The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 9, 1947 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 9, 1947
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BLi inisvuLLB (ARK.)' COUBIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, 'APRIL 0, 15H7 Five Delegates Chosen To Baptist Confeience Delegates, from Ciha j Baptist Church UwUie Baptist Wo nan's Msislonary- : Union Conference being held tills"'week in JoncEbcra were selectcd'a,t a meeting of the WMS Monday at tile churcli. They were Mrs. C. P. RambJ. f.frs. narrell Limsford, Mrs. Le- lancl Hodge. Mrs. Raymond Bcl- fcnap and Mrs .Dee Weistcr. Tiie -business mectini? ^egan Monday morning with Mrs. Luns- forrt in charge. A Royal Service missionary program was presented that afternoon. Mrs. J. W. 'iora- h i'on, -Mrs. H. W. Burnett?. Mrs. Hodge, Mrs. Cs:il Jarkson and Mrs. Hi Jcrl Po'sgrovcs were participants. Mrs. Trumble Hostess To Missionary Society •Mrs. Bert Trumble was hostess last niarhl to 11 members of tho Young Woman's Circle of the Foreign (Missionary Society o! the Ti st -Church of tlie NBZircnc. Othfer than members present »'?."> s visi|or, Mrs. W. D. Hur-per. The 1 opening prayer was Ifd bv Mrs. j Haioid Thompson, president, who R!EO conducted the business session. Mrs. Ray White dismissed tlie group'with prayer. "Christian and Race" ; Is WSCS Study Topic "Christian and Race" was tlie study-' tcpic when tlie Woman's Society ot Christian Service of L-ike Street" Methodist met Monday af- •i.ii. Hi a tthe church. Tl-.o devotional was given by (Mrs. 'George M. StiKvcll and tlie studyj course was conducted by v Mrs.' .II. H. Blevins, Mrs. George Shanks aiid Mrs. Don Lulz. Closing prayer was Riven by Mrs. StilWQll. At PTA Business Meet Plans lor the annual senior dinner to be held May 2 were completed at the regular monthly meeting yesterday of Senior High School Parent Teachers Association at the P A anned |Arkansas Legends Told by Mrs. Roy At DAR Meeting hiirh school. Representative L. H. Autry on me Federal Aid Dill to EdXica- t'iun, and the existing crisis in schools. He pointed out that 33 stales, including Arkansas,' would benefit from the Taft bill. •A special feature of Ihe program \vas a clarinet solo by Jimmy Lowe accompanied by his mother, M'.'s. J. C, Lo\vc. Committee chairmen appointed for Hie dinner were: Mrs. Chester Caldwell, invitation; Mrs. Doyle Henderson, decoration; Mrs. II. G. Partlow, table; Mrs. W. M. Williams, program and Mrs. P. D. poster. '• E.'.ch wit' be assisted by the other members of the organization. Why are the waters of Hot. Springs hot? Mrs. Holdtv Hostess lo In-Town Members. Mrs. K:\rl Wadenpfuhl and Mrs. McWin Halse-ll played bridge yesterday afternoon with nieir.bers ot The legend which tells why was spoke 0]lc of tlic stor i t>s to)el jjy Ml ._ James Roy when she discussed "Legends of Arkansas" at a lunch- con meeting of Clmrlcvolx Chapter of the D.uiyhters of the American Revolution yesterday at Delta Cafe. Mrs. James Hill Jr., and Mrs. George D. Pollock Jr., were hostess i-s. Other legends told by Mrs. Hoy included that of th c young girl who waited In Diamond Cave until she turned Into a slalasn'iiic. She also told Die legend of changing the name of Arkansas. Ci'.rrying out Ihe general theme of the program, unique place cards were a quizz on facts abaul Arkansas. The table was centered •Kith a imip of Arkansas edged Bits of News Miss Mirtha Stewart, undent at Hendrix College, Con way, spent the Easter holidays here with her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Allen D. Stewart. Bill Jontz. instructor at Purdue University, LaFayclte, Ind., has been