The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 12, 1947 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 12, 1947
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FACE FOUB BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1917 Emily Wixson, Society Editor Phone 461 .Kitchen Shower Given For Miss-Patricia Wise Mrs. Hunter Sims Jr, of Mem- plus entertained here yesterday morning at the homo of her parents,' Mr. and Mrs. Brn White, with 'a kitchen shower in compliment to Miss Patricia Wir.c, who will become the bride Saturday ol Clarence S. .Webb. Mis. Sims, the formi-r Miss PCS- gy White, and Mr. arc guests of l-.e'r parents and his parents, Dr. ami Mrs.' H.-C. Sims. Can > ing out a "kiti-hm" Uieir.c in icd and white, crooe paper in those colors decorated a larce inir- ro.- in the living room, with similar 'decorations over th; dinini; room'mirror and the <lor>iw:iv. Gilts vcie diopped in a box triinmtd with red and white ruffles. An' ivy howl with ininlat'if! fi(!- ures of a bride and brMcyrcom centered^ the refreshment tablt: and ° burning white topers flii.ked a boi:- (luet'or red roses an the buffet. Refreshments'fcrsondwiilu's. to->k:. ics nnd ;cpld,drinks v.'ith other party foods were-'served. A«i=.litw I he hostess \vCVt'Mrs. Ben Mac White and Mrs.' Vii'lvin Halsill. ! Guests vjiclwlcd Mrs. Lloyd V. ' Wise, niovlier of thn bride-elect Mrs. Front L. Webb, mother of the brirtcei'6oni-Uect. and frrnn onl of town. Mrs. N. J. lioclibililrr of Syl- vnnia, Ohio, Mrs. M. O. Hogfiiii or Chicago. Mis. W. D. Webb <>f Mu Blytheville Bride Bits of News Pet4a m Condlllon of Miss I'.illle 1-outse Oiiiiies, who is ill -A Hiylheville Hospital, is slightly improve;! loday. Miss Ethel Mac Kbcrai spenl yts- tcrdily in Memphis sno;n>inu. Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmi-! Binollicr- mnn have as their unesis for a few days, Mr. and Mrs. Al »oini-.nj and son of Memphis. Miss Nancy Ann iliifslirs wil'. return tomorrow from Milan. Tonn., where slit i>:irliciiHilc<l in a wed-ling S'irirl.iy. Mrs. li. W. Wylic !v.-s i-etum-d ho :v Horn Daylonn Bcadi. M'i where she was a do.ciii'.'o to liie AtTheHospiUb ! BI/VTHKVILLE HOSPITAL Admitted: Lcroy Huddleston Jr., city. Mrs.' Mattlc Fay Haynood, Steele, Mo. Mrs. 'Hattic Cook, Steele. Mrs. Roy Goodman, Manila. Jame s Royce Mills, city. C. M. Waller, Carnthersville. Mrs. S. II. Orebstock, city. Dismissed: Carol Ijce Beaver, city. Births: iBorn to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lee, city, a daiiRhter today. WAI,I,S HOSPITAL Patricia Ann 'Perkins, city. -Mrs. A. L. Haushnian, city. METHODIST HOSPITAL, Mtmph Dismissed: I. F. Townson, Joiner. Births: IBorn to Mr. and Mis. C. Owens, Osccola, a daughter. BAPTIST HOSPITAL, Memphis Dismissed: L. C. Garrison, Luxora. W. W. Johnson, city. Ralph Cash. Wilson. Audie Mgrphy Engaged Mrs. Wayne L^v.'is was belorc her w'rtdlnR Juno 3. Miss Pearl Lnvu- Incc. d.ninhler oi Mr. and Mrs. Archie 1/jvc.lacc of Hiylheville. Will Spend Two Months in Nova Scotia and fast Miss Rhodes Honored By Mrs. Joe Rhodes Jr. i lunp 12 — The hom .innre sue \vii* •* n^-.v,ii..». »•' .J, .IUIIL j*. i • iv. ••southern States EduLMtlou Confer- of Mrs. Joe Rhodes. Jr.. was the ect unscaso. MI*. >v. u. ,*w C. L. Smi'h of Liachville will add hilo Ala . and Mrs. Lloy.i H. Wise of anoUicr page to hi s book of travc.s' tuscaloosa. Ala. . this Summer when lip «"il n -'V WorthiiiRlon 50 to Novia