The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 14, 1954 · Page 4
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1954 Society News • Srv»iAt-.v RHitnr 9 ] Pat Mullint, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Burton-Janet Engagement It Announced Mr, mod Mrs. Avery Burton of ateele Announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Rose Emma Burton, to Julius Irving Janet of Kftheville, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Let a. Janet, also of Blytheville. The marriage will be soleminized at Huree o'clock in the afternoon ol June « at the First Baptist Church of 8teele. Miss Burton is a graduate of Steele High School, and ia now employed toy the Bed Top Gin Company. Mr; Janet attended Blvtheville High School and has recently completed a tour of duty in the Navy. Plans for .the wedding will be antouaced. __ ^_ Special Service Is Planned A special interfaith service will "be held Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. at Temple Israel in Jonesboro, when Mr«. Joe P. Price, Jr., will review Rabbi Louis Binstock's book, 'The Power of Faith". The Rev. James Rainwater will are the invocation -and the Rev. O. L. Hargis, pastor of the First Christian Church at Jonesboro will offer the closing prayer. Rabbi Alfred Vise will conduct the §«rvices and introduce the guest speaker. . ' » Dr Biostock who is now rabbi oi Temple Sholorn, Chicago, one of the oldest and largest Jewish Congregations in America, started his car- Mr 35 years ago in Jonesboro, where m was a teacher at Arkansas State. White in Jonesboro, he was a «tu- det*t rabbi of the Temple. Lundteon Guest with Club ENGAGED — Miss Rose Emma Burton will become the bride of Julius Irving Janet June 6 in Steele, it is announced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs." Avery Burton of Steele. Mr. Janet is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee S. Janet of Blythevillc. . Willie Hunter, mother of . k B. Gee, .was a luncheon «iest at the home of Mrs. R. F. er yesterday, when she enter- members of the Thursday i?Hok roses provided the table's ceoteepiece. Bridge games conducted in the a*beraaoon were won by Mrs. R. D. -* ' and Mrs. Gee. Mid-Week Club Has Luncheon * A centerpiece of daisies adorned tht luncheon table at the home of Ite. H. H. Houchins yesterday, when she entertained members of •Hie Mirf-Week Club. •lfcs.,E. J. Cure and Mrs. C. C, Smith,'who is visiting her daughter, Mrs. S. E. Tune, were guests. Mrs. Harry W. Haines won high score at the bridge games, with second going to Mrs. A. Conway. Installs Officers Forty seven members pf Shawnee Parent-Teachers Association met Wednesday for the installation of new officers. Mrs. Robert Smith will serve as president, Mrs. Harper Dates installed them. Other officers include Mrs. Ed Bell, vice president; Mrs. Hubert Seymour, secretary; and Mrs. J. W. Speck, treasurer. Mrs. Smith conducted the business meeting in which reports were made by committee chairmen, and Superintendent M. H. Burton gave a school report. Other teachers made reports. Mrs. Ed Bell, Mrs. Harper Gates, George Allen and'Mrs. J. W. Townsend gave reports of various county and state meetings. The devotional was given by Kenneth Slucer and prayer was by Rev. James McNutt. Following group singing, the president's message and a reading were given by Mrs. E. M. Browning. The Rev. Leonard Kaffka, pastor of Joiner Baptist Church was principal speaker. Room count went to the third and seventh grades and the hostesses, the Basset group, served refreshments. Wednesday Club Entertained Mrs. H. C. Sims entertained with a two-course luncheon at her home Wednesday, when her guests included Mrs. Harry W. Haines and Mrs. C. C. Smith, the guest of her daughter, Mrs. S. E. Tune, along with members of the Wednesday Bridge Club. Mrs. L. E. Old won high score in the afternoon's games, and Mrs. F. E. Black won second. Summer flowers provided a setting for the party. Circle Meeting Is Conducted A meeting of the Marion Cook Circle of Trinity Baptist Church was held this week at the home of Mrs. C. .S Birmingham. Mrs. La Una Everett gave the opening prayer and Mrs. Raymond Dickson gave the devotional. Mrs. Max Koonce offered the benediction. Seniors Breakfast Given Here Si. a profuse setting of air castles, blue skies and clouds with silver linings, 27 Blytheville High School Seniors who are members of the First Baptist church were entertained at breakfast this morning at seven o'clock. "Dreamland," was the theme chosen for the affair. Roland Bishop, who served as "Dream Master," presented the welcome address. Carol Ann Holt and Kelley Jones presented "Dream Melodies" and preceding the "Bursting Daydreams" by Harry Ray Brooks, C. M.'Smart gave the invocation. Miss Pearl Lee took the seniors to "The Isle of Golden Dreams." in a prophesy which she read. Melbaline Hill and Harry Carter Farr presented "Beautiful Dreamer." Climaxing the program was the address, "Making Dreams Come True" by the Rev. E. C. Brown pastor and Charles Ray Newcomb offered the benediction. ... this letters start. Then froir all over the free world come sud^ comments as these from readier: of THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR, an