The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 12, 1948 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 12, 1948
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rou* BLTTHTEVTLLB (ARKJ COURIER FRTOAY, MARCH 12,19iS oce ety, 9 Phont 4161 Pot Luck Dinner Given At J. J. Cookston Home Mrs. J. J. Coolcston wa.s hostess nnd Mrs. Raymond Schmuck, co- liostcss last night when members of the Flrtclis Clns.s of the !"irat Baptist Church met at the Cookston home on E. Davis (or A pot luck dinner. Following the dinner, Dr. KdnR Nles, president, presided during * brief business session, nfter which reports were Riven by the secretary 1 fully decorated with mixed Spriiift nnd treasurer. The class project, i nowers >-ith the yellow and white I which Is the InkhiK care of nn HII- 1 color scheme prevailing, i derpilvlloBed family each month, ! The dining room table covered I wiis discussed and plans were made. I with an Italian cut work cloth held I Mrs. J. L. Nnbers led the group J Cocktail Party, Dance [Given For Club Members i , ' ' '' ' One of the largest affairs of the j turreiit season was the cocktail par- i ly and the supper dance given last ' night at (lie Meyer Gr«ber home and American Legion Hut, for* mem- I ber> of Club 28 and their guests. I Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Graber cn- [ tertttned with a cocktail party at I their home, 1013 Holly St., from 7 till 8 o-'clock, Immediately preceding j the dance. The home was beautt- Bits of News In prayer and the devotional was given by MiSs Sue Patterson. Mixed Spring dowers were used In the entertaining roonin of the home. j a striking arrangement' of pastel I Spring flowers In a. low silver bowl I Hanked by stately white lapers 1 burning In silver candelabra. Following the cocktail party, mem- t hers, together with their guests. I assembled at the Legion Hut where \ Mr. arid Mrs, Earl Buckley, Mr. and 1 Mrs. Fred Fleeman and Mr. and i Mrs. R. C. Fan- entertained with ! a supper dance. The ballroom was decorated in • „._„„. ., -,,,,,-.. \ keeping with the Easter theme. The I™"'" 1 '' Association j table 'was covered with a while [ cloth and 'centered with I bouquet "of Plcnrdy gladioli. Small I nests made of .green paper hay filled | with brightly 'colored Easter CERS i und miniature rabbits were placed Mrs. Gaincs Is Honored With Birthday Dinner Mrs. Ira Galnrs was honored with a birthday dinner last night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sanders In Steele. Twenty friends and relatives of Mrs. Galnes attended the ndalr. The table was covered with a linen cloth and centered with a two tiered birthday cake garlanded with mixed Spring nowers, flanked by pink tapers burning In crystal candelabra. Tile guest of honor was presented gilts of china by the guests. Out-of-town KUOSU included Mr. and Mrs. Lmlwell Buck of Senath, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Buck of Kemiett, Mrs. Cnner Is Honored . Mrs. B. W, Woolen will leave tomorrow for Tupelo. Miss., where she will spend a month with her parents, Mr. und Mrs Watson Johnston. Miss Mary Lou Joyner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Joyner and Miss Virginia Swearcngcn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Swearengen, were Initiated Into the Dcl- tn Gamma Woman's Fraternity at a formal initiation ceremony at the University of Arkansas, Fay- ettcvllle. Miss Joyner Is a freshman and Miss Swcarengen, n Jun- r • rr i n 'r t n/i With Birthday Dinner Junior High P. T. A. Meets 3 Officers Art Elected '•or Luxor a P. T. A. • LUXORA. Ark., Mar. 1J — Th« .uxora Jncnt-Teacher Auoclation met In the high school ludltlrlum Wednesday afternoon with 40 members attending Mrs. T. L. Stanford, president, was ti charge of lh« business meeting during which the following offlceis were' elected; Mrs. .A. B. Rotelle, president; Mrs. Jim McCullsr. vlce- Drcfiidcnt; Mrs. Sudie Cecil, secretary and Mrs. William Johnson, :reasurer. Mrs. Johnson, who was program leader, presented the program on the subject of "Home and Family Life" and a movie was shown by J. W. Cady entitled "The House I Live In". Priz?s were won In the room count by the sixth grade of the elementary school and the seventh, eighth