The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 26, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 26, 1947
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, MAY 26, Emily Wixson, Society Editor Phone 461 Miss 'Abbott Honored With 1 -Luncheon Shower A large paper tiered wedding Party at Little House Given for Lango Troop Girl Scouts of even', of Lunge Ti"o|> cake, tapped with miniature figures spent Friday night in tin; Lnue of a -bride and bridegroom, was House at Walker Park whon they filled with gifts for Miss Billle Jean Abbott, bride-elect-Of Utlio Barnes, when Mrs. Gean Atkinson enter- tained'with a luncheon and line" shower" complimenting Ihc hiidc- to-be Saturday at her home on Barlicld ' Road. The'-^e guest-s were served small ;jables, centered with rosebuds. Roses and oilier Spring flow- gathered for their this school term. | The 16 members and their leaders, Mrs. Coady Kalon, sisifelrd by June Stlres, had a ml l-i.iyht lunch and toitsled inarslnncll.jw.s ' over a camp-fire as t. v Kjy sam; at Scout songs. They had breakfast the next morning ,at llu Little House. Bits of News Blasts Bugaboo ers in-effective arrangcmcuts were also placed throughout the home. When Ihe cake was opened to reveal «Mlss Abbott's gifls, Ihey were Vecordccl in a leather book. Mrs., Philip J. mer assisted the hostess.; Tri-Delta Alumnae Give Party: for 20 Graduates Junior High Graduates Honored at PTA Parly The annual party for Junior High School gradiiallni; students and their home-room teachers given by Junior High parent-Teacher Association was held Kriday night at the High School gymnasium. .A May-pole theme was vised in de- Delta. Delta alumnae entertained eolations, nil in pastel colors. U> Saturday wilh en Infonnul party) form a setting for the 150 students complimenting 20. girls of the 19-, and other guests, who danced n"' 1 47 Blylheville High School griiQ- played games throughout the evcn- ualing. class at the home of Mrs. Ing. Refreshments also were served Mermorf carlton, .1017 Chicka-,a\va during the evening. |. !3t. ^ ' | Guests Included A. E. Caldwell. The-dining room table was dr.ip- Junior High principal, and Mrs ped wilh a lace clolh and the at- Caldwcll, Mrs. Hermit Shepherd, tractive'.' centerpiece v/.ts O'tre Miss Lillian Khaver, Mrs. Willard Delta's! filled with pansics, the H. pease, Miss Nancy Ann Hughes, sorority; flcwer . i Junior High teacher, Miss Hosa In, the receiving line were Mis. M. Hardy and Miss F.fflc Lee Tcr- . Russell'; Haynes , Parr, prcildtnt, rell, Miss Nancy Ann Hughes, vice- president; Mrs.Carlloi), secrc;t'ry, Mrs. Robert A. Porter, treasurer.. f • » '• ' Miss -Wrighl Honored With"Breakfast Party Miss: Irene crowdcr and Miss Nell Hank entertained yesterday •mornfiig at Miss Crowdcr's home on Fifth Street with a breakfast com- limciited Miss Era Wright, bride- elect 61 Horace coffer of Trimble, Tenn.!. .. ..:.•• ' Guests were .12 Intimate friends of Miss Wright. Peonies decorated the dining room table and yelM' •' roses centered small tables. The guest of honor ^ra-s presented a gift of silver in her pattern. Mrs. Clarence Wilson assisted the hostesses. principal and assistant principal of Blylheville High School. Chal>erones were Mrs. Jack Sal Ibn, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Smart. Mrs. Henry Humphreys, Mrs. Jesse While. Mrs. E. E. Van Hooser, Mrs J. C. Droke, and Mrs. James Baiks- tlftle. Mrs. Droke and Mrs. Rupert Crafton were in charge of