The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 24, 1954 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 24, 1954
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1954 Society News Pat Mullins, Society Editor * Phone 3-4461 Delegates to PEO Convention Attend Banquet and Luncheon A colorful profusion of blooming plants, spring bouquets, and greenery transformed the Mirror Room of Hotel Noble into a garden setting last night when Chapters N and D of the PEO Sisterhood were Ijosts at a banquet. Guests were delegates to the convention of Arkansas State Chapter of PEO Sisterhood, visitors, and B.I.L.'s, husbands of the members. Hiere were more than 325 attending. Entrance into the mirror room wsa Nan Nelson, John Strickland, James a trellis covered by trailing green- j Burns, Kenneth Cole and Karen ery. The large windows were bank- J Young. In the band were Sharon ed with greenery interspersed ,/ai.AfW- ] with! birdcages folding colorful bouquets. The •peakers table was outlined with Southern smilax and marble fern. A low planter, the length of the table, held yellow and white snapdragons and iily-of-the-valley. Yellow tapers burned in silver candelabra. Place cards were handmade marguerites. Hurricane lamps, spring blossoms and ivy were arranged on smaller table*. Mrs. James Roy acted as mistress of ceremonies. The Rev. Roy I. Bagley gave the invocation followed by the presentation of honored guests by Mrs. Roy. These included Mrs. C. E. Rinehard of Chippewa Palls, Wis., second vice presiden of the Supreme Chapter, Mrs Byron. Goodsen of De Queen, Ark. president of the Arkansas State Chapter, Gov. Francis Cherry past state presidents and B v I. L.'s Alvin Huffman, Jr., gave the response for the B. I. L.'s. A musical program was presented by Miss Jo Ann Trieschmann and Harry Carter Farr, accompanied by Mrs. C. Murray Smart. Climaxing the evening's entertainment was a program of music and magic by Doyne K Michie. Mrs. W. L. Horner was general chairman of the banquet, and cochairman was Mrs. James C. Guard. Other committee members were Mrs. Elton Kirby. Mrs. R. P. Kirshner and Mrs. J. A. Leech. Yesterday at noon, members of Chapter 0 of Osceola entertained the delefates at a luncheon at Hotel Noble, in the Mirror Room. The theme of the affair was Faulkner, James Burns. John Strickling, Lloyd Stanfill, Buck Alexander, Johnny Jue and George Schriher. Soloists were Jo Nan Nelson, John Strickling and Sharon Faulkner. Mrs. Jettie chairman of committee. Driver served as the entertainment rence Is Planned Mrs. Welch Is Hostess to Club Mrs. Loy Welch was hostess at her home yesterday afternoon to members of the Friday Contract Club and one guest, Mrs. Cecil Shane. Dutch iris and wygelia provided a background for the party. Bridge provided the afternoon's entertainment, during which, Mrs. Welch served frosted drinks. Winners of the games were Mrs. Welch, high score, Mrs. George Pollock, second place, and Mrs. C. W. Garrigan, bridgo. Kibitzer Club Has Party Here Mrs. Rube Carson was invited to be a guest of Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr., Thursday afternoon when Mrs. Hubbard entertained mem bers of the Kibitzer Club. Bridge, which provided the afternoon's entertainment, was won by Mrs. Carson, high score, anc Mrs. Charles Afflick, Jr., second high. Dessert was served during the afternoon. At the Hosptta/s Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: R. T. Roberts, City B. R. Phillips, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Dula Palks, City Lloyd Waldrop, Luxora Barbara Anderson, City Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: John Essery, City Evelyn Smith, City Mary Jeffreys, City "Show Boat Days." Decorations arranged on the table were miniature cotton bales filled with yellow and white spring flowers. Centering the speakers table was a miniature mule-drawn cotton wagon, loaded with tiny cotton bales and driven by a Negro man doll. A miniature show boat, flying the Osceola flag, was used at the past, president's table. Mrs. Prank Williams was chairman of the decoration committee. Several Osceola High School students presented a typical show boat program, including a skit, "The Drunkard's Daughter," and completed the entertainment, with a program of Dixie-Land jazz by the Osceola Jazz Band. Participating in the skit were Jo Members of Lake Street Methodist Church will hear a sermon tomorrow night by the Rev. E. J. Holtfield, district superintendent of the Jonesboro District of the Methodist Church. The Rev. Mitchell Sanford said today that a quarterly conference will be conducted following tomorrow evening's services with the Rev. Mr. Holifleld, presiding. Social Planned By Legion Here Tonight will mark the monthly social for members of the American Legion and their wives, at the American Legion hut. Mr. and Mrs. John Hart and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Spaeth are^hosts and hostesses. The monthly dances are sponsored jointly by the American Legion and Legion Auxiliary and are given for members and their in- i tained marriage licenses from the vited guests. j county clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe 'Parker: Howard G. Nelson of Milwaukee and Freda Irene Smith