The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 18, 1948 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 18, 1948
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etud, I'hone 4<I61 Business Meeting Held By Alph ? ..Delta Chapter Tlie Alpha Delta Chapter of Beu Sigma Phi met yesterday at (lie home of Mrs. Jim Smothermon 01 WaJnut St. for n regular busincs. meeting. Mrs. Gilbert Dee Hammock president, presided during the business session, at which t!mo it w:is decided that the test for the pledges will be given Monday, March T>. ut 3:30 pjn,; >t the home ot Mrs. Recent Bride Plans were completed for the In- foftnal "Rush Party" which will be Siven at the home of Mrs. R ]) Purvis. Wednesday, March 24, at J;00 p.m. It was also decided that the model meeting will be held Friday, April 2, at the home of Mrs. Andrew Moses. • Attractive arrangements of Jonquils and other decorations were used In the entertaining rooms of the home to carry out the St. Patrick's Day theme. Refreshments of assorted party Joorts were served by the hostess. Lone Troop Association Meets Wilh Mrs. Taut Mrs. C. A. Taut was hostess last night at her home when 11 members of the Lone Troop Association of Girl Scouts of lilytheville mi>| for R business session. "• , Mrs. Glenn Lndrt president, was in charge of the business session nt which officers for the coming year were elected. Mrs. Ladd was re- I elected as president; Miss Sunshine Knight was elected as first vice president; Mrs, C. A. Taut second vlcc-presldnet; p.1rs. Leonard'john- son \ras re-elected secretary and Mrs. Leon Denning was ic-clcctcd Bits of News JW^BVTLLR_(ARK.>- COURIER NEWg High School Honor .Many from Blytheville D _ I I A . AtifnA lf;~~~.. F . Roll Announced For Six Weeks Attend Kinney Funeral Members of l"e Masonic yesterday conducted rites IjHve for Abraham Mr.s. Franklin short. Jr.. wa.s „„ore her marriage Sunday. Mar 14 n Manila. Miss Bobble jpiin wilsoj.' auBhlcr of .Mr.,. Alllc Wilson and he late Jjen j.\ \vj; SO ;i of jj! V ih«- ille. Wrs. Lutes Entertains ". and N. Birthday Club Mis. Hurry Uiivs entertained members of tlie C. and N. BIrthdav Club yesterday at the DoRwood Clubhonsa with Mrs. Walter Lutes us guest of honor. Ninteen members thcre^'Also U wafTcid^Tlra"""'' ! wl'lh^'lo"''" 1 C '""' "'"' t:l: ' Ucl ' ct ' Girl Scoub would aiialn attc'nd the Lvdloiv joTiquilf'^ '' OWl f '' 1C<l *' Uh nlrlllT-rt c\,nn- ^,., II--. . I -ii 11 l'"J.^. second Monday , l-ollow:ng dinner, M,- K pbllip - | Applebaum Rave two vocal selections incjiidbiR :'\Vhen trlsli Eyes Ai" SmilhiR" and " M y Wild Irish-Rose"' iiceompalned by Mis. Carl Marshall The Bi.esl of honor was presented gifts by the cuest.s attondlni:. in each month, This was discontinued during the bad weather The association voted to send Mr; L»rld and Stirs. Johnson to the C.irls Scout cnmn. Scoutshlre. near Mowie. Ala., from April n through 16. It was announced that Troop! • . . [our of the Scouts ami Troop 12 ,,r ! A 1 D r-i i , , be Brou-nies Will unrtlcfpale In i A ™OI) DUI1CO Cltlb Meets Swrr'^sw,,,;;^!