The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 19, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 19, 1947
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Phono .101 Janes Guests Party local Jaycee Janes with a sherry y-.j| yesterday afternoon in the • VMt Colonial rooms of- Hotel le',-headquarters of the state ior, Chamber of Commeice Conion being held here onered guests Included Mrs. Pasty of Crossctt, wife or state' cee President posey, and Mrs. old Dunn> of pine Bluff, wife mftwdiate past President Dunn, rty Quests attended :?Ireahments were served from able'at, which Mrs. James Hoy I Mrs. James E. Quard presided. 0 attractive floral centerpiece 1 arranged with burning yellow idles in silver holders. 1 * * * nd Students Honored ith Banquet at School Sand students at Blj thcvillc High hool w*ere honored with a bnrquet t night m-the high school luji jrn The annual Snah- Is aiiimgcil Band -Mothers. The unique attractive decoration- itiired»red and white /lowers in iniaturc drums arranged down the liter of tables where the 15 1:10111 rs and.guests were served. Place rds'wsre also In the simp'of drums Bill Williams, senior and retiring csident, presented the welcoming Idress and Miss Marilyn Deen so', a. senior, returned thank:,. A .ghlight of the affair was a mock Supper Party Given For Open Door Class 'Members of the Open Door Sunday School Class of First Methodist Church and other guests were entertained last night with a buffet supper at the country home uf Mrs. Cnl Goxscl of Buidetlc when Mrs? Gossett and Mr. !>ml Mis. George A. Hnle were host und hostesses. Tile supper was served buffo; style at small tables centered bouquets of violets. Spring Mowcr-i in attractive nirnngeineiHs were placed throughout the home. Guests included the Rev. ami Mrs. Allen D. Stewart, Dr. Jennie Ixni Milton of FuycUcvllle, Mrs. B. A. Putch of I'ine Bluff, Mrs, P. W. Wilson of Momcnce, 111., ,mci Mrs. W. W. Akenheart of Little Ruck. Mrs. f'utt'h, Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Akenhcail are housegucsts of Mrs. Gossetl, their niece. x Mrs. Akenhead hud charge of roc- rent Ion for the 30 members and .tjuosU. * • » Pledges Are Honored By Alpha Beta Chapter Bits of News P&UOHO.I Alpha noln Alpha Chapter of Kpsilrm Scirorily entertained Mrs. Clco Lniigslon und her sis- tor, Mrs. AJin MoWilliams, leH U>day for DC Kalli, Miss., where they will visit llielr mother, Mrs. Annie H. Tnnn, and another sister, Mis John A. Clark. They will be txc- compnniert home by Mrs. Tnnn, •,vhr, will be their guest hero;. •Mrs. O. W. •Dlllahunty has as her guests Mrs. C. C. Lcc of Dyers- hurt!. Term., and Mrs, W. T. Hay of Memphis. Mis. Duff Gaillier find daughter Harriett Marie, returned to tholi home in Memphis this aiiernooi after having spent the past several days here with Mrs. G'nlthcrV mother. Mrs. John Waklen, who lisis been ill. 'I'licv were motorcc home by Mr. Galthcr, who came for them today. Also here ns Mrs Wnlden's Is her son, Bobby Wnldpn, employed by Southwestern •Boll Telephone Co., in Pariujould. Mr.