Scotia. They will motor through by way of Deluth. Minn., and the Dryden Lake District, Canada. After two months, they will return through the Eastern stoles, stoppliiu in New York City, Piill- idclphia, and Slnnton, Va. Meeting Will Begin Sunday at Church Here A revival meeting will bcsl" Sunday at -Lake Street. Church Ihe Rev. H. H. Blcvins, pastor, announced today. . The Hcv. Mr. Blcvins will be speaker for the meeting and in? . Rev. Gale AndM-ron o[ McConni'-K will direct singing. The public is invited, the Rev. Mr. Blcvins said. Shower Party Honors Mrs. R. E. Blaylock, Jr. Mrs. R. E. Bhijlcrt: Jr., wos cemi:V.mcnlcd with a shower Tuesday ' afternoon when Mrs. Huul wiiiisitl was hostess at her home Guests were relatives oi Hie g" c5 of honor. Entertaining rooais were docorat cd with bowls of Summer flowers, snapdragons, daints and swcclpcas. Refreshments of sandwiches and other party foods and iced drinks were served. * * « Recent Bride Honored At Louis Garner Home Mrs. Oliver Lovelady, who was Miss. Elizabeth Waddle before her recent marriage was honored last niorhl when IMiss Freddie Garner lui Mrs. Elmer cunnlufl' en- tcrlnined tit Ihe 110:112 :>f "Miss Garner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Game:- 110 Sycamnrt- St., with a misc;".ancous ihDi'.er party. ' Tlic 19 guests were '.hc guest of honor's fellow employees at S H. Kress and Ccmpany. Tile party was .gire:i in the yard of the Garner Jiome, wheie guest played games and were laler served refreshments of a saivlwicli plate with a beverage. Mrs. Garner and Hiss June Buchanan assisted in. Eerving. • • • Mrs. Wren Hostess to Jolly Eight Club Mrs. Grover Wren entertained ( fciluw memlMi-s of- Jolly Eight Club yesLcrday afternoon with a rook parly at her home on .Highway 18 Mrs. Neville HlaV.cmore won hiE 11 score prize in afternoon games. EC- covj hUh went to Mrs. Harold llin- ton anrt rooko to Mrs. Clco Wren. The hostess served a dessert course- Vacation School Program Will Be Tomorrow Night : riends' Tw/ri Paths Same After J4 Years -Miss Small Woods and Miss Johnnie Hushes Diidney. both ° r Carulhersville. Mo., friends sln"e they were children, were still to- ••clhcr this year us they began their sccon.i term of college after having taught the same grade in the R «mc school. | They b^gan school in the Bi-iulc together and were close friends throufihoiit their 12 years of school. When they graduated from HiGh School in 10*6. their attendance records varied only one day. Miss 'Woods had a perlecL attendance record and her friend had missed one day. They entered Arkansas Stale College, Jonesboro. for the Summer term following their graduation and were granted temporary leaching licenses,. They taught primary gradvs dnririrt 10415-47 and returned to college this Slimmer to continue their education. ^ eiiec. Miss Winnie Virgil Turn?!', supervisor of city elninnt-.rv schools, who also parlicipated in the u.nlcr- cncc, will re-turn her.! Saturday. Others i;oing from Mlssl-wipl'l Coiin- ly for the Kduciitors' meutinu were Phlliii J. Deer, supervisor i>I Mississippi Comity schools. Mrs C. I.. Moore, nrliu-ipal of Os.rola Ilish School, and Carl Hir.l, superintendent of Wilson .schools. Ann Smith <>t Osciolii arrived today to be the gucsl r,l |-,«r aunl, . Mrs. Rodney L. HanlsLor, and Mr Biiuislcr. Mary and Martha M p .inn ot M-irl- annn are guests (if their aunt, Mrs. U. A. Lynch, and Mr. !.,«i:<:h. Miss Mary Ada Itobinno.i was in Memphis Tuesday to meet her father Dr. P. A. RoV.