The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 23, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 23, 1947
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PAGE TWO BI.YTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1947 Phone .|f.l Cafcfornian Honored At iParty This Morning jMrs. Barham Hostess With Bridge Luncheon Prepare for Poppy Sale Art Informal morning party giveh today by Mrs. R: P. Knsh-i fellow nieinhers of a bridge el ner 'at Wtf-Hdme' Ytvrtrrb Road j and another (jiiesl, Mr.-i. Rayino complimerited Mrs. William Hunter Qf I* n B B^ach, Calif., iioure- euest ol Iier daughter, Mrs. K. n. Gce.^and family. Guests were 16 of Mrs. Hunter's , Elythevillc friends, w.ho were entertained In a .setting of Stmng floors. C Nafru-ene Women Meet Foi' Mission- Program ' Tfte Women's Foreign Missionary Sociity of Firel Church ot the Nnzii- reno met Wednesday nftcrnooti nt Uic 'ehurcli for n weekly missionary » Mj's. Alvie Jarrott gavi th.^ scripture/ reading, taken froin the fifth chapter of Matthew, .ifter Mrs. Harold irhomuston opened tin meeting with prayer. Mrs. Mildred Ktebie- son-gave the devotional, bused on the. *15th chapter of tin? 'Path of Prayer." Mrs. Ray Whiio presented a talk on missionary obllg.iil>ns. Mrs. O. A. Dunlve^ preskiC'J at the "business session and the closing prayer was given Uy Mrs. Ge;)J,te. Harrington. MVs. Harold Thompson aid Mrs. Ray, White of Hie Youn^ Women's Missionary Society..W-T: guests. Mrs. Foster Hostess "With Bridge Luncheon Mrs. P. D. Poster enterlalnei: , yesterday witli ti bridge luncheon ill Hotel Noblij'i for miimbcrs of Tlniisday Con'lnxct Cliii). when Mrs; M. A. Isaacs was also a Cvintcrinif tlie' table fit which gucAs were scakd was an nltrae- tivei floral arrangement in n low \ crj'stal bPKl, . Mfs. Ttelcr'-'lield litgli score In r afternoon games mud second high •wenj to Mrs. ire'rtry Ilumphieys. Mr|. Shane Entertains Bri3ge"-ClublTvvo Guests »-.-??--. T .'^-' was hostel final wrekly of.Mld-Week Cluli bel'-iri. parHcs arc discontinued during Suijmer when she entert.p.lnvi witB n. luncheon at Iier'. home 1CO{ West, Main St. . : lifiss Blllette Trombla or Lin cohj, Nebr., houscgucst of Mi andj Mrs. Hurry \V. Hnhies, Mr.\ IjOtilsc Slrackc were _ 8 other than cii't) memhen. ' . Iconics, pansies and bi'.lc irisjs dceorateil Ihc homo. Guest were served a two-course .lunch eonj; Mrs. M. O. Usrey won hig scoxe prize in bridge, games nn necdrid high went to Mi's. B. Mrs. Russell Bnrliam entertained of a bridge eluh ,on<t Schmuck, with a bridge luncl-.i'on yesterday at Hotel N'll;'. 1 . Tills was the last parly Mrs. Barham will give for Ihe club before she moves with Mr. nadinai nnd their daughter, Miss Wnuda Uur- ham, to Colorado Si>riiv;'i, Col.i., In early Summer. The three-course Inric'ncun wns served at a table KMl-jml wllU l»wl of iinnsles. In aftcriioon garn^s. Mrs. I/. 