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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 10, 1950
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1950 aae Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Miss Hargeit Honored At Pre-Nuptial Shower Continuing the events planned in honor of Miss Lon Jo Hnrgclt, prior to her marriage to Hunter Lane Kimbro of Jonesboro, was the linen shower last night at the Ted L-yster home. Mrs. Lysler and Mrs. C. C Denton were hostesses to 12 eucsts for the affair. Bouquets of . spring flowers arranged in pottery and crystal vases were placed in the rooms in which the guests spent the evening, Assorted linen gifts were showered upon the honorce after which the guests were seated at individual tables for bunco. High score was won by Mi's. Joe Davis, bunco by Miss Pearl Lee, and low by Miss Florence Moore. , Immediately following the game, punch and cake was served buffet style from the linen covered dining table. The large crystal punch bowl was completely encircled with perfect white .carnations set in swirls of misty white inajfne. The entire arrangement rested in beds of greenery. The hostesses were assisted in serving by Mrs. Lystor's sister, Mrs, Dick Watson. Miss Hnrgett wore for the occasion a smart frock fashioned of foiTesl green ; silk shantung with harmonizing accessories. She pinned a gift corsnge of creamy white gardenias at her shoulder. Rows of tiny red rosebuds encircled the 'gardenias which were set In l of satin. • Mrs. J, J. Hargett, mother ol the honoree, was a special guest. f • * • Mrs, Anthony Honored While BIytheville Visitor Mrs. Estelle Anthony of Chicago HI., was honored at several cvcntf recently while visiting here as of Mr. and Sirs. George M. Lee Mrs. Anthony Is a former Blythe- .ville resident. Mrs. Lee was hostess Wednesday -.afternoon with a luncheon at the Country Club honoring Mrs. Anthony. Twelve guests attended the affair which was held In a dlninp room oE the club. Bouquets, o ..'spring-flowers decorated the dining ".- table and the room. Thursday Mrs. W. S. Johnston iuic r Mrs, W. T. Barnett were hostesses at the Rustic Inn with a luncheon honoring Mrs. Anthony. Sprint ! flowers . were : .placed at interval around the dining room." ; Mrs. Anthony was motored to vMemphis today by Mr, and Mrs Lc? where she will leave for her hohie hi Chicago. • •'. * ' * * - Mid-week Club Has ; St. Patrick Party • Mrs. Gean Atkinson was guesl -yesterday with the Mid-Week Club ; when Mrs. M, O. Usrey wns hostess • for a St. Patrick styled luneheon- • bridge. ' Clusters of tiny shamrock tree;, .flanked by burning green tnpcrs centered the dining table fron which the luncheon was served Table appointments further repeat . ed the shamrock green. Vases o " jonquils were arranged in the room . where the afternoon was spent. - , Mrs. Aubrey conway won high score and Mrs. Harry \V- Haincs second high in the bridge games. :' * * * ' BIytheville Rook Meets; Mrs. Poe Is Hostess Mrs. J. J. Coofcston and Mrs. R. B. Caudle were guests with the Blythc- ' viile Rook Club when Mrs. Elva Poe was hostess to the group at her home for a weekly dessert rook. Jonquils and hyacinths set In pottery vnses decorated the rooms of the home where the aEternoon was spent in rook. Mrs. Russell Riales won high ' score, Mrs. O. O. Elkins second high. • and Mrs. G. V. Daws, rooko. Mrs. Poe presented the club guests with prizes. • « • Thursday Night Club Meets with Mrs. Damon : Mrs. Earl Damon was hostess last night' at her home to members of the Thursday Night Club for n weekly meeting. Crystal vases filled with vnri-huccl spring flowers and potted plants were placed throughout the home. . In the rook game Mrs. J. A. Saliba won high and Mrs. Wilbur Wall! rcoko. During- the evening, Mrs. Davnor served refreshments. Mrs. Gentry Entertains Avalon Bunco Club