-'Fon. who returned from Mot SprinRS. He i will be here for several -weeks. Mrs. Robnrl, K. I^co Kinn will leave Saturday for Cleveland. Miss, to be the guest of her daughter. Mrs. lliigh Nels'jn Tlionipson, and family. Maureen Morris, dau,;htcr of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Nnrns, will leave SnlUKlay to spend-a vncntloa in Orlando, Phi., and oilier points of Interest along the Ail-iutic Coast. Before returning home, she will-be , the> guest of Miss Mill"/ Allies Ilag- I crlv in Bessemer, Ala. Bert Ford left last night for his home in Glendale. Ca'ut, afler having been the giic::l here of his brulh- cr. Richard N. Foul. an:'. Mrs. Ford. He will attend the Suinmor sessiun at University of Califoi'iiin. Los Angeles, where he Is a junior. Mr. and Mrs. Ebb tfpradley ripen I yesterday in Memphis on business They returned home bv way ot •niplcy. where they visited with Mr. whcr (ind Mrs. W. E. 1-larlan. I <|uly ting for a party complimenting ho sister-in-law, Miss Carolyn Me i Rhtxle.s. bvldc-elect, when she cn- teitalncd four tables of bridge encM.s and two lea aucsU. Mrs. Wavne Gllnian nf Deland. pla., and Mrs. Joe Rhodes, mother of the 1:'Vela-be. 1 Mrs. Spencer Driver held lilfth "core. Mrs. Dane Fergus, second, and Mrs. W. W. pro wilt. low. Miss Elizabeth B;ilouc received traveling prize and cut prly.c went to Mrs. Winifred Watson. Tlie guest of honor was given a gift and a corsage of white car- nntloiiK. she wore a Irock of blue chamtaray and white accessories. A profusion of Summer Ju.<l like a slorv buck, Audie Murphy, most. iiccora:cei hero of Worl Wai II, has loiinil ruman-:e in Hollywood. The young hero admitted he l.-i ••|;olnn steady with an cngageiiicnt announcement in the offing." Pictured here on the set of "Ride tho Pink Horse." is Murphy and Ills i'ii-l Irk-nd, :i-;ti-fi-s Wanda Mcndrix. (NEA Telcphoto.) Singer Reports Lord's Prayer Brings Objection in London In mixed colors arranged in low bowls were used us decorations. Out if town guests were Mrs. Gilman and Mrs. Phil Burks O' Bedford, Va. •LONDON. June 12. ll); '> Oloria Jean Americnn film and radio singer, said loitay she was ordcri.-.'l not to sins the Lord's Prayer in a flowers London theater because of its ref- Osceo/o Supper Club Entertained at Cramer's CSCEOL.A. June 12. — The Os'cco- la Supper Club met last night at Cramer's Cafe, where they were served a three course dinner. Afterward they- assembled al the Home or Mrs. Ed Qilinn for bridge games. Mrs. J. H. Hook won first prize, nephew. Joe Dims of Poplar BlnfT, Missouri. Miss Odle Rice, dauaht.v of Mr. and Mrs. L. I. Rice, has rctuincd to Nashville niter spnndin;; a few days here. Miss Rice ir> P- student at Vanderbilt University. NashviTTu. Stuff. S-rut. and Mrs. Don Seals returned Monday from Plggott, Ark. Scrgt. Seals has been on Family Reunion Hold At Richardson Home a. T. 'Richarclso nof Clciir _ and Ills sister. Mr.s. Jimmio 'Browr.| icge, Swcetbriar, Condition of J. E. Ciooch, v;ho lias been undcrgoinii treatment, at, 1 Blytheville. Hospital, i s somewhat improved. J i Billy EldridRc is at home to siwiid the Summer vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Baker Wilson, from University of Aikan- I sas, F.iyettcville. 