The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 14, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 14, 1947
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sip'- 1 ' TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 194Y Emily •Wixsbn, Society. Editor Phone $1 L. a. Autry Discusses. • Foiir Neelds ofi'Arkahsas "Tf^e must first sell Arkansas to ourselves, then to others", «ep. i>. It Autry told members of Char- levolx Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, when lie dis- cusseS "The Needs of Arkansas" nt tlierf, luncheon meeting yesterday at Hotel Npble. Mrs. A. 6. Little and** Mrs. J. l/>uls Cherry were hostesses. ' Repiesentatlve Autry stressed as the^four major nceds'-'.of Arkansas "better schools, better highways, morfe. industries and. more, good publicity." , Irulhfe business session, olflcer's for the coming yeir were-.inslalled by Mis R. C. Rose',,They are Mrs. Jamis Hill Jr., regent; M,rs George D .Pollock, vice regent;'Mrs. E. B. Wocrlson. recording M->cietaiy Mis C. R, Pcnn, corresponding secret»- ly; -Mrs. Little, hlstoriaii; Mrs C. P. Tucker, registrar; Mrs. A. Con- wntf. custodian anil Mrs. W. T. Oberst. librarian. Mrs. P. B.' Joy- ner4s retiring resent. Trie table from which the three- course luncheon was served was centered with daisies. Mjs. Hill appointed the following 4commiltecmen: Mrs. K Q - \Vo«tson, Mrs. R. C. Rose and Miss. Cordelia Wllhlte. yearbook; Mrs. Ras* chaplain; Mrs. Petin, parliamentarian; Mrs. P. B. Joyncr, ad- vonRment of American; Mrs£ A. M. R. Branson. American Rvfecross; Mrs. Fi-ed V.. Rutherford; Americanism; Mrs. r-enn.-ap- profid schools; Mrs. W. T. Oberst, conservation; Mrs W. A. I correct'.use of the flag- • ' : !tffs Cherry, DAR Good Cimnn- shlfpilgrim'ase; Mrs. C .P. Tgck- er ibAR Manual- for Citizenship. Mr* M. O. Usrey. Ellis Island; Mr£c R- Wrolen. filing ami lending ibureau; Mrs. James D. Clark, genSploglcal records; Mrs. O. w. McSutchen, motion picture-, Mrs. Lit3p, National defense; 'M'w WilSiic, DAR magazine; Mrs. WoSlson, press relaTions;' Mrs. . oy- ner'radlo; Mrs : George D. Pollock Ji*..rtind Mis. S. P. .Merlin. |lowers; Mr.tJClco l,angslon>and Mrs. uon- wnWscrapbook.-ana Mrs. Uulhei- for<t girl homcmakers. Teichers •ComplimJmtetl WSh Tea at Jobe Homo Paul Jobe and her sister, Bonnie June Grace, entertained Monday .at the Jobe home •witlT an afternoon tea comnllLange: School teachers. Honored Bits of News Mrs. J. II.. Melton of Austin, Texas, is spending a few days here wllh her parents, Mr. and Mrs. CUiude Bov.laiid, and her sister. Coming Erect* THURSDAY Alpha Alpha Chapter QJ Beta Sigma phi Sorority have final meet- K of year al elubroom. Mrs. W. H. Wyllc hostess to Thursday Contract Club. Octette Club entertained by Mrs. Clea Laiigston. ,• Mrs. Cecil Shane. Mi's. Helen Wren entertained .f.l- ly Eight Club. FRIDAY Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sig- j ma phi meeting at elubroom, 2:30 o'clock, final meeting this year. Mrs. Harry W- llahiea and Mrs. Freeman Robinson hostesses to Chapter N, P. E. O. Sisterhood, at Ilainc's home, lOffi West Chlcka- sHwfoa Ave., with luncheon. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sin- inn I'll! Sorority meeting with Mrs- Evelyn Jean Pigg Chosen To Attend Carnival Ball OSCEOLA, •Jt.