The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 11, 1947 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 11, 1947
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" • •"• t ' J>ACB FOUB BLYl'HBVILLE (ARK.)~ COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUN'K 11, 19'1V <? • 4 'fXMueut Emily Wivson, Society Editor 9 Phone 461 Worth Holder as hostess. Mrs. James Terry held high' ami Mrs. Gene Teaforrt, second In afternoon games. Another guest was Mrs. Karl Wa- • • » % mi M|S. Alford Honored MO. E. S. Banquet One of the season's most interesting social affans >vas i banquet dcnpfuhl. glvtn last niaht al Hotel Noble by I Summer flowers were used to de- B!y<he\lHc Chaptei of the Oid'i of corate the home, the' Eastern Bin in honoi of Mrs ' A dessert course was served fo!- C. Jl/V. Alfoid. member of the chap- lowing games. ter> here who recently was named] . « • District Depulv Grand Leuluiei cf Mrs. J ones Entertains the; 15th Distilct of O E S •' ... , "Good Ole summertime" was the Uub Members, HUSDandS tlicinc carried out in the program and In place cards and decorations. Members of Tuesday Bridge Cl'-io Mrs. -W. D. Cobb served as toast- and their husbands were entcr- ml&icss and Wilbur W;.h) gave Ihe tallied lost night by Mr. and Mrs. invocation for the 40 m;:iib<;rs and niley B. Jones at their home m Guests present. Mrs. Love Arlamb, Manila with a dinner party, folio»- - • cd by bridge games. worthv matron of> Dlytheyillc .ci-ap- cd by bridge games, terlsa^e the welcoihp.idtires5.Tna' Gunsls included Chester Flip sans "Good- Die Summer- «™ Mr «nd Mrs._ Dlx e M Cniw- bull ^4 uuuu vjiv; IJMHIIUUJ - , and a toait to the deputy was '<>?« °' Joncsboro, formerly of and her hosless were as- und Hollowing Mrs. Alford'? response,' siste ,f b ' v i)cr Brents Mr songs to the deputy wire presented Mrs Wa j t(?r Car( i. by "a vocal trio made: u,) o,' Mrs. T. i , HiBll bridge prize for the Banes. Mrs. W. C. Colston nr.d wctll . to r) o ylc Henderson Mvf. Conb. men and women. t« Mvs. T.ioyd flic pidgram was pi-)u'U\l on an j Rtirkmon. Cut prize was awarded umbrella-jhapsd card w.!h llu> lill-;jto Mvs. Jeste Taylor. "ArDrpuly Banc]«2t." l-'late (.aids) Mixed garden flowers were at- leaUuecl hand-painted pictures of lh» euc-st of honor nealh a'rose'arbbiv standing bc- tractively arranged in entertaining Is N amc Alfiin exemiilificd numter; of I ho I Tho daiichtcr born Sunday to Mr. for their work in 1947. The >.,„., Mr3 , E H "Adcnda Sunrise" was preEcnteil, using cinbtcniiltlu colovs/ at:d Rifts were presented to Mrs. Alford. The 60 members and guc. 1 -:!* present' at the hall included II. <V Joiin- sori, grand sentinel of the gmnU chapter, .and. Mrs..Johnson of Lit- tleiRock, Mrn. Bess Stantn-i of near al the Mcth- Hospital in Memphis has been Mocfc Wedding Staged At DeH Shower Party A peek into the future was given to Miss Irene Mugcrs '>f Ml, urkte- clecl of dulls C. Duncan of Kc-n- i\cll, Mo., when she was compll- Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Relchcl and Mr. and Mrs. E M. Terry have returned from the University of Arkansas, Fayettevllle, where MrtT Terry, the former Miss Virginia Relchcl, received her Bachelor of Arts Degree. She was a Journalism major. men ted with u party In which a, Mrs. Byron Moore and small son, | Byron, Jr., arc visiting her mother, ' " ~ mock wedding .was staged. Scene for the affair, given Thursday night by the Wjmun's Society of Christian Service <}'- DM Mctli- odsl Church, was the Dell Club House. Biidn! bouciu>i> or imliy breath and baskets ol white glad- toll' and burning while i.