate and Frank Wagner, Jr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wagner arived yesterday. Both are students at University of Arkansas. Miss Juliette Rossle has arrived from Webster College, St. Louis, to be the holiday week end guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Rossle, Mrs. C. W. Beale of Memphis. Mrs. Finis Ray Burns and H H. Br.ile of Atlanta. Ga.. were the Tuesday and Wednesday guests of Miss Bess Hall and Mr. Byrd Wickham. Mrs. George Berge and son of Minneapolis. Minn., are vlsllinz Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Hays at their home on Pecan Avenue. i Miss Alice Saliba of Streeter, III., and Albert Saliba of St. Louis ar-' rived today to be the Easter holiday guests of their parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Saliba. J. B. Riggs arrived yesterday to be the weekend gwst of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Riags. Mr. fiigirs is a student at Hendri.v College at Conway. Mrs. Bill Rotramel of Memphis, who Is the houseguest of her brother. Larry Lewis and family, nnd Mrs. O. C. Ganske yesterday returned from Caruthersville where they had attended funeral services for Mrs. Margaret Lewis on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles digger. HI. Russell Phillips and Mr. nnd Mrs. John Ed Rcienolrt arrived last nigM from the University of Arkansas to spend the Easter Holiday weekend here with relatives. W. A. Lrcneston and daughter. Patricia, left today for their 1 home Cooper and family for several days, Billy Ray Boyd. who is a sophomore at the University of Arkan- sis, Is spending the holiday wekcnri here with his uncle, Vernon Bovd and family and brother, Melvin Boyd family. SgL James Harvey Scroggins, son of Mrs. Flossie Scroggins of Wilson arrived in San Francisco. Calif., April 5th aboard the General John Pope. He hnd been serving in Korea with the 8th Field Artillery. Mrs. Harry Lewis and Mrs. Ruby Willingham were in Camthersi-ille Tuesday to attend funeral services for Mrs. Margaret Lewis. Mrs. Cleo Langston or De Kalb, Miss., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs; Charles Langston and family, Mr. and Mr. G. O. Poetz and family and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McWaters and First By Sue Burnett This yoked style for the matron is so new and lovely—certain to be your favorite afternoon fashion all diirins the warm weather. Dainty eyelet is effective for yoke and sleeves. Pattern No. 8453 is a sen--rite perforated pattern, in sizes 32, 34. 35. 38 40. 42. 44. 46. Size 34, 3\; yards of For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News, 375 Quincy St.. Chicago 6, 111. Basic FASHION fcr '52 is filled with ideas to make your clothes budget go furthtr—time-saving and economical designs that are. easy to sew. Gift pattern printed Inside. 25 cents. family. Mrs. Oscar Fendler. Mrs. James Terry, Mrs. Monroe Grain, Jr., and LAST TIMES TODAY STARRING Richard Basehart & Michael O'Shea ALSO Paramount News & Cartoon Rifz Guests to See "Fixed Bayonets" Mr. & Mrs. Harold Nunn Air. & Mrs. Russell Marr Mrs. S. E. Tune were In Jonesboro yesterday for an Inspection tour of the Jonesuoro Junior Service Auxiliary. While there, they also visited the school for exceptional children. Miss Catherine Martin, Itussell Simpson and Miss Nora Simpson left last night for Pensacola, Pla,, to spend the weekend. Edwtn Wallace, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wallace. Billy Edwards, son of Mr, and Mrs. Shields Edwards, and Charles Booker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Upton Booker, who are students at the University of Arkansas are the week end guests of their parents. Ten agents of the Life insurance Company of Georcia are attending a state sales conference sponsored by the Arkansas Underwriters Association being held (n Hotel LaFayette In Little Rock, today. Those from the Blytheville district are D P. Morris, E. A. Hill, S. E. Cooper, H. S. Thompson. G. R. Travis. C. W. Spears, E. S. Moore. Jr., C. T. Davis and T. A. Polger, district manairer. Mr. and Mrs. John Alteti Hudson of Los Angeles. Calif., are the guests of their mint, Mrs. j. A. Lurkett Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission Oc & 30c At All Times LAST TIMKS TOiS'iTE Pal Nites 2 For I'rice «f One RUTH Wb RUTH iSt STEVE ROMAN COCHRAN "HENRY fc~ •*. >, M c«vi « G Comedy & Cartoon SATURDAY ONLY I Double Feature SATURDAY ONLY—DOUBLE FEATURE Nancy Davis James Whitmore ••«.:«/;,; .-v^ss™^ Serial: Captain Video & Cartoon GREETINGS SUNDAY & MONDAY JIRK DOUGLAS ^EVE MILLER- 'NIWSUJWESR.MBBI-FI Paramount News and Cartoon Ritz Guests to See "The Big Trees .Mr. & Mrs. Wade l.ce Mr. & Airs. Sonny Lloyd .JE'S AT GUN -GRIPS .WITH RANGE Serial — Radar Alan & Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY DnuHc Peal lire

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