The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 5, 1954 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 5, 1954
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PAGE TJTO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1954 Mrt. Nathan Wade, Society Editor Society News Sor.ietv Editor I Phone 3-4461 Joiner Girl Becomes Bride JOINER — Mr. and Mrs. Gillie ; Wright announce the marriage of , their daughter, Miss Reta Virginia Wright to Robert Douglass, son of • Mrs. Flora Douglass, all of Joiner. The wedding was solemnized on April 24th at Senatobia, Miss. .The bride and groom were members of the 1954 graduating class of ; Wilson High School where they were Mr. and Miss Wilson High . School. He was captain of the football team and she was football ' queen. The groom has been awarded a scholarship to the University of i. Arkansas at Payetteville, where they are planning to live. Kibitzer Club Meeting Is Held Mrs. Johnny White entertained members of the Kibitzer Club Thursday afternoon at her home on Walnut Street. Mrs. Rube Carson was invited for the afternoon with the club members. In the bridge games, which provided entertainment, Mrs. Jim Smart won hiph score, with second going to Mrs. George Kubbard, Jr. Desserts were served upon arrival of the guests. Mrs. Robert Douglass Girls Activities Planned by Y A series of special activities forf girls has been planned by the "Y' to begin Monday, June 7 and extend through July 17, according to Miss Margaret Wright Girl's Secretary. Among the featured events will be both class instruction and picnic style or recreational programs. Instruction in drawing and sketching will be given at the "Y" rooms on an elementary level, with classes meeting at 10:00 a. m. on Mondays. Dorothy Willingham will be one of the instructors. This is one of the classes in which boys may enroll. Each Wednesday will be devoted to recreational features, such as all-day picnic at Walker Park, with picnic lunches and a swim in the early afternoon. Early morning cook-outs are scheduled for the Friday morning groups. A cooking class under direction of Mrs. Helen Carr, home service director of Ark-Mo Power Co., has not been scheduled definitely, but wQi be open to girls who have finished the sixth grade. Enrollment in aH these activities can be made by catting Miss Wright at the "Y" or by visiting the "Y" rooms. At the Hospitals BlytfaeviHe Hospital Dismissed: Johnny Johnese, city Mrs. George Michie, Caruthers- viiie Mrs. M-ayo McDermott, city Mrs. J. W. Massey and baby, otty JEM;. Albert Hogan, Armorel jSsttier Weeden, city Chickasawbu Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Willene Logan Danny Dunham, city .Mrs. H. A. Evatt and baby, city Mrs. Bessie Gifford, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Betty Hargett. city Mrs. Elbert Allen, Hornersville Mavis Shelton, city Willie Lucas, Gosnell Layette Shower Given in Home A suprise layette shower honoring Mrs. Bob Jamison was given last night in the home of Mrs. Ray S, Johnston, with Mrs. Johnston, Mrs, Sam Haynes and James Nebhut as hostesses. In the games played during the evening prizes were won by Miss Willie Nebhut and Mrs. Frank Seay. The gifts were opened by the honoree. after which the hostesses served a dessert course. The centerpiece on the dining table was a novel arrangement of pink, blue and white flowers interspersed with floating clouds and storks. HD Club Holds Meet in Joiner JOINER. — The Bardstown Home Demonstration Club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Hubert Seymore with 16 members and one new member, Mrs. Henry Woods, attending. Mrs. Gillie Wright gave the devotional which was followed by group singing and business reports. Plans were made for a county council picnic to be June 16 at Luxora. Miss Betty Smith, HD agent, presented a demonstration. During the social hour, Mrs. Joe Samons served refreshments. Homemakers Class Has Meeting Here The Homemakers Class of the First Baptist Church met Thursday Anight in the home of Mrs. Bill Robertson with Mrs. W. 8. Giblow as co-hostess. The opening prayer was given by Mrs. Jack Vowell, Mrs. Lane Nowell presided over the business session, the devotional was given by Mrs. W. S. Marble and the closing prayer was by Mrs. Paul Belew. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Coming Events Monday Katie Hatton YWA meets with Miss Maxine Hill at 7:15 p.m. WMU of First Baptist Church ha business and program meeting at 2:30 p.m., at the church. BWC No. 8 and 9 of First Baptist Church meets at 7:30 with Mrs. Ben Mays. WSCS of First Methodist Church has 1 p.m. luuncheon. Executive board meeting of women of the First Presbyterian Church begins at 2:30 p.m. at the church Jewel Abernathy and Evelyn Stafford circles of Trinity Baptist Church meets at 2 p.m. at church; Mildred Matthews circle meets with Miss Carolyn Jones: Marion Cook circle meets with Mrs. Raymond Dixon. Tuesday Charlevoix Chapter of DAR has 1 p.m. luncheon at Hotel Noble with Mrs. C. R. Penn and Mrs. James B. Clark as hostesses. Tuesday Canasta Club meets with Miss Rosa Schuneritsch. Country Club Duplicate meeting at the Country Club. Mrs. Frank Wagner is hostess to the N. N. Bridge Club. Wednesday Club Eight meets with Mrs. G. 0. Poetz. Mrs. Felix Carney is hostess to Wednesday Chillion Club. Thursday Blytheville Duplicate League meets at Hotel Noble. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League has afternoon meeting at Hotel Noble. Blytheville Country Club is to have summer dance at the club. YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE Sat Late Show 10:30 p.m. SUNDAY & MONDAY I ClNEMASeoPf: BRINGS YOU GREGORY PICK AS YOU'VE NEVER SEEN HIMi Church of Christ Meeting Is Planned WILSON —r A gospel meeting is scheduled to be held at Wilson Church of Christ June 6-June 15. It will be held in the school cafeteria, the temporary meeting place of the church in Wilson. Marshall Conner, minister of the Church of Christ in Bono, will deliver the sermons. Services will begin each evening at 8 o' clock. REPRESENT FHA — Peggy Gunter (right) and Francis Weathers represented the Burdette Chapter of the Future Homemakers of America at the state leadership conference in Conway at Arkansas State Teachers College, May 31-June 4. 1 Bits of News i Mrs. E. A. Fisher and Mrs. F. L. Husbands were in Memphis last night especially to attend the piano recital at the Beethoven Club, when their granddaughter and niece, Sarah Lou Johnson, was one of the participants. Arriving Monday here to visit Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty will be Mr. and Mrs. Lehman Gillespie and Mrs. H. L. Gillespie, all of Los Angeles. Calif., Mrs. Wilford Kearney of Grinel, la. Mrs. 0. P. Barber of Lawrence. Kans., Mrs. W. T. Hay and Mrs. Jennie Sue Paddock, of Memphis, Mrs. Walter Hart of Ripley, Tenn., and Mrs. J. M. Gillespie and Mrs. Cecil Lee, both of Dyersburg, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Haines are the parents of a daughter, their second child, who was born yesterday at Chickasawba Hospital. The baby has been named Harriett Gallup. They have one other daughter, Elizabeth. Mrs. Haines is the former .Miss Nancy Shuford of Hickory, N" C. Mrs. George Rowland Green and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pigg of Osceola have returned from a visit with their daughter and niece, Mrs. Guy Newcomb, and Lt. Newcomb at Houston, Tex. They also visited their brother, Abner Maxwell, and Mrs. Maxwell at Vidalia, La., and thei rsister. Mrs. T. W. White, and family at ShreVeport, La. Gail Smith, who is president of the Dell Future Homemakers of America Club, has returned from Conway, wnere she represented her club at the state leadership conference at Arkansas State Teachers College. The Dell chapter provided funds for her trip through a hobo day and candy sales. The meeting, which was held May 31 through June 4, featured a guest day on Thursday, when Mrs. A. E. Caldwell and Mrs. C. A. Smith, both of-Dell, attended. The Dell group received an honor roll certificate. Sally McCutchen and Susy McWa- The most efficient and most sani- ters are among- the band students tary way to clean toilet bowls is to use one of the handle-and-disposable-pad sets now on the market. who xvill attend the Second Annual Dixift National Baton Twirling Institute June 13-18 at the Univer- AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a., and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Rosy Program Announcements ir? the wonder RUTHLESS! TERRIFYING! Paralyzing in impact! CINEMASCOPE puts you in the featf center of zones •f the Berlin ^^^^^^PJ-W ^n ni* , Color by TECHNICOLOR SliBBIMB GREGORY PECK BRODERICK CRAWFORD ANITA BJORK- RITA GAM *tth WALTFR ABEL pftoouciD **o TIKI tfn BY NUNNALLY JOHNSON Win* f\ti fr jft NUNNALLYJOHNSON H in tht wonder of Stercphonic Sound SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program ,,^,..;.,. • vow HEW WARNER SENSATION! ^_ S CRIME WAVE M ,.^.« CRANE WW.BU8 «„„,«ORE*TOTH risen A SAILED" Evtwxc Post stwr BY Jowi« NMD HMMS CARTOON: "TIMID SCARECROW SUNDAY and MONDAY sity of Mississippi. Mrs. Hubert Wade and children, Hugh and Ellen, of Union City, Tenn., arrived yesterday to spend the week end here with Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wade and family. Hubert Wade of Union City and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wade and family of Martin, Tenn., will arrive today. Hospitalman and Mrs. R. F. Kirshner, Jr., are the parents of a son born May 31, at the Naval Hospital in Chelsea, Mass. The baby has been named David Fairchild Kirshner. Mr. Kirshner's parents are Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Kirshner. Sr., of Blytheville. Mrs. J. E. Crook left today for an extended visit in Galveston and Houston, Texas, where she will visit her daughters, Mrs. H. P. Hann and Mr. Hann, Mrs. Charles R. Johnson, Mr. Johnson and family, and Mrs, Charles L. Buck, Mr. Buck and family. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Knudsen will leave in the morning for a two weeks vacation in Minnesota, where they will visit relatives- Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnson are the parents of a son born yesterday at Chickasawba Hospital. The baby was named Robert Earl, he has a brother, Bruce. Dan Atkins, grandson of Mrs. J. C. Harnish arrived home last night from Ouachita College, where he has completed his sophomore year. He will do religious field work this summer for the Arkansas Baptist. Walter Logan of New York City arrived here yesterday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Logan, and his brother, Max Logan, and family for about 10 days. Mrs. oiernng Martin, Mr. and Mrs. John Mertens of Blytheville and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hamby of Caruthersville, Mo., will leave early tomorrow to attend the funeral services Monday of their sister-in-law, Mrs. Alvin Mertens. of Peoria, HI. Mrs. James C. White and children, Judy and Louise, will leave Sunday to return to their home in Concord. N. C.. following a six weeks visit with her parents, Mr and Mrs. E .C. Thompson. Mr Thompson underwent surgery in a Memphis Hospital and his daughter came to be with him. His condition is now reported as satisfactory. WILSON NEWS By MRS. B. F BOYLES Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature GLENN FORD JULIA ADAMS CHILL WILLS P/CTUKf — AND— Serial "Jungle Raiders" No. 10 Cartoon "Happy Valley" SUN.. & MON. Double Feature ...and I'm going to 9»t ffo guy wkokfod wm< AlexMta Scourby • Lee Marvin • Jeanttte Nolan. &•» n, y * SYMCY KXHH te«4 upon Id* SATUDDAY EVENING POST iiritl by Wilhim P. McCwm ftodvctd Dr 'OKltr ADTHUD *0ir»et«d by FHIT7 LANG Paramount Ntws & Cartoon 'Trap Happy' (EKE BAftRYGiiY MITCHELL MKSMOOflEHEAO IHE BEll SISTERS A fwvmcwnl Fktwft —AND— IDNQMKT (VBtlJUKfR Bridge Club Meets Mrs. F. S. Reese was hostess to the Tuesday Night Bridge Club and one guest when she entertained with a dinner-bridge party at her home this week. Mrs! Ralph Robinson was the guest. An arrangement of gladioli was used as a centerpiece on the dining table that was overlaid with a lace cloth. Other early summer flowers were arranged about the home. Prizes in bridge games played were won by Mrs. George Brewer for high score and Mrs- Garland Trammel for second high. Low score went to Mrs. Jerry Cullom and bridge to Mrs. Wallace Thompson. Mrs. Bussey Hostess Mrs J. J. .tmssey entertained with a dinner on her lawn at her home Sunday. Guests included Jimmy Bussey, Charles McLeroy, Bob Milligan. Mrs. Robert Brasfield and son Ronnie, all of Memphis, Miss Pat Lally of McGehee and Miss Virginia Lynch of Wilson. Has Birthday Party Hayden Shull was complimented on his seven birthday when nis mother Mrs. G. B. Shull entertained several of his friends with an afternoon of games and refreshments, Tuesday. Favors were presented the children. A decorated birthday cake and ice cream were served. Personals Morris Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Jones, has recieved a discharge from the Navy after four years of servke. Sunday guests of Mrs. Ruby Stephens were her daughter, Mrs. Hershel Ranks, and Mr. Ranks of Munford, Tenn., and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Milligan of Drummond, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Barnes and son, Mike, left Tuesday for Kansas City, Mo., where they will make their home. Mr. Barnes, who was employed a« pharmacist at the Wilson Drug Store, will enter den- tan school in Kansas City. Dr. and Mrs. James W. Reynolds and children of Bono were tht guests of her relatives in Paris, Ark- Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Conner and children of Bono were the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Buford Boyles Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Reed and sons of West Memphis were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Reed and family, Sunday. Miss Pat Lally of McGehee, Ark., is the guest of Miss Virginia Ann Lynch. Mr. and Mrs.. Bob Hadley and daughter, Sherry, were in Memphis, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Davis and daughters , 6ammye and Pam, visited Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Blasm- game and family in Grenada, Miss., during the week end. Mrs. Charley Leftwich underwent surgery at the Baptist Hospital in Memphis last Friday. Mrs. Oro Cash had as her guests