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June 12, 1954

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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YAM TWO BLTTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER KEWf MM, Nathan Wide, Society Editor Society News fi/utiAfv F.Hifnr f. . Phone 3-4461 Plans Are Announced Today For Wbistk-Sloas Wedding Annette Whittle, (Uujhten Neumann of PortageviUe, Mo-, a of Mr*. Cltm Hamilton Whiffle and the late Mr- Whistle of Blytheville, has announced plans for her marriage to Dr. David Allen Sloas of Portaceville, Mo. The couple plaix a June 30 wed- niece of the froom, Miw Katcy Eggers and Miss Nancy Frantz, both of Dallas, Tex. William Sloas of Portageville will aerve his brother as belt man- Groomsmen are Richard Gerald dint at Dell, Arlc., at the First*'Edwards, Jr., of Whistleville, Fred Methodirt Church. The Rev. S. B.|L. Kelley, Jr.. of Memphis^ qhajles WUford, pastor of the First Metho- di»t Church at Paragould wiU officiate at the four o'clock ceremony with the Rev Eugene Hall, pastor of Dell Methodist Church, assisting. Clem Hamilton Whistle, Jr., brother, of the bride, will give her in marriage. Hits Mary Wells Hursey of Page- tend 8. C., and Larry T. Moore, Jr., of Blytheville will present a program of music. Miss Whistle has chosen as her made of honor her cou- iin. Miss Mary Michie of Steele, and her bridesmaids include Miss Mary France* Traylor of Barnes- vine Ga., Miss Louise Wade Mc- Kelly of Steele. John Will Noe, Jr., of Lilbourn, Mo., James Burwell Crouthers of Catron, Mo., and George Taylor Killion of Portageville. The reception will be given by Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Kelley, Jr., of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gerald Edwards. Jr., of Whistleville, and Mr. and Mrs. Clem H. Whistle, Jr., at Hotel Noble in Blytheville. Those assisting at the reception will be Mrs. Charles Kelley and Mrs. William Broom, sisters of the groom, Miss Christine Dobbs, Miss Bonnie Sheppard, Miss Nora Simp- suli and Miss Charlene Armstrong, all of Dell. Mis* Betty Kirkpatrick of Tyler, Tex., Miss Barbara Boyc« Henrv orLuxora Miss Linda Wall ofSikeston, Mo., and Miss Jean of Manna, her cousin. Miss Judy I Parker of Nashville, Tenn. Calvary Baptist VBS Closes; Graduatoin Set . Commencement services for. the Vacation .Bible School of Calvary Baptist Church which' closed yesterday, will be held tomorrow morning at the church. Highlight of the program will be the presentation of Mr. and Miss VBS of 1954. With 226 registered in the school, an average of 149 have attended. General officers for the school Included the Rev. J. H. Melton, pastor. O. C. Hicks, Jim Garner, Kathryn Golding, Jean Bradley, Mrs. L. L. Anderson. Sr., Mrs. L. L. Anderson, Jr.,- and Mrs. J. D. Anderson. . Department workers included -Mrs. Ella Barber and Mrs. Malcolm Jolly, Crib Babies; Mrs, Carra Pruett, Mrs. Virginia Taylor, Mrs. James Boren, Mrs. Jessie Ralph. "Mrs. Joyce Faylor, and Mrs. Lessie Rarabo, nursery; Mrs. Kenneth Wardlow, Mrs. J. E. Lanier, Mrs. 1. J. Gregg and Mrs. On* Peeples, beginner; Mrs. O. C. Hicks, Mrs. W. L. Baughman, Mrs: J: W. Rambo, Mrs. Paul Mason, Mrs. Alf Jones and Mrs. Frank At- kinaon, primaries. Mrs. Mark Anderson, Mrs. H. J. Fondren, Mrs. Claude Rowland, Mrs.' June Wallace, Mrs. Billy Haynes, Mrs. Garner and Mrs. L. B. Johnese, junior; Mrs. J. H. Melton, Mrs. Fondred. Mrs. Rowland, Mrs. Jim Garner and Mrs. Cfclvin Conley, intermediate. Secretaries were Mrs. Bill Stewart, Mrs, Neal Geu/ian, Mrs. Adrian Cochran and Miss Bonnie Jean Peeples. Diplomas and certificates will be presented and the outstanding students of each department will be recognized along with those who have a perfect attendance record. Hornersville News By JENETTE THOMAS is Given Party For Club Here Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Saliba and Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Kyle wehe hosts and hostesses last night at the Masonic Hall, when members of the Past Patrons and Past Matrons Club were entertained with a, covered dish