The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 15, 1948 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 15, 1948
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PAGE FOUR BLTOIEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS MONDAY, MARCH 15, 1948 oe etu, ^ Phone 4461 Woman'* Club Is Setting For Benefit Bridge Party Th« Woman's Club House wa« th« •ettini Saturday afternoon, for the ter of Mrs. Allle Wilson and Benefit Bridge Party sponsored by '-'- "— - •••••-tie Woman's Club of Blytlievllle. Approxinutely 115 attended. A tr«*n »nd white color scheme Was used In the decorations to carry out the St. Patrick's Day tiieme. A huge mirror In the entrance hill of th« club was garlanded with green and white crepe paper entwined with Ivy. The window em- bruure« were decorated with clusters o( magnolia leaves from which Jell Ivy streamers. The piano and tiuffet were centered with the Bann arrangement of a low bowl of Jonquils garlanded by greenery and flanked by yellow tapers burmiii; In silver candelabra. i Tlie Individual table.?, covered with white cloths, were each centered with a small potted plant, i'hich also were used as table prizes. The handmade tallies and score pads of a shamrock design completed the decorations ol Ihe clubhouse. Mrs. Russell Orecnway won high acore prize, in the bridge games played, Mrs. Mclvln Halscll second high. Mrs. Clarence Webb, third high, and Mrs. W. I. Malin bridgo. in the rook games, Mrs. Alvin Hardy won high score and Mrs. Ne- yille Blakemore. low. Refreshments ol a dessen course were served. Proceeds of Ihis party will EO nn the repairs and equipment Ira the Miss Wilson Is Wed In Afternoon Ceremony Miss Bobble Jean Wilson. daugh- tlin late Ben P. Wilson, became th<' bride r>f Franklin Short Jr.. -son of Mr. and Mrs. Frantclin Short '>f Manila, in R ceremony solemnized yesterday afternoon at the home o' the bridegrooms parents In Manila. The nev. L. J. Richardson officiated at the sinple ring ceremony in Ihe presence ol intimate friends and relatives. The bride wore plaid flannel suit fashioned a filled waist and a peplum. Her accessories were of black and she pinned a corsage, of red carnations at her shoulder. Mrs. Short attended school In Wilson and prior to her marriage, was employed at S. H, Kress and Co. Mr. Short attended school in Manila and is now engaged in farming there, where they will make their home. Bits of News Buifel Supper Honors Mr. anc! Mrs. O'Keefe Mr. and Mrs. William Hunter O'Keefe .were complimented Saturday night when Miss Jane Castlio entertained with a buffet supper at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Garth Castlio. 2012 Hcarn St. • Tlie dining table was draped with an Italian lace cloth and centered I with a striking arrangement of I tiny white mums and snapdragons I In a low crystal bowl. Delicate pastel shades of gladioli were used lu i the entertaining rooms of the home. Out-of-town guests were Miss Jean Speck of Frenchman Bayou, Bill Munslng of Wilson nnd Mr. and Mrs. Bob Finklea of Memphis Miss Castlio was assisted in serving by her mother and grandmother, Mrs. Cora Melixzfl. Birthday Is Celebrated By Manerva Jo Bogun Manerva Jo Bogun. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bogun celebrated her fifth birthday with i party Saturday afternoon at the home of her nuul and uncle, Mr. «nd Mrs. Bob Barnes. The afternoon was spent wiih the 15 young guests being entertained with comic picture show which were presented by Mrs. Carl lay. Parly games were also played and prizes were won by Billy Me- Daniels, Thomas Lynn Chapman and Donna Fae Tinker. Each guest received a favor by fishing In a miniature pond wheie thistles and other favors were placed. Mr. and Mrs. Charles namey and son. Jimmy, nnd Mr. nnd Mrs, Flske Miles Jr. and daughter. Sally, have returned to Chicago, III., after visiting hern for several days. They red and while | came especially to be with Ihcir father, C. W. Ramey. who has been seriously ill nt the Baplisl Hospital In Memphis. Dan Caldwell. son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Caldwell, has pledged Kappa Alpha social u-niernily nt Duke University. Durham. N. C. He is a member of the freshman class. Miss Muriel Ann Knudson. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Knudsen, was Included on the Honor Roll for the first semester of 1917--IR at MuuMimay College. Jacksonville. III. This is the highest nc'iidemic rniitiK Hint can IK given at MacMurray. Cadet ' David Monre, student at Cnstle Heights Military Academy, Lebanon, Ti'iin . Is spending his mid-term vacation with his mother, Mrs. N. M. Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Hob Finklea of Memphis spent the weekend here as guests of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. J. Field. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hollon Cnrner are the parents of n son Ixirn March 0 at Walls Hospital. He luis been named Eddie Glenn. Mr. nnd Mrs. I,. D. Chumblin and Mr. and Mrs. Him White spent the weekend in Memphis. Mrs. E. H. Gee and son. E. R Jr., Mrs. H. F. Kiislmer nnd Mrs. Hurry W. Haini's .spent Saturday in Memphis. Miss Entopla Wliii worth and Miss Mary Hubler spent ye.slerday Walnut Ridge, Ark., where iliey attended a Wesleyan Service Guild meeting of ihc Methodist Chun-lies T. L Seay Is spending .several days 111 Chic.iKu, III., and Detroit. Mich., attending to business. Mrs. Pnul Pryor and daughter. Mclbn. Mrs. Lillian Frank, Bnrbnrn who is the housegucst of her grand- ! Oclnlill 8. Barbara Salibn, Annclln ,„ ,..„„ I Humphries. .Inne Wilson. Euli Smith and Ruih Hale spent the weekend In Memphis. While there Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Si Stephens Auxiliary will meet at the home of Mrs. Andrew Moses at 8 o'clock. Women's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian Church will meet at the church at 2:30 p.m. for business meeting. Installation of officers ami a tea will follow the meeting. Business Women's Circle Eight of the First Baptist Church meeting at 7:45 at the home of Mrs. Vesta Rowen on 1301 W. Holly St. G. E. O. Club meeting at the home of Miss Dorothy Jean Hlg- glnson. W. S. C. S. of the Lake Street Methodist Church meeting at 2:30 p.m. at the church. Baptist Y. Vf. A. meeting with Miss Wlllagene Daws. Youth Fellowship of First Mcth-i 2:30 Circle Three meeting at th» horn* of Mrs. Allen D. Stewart; Circle Four meellng with Mrs. Ben White; Circle Five meeting with Mrs. W. T. Oberst with Mrs. W, F. Brewer as co-hostess and Circle Six with Mrs. J. E. Stevenson. Tuesday Tri-Town Bridge Club meeting nt Ihe home of Mrs, James C. Guard. Youth Fellowship of First Meth- ndlst Church Sub-District meeting nt the Fust Methodist Church in Osceola at 7:30 p.m. Alpha Alpha chapter of Bela Sigma phi meellng at clubroom at 7:30 pin. Wednesday Alpha Delia Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will meet at the home of ' Mrs. Jim Smoihcrmon at 2:30 p.m. | Maple Grove Cemetery Assocla- i lion will meet at the home of Mrs i Sallie Hubler on Madison, St., at At Tlie Hospitals Blytherllle HoaplUI Dismissed: W. E. Kennedy. Steele. Mo. Charles Locke. Jonesboro. Mrs. R. M. Pike. Steele. Mrs. Jack Hardin, Dell. Betly Sue Outhrle, cl!v. Mrs. Jane Sandlln. Wilson. Cecil I.fingford, cily. Welch Foster, cily. Walli Hospital Dismissed. Jackie Uselton. III. 3, city. Mrs. Joe E. Sanford, Holland, Mo. Mrs. Chnriea Bittner, city, Mrs. Erwln Auston, cily. Leonard L. Manning, Manila. Mrs. Joe Gray and baby, Rte. 2, city. Jack Morris, Manila. Mrs. George Moscr. Dell. • Mrs. Morgan Is Honored i With Bridge Luncheon \ OSCEOLA, Ark.. Mm. 15 Mrs.! E. S. Morgan Jr., of Nashville, Tenn., odlst Church Sub-District meeting at the First Methodist Church In Osceola. 