The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 31, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 31, 1947
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PAGE' TWO BLYTIUSVILLE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MAY «J, 19-17 AtewA— EmiyWixson, Society Editor Phone 461 Mrs Barham v Honored _ALBridge.Club Party il~Mrs. C. W. Alford entertained t' niembers of 'Thursday Bridge Club I last nlsht;.with,a .aj^ne^jfiavty, hi 1 compliment .to /club .member.,Mrs. I Russell Barnaul."- wrio -will 'move [ June..7,t<j Colotjiclo .Springs. .Colo. | The dinner .was served at small • tables .decorated, with. roses.. Roses effectively. !wr*.qged. An. a ..ceut-er.- - piece also decorated- the dining {. room table. I The guest o( honor was show } c-red with gifts of handkerchiefs £ by the group. ;;-',' 'I . ! \ When bridge was plnyed. Mrs. f J, J. Cookson won high score if prize and bridge went to Mrs. I,. E. \ Baker. Sophomores Elect Officers for '48 > I Baker-Whittle Rites !. Pledged in Hernando £' Mrs. G. C. Whittle ,of Yarbro ;• today announced the. niarriaKe ol ? her daughter, Miss Betty 'Whittle '_ to Bill Baker of 'Promised -Land t son of Mrs. 'Unnie Cannon of f Promised; Land. ;. - - i £ The wedding ceremony was sol- lr cmniz:d last Saturday (u Hernando, f Miss. ": "' ! "'' '' r The brid.e wore a ohic dress .with J white accessories:'" She , was,; grad'• uuted; this jcar from Hollaijd/' Mi), > High' School; Mr:'-Baker iW'as grad.' listed in 1845 from iBIythevllle Hiah j..School. '.'« ." .: ,,, t Follottlug the ceremony, Mr/'and i" Mrs. .Bilker too)i a : ,b'rief^ wedding ', trip before returning here lo make £ their home at Promised Land. !• Mrs. Hughes Hostess' \ With Bridge Luncheon s Mrs. -P.OSS D. Hughes was; hostess ' Thursday to membsrs of tlieThui'S-j ij'day Luncheon Cltib ; arid another! j Kuest, Mrs. Jerry Poe, at the Hughes '; home at 920 'West Main St..- . i f The luncheon was served at ^ the d'^'ug room .table, which was" '* centered with a bowl ol while .'"snapdragons. In afternoon bridge , games. -Mrs. —Byron Morse \vqii high score priz« .• and Mrs: Russsll iPhilUus held sec- jVond high. ' ' ' ';'•"-' > I Weiner Roast .Given • •>• ••, ^ For 26 Church Youths- .;• !_- '-Momb j'rs- 'of the 'Junior' Feiiow- jj Church were entertained last night -, ...n,. _ -.-., —'it-past la.t the t> =" 1 Bits of News Mot-ily Mr. and Mrs. Alfred a. Hurlty of Battle Creek, Mich., accompanied by 'Miss Buulah 'Fisher of Battle Creek, left yesterday to return to their home after having been tho gusts two weeks of Mrs. Hurley'f. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Oakley Cummins, al their home on East Main Street. Delores Parker accompanied them back to Battle Creek to s the Summer. Miss Frances Sue Bright arrived liome yesterday from St, Charles, Mo,, where she was a studerit at Lindenwood College, to spend Summer with her parents, Mr. and Mia. Charles Bright. Staff Sergt. Don Seal of the local lecruitinu office, returned yesterday after spending a 21-duy furlough In Piggott, Ark. . , Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Partlow of Parai>oiild and Mrs. H, E. 