The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 23, 1947 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 23, 1947
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t»AGE FOUK Emily Wixson, Society Editor ['hone -Hi I Grade Mothers Honored at PTA Tea Honor Students of sixth eradc sUulems at .Central School were hon yestierday afternoon \\ith a tea at the" Hoine Economics Cottage by Junior High Parent-Teacher Association. Forming a setting for the *iO guests ami inem'oevs y/cre unusually atractive arrangements ol Spring bouquets of limvcrs in many shades. ..Spring flowers also centered the lace, - draped re.veslimcnt tabV, from which Home Economic students served punch with canapes and| cockies. Mrs. W. E. Cnlciw:!, Home Economic teacher, was tea hostess. Before the tea. the final Junior Higl) PTA mceiin;; of this school yean was held. Mrs. Maude Melton. secretary at 1'irst M e t h o rt i ', t Church, discussed "Religion in the Home." The meeting opened with silent prayfrr for Mrs. Fred Stevens, daughter of W. U. Nicholson, superintendent of schools, ttho was ISaljili Mitchell Ann Owrn Hnlph Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mr;;. C. L. Mitchell, and Ann Owen, daughter of M.r. and Mrs. Roy Owen, been immed honor s!ii"- (Irnts of Ihc in-17 RradnnliiiK class at Luxora Hicli School. Mr. Mitchell spent '7 mnnt)i.i overseas, including many months iluty In (ier- innny. He resumed his studies In June, 13-l(i, In, tho business year's officers \vere sesion. next installed oy Mrs.' Jesse M. White. They arc: Mrs.'' H. W. Wj'lie, president; Mrs. |j po asR Ear).i.Buckley, vi:e president; Is Entertained By Mrs. R. A. Porler Mrs. Tolly Long and Mrs. Wlllard played bridcc last Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. 1.. H. llarl;'/^, son, Tommy, and I'utricia 1'artlow, (IniifhtiT of Mr. :ui(l Mrs. U. G. Parllow, spent the weekend in .'icl- ina, Ala., where llv.'y were girjsts of Mrs. ilart/fiB's iiiircnls, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Welch, and hi.; parent;. Mr. and Mrs. Y. llartwit!. They 'ACin. in the Halt/ciKS' plane. J, li. Thumpsou Jr., is hi Memphis today to attend a me. tin;; of Tennessee l-iff Insurance Congress ill Ciiiyosa lintel. Mrs. rt. O. Hhlblcy rctiirlK'.l IDIIK- BLYTItEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Paris Girl Lauds Blytheville; Visits Fiance's Parents Here •Miss Denyse Qraiix of Pans.* . France, Inuls ijlylhevlllc much like a Parisian town. Miss Graux is visiting here this week with Mr. niicl Mrs. '!•'. C. Cox, sister and brother-in-law of her fiance, Fred R. Davidson, professor in Missouri School ol Mines at Holla, who of- Icn visits hero. The petite grey-eyed brownctte visitor prefers small towns ID cities and thinks Ulylhcvlllc- "very nice." She speaks English quite well and is proud of her pro- WEDNESDAY, APKII, a.-j, gress with the language, lint, M:s:i Granx says, she is Bind peo;>lc J cannot alvvny.s speak Die language of the country where they are. Slic might never have met Mr'. Davidson if he had been able to speak I 1'Ycnch when he was stationed there as a captain with the Army. [ Hecauso he was unable, lo French, a liuson officer of the French Annv \vjis assigned to assist him. The liason officer was |Mii".'Cl Graux, father of Mr. Da- 1 vidson's fiance. I-Yanx invited Mr. Oavidson visit with her daughter, Mr.,. John home with him. Mr. Davidson In- Most;, in Mounds. 111. vlted his daui;hler out and thus Miss Nancy I'a/iluw lias rctuniM l;er>an a romance which will \>o home from Fayctteville, where she climaxed soon with weddin;; ijoDs. went l-i atti'iul I lit- .SprhiB lonnal Thi-v will make their home in of Delta Delia D.'ltii Kiirorlty. She Holla, lie is the son of Mr. an.