The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 22, 1947 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 22, 1947
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turn rouK BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1347 Emily Wixson, Society Editor Phone .Ifil ^i$e .Hpnored Shower,Party !i Mi! Young Princess Miss--Patricia Wise, brldj-rlect' o't,'Clarence Webb, was compli-i •ketitcd - wiUi one of i\ sener. of parties being given for her when Mrs T. B. O'Kcefe and Mrs. P»u! Greenwell were hostesses last night with a iniscelutneous shower. i The O'Keete country hcmn on Armorei Road .was the uct'.iii,{ for the event, which 46 guests attended. They included Mrs. Cii".V- ,vil!e Lawler of Memphis, Mrs. C^Keefc's daughter and lioiis-c- fcucst; Miss Billet le Trnmbii or . Lincoln," Nebr., houscguest of Mr. -and Mrs. Harry W. Haincs, ni.d Mrs. Robert I/HVC of Manila. ! Eccorating the home for ll.e occasion were arrangements of Ironies, roses in different shades, jncck orange blossoms <ii:el oilier flowers. , t When the guest of honor was presented her cif'- 1 '. which were brought to her by the hoste; she was crowned with a wreath of orange blossoms. The bri, elect's chair was marked \vith white satin ribbon bow. Sh-j was assisted In opening gifts by her mother, Mrs, Lloyd V. Wise, and the bridegroom-elect's incliicr, Mrs. Frank Webb. ' The Uabtc was laid with j>. lr.ce ^lotli and centered with a bowl of snapdragons in varied shade!:, predominated by the yellow flow- ts. A salad plate with coffee were served. ...' ,. .. ! Guests were entertained with yocal and p:ano selections by |rtiss Troinbla, vocal numbers by Miss Jane McAdams and piano selections presented by Mrs. Law- Mr. and icr. •;• ; The entertainment pro^rnr:! included unusual game contests which Mrs, K G. Reie'iel and Mrs. Fred Child won. Senior Socials Include Stag and Dinner Parties Rosalie Foimlnlnc. daughter of Mrs. Paul Founlainc of Hichmond, Cal.. lormcrly of Blythe\'i!le,. and granddaughter of Mr. an<i Mrs. Herb 'Isionpson of I31y- :hevil,e, was recetitly selected 1'ri]]- ccss of lUchnioiul in i\ city-wide contest. Mrs. Fountalne is the former Miss Pauline Thompson Sliidcnls Give Program At Langc PTA Meeting Sixth grade students or Lnnge School pre.scnled a ]>roi;r:nn for Lange Parcnt-Tcnc-hcr Association j members when they had their final ] meeting of this school term Tucs- ' day afternoon at (he school. The students' program was en- tilled "We A'.-e Graduating." "A glimpse into the future", the class prophesy, was liiven by John Morgan and William linynes presented a pinno solo. The entire class sang songs. Mrs. Charles Perm, retiring president, conducted the brief business session .Mis Glenn I.ndd discussed the PTA Convention held in Little Rock whicli she attended as a delegate. Mrs. pom wa.s presented a gift by the group. Officers for next year were ln- s-tallcd by Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, supervisor of city elementary schools. Mrs. I,add will serve as nit-sident and other officers will be Mrs. Harold Sudbury, vice president; Mis. John Sparks, second vice president; Mrs. Russell Hays, treasurer. Commillcc chairman appointed by Mrs. Ladd were Mrs. I,. J- X.eilei-, Mrs. Churles Penn, Mrs. LeRoy irmldlrsloii, Mrs, .John Miles Miller ami Mrs. liyron Moore. Mrs. J. C. Walsh. Mrs. Hen Harpolc, Mrs. Leon smith, Mrs. Alvin Huffman. Jr.. ;nul Mrs, It. I}. Van Ilooser. First and second grade rooms tied for room count awards. , | Bunco Parly Given i Bv Mrs. Richardson Bits of News Mostly. Pe*4o*«U Miss Rose Fu&scll of LUlle Rock arrived last night to spend a week here as guest of Mr. ;ind Mrs. W. E. Glllesple. Mrs. O. O. Harduway and 5011. Hugh 'nicker, and Mrs. rdith Reynolds, si>ent Tuesday in Memphis.' Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hunto'i of South Highway Gl have a> the: houscgucsts Mr. Hinton's siste Mrs. Arthur Dickerson of 'indl- anapolls, Hid., and Mr. Hunton's sister, Miss Dollle Hlctl of Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. D. P. Loflln and Elvf. poo have been called to Memphis because of Ihe serious illness o[ Ihclr sister. Mrs. Ted Mcdarh. Mrs. Clifford Councille was removed to her home here today rroni the Baptist Hospital in Memphis, where she underwent an operation several days ago. Mrs. Mary Aline Keith returned Mrs. Cnggcr Hostess To Tuesday Bridge Club Mrs Monroe Grain played bridge Tuesday altcrnoon with members of