the guest during the Easter holidays of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Merle Jonlz. Mrs. I. M. Castlio a»d Mrs. Elbert Huffman are in Jonesboro today for the funeral services for their uncle. Holder y. puryear. Mr. Huffman accompanied them. Mrs. O. V. Daws and son, Vernon, have returned from Halls. Tonn., where they were thc guests o[ her Gay Blades mother, Mrs. A. B. Witt, who ac- with glowing cream-colored candles' companted them here for a visit, of in crystal holders and pastel shades several days. They stopped In Mem- of Spring flowers. The room was phis to consult an eye specialist for decorated with Jonquils, flowering Vernon. uiach and spirea to form a. setting Condition of Bert Lamb Jr., who lor the 11 members and Mrs. Hoy.'broke his collar hone yesterday, is The program included a film' satisfactory. He is at Wall's Hos- T.-i-'lown Bridge Club when Mrs. shown by Staff Sergt. Don Seals I pital. Worth D. Holder entertained tlj'c siiui Staff Bergl. Ollie Grisliam ol group at her home, 1015 West Ash. tlie Army Recruiting Office on "Un- Entci'taining rooms were decoral- ivcrsal Military Training." with Spring flowers. Royal Neighbors Meet WitK.Mrs. Lilly Sisk Mrs. J. Mel Brooks won high score prizs and second high went to Mrs. Jrtmes Terry. The hostess served a salad course- Birthday Celebrated I With Easter Egg Hunt Cynthia Jo Travis celebrated her ninth birthday with an Easter e^g hunt., for several of her young friends, including from out of town Virginia Lee Huclgins and Kenneth Travis, both of Steclc. A special guest was Mrs. W. L. Robinson of Texas. frizes were won by Barbara Locke, Donna Stanficld, Virginia L^e and Billy Cuklv.'ell. Refreshments of ice cream and cuke were served. Club Is Entertained 'Mrs. R. C. Alien won high .score' prize last night at the bridge party given by Mrs. Graham Sutl- bury for members of Club Eight. Arrancemcnls of mixed Spring iouquets decorated the Sudbury home. 1025 West Hearn. >Se:ond high prize went In Mrs. Jesse M. White. Refreshments were served. Friends of (insil Cudlipp-Grccn and Meryl Raydcn form a wedding arch of ice slialing shoes after the couple was married at London, England. They me( in an ice revue in which both are appearing. Ann Wccdman Electd Sorority President Miss Ann Weedtnan. of Mr. jiiift Mrs and i'. .student Ccllo^e for Worni'ii, Denton, Recent Bride Honored With Shower, Patty has 'bcrti elected prr.sidr nt of Alpha L-m.tula Helta Horurily for the next, rchool term. 'Miss Wci-'djmtn, ' last Spring fi-oni n School, 1ms been awarded hoiior s al TSOW. Iil; several Dell WSCS Members Plan Year's Prog/a/n Condition of Earl Damon, who has been a patient Ht Methodist Hospital, in Memphis. Is much improved and he lias been removed to his home. 221 West Kentucky St. Mr. and Mrs. Dawcy Randolph, daughter, Billy Jean Randolph, and Mrs. w. E. LeSieur, of Hayti. Mo.. •were guests yesterday of Mr. and Tll( ' Proaram Dell Worjans So- Mrs. Claude Williams. 218 North cict y or Christian Scrvka of ihe Fii-st. | Methodist Church will carry out Mrs. C. W. Afflick has returned j this year was outline'-; by Mrs. to her home here. 203 North 10th.'Paul Sc-ttlrmire, mrfly-cloctcd Irom Memphis, where she under- president, at a m'-:t : n; of Ihe A regular business mccliiii; of Blytheville Chapter of the Royal ,. ,. . i 11 Neigl.'':ors of America was hc-d IVIl'S. Mahon IS HosteSS Monday night at tile home ol Mrs. LJIy B. SiEk, 200 West Kentucky* Refreshments of cookies and cold drinks were served. To Bridge Club, Guests iMrs. Paul Million \vus haslcss yes- tercTay afternoon to members ol Avntan Bunco Club and two other guests, Mrs. H. C. Blar.kenshlp and Mrs. Lynn B.