The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 14, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 14, 1947
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PAGE TWO JJLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, APRIL 14, 1947 Dinner Party Honors Miss Wright, Fiance Miss Era Wright and her fiance, Horace Coffer 'of Trimble, Term., •who will be married In early Summer, were Honored ^aturday night with a dinner pauy and shower pt the fiayhouse l*n Roseland when several of their friends were hosts and hostesses They *erc Mr. and Mrs. A E Miller, Mr. and Mrs A. H. Wallace. Gail Judd, Miss ;Mabel Hogan arid". Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grlgsby. Forming, a setting for.the 12 couples were Spring bonijuets of hyacinths' ~an<i other flowers. 'Die guests of honor were presented bath .towels a lid wash eloths and the brideelect was presented a corsage. •> .'..•'"• , .'' t " Guests included Mr. and Mrs. -Bill Brown of Manila. ; '.. ' . ,-.•••:• ..-•'_ Delta Kappa Gamma •; Has Meet in Osceola . •••: OSCEOUA, -. Ark:," : Aj)i-il r 14.^East Arkansas Zeta Chapter of Delta Khppa-Ginitjia Society, which Is , made, up i of eight members from ' South 'Mississippi-Comity and seven photograph '''members', frdiri' 'Nortli Mississippi afternoon. County, met here Saturday morn- ling,: 11 o'clock, *at the high school ''building.-'.;,' . . •••.:,.•" C. FranklhV Sanders, superintendent of schools, spoke to the un "Educational leadership." As '.another part "of the program. Miss Helen Martin presentee! vocal solos imd. Miss'-'Myru Jean OberhilUer, piano splpSjv . : '^ •:•-'.. -- ,. Miss Cecil.iCassid'y of Blytheville, president,; whq;y&S>f4 of .the: Com- iinerclat Bepartmt'iit' at' Blytheville jliigii Schbp.l,-'conducted the bus!-.ness session":"-"Plans were, made- for it he regional meeting to be held "April 26 . in Newport. The vent ire Zeta Chapter will attend nnd conduct a round-table discussion, Initiated into the organization Saturday were Dr. Edna Nies of .iSlytheyille and Mrs. Oliver Cliirk of Frenchniaii's Bayou. Following the meeting, a one .o'clock, luncheon-was given at the Rustic inn. Blytheville members of the Socie- ,tv ure • Mrs. Cassidy, Mrs. Hernia Shepherd, Mrs. Lillian B. Franks Miss Luna B. wUhelin, Mrd. Deer, Mrs. Mozelle Caldwell and Dr ~E(ina Nies. | ; Osceola members are Mr4. J. S , McCants, Mrs. Clarence Moore, Mrs 'Lester • Foster, Mrs. Clarence Grigsby, Mrs:. B. E. Moore, Mrs. Ernest Mann. Mrs. Gladys Burr and Mrs. C. E. Cartfer.tTand "from Frenchman's Bayou. rMrs. Clark. Afternoon Tea Honors Sororily's New Members A tea yesterday afternoon at the home, of Mrs. John G. Bom-land. 1138-:.Walnut, honored pledges of Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority. Guests of honor Mrs. Robert Porter, Miss Yntes, Miss Mary Lvnn Bean, Mrs. Virgil B'jyd, Mrs.- Frances Gamble, Miss Martha Prances Stevens of Dell, Mi-is Mary Sue Hoc, Mrs. Robert Thom.i- lon, Miss Junnila. Mc-Miillin inr.l Miss Dortha Bogan. Receiving guests were Mrs. DicK Watson, Mrs. Ted Lystcr ana Miss .'a Seay. Mrs. Donald Day and Miss Mice Saliba presided at the refreshment table, from which punch with ca- napes, cookies and olhcr party fcxids L: were .served, Tefjle decorations carried out a green, and yellow color scheme with | a" silver bowl of yellow roses. t!ie . Eorority flower, centering the table. Greenery entwined with yellow ration and plowing yellow candles in silver holders completed the al- To Visit Arkansas trutollve centerpiece. ,'IA --rose was .presented to pnch pledge oT the organization and photographs were taken diirhiR the Los Anpcles Visitor Honored With Parly Spring Mower.