The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 4, 1949 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 4, 1949
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, APRIL 4, 19-19 Societu J\lew*i Vneli* Sallba, Society Editor 9 I'hone 4461 Pre-Nuptiaj, Parties Given Honoring Miss McAdams Mri., Joe Eyrard an4 Miss Nora Simpson 'irere hostesses Saturday When they entertained with an Informal morning party compliment- Ing Miss Jane McAclanis, bride-elect of Thomas Miller. The affair, given at the Evrards' pew home at 1415 West Walnut, was •(tended by approximately 20 guests, all employees of the Arkansas-Missouri JPower Company. A special guest Vas Mrs. Lucy McAdams, Diother pr the fionoree. A silver and white theme prc- tjorm'nated in the arrangement of the satin-covered refreshment table where th« centerpiece was formed of a silver bowl of white simp- dragons Interspersed with puffs of white mallne and studded with tiny white valley llllles to resemble a bribe's bouquet. Stately white tapers in silver candelabra flanked the centerpiece, and the pastel shades of (lie <dainty sandwiches, cakes Hiints served added, to the attractiveness of the setting. Pink and white tulips and potted pink azaleas were arranged throughout the entertaining rooins. Miss McAdams was presented will a corsage and a gift from her hos tesses. Miss McAdams was again com plimented yesterday when Mrs. Join O. McHaney and Daughter, Mlii Frances McHaney, entertained wiV an" afternoon coffee at their hom it"'1021 Walnut. Forty guests In eluding several out of town guest called between the hours of 3;30 an $.30. Special guests and out of taw guests were Blrs. Lucy McAdam mother of the honaiee, Mrs. Fre Miller, mother of the bridegroon elect, and Mrs. Harry Witchard i Mopette and Mrs. John Jones i Paragould. The dining table, from which n freshmentf were served, was covered with a cut work cloth and centered with a low silver bowl rilled w(th an attractive arrangement of gladioli. White tapers in silver hold- Bra, placed at each side of the centerpiece, cast a soft glow over the table adding to its attractiveness. Snapdragons In pastel shades and gladioli were used ta decorate the entertaining rooms. Miss McAdan)s was precepted a corsage of gardenias and a gift in her silver pattern from the hos- iesMS, She wore for this aflalr a brown printed silk afternoon frock with brown accessories, • • » Drop-in Party Is Held At Melvin Halsell Home Mrs. Melvin Hassell and Mrs J»ok Chamblin were hostesses Sat urday afternoon when they enter ttiped with an informal drop-h party honoring Mrs. Charlie Affllc of Blythevllle. formerly of Virginia Mrs. N. M. Young of Danville, Vn Mrs. Bryan Milcy of. Tuscumbla Alt. and Mrs. Cecil Branson Dallas, Tex. Approximately 30 guesU attende the affair which was held at th Hateel! residence, 1313 Walnut, be Cotton Royalty Garbed in their royal trappings. Charles Gates and Mini! Parker practice how they will oiliciale as king and queen at the week-long Memphis, Tenn., Cotton Carnival. Gates is a member ot a local cotton firm. Mimi is Ihe daughter of a Memphis real estate agent. Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. Jlerniiin Graves and daughter, r'at of West Memphis i|,"]lt the weekend here as guests of Mr. Graves parent*, Mr, and Mrs. Charlie Graves. Mr and Mrs. J. R. Gunlcr arrived Friday from Allnnta, Ga,, to It with Mr.s, Gunlcr's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ben SU'epleUm. They plan to he here for ten days. Mr. and Mils. J. Mcll Brooks, Jr., of Greenwood, Mi.^-s., formerly of Biythc-vllle v:.s!tod with friends here over the weekend. Marcus Evrarcl, Jesse Taylor, V. G. Holhnri and W. J. Crowder were In Friday where they attended, tlie luneral services of E. L. Wcstl.'iw.k who died there Tuesday Maltha Nichols, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nichols, svho underwent an emcrfU'iKy appendectomy at Walls Hospital last week is improved. She Wii£ dismissed from the hospital yesterday and Is now at her home, 1206 Hearn. Condition of Mrs. Arch Lindsey. who was admitted to Walls Hospital Saturday where .she underwent an operation. Is satisfactory. Her son, r.lmcr Llntlsey, and Mrs. Lind- Coming Events Social Calendar The Y. W. A. at the First Baptist Church will m»t »t the home of Mit. o. E Johnson at 7 p.m. Mrf, John Buchanan will be hostess