-own. | 'Mrs. Blankenship won high score' pi'Z2 in bunco games and low went to Mrs. A. C. Blanclmrd. Mrs. W. H; Chandler won bunco priz?. The'iMnhon home. 126 West Kentucky. \vas decorated with flowers. A salad piate was served. Thespians Get Charter At Wilson; Eight Initiated WILSON, Ark., April 9. (UP) — Charter members of the newly- organized high school ThcspUn Grou pwerc initiated this morning in assembly. Those qualifying for the organization were Lester Hale Jr., Bu- foi-d Boyles Jr., Billy Boyles. Nola Jean Rnwe, Merle Ryals", Martha Muncy. Fonda Jerome and Helen Bourland. They .plan to exchange plays with the Maikcd 'ftee group. Miss Jane Cook Bride Of Oscco/ci Resident Misa 'Jane Gook, • daughter of Mrs. E. II. cook of Prairie Grove, became the bride last Thursday Spring | night of Paul c. Lawrence, con of Mrs. Lawrence Mrs. Old Entertains Tuesday Bridge Club flowers decorated the home. Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon won high score prize and second high 1 went to Mrs. Max B. Reid. Mrs. Old served n dessert course. the Rev. and of Osceola. The wedding was solemnized In the First Prcsbyterain Church of Prairie Grove with the Rev. M. Lawrence, pastor of thc First Pvcs- Mrs. Monroe Crnln played bridge hvterian Church in Osceola. of»Uh members of Tuesday Bridge j ficialimj. Club yesterday afternoon when The bride was graduated from Mrs. L. E. Old Jr.. entertained at 1 Prairie Grove High school and her home at 1101 West Main. i has been attending university of Yellow jonquils and other spring | Arkansas. FnycltcvlMe. Mr. Lawrence was graduated from Cnstlc Heights Military academy. Lebanon, Tenn. He served in the Army Air Corps and is now a student, at the School of Business Administ- •went a foot operation at St. Joseph's Hospital. Mrs. L. E. Old is ill with a severe cold at her home at 1011 West Main. David Sudbury. young son ot Mr. and Ivfrs. Graham Suci r oury, who has been ill, is able to be up. Mr. and Mrs. w. A. Parham. who have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orliery Merrill,• .have returned to their home in Covington, Tenn. They came especially for Ihe wedding of Miss Geneva Anna Hagan lo Benjamin Worthington White, which was solemnized here Monday. , Miss Mildred Chambers and her guest, Miss Miriam Graham of Bloomlngton, 111., have returned to Foyetteville, where they are students at University of Arkansas, after spending several days with Miss Chambers' .mother, Mrs. W. C. Bhcarin, and Mr. Shearin, 1123 West Ash St. Mrs. Harndcn Hostess To Wilson Bridge Cluh CSCEOLA, Ark., April 9— Mrs Harry Wcednmn Marshall K. Kline, thc former Miss at Texas State Flavin Driver, who i.s being honored witli a .series af parties sincj her recent marriage. .MIS complimented yesterday with t:vo affairs. Mrs. c. E. Dean and Mrs. w. W. graduated Prewitt enter tainrd with nn isifonn- , lt m<)m j|,g party and towel and tea towcl iSllmvCr , lt ; thc ,, ome of K ,. Ei Dean. Guests were 30 of the bride's friends. ' Last night. Mrs. Eli Driver. .Mrs. Lindsay Driver, Mrs. Bob.'Kenii- ricks, and Mrs. Billy Driver v/cto lio.stes.scs at Mrs. E!l Driver's horn.: will 1 , a bridg'- pai'iy honoring Mrs. Kline. When the five tables of gucs'.s played" bridge, fiisl .^'. ^e wc'.l. to Miss Eli'iiiv.'th Biillou, accuiu! to Mrs. Donald War'.z slid eonso'i'.'