The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 8, 1947 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 8, 1947
Page 4
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I,'I' Kill i BL,YTIIEVILI;E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Kniity Wixson, Society Eclilor Miss Damon Elected Sorority President Visitor Is Honored Willi Several Parties Miss' Blllle Damon was elected president ot Alpha Beta Chapter of SIpsUtm Sigma Alpha Soforrty at a mefetlng Tuesday night in the ^ .: iri'ai Kooni of Ho;el Noble, when'six pledges were Initiated in- w. H. Hutso to tne organization in a candelight j Mrs JamCf . Rc ,,,,,, ;11 ,,„,, Mrs . ceremony. j Ewnrt j, entertained with an afternoon party todny at which she I Mi'.s. Irhy Adams, Jr., of West Point. Miss., has been honored with several parlies since she arrived Mth her young son. li-by III. to be the houseRucst of Air. and Mrs. Other officers jvho will serve are Bits of News Miss 'Margie Robertson, vice presl- i ;\as a special and she .shai-ed ^ ,. •>«>* .. a|juv.lill ^IIV.^I. illllj w^r^^W. j & w ~/ .i^nd ^ r c = s s ; r r i»?' •- °« = >-' "Johnscn, T'epor Rose .SaHba, progrr.m chairman. j Mrs. OsDorne and Mrs. Frrri 'Mrs. U^-e Hammock underwent an operation today in a Memphis 'ye. ear, nose aJid throat hospital. With her an- Mr. Il-iiiiinocic *.n«l her dati;;htcr-in-hnv, Mrs. Gilbert n. Hammock. Dlytliville men in Menij.lils Tiie:>- .nii-iit for the animal Laymen's Mrs. Thompson Hostess To Juniors and Seniors Km. JMxn TliuiispKun, h!;-ti school faculty i:ii>mb?r at A:morel, jVnU'rlaliic'd J'lii'.rti's and avi'ors of the si-hoot last. n'.ijhl W Kli a "hulx>" party -l«. :n-r lum'!. R«y Clonsc, ...eiiinr, won the : j "lioiH>" rustuim i)n.i:. Tim Inlai-l ions Barnes iiul of (,[;,.' 'uveiiliii; wen.- IK'-JIUL wiicu jdrls names were al.'.ached to , DalUjoiw 1 in the center of the room Iwys cho:;e a b-ill- '.K'.rtners for the i;ame. The ;;-r >-jp cords and \V*T,> ments of hoi drinks. THURSDAY, MAY S, 10-17 At The Hospitals lU.YTIir.VIU.i: IIOSl'lTAL Admitted; , Mr;, I,. Roy Dickerson, city. Mi,' 1 . 1,. M- Chapoell, city, Mr?. llohWe D. Hardin, Dell. Dism^/.C'd; Mi;; A. <i. liii):!i and baby, city. Mrs Km 1 ! Ilrownlee, Dell. W/ll.l.S llOSI'lTAIj ;m,-| ji to (Jr-immur; <jV':iiir.c;'s Jirsl nl-,'> Chived rc-- .v-'rivd ruf/csh- doi!; K-.'II'I ci^lil Pledges, Miss'Mad; mona",' England. Miss Btitonc Jf»B- gers.^Miss I.-avonne . IVwt !•:<*, Miss Katrfryn Thompson and Miss Wanda I$:Bride, Plans were made for presentation of Jewel pins in rites to he held -v.av.2t>. ForT the affair Tuesday night, ] flowers in effective hniiquets Club Entertained By Mrs. J. C. El!i s Mrs, J. C. ICHIs was hostess yex- who received pins, were i Stcadman were Hostesses Tuesday I T c ;,,, uc " Mwtii,.., Christian Chin'.'!.