7:30 p.m. W. M. S. of First Bapilst Church having Royal Service Program nt the church at 2:JO p.m. W. S. C. S. of Ihe First Methodist Church meeting in circle oups. Circle One will meet wlili rs. Alfred Williams with Mrs, W. Holland as; Circle wo meeting with Mrs. E. n. Gee; ^tended vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Oray and son. odd. of Conway returned home, eslerday after visiting here for sev- al days. Mrs. Kva Crowe was dismissed esterday from Ihe Methodist Hostal in Memphis where she undercut a major operation two weeks ?n. Her condition is improved. Mr. nnri Mrs. H. N. Swearengen r. were were in Memphis yesler- ay where they visited G. W. Raley. who is a patient at the Baptist ospltal. Mr. Ramey's condition has een serious but Is now slightly im- roved. Mrs. W. L. Honier and son, Jack pent Saturday in Memphis. Mrs. Dan Dunklln and daughter, Irs. Harold Doyle were In Meni- his yesterday where they visited Ith Mr. Doyle, who Is a patient t the Veterans Hospital. F. E. Black was admitted to Vails Hospital yesterday where he rill undergo treatment. Mrs. Daniel Lewis and son, Con- ile returned Saturday to their home n New Orleans. La., after spending evernt weeks here as guest of her irothcr, Cornelius Modlnger and amlly. mother. Mrs. W. B. Flnnnlgnn. was honored Friday when Mrs. John Allen nnd Mrs. William Hard Kd- rington entertained five tables of bridge guests with a luncheon at the home of Mrs. Allen. During the afternoon when bridge games were plnycrt. Mrs. Dan Hamner won high. Mrs. Dane Fergus second high and Mrs. S. W. Fuller low. Low bnwls filled with Kiant jonquils and mixed Spring flowers, were used as- decorations In the parly rooms. The gun«[ of honor l .':as presented a gift by the hostesses. they attended the "Student Prince' which was presented at Ihe Ellis Auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bocun and daughter. Nancy, left this morning for Patiucah, and other points i Kentucky, where they will spend a Study Course to Begin At Luxora Baptist Church LUXORA. Ark.. Mnr. 15 — The Training Union of the Fi'rst Bap- list Church of Luxora will bcpln a study course tonight, fi:30 o'clock. at the church, which will continue throughout the week. The Rev. A. B. Hill will teach the junior course. "Bible Heroes" nnd Joe Olive the IntcrmedllUe. The dining room lable was cov- , course entllied "Alcoholism, the De- ercd with a lace cloth and center- j strovcr". Mrs E. C. Skeen will «d with a birthday cake inscribed j leach the young people's course on With "Happy Birthday Jo Jo", > "Planning n Life" and the Rev. C. flanked by miniature Easier rabbits, i J- Rushing, who is the Mississippi ; Mrs. A. B. Jnggers made a record- County Missionary will conduct the : ing of the guests singing "Happy adult study "Working Together Birthday" to the guest of honor. Colored moving pictures of the young guests were taken throughout the afternoon. > Out of town guests attending were. Mrs. Lockic Ross, Mr. and Mrs. James W. Morris and daughtci.';. Barbara Jean and Mary Ann. all ol Ho>. Oflk-i: Opens 11:30 Slum- SUrls fi:45 (l]irns Sunday 1:00; Slarli 1:15 Ciinlinunus Shows Sat. A Sun. Bargain Mthi r.vcry Nighl Except Saturday No IKI?S» honored on Sunday i Ro\y Theatre* a Spiritual Democracy." Biblical motion pictures will ix 1 shown to the I entire group during the interims- '• j sion period. l.asl Time Today 0. S. S. with Alan l.adrl and CIcralilinc Fllijeralrt Fox S'cws and Selected Slmrt Deafness ailment. often hereditary Tuesday and Wednesday Memphis aud Mrs. of Leachville. p. A. Alexander Bil'tliday Party Given For Raymond Lee Mayo Raymond Lee Mayo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Audrey l/cc Mavo. celebrated his sixth birthday" Friday when his mother inviied 22 of. hu young friends over for a parly. During the afternoon the guc-sis played party games with prizes being won by Freddy White aud Charles Frazier. Mrs. C. B. Eichie- son directed the games. | Refreshment. 