The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 19, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 19, 1947
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PAGB BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, MAY i'J, 191Y ^jUyWlison, Society Editor W Phone 46t Brkle^ect Honored With Aftetrioon Party 'Miss lAim JTackson. whose wedding to i/qfeifli William McHan'ey will Le an outstanding Summer event, viaj honored SiluiUav nfter- noou Mim'Ti tei given by 'Mrs. J! C. Ellis -and Mrs. J. C. Ellis Jr. This was the first of a series of parlies, planned for tlie bride-elect. MbrQ'than 70 guests gathered at the Elites' spacious country home at Baifield foi tlio affair Mrs. O. A Tai{t assisted in receiving. Spring flowers in paslel shades 'decorated the home tlirougout. Lilge bouquets of pale' pink;peonles vfere-jilaccd in the living and dining teams while red rases, red peonlel and mock orange blossoms decorated Ihe front poreli and stin- pnrlor.-'P.insies. arrnngeii in hand- paintca Cliina bowls, added lo the selling r ,, v • The dining loom tab'e, from which' refreshments were served. was liiid with a ttlnte crochcled cloth Jt was cpnlxpied with while daisies; candy tuft, snapdragons and irises Arranged in a crystal uowi and l)anked with burning while tapers, in crystal holders to carry out a grf en and while color scheme used ill tlie dininR room. Presiding at this table were Miss Frances- Mollancy. sister of the bridegroom-elect, who ^poured, assisted 'by Miss Dorothy Jenn Hig- giiLsontaml Miss Vcra Goodrich. •' Refreshments included individual lleert-jhaped white cakes inscribed ill green \vltlr 'Jo* and Lynn 1 . Favors for each guest were attractive miniattiie bouquets of mock orange blossoms. GifU for the guest of honor, who wore a dress of Cobalt blue, with a corsiige of white gardenias pre- her hostesses, were 'pre- seiuedi in flower baskets by Mrs. Russell Barham and Mrs. James Terry.^They sang "Always" as they in-RUght llicm to the living room where -Miss Jackson was seated at a small table. Guests included Mrs. E. R. Jackson, mother of the bride-elect, j "" Mrs. John C. McHaney, mother o the bridegroom-elect, who were pre Edited" white carnation corsages by the hostesses, ami from out ol town; ' Mrs. Fred Alexander of Lsachville. • . Miss .Reeves Announces Plans for June Wedding Engaged to Birmingham Man Bits'of News Of wide interest throughout Mississippi Connly is anncicnccincnl it the engni;emcnt of Miss Edn:i George, daughter ol Mi 1 , iiiul Mrs. O. A. Gorge of Uiwjra, to Snli'in riilchey, son of Mr. anil M'.-s. Serrls Richey of Uiriningliam. Ala. The wcdcllnn will IIB solemn:/',"! in !Vui;usl. The bride-elect Is being feted with numerous soeinl events. t Mary Louise Rccv-is, IjrWe- clect of Henry Dodd of Yonkeis, N. Y.. r today announced plans lor til wccldig, which will Vie solemn- ied June 5. The; ceremony will bo perform at 10130 o'clock hv;the ; morning at the! Church of the Iinr.mculnte Conception, with the Hcv. i'aul Miss Warrington Bride Of Harold A. Pennenler Miss Sava Rebecca Warrington. daughter of Mr. and Mr 1 ;. I,. U. Wairington, South Division Street, became the bride of llnr- (tld A. "Buddy" Pernicntoi', sen Mr. and Mrs. Harvey lYLiucn- ler or Luxora In a cerccony yes- .erday afternoon at the home of the Rev. Mr Self, retired Methodist pastor of First Methodist Church of Luxora. The home v.'as decorate;! with garden flowers. The brlite wore r. two-piece powder blue tlrcss of Summer mesh -with black and white, accessories. She wore n' black picture hat and pinned nl her shoulder wns a white gardenia corsage Her matron of hoimr was her sister.. Mrs. Frank Jennings nf Blylhcville. She wore n black Summer dress with \vhUc ucct^s- Dinner Party Given For Miss Era Wright Miss Era WiiRhL. whose weddini, lo Horace Colfcr of Trimble, Tenn. will he soleini)iz?il in June, \\-.