-, were used In Ills intertainlni; rooms Saturday afler- noon when Mrs. 11. F. Gay was ho:.- ess to three tables of guests for a >rldge luncheon complimenting hc-v ipust' [tucsl, Mrs. II. H. /1U:I.!. of Los Angeles. .In"bridge gnincs. Mrs. Love Adams was awarded high score into and the guest of honor was preseuteil si gift by the hostess. T • • Eighth Grade Class Has Who's Who Contest Bits of News number of MLytheville \v:>mer hear Mr:;. IIai|>;-r RibKv o liuehrslrr. N. V.. president, of lln> tlnltotl C'unin it of ('hurch W'jnu-n, when .she .s]jc:iks April 17 .in-l ll> :>l Ihe Arkansas r.'oimcil of Cliurc-h Womi'n Convention iti liiUI-^ Hud:. Other speakers will incht-.l 1 ? Mrs. IhH'.o Onl))('pp:'r. former .S-.m!hein Baptist Missionary U> Chhu wlw will f5ii ::m>n with Mi". Cutprppe 1 : to Uhili' lor contlntntlun nl" llielr missionary \vork. and Miss Mnv!-irtv..'t Mnisliall. dirt'cliir n! l.ll'.l- lluck Msthudl:! Coiini-il. Gene d. Fellows has relumed..16 his home in Memphis after accompanying Mrs. Fellows here and spending the weekend with her [;ar<>nls. Mr. and- Mrs. I,oy Elch, and family. Mrs. Fellows, tli^ lOf- mer Miss Ix)is Eich. will remain Ju-re a month to recuperate from a rrceiu operation. Mr. iiiid Mrs. Fnrl McGregor. Jesse IJnrnes and Miss Stella Davis s])t-nt yesterday in Memphis. \ Harry' Weednmii went by plane ye.steniay to bf with his mother, Mrs. Charles Wcedmim, who is a l>atlent In Baptist Hospital, Memphis. Condition of Mrs. Weociinan Is improved. I Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Haver nnd son, Pat, have roUirned to their home in Mttle Hock after having been the weekend quests of her sisti-v, Mrs Herman ilolf. and family, at their home on llcurn Street. Coming Events MONDAY Mrs. J. C. Lowe will present her music pupils in a recital. 1:45 o'clock, at tiie Woman's Club. TUESDAY Business Women's Circle of First Baptist Church meeting with Dr. Edna Nies. Mrs. James Guard hostess IP I,a Nueve club. ' Club bight meeting with Mrs. H. C. Allen, Tuesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Max B. neld. •Mrs. Robert Porter hostess to Double G Club. Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Kplscopji] church inoeLUig at home of Mrs. E. H. Mason, 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. l{. A. Khamlln hostess to Avalon Bunco Club. WEDNESDAY Mrs. G. G. CauOlll cnteilnlniiiK Wednesday Bridge Club. THURSDAY Jolly Eight Club meeting with Mrs. Dun Haley. 1 <idl<"i mblc- Class of First Methndist Church meeting with Mrs. W. A. S'.lckmon. Mrs. A. C. "Haley will he co-hostess. "FRIDAY Chapter N, 1>. E. O. Sisterhood. mei'liHK at the home of Mrs. C. M. Smart with Mrs. Smart and Mrs. Lloyd SUfkmon as hostess. We the Women Osceo/a News BY (RUTH JMH'LEKTT . NEA ISIaff lU'riter Did you ever nptice with what ease children who have been separated froin their friends by time and distance pkk no the Irh-nil- sliip right where they lift c:f the minute they are reunited? It's not 'that simple for grownups. They have a certain formula which i s supposed to irldae the jja,;> ot time and distance. They have. to say in words how Bind they arc' tO',see each oilier. They .liave to go through the "you're locking fine" routine. They, have 'to ask politely r.-l)Jiit each other's families. They h;ive to apologize' for not hayiiiK" l)ei;ir tliuul wriUiiB. Ami by the they've : done all that they sjin tp fciil like strangei'S, to rnuke conversation. lilMl'LK TECHNKIUE ClilUlrcn nave me riij'ul idea. They don't try to 'build any brid'ji- across the past. They jui.t look at eiicli other, tiln, and pisk right up where limy 'Ml off. If we could inunagc their tecii- ukiue, meetiiiji friends we haven't seen i:i a tout; time wouldn't '•>(' so awk'A'ard and dull. And their v;ay is really prolt> i-.hrpk'. 