The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 7, 1954 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 7, 1954
Page 4
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fAOBFOUK BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Society News i. Sneietv Editor * PV Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Program Given , For Wives of Rotary Members Approximately 135 members of Biytheville's Rotary Club, their wives andhguests were on hand at Blytheville Country Club last night to participate in the group's annual Ladies Night affair. Dr. James C. Guard, Rotary president, welcomed the guests on behalf of the club and -Rotarian W. Kemper Bruton acted as master of ceremonies. Following dinner, the group was entertained by members of Blytheville High .School's Masque and Gavel Club. Participating on the program were Danny Cobb, Don Coleman, Eugene Still, Jr., Peggy Taylor, Carol Ann Holt, Emily Damon, Juanita Ferguson and Eloise Richardson. Thurman Rowlett is club sponsor. Plan Program Bits of News TOP STUDENTS — Mildred Cook (left), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Cook of Osceola, Rt. 3, has been chosen valedictorian of Missco High School at West Ridge and Vivalee McDonald, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. R. O. McDonald of Etowah has been named salutatorian. They will be honored at graduation exercises May 19 . Young Churchmen of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church will observe Youth Sunday at their church this Sunday morning by a 7:30 ajn. corporate Holy Communion Service at which time they will present the youth offering. This offering is to be used for the extension of the work of the Episcopal Church on the island of Haiti. The service, in which the youth of the church will take part, will be followed with a breakfast for them at tfee parish house. Hostesses for the breakfast are Mrs. Dale B. Dunlap, Mrs. O. O. Hardaway and Mrs. Louis Cherry. At the 11 o'clock morning prayer service, ttoe youth will conduct the service under the direction of the Garden Club Meets in Home Mrs. Dave Abbott was hostess at Side Garden Club Wednesday afternoon, when Mrs. Earl Damon and Mrs. Lee Hill joined the club. Mrs. B. A. Bugg gave the opening poem, which was followed by Rev. W. charge. J. Fitzhugh, priest in Kibitzer Club Entertained Mrs. Robert G. McHaney entertained at her home yesterday for dessert bridge party when five guests were invited to attend the foefcly Kibitzer Club meeting. Attending were Mrs. A, E. Tea- lord of Luxora, Mrs. R. L. Gardner, J-r., Mrs. W. S. Rader, Mrs. Rube Carson ana Mrs. Rudolph Bitter. Ro*e«, daisies, iris and other Ipring flowers were used in the entertaining rooms. Dessert was served. Winners of the bridge prizes were Mrs. 6. W. Afflick, Jr., high, Mrs. Mrs. Iverson Morris. A business meeting was conducted when the Fellowship Tea for Friday afternoon was discussed. The club will provide decorations for the affair. Assisting Mrs. Morris on the program were Mrs. W. C. Anderson, Mrs. O. R. Redford, Mrs. A. D. Priest and Mrs W. E. Buchanan. In the arrangements contests, first prizes went to Mrs Bugg and Mrs. Leonard Smith, second prizes went to Mrs. Priest and Mrs. Taft Metger, and third prizes went to Mrs. Rawleigh Sylvester and Mrs Abbott. The Green Room of the County Wednesday, when Mrs. W. J. Pollard was hostess to members of the Wednesday Club. Guests were Mrs. C. W. Afflick, Mrs. W. B. Tanner, and Mrs. C. C. Smith who is visiting her daughter, Mrs S. E. Tune. Following luncheon, which was served from a long table centered with a bowl of pink snapdragons and pink painted daisies, bridge games were conducted. Mrs. Afflick won high score with second going to Mrs. Harry Kirby. Gary Mason, son of Mr. and Mri E. R. Mason, is among the 24 students of University of Arkansas College of Engineering, who are on a four-day inspection trip to Muskogee, Okla., and Dallas, Tex. Mrs. R. L. Bannister returned yesterday from Memphis Baptist Hospital where she had been a patient for the past two weeks. Her sister, Mrs. Fred Smith of Osceola, who had been with her, accompanied her home and will remain here for several days. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Watson, and Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Logan left this morning for Miami, Fla., to attend the Kiwanis International Convention, which begins Sunday and will continue through Thursday. W. J., Wunderlich will be in Springfield, Mo., this week end to spend Mother's Day with his mother, Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich. Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Kimbro of Forrest City announce the birth of their second child at St. Joseph Hospital this morning. The baby has a two-year old sister, Karen Lynn. Mrs. Kimbro is the former Miss Lonnie Hargett. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hargett of Blytheville. Miss Ruby McFaden of Memphis United Council of Church Women Holds Board Meeting Membets of the executive committee of the Blytheville Council of Church Women met at the home of Mrs. C. M. Gray yesterday morning with 22 attending. Sentence prayers opened the meeting. New officers, who will be installed this afternoon are Mrs. Freeman Robinson, president; Mrs. J. M. Besharse, Jr., second vice president; Mrs. Jno. C. McHaney, treasurer; and Mrs. Roy Walton, historian. Mrs, Robinson introduced the new committee chairmen. They are Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt. publicity; Mrs. Marcus Gaines, church woman; Mrs. Newton Whitis, Christian social relations; Mrs. George Dillahunty, well child clinic; Mrs. Roy I. Bagley, Christian world missions; Mrs. LeRoy Huddleston, Christian world relations. Heading the finance committee is Mrs. Harvey T. Kidd, with Mrs. McHaney and Mrs. Johnnie Johnson assisting. Mrs. John C. Maney gave the treasurer's report and Mrs. Leon Wilson reported that the First Church of the Nazarene has voted to join the council. Mrs. Walton announced completed plans for the May Fellowship Day, which is being held today. Several temporary committees were named. The committee to secure a place for recreation for migrant workers includes Mrs. William H. Wyatt, Mrs. James Roy. Mrs. Norman Speck, Mrs. E. M. Terry, Jr., Harman Taylor and John McDowell. Equipment committee includes Mrs. James Terry, Mrs. Floyd Haralson, Jimmy Jasso, Frank Brown, Roland Bishop, Mrs. G W. Dillahunty. Religious services for migrant labor will be planned by a committee composed of Mrs. C. M. Gray, and the Rev. H. M. Sanford. The president recommended that the name of the group be changed to United Churchwomen of Blytheville. The meeting was dismissed by prayer. Alex Curtis, second, and Carson, guest prize. Mrs. Miss Richardson Is Married to Jimmy Griffin In a ceremony Saturday, Miss Eloise Annett Richardson daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Richardson, of Luxora became the bride of Jimmy Griffin, of Osceola. The marriage was solemnized in Memphis. A graduate of Luxora High School, the bride is now employed by Dr. C. W. Silverblatt and the groom, a graduate of Osceola High School, is employed by Tim Bowles Motor Company. YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE SUN.&MON.-MAY9&10 In Cinemascope Combined With True Stereophonic Sound ! ! Hell and High Water •I *•* TECHNICOIOR-OEIUXE *»*« RICHARD WiPMARK-BElU DARVf.DAVID WAYNE RE-OPENING TONIGHT —F E A T U R .E— BATTER (REEK Box Offict Optns 6:30 p.m. Two Shows Nightly DELL THEATER DELL, ARK. Woman's Club Has Meeting In Tennessee guest of Miss Billie Jane Rodgers and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Rogers. Miss Rodgers and Miss McFaden were roommates at Ole Miss. They will return to Memphis tonight for the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Russell C. Farr and Mrs. C. W. Garrigan will be in Memphis tonight to attend the opera. Mrs. Leslie Hooper is In Mem phis to visit her daughter, Mrs J. P. Newel, Jr., and family, for the Mother's Day week end. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Higginson and Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Evrarc plan to be in Memphis tonight to attend the opera. Going to Memphis tonight to attend the opera are Mrs. Wilson Henry, Miss Lillian Shaver, Mis: Effie Lee Terrell, Miss Irene Brook and Mrs. F. L. Reed. Mrs. Love Adams, Mrs. Kendall Berry, Mrs. W. E. Buchanan, Mrs. B. A. Bugg, Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer, Mrs. Charles R. Newcomb, Mrs. J. V. Gates, Mrs. Lee Stiles and Mrs. J. T. Westbrook, all members of the Garden Department of Blytheville Women's Club, were entertained yesterday at the home of Mrs. J. F. Owens in Henderson, Tenn. Mrs. Owens, who formerly made her home here and was a member of the club, also invited the Bon Tres Garden Club of Henderson for the luncheon. Twenty garden clubbers attended the affair. Red and white, the club' colors, decorated the luncheon table and the entertaining rooms. Mrs. Blomeyer conducted the' La Petite Club Has Party Here Mrs. J. F. Montandon entertained Tuesday for members of the La Petite Club at her home. Roses decorated the entertaining rooms. Miss Mary Margaret Brilmaire of Nashville, Term., who is the houseguest of Mrs. Charles Gerrald, was a guest at the party. Mrs. Max Ursey won high score, with second going to Mrs. Neal Gesell and bridgo to Miss Brilmaire. Refreshments were served during the afternoon. Class Party Held In Rodgers Home Mr. and Mrs. Guy Rodgers entertained 22 members of the Sunday School Class for Young People a Baptist Church of Half Moon, wit Party Given For Mrs. Boone Mrs. Billy. Boone was complimented last night at the home of Mrs. Sanford Tomlinson with a surprise layette shower, when a pink color scheme was provided through out the entertaining rooms. Mrs. Boone was presented upon her arrival with a novelty corsage Pink rose buds in crystal bud vase, decorated vantage points about the living room. Party games were played with prizes going to Mrs. Herb Childs Mrs. Russell Mosley, and Mrs Boone. Party foods and punch were served at the conclusion of the evening. Dessert Bridge Given for Club Mrs. R. B. Stout, a frequent guest of Club Eight, entertained the members Wednesday afternoon a her home. Mrs. Loy Welch was invited to play bridge with the club. Winners of the games were Mrs G. O. Poetz, high score, Mrs. Paul Jobe, second high and Mrs. Stout bridgo. A dessert course was served. meeting in which Mrs. Ray Ha! was elected chairman for the fol lowing year. OPENS 6:45 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS^EVERY N1TE! RAIN or SHINE! LAST TIMES TONIGHT till ttii >it Ktrtii C. Ciffir r MIGHTY i JOE YOUNG ~ TERRY MOORE • BEN JOHNSON •»d ROBERT ARMSTRONG «* FRANK MeHUGH «~fl^ (, r ERNEST B. 5CHOEDSACX TrS* 'n'mil Creator W.llii OW« T* Plus Two Color Cartoons Scrmplor by, *»* Row An A SATURDAY ONLY "Desperate Search" With Howard Keel & Betsy Gray CAVE Of OUTLAWS W" • • „, ,,r *.• --•—' (MCDONALD CAREY /ffe ALEXIS SMITH *U EDGAR BUCHANAN • VICTOR JOIT Cartoon "FARMYARD SYMPHONY" SUNDAY and MONDAY FIRST BLYTHEVILLE SHOWING BAIT CLEO MOORE * HUGO HAAS JOHN AGAR A COLUMBIA PICTURE *<**** scinnpi., i* SAMUEL W. TAYLOR • >«**« ^ oir*ct«i * HUGO t«..- PLUS TWO COLOR CARTOONS 'Sock A Doodlt Doo' & "Woodptcktr Polka" ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS a tacky party this week. Games were directed by R. V. Gaines and Carl Duncan. Prizes went to Odell Barnes and Earl French. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Payne and Wfarvin Coggins were initiated into ;he class as new members. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Gosnell Students Honored at Parties Members of the Junior and Senior Classes of Gosnell High School were honored at a party this week, when Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Freeman chaperoned the group to Barfield where a wiener roast was held. The Seniors were honored later in the week by Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Lucius at their home in Gosnell with a party, which was attended by the entire "class. Mrs. Lucius was assisted in entertaining by her daughter, Peggy Lucius. TOP ARMOREL STUDENTS — Bobby Lott, daughter of T. L. Lott, has been named valedictorian and Larry Cassidy, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Cassidy, has been chosen salutatorian of Armorel High School's senior class. Bobby is a member of the girls' basketball team and the Dramatic Club, and plans to work in Washington, D. C., after graduation. Larry, who is active in 4-H Club Work and is secretary-treasurer of the senior class, plans to attend the University of Arkansas. Armorers graduation will be May 13 at 8 p. m. at the school. Birthday Party Given in Home Here Mrs. E. W. Hopper entertained with a birthday party this week for her husband and her grandson, Gary Wayne Hopper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Hoppes. Family members attended the supper party. Shattering Speed DETROIT iff) — Gerald A. Page rushed his wife to the hopital maternity center. One hand on his wife's arm and the other clutching an overnight bag, Page walked through the center's glass door and shattered it. He was treated for cuts while waiting for the arrival of his child. There is no statute authorizing the office of Senate chaplain, but it is a deeply rooted custom. -Theatre- On West Main St. In Blytheville Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat,. Sun. 1:00 On Our Wide-Vision Metallic Screen Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a., and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Roxy Program Announcements LAST TIMES TONIGHT LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature BURT LANCASTER i\ and thronging thousands in Ii$ Majesty ttteefe '»: TECHNICOLOR M FllMfO »N THE FlJllSlflMDS' JOHN ARCHER DOUGLAS DICK A COLUMBIA PI^IRF —AND— •M tf monster? Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m* Admission 15c & 35c At All Times FRI., & SAT. Double Feature —AND— * umrr ncruM* m«KT»noft Serial: "Jungle Raiders" No. 6 Cartoon: "Sliphorn King" SUN., & MON. Double Feature JOAN RICE WARNER BROS. ANDRE MOREIL ABRAHAM SOFAER 80RDEN CHASE »o JAMES HILL ' LAWRENCE KLINGMAN »» GERALD GREEN ™ - t ™,,BYRON HASKIN PAR. NEWS & CARTOON "PUPPY TALE" SATURDAY ONLY PLUS CARTOON SATURDAY Double Feature "SECRET PEOPLE" With Audrey Hepburn —AND— Jungle Jim in "FORBIDDEN LAND" Starring Johnny Weismuller Plus Cartoon & Serial THE THIS GUY HAD MAN TAKEN OVER... lilITU he had my dog ~ —AND- COLUMBIA PICTURES presents WA CAROL TXURSTON and TAMfiA (The T»lenl«d Chimp) • Sown Pin bf CJTOII roinj and Ar»ut Hoerl • Bo»d upon the taws Jiwie Jtai Km ftHsTK^/aSatt NeiBfjapef fejtwe - Produced toSm Ma» Directed brSt«c«rt8«* ^^ CARTOON "SEAPREME COURT" SUNDAY and MONDAY Sat. Owl Show 11:30 "PROBLEM GIRLS" With Helen Walker MOTSTlUKMrCftlM -. ^MTEIWATlON -AND— METIO NEWS Sun., & MOIL Double Feature "TEN TALL MEN" Starring Burt Lancaster —AND— "THIEF OF DANGER" With Paul Henreg Plus Shorts "/ must possess the man I love. heart, body and soul!" M-G-M presents the pulsating story of a woman who lives for love... filmed against the magic settings of Pans, St. Moritz, the Riviera! In color by TECHNICOLOR! ELIZABETH TAYLOR . m the /ove rfory of toe y«or wifh fh« world't greatest /ovt muticl VITTORIO GASSMAN JOHN ERICSON-LOUIS CALHERN •—i—•«*«—i_ AN M-Q-M PICTURE - ^-L^^°Jli'' CHA ^ KANIN ' ***** by RIIT " AN ° AUGU STUSGOETJ i iv CHARLES VIOOR-pnx,^ * LAWRE^EWtlNG^ *' NEWS & CARTOON " 'it

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