The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 29, 1950 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 29, 1950
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PAGE FOT7B BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1980 Jan* 'Shelton, Society Editor PtaOM 4461 Bridal, Scene Party , Honors Miss Hargelt . A miniature bridal scene, In pink "«nd blue, topped the dining table of the Walter Bishop home for the miscellaneous shower last night, fet: Jng Miss Lon Jo Hargett, bride-elect of Hunter Lane Kimbro. Mrs. Ro- Itnd Bishop was hostess to three "'tables of guests for the affair. A tiny bride doll, dressed In whit* "molrre taffeta with a wispy net * trite, arid groom, with four brldes- (jnalds gowned In starched pink lace, flood under an arch fashioned of •'stiffly starched white lace, to form a bridal study. Burning white tap- pers flanked the figures to provide the only, lighting for the scene. The j entire- sturly was ret In garlands , of -greenery. ' -* Tiny cupids, holding clusters of i**weetpe»5, centered the individual tables at which the guests were seated for the ; dessert course preceding the canasta game. Further repeating "the pink and white theme/were '.the white tallies. adorned in shaded 'pink, used during the evening. Bowls filled »lth pink gladioli completed the bridal scene. * Miscellaneous gifts were presented •Miss . Hargett after which canasta j. was played with Mrs. Rauion Mor, ton winning high score and Mrs. >Don Stearns low. i A gift corsage of pink carnations ..were presented the honoree, who was dressed in a navy blue light- height woolen suit, with which she wore . black /accessories. -, \ Special guest of the occasion was -ifrs. J. J. Hargett, mother of the , honoree. Mrs. Bishop was assisted during the evening by Mrs. Walter Bishop. • • • • !Tim Killett Honored With Birthday Party Ten httle boys and girls gathered »t the J. E. Killett home on Walnut. Street Monday afternoon to celebrate the fourth birthday , of Tint Killett. pink and blue was the -^chosen color scheme with decorations In keeping /with these colors being placed throughout the entertaining rooms. During the afternoon, the guests pinned the tail on the bunny rabbit arid had an Easter egg hunt During the games, prizes were presented Gail Edwards and Johnny Ml. Loops of green cocoanut, holding tiny candy eggs, topped the /large itlrthday cake which was cut and 'served, with ice cream and party foods during the afternoon. • • • Surprise Party. Given ' H. C Blankenship TO BECOME MAY BRIDE—Miss }orothy Faye Frazier, daughter of ir. and Mrs. Leslie Frazier of lorehouse, Mo., will become the ride of Laddie Hnrtwell Shaffor, on of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Shaffor f Morchousc In a ceremony to be erformed May 13. Way Nuptials Planned 3y Miss Frazier Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Frazter of lorehouse, Mo,, are today announc- ig the engagement nnrt approach- ng marriage of their daughter, Miss Dorothy Faye Frailer, to Laddie Hartwell Shaffor. Mr. Shaffer is the on of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Shaffor f Morehouse. Miss Frailer was graduated from he School of Nursing at Baptist Memorial Hospital and has" since hat time been connected with the Delta Community Hospital in Slkes- on. , Mr. Shaffor attended, business :ollcgc at Bowling Green, Kentucky, ind at the present time Is employed n St. Louis. ••,'•'.'' The wedding will be solemnized May 13th. I The Jaycee Olub was the Rctt * fast night for a surprise blrthda: party honoring H. O. Blankenship j Mrs Blankenship was hostess to ; approximately 30 guests who gathered for an evening of Informal entertainment. During the evening the groui presentee! gifts to Mr. Blankenship Assorted party foods were served during the affair. Aflrs. Usrey Entertains At.Country Club ' Two guests, Mrs. Loy Welch and Mrs; Joe P. Pride, Jr., met at the Country Club with La Petit* Club •when -Mrs. Max O. Usrey was hos- ' less r to the group for the weekly dessert bridge yesterday afternoon Narclsisus and jonquils, arrange< !n