The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 13, 1946 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUm BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Club Is Entertained By Mrs. R. A. Porter Mrs. Robert A. Porter was hostess Tuesday night at her. home, 1309 West Ash, to members of Double G Bridge Club. Other guests were Mrs. Wallace Hoke, Mrs. James Roy and Miss Oane Branson. When bridge was played, high score prize went to Mrs. J. Karris McCalla and second to Mrs. Hoke. Iced drinks .were served. Bible School Picnic To B e Held Tomorrow A picnic [or the students of Mible School nt First Baptist Church will be. held tomorrow morning at the close of the session. The schnol will continue through Wednesday, June 19. with commencement services that night fit 7:30-o'clock. The tol.il enrollment is now 174 ."Indents, with an attendance ot US this morning. Bridge Club Guesls Of Mrs. McCutchcn - Mrs. O. W. McCulchen was hostess yesterday afternoon to mem- Lcrs of Town nnd Country Club at her homo. 116 West Main. i Guesls were Mrs. Walter H. B;il:er nnd Mis. Lay Welch. Mrs. Baker won high score prlaT in afternoon gnmcs anci second went lo MIS. James B. Clark. Grand Matron to Visit Local 0. E. S. Chapter Plaiis for thc visit of thc Grand Matron oj the Order of the Eastern Star.. Mrs. Theresa N, Scott nt Fort Smith, to the local chapter of the organization were begun Tuesday night In a meeting nt the linn.', Mrs. Scott, lo arrive July 5, will tc honored with a banquet. Appointed lo make arrangements Inr the 1>rcgram during her visit were Mrs. C. W. Alforrt, Mrs. Marvin Critte'ndcn, Mrs. Ralph Berrynmn I wll ° ranu; " Cl 'i( il f £ w wceku HIJO and ''Mrs. B. C. Bailey. I fl '° ln llls home, 38 Till Louis 131c-viot Miss Marilyn D?en,' sponsored to [ strc et of Paris. France, attend Girls Stale in Little Roc* I Hc 's the (turf by the Order of the Eastern Star. • clect ' MlKS EI(lt »'" tpoke briefly of ' her- experiences j '""J ,' Ml '' i " 1 ' 1 at Girls State. Parents of French Groom-to-Be Coming From Paris for Wedding Hrnri Duliol :ind Miss lOldilra Neal Blylhevlllc ha.-, opened tls nvms and run around thc block and its heart to Henri Onlnt, limes. lie speaks few Business Circle Meet Held Tuesday Night N Mrs. J. E. at Yarbro. Pluns lor Ihe wedding lire almost completed and the chile se>. If June 29, with (he vows to lie pledged in tv ceremony at 11::W o'clock in lh c rectory or the perfect, English and ly leases his pretty brltlc- elect when sli e stumbles on French .spelling of . of his hridiv i pronunciation and ^eal. juid her \vonls. Bits of News Mostly; Personal Mrs. Alice Simmons Is a patient at Blytheville Hosplinl for » blood transfusion which sli u undcreoc" nt, liitci-vnls. lie,- condition Is satisfactory. Billy Holt. flve-year-ol<I son of Mr. nnd Mrs. u. H. Holt, l s HI at his home, 001 Chicka.sawrjii. Ho underwent a lomllccluuiy several days ago. Miss Polly Fowler of Promised Land la spending (|i e week at Number Nine with her aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Moore. Miss Mnrlfioii Davis, of Marked Tree, Is the guest of Miss Peggy Vincent or Annorcl. Miss Davis ->c- icompanlcd Miss Vincent and h=r [parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. vin- iccnt. to Armojel nftcr they hart U'isiled Mrs. w. E. Davis nnd' family In Marked Tree. Mrs. C. W. He;ilo or Memphis arrived today for a visit with Mrs. H. a. Wickham and Miss Bess Ila'l, lill West Main, Mr. and Mrs. Louis G. Niish, 1301 Chlckacawnn. and Mr. and Mrs Hays Sulllviin of ntirdcttc-hnvc re- tuniod from AlliintlcCityi and other iKiints in tlie Enst. Mr. "Nash, pi-s- ident of Blytheville Rotary Club, and Mr. Sullivan, president of Luxora Rotary club, represented their organizations at the Kolary Convention in Atlantic. City. Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan were guests two days in New York of th c liev. and Mrs. James Tull. They also were guests of rricnds in Washing- Ion, n. c.. where they visited thc Capitol nnd had as their host Representative E. c. "Took" Ciiithliu-s. Mr. and Mrs, Waller noscnthnl and their hnnscgiie.sts. M,-. nlu | Mrs. D;ive Pnrcini, of St. Louis, spent yesterday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Pareira left following their return from Memphis for their home. They had been guests here since liisl Snturdtiy. Fred J. Pipkin hns gone io SI, 'Louis lo be with his slslcr, Airs. Leonard R. Phillips ,Ji-., after having been here with his mother, Mrs. A. j. Pipkin. Mr. Pipkin re- - Mis s Meal's l)c Imr brW will ofliciate. maid of honoi ^rooin-i'lt'ct'.s will Tuesday nleht to 13 members of | thc -Business Circle of the Wo-1 man's Missionary Society of Cr.l- vaiy - Baptist church. Mrs. Raymond Belknap opened, Mademoiselle Ocnnnettc Uuhot of the'cession with prayer and Mrs., Paris. Monsnlur uuhot's best, nun J. D.-Widnor, director, had cVmrBO wil1 be—well, he isn'l rjuite sure. of tlie business meet. j When nskcd this miestion. he Miss Bradley gave lhc Bible 'grinned, tiUcd his hc-iid and in cludv. "This plan Can Save thc typical American fri.sliion. said "It World." icculd be—or no, it might be—." A new member, Mrs. Georgia Hedge, dismissed th e group with prayer. A guest was Mrs: Fate Brntton. The hostess served a salad nhuc. Meetings CHICKAEAWBA Lodge No. 134 P. and A.M. y.'ill meet In regular commuiucation at the hall tonight, 7:30 'o'clock, at which time there will be work In the first degree. * Coming Events FRIDAY CBC Club meeting with Mrs. Ross Moore. Junior P.oyal Association o[ Pint Baptist Church will meet at the church, 3:30 p.m. Junior Fellowship of First Methodist church meeting at the church, 3:45 p.m. Past Matrons and Patrons ot the Order of the Eastern Star meeting, 7:30 o'clock with Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Saliba. But who Uic bc.st man will be Is still not known. Accompanying Ihe maid ot hmioi' to Blytheville for the wedding will be her parents. MdnsiMiyi' and Miulame Desire Duhot und a sisici', Mademoiselle Hc'ene Dnhot. They plan In arrive i" Nr\v Ynvl: within several dnys :ind \\ifl coiun rtircrtly from Ihero to Klylhi-villc-. Monsciur Dnhot nets and i.illts like the young man next door b'.it liis appearance reminds one of the leading male stiir in i:ist iiii;hi.'s movie. After an introduction to one BlythEvtllc girl, slie excliiimed, "1V.:L he Munsciitr nuhnt's love for France Is evident. When he picks up a newspaper, lie Immediately lou!:.s fur headlines concerning hi.s coull- try. Ills smile and voice inflection betray his .•(cnlhiu-nt for the cuun- proud papa saying "my little brat. 1 ' H,. likes America too and most ur thc people he hns met "very I'.udi." lr plans work nut they iiuikL 1 their home in the Un- 11 rd Stiilcs—pel-Imps in New York ;ily. Hrnri Duhot has been here t: incc April. His bride-elect returned to tile Slates in December after ::nvice in lhc Women's Army Cor|is In Englnml, France nnd thc •is THURSDAY, JUNK IS, 19<1G ccnlly was discharged from the Navv nftcr returning from the Pacific Theater. Mrs. J K Tompklns and grand- dauishtcr. Margery Hale, daughter of Mr. i:nd Mrs. O. A. Hale, both of Dunlcttc, accompiinlpd Mr. and Mrs. Herman Curllon lo New York City. Mrs. Tompklns and Murgery will be guests of Mrs. Thompkins' dauuhtiir, Mrs. James Tull, and the liev. Mr. Tull. who Is attending Columbia University. Mrs.. Tull Is llio former Miss Virginia Tomp- klns. Mr. and Mrs. If. G. Traylor and children, Martha, .Mary and Harold, have gone lo Ixnilsvlllc and other points In Kentucky, where they will be ijuests of relatives. Mrs. Fred 11. Copeland has undergone another operation at Memphis HJiptist Hospital following a tonsilrclomy two weeks ago there. Her ramliUon is satisfaltory and It Is believed she will be able to conn- liomt' within n few <lnys. Men In Service Pvl. Harold E. Burgeson, ois Lake Street, Blytheville, Is taking trniiiini; as an aviation engineer of tlu> Army Air Forces al Gelgcr Field, Spukanc, Wash. Read Courier News Want Ads. Miss Crawford To Get Master's Degree in Iowa Miss Eugenia Crawford will be graduated from Iowa State college, Ames, tomorrow with & master's degree after having attended that school two years. She majored In child welfare with journalism for a minor after having received her bachelor's degree - from University ot Arkansas, Fayettevllle, with a major in home economics and a minor In journalism. Following her graduation from the Arkansas university the was a member of the