The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 30, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 30, 1952
Page 4
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Pat Mulling, Society Editor •LYTHETTLLB (ARK.) COURTBH IO5Wf Wilson School Plans Carnival WILSON—Plans have been competed for the animal Halloween Carnival scheduled for Halloween Night at the Wilson High School Building. It Is sponsored by the FT A and the school. The carnival is one of the efforts of the association each ycnr lo obtain fund? for carrying out ninny projects on behalf of the school Mrs. Maurice Lynch, chairman of the PTA finance committee, an. nounced that the favorite displays of the 1951 carnival will he re. peated thts year. Mrs, Lynch will be In charge of the bazaar and food booth, assisted by other members of the finance committee. They are Mrs. John Stout, Mrs. Jerry Cullom and Claude Lynch. Mre. Lynch said all Items In Hie bazaar have been don a led by residents of Wilson and businessmen have donated the • food to be sold in the food booth. The association will also receive the proceeds from the voting for a junior tint' and queen. Bach of the 12 grades In school 'will have a booth of feature as a means of obtaining funds for their class treasury. Included In these will : be cake walk, snook house, fortune teller and gomes 'for Die •ntlre family. In a ceremony at 7:30 In the Khool auditorium the junior and •enlor king and queen will DC crowned to reign over the evening's festivities. The school's carnival committee Includes Phillip McRae, J. D, Roberts and Royal Small. Halloween Motif .Used for Club Mrs. Jerry Morgan entertained at ' her home yesterday with a dessert- canasta for members of the H. and T. Canasta • club, when a Halloween motif was used.. A jarge fan-shaped bouquet of ehrysanlhemums and other fall flowers were on the mantle center- few ««cK table, where dessert and coffee were -served preceding Hie games, were ornaments suggestive of Halloween. Mrs. J. E. Elklns won flrct place, Mrs. Mel Hay won second, and Mrs. Oidd Mtissey won low. .'•'•. ...;• The afternoon's gucsls Included Mrs. Massey, Mrs, Maurice Sanders •nd Mrs. Buddy Layton. ORGANIST — L. T. Moore has accepted the position as Ilrst organist of the First Baptist Church of Complon, Calif. Mr. Moore, who Is working on his masters degree In both science and music will begin study with Sergl Tarnowsky at Los Angeles Conservatory of Music after completion of this semester's' work on documentation for the State of California. Yarbro School To Have Carnival Tonight will mark the annual Halloween Carnival to be held at Yarbro School, sponsored by members of the Parent-Teachers Association. Each room will have a special attraction, such as fortune tellers, cilte walks, fishing ponds, and at 1 15 In the auditorium, skits and local talent can be seen. The nucen and king of'the carnival, Loretta Mallory. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Mallory, and Donald Hunch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Bunch, will be crowned, and a costume parade for the children will bo held, with a winner picked for the best costume. A concession stand, with hot dogs, soft drinks, nnd a home made candy sale will be there. All proceeds will bo to buy a stage curtain for the school. Luncheon Meeting Held for Club Tinted crysanlhcmums predominated in the floral decoration at the home of Mrs. E. J, Cure yesterday, when she gave a luncheon for members of the Wednesday Club, followed by an afternoon of bridge. A guest of the luncheon meeting was Mrs. O. \v.. Crowcll, who won first place In the afternoon's bridge games. Mrs. W. J. I'ollard won second place. PTA Study Course Is Held at Lange A study course for nil Parent- Tcachi-rs Associations of Blythcvllle School System was held yesterday nt Lange School, when Dean Whiteside of Little Rock, superintendent of Rural Education showed a .Him on "Good Elementary Schools." Mr. Whltcslde, who was Introduced by Mrs. W. T. Rainwater, study course chairman, urged incm- ors to measure their schools by .the standards shown In the Him. bcrs tomcnsurc their schools by the A nninii-tAble discussion on the film was hclrt. nnd each school was jrged to-organize nn educational iicaUh program. Guests were John Maycs, county supervisor of schools, and Miss Winnie Turner, grade school supervisor.' A study course will be held DCD. 4 at the Home Economics Cottage, when the fathers of the school ANTIQUES & MODERN G IPT i r i We're making room for new gift items Ihnt nre •rriving daily . . . this is mi opportunity for you lo S-A-V-E! Prices on many of our Antique and Modern Gifts have hecn reduced as much as 50%! Yes, you can save 25% to 50% on items lltat you've perhaps wanted for sonVetime. GRANT- ROGERS • CO BURN • MONROE THURSDAY & FRIDAY <^O£ v p\r Paramount New* & Shorts R1TZ GUESTS Mr. and Sirs. John Ha'getl Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Leon Schcrer Miss Marguerite Jones MMMH children will be guests. Lange PTA held a regular mcet- ng after the film, when Mrs. j. c. Drokc presided, and Introduced Mrs. Alex Shelby, who gave the In- iplratlon message, "The Stars Are Tliere." Mrs. Dane'll Lunsford Rave the National president's message, which was followed by a skit "United Nations," given by sixth graders including Jahoel Smith, jerry Hodge, Mabclee Lunsford, Byron Moore] Jr., nnd Jahe Moore. Mrs. H. W. Wyllc made an announcement concerning the Marine Band Concert to be given Nov. 5 'n tiie new hirjli school auditorium. In the business session 1 , Mrs. Lunsford v.-as named chairman of the Chlrstmas float committee. Mrs. Droke asked that each member make an effort to attend the District PTA meeting to be held -n Marked Tree on Nov. 11. Mrs. J. S. Kellltt, secretary, read the minutes ami Mrs, Byron Moore, treasurer, gave a report. Mrs. Joe Prccmon read the budget lor the year. Mrs. Le Hoy Hiuldlcston gave a report on the first aid project, and plans were made for a Halloween Party, to be held at the "Y." Copies of the'PTA by-laws were distributed. Hoorn count for the day went to ttle._rjoo'ms of Mrs. TncJma Cathy, anl Miss Eliabeth Halstead. Two Guests Pjay Bridge at Club Tv/o nUr.'.ti mo*, \*'.\\ m^mb:r: -he C.'M K •» !?„; «:£.".; v.:..-,i, J Usid u. wctifly bridjv' at home of Mrs. W. H. O'Kecte. Guests Included Mrs. Jack Cuadra and Hfrs. Foy Etchteson, who won first high prize of the evening. Other winners were Miss Vcrn Goodrich, second high and Mrs. Robert I. Thompson, brldgo. A dessert course was served. Ml»> Jo Ann Trleschmann, a senior at Mississippi Southern College, Hatllesburg, has been named In Who's Who in American Colleges. She Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Trleschmann, Mrs. Picas Yarbro is now at her home after spending three weeks at Thortnon Minor Hospital In Kansas City, Mo., where she underwent treatment. Miss Ernestine French has been taken back to Memphis, whore siic entered the Baptist Hospital for treatment. Mrs. Earl U Bcarden and two- months-oM daughter, Dcbra jean, will leave Nov. 8 for Anchorage, Alaska, to Join their husband and father, Cpl. Earl u lienrden, where he la stationed at Fort Richardson In Head Quarters Co. Cpl. Bcarden has been stationed In Alaska for the past six years. He Is the am of Mr. nnd Mrs. James Dearden of - Formcrsvlllc, La., and Mrs. Bcarden Is the former Miss Marie Hawkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hawkins of Luxora. Mrs. Larson Crump and Mrs. C. S. Birmingham were In Port Smiih for a three-day Rebecca Assembly, representing BIylhcvJIIc Lodge 18. Mrs. Birmingham was elected as one of the officers of Rebecca Assembly of Arkansas. Members of the Executive Board of C-Eceoln Progressive Club who attended Hie luncheon meeting of Blythevlllc Woman's Club Friday included Mrs. F. o. Gwyn, president of the Forrest City District Federation; Mrs. R. H. Jones. Mrs. C. E. Lloyd, .Mi's. E, S. Shipper), Mrs. A S. Rogers, and Mrs. Minnie Garvin of-Huston, La., houseguest of Mrs. R. H. Jones. Mrs. W. H. Ewart of Kosciusko, Miss,, is the'guest of her mother, Mrs. A. M. H. Branson and Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Branson. Mr. and Mrs. Claude E. Sparks left tills afternoon for Marshall, Tex., where Mr. Sparks will join the start of the Marshall News Messenger. Mr. and Mrs. J. Harold Harris of Wynne will be guests today of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch. While here, Mr. Harris will speak to the Rotary. 'I'. A, Folger, who suffered n heart attack, several weeks ago, is now at his home and is reported to be improving. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Macon and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Deez, all of Austin, Tex., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Boone Hall. Mrs. Macon is n sister of Mrs. Hall, and Mrs. Doez is their niece. Mrs. Robert Smart of Richmond, Va., arrived last night by plane lo be with her father, E. D. Ferguson, who recently suffered a heart attack. Mr. Ferguson is reported to be improving sfowly. " BSW Samba Club Has Weekly Meeting- Here Mrs, John Scott was hostess Tuesday to members of the BSW Samua Club at her home, where fall foliage and flowers were used to center tables. Mrs. Eugene Brown won the- day's samba prize, nnd i> salad course with drinks was -served. Stay Beautiful by avoiding , . . . ^ .