1 Miss Dnnnn Winwlerlicli has returned lioine fiom Swcpibi-vir Col- crencc to ."forgive ns our debts, which "Ihe British didn't like." «Ii-;s Jean said silo chose the son i! for the intrrmitional variety show at the Casino 'rlieatcr. think- llnl the British would like it "after all they have been through." -I didn't know anything aoout drbls." she said, "and any way people liked it the first night. 1 look ECVCII curtain calls after sing- inc it." Tlic 21-year-old American singer ^;ii<l the thoatcv nv.inacemcnt or- dcr.-d hei not to repeal the song :\fler a critical review in Ihe Daily Mrcs.s called it '» "questionable "•i'lie rxpress said the song was dedicated lo tho people of Britain with the hue about trespasser clvniged lo 'forgive us our debts.'" The newspaper iipnlogixed. todav, However, after printing a letter [mm "an old Scotch Presbyterian who said that Mi's Jean was cor- •-•ct. accordini; t" the King Jamw Version of the Bible. (Miss Jean col!»p-,c<l on the stage i-itish critics. "They certainly don't ina:cate Hie people's attitude if my experience, nn example." she said. "When' British actors and actresses come lo the United States they are the toast of the country and al least arc given an even break." Coming Events 'wo Blytheville Women Elected •Q'DAR offices OSCEOLA, Ark., June 12,—Mr: . a. Little of Dlythevillc was lecUd director of Shawncc District 1 Daughters of Ihe American Hev- lutlon at a district meeting and nnual picnic observing Flag Day f William Strong Chapter of D. , R. yesterday at Grider. Mrs. Cecil wioten. also of Bly- hevillc, was elected district record- ng secretary. They arc members if charlevoix Chapter. Mrs. Floyd Elliott of Jonesboro retiring district director, was i' charge of the business. She am oilier district officers were guesi of honor. Shawncc district Is made up of chapters of, Helena, Marlan- la, Batcsville. Jonesboro, Blytheville and Osceola. Miss Marie Lloyd of Little Rock, state regent of D. A. R.. honor curst and speaker, discussed ihe National Congress held iu May in Washington. D. C. She pointed out that Iwo members of the William Strong Chapter hafl been pivi'n national recognition at the Con- grrss. They were Miss Ruth Massey. who received recognition for outstanding work a* .state chairma-.i nf conservation from Mrs. W. O Patterson, national conservation chairman .:<u t | Mrs. John iV. Ed- ringlnn. who received recognition for oulstandin^ work as national vice chairman of the Valley F^rse. Bell Tower Committee from Mrs. Fred Edgar Lne, national chairman. Mra. Ertrinston brought Arkansas from fifth to third place in this work with 52/200 in -contributions. v IMrs. W. E. Massey of Hot "Springs, state chairman nf na- lional defense, said that a D. A. R. project for the iirxl three years would he national defense. Mrs. Edrington. chairman of the nicnic arrangements, introduced Mrs. D. H. Blackwood as a new member and also led the Pledge of AllcEiance to thn. pi^g and group singing of Hie National Anthem. »o/ice in Malyern Raid legion Hut; Prosecutor Asks for Closing Order MALVERN, Ark., June 12. (UP) --The American Legion hull here remalnc^ locked today following a temporary order Issued by Judge Thomas E. Toler yesterday, 'fold's action was the result "t a petition filed by Prosecutor W. H. McClellan who charged that Hie hall was being conducted as a i>"b- lic nuissance and in violation of state laws. McClellan's petition was':'l- alter Police Chief Frank Ault '"li^ ed the hall and reported that flP llounii and confiscated 50 bolll"s of beer. Hot Springs