Mrs. Harold Wright won Hgh Mrs. Raymond Shamlin, low and Mrs. ojhn douse bunco at Ih? weekly meeting o! Ihe Avalon CUib yesterday at the Hugh Gcntr, home. Forsylhta and red roses arrangci in crystal, 1 ; decorated the tertaim'ng room where the guest, were seated at Individual tables fo the game. At the conclusion ot the game Mrs. Gentry served a dessert course Bits of News CELEBRATES ANNIVKK8AKY— Mr. ami Mrs. S. J. Smith, uho make ;heir home at 112 E. Davis, cole- irnted their 50th wedding anniversary March 7(h. They are the parents of seven children and the grandparents of 15 children. They have eight great grand children. Their children are Mrs.Marion Lin- clsey, Mrs. Annie nambo, Mrs. Hattic crance, U. w. Smith and a. J. Smith, Jr., all of Blythnvillc. Mrs. May Reynolds of Tcrre Haute. Ind., and Mrs. Lillian McDonald of Ciir- uthcrsvillc. Mr. and Mrs. Smith observed the day with a dinner at their home for their children and families. Osceola Guests Feted With Party at Razorback Mrs. Ed L. CJuinn anil Mrs. J. Wfule Qulnn of Osceola were hostesses yesterday at tlic Razorback in BIytheville with a luncheon- bridge party for six tables of guests. Guests were members of the Mesds. Quinn's bridge clubs in Osceola. Each guest was presented a gift 'Corsage of ted rosebuds. Immediately following luncheon! the guests played bridge In the dining room at tables which were centered with arrangements of baby orchids intermingled with liny rosebuds. Members of Mrs. Ed Quinn's four table club were Mrs. S .1*. Gladish, Mrs. spencer Driver, Mrs. W. C. Mason, Mrs. J. H. flook, Mrs. Charles Sullengcr, Mrs. J. L. Ward, Mrs. Clarence Dean, Mrs. Maude Trnvis, Mrs. R. O. Bryan, Miss Blanche Cleer, Mrs. John Edrington, Mrs. Ella ^Hale. and Mrs, D. H. Blackwood. Members ol trio t-wo'table club of Mrs. Wade Quinn were Mrs. MelVin Speck,'Mrs. Jack Wilson, Mrs. Dixie Lee Wildy, Mrs. Joe Cilllom, Mrs. Bill Walters, Mrs. Darvyl Crane and Mrs. IScuce Ivy. Approximately 90 Attend Club 28 Supper-Dance The approaching: St. Patrick's Dny was highlighted throughout the decorations of the Legion Hut last night when 90 members and guests of Club 20 were entertained at the monthly supper-dance. Host.'; and hostesses for the affair were Mr. and Mrs. Chester Caldwell, Mr. and Mrs. J. Farris nlla ana Mr. and Mrs. O. L>. IcWaters. Supper was served from "U" ar- inged tables with trailing Ivy tuning the length of the tables. A rystal bowl holding vivid jonquils Uerminglcd with tiny lighted ycl- ow tapers centered t h c serving able. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Charles M. Liddle of Albany, N. Y., houseguest of her sister. Mrs R. M. Logan and family, nnci Harcy Koehler of St. Louis, who was he guest of Mr. and Mrs. Russell C. Pnrr. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Conway will leave tomorrow (or Hot Springs where they will vacation for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Dyer of Ar- morcl announce the birth of a daughter March 7 at Armorcl. The Ijnby, who Is their sixth child, has 'en 'lamed Sharon Kay, Mrs. Charles M. Llddlc of Albany. N.Y., Is visiting here as guest of her sister, Mrs. It. M. Logan, and family. Ml.v> Roberta Brncey, who Is student at Mississippi Southern College, Is the» weekend guest of tier parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Btacey. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Richard Russell announce Ihc Wrth of a smi, March 7th nt Walls Hospital They baby, who is their first child has been .named James Richard Mrs. Russell Is the former Mis? Almn Trammell. Pfc. John Anderson, Jr.. son Mrs. Cora Anderson of Blylhevilie who tins been stationed at Port Rin. Okla., has sailed lor oversea* d'Jty, it was learned here today Pfc. Anderson sailed altoanl the U.S. Army Transport the Genera A. W. Brewster.- Pfc. Anderson'? address is RA—1822—4065-Comnani C. 79th E.