The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 7, 1947 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 7, 1947
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•Atife BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.)" COURIER NEWS •WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, IM7 ocey Emily Wxson, Society Editor 9 N&wA Non-SecSorian Radio Program Presented Here I'hone Ifil Mrs. Nebel Will Head Lu'theian Women's Guild Mrs. Wp,!cton W. Ncbpl was elected president of the Ladies' Guild of Filgrim Lutherian Church jil " meeting Monday afternoon at "the home, or Mrs. P. O. Rcichel, 1201 he am St. OOier officers elected wer c Mrs. Herman Hoffman, vice president, Mrs. Robert Jaeger, secretary, and Mrs. George McLcod, treasurer. •the group voled to sponsor a church picnic .'for the entire con- Mofher's Day Observed By Wesleyan Guild Mothers and older friends .of Wcsteyan service Gull I members of First Mel.iwdist Churcli, werc honored guests Mordiy J:i6lr, WIM-II the Guild hit.l a fcinl »t ihc church in ol>s<-.•>.-nnci' of Mothers Day and Nall'irai Chrislimi H'-ine and Family Week. Each mem'oer brour.lit her mclli- er or an old*r friend. Alu-r Miss Frances Little opcnf-l tlic meeting t ,.u, t ,, ,,. t .., t .-. - witl1 1V devotion;. I, i! Krnup of high gregation June 8 and to use their | school students printed llio pio- GUild fund to purchase new altar | gram. anil pulpit cloths for the new Joanna chuoel'Which the church will build. The Rev. Robert Jaeger, pastor, opened, "the session with prayer. Religious topic discussion will again be featured at the meetings an'rt the first scheduled is a talk on, the meaning ot the Lutheran Uturev and various church symbols j lowed. used it was decided Refreshment-; were served firm Xt' conclusion of the business ! a table covered with u white c!',tli ™!f^ iehostKs servc(1 a dM 'iSsr^;a,r M^uJiio I presided at. tlic pun?n bowl. Bits of News t Church Circle Meets With Mrs. R. W. Woolen 'McmlcTS of Women's Circle No. 1 8. First Ilsipllsl Cliurcli, met Monday night with 'Mrs. H. W. Woolen i\s hostess. Present were II member:* and two visitors, Mrs. Tlico- iA new religious radio program entitled "Victorious .Living," 'sponsored by UlythcvlllB Ministerial As- dorc Logan and Mrs. U. W. Wool- sonation. was presented for the first lime lust station KICK. I'hc program night over radio Opening prayer was given by Mrs, .something find Campbell rca-'l jxiclry about home -ind mother .in.l .lo- ann Tricschmvin bmig '"Mother", accompanied '•>- h?r mother, Mrs. Joe Tricschm'ifiu. 1'. D. Foster gave- a brief talk en wnat horn-! and Christian church mean tc a Irin- agcr. A brief business session lol- scrt 'course. Mi.Sc Inez Gurley Wed Tp James A. Haynes, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gurley have announced the marriage of their daughter. Miss Inez Gurley. to Jarnes Allen Haynes Jr., son of Mr.* and Mrs. J. A. Haynes of Clear j I_"/^T Community. , The wedding was solemnized Maj-j 4 at the home of the bride's parents !»• the Rev. Henry Woolen, pastor of Clear Lake Baptist Church, in- the presence of relatives and a few intimate friends of the cou- ' Forming a setting for the wedding party were red roses, irises arid sp'.rea. The bride wore a blue two-piece dress with white accessories and a ' corsage of red rosebuds. Miss Bonnie. Hodge was the bride's maid i Burclctte High School , Freshmen Have Party The freshman class of Hurdctle School had an outdoor party last night at the home of freshman Bettye Wixson. daughter 'of Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Wixson. The 10 freshmen and their guests spent the evening playing game.; and were served refreshments. Mrs Wixson and Miss Emily Wixson assisted Fiettyc In entertaining. Anti-Alcohol Program Given at WSCS Meeting A program on alcohol was presented Monday night by members of the Woman's Society of Chrls- at their regular utisl- Ju'T' " ' program meeting at the oti honor and Miss Evelyn Beard ( ( , nn S( , rvicc of li(lkc street Mclli- u-as her bridesmaid. | Mrs. Haynes attended Blylncviuci High (School and business college in Memphis, where she was employed at the time of her mnrringc. Mr. Hayncs also attended Blythi!