'Incy just i",j:oii! the g.ip niiUie l:y th:n-, distrin^e, anil un- .•.luu'Cil i.v,. ;•.!.. <•., iiiui |;et clo'.vi tu .11... li .. ii:< ;.-; 'Jl "Jio 1 *'." lliixw they' really ucsji Sinks Halts Publication Of St. Louis Newspapers ST. IXDUIS, Mo., April 14. <UP> —Publishers of St. Louis' newspapers appealed today to the 4 president of the AFL printing pressmans union to halt the walkout which has shut down three daily papers here. i The employes, members of the | WEB Printing pressman's union, , were reported to ijavc met yester- j day to discuss the publishers' latest wage offer and then recessed their meeting until today. Those who appeared for work unday eve- j nine walked off their jobs at the ' St. I/nils Globe-Democrat. St. l.oilis ] Post-Dispatch .and Si, Louis Star-^ rimes a short time later. ; IlKCOKI) SWOUDKISI! The record catch of . a striped Marlin su' is 10-10 pnunds. The catch was made off the Culi- vornin coast by Zane Circy. th* 1 novi'lisl. CARB OF THANK.S To my many friends who have visited me and remembered me with cards and messages of cheer and best wishes: I enjoyed each and every one, and thank you very much. Dr. W; F. Brewer Campbell's Clinic Memphis, Tciin. Legion Auxiliary Elects Officers at District Meeting Veleta Pierce was named Miss Eight)!- Clradc niul Mclvln Cross- know, Mr. Eighth C.rade in a Who's Who election lit Burdctte School. Others awarded titles were C:m>- Ivn Wise, most studios Rlr): J!<! Oossett, most studious boy: Jiiunii,: Odssett, most handsome boy:' '/elr-la Pierce, girl most likely to succeed: j 'Jlminle Oossett. boy most likely tc, | succeed: La Fayc Tomlln, best girl athlete; Harold" Koonce. best boy athlete: La I-'nye Tomlln. best all around girl; Thomas Holder, best all aroiiml boy. t Carolyn Wise, wittiest girl: Louis lofnies, wittiest boy; Maxlne Cross-I A. S.;C. Flying Giub ,Guests Here -Yesterday 'Members of the newly organized Confederate AinPorce Plying Clubs nradc <up"of: slufiehta at ArkJ^isas State Colle'ge. Jonesfeoro; were welcomed-at the Blytheville Air Base yesterday when they made their iirst group flight. Prom there they •went to Bartield for a hay-ride picnic. Members of. ; the Club here yesterday -were: Henry Dodd, president; Buddy Jacks, vice-president; Aaron White, C. Dickinson, Ned Penny and Paul Farmer. They -were accompanied by Miss 'Louise -Reeves of Blytheville, Miss Nita Rac Allen, Miss Susie Ma> Baldridge, Miss Maud Adams law- hprn, Mis s Shirley Swain and Mrs. Paul Farmer, all students at Arkansas : State. " . '. * * • State XJDC President Will be Honored Here Miss Ruth Lovcll Hardln of Foil Smith, president of the sta'..-; division of United Daughters of the Confederacy, will be the gu^st h'er Wednesday afternoon of the Elliot Fletcher Chapter of U. D. C. She will be guest of honor at i one o'clock luncheon at the homi :«o, most sophisticated gill; Charles i n i n . Booker, most sophisticated boy; Car- | olyn Wise, neatest girl; Thiunnsi Mrs. Rslller Bou-en nr .Toncsboro wns Heeled president, of tlie Fifth District of Atnericiin Lei-ion Anx- lllnry to .succeed Mrs. (J. .S. UaggoU of Blylhtvllle a' :i clislrlct menl- ing Sutui'day In Osceula at the Atncrelan Lcgfnn lint. Tht> -10 women attending !0]ire- sentcd units at Monctte. Lepanlo. Harrisbui'y, Triimann. .Tonesbriro Weiner, West RtrlKc. Rule and Blytheville. I Mrs. .1. H. Bass, pt'esitlent, of the Osceola unit, wns elected first vice president, and Mr.s. Ed B. Cook ot BlyllH'ville was named a candidate for a second vice presidency in the | Department of Arkansas. Mrs. L. O. Deard of joncsboro was named a candidate for department chap- Mr, and Mr.s. .1. J. Moore and son, J. ,1, Moore Ji 1 ,, spfiit Sunday hi Oadscten, 'I'enti. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Price of G'antther.sville, Mo., were the r.uost'i of Mrs. Price's aunt, Mrs. II. E. Smith, nnd family. Satiinlav. Mr. and Mis. Bill Tom Stewart, students at Arkansas State College, lonesboio. spent the weekend here villi their parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Holt nnd Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Stewart. Mrs. Stewart Is tin; for- ner Mis. 1 ; Margaret Holt. Miss Mary Louise Reeves and her fiance. Henry Dodd of Yonkers. N. Y.. ijolh students al Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, were j yesterday for a brief lime of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. 'O. Reeves. They came especially for a hay-vide anil picnic of the newly- nrcnnlxeil ASC Plying club. 'David S. i.aney, R. C. Bryan, and Charlie Colenmii were .in Memphis lust week on business. 'Mr. and Mr.s. W. I'. Hale have icturned from Si'lma. Ala., when' they visited Lieut. Col. and Mrs. Prank CriUendcn. Mrs. C. F. Hide accompanied them on their trip home. She has been spending the past three months with her daughter, Mrs. Crittcnden. 'Mr. nnd Mr.s. Myron T. Naillinu have a s their cuest this wci'k llielr aunl, Mrs. J. Lawrence McCord of Allanla, GM.'ition of v;ho hits i ,t en ",. L. Clladish. her home, is •Mr. in pjoved. and Mrs. Mrs. Bagwell was nomlnalcc ns ileloBale to the National Convention and Mrs. Mnrvin Lane, as . , ., . -, , altc-rnalc. The National Cunven- most popular girl; Jinimlc Oossclr.i.. .. * ' • w ' most 'jibpiilnr boy. Mrs. Scllna Mor- iii New ;an Is sponsor of the class. Youth for Christ Meet Held at Methodist Church Sonny Bolin of Blylheville was elected president of a Youth for ihrisl group representing seven tion will ue held in York. Krprcsentlns,' the department were Mrs. Oeoi-|;n Rolli of I«nokc. presklcnl, nnd Mrs. Cook of Hly- IhevlUe, historian. Delegates to the mcetlnt; from Blylhevlllo were Mrs. Bagnett. Mrs. tnnc. Mrs. Cook. Mrs. J. M. Clove- land. Mrs. Joe U Scruggs, Mrs. M. At The Hospital* JU.VTHKVIU.K IIOSI'ITAI, Admitted: Vaughn Law.son. Cooler. Mo. Howard Williams, city Dismissed: Mr.s. Ellis Webb. city. O. O. Estrs, Manila. Judy Taylor. HornersvlUe, Mo. vjayiit 1 Atkinson, city. Fred Bi-ynnl, Bragg City, Mo. 'I't-onuis ni[;gs, Coole]-, Mo. Mrs. G. T. Holland and Inby, city. Madeline Xenos, citv. WALLS IIOSI'ITAI, Dismissed: .1. W. Wilcooc, Osceola: Chnrles Hownrd. Jr.. Luxora. l!(-rl Lamb Jr.. city. Mrs. Kenneth Bell and b.iby. Osceola. HAI'TIST HOSPITAL, MRMrillS Dismiss i-d: Jack Oi-ossman. Joiner. Mrs. Henry Hut: je, iln- ("neiils of • Mi's. Hunt's sister. Mrs. p. C..'- Crumplcr, in Horn I/ k<-. Miss.. Sunday. Mrs. Ann. M:IIuney Pruetl of Maiden. Mo., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mike Nailling and family for several days. Read Courier News Want Ads. IN MKMOItlAM In sad and loving memory. of my husband, Abiit'r J. Ashcraft. who pssed away nun year a«o todny. .Sadly missed by '^ife, son and C'AIII* OF THANKS We would like to express our sin- ccri' thanks K> our many fi'lencls fot 1 Iht'ir kinclnessc's lo us fit tile i titne of the recent death of our hu.sbantl antl father, Ben G. Gill. Especially we would like to thank the HCV.'G. D. M:ig('p. the