^psrs enhanced the setting. The "bride", slx-yivr-old Elizabeth Ann Ticlwcll, wore a flaor- lenglh weddint! gown with a laco veil and carried u nosruay of flowers. The "bridegroom" was seven- year-old Larry Moody. Nuptial music was presented by Mrs. Orln Mrs. W. N. Plttman of Fayettevllle. Also with them Is Mrs. Moore's sister, Mrs- Carlton Conrad, and Dr. Conrad, of Richmond, Va. Miss Virginia Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Williams of 1059 Holly St., has returned home from Mary-Baldwin College, Stanton, Va., to spend the Summer. She has Just completed her freshman year In college. Mr. Mrs. Johnny Long and son. Johnny Jr., and Mr. and Mvs. Letter M. Cooper, all of Memphis, have returned to their homes a!Grcen of Manila, pianist, and Char- | ( e r having spent a few days here ley Ruth Blankemlnp, wlin sang | .i s guests of Johnny's and Mrs. "Indian Love Call" nn:l "Because." Coopsr's mother, Mrs. John Lon£, anct family. Mrs. Cooper Is the 1 lormer Mis* Pegey Lorn.'. •Mr. and Mrs. GeorRe N. StilweU j»ml daughters. Sarah Bob, George Ann nnrt Lottie Pearl, left today for Irirtianapollu, Ind.. and St.. Txiuls. Mi., to spend their Sum- As the "bride" a:id "iirUlcgrooin" walked down the aisles, they pulled a while covered of miscellaneous gift:; for the ^nesi of honor. She also was presented a rorsagi: of .while roses. Arierward, a rccentum was held with refreshments of "wcddlnij" cake und jninc'li seivc-cl frorii a table laid with a laee cloth and cffec- llvcly <lccoraled with t'ljweri. Pre-' f^inilv, and in St. Louis, Umv also; siclinR at ttiis table were'Mrs. C. C. j will be guests of Mrs. Stilwcli'sl Burton and Nfrs. Mavis ScUluinlrc, relntlves, assisted by Mrs. L. M. Moody and Dr. und Mrs. H. A. Tavlpr were In We the Women BY RUTH MIUXTT NEA Stalf Wrltn young married couple who up on farms hea4 for the city and Its advantages. They set up housekeeping In a email apartment. . * Then nlong conies Junior. And they .work and worry trying to give Junior Ifcw of the advantages Officers Elected At Girls' State In Little Rock LITTLE ROCK, Ark, June 11. (Ul>)—The Federalist roily held a sweeping victory In Ark.uisua Gills' State today, having lak.m s'.x of the eight major offices In yesterday's election. The Nationalist Party look two offices, those of Iniv.l commissioner and chief juak-e of the supreme court. Sworn in last nigh', by Chief Justice Ciriffin smith of the Arkansas Supreme Court were: Margaret Day of Fort Smith, governor; Katlnyn Grccr of Helena lieutenant governor; Ix>is Qrccr. o Magnolia, secretary of slnlo; Am Williams of Warren, state treasurer Judy Flocks of Fort Smith, sinti auditor; Connie Puddopiiait -jf I'lui Bluff, land commissioner; Hetty I.u I'ittman of El Dorado, attorney sen cral; and Eleanor Slubblefield o El Dorado, chief justice ot tile tu preme court. Mississippi County Girl Staler; winning officers were Ann Malnck of O^ceola, municipal judge; Mnr ion Mayes of Dlylhevills, alderman Ann Driver of Osurala, .ilrlcnmn . . _ . und Ilillie Jean Rogers ol Ijiythe- joy the world ol trees anc! streams? they had as country children. Wlien he is a baby Just getting him out on the sidewalk in his buggy Is a. complicated routine When he starts walking he has to be taken dally lo the nearest park and watched every minute while he runs and plays. Comes the time when the couple decides Junior must have the experience of playing Vilh other children. That involves the ex pcnse of nursery school and lh< job of taking, and bringing him home each day. UNNKCRSWARY TROUBLE They feel sorry for Junior, wh< must play with educational toys in lieu of tree s to'climb, a .creek lo wade in. a puppy to play wit'i Vacation time is another prob , im-| Housewife, Baby Leave Scotland; Come to Yarbro__^ A Scottish lass, Miss Christian Stark, found love In Germany during the war when she met an American soldier, Scrgt. Alvin C. Whittle of Yarbro, and tliey were married. T\his week, she became an American housewife. Mr. ana Mrs. Whittle and their daughter, Heather Angela, smiled happily today following their reunion at Yarbro, where Mr. Whittle is a farmer. "I think I wilj like It very well here," Mrs. Whittle