TUMday Bridge Club when Mrs. Charles Crigycr entertained the Group. Tlii> Criggcr home, 80t West Walnut St., was decorated with roses and peonies. Mrs. L. K Old won high .score pri/.e in games and Mrs, 'Lloyd Slii'kinon held second high. The hostess served nn iced course. Club Is Entertained By Mrs. Otto Scrape When Mrs. otto Scrape entertained Tuesday nililit with a 'ii<'Ke p;irty fur Club Eight, all members were present. The home was attractively de- coraled with peonies, roses and Dutch irises for the occasion. Mis. Charles LaiiRSton won high score prize and, second high went lo Mrs. Jesse White. StrawnTies, ice creVnn and cake were served. • • • Mrs. Brooks Hostess Opal Faye Hoe Honored At Miscellaneous Party Miss Opal Fayc Noe, bride-elecl, of Herbert Adklns of Manila, was [ nt Lcachville Elemenlaiy School for honored Monday night at a miscel- j graduating students, II was an- laneous shower party given by Mrs-1 nounccd today by L. V. Norman, C. L. Smith of Lcachville. I superintendent. i This was one of a scries of par- I Dr - Paul E - Couch of Arkansas ties being given for the bride-to-be, I stilto College will present the class is the daughter of Mr. and , address. | Prank I. Noe of Lcachville. I The music program win include wedding will l>c solemnl/ed . "Hall Arkansas" and "When Vacation Comes" by the class, processional "March On," and recessional,] "God of Our Fathers." • | "When the Teacher Comes" is a poem to be given by Tiielm.t Gibson and "June," a poem which Oren' Mangruin will present. Class awards will be made. who Mrs. The June i. Roses from the hostess' garden were featured hi decorations, with these on low tables in the living room w'hilo mixed flowers decorated dining and sun rooms. Mrs. Stanley Hancock received box stationery for best advice to .the bride "in a contest. Mrs Noe was presented a pottery vase for c\-n- pleting a poem regarding bridal couple. Assorted glits were given the guest of honor by the 24 present. Strawberry shcrbert, and «<ke were served by the hostess, assisted by her daughter, Frances. Leachville Grade School | Plans for Commencement i Exercises wW be held tomorrow' To I n- Town Members Mrs James Guard won high ,„ i ^ _ prino Tuesday ni^ht when she broadcasting freedom fron ; Blylheville High Sclioil scnicr social events this week include a '"stag" -party last nignt at. Rustic Inn piven by Hosco Cratton anil J\lax \YJllinnis and a party complimenting 28 seniors Monday nielli at the W.-M. Williams homi given by Mrs. Williams and Mrs. E. B. Wood- Son in_bonor of their son ;:mt dangii- ter, Bill Williams anrl Julia Anr Svootlson, and Uan ^aidwel!, ' Guests at the supper night held inl the private dining rcom a hustic-'-Inn, were 14 bovs. Ro^co the sonrof Mr. and Mrs. Rosco Crafton arid 'Max, son of. Mr. and Mrs. . J. M. Williams. '{ Amusing games were Jcalii'-ed at ills party given by M,-;;. Williams pud Mrs. Woodson. T!i-:•;,' iuchit^d [ n "tre^ romance con^st", "Jndlriii penny;^contest", game c-mtcst of I Vcollcge and occup:nio:i'. and a senior' .spelling contest in which [be players represented letter.-, tied aroundl their, necks. Boy.* were the champion spellers. ,-Thc f,'rou ; > also playcdi,"cootle.". Prizes wei-e awarded winners In each • A two-course dinner was s?rved at! small Cables, *;corate<l williSpi-Ing : flowcrg/, which were also placed in tirrangemenls throughout the home, i For dinner partners, they matched girls' and boys' paper faces. • Refreshments of popcoin and cold drinks were served throughout •he eyjnings with opronecl juniors ,Tack Horner and Billy Bob Elliott acting-as waiters. •Dessert Bridge Given For;La Nueva, Guests . Miss, Anita Fay Beck entertained (Tuesday night with a de-sscrl bridge ;for members of La Nueve Club and .two ,'olher guests. Miss Billette •Trombla of Lincoln, Nebr., house- KUest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. 