\ honored will', another of the manj parlies being given for her Sat Mi-c'ay ni'nlil. when Mrs. Lena -\V!l son and Mr. and Mrs. Charlc Hittner entertained with a cllnm party at the Wilson home. Guest were inti.nale friends of the bride- elect. The tnble at which the three- course dinner was served was centered with a bouquet of pink roses and pink snapdragons ur- iunited with burning pink candles. An ualiun cut-work dinner cloth draped the table. Pink and ' red peonies decorated the living room. The guest of honor was nreseiv.- cd U'lfift' of China in her pattern Mr. and Mrs. A. Mcen Sliuknr of IAS 'Angeles, and Mrs. A. Thomas of .Savannah, G»., sisters, of Mrs. M. Cicui'gc'. sire ljucnt? of Mr. and Mrs.-Gi'orne here. Miss sara l.ou Hughes of Pbca- huiuas was the weekend suest ol Miss I'olly Stewart and her jiai'- cnts. 'Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Stewart, Miss .Stewart and her cnest are students :it Arkansas Ktatc College, Joiiesburo. Hurry Ogle Is seriously 111 m his Mcine. 120 fjuuth Franklin 3t. With him are his daughters, Mrs. U. 11. Van Kuton-nf Memphis and Mr. 1 ;. Don ll:iines nf Wilmington, Dela. Mrs. Cortxelius SeluM'e.r, Mrs. Ola I.ce Willlford and J. w. Willifot-cl ha\'c i'otio to Memphis to attend a .Slstnley meeting. Dr. !-'rcd Child and Dr. C. L. Craig of nlylhevlllc and Dr. George Cone of Osceola left .Saturday, for I.itllc Rock to attend a incctlni;'' of Arkansas Slain Dental Association. They went In Dr. Cone's plane nd ]>lnn lo return lo their homes 'hnrsilay. Mr: and Mrs. w. A- Affllek'ahtl on. W. A- Jr., returned hoihe last light, from Phoenix, Ariz!, '.there Ur.s. Afflick 1 and son spent the Winter. Mr. Afllick joined them here two weeks ngo. Mrs. Cecil Branson, who returned here last veck. visited them in Phoenix, hc- 'ove i:oing lo San Francisco to be with her husband Dr. Branson; USN. for three weeks. Dr.-Branson transport surgeon on Hie 1 ship General Collins, operating between San Francisco ami the Orient. Russell Phillips Jr., has 'returned , lioinc from Tuscon, Arl/,.,'he was a student, at Southern Arl-/.- onn School for Hoys. Miss Edith George has gone' to New OrlL-uns for a brief vacation, followlnj; which she will go lo Dallas for the Summer market.' Mrs. H. K. Smith spent yesterday In Jonesboro with Miss Mary Katherine Hec^e. Lawrence Pi-uitt. Mrs. Peggy Hidgeway and Mr. and Mrs. Cook, nil uf Mc'inpliLs, huve been guests of Mrs. pnu J,'uo Pee.plos and. her thiughler, Uonnle Jc.i'.i L'reples. Ttiey came csppclally lor Miss Pee- iiles' graduation from Acmoiol High School. At The Hospital* BI.YTJIKVILLE HOSPITAL Admitted: Mrs. Essie Davis, 'My. Charles Sykes, Cape Glrardeau, Mo. li. Tunncr, Manila. Mis. Thomas Baxter, Portagcvillc, Mo. Hurl MaiiBruni. Manila. Mis. I/mis 'rillman, Tomato, Mrs. o. <:. .Johnson, city. Mrs. Jaine.'i ()'f'.(innon. clly. i-s. I 1 ). C. HolUngswiri.h, Coster, Missouri. MJS. James W. Hess, Hnllriml, Mo. F.dward Cialloway, I^:icnville. Dismissed: Mrs. Oils Wnodrldij" and baby, city. .). C. summers, Manila. WAI.LS IIOSl'lTAf. DlFiinlssed: . Mis. Myrtle Jenkins, Luxora. Mi::. Wilbur Kelly, ru. '>, city. Jiianila Willl:iin:i, lit. 1. r;(ty. Mrs. Charles Nichols, Kte.'lc. Mrs. Drville Thoinpson. city. Hill Marrn. Sleelc, Mo. Rubi'it Marrs, .Stecle. Mo. MI;THODIKT IIO.SI-ITAL, AH :M r n is Dismissed: Mrs. <>:ii'\ Pollard, Osccola. Airs. !•]. I 1 '. Moore, l.uxoru, Bombshell Sets Record ]Minncapolis to New York NEW YORK May 10. (UP) —Capt. Bill Odom landed Ijli Reynolds i Hnmbslicll plane at LaGuardia I Field at 10:23:40 a.m. EOT today, ' setling a nc\v record of .two hours, , 5r>, inliuitcs, 40 s'ccuncls'-ta): n iiun- ] sum illtfht Irom Minnea'i.cili.S; i The former record of three ho-irs jniic; 21 • inlnutcjj'-' vf«s set in- Odom I in tlie saiue.yplane on the'last lap of his recent-. i i ccoi'd i; -i'b'iiiKl-tlii> worlil fllghl, hi'which Milton Reynolds, millloiiaire , Chicago iwn maniifacturor und« owner of the plane, a converted A-iO !