-;. J, O. Ellis, Mrs. O. W. Diil- SATURDAY, APRIL 19, Coming Events MONDAY Woman's society of Christian Service of First Methodist Church neeting in circle groups, circle One with Mrs. W. J. Pollard at home of Mrs. A. M. Butt; circle Two with Mrs. Elton Klrby; Circle Three with Mrs. R. A. Nelson and Mr?. A. H. Boyd, co-hostess; Circle Four with Mrs. Henry Humphreys and Mrs. E. J. Brown, co-hostess; Circle Five with Mrs. 6, P. Martin and Mrs. John Johnson, co-hostess; Circle Six with Mrs. W. H. Hutson at home of Mrs. P. D. Poster. Miss Vera Goodrich hostess to GEO Club. Woman's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist Church meeting at the church. Circles of Womans Missionary Society of Calvary Baptist Church meeting at the church for mission study. Woman's Missionary Society ot First Baptist church meeting church, o'clock, for Royal Service program. Young Woman'i Auxiliary of First Baptist church meeting at home of Mrs. Russell Baiigh. Woman's Auxiliary of First Presbyterian Church meeting at tlie church, 2:30 o'clock. Circle 8 of Woman's Missionary Society of first Baptist Church meeting with Mrs. W. F. King 1C03 West Main. TUESDAY Junior -High Parent-Teacher Association meeting in Junior High ' School auditorium, 3 p.m. preceded 'Old-Fashiohecl' pledges last night with a weincr roast at BaiTield. This was the first of a number of social affairs planned to honor .the 11 pledges. They are Miss I-a- vonne Portlock. Miss Wundn Me.: Bride, Miss Itnmnnn Knghmd, Miss nlumly-mid Mrs.'E. M. Terry htive ], y executive board meeting, 2:31) returned from Little Bock, whevc p,,, they attended a state convention I ' Mrs Glirrnr( i Cnudlll hostess to of Arkansas Council of Church Trl . Town Bridge Club at home of Women. , . I her mother, Mis. Robins, in Steele, Mr. and Mrs. .Curtis Smith of, Mo illation'for new members of ilic I Alm Mlddlolon, Miss Butone .Inf- ind. -Carroll Evans, new prcsidfut, ae presented the gavel by Bill. Guests included Karl Warlenpfuhl, ind director, and Mrs, Waden fuhl; W. E. Caldwell, principal of unSor High School, and Mrs. "Cii'lil- •ell; w. B. Nicholson, snpcrlnu-n- enat o£ city schools, and Miss Uosu f, Hardy, High School puncipal /liss Harriet SillimarTs Engagement Announced JLUXORA, Ark., Apr. 19. — The irjnormcenieht of the engagement >f V 'Mary Harrett Silliman, daughter |f ' Mrs. Elizabeth Williams Sllll- iian of Luxora and the late E. H. ^ Marlon, va., to Robert iSewev Mears, son of Mr and Mrs. Bearcy D Mears ot Osceola, was today by the bride elect's r. The wedding will be quiel- olemnized at the home of the 4 o'clock, May 7 v,lth the I Charles E Lett Is, pastor Oi iKrst Methodist Church, offi- is Stlliman, on her rrmlernn Is the granddaughter of Mrs WlUlams and the late Mr arr&,' pioneer of Ltixora, and er paternal side, the grand [liter of'.Mr. and Mrs. E. H. an of 'Cleveland, Ohio, she Is duate of the Luxorn }Jish ers, Miss Nan Hutton, Miss Mnr- •aret Hill, Miss Vc-linn Cidhoun, llss Mary Uarch, Miss Dorothy Bnrch and Miss Mnd^e Vaslbindcr. Aincheon Is Given 7 or PEO Sisterhood Mrs. C. Murray Smart, ami Mis. Joyd Stlckmon were ho. ( ;tcs.':i>K ycs- .crdny alleriioon at Ihe Smart home. !OH West Walnut HI... to nwinbcrn it Chapter N. P. E. O. Sisterhood and Ilieir sister, Mrs. J. A. Orr of] College Station, Texas, with :i two- course luncheon. Mrs. Hurry \V. Hritnes presented Ihe program. She discussed that "State P..E. O. Sisterhood cmweu- Uon held April 10 and U In Liltls Hock, Small iioutinels of mixed flowers •Iccorated hmeheon tables and li.:g- cr bowls of tulips were arrnr.iieil •hroughout the home to form a :olorhil .wiling lor the group. Mrs. Charles Crlgeer, prcslilenl. had charge of the business nitit-llng. Oltnwn. HI., left today to-return to their home -(ifter snnndlnif u brief visit with Mrs. Smith's brother, A. O. Hudson, ami Mrs, Hudson. (IDS West Chlcka.sawba. lllll Hvrd is spending' thc'itfeek- eiid in Little Rock. Mrs. R. E. Van.Hooser has been called lo Momphia because of the illness of her mother, Mrs. E. n. niissoll. Mr. and Mrs. E. I*. Hale spent yesterday In