—Conste—BN, San Fran Cisco, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. George M. Lee am (heir liouseRuest, Mrs. Estellc An thony of Chicago, recently returnee from a 3501) mile trip In Florida Cnba. St. Petersburg and Miami Pla. Mr. and Mrs. Lee and Mrs. An thony arc spending today In Mem phis where Mrs. Anthony will leave for her home In Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. "Charlie" Stal p announce the birth of a son lesday nlrjht at Walls Hospital ic baby who Is their fourth child 5 not been named. Mrs. Stalcu the former Miss Maxlne Brittain Mrs. Vera Goodrich, accornpaniei Ann Norton, left today for t iso, Tex., were Miss Goodrich wi! the guest of Major and Mrs. W . Norton and family. Ann ha en visiting here for some time a lest of her grandparents, Mr. an "rs. Ross Stevens. Mrs. E. A. Goodrich, Mr. and Mrs oss Stevens and Mr. and Mrs. / Erdmann or Columbia City, Ind ouseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Stc ens. are spending a week in Knqx lie, Tenn., as guests of Mrs. Good en's daughter, Mrs. John Thonm id Mr. Thomas. Miss Bonnie Cook of BIytheville is been elected recording .secre- iry of the Epsilon Zcta Chapter Alpha Gamma Delta sorority at rkansas. State College, Jonesuoro. tiss Dorothy Mizell also of Blylhe- llc has been elected corresponding •'cretary. Miss Tommve Wells, daughter of p._ Enola SVrlght of. Blylheville as been elected the outstanding ersonality girl at Southern Bapst College. Walnut Ridcc, when? iie is a freshman. Vlrs. Pride Hostess Fo Luncheon Club Two guests, Mrs. W. T. Ralnwatc: and Mrs. R. A. Porler met witl ncmbers of (he Thursday Luncheon Club for the bi-monthly meeting yesterday. Mrs. Joe P. Pride, Jr. ivas hostess to the group at he: home. Luncheon was served precedini the bridge game at Individual tables Vases from which brimmed Jon q'jils. forsythia and gladioli wer in-ringed throughout (he Prlfl home. In the bridge games Mrs. W. I Pease won hicrh score and Mrs Porter second high. At Fne Hospitals ntytlieviHc Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Charlie Stalcup and City. Charles Lockrldge, City. Mrs. Clyde Bunch, city. Naomi Wood, City. June Williams', Luxora. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Leon Qtierry, III. I baby SATURDAY, MARCH TITH. Cakes - Candies - Piss All Delicious Home Made In Building Next Door to Ritz Theatre Sponsored by Catholic Altar Society THREE PART TIME Sue Burncli It's time to plan now on pretty cool outfits for summer playtime This exciting trio will (hid a welcome In every junior wardrobe- Bay midriff blouse that ties in i bow; full tiered skirt ami noa. shorts. Teen-age severs will make several sets! Pa Hern No. 8517 Is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 0. 11, 12 13, H, 10 and 10. Size 11. ton, 1 yards of 3G or M-inch; skirt, V,\ yartls; shorts, H{, yards. The Spring mid Summer PA SHION offers many ideas for ; smart new wardrobe. Special fat) lie edition — more American Des igner Originals — easy to sew style — Gift pattern printed inside. 2. cents. For this pattern, send 25 cent. In COINS, your name, address, slz desired, and the PATTERN MUM BEIl to Sue Burnett Courier News 530 South Wells Street. Chicago Send 25 cents now for the Sprln and Summer FASHION. 