County is Icg.iliy dry. Toler will liold a hearing .Hi'i^ 20 oil the question of wlietIK 1 : or not (o make the padlocking injunction permanent. For Your Children's Summer Sunsuiir. Visit The TOT SHOP FRIDAY Oorcas Sunday Schoul Clasr> of First Baptist Church meeting at tlic church, 2:30 o'clock, with Mra. Victoria Gilbert and Mrs. Gillcspic as hostesses. Three ot Jinglanri's rulers each reigned for more than 59 years. They were Henry III, George III, and Queen Victoria. Box Office Opens ;it 1:03 p.m. Show Starts 7:l. r > p.m. ^ Opens Sunday 1:50; Starts 1:1T> Continuous Shows Kat. und Sun. Bargain Ni^ht Kvery Nijjht ICxi-ejil Saturdiiy No passes honored on Sunday ai the Roxy Mr. nnd Mrs. W: W. Mc^fc^l lefl yesterday for Clay Center, Kan.. t:> spend two weeks with their rinii'Oi- ler, Mrs. Prank Myers, and laniilv. Mrs. Tom Hcaton has been visiting her mother, Mrs. W. F. Copeland of Union City, Teiin.. lor Uic past week. Mr. an<I Mrs. n. A. Eadds are visiting lu Mobile, Ala., this week with of n'akersficld. Calif., were togeih er Ibis week for the first time In 20 yen's following her arrival here. 'Deciding that their reunion was occasion for a celebration, Mr. -Richardson notified other members Vn.. In s . , , ., .br-ar Col- , ds Jr an( , [u _ spen.l Hie 1 ..,,,.. Summer vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. .1. Wuudorlich. Mr. and Mr.s. Russc',1 Phillips nnd mlly. Miss Ha Ro Claire Huffman eom|)limcnt to Lynn Jackson. Chop suey originated lYork City's Chinatown in Tnitvnl'S practically unknown i Hiui jvi^^ jcttye | l entertaining in bride-elect, MBS in New 1896 and i China. , Lullntv." hut she recovered quiekls. She said her ronditiou was cniivci. by the: "emotional strain" of the | lord's I'raycv incident. She 5 aid she didn't understand Mrs. liettyn Nellc Hlarr, second, iind Mrs Qilinn. consolation. Snapdiauons were attractively arranged in low bo\Us as decorations. Lcachville News I LEACHVILl.E NEWS— Misses Dorothy aiul Virginia Robins, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Hartley Robins of L'j.ichvill". will leave for Atlanta, Oa.. Saturday for a two weeks visit with relatives and friends. Read Courier News Want Ads. [SAVE 10r iciip Chiffon Soap Coupon!* PAGE 3 i »»lTWPIBtHK nilll USE I1UCBI UDIf MSSH • knri kis son. Russell, fishing Here ye.sterday for trip in tile O/,ai'<:>. to spend the or vn-I of ilic family and Sunday, relatives i cation with their pareo's are Chpr- Batlicrcd at hi s home lor a dinner' i ic Nick and Richard Vlc-sp. Mudenls and family rciinion. I at University of, Fnyellc- Those present included Mr. anrl v jn c Mrs. Ernest Morrow, Mr. and Mrs. p T. Roberts Jr.. Jerry Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Richardson. •Mr. and Mrs. Charles Richardson of Detroit, Mrs. Perry Tocld. Mrs. George Hcnson. Mrs. Uillls Richardson, Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Heflin of Burdcltc and James Hcflln Memphis. To Attend YMCA Camp OSCEOLA. June 12. — Osrcola boys who will attend the Y. M. C. A. camp at Mammoth Springs for six weeks arc Harlaii Starr. Billy and Buck Alexander. Clinton and i*:ir- le- Davis nnri Johnnie Eavl Speck 'Hicy will leave Monday. Poultry is Discussed At Demonstration Meet Tirsl Methodist Church Vacation S^hlc School will liold ils closing exercises at tlic church tomorrow A talk on poultry ™d Increased ninht at 7:30'o'clock I pi'udiiction of eggs and how to con- There will be