a pottery vase, were placed In the entertaining room. During the afternoon, high score was . won by Mrs. Welch, seconi high by Mrs. W. P. McDanlels' and bridgo, Mrs. Neal'Gesell. : Monthly Meeting ' Is Conducted The; monthly meeting of th Friendship Class of the First Bap fist Church was held last night a the Forrest Moore home when Mrs Moore and Mrs. James McCall wcr hostesses to the group. Mrs. James Fisher gave the open Ing prayer after which Mrs. Pa Chllmon, class president, preside over a brief business session. Mrs. C. L. Evans presented th final devotional In the scries o Soul Winning. The meeting was closed with season ot prayer. Bouquets of scarlet gladioli an greenery and giant Jonquils wcr placed throughout the home. Th.. hostesses served cake and coffee following the adjournment. Bits of News laster Motif Party * etes Tuesday Bridge Easter baskets from which brimmed vivid jonquils, topped the Individual tables at which the members of the -Tuesday Bridge Olub were seated yesterday when Mrs. E. J. Cure was hostess to the club at her home. A dessert course was served preceding the bridge game in which high score was won by Mrs. Ritey Jones and second high by Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon. YWA's'Conduct Joint Meeting Nine members of the YWA of the First Baptist Church were guests Monday night with 14 members of the Calvary Baptist YWA who met at the home of Misses Mary Agnes and Bonnie Peoples. The meeting was to , discuss the Associatlonal meeting which will be held May I. Those attending from the First Baptist Church were: Misses Opal Jean McDermott, Maxine Hill, Ber- nlce, Clifffe and Lou Nell Overman, Mary Cockrell, Nancy Warmack, Katherfne Westbrook and Mrs. Roy Head, Mrs. Head led the opening prayer after which a business session concerning the Association!)! meeting was held. Miss Jean Norman led the closing prayer. Sandwiches and iced drinks were serve '. by the hostesses during the evening. Miss Edna Peeples was a guest with the group. Condition of Mrs. Tommle James who has been 111 at her home in the Clear Lake Community for several days with influenza and pneumonia, ' Improved. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Coolc of Memphis left this morning for their home after having spent several days here as guests ol their daughter, Mrs. Robert Hodg: and family. Mrs. I. O. Westbrook has returned from Sun Angelo, Tex., where she spent the winter months as guest of her son, I. o. Westbrook, Jr., Mrs. Westbrook arid family. Miss Betty Reid, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Tommy Reid, is spending several days In West Point and Starksvllic, Miss., as guest of relatives mid friends. ^ Condition of Mrs. Maliory Horn who Is ill at her home on 21st street is Improved. She will be able to be out In several days. Mrs. Albert K. Taylor has been returned to her home from Walls Hospital where she had undergone treatment for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Guy are spending today in Memphis Condition of Billy Held, who Is confined to his home at 2133 Carolyn with bronchitis, Is satisfactory Condition of Charley Weedman who underwent an operation yesterday at Memphis Baptist Hospital, Is satisfactory. His 'daughter Mrs. H. E. LaShot b with him Mrs. Turner Wallace is spending several days in Memphis as gues of her sister, Mrs. Damon Rice an< family. Mrs. Wallace went especially to consult a doctor. Mrs. W. A. Sheridan of Senatobla Miss., spent yesterdny In Blythevill as guest of her daughter, Mrs George Hubbard, Jr., and Mr. Hub bard. J. C. Roach was admitted yester day to Kennedy General Hospttn In Memphis, where he will underg treatment. He was accompanied t Memphis by Hugh Hudson, who re turned home last night. Guest Speaker Addresses RA's Leno Bounds was guest speak, last night at. the meeting of th Intermediate RA's of Calvary Bap list Church. Mr. Bounds discusser the Foreign Missions. Preceding the ' meeting, the members spent an hour in rccrea tlonal activities. The opening pray er wns led by Dan Atkins aft which Mr. Bounds addressed th group. The