^ 111 Mrs - DcWitt vanci cve on the nlfht of w n , w m "! ,. „ , I'," ™»ver Military Academy The hostcw scf-vci "refrp.i,, , ', I > DcWIU VnllC1 «'e was hos-, " oonvl " e . Mo., arrived lo spend his ess scncd refieshmcnts. less at he, home yesterday lo mom- ! s " rl "K vacation win, his parent-! *rS Of tllP ,\\'!lTrt,. ^J ^,, .,. Mr. nllft Mrt A f „,,,. J. A. Wroten, who suffered Injuries In an automobile accident two weeks ago and who had been a l>:illctil at (he Blytlievllle Hospital since Ihe accident, was removed to Campbells Clinic In Memphis yesterday. Hlj condition I., much Improved. His wife and daughter. Mrs. Charles Russell of Washington, D. C. imd his daughter-in-law, MIS. C, R Wroten, accompnlncd him there. CJcne Sykes, who Is a student at the University ot Arkansas, h»s arrived home to attcno 1 Funeral ser- ^<es for his father, J, w. Sykes who died In his home yesterday. Cadet Jack Sdlllja, student at. Kempcr Military Academy in Boon- vllle. Mo., Is spending hi. Spring vacation with his mollit-r, Mrs. Jack faallba v »nd sister. Barbara. Hn will reluni (o school Monday. Roland Potter, wlm Is imdc.gotnn treatment at Ihe Veterans Hospital n Memphis, is visltlm; with relatives here for several clays. Mr. and Mrs. GIIS Kberdt and Mrs Rulli Holder spent Tuesday in Memphis. Mrs. John Bon Homwr and children, Johnny and Lem, o f Tusca- !OO.M. Aln. arrived yesterday to be the guests of her parents. Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Moore, until alter the "aster hojld.'iys. ( Mrs. Roy Shepherd was dismiss- ert yesterday from the Memphis Lye, Bar. Nose and Throat Hospital where she underwent a tonsilcetomy liie«lny. Her condition Is satisfactory, Mrs. Cleo Langston and her sister Mrs. Ann McWllllams left this afternoon for De Kalb. Miss where they will visit with their mother Mrs. Annie B. Tann and their sis!"'... Mrs - Jo . h ". A - C'^rt- Tliey are Mrs bby Faye Michael ^? bc C, 1 Murra ls * Ro - ;--••• - ae , ----- — "•""" Mary Morgan. Murray Smart, Betty ,5J ls *, Rosa SchunerHsc Wlxsod, Nancy Bralcher Mo, >»4 """'». former prlncl Oalnes. Ben Borowsky, Arden" Fer I at Ooslll;l1 . 1 J - B. Pr; Bcnnrtl. vi'h,, .,„„, . , r suson, Peggy Freeman, John Wllki ' , C. O. nedman, El«'.v« CaldK-ell THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1948 Hedy's Youngest Makes Bow , . . going especially to be e w rs Clark who suffered slight. Injuries in nn automobile accident and they wiU return nome Hundav. Mrs. Olan Grlssom of Batesville Miss., has arrived to attend funeral services for her father, J. w. sykes who died yesterday. His brothers Curtis Sykes and Dalton Sykes of oxford, Miss., arrived yesterday Cadet A. a. Shlbley Jr., student »t Kempcr Military Academy ' . t ' ~~" "•'** v "'Vt M Uli, VI... laylor, Peggy Van Winkle Bonnie Oof/, vlvl.n Patterson, Lou-' Ise rurner, Chsrle.s McDanlel, Jimime Fi-ances clcmmons. Kitty plun- kctl sue Orsburn, Dick field, Mary Jo Eaton, Gay Garrlgan. aim Lancashire, Patsy Beshaisc, Evelyn Cunnlnghmn.-Jaclc Homer. Wanda Bun-ess, Clarice Maxwell, Helen Seymore, Bobby Mullen, Jack Du•los, R, c.