-' tenlay afternoon | O Town and Ige;-jindrr. Miss RII- i 1)lahl tt ' lth " V™ 1 * honorlnp Mrs. j Cs of Memphis, v.cre J. C. Ellis, Com.try i)rl ( l« c chil) member..; with • Officers Are Installed By Yarbro P.T.A. Group The final meeting this school term of Yarbro Parent-Teacher Association was held yesterday afternoon at the school. First and second graders taught by Miss Alice Marie Ross read letters they had written to Memphis Junior League members, sponsors or the radio music and pii^ram contest, "Tile Phonograph Record Hour", in which the students have participated. Mrs- William Wyatt, president. conducted the business session and made a rejwrt on 'the County Council meeting, plans were made for solicitation of money for the new school site. Officers for next year were in- Mcll-oilist Clum-ii of I VII TitesdSiy stalled by Miss Winnie Virgil Tur- iifliniMOii "t, iicr home, with nine "cr, supervisor of city elementary members prcic-"^ , (Schools. They were "Mrs. Wyatt, Mrs, Mavis S'-'i-.leinirf: (juve Ihe President; Mrs. Roland Howard, study I'ntUI'rl, "The Chri.'.tian v 'ce president; Mrs. T. V. Odom. Mrs. W. A. Arnett, city. Jcwdl Samloi'd, Holland, Mo. Mrs. 5 hep parti To Dell V/SCS Members Mi-.-.- D.'wvy ah"|i|»!,i-<l was lir).s- to m'.iiihe'o of \V()iiian's Society ot Christ! -..-1 sc'rvkx- of First Adams nt the O/btirn 0 hoire -^ nivlhcvillo Army Air Field. ! ! i Mrs. Elmii Foster, low to \ llnrry Bradley am', a Ruest j to Mrs. Adams. ho also was finest noon party uivcn by Iloyce Moore, M. T. Moun. W. O. I O.U'iin oaml the Hev. It. S. IV.iii'd. , have ^oile to Hot Springs tor u j feu- d;:y.s mi busitiess. j Mrs [, n. chambUn h:x s b«en iacliuiltcd to a MeiujJliis hospital to glo-^rhg candles siBnlfvin? ihe So- j Bradley and Mrs. Merman ncslv rorlty' alms decorated the Colonial [ nt tho "''Kdley Jiome omiipllme! Room; Miss jolmFcn and Miss Ro- I M ''' s ' Joh » Wriulit. wlio with berteon, hostesses, srrvcd icfrcsti- Mrs? May Entertains Mrs. Hcrrn:t:i MJV war. hostess last -.nighl. at ilie >-ome of Mrs. H. B^ Richardso'i to n:em!irr:s of the Hi-Ho .Club s^nd ano', Mrs. '~ Roy C'!'.-i'ini;luan, will; :i bunco' party. MrJ Richardiion wan lii^h scvun prize in oamcs, low went to Mrs. Glenn Johnson and bunco to Mis. Cumlingham. Reireshmen;s \vcro served. Stevenson Son Named The sin horn to Mr. p.nri Mrs, J. Jf. Stevenson. Jr., Tuesday al Bawlst Hospital in Memphis has been-nnmed James Ernest Stevenson jtn. M^.. and/Mrs. Stevens 1 :!! are also parents or a daughter, Mary Tarver. "five. Jolin Wrlulit. wlio with Mr. AV'-iyht and their yoiuu: son, Jei-ry, will move soon to West Memphis Mrs. Wright was presented a gift by the group. Mrs. p. D. Foster entertained witli an Informal supper party complimenting Mrs. Adams. "M "" ll- -v I Mlvtlr1 '-'" - l m'»"r cperullon ' '"' Sergt. II. E M:innin-; of Riindolph Flelct. Texns. has been visiting relatives hri- n :nvl Sci'Bls. Don Kcill niul Ollie C.rtsliam of the local recriiitiiii; office .Sergeant Mannini; formerly was connected with tlie Arkansas U. S. Army Hecrnit- liik' District iind .slaliom-d in Mon- llcello. a party at her home al BaiTk'lcl. Bouquets of narcissus and mock ] orange; decorated the home. Mrs. G. O. Caudill won high score prij..t i ajjd Mr.s. Cornelias Mo<ll;ioVr, second, neireshmeiils of cake raid coffee were .served. • » • Coming Events home' and Mrs. diM-usf;t-cl the firs stev.nnl.slii!