15. linker won high score prize and brldgo went to Mrs. Jodie Nairn, Thursday Luncheon Club Guests of Mrs. L B. Gee Members of Thm-iday Luncheon Club and two other eiiie^ts, Mrs. H C. Sims nnd Mrs. William Hunter »l l/>ng Brach, CaMl., were iMitPi-tiilnri 1 yesterday when Mr.i. Hunter': daughter and hostess -.invc n lunch eon at Ihe dee home on lfi|;hwci; (il North. Hoses and peonies w?rr: elVL'cUvel arranged for decora'.ions, Mrs. v C. W. Aillick \v,m hlnh -tear prl/c in afternoim giinict; and ::ce ond went li> Mrs. Hyro.i Moist Bits of News P&tiatta-l Judge and Mr:-;. it<:l.-.:'.'l c. fill 111! ill CM'l-l'la l"lli- :l. Jommeni:nnc-nt c.Vfii-iM-:; '' ; ilgh school I'raduntiiP', c -I.;- -.'. vlileh Ihiir niece. K'i'..:> 'iggl ,s salnlaloiian. Lynn \V. ilrinvn. ]iiv.sidrnl •lylhevllle Ass-j:i:i!inn of Life lerwrllers. Is in I.iltle Hm ''f. lay uttcndiJii: the annual i ales Congress a( ):tm-l "a which is siioii'iored hv Art:.- i'late A!;s»;'l:itinn cl Lite 1 V'- writers. Mr. and -Mrs. ("'.. V. I):v.'.:i '.'.'i- Memphis yeslerrlay. w!n-r. v Haws fOllSllllerl :i 111 ' Mr. and sou. Hilly, '.lam T. CookvlMf Holt's mother and Sllerjti' William 1 Roland C liven Mid nicnlc lit It(irj;i':.hi): JmUie Cy Kond. CiiM.- Judge, was ho:-;l. 'Mrs. Joe "ill and !i lihis. fornu'rlv of P.1 | visiting friends run! r Mrs. 'William Hunter h two weeks here us uiu'i.t (lauiihler. Mrs. )•-. 11. Or. :' ily. She will then vi: i! ami return hr-ir lat,;r. At The Hospitals IH.YTHEVIIXK HOKl'lTU. Admitted: Mrs. Benjamin ivy. Pasnnla, Mo. Charles Sallba, Stecic, Mo. S. W. White, city, l.uolla McCanlcsr;, city. Mrs. Essie Davis, city. Jirth.s: Born to Mr. mill Mrs. \V. 1; Jonclas. city, n son. :his;. WALLS HOSVIl'AL G. H. Green, Huffman. ''Imty t,\ S m:i<U- by dis nl v.'oi 1 !: in < Jilytln villi C-.liMI 1' in abled veterans across the nation, three of when »•• "' >i>e government iiospitals will uo on sale ' with member;: of Uic American I .onion Anx- ill I, f M live 'of Thi'c c Complimented At PhcbeE'i's Party Two members of Phcbr'avi Siir.tlny School Class of First Baiili.U Church ami fi inicst wore honored last niislit when the class met with Mrs. L. H. Hay and osnmond. co-hostess. ' T u ij •: n i MIS. c. E. Piicic, who win mow, To Hear Manila faster >on to M"im>his. was presented nndkcrchicts ami Mrs. J. T. Sykc-i. The ficv. Martin Hir-rlmim. r> •hose home was destroyed by fire | O] - o j- Manila MoI'mi'lK' C'lin: ills week, was presented mlsc'.'l-| will present, the lincrnlaumiti' ;• iiicnns tjift.s. Mrs. G. W. Ross. nio-|, nnn f or irrndiiiitinT :--lndent: her nf Mrs. Hay. observed hei'.T^^i fjnnc School at rei'vler"; KL 5th birthday and was presented a c | nv „, 2 ^0 In I hi- rtymn-isSim ir the sale will go to i ji ; who air disabled and | " oi iln'ir families, and to servimiien who Hindi! r:rir'u-e during the iml II. •:t(li|llartfr;; in Hly- :irt up ill front of . wi[.: Mis. Marvin LV.I- and tin- sail.' of jc-'.in at II a.m. Muiii|ihr(!y, in charge ;iti]i()Uiu:i'(l the lol- 1; , :tncl ihcir locations .'.Inn- i!n-y wi!] diroi-t. the sales. I' Ol'fU-c Mrs. C. S. B<l|r- -.rt I. mil Mrs M. A. Middli'ion; 1 aniar; Haul; and Trust Co.