Rev. L. G. Enott, the Ilev. M,' R. Griffin", the Rev. Mitchell Houston. Ii"^ Funeral Home, I.. T. Monre Jl'., and all the others who'were so thoughtful. Mrs. Hen G. Gill .V Children flARD-TO-GET ITEMS Steel Scissors Postal Scales^I.ock Bn\es Small Filing Caliincls Kpecd OTrint l)'ii|ilic:ilnrs Staliom'ry Nnrrross CJreclIng Cards SAMUEL F. NORRIS rrlutlug—ortlco Sti|i|lH» Vfi North Second Our New i» Window Display Offers New and Vivid Suggestions for Spring Just the Lamp and Picture You'll THE GIFT SHOP We Gift Wrap Free A. Mlddlclon. Mis. E. CralR. Methodist churches at a in-elins] Mrs. p. S. Parker'and' Mrs. .1. II: Saturday niclit at Lake Street T,-<..T,H.- J Saturday night nl Lake Street Methodist Church. Other officers who will servu nra B. Baker, vice president. Mis-i Betty Defoor, secretary, nnd Miss Ethel Mae Eberdt. treasurer, nil of Blylhe- ville. Following the election, the l?cv. H. L. Hobison stressed the importance of "Youth for Christ." Bridge Party Honors Recent Osceola Bride OSCEOUA. Ark., April 14.—'An- olher of a series of parlies being piven for Mrs. Marshall Keilh Kline, who \viis Miss Flavia Dinver Fisher. Continuous Shows Kvcry Hay l?ox Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:01) , LISTKN TO KI.CN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.i, Meetings raofore lirr recent itian-iage. was] 11 bridge party Saturday for four l:fblt'.i »f miests given by Mrs. W. K. Hunt and her niece. "Mrs. Hunt Moore of Wilson, at the home of Mr.s. Hunt on IJnrd Avenue. Mrs. Kline will leave soon for her new home in Waterloo. Iowa. 'Mrs. W. C. Mason won first priz?. second went to Mrs: Spencer Driver and consolation '• to Mrs. John W. Edrinpiton. The EUcst' of honor was presented a cift of silver in her pattern. •Sprint; (lowers decorated entertaining ronnis of lii(. home. 'Maple Grove Cemetery Association meeting "tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. E. P. ifllomeyer, '101G West Hearn. Burdette School Pixrent-Teaclier Association meeting Wednesday afternoon.. 2:30 o'clock, at the school. of Mrs. Sterling Pi-Ice Martin. 801) West Main St. 311 Worth Second Street *• The smaller size is always ,/f SMARTER/ " O.RLS ENTERING This grciu Jicdlclne Is famous to relieve iialn. nervous (Ustress unit wimk, 'tlmi^ed o\\V restit'S* rccUujja, of 'certain Unys'—wlicti due to r\mc- tloiinl monthly dlstui buncos. Smi<l;iy nnd Monday Never Say Goodbye * \vtth Krrwl FJyun and Klc;itn>r I'iirkt'r Faramnnnl News Helected Stu.rt Huhjrcti Continuous Showing: Everyday Tuesday and Wednesday Are You Slyle-Cast Summer? The elements lhat git to mii!-.o up 1-cnuty styles change from year n ycnr. For inslancn, you wouldn't lliink of sporthiB the permuneiit ••• " thoiitilit was the rage bad: in 13W . . . things have changed. We have the facilities to properly myld the latest in style to youv pBv.on- ality. See u:; at once for sn'.i!'^ into smmiicr beauty needs! Eska Cold-Waves Massage .Facials THE BEAUTY CLINIC 1st Nat'l Bank Bldg. Phone 3274 ROXY THEATRE A UNIVERSAL PICTURE Selected Short Subject Continuous Showing Fvcryilny Mont/ay, Tuesday and Wednesday Matinee and Night you't! bow pump of RED calfskin . . . and tlicre you ROC the crisp, \vliilc stitching that's K n fashion new this season ... on UIR liow and tho squared cx- tLMidcd solo! It) a lieautiful shade of rcA 98 Finding smart clothes is no problem when you wear size 16 or smaller. Lftrger sizes make you matronly no matter how good their quality. We'll reduce your measurements before bathing suit time if you couie to us now. 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