-k., May ID. (UP) — Evelyn Jean Pigi!, senior and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A.' IMut;, has been chosen to represent | O.iccoin Ilir;h School ano her town lit the Co'.ton Carnival Teenagers'j Hall Friday night. She will be escorted by Bobby Williams. The tsvo students were chosen by the high school faculty and will be the school's only representatives. an outstanding leader in school activities. Mrs Marvin liiizcr;. and Mr. IZa/.er. T. II. Caraway al home or her mo- Mrs B- I,. ifnnUls Is undergo- U>cr, Mrs. K. B. Purvis, 121 Main ing irctumcnt al'Memphis Eye Ear. SI. K . TTinn . v Virginia V.'ili of tho uBlilh class at Uell irpndersnii is ')!•' cli:f (InuhiiUion i.jterc.sos students oiiteriii,\ hit be held May ^3. i is vnkdiclci ian f'.iricic ijnidiiathig Hi;hocil. ,'riiniilo for the 25 ooi will M*s mei i3in» c guests' «'=rc Miss wmule - . , w=ity •ntary schools : -Mrsr Ed-Hordin, principal; Mrs. D. H. Arncy, r r ances Gammel. Miss Jewe Fra . Harold Anderson ani^Miss Elizabeth ^ Halstcad. Foster Becomes „._ of W a) H>e..pill Miss Melba Foster,'''daughter °< Mr.-nnd Mrs. John >V. I-'oslcr, bn- cantS the bride ot -Visile Dill. son of Sir. and Mrs, Jackson DO Burette, in a ceremony, sundai "$%£ J^wJ-n officiated. Tte bride wore a white gabardine Kav McCoy Original'suit with red accessories and a shoulder corstig, 26 months Mrs. Bailey Elected President, of SS Class Mrs. H. C. Hniley was elected president of the Beta Chi Class of First PresyU'i'ian Chuveh al it business and social meeting last ulj^ht nt the home -of Mrs. O. \Y. Dllln- luinty. which 15 members attended. : Mrs. Bill Young was elected ,sc~- creiary-trcasurer. 'The group presented Miss Mai.v Outlaw, third grade teacher 'nl~ Central for many years, gifts in n"surprise shower. Miss Outlaw wl'l K» lo Rector nt eonclusion of this .school term to be with her mother. Rcfreshnifiils were served. Birthday Supper Honors Methodist Class Teacher Mrs. W. W. Altli'ihcnil of IJtllc Rnck, who has taught, tile Door Sunday School Class at First Methodist Church for the past month wlillc hrin with hei niece Mrs. Cal .Oossett, was hpnored with birthday supper last night civet members of the. class at the church. The supper, including th c tratll- llnnal birthday cake, \vns .served buffet style from a table Uecorr'.i' with American Beauty roses. Ta'.ta- inan roses In an effective, arrangement decorated the long table, where the 25 class members were sealed. Hostesses for thc occasion were Mrs. A. IT: Bdj'd. Mr.s. Louise Hilt nn r i Mrs. Rub Kinnlnghnin. Tri-To\vn Club Guests At Afternoon Party Mrs. Guy Ben Henderson ar-d Mrs. Jerry Cohen i)!ny:'d bridge, yesterday with members ut Trl-Town Club when Mrs. Dale Brit/;;; entcrlnliwi \vilh nil afternoon p:ii'tv. Decorations of in:so.s and rores formed a setting for 111? itroin). who were served n salad cuurse follow- Iny Games. Mrs. Mell Brooks Jr.. wfln liifeh ore prizs and ^Vr.i. ^cvrrja Wiiit'.s nc-Id second liifh. ing Irctumcjit al'Memphis Eye. Ear. Nose nnd Throul Hospitul. She will undergo hospllaf treatiiiciit for two weeks. j 'J ',; Mrs. Ij<na .wiiVtcrs, of Augusta will be (he guest' 'several days of her sister. Mi's. Arthur Hushing, nnd Mr. IWshiiHt. ;!'| Mrs C, C..'i:c4' of Dyersbnrg. Tenn., is ' llic-. 1 ' linuscBuesl of Mrs. Ci. W. Ullliiluinty for n biicf lime. , Allen and Mis'. C. W. Ciarrigan who among those who attended thc opera "Alda" by Verdi in Memphis. Mi. null Mrs. Jack Aikinsi'n have returned from Parki.i, Ark,, whore j they were guests of nor parcnl;-'. the | Hev. and Mr.s. W. V/. llii'.iK. Kit . route home, they .itt^ndec! V>i«ii'a "Aitla" in Memphis and were BHCSISJ of Maestro and Mrs. Krneslu Bur- klni of New York City. Mi. Atkinson's .uncle and aunt. Mr. liail'.ini s' a member »f tha Metpropoliluii Jirera company. Mr. and Mis. 