to members of the B. W. O. No. I nf Ihe Pint Baptist Church at 7:45 p.m, Tueicl*} The B. W. C. No. 7 of tin First Baptist Church will meet at the home of Dr. Edna Nles. The Cotillion OJiib will have business meeting In Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. R. C. Allen will enUria! club Eight member^. Tuesday Bridge Club will be entertained at the home of Mra Charles CrisRcr. Mrs Arthur Vance will be hostess to Ihe La I'cll'e Club. Til. Town Bridge Club will nice at the home of Mrs. Newton Whltls La Nueve Club will be enter. tallied at the home nf Mrs Clar cure Webb. Mi'&, Shirley Covlngton will h< hostess to the L. E. W. Bunco Club The Y. M. B. club will be enter turned at the Imiue of Mis. E Lcmlennic. The Alpha Alpha Chapter of Bet Sigma Phi will meet In their club room at business for Baptist Junior R,A,'s Hold Regular Program The Junior R. A.'s of the Number Ni!io Baptist Church met at the church, Thursday afternoon fqr their regular program with IB lembers present. The meeting was opened by relating the watchword. Each mem- or answered roll call by telling lib! avoritc scripture verse. Prayer was [ferc:l by Willis Rhoads. Those akin? part on the program and heir topics were: Charles Langston II, "Fishers of Men"; Decn Sta um, "Fishins for Black Men"; Royce Kclhclc, "Fishing for Red Men"; Oary Kirk, "Fishing lor Ycl- ow Men," and Eucene Rhoads, Fishing for White Men." The seventh chapter of "Indian BlankcU" was taught by Mrs. Bob Stovnll. The group was dismissed by repeating the Lords Prayer. 7: 15 p.m inert intf. Wednesday MLS. liob IjO^aji will entertain th To\vj] und Country club. Wednesday Club will be enter (allied nt (he home of Mrs. F. t Blnck. Thursday The Jayccetles will meet at Rustic Inn at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Grover Wren will be hoste to tile lilylheville Rook Club. Church Leaders to Hold Religious Discussions A religious discussion of baptism ami apostasy will be presented tor four nights beginning April 12 nt the Church of Christ here. Elder James Tvcy. of the Missionary Baptist Church at Milllgnn Ridge, and the Rev. E. W. Stovall pnstor ot the Church of Christ wil be the disputants. The discussions will begin at o'clock. sey oi Parngould arrived Sat unlay to bf: with her Mrs. M. George and daughter, Mrs. Fieri 8. Sallbn, left Snturday niiihl by plane for North Hollywood. Oalil.. \vhcre they were called 1 j because of Ihe dentil of Mr.s. [ George's brother ,S:im Snllba. They were niotorcd to Memphis by Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Moses. Mr and Mrs- Gu >' Maxwell and son Bobby, of Memphis ami Mr. nnd Mrs. Austin Maxwell of Rlpley, Tenn.. were Ihe Rue.sU> Sunday (if their brother. Raymond Maxwell anrt Mrs. Maxwell. Hnrald Robertson. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Robertson and daughter. Jane mi of Dcnton, Tex., and Mr. nnd frs. John Rlley and daughter. Snn- ra of Pine Bhiff spent the wcek- nrt here as BVests of Mr. nnd Mrs nek Robertson Sr. The Rev. Calvin Smith of the Vest Blytheville PnrrLsh. left for Mount Pleasant, Tex.. Saturday to be with his father, who suffered a leart attack at his home. Condition of John Palmer, who was admitted to Walls Hospita Friday, where he la undergoing ircatmcnt for pneumonia, is im- The Avalon Bunco Club will L entertained at the home of M Norman Speck. The a, N. B. club wfll meet the home of Mrs. Weldon Ncbel Mrs. O. W. McCutchen will Tiny Easter Tintypes Return from Convention Ten Mississippi County life Insurance men intended the nimua) meeting ot tlie Arkansas Life Underwriters Friday In LHtle Rock, They were E. O. Ambrose, Lynn W, Brown, J, A. Bryant, E. S, Chiles, O. O. Hodges, W. Paul Manon, E. S. Moore Jr.. J. L. Thompson Jr., L. H. Wise and Winford Wyatt. Family album fashions take a bow in Kaster finery fur small fry. Reminiscent of *" ^ dr dandy's coal is the velvet -cgllared. pin-checked worsted topcoat willi mulching trousers modeled hy tlie joung cyclist (far left). His companion's sporty plaid washable flannel suit com- liities lall trousers with a short bolero jacket. The little Kirl promenades in a Victorian - slyled. hirli - waisUd of pink wool cpverl with matching poke bonnet. l)i. Hunter C. Sims, Jr. miiiouiiccii the establishment of offices at 107 South Second Street for The General I'nidice of MEDICINE Sl SURGERY Office IMlone 4458 