> ;>ro;;.'i or Ijfc." I'lun.s for St.-hl.'flJ \V1-|'(: liorts hud lejlfnv.shi)) i: •J'lie host course, Gerry frd part ot a :ji entitled treasurer and Mrs. Vernice Bristcr, new secretary and reporter. -An During the. social hour, school i winners In the "Phonograph Record Bible Hour", played their selections. the Progressive Club Meets "/Mrt With Mrs. C. W. Watson IJorciis Snnday school Class of First DnplLst C'hiirch ivill liare riuni-- icrlv luncheon meeting at, the cliinch. Filll Williams host to hand members foilowlnij concert at home of Mrs. Wilson Hostess \Villi Bridge Lunc eon Alpha Delta chap'iOY of Beta S'.i;- nm Phi cntci'tnlnlii'; Inothcrs with Mother's Day luncheon al Delta Miss Hosii sdmiK'! It.'ich has returned iionm nfl^r vislll'i" friends his parents, Mr. and Mn;. W. M. in I iUt«> Keck. Russi'llville and Williams, i:tO(! W<:st Mai,, St. I Dardnncll. I SATURDAY Mr. and Mr'. j-i--cpli Sha;.iro and children, Joe .iml Nancy, i,f Mount Union. 1'cm;., whj AVC-H: , quests here f.:twa! ci'iys of Mr. Club. Mrs. W. D. .-;lKimbll!i :uul Mrs. and Mrs. R. M. H.«;enold. have Alpha Delta chapter of Hcla Slsr- E. A. wcr- Riicsls nt'rer continued trip to L'a! Ir-vnjii. ma i>hi enterlainiii!- uiotlicrs HiTh than members ot Wcdi.e-;dny Bridfc Their slay in B!>'Uun:!le wi.s ix- Mother's Day luncheon at Hotel Club yesterday when Mrs. Bilker Icnded when J..<- i-cct-ivi.-il a foot Noble. Wilsoh entert.ii'-.i'd with tin: wtck- injury in an accident, at Hotel Iv elnl) parly at !icr linmc. !.'-l)9 Noblo. Nancy nis-j vi.-,ll-d Llitwcl.'vu — West Walnut ot. 'White and ~\ur: parents. Mr. in id Mrs. Godfrey Wli'tc. in Oscwila. . Mr. and .Mr;. Jnmos Hell and son. i;il!y, l\;'.v-? return?:! to thrit- home'in Sium. Churlcs ulcr spi-;:rj- li'-.f;,- ing u week "n'.-t; with her pau-nts, Mrs. Mr. and Mr;. W O. AndiMsim ing 'St.s were x-rv^d nt tin; <Jin- rooin, centered with Tnllsnian ros-.-s and lilies of the valley. In britlKC iamc.i, Mrs. Cir.inir.K- ham won f[~y; pii;.i_. nml i.Staey, second. their Siii-sts •>'«. Allen Anderson, for ol son also had 0 brief time their Anderson, and Mr Osccoln. , Mr. and Mrs. Haker rocmt the -,v,;i;hiMid in Swncrville, . Tenn.. as I ho uuesi, of Jiis mother «.nd family. M'.'. and Mrs. Aiuk'r- Mrs. W. n. wil.inn. Will Conduct Services At Presbyterian Church Mrs. A. F. Splece, Mcs, E. A. Tea- Main Hill here 127 years ago, is lord, Mrs, J. E. Teiford, Mrs. Na- to be renovated and made a nu- than Welnberg, Mrs. J. L. Williams, tlonal shrine. Mrs. W. w. Watson Jr;, Mrs. Ed Wiseman, Mrs. Yatt Wiiilmore, : — Mrs. A. p. Williams, Mrs. E. T. Smith, Mrs. P. p. Jacobs, Mrs. C, V. Horn, Mrs. Leon Sullivan Jr. Bumble Bee Buzzes Way Into Fashions for 1947 Perched on Woman's Hat LITTLE'ROCK, Ark., May s. (UP> —When It comes to hats Mrs. Ray M. smith of Uttle Rock will take a back scat to" no one. Mrs. Smith yesterday won tin! Greater Little Rock Federation of garden clubs prize for the finest fresh flower trim on her bonnet. She decorated the head piecs with Talisman roses with a bumble bee on the brim. L*cal A Lone Distance Muvlni contract i'koat 2801 v Shrine to Sherman Planned ' 1<A'NC ASTER, O. (UP) — The birthplace of Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman, who was born on OSCEOLA. Ark.. May 8.