meeting was closed wit prayer by Mr. Bounds. Vernon Boyd Is counselor for th group. Marylynn Shlvley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Shlvley, has seen named and crowned queen of he Junior High School basketball teams. Marylynn, who was selected ly student vote, was crowned al ;ame ceremonies, recently, by Emadell Swearengen, queen of 1949. At- endants were, Linda Taylor, Gallya Stllwell. Frances Rose, Shirley Burns, Betty Barger, Venlta Crump icrta Ann Galnes, Joan Freeman Dorothy Langley, Edna Pressnei: ind Viola Meyers. , • Bobby Chlldrcss was also crownec Icing of the basketball teams in the ceremonies. He wa.s crowned b: Johnny O'Brien, king of the 1949 earns. Escorts for the atlendants were Tommy Mosley, Thomas Mabry fere Strickland, Ralph Snydcr Drewcry O'Dell, Carl Brown, Billy 3urnham, Harry Lum, LuDon Gil bert, DcWayne Graham and Leon ~Wvett. Spaghetti (upper at the Legion ut sponsored by .the Flat Lake Club Ladles. Supper served from 8:30 to :30 p.m. • i. Fellowing meeting at Calvary B*p- 1st Church at 7:30 pJn. Dorcas Claw of Calvary BaptUt 'hurch has monthly buslnen meet- ng at the Herman Mayea born* on •layea St. • Mrs. W. J. Cupple* hocteu to Ivalon Club. Thursday Night Club me«U with ATS. Charles McDanlels. Mrs. Grover Wren entertain* the 'hursday Rook Club at her home n Osceola. ' Mrs. O, W. McCutchen hostm to he Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. Harry A. Halnea entertains he Kibitzer Club. Mid-Week Club meet* with Mrs. ,ubrey Conway. Marinate ^cooked snap beans in the liquid left:'from sweet mixed pickles or gherkins and serve as a. relish or with salad greens. PTA's Conclude Study Courses The Junior and Senior High PT/ neld the final study in the series o Parent Education courses Monda night in the Home Economics Col tage of the High School. Miss'Effte Lee Terrell, vocationa guidance counselor for the hig school, wns leader for the stud t "What Do Psychology Tests Real] Tell?" In her discussion, which wa the first in the evening series, Mis Terrell .spoke on the variety, grou and individual tests given to hit; school and college students. She als spoke concerning employe appfican tests. Miss Rosa Hardy, assistant super Intendent of schools, discussed th merit of tests given to high scho students. She especially stressed th advantages the tests could give teacher in understanding and aldli the pupil. She nlso explained wl pupils and parents usually are n told the exact Interpretations ol tr psychology tests. . Earl B. Nail, junior high .scho principal, discussed the tests give to Junior High School students. M Nail'spoke on the recreational in ventory tests thr.' he hoped won Eoon be available to all Junior hlg school students. He stated that teachers could find the students c: tra. currlculur Interest he would 1 able to correlate It with the scho work. A report on the North Central Associational meeting of secondary high school and colleges, which was held recently in Chicago, was given ^rrr by W. D. Trimmcy, high school prin- Coming Events Social Calendar \Ausical Program 3 resented PTA The' Blytheville High School Glee Jlub, under the direction of Mrs. . Wilson Henry, presented a mus- cal program yesterday afternoon at he monthly meeting of the Junior Ugh School PTA. The Girl's Glee Club sang. Thanks Be to and" and "So's 1 Jan Write My Name." The Boy's quartet, composed of Robert Walers, Earl Coppedge, Fred Gore anc 3amiy Cobb. sang, "The Quartet.' The Boys Glee club sang, "All Through The Night" and "Kemo— KImo." The mixed glee club presented, "Oh, No John" with Betty "iargcr and Kelly Jones, soloists, and 'Soldier, Soldier, will You Marry vie" with Donna Dedman and Danly Cobb, soloists. The group also •nesentcd the novelty tune, "The Safe Side." The principal speaker for th' afternoon was Miss Alice Marl' Ross, Yarbro faculty member, wh' discussed clinics and methods o helping children overcome hearin and speech impediments. Mrs. C. M. Abbott gave the de volional after which Mrs. Paul Jobe presented a summary of the Na tional PTA president's message fo March. Mrs. Joe