of- Blytheville. Everett A. Martin and Mrs. Helen Saathoff, both of Litchfield, 111. Marriage Licenses The following couples have ob- Club Meeting Mrs. W. A. Stickman, and Mrs. W. N. Stanton were hostesses last night to members of the Past matrons and Past Patrons Club, when a potluck supper was held at the Masonic Temple. Spring flowers decorated the tables. Rook games were conducted during the evening, when Mrs. R. A. Copeland and Gus Eberdt won the high scores. Bits of News i Osceola News By BETTYE NELLE STARB WSCS Meeting Is Conducted Mrs. Jack Buck was a guest of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Half Moon Methodist Church this week at the home of Mrs. B. F. Gay, when Mrs; O. M. Mitchell directed the program, 'Who Are the Guilty"? Participants included Mrs. R. L. lawkins, who gave the devotional, Mrs. W. R. Lightfoot. Mrs. Gay, Mrs. C. W. Garrigan, Mrs. H. C. Buck and Mrs. Jack Buck. Re- reshments were served following the meeting. UTTLB UZ— Coming Events Saturday Cotillion Club has costume dance at 9 p.m. at Hotel Noble with Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Day, Dr. and Mrs. James C. Guard. Dr. and Mrs. Milton Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cuadra, Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Rainwater. Sunday Blytheville Civic Music Association has final concert of this year's series, at 2:30 p.m. at the high school auditorium. Monday Mrs. H. H. Burnett is hostess to members of Jewel Abernathy Circle! of Trinity Baptist Church at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Bill Cook is hostess to the Evelyn Stafford Circle at 2 p.m. Mrs. Jack Chirstie is hostess at 7:30 p.m. to the Mildred Matthews Circle and Mrs. Launa Ever- League meets at the club. Tuesday Canasta Club meets with Mrs. Ernest Jackson. N. N. Club meets with Mrs. Tommie Westbrook. TLE Club has meeting with Mrs. Herman Turner. Blytheville "Lodge 18 of IOOF has meeting at 7:30 p.m. Eastern Star has meeting at the Masonic Temple. Wednesday Yesteryear Club has Some folks just aren't smart enough not to do the things they are stupid enough to want to do. Circle at 7:30 p.m. Katie Hatton Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church meets with Miss Mary Webb at the home of Mrs. E. M. Terry. Members of the Woman's Socie- y of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist Church has meeting at the church. Rebekah Lodge has meeting at 7:30 p..m. at the IOOF Hall. Tuesday Alpha ^feha and Alpha Delta Chapters of Beta Sigma Phi have 7 p. m. formal banquet and ritual of Jewels at Hotel Noble Mirror Room. Yarbro HD Club has meeting with Mrs. Punk Willis for potluck luncheon. Country Club Duplicate Bridge with Mrs. Dave Abbott. meeting Evangelist GOD HEALS TODAY Hear Evangelist Clarence C. Johnson, America's preaching; Evangelist—A man that God has raised up for your deliverance. Signs - Wonders - Miracles Of Healing are taking place in these meetings EVERY NIGHT ° 7:30 P.M Wednesday Club meets with Mrs. C A Cunningham. Mrs. J. C. Ellis is hostess to the Town and Country Club. Deltonian Chapter of the Delphian Society has meeting at Hotel Noble. Thursday Mrs. R. D. Hughes, Jr., is hostess to the Kibitzer Club. La Nueve Club has meeting with Mrs. Ben Mac White. Mrs. P. D. Foster. Sr.. is hostess at Hotel Noble for Thursday Contract Club. Friday Mrs. G. D. Pollock is hostess to the Friday Contract Club. Pitch Club Meets Mrs. W. C. Mason and Mrs. Ed Bowles were asked to be guests at The Widows Pitch Club when it met Thursday night with Mrs. H. J. jevenstein. Iris in a rainbow colors were used or the floral decorations. Mrs. A. F. Williams and Mrs. Jim Cartwright won high scores. Fresh raspberry parafaits and angel ood cake was served. PEO Meets Mrs. L. C. B. Young and Mrs. We- Iby Young were hostesses to Chapter O of the PEO, for a luncheon Wednesday at the home of the former. Spring flowers were used in profusion through the Young's home. The affair preceded the opening of the PEO convention in Blytheville. Bridge Club Meets The monthly supper-bridge club met at Cramer's Tuesday night with Miss Blanche Cleere as hostess. Garden flowers centered the table. Following supper, the group went to the home of Mrs. Charlie Hale for an evening of cards. Mrs. Ben Nickol and Mrs. C. E. Dean were guests. Mrs. Claude Lloyd and Mrs. Dean were high score winners. Bridge was won by Mrs. J. A. Pigg. Personals Mrs. Jimmy Herndon was hostess to her canasta club Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Whitworth of Booneville are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Whitworth. Mrs. Whitworth will attend the PEO convention in Blytheville. Mrs. J. H. Lovewell and Mrs. Dick Bagby left Wednesday to spend two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Lan Williams nad family in Houston, Tex. Mrs. W. J. Sheddan is a patieni n the Eye, Ear, Nose and throal Hospital in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Henry King of Detroit, arrived in Osceola Wednesday to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Taylor Edrington for two weeks. Mrs. King and Mrs. Edrington are sisters. Misses Jean and June Peagues La Nueve Club Is Entertained Red rose buds centered bridge, tables Thursday