The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 22, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 22, 1947
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PAGE TWO Emily Wixson, Society Editor I'lumc 101 Circle Meeliugs Held For Methodist Women The -Roman's Missionary .Society of Christian Service members of First - Methodist Church met n ciic-lc svoups yesterday afternoon. Circle Cue met at the home of ?.'rs. W. 'J. Polianl with Mrs. J. L Gunn as co-hostess. The devotional \vas given oy :,irs. J. W. Adams Circle Two met at the home o.l Mrs. Elton Kirby, where Mrs. William V.'yatt gave the Bible study. Circle Three- 'members were guests of Mrs. K. A. Nelson, with Mrs. A. II. Boyd as co-hostess ami Mis James C. 'Guard gave the Bible study. Circle Four met with Mrs. Henry Humphreys nt her home. Mrs. E. .1. Brown was co-hostess anrt "Mrs. L. [:. Old gave tile devotional. Cir.'le Five lie.d its meeting lit tlie home nf Mrs. S. P. Martin • with Mrs. W. S] Johnson as co- hostess. ' Mrs. John Foster gave the devotional and the Bible study \vos given by Mrs.' Georue Pyles Circle Six met at the home .0! Mrs. P. D. Foster wltli, Mrs. William Hiftson and Mrs. Fred Steadman a s hostesses. The devpUonal \vas .yiven by Mrs. A. C. Haley and the Djtile study by Mrs. O.' N. Hawkins, Out-of-town Visitor Honored Wilh Party Mrs. R. \v. Woodman of Chiiffec. Mo. was guest- of lionor last night when Mrs. W. E. Cherry entertained with a birnco party at her home on Franklin St. High score prize in the games went' to -Mrs. Leon OiMinlne and low to Mrs. Mark Stewart. Mrs. • John Tyrone received the bunco gprize. Wins Contest Mary Lou parkciy oinlilli .yrade student at fioynton Schorjt, will •avel to Memphis rrltlay lo \ie the Mid-South Spi-llint: Hi f Bits of News KLYTHEVILLE (AUK.) COUKIER NEWS Osccola Church Women Have Weekly Meetings O.'iCI-OLA, A;jril 22.—Women'sor- m./Mliojii, ul Osceola churches )ia-J H " Sfioivnec Class Presents Play at V/hitton School TUKSUAY, APRIL 22, 1947 division, it was announced tod:iy by tlic Kcv. 1,. a. liurah. i-aslor. Krrvirro aro held c.vh cvenini; at T:'ttt o'L'loah and the |;u',jUe li invited to attend, iie sajd. MKTHODIST 'I in- W 'iuati'.s J:oi;iety of Chris 1 li:n. .Scrvite of first Methodist! Ciiiirrli had a pfij-i-inn meeting ;,t Hie Win::!!. Mrs. Harry .Jones led a i.liaJy course tor the 21] memhe'.s pn-M'liL. I'arLii ipaliiij- DM the pj'O- •jiaiN v.Tif Mi.i Melvin Wain'oiuu 1 . Mr.-;. ,!uhn \V. iMlrinnlon and Mis. Kll'.jejie Kliani-ytelt. Mrs. Mai^nerite Moore and son, Uu'iTi'll. ha\T lii-.i! a s their ijnests j Mrs. M?oi'<>':: son, O. W. S::h:iefli:r. Mrs. Sf;haef(er, and their son. Ji'rrv V/encU-il, ol Memphis, and her ' pan nts. Mr. it'Kl Wrs. n. 1* Walls u' C'ninvay. l^-ci-rll Miirlin ol New Y<»' : < Cit" is the huiw.ucst of Mr. and Mrs. nn.ssell Cnuif.'wll ar.d family .1. P. cold. Carrot t K a severe The course. hostess served n dessert Mrs.' Baugh Hostess o . Baptist YWA Group Members of the Young Women's Association of First Baptist Churcl: met nt the home of Mrs. Russet Baugh last night for their re'gii- .lar business and social meeting with 14 members, two visitors. Miss Juanita Ebcrdt and Mrs. Harrj Brooks, and one new member, Mis, Dorothy Rice, present. After tlie business meeting, • Uu last two chapters of iho Misstoi book, "Shining Like thc Stars" wn discussed. ' • Tlie hostess served refreshment after the! group hud been dismlsse *bj' priiyer. , , . • , - : V • . i - ''.--.• ' >'-.'• • .'' ' Royal Serv'ick Prograpi Given at WMU'Meeting !!!<• Mi.s.sis- j (III Ion "I Mrs Pi haihpion.ship litlo Ppi county Mary Lou. who is thr dauyhtt-i 1 j Mr. ;md Mrs. r Mr. and Mrs. C. 1,. i>.irkcr (if j Houston, Texas Uoynton and vnU-dlutorl: ..... f her raduating class, won the county hamplonship in a contest ln-ld in March. Bhe was awarded :i t T'rnv.icr, dollar bond hero ami uill be Gravel Ic Ciri'bi-r is in Kt. Louis to uiirti-reo treatment ai a St. 'Louis ho'pitu! fur an infected liaud. Mrs. Cirnbi'i 1 ii:::-om:.;;mied liim. Mr;;. Cieoiue Fmitti mid daiii-hler. Diln, linvc returned from Hultles- l)iii-(S. Miss., where they were called hy the serious illness ol' Mrs. Smith's mother-In-law. Mrs. Pien- llws Smith, who Is n patient in Foiilh Mi>sissi)ipi [nltrmary. i;on- Wlii'ii Uniim ti or a !! V'.'oinar.'.s :!, IJ.iptiM churrh nv-t ^-I'.i'i! pro^runi. Mr:;. I Shiiwnec School's motto. "Shawnee Ni-'Vi'.- Quits," wa.s Ihe foasli lor iln- senior play. -Win-re 'riii-re's a Will," v.'hu-h was presented • Friday jiij'Jit lor :i luri;c audience. ! ij'rause t lie 'Shawnee School wis recently de.slroyfd by tire, the play I was pj<i:enlc'd at Wliittmi Kcho-jl. I'I In- ..eiiii.r fiUv Clua, under dirii?- MLssionavy; no,, ,>• Mrs. diver Clart:. presenl- <-d numbers during inte' 1 - I.ane, class presentation. president, muck' the Serves on Destroyer to wit: Four-fifth 1 ; (4-5) interest in Mid to L'jt Four I'D, J. W. l!a- der Addition to the City of Bly- thcville, Arkansas. Ssild sale is made for the purpose Charles E. Quinn, ship's coo;t o f Uivid'iiiK said real propel iy be- wcoiul class, USn-i.. of. Carnthers- uvecn the ftve heirs oJ the said G. C. ville, Mo., is at presert^ servinu Wadley, deceased, the purch»s::f at aboartl tlu; destroyer US3'Brown-1 snch sale v.-ill he required to tlvc son, which has leiurned to ttK' note with approved security for tha United States after |:ai-iicu:atin;{ purchase price. in "Operatioi! Hiijhjiimp," tl>e, Navy' K 19-17 expedition lu the Ant- :tr;, the Navy nnnounccd today. Panama Hats Cleaned & deblocked The Johns Shop .']-s. Jil'ie Driver condiutr-tj ro;;rum. M:.s. ,J. J. Uobert-S liiij'i'r c,f the woriihip pr>i-iu(i.[ ji-ril hour followi'il. tiurin:?, ' ri'ln- ihiiK'nt:; -A'rri- sr-rved lo ! > meuihi'i-s jiri'senl. 1,1'ISCOI'AI, 'Mrs. W. W. J'rowitl '.van hostess whi-n the I iii:,.:i.^:tl Auxiliary niL't :,csU'rd:\v aflfinnrj:) ;i1 her htmie. Mrs. Pi-cwiu :':>ve Ihe program and .'