-l was Ihe uf Miss Virginia Full:. Mrs. H. K. Davidson of Cairn, ID. of IJItl" R Or. W. P. Brewer, who has been mxlci'KohiK treatment lur some tune at Cauij.bell's Clink in Mem- plus, has been removed to Ills Mi's, with mcmbc.-s of the Double G cTnji home here atVHO llearn St. He W. B. Mayo, secretary; Mrs. J. W. when Mrs. Robert porter entertain- «'ns accompanied lipmc hy Mrs. Rnyder ,trcr-surer. and Mrs. rJip- :_cd the group. Urcwer. '"' '"'" Lilacs decorated the Porter home.' James R. Mead went yesterday Io09 West Ash St. I to Joplin, Mo., because of the death iMiss Frances Little won ltU;hjo( his step-father. C. G. score prize in games ami second nigh went to Mrs. Si'.nford Doone. pen ", \V. Whitner, historian. Mrs. Matt! Monaghan presided at tho business session. Mrs. Rupert Cratton read the president's message. Miss Oraux spent more than year tryinj: to i:et a passport to Ainertua and arrived a month a(-o aboard the Queen Flizabeth. Mr. .'nul Mrs. Cox \vill motor Graux to Cairo Saturday, whcrn she will be the housemiest of Afr. and -Mfs. Davidson. She visiled them bolorc coining hero. English Bride To Moke Home Near Blytheville Another Kniilish war bride rived here this week to make home. .She is Mrs. Vernon of Hunjay. England, wife ar- her Boshell. of Pfc. BosJiell, w);o arrived a few days ago in the Slates with their two- year-old son, Lawrence 'LeRoy, aboard the shir; Halifax, Pfc. and Mrs. Boshell were married while ^ w p as in .service in Coming Events THURSDAY Mrs. Russell Phillips hostess to Thursday Luncheon Club. Mrs. E. rt. i,ai!eashtre entertaining Thursday Contract Club. GNB club meeting with Mrs. George Cunningham. Mrs. B. A, Lynch entertaining Mid-Week Club. Mrs. Glover Wren hostess to Jolly Eight Club. Phehcan Sunday school Class of First Baptist church entertained at home of Mrs. L. A. DauBherty on Dougan, Mrs. Kelton Francis and Mrs. victor Stllwcll, co-hostesses. At The Hospitals IIOSriTAl, I!I.YTIIKVH.I,E Admitted: Jack Dyer, city. Private lioshcll. who is on fur- Louis Childress, Manila, loujjh from the Smokey Hill AT- Mrs. J. J. Cookslon. my Air Field at Salina, Texas. Mr.s.l Mrs. Tommle Paice. city. Boshell aiiri sou are now at the.' Born to Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Webb, hcmc of his mother, Mrs. if. M.j fity, 11 son. Mallard, near Hlvthcvillc. Follow- inn his furlough, Mrs. Hoshell and. son plan to join Private Boshrll ill | Salim, while he i.s stationed there. 1 H Fall. e returned to the Slates last Molly Guard Honored At Tii-Town Club Party Miss Molly Guard of kiizubet:! To\vi\, N, J., vho is vlsitiuy her paievats, Dr. and Mrs. Jam?:, L,. Guard here, was an honored gilts', yesterday afternoon when MIR. Gnrr)ird Caudill entertained members J of Tri-'t'own Club and other guests with a desseit b>iiH;e nt the home/ of her rnolhcr,, Mrs. J. W. Bobbins. In Steele. Mo. Other guests include.! Mi~s . Guard's mother. Mrs. K. M. Terry ! Jr., rjnd Mrs. Mclviu Halse'.l. The home was attractively ;ieco- . rated with mixed Spring (lowers lor the occasion and colonial bouquet:-: centered e.ich uf (he bridj".' tables. Bridge pri/cs wtrs nwardctl ta Mrs.^James Terry and Mrs. Il?ls?ll ana : n gilt also, was prescr.U'd to MiSjjGuard. Mrs. Langston Hosless At Missionary .-Meeting Mrs. Charles Langstcn was hostess .Monday afternoon at tlu ; Woman B Missionary Society mcc'.ing Mrs. Poetz Winncr In Bridge Club Games Mrs. G. O. Poetz won hicli score pra? last niRht when Mrs. Charles Lnngston entertained members ol Clubs En;ht with a bridge party at her home at Number Nine. All members of the club were present. Mrs. L:iiigston won second high prize. 