The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 17, 1948 · Page 4
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March 17, 1948

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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PAGE POUX eutd Phone 4.161 "Ladies Night" Is Held By Blytheville Lions.Club, Members of the Blythevillc Lions Club had their »nnu«l "Ladic* Night" last night »t the Hotel Noble with IK members and guests attending. Paul Pryor acted as master of ceremonies. . A cocktail hour was held from 7:15 (III 8:00 o'clock followed by the three-course dinner, which was •orved in the Mirror Room ol the Hotel. The program consisted of four hilarious skits with Dr. Joe Bcas- ley, E. M. R«genold, Mrs. R, C. Fair »nd Mrs .Pred PJceman taking part in .the first skit "Next". the second entitled "How Long Is?" was conducted by E. M. Tcr- -ry,' who wns assisted by Newton Whitls, Walter Logan and C. R. Fenn. . "A Mess of Hominv" with Mrs R. C. Farr. Mrs. J. G. Triesclimann, Jr. W. Adams, Miss Jo A,nne Trlcch- mann, Mrs. Meyer' Grnber. O. B. Knudsen and w. Marlon Williams 'participating; was Ihe tliird Ml. ' . Highlight of the evening \va.s the "New Look Style Show" with Mr. »nd Mrs. Earl Buckley, Mr. and Mrs. Siielburue Brewer and Air. and Mrs, James Roy participating., It WHS conducted by J. G. Tricchmann. Climax of the program was a pantomime entitled "The Ladies Boudoir", presented by James Terry find J. P...McCa!ln. ."... Following the program, the guests spent the remainder of tlic eve- Business Women's Circle Meets With Miss Purtle Miss Delia Purtle was hostess Ia.it night at her home to members of the Business Women's circle Seven of the First Baptist Church. Mrs. John Tyrone was in charge of the business meeting during which It was announced that the. group will attend the federation meeting at Leachvillc, Thursday night, Mar. 18. Miss Purllc gave the study program taken from the second and third chapters of the mission study " Bits of News book "Spiritual Frontiers" t-,y | Counts Bedford. Mr. and Airs. Ru.well Phillips, Mr?. Betty Phillips and son, Mike, and Mr.?.- Bernard Gooch will return home Friday from Las Vegas, Ncv., where.they had spent several'weeks' vacation. L Alts. James flill Jr., Mrs. George fU'lreshnienls were served by the hostess. • • • Mrs. Cn'gger Entertains Club Members, Guests Mrs. Ch.-irlc.s Criggcr vrct» lioslc.v; al her home ycstordiiy' lo members of Tuesday Bridge Club and two tables of guests. Dnriiic ihe afternoon bririsc sanies, Mrs. B. A. Lynch won cue.sl hlRli. Mr.s. R. c. Allen, second guest hiKh. Mrs. Riley B. Jon-'.s, club high, and Mrs. Doyle Slender- W Pfles, Mrs. B. A Lynch n'nd Mrs. ion, second club hljjh. Enlcvtainlns rooms of ihe lioni" held uttrnt:tive arr'imgciuents Sprinu [lowers. The hostess served a dessert course. . W. Haines are in West Memphis today attending a qunitcrly conference of the Methodist Women's Soclcly ol Christian Service. Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Leech will return tomorrow from New York City »ncl Aliantic CHI, N. J. where they have spent Iwn weeks. Mr. mid Mrs. William Lawslw lime returned Ircmi W;c.-,h!ns!on, D. C,, Atlantic City, N. J,, and New York Cily where they him been for two weeks, They spent four day.s in Wa-shliigton. I). C. v.itli Mr. Lawshe's aunt. Mr.s. John \v. Snycle: mid Scd'ctury of the Treasury John W. Suyder. Gilbert Hazel and son. Jimmy "" Mr.s. E. H Uerryman. Mrs, , . Gus White oJ London, England. 'Dinner Party Is Given Honoring Paul McDaniel Miss Hetty McGregor was hostess lasl-night at Die home of her patents. Mr. and Mrs. Speck McGregor, when s.'ie entertained ivilh n dinner- party honoring Paul MuDiiniel. who ning .dancing. Gus White _.. 0 who it visiting here with \Vaitci- Logan, was a special guest. Each- fcmitilne-guest unending *a.