.I'll'' 1 on ' ; Th:ink Of fei'in;'," A KOi-lal hour.. t'(illii'.vnl. ' M':ii;lnrs ol the liaLy met :it Ihe kir Kiontlily ij ,. I'n'sljytcrian Au>:- i-luni-}! for a i-e^- 4 iiiness antl social lls:; 25 .warded another 525 hond upon hi'i" in try In the Mid-South compt'ti- fon. Friday's winner will he mvnnl- a, trip to AVnshlnulon. D. C. for he National spi'llin^ lire, with nil expenses paid for a week's trip. Vliss Catherine Mooncy We<J to Eueric Henson Ol'nloii l'"i'iv/.ier of v.-hu are In Memphis on business fci 1 .several days, ypenf n brief lime ht're last night with Irlends. -lio'.h Mr. and Mrs. the former Miss Didma formerly lived in lilylhe- ville. I Jr. and Mrs. Ceiiu Alklnn.".. nn.l •iun. Cierttt. are siiendhu 1 , tiniav tintl tomorrow in ttnper:;. They w.-nt for a.fornii'l oin-nin; 1 . of an apoU'i stdnf in which Dr. A'.-iliMm ov.-ns a -halt interest The Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Hro'.vu will return toniKht from IJltk- where they huvi: been on hn-une 1 : Blylhcvilli; Man Weds Mrs. Shields of Krisrr Aniiounceiiu'iit has been ni:i'.!i- the marriage of Mrs. L,ur;i Shields of Keis-.-r In .lame:, A. jiali.'.v ot niythovlllc. The wcdiliniT was soli'tnniL'.ed April 1?. in Osv-eolu '1'hoy wlU muki. 1 thi i\ homr af a23 Clarl: SI., li.-rii. ISS lans P., Miss CiUlierinc Moonev. daughter of Mrs. J. D. Wells, became, the 3ride of Eugene Hcnson in a cere- inony Snniliiv at. Hie home of I hi' bride's motlier in Pride Subdivision. The ceremony was performed in the afternoon. with the • Rev. Mr. Burton, pastor of Dell Methodist Church., officiating. Forming n background for Ihe wedding party was an arched doorway decorated with huckleberry and white gladioli arranged in door baskets. ' The bride, given in marriage by her step-father. J. D. Wells, wore a blue suit with beifie accessories aivj a corsage of gardenias. iMiss Betty Jo Mooncy. wns her sister's maid of honor. She wore ;'. Hiink .dreis wilh grey acccssoricr, and a blue iris corsage. , j . Oliver Lovelady of Clear Luke CarutnerSYllIc PTA was his nephew's best man. Tai>- A Ir^Hire i>l tlie evt nini; v.'as |n i • i n'.nlk-n ui a boutjui:! i>! rosi's to ll.eii .s;:(nr.<:['. Miss Annie WJl- li:t'i"i, by ttu- Senior cluss.^ Coming Events WKDNF.filJAY -Mrs. C. K. Montttoiiu'ry liosLi-s-i tu Hi-lio C'iub. Ciiiiptf'i 1 t). P. E. O. Sisterhood, 'mw.'mg with Mrs. (J. W. Aflliek, ir;:i N(irtli lOlh St. Mis. Curiic'lius Modint;er hostess to Twvn ajid Country club. Wi'tltic'.sday Clul) ineetiii);- v:ith Mrs. Harry Kirby. •THURSDAY Mrs. Russell Phillips hostess I" Thursday Luncheon Club. Mrs. li. R. tvihciishii-c Milerl.nln- K<1 Inn Thursilay Cotitrnrt Clufc i ml- ONIi Clul) miTtini! with Mrs. Oeoi'Hi' Ciiiiiiinghnm. Mrs. 13. A. 'nynch etitertninin;; Mid-Week Club. Mrs. Grovi'i' Wron Hostess to .lol- ly Might Club. Phi'l.ean Sunday School Class of Baptist Churcl) env-rtaini'il at'home of Mrs. L. A. VJaiiKhcHv on DoUL'an. Mrs. Kelton Pralleli lA'inoimermeiil. has be,.,, made ""<' ."