The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 11, 1949 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 11, 1949
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PAOTFOUR BLYTHKVILLE (AP.K.) COURIER NEWS Amelia SaJiba, Society Editor Phone 4461 Informal Dance Given , At Woman's Clubhouse Continuing tn the series of interesting events planned for Miss JIa Rogers and Johnson Biackwell, prior to their marriage, next Friday at the First MethodUt Church, Mrs. E L. Hale, Mrs. Arthur Vance, Mrs. P. E. Black and Mrs. W. J. Pollard entertained with an Informal dance. Approximate!)' co guests attended the nffatr which was hew at the Woman's Clubhouse. MLss Mary Margaret John-son of Memphis was an out of town guest. As the giiesLs nrrived .eacli ludy was presented a corsage of pansics to be worn In her hnir. The bsllroom «•.« decorated with vases of tulips in pastel shades, ii'ls, lilac and gladioli, which took on a festive air of spring. The refreshment table, overlaid with a cloth of lace was centered with a crystal punch bowl and encircled with green fern studded with while carnations and white stock. Mrs. Jack Hale aud Miss Dorothy Jean Higginson presided over the table. Special enteitainment during the evening was presented by Larry T Moore who played piano selections and Kuuter Kimbrough, who saiitj several solos. Miss Rogers was presented a corsage and a brides book ns a. gift from the hostesses. She wove for this affair, a formal gown of plall tafleta. Miss Doris Opal Britt Wed to Thomas Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Berry Britt of Promised Land announces the marriage of their cjEUighter, Miss DorLs Opal Britt to Thomas Julian Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Mitchell, also of Promised Laud. The wedding was solemnized Saturday night at the home of Justice of the peace, Bob Green In Osceol.t. Miss Ruth Lloyd, maid of honor, was the only feminine attendant. She wore a grey suit with black accessories. The bride chose a black and grey gabardine suit with black accessories. Gerald Mann served Mr. Mitchell as,best man. The couple will mate their home in Promised Land where he is engaged to farming with his father. • * • Mr., Mrs. Huey Entertain With Enchilada Supper Mr. »nd Mrs. T. o. Hney wer« host ana hostess Saturday night when they entertained ivith an «nchiladta Supper at their home. The entertaining .rooms' of Iht home were decorated with atlrnc- tive arrangements of Japanese roles and lilac. Following supper, rook was pJayed With Mrs. A, E. Miller winning high More for the women and James McMullin receiving high score for the men. Guests who attended Included Mr. »nd Mrs. Forrest Moore, Mr. and Mrs. w. D. Mayo and son, Billy, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Milder, Mr. and Mrs. 3. O. Huey, Mrs. P .B. Huey, Misses Ila and Lois Fields, James McMullin and Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Baujh- man. Birthday Celebrated By Monty Bndgwater Monty Brldgwater was honored on Ills seventh birthday yesterday when his parents, Mr. and Mrs Mnntell Bridgcwaler entertained 13 of his friends with a lawn parly at their home, 60C North Fifth. Psrly game.4 and contests were plnyed t'l the afternoon with Diane Turner and Pat Wllllngham winning tho prlres. Following the opening ol the gifts, refreshments of parly foods were served. Each guest \va.s presented a favor of Exstcr baskets. Mrs. Brldgwutor was assisted In serving by her mother, Mrs. Lucille Daniels Birthday Party Given For Janet