^ Alien, June stlrcs. p«t III, Ruth Freeman and Ruth Hale •btudentj making honorable men- Ion were Louise Sullivan, Jim Deer Jimmy Gossctt. Alcda I-Yceman Ann WartJi. Howard Batlcy, Mose Simon Thelma nice. Roy Smith, i-reudle Gnrner. Catherine Graham. Opal McDermott. Patsy Poric Charlie Bclknap, Graham PartlowJ Lucille Hubbard, Alice Priest, Bettv Woolen, Emma Blnnchiird Pat Burks. Juanlta Ebcrrit. Barbara Mona«h! ( n, vcrnell O'Neal, Mary -Sue Crafton, Tommye Wells Palsv ijalholomew, Robert Crafton,' Larry Williams, Dorothy Wright, Joanne Jrieschmnim, Dobbye Whiscnhunt Don Peterson, patty Batholomew' Ann Cathcy, Mary Bull. Mary Dowdy, Liicrclia Bunch, Alvin 'niiclos. Jnckle Phillips, Doris Abbott, Christine Austin and Frances Dowdy. Rabbi Vise to Speak At Sabbath Service Anticipating Purlin, the Jewish -, , UdJlJUO iclpal and coach Pratt and Seth now are , ...... iivn n,G ttlVellullltf Arkansas state College In Jcncs- Mrs. Sartain is Hostess To 48 Supper Club, Guest OSCEOl,A, Ark., March 18—Mrs Elliott Sartaln was hostess Tuesday night when she entertained the 48 Supper Club members and one giies'. Mrs. Vcrnon Astor, at her homo In the bridge games played. Mr.s. Aston won high score and Mrs Bcltye Ncllc Starr, second high. Bowls of narcissus, mixed with Spring flowers and greenery were used in Ihe cntcrlnining rooms of the home. Architect Dies UTTLE HOCK, March 18. (UP)— '"• Ray Burks, 58-year-old Little Ji»ck architect, died unexpectedly at his home here last night. He was associated with (he architectural firm of Burks and Anderson. ,«i i ^ <tcs| 8»ed many of the nf n 'i »'" C ",'' C!i '" Arkansas, one rHi £ < bCi " B Ulc War Memo- Stadium now under constmc- . Surviving are hi, wife and cm, Coming Events Social Cafcndar Thursday Pathfinders Class of the First Methodist Church having class party nt the church at 7:30 pin Friday We the Women Refuses to Give Site for Governor's Home ««* »• «»" ° " ' ts years. complains a wife of 10 .- ........ „....„ „. ..,„ ^une,.,,,, Church will meet at the ho™ o" I , Bllt ^ « wrong ---. ..- M,,. IH,,I IL - O j . .., rtiuujj in uiat ins* ' my 1 W. Ncbel, 1033 w. sta 'emcnt. A woman can change the ! erlv mi i pattern nf -n,., ^-oiigc ine . LI 15. Festival of Lots. Dr.' Alfred will bring a special Vise Mrs. Clark Entertains Town and Country Club hers of the Avalon Club. A. will G. Shlbley and return to school -*' ^.UU. , "• Whon tin.- Biimes were played dm- ! fl "" 11 )'. He iHB the afternoon, Mrs. Eddie p or(I i Monday. Jr.. won high, Mrs . w . p M;l] , low and Mrs, PwllVvis. bunco. , . --, ... ,, c .« MCI11 . Potted plants were arranged: l )hl * ycstcrdny, where they attend throughout entertalnIii K rooms 01" the home. Tlie hostess served a dessert course with coffee , tively bouquets of jonquils. h«toi rC5hmC " tS WC ' C 5crvc<1 b - v '»c Bridge Luncheon Is Given At W. J. Wunderlich Home Mrs. MonroD Craln and Mrs. E. J. At The Hospitals w of the home I '*l.vlhevillc Hospital decorated with ' ^ismissed: Tlu'Jma Uolin. city. Jerry Hall, Luxora. Walls Hospital Mrs. R. L. Sutton. Holland Mo Eima Pay Bnkcr. Rte. 3, city. Mo. D. Shcrrod, !s C. Guard and ,v,,. Sl . R. Campbell were hi West Mein- is ycstcrdny, where they attc 'he annual conference of me Methodist Women's Society ' of Christian Service. Mr.s. B. L. Djinie! returned yesterday to the Memphis Eye, Ear. Nose and fin oat Hospital, where she is undergoing treatment. Mrs. D. E. Myrlck of Memphis nirived today to spend several days here as guest of her sister Mrs C S. Lemons and Mr. Lemons.'she was accompalned here by • her t'randdfuightcr Emily Huffman daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin I Huffman Jr., who has been vlslt- | mg with her aunt since Saturday. i Mrs. W. T. Dcnton, Mrs. John -.