>ntnli:r, flew with him... •• i 54 State Police List 1,269 Arrests fw'April LITTLE ROCK, Ark. May 1!). (UP) — The- Arkansas Hitihwiiy Patral made 1,200 arie.*; ii\ Apvii, ncconllii" to a rep;»-i vpleu Gene McGuirc Hunch. Miss Turner (:; and .Mrs. Iluey chnirman. aver- cach loday. The number of arre?t"> ages about one a day- foi officer. A total nf 2> bt plc'i r'.itonio- biles was recovered, and 547 arl- vers tests \voi"j I'.ivfii, Ihe o-i lien In t>ie |;;.irnl Irstietl 3.- \ :<M warnings, nmrto 13980 lipht corrections .mil i'r.'ii-.l2;-fd ceivlco to Vll Dcrsons. M. Avlnlloii lias discovered that at •10,000 feet, an engine can ue alr- cooled Instead of liquid-cooled Meetings American Legion 'AuxllLu-y meet Ing tomorrow night, 8 o'clock, R The Hut for discussion of ,1'oppy Sale. liurdet^e-Parent -'Teadii'i 1 Asso- latlon will have final iiiccliiii! r.t ear Wednesday afteiuain al the ^ I 1 ™'' Boxer Short Sets for Boys Sizes 2-7 The TOT SHOP Osceo/o'Ncws Bujnrskl, assistant pastor, olfi- cltitlng.-" Mist ^Reeves* hns chosen Miss •MnuditetModingcr 3s her mniil ol honor* Jmd her bridfiyr.iau'.s will lie Miss Betty Woodson, now ai College.} Bristol: Miss Mary Sue •Rowe,- Miss Dortlia Binia-.i, nil of BlylhiMlle, and Miss Jean sliiup * of Pine Bluff, student at, . Aik"»- sas State College JuncslJ'ro where; j\flss Reeves also attends collegsi t Flowr girls will be Clara L/m Gilixn* 'and Mary Lee Thro. , Bill;0iloo;v will be Mr. Dodd'.s best hian and ushers will be Wade: Reeves Jr. Rudolph Vrskn, Bill St*mric and John Bruce Wilson, ." , A program of nuptial music will be.'" presented by Miss Hclma Jphnsfii, vocalist, aiicT Sistor M. IJelorus; organist. Senior Parties Planned For -Glasses and -Clubs * E\epl^ at Blytlievllls High School ' for Ihtfi week !>egan this morning with &• Southern School Assernl>ly spons&rtd by the Student. Council Tonyvrow afternocn, fram 4 tc 6 o'clock, a Home Economics C»vp- sy party will be held -it Walker Park lor all* members. A l^efl Pepper Club party tomorrow (light. 6 o'clock, will hiinoi senior* members of Ihe urbanization A Illness Education tslub part for al} .members will IK held fron 8 to Oo-'clock at llie Rustic Imi. There will be no social events Wedn'eiilay. Thursday afternoo from 6 ', to 8 o'clock, tiicre will be Glee ekib tea dance at th>; Woman's Club. \ \ Otlijer private parties honoring various .members of the senior claws will DC given this week. Blytheville Girl Elected To High Office atHcndrix CCNWAY, Ark., May 10—Miss sories mid a corsage of U!MK notions. Forrest Stanfield of lAixom was Mr. Pcrmcntcr's best ssian. Following n brief wctliiip^ ti'ii). r. and Mrs. Permeiilcr will ma!:e . icir (home in Luxora. i Miujhu Slownrt, BlyUiovillc, a J«»- Mrsj Pei mentor was qrn-.lualcd ibr'v'istudent in Hcmlrlx College 1 - - the Hen- Hank drix Student Senate in n meeting of the group last week. She wil ?erve for the 10-17-19-18 school yea; 1 She succeeds Miss Helen Morris Heuer springs. Miss Stewart is the daughter the Rev. and M'" S . AIlpu D - Stewart Ulytheville. The Hov. Mr. Slcwar is pastor of the First Methadis Church. Ulytheville. and before be Ing transferred there last Novembe! he wns pastor of the First Mnlho dist Cliurch. North Little Rock. rom Blytheville High School and wns elected secretary of •ns employed at Fnrmev':; nd Trust company hero Zor home me. Mr. Permenter was EnuTti- .ecl froni Luxcrn High school und a veteran of service in the Nr.vy urlng the war. I VIrs. Elknis Hostess o CBC Club, Guest Mrs. O. O. Elkins entertained Fri- ay afternoon for