Sue Boyd Jnnet Sue Boyd celebrated her 10th birthday Thursday afternoon when she entertained with a party al liej- home, 2328 Carolyn. Approximately 3:1 nf Janet's friends attended the party. During [lie afternoon, various party games and ^contests were played with prizes 'being won by Leon Privetl and Smith Taylor Hrnckln. Following the games, the honorec opened her gifts. Refreshments of assorted party foods were served by Janet's mother, Mrs. Vernon Boyd who was assisted by Mrs. Luclan Oalnes. Favors of Easter candy was presented to each guest. At The Hosnitals Rlytlievllfo HospHal Dismissed: Jan Hughes, Huffman. LUida Burllson, Stscle, Mo. Mrs. Turner Cogglns, city. Mrs. W. F. Brewer, city. Mrs. L. I. French and baby, Hor- nersvllle, Mo R. H. Duckworth, Rlsco, Mo. Mi-j. pnul Brown, Steele, Mo. Worth Nccley, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. John W. Mister and baby city. Mrs. R. H. p. Burks, city. Mrs. Billy Dimlap and baby, Osceola Mrs. H. B. Oakes, city. Paul Lee Mitchell, Bragg City, Bits of News Mr. and Mrs, Tony Bruschi and sons, Anthony and Phillip arrived Friday from Treulon, N. J., to maka their home In Bythcvllle. Mrs. Bm- scln is the former Miss Mildred Mitchell 01 Blythcvillc. Mrs. LoLs Pries returned to her home Saturday In St. Louis, Mo., after having spent the past week here as guest of Mrs. John B. Walker. Mrs. M. O. Goodwin spent the weekend In Maury city, Tcnn., where she visited with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mr.i W. W. Shaver went to Memphis yesterday where Mr. Shaver entered Cnmpoclls Clinic there aud will undergo an operation this tnoinlng. Their daughter Mi's Joo Prlcie Jr., went to Memphis this niiirmiiR to be with them. Mj.-is Mary Margaret Johnson is the guest ol Miss llo Roeers. Bill Prlvitt spent the weekend in Dyersburp, Tens., as guest of Miss Jane Williams and her parents. Harry Weedmnii went to Dyersburp by plane yesterday and accompanied him home. Mr. <md Mrs. F. O. Rclchel have as their guests, Mr. and Mrs W. C. Relchel and daughter, Mrs. Erwin Goers of Sliawniio, WIs. They came especially to be with Mr. Reiclic! who has been ill al his home, 1201 West Hcnrii. His condition remains the sniue. Mr. and Mrs. Keith J. Bllbrey and sons, Ctmrles and Jimmy spent the weekend In Imboden where they were the quests of Mr. Bllhrey's parents, Mr. and Mrs.. L. M, Bil- brcy and his grandmother, Mrs. J. T. Helm, who has been seriously 111. Mrs. Connie MoctlnRcr Jr. and son. Nell left yesterday for Morganfield. Ky., where they will visit with Arkansas College Choir Presents Program Here The Arkansu College Choir of Batesvilte, presented n special program during the morning service at the First Presbyterian Church yesterdny The choir was under tho direction of Miss Dorothy Hopo Lmidts, choir director and head of tht Arkansas College Music Department In Batesvllle. The service Included negro spirituals, congregation and choir read- Ing responsl vely, and a solo, entitled, "I Know That My Redeemer Llvelh" which was presented by Mlns LaiiJLs. The program concluded with the Hallelujah Chorus, from "The Messiah." Robert Jeffries, violinist, played the offertory and Lyndell Watkins, instructor of piano at the college, served as accompanist. The choir, composed of 32 members presentee; R program over ra- d 4 o station. KLCN at 12:30 p.m. Sunday, and appeared In O^ccola al 3 p.m., and 7:30 p.m. in Jonesboro. Mo. Mrs. Joy Dean Holllnghcnct and baby, Haytl, Mo. Mrs. James White, Hornersvllle Mo. Jean Edwards, city. Comedy