1 ; of birthday caV:c and ice cream was sewed (or refreshments. Mrs. Mnvc. was assisted in serving by Mrs. Mil'.ard Hooper. t To relieve m'ser- .">. rub throat. F chest and back With comforting For the Little Man's Easter! Jack & Jill Eton Suits Wearable gabardine coat, shirt »n* trouKrs that will look well on any youns fella. Comfs In choice of several colors. \Yhllr, (/ tofl. Sizes 1-4 '5.95 Mrs_ James B. Clark enlertaining members of Town and Country Club. Wednesday Bridge Club meeting at ttie home of Mrs. W. J. Wundcr- lich. Avalrm Hunco Club being entertained by Mrs. DeWilt VanCleve. B. H. I. M. Club being enter- lalneri at the home of Mrs. George Saliba. ! Ttiursday i Mi.s. Byron Morse entertaining ! menibej.s of Ihe Thursday Luncheon Chili. Mid-Week Club incctinR at tile home of Mrs. Cecil Shane. Octette Club members being en- I terlainecl at the home of Mrs. Edwin Robinson. Jnily Kiplil Club being emer- lained at Ihe home of Mrs. Wendell Kaloti. Pathfinders Class of the First Methodist Church having class party at Ihe church at 7:30 p.m. Friendly Eijlit Club meeting at the home of Mrs. Gene Ellis, Kriday Ml.s. Lane N'owel! entertaining : Alpha Detit Bunco Club. Chapter N. P. E. O. Sisterhood, ; meetitiq \vith Mrs. Lloyd Stiekmon ] and Mrs. C. M. Smart. j Saturday I Miss Jane Casllio and Mrs. Garth Castlio entertaining with a buffet supper at Ihe Castlio home at 7 o'clock honoring Mrs. W. IT. O'Keefe, the former Miss June Oos- ncll. ; Cotillion Club will have their monthly dance. !i:00 p.m. at the ' Legion Hul. Hosts and hoMe.«cs ': will be Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Regcnold and Mr. and Mrs James Roy. Civic Calendar Monday Junior Chamber of Commerce, 7:00 p.m. Tueada.T Lion's Club. 12:16 p.m. American Legion. 8:00 p.m. Wednesday Kiwanls Club, 12:10 p.m. Olrl Scouts of America Lone Troop 8:00 p.m. Thursday Rotary Club, 12:10 p.m. Osceola Events Monday W. 8. C. S.. study course. 2:30 p.m. at the First Methodist Church. W. Y. A. meeting at the home of Miss Eva Belle Lannum at 6:00 p.m. Junior Progressive Club meeting at the Community House at 1:30 p.m. Mississippi county Sub-nistrl.'t meeting at Ihe First Methodist Church at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday Rotary Club. Masonic Hall st 12:30 p.m. Literary club meeting at the home of Mrs. Frank Sanders at 2:30 p.m. Men's night at the First Presbyterian Church at 7:00 p.m. 48 Club meeting in the home of Mrs. Elliott Siu'tain at 7:0o p.m, Sub-dristict meeting nt the First Methodist Church at 7:00 p.m. Wednesday 46 Club meeting nt the home of Mrs. Palmer Stanton at 2:00 P.m. Sunday school Lesson, 7:03 p.m. nt the First flnptist Church. Bible Study and prayer at the First Baptist Church at 1:00 p.m. Mid-Weck Services of the First Presbyterian Church from 5:00 lo 8:00 p.m. Thursday ! Two lable club meeting at the : home of Mis. Guy F. Hrynnt at 2:01) p.m. | Kiwanis Club Annual Ladies Night at the First Methodist Church, 7:00 p.m. Friday Two table club meeting with Mi.s. Zcke Pollard nt 2:00 p.m. Mrs, WardeU Is Hottest To Two Tables of Bridge BACKACHE quick comloirlns hrl|i lor . Kticumatlc I'alns. Geuing Up NlglHs. atronf rloudy iirl*.. IrrJlatiup passages. l.rg I'aUi*. circles utirlcr ej'cs, and swollen Rubles, dtti 10 non-organic and tion-systcmlf Kidney *nd OSCEOLA, Ark., Mnr. 15—Mrs, G. L. Wardell Jr.. was hostess will)' two tables of bridge guests at her n'"i<ier troubles, try c»in«. Quick, temple!• home Friday afternoon. . ««tuii«ion«ir_m<iner buck tuaranieed. A* Mrs. Bruce Colbert won high score prize and Mrs. Bob Kcn.drlc.~k, second high. \ The hostess served a salad course. 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