'HRlftcs, and Miss Molly Guard of .Elizabeth, N. J., guest of her parents. Dr. and Mrs. James I. Guard. ] "Vacc's of red and white roses and ihojiejjucfclc decorated the liomc- j When bridge wa.s played, irroi-e prize went to Mrs. John W jThomas and Mrs. Melvin Hnlscl jwon second high. ' Refreshments of strawberries will jcakc .Vere served. Mrs. Razer Hostess To Business Women The IJusincss Women's Circle Eifhl of First Kaptist Church met Monday night with \lrs. Marvin Razer. Mrs. W. J. Rodgcrs led opening pi-ayer for Ihe eight members present, and missionary reports wore presented during Ihe brief blLsiuess sessioli, at which -Mrj. Jesse Buchanan presided. .Mrs. Charic.s Evans taught the ^ lesson, taken from the second 15 chapter of the Missionary study Book. "WMU at Work." Mrs. .Buchanan dismissed the group. Refreshments were served. Mrs. H. Richardson wru I'os- today from Jonc.sboro, where she went Monday night to attend Commencement exercises at Arkansas State College. While In Joncsboro. Mrs. Keith was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. llandrel JSIinstnn amt daughter, Miss Nonmi Pearl Johnston, member of the graduating class. Mr. and Mrs. T'. J. Barnes have cturncd home after spending a our-month vacation in Florida and lavana, Cuba. They toured both East and West Coasts of Florida and Central Florida, visiting interesting spots and friends and rel.i- .ives. including Mr. Barnes' broth-! er, T. L. Barnes, and family. They DAK Convention Urges went to Havana bv plane. '** * u nf AS* Mrs. Earl Stable'r of Comvay is Congress to KCCf) VV-ACs spending a few weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Cook, WASHINGTON. May 2->. (UP) — ind family. tcwi last night lo member.; of the Hi-llo club with a bunco patty Guests other than club member were Mrs. James Nebhut (ind Roy cnnllingnani. Mrs. Herm.i) May won high score pri/.?, bin co went to Mrs. coy Goodson an< low to Mrs. Richardson. On European Jaunt Two l.ux'fra men, Alvin L. Cooper seaman fir.'.t son of Ecld H Cooper, nnci Joe D. Hudglns, seaman first clars. son ol Egbert Hudgins, are at present serving aboard the cruiser USS Wi!kcs-l!jirrc which Is on a cruise in European waters, the Navy announced today. 1 i>l;(vrtl bridge with members of Tri-Town llriduc Club at the home or the ho.ste«, Mrs. J. Mcll lirooks. Jr. I Mrs. James Tcny won second high. Pink and while peonies and sweetheart roses cflcc-lively decorated the home. > I llcfore names, the hostess served a dessert course. the Daughters of the American ({evolution urged that t'.v: Women's Army Corps be made a permanent part of United States pt'i'.cctime army. The DAR also called on Congress („ p:x5s i CB isl;Uion n.vsi:i-ini; radio f-nvrrn- ment censorship or co'iii.roi. These two resolutions headed a list of 21 endorsed by delegates to the congress as their follow ir.eni-. hers queued up in long lines ati tellers booths in the Jay-Ion? balloting for new officers. The congress endo/sed pending; legislation which would establish I In? WAC.s as a comp^nrnl. of t!"!O regular army and orgir.izcd reserve corps. This wns in response to a bit of lobbying by Gen. Dwlcht D. Eisenhower, Army chi:f or tlair, who suggested such -icLiwi to the delegates when he addressed the DAR convention Monday night. Tomlinsons Will Move To Houston June 75 Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tomlinson have purchased a home in Houston. Texas, and the family plans to move there June 15. Mr. Tomlinson, a commercial air lines pilot, has his headquarters iti Houston, from where Mrs. j Tomlinson just returned after a j brief stay with him. She joined him in New Orleans before going i to Houston. Mrs. Tomlinson and two children, Betty Lou and John Franklin Jr.. have made their home at 1105 • He^rn St., for several months. ' uMrs. Tomiinson is the 'former Miss Vclma Crafton. Miss Coofcc Hostess To Luxora Book Club LUXORA, Ark., May 22 — Miss Eva Cooke entertained member.s of the Luxora Book club in her home Tuesday night. Roses and peonies were attractively arranged in entertaining rooms. Mrs. Tom Calhs Introduced Mrs. W. E. Hunt of Osccohi as guest reviewer, she reviewed, "Mrs. Mike" by Benedict and Nancy Frredman. Three newly elected members Mrs. A. B. Hill, Mrs. John Ford, and Mrs. Anccl Montgomery, ft/H initiated into the club. Out of laivii guest uas Mrs. M. C. Cooke, Sr., mother of the hostess. At the close of the mcctiiiB guests were served strawberries, ice cream and cake. Read Courier Mews want, Ads. Men, Women! Old at 40,50,60! Get Pep «!<?,! after 10 — wlien boily'lp uccuu^o Jacklni: Iron also *u[>[>l?ini>iiun! C3[rliiin- [vij<^|>riorin, \Kjiiiln Hi. A Jnlilinc-UKeil iloctor M>"ra1iicu,r\^'iu(>if' S ''"'-''"'"" *"" "'"' c; " rn^'S^h^^'^"^'""''^'' 1 '"' tor sale at nil dtu« KtorciVvcrr-^--"' 13 V " y dal WHEN FEET KURT, YOU HURT ALL OVER! Durnkii£. Helling, chafing. pt'r I UK Io u L cji ii m u k« your \ body fL-tl inlsrr.ihlo. 1-Iven :, Iti your Inc^. Wtiy .snrici.' 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