—Mrs. llub /s Entertained 3y Miss Blanche Cicero OSCEOT-A, Ark., M 17 23—Mirs Blanciie Cleere enlcrlii'iiivl yr.s- 1 ierdny afternoon at. lie: 1 home. 400 South Pearl St.. with a bridge party for members ot n fwir- :ablc elnb nnd other quests. Miss Emma Cox v/nn .lirst pri/o in afternoon games and consolation went to Mrs. 'J. H. Iiovpwsl!. Garden (lowers -.Utiv.clively dec- orate'd the home. Miss Hill to Receive Master's Degree June 12 Miss Betty Jean Hil, daughte:- of Dr. 12. V. Hill, will receive her Master's degree in music June 12 from the University of Michigan. Ann Arbor- Miss Hill has presented her graduate recital in voice. She sang Ron RespeHi 1 ' Woif-Ferrail; "Prau- enltcbe nnd-I,eben" (Song Cycle)— Schumann; "II pleure dans mon cacur me" and "O'est, 1'cxtnse ' al1 - gcureuse" by Debussy; Depuls le Jour, from "Louise" Charpentier. three pastoral songs ."I Will Cio With Father A'plo^inp,", "Cherry Valley", and "I Wish nnd I Wish". and "Tin 1 Fuscliln Tree", "Blow. Thou Winter Wind" Rosier Qviilter. lie was accompanied' by Robert rciulerson. etp,ht I,, llniscll and Mrs. Mike Me I'oney; First National Unnfc—Mr> 13. W. Burks and Mrs. loffie Scru Twenty Kills from Hlythevill Jimlcr Ilifc'h School will assist th Auxiliary by haiullini; sales on th streets. Poppy Day sales vvill also <:t>inli[i:lfMl lumorrow in Os<'2oUi, I.uxora, Reiser and Wil'i'.i.-l. Sales in j Huiiili Mis:»ls;;l]>pl Coiiniy aiv bchir; j Jcanliy sininsoied tnis year "oy tlirrj Amerieiiii Legion and Vc'.e.-ans of Von-ign Wars Auxiliaries of Ost-ji i... Mis. .liinmie Hiiss, i:l't-suU?n" <:', the l.vijioji Auxiliary. SIIK! l'""'s have been eomplelcd tor th? |>:>ppy IThlS siili'S, which are expected to reatn a ni-vv hmh there. Italians Ask De Gasperi To Form New Savermnent 'Kiiy C3. lUi") - Alcide de vi Vilio:; 1 ! resignation preei;:! T-^U-':- e"binet crisis todu d :i :nit:d unnninionsly b; political parties r.i il.f.i i ' 1 I'e-'ii'Vni r;n:i o de Nieola tc: ".]it la receive :i mandate to fora , fr.urtli government, ill's. Cecil Shane ycsfcrday with the Mrs. Henry p up j/ s o f /. OS -J C Hi by tlie elnss. Mrs! E. C. Brown, a K»esl, opened the iiirrtl:ii! with prayer and Mrs. Victor Slilweil eave the dcvo- lonnl. 'Mrs. Harvev Chaiiman. iirns- denl. conducted Uie session. 'Mrs. Tlirndni 1 <>'Tjor'iin sar.i: a SO;IK she had written, "The nod and Reel." iA covered dish supper was served to Hie Sf> memers and finest. 1 ; nresent. * - * Mrs. Numi Entertains Ocette CUih, Guest Mrs. Lov Welch won liiph scovn bridije urizc yeslevday afternoon when Mrs. Marvin Nunn enterlain-I ed with thn weekly Ocletle Cl'.ib. party at her home. 611 West Wai- nnti'st. ' A* anics! other than rlub members was Mrs. Robert Grimes, who won second high. I The home was attractively dcen- rnted willi roses, peonies nnd'sniin- driLpon s In varied shades. Refreshments were served. • - • »{r. and Mrs. Robert ReeOer, Mr. CaruthcrSYille Coupfc am* Mrs. Bill Boone, Mr. and MIS. I Married in May Ceremony Jolfn McHtncy Jr., and Mr. and Mrs- Karl Wnilcnpfuhl were hosts | M| sr . pecffy Westbronk. dausl'-ter and hor.tcsses last night for the of Ml . nm i M rs. .!. II. Wi-slbrook »' 20^ Century Club supper dunce cnrulhnrsville. Mo., became !ne at ^The Hut. I bride of Jnmes