members of the CBC Club and anonlhcr tut-sx, Mrs. loss Moore. Mrs. R. A. CoiiclAiitl won hiijh core-prize in afternoon rook ccumps, second high went to Mr;;. Klkins and ' rooko to Mrs. Alvln Himly. The hostess served n sul-in plate with beverages for refreshments. * * * Visitor Complimented With Afternoon Party Mrs. Daisey Hicks of U>s Angelrs, Calif., houscgucst of Mv. and Mrs. B. F. Gay. was yuost of honm- Friday afternoon when Mrs, W. C. Catts | and Mrs. Herman Ccoss invited friends of Mrs. Hicks' f.iv biid'je fames at the Gales honw. Roses and peonies v.cvc attractively arranged hi entertaining rooms. Winner of high score pni:c fpr the afternoon wa-s Mrs. Emma Nolen. Second liigh went, to Mrs. M. Fitxsimmons and tho hostess piv- sented Mrs. Hicks \dt'u a i prize. A dessert course was served. Mrs. C. E. Dean. Mr.i.' Spencer driver and Mrs. HarryUri'/er were veekend quests of friencis and rcla- ivfs in Union City. Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wcrlji had us their'thls weei: Miss Miiry! Outlaw of Ulytlieville. Miss Lydia McDowoll ot Wnsh- iBton. D. C., is the hquscgueU this week of Mr. and Mrs.. R. C. Bryan. :; Mrs. Sybil Tolsom of Fart'Sitilth' s Ihe Ktiest of her d.iughter. Mrs;' :t[llph WoodrnlT, and Mr. Wond- :ulT, for two weeks. Condition of Mi's. Lee Maxwell. n'ho has licen 111 In the Methodisi Hospital, whnre sliu underwent, a major operation, is mudi improved. She has bepn removed !o her ivtnc. Condition of Mrs; IjOd'n ^nilivaii Jr., wlio bus been undtir.joinK irrat- menl at Walts Hospital iu Hiytlic- ville. is much improved ami she Juts Picnic is Planned For Pupils Ready For Junior Hi$h The annual sixth grade promotion picnic for students enterini: Junior IliBh School next year from the four eity elementary schools will lie held tomorrow afternoon at Walker Park, Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, supervisor o[ elementary schools, said today. There will be 101 sixth grade students from Central, Lnnge, Sudbury and Ynrhra Schools as guests and .special guests will he W- H. Nlchol.siin. superintendent of schools; A. B. CJaldwell, Junior High principal; Mrs. K. p. I'Yy, lirinclpal <Jf Sudbury Hchool; Mr.s- K. E. Hardin principal of Langc School; Miss Sunshine Swift, principal of Central School; Miss Minnie Faster, principal of Yai'bio School, and members of the senior class who sponsored the elementary football teams during the second semester. Plans for the picnic were made al a meeting Friday at Sudbury .School. Committees arranging Ihe program were composed or the follow- ing'mothers of six grade students: Central, Mrs. .1. w. Raydcv, Mrs. | . E. Henry and Mrs. I,, n. Wade; lange, Mrs. Toby Long and Mrs. Bi R. Ifayes; Sudbury Mrs. Harold Wright, Mrs. Clifford Walkins, Mrs. H. N. Swearengen and Mrs- L. A. Daughcrty; Yurbi-o, Mrs. Coldwcll Beauty Shop 311 North Second St. Miss Stewart entered Hendri last September. She is a transfer student from Little Rock Junior College, where she received the Associate n! Arts diploma in June. 1946. Miss Stewart was May Queen al Jnyccc in l!HG. She has been aclivo in campns life since coining to Hrndrix. i been removed to her '.lomn here. ,)Mrij. Rny Conlcy his returned; lo l\ftr home in New Orleans after SijieudiuK 'several weel-.s heie ,,witl\ her : nfothcr. -Mrs. W. T. Ramspy. who has.becn seriously ill. CoiKlition of Mrs, Tongale. who has Ijeen ill, is much improved. ..Mr. mill Mrs. W. D. Kclluy end danghtcr, Hosemary, of \Ve_st Mem-- phis, visited friends her') yesterday. Miss Lillian Patterson bar. relum- ed to her home, after spending the weekend wilh her sistev. M's^ I.'jn- etta. Pnttcrson, in Memphis. R^i'S., n. W. GclclrcicI; has ar, her BueSt: : this week her j-lsiev, MIES Margaret Philhour, of Chlcasii. congress. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Biitl«rie:k spent Memocrs of tho DAH board of Saturday and Sunday !ii Menipliis, manasement already have voted where Mrs. liutteriek consulted e. j unanimously agninst any cluingc.' specialist. | They followed the recommendation' Mrs. Q. T. Cone of oiiydov, AvI:., i of a special committee Which was i s the gui-st of Mr. aivl Mrs. S. O. named last year to study rental Lockart on North Elm. St. 'policies afler one faction, backed Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Nailling and by former Rep. Clare Boothc Luce. Mr. rmd Mrs. R. M. Fletcher and H.. Conn., moved lf> place the mat-. daughter, Ethelyn •.^.tended the ter before the congress. I Colton Carnival in Me-.nnhis Friday. Moss Bryan Presents The Unusual Gift For Both Boys and Girls at Graduation THE GIFT SHOP IO, 1 ! East Wain Street . you need the grace of mermaid — -and 'a figure to match '. Start a course Gyroclucmtr witli us time suit season ! * WE BUY * WE SELL USED FURNITURE JIMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. 313 K. Main I-hone 2487 : for swim The Cool Way to Lose Weight is . . . Gyroduc/ng Phone 2592 for Appointhvanr Caldwell Beauty Shop 311 North Second St. Listen to Showers of Blessings Over KLCN Tomorrow Morning at 8:30 a.m. Sponsored by CKurrh of The Nazareiie DAR Opens Convention; Americanism is Keynote : SICK WATCH?! WASHINGTON. M^y 19. (UP)— Thn Daui>liter.s ol the America: Revolution oprn llieir SGth tmull:'. congress here tcithiy. plcrtRoil B pre-convcntioti action t<» continll their whitc-nrtlsts-only policy renting Constitution Hull. Some 1 ODD mnnbrrs in nddUi to tlie moiT llian '.i,880 official il egales mill alternates Railieretl hi for the T>.\R's first convention I the capita) since before the wa "Americanism" was the ke.vnotc tin? meet in j!. The Constitution Hall racial is is not. ckr.ectcrl lo come before tlv Now! New! /#tU HOME PERMANENT Delux* Kit with Profeistonal msric HAVE IT FIXED by EXPERTS .W.tch M«I Jewefay n- ^••f* b)r. inctt wbo knoMy' iww..,«» tow COM to ye*. DcUTCt7 •• AO W«rit«< ; ; GUARD'S \ mode casteri Here's why:The new TON! Professional Plastic Curlers are big (50& more curling surface). Hew Deluxe Kit $*j- witti ploilk curlers £ They're round, for easier winding, smoolhercurl.They're ribbfd so your hair'won't slip. They're re-usable, to save you money I Xtfill Kit. t<>iMo«( curlers . *1°° Rtgular Kit, fiber curlers . If You Want Loveliness -ALL OVER- Let our masseuse ... GenHy but Effectively Roll Fat Away! THE BEAUTY CLINK WOODS DRUG STORE Ml W«t Main Phono 507 1st Nat'l. Bank Bldg. Phone 3274 THE CBSM SWE; Ijtrun^. UXmUH, In. (iMtt- Giils who wear Clinics Don't turn into cynics — they're never 'too tired' lor a di Tfiey just breeze thru the day Jhen go out to pfoy best buy Cliaks before it's loo lalel •••'•• Contiguous Shows , KvtM-y Day . Box Office Opens 1 :4 Show vSlartii 2:00 '^ LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:<I5 ]>.m 4:30 p.m. Time Today The Showoff with Rcil Hkclion, JM.irilvn M;ixwell Paramount News and Shorts Continuous Showiing Fvcrj'day Tuesday and Wednesday Swell Guy wilh Sonny Tuffs and Ann Hl.vlh Sdecled 'Short Subjects Continuous Showing: Everyday While Kid, Wall Toe Last White K'k '"A/ S*? ! **r \/iJ \\Vhitc Buck / r ^/% * // ^,/ & if While Klk R;ulrtlc . . ' AH Official Clinic Styles Box Office Oni'tK at 6:30 Opens .Sunday 1:00; Slarls t:l. r . C'untiiuioiis Shows Silt, and Ku'.i; ain Nijlil Every N'igbl Kxrept Salurday No passes honored on Sunday al the Kn\v. Last Time Today Prideof the Marines wilh John r.arfirlil. Klr.inor Parker Fox News & HrK-cleil Short Sabj«l' Tuesday and AVedncsday DOUBLB FEATIIRK /Also in White Klk IJIuchcr I,il7.V I?«l»! S g<)5 BHLlSKSm * f ^£T»\ TRdlUKSIOI- ^^ >a •!»

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