.' n to Mrs. W. E- M15011. Attractive arrangement's of spi'U'i flowers formed jottings for guests at both affairs. Following Ihe banquet, the a3 uUi- clenls attended a picture .show. Mrs. Clarence Moore, principal of city schools, was a guest. fO.l Class Has Banquet In School Cafeteria OSCEOLA, Ark., April 0—The sophomore class of Osceola High School had a banquet last night in the grade school cafeteria. I am Continuous Shows Kvery Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Slarts 2:0(1 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 Weilncscluy 1'liursday and Friday SMEIGOIW1I*-* DANNY KAY WKID SOU JAKE *UC 10 CONSTIPATION • USE AS DIREC1EO Shiptncnt of Bassinettes Just- in $5.95 THE TOT SHOP 105 S. 2nd. Phono 23US Selected Short Subjects Continuous Showing; Kvery day (UP) — hostess of the ,! WILSON, Ark.. April 9. Mr.s. Alma Harnden was Friday night to members Wilson Bridge Club. In games, high score prize to Mrs. Wallace Thompson, low to Dis , lljssc<1 . Mrs. Charley Let twich and consol- ' alien to Mrs. J. J. Bussey. Refreshments of salad and iced drinks were served. group yesterday nf«.Tnnn:i :.t the home of Mrs. joli-i M. Stevens Jr. Mrs. R. A. Gi'cenvi'.y is the re- liring prcsidcnit. j Now eoiiiirittces nppoii'.to:! wero the Frllowsliip Conimitleo and Meniljpi-sliip CummilUv'. Mrs. J. n. • Gill will servo r:s -h-iinnan of I he' I'Vllowship Cominitf.>c, assisted by. Afls. W. A. Whistle. Mrs. L. I\lJ Moody and Mrs. Slie-,>p!iril. chairman or the Menibcr.«)iri Ccnninit- tec will be Mrs. Jerry Edward:;. ;is- sis'led by Mrs. c. C. Burton. 7>.!is. Norjie Dixon and Mrs. LuMarr Wiiburn. At The Hospital Admitted: Mrs: nay McCu'linrji MrS. John LOU?, city. .Virginia Northern, ci'-y. Mrs. A. B. IlC'jan, Manila. Mrs. Bilho Ft'i'cup, ci!y. Walls IIos]'-it;il Dismissed: Latunr Ashley. ot??!e. ?,'To Mrs. L. J. Smothers. KH.'Ck-. Mrs. Minnie Voss FWte. Mcv St. Joseph HtispiiLil, Mcniphi: good and medium 45 loads; one load .MCIT.S. S.G; si:\erii to low good, $20 to 23.25; tcp good to lc>7; choice .heifers and mixcu, yearlings. $22 to S'J-i; (jood cows,! nrountl $1G.;>0 to S17; common :inti mediiiin beef cows, $13.50 to $15.50. * WE BUY * WE SELL USED FURNITURE JIMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. flux Oiiice Oprns al G:30 Opens Sunday ' '-^; SlarU, 1:11 C'ontiuunus Si .r S^il -MtJ Sun Bargain Night ! ' N'tglil K\r> pi honured i',ii the Itoxy. at Tuesday and Wctlnusilay Uncle Harry with Gcoi-KC b:ll!t!crs & K!l:i IJiiini Sclectrd Siiort Subject Thursday nntl Frirtav jfrs. C. W. Affliel:, ."Methodist Hospita SomctTiing new's been ndded (o natlSing suits. It's n bustle, as riisrfiayed by tcrecn slarlel Marilyn Monroe. Mrs. Williams Hostess Witb Party for Daughter Mrs. Claude Williams entertained with n r>a;':y honoring her five- year-old daughter, Beverly Ann, yestcidav afternoon at the Williams home, 218 North First St. The 12 guests included Billy Jean Randolph of llaytl, MO., cousin of the guest or honor, who with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Randolph, and grandmother, .Mrs. W. F. LeSleur. were guests of the Williams family. Rcfrcshmcnl.s 0! ice cream and cake were served. ration, University of Arkansas. Seniors Will Sponsor 'Stunt Night' Friday The senior class of Osceoia HiRli' School will .spoiisri]- a "Stunt Night." Friday night, 7:30 o'clock, at the school. Seniors will present a nnc-act play, "Fixed Incorporated" and each high school class will present a stunt, civic organizations, inclnd- hie te parent-Teacher A<=*nciatin. Rotary CUih. Progressive Club. Order of the Star. Chamber of Commerce, American Legion and Kiw- aiiis Club, also will present stunts. Livestock -iMeetinqs GROCERIES DELIVERED ' Once More! CALL 501 C. L. NABERS Gro, and Mkt. Melvin Halsell, Owner Frankie's Bakery Goods NO Extra Charge "• for Delivery! OUvcl Commamlry No. 20 meet- ins tnnipia, 7:30 o'clock, at the hull [or degree work. C:n;ki\K;i\\ijii L'.