international dailj newspaper: "The Monitor is must reading for $traight~thinking people, ..." *7 returned to school after a lapse of 18 years. / will get my degree from the college, but my education comet from the Monitor. ..." . "The Monitor givet me ideat for my work, . . " "7 truly enjoy Us com' , pony. ..." (Toit, loo, will find the Monitor informative, with complete world new*. Yon will discover a con- etraethr* viewpoint in every newi etorr. . . UM the coupon below for a special Introductory subscription — for «nl7 $3. Seiner M«nk«r •«*»•. K*r«i7 St.. Lit** IS, M«H.. U. S. A. MB* «»« M Mfwfeeurjr t*. CMMIw Mum I «»*•• ML imm} Mr. Newcornb served as general chairman and was assisted by Miss Effie Lee Terrell. Miss Pearl Lee, Mrs. Harry Ray Brooks, Mrs. Russell Baugh. Mrs. J. T. Westbrook, Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Jr., Mrs. Roland Bishop,, Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb, Mrs. Byron Nail, Mrs. Mino Dover, Mrs. G. W, Smith Mrs. Victor Stillwell, Mrs. John Tyrone, Harry Ray Brooks, Rosco Crafton and Russell Baugh. TLE Club Meets In Cherry Home Mrs. W. E. Cherry was hostess at j her home last night to members of ' the TLE Club when she invited Mrs. Bill Hodge to be a guest at the meeting. Summer flowers adorned the card tables from which desserts were served preceding the bridge games. Winners were Mrs. W. J. Cupples. high score, Mrs. Hodge, second high, and Mrs. Herman Turner, bridge. Couple Married at Milligan Ridge In a double-ring candlelight ceremony April 15, Miss Irene Dobbins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Dobbins of Milligan Ridge and Sgt. Cecil Lee Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lee of Vacavllle, Calif., exchanged marriage vows. Elder C. N. King officiated at the ceremony before the altar adorned with baskets of white stock, gladioli and white snapdragons interspersed with lighted tapers. Miss Mary Ann Ivy of Light, Ark., and Miss Jill Hollis of Caraway provided a program of nuptial music. Miss Sallie Dennis and Miss Georgia Maxwell lighted the tapers, Kay Hollis of Milligan Ridge and Caroline Faulkner of Caraway served as junior bridesmaids and brides maids were Miss Shirley Webster of Milligan Ridge and Miss Irene Evans of Manila. Miss Ona Dee Flagg, who served as maid of honor, wore a pale green ballerina net gown with matching stole and carried a larger cascade bouquet of yellow mums. , The bride, Was attired in a bailer- : ina length model of white taffeta, net, and lace. Her fingertip veil of illusion was caught by a headband of orange blossoms. Topping the white prayer book she carried was a gardenia bouquet. Sgt. Frank Mizell of Keesler Air Force Base, Biloxi, Miss., served as best man. Ushers were Eugene Dobbins, Dewayne Jackson, Jerry Webster, and Bobby Baker. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the home of the bride's parent's The couple left for a wedding trip to Hot Springs, They will make their home in Biloxi, Miss., where Sgt. Thompson is stationed at Keesler Air Force Base. Sfft. and Mrs. C. L. Thompson Bits of News / J Mrs. G. C. Bartholomew and Mrs. A. H. Bingham were hostesses for a potluck supper last night- for members of the Ruth Class of the First Baptist Church. Prayer was offered by the teacher, Mrs .Alvin Hardy, and the president, Mrs. J. Rollison, presided in a business session. Mrs. A. M. King gave the devotional. Group captains were elected during the evening, including Mi's. Bartholomew, and Mrs. Bingham. Mrs. H. C. Walls closed the meeting with prayer: Airlines Lose Money NEW DELHI (.•$•)—India's nationalized airlines lost an average of over $147,000 per month in the first four months of operation under government ownership, official sources report. This compares with reported airline losses of less than $84.000 monthly under private ownership . Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reed of Pontiac, Mich., announce the birth of their first child, a son, May 9 in Pontiac. He has been named Michael Wayne, Mrs. Reed is the former Miss Dorothy Perkins of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Scrape were in Memphis yesterday, when they were accompanied by her brother, Jimmy Moore, who went to Kennedy Veterans Hospital for examinations. He will return to Memphis next week to enter the hospital. H. H. Houchins is spending this week in Green Acres at Fulton, Mo. Mrs. Aubrey Conway is spending this Week end in Osceola with Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey White and family. She left today. Mrs. M. O. Usrey, who has been ill this week at her home is reported to be improved. Mrs. A. G. Little's condition Is reported improving. She is ill at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hughes, Jr., are planning to spend the week end in Memphis where they will attend Cotton Carnival activities. Louis Lynch is planning to go to Memphis tomorrow to attend the Cotton Carnival. Miss Reen Norris, a student at University of North Carolina, will arrive by plane tonight to be the week end guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris. She is coming particularly to attend the final parties of the Memphis