< presented with » favor. Business Women's Circle Meets With v.lVlrs. Widner ThcB Busines.s Woincn'. Circle of Calvary Baptist Church met hist night at the home ol Mrs J u Widner. Guests included Mrs. L C Rollison, Mrs. c. W. Forrest. Mrs Raymond Belknap and the members of Girls Auxiliary. Mrs. Henry Berry, president, pre- •ided during the business session. A program on the "Aimle Arm- (tronK Offering" was presented by the Girls Auxiliary under tbc direction-of Mrs. Berry. .Those who par- rSlSl^^tS^^'l^": G '° dhh ^dresses were'Jo Ann Tedlock, who riljcijss- ' un 'Of Progressive Club *d "The Head", Barbara Prultt 'Th« Heart" and Lovie Hodge, "The Message." Pojlowing the meeting, refreshments were served irom the' dlnins? table, which was cemered with an • iraiisement of Easter lilies flanked 'f Suzie lla/cl and Mr.s. Ei-npst Hn/.el all oi Carulhcr.-iVillc. Mo., were: Kuesls Hundiiy o) Mr. and Mr.s. Ralph Borryniiui. They nl.so visited witli Mrs, Gilbi'il H.-.zc?) and son, born March ID. at Walls Hospital. Mr. HiKl Mix. U. W. Miillins are the parents o( a daushlcr born Saturday, March 13, at Walls l!os- j pital. Their second child, slie has been named Owia Lee. Mr.s. Htiys Mnriiiy hni BI/TTHEVILLB (ARJC.J COURIER Coining Events Social Calendar TuexUy 'oulh Fellowship of First Methodist Church Sub-District - meeng «t the .First Methodist Church In Osceola at 7:30 p.m. Alpha Alpha chnnler oj Beta Wind and Rain Ploy Havoc in South; Water Shortage Acute in California , MARCH 17, 19« -. Rv United Preu +. Storms hit the southeastern states today, a cold wave struck along the Canadian border and light rain and snow Jell in parched Northern and central Cillfornlk. Northern Alabama dug out from under a devastating twister. Rains up to two inches were acc . ...... - ............... •~... 4 -,,« u Cliurch • b v electrical storms and high winds <n <-« *!«»..„<*, * i,,u_, __ „,.___ in Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee «nd , Mrs. Eric Whltley was hostess Mrs, James B. clart entertaining state's long drought, .The showers Easter Sunday Missionary , members of Town and Country Club , . were not expected to ease the criti Wednesday Bridge Club meeting cal drouth conditions materially. at the home of Mis, W. J. Wundcr The Weather peratures were . Bureau said tem- Avalon Bunco Cluh helm; entertained by Mrs. DeWItt Vancieve. B. H. I. M. Club bclnR enter- Inlned at the home ol Mrs. George Sallba. Thursday ... ganlzlng.of a new class for col- . — '•" "wini in i£ge age students. It was di<wn<;sprl most sections of the 'country. Only and approved lo continue the era,alone the r:a,mrt,, n ,-,,,,.,. ......... J , ng ser V lces „,„„ devo 7, o ^ e ^||. cation and visual aid programs. Date of the opening service will be announced later. We the Wbmen "I'm getting sick and tired," said the mother of several small children, "ot always having to shove my children aside for my Maids. "Jim and I are invited out often, but (he invitations never Include the children. I don't resent that "But it's beginning to annoy me to think that I can't have my children around when I'm entertaining In my own home. "I can't, either Today friends are frank In saying they don't think a hostess has any right to inflict her children on her guesls. "So the nights when we have friends in, the children are given an early dinner and sent to bed ,. >,.e "My own parents didn't do that ., offer- to nie wllen I «'as a child," the wo- '£•. , I man wcllt »"• "The family received Plans were discussed for the or- lots of ""'Nations as a family And Officials and Teachers Hove Meeting at Church A meeting was held Jast night 7:30 of the First Christian Church Workers Conference In the church basement with U teachers and of- and the youngsters are bound to feel left