- -- --^.i.^..,i» iJic.i.irt^C at Sabbath Services to be held Friday night, at 8 o'clock, at Temple Israel. Rabbi Vise will speak on Modern Version of the Biblical Esther and Unman story" A soclnl hour will follow (he ser- Lieutenant Transferred h ^H!"""" S ' n "Scrof Blythcvillc Is attending a course In Air Intclll ' Featherslon and Mrs. Allen D stew- are were m West Memphis yester- >. where they attended the anal conference of the Methodist Women's Society of Christla Mr. and Mrs have asj their n Ser- " er brother, kolona. Miss. Mrs. Ash, at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Lnne Novell entertaining Alpha I3eta Bunco Club. Chapter N, p. E. o. Sisterhood meeting wilh Mrs. Lloyd Stickmoi and Mrs. C. M. Smart. Saturday Cotillion Club will have thci: monthly dance, U:CO p.m. at the Legion Hut. Hosts and hostesses will be Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Rou~: Inson, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Rc 8 cno!d and Mr. and Mrs. James Roy. Osceola Events Thursday Kiivaiiis Club Annual Ladies Night at the First Methodist- Church, 7:00 p.m. Oceania's Islands pccnanla includes islands In the southern Pacific ocean that are neither Asatir nor American. These Include MaJoys.'*, Australasia and Polynesia. in tlnt ,._. Denver Colo. He ts a member o"f the 10th Reconnaissance Wing Pone Air Force Base. Pt. Bragg, N. C tic is married to the former Marjoric Mays of Blytheviiie. She and their two children. Richard S. Jr n !1( i Laura Lte, will accompany him to Denver. I pattern of bet marriage aiiv'tin'v" And a really wise woman is forever changing it. 'ore^ei nht'-fj, 'r? 1 ',"" 10 " lakc l' !e »ty of iliol.t l ? CV<M ' y J ' Cai ' Of I'Vill" lUit to show her what those inis- are. and little D y litn c K hn '""Id Bain the insight to enab!-' lo correct them. ^'slSild™?^ i-hange her husband. •Must be Ccmsistcnl o«" S lc e tH,, C , CIlet!5 '" P hil »8'ng h« ," n Actions ;ji n situation that • doesn't suit her and is consistent '• »> Playing her new role, he l us j """• h bound to change n 0 - , , . °. mcmls of '"" BWi'd School ves- "he"™,','," "t'l " re «">"<""ieny- tomnlUcc '«° of its prop- C. E. Lowry, chairman of the innnsion committee, said i, ls group had no new site in mind. 1 TAKEREAL BLOOD Worried Fe«/ Htrvtut Dread Duties Fed Tired Ageing Pepless Resistance Lew o-5d li l !y fi,r pr c of life. m.vxt I., no r funcllon nt your oriTiinV hei I 6 ?