The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 18, 1947 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 18, 1947
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TWO BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1947 ociety J\teut&— Wixson, Society Editor f Phono 461 irce Topics Discussed Alpha Alpha Meeting f program presented las'; night ^the;Alp4a Alpha Chapter of Beta a*Phi-Sorority meeting at the oom/«as'9n 'Words." "Thlnk- _'. and k 'Exercise." Participants Fere'sorority inembcrs Miss Bette Boyd discussed ' tracing-their origin, and! Methodist Church Group Has Supper at Church More tliaii 40 members, teachers and officers of the Intermediate Fellowship Group of First Methodist Church gathered last night at the church for n supper party. Miss Mamie L. Adams, director of Christian Education for the church, conducted recreation. through the ages.; She ex- Favors and decorations carried that words began with iml-j'o'ut n ii "April Showers 11 theme wilh ins ol sounds and that Yastka miniature umbrellas and gum raindrops. the first man to divide, o scientific divisions. "Tha_ in-cr- person's vocabulary \3 2,030 Boyd said. She LS ni\ 61 English teacher at BrUhcvJlh High ilS^iool. , 5| <Jn Miss Saliba's discussion, of Unthinking," she stressed the Import^^•cc of reading good booka and ^ing good_movies 'It is Import- lit,to recitll'w'or'tlvwhile thlnijs since iking does depend upon mcm- ," Miss SaHba said. 3hc ccn- ^ued.-/'Memory is an association it. ideas of HKeness, contact, cause and. effect," She explained that difr rtVent people think differently r.lnut :'c«5e- thing because of their rlilfer- fe»ce in : association of Ideas. "Ap. 1st injghl think of something ouo and a musician in an entirely, erent way." she said. Alexa Williams discussed :ertise" and demonstrated varl- exerclses and their purposes. \yas assisted by Miss Dorothy r Jean Higginson, Miss Lynn Jack-, son and Miss Vera Goodricn. j Jn the business session, plans were II rmide for the Founders Day pro- : gram to be held April 39, nnd the ' arjnual Mother's Day obsorvanfu. Appointed by Miss Snllba. presitlcii!.. to make arransements for tha Molh- ' *'s Day celebration were Mrs; How- i«l N. Moore, Miss Williai-.if. Mlrfi iggiiison and Miss PnndorlA Wlilt- worth. ^jjcveral members of the organization volunteered to Help In ttt« Cancer Drive Saturday. lid-Week Club, Husbands juests at Supper Party •'Mid-Week. Club members and their husbands were -entertained night with a supper by Mr. pnd Mrs. Oscar Fendler. Also uests were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Nail Gives Party For Bunco Club, Guest Mrs. Byron Kail wns hostess yesterday afternoon to inemljt'is of Bits of News GNn. Club nnd other Biifst, Mrs. Alvin Lane, wilh u bunco |)jirty. In gfinu'S, bunco prl/e wi-"l to Mrs. H. C. Hlankenship, lilgh to Mrs. L:xne nnd low to Mrs. Null. Spring (lowers were used [or decorations. ed. rii'treslinicnts Mi's, Little Enlcrlains Tliursclay Club, Gucsls Tile A. Ci. Ullle plantation home. Fail-fields, was Ihe ^etlillg for a bridge luncheon yesterday when Mrs^Llltle entertained the Thursday Club and other gucsls. Mrs. Harry Kirby. and Mrs. W. 11. Tan- Mr. nnd Mrs. G. I. nyrd and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Johnson went to Crews-1-jiteral, near Kelner, this afternoon lo attend funeral services for E, B. Woodiird, who died Wednesday night. Condition of Mrs. Charles P Hail, who underwent, a major op- oration Monday at Walls Hospital is much Improved. Mrs. llowell Brewer of Hot .Springs- is spending .six weeks here with her daughter, Mrs. Colemar Stevens, ami Mr. sto'ens. , Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A. CitnnlnKhau will spend the weekend in Llltlo Hock on business. Mr. and Mrs. Harry .Boenn lefl today foe St. Louts, where they wU spend the weekend. They pmn t< rutin-n tlic fivst of r.ext weel:. .Mr. nnd Mrs. CHly TrUiT.' 