and eleventh grades lied for the room count in the high school. A social hour followed the business session with Mrs. Charlie Thomas. Mrs. W. L. Hanna, Mis. Murry Richardson and Mrs. McLendon as hostesses. Inside Story of a Hep Cat Members of the Junior ; School Parent-Teacher AS.IDelation j | met with the High school Parent- | down the table, carrying out the holiday molif. Guests for the aflatr included Mr. • nd Mrs. Monroe Grain, Mr. and Mrs. James Roy, Mr. nnci Mrs. Freeman Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Day, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ash{ craft, Mr. and Mrs. i'ue.srtay- afternoon nt the high school, for a study . course. =,««iil Mrs - Mnlt MomiKhan, president, was in charge of tlic business session during which time the nnnil- nnlini* connnitlcc 1 gave their rf*orl and Ihe following officers were elected. Mrs. Joe Ferguson, president; Mrs. O, O. Haniawtiy, vice- president; Mis, Ray Hflll, secretary; Mrs. J. W- Rnyde'r, treasurer, and Mrs. Hugh E. Bunch, historian. In the room count, were awarded to Mrs- Otis Sheppard's I Dr. and Mrs. F. Don Smith, Mr. and ( Mrs. Elbert Huffman, Mr. nnd Mrs. ' J. E. Stevenson Jr.. and Mr. nnd i Mrs. Robert A. Porter. John CnudlU, I eighth grade and Miss Lillian Sha- '' ver's and Mrs. Lanler Reid's seventh grades tied for the prize. .^ r ;/. n ^^" l ^. rt ?, cyl "°. r f'"•:• Mrs. Isaacs Entertains and Mrs. Jim Crafton, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ernest Hot, Mr. and Mrs. Rnssrll Haynes Farr, Mr. and Mrs. Mnx Login, Mr. and Mrs. J, Wilson Henry, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Godwin, Mr. and MrB. R. B. Stout, Mr. nurt Mrs. Samuel P. Norrls, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Parl- low. Mr. .and Mrs. O. E. Knudscn and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Alien. ! Birthday Party Is Given | For Linda Jo Boswell { Linda Jo Boswell celebrated her I tixth birthday Wednesday when her mother, Mrs. Bill Boswell, Invited S3 of her young friends over tor I * party, i The guests played games during .the afternoon with prizes being won I "by Mary Lou Garnett and Rnydcne 1 Hooper, i The dining table - WRS decorates j with pastel crepe paper streamers I »nd centered with a birthday cake, i Mrs. Boswell was assisted by Mrs. I. John :ShanVs Jr. ' - * * * i Mrs. Ford Entertains J Club Members, Guests t Mrs. Eddie Ford Jr., .was hostess VlicJ-Week Club Members Mrs. M. A. Isaacs was hostess yesterday nt her home to members of the Mid-Week Club when she entertained with R three course luncheon. Durlnp the nflernoon bridge Mr. and Mrs. John Crlner were host and hostess Insl night, at their home? oji East nose, wlicn they entertained with a birthday dinner honoring Mrs. Jnd^e Crlner. The dining table was covered with a liicr cloth ami centered with an aiTangcnipnt of fruits in a cry.s- tul Ixnvl. The birthday rake, decorated with tiny red roselmils. ndded lo the attractiveness of the selling of the table, Hauquets of mixed Spring flowers were used In the entertaining rooms of the home. Mrs. Crtner \vas assisted in serving by Mrs. D. diner. Methodist WSCS Meets At Elmer Hall Residence LUXORA, Ark., Mar. 12—The Women's Society of Christian Service of the Luxora Methodist Church .met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Elmer Hall Mrs. n. W. Thomas opened the meeting with prayer ntul the business session was presided over by the president, Miss: Florence Rush The program. "Christian Highways In Japan Audi Church Of Japan" Riven bv'Mrs. llcnrv Spnnn. - Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Platt spent Wednesday and Thursday In Cape Olrardeau, Mo., as guests of Mr and Mrs. Jake Pollack. Miss Polly Caldwell has returned from Pontotoc; Miss., where she visited for the past three weeks Sara Elizabeth Blakemore, riaugli ter of Mr. and Mrs, C, F. Blake more, is HI at her home with the measles. