The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 9, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 9, 1947
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r-AGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1017 Emily Wixson, Society Edi<or Phono -ifil Lynn Jackson to be Wed In Late June Ceremony Mayor and Mrs. Ernest Robert Jackson. 1412 West Main si., announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Mary Lynn Jackson, to Joseph William McHoney, son of Mr and Mrs. John Cornelius McHaney, 1021, West Walnut St. The. wedding will be solemnised in lat c June. Detailed plans will bo announced later. The lirlde-elccl was graduated from Blytheville High School and received a degree in psychology from Undwood College. St. Charles, Mb. She was business manager of the'collece annual, "Linden Leaves", her senior year, when she served as -class treasurer. Elected twice to Popularity Court. Miss Jackson also was a member of Ihe May Court. She Is n member of Alpha Alpha Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi So- rorib'. here. Mr. McHancy \vas.g.raduatcd fro" Blytheville High School veteran of three years service, in 'the'Army Air" force as a bomb*- dier. He held the rank of . first lieutenant upon his discharge. He is a,member of the Junior Chamber of commerce and Blytheville chapter of the Reserve Officers Association! an[1 I s connected with Ills father in 'easiness. Pre?.kM at Noble Honors Six Seniors-' Engagement is Announced Bits of News County Play Day For P. E. Students To be Held Here Mrs. H. E. Ear.'ictt and daughter, jane, rtf Bai/j:i noug<-, La are visiting Mrs. lianictts tnoil'cf Mrs. E. A. Pi-ihcr, ami her fister, Miss Ann Fi<her. She olsp \vlll visit. Mm. Wad; Qulnn of Csccula, another sister. Mi". Basnet; is the former Mis; Hurdta Fisher Miss Harbaul Diikr-s^ of Louls- .ville, Ky., who hn.i bre.-i Uio guest of lier sister, I/Iivs. Chai'Jeii LanRKlou mid Mr. UiiK'.ilo'.i, hose, was uc- companied back to her home yesterday, by Mifo Mary Lvim lloan. Miss Bean ;>:u'i:s to :>peii'J tv>o weeks wltli MIH.; Duk-.'S. Master Lou Kti;'.sl)?'(; of Marbn- na is vtsltit 1 .^ hi; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Flonnan. Mrs. O. A. l.tnve of Milllnglrin, Term., is the guess of her ton, J. C. l.owe, Mr.:. LOW:, and family. She accomp-in:cd the Lowe family back from Memphis , iinc \ Millinijton, they a, | brief time. I Michael .in-l Jerrv Lfi'ie arei vjsHtnu their ;v\jt!i'!V, Hill Lane, in' 1'hysical education s'uuifiits fioin school-. thionsliout Mls«l*sl)ip (JouiUy will Bailihr .at B:yl!n-vllli HIvJi Koliool tomorrow far a pin day sponsored hy tin 1 lilyth'",'jj;c School |)!iyslcnl odiua'.i-m acpait- nicnl, Miss Mesa \Villin:ir>, depart- nenl head, said today. A feature of the day will !)i> crowii- liu; o; Hiilh Hooper n.« physical education queen at 10 cj'ck-ck in the inorniii!;. Miss Hooper, a junior, was chosen by stuclcn'.s in hi<;h school physical rdiu-atioj-; ilciinrt- ment. Her maids will );u Vc.Tiu'll O'Nenl, Audrey Nell Wai! in, Mildred Mr-ador nnd Marion Maves, The day of recreation will !