Memphis. Mrs. H. A.' Futch of Pine Dhitf I.a Nucve Club meeting with Mrs. N. G. Jerome. Business Women's Circle of First Baptist church meeting nt the church. Mrs. Robert porter entertaining Double G Club. Mrs. A. C. Blanchard hostess to Avalon Bunco Club. WEDNESDAY Becaiise Redfeatlier (Mrs. Don- qld White), a Blackfoot inclinn, wore Ihe shorts she displays above, John .Duke, her landlord, locked her out of her Chicago ..apartment, she claimed in court. Judge took one look, thought o£ modern beach sliorls and said, *'Those ore old-fashioned." lie dismissed her disorderly conduct charge against Duke who promised not lo lock her out again. Grand Chapter, Order of the Eastern star. She was accompanied by Mrs. Mnudo corbett of allmore. Mrs. W. C. Howard and Mrs. C. W. Ramey of Blylheville have gone to Chicago to see their • daughter and son, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Hamey. When they return, Mis. Ramey will accompany them homo for a month's visit. Mrs.'Mellle Harmon.of Lexington, Tennessee arrived Sunday for a visit with Mr, and Mrs. a. W. Stanford and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Den ton and Mrs. Bartle Bonds visited their nephew, Dewey Hill, and Mrs. Hill In Memphis Sunday. W. c. Howard spent the weekend visiting relatives in Lexington, Twin. He was accompanied home by. Mrs. E, .A. Moffett who had spent a month thcr c visiting her sister, Mrs. A. E. Beasley. Miss Martha Noll Head spent the weekend In Osceola, the guest of Miss Lila May Lsnnau. Mrs. Harry Stanford motored to Memphis Monday for her mother, Mrs. William Lucas," of Kligorc, Texas, who was visiting her sister, Mrs. E. H. Brolask). Mrs. Lucas will spend a month with relatives here. Mrs. Judy FOAler of Pangburn. A/k., Is the guest of her daughter, the Young Matrons Brldg. Mrs. Buford Thweatt, and Mr. in her home Monday aif' Thwealt. end -of the games Mrs?'%yvl Miss Mary Longmeade of Sac- more held high sr~--'-"*-—* ramcnto, Calif., a student of South- UoJly Ooswiok held western, Memphis, was the weekend guest of Miss Dltsy SlWmari. Miss Millie Pcery, Miss Mary Evelyn Martin and Miss Maml Lou Permenter, members of the Luxora Beta Club, and the club's sponsor, Mrs. R. w. Thomas, attended the Beta Club meeting at the Peabody Hotel, Memphis, Friday and Saturday. Miss Dltsy Sillimart entertained Shipment of Bassinettes Just in $5.95 THE TOT SHOP 105 S. 2nd. Phone 23U8 Luxora News The Rov. Charles E. Lewis, pastor of the Methodist church, left Monday for MoiTlHon where he will attend n school for pastors for the next two weeks. He was accompanied as far a.s Conway by his wife and daughter, Carolyn, who will visit Mrs. Lewis's parents, Mr. Chapter D, p. E. O. Sisterhood, and Mrs. D. U. Parson, and sister, meeting with Mrs. C. W. Afflick. Mrs. M. E. council. 203 North !0th St. Mrs. Cornelius Modinger hostess Is the Klicst of. Mrs. Cal Oossetl , to Town ;, lu) Coim t,- y c i u ),, and sons, Cnl and ,llm, at Burdelle. | Wednesday club meeting with Mr, an<| Mrs. Tom r,. Heaton Mrs Hnrl . y K i r l,y Mrs. THURSDAY Russell Phillips hostess to Thursday Luncheon Club. Mrs. E. R. Lancashire entertaining Thursday Contract Club. GNB Club meeting George Cunningham. Mrs. Mw Members Attend "Y" tigers Meting Serernl new members were present Thursday afternoon for (lie regular nicetiiijf of Bast side "Y" ol and attended Marion Jun- Tigers at the Baptist Chapel on College, Marlon, Virginia, and lillly street. is, where she. They were Jimmic Hamllcy. red in" rhuiic' and wns n mem- ; Thom'ns Dowdy, r;ctc Parks, jnines f^the Chi Omega Sorority