'I'. J. Seay and Miss Until Seay accompanied 1 dauf.h- ter and sister. Miss fvii K-.TIV. t" Memphis, where Miss Sony Is a nnld to Miss Jane Cnsll!:i. niytho- villii'lady-iii-W'attin,; in thc Cotton Camlval' Royal Cigurt. Miss SATURDAY Lynn Jackson, bride-elect, will be honored with n tea by Mrs. J. C. Ellis and Mrs. J. C.' Ellis, Jr., at home at ISarfleld from 3 to p.m. Harwell Speaker At Wcsleyan Guild Meet 'CSCliOLA, Ark., May 15,— Mrs. C. M. Harwell jvas speaker at a meeting of the Wcsleyan Guild of Firs! Methodist Church Monday nlRht at the church. Jo Ann Lnucy presented a TOcal solo. Osceo/o News Mr. and .Mrs. Arthur Brlekcy and Mr. iuul Mrs. 10d Qulnn have KOiic on :i tour of Northern and Eastern Slates. Osceolnns in Memphis to attend I Verdi's "Aida" -Monday night nt| Kliis Autlitorium included Mrs. Spencer Driver. Mrs. Madcllt'.e Campbell, Mrs. C. li. Dean. Mrs. Maggie Babicrs. Mrs. Silence Wiiliams and Miss llclon. Martin. W. W. Prewill Jr., of I.eland, ILss., spent a brief visit with Ills arcnts. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. ,prc- ;itt Sr. • Henry Swift lias returned to his .orne from Mem|ihls Methodist lospilal, where he underwent a najor operation several weeks aijo. !ls cr.ndition is improved. •W. C. Mason went to Madison- ille. Tenn., the first of the wee!: o attend funeral services for his >rolher. Erwin >Mison. Mrs. Masun ml tiieir daughter, Miss Emily Mason, accompanied him. At The Hospitals youngsters Have Picnic Youngsters Have Picnic 12pt .. During their .story hour Monday •ifternoon. the Jolly Youngsters had picnic. The Jolly Youngsters arc .first, second anil third grade students Miss Alice Salln Is their advisor. IH.YTIIKVII.l.H Admitted: .1. (J. Summers, city. Horn lo Mr. and Mrs. Oils W rUlise, city. » son, lust night. Dismissed : . Ncal McCorijiiek. city. Mrs. Aiibry JV^ipillionhj. Dr'.i. Mrs. C. C',. Smith, city. Taylor I.ay ton. cli'y. WALLS HOHi'jtTAl, Disrnlsscdi \, "•>; Cicraldlne SlnirB/. SltMe, My. Mrs. N. H. Fisher, (jily. Mis. Delbeit Aiulersoii. city. Vivian Tnnkerslejf,.Huffman. Mrs. M. L.' Illni-'ViCj 1 and Imhy, Sleclo, Mo. Cecil Johnson, Rle. B. '.I. Lawler, Slcci^ MEMl'lilS BAl'TlB'l Dismlrsed: Mis. Julia Welsh, iJiyllwlUe. H. M. Swift. Osce,)l:v. MEMPHIS MKTHOnlST nosrrrvi. Dlsmisseil: Patricia Stilwell, Diylhsvh'ic. city. . -Mo. ° f 4fe Iff veteran^ service in the WACs and was Bra- duaed from Blytncvllle I"gh Mr Dill attended school nt. Bur- detfe and Is n veteran of 42 months ^rvice In the Marine Corps, of which 36 months were in the 1 n- cific' Theater. He is employed at Ilutson nnd Appleaum Cotton Co ancUMvs. Dill is employed al Fein- erg's Fashion Shop. They will make Iheir Blylheville., Miss Kathcriue Weslbrook and Miss Cliffie Overman. The hostess served refreshments home in Listen to : Showers of : Blesjsings i Over JKLCN ^Tomorroitr Morning t at 8:30 a.m. f Spoiiscjred i;y Church of The Nazarcne Mrs. Gilbow Hostess Mrs. CILHOW HOSTESS Mpt .. Mrs. Hill Gilbow entertained yesterday ntlernoon with a bunco par- l\- for members of Avalon I3unco Club ami another guest. Mrs. John . . Mrs. Uaskel Blnnkenshlp. who became a new member of the club, won first prize in Ihe allcrnoon yame.s. Mrs. Clonsc held low and Mrs. Gllbow, bunco. Honriuets of roses and mock orange blossoms decorated Ihe home. Tlio hostess served a dessert course. Miss Buclianan Hostess To Baptist Auxiliary Mir.s June Buchanan entertained members of the Young Woman's Auxiliary of First Baptist Church Monday night at her home on Yarbro Road. 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