to he Presented By Burdette Students The Junior and Senior classes of fiurdette High School 'will present a Ihrec-nct comedy entitled "Aunt Sninanthy Rule's the Roost" Thursday at 7:30 p.m.. in the schn,,| auditorium. The proceeds are to he used to help finance the annual Junior-Senior trip, which this year wall be to Washington, D. C. The cast follows: Aunt Samathy The cast follows: Aunt Samanthy Slmpklns. Joyce Rlcd; =crena Slmp- klns. Bobbye - McDonald; Polly Pnlne, Betty Easlcy; Annie Ambrose, Mamie Llyod; Blanche Bowers. Annabel Lutes; Luclen Littlefield, Lavon Easley; Blair Boswell, Burl Mahan; Frank Falrfield, Sam Young; Lawrence Lovewcll, Leo Tomlin, Buddy Basklns and Jenrl Mahan. Mrs. S. S. Pntcison, who Is the English teacher, piny. is directing the MONDAY, APRH, 11, 1949 Coming Events Social Calendar The Qleantrs class of th« First e en- Baptist Church will meet at the terUlned at the home o. Mr«. Bill J. W. Robbing in Steele, Mo., for a 1 o'clock luncheon. Thursday Mri, Elva Poe will entertain the Blythevllle Rook club, Avalon Bunco club will be en . .'..H.VII win mccb KI home of Mr«. jame« Roy at p.m. The MUbco Sub-district or the M. Y. f. will meet at the QoBiiell MethodUt church »t 1:11 p.m. Women of the First Presbyterian Church will meet as followa in circle group«. Circle One, Mrs, O. M, Gray with Mrs. M. F. Day as co-hostese; Circle Two, Mrs. Vernon Thomasson; Circle Three, Mr». J. p, McCal!»; Circle Four, Mre. J. T. O 1 . Steen at 8 p.m. Business Women will meet at church for a supper at 6:30 p.m. / The Y. w. A. of the First Baptist Chinch will meet at the home ol Miss Edna Overman at 7 p.m. The Alpha Beta Chapter of Ep- sllon Slgjjm Alplm will Imve an invltntlonal dunce at Lonnle's Club at 8 p.m. TiiMdiy The Charlevoix Chapter of the D. A. R. will have a luncheon meet- Ing, with Mrs. George Police): and Mrs. E. B. Woodson as hostesses. Mrs. Fred Rutherford Is in charge of the program on "Federal Highways" The Senior and Young Peoples Fellowship supper will be held at the First Methodist Church at 7 p.m. Mi'a. Doyle Henderson and Mra. James Roy entertaining with a dessert bridge at Mrs. Roy's home at 8 ' ' ' " Reid. Mrs. H. G. Partlow will be hostess to Club Eight members at her home. . The Senior High P. T. A. will meet in the school auditorium at 3 p. m. r~)i' their regular meeting and installation of officers. It will be preceded by a meeting of the executive board member at 2:30. p. m. Wednesday Family Night will be held at (he First Methodist Church at 6:30 P.m., which include a covered dish supper. Chlckasaw Chapter. Delphian Society, meets 10 a.m. In Hotel Noble. Mrs. Joe Trleschman and Mr*. Russell Farr honoring Miss Maxlne Reid at the Fnrr residence at 8 p.m. Mrs. J. J. Hargett will entertain the L. E. W. Bunco Club and guests with an Easter Party at her home. The Woman's Councl' of the First i Christian church Prc-Easter pray- meeting at the church at 3:30 honoring Miss Maxine Qllbow. Mrs. H. C. Blankeaship will be hostess to the O. N. B. Club. Mrs. Harold Hlnson will entertain the Thursday Rook Club. The Elliott Fletcher Chapter of the u. D. C. will meet in Luxora at the home of Mrs. Thomas Hudson for a I o'clock luncheon. The Fidcllis Class ol the First. Baptist Church will meet al the home of Mrs. Ben T. Mays at 7 p. m. for R pot hick supper. Mrs. Raymond fichmuck and Mrs. O. R. Redford will be co-liastesses. Saturday Mrs, James Hill Jr., Mrs. E. B. Thomas and Mrs. Joint Jones of Paranould, will entertain at the Hill residence at 3 p.m. honoring Miss Jane McAdams. Tile Primary Department of the First Baptist Church will have their annual Raster Egg Hunt al the church from 3 to 4 pjn. Civic Calendar Monday Junior chnmber of Commerce— 7:00 p.m. Tuesday Lions Club. Hotel Noble—12:15 p.m. High Bihool p. T. A. Executive Board—2:30 p.m., followed by p. T. A.