said, She and Heather Angela, 10 months old, arrived from Scot- (and a passenger In the cab, Miss Faydill Ray, were also l:ijua-<i. They were treated at Fox's CUn'.c in Ma- liila. No re|X)rt of their injuries wns made at the time of :,he accident to investigating officer';, he explained. Both suffered l^s lacerations. land aboard Ihe ship Huddleston. Mr, Whittle returned to the states last October. Mrs. Whittle, veteran of four years service in the armed forces, and her husband met in Prank- furl, Germany. They were married at her home in District Ca- pulh. Perth County, Scotland, In July of IMS. GiHLS ENTERIHG WOMANHOOD... TbU great Jicdlclue Is /omens to relieve pntii, nervous (Jlaui'.ss and wr»k, 'dniy^ed our rvsilc«s ft-cha^s, of certain diiys'—svlicti due- lo (u UonaL monthly dlsturbnitcrs. PiU f. PIMHAM'S Ft* A Wf ffS ville, Justice of the piacc. Poppy Sale Report Given At Legion Auxiliary Meet OSOUOLA, June II. - - The *me- mor VTcatlon. In Indlfnapilis. thoVji-jean Legion Auxiliary met Monday ' The farm couple go to a lot of Hot Springs Future Homemakers of America For Your Children's Summer Sunsuits Visit The TOT SHOP unnecessary trouble trying to bring representing Mississippi County another world to their youngster, 1 schools are spending tills week at a world he has never known and Cam l> Couchdalc in Hot Springs. Mr. Jeanne Davis, and Mrs, Davi.> Mrs. R. O. Edwards. Mountain Home over the weekend. parents of a son, Daha. six. Mrs. Magcr.s. mother of Mi> brlrle-chct, Davis is the former Miss Son and Mrs. Elmo Duncan of Kenneil, Richards, dnuiihtcr of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Richards. n Compliments Baiidv, Mts..{i»bcl llwion am: Mr. 1 and Mrs. Stilve-11 'at OscjoU .IIKI Mr, and .Mrs. 'Curtis Haifoi'd nr.d MBS. Frank J. Turck r)f Blylhevillc. * * • DAR Congress Delegates Speak at Luncheon Meet Mrs. A. G. Little ami Mrs. A. Co;uv,'S, .delegates to the National CensifSs of the Daughters of the American Revolution, held recently in'. Washington, D. C., made rc- pcjIs yesterday at a' luncheon meeting oi tr>e Q^nrirvoi--: Chap'.rr nf D.'A. n. al-Hotel.Noble. Mrs. R. C. KO'M. Mrs. W. T. Oierst and Mrs. ,5 JP Martin vrsre hostesses. Mrs. Little presented a report on the Congress and Mrs. Conwny on th* Valley* Forge Tower pror.ram:' Mis? '.Vaiinvb.-'-wliUlcy, - n. A. R Go'bd CiCizIrisl-iip ..Girl for m47,--wns introduced to the 14 ineirbirs nrc- sejrl aiir! presrnted a Good Citizen- shin certificate. FUB'mary of the accomplishments 'ol D.» A. R. .during World War II. IVjs<; Little Hostess Tp Double Gijlyle Miss Frances Little was hoslcs- !a4t niRhl to the Double G Club n her home, 91!) W. Main. Mrs. Saiirord Boon'c receivcrt hip,1 sojre prise and Mrs. Lynn Hughes second. Guests other thnn member.'; wer M£s. Sanford Shcllon and Mrs Hushes. Bouquets of mixrri flowers, ac cented by roses, decorated th 1 ionic- Iced drinks were served. C!ub Is EnteUained By Mrs. Worth Holder 'J'he Tri-Town Bridge Club met yesterday .afternoon . with Mrs Crown Contender •I c * are also The U5 gue.sts inclu>li:.i Mrs. Karl While there, they visited Norfork Lake. When Mlllsrd Clayton Edds re- •etved his Bsicliel^r of Science de- zrce from the University of Ar- Kansas (Motiday ni^ht in commence- W:nt exercises. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. KdrU of Tilythcvllle were among |hosc prcsont. Thnv were accompanied to Fayetteville by Mrs, Pcg- p.v Rhaw ol Chicago a»^ other friends and relatives of Millard. Mr. and Mrs. Raydo Veach and family and Mr. and Mrs. Veiicb are snendinc a few days at Norfork Lake. While there they will hunt and' fish. mother of the Miss Jeaneltu Duncan of Kcnnctl, sister ol the bridegroom-elect; Mi-ss Belty Craven of Caruthersville, Mo., Mrs. Lester Gill of Oscool.i. Mrs. R. A. Grccnway and Mrs. Roland Green of Blythcville. Mrs. Frank J. Turck, who will'' ~ ~ ' -avo Monday to return lo