Ulxon. son of Mr- V^ses of mixed flowers decorated nllri Mrs Max E. Dixon ot Oiiro- ' Gradnntion rxr-rrl.w, \vili '»" Iv'l UIB following Wcdnr-rlav. Mav ''::. at 8:30 p.m.. when Phllln -1 '' • MIsslFSlpnl MiiiervlKOi 1 of ;r!ici;-l>, will be Ihe jii-ini-lpa; sp'-nk'-r. Mrs. R. Tl. Crnljr will pbv piwe---- slonals and ]Tces. | :loniili for Lio'!t peri'ices and will IIP In ch:irr:e of the music profrrain. T. A. Rouiland will I'ive Ihe i;i- vocallon at- Ilaccnlaurente "eri'-ic •'; and the Rev. R. n. C'r:u ; ; will i-.ive the benediction ,i<ini"s L. M.i'!-..". will inlrodnce Ihe sii'Ml:<".'. 1'Yedia Finclier will make Ihe Viil- edlctovy address ai. rnm'-i\evireiniv'' exercises and Marie linni innrl. I I salutatory address. .1. V L ''.'•• ••: ".il present- diplntnas wliil; 1 1!,^ l\'-" Ml-. Claie will fiive Ihe luvn ::-!.i::-and Mr. Hourbnd. the IIIMH d:e!t^' 'fhtf.n Arc Hostesses Vi'ifff Drop-in Today f:j C'Fi.'I-A. Ark,. May '.>'].--Mrs- H. 1-iiinl-. Williams, Mrs. William •tinned" and Mi--;. I!. .1. i \v< 11- lui:,tr;sr'S ti'.is mi>rn- !i[) nirmbers of til. 1 \ounr? i;!v.ini with an inlorniMl compliment ill|; Mrs. 11. D. '.'.-Ki win Miss Mary Tfar- illihKKi licl'ore her recent <•. 'I 1 ; iey eiiU'LlAineil at the ^' ci.unlry .'Minn* on Tligh- .\'o:1!l. :>ii(sl. r>f honor was .»i'c- a ci>r:vi<:e '>f white cirna i:d lilies of tin; valley. i it::i-s anil iimk roses dcc- <-nl!>i lainin^ rooms. Tht tabl" was centered will net nf VfHmv I'lies and I vvi-rs iin'a:u:'.Ml w-i'.h yellov 1'iimuv; iu siive;- holder H.'iM-cy Mears, Mrs. ,lctt; and' Mrs. .1. L. William \l thi.'. table. W;ij Bo Held Sunday • j The p.-mi-sei)! County. Mo.. Sin i iir: citnveiillnn null Mount 20ith Century Dance Held at Lesion Hut Mrs. Johnson Hostess OSCEOLA. Ark.. W. R. .lohnr.011 enli lable cliil) and Mrs. W. V. Ali'xn afternoon at her lionv^ ;\i ~>1< Johnson St. Mrs. Jnsper Tlwinni-cin lieinl Courier News Want Adj.. SICK WATCH7I store v/ill be closcc Monday,Mny Mdss Bryan Presents The Unusual Gift For Both Boys and Girls at Graduation THE GIFT SHOP 103 East Main Street Musical From ADAMS' Record Bar All Your Favorilos ibert Merrill—Kwt-etliFart of Allun .lotics—The Donkey Serenade .lose llurlii—1'olonaise Marian Anderson—Ave Maria Uuiiny Berittan—I C'an'l flet Starlet Benny tiuudmaii—Sintf. SinK, Sine dulse ArinstroiiR'—It Takes 'rime' obniiy llfsmoml—Cluilty Heia'Uc—1 Know 'ex Hem-lie—The Hlucs of the I(e< i,nl Man lie three Suns—Twilight Time 'lie Three Suns—Beatrice mis nf the Pioneers—No One T Oy Ti> 'CX-AS .lim KubertsoTi—I.JiuI, Sky and Water '.Itini llritt—Tim Tirtrt tn Care Dusideers HAVE IT FIXED by EXPERTS Watch and Jewelry repairs by men who lyiow at low cost to you. Dolivery on AH \Vork>! GUARD'S 1 Association meeting ?r nnnni'l dt-r-oratlnii and Alcil^n'-J n.iy Singing will l)f held Snnd:- :ii Aiiinnf 7,lon Cniictery. one m CIKI o: ijtele. Mo. 1! n. I,, smith, president of :.' ^hi!;in-. urganl/allon and S. U Akls-• you. .MTp-laiy of Ihe Cemelery A.«- Knri:ition, in nniioiinring the joint. mr--'i in-;, snitl Mn i injblii' "vas invili\l. 'i hi•!•<- will bn a covri'ed-dish luncr.