BLYTHEVILLK (ARK.) COURIER NEWg MONBAT AW* Society News :«« Gjvrtt^tv fiMitAr ' I Mullins, Society Editor * Mr. and Mrs. James WilHam Fields Pioneer Residents Here Observe Golden Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. James William Fields celebrated their golden wedding anniversary yesterday with a reception at their Lone Oak home with guestfc calling between the hours of three and live in the afternoon. gold candelabra holding gold ta- aers. Yellow rosebuds entwined vith ivy also adorned the table. Yellow rosebuds, snapdragons and jladioli were used profusely ;hroughout the entertaining rooms. Those serving at the reception ;able throughout the afternoon vere Mrs. George W. Dillahunty, VCrs. L. H. Autry, Miss Patty June Davis, Mrs. J. J. Morgan, Mrs. A. H. Wallace and Mrs. W. B. Mayo. Out-of-town guests were from Tennessee, Missouri, Oklahoma and other points in Arkansas. Mrs. Fields received her guests in a dress of pale blue crepe with lace trim and was presented a corsage of yellow rosebuds, which she pinned at her shoulder. in entertaining were their six daughters, Miss Lois Fields, Mrs. Arnold E. Miller, Mrs. Frank Grigeby, Mrs. Talmadge Huey and Mrs. James McMullin, all of Blythe- •viHe, and Mrs. Joe W. Coker of Memphis. jVfc-. and Mrs. Fields were married at Lone Oak by the Rev. Joe Richardson and were attended by Mist Fay Mason, now Mrs. George Stewart of Tulsa, Okla., who was present for the celebration, and Jim Bishop. / Mrs. Fields was before her marriage Miss Lydia Susan Bouey, daughter of David A. and Susan Elizabeth Boney, who came to Arkansas Jrom Bipley, Term., in 1888. Mr. Boney was one of the pioneer merchants and landowners of Blytheville, having a mercantile store in what was first known as Cook Town. Mr. Fields is the son of John B. and Lela Fields. His grandfather, the Rev. William L. Fields, was the first Missionary Baptist preacher in Blytheville. The Fields family came to Arkansas to 1841 and set- tied HI the Lone Oak Community. They have lived on the same farm since that time. "Phe refreshment table from which the guests were served was centered by a three-tiered wedding cake with gold decoration, and Marriage Licenses The following couples have ob- ained marriage licenses from the county clerk, Mrs. Eliazbeth Blythe Parker: O?ial Pearson and Laurine West, both of Blytheville. Clyde Daniels and Pauline Jacobs, both of IBytheville. smooth white swimming suit nrtM* Pign«llo struts the form wtafcta won her the title as Italy's "Miss Fashion Model of H54." Tht shapely brunette from Florence was chosen over it other contestants in San Small Home Loons A?«II*bto now. No FKA require* 1C yo« ofm your lot mnd » Mn*U ; down payment. 1. ClUbhiiOH Lbr. Co. Phone 4461 Mrs. Greenway Honored at 74th Birthday Mrs. R. A. Greenway entertained at her plantation home Saturday complimenting her mother-in-law, Mrs. Cora Greenway. Mrs. Hunter Williams of Charleston, Miss., granddaughter of Mrs. Cora Greenway, assisted with the party. Ten of the honored guest's closest friends were present for the affair, and each was presented with a corsage of Dutch iris. A birthday cake for Mrs. Greenway's 74th birthday centered the luncheon table. Pale orchid tapers set in low clusters of verbinas falnked the cake Tulips, iris and other spring flowers provided decoration about the house. Following lunch the guests were entertained informally while Mrs. Greenway displayed her gifts. Coming Events Monday Circles of Women of the Church of the First Presbyterian Church meet as follows: Circle One with Mrs. J. A. Leech at 1043 West Main Street; Circle Two with Mrs. R. L. Johnson on Highland; Circle Three with Mrs. C. C. Councille, with Mrs. J. P. Pride, Sr., co- hostess at 1500 West Walnut; Circle Four with Mrs. J. F. McCalla at 1505 Walnut, all at 2:30 p.m.; Circle Five with Mrs. Bob Turner at 704 East Walnut at 7:30 p.m.; Circle Six with Mrs. Margaret Bell at 420 Walnut at 8 p.m. Circles of Woman's Missionary Union of Trinity Baptist Church meet as follows: Jewel Abernathy Circle at 2 p.m. with Mrs. Bill Crocker; Evelyn Stafford Circle at 2 p.m. with Mrs. John Nelson; Mildred Matthews at 7:30 p.m: with Mrs. Irene Pritchard; and Marion Cook Circle at 7:30 p.m. with Miss Donna Boharmon. Rebekah Lodge has 7:30 p.m. meeting at the IOOF Hall. Tuesday High School Parent-Teachers Association has executive meeting at 2:30.p.m., and regular meeting at 3 p m. Mrs. O. E. Quellmalz and a panel of students will present the program. Zeta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society has 7:30 p.m. meeting in the Colonial Room of Hotel Noble. Octave Club has meeting with Mrs. Leon Oenning. Mr. and Mrs, J. W. Shinn are hosts to Tueve Club. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has meeting at 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. Milton Howard and Mrs. Dick Watson as hostesses at 1501 Walnut. Tuesday Canasta Club meets with Mrs. Mike Meroney. N. N. Bridge Club has meeting with Miss Mary Noe. Country Club Bridge League has meeting. Order of Eastern Star has meeting at the Masonic Temple. Blytheville Lodge 18 of Independent Order of Odd Fellows meet at 7:30 p.m. Charlevoix Chapter of DAR has 1 p.m. luncheon with Mrs. George D. Pollock and Mrs. Crawford Noble. Wednesday Sudbury PTA has 3 p.m. meeting Bits of News Miss Sue Carol Orsburn and Miss Charlotte McMullins of Union City were the week end guests here of Miss Orsburn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. .R Orsburn. The girls are now living in Memphis. Dr. Alfred Vise, who as a delegate of the I. Miller Lodge attended a two-day convention of Arkansas State Association of B'nai B'rith Saturday and Sunday in Hot Springs, was elected a member of the board of the association. Dr. Vise gave the invocation Saturday at the executive board, addressed one of the Sunday sessions on the importance of interfaith relations, and pronounced the benediction as the newly elected state chaplain at the close of the convention. Mrs. C. L. Blaylock was admitted to Baptist Hospital in Memphis today, where she will undergo major surgery tomorrow morning. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hoffmann announce the adoption of a daughter, whose name is Phyllis Ann. Phyllis, who was adopted Friday, is eight months old. Miss Marilyn Dougherty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Dougherty of Blytheville, won second place in the informal essay contest at Blue Mountain College. Her essay was on "Things Parents Forget." The contest was held prior to the Southern Literary Festival Association. Harold Wright and Buddy Phillips have been initiated into the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity at University of Arkansas. Sonny Stires of Blytheville has been elected music chairman of the Baptist Student Union at Arkansas State College. Cpl. and Mrs. James Westbrook and daughter have arrived home from Fort Hood, Tex., to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hearn and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Westbrook. Steven Banister underwent a ton- silectomy Saturday at Chickasawba Hospital. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Banister, he has been dismissed. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hudson and Mrs. Thelma Sherrod are leaving today for Florida, where Mrs. Sherrod plans to make her home at Tampa. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Margaret Miller, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Mable Lawhorn, Steele Elroy Baker, City Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Steve Banister; City Gary Bevill, City Mrs. Ida Mukey, Steele Mrs. Hoyt Brown, City Thelmon Montgomery, Wilson A. G. Little, City Mrs. Willie Kenwright, City preceded by 2:30 p.m. executive board meeting. Chapter "D" of PEO has 1 p.m. meeting with Mrs. C. W. Afflick. Dogwood Home Demonstration Club meets at the club. Deltonian Chapter of Delphian Society has 10 a.m. meeting at Hotel Noble. Thursday Thursday Club meets with Mrs. W. B. Tanner. Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at Hotel Noble. Acrobat does STRAP MAGIC for smart little ^ / EASTER Parsers! Even dainty pumps have the Acrobat wEAR-Guaranteed BONDED SOLES. STRAPS are biggest fashion news this Easter. And Acrobat has done wonderful Strap-Happy Easter Slippers. In patents for parties, trira tailoreds you'll wear later for school. In black and dashing Spring colors. Come in this week for our very special Fashion Showing of what's new for you for Easter. SMOES KM IOVS AM SMIS According to Sn* The N«w m Shoes is Acrobat! rout FiriiwDtr $NOI sroti Birthday Party Compliments Mrs. Haynes Mrs. T. H. Haynes wa* complimented at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Russell C. Fair, yesterday afternoon in celebration of her 80th birthday. About 100 guests called between the hours o£ three and five. The coffee table in the living room where guests were entertained was centered by a low antique dresden" bowl, filled with white snapdragons and white stock. An imported Italian cloth overlaid the refreshment table, which held a birthday cake edged with fern and pink carnations. A fan shaped bouquet of white snapdragons and stock centered the Duffet, Mrs. Haynes received her guests wearing a pale blue crepe dress, which was touched with white. She was given a gardenia corsage. Presiding at the refreshment table were Mrs. Phillip Hehn, Mrs. Arthur Rushing, Mrs. C. S. Lemons and Mrs. Tom Jackson. Others assisting were Mrs. Marion Williams, Mrs. Loy Welch, Mrs. Joe Trieschmann, Mrs. E. B. Woodson, Mrs. C. E. Wilson, Mrs. J. W. Shouse and Mrs. R. H. Farr. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Larry Lindell and Miss Anna Jean Lindell of Memphis. • During the afternoon, movies were made of the party. Variety Club Entertained Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hodge and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Lanham were hosts and hostesses to members of the Variety Club Saturday night at the Jaycee Building. New members introduced were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bourzikas and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hall. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Vernon B. Warr, Mr. and Mrs. Kelley Welch, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brown and Mr. and Mrs. John Palmer. • Polka dot cloths centered the small tables at which the guests were seated, and flowers flanked by tapers decorated the buffet table. Signer Students Half of the 56 signers of the Declaration of Independence were college bred; 16 had "classical" educations; two were instructed entirely by tutors; and 16 had very little learning. MOX -Theatre- On West Main St. In Blytheville Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat.. Sun. 1:00 On Our Wide-Vision Metallic Screen • ••••1BVKMIIKMMWMMMHMMMI LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature Cartoon & Short TUES., & WED. Sports Togs For Girls 8103 6-14 yn. Sue Burnett Here is a darling three piece play set for young girls — bra top, skirt and pocket-trimmed shorts. So easy to sew, too. Pattern No. 8103 is in sizes 6, 8, 10, 12, 14 years. Size 8, bra and skirt, 1% yards of 39-inch; shorts, iy 8 yards. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, HI. Spring '54 Basic FASHION contains a wealth of smart, easy to sew styles for all sizes. Colorful, informative and interesting. Send 25 cents today for your copy. Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature Danctet Showboat Ever! For the Benefit of Blytheville Shrine Club Tuesday and Wednesday Nights. —DOUBLE FEATURE— -AND- PLUS CARTOON B« Sura to Gtt Your Card on "luild Your Own Jackpot" -AND— ?. s«trWMH!coto' ^TECHNICOLOR JQMMRT2 • Stay mi Sown Pliy Df taVMLOR SCOTT*> sm warn • umi m ty mujoii CASTU METRO NEWS TUES., WED., & THURS. Double Feature 'WARNER BROS: OF SIERRA MADRE WAIT* TIM MUCI KON HOU BENNEH WAftNM MOS. tMElEASE — AND— PLUS CARTOON Members erf the Garden Glub of Biytheviile High School invited their dates to the annual formal banquet sponsored by the g-roup on Friday night at Hotel Noble. The Mirror Room was decorated with a country garden theme throughout. Miss Luna Wilhekn is sponsor of the g-roup. Special guests were Club Dance Is Gw» M-r. and M-r-s. W. D. Tommey i&r. ana J*rs. J. J». Shi-eat. A program of mwsic was pro* sented including a trutapat solo by Dolores Harris, accompanied by Ralph Nichols, and a *oeal solo by Shir-ley Fosey, accompanied by Betrfy Crocker. Favors at each pteee were oar- nations. Iff us Are Wrong UHMETr. Idaho (&)— R. O.Mc- Maham, a real estate agent, figured it was just a routine request when he asked the city council for permission to put up one of those wooden signs he'd seen over the sidewalk to front of other business houses. The council looked In 1*ie statue book to make sure, found a 36-year -old f-ire ordinance on the subject, and had to order aft the wooden signs ia&en down. WHITE SHOULDHW The Perfect Frafrano* For Tour fiaat*r P»ra4*t ON MAIN ON OUR METALLIC CURVED SCREEN Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Rosy Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY KEKBRASsaLE'MARiLYN (AS EDDIE CANTORJ . : ««"" r WHAUNE MacMAHOrf«M t WILL ROGERS, Jr.Ai MMMJ^ ^ IERCEMAN M.OS1DNET SKOISKY- JJrS'iSSi' • S * SS> ^' PAR. NEWS & CARTOON "RUGGED BEAR" TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY PEEK-A-BOO-LA-LA! 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