'Neblett of Little Rock \vcre here last night, to attend commencement exercises of Illytheville High School 'graduating class, of which their grand- Jimmy IScrry Vivian Taylor Nnncy Partlow, Junior High Honor Roll Announced Junior High School honor roll students for the last semester and last six weeks were announced today by A. E Caldwell, principal, following the last day of school' yesterday before classes were d!.i- missed for the Summer. For the eighth grade, they yore Charles Bclknai), Peggy Freeman, Mona Joy Galncs, Bonnie Ooff. Mona Qoodrich, Dick Reid, Mur- rav Smart. Edward pipkin, Joh.i Wilks. and Sue Orsunrn. ' Receiving honorable mention In the eighth grade wore Benny By- vinii, Jim Deer, Nancy Bratcher, La vena Crump, Melba Pryor, Stanley in^nnn, Charles Pritchard, n> lien field and Ruth Hale. Seventh grade students on the honor roll were Rosemary' '• Monc'- ghan, Melballne Hill, Clovis nctt and Bobby Orsburn. Receiving honorable mention were Harold Ro bcrtson; Bill Wunderlieh, Mary Ann riorjeson, Jane Wilson, Betsy Bell Doris Bean, Dorothy Bradley, £>!• phla Bright. Billie Jo Browntug Wlnni Beth Buckley, Lyd 4 Crittcn- daughter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H.' G. Piirllmv. was a • member, Mr. and. ii,,i| p.i ncuin •Mrs.. Parllow returned to .their' "„,. ' ' ionic and Mrs. Neblett remained or a brief visit and lo attend a llano I'f'Cital Tuesday night, in vhlch Miss Partlow will be _ presented. IMIss Aim Decn' is home from Hcnflrlx College, Conway, to spend the''Siltnmcr vacation with .her mother, Mrs. George P. Smith, and den. Donna Sue Gore, Ilowell Boyd School of Music To Present Pupils n Two Recitals Mr. nucl Mrs. D:i!ton C. Fo.vlston of Fowlslon School of Musli; u'ili present one of the largest music classes In the history of Blythpvillj in a rocita! Monday and Tnc-sclay nlglits In the Hifh School Aiidi- torlnm. The 10 pupils Include several from out of town. Monday n<ghl, rhythm pupils, ne- Blnners and intermcclintcs, will present a recital nt 1:30 o'clock. Tuesday night al 8 o'clock, advanced piano am! voice stiulJ will bt presented in a recital in the High School Auditorium. The public Is InvlU-d, it was announced. At The Hospitals Hlythcvlllc Hnspital Admitted: Larry Burgcsoii. city. Charles Saliba, Slcclc, Mo. Barbara. Nell HiaHhis, city. Mrs. W. F. Shcllon, Lcaehvi!!': Mrs. James Honcycutl, city. Wilma Joyce Bend, h'l«>.<•, Me;. Linda Housball'j, Deei'in;! Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Caldwell i son. Dan, will Join their son and brother. Chester, nt Durham, N. C.. where he is a student at Duke University and the family will spend a vacation at various points before returning here. Dan, who wa s graduated last, night* from ISIylhcvillc High School, will enter Duke University next Full. Betty Woodson has arrived home Lurry Bnker Bobby Estes, Nita Hose and Louise Hopper On the eighth grade honor roll for tho last six weeks were William Aus- lln, Charles Bclknop, Tommy Craig, Nancy BrnteheV. Mona Games, H<m- nie Gofr. Mona Goodrich, Dick Reid. Murray Smart. Graham S'.id- bnry, Edward Pipkin, John Wllks, Robert. Reid, Ruth "Hale, and Sue Orslnirn. Students receiving , honorable mention • wor> Denny Byrum, Jim Deer, Lavona Crump. Prances Dowdy. Peggy Freeman, Betty Jean Go- forlh, Bobby White! Mclba PryDV. Lottie SUlu-cll, Betty "Tomllnson, Diana zellnr, Stanley Ingrum Charles Prilchard. and AnneMa Humphreys.. Seventh grade honor roll students for the last six weeks were Betsy Mrs. Mnl.tic Wliito. Cocili'f, Hrtchel ilryunt, city. Mrs. [:. S. Arinslri]>:i. D( II Mm shall Gr-nlry city. Walls • nicmlfTrrt: I'Ved H. Krlley, Yar'jwi. Mrs. .Chester Kt-llens ar.d Sle'elc, Mo. Gcrdie E'A-arder, C.M'utliei' Mo. Mrs. nlclmrd Glbte rani city. Mrs. Ardon Kpeight. raid 'aruthersville. Conald Koo:it/, Lilhounv.