3;:rinR flowers decorated entertaining rooms. Business Women Vote lo Join Federation Members of the Business Women's circle EiRht of First Bnpiist Church voted to join the Federation of Business Women a'. .1 meeting Monday night, it iliv hem? of Mrs. W. !•'. Kiij*. The 13 members present included seven new members a\rl visiior.s also attended. Mrs, w. J. Rodgcrs taught the lesson from the firsl. chanter of the book pnlitle.'! "\VMU at Work." S Pniycrs were given by ilciuler- son. His mother. Mis. Henderson, has visited in Blylheville often. Mr. and Mrs. <J. A. Davidson and his mother. Mrs. Loviella Davidson, have returned to Donaldson. Iowa, after spending several duys here as guests nf Mr. and Mrs. U. U. Ktcliie.son. Mis. C. :\. Davidson is the former Miss Louise Mayo ol lilythcvil'.o. Mrs. Philip Dross of MiAlister. Okla., formerly ol liljIhevlUe, is imder;:oijJK lipajjtienf at a McAhs- lev hosjiital 'after ntuiei'fioiiu: a major operatuin I here Sunday. Sho is [ the former Miss Pauline Umish ol 'Dlythevllle and Mr. l^ross. now iimnagcr of MrAlister fltitcl. was formerly manager of Hotel No'ilc here. Mrs. Paul Cireenwell returned Monday ni<:ht from Memphis where iircsenUlion. she spent two days as nilcst of her Dolls will son, Joe Donald Gn'env.el! anrl family. She went down especially to sec her new granddaughter'. Donna Marie Oreenwell. bom Sunday incrnin{j at yt. Joseph's Hospital. Kendall Berry is in Prentice. MIES., where he was called laic Sunday by the serious illness ol hi s mother. Mis. P. W. Berry. Do/' Contest, Program Plans Disclosed Today Parents of Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Joe Donald Grcen- vrll nl Memphis, formerly of IJly- thevillc. arc parents of a daughter born Sunday inuminu at at. 'Joseph's Hospital. Their Ihsl child, the. baby has •o?en named Donna Marie. 'Mrs. Grecnwcll is the forum- Mis s Miry Alk:e Hcndrix of Iloxie, Ark., and Mr. Gicenwell is the son of Mr 'HHcl Mis. Paul R. Greenwell of hero. Dismissed: Ernest Ray, city. Mrs. James McKcelthen, Cimilh- ersville. Mo. 'Fred I3ean, city. WALLS IIOSI'ITAI. Dismissed: Kmy Claire Cock. city. Mrs. Prank Glisson. city. Mis. Ira Ghcrcspki, city. Mrs. Max Fincher, Manila. Mrs. M. C. Connley. city. n. F. Watkins, Stecle, Mo. Mrs. J. M, Fitzaiorris, 'I'yler, Mo. Rev. Wooten Speaker , At Church Youth Meet The Rev. H. w. Wooten of Clear Lake was guest speaker Saturday night at a meeting of the Youth for Christ of the Methodist church organization with the ^oujig People of Clear Lake Church, who presented the program. Two books of the Bible were reviewed. Oldest known system of examinations was one for selecting civil service officers, used In China auout 115 B. C. Boxer Short Sets for Boys Sizes 2-7 The TOT SHOP Mother's Day May we suggcet a permanent gift for the home, such as Pictures. Lamps. Vases. Figurines. Copper and Brass Flower Containers already planted . . or A personalized gift of Matchn- belll Perfume, Milkmaid Spring Cologne or a delightful Sachet. THE GIFT SHOP We Gift Wrap Free Shipment of Bassinettes Just in $5.95 THE TOT SHOP 105 S. 2nd. Phone 2:308 Kinal nlans for the doll :>ncl iironrain behi{; sponsored by ']'ii-Hi Y fjjirls were announced today by Miss Alice Saliba. staff advisor. who also said Uiat entries may he made until Friday movn- iiu;, when th ( . contest will be concluded. | lA program will be jirc!;cnted Fri-' clay afternoon alter dolls have ocen judged and placed on display. Parents of uirls ciilcrint; dolls iv.'ll he special iiuesls. The program will include "The Wedding of the. Painted Doll". June Stires is head of the program committee and all members will take part in the Masons to Meet Tbr Olivet Commandory will confer the Temple degree at 7::w ' tonight at lh c Masonic Hall Roh- 'cr<. K. Hlaylock, secretary, announced today. Panama Hats Cleaned & Rcblocked Tfie Johns Shop 5011 W. Mai THE WASHERETTE Automatic Self Service Laundry will open 8 a.m. — close 9 p.m. 9 Ibs. Washed Itin.scd Damp Dried 35c FREE Soap Bleach Blutn; 1. 