- 1 Pro » ed This Great to Relieve MONTHLY FEMALE PAINS ^Tsas-f^-- £Sf-.K;i!Ss^£^ catering,°to~ S heV d hus- ! For Quick Relief ange own attitude and reactions Take as an example the woma-i a ' wife, bands every wish. ., A ." sho n . as to d ° to change the lattern ,s to change herself This lolds true in other situations To change an unsatisfactory marriage pattc.n a wife chanscs hcrself- niid the pattern takes on a new PILES TROUBLE? n DO.VT j)r.r.,iv tl1 a,, i home on W. Hearn. _In the britige games played Mrs Grain B - on high score ami' Mrs! Cure, second high ' nC '' WaS 5Crvc<1 ;lt " 1C lll »I .ttr»rMv auracLHe arrangement Spring /|,,wcrs in „ ^r. Qlher nowers were U ^ tertnlnlng rooms. mixed , L ,,,., ° 1 Mrs. Saliba Enlcrlains B. H. I. M. Club Members Mrs George Saliba Jr. wns i, ostc « yesterday w i, cn sl , e f.,.,,...",;;™ ~rs °< the B. H. 5 n M S at her home on E. Vine St <J.". lhe rool; Barnes played, Mr, bahba won high score ' V ' . '• Irene Seherer. second hn" Mrs. Guard Is Hostess lo Bridge Club, Guesls Tuc'sdav'^f °- , Gmrd ™ s llos '" « Heath ^ tt ^J aUle «eaiii noi, ],, gn s rard Caurtili. 5CC01 ., (1 A green and white color ...i,,,.,, *'»s "scd In ,he decor.v o , ' ° «iHcrtainm B rooms of the nomr i -out the st . p a !^">-: OSCEOLA, Ark, .M,,,cll 18-AIrs Palmer Stanion was hostess to Iwr, tables of club mniibcr.s and three BUests, Mrs. Vcrnnn Aston. Mrs. W N. Thomas and Mrs. Elliott Sar- taln. when .she emortalned vd th a dessert brlclcc at her humc vcstcrdav afternoon. During the bridce came* played' Mrs. Searcy Mcars won hipl, .core and Mrs. Aston, second iitph Arrangements of potted plants dccorntcrt the entertaining rooms ot the home. Now She Shops Cash and Carry" Without P.inful B.ckaeh/ Whtn dliordfrof kidnrrfunctfon n»n rm.onoui milUr to rrailn in Jour bio" . dltilnt,.. l _ HowToRelieve Bronchitis • Creomulslon relieves Dromntl^ h* SSS i fc^S 4 ^? 11 raw - '«nder, i n - gunea bronchial mucous mcrn- B^SSKSS5^ or ' 8tt « CREpMULSION fcrCo«A$ ) .a l «t.Coldj, BronchiHi A man is (tin-ays riglil. . . with Classic 'BOSTOJMAX W« Specialize t'llK 16 ^i> £<>n>\ ID liavc sini|ile design in leathers ihal retain their Mylr. Belter still to liavo fliocs thai match every dip, curve, nn.I hnmti i.f yimr feel f,,r a perforinanrc of rfforllcM 111 from tlic very first Hep. liuPKmi.Til r, K) l- MM-rsglvc V n, i nn '-fncrgj^,! )if|i» A(IIL f ,, r Footsavcr I UKM.V,., | (rown or Ulck luxutjl c ^ i*t GOOSE SHOES You'll be delighted at our complete selection for youngsters! Red Goose Shoes flitter new outfits . ..and wear long p.isc Easter. Come in today. . . and see our dainty styles for Sis, and ruggctl shoes for Brother. Vi>, V (O \ . Many sizii and width*.., for tots through t»*n-ay*nl NATIONALLY ADVERTISED in Lift, Thh Wetk, and other leading publication;. "HALF THE FUN OF HAVING FEET' RG-39 JIEDEL'S Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Sinrts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN :M a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Thursday & Friday JUNE HAVER ' SOILWA-HOO! . SCUDDAHAY! * TECHHICOUIl _ Continuous Showing Every Daj Selected Short Subjects Box Office Opens Brio Show Starts 6:45 Opens Sunday J:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sal. it Sun. Hurgain Nigbt Every Ni;ht Kxccpt Saturday o passes honored on Sunday af Koxy Theatre Thursday and Friday DOUBLE FEATURE ]

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