The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 30, 1947 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 30, 1947
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FRIDAY, MAY 30, 19-17 BIA'TlllSVILLE (AUK.) COUIUKIl NEWS Emily Wixson, Society Editor &M I'honc 4CI Five Arc Hostesses At Semi-Formal Daf Miss Alma Cain. Mi.;s uiitonne Mis.', Wand.i Mclirde, . _ c Damon and Mis.» Helma linsiTS entertained lasi ni"i-t with a semi-formal daiidn-,' nartv it, Club til. ' J Forming a myrid o ( rainbow colors. B ii-|s in formal* of many shades and fashions an<l other in stylish street-length ei'i-niiii- trucks (lanced with their escorts in a setting of gaily-colored twisted crepe paper streamers. 'Hie 80 guests include! Mi's Mary Louise Keevos and her ii- ancc. Henry Do dd of Yonkers, i., who recently . came here in Jone.vboro. w hi?r> both -,ro students at Arkansas sti-.le College, before their wedding i s sol- June 5 lien-; Miss Margaret Yerljy of Birmingham Ala guest or Thiii-m;,.. Ticker pi'irt his parents. Mr. and Mrs "]i F Tinker; Tom Rceder of Washin-- <«», D. c., finest, ,,i iljs lm x.\m; Mrs. B. u Keciier. and family, j Harrison of Die Marine Corps 'ionic with his paints. .Mr ancii Mrs. W. O. Harrison and lamily. Dinner Party Honors Russell Barliarii Family Tlie Russell Barium family who will move June 7 to color- ado Springs. Coo., were honored Bits of News Mo-iily Centra I Pupils Publish 'Flash' For School News Stmlenis Mr. and Mrs. liu-coo Kcrlslier ill' Akron. Ohio, and L. A. Paye of ICnoWlck. Mo., have :.;Uirn<:d Inline after SIX-IKIIIV- -i visit, hero with Mrs. Kei-islicr 1 .: sister ;,ivt Mr. Pace's daughter, Mis. Joint Shanks, and i,-.iniiy. Ourir.f ilieir stay here', a party was uiven for Mr. I'.i^e in obscvva-.ic'j of his 751 h birthday. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Nebel of St. Ixiuis are visit in;', iheir .son. Wel- iie.n N'i'lu'1. and lamily. here. •I'oin llt'edcr of Washi-iiiton, D. c. is visiting his molher. Mrs. It. L. Hi'i'der. and fumily here. Mr.s. i:yraid. called to Dallas. Trx's, two weeks ago to be win, her sister, Mrs. Kiiln Me- story ,, U u Kni/ie, who seriously 111. lias wramtnti K-tunied lo her home here. flilion of Mrs, Meltei-jr. ! ,, is Central School are newsp.iix'i-minded and tliey nvi'n't nllins uniil ihcyTc older' lo l>i- Kin Inen training 1 cm^'f?"* " ro ' :j ' <>f " T:I ° L.uiti,il i-hisir, (wo of tlie stu- 'denls ,-ame i,, U) 11>C Coul . 1(11 ! Ncws oiltee yesterday arternoon lo pre- Isciil a copy o, „„,,,. „„„„.,, ()nl|U . .',",, 10 " reporter. "Course", one of Ihem explained, -it Isn't very ng. and ,r. s K , H „ , 0( ()( mlsl ., k(1 ; J»." '""I all. but we're proud ot The paper's leading story was <.n tlie school building which' Ihe slu- denU iniKbt have, written by John\T n 'i |! " 1 ' s ' A ''"''"<»> by nobbv J. MeBilde was also on n,e ni'ril.-d bulldin,;. other artk'lc,, Inelud, <| ,, Plea for clean .school' grounds, a 'it the new 'Iheater' for >n of movies as nail o! Mr. and Mrs. W. M. MeKer.; ie . K el M r3 . Memphis. Cliicf petty Office iincl Mrs. C. A. Ri::::ins ,,; st. I,ouis are the guests <>f Ins nirrnt.s. Air. and Mi's. I,. E. Hi(V,in.s, 410 North Fifth st nnrl (us sister. M.S. Earl Lowrv', 513 Nnrlll Filth SI. •Miss je.m Sarber and nick |fiic!>iiwoll, in Memphis Tuesday for I Hick to audition for (1 1( . MOAT Con-1 book ren«-i s . vaeallon reading -„- mueli elul events, the bicycle race, "rip ,', test, Til., i icy Sharkskin striped cbambray, shtiwn above as pictured in the May issue of Good Housekeeping magazine, is summer iiclcctinu. Slim sun dress with its own belled jacket turns it into a suit. Giant patch pockets below waist, two small ones above; linmnl buttonholes. for and Jg W ;cm last night when Mr. rs. J. c. Ellis and Mr. ar.d. Eltis Jr. entertained ati • at Barfield with a buffet dinner. Tlie dining room table was centered with painted daisies in oas- icl shades. The 23 i.