decorations, Mrs. White au<| Mm. Van Iiooscr, food, and Mrs. Unfold Young directed recreation. At The Hospitali Dinner Party Honors Central School Faculty Central School faculty members were honored Friday night when 12,j}]embers pf the Executive Board of 'lii4 ;P^r*ritjTeftc^er Association *wlO» a, v ^Hiner. fwrty 'at BLYTIIEVILLE HOSPITAL Admitted: Mrs. L D. Chamblln, clly. Mrs. Andrew Mo'ses, city. n. J. Smith, City. Mrs. H. II. Ilubbnrd. city. Mrs, T. ,C. Andrews, Mrs. Mnltle While. Cooler. Mo. Betty Johnston. Dell. Mrs. E. L. Holder, Carulhersvlllc, Mo. Dismissed: Mrs. J. N Englc and baby. Itayli. Mo. I .Tim Jnr.kson, city. I Mrs. Trumnnn Alexander. Stccle. Mp. I "'Mrs O. C. Johnson, city. _ Births: table!-centered with a ~ovT\>o«\ "ai Dom lo "•'• <» ul ™ rs - J , 0 ''" Wtxedl Spring flowers. May-poles Burns of Dell, a son. yesterday, with jftinlature dolls made from Horn to Mr, and Mrs. Frank E dp.thes'pins completed table decora- ( <=lty. "^^ '''Jn,.™"" 1 " 8 ' Each guest of honor was ,'pre- Dismissed: Mr. and Mrs. William Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Chauncy Nin- nt'.s.s' and stm, Dick, all of l r .'i. c ,t St. l.outs. III., are spendin;; a few 1'iiton. Dr. ttiul Mrs. James I,. Gui'.rd, accompalned by Miss Mohie Guard of'Kllnbuth, N. J.. v,.ho -.pent the p:ist lew weeks here on vawion, left yesterday for Kll»tl)ei!i, Washinyton. l). C. and JIO'V Yurk. Miss Giuu'd will remain !•' EliAi- beth and Dr. anil Mis. Gm.rd. will return home in thr-'e wt-ks. Mr. mid Mrs. Murv.'n Niiiin spent the \vet;kcntl in Fayetlevllle as :iui?Jst of their son. Marvin Nimn, Jr., student til the University of Arkansas. Miss. Dorothn returned home tdoay from Cotton Plant. 'Ark., where stie participated yesterday In the weddtng of Miss Mai'/ Ellen Sims lo Cnrlls Tucker. All llircc attended Arkansas Stale College. Jonctboro. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilson left today lor Laramle. Wyoming, where Mr. Wilson will attend the Unlv)- slly of Wyoming. Mrs. Wilson Is the former Miss Cnrlynn Wnllncn. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dill spent brief time In Memphis. Mrs. Dill Is the former Miss Melba Foster' Tile Harvey T. Kldd. pastor ot First Presbyterian Church, left today for Montreal, N. C., where ho will represent the slate of Arkansas on the Assemblies Committee on Evangelism. Mr. and Mrs ,K M. Terry Jr. have moved lo 511 West Mtiin St. They have been making their home wllli liis mother. Mrs. K. M. Terry, at 11th and Walnut SI reels. 'Mrs •ferry was Miss 'Mary Hcicho) fore their recent miirriagc. Mrs. J. T. Ashley returned home iturdav from Hot Springs and Vfonllccllo. She spent six weeks in Hot Springs before t!0h'i: to Mon- licullo to suend two weeks as guest of her son. J. T. Ashley Jr., and family. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Deen and WSCS Si/rer Tea Held At M. F. Brow nice Home Pink and white peonies, pink roses and snapdragons In varied slmdes formed & selling for the silver ten of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Dell Methodist Church which was held Friday afternoon (roin 3 to 5 o'clock at lite home of Mrs. M. P. Brownlee, Sr. Members and guests were greeted by Mrs. Brownlee assisted by Mrs. Noble Gill and Mrs. Charles Armstrong. Presiding at Die lace-covered refreshment table were Mrs J. R. Oill and Mrs. corn Qrecnwny. for the first hour, mid Mrs-, Lpmnrr Wllbiirn mill Mrs. s. C. Owens ol Memphis, former president or 'the Dell