Cotton Carnival. Mrs. L. E. Old, Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mlrs. Chester Caldwell are spending today in Memphis. Louis J. Blumenthal of Memphis is spending the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Parker. Kibitzer Club Entertained Mr. and Mrs. Dick J. White entertained at their home last night with a party for members of the Kibitzer Club and their husbands. Louis Lynch was a guest of the group. Mrs Johnny White and Charles Afflick, Jr., won the high scores. Traveling prize went to Dick J. White. Refreshments were served during the evening. Shownee School HasRound-Up JOINER—A pre-school round-up was held at Shawnee school in Joiner Tuesday with 19 children attending. Dr. H. M. Sanderson and Mrs. Lucy Miller of Osceola, county- health nurse, were in charge. They were assisted by Mrs. Robert Smith, Mrs. Hubert Seymour, Mrs. Joe Samons and Mrs. Warren Speck. All children who are to take follow-up shots are to report to the City Hall June 9. Another round-up will be held in September. Coming Events Friday Stitch and Chatter Club has 7:30 p.m. meeting with Mrs. Thomas Dorris. Organizational meeting of Exemplar members of the Beta Sigma Phi is to be held at 7:30 p.m. at the Rustic Inn. Vendredi Club has 7:30 p.m. meeting with Mrs. Sanford Tomliri- son. Eastern Star members will entertain for the Masons and their wives at 8 p. m. with a program followed by a social hour. Osceola Auxiliary President Names Group Chairmen OSCEOLA — Mrs. Wallace Hoke, president of the Junior Service Auxiliary, named committees for the coming year at Tuesday's meeting of the organization at the Fifty Club. They are: Mrs. Bruce Ivy, welfare; Mrs. Nathan Weinberg and Mrs. Ben F. Butler, Jr.. ear examinations of school children; Mrs. W. J. Denton and Mrs. C. L. Denton, eye tests; Mrs. John B. White, chairman, Mrs. Don Blodgett, Mrs. H. A. Segraves, Mrs. C. W. Silverblatt, finance. Mrs. Roy Cox and Mrs. Jettie Driver, civic; Mrs. James Hyatt, constitution and by-laws; Mrs. J. W. Edrington, Mrs. Sam Hodges, publicity; Mrs. Driver, parliamentarian; Mrs. Jack Wilson, expansion. •A report on the recent national convention in Biloxi was given by the three' delegates, Mrs. Driver, Mrs. Cox and Mrs. Wiison. The Osceola chapter was accepted as a provisional member at the convention. Mrs. Ivy reported that twelve pairs of glasses had been purchased for needy children. ' The Thrift Shop, fund raising project ol the club, will be opened Saturday. Mrs. Silverblatt is in charge. Mrs. Hoke told the group that Osceola had .placed in the final ten in the state Community Accomplishment Contest, for which the auxiliary prepared the report. Mrs. Hoke, Mrs. Zeke Pollard and Mrs. Ted Woods will represent the chapter at the Little Bock luncheon Tuesday when the awards are presented. The auxiliary voted to hold a bundle tea in the early fall to gather clothing for the Thrift Shop. Zoots Tied to Crime ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. County Judge George T. Naame says there's a connection between juvenile delinquency and wearing zoot suits. "It must be more than just coincidence that a high average of juvenile offenders wear zoot suits with ankle-tight trouser cuffs, long flared coats with plunging lapels and king-sized ties and shirt collars." Zany apparel, he said, gives Juveniles a false sense of courage and self importance that can lead L to delinquency. Giant Clams Clams three feet long, with a valve spread of two feet, can rightfully be claimed giants among their tribe. These mammoth creatures are abundant on Pixie Reef, near the Great Barrier. Reef ,and, at low tide, hundreds of them, some weighing as much as 400 pounds, pose hazards to those exploring- the reefs. Automat on the Farm SALEM. Ore. (#•)—An automat has replaced the roadside stand operated by a farmer. Motorists can drop a coin in the slot any time of the day or night and get "ranch fresh eggs." The automat also delivers correct change. ITS COMING 30 SETS in 30 DAYS! An easy to win, easy to enter contest. Here is all you do. Send a post card or letter addressed: Contest, WHBQ, Memphis, Tennessee, saying — My favorite Channel 13 program is (insert name of program) because, and complete the sentence in 25 words or less. That's all there is — nothing to buy — no obligation. A contest every day for 30 days. 30 winners, each receiving absolutely free a Super-V 17 inch Crosley television set. Moore Furniture Co. has a channel 13 schedule and full of information waiting for you: We've) got th* "Hit Parade" miracle Mtl \!Li! 17-INCH CROSLEY SUPER-V • Token up l«u ipacc • New Super-Vertical Circuit • Front it all screen • Light enough to carry • Tube-lift Extender • Choice of 3 flniihei WM*/ Moore Furniture Co. 306 E. Main — Blytheville — Phone 2-2660 >bn can see MlRM) on a CROSLEV PTA OFFICEES — Serving for the coming year as officers of, the Shawnee Parent-Teachers Association are (left to right) Mrs. J. W. Speck, treasurer; Mrs. Hubert Seymour, secretary; Mrs. E. D. Bell, vice president; and Mrs. Robert Smith, president. Protect delicate curtains in a washing machine by basting them into muslin bags. 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