-ussts. who :were intimate friends uf th- Bar- bams, were served at .-mall tablis ftie hostesses served four courfc«. Garden flowers were arianaeci throughout entertaining rooms Other parties given f.n- various members of the family included a luncheon yesterday at trw home of Mary jo Nabers for Wand,\ Ba'-ham, nn afternoon shower" given for Mrs. C. A. Taut -ind Mis. irge Barham in compi'mcn; 10 to Mrs. Barham. an infcrrnnl party and shower given by fdlow 'members of a rJub for Mrs na-- liam and a h'ancikcichi?! shower ror Mrs. Barham given hy members of the Woman's club. The Barhams have mods th-ir home here the past nh;, ; y ei> , s (luring which time he iv.-s owm-d managed gin and implemc it companies. They will ,-xove lo Colorado Springs in search' of a suitable climate for Mr. Bat ham, suffering from a sinus ailment W " * Mrs. Usrey is Hostess With P. E 0. Luncheon The final Chapter D, p E O Sisterhood luncheon ineetin.. ' he- lore meetings are discontinued during Summer vacation was given Wednesday by Mrs. M. O Usrey at her home. 1037 -West Main St. Mrs. H. H. Kouchlns presented the program, which wa-, in observance or "Historian's Day." The 13 members and tivo other Piiests. Miss Bihette Trombla of Chapter V. P. E. O., Lincoln. Nebr and lier hostess, Mrs. Harry \v. Haincs. were served buffet style at small tables. Bouquels of p'ansies witercd tables and otbcr Spring .flower^ decorated the liomc througbout. ( i Mitchells Have Son Mr. and Mrs. Erwln Mitchell of Soutliinstoii. Conn., arc parents of .« son born yesterday momini; in Snuthinglon. Mitchell is the rormer Miss ie Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard rj-.niih or Ar- morcl, Mrs. Smith will leave Monday lo spend an extended visit with her Daughter and family. Beta Club Entertained By Retiring President Wanda Barham, senior and re- iring president of the Beta Club t Blytbevillc High School, entertained members of the club Wednesday afternoon with an infoi- nal party at the home or her parents. Mr. anj Mrs. 'Russell Baiham. Tansies centered the lace-draii- table from which refreshments four year.; arier attending Missouri schools, and is iiv.-.i o-i.sCe.- of J u Fisher of Blytheville. Siio ha.'i lli-ce oilier brothers and two sislcr-; wtiu also make their home he-?. He is a veteran of two and a haif years Army service. * • • | Senior Girls Honor Student Who Will Move Miss Wanda Barham, lllyilicviila High School senior who will lc;ivc nven b V ,Mi.s.- Sin-ber's brother, Lloyd Johnson Rarber. and Mrs. I- -arter. a', then- h.ome at inn Vin- loci Ave. 'Miss Maude Modinsn- will arrive honin Sunday from St. Louis. where she l s a student at si Louis University, to si>end the Sumin»r hi-r narejil.s, Mr. ami Mrs niRiit Mnlir ., Cornelius Modinpcr Oscco/o News Mrs, H. Ti. is ^/^.-^r^w S «SMns ciLiS ss^ the home. Canapes, cookies, mints --d other party foods were served with punch. The club gave Miss Barham gift, which was by next year's president. A'rdcn Ferguson, and a gift was also presented to Miss Opal "" rponsov. Mrs. Modinger Gives Party for Bridge Club Mrs. Cornelius -Modinger entertained Wednesday ror members of the Town and Country Bridge Club with an afternoon party. "at her home. 10J5 West Walnut St. •Mrs. G. G. Caudill won hicli core prize in games and second high went lo 'Mrs. J. c. Ellis. Garden Ilowers decorated the Mirtinger home. Refreshments were served. • • • Morning Party Honors Mrs. .V. Quertermous 'Mrs. D. Wade and Mrs. Earl Lowry were hostesses yesterday with a morning party in compliment to Mrs. V. Ouertermous. first grade teacher at Centra! School. Guesls included the 52 