Courier News editorial staff for a year, prior to re -enter Ing. school to work toward her master's degree. In the two years at Iowa Slate she has spent much time in writing news articles and features and also has done radio work, tiein.. in her child welfare study with Journalism. She will attend a convention of her journalism fraternity and a home economics convention before returning home Inte this month to be with her family for remain- Mrs. W/iitjitt Named RC Swimming Chairman Mrs. Hugh Whltsltt has been appointed chairman of the Red Cross summing projbct at, the Municipal Pool, It was announced by George M. Lee, chapter chairman. She succeeds Mrs. Lee, who had served as chairman for the past three years but recently resigned. The swimming instructions arc sponsored by [he Hed Cross in cooperation with the Y and Miss Alice saliba will assist in teaching. Germany. Before entering Army, she \vas employe;! her deputy circuit Court clerk. Her fiance \vas employed in Paris by lhc French Ministry of Production, following lus graduation Irom Borbnuiie University in Paris as ;\ chemical engineer. Cluh Meeting Held Armorcl Home Demonstration Clul> nii't Tuesday for an all day ir-Mioti at which Mrs. Alvln Nelson was hostess. 'I'hr rj mcinlirrr, present joined - - in business discussions nnd were doesn't took like n l-'rcnc'.imaii, [served luncheon. Mrs. T. u. Watsgn lie loooks like a handsome football player!" Those Mho hav ( , mil Miss Ne:i':'.» firmcc find tic has a chaiiiiiii'; nunmcr. talks easily and hn:; ;t quick, Irilndly smile. His \i1;i!lty au<\ exlnilierancc umkc one Icfl 'is If he should JC.'H'C his casv Die hostess. At Tlie Hosnitals Walls Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Gcnriic Flaw;. Manila. Alma McDonald, Uccring. Mo. * Mrs. Rosa Caraway, Manila. ' .. Mrs. A. C. Crismall, 'city. ' ~-'~(: Mrs. A. I. Hoiichin. city. ''', Cobic Olcmnm, Sleelc, Mo. Born lo Mr. and Mrs. p. II. Tunno, city, a son last night. Dismissed: L. R. Matthews, city. Joy Dean Hodge. Brass; City, Me. Mrs. J. E. Woolen, city. Jerry Allen Hull, Luxora. Mrs. Hasscll Hall, Luxora. Mrs. H. L. Vnrncs. Bell. Byron Moore Jr., Rt. 3, city.' niylhevillc Hospital Admitted: Joinmlc Leo. city. Mrs. Altec Simmons, city. Henry Burnett, city. Dismissed: Walter Loui s Lester, cooler, Mo. Mrs. Oarleton James, city. Mrs. John Wiiyncr, city. •Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Fred Conoland, city. I. Kantor. Steele. Mo. Jatnes Wright. Osccoia. W. E. Hunt. Osccoi'i. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted: J. T. uean. Joiner. What's NEW in Blytheville? Anne Hamilton^ The town's newest and most original Dress Shop whore today's Hush priced styles are tomorrow's finds Now Featuring . .. Summer Cottons In Butcher Linen, Eyelets, Haw Silks etc. Priced froni $7.50 to $22.95 Summer Bags In Plastic and Real Leather. White, Brown, Black, etc. $4.95 to $15.00 Ann Hamilton Shop Where Fashion Successes Carry. Little Price Tajs 1007 W. Main :-:: J :-.:B!ytheville- der of the Summer. Her plans for thc future are undecided but she plans to follow her journalism career, possibly in the East. She is daughter of Lieut. Col. and Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford. Colonel Crawford now Is stationed (;t Fort Eustls, Va., and Mrs. Crawford is at their home here, 301 East Missouri. v Baptists Invite Truman To St. Louis Meeting NASHVILLE, Tciin., June 13. (UP)—The Executive CouuUce of the Southern Baptist Association Is inviting President Harry S. Tru- innn to address the convention :it its next meeting May H-18, 1947, in St. Louis, Mo. Tlie executive committee, which met yesterday, also elected 'JDr. John Buchanan, Birmingham. Ala., as Its president; and George H. KriiKlcr, Washington, U. C., as vice- president. Doctor Buchanan succeeds Dr. J. M. nawson, Waco, Tex., who has resigned to become secretary ot the joint public relations cuinmillec of the northern and southern Baptist conventions nnd the National Negro Bnplbl convention. Tlie exccullve conimiltcle will meet again in December. There are ahoul 6100 miles of railways in Nebraska. Matinees S»t. & Sun. Only Box .Office Opens 6:JO; Show Starts 6:15 P. M. 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