>e concluded at 2:30 o'clock'tomorrow afternoon. At The Hospitals BLVTHKVILl.K HOSPITAL Admitted: Mrs. LL-.stei' Lamb, Manila.. lioiinic Sniitli, Dell. Mrs. Prank Heron, city. C. R. Brown, city. . W. \V. Johnson, city. Mrs. Bob Harclin, IJcll. s \V. I. Jones, Cooler, M'^. •Mrs. Slcliii Davis, city. Dismissed: . Wilma Paye Richmond, Cooler Mo. Mrs. Elmiie Pierce, Cooler. Cadet to Graduate Among ihe 155 graduates at I he 03 commencement to he held nl per Military School, Boonc- illo, Mo., May 23-20, svlll be ;adel Jolin A. Wliitc, son of Mr. iicl Mrs. Floyd A. white, 1018 W- isli street. He will graduate from lie high selioo! department of the choul. Mrs. Alford is Honored At Osceo/o Of S Meeting WALLS IlO Dismissed: Mrs. Joe Cole. city. Eninie D.ilu Col:', Homeland. his the One does best for God nnd his fc'knv* if i'e is himself, the Rev. H S Bilrci, pnstor of Tlrst Chris- ti'iii'riH'rc.b. told Blvtlievlllc HI?h Fchnni seniors of First Christian Church this morning nt n breakfast in the Mirror Room o[ Hotel Nouic honoring the six seniors and ' th'lr r-oth«rs ond fathers. Members of the Women's Council of tric'»l!urcn were hostesses for the, eyent. Senio-.'; rtresent were Julia Ann Woouson, nick Shanks, Wanda Barbara, Jri'i'v Woman. Rosco Ci'aftou and- Jo Anne shanks. In Ws brief address. "If V" Wn}l-i b" PorriPthing". the HevvMr. IMt-i fid that regardless-lif *h-'* t vocation n student clibse, tie sriomii' b» first and always, n real person. "II Is tragic to be born a man ana dl? in lawvcr. or..a grocery., or a farmer", he said. - - . • As an illustration ' the speaker told the Japanese parable of th= stor.ecultcr who wished for greater power. After he was granted wish to become n kina, then morjc powerful sun\ncxt the clouds which could shut otit the light ot the sun. then ihe vock which, }n.^ rive)'~could"not"<vash' tiwny, he '.-eRl- i?ecl that the stonecutter, n man. wns HIR man powerful. / The breakfast carried out a 'Ill- He red school house Iriemb. with in- vitallons written in verse, on . red cne-ronm Echool.'house-shapcd cards and' similar programs with "Scihoo! D?vV printed^bn'the front. Place cards were miniature red houses. Guests and hostesses were summoned to breakfast with R school bell. nm»; by Mrs. George Barl'i"! and as they were seated. Mrs. J. C. I owe played "Tim Little Red School House." Ejch senior girl was presented a red-rosebud corsaoe and boys te- c"i\-^d a red rosebud. Other guests of honor were presented corsages of white viburnum. Tables were arranged In a horseshoe-shape with seniors seated at the head table. Centering the main table was a silver bowl of effectively arranscd deep red rosebuds and white narcissus. Red roses entwined with vines and a large bouquet, o! iris-decorated other tables. Arranaements for breakfast made by Mrs. Lowe. Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Mrs. George Bnrhnm. Mrs. precman Ro- '.riiison, Mrs, C. A. Tnnt. Mrs. James Terry, Mrs. Albert Taylor and Mrs. Een Harpple. Presented in Recitaf Mi?<; Evelyn Hill of Luxora wns presented in a student recital this wci* bv the music and spei-ch rte- o?Ttir.p"ti of Blue Mountain College. Miss..*, .,.,. S'n~ pl'vcd "Concert Waltz. Op. 12" bv Frlml. Miss Mury Ijynn Jackson Is the McHaney. it was announced today by Ernest Robert Jackson. bride-elect of Joseph William, her parents. Mayor aiid Mrs. Club 28 Dance Given ' For Members, Guests Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Criggcr, Dr. and Mrs. Fred Child and Mrs. anil Mrs. J. P- Lent! were hosts nntl hostesses last night at. The. Hn h . for the monthly Club 28 suprjcr dance. Roses, irises, tulips, narcissus and other spring flowers arranged throughout the lounge and ballroom .ormed an effective setting for the liffalr. i-nests' were Mr. and Mrs. W. M. McKenzie, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry ;>oe. Miss Barbara Child, Mason Day. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Simpson, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ernest Roe, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pollard, Mr. nnd Mrs. Phillips ,Robinson, Mr. nnd Mr:s. Bninuel V. Norrls and Mr. nnd Mrs Freeman Robinson. . i Sovonly Will Mothers With Honor Supper Members of Alpha Alpha Chap- te.r. Beta Sigma Phi -Sorority, wil honor their mothers Sunday night 7 o'clock, with a supper party a Ihe Rustic Inn in observance o Mother's Day, . . . Mothers Day Is celebrated an niaily by Ihe grouu with an affail complimenting mothers. \lrs. Fairfielcl Guest At Micl-Week Luncheon OPCEO'-A, Ark., May 9—O.sccola Cliaptcr No 42S of the Order oj the Ea'ilern s tar mot Tuesday night for the official visit of Mrs. C. W. Alford of Hlytlievlllc, Brand deputy lecturer of District in. Mrs Alford -,sas presented a ^lf! Ford, associate nitt- i Iron IS members or tlio Ulytnui'ille Chap- Graylown, MIL, Chapter. AssistiiHi in ceremonies lionorliv: Mrs. Aliord were Mrs. Ruth Ilaes- <blf. Mrs. Geneva Lloyd. Mr.s. Aty- dcline Campbell, Mrs. Marion Crew.;. Mrs. Helen Gc'.dri'ich. Mrs. Fre'l Dlxcn. Mrs. Addle Williams. Miss Dudley, Mo., and also ihclr uncles! and aunts. Mr. .url Mrs. ; 'V Mrs liombaloaski 1'jid Mr. ?.ncl Mrs. dike uomba'i'v:!. of Dudley. Susie crafton, daughtei of Mr. nd Mrs. Rupert Craflon. who ,suf- ercd a serious eye injury last week, s able to be back in school. Con- lilion of her eye i.s improved. Mr. and Mrs E. M. Whltloy an;l son, Charles, are at home atter sjicndlng the past 10 days in ;on ' Mlss - . Robert Nichols and A. S. Risers Mr. and Mrs Frank Toiullnson /\ salad course was served al have Rone to New Orleans and conclusion of the meeting. Houston, Texas, by plane. Mr. and Mrs. p. E. Cooley left today for Harrison, Ark., to spend cveral days with their son, thn Rev. W. P. Cooley, and family. They accompanied the Rev. A1v. Cooley. who spoilt a mrief time here Boxer Short Sets for Boys Sites 2-7 The TOT SHOP Moss Bryan Presents GifSs of Disfunction for Mother's Day and x Every Day at THE GIFT SHOP !():! l^isl Main Slrc'L-( Continuous Shows Every Day liox Office' OIK-US 1 :-1fi Show Starts 2:0(1 LISTKN TO KI.CN B:OI) a.m. 12:45 p.m. t:3(l ii.n Last Time 'J'oihiy Lady in the Lake with ltt.l)crt t Monlsoim'i-y and Autiroy 'I'rutl'jr Coiltlllllims Rhowln?'i'i'day SATURDAY , .Cora Hell Rogers. Miss Helen Mar- Jiicli ~ tin. Vied Ilenrlx, R. C. Van Wey, Coming Events TG .-. '.cw hnt you think she's tfte sweetest mother in t/ip world . . . give her candy tram ROTH- KOCK'S where you'll find Special Mother's Day Packages with his parents, to Harrison. Club Is,Entevtainccl.. By Mrs. James Hill,'jr. All members of Ine Octef.c Clul: were present yesterday aitt'rno.-i: when Mrs. James Hill J 1 . 1 . cuter- tallied witli a dessert bridge at her home, 1103 West Hearn St. Peonies and syringa decorated Ihe school i home. Mrs. C. P. Tucker won hii;li iTore prize anil Mrs. Flill lu'Ui second liigh score. Mrs. A. H. Falrfield of Millcdg- \illo, On., housejjuesl of her par- nils. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Denton. and members of Mill-Week I3rid<;e Club were guests yesterday when Mr^: M. O. Osrey entertained with a luncheon bridge. The Usrey home. 1031 West Main St.. was decorated with attractive j arrangements of pnnsies. Irises anil —Miss Bonnie lilies of the valley. "Luncheon was sewed at Die dining room (able. Mrs. A. Comvay won high score liriKc in aflornoon bridge games nnd Mrs c A. Cunningham was awarded second high. Mrs. Caudill Hostess With Bridge Luncheon & i Mrs. Cl. O. Caiuiill was h.