(?,!e. 134. F. and A M.. Hireling tomorrow ni^lit, 7:30 o'clock, at tlie hall in regular coni-niiniicEition, by order ot Max Parks, worshipful master. Osceofa Man Marries In Norfolk, Va. Rites Our New Window Display Offers New and Vivid Suggestions for Spring Just thc Lamp and Picture You'll Need THE GIFT SHOP We Gift Wrap Free Aniiounremrnt has been mad:* of (he marriage of Mi:fl Dorothy Calvcrl of Norfolk. Va., to Billy E. Davenport, son of Mr. n:ul Mrs. i Otto Davenport <,! Osceola. The wedding was solcm:ii«:l March in in Norfolk. Miss Mildred H:i!rnins and. Miss Virginia Ha.swcll of Nor-o'k wero the bride's attfiuMnls. Bob O'Connor ol New York was the bridegroom's lujst mar.. Mr. Davenport, wl.o has been stationed in M.>ri-.>lk with thr S. Navy, attend'.'! Osc^ola frhools prior to entering service lie now is serving in Berun-cl:- whvle Mrs. Davenport will join him. Coming Events WEDNESDAY Father's Night nt Sudbury School PTA meeting. T:3o o'clock. Chapter D. p. E. O. Sisterhood, meeting at the home of Mrs. Iler- mon Carlton. 1 p.m. THURSDAY Mrs. Richard iPrichnrd hostess to Jolly EiKht Club. Mrs. O. G. Cautfill hostess to Town and Country Bridge Club ONE Club meeting with Mrs. Byron Nail. Mrs. G. E. Keck cnlertainiiu; Thursday Contract Club. Mid-Week Club meeting with M'S. W. L Horncr. Ladies Bible Class of First Methodist, Church meeting at home ot Mrs. W. A. Stickmon. 7:30 o'clock. FRIDAY Mrs. Leon Sclierer hostess CBC Club. A^pha Delta Chapter of Beta Simula Phi m?ctitig at thc club-] room, 2:30 o'clock. Dorcas Sunday School Class fit First Baptist Church nieeling at the church. 2:30 o'clock, with Mrs. H, L. Chan.bers and Mrs. w. W. Watson as hostesses. Lester Hale Jr., Named Student Council Head WILSON. Ark.. Av>ril 0— I,esier Hale Jr.. has -been elected rtent of Wilson High school Student Council for next ycnr. Oilier officers eiectcd were: -Ryiils. viee--president; l,ila secretary-treasurer and uonnic t'ri- We. reporlcr. iCpme To: U-DO-1T LAUNDRY With Those Dirty Clothes °P cn "» a- m. - Close 5:30 p. m. ami Tlinrsrtay Nights Open Till 9 o'clock 323 North 2nd St. Dr. F. B. Elliott 209 West Ash St. Announces a New PHONE NUMBER the old number— 556, has been discontinued Lute to Classify HARD-TO-GET ITEMS Monday & Tuesday Steel Scissors Tosfal Scales — Lock BUMS Small Filing Cabinet;! Speed O'Print Duplicators Stationery Norcross Greeting Cards AN AMAZING PROGRAM SAMUEL F. NORRIS Meuirjiiis Damon, Blyiheviilo. OatHo: 4.703; salable 505; calves. 1.500. all salable ;Tucsclay's dull rinse continued in cpcnin^ trade. Steer supply li'icral with around FAITH IS THE ANSWER! F5RST BAPTJST CHURCH Walnut — nl.vlhfville, Ark. EVANGELIST SINGER REV. J. T. BROWN MR. RALPH CHURCHILL Tort Worth, Texas TIME OF SERVICES: 7 p.m., You Arc Cordially Invited ro Attend All of These Services Scripture: ST. LOUTS NATI""AL STOCKYARDS. »:-ril 0. i UP)—Livestock: lloss: S.-;CO: salable 5,o;u; fairly I active; weights ITC-l'js and u;>, wc:'k to nio.sil," ?ri-: lo.ver than I Tuesday's average. Pi-w early sales ; 50^ lo'.vrr. Iji^liter weights. '.?2 mostly fiOo lov/rr; £ows, fiO to lower. Bu'k ;;oorl and choice 170 to 250 Ibs.. f"353 to C-2S: top S'Jli: mostly for y weights iindrr '2:tO It)'.. Fow early :;alo.s S'.'52j. A fc\v c 150 lo l'>3 l.:s.. S'.M to S7-V50; 10D | lo 123-'.b pis?. SW lo $21: Rood •no to 5CO-lb sows, S21 to §'22; few, , S22.25. "For Ood so iovwl thc world that ho gave his only begotten son that whosoever bclicvcth on him should not perish but have everlasting life." John 3:16, April 11. ir>. 10— Maliiire ,fe Ailmissinn SDr (o All

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