—Osceola Progressive Club met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. C. W. Watson on Knnen Lane for a one o'clock luncheon. •Mrs. Donald Wertz presented a. program of music. She was intro- OSff.'CLA. Ark., May 7. — Dr. cluccd by Mrs. John W. Edrington. John sprains, president of Ark- -Mrs. D: H. Blackwood. retiring aiisas oollfKi-. untesvillc, will con- president, was presented a gift by duct moriiini; serviec.s Hunday at the club. First I'ic.sbytciian Church here. I Assisting in entertaining were * WE BUY * WE SELL USED FURNITURE JI MM IE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. E. Main Phone ^A^i^i^^^^£^^^i^^.r : -^^^^^m fi?t-T^saSiM«:i&ifi^Mr- '-ses*^: on Mother's l),-i\ with a Kifl she'll cherish, (live IHT u piece of jewelry *>r for Uic home. Kxquisilc; jie.uls, wrist wntrhcs, iMi FITZPATRK Jewelry Store " t \?""•»'•' tf * *>•• * V^ES r\f, fi I i^i ) Sunday May llth Gifts For Mother Dresses Humlrfids of dresses Mother will love, Kuit»l>lc for every iige. Come in her favorite materials . . . latest in styles loo! $7.95 to $14.95 Blouses .... Very large assortment of new blouses in latest .stylos, sheers and crepes she'll really go far in' a big way! $2.93 up M-L <?-•- Wv^^', c-* s^AvaLJ '5 /o^ 1 Gloves for Mother Beautiful cotton stiodc ami rayon jjlovcs in pastel shades and black . . . brown and white. She always noctlrf a new pair of jjloves. $1.29 to $1.95 Don't Forget Mother! l;aiis in newest plaslirs . . . black, wliitr ami pastel.-; that go vvith most anylliiujr ami make .Mom look so nicfi. Only 2.98 Plus Tax We carry an extensive line of shoes in casual street shoes and in dress patents. While, rod or combination colors. • Pure Silk Hose • ! These pure thread silk horse are * a bargain that can't bo passed « up! Get her several pair at this ! opportunity. She's sure to be } pleased! Pr.$1.00 TEEN.ASER Pangburn's Candy For Mother's Day BARNEY'S PBUG;STORE Boxer Short Sets for Boys Sizes 2-7 The TOT Want to Keep Healthy? Take turkish batln! Tin-si' I,;i1li« known tlio wnrlil gvpr t,,r lli,-ir TurKlsli Hmlis till,,:'ick" mini rmir !iJ'i.To[ti. r,-!U-vn nrlUrilis M-II- tar achc.s nii'l p^iu-c n n.l IM:LV,> v.xi like nc»- n B aln. l>,n.'l ,1,-lay. i-nll o« for »|,I,.)JI,IHII>,,| „,„>-. Vmrfl 1,,. f,,|-l- ir\K hottt'r In churl c-nli-r :il vi'ry Artie's Beauty Shop I 313 Norlh Mccoml Strmit |'|K,UI, 3^*a Continuous Shows Every Way Box Office Opuns 1:45 Show Sliirls 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.n.. Thursday anil Friday ROBERT MONTGOMERY ~~ SOWE A MYSTERY! I'aramoiuit News; Also Slinrls Rosenthal Inc Box Office Opens al G:30 Opens Sunday i-ift; starts f:I3 Continnous Si „>-« Sit. vnd Sun. Bargain Ni B i,( f v— Mgi,t Except >«. *^xa honored en junday m tbe Koxy. m£ 226 West Main Phone 2562

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