'of yesterday to return lo their home In Corpus Christ), Texas, after having been the Biicsts here o: her IXircnts. Mr. and Mrs B. P. Klrsh- ncr, and family. Mrs. 'n-isler Is the former Miss Nancy Kirshner. Mr. and Mrs. James Carne;' of txmu Beach. Calif., are her! to visit Ills brother, Felix Cnrncy. and rather, .Joe Carney, for a week. Baptist Rally To Be April 25 n Joiner Church A Mississippi County Woman's Missionary Union of the Baptist Church Itally will be held April I',, in Joiner al the linptlst church .here. Mew Liberty Baptist Church will have charge 'of Ihe program. Mrs. S. L. McNalr will be the pro- .rain leader and the rev. L. o. Miller, pastor of New Liberty Church, will nive the Inspirational icssajje. Theme of the entire pro- rain leader and the rtcv. L G. ers." Mrs. c:ydc Webb's topic will be "What Is This Faith?" Following a luncheon, the afternoon meeting will Incmdo a business session at wlile'n Mrs. Orrln irunt will preside. Topic of Honor Students at Wilson Kyals Jones Muncy Hornilc!i Honor student:! of the graduating class of Wilson High School arc Hornden, Merle RyaLs,, daughter Church Group Meets LUXOBA, Ark.,' Apr. 18 — Mrs. Buford Denton and Mrs. John 'owlcr were hostesses to the mem- ers of the Fidelis Class of the 'irst Baptist church In (he social enter of tlic church Monday night when the class held its monthly usiness and social meeting. Mrs. Charles Frazler, president, presided ve rthe business session. Mrs. Anil Montgomery, formerly of San Jose, California, was welcomed as i visitor. After games were enjoyed )y the members, the hostesses served ice cream and Sunshine cookies. Charles Hornden, son of Mrs. Alma of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ryals, Martha Muncy, daughter o! ttie I ami Mrs. A. f. Mnncy, and Lurlrnc Jones, daughter of Mr. ami Grafton Jones, Graduation exercises will be held Friday night, May y.t, ii Rev. Mrs. the the afternoon devotional will bet high school audltoritfm. The 18 students who arc candUlalc-s for "To Tithe Or Not to TIlh<!." Mrs. 1 graduation arc Mitsuye Akahoshi, W. J. Alexander, Helen Boiirland wayne Ijussey, Ira Crawford. Nadlnc Dcusen, w. S. Dobson. Don Elslander, Alex coble Jr., Charles Honulen, John Hood, Luriene Jones, Warren Lane, Martha Muncy, Dorothy McAfee, Merle Ryals. Esthei rueker and Charles Weldon. Miller will give the fclosln<; inotll-< lation, "He Took It Upon Ilmsclf." Mrs. Laney Hostess To Bridge Club, Guest OSCEOLA, Ark.. April 17.—Mrs. David S. Limey was hoste.i.i Tuesday afternoon to :i two-ttibl-; bridge club and Mrs. Ralph Woortrull" was a guest. Mrs. Wi-lby Young won fir-it prlzo .lid Mrs. II. E. Phillips, second Spring (lowers were .irrniiKGil hroiiiihaiit the living and dining iii!; foi- the iithiir. Guests were served at the din- QuQCterlv Ing room table, attractively deeci- | ^ / rated wilh Sprint: flowers, which; Qf DQptlS Set for Sunday nlso were nrrunged throughout UK' home. Mrs. C. W. Afflick won first prize in games and second went to Mrs. Byron Morse. Two Are Hostesses To ME Church Group Mrs. W. A. Sltckinrm and Mrs. Don Haley were hostesses last night at the Stlckinon home to members of the Ladies Bible Ulnss of First Methodist Church. I Mrs. A. C. Hnloy. president. R»ve the 'devotional and had charge 'of the business session. Mrs. O. E. room, were "tt Ij ° y Qiieilmalz and Mrs. Maude Melton, led the Bible Study, oth- wlth irises and tladioli. The guests were served at "trie dining room table and small I tables, also decorated with flowers The group played rummy during £he evening. ^ ;, V - ' •- '^ fiss Martha Ann Barnes iide o{ Nebraska Man Mississippi County linutl&t Asso- clatlonnl Sunday School Quiirterly