Fergi presided over the business meeting, during which time the group voted to send Mrs. W. D. Cobb, incoming president, to the state convention in Little Rock, April in. 11 and 12. They also agreed to send a gift to'the National headquarters to apply on the national building fund. The group voted to present gifts to Miss Mary Delia White and I "iss Betty Lou Wilson, home economics" teachers, in appreciation of the use of the Home Economics SPORTS CLOTHES )ell Kiwanis Club Completes Plans For Governor McMath's Visit May 9 By Sue Burnett Cool and cfcitortable with a rial, for figure flattery Is this princess sundress that's as cute as can be The brief sleeved jacket turns It into a handsome street costume. Pattern No. 8585 is « scw-rite perforated pattern In sizes 9, 11, 12 13, 11, 15, 16 and 18. Size 11 dress 3% yards or 36-Inch; jacket 1% yards. Don't miss the Spring and Sum mer FASHION. This latest Issm is colorful, informative, .— a com plete pattern magazine. Fabric nets ^fashion tips, a wealth of smar frocks to sew for slimmer are al included. 25 cents. For this pattern, send 25 cents in COINS, your name, 1 address, siz desired, and the PATTERN NUM guson, president BER to Sue Burnett. Courier News business meeting, -™ 0 South Wells Street, Chicago 7 Send 25 cents now for the Sprin EUld Summer FASHION- 48 pane of new styles, fabric news, specia features. Free pattern printed in side the book. Cottage during the year. In the room count, Miss Avis Howard and Mrs. R. I. Thompson's rooms tied for seventh grade winners. Mrs. H. P. Willingham's home room won the eighth grade prl7e. Following " adjournment, refreshments were served. cipal. Blytheville is one of 3000 accredited high .schools In the North Central area. There are 400 accredited colleges. Mr. Tomtney concluded the meeting with this thought Beer Missed by Visitors STRATFORD - UPON - AVOIv England—(/P)—Americans find th hometown of Shakespeare a fin place hut there are some things the miss here. For example, beer afte the theater (saloons close early coffee at the inn ami "Californi sunshine." : That's what some ~6f them sa in answering a questionnaire sub milted to 1949 overseas visitors. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital ' Church Choirs To Stage Sacred Cantata Sunday 'The Crucifixion", a sacred can- at by Sir John St'ainer, will be resented at 7:30 pjn. Sunday at lie First Christian Church In Bly- heville. The presentation, a story of the rial and crucifixion of Christ, will e presented by the combined choirs f the First Presbyterian Church of Osceola and the First Christian 3hurch of Blytheville, and Is sched- led to be repeated at the Osceola hurch at 7:30 p.m,, April 1. Mrs. Dalton C. Fowlston, organ- st and choir director for the First Christian Church of Blytheville Is ondnctlng the cantata. Karry Fritztus, Jr., will be the enor soloist; and Dalton C. Fowls- oil, director of the First Presbyterian Church choir at Osceola, will Ing the bass solos. The combined choirs will have approximately 50 voices and Mrs. )ona!d Wertz will play the organ Lccoms>aniement. Beth performances will be open o the public. Buffalo Bill Books Bother Berlin Reds BERLIN, March 29. (A>)—T h e Soviet press chided East Berliners today for wanting to read "Buffalo Bill" books. Taecliche Rundschau, official organ of the Russian Army in Germany, said the books about the adventures of the old Indian fighter and some "crime novels" came from West Berlin. The Rundschau was disturbed Jaat Eastern Germans were buying Lhe books. It said the import of such literature is forbidden. Oov. Sidney McMath Is slated to visit Dell, May 8, It was announced last night at the meeting of the Klwanls Club at the High School Cafeteria, The club will sponsor hi« appearance there. He will address the Kl- wanlana at a dinner meeting and speak later at a open meeting at Ihe high school audllorium. More than 100 Kiwanians and guests will hear him at 7:30, and go with the governor to the high school for Ihe 8 p.m. speaking engagement. /** The Rev. M. R. Griffin was nanii ed chairman of the committee to