and Robertson and Donald Holding. President Harold Robertson conducted the meeting. In the busi- have returned from Hlchwood, Mo., where (hey went because of the dcnth of Mr. Itenton's uncle, Bert McMiillln. Mrs. Hoy Craycraft and infant daughter, Snrn Annee, of Hamilton, Ohio, formerly of Blyl.licville. lire here for several weeks visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Phillips mill family. Mr. Craycraft will join them later. Mrs. Craycraft is the former Miss Emma 1,011 Phillips. Mrs. Horace Walters.of Advance, Mo., was in Blytlievfllc for- n brief Guy Swift are In Memphis" to be visit. Mrs. Walters is the former , with H. M. swift, who Is seriously Miss Juno Lansing and bnth s-hc niul Mr. Wallers formerly rc?I'Jed In Blvlhcvillc. Mrs. Owen Doss of Chicago, formerly of Blylhevlllt', is spending FCV- oral duys here with friend:;. She Mrs. E. u. lioitun left Monday for Topeka, Kan. to attend the Osceofo News Mrs. G. F. Bryant, Mrs. David S. Lnnoy, Henry Janies Swift and and Mr. Doss uinde their home in TJlvtlieville when he was in l:u.,lness here. Inter sorority. Mears Is a graduate of the' ola High School and attended ness session, n committee M-.I.S np- Universlty of Arkansas, Pay llle, where' he was a member IB Kappa Alpha Fraternity. He in the Army 36 months, 24 ot h were spent overseas in the ran and Italian Theater of Oc- tlbn. He is- associated in busl- with his father In the. Mears, tructlon Company. • ; . Scherer Hostess h Rook Club Party s Cornelius Scherer was hos- yesterday afternoon to fellow bers of the CBC Club with a party. ' a hbmp: was 'decorated with rigements of spring, flowerr.. Cornelius Scherer won hfsh prize, Mrs. Lendennle nd, and- Mrs. Leon Bc'herer, w. ... ef reshments . of ice cream witli and cold drinks were served,. pointed to plan n hike and Ilio nnme "Y" Tijjers selected for tlin club. Teninc were selected for n Softball game.' BlytheviUc Residents Will Attend Concert Several niythcvillc people plan to be in jonesboro tomorrow atlcr- ncon for tbn Arkansas State symphony. Orchestra concert, which will be presented nt 3 o'clock nt Arkansos Slate College. Sponsoring the concert is tlie Jonesboro Symphony Society. Meetings Cnl) scouts. Troop Four, meeting Monday n| K !,t a t Fil , s| Methodist Church 7:30 p.m.. for registration and re-registration. New Liberty New* Mr. nml Mrs. HUton Stephenson nnd daughter. Mary Tom, .spent u few days iti Sikeston, Mo., w'Ui Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wnrley ,1m' Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Hill nt, Missouri. Miss Blllie Nelson ot Memphis wns guest for n brief lime of Mr. und Mrs. I'. B. Jnrrott. ' Mrs. Lngrone Whittle .spent n few days in IJttlo Rock. ill ul the Baptist Hospital. Condition of Miss Emma Cox. who has hecn quite Hi at Ihe Baptist Hospital in Memphis, is much Improved and she will be removed to her home within a few days. George Dlcfccrson, who has made his home/ in conway for the past two years, has returned to reside In Osccoln and will be associated with the Lilllc River Co-operation. .Mr. and Mrs. Myron T. NaillinK accompanied their guest. Mrs. J. Lawrence McCo'rd of Allautn,- Ga., to Memphis Wednesday. She went to Atlanta Irom Memphis by plane. FELIX A. CARNEY City Radio Service • Expert Repairs o All • Complete Line Riidios in Stock We Pick Up and , ' Deliver ••• • •• . J24 E. Main Phone 2497 SERVICE PROJECTION FOR YOUR lemp Blythcvillc Steam Laundry-Cleaners Artie's Beauty Shop i:i North SofOiul Xln-ijl rituiii! 3:10:! 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