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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 27, 1947
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TUESDAY, MAY 27, 1947 BLYTHKVILLE (ARK.)" COURIER NEWS A/ewA Emily Wixson, Society Editor Phone 461 Floren teacher at Sudbury Dirthday yesterday, her school. room to Teacher's Birthday Observed by Students Students may not know Ihclr Icachjys' ages but they know when birthdays. Wliun Miss Moore, fourth grade who had n walked Into begin nHissc-s yesterday afternoon, s!ic was erected witli the .student's sinking the "Happy Birthday" son : v • She was seated in the vuest of honor's chair, marked with |i!nk and white crepe i>a|>er bows, by students Jimmlc Lee iVfoure and Kay Hlackard. Miss Simmons, also fourth grade teacher al Sud- uury, pinned a pink caranatlon rorsaee al her shoulder. The room' had been decorated |Jy the pupils with vases of pink liiul while roses and pink and • virile crepe paper bows and, [ill-earners. A two-tiered birthday cake with liink roses circliiiK the base had Ijccn placed on her de>K. It v licrved wilh ice cream and cold 111 inks and each iHudent was nrc- |icnlcd u favor. Other (linn Miss Simmon.., •.cachet's present were Mrs. Wljjgs |\Irs. E. F. Fry and Miss Winnie 1 Turner, city supervisor of lilcincntary schools. Mrs. Boyce Moore and Mis. |Uarshall Blackurd issislci in Devotional is Given By Mrs. W. B Mayo Mrs W. B. Mayo discussed Ihe "Foundation of the- Home" wlinn she presented ' '.he devotional at yesterday afternoon's mealing of the woman's Society of Clu-fs:ain Service of Luke street Mehlodlst Church. Mrs. H. H. Blevlns, stM'ly )cader assisted by Mrs. Don Lu'.z and Mis George Crews, gave thy last iesion in the study course. Mrs. George • M. Stllvmi. president, conducted .the business session. Mrs. James Kelly .vis n new member attending the meeting. Mrs. Crews led the dismissal pray- Bits of News Lhurch Women Honor B. Wiser Mrs.*Jeith B. Wiser of Lainarr. l>- C., Tns complimented at an in- lormal afternoon party yesterday in Ihe social rooms at First Presby- Iciian church by members of the |voman' s Auxiliary of the church. Mrs. Wiser, who with her lius- liand, Dr. Wiser, and children, is islting friends liere, made her c here when Dr. Wiser was Itationed at Blytlievillc Army Air ? icld. . She is (he houscgucst of ^r. and Mrs. Jodie Nabcrs. Guests were 25 of Mrs. Wiscr's |riends. Pink roses accented the arranuc- IicnLs of Spring flowers whicfh dc- loratcil social rooms and the ta- 'lc from which refreshments of Irostcd cola .drinks were served. llrs. Ebb Sprndley and Mrs. Lucy I'lcAdains served refreshments. Iligh School Senior Ignored With Dinner Miss Billie Jean Abbott Complimented at Shower Miss Billie Jean Abbott, bridr- elect of Utho T. flumes, was again honored when Mrs. Gilbert Hammock entertained at h^r home last nlghl with a miscellaneous shower. Entertaining rooms of tho Hammock home were nllractively decorated with mixed Spring flowers. The table from which the guests were served refreslimenus was covered with an ivory luce cloth ant centered with a sterling silver bowl holding snapdragons and i-oses. Ivory candles burning in crystal holders flanked the bowl. Gifts were arranged inside a pink and green umbrella decorated with crepe paper bows. Tho £uest of honor was also presented a small umbrella of lh« same design and filfcd wiili Spring flowers. The gift book was prosHert over by Mrs. Hummock. 