48 page of new'styles, fabric news, •spccla features. Free pattern printed In side the book/ Six Weeks Attendance List Is Announced k /\r. Speck Speaks To Osceola Club OSCEOLA. March 10—Two Fed- •ation Departments were renre- cntel in the program of the Osc-eolu 'regressive Club, Tuesday In its cfftilar meeting in the clrbroom. Leslie N. "Dnkle" Speck was Vn- rbdllced by Mrs. Joe Rhodes, Jr., h.llnrmn of the Legislation Dcpart- lent. "Arc we making the most of 'hat we have?" Mr. Speck asked i his tnlk on "The State, the Fcd- ral Government and the People." uggesting that the State can do nythinp it vnnts to do with taxn- ion, laws, public utilities, etc.. if eft free to do so by the govcrn- ncnt. Mr. Speck spoke briefly on! he controversial bills on States' lights, federal nld to medicine, lousing, and education, transportation, and equal rights. He stated hat most Ictlcral btlls would probably be acceptable if the power of control nnd use of the funds was eft in the hands of the Individual states. Mr. Speck closed his talk with Edgar A. Guest's "Tlic Things That Haven't hern Done HeSore." Mrs. TSailry Speaks Mrs. Harry Driver, chairman of the Extension denattmcnt Introduced Mrs. R. H. Bailey of Marked Tree, who told of her personal experience with Garden Clubs and cx- ined some of the values and accomplishments of the garden club of which she is n member. Her address inspired members to take Immediate steps to form a garden department of the local rlub. Almost the entire group signed as a list of The perfect attendance list for the past six weeks at Sudbury School was announced today by Mrs. E. F. Fry, principal. First grade—Miss Ilcblcr: Charles Berry, Jerry Martin. Linda Adams, Carol Ashby, Martha Lee Kfrksey. Barbara Lan^lcy. Linda Meadows, Ann Pollard, Berry Britt, Dclmcr Daniel, Franklin French, Davmy Lowe, Michael Scott, Jerry West. Peggy Haynes and Brcnda Scott. First Grade — Miss Harwell: Jtic Lee Burns. Wendell Chitmon. Marshall Lurl'in, Jesse Everett Moore, Larry HniTetl, Fred Glenn Proctor. William Paul Wamble, Linda Jo Cornell, Ollie Bell Goodson. Hilda Fay Bar.ics, Vivian Ann Cooper, Betty Sue Di.xon, Judith Jane Har- rcu, Leota Martin. Dolores Ann Wadkins, and Barbara Jean Webster. Second Grade Second erado—Miss Barnes: Jimmy Weatheriord, Ardcn Collier, Walter Garrison, Billy Dale Loopcr. Jerry Polsgrove, Kemp Whiseu- imt, Jr., Joe Harold Wicker, Carol ee Beavers, Dolpha Mae Cole, Sara inn Snow, Betty Jean Thompson, Inda Jo Ann Ford and Lilly Mae owe!!. Second grade—Miss Meador: Jery Lee Coleman, Robert Gene Love- ace, David Thomas Mathenla, Wilom Reid Stalcup. Freddie Carroll Vhite, Margaret Farris,. Betty Lou Gee, Cecelia Ann Henderson. Sara jOu Moodv, Rebecca Utlcy, Ronald 'razler,' William Klnnlmouth, Bilt Gene Nelson. Peggy Joyce Cochin, Doris Ann Driskell, Barbara \tin Johnson, Lana Wells and Paula \nn Holland. Third grade—Mrs. Kirkscy, James Iryan Barfesdale, Glynn Marlow Bryan, James riande Cooper. Billy Don Garner, William Jerry Gilles, Charles Edward Hayne.s, Billy Har- Hlnson, John Wayne Lovelace, Everette Dcwnync Miller. Marvin Arnold Proctor, Jerry Alfred Roun- avall, Robert Gill Wc.stbrook. Clara Lou Gilbow, Elizabeth Ann Gray, rniell Marie Kelly, Donna Gall Besharse and Carolyn Ann Webb. Third grade—Mrs. Trieschmann, hilip Farmer, Harvey Flowers. lerry Harsett. Gerald Larkin, John Mayes, Tommy Snliba, Carolyn Jordell. Betty Lcc Haynes and Sh'rley Kitchens. Fourth grade—Mrs. Wlggs: Dan- iiy Joe Bratcber, Charles Coalter, I/;p.dennte Fowler III, Taylor Francis, Jerry Lutz. David Moody. John Nelson, H. L. Rosamond, J]-., Dona] Tinker. Nancy Berry, Birdie Loi Brown. Bettye Collier, Jinimle Helen Follo'.vay, Sally Jo King, Shirley Klnninmonth and Sherry young Fourth grade—Miss Moore: Larry Burgeson, Kddlc I'aul Gilless, Clifford Goodson. Glenn Wamble, Roy Zeller; Marvin Kellner, Dcenya Blankcnship, Betty Lou 1 clonse, Louise Cooper, Nonna Joyce IVand- ley and Naclenc Yowell. Fifth grade—Mrs. Fry: Billy Baker,-Smith Brackin, Jame.i Brogdon, Stanley Cavasherc, Paul Goforth, J. T. Jnmos, John Edgar Melvin, Page O'Neal, Lyndcll Stitnfield, Darryl Lee Thompson, Lewis Weatherford. Betty Joe Cavness. Ruth Daniel. Mary Lou Garnett. Luberla Henson, Geniveie Jaratt, Ann King, Jcanette Martin, Glenda Shamlin nnd Melba Wells. Fifth grade—Mrs. Martin: James Calltrian, Larry Cmnpbeil, Wayne Honeycutt, David Nelson. Hervey Williams, Ruth Cooper, Patsy