society, during the second hour. Mrs GUI, Mrs. Greemvay and Mrs. Wllbiirn nlso are former r>reslcleiV> Glowing while caiidlcN arranged with pink roses dccoralcil Ihe la- hlc. Osceola News We the Women Coming Events I ' weight steers, $24 to $25 5D; butcher yearlini Gale Dobbins. Miss Chicago of 1938. blasts the old Hollywood bugaboo that beauty queens can't act. Slie will soon prove to movie-goers that she can \vhc?n she plays a IcadinK role-ln the forthcoming film, "Ever the Ueginninu." Osceola Graduates to Visit Petit Jean Park Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Prewlt'. spent the weekend in Iledel guests of Mrs. J. B. Talbot. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Werlr. had as Uu'ir guests this wtjekend Dr Ada Jane Harvey and Miss Con- •-tailcf Mitchell, faculty 'members at Arkansas State Teachers Colle;; Conway. Mrs. Clara Williams and son of Little Rock and Mr. and Mrs. 1 J II. McNunty. Sr.. and son of Pine lilufl are visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Gcldrcick. Mrs. U. L. conttay of Memphis is spending several days with her *on, Paul Conway, Sr., anil family- She will return Tuesday to Memphis. 1 Mrs. Thad Fclton and daughter, Susanne, of Goose Creek. Texas. arrived by plane Saturday to spend -several weeks with her mother, Mrs. J. II. Love well, and family. I Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Aston and •Mrs. H. M. Erwln. Sr.. lefl today for a month's lour of California. Louisiana. Texas, Mexico and Ari- •/ona. They will be accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Hang of Philadelphia, Pn. BY'HIITH M1M.KTT • NfcA SUM Writer The fast changing fashion pic- ui'e hud women worried for a little while. That was when the fashion authorities were prophesying that women were going to have to throw out, every- i Ihing In thc-ii- 1 closets nn<] starl anew in 1 " order to | stay in the fash- Ion piclure. | Hut worn ou have risen to the • nun. rum .. occasion. Hlghl Ru(h Milletl MOW thcy nrc 1 perfectly contented figuring out ft'ays to make clothes in the clowl conform to new style edicts. They're lowering hcmlme.s, rip- Ping out heavy shoulder padding, figuring out ways to drop waistlines—and having a wonderful time. fJiiing through their closets -vlth ft speculative eye as to how' much can be salvaged is as much fun for women as going lo an auction and visualizing something usable out of a piece of lunk. I'ASIilON IS FUN iVUAW Clothes are fun ayinn, because once ii;.ain fashion Is a challenge. The irman '^yle.s of the war years were prauiicM bul a dull business. New a wuman has to look at last year's suit In one hand and a fash- inn piclur t . in the other and tlu'- ui'B out some way to make the t'.vo look alike. When i-hc has figured out the way,. S!H. is pleased and excited about tbu whole business. Once more fashion is fun. TUESDAY Mrs. Murray Smart Tuesday Bridge Club. Mrs. Hussell Haynes Fair hostess to Trl-Town Bridge Club. Mrs, N. G. Jerome entertaining Lo Nuovc Club. THURSDAY 1 Mrs. Ross D. Hughes hostess tg Thursday Luncheon Chib. Thursday Contract Club meet'nS , with Mrs. Henry Humphreys. I Mrs. R. A. copeland will be lios- less to Jolly Eight Club. I Mrs. N. J. Humphrey hostess to GNU club. gs and cows, steady; good | and choice heifers and mixed hostess to yearlings. *17.SO to $18.50. Livestock * WE BUY * WE SELL USED FURNITURE J1MMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. 