complete plans for the visit. The Rev. E. H. Half, and A. B. Smith, Jr., will work with the Rev. Mr. Griffin on the meeting plans. R. B. Crawford, club secretary, last nijrht reported on the District 16 of Kiwanis meeting, which wan conducted at Paragould Sunday. About 50 representatives, including five from the Dell Club, from Pocahontas, Jonesboro, Rector, Blytheville, Osceola, Paragould, attended the meeting. The Rev. E. H. Hall ot Dell appeared on the program. Others attending from Dell were Mr. Crawford, Gleiin Cook, John Stevens, Jr., and Oral Hunnicutt. The club last night endorsed a resolution congratulating A. E. Caldwell, superintendent of Dell Schools, on the school's being rated in the North Central As-oclation of Colleges and Secondary Schools. It Is the highest rating a high school can have. The Rev. Mr. Hall, chairman of the Red Cross collections, reported that $53(5 had been collected toward the t6CO quota setup for Dell by the Clvicknsawba District Chapter. Charles Kennett, in charge of last night's program, shotted a film on the Orange Bowl football games. Artist Exhibits Skill At Countless Vocations ROCHESTER, Minn. (AP)—Enrique Arguellcs has had a varied vocational career, but through it all has run a consistent painting career that started with his high school clays in Spain. Currently, he is completing murals on the walls of the tap-room in the hotel where he is employed as a bartender. The 47 year old artist has worked as a hospital cook, a police officer, a machine shop loreman and for five years was a special administrator for president Lazaro Cardenas of Mexico. His Interest in art is strictly a sideline. Much of his work has been exhibited. He has painted scores of landscapes and florals. Four of the latter were exhibited several months ago in the Rochester Art Center. You can broil fresh mushrooms without turning them!' : just put a little butter in the. .cavity and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Ritz Shows Now at Roxy While the RITZ THEATRE Is tinder construction this summer, yon can enjoy your best pictures at KOXTf THEATRE where we have just installed'AIR CONDITIONING. We will ran CONTINUOUS SHOWS rvcrj day in the k The Best in Entertainment Every Day Tuesday & Wednesday BAGHDAD with Maureen O'Hara • and Vincent Price ' and Selected Short Spaghetti Supper To Be Given March 30th is the date selected for the Spaghetti Supper, which will be given by the Flat Lake Club Ladies at the American Legion Hut. Supper hours from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Homemade pies will be served. Baptist Group Plans Meet A fellowship meeting, under the direction of the Adult Unions, will be held Thursday night at Calvary Baptist Church. The program, which begins at 7:30 p.m., will be for the every age group. , During the evening refreshments will be served!. REPEAT PERFORMANCE We're Going to Do It Again! Another Special Surprise Party Jaycee Clubhouse, Fri. March 31 8 P. M. Bring Your Friends and Have Fun! UMM Easier Fashions have arrived Do come see them! JIEDEL'S Soy It With Flowers" Blytheville FLOWER MART chool education Is not to prepare liitiren for college, alone, but to repare the great majority for im- cdinte vocation." Mrs. Paul Long, City. Mrs. John Wagnor, City. Mrs. Albert K. Taylor, City. Jerry. Glenn Johnson, Rt. 2. Paramount News & Selected Short* Continuous Showing Everyday GEM Roxy Shows Now at Gem The Gem Theatre will be ope» every night with continuous show* on Saturday and Sxmdaj Last Times Today DOUBLE FEATURE You'll be the grandest lady . . . if you choose a lovely new Easter dress from Feinberg's. Select the shade and style most becoming to you in the fashion wise dresses of Jonathan Logan, Daryl, Bea Young Juniors, Laura Lee. And the nice thing about it is that you can have the dress at such a reasonable price at Feinberg's. Come in soon. One Sunday Afternoon with Dennis Morgan and Janis Paige Force of Evil with John field Thursday & Friday (DOUBLE 8.99 to 29.95 "•a"— M-fi-K prints imi MMTM.BM FEINB

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