meeting will be held Sunday niter- noon, 2:30 o'clock, at Calvary Bap- list church here, it was announced today by the Rev. D. B. DJetlsoe, Assoclatlonal Superintendent. Emphasis will be on Vacation Bible Schools, wilh Mrs. A. C. IColb of Little Rock pariiclpiiting on the program. Others who will tnkc part on ihe program Ma the Rev. L. G. Miller, pastor of New Liberty Baptist Church, the Rev H. -A. Zimmerman. Mississippi County Missionary, and the Hev Euel Phllpotl. assistant pastor 0! Osceoln Baptist Church, who has charge of the music. ?ecent Bride Honored rVifli Another Party OSCEOLA, Ark., April 17.--Mrs. Jettle Drivei- was hostess to 25 guests vith an Informal morning purfy Weilnesdny at l^.a htnne of hov mother, Mrs. D. H. Blackwood, complimenting Mrs. Mai-shnll Keith iCIine. recent Ijj'ide. Forming a setting for Hie groii]) ,vere arrangements of Spring IKIU- cjuels^ Hefrc.shmenls were .served. TJ. .p. Gay. Mrs. Elma Armstrong and Mrs. W. W. Akenhnad of Little Rack,-houseKuesl of Mrs. Cnl Clos- jsett of Burdi'Uc. « ' The Stlckmon home was decorated with nrrnnj!emcnls of flowers >fqr • the" occasion. Refreshments. ! were -served: '- " '. ' ."• ; ! f EO Chapter Meeiitiy Hold fit ilzzelle Home Mr., Mrs. Joe Thomas Initiated Into O. E. S. home. Mrs. .J. I,. Olnscoe won score prize and Mrs. Detlye Starr, second. Snapdragons and tulips decorated entertaining rooms. ; TJcligian". '-European Baptist" am high 'Bomhern. Hnpttst Mission Lands' Nelti'-wcre the topics developed. At The Hospital* ni.YTHEVir.LE HOSPITAL Admitted: Perry Mnnnon. city. Mrs. Maude Byrd, city. Hnrold Pipkin Jr., Osceola. Dismissed: Vaughn !,av,'son, Cooter, Mo. Allen Rushing, city. Virgil Fox, Dell. eorge Frank caudle, city. WAI.LS HOSI'ITAI, Dismissed: Mrs. F. T. Davis and baby, Rle. Mrs. Victor Wilson. Mrs. j. D. Smith, city. Jolly Youngster Plans Announced by Advisor Plans for the newly-organl/cd Jolly Youngster club of Blythevlllc were disclosed today by Miss Alice Sallba, stuff advisor. The group, tnnde up of first, second nnd lhlr<i grade pupils, will ineot each Monday afternoon, 4 o'clock, in the Y for a story hour and song session. Anyone interested may Join. Miss Sallba asked that any mothers Interested in helping ivith the group contact her President of the group is Sue Owens, Delores Lum Is vice president; Donna Lou Stanfleld, secretary, and Lou Owens, treasurer. OSCEOLA, Ark., April 17.— Osceola Chapter No. 425 of the Order ,of .the Eastern Star had Its regular : meeting Tuesday night it the Masonic Hall when Mr. and Bridge Club Members Guests of Mrs. Art ears Luxora WMU Meets LUXOKA, Ark.. Apr. 18. — The Baptist Woman's Missionary Un- nn met at Ihe church Tuesday af- ernorm fnr the Royal Service study, tfrs. John Koch presented the Roy- il Service topic, "Other Peoples In Surope". Mrs. o. Ilowlon gave the levolional, "Trniisccnding Proven- lialtsm". prayers were said by Mrs. B. Wood, Mrs. John Kock and Mrs. 'O. Howton. "Europeans," Their Shipment of Bassinettes Just in $5.95 THE TOYSHOP 105 S. 2nd. Phono 23US Weave Own Clothing ORONO, MO. (UP)—Asst, Prof. Edward J. Began of Hie University of Maine chemistry department and his wife weave their own cloln Irom a home-made loom lie built In 1942 to beat the clo'.hing shortage. They have woven 100 yards of suiting, 22 afghans an'! blankets and five scarves. , Want to Keep Healthy? rl.i-li l)alhsl"l'l,o«o . . V<iirll iml»r i-vllli'. rn)in I;,. f.-i.|- IL[ v-rr Artie's Beauty Shop ' HARD-TO-GET ITEMS Steel Scissors Postal Scales—Lock Boxed Small Filing Cabinets Speed OTrint Duplicators Stationery Noreross Greelinif Cards SAMUEL F. NORRIS JPrlutlng—Office Supplies 122! North Second OPEN NOW: The Wonder City Grill Try Us For Delicious Foods Sloaks Merchant's Chops Di iniavs f 9 Chicken 409 West Main • Pica Phone 3900 ^Announcement was made today of tlfc marriage of Miss f Martha Ai>n Biines, daughter plfSMrs. \V. S. Baines of Blytheville, to Claude S. Brjaii of Lincoln,'Nebr. Tha wcrt- ding-was solemnised April 11. G:30 '*e o" Sr^B.T-WWt.t. ^inswhlc,, P^ wore made to or ol the First Baptist Church• ^""rivn."'