llesidew* I'tione 6233 Health Administrator tween the hours of thfee nnd five. [ The Easter theme wns carried Named by Red CrOSS out In the decorations of the entertaining rooms of the home. Center- Ing the dining table was an all- whit* centerpiece featuring an arrangement of white spring flowers in a silver bowl placed on a mirrored placque and garlanded with assorted colored Easter eggs in green grass. The party foods tinted In pastel shades added to the attractiveness of the decorations on the table. Vases of jonquils Interspersed with white stock and other spring flowers were arrangcci throughout the rooms, An out-of-town guest at the affair was Mrs. Frank Edrington of Osceola. • • » Birthday Is Celebrated By Mary Ann Bvownlee ST. LOUIS. April 4. (APt — Dr John n. Whitney has been nninci administrator of medical and healt! services for the MldWcst Area o the Red Cross, it was announce todny. Dr. Whitney formerly was city health superintendent at New Orleans and before that was a regional health officer for the Stale of Louisiana. He Is president of the Southern Branch of the American Public Health Association. He will succeed Or. Raymond Barnes who has been grunted a leave of absence. Effective date of the change has not been set. proved Mrs. H. B. Oaxes was admitted to Walls Hospital Saturday where she s undergoing treatment for pneumonia. Condition of Mrs. Oakes, who had been 111 at her home for the past two weeks, remains serious. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Barnes returned yesterday from several weeks vacation to polnti of interest In Florida. Mrs. Robert I. Thompson returned from a months visit In Fort Mcade, Fla.. with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Netite Mnssey of Viim Ala., who were spending the winter months there. , The Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Fitr.- hugh and son, Jordan had as their weekend guest, Mr. nnd Mrs. Phil son Williamson of Sewanee. Tpnn Mr. Williamson Is a senior in tin theological seminary at Unlversit; of the South In Sewanee. be to the Thursday Contract 31ub. The Mid-Week Club will be en- .erUJneri nt the home of Mrs. •lurry W. Halnes. Mrs. Robert nlaylodc will enter- .nin the T. N. Club. The Thursday Rook oltib will meet at Hie hoipe of Mrs. Nevill Bjfikemore. Mrs. Gene Dickinson will be hostess to the Double Four Bridge Club. The Thursday club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. E J. Cure. Mrs. Blaij Heath will be hostess to the Thursday Luncheon club.- The Past Matrons and Patrons wLU havi a Benefit Bridge and Rook Forty i,t the Woman's Clubhouse Ht 3 p.m. Mrs. E. I, Hale, Mrs. Arthur Vance. Mrs. P. E. Black and Mrs V. J. Pollnnl Wtl be hostesses at Saturday nifjht at the Wo- 'an'.s Ohib complimenting Miss Ila losers und he]- fiance Johnson JlnckwiT. Pre-foster Services Held At First Christian Church Tlic Hev. Charles B. Holder, of Alabama, conducted the opening service of the Pre-Easter evangelistic services yesterday morning at the Fjrst Christian Church during the regular worship hour before a large attendance. The services w|ll continue each night at 7:30 o'clock throughout the week. Music during the meeting was under the direction of Dun Hughes of Wales, who also presented several solos. The Ilev. Mi - . Holder will use as ills subject tonight, "Significance of O.mrch Membership." Baptismal services will conclude the meeting tonight, it was stated by the Rev. Lester D. Strubhar. minister oi the First Christian Church. Osceola News La., Oscciila Xc«s Minnie Ganin of Ruston, Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Jones at Carson Lake. Mr.s. Dwight H. Btackwood Rnd Mrs. R. H. Jones spent four days of last week in Little Rock where they attended the annual convention of Arkansas Baptist Woman's Missionary Union. Mr. Blackwooct is president of the Northeast District ot the state organization and Mrs. Jones is superintendent of the Mississippi County Woman's Missionary Union. Others \vho attended from the county were Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Brown. Mrs. Harry Brooks and Mrs C. L. McWatcrs of Blytheville. Read Courier News Want Ads, Civic Calendar Monday Junior Chamber of Commerce Board—7:30 p.m. Tuesday City Election—8:00 a.m. Lions Club. Hotel Noble—12:15 American Legion Auxiliary—8:00 American Legion tr.Ofl p.m. 