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wllhelm of i ji Louis, Mo., arrived today to} Mrs. O. O. Elkins wns hostess at ipend the weekend with his sis- ' her home Tuesday afternoon to crs. Mrs. Jake Hiilfman and Miss members of the Yarbro Home Dem- :..una Wilhclin. j onstra'tion Club, Mrs. Elkins Entertains Demonstration Club Mrs.' J. P. Friend ha.s rom a three weeks visit tin. Tex , shreveporl and Hill, La., where she •A friends and relatives. returned i In Uif- Pleasant | as with ! Cominq Events Social Calendar Friday Blythevllle Girl ScouLs will pre- :cnt an International Friendship program at the high school auditorium at 7l30 p.m. Each troop will be presented and the public is invited to attend. S,< Benefit Bridge at the Woman's Club at 2:00 p.m., sponsored w members of t|i^ Illylhcvllle Woman's Club. Osceofa Events Friday Wcsleyan Guild inEetinp: at the First Melhodist church at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Walter Humes j^avc the devotional taken from Luke and Mrs. Elkins read n poem entitled "A Wonderful Friend." Lucille Ab- bnll f;ave n talk on ho\v to prepare the .soil and how to prune and care for roses. A talk on "Garden Enemies" was given by Mrs. ELza Wheeler and Mrs. Dave Abbott told how to plan ail all year garden. Mrs. Elkins also jjave B demonstration on how to paint plates. Dui'iiu; the recreational hour when contests were conducted, .Mrs. Wheeler and Mrs. Ernest French won, privies. The hostess .served a salad plate with iced drinks. Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTKN TO KI.CN 1:00 ».m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Last Time Today Red Stallion . with Ted Donaldson and Robert I'aiee Paramount News; Also Shorls Continuous ShowinK Everyday SATURDAY Mrs. E. C. Goodwin, of Newmgton> Conn., never has to let her pet cat, "Nanny," in at night. The cat's too hep. She leaps up (left), rests her weight on the colonial latch and scrambles until Ihe door opens. Then Ncnny noses Ihe door open, as at righi. But there's one bad feature to Nonny's Clever trirk: She leaves the door'open and lets in the cold. Methodist Youth to Meet! Bridge Benefit Postponed At Qsceola for Study Luxora News Mis* Wade McHenry. who i.s a slurtrm nt St. Mary's in Memphis, spent the wrckenri with her mother, Mis. R. U Hmic'it, and her E$rnndmcnhei', Mrs. Thoma.s F. Hudson. The Mississippi County Sub-dist- ricl of Melhodist Youth Fellowship will have a special study beginning Sunday afternoon on the subpect of "Facing The Alcohol Program". The First Methodist Church at The Benefit Bridge Party to he given tomorrow afternoon at the Woman's Club has been postponed from 2 to 3 o'clock, because of the funeral services for J. H. Smart, who died yesterday noon at his home. Play will begin at 3 o'clock, ! according to Mrs. Jesse M. White. Serial: "Brirk Bradford" No. 10 and Short font. Shows Sat. 11 a.m.-11:30 p.m. Sunday and Monday Osccola has been choosen as the j gellcral chairman'for 'the affair, meeting place ntici the Hev. Glenn Ginnes Mrs. M. O. Usrcy won hlch j Mrs w E Hqa( , sll , riv course Icad- tiiirt Mrs. B. A. Lynch, second hl^h. pt . ]pri !n lnc ' sUK ly 0 I the "Life of " Mrs. . ] to members o! the Avalon Bunco • j Club, together with two guests, I Mrs. C. B. Kettlnger and Mrs. Rolt and Davis. j During the afternoon bunco I games, prizes were won by Mrs. J Ford, high. Mrs. Paul Mahon, low j and Mrs. Raymond Shamltn, bunco i The hostess served refreshments I of a dessert course with coffee. I • • • i I Mrs. Haley Entertains | Jolly Eight Club Members | Mrs. Don Haley was hostess at 1 her home yesterday afternoon to I members of the Jolly Eight Club The dining room table nt which the luncheon WRJI nerved was centered with R bouquet of mixed Spring nowers. Picardy pladloli were nrnuiged throughout the entertaining rooms of the home, • • • Mrs. Nunn Entertains Octette Club, Guests Mrs. MHI vln Nunti was hostess yesterday to members of the Orlctte Club ami two guests, Mrs, G, H, Greer and Mrs. V. G. Holland nt her home on W. Walnut. In the brittle games played, Mrs. Nunn won hljjh score nnd Mrs. Cleo Lnnyston, second high. Attractive arrangements of Spring f lowers were used in the enlerlain- ifc rooms of the home.' Refreshments were served by the hostess. Mrs. Eld ridge Hostess To Bunco Club, Guests Mrs. Clyde EldrldgR was hostess yesterday to members of the Friendly Eight Club and three guests. Mrs Jerry Hearn, Mrs, Herman HolT- mn.ui and Mrs. Jack Matheny, In the bunco games played, Mrs Hoarn won bunco. Mrs. Paul Human, high and Mrs. Carlton Ors burn, low. Potted plants were used in lh« entertaining rooms of the home. Refreshments were served by Ih hostess. er, led Jeremiah and His Prayers," E. R. Bogan closed the meeting with prayetv „ ' ' •"'•• The Easier motif was carried out i the decorations and the hostess trvcd. refreshments of a salad late. lovered Dish Supper Had \y Luxora Baptist Church LUXORA. Ark., Mar. 12.