last week her brother and sister, Lee and Miss Margie Miller, of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moore and chilldren and Floyd Moore and daughter have returned to their home in Wynne after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Cash and family. Mrs. Arnold McDaniel and daughter, Judy, and Mrs. A. E. Clark were in Memphis, Thursday. While in Memphis they visited Mrs. Charley Leftwich, who is a patient in Baptist Hospital. Mrs. Bob Grigsby and sons of Blytheville are the guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Walter Perry of Memphis were the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russel Perry. Harold Perry is home from the University of Arkansas for the summer vacation. Other students who are home include Bill Thompson and J. D. Ranklin from Hendrix College at Conway; Terry Robinson from the University of Arkansas; Carolyn Lynch from Blue Mountain College, Blue Mountain, Miss.; Corky Simmons, Raymond Edrington, Frank Keel, and T. J. McAfee from Arkansas State College, Jonesboro; and Joanne Cullom from Vanderbilt University. Mr. and Mrs- Bentley Rhodes were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Cash at the Peabody in Memphis, Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Buford Boyles have returned from Charleston, S. C., and Fort Bragg, N. C., where they visited their sons. In Charleston they visited Seaman and Mrs. Billy C. Boyles and at Fort Bragg they visited Pfc. Thomas G. Boyles. Mrs. Rosie Moss was complimented on her 76th birthday when her daughter Mrs. Melvin Alexander entertained a few friends at her home Wednesday. Mrs. Mattie Polk of Jasper, Ala., is visiting in the home of her nephew Alex Goble and his family. Other guests of Mr. and Mrs. Goble during the week end were their son, Airman Second Class Ronnie Goble, and his friend, Waymond Bridges of Randolph Field, San Antonio, Texas, Mrs. Beftlah Henderson of Birmingham, Ala., Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dellene of Jasper, Misses Betty Jean Smith and Billy- Jean Hipp of Memphis, Miss Catherine Booth of Memphis, and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bussey and child ren of Marion. Mrs. Goble an Mrs. Polk spent Wednesday wit Mrs. Bussey in Marion. Marriage Licenses The following couple has obtaine a marriage license from the count; clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Park er: Frank Smith and Barbara Spain both of Blytheville. Straw belts in flaming color matched with gloves, jewelry o hats provide a new dash for caree cottons. tHEUMATTC ARTHRITIC WCTIMS Offerri filter Reftf Fr« Paw A •ptclftl Knterfo Co*ted TmbJrt. Qofafc. »„•"«•• blood fltrMm from intMtfea. Will not nauseate. Reduce* uric acid, srivin* quick, lonjrer lastfnj relief to deep- M»t«d palna. G«t tenulnt A.B, P«Jn R*U«f imoltta, KIKBT DRUG STORES OPENS 6:45 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! »••*••••••*•*••••*•••••••••••••••••*••••••••••••• SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program "Wild Stallion" with Ben Johnson & Edgar Buchanan PLUS CARTOON "LET'S GO" SUNDAY and MONDAY SPACK VIKIM** HURTUNO TOWARD DISTANT SUNS AND AMAXIN* ADVINTURBf 1BM1H MARTHA HYER DAWN ADOAMS Cartoons: "Btar Couldn't Sltcp" & "Soapy Opera' ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS JUNE GRADUATE — Miss Maureen King Norris is a mem- er of the University of North Carolina graduating class which will have its commencement exercises Monday night at Chapel Hill. With a bachelor of arts degree in history, she also is receiving a Key for publication activities. Miss Norris served as beauty editor of the college yearbook this year and was in charge of • the beauty contest last fall. She also served as executive secretary to the student body president during her senior year and was active in the Young Democrats Club. Transferring to North Carolina when a junior, Miss Norris attended Mary Washington College at the University of Virginia at Fredericksburg for two years. Bible School Held In Joiner Church JOINER —The Methodist Church is holding a two weeks vacation Bible School with the pastor, the Rev. E. E. Stevenson in charge. Those assisting in the school are Mrs. A. L. Eifling, Mrs. Hubert Seymour. Mrs. O. "w. Speck. Mrs. Wallace Miller, Mrs. Henry Woods, Mrs, G. F. Burt and Miss Mary Lloyd Eifling. MOX -Theatre- On West Main St. In Blytheville Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat,. Sun. 1:00 On Our Wide-Vision Metallic Screen Saturday Double Feature STHRS 1 JOHN WAYNE — AND— spectacular! ThrHfitf! THE WILD STALLiOtr Fred Rocfielle Richard STONE'HUDSON-FISKE A Columbia Repr<n f Cartoon & Serial: "Return Of Capt. Marvel" Sat. Owl Show 11:30 Plus Cartoon & "Secret Code'' Serial SUN., & MON. 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