afternoon at the: Country Club when Mrs. Coleman ! Stevens was hostess for a party for members of the La Nueve Club. Dessert was served upon arrival of the guests, who spent the afternoon in playing bridge. High score went to Mrs. R. E., Green .second high went to Mrs.j Condition of George^Johns, who N. G. Jerome and bridgo went to Mrs. Lynn Hughes. Blytheville Man Wed in Chicago Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ager of Fredricksburg, la., announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Joyce Maxine Ager, to Stevie Mar- f . . „ .tin Needham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. P. A. Lasley of Little Rock Manin Needham of Blytheville. The marriage was solemnized Apr. arid Mrs. George Merrick of Nashville are the guests of Mrs. H. H. the state PEO ORDINANCE NO. 546 AN ORDINANCE CHANGING THE NAME OF HOMESTEAD STREET TO HOLLAND STREET. Passed: April 20, 1954. S/ E. R. JACKSON, Mayor Attest: W. I. MALIN City Clerk. ORDINANCE NO. 547 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 531. An ordinance providing for the inspection of gas piping and appliances and fixing fees for such: Houchins during convention. underwent surgery Kennedv Veterans Thursday Hospital Memphis, is reported to be satisfactory. Arriving today to be the guest of his sister will be R. Morris King, Mrs. King and H. N. Nelson • of Cleveland, Miss., who will be guests of Mrs. Samuel P. Norris, and family. They will be here especially for a family reunion this week end of the Robert E. Lee King family. Dr. and Mrs. Charles Moorehead of RussellvUle, Ark., were here last night to attend the State PEO Convention banquet at Hotel .Noble They are formerly from Blytheville. C. Murray Smart, Jr., third year student in the Tulane University school of architecture, at New Orleans, was named on the fall seme- qualifying persons, firms and cor- j s cer honor roll. He is also one of 10 in Chicago, where the couple is now making their home. Mrs. Needham is employed by the "American Hospital Supply Corporation of Evanston , ill., and Mr. Needham is employed at Mitchell's Manufacturing Company of Chicago. porations engaged in the business of gas fitting: fixing specifications for the construction of service lines and house piping: providing specifications for appliances: providing penalties for non-compliance, repealing ordinances in conflict herewith and for other purposes. Passed: April 20, 1954. S/ E. R. JACKSON Mayor Attest: W. I. MALIN City Clerk. The above ORDINANCE NOS. 546 & 547 are on file in the office of the City Clerk. 4/24-5/4 were home for the Easter holidays and returned Tuesday to resume their studies at William Wood College in Fulton, Mo. Mrs. E. L. Taliaferro was hostess to her canasta club Wednesday for dessert. Guests playing with the club were Mrs. J. B. Strickling and Mrs. John Enoch. Mrs. David Halle of Memphis, the former Miss Patsy Robbins of Osceola, was complimented Wednesday when Mrs. A. E. Hohenberg entertained at a luncheon at her home in Memphis. Those from Osceola attending were Mrs. Guy Robbins, Mrs. 38 students who have attained a straight "A" average. Mrs. Marcus Evrard returned last nignt irom Memphis where she spent the week with her son, Joe Evrard, Mrs. Evrard and daughter, Diane. C. E. Seeman of Mansfield, Ark., is here visiting his daughter, Mrs. Paul Pryor, and family for an indefinite stay. Arriving today to be guests of Mrs. G. W. Smith will be Howard Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pratt, M.\ and Mrs. xiert Crusoe and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Dokka and family, all of Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pasold of Milwaukee. Miss Freda Smith and Howard Nelson will be married tomorrow at the First Baptist Church. Jack Hunt was dismissed today for the weSk end from Kennedy Veterans Hospital in Memphis, where he is being kept under observation. ORA Club Has Luncheon Here Mrs. E. H. Crook was hostess this week at her home for the ORA Club's monthly luncheon and birthday party, when Mrs. P. B. Jarrett was honored. The luncheon table was overlaid by a lace cloth and the centerpiece was of Easter lillies. Purple iris decorated the living room, where the group spent an informal afternoon. County Sing Set The Pemiscot County Singing convention will meet at the Baptist Church, one half mile north of Gobler, Mo., tomorrow at 1:30 p.m. These meetings are non-denominational, Troy Teeter, president, announced. NOTICE OF SALE Approximately iy 4 acres School property at Huffman. School House has two large rooms, Teacherage is a five room dwelling.' Bids will be closed Monday, April 26. Mail rompt DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 3-4507 flours: 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. with Deliyery to 1 p.m. WOODS DRUG STORE 221 West Main St David Gwaltney, Mrs.. Carolyn Fay i bids to R. W. Nichols, Superintend- »•••••*••*•••••••••••••••••*•••••••••••»••••••••• OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS 7:00 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program Clarence C. Johnson A Special Service Saturday Night DON'T MISS IT! **«* FEARLESS ftGAN APACHE .WAR SMOKE v30 P. 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