«• Victor Stilwell, co-hos- i>t Ihe marriage of Miss Doris P.ite. "' s ses. (lauahli'r of Mr. and Mr;;. J. W.i FRIDAY Pate ol cot.lonwoo.1. Mo., to D. 'A.< ™™- Alvin Ilnnly cntcrlainnii; i:eard r,i Uyersbu: a. Tenn. The CBC Clul). weiidii," was :,o!emni/cd Auril 4 1 A1 l lll;1 '->e'la Chapter of Beta at. Tupelo. Miss,, at the Unptist Sleinn Phi Sorority meeting at 'he C;huiYh there. I elubroom with Mis- J- C- Ei"s Jr., Tlie bride was Rraduated from hostess. Oanithersvillc llif;h 3-.'hnol ami '~~~ Mr. Heard attended Dycrsburi; M-htiols. 'I'lu 1 ;,- v.ill make tlii'ir liomo Moore's Son Named 'I'he .son- born to Mr. and Mr.i. Hal Moore of Tallulali, Lu., foi- nierly of Blytheville, last Wedne:;- day at Vicksbu^B Hospital. Ins been named Hal Howard. They are also parents of a daughter, Nancy- 1 l)at;'d this tne Mtli day of April, i 1917. i G. W. IIARIIAM I ' AdL])ini:,ti'atur. SOS V,'. Main Luxora Ncv/s Mrs. Jlaro'd OhliMidorf was pro- i-]-;iin ]e^:idc] and conducted the cles'otiuivil. Oil en; who took part nil Hie |-n>!;|-a!ll -U'l-e Mrs' nninis. :^:s Dirl: CJronu-r nna Mrs. Rill Iiillartl. Mrs. A. W. Bn- wi'n; Ki^,te.^s for Ilie social iK.lU'. Poij>iscot Couniy G'nl Wed in April Ceremony ','.:-. and Mrs. O. N. Forrest and family spent a few (lays in Mem- piiis veiling their 1:0:1, Wilson Forrest. Notice 1:; luivby given that Ihe. undersigned as adoiinistrator of the litato of ii. C. W.idley. d_":l ased, will on the Oth day of May. 11)17. ijfTcr for sale at the south '.I inv of the Court House in His City of U!y- thevilte, /'.j L:an:,as, at public auction t) Llit; hivsiiesl bidder upou tlie credit o! Un-.'e months, the Inlli.w- Ini! land Ij^lunuin!; to said I".-.l:.le FELIX A. CARNEY City Radio Service 8 KxiK'rl ]U'|>:iiis. f, Al! Kailios C(ini|)!ck l I'.-nlios in Stool; 9 We I'irk Up and E. Main riiiine -1U7 Ch- 'Plans for a .social \vcre Hiscussod by tuonihcrs ol Uu* AdnR Women'.Class of the HuptisL Chupol nt n meeting SuntJay aflortiOGn :it. the Nine members :md tlie teacher, Mrs. Hugh Walpole. wore* jin^iMu. Mrs. H- T-'- Ricl'aixlson prnsulcd. Rev. Mr. Dropo Com/nets Evangelistic Meeting your, NERVOUS On 'CESTftlN OAVS' ol Month] fuiicllounl moatlity dlsturtiniicca I^L- ymi to s\ulcr nervour. ttiiusloii— in Kiiuli times— tins erenl inctllclna t» !'h<: Urv. Iv !•'. Dropc* is romhi'rt- jmnous to relieve i ; :LI; f, ani^'H'.Uc uu i iit. fvrnia f n/MiMriiMM£'& Vf^FT^air C-.ate-.vay Tabernacle in Pride Sub- f iSlH t.PlNKHAMS COMKURI Prize Baby Show May 2-3 UNCI.llniNC; 1»HTTHK KAIiEICS COXTI-ISI 1 * UIC.