2. 3. THREE SIMPLE OPERATIONS: Place clothes in Bendix Add; soap—wait or shop Take your laundry home in 35 minutes. Crosstown — at Main and Division Want ro Keep Healthy? Tnkf) lurki.-lj linlli*! •!'!,(.,,. l,-,n,s kllim-ji II... vv.Mlcl ,,v,-r r.,r II,,.ir lll:ll.|,[ill ,,,,:,I,:,., n , , v n.n.,1,1.. In yipu riclil IIITI. in l:lvil,rvillc'. I'.lrlisJi Ik.llu CiJ.,. |i«l«.r:il,.» lf,:m tar n.-llrs n'li.l j,iii.,s' ;,„.! ,n;,l!"",',',„ ]iki' Ill-w :ii::ij|i. Dun'I .l.'!:iv. lall n^ f'lr H|it..,inltii..|H ji.uv. Y'-M'll 1,,. f,..-|- in^ t,..|l,.r ill sln.rl fir.l.T ill VITV Miiall L'SIMMS,' I,,-. I Artie's Beauty Shop 313 Norlli KiTijml Nln-m I'hi.ui! SIK)^ of Mrs. PcBay ..... . „„,. ullt Jjumtcr Ninf: Baptist •Cliur'-h. ; noflg(J-E. Refresh was "Russia Today." | C( i. Buchanan nnents i I Mrs. \vcrs scrv- The .theme M:fc. Rhoacles,-president, condc't- ed the meeting. .Mrs. Tom Kellccl;||;| .» . _. gave! the devotional and olhcrs! f L Demonstration C/irh taking part on the program vcre VV/J/ Publish Yearbook Mrs.: Howard King, Mrs. Riioscls, P]ans for , n , b i k . a ijon Mrs.!Whittle, Mrs. Stovall tint! Mrs. Grriii Hunt-. Mrs. Hunt gave a report-on the \VMS state convention held' last week in Jones'joro. The eight members present were served refreshments at conclusion of tije meetmg. Av^lon Members Guests Of Mrs. W. H. Chandler -Mrs. W- H. Chandler was hostess ! yesterday afternoon at the homj: of Mrs. Paul J.-5ahon on Kentucky Street with a parly for members', of Avalon Bunco .Oiitb. Guests otber than members' were made by 4-H Mrs.' H. C. Blankenshlri and Mr>. cd by Home Haskel Blankenship. .' • J tcr.-,. When bunco wa s played, higli Jfrs. Ganctt score: prize went to Mrs. H. D. Hal- closing prayer. lord,' low to Mrs. Bill Gilbow and — — mincb to Mrs. 0. T. Shainiin. | f? O SO Youths Oraaili The hostess served a dessert —, , , _ *"•" course. The home wes decora'.cd, **'UD >OT Kecreation with', Spring Iluwcrs, accented with LUXORA. A:k.. Apr. 22. 1115. ifor the occasion. of a new yearbool; were made at a meeting yesterday afternoon of Plat Lake Home Demonstration Club. In the business session, a committee also was named for buying ne.v soni-bonks. The meeting "was opened with a song and Mrs. C. M. Abbott gave, the devotional. The program included a reading by Mrs. Be: tie Lee 1'almer on Lhe kind of bread, dresses ami meal women want and Mrs. Opal Sanford j;avc a demonstration on im-king dresses. Prizes \verc awarded lo class- rcums havlnc most mothers present an ( i for aprons and tea towels Club sirls and jiidi;- Demcnstration incm- Luxor a Teacher to VVcc/ Gideon, Mo., Resident LUXORA. /irk.. A|)i'il 3 ...... Mrs. Roy Kemp of.olmstead, Kcnlui: : ty. m- I nounccs Ihe cnyaKcmcnt of her (lauahter. Miss Maxiuc dn llarry, of l.uxova to James L. rlulcher. son of Mr. :uul Mrs. I,, fi. Fletcher, of Oidcon, Missouri. The wedding will l;e solemnized in the HaptisL Church at Olmsicad June 8. Miss dn Barry allenclcd Western Kentucky Teachers College, nnwl- ins Green. Kcnlucky. where she majored in English. She is now :i j member of the Luxora School fa- cully and tc.