her, 13 Girls Begin Yfork omc in Ulica, N. Y., after Uav- iir resided here for some time liile L'eutcnant Colonel Turck •as stationed nt Blythcville Ar- 'Y Air Field and overseas, was lie guest of honor when Mrs. Gean .tkinson entertained yRstqrdny 'ilh a luncheon at, Holcl Noble. will be ruesls of Mrs. Stllwcll's nlq |,t, w jt!i Mrs. Jlmmie Rolxrls as slslor. Mrs. Ernest Cordray. .and hostess Mrs. Jimmic Bass, president, con- ucled busiiicss ami gave a report n the Poppy Sale for osccola and South Mississippi county, which otaled $313.83. This sale is spon- orcd by the Vnt«rans of Foreign iVars aiul the Auxiliary. Plans were discussed inr the Rtnte Convention to be held in Little Peck, .lulv 25 and 2fi. Mis. Bass was •leclcd as delegate with I.Irs. E. S. Shippcn as nlternatc. A social hour followed the meet- ill,'. A yellow color scheme was car- ied oul in the table centerpiece f n yellow-bowl filled with gla- ioli and plncocards for the six iicst.s. Guesls included Mrs. Wil- icun J. nignoy of t:xcclsior Springs, ,10. Mrs. Turrk was presented a cor- nRC of yellow chrysanthemums. As Scouts After Fly-up Beginning work as Girl Scouts this week were 13 c.irls who officially climaxed their three ycaiv Brownies Saturday morning in a Kly-np ceremony at the -Little House in Walker Park. The new ScouU are Pat Partlow, Polly Deer. Jiin'nic Moore. Jo Ann Mvcrs, Yvonne Lovelace, Oil-men Cary, Harbnra Wnlkins. Mill's Alice Wroten, Manya Kay Blankenship, Margery Dani;herly, Donna Dcclman, Sue Jobe and Gall Whitsitt. Meetinqs Chlckasnwba Lodge 134. F and AM. meeting in regular communication tomorrow nJEht nt the hall, by order of the Worshipful Master, Max Parks. ' \ VIrs. While is Hostess To Club Eight Members Club Eight met lasl niglil with Mrs. JCESC M. While as hostess. All members of the club were Halberts Have Son A son was born Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Halbort nf Mountain Home. The baby, their first child, has not been named. Mrs. Halbcrt is tbe former Miss Jane Nickclson of Blythcville. of the Veterans of Foreign Wars will hold Ihcir weekly meeting at 7:311 Idniqlii at the Wctcnkamp Cotton Co. office. Mrs. Lcoua Grimes. Bt'owulc- leader. was presented n frill by the troop as a token of their at>- rrecialion for her 1 work with thorn. The, parents ol the children were presenl. Mrs. H. G. P.llltow whs in chares of aiTiimioincnls - Refreslimcnls present. Mr,. Charles Langslon won'™" -"rved' following the cere- hiiTJi and Mrs. Paul Jobc received, *' secnnd in bridge eatnes. wru/ nt LA *• The home was decorated through- \\Yrn rlans Meeting oiitiwith rose s and other Summer Mmibnrs of Hunt-Lloyd Post 2276 flowers. . " "'' *' " — ; ~ "' — A| dessert course was served. Mrs. Turck Will Leave Monday for Utica Home Mrs. Prank J. Turck will leave Monday to return to her'home in Utica. N. Y.. after having resided here while Lieutenant colonel Turck was stationed at Blytheville Army Air field, and since his report for overseas duly. Mr.=. Turck has been a civic leader during her slay In Blylhevillc, :invintr pnrliclpatcd In various drives and taken an active part in civic projects. She was also advisor for Ihe afternoon Delta Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority. The "Roaring Forties" is a re ^ion of heavy gales in Ihe Noril Atlantic, between the 40th air 501)1 parallels of latitude. will probably never know. At The Hospital* III.YTIIEVILL EHOSPITAI, Admitted: Carol Lee Beaver, cily. Mrs. John M. CoRinns, city. George Candle, city. 'Mrs. L. II. Trusty, Lcachvillc. Dismissed: Mrs. Clarence Myrick and baby, city. Dorothy Ann Lawrence, Manila. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: ^ .1. J. Campbell, llornersvillc, Mo. '"CtUIn Moody, "Armnrcl. BAVT1ST .HOSPITAL, MEMPHIS Dismissed: .''Mrs. Audi ew. Moses, cityi Coming Events THURSDAY Elliott Fletcher of United Daughter; ot the Confederacy meeting with Mrs. Marcus Evrard. with Mrs. W. M. McKcnzie as assistant hostess. . Mrs. Grover Wren will entertain Jolly Eight Club. Miss Ethel Ebcrrit hostess to Seekers Class of First Methodist Church. Mrs. J. C. Frazier hostess to ONB Club. 