313 K. Main Plum* 2487 NATIONAL STOCK- 20. (UP)—(UBDA) — ST. LOUIS Y'Am>3. May Livestock:• : Hogs 9/ICO: salable 9.0110; fairly active; ICo ll:s and up and sows. 50 to TO: higher; lifililor weights. 2!) to 5CW higher; 103 to 240 Ibs., $24.25 to $2453; sop. S'M-SO; most 25 lo 270 Ibs., S2.153 lo $24; 270 to 300 IDs., $22 to $23.50; a few $21.75; around 345 Ibs. $21; 30 to 150 1!)S., J22.2S 10 $23.75; 1011 to |20 Ib pigs, S19.S5 to $21.25; 270 to SOa 11) sows. S1S.75 to $19.75. i Cattle 5,503-. salable 4,003; calves,' HO!) nil salable; sur.ply of sleevs moderate at around 25 loads, with hellers and mixed yearlings in liberal supply. Nearly 1-3 of r-3- ceipt:; cows. Active inquiry on all classes and opening steer sales strong to 25c higher. Choice heavy steers top!»d at !27; medium weight steers, $23.25; several loads good and choice light to medium OSCEOLA, Ark., May 2G- —Tills year's graduates of Osceola ITIgh School left Saturday on their annual Slimmer trii) following commencement exercises Friday niijlit at the school. They will go to Petit Jean State Park anil ell route, will visit the Stale Capitol at Little Hock. They were accompanied by Mrs. C. L. Moore, class sponsor, and the Hiv of First State's Labor Leaders Open Annual Convention LITTLE ROCK, Ark.. May 2G. <UP> — The three-day convention of the Arkansas Federation of* La- Contractor Dies LITTLE HOCK. Ark., May 26. 'UP> — Funeral services were planned here today for George H. Uur- den, G3, well-known contractor, who died Sunday. He had lived in Little Hock for 30 years. bor opened here lodny. Afternoon speakers will be George \j. Qooge of Atlanta. Ga.. sonthern director of the American Federation of Labor; John Lclms of New Orleans, southern director of the Nalinnai. Labor Relations Board: and Edwin IT. Weyler of Louisville, Ky.. secretary-treasurer of the Kentucky Federation of Labor. Moss Bryan Presents The Unusual Gift For Both Boys and Girls at Graduation THE GIFT SHOP 103 East Main Street sented • corsage. Mrs. Ray Hall had charge.of arrangements for the dinner, assisted by Mrs. Leonard Johnson and Mrs. C.' E. Graves. "Swoon" Girl and Boy Selected at Club Party Shirley Alley wa s selecled "swoon Kirl" of the Swoonsters Club Blytheville Y by boys who were pucsts- at the semi-formal party for the club Friday night at the Y, Larry Baker was selected "swoon boy" by club members. The: receiving line was made up of Lydia Crittenden. Shirley Alley, Beverly Jones, Sue stantield, Caro: Ann Bailey. Pat 'Hearn, iBobby Estes and Melbaline Hill. The, refreshment table, froir ?which, .punch and cookies were served-, -was decorated in blue am white'With red roses as the centc 1 piece. ^Mrs. Olho Stanfield and Mrs Tim Estes presided at the table. Games and dances were direct ed throughout the evening by Bar bara "Culltson, Mary Dowdy aiv June Slires. Chaperones for the affair were' Mrs. 'Slanfield, Mrs. Flossie Hi", Mr. Jones, Mrs. S. Alley, Mrs. L. Alley, Mrs. Criltenden and Mrs. 'Estes. ( ; Serves on'USS Toledo J. E. Green, signalmen first class, -USN, of CaruthcrsviUr;. Mo., is at * present serving a'oourd th^ heavy"; 'cruiser USS Toledo on a round-the-world cruise, the Navy announced today. . C. Maxwell, clly. Mrs. Clarence Crawford and baby, itixora. Mrs. Roland Rounsaville ami baby, clly. M. P. Clinton, Osceola. Betty Jean Golf, Osceola. Nancy Dixson, III. 3. Mrs. A. L. King, Luxorn. Mrs. W. L. Taker, city Barbara Russell, Armorel. METHODIST HOSPITAL. MEMPHIS v. Dismissed: Wilbur Kelly. Blylheville. (laughter, 'Mrs. Harold Wright, her L. T. Lawrence, pastor daughter, Patli Deen, Mrs. Chester I'rcsbytci Ian Church. Lewis ana Mrs- J- C. Roach spent O f the class or 35 students, C-l Saturday in .Memphis. While there, wcl ,(. on t |,e Irip. The other me;n- Mis. Deen consulted her whys'- her. Dorothy Camp Is ill and con- clan. ' fined to her home. Mr. and Mrs. n. II. Locke and _ • daughter, Barbara Jean, returned" . cy> .