^stiss yesterday afU'rnoo.i at her home, 11CIO West Wau'.u', st... to niemters of Thursday :^ontnioi CJnb aiul another gnesi, Mrs. O. II. G: rur, with a bridge liuicheiiii. A low bowl al mixeil flrv.'ers centered the diriin-^ vC'orn table at which Eiu-.'.sis rervccl. Sprinc flowers also v.-ero placed Ihrongliont I'r.tcrlali'.'ny lODins. Mrs. O. V McGllU-h'.-u won hi(;li score or'^e and si-coi;[i Hgh went to Mrs. Or^ar. SATURDAY Alpha Delta cliapie;- of Beta Sigma 1'h! enterlninint; mothers with Mother's Day luncheon at Delta Club Alpha Delta chapter of Beta Sis- inn Phi entertaining mothers with Mother's Day luncheon at Hotel Noble. The mountain beaver has no tail. Crow.s usually do not Hy in a straight line. Contestant Advances In Dixie Belle Event Nell Prltchard, Ca-' mllu'rsville representative hi the "Miss Dixie Belle' Contest at Memphis, was advised by telegrain today that she had progressed to the finals. The judging of finalists will be held In Memphis, with '.he winner to get an all-expense trip to Hollywood. Miss Prltchard, winner of the local contest, was sponsored by the Farm Home Circle Club of Caruthersvine. WE WE BUY SELL USED FURNITURE JIMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. 313 F. Main Phone 2JS7 in these fine brands: * * '& * * Belle Pangburn's Jacobs Elmer's Taft Moody Gatl 451 and ask them to save you a pound or two. Beautiful gift- wrapping at no extra cost! DRUG 205 Wst Main STORE Phone 451 Serial and Short t fr Confd Shows Hat. 12:30-I1:.10 .V — */ Sunday <tn(5 Monday r Pangburn's Candy For Mother's Day CAHUTHERSVILLE. Mo.. May GIVE SfSR a LOVELY JLaiae Cec?ar Hope As advertised in SEVENTEEN Gift of Her Heart's Desire Girl gnuls today know what they \viint. Most all of ihem want a bentiti- ful I.ane Hope Chest. no wonder! This romantic gift docs so much to mnke dreams come true. Choose one of our popu!:ir I.anc Cedar Chests for jour girl graduate. It will hnvc nil ilie exclusive features that make ti Lane n lifetime possession. Come in, soon. For (Jie Girl Graduate $49.95 „ ? *1^-'/ #^~i •* t f V * „ , ^ '*%$. ^f ^*r ^ I ^^^^ Stock Reduced in Price on Everything except Tair Trade' Merise. Get it from rif er Sleep Docs sloop really relax y<ui or do y (1 'i \vaUo \i]i liriMl? C'Joort sound comfort, on one of our iiinorsprinj;' mattresses will refresh you in short or.k-r . . . they're inexpensive, hut i|tiality! Innerspring Mattress only V/HERt THE LIVING IS LUSHEST Oircctccl by JOHN IORD Produced liy SAMUEL G. LNGEL SPACE SAVER A roomy kitchen cabinet. ^\vith roll top, flour bin, pan storage bin and spice cabinet. All in hardwood with baked porcelain and a gleaming overall \\liito enamel ish. Dress np your kitchen with this! top tin- Charles S. Lemons, Furniture Home Furnishings Modestly Priced.' Office Opens al G:30 Opens Sunnny i- Continaous Si ^v. Bargain Night i * C.; sturls l:lfi Sit >nd Srm N"stil KxcKvt honored en the Ra\y. undny T.ast Time Today Spanish Main v.-ith l';iul Hcnreill nun' Also Sliorfs Saturclav BUSTBR ST. JOHN Serial "Mysterious Mr. M" No. IS and Short Cout'il Shows Sal. i/,:30 to 11:30 Sunday s.nrf Mondar Terms CJan Be Arranged! ALVIN HARDY Furniture 113.East Main Phone 2302 vnrrm MTHTS Fox News >t Selected Sliort Subject Cuntlnnnus Show Sun. 1;1>-11:O»

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