-VH'I'V KI.VliK) K:>ch baby under six years of age is eligible for n'lslslrn'iim V Mil- out ohViBatiun on Ihe part of parents and is invited It) par'tki|;utu in tlie show. There are no entry fees. Trophies will be awarded to 111!? IIRALTHIKST baby, the HANDSOMEST baby buy, the PRETTIEST baby yirl and the- C!f?AN» CHAMPION KABY. PIHST I'Ml'TY IfiUi. riabies lo bs registered and participate ill the show 'one t,) a family exeept twi:'^.' will receive souvenirs. ICr^Utr:ili<ins May He Alaile at J. C. PE N N E Y CO. (Sline lleiiaitnii'iil) 220 W. Main S'.rcel Until Saluritay. April 2£i(h, at f> p.m. AllSl'ICKS: AMK1SICAN LKCION Shipment of . Bassinettes Just in $5.95 THE TOT SHOP I0r, S. 2ml.' Phone 2H Want to Keep Hcalfhy? Artie's Beauty Shop :si:l North Si-.-.ji^J ^t»-«-i rii ...... :i:"> Davis Brothers Service Station & Garage FIt.4NKI.IN ROBBIXS. Mechanic Lion i'mdiit'ts Manil;«, Arksmsns Genonil Tiros Auto Part.s & Accessories £;_..*, New Officers sionary Society of Fivst Ba|;tiSt Cliurch had charge of the Royal Servh-e pio^rain presented ye.sterday afternoon at the clvurch, Mrs. Ted King was leader and gave a'brief talk. Mrs. M. \V. Lewis opcndd thc meeting with prayer and Mrs. Marion Williams, president-, was in charge. '. Mrs. R. G. Cash gave thj devotional and Mrs. R. W. Woolen led another nrayev. A letter wu-; read from Miss Seinia Maxwell, missi^ii- ary in Burma, and Mrs. Ebb Carson aiiu Mrs. Walter Bishop presented discussions in keeping with the pro- Ki'«m subject, "Tlie Other Europeans." Royal Scrvicp Program Given at Baptist Meet * WE BUY. * WE SELL USED FURNITURE JI MM IE EDWARDS j FURNITURE CO. ] 313 E. Main Phone 2487 ! brldcgrIn is lhc son , of Mr all;1 Mrs. Lewis Henson of Clear Lake. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the home. -While daisies arras^ed with irises' and roses centered the refreshment table. Mr. and Mrs. Henson will mnke their home at Clenr Lake. 'nt'iv Given By Russell Campbells Mrs. John Sawyer ,li., will ngar.i; serve us president of Caruthcrs- ] ville. Mo., clcment'ary school P.u 1 - ent-Tcaclicr .Assoi-iation. Oilier officers elected for the coming teiin arc -Mrs. N. H- flr'sl VIL-C president.; Mrs. Earl L )ii'.:, second vice-president; Mrs, A. |lirod:s. secretary; Mrs. W. P. Hob- erlson. treasurer; ami Mrs. 13:ik!:v. historian. Continuous Shows" Every Day Hox Office Opens 1 :-15 Show St;irls 2:0(1 LISTEN TO Kl.CN 1:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:33 I TllCRtlay i Shadow of a ., '- ' ' and host The Woman's Auxiliary of First Presbyterian ' Church will sponsor Mrs. Russell Ca and hostess at *••' .. ; , c , ,„„ Hearn SI., with a rtin-| JO1 - C-romcr ner y.arly Sunday nijht honoiiUK their honscgucst, Everett Martin of New York City. Another' out-of-town micst was Horace Coffer of Trimble. Tcnn. Other pucst.s were employees ol Shop, which Mr. Champ Miss Wiiit.sitt's shea and .the Vogue Champ'jell owns. used clothing drive for «™«»j Baptist Group MeCls with Andrea Kinp: ;uul Helmut I);mlinc Also Cnrtiion ContinuoiLs Showing Everyday Thursday and Friday Till THE CLOUDS ROIL BY An M C M PICIURE IM TECIINICOIOR ! \ VA1I JOHNSON • JUDY GARUND \ FRANK SlilATRA . JUNE AllYSOM \ ROBERT WAIKER . 