*•» hoi ti guests of 'Mr. Locke's y. and 'Mrs. E. A. Browning, at Hot Springs. N. M., and Eugene Os- boi-Tic at l,as Cruccs. Connie 'Hav, s tu'leiit at Mississippi Stale College, Slarkville. is j spending a few days here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. S. IlttV. laughter, Barbara Jean, rciurncn 1 . c*y ,*•» home yesterday after, n two-week Hay-Ride; Picnic G/vefl •' trip to New Mexico. ,-They were ' . _ M U_ guests of 'Mr. Locke's parents, Mr. For Brownie TtOOp No. 12 before returning to MSC for the '.Summer trnn. Miss Mary Knthcrine Reese of (.Tonesboro was the guest of Mrs. II, E. Smith and family last night. Steak Dinner Honors Bride-elect Ruth McAfee OSCEOLA, Ark., May 2<i. — .v;'« Mary Margaret Lamunn and M Jean Spccr were hostesses lo 10 guests with a steak dinner Friday night at the Rilstlc Inn. honori>e Miss-Ruth McAfee of Wilson, bride- elect of Joe B. owyn. The guest of honor was presented a corsage and six piece.s of silvor in her pattern. Blownii- Troop No. 12 had a hay- ride yesterday afleroon, which climaxed with a \vciuer roast at the Charles Brogdon home •Highway 61 South. •Mrs. Leonard Johnson is leadci for this erotip and she was assist i:d by »NIr. and Mrs. Brogdoii ii chaperonim; tho Urou'nics. Mrs. Green to Present Piano Pupils in Reyital Mrs \v. Oriu Green will present eight pupils in a piano and voice recital Wednesday at 8:lfl p.m. a Manila Methodist Church. The following students will ap- J pear on the program: Charline j Armstrong. Peggy Bacon. Charlie Ruth Blnnkenship. Anabcth David- | son. Paul Dean Davis, Betty Jean Flecintui. Dixie payc Kilhnn and Ann McDermott. Leaders will he I»i«rn Harmon and Janice Bacon. Ushers will be Woody Townsend. Max East and Dan Harmon. Those in charge of programs nrc Bobbie June Klllian and Norlta Davis. Cadet Wins Promotion Jack Salibn, Jar., son of Mi'.' Jack Sallba. Sr.. of Blylhi 1 villi>. has been promoted lo siaff sergeant, in the Cadet C:'rps or Kempnr Military School a'^ Hoon- ville, Mo.. H was annouiuvd to-.tiiy. Now! New! Deluxe Kit wilh Professional Ham* Permanent* made eatierl Here's why:The newTONI Professional Plastic Curlers are bitf (5QX> more curling surface). N«w Deluxe Kit £jfe with plastic curlers -fc TheyVe round, for easier winding, smoother curl. They 're ribbed so your hair won't slip. They're rc-ttsable, to save you moneyl Refill Kit. mlhcut atrttn . Regular Kit, fiber curlen . All friets flmf lax * 1 °° WOODS DRUG STORE 221 West Main Phone 507 Boxer Short Sets for Boys Sizes 2-7 The TOT SHOP YES, MRS. HOUSEWIFE, SICK WATCH? i p § HAVE IT FIXED * s by EXPERTS Watch iiad; Jewelry t»- p*tn by men wtio know tww...M low COM to you. 5;; ALL WOUC OVARANTECD % --': IMtrerr *. AX W*rk3 $tix*#y fe8-&'; GUARD'S THAT'S GYRODUCING! I.oso weight easily by taking our series of medically .-til- proved Gyroducing I r e a l- ineuls. You'll be iHiur/od :il the results . . . and Uie small investment loo! Relax and Reduce ^ No Diet » No-Exercise m No Medicine It's Economical Too! 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