- ville High School and is now engaged in farming. They will make their home on Clear -Lake Road following a wedding trip. Mothers Are Honored With Spaghetti Supper cdist cl ness an church. Mrs. H. 71. BlcvliK hud charge or the program, assisted by Mrs. W. L. Orcon. Mrs. George Crews. Mr. and Mr;:. ». \l Loir; family of New Liberty h;id as their guests -i f-w u.iy;; Mr. end Mrs. 11. 1". R'l.-.y.'II of Tiisaiinliisi. Ala., and Mr. and Mrs. llsnvey I'ntt and clilldi'Mi <ii Cm null. Miss. Mrs. I!. U. Wilson hud is her guests for a l>r< !f time- Mr. i ml Mrs. V. U l/isider nt.d childicn \)< Joneslxuo, Mr. -intl Mrs. .'allies Yocs and so-i. Ronnie, .nid Mr. and Mrs. W. •'}. Wiii'."'ii, all of Milan. Tenn. I J. A. Wroleii is In IJtUe UiM-k for the Scottish Riles reunion <il MII- : sons. Minnie Ann Stout. daiiKh'.'.T uf Mr. and Mrs. R. li. Stun;, I:; spend- ' inu several works in Little Hock with her grandparent:!. Mr. and Mr.s: Fred !•'. Hailey. ll'T pmvnU motored her lo Little Roek anil spent a brief lime will; Mr. nr.d Mrs. Iluilcy. Mrs. Stout'." parents. Miss Frances Little was In Mem- pis last night lo meet her brolh"r. Tom Little Jr.. returning home from UnUhnoir. Md . where he lias been visiting his father, patient at John Hopkins Hospital, and other points In the Knst whnrc he has been .attending to business. He arrived by plane last nighl from Washington, D. C.. after spending some time in New York City. Mrs. H. IS. Neblcll of Little Rock is here with Mr. Neblcll and her daughter. Mr:;. II. Ci. Partlow and family, tor a visit. Mr. and Mrs. p. K. lilack will be accompanied home from Fiirt Smith by his mother, wlion'i have been visiting Hie Past sevcra days. Condition of Mrs. Clifford Caun cillc. who lias been ill for soni Lime as the result of a back i itllu improved. She will Friday to consult Logan, slid the procram rntitlcd "The Japanese", was in charge of Mrs. W. F. Klin;. Assisting on tlic program were -Mrs. Hobby Priest, Mrs. Charles Evans. Mrs. .1. W. Sykcs and Mrs. Billy Woolen. Closing prayer was offered by Mrs. J. V. Goff. nctreshments were served during the social hour. dlf- icligious radio, taking cxcry day experiences of common people, dramatizing them, and then telling how the church has the answer. The I) roll dc. asls arc five minutes long and are presented every day. Monday through Saturday. At conclusion of each broadens'., which is entirely non-sectarian, there is an invitation to "Hie Church of your choice." r . rv I i P n i The rnmmi'.'ee from the Minis- roi' Double US, LilieSlS lerial Association, which has been scllim: up tlic plans, is composed of Ihlc Hcv. t'.. S. Hand pas'.or cf First Christian Church: the Rev. , K. C. Brown, president of First •Baptist Church, and the Rev. A. D. S-Mcwnrt. pastor of First Methodist Bridge Party Given Mrs. Albert Taylor and Mrs. Vcr- non Thomasson played bridge last night with members of the Double C! Clnh when Mrs. J. Karris McCalla entertained the group. 'Mixed liowers dccoraled the Mrs. Turck Hostess Mrs. Frank J. Turck \was hostess last night at her home to members of 6t. Stephen's Episcopal Auxiliary. The session opened with the Auxiliary prayer, sal<i in unison and afterward," Die group discussed The Creed. Mrs. O. O. Harrtaway closed Hie meeting with prayer. Refreshments were served. • • • Maypole Dance feature Of Cfty Music Festival Feature of the Musi; festival presented yesterday afternoon at Blvthevillc High School stadium l>\ 800 students under auspices of Hie Music Department of Illvthcvillo Public Schools was a Mnfi:<i\-i danca by girls of Central fourtli, fifth and sixth grades. Each