—A cov- rert <lUh supper was helrt Wednes- ay night nt Ihe Luxora Sflptist Church for the monthly "Faintly tt" meeting In the soclnl center f tho church. TJie large table was centered 1th a Inrgc birthday cnke in honor f those having birthdays in Feb- imry and March. A brief business meetlnR followed he supper. At The Hospitals RlylhevlIIp llnsplUl During the afternoon when rook tames were played Mrs. Grover I Wren won high. Mrs. Richard i Dismissed: Prichard, second high and Mrs- \V. j Ml ' K - H "S h Parish. Rtc. 1, city B. Mayo, rooko. ! Cecil \V. Mnugh, Cooler, Mo. The St. Patrick's Day motif was carried out In the decorations of the home and also in,the tallies. Tile hostess served .a , cte-vsert course with coffee. Walls Hospital Dismissed L Mrs. Charley \Voocir iui? nnd hab; city. Mrs. Tina MerriM. Rtc. 2, city. Dr. Skaller Is Elected ^resident of Camera Club Dr. M. L. Skallcr was clecletl ircsidenl of the newly orgnulzcd DlylhcviUe Camera Club at the first neetlng lost night at his home. There were 16 members attending-. Oilier officers elected to serve with him arc, vice-president. Tommy O'Stecn. secretary and treasurer; G. Thompson Jr., and program chairman, Robert Rcedcr. The purpose of the club, which will meet twice fl month. Is lo pro- _ mote belter photography. j Following the nice Ling, refresh- " merits were served. Mrs. Huey Is Hostess To Demonstration Club The Lone Oak Demonstration Club met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. J. O. Huey with 9 members present. Mrs. Jack Robert.son Rave the scripture reading, after which the group sang the hymn, "The Old Rugged Cross". Mrs. Forrest Moore led the group in prayer. The various committee's and the newly elected chairmen for th? year are as follows: scrapbook. M.^ Forrest Mioio; gardens. Mrs. Tom BriUoii; poultry, Mrs. R. E. Davis; dairy, Mrs. Ben Ray; nutrition. Mrs. Jack Robertson; home industry, Mr.s. J. O. Huey: clotliiner. Mrs. I. W, Fields; home management. Mrs. R. E. Davis; recreation, Mrs. Glen Alexander and home furnishing, Mrs. Forrest Moore. - A talk Was. given by Miss Bond. on the subject of electricity and how to use elcctriclal rppliances. The group was dismissed with prayer, after which the hostess served refreshments. F. Sariford of Con way will serve as Instructor. The Rev. Mr. Santord has taught similar classes In North Arkansas Conferences. He will teach the first session at 2:30 p. m. Sunday at the Osccola Church and also on Monday and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Crawford | Tuesday nights, at 7 30 p. m. are in Nashville, Tenn., visiting I Moving pictures win be shown in Missco Singers to Meet at Calvary Baptist Church The Mississippi County Si 113 in* Convention will meet Sunday nftcr- noon nt the Calvary Baptist Church. The public is to atlend. Mr. Craufonl's aunt, Mrs. Joe Mills. Mr, and Mrs. Ty Adams ami Mio. Nonyn Haynes spent Saturday in Jonc.s'ooro. Mr. ami Mrs. Adams also had a.s their gue,sts, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dfwis and children. Martha Ellen and Nancy, of Pine Bluff, and Mrs. Haynes' son, William Haynes I and Mrs. Haynes of West Memphis, I .spent the weekend with Mrs. i Haynes. ! j Mr. ami Mrs. E. M. Calvert nnd ' I Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Weir of Marked Tree, visited Mr. and Mrs. Culvert's daughter, Miss Cliristine Calvert, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. An eel Montgomery nnd son, Travis, were the weck- j end guest 1 ; of Mr. Travls's aunt, I Mrs. B. E. Williams and Mr. Wili limns in Perkins. Mo, I Miss Christine Calvert, Miss Gretchcn Barnes and Mi5j Emma Lee Kennamor will leave Friday for Con way, where Miss Earner and Miss Kennamer will be the weekend guests of Miss Kennamcr's parents, Mr. and Mrs, z. T. Kennamer. and Miss Cnlvcrb will attend the birthday party ol the Sigma Alpha Sorority. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Wood Jr., and ,son. O. B. Ill, spent the weekemi m Blythcvillc with Mi.s, Wood's mother, Mrs. Clara Davis. Mr. and Mrs. James Bockstrmz of Flint. Mich., are risiting Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Corkran. connection with the subject of discussion. "MISERY" That You Often GeT From Lumbago and DUEIlMATir t min > brought on hv KntUIVIA 111 dampness flnd harl weather, ecnda many (oiks to tho store lor C-2^j:j. Often you start to feel quick relief after the first spoonful. Caution: Use only.aa directed. Buy C-2223. mount News and Short Cent. Showing Sunday 1:30 to 11: Ladies Auxiliary Meets With Mrs. Chester Powers The Ladlp.s Auxiliary of the Little Rivnr Church met Monday at the home of Mrs. Chester Powers with 13 members present. , Pray ens were offered by Mrs. Bob Vcach. Mrs. Chester Powers and Mrs. John Stntler. Devotional, taken from the Book of Jonah, \ was given by 'Mrs. Mannering ! Towlcs. Mrs. Jess Morgan taught! the lesson which included scriptures ] readings from the book of Genesis. \ Following the meeting. re[resh- j menU were served by the hostess. Throat of colds. Hub VapoRub outhront...chest. Melt lome In mouth, tool MORNING, NOON and NIGHT! Fine food in an appetizing setting, served by a friendly, efficient stuff! You always gel the best ill Dixieland, whether you drop in for a liglil snack or a Dixieland Special! We're •** Fresh Reelfoot Croppie Delicious Chicken 'ri Basket Sizzling T-Bone Steaks SYMPHONY PI Hi OOID 1 HIVE» FINISH WITH STUDDED KHLNES1ONESI Berry Infant Buried Funeral services were conducted this morning for the infant daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Berry yesterday afternoon at the Blythevllle Hospital at the Cobb Funeral Home Chapel. The Rev. E. C. Brown pastor of the First Baptist Church officiated and burial was in the Elm wood Cemetery. She is survived by her parents, and one sister, Bobby June Berry. Package Liquor Store For Sale Located In a. small town about 1500 population, with good drawing business all around town. A real farming center located on main street in a nice larjje brick building*with nice living quarters, for $45 per month rent. This store is taking in average of $3500 per month. Owner has become 111, and has to go to a. different climate. This store, has a clean stock, will sell for $3000. plus the Inventory at wholesale price. Stock will run about $5000. Now If you want something food, see me at once. Lyman Gross Gross Hotel, Sikeslon,'Mn. Nn Telephone Calls or letters. See me in person. COMING! March 17-18-19 ScuddaHoo- Scudda Hay with June Haver and l.on McAllister This picture Is being world premiered March 10 in 329 theatre! over six states. tt!>\ Ottice (»)iens 6:31) Show Starts 6:45 Opens Sunday liOO; Starts 1:1S Continuous Shows Sat. & Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday o passes honored on Sunday at Koxy Thealrfj Last Time Today DOUBLE FEATURE Angel on My Shoulder with Paul Muni and Ann Baxter But Old Fashioned, Too DIXIELAND CAFE North Highway 61 at Holland, Mo. Phone Steele 17F22 "Smooth" is the word for these sensational swing bond pins! Trickiest woy to liven your dresses and suit tapels . . , or clo wonders for your vcorf. Besides, Ihey'rc so inexpensive you'll wont 1o own several. Imagine ... a miniature rhincslone Irumpet, violin, saxophone, oVum, banjo, ond clanncl in silver or gold finish. Fcinberg's UW. CLEANERS Phone 3747 \V« use every modern device thai we can to improve the efficiency or quality of our service, but you'll find us downright old-fashioned in some respects. In courtesy, for example, or in our firm belief tha( the customer is not, only "right"—but that he's entitled to our very best attention. Saturday Apache Rose with Koy Ropers anrl Dale Evana Serial: "Canadian Mounted" No, i and Short Cont'd Shows Sat. 12:30 to 11:30 Pick Up and Delivery Service 300 South Division Sunday and Monday ALAN LADD is dcip in dongtr deeptr in lovtl GERALDINE FITZGERALD' , PATRtC KNOWLES • Wn Htjt tHiivaiim Fictuit Foi Newt »nd Selected Shurt Cont. Showfnj Sunday 1:30 III ll:«t

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