-ielie.s Ihe fifth i;ra<le. Mr. Fletcher was a na\ r iRat{)r in the Army Air Corps dnrinj; World War II. and is now a .student ill the University of Missouri C'c.lnm- be judges in several I'atesoi'irs. A lovinj; clljj will be I'.i'esented for tile most outslandiug doll and other pri:!?s will be present for the oldest doll, largest doll, smallest doll and best rat; do'!. They are lo be taken to tlic ^ vomns in City Hail lor entry. Dorothy Him is president of the Tri-Hi-Y, which was cri;ani'/:Hl r 1 '- eenUy, June Stires, vice president; Oleta nailey. sccretaiv-trcasurcr Miss Betlc Boyd is faculty sponsor Abbott, gave the •3ooJ, crisp sheers for tlie summer days ahead bia whne he will Rrcc in tlic Fall. receive l>i s dc- Club Is Entcvtained Wilji Dessert Bridge Miss Vcra Goodrich cntertainctl Monday night with a dc.ssm brltlcc lor members of the GEO Club and another guest, Miss Mary Sue ROT. Miss JeHye Glair Huffman won high* score prize in evening games ! and Jbridjjo went to Mrs. Ray Whit- tine ton. Violets and other Spring flowers dccoVated entertaining rooms and place cards with violets also cor- ried|out a Spring theme. Rosa community club to promot young people of li.-ivc orp.airK'd a club to promote J hcalthlul recreation for Ihe you.ii: pccplc of that community, "it is sponsored by 'Mr. and Mrs. w. l-\ Pcrmentcr and .Mr. and Mrs. Eliuj WriRht. The follo;vhiK officeis have been Serves on Transport J.ihn K. Bui lev Jr.. seaman .',e cn,i class. ;:»n of John E. M;ill Sr. ol I!t. '>. Leacliville. is al t>v fenl servini: abnaid the !rans|>i>rt U£S Clrin-i-al AlldeVMin, (he Navy annollnccd today. ... as always, a Hallrmrk Card will best express your perfect taste, your thoughtfulness. See c*r large selection of Hallmark Cards for Mother's Day. D REIMS \\v\\\ 3Ifi WEST-MAIN ST.: president; Millie Peer;,-, secretary; Lacon-.b. treasurer; Mamie Lcn Permenter. reporter. The mccliups win be held the Ijrst ami third Wednesday night o( t!>c month. The name chosen by w. members was. "The Two-nit Club"; the iuot',0. "l^itr.c by Little Docs the Trick"; colors, rose and whi'.e; flower, the vow '.GOOD COOKS ARE KNCWM BY THE COFFEE T5-5EY SERVE * WE BUY * WE SELL USED FURNITURE JIMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. 313 E. Main I'lioiic 2187 L Rosenthal, Inc. 226 W. Main Phono 2562 When the then lometer is reaching * for the sky...a,id there isn't a breeze • in a'll look crisp as 1 lettuce... and as cool as a snow-capped peak...It's these exquisitely sheer lawns...It's the inimitable Mayflower tailoring...It's the pretty fashioned- to-the-mode styling. Left: gossamer laicn with mitlli-ca!arc<l >ral patterns on assorted grouiu. . . /i half sizes J6'A ,!o 24% ... <J.a5 •V»'S/if: sheer taun with colorful • ~al prints on love!-- ' j:...r... ' Continuous Shows* Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 MSTEN TO KI.CN 00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. <:30 p Wednesday Thursday antl Friday IIILTHECIOUDSBOILBY An H-O-M PICIURE IN 1ECHHICOLORI \ I VAN JOHHSOM . JUDY GARLAND \ FRANK SINATRA . JIM AUYSOH \ ROflfRI WALKER . DINAH SHORE KATHRYII GRAYSON . VAN HEFLIH , Killi tUCIllf 8REUES • lt:(» HORNE *NGEU 1AMS8UIV • I0«y HASIIN VIKtmi* O'BKICK Also Slinrts- C'ciititiunus Showing Mvrryday Box Office Opens at G:30 Opens Snndaj 1-3C; Starts 1:15 Contlnnous Si *w; Sal >.nd Him. Bargain Night Fw<™ N.'gtit li-fcept «i »^->«» honored en ounciay al the Koxy. Tuesday and Wc<lncs:luy DOUBLE n;ATUKK So Dark the Night willi ?ili< !n Mm- ciiciri-1 and Steven Cirra.v Devil on Wheels with Ilomiaii O'l lyiin and Lcnita I.anr: Tluirstlay Frid;iy

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