-, Charles Lacy. Steels. Mrs. E. D. LHwrcnc:, city. Mo. toby CaruthcrsviUe to See Home Talent in Play Hcverly Alley Officers of next year's Larry I.utz sophomore class at Blytlicville Illijn .'School Will be Jimmy Berry, pieflident; Vivian Taylor, vice presided; Beverly Mley, secretary, and lurry l.ut:'.. treasurer. Byicle-to-be Honored. With Two Mbre 'Parties = H ' ' '• Miss Era Wright, .bride-elect of ; Honrc6 Coffer of Ti'lmble, Tcnn., was again honored last night when Mrs.. Carl Marshall, and -Mrs.. PhlJ- llp Applcbnum entertained at Hie .home . willi : an Infovmtil yed • ; Ih'c' , _.. ,.,. ,- v ,-, and.: Coasted, \veiners at ifi'c'" fcirb'ftlie ' pit'' Cold brinks were ialso sewed. Mrs. Maucii •Mellon,- supervisor of the group, arranged' tjanies. . .. .. ... | Receive Jeweled Pins. t In Banquet Ceremony » -The; Jewel ceremony and banquet 5- for 12- charter members of Alpha '{ Beta Chapter_of J3psilon _SiRna• Al' pha "Sorority "was" hehl'"Tnursday --niglii In -the .Colonial Room of Ho.-- tcl Ncble. .-' Receiving jeweled pins during the •J 'forma] i".!C?s "."werj ^Blllle'. Damon, V/Miss Rose'saliba, Miss Amelia Sa- 5 liba, Mrs, Carson Alley, Mrs. Roby frl Blaylock. Miss Mary Lois Mor\, ein; s .Nancy ;Hart. Miss Ainu ; Coin, Miss i He!m»'> Johnsen, Misg Amf > Marjorle Robertson, Miss Floy •''•' Sample and Miss Martha Loll >. Burke. ;. Yellow calla Illlies and Dutch iil: > res effectively arranged with glow.* inK ' yellow candles centered the £ta!?le at which the three-course '•' dinner" was .served. Miss. Johnsen cenli throughout the. home. 1 •' "Quests' : were 15 of the guest of honor's most intimate friends. Miss Wright was presented a gift by her hostesses. . ' Another of the many parties lie-1 Ing Klven for her was at the home of 'Mrs. E. >B. Thomas Thursday nipht when she entertained with an informal party and handkerchief shcwnr. Guests were nine of Mis 4 Wright's friends, entertained in a s'clttni! of roses. Tho hostess presented Miss Wriiihl a Rift of .china. Mrs. Thomas wa s assisted in en- tcrtninius by Miss June MeAdams. Teacher and Pupils Honored With Party 'Mrs. .Boycc Moore and Mrs. George M. Stilwcll entertained Wednesday with a surprise parly foi third gr;ide students and their teacher, Mrs. Georpe WisKs. The hostesses, ino'lier* of thin (Traders Sara Boh Slilwell and Polli Sue Moore, surprised the group i: the classroom. Refreshments were served ant Bert Ross and Chester Lewis. Miss Alice Siillba is sponsor .of the group.. assisted by Miss' Barbara Culllson. ' • • •' . -•.>-.' 'Senior Girl Honored following Commencement Mi 1 .- and Mrs. Leon Scherer entertained last night in honor ol Mlsi J2'annino Scherer, daughter of Mi. and Mrs. Cornelius ! Scherer. graduating student at BlythevUlc High -Ecliool, following commencement c-xercises. : Guests Included from OH I of town Thomas Lawrence and Perry Npal Burton, both of Stecle, Mo., and Dorothy Miz;ll of Victoria. My. Mrs. Matlie Allen Is II! al the home of her son, B. j. Allei. 1137 West Holly St. Mrs. Murray Smart and "son, Murray Jr., will leave Monday ' for College Station, Texas, 'to viiit Mrs. Smart's sister, Mrs. joe On-, and family. They plan to : spend month. .. ,; •presented a t vocal solo and Miss J Damon gave a poem. v : 'Miss. Rose Salib'a, who served as .£< mistress of ceremonies, spoke briefly Von- the plans of- the sorority for >~theT_next year's work. =J Photographs were taken. Follow> ing - the ceremony, three of the :*Vcharter members, Miss Johnsen.] ' ".Miss Damon and Miss Cain, and Tp Pn _Ap r; two .other members of the sorority. i> - v -" ™S ''Miss Butonne Jaggers and Miss i-Wanda McBride, were hostesses ^witli one of "the season's largest .dances at Club 61. ea-h student was presented a favor. Gifts were presented Mrs Wings. Guests included the student': teachers for next year. Miss Flor ence Moore and -Mrs. Kennet! Whiltfell, fourth grade instruc tors. •I; A