-3:00 p.m. City Council—8:00 p.m. American Legion—8:00 p.m. \Vedm-stlay Kiwanis club, Hotel -foble—12:10 p.m. Sudbury P. T. A. Executive Board —2.30 p.m.. followed by P. T. A. —3:00 p.m. Thursday Rotary Club, Hotel Noble—12:10 p.m. Fridaj Second meeting of the Boy Scouts training course—7:30 p.m. Costume Party Is Held By Junior-Tri-Hi-Y A costume party was held by the Junior-Tri-Hi-Y at the Blythevllle •Y' Saturday evening. Various games were played and a program was aiwigecl for the entertainment of the guests. An acrobatic dance was presented by Vligln'i Troulman followed by a solo, "So Tired'' given by Misa Nina Clifton They were accompahicd al the pimio by Jan Dlckerson. A covered dish supper was served ail* the program. Commission to Select Name for New Bridge WEST MEMPHIS, Ark., April 11 f/I>i—The Memphis anrt Arkansas Bridge Commission, meeting here this afternoon, was expected to select a mune for the new four-lane highway bridge over tho Mississippi River at Memphis, A recent newspaper poll showed a majority ol the commission members favored naming it after E. H Crump, the Memphis political leader. The Tennessee and Arkansas legislatures have passed resolutions supporting the name "Memorial Bridge." A reindeer in northern Finland cats about 27 pounds of white lichen—reindeer moss—hi a day. Read Courier News Want Ads. ' LYDIfl £. PINKHAM'S -HOT , HASHES?_ "vI? rt IP u eotag thru the limctluzuu .™'??i«:}» Vf'loa peculiar to wom- ""J 38 -" >«.)? Doe. thU m.kc you S£f vS"? 1 . hot nasl >™. '"1 so nVr- KW, hlgh-.trung. tired? Then ix> trr Lydl. E. Plakhim'o Vegetable Com- E? w? f """'• iuc h <ympt.->tiu| J', compound iko haS wh.t Dooon- oil t .tomachlc tonic effect! VEGETUU cauramm Swaps Mute lot Cir • Year MILWAUKEE (UP)—Mrs. Elsie Jaeger lost her husband via a divorce court but sained assurance ol a new car every year. Aa p*rt of the settlement, the court ruled that Walter Jaeger, Milwaukee, car dealer must provide his wife with a new car each year. t.'ontinunus Shows R<ix Office Opens 1:45 Show Sim-Is a:00 IJSTKN I'D Kl.CN 8:(JU a.m. 12:49 p.m 4:30 p.m. Last Time Today PITFALL with Dick Powell and I.izabeth Scott Paramount * Selected Shorts Continuous Showing Kvcryduy Tuesday and Wednesday • UNIVEDSAI-INIE8NAIIONAI. FIESENU KOBEtT MONTGOMERY SUSAN HAYWARD PAYNE TOTTER Short Subject* Continuous Showing Ereryday JOHN "THE SAXON CHARM friends and relatives. They plan to be gone a week. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mahon spent the weekend in Memphis Friday as guests of Mr. Million's sister. Mrs Robert Hawkins, Mr. Hawkins and daughter, Charlene. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gargis and Mrs. Pearl Mitchell spent yesterday In Dyersburg, Tcnn., as guests of Mrs. Mitchell's sister, Mrs. Roy p rmr McGulre, who was celebrating her I Chapter D. o! the P. E. O. Sister- ! birthday. hood will meet at the home of Mrs. ; Sets First Movie at 88 FREKPORT, Me. (UP)—Mlchnel Cavanaugh saw his first motion picture at the age of 88. It took a lot of coaxing but he consented to go with his 15-year-old wife as part of thiir 55th wedding anniversary. He liked It. 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