dinner followed by games of Rook. Roses and dahlias in pink and rose sh&des provided table decorations. In the room games, Mrs. Gus Eb- «rdt won the high for women and Mr. Eberdt won high for men. Coming Eimts Monday of the ' Chruch of the By JENETTE THOMAS Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs- Raymond Thomas were Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Ross and son. Jimmy Lynn of Caruthersville. Margaret Dickerson, Mrs. Pat Doney and James Thomas of St. Louis were in Memphis Monday night for the wrestling at Ellis Auditorium. Kenneth Kinchen. a student at University of Mississippi, spent the week end here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Kinchen. Don Buck left for Kansas City Tuesday morning to make his home. -He was accompanied by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eddison Buck and sister, Linda, also of Hornersville. Don is a member of the 1954 graduating class. Mr. and Mrs- Max Ray Moore are spending their vacation here visiting their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Moore and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Farmer, and family. Max Ray Moore is now serving with the Air Force. Mrs. Clarence Dowdy. Jr., and daughter, Judith Ann, of St. Louis were week end visitors of Mrs. Beulah Dowdy of Hornersville. Mrs. Cassie Dean had as her guests, her grandson, Ray W. Mizell and a friend, Norb Underwood, both of Detroit, Mich-, who returned to their home after spending a month. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Filnoon Goff were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jones and family of Luxora, Ark. Frances Buck was installed as worthy advisor of the Rainbow for girls at Hornersville Lodge HalV at public installation on Thursday. .Mr. and Mrs. Elons Vance and sons and Harmen Willis were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Griffin and family of Qulin, Mo. A surprise dinner was given Sunday for Mrs. Robert Banners by her parents. Mrs. Curt Benton and Mrs. Bell Lamb were shopping in Kennett Tuesday evening. H". E. Burns of Hornersville and Kenneth Burns of Cardwell were in Memphis Wednesday. Dickie Holloway is spending the month with his aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stephens of Choctaw. Ark. Mr. and Mrs Jim Davison of Kennett were dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs. Holloway Monday. Mr and Mrs. Bob Rogers and son were in Memphis Friday evening for the commencement exercises at the Memphis State College where Mr. Rogers received his Party Is Given For Fitzhugh Family Here The Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Fitzhugh were guest* of honor last night at a party given at the Shrine Club by members of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, of which the Rev. Mr. Fitzhugh has been priest-in-charge for the past six years. A buffet supper was served from a long refreshment table which was overlaid with a white cloth and centered with an arrangement of pink rosebuds and blue and pink hydrangeas. The U-shaped tables at which the guests were seated were decorated with low bowls of the same flowers, and the table at which the guests of honor were seated held a large bowl filled with pastel shaded roses, daisies and baby breath- Mrs. Fitzhugh, who wore a blue sheath dress with white accessories, was presented with a corsage of white carnations. Following supper, informal talks were given by officers of the church, the men's club, the Church School and the auxiliary, before the Rev. Mr. Fitzhugh was presented with a gift from the parishioners. Special guests for the evening included "the Rev. Mr. Fitzhugh's mother, Mrs. J. W. Fitzhugh of Canton. Miss., and Mr- and Mrs. Crawford McClue of Cape Girardeau, Mo. , The Fitzhugh family will leave July 1 for Magnolia where he will be rector of the Episcopal church in that city. Members of the committee in charge of the affair, were Mrs. O. O. Hardaway, Mrs. Leroy Huddleston, Mrs. John McDowell, Mrs. AG. Shibley, Mrs. W. I. Malin and Mrs. Fred S- Saliba. Layette Shower Given in Home Mrs. Gladys Billingsley and Mrs. Izora Flitz; were hostesses for a party and layette shower this week honoring Mrs. R. C. Riggs at the Flitz home. Fifteen guests were present and games were played during the afternoon. Mrs. H. C. Carter won high score. After gifts were opened and displayed, refreshments were served. Marriage Licenses The followin marriage license couples received from the county clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Ely the Parker: Posey, both of Blytheville. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times FRL, & SAT. Double Feature Krrt Presbyetrian ~ Church"* have | masters degree, .meetings as follows: Circle One' pat Burllson - Jr - ™ student at Mrs- J. W/Fie'ids at U>ne Oak I Memphis State, has arrived home at 2:30 p.m. with Mrs. C. S. Corey J° s P enQ J he J umm f J acat >°? £ lth co-hostess; Circle Two meets with| 11S parente - Mr ' and Mrs - Pat Bm " Mrs. Bob Logan at 2:30 p.m. with j ,?' . ,, ,. .. _. Mrs. I. M- Cwtlio co-hostess; Cir- 1 Mr and Mrs. M M^ Fitzgerald cle Three meets with Mrs. Johnnv *'«« m Amity, Ark., Saturday to " A* RKO Bodior»-rtl«««« White at 2 p.m. at 1320 West Wai- e funeral services for his mo- nut; Circle Pour meets with Mrs, j ther - Mrs - W " A - Fitzgerald. B- L. Eubanks. with Mrs. Rov Wai- 1 — AND— ton as co-hostess at the church at 2:30 p.m.; Circle Five meets with Mrs. B. C. Bailey at 1134 West Ash at 8 p-m.; and Circle Six meets with Mrs. E. F. Fry at the church at 8 p.m. with Miss Frances Bright as co-hostess. Afternoon unit of Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal J meeting. Church meets at 2 p.m. with Mrs. Fred S. Saliba at 101 East Kentucky. Members of Jewel Abernathy Cir- meets with Mrs. C. W. Hudson atj 7:30 p.m. Young Women's Auxiliary of First Baptist Church has meeting FANGS" WILD at 7:15 p-m. with Mrs. J. T. Westbrook. Lake Street Methodist Woman's,' Societv of Christian Service has cl« of Trinity Baptist Church meet, at 2 p.m. with Mrs. Arab. Speck; with Mrs- John Buchanan at 2 p.m.; Tuesday Country .Club Duplicate Bridge league has regular meeting. Marion Cook Circle of the Trinity Baptist Church has 7:30 p.m. meeting with Mrs. Lois Gestring. Tuesday C&nasta Club has meet- tnd The Mildred Mathews Circle ing with Mrs Mike Meroney. NORTH STAR North Highway 61 SUPPER CLUB Blyth«vilU Summertime Special COLD ROAST SIRLOIN OF BEEF total* 8*1*4 • EelUhM • Bcverar* $1.50 • BROILED STEAKS • PAN FRIED CHICKEN (Hot Btecutis-Milk Gnvy) • FRENCH FRIED JUMBO SHRIMP • BROILED LOBSTER TAILS • PAN BROILED PORK CHOPS , 9tfc4» PoUtoM 4 Btv«ragM Serf ad With AH Dinners . H. H. Wtlcott, Mgr. — Doitciitf Nightly EMAJtUS CNAPUN, Jr. • STEVENS • T AM A UffWT MCtU«$ «aOlT»TTON Serial "Jungle Raiders" No 11 Cartoon "Father's Weekend" SUN., & MON. Double Feature IORETTA YOUNG WILLIAM HOLDEN —AND— iMtafiMNVUii WU« JONES Metro News Bits of News Itlo&ttu Mr. and Mr*. Luthur Z. Goings, Sr., are spending this week end in Little Rock, where their son, Luther Goings, Jr., will receive his bachelor of science degree from the University of Arkansas School of Pharmacy in Little Rock. Mrs James Bomar of Homestead, Fla,, is here to visit friends and relatives. She is the houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wahl. Mr .and Mrs. Howard Caldweil and Mrs. Mary Lyon are spending the week end in Bruce *nd Ponotoc, Miss., where they are the guests of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Davis and children and Mrs. Gerald Smith and son, Tommy, left today for their home in Kalamazoo, Mich., following a visit here with their parents, Mr and Mrs. Larry C. Davis and other relatives hre and in Doniphan, Mo. They were accompanied home by their nephew and cousin, David Michael McWilliams, son of Mrs. Hazel McWilliams. Linda Rayder. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rayder of Blytheville will be seen today on KARK-TV from Little Rock when she presents a dance routine. Lawrence Powell of Lambers, Miss, formerly of Blytheville is in the Baptist Hospital in Memphis, Mr. Powell, whose condition is improving, is in Room 205. His wife, and his daughter, Mrs. B. L. Burns of Blytheville, are in Memphis with him. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Sutton, Mrs, J. M. Veozey, Mrs. Charles Wood and Mrs. A. P..Burks were in Cape Girardeau, Mo., yesterday to visit Miss Julia Reed. Miss Reed had been seriously ill for several weeks, and died at the St. Francis Hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Halsell have returned from a two-week vacation spent in Florida. Mrs. Freeman Robinson. Mrs. Annabel Fill and Mrs. E. O. Ambrose were in Jonesboro yesterday to attend a health staff meeting. A. M. Van Winkle is a patient in the Baptist Hospital in Memphis. D. E. Wimberly motored Mr. Van Winkle to Memphis Wednesday and Mrs. Van Winkle went down yesterday. Jimmy and Linda Jaggers of Fort Pierce, Fla., arrived Thursday -Theatrt- On West Main St. In Blytheville Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat.. Sun. 1:00 On Our Wide-Vision Metallic Screen SATURDAY Double Feature —AND- •.>-**•?,%. IN IF* ^ TMt GREAT SUSKNSt TtADmON, J^^ i«rt>iI»M»FOTK5 WWtHNUOl SOHtA DRESDEl it* MAXWRL KED • Screenoliy by J»«i rra*K«! by fcn> t ta • Dirtcttd Si; tiiph Tlwm* Also Cartoon & Serial Sat. Owl Show 11:30 ,IMSHMWMD - JMTUMUK- , „ tOHHO **•** ' "~W * Also Cartoon & Serial SUN., & MON. Double Feature t ...iA PIC'ioSES pr«iontt c™, WILDE M,^ WRIGHT CALIFORNIA CONQUEST |c»i7>yTECHNICOLQl] with ALFONSO KOOYA • LISA FEMAOAY EUGENE IGLESIAS- Written for th« serttn by lobwt E. Kent • Produced by Sam KitimM Directed by Ltw Ltndert —AND— AJf if* WKRNER BROS. ^ Rum Louis SMNSIN'S ERROL FLYNN BEATRICE CAMPBELL YVQNN€ FU*W£*» ROGER LIVESEY-ANTHOnYSfEQ. MCM MEADOW M«* ALSO CARTOON night to spend the summer month* here with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Barnes. They were met in Memphis by Mr. and Mr§. Barnes and their cousins, Minerva and Tommy Hale Bogun. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Shelton and two sons left today for Jonesboro to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Crawford McClue and son, Michael, of Cape Girardeau, Mo., and formerly of Blytheville, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Richard Becker this week end. Peggy Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roe, was elected senator at Madison City at Girls' State being held in Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bailey have as their guest for the weekend their daughter, Miss Carol Bailey, of Little Bock. The Bailey's will motor their daughter back tomorrow and will stip in Brinkley to visit with their son, Howard. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Darby and son will leave tomorrow for a week's visit with relatives in Batesville, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Huddleston and children, Martha and Leroy, Jr., will leave Tuesday for Estes Park, Colo., where they will spend the summer. They will be accompanied by Libby Hall, daughter of Mrs. Sheldon Hall, former Blytheville resident. Libby will visit her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hall, of Big Thompson Canyon, Colo., also former Blytheville residents. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Malin have as their guests Franklin and Seluyn Greer of Holly Springs. Miss., niece and nephew of Mrs. Malin. Mrs. Pearl Uzzell Jenkins of Memphis, is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. M. R. Branson. -.,, Mrs. Jack Uzzell of Wilson, is attending the graduation of her daughter, Nancy, from the University of North Carolma at Chapel Hill, N. C. Miss Gwendolyn Rhoads was in Memphis yesterday, where she visited her father, W. E. Rhoads, who is a patient at Campbell's Clinic, his condition is reported to be improved and he is in Room 416. Mrs. Rhoads and Gwendolyn are to return to Memphis tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Rhoads and family. >vill~be the guests of their daughter, Mrs. Charles R. Dalla- hite, Mr, Dallahite and daughter, Deborah Kay, of Memphis tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Stires will leave tomorrow afternoon for Phoenix, Ariz., where they will