Elliot, Mary Ann Ferguson, Zetha Fisher. Billie Sue Gee Lola Lewis, Delorcs Lxuu and I/ivelcu Zeller. Sixth Grade Sixth grade—Mrs. McLean: Grady 'Gofr. Joe L. Melvin, Freddie Rounsavall, Kenneth Stanley, John Robert Stovall, Kira L. Bradley, Shirley Ellis, Linda Towler, Tmogene Freeman, Gwendolyn Golden, sue Owens, Lue Owens. Olivia Skelton, Sara Bob Stilwell, and Pearlie Sue Stribling. Sixth grade—Miss Peters: Jimmy Bratcher, Damon Farris, Richard Haynes. Robert Ray White, Jacky Web.ster, Billic Jean Alley, sue Be.vly, Jeanette Eimore, Virginia Fi-azicr, Jusinita Larkin, Virginia Richardson, Billie Ann \Vatsm and Mary Jane White. Crisp White Play-Togs \Uute fabrics dnnnfize pHy log:, tor spring Glazed white cliinlz makes little boy shorts and malcfiing bra (left) Embossed while coltun lends new interest to pedal pushers (right) h Icum with weskit that features trick ,fbaway pocket anchored by one button. Texas College Bond fo Feature Many Instrumentations in Concert Here Ocenn penrch U \ r ears. The l(X)-meniber concret bcmd frflm North Texas State College,! wlitch is scheduled to present a concert at the American legion Memorial Auditorium March 19 :it p.m., will feature instrumctita- tion of flugel horns, oboes, bassoons, and marimbas. The pre5entation, being sponsored by the Band Mothers of the Bly- ihcville High School Band, is a part of the college concert band's eight-state toiir. The music students, under the direction of Maurice McAdow. represent to\vns in Oklahoma, Illinois, Michigan, New York, Tennessee, Missouri, and Ontario, Canada, us well n.s Texas. During the morning of their BIytheville perfonnnnce. they will be guests of the various chiirchp.s and guests of ihe Band Mothers at a luncheon at the Hotel Noble. A reception will follow the coucert. Special invitation to attend the concert Ls bein» given ban- students from this vicinity. The clarinet section is 18 strong, in addition to three hais clarinets, two alto clarinets, and one contrabass clarinet .There are live tubas, three marimbas; four bassons; nine French horns, two flugel horns, harp, and a tympani. Three compose the trumpet snc- maLure at about tio*n; three the baritones, and three the pe reunion is ts. There win be four string bn. r -scs, nine flutes and three alto, two baritone and one tenor Funds from the Blyiheville performance witl be used to provide equipment nnd tour funds for the BMheviHe band. Heifer Peril Belittled After Farniet Aide Sues WASHINGTON —(/TO— A MJiry- nd farm worker sued his employer, a Washington resident, for PIASTER CRACKED? charter members qf the new Garden Department. During the business snssion. plans were discussed tor the District Pcd- ernlion meetlni; to he held in Osceola March 20 with the Osrenla Progressive Club nnd Osceola Junior Progressive Club ns hostess clnbs. Reports were made of the nro- Bress on the "Hollands Magnzino" Subscription Drive. The Progressive Club will receive half ot the proceeds and the funds derived will be used to complete payment on the auditorium chairs. Persons wishing to subscribe to "Hollands" ant! to help in furnishing equipment for Ihe new auditorium should contact members of the Progressive Club. New Members Announced New members announced at Tuesday's meeting were Mrs. Coleman Crews. Mrs. Earl Wrinht. Mrs. Lee Wesson. Mrs. J. O. Jolly, Mrs Billy Frazter. Mrs. flyman Wotn- berg. Mrs. Mclvln Lapltlcs and Mrs Ed Weiss. Eiefrcshments In tlic St. Patrick's Dny motif were served by Mrs. II. J Lcvcnstcln, Mrs. Gcorpe Rallies Mrs. J. A. PlRg and Mrs. G. B. Seagraves. Paramount News and Selected Shorts Continuous Showing Sun. 1:15-11:00 THEY'RE HE THE GSLLESPiE-HUDDLESTON EVANGELISTIC TEAM Hear Them Sing and Preach at FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE Lilly & Vine Streets Rev. E. T. 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