'DINAH SHORE ' , KA1HRYN GRAYSO!) • VAN HEFL1N , oilli tUCILlE BEEUtl! • l[H» HOCHE • A'iCEU l«!,S6UliV • IO»T .'J.JBIIN VIRGINIA 0'BKIE.H For rogram, e> > World S?:vice beginning thismontl and continuing through May ana P:K:IS for the drive were made ai a iiiMiiess and program meeting el the g;?gamzation yesterday sit- terncon at the church. Mrs. Bill Young had charge ol Ihe y:o|ram. first of a series based, , he ,, rc>srfim on ir.e S:rmon on the Mount, from nn< j \Vomcn the boo:; ol Matthew. Tne topic i Mrs The Womnn . s - Missionniv of calvary Baptist Chinch nv.-l l er(lay n f lpn;0011 nt thc c | nll . c! , Mrs Georgln Ho{ , in ,,;,,,„. c , uit i cc! C. M. Gray, president, ductctl ih e business session. fapedinqaffcfy? Mother's Friend massaging prtpa- xation helps bring ease and comfort to expectant mothers. M OTHER'S FRIEND, an exquisitely prepared emollient^ la useful Itt f" conditions where a bland, roltd &nod? ransFjigo medium la skin lubrication ... desired. One condition In which women : for more' than *iO years have usM It la during pregnancy helps keep tlis kiiitx soft Ml'd pliable:..thus avoiding an appllc^aUonJfcr massaging the_body discomfort dryncsc and tightness. It rctreshcs and tones the tfcln. An Ideal niaMigc nppllcatlon for the numb, tingling or burning sensations of the Ekln... lor the tired back musclci or cromp-llkc pains In the legs. QuickC fcbsorbert. Delightful to«usc. Hlghl7 pr«lscd 'jy users many "doctors «nt! BUMC3. 111111003 Of bottles Mid. Just Ul t »n» drucaUt lor Mother's Friend—th c ' tkln emollient khd lubricant. Do try It, Mother's Friend Mrs. Cromcr Hostess With Bridge Luncheon CECECX.'A, "Afl:-. Ajivil 32.—'Mi's, was hostess Friday :o two-tjible bridge -elnb at h?r home on Krmen Lane. -Mrs. Rs-ba Davidson, iiuest other than club members, won lirst iui7c. The hostess served a .salad plate. At The HosDital* nl.YTIIKVII.LE HOSl'TTAI, Admitted: Deloina Byrd. city. Mrs. Ruth Gnnn. Stecle. ^io. ::. Noel Todd. city. Ernest Ray. city. Born lo Mv. and Mrs.; Dunkin. city, a dausl.ter. •Born to Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ray. Steele. Mo., a son. Born to Mr. and Mrs. .loe Pierc-'. city, a .son. Dismissed: Marjorie Johnson. Luxor a. Mrs. .Toe Shanks, city. Mrs Jessie Holm. Holland. WALLS HOSl'I I'M. nisoiUsi'd: Mrs. \V. D. Samples, city. Also .Shorts Continuinis Showing i'vcryclay Hoinciulicr AIolher on iModvcv's I):iy with a trifl she'll cherish.' Give her a tltoici: piece of jewelry or sonielltinji necorativc clock-, sail and pepper shakers, creamers anil sugars and many othoi- line pieces. from 2.50 up from 4.50 up Box Office Opens at fi:30 Opens Sunday '•"•[-.; Starts 1:15 Conlinuous Si .»-> Sit .,„! Sun. Bargain Night / » — N'glil Ksrt-pt hnnnrril ,-,n jnnll.iy al the. Hoxy. Tuesday and Woclncsila DOUIII.K I'K.VTUKK Mitly (to.NJ;;neil silver on coiv.ier tea '^1^^% KAJI^S^ u-:viie.-, comnli'lc wilh scrvim; tray. JEWELER Main at Second Sts. r»Mtai> nitwit comuiiat 313 North Second

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