visit their son, 0. O. Stires, Jr., and family, and their daughter, Mrs. Harold Medlin, and family. They First Baptist Church of Wilson completed the first week of study Friday, with 152 enrolled, and an average attendance of 150. The Rev. Harold Perry is the principal, with Mrs. C. D. Price the intermediate superintendent: Mrs. D. B. Bledsoe, -superintendent of Junior Department No. 1; Mrs. J. A. McCullar, Superintendent Junior Department No. II; Mrs. Marshall Woody ard, Superintendent, Primary Department; and Mrs. Ivan Haynes, Superintendent, Beginner Department. There are 24 workers and helpers in the school, with Mrs. A. L. Greenwell, church hostess, n charge of. the refreshments each day. Commencement service will be in the church June 16, at 7:45 p.m. with all the children and teachers participating. Perfect attendance certificates and diplomas will be presented to the students at that time. YWA Meeting Is Conducted Members of the Young Women's Auxiliary of Trinity Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. Howard Caldweil Thursday night with six members attending. Following the watchword, which was repeated by the members Mrs. Caldweil offered the opening prayer Miss Ruby Henson conducted the business session and Mrs. Mary Lyon gave the devotional. Miss Alberta Saddler gave the benediction, and refreshments were served. Singing- Planned The Mississippi County Singing convention will hold its monthly singing tomorrow at the Baptist Church of Tomato, when several quartettes and trios will entertain. Hubert Polsgrove, president, said j;he meeting will begin at 2:30 p.m. are going especially for the marriage of their daughter. Miss June Stires, to Don Packnett. both of Phoenix, next Thursday. Later they will visit another son, J. C. Stires, and family of El Centre, Calif. Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a., and 4 p.m. for Rltz A Rosy Program Announcements SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program CARTOON "SPARE THE ROD" SUNDAY It MONDAY M-G-M's SENSATION FILMED IN THE PLEASURE-HAUNTS OP EUftOPt IN coc ,; TECHNICOLOR! MNUSTt IMLIY BONN QUEANO RICHARD"B|IOOKS Paramount News Jk Selected Shorts Bible School Conducted by Presbyterians Vacation Bible School at the First Presbyterian Church closed yesterday with a picnic at Walker Park at noon, and a program last night when certificates were awarded to those who had attended. A total of 115 were enrolled in the school, including staff and students, with an average attendance of 103. Teachers for the school included Mrs. Gene S. Bradley, Mrs. George Dillahunty. Mrs. Spencer Alexander, nursery; Mrs. J. E. Carter, Mrs. Eddie Saliba, Miss Lois Fields and Mrs. Fred Sandefur, beginner; Mrs. R. L. Turner, Mrs. B. C. Bailey, Mrs. John Cherry, Miss Betsy Bell, primary; Mrs. Russell Mosley, Mrs. Herman Oden and Mrs. C. J. Wilson, junior; Mrs. Herman Carlton, Mrs. Bob Logan, Miss Eloise Richardson, junior high. Recreation and games were directed by Mrs. B. E. McCaskill, Mrs. Russell Mosley and Dr. H. T. Kidd, pastor. Mrs. Elbert Huffman as chairman of transportation, nad Mrs. C. C. Councille and Mrs. Farris McCalla served as refreshment committee. Mrs. H. T. Kidd was director of the'school. Memorial Service A memorial program was held Thursday by members of Elliott Fletcher Chapter of United Daughter* of the Confederacy "at the home of Mrs- Gean S. Atkinson, president. The candlelight service was directed by Mrs. Henderson Hall, in which members were honored. Mrs. W. D. Cobb led a closing prayer. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Jack Slayton, Holland Mrs. Norman Speck, City Walls Hospital Dismised: Ollie King, City Sarah Jackson, City Mrs. Gretta Allen and baby, Hornersville Dovie Williams, Armorel Theresa Jones, City D. E. Jones, City Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Margaret. Tillmon, City Mrs. Bernard Jaggers, City Mrs. Mildred Hill, City »•••••••••••••••••••••••••*••••••••••••»••••••••• OPENS 6:45 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY N1TE! 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