students in the class. -Mrs. Qiiertcruious was presented a table lamp and crocheted doilies as gifts from the rlass a lid the hostesses presented her a corsage of red roses. Refreshments of ice cream wilb cookies were served. .Mrs. Sam H. Wil!iam s assisted the hostesses * • * Gladys Fisher Bride Of St. Louis Resident Announcement was niatl^ today of the marriage of Miss Gl.idyr, Fisher, formerly of Blythcville, lo Al 1'on- dson or St. Isolds. Tlie wedding was soioinii-,-d April 20 in St. Louis. Miss Fisher was cmpj.ivcd here lam a bv Mary Jo N , ab? presented to her hcr ^.^ , M| . , u , d Mj . s Nabers, IG32 Walnut St. Wnnrinnr-t CUrcsts w «-'rc IS senior girls, '.vim woodcock. wcrc scrvc d d, a Betting of garden flower-i effectively arranged. A Inix-j cd bouquet of flowers centered tlie dining room table. Mrs. Nabers and .Mrs. Melvin Halscil assisted in serving and the finest of honor's mother. Mrs. Russell Barham, was a guest other than seniors. Colo., to make her hom?. .vas complimented yesterday wi'.h buffet luncheon shower given Jo Nabrrs at the home -if Jodie Haldridge of Ark.i- is fpi'ndint! a few weeks wiDi her (liuiKhlcr, Mr.s. C. Fniitk- hn S-.uiders. and Mr. Sanders. Mi:;s I,ucy R. Morrison spent Ihe weekend nt her home in Malvern and returned here Tuesday. Mrs. Oorue Uaseuiy and son. Iward. of Port Smith, are M-. and Mr.s. Justus Ed- .'nn Daughtcr Is Named The daughter born lo Mr. and Mrs. joint Moses of cap.: Girnr- deau. Mo., last Friday "has men named Sherry Camille. She is Ihcir first child. Mr.s. Moses is the formor Mivj Evelyn Shibley of Blytheville, daughter of Mr. and Mr? A G Shibley. Mrs. Shibley and another daughter. Miss Josephine Slubley, returned yesterday from Capo Gi- rarcieau. after spending n brier visit with Mrs. Moses. and Mr. and Mrs Percy A'lrn. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Shippen Mil! leave Friday lor Columbia, Tenn.. to attend KiAtiilatiug exercises at Columbia Military Academy, where their sou. Uifiy. i s ;1 member of Ihe graduating class. John Cralton. wlio attends Mhi- Mppi Elate colk'fc. Starkviile. is visinntr i,js mo n, Cl .. MrK juslas Edrington. Mrs. Terry Mitchell of Memprlis wr,-, the j'ui-st oi her sister-in-law, Mrs. j. 13. Mitchell, this week. Read Courier News Want Ads. Kiwanis Club. ~ The follow-in' 7, when these Saturday, boys .June from Boys State Delegates to Leave for Camp Tomorrow Five Blylhcville boys seleolrd lo attend the 19,17 Boys .State session next week will leave at a o'clock tomorrow inoriii:i-- fcr Littlo Rock. The boys and their sponsors :;ro C. G. Redman Jr., son of Mr. :•]«! Mrs. C. O- Rcrimnn Sr.. Anv. :•- ican Legion; Jimmic Hi\i,-y. .5011 ft Mr. and Mrs. Wilson H-iiiy, R O ;. ary Club; Benny Johnson, 'sen nl Mrs. c. E. Johnson, Jim; >r cii.Tii- ber of Commerce: Until,-y Hai(:v. son of Mr. and Mr.s. A. A. Ija'.iy of Promised Land, Lions cli.b; and Bobby Coleman. bon i.,f --ir. • .-Hid Mrs. Robert G. coleiu;,i. I .. Eoy.s ylate, l; irls rprese-itin - thevilie will leave to ,ii:i:n:l Cj'i'ls Btatc Ihe wee!; of Jims 7-14. Too Laie to Classify Help Wanted For Rent . //anted to Runt \\ r :inU'd lo to:isc: Wa s|i;tet' .'Jd.vIO or \v!iiit have you. ('a\\ or write Ktl Kok'snn Jr., 120S Kains, .liinvslmro. I'll. 2:!I2. 5 :«J pk G 12 For Safe Alfalfa Hay. Will deliver if limn I (on is pur- I. Call 0. M. FRESH Lon tlic W. Alllick home l ( > .. rKo ....,,, books and l,i,,iho,,sc makin,; Na i as business l ,.(litoi- : lulvertislii" was edited by Johnny i Toiiuny and .-IK We the Women IIV ItIJTII MIl.t.KTT ' Ni:.