.,, «•„« civou bv Mrs. ere. |Mrs D. J. Hill of Memphis was bride's matron of honor ;(iul> . Hill, the bridegroom's be^t man. j The bride wore a pink casual dress nmed with a 'gold buckle nnd matching buttons and navy blue accessories Her shoulder corsage was ^o£ white cauielllas. will make their home in Memphis, where Mr. Bryan is OSCEOLA, Ark., April 17—Chapter O of P. E. O. Sisterhood met \Vcdnei<lny afternoon nt the home of Mrs. Jack Uzzollc at Basselt. Mrs. David G. Laney, president, conducted the business session. '.Tettie Driver and Mrs. Roy Cox. held last week in Lit Rock. Mrs. Driver wns elected delegate to Ihe Supreme Convention, which \\ill.bc held ii in Los Angeles. A des.«erl course was served the conclusion of the meeting. bdent. Mrs. Bryan wns volccue- an of her graduating class at norel School. .•' * ** '. * rs. Stevens Hostess > Bridge Club, Guest 'Mrs- Coleman Stevens wns hos- Stess. Tuesday night for the weekly i^ NUeve Club party. L Mrs. J. Mel Brooks Jr., was a guest other than club members. Miss Anita Faye Beck won first prize and Mrs. John Thomas, sec! -end fiprin? flowers decorated the Ste- r^ps home A dessert course was i Oclobci at lowing meeting. ODCEOLA, Ark., April 17.—Mrs Scnrcy Meats entcrlaine<l a two- Mrs. Joe Thomiis were initiated in- I table bridye club Wednesday at her to the Order. i Mrs. Kiith Ragsc ale, worthy matron, and J. W. Tnrelkeld, worthy >utron, yreslclecl. Plans were made for the official visit May 6 of Ihe district deputy rand lecturer, Mrs. C. W. Alford of Blytheville. The refreshment committee, of which Mrs. Dorothy Chlsm is chairman, served refreshments lol- This yreat meillcliie la fnm'ons to relieve pnln, ncrvoliB dlstrc&a and Wei\k. cnuiky. 'drugnixl out' feeltnps. «f such days— when clue to fenmle funoLlotial inotUhly disturbances. We will be closed Monday and Tuesday Open Wednesday, 8 a.m. rs. McCutchen Hostess !«th Bridge Luncheon Osco/o Kiwanians Hear BlytheviUe Churchman • OSOEOLA, Apr. 18.—The R-W. B Francis IvirDevitl of Blylhevilie. \vas miest speaker at Ihe regular meeting of- the Kiwanis Club at the grade school cafeteria last nluht. Father McDc-vitl used as his topic "Communism." He stressed Hie Communistic activities in American labor organizallons and warned of the future outcome unless liioy arc curtailed. Herbert shippen. president of Ihp club, presided over the business session. It was voted by the group Hint two delegates wonld be sent to the International Kiwanis convcr.lion lu Chicago with the delegates to be named at a later date. Just Received Dozens of New KELLY DON DRESSES (Just Like Old Times) Dreifus We/comes t/ie Jy's ifts O W McCutchen -was hos- \ A, ' te* with a luncheon to members ' '" of'Thursday Contract Club at her ioine, 716 West Main St. | Cuesfe-were served at the dining , room table. Spring'bouquets deco'. raS^l the home. = . I - ills G O. Caudill won high | - a j score prize when bridge was play- led*-during the afternoon and sec- ISfeB high was awarded Mrs. Hen- ll^Humphreis. : Mother's Day i May we suggest a permanent Igktt for the home, such >s Pic ^ lions, Lamps, Vases, Figurines. [capper and Brass. Flower, Con- already planted . ' . or . personalized gift of Mitcna- l Perfume. Milkmaid Spring or a delightful Sochet. I THE GIFT SHOP W* Git* Wrap Free Si isters enjoy browsing . through our display of gr«ting card* . . . for birthdays, anniversaries, congratulations '.".'. or cards that just say "Hello." 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