year, one of tin: lour city grade schools presents n specialty at the city-wide .school Music Festival. Participating In the; Maypole dance werc Ann Hindnu'.n. Mary Fa ye Wren. Bobble Jean 13yrd. Mnr- Blythcville High School and Junior O f Osceola. High School Glee Clubs and the School I3anti participated. Bride-elect Honored With Dessert Bridge OSCKOLA, Ark., May 7. — Mrs. Winifred Watson was hostess with a dessert bridge to two tables of guests at the home of her mother. Mrs. It. D. Mas.sey, on West Sein- mes Avc., Tuesday night honorlw: Miss Mary Harriett Silliman of Luxora, bride-elect of R. D. Moars Rev. 'Harvey T. Kidd. home. Mrs. SanfordiBtxme won hi«h Clinreh. '1'lie pastor of First Presbvtcrian Church mid president of the Association, Ffid today. "We ministers feel llutl this Is a big slep forward in illter- '•>Mirch cocperalion. We believe Ih'U "Victorlnum 'Living is the best radio program we could present. We >pc all of our people will hear and profit by it." "An increasing number of coin- imitics arc backing the "program." Miss peart Rosscr, director,of ra- lo •education of the International ouiicil. said. Billboard Magazine comments ml "Ihls scries of five-minute •[inscribed religious programs her- Hl a new day in religious radio rograinlne. They arc professional nalurc." score nrinc in evening bridge and second Thad Nicol. lligh \vcnl to Mrs. Copclancl Hostess enln your'We 1 —this ytent medicine Is famous la relltivc liot flashes, nervous tension—when due to the . functional •julddlL'-at;e' period j>ecu- liar to women. Worth trying! JM/4 [. FIMMM'S . . Mrs. George Shanks and Mrs. W. B. Mayo. Mrs. Cicorgc M. Slllwcll, president, conducted the business session and Mrs. Crews dismissed the group. • • • Churches Will Honor Hisli School Seniors d'.n:l was hos- Ir> licai m(in- Nei.dihovs of Mrs. R. A. 'V'o'j less Monday iii'-'.h'. hers of the !{:>y:il America. In the l)tisin.\ss session, plans 'for new mcnuKTS ami aims unit pnrixiscs of tlu :-ociely were discussed. The hostess scrvrd u ucs/crt. course. lha Crichllcld. Kay Smlln, Shirley Wade, Oall Whitsltt. Liarta Rayder, Evelyn Poe, Billie Mailc Bainelt. Nancy Htovall, Heard Wyli;. Jean Ellcdge, Billie Fayc. Graham, j Donna fJcdman. Millie Aim Bradley. Mary Kay Crafton. Bobble Ann Gregg, Betty Lee Gnrrott, Rhonda Eaton. Martha A:in Foster. Joan Myers, Kay Hindman and Linda Taylor. Several hundred people attended the Festival, in which boys and girls and mixed choruses of grade schools, VIrs. Partlow Hostess "o Club Eight, Guests Mrs. II. Cl. I'artlo'v entertained asl nit;lil wiln 3 brrl-;e parly ;iL icr home, 300 Eeii Kentucky St., for members of Club Elicit mid two other gu'.'slr.. Mr.s. Jc p ry ind Mrs. Joe Coming Mothers of Y members in thr Events hnnorlni; llielr students Jnnicr Leaders Corps were honored; ;„ mvthevine Hit:h School graduat- ^3j^.d?i' night with a spaghetti sup- j j nK c i !iss w m be given Fi'idny morn- p«r in the Y game room. .]'"K by First Christian Church mid Tables were arranged in a "U'!Mon<la v ui 5 hl by First Methodist tliape with an attractive bouquet of j church. Dutch iris, tulips and spirca ecu-1 p\ rs i Christina Church, with the te'ing the speakers' table and sim-l W oman's Council as hosless. will i ilar flora! bouquets centering sule. 1)nv( ; „ breakfast Friday moraine. 1:30,o'cloek. in the Mirror Room of I Noble honoring seniors and (heir parents who arc connected with the church. First Methodist Church seniors will be cnlcrtnined with a rtl- 1 "-r to MemphK specialist. Mrs. J. T. Staleup. Mis. HcniiJ Mays, Mrs Olrn Johnson an Mrs. H. 13. Rirhardsnn spent ye . terilay in Mcni])his. ! Capl. and Mrs. J. 1'. Holland ai 1 son, Jay, will leave tomorrow morning lo return lo Ncwburg. N. Y., after spending Iwo weeks here as glies's of Mrs. Holland's pav- enls. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Fields. Thev are nu'king their home in Newbnrg while" Captain Holland stationed »l Stewart Field Ihcre. The Hollands formerly lived heic. Mrs. Irbv Ailasus Jr., anil son. of West poml. aro guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. HuUon. Enlcrtnlnlng rooms of Ille home . were .lecovnted \v:tli I mixed bou<iur:.s of Sprin ers accented with ','iilp.i. Mrs. Otto Scrape won score pri/c in ovening bridge and second high wont to Paul Jobe. Refreshments were served. THURSDAY Mrs. G G. Ciiudill entertaining Octette Club. Mrs. M. O. Usrcy lioslcss to Mid- .Weck Club. FRIDAY Bill wi'liams host, to band members following concert at home o' Poe j,i s p;,i-ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. i Williams, IMG west Main SI. flow- high SATURDAY Alpha Delta chaplt. of Beta Sigma Phi cntcriuinitu; inoliu'rs with Mother's Day luncheon at Delia Club. Moss Bryan Presents Gifts of Distinction for Mother's Day and Every Day at THE GIFT SHOP High score prize was won ''" iss Sllbnan, second high by Mrj ane Fergus nntt traveling pri/.e cut to Mrs. John Bard Eilrlng- on. * WE BUY * WE SELL USED FURNITURE , JIMMIE EDWARD<rT FURNITURE CO. \ 313 E. Main IMione WATCH NEED FIXING? It you: walch n»ed« repair- in?, adjusting, or recondition* ing. bring It to us. All work guaranteed. One Week Service! Pat O'Bryant JEWELER Main at Second Phouc "2b Boxer Short Sets for Boys Sizes 2-7 The TOT SHOP Want to Keep Healthy? .'11 lie or.U-r r\l Artie's Beauty Shop i k VJ North Mcttincl SI met I'lKini! X' Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opvns 1:45 Show Stitrts 2:00 LISTKN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.n.. tables. Lavender iris lined the center of tables. .Marking guests of honor's places werc red carnation corsages. Charles McDanicls, president of l\tc group, was master of ceremonies. Monday nlshl 111 the church recrea- •Following the invocation by Mary nrmnl ' r0oms . -nicy will shine hon- Sae Hawkins.. introductions were ors wi(h mc]nb( , rs of the Hcndrix nwde by each person askuie ones- C(lllcs , e rjhapcl Choir. Conway. who tions of the person to his right. i wH( ' prcscl , t n |,. cc concert, at 8 ^Throughout, the supper, music. o . cloch Momlnv n i g iu. The Wo- numfcers were presented bv mem- nlall . 5 SOc i C ty o f Christian Service music members of tiie group. 'Mary Margaret Autcn sang a solo and a Y quartet presented songs. Before group singing concluded the affair, Miss Alice Saliba, staff advisor, presented Loaders corps certificates to Frances and Mary will be hostess [or Ihc occasion. Meeting Is Postponed The meeting of Alpha Delia Chapter. Beta Sigma Phi Sorority. Dowdy and Nancy Damon, issued scheduled, for Friday afternoon, ha> to' leaders after they have proven been postponed to the following themselves worthy of leadership. I Friday. G/FT MAGIC PERFUME 10.75 to 100' BATH MITT 1.50' SACHET 1.25 1 TOILET WATER 5.00 to 1.75 SACHET PILLOW 1J5 WOODS DRUG STORE W. Main SU Phone 507 \VA Meetin Is Held Young wom-iii s ft-.ixii.nsy members of rirst Baptist Cliurcli were enlcrtaincd Monday ai^hl at Ilic home of Mrs. HL'KStU' Bangh. The firsl i-lia;i'.cr t'f ilw YWA mnnual was la\ight, "-with chffie overman Mnsl'i;; py/jViiuni, line Lce^ Bcrriicc :' cWcrinan and NHIa Simpson Miss Lcc clisniissc-:! the with pi'aycr. Refroinnicr-f-s were served. ROBERT MONTGOMERY SOIVE A MYSTERY! Plastic in for Mother Box Office Opens at 0:30 Opens Hunilay 1-8C1; Slarts 1:15 Continuous Si' *V-L Sat- Mid .Sun. Bar (a In Night F»— Night Except Sat..rJs»; honiirrtl en junday H the Roiy. l,;isl Time Todii DOUISI.I; \VhiU- KIU Sln j to 11', 2 l. >. lo :! 5.00 ClosiM I led Allotment Wive A gift sne'il «?c now anil all llirough the suitnniM 1 ! Choose a softly ilrancil poiH'h, a roomy nn. ilerarm, a Iiandsoinc shouUIcr l).ig or one with a wrist handle ... wilh gol.lcn or mock slicll JcUiling. * Plus Tax with Kay Kraiic:s and /Vlso Sliorts Thursday Friday

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