out ot things. There's only one solulion for couples who really want to sham Hieir social life with Ilielr chil- 'awn: Find ot | 1( , r co uj)les who feel the same way and make at least . a few of their paitjos family af- . ny along the Canadian border, where a new cold wave moved toward the plains states, were temperatures extremely low. Near Hot Springs, s. D., tons of Ice and. water were believed to have Literary Club Meets ' Mrs. Byron Morse cntertaininc .. j members of the Thursday Lunch- • T e cons t"'ction workers , ^., I S o^he^So* rlash At F '°» k ^der's Home e j One ot Hie four men workinc In Un 80 by 200 foot pit was nJ-mv!I „ OSCEOLA, Ark., March IT- Mld-Week Club meeting at the! ionic ot Mrs, Cecil Shane. arrived Octette Club members being en- lertalned at the home of Mrs Kelvin Robinson. Jolly Eishl club being e.ucr- nlncd nt the home of Mrs. Wendell Eaton. Pathfinders Class of the First Methodist Church having class piu- y at the church at 7:30 p.m. Friendly Eight Club meeting at he home of Mrs. Gene Kills I'Yhhiy Mrs. Lane Nowol! entertaining Ipim Dctn Bunco CHtb Chapter N, p. E. o. Sisterhood t meeting with Mrs. Lloyd Silckmon i find Mrs. C. M. Smnrt. Saturday . --"- I--V ••'•" il.VH.Il(,-tl 1 the wall of water roared overi them"''''™' 1 barrll?r aml 'rapped I Another ice Jam flooded lowlands! nloiiR ihe Heart River in southeast resed I p E k North Dakota. At Stockton. Minn., three • children drowned when thawing j ce on a mill pond gave way \ na plunged thorn into 20 feet of water I'hirty persons were Injured none seriously, by the tornado 'which leveled 20 housr.s on the outskiHs or Muscle Shoals ty Northern Ala meters was hostess yesterday to members of the Liternrv Club at her home on Johnson Avcj Mrs. F. o. Gwyn, Mrs. Joe Rhode.'; Jr.. Mrs. C. E. Lloyd and Mrs Ruth Swausey acted as co-hostesses. small 1 , Mrs - °- w - Watson was the principal speaker during the program in id gave a group of poems from ' her own collection.?. I , none Earl »' Spring flowers were used • which I 1 " lhc entertaining rooms of the .-i-: . home. j A dessert course was served. . amy. n if there were guests for dinner at our house it was still a family dinner table. That gave us a icelmz of being a real part of the family winch I'm afraid my own children' dont have. But I don't, quite know what to do about it." Only One Solution There's a lot of truth hi what that mother says. Shove children aside oiten enough for outsiders with her me Mrs. Otis Dodd vice- president; Mrs. E. T. Cucle. secretary and treasurer and Mrs. J / Jones, reporter. Eleven members and one visitor Mrs. A. Guinn of Leachville, attended the meeting. J'l-oin the stnle Sanituritiiii, Bcwnc- j ville, lo .spend tsvo weeks with her will .chave Iheii I nearly o fi,, electric producer in u, c A s om Nodamacc to the dam or to was ceJcbrnUne; his birthday. A color scheme oi yrecii - *. ^,,,,,,,,, white was used in Ihe dpcoratin* S'cdc, Mo., were the weekend.'iiiics of the entertaining mums of the °' lle r par home to carry out the St. Patricks Bcrryimin. I mother, Mrs Amos Clifton, ami Mr. and Airs. Howard Cjruhain of Stcclc, Mo., were the weckcml cues'.s ot her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ralph ane by white tapers burning in silver holders. Multi-colored streamers, which fell from clusters ot Easter lilies on each corner of the table, eompleted the decorations. Day the Tiie dining Inblc was covered with n white cloth and held us a centerpiece, an ntlinctivc nrranne- ineut of jonnuils in a low crystal bowl flanked by green tapers burn- inc in crystal holders. Following dinner, the eight guest's attended a movie. OSCEOLA. Ark.. March 17-Mjs S. L. Gladish was the guest speaker Monday Distil «-lieh slie addicss- crt the. Junior Progressive Club on I Mr. and Mrs. Morris Zellner ard spending todny in Memphis. Thomas A. Bell Jr., son ot Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Hell, was included in rr, list or 12-pledges announced by Knppa Sigma Fraternity at South- '*^ """•'"•u tJjt;ji i *Js.vi i if\- | in MHO PI' monthly dance, a:oo p.m. at the i Aln., was reported' Lesion nut. Hosts and hostesses i — 1 will be Mr. am! Mrs. Frecmnn Rob- ' ~" mson. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Rcgcnold and Mr. and Mrs. James Roy tiro- ^ emo "strofion Club Is Organized at Boynton plant at Sheffield ik.ic]7t*a oiKmu j-nucrniiy :il tjoutn- 'Girl Scou wc.slern in Memphis. A student must I a-nn n .„ luivn /.^<i»nlni,,,l n (..11 _ °' uu "- Jn - Civic Calendar Tuesday American Legion, «:oo p.m. Wednesday Kln-anis Club, 12:10 ,,. m Scout ot Sculs 0( , ~ ' —&* "-"til • i- V^ILELJ VJII Mi- nil 1 "Amencnn Citizciishiii and Leds- ' lation", at their regular meeting «t ' C " Sl " 1 " I> huve completed n lull .semesters work before they may he considered for membership in a Greek-letter society. Mrs. T. J. Dnilcy. Mrs. w. O. Cobb. Mrs. Dule Horn, Mrs. Elmer Novmiin and Mrs. A. H. Wallace have returned from Memphis where they spent two days r.tlcnding 'tin: Tennessee Grand Chapter of the Order ol the Eastern SUr. Mr. and Mrs. W. J, Pollard iclmn Lone Troop, . , y from Hot Springs, Ark.. muuii , ni tncir regular mcctine -it I "«">•»* •"><" "'". oin-inss, the commiinity house. Otller guesls I whcr . e thc >' s l )0nt several days. Wrrf* \Irc T. t> AJT« A i:_. -_. _ . , . -' " ( ' , — _ Civil Service Employes . were Mrs. L. E. McAllster anil Mrs -Pnye Moore. Miss Adele Hook was in charge or the program and Mrs, Vernon Aston, president, presided during the business session. Plans were made Rf>fa Si'rrrrva PU' P 1 i business session. Plans were nude OCta Sigma Phi Completes for the District Meeting ot the Wo:Plans For "Baby Review" '?£LT e . < *™ t ' !a . C1 »!» to .** "eid «t Members of the Alpha Al|j^a a Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met ^ night in the clubroom to complete plans tor the "Beta Baby Review " to be held on the night ot Friday April 2, i nthe High School Auditorium. Miss Iva Seay, vice-president, was in charge of the business meeting during which various commutes were appointed and a report on registrations turned In thus fur was given. Miss Elolse Yates who • i» on the advertising committee gave a report on the ads that had been sold for the programs. This contest Is divided into three divisions: the prettiest girl the most handsome boy and the talent visions; Deaeoim - eppllcallons h»s been set "I March 31, Each entrant from walkinp age to 4-years old will be numbered and TO name* will be mentioned. The judges committee will be composed mcn a " rt w •"•"•j.i tv tjti iivriLi ni. Imbodcn, March 24h. The Osceola Junior Progressive Club nud tlvj 20th Century Club of Truman will preside at the luncheon. Mrs. Ascjon. MLw Jea:i Speck, Mrs Sam Bridges and Mrs. E. A. Hook were elected as delegates to attend the State Meeting hi Fnyetlevil'e April 13, H and 15. Following the business meeting. Miss Martha Jane Bunn, pianist, presented a medley ot Irish tunes The refreshments table was covered with a lace cloth and centered with n low bowl of aqua pottery fill- ' cd with plant Jonquils mui pinic and white tulips. Members ol the group who served as hostesses were Mrs. Ray Morgan, Mrs. R. D. Mears. Mrs Minor Adler. Mrs. Maithind Erwin. Mrs Louise Buchanan, Mrs. \v. E. Me- aty Ulxon and Mrs. Billy'Driven In Grecpe Stage Walkout ATHENS, March 17. (UP)—Civil' service employes in Athens nnd ' most of Greece walked out today on a ona-riay strike In protest against the government's refusal to pay them an additional two weeks "Clirlstma.i bonus." Thursday Club. 12.