new weapon used In capturing * wild animals Is' a gas gun. which 'releases lumes . instead of bullets. Have Picnic. -hurch Women Honor School Seniors High School seiiiors of Calvary Javtllst Church and their guesls •ere entertained Thursday with a Inner party in the rccreiiUomil ooins of the church. Hostesses for the occasion »vciv Mrs. Beulah Lloyd. Mrs. Jim Eng- anti, Mrs. Bertie Vnsthlndcr. Mrs. Jon Whitlcy. Mrs. ^rabel l.uns- orcl. Mrs P. If. Jernigan and Mrs. O. W. Davis of thK Woman's Society of Christian service. Mrs. Lloyd served as Mistress of -cremonies for the Impromtu pro- I hree A*"e' Complimented At Party.For Graduates arnduatcs of B\yt ll ev|ll<iy.'Hig'i Schoolj'wjsi-p g^ues'li .last -jil^ht fpl- lowinj;'. commencement exercises at the P. D. Joyner homo. 1103 Holly St.. when Mr. tint! _ Mrs Joyner. Mr. and Mrs...J{us3*U. Bnrhain mid Mr. and l«trs.. Jodie Nabers entcr- tutned wilh an InfOj'iMrJ ' drop-In in honor of . their ; ctaucjhters. Mi's Mary Lou : Joyner. Miss Wanda Barhani and Miss Mary Jo Nabers. The .guests . of.^ Honor receivert seniors and - their jinyits. GMests ncluded Miss Mary Betty Woodson liqniR frqm Virghv.a Intprmont College, fcr the Surnr.UT . vjiratioii, and Jolin White, home from Boon- villo. Mo., following his yradun- tion from Kcinper Military School. The home was decoiatoil willi tjlactioli, lilies and othor gart'cii flowers. Pansics ccutci'cd the re frcsluncnt table. : •' » • • Club Is Entertained • By Mrs. R A. Copeland Members ol the Jolly Eight club were entertained Thursday night by Mr,s. R. A.- Copelaml at Inn gaines. high i'a Ann Johnson. Pat Henrn, Mel- Inline .Hill. Clovis Garnctt, Bobby Orsburn and wallou Powell. Receiving honorable mention were fioxanne Johnson. Bill Wunderlieh. Uobb Jean Seymore, Olene Stone. Jane Wilson, Carol Ann Bailey. Dorothy 'Bradley, Sophia Bright, Billio Jo •Browning. Lyda Crltten- den,.-Greta Curtis, Louise .llpppei', and' Granvillo Cooley. Ndzorenes Plan For Vacation Bible Classes 'Vacation Bible School at the First'Church'of the Naiarcne wi " be'gin June 2 and continue through June 13. the Rev. Daniel Stafford, pastor, said today. 'Classes will begin each morning, Monday through Friday, at o'clock. •Mrs. Mclba Cobb is the school superintendent. She will be assisted hy Sunday School teachers and workers of the church. The School will include study periods, art craft periods nnd amusement periods. Classes will be conducted for each age prouji between four and 14. A graduation service will be held June 13. with each class de- monstiatins what they have accomplished during the school. Students from other Sunday Schools are invited, the pastor said. CARUTHEUSVILL.E, Mi)., May 30. —The Carutheisville Woman's Chib yesterday announced I Ha:, the home ti-.lent play they are sniKUpviiv; to be presented June 12-13. will be directed by Miss Jean Mitchinoi- nf Memphis. Tenn., who will arrive jv here early next week 10 put the cast Into]. One of the features will IK a "Tiny Tot" popularity content, for children two through six years of age, with a cash award to ba given the winner. Mrs. Clara Biglu'.m is president of the s|K>n^orini, r club, and co-chalrnmn of the play committee are Mrs. P. W. Coleman and Mrs. J. R. Hutchison. these were from Blytiu;vil!e. The dining room table was centered with while roses ntr.T.-iged In a low bowl. Bride-elect Honored With Afternoon Party OSCEOLA, May 31.