'Wednesday Khvanls Club. Hotel Noble—12:10 p.m. Thursday Rotary Club. Hotel Noble—12:10 p.m. Friday Mi:; G. O. Poelz will entertain Ihe Friday Contract Club. Tlie C. B. C. Club will be cnler- taincd at the home of Mrs. A. A Hardy. Mrs. Bob Porter will be hostess to tlie Friday Club members. Bird Loses Its Head, But Lives to Surprise Ot Housewife, Doctors LOS ANOpLES, April 4 lift— A rooster which lost its head two days ago is still alive today. A veterinarian says it would live as long as its windpipe and throat remain open. Dr. Alan Ross examined the phenomenon yesterday and found a small part of the roosters' brain, which controls respiration and circulation, was still left In the severed neck. Its movements, he explained, are controlled by its spipal cord. The bird was purchased, with mains nigh EL PPASO, Tex. (UPt— This citj Will be in the saddle in a big way lor tlie pageant of states sun carnival parade here New Year's Day Twq state floats have been redes igned to make one great State o Texas float. The result is a 14-foo high saddle. Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1 :45 Shnw Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:011 a.m. 12:45 p.m 4:30 p.m. Mo. At The Hosnilals Kl.rlherillr Hospital Dismissed; Mrs. Otis Reed, Bragg City Mrs. J. C JacKson, city : Mrs, W- C. Buchanan, city, Walls Hospital D'smissed- Eugui.e Shepherd. Rt. 2, city. Mrs. Lester Perkins and baby, Dell. Mrs. Murray E. Schroyer and baby, Veterans Housing Quarters, city. Mrs. F O. Alexander, Rt. 1, Hayti, Mo. Martna Nichols, city. ;iead missing, on Saturday by Mrs. Maillm Green. She had a Sunday chicken dinner on her mind. She placed it in the sink to pluck the feathers when the bird stood and began walking around. H made ^ .strange noise. It wasn't a crow' but the normal sound a chicken would make with its head off. Mrs, Green is feeding her new found pet with milk and egg yolks by inserting an eye-dropper in its throat. A Hint for Butch EUNICE. N. M. (UP)—A young tad named Butch who Kked to light ! matches set a neighbor's automobile ' on fire. The Eunice Enterprise reported the event, concluding "'ith the observation: "The car esc with only a slightly scorched rear end. It is sincerely hoped that Butch did equally as well." Read Courier News Want Ads. YOUR CAR CAN IE REBUILT TO RUN AND LOOK LIKE NEW EASY TERMS On Ail-/faft? Repairs The next best thing to getting • brand new car. is To havi your present car completely overhauled, and repainted by our experts, uho Vnow how to do (he job nghl W* use nnl v GENUINE CHEVROLET PARTS «nd ine very lm«$t materials thai money canbuy- W* will turnout a com- • pfetc |f>b rhjt you will be p/oud of. See Us for Fr*c Estimate and Complete Information About Our ludget Ewy fay Plan. Phone 578 Sullivan-Nelson CHEVROLET CO. .101 West Walnut Mrs. M. F. Brownlco Sr, entertained with a party Sunday afternoon honoring her Erandrtiuigliler, Mary Ann Brownlce, who vais ccle- brating her sixth birthday. i Approximately 20 guests attended ! the affair which was held Us the I Dell school cafeteria. Attractively j arranged in the ruoms were vases of hyacinths, jonquils and other spring flowers. During the afternoon, games ivere played in the form of a trt-asurc hunt with Mary Virginia Kcrner finding the treasure, which was an Easter basket filled with r.^urted colored Easter eggs. Following the games, refreshments of ice cream and cake were served. Each guest was presented favors of a lollipop and a b;illoon. Out ot town piiCi-ls who attended included Jud> and M. F. Brownlee 111 of SikesUMK Mo., and Jackie; Sue Hardin of Blythcvillc. Mrs. IJrovvnlre Sr. \vas assisted in serving by Mis. Earl Bnnvnlee, Mrs. W. E. Potter and Mrs, M. F. lirown- j Ice Jr, BEAUTIFUL HOME FOR SALE ALL MODERN CONVENIENCES 5 room house Tile bath and kiti-hen Hardwood floors throughout Attic fan Two gas floor furnaces Electric hot water neater Two car garage Located in city limits of Sleele on Highway 61. Set MRS C. C. HAZEL Phone 243-J Steele, Mo. (J-/J.-L/./-/. ftimoits } \ I ) sfieciiil i>urpoie clcnmerl TUSSY CREAMY MASQUE ,. '775 . big J- size note For Young ikins, for dull laUovf ikint, for ikini bothered by blackHearU— Tus»y Creamy Masque ii what lh« wise ones order! It giv« your pore» axira-thoroiigh cleansing— •earchei oul every ipeck of exceat oil, grim* and dull. 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