-JO p.m. There arc eleven members of the miss?' nilcrstiUc Co'ioicrce Com- Aspiiin is a derivative of coal tar. Rotary Osceola Events , Men's night at the First Prcsby- terinn Church at 7:00 p.m. M Club meeting in (he home of Mrs. Elliott Savtain at 7:0o p.m I Sub-dr!st!ct meeting at the Firu ] Methodist Church at 7;00 p.m. ' Wednesday ^ ! 4« Club meeting at'the home at i Airs. Palmer stanton at 2:CO p m '• Sunday School Lesson, 7:00 pin ' at the First Baplisl Church. Bib'.c Study and prayer at the First Baptist Church nt 7:00 p.m. Mid-Wcck Services of the First Presbyterian Church from 5:00 to . 8:00 p.m. Thursday Two l.ible rhih meeting at the home of Mr.s. Guy F. Bryant nt 2:00' Kiwanis Club Annual Ladies Niehi nt (he First Methodist Church, 7:00 p.m. CHANGE Mrs. Arlin M. Lane was elected president of the newly organized Boynton Home Demonstration Ohio at a meeting of the group Fri Mar. 12 at Ihe Boynton School. Miss Gertrude Bond, county liome demonstration agent, was in chaise of the meeting. Other officers elected to serve H Stuffy Hose Spoils Sleep Tonight J7 A little Va-tro-nol in each nostril quickly opens up nasal passages to relieve stuffy at a meeting oi the group Friday ' ?? t r>, aS!iI >KC5 'o relieve stuffy Ma,, „ at Ihe Bovnton S^"'^' i f ul'^el S^n^Le^ tlSn^ie^c^:^^ 1 — VICKS VA TRO M01 Box Office Opens 6:30 Show SUrts 6:45 Opens-Sunday i : oo ; starti 1: Cnntmuuus Shows Sat. * Su Bargain Night Every Nitht Kxcept Saturday I No passes honored on Sundny U Ko.vy Theatro Last Time Today VOVKLK FEATURE No Time for Comedy with .lames Stewart and Flosallntt Russell Fabulous Suzanne wllh Barbara Brttton and Rudy Vallee Thursday Hnri Friday DOURLE FEATURE .. Doctors call » slomnchlc toni LYD1A E. PINKHAM'S _ Don't Forget the Big BINGO PARTY Wednesday, March 17, 8:30 p.m. at the LEGION HUT Prizes Valued Not Less Than $5 All F'rocceds Will Go l-'ov Kuiiding School in Blylhevillc Admission $1,00 Sponsored by the Ladies of the Catholic Church Read Courier News Wajit Ads. DON'T FOOl WITH UNTRIED MEDICINES-GET THE BEST KNOWN 5^:^^'~ »™ i RHEUMATIC PAIN _ RELIEF -in Ihn Smith, f»moiu C-3223. Thij i« wlinl folks in Iho Houlli have been llsinc l»r It) y ril r3. when tlainpncM nml iiad "i-allK'r nnito your musi-lc* feel so linin- flll niiil flc.ro Ircnn rlicilin.ilin ,,;,:„. One tr;i S pm,,,l,,J «,f [:->>>iin vvi.lrr nsua ly sl.uls in t, r i,, K ^ r;ll ,,| „„„[,„.; iin.l lilrssrti H'lii-f lr..l.i that, rhciiin.ilic- pam iiiii,.,y." r.iuticni: I.'FC nuly na Ask lc.r n Ujltle of that the election of officers, sThed' uled to have taken place last niclu u ill be postponed until the nrvi niectlng. Miss Beck Entertains La Neuve Club Members Mis.5 Anita Fay Beck , v ^ , )os _ IP.SS last nighi wlicn j-hc cntcrlaii,- cd memoers of the La Neuve Club In the briciac earner plaved Mi *«•? an"' 11 " Rob '" 5 '' tl « on ' high Bouqucus of Jonquils were arran •hop," C e " Eortai "' u 8 rooms ol tlic The hasten served refreshments Oi a dessert course. At The Hospitals Dismissed: 5lhCVll ' e " OS " iU1 • Mae Oakley, city. J. A. Wroten, city. A. p. Buffington. city. Walls Hospital "Drug Store* «Terywh«r«- Easy docs it,! The Mansfield Nor-.Moo P»ls your feet royally al ra , c . I,, cora , Mra l )Ir "mifortal.le, you'll feel fls if j-oi:>o . Unilling cm a cloud. Allrai-lively price.!, '•indsonicly designed in l)nn™ veal «ilh nioix-asin ecain,. You've got a royal tn-al in slorc. Just slip inio an M>y.going Mansfield Xor-AIoc ami roll! The Mor-Moc •?'•'5 Fpr Boys WK SPKC1A1.IXE IN FITTING S OKS SHOES Like a gathering storm.. Here'ts the fufl surg« of young love... striking young heart« with sudden Furyl Told ip the rich Irodilion of Hom» In Indiana"! S> JIIM C CALLISIEII Walter ltanan-/tae Revere- ROBERT KARNES • HENRY HULL-TOM TULLY Screen Play by F. 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