- enn. - f-'BSB d Sown While, Elk Uu'i- Sole Made of Finest All Lcnlhcv $5.50 RCA VICTOR Boxer Short Sets for Boys Sizes 2-7 The TOT SHOP * WE BUY * WE SELL USED FURNITURE JIMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. , 113 E. Main Thone I* ADAMS APPLIANCE Co, J. \V. A(!;ims, f'hone 2071 ^06- Contimiotis. Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Slai'l!! 2:(IO LISTEN TO KI.CN 8:00 a.m. 1Z:45 p.m 4:SO p \V. Main The tiridc wore whit c "Iha table from which the supper | h( ,,. sv |ric. In a ceremony May wn^ served: The fireplace was bnnK-' ft ^ jj lc ^| C thodisl parsonage in I 1 cd'with red roses and. burning eott wb{te candles in crystal holders r.ddcd to" the setting. Quests Included Mr. and Mrs. Wifiiam .1. Rigney of Excelsior •;---" M , Piltsl j,,,,,,^,, Srirjngs. Mo.. honsc^uesU of their '"-*•""" • daughter. -Mrs. Gilbert Hammock, nnd Mr. Hammock; Mr. and Mrs. Firhinn Bynum. A'.len Stacv. Miss Jinfc Gosnell, Mr. and Mrs. iBornarcl Oriliam. Mr. and -Mrs. David Boone If) street rlrcss with red accessories and her shoulder corsage was or rod her attendant. Hud i-'.orcr was tridegroom's best man. Mrs Dixon was graduated year from Caruthersvil'.e (1 School. Mr. Dlxon. who served ^^^^-^^^£IS^ narito Miss Nan Pace of Marked Southeast Missouri httuc Trrie, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Caraway Cape Olrardcnu. and Mr. ana Mrs. d'.en Johnson. will make their U.Is lB.i In rl Mo., where home. C THIS SPOT BUY YOUR Nil AT YOUR OWH PRICES Now/ BARGAIN BUY! Last Time Today Two Years Before * the Mast willi Alan I.;uM Paramount News and Selected Shorts Continuous Showling" Evnryilay 16 PIECES lorgo ^2 bolttc now only nrr. uooply-EcctUcil 'colojr.c:- Tor luxurious refreshment moinin;:, noon and uighl. Three new scents—Moonvinc liniKjiict, Summer Lilac Douijiicl, Floral S|iicc—in bolllcs tbat make perfect gifts. Gel several nov," .-.nd save \ia\I'.. DRUG STORE 221 West Main Phono 507 Complete Furnishings For Your Bedroom SO095 Saturday Lone Hand Texan with Olinrles Starr oil Serial "Sun of <iuimlsnt:m'* No. tS ;nul Sliort Cont'd Shows Sat. l£:M to ll:3u nunday »nd iKotxlmt Cross My Heart with Hotly Iltillon ___ Purainuunt News and ShnrlffH Coiit'd. Shows Sun. I:l5-ll:0t> You Set: On Display In Our Show Window! Bos Office Opens at C>:30 Opens Sunday 1:30; Starts l:l"Continuous Shoivs Hat. anil Sun. Bargain Night Every Might l-ixcelll Saturday No passes honored on Sunday at the Roxy. 3 Piece Bedroom Suite Inncrspring Mattress Coil Springs 18"Round Wail Mirrof 9x12 Linoleum Rug 24"x24" Scenic Picture Boudoir Easy Chair 3 Pair Trimz Cmtains Beautiful Chenille Bedspread 2 Vanity Lamps Handy "Easy-Do" Clothes Closet ALVIN HARDY Furniture Time Today Love Letters ith Jennifer .Tones A- .Toseiih (.'ullcn SflcclciJ Short Subjects Saturday Colorado, Pioneers with Eddie TJean "Chick Carter" No. 2 Serial Cenl'd Shows Sat. l:;:30-ll:3» Kliort 113 East Main Phone 2302 Sunday and Monday Lost Weekend with Ray Mlllaml Fox News * Selected Short Subject C*at'a Slwn Son. t: 15-11 :f»

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