'Fidelis Sunday School Class of Piist Baptist Church meeting with Mrs. Boy Wood, 7 p.m. SATURDAY Miss Tin Rogcr s and Miss Jcttye Claire Huffman entertaining In compliment to bride-elect, Miss Lynn Jackson. x At least two students representing each club were selected by fellow members to attend the camp. Going from Blythcville were Palsy Travis, former president of the Blytheville High School FHA, and Vernell o'N<-al, next sear's president, and from Burdette, Bettyc Wfxsnn and Bettv Easley. •< StudenLs also went from Lcach- ille, Manila. Dell, Wilson and other schools. Their weeks' activities will ncludc swimming, boating and hlK- Louis Tiffany invented favile, variety of irridescent enameled {Ilass, in 1834. TO EASE BOILS ACHES OR SORENES' Quickly apply soothing and com fortinsr GRAY'S OINTMENT with its whojcsomc antiseptics and na tnre aiding medication. Nothine elsi like it—nothing so comforting—oi pleasant for externally caused skin troubles. 35c. Get a package today Three Hurt in Accident . W. J. McCloud. owner of the taxi involved in a collision Saturday near Dell in which Mrs. W. A. Ward of Blytheville was injured, said yesterday that his driver, Elbcrt Lamax, Good Used Furniture Is Found at JIMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. 313 E. Main Thone 2487 Prc-rtuptial Party Given For Carolyn NeJJ Rhodes OfCECLA. June 11. — The first of the series of prc-nuptlal social events complimenting a popular bride-to-be, Mtsi Carolyn Nell Rhodes, who will bo married to James K- Milchcll, June '21, was eiven bv Mrs, Dane Fcrpu;v "She entertnin'-d four tables of bridge and two tcaeueMs Monday night al her home on Reunites Ave. . Mrs. Joe Khodr.*, Jr.. held the high score, with Miss Kmily Mason. second and Miss Hetty cr.vaUney receiving low. The rucst ol honor wns presented a silver compote. Places of guests were innrkcd wi'.h bridal name cards and tallies. Potted ln-gonias were mlractlve- ly arranged in the spacious living room as decorations. A sulnrt course, war, served fallowing the games. ZELLNER'S Fathers Day, June 15th ;!Out for double crown honors, •1 lB7year-old Eula Ann McGchec, ' pf St. Petersburg, recently won t a stale-wide competition for the 1947 Miss Florida title and Is Celling - ready for the Miss America conlcst in Atlantic Cily. • this.fall. Eula. wants to be an 1 'Interior decorator and will <io £11 ri«ht—if the U part o[._lh«. 202 W MflIN Rrhansas TIMED RIGHT FOR DAD Continuous Shows Every Pay Box Office Opens 1 :45 Show Siar'lK 2:00 LISTEN TO ULCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m 4:30 ii.m. Last Time Today Caesar and Cleopatra with Claude Itains and Vivian Lci:;b Selected Short Subjects Continuous Showing KveiJ^ Thursday and I'rhlay Best Years of Our Lives Selected Shurl Subjects Continuous Showing Everyday Box Office Opens at 7:03 p.m. Show Starts 7:15 p.m. jj Opens Sunday 1:30; Starts 1:!5 Continuous Shows Hal. and Sun. Bargain Night Kvcry Night lixcept No passes honored on Sunc the Ko\y. ^ y at •Young or old, there's a watch gift here to plcass Dad—to make this Father's Day one of the happiest days in his life. A watch, ring or cigarette case chosen from our outstanding selection is a gift Dad will appreciate and cherish through the years. . . Pen Sets By Parker and Shaeffer GUARD'S 209 W. Main St. Diamond set in black onyx Handsome signet ring. 14 kt. gold setting 14 kt. gold ring with coat of arms Masonic ring in 14 kt. gold setting Lasl Time Today DOUBLE; FKATUKi; Falcon's Adventure With Tom Cimw.iy ,ir,d Madge Mrrcilillr She Went to the Races wilh .fames Crai- anil Frances Gilford

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