-j.d j erampi. |irttrt. brtUor her iw Kara Why Joolc oMer. wntn out, jittery for 2 3 <iw each monlhT Why let cverylwidy kn "" "li 'i i °k' £«y lo Thei- lo ml'ery e cverywiy it hcr«1 Thousands of ''i 'TlfP tal " * '""• c "^» ""* -lp build new energy nn,l rcihUnct k. net. .le<M> l.ctlcr. foci !c,j „„,) ]„, cadi monln. Some even n,, ilneut pain nfter u \vh!] pcrkilg vrHInut pain nfttr u willlc.'st'r lovflynll— nsk your dealer for Cardui. ,1| • J >H II 1 -« '* *4 "J MJNIHir CRAMPS £«"<" OF LIFE Club Has Meeting In Member's Home Mrs. G. O. Poelz entcrlalncd at the home of Mrs. Charles Larisslon yesterday with a bridge party for members of Club Eight. Mrs. Jesse M, White won first lilBh score, Mrs. B. o. Allen won second high score, and Mrs. S. C. Owens won bridgo. Refreshments were served during the afternoon, and In the entertaining rooms fall foliage and flowers were used. Coming Events Thursday Mrs. Fred Copeland Is hostess to the Ester Class of the First Baptist Church at her home, 915 w Walnut. Annual Halloween Carnival at Yarbro School begins at 7:16 p.m. Country Club members have special Halloween dance beginning nt 3 p.m. with music by Bob Bevlng- ton's orchestra. Mrs. T. H, Caraway entertains members of the OHO Club. Sirs. P. D. Foster entertains members of the Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. R. D. Hughes is hostess to the Thursday Bridge Club. T. L. E. Club plays at the liome of Mrs. Dick Wntsor. Mrs. vv. L. Horrier Is hostess to members of the Mid-Week Club. Thursday Ilook Club plays at the home of Mrs. T. W. Goforlh. Duplicate Bridge League plays at the Hotel Nob!e, ' Friday Friday Contract Club meets nt the home of Airs. Russell c. Farr. Saturday Business meeting in the Colonial room of Hotel Noble at 8 p.m. will precede the 9:30 p.m. University club Dance in the Mirror Room. Hosts and hostesses are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mcllaney, Mr. and Mrs. James 1 Rogers, and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Jr. Monday Lonoke Home Demonstration club has a 2 p.m. meeting with Mrs. J. O. Huey. A dish that will give you a gourmet rating is made with veal cutlet, hammered out to sliver width. Dip the veal In milk and fine bread crumbs, sprinkle it liberally with pepper, salt and oregano, fry quickly on a hot fire. Remove from fire and set in individual shallow casserole dishes, pour drippings from p»n on top, place two thin slices of mazzerola cheese over each and canned tomato sauce over all. Sprinkle the dish with oregano and parmesan chceab and put untler the broiler until cheese melts and dish looks crusty. Serve at oiice. -Soft Dropery- THURSCAT, OCT. 80, 1951 Gown Boasts Panels The sliort dinner gown (above) appears in n monochromatic blue wilh intricate draping. An Edith Small design in paper-thin taffeta, it has draped bodice and wide skirt wilh three ever- widening panels at the back. A single shoulder-strap is draped, too, for a softer look and for mote cover-up.—By Gaile Dueas >JFA' Wrvunn'c V,*it n . ' fJEA Woman's Editor. Uli ie ^oAplalS Blythevillc Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Arnold Jones, Cooler VV. C. Plunkelt, City. Lovid Pearce, City Kenneth Roberts, Luxora Mary Fullerton, Steele ^S'alls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Odcll Barnes, City Mrs. John Randolph, Luxora James E. Hefner, Owensboroueh Ky. Mrs. Eva Young, City George Travis, City. Turn knitted underwear wrong side out for washing, cup your hands as you force the suds through soiled p-.rts. Rinse well and hang double over line or rod. No Ironing is necessary. CAREY Don't Troop Two Has Election Here' Mrs. Vance Henderson met with members of Troop Two of the Girl Scout Lone Troop Association at the Woman's Club, on Tuesday, to choose officers for the coming year. Officers include Susan Smith, president; Judy Ann Jordan, vice president; Cecilia Henderson', Secretary; .Terry Gregory, Treasurer; Withouf Sour Stomach TUMS FOB THE TUMMT Ann Bailey, reporter;, Becky mt«» reporter; and Pat Hanley. Sylvii Ladd and Sally Kennedy, c]ea;i-u» committee. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show ..Starts 7:00 p.m. At All Times Admission Me &'3<ie LAST TIMKS TONITR Double Feature Also Cartoon FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature / WIIVtRSAL-INTEBWATIOWM PlCIOSf SERIAL,: The Zombies Also Cartoon at Hays'. Store Genuine Alligator LIZARD You're sure to love Fool Flairs' Genuine Alligator Lizard . . . you'll love (he budget price, (on. Hags lo mrtlch al (he same price us (he shoe. 12" FAMILY SHOE STORE H^312 W. MQin=sii ; This is nevr. Beautifully draping, smooth filling cr.ej>« I siiiling in Teena Paige's .latest style. An extra loo,, j is the contrasting elastic waist cinchcr bell. New gathered back Rnd button decorated cuffs. A 'step- in' style in blue, lime, lilac and pink. Sizes 7-15. $ 10 95 200 E. MAIN ST.

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