—Miss Mary Helen Parsons, bride-f-lecc of William C. Ayres. was honored Thursday afternoon with a:i informal party at the home of Mrs. Mary Matlock when Mrs. Mullock and Miss Lillian B. Ayres entertained CO guests. The guest of honor v,n;; presented a corsage of pink ros-'s. The dining room tablj was centered with miniature bride iind bridesmaids placed on a mlrriir. Ont-of-town quests pvesent vvtr? Miss Ann Brunncr of Markeu Tree. Miss Jean Speck of Frenchman's Bayou, Mrs. E. J. Kiroy of D&vtoim Beach. Pla.. Mrs. Henry Humphreys, Mrs. C. A. Ilovey of Blytlvjvlll.!, Mrs. Joe Culloin Jr. of Wils'i:! ana Mrs. Coming Event* MONDAY . Wesleyan Guild of First Mclho- | dist church meeting at the church, 8 p.m.. with Miss Eutopia Whitworth as hostess. Woman's Missionary Society of First Baptist Church meeting nt the churchj 2:30 ixm., for busings?.. Young Woman's Auxiliary o r . First Baptist Church meeting with Mrs. Charles Davis, 7:30 p.m. Mrs- .1. C. Ellis. Jr., entertaining GFJO Club, All-tiny meeting of Woman's Missionary Society of Calvnry fiaptii't Church at the church, with luncheon. Royal Service program niH business. Recital of rhythm class of Fowlston School of Music at High School, 7:30 P.m. 1TUESDAY' St. Stephen's Episcopal Auxiliary meeting wilh Mrs. A. H. Olsen, 7:30 p.m. Mrs. E. M. Terry, Jr.. will eiUer- Uiin Double G Club members. Mrs. w. C. Higglnson hostess to Tuesday Bridge Club. Piano and voice recital at' High School by Fowlston School Of Music students. 8 p.m. WEDNESDAY Mrs. T{. C. Rose will be hostess to the Town and country Bridge Club at Rosoland. Mrs. V. G. Holland and Mrs. H A .Taylor entertaining wilh afternoon party complimenting Miss Lynn Jackson, brute-elect of Joe W. McHaney. Leroy Wlldy of Etowah. Boxer Short Sets for Boys Sizes 2-7 The TOT SHCW SICK WATGH? HAVE IT HXED S by EXPERTS $ >: Watch and Jewelry re- >! pairs by men who know >; low cost to you. >; ALL WOUK GUAKANTKKU : .J ramediate Delivery oa All \Vurkv GUARD'S 1 * WE BUY * WE SELL USED FURNITURE JIMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO, Following the dinner, the group attended Ihe Mississippi County Assoeintional list Church. Rally at First Biiu- Krief Interlude HAVER HILL, Mass- (Ul'» four-generation family lasted home. In afternoon rook score prize went to Wren, second to Mrs. Copeland and rooko to Miss Cleo Wren. The hostess served a dessert plate. PFO Chapter, Guests Entertained At Supper OSCEOLA. Ark., May .31.—The P. E. )O. Sisterhood Chapter O met only briefly here when Mrs. Emma T. Raymond. 82. died five hours after her granddaughter. Mrs Albert Ricard, gave birth to a son. Mrs. Grover Wednesday I'llght at Ihe plantation home of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. B. Young when they entertained wiih an al-fresco supper pa'.ty. . This was Ihe organl/.Eilieu's 1 meeting until Fall. Other than the n members present were Mrs. Fred Taylor Jr. P. E. O. guest, and guests of members and their husbands. Many ni The Tri-Hi-Y. leen-ago girls Blythevillc Y. spent yesterday nt Bis Lake. The group had a picnic anl weincr roast and durir.p the day enjoyed boating and games. They were, chaperoned by Mrs. CURB SERVICE! CURB SERVICE! If G4AND OPENING! SAtURDAY, MAY 31 HEUR'S Grocery and Market •^ . N«w Location So. Highway 61 Below Swift Oil Mill Open Sunday and Wednesday for Your Convenience Complete Line of Groceries . . . Meats . . . Fresh Fruits & Vegetables FfM t Dtltv«ry • Phone 2632 iSomeihirg to Roar About! j Chicken-N-Basket • J If you \vanl M i.ion-Sized incsil with plenty of ! KoKlfii '"vied chicken—try our Chickcn-In- • BusUet. You'll agvec with everyone—Hint this ! is a NKW, n HE'lTEH treat than lias • Hlythcviilo in a loiur. '"Hb' Ume. Ti-y it j {-aid toll yotiv friends about it! i ! One-half Spring Fryer ! 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