1 The 21 guests Included Mrs. c. Abbott, mother of the bride- elect, and Mrs. T. J. Barnrs, mother of the bridegroom-elect. The hostess was assisted by- her mother. Mrs. William J. Rigm-y • • • Judy Brooks Honored With Birthday Party Judy Brooks was six years old Sunday and In celebration of the occasion, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mell Brooks, gave an afternoon party from 3 to s o'clock for Judy and her friends. When games were played. Lucy Caudill ami Susan Smith won. Tommy Harrison assisted Mrs. BrooKs, Mr. and Mrs. David l>. Hoone. who lire visiting Mr. Ilooiie's mother, Mrs. O. 11 Boonc, und-othci iclativc.s here, will leave Tlnirsdnj for New Orleans, where he will attend Tuliiiic University. Mr. Uoom wns formerly a captain In the U. S Army and was ULst stationed nt San Krancisco. Mrs. Dooiic Is Hie former Miss Emmit Uricrre gl New Orleans. Jack Saliba has returned tron Boonville. Mo., where he attviul. cd Kener Military : Accarti'iny. lo spend the summer moiuhs will his mother. Mrs. Jack Snllb.v i"" sister. Barbara. • Miss Mary Lou White has rr turned home in Monillton Ark A 1)1 uc and yellow .colsr .scheme • •as used in the home of Mr.' hcorgc Smith when she Mid her laughter. Eula. entertained Si.n'Jny lltrinoo!i|^il]j a dimier p;u'.y Ionoring Another daughter, Miss| Ifarilyn Deen. who is a member If this years graduating class, lluests were M of her classmates. 1 Tlic white lace-dr.iued dining lible held a centerpiece of blue Jnd yellow flowers while the small- I- tables, draped In blu'- 1 . were I'.'ntcrcd with yellow and while 1}SCS. 1 Mixed spring flowers placed lu-oiighout the entertaining rooms limplclcd the setting for the liiests. 1 The hostesses were assisted by . E. B. Thomas. Bunco Party Honors Out-of-town Visitor Mrs. Jack Matheny and Mrs Claude Briley entertained last night, with a bunco party in honor ot Mrs. Hubert Wade of Union City, formerly of Blythevillc, who is visiting friends and relatives here. Mrs. Earl Wilson won high score prize when the eight guests played bunco and low went to Mrs. W. A. Angel. .Refreshments were served. Club Is Entertained 'Miss Ann Whittington entcrlain- I last night with a bridge, party or members of the GEO Club. Miss Alexa Williams won high score prize and bridge went to Musical Highlights From ' ADAMS' Record Bar mini for Graduation I'JTlie lilting strains of her favor•Uc times would make a most ap- ljiroiiri;itn graduation gift. Chaose Ifnini our complete stocks today: |Bimny Berrignn—Memorial Album •Dennis Day—Shamrock Melodies I'ronuny Dorscy—Stannaker from my Dorscy—Showboat |Tonmiy Dorscy—Gctliny Scnli- mcnlal < JToinmy Dorscy—All Time Hils •Dick Licbert—At the Organ IAI Goodman- Jeromo Kern Mcl- odirs ' |A1 Goodman—Fiiml Mclndles uxs Case—Finian's Rainbow Vaync King—Wall7.cs Yoil Saved for Me • amniyc Kayc—Stephen Foster Favorites I'aiiRlin Monroe—Dreamland Special r ' Freddie Martin—Concertos for piostoii "Pops" Orchestra—Duel in the Sim RECORDS LDAMS APPLIANCE Co J. W. Adams, Mgr. hone 2071 Zftfi-Oft \V. Ma hi lifter spending a brief lime with her aunt and uncle, Mr. a, id Mrs. O. N. Hawkins. I Mr. and Mrs. Ray whitthi(;IOii ' and Mr. and Mrs. Noel McSpadden spent Sunday in Oakland,! Tenn., where ihey were ^nosLs o;'j Mrs. Whiltiiujton's relatives. H,;r molhci, Mr.s. D. H. Nelins. hnci spent a biiei time visiting here. I 'Mrs. Newell W. Urigham and UiKliler, Norma Lee, of Columbus, Miss., are guests of her mother, Mrs. W. C. 'Lcggctl, and parents- in-law. Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Urig- hatn, lor a week. Also visiting Mr. and Mrs. 'Urigham are their daughter, Mrs. Nelson Myers imd daimh-] ter, 'Linda, of Columbus and Mrs. N. E. Parks of Oxlord, Miss., is r.lso the guest of Mrs. Lcsgett, her daughter. ) Mis s Neely Perry will return Jo school at Arkansas State College, Jop.esboro, for the Slimmer term after spending a vacation here. ' •Miss Cora Lee .Coleman has re- 1 turned from Washington. D. C.I where she attended the National' Congress of the Daughters oi the American Revolution as a representative of the William Strong Chapter of South Mississippi County. . Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Watlc anil two children of Union City. Tcniv. formerly of nlythcvillc, fire visiting relatives and friends here. Mrs. Martha Baker Graves has returned from Okolonn, Miss., where she went especially for an organ recital by her niece, Mary Martha Baker. Miss MarRnrel Yerby of Birmingham, Ala., is the guest for n lew days of Thurman Tinker and his mother, Mrs. H. E. Tinker. Miss Lonnic Hargctt and Miss Elolse .Yntcs have returned from Miami . Beach. Pin., where the;,spent a week's vacation. Loy A. Eich arrived home yesterday to spend the Slimmer vacation with his parents and family from Lebanon. Tcnn., where he attends Castle Heights Military Academy, Mrs. EIjtj Spradlcy. son, Hays, ant! her sister. Mrs. Herman Walpole. spent Sunday In Whitewater. Mo.. as guests of Mrs. Spradlcy's and Mr.s. Walpole's sister, Mrs. WTIliam Dcvorc, and family. Seniors Present rogram During Assembly Period The annuiii senior class nay irogrum at ISIylhevlllo lliuh School uis prcsi'nli'd yesterday morning In assembly piTiod. Following the class processional, the Hcv. U. I). UU'dsoo, associate pastor of first Haptlsl Chni'Cli, (jave Hit' Invocation. Mai' Doth lio^-rs gave (he clnss poem and Patsy Travis read the class will. The class prophecy, civ- en In Gypsy fashion, WHS by Cleo Hou.slon. Owen Harrison, senior i'sidcnl, prescnled (lie class memorial picture. Kollowhif; the ritual In which seniors relinquish tlielr section of scats In Ihe auditorium to next year's seniors class, Owen ackno'i* ledgcd nc-xl year's president, Mciiuy Johnson. Tho class recessional followed the student body's slnylng the Alma Mater. , Miss 1,1111.1 1). WUhelm, ns^sled by Miss Frances Howi'n, class sponsors. v*njc in chargf* of the program. Mrs. Wilson Henry was in charije of the music. \V. II. Nicholson, superintendent, entprlaincd the seniors In Ihe High School lunch ronm with a "coke" party immediately alter the program. EvenU WEDNESDAY Clinplcr », i>. K. O. Slslerhood ectiiiK will! M, 5 . M . o u sroyi i pm., for lutichoon. 1HURSDAY Mrs. Ross D. Hushes hostess I'; Thursday Luncheon Club. Thursday Contract. Club mcel'iiK with Mrs. Henry Humphreys. Mrs. li. A. copeUnd will bo hostess lo Jolly Eight, Club. Mrs. N, j. Humphrey hostess lo QNB club. At The Hospitals HOSl'lTAL .— Tlw. Birth lo- the PAGE Admitted: •Mrs. J. II. Woodson Jr.. clly. I-Viyd Kinkadc. Cvoler. Mo. Peuuy .lonos, Cooler, Mo. Hetty 'Smith, city. Mrs. C. S. Armstrong. Well.'d: Mrs. «. A. Hubbard, city. Mrs. 'Mattie While, Cootcr, Mo. George Caudle, cily. Mrs. Fnmk Herron, city. Mrs. Thomas Baxter, I'orlage- ville, Mo. Mrs. W. L. Cullom. clly. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Patricia Ann Neal, city. Truinun Boyd L/iIluc. Slcclc. Mo. Mrs. D. C. Chandoln and baby, SI cole. Mo. nil-'Mi'lllS IIAI'TIST IIOSI'ITAL Mrs. J. E. -Wicker, Blytheville. Dismissed: Grade School Plans Promotion Exercises OSCEOI.A, Ark., Mny 21. pioinotlou proRram (or 55 grade sludmls of Osi'eola mcntary School will lx> held morrow at 2:30 p. in. ill school. C. Franklin Sanders, supcrln- tendenl of schools, will piwul the nrojiiollon address im 1 cer- llficnlcs will be pie-senlcd by A. A. Adams. The Rev. u R. still, pastor of the First Christian Chincn, will give the Invocation. Betty J. 1'cn- dergrast will give the address of welcome and other pupils pie- scntlng brief talks will bo Kelly Spires, Sandra Butler, Elhelya Fletcher. Knttc Watson, .luanila. ninehriirt, Jean Onyle Welbo.'n .and Belly jo Gardner. I'lano solos will be presontr 1 hv Joan Karls. Shirley Cone, Burbitrii Shancyfclt. llonnie Hcndi'rson and Jean Driver Kendrlck. Montc Llllard will give n reading. I>e!la Shlpgicn Is president, I'el- ly Spires, vice president and Belly 1'ciulcrgrast. secretary of the class, which bus "What Is worth doing is worth doing well" as Its mutio. Vacation School Plans Made by Mcthodisis Clnsses for the Vacation School June 2-IU at Klrsl Mclhodlst Cluirch will be foi K students from four lo H years of m;e will Includo Kln- ili'i't'arli'n, primary, Junior, and Inlet mediate- departments. Mrs. Hugh Whllsltl, Mrs. (llenn I.atld and Mrs. W, 1). Cobb will l»> leachers for the Kindergarten department, which will study Ihe book "Thu World About Us", Lti'.-y V. lllckcl. The Primary department, which will study Hie book "<Jn" Dully llmid", Lulu 1>. Iliard. will '»• laiiBht by Mr.s. Hill Wynlt, Mrs. Ni'wton Whills unil Mrs. Moll Urooks, Jr. Mrs. ,), p. dun-oil. Mrs. li. 1). Sloul, Mr.s. 10. U, Jackson, and Mlw> Nancy Ihindllon will leach thu Iwol .'ciplo Who l,u'iul In Jesus' Day Ada W. Smith. Thu InU'riiH-dliil department will study "O Com-, Us Worship", KllKubclli Stlnson. with inslniulors, Mrs. J. M. Miller, Mr.s. M. C. Webb. Mrs. J. W. Adams, II. I,. Uoblson, Mrs. Mark Stewart niiil Gay Uarrlunn. CARD oi 1 THANKS We wish lo extend our thanks to the miiny friends for Ihe beautiful lloval offerings mid their kind syiuinilhy In the lass of our deur ui.sband and father. It >vlll long be iniH'inbciTil and appreciated, Mia. Albert, lieiinctt and sons Head Courier News Wunt Ads. ENDS CONSTIPATION AFTER 30 YEARS fainoiis cereal daily brought last ing rcliut Miss Dorothy Jean Higginson. The hostess served a salad plate with cold drinks. Coionel'sDaughter toWcd General Eisenhower's Son NEW YORK. Kay 27. (UP) — Cnpt. Johti Ei.senhower, son of General of the Army Dwlght 1). Klsen- hower. said today he will be married June 10 at Fortress Monroe, Va.. to linrbni'ii Jean Thomjirin of Hammond. Ind., a colonel's diiugb- ler be met in Vienna last October. Young Elsenhower, his \\vz4fK and her family arrived in Ni*w York yestcrilay nlioartl the army transport Gen. M. u. stcwnrl from Brcnierhavcn. j. A. George Jr. to Wed Mississippian July 27 Of wide Interest In Luxora Is nn- louhccmcnl of the mnrrlugc of Miss Martlm Umldnd of vicksbiirg. Miss-, o G. A. George. Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. George of Utxora. The wedding will be solemnized July 27 in VIckslmrR. Tile bridegroom-elect was graduated from high school In nnd Is a veteran of three years service In the Armed Forces during war. He was on duly more than a ycnr In England and Frnncr THESE BETTER BEANS DODGE AUTOMOBILES COMPLETE (With Accessory Group "B") F.O.B. 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