\ Staff \VrlU-r H.V HUTU Mii.urrr Ni;,V Starr Writer llaiulliu; out bouquets lo women Isn't the order til Ihe (lay. The Popular paslline |. s hurling" brickbats at them, calling them neurotic, and b la m I in: tli cm for at 11'list I lire e- lonrlhs of what's wrong with the world. lint- In spite of tliiit. llil.s- Is to lie a lu today's in a k e r s. ones v.t 10 e 1 e v e r I y PAGE THREB or Irnllcrs and bin-racks nr e tlio riat;s they rly In trlumpli. Those banners say, "We came. Wo saw. We cwiKjiiered." 11 Isn't the onler of the day lo imilso women, but let's ylve these young honieinakcrs a vole of con- rtdence. They ccvtulnly have cain- i-il It. bow Inline tlie a r e I'lnler. „,:„ Blm M-aldlne Norman,' reporters.''' i a r e bnn'aeks, itiu-dou'ti houses, mul crampcti apartments |,,lo bright, .shilling, Ijvahlc homes All over (lie country women me lurklliiK Ihe Job of liii'iiliii; nmke- Aml (hcy're d.'.ln,; a (1 ,, ( . jllb ,, f ',1"; With their scrubbing pall.s. buck- <'ls of ].ahit. yards of slipcover and ''urlain imileriiil, and their determination to defeat drabiu-ss mill Inconvenience. '"icy ctmtd, of eourse. leave Ilieli- iimkcsffl Ilium's looklni! heir iiiiikeshlft homes looking ihcm. since the homes arc only (einpimiry. TIIUY II'AVI-: i-:,\itNi,|i rr Insli-jKi or cmliii-lii/. the drabness anil Nlmbbinc.s.s of whnt ihey run Ihhik! '"''"*' "'"' K """ K "'''0'"" 1 out of what they have. '''be gay curtains at'the wlmlows Tennessceons In Buying Rush To Miss New Tax By Hulled Teniiesseans aiipaveiilly have Ilii'lr piK-ketbiKiks open for lix^ inliilite btiylnu sprees before (lie new two per cent retail sales tax K«i's Into eircct nt 12:01 a.m. Sun- ilav. Hales were up In many stores lln-iiiiKbpul Hie .stale, iiltlmiiijli one Nashville slore lejinrted It, di-ln't. knuw whether the looming sale;: (nx. inontli-ciid salc.s or "the. fact. »'t liuvc soniu lower-priced things" wsn She cause. A qhattii'goga mei-- <-hant estimated that five per cent <>i Ills recent 15 per cent jump m >"i fs could bo attributed to the sales lax. Much of the increased' buying was renorlccl to Iw on hlgh-pnc«t ['cms where the tax would run Into dollars rather than pennies. Musifiil FRESH I'u si oi l!,e .season . . . a iul is fieri til! For years I Hi, |>ul,lj c | la , I'-csii ni'iicli is av.iilablc < m | v Lots O f in our sloi-c! • tcllVious? II'M \von- ]<iiowii KOKTUNK'H 'III'" \V<! 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Aluminum frame and colortul ina't-rl-il are 'lin- l» ivion.-; tr, n,e sun. \vlml and rain. Light I,, handle, yet made lotion:; wear and ion-;!, treatment See j Our Display: • | i Window! i Royal Comfort for Sun Sprawlmq Luxurious lounce de:,jj;nt il . .. , i.,o. Adjustable |«>Mli;,ns make ii. po:-Mbi,- t,, 1( -las In I lensilh. Cusliiiineri pad [cm ud ,'i,': -vslv bic fabric in bright colors, uicel tram,- ';,•»! v irels make easy moving. Complete Selection of Fine Lawn Furniture ALVIN HARDY Furniture 113 East Main- Phone 2302 Boxer Short Sets for Boys Sizes 2-7 • The TOT SHOP ContiniinuH Shows ICvery Day x Office Opvns 1:45 Show S|;u-t!i 2;(m MSTKN TO KI.CH 8100 a.m. 12HS j,. m 4 :M p m, Time Today Love Laughs at Andy Hardy wllli Jllrkey Itnoney and llonlla (irunvinn I'arainonut News C'<mtliiii<ius Sh Kvcryday Saturday Serial "Sun of (iuarOsman" No. 14 mul Short •' Cotil'il Shows Sat. 18:30 ta H:M Sunday and Monday tllttlll 1| liT»C ?ltl[l-?r,(,cil k r [Hill IU11 iiniiiiii ir iiitn limn . 1 Paramount News; Also Shorlv C'unl'd. Slums Hun. 1:10-H;» llov orrin; Opens nl 0:30 Opens Sunday 1:90: Starts' 1:15 <'niitiininus Shows Silt, and Sun. llarcaln Nislit I.Vcry XIgM Except Katiinlay N T 0 passes hoiuircd on Sunday fit the Kuxy. Last Time Today Do You Love Me? uilli .ll.-tiirccn O'Har.l and Dick Hasmcs Saturday Serial "Chirk Carter" ?>*«. 3 * Short Selected Shorts Confd Shows Sat, 12:3«-ll:M Sunday and Monday CDRWfiitt w^£ Fox N'r.ivs A Selected Short Sibjcct Cont'd Shows San. l:U-ll:W

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