a. candlelight serv-; tiol mice and lice, was given by ice with c?.ch department pnrliei- Mrs. W. A. HolHnRSWorlh yesterday paling in the program. A feature al a meeting of Yarbro Home De of the nroEram will he a Playlet monrtralimi Club at Ihe home i put on by the children. An exhibit Mrs. Elua Wherlcr. of the work of Ihc school will be on display. The parents of the children arc ___ „ _ ... . invited and anyone else who wishes Mrs. Ellis Wheeler pave a short Inlk to attend. I on "Growing and Arranging Flow- Hnrry A. Unities has :>.: :ivrd home from University of North Carolina. Chapel Hill, to spend .;ix wrc-ks with Ids parents, Mr. and Mia. Hairy W. Hnlnes. Tom A. Ijltllc Si'., who hup been n patient for some '.inn; ill Johns of | Hopkins Hospital, ItaitiiP.orc, Md will undergo an oiiernlion. Mr. and Mrs. Ulan Hralh l-.nve moved to 001 Holly, where Mi-,s Ellen Bryan and Moss Brv-'n :om erly lived. Mr. Bryan imd his sister will move soon to tlu-n- now home on Walnut SliTOt. which is now under construction. \ Mr. and Mrs. 1'. 11. Fr>sl.»r and son. P. D.. Jr.. li'ft Ihis I>IIH-:UIIR fi r St. Ixmis. They went c-spnrial the hall games to lu- played llu-ic this week. Mr. Fo.stpi' -Aili aUrnci io business while there.' and they will return in 10 days. Mr. and Mrs. Wncnrv A-.lnins and Miss Mamie L. Ailiunn spent ycs- lcr<lay in Memphis. I Ouest, of Ml', and Mr.;. M. I. I art for the week in Mrs. K'. RITZ THEATRE Thursday & Friday LIMITED ENGAGEMENT PEOPLE ARE RAVING ABOUT 1 Sixteen members of the elub were lirc.sent. For the devolional Mrs. 1-cc Stiles used the fourth Psalm Baikal is the largest l»ke in having miles. an area of. 13530 square crs.' In the business meeting. Moss Bryan Presents Gifts of Distinction For the June Bride the Perfect Wedding Gift Should Reflect Individual Selection THE GIFT SHOP , 103 East Wain Slrcet Ihe camp and where it would be hell wa.s discussed. Mrs. El7a Wheeler cave the treasurer's report. In a flower Judging contest. Mrs. Zoa Thompson was [bst. Mrs. Wal- Barne*:. second, and Mrs. Dave Abbott, third. Refreshments of sandwiches, iced tea and cake were served. A 16lh century En?llsli maker o band weapons produced a combi nation weapon consisting of pis tol. dagger, and brass knuckles. r nr> Ltrtt to Classify For Sale f\ .inil "i Vcs 11 I l'l-f>no ,?2.">l aflrr t Livinr r,.«ni niit~. Frurlirjillr n 1-ctpnu.iliU-. 212 H. Pranklrn. For Rent S. Franklin. ICE COUH f ORFA THERSDA Y Elgin Watches. with the amazing new DuraPomjMalns'pring Watermelon Red Ripe and Delicious Blytheville CURB MARKET 130 K. Main Phone !)71 " THE BEST YEARS OF OUR, LIVES' ' toy • Fredrk Moreh • Dana Andrews Teresa Wright • Virginia Mayo • Hoany Carmichael ; OiltetiJ «j WilNira Wjlsi Iron U« ScirtnpUr tj R-^-e'l t- Sln*«4< ' • ' StlroifdlhrvRKO ReJio PW"" 5 ' : -S Admission Matinee Adults 75c; Children 50c •K Night: Adults $1.20; Children 50c J " ,\11 Ta\ Incluilcd 1 9-;*n-cl Lady Cold filled f>ract!«\ | Sl-jtatl Lord Elfin UK 1 I natural &cld Jilted CQ]«J All tlie beautiful Elgin Watches now arriving at onrj store have the remarkable new DuraPower Mainspring.] Made_of_an entirely new alloy, this mainspring will not rust, cannot be broken by overwinding and retains its original watch running power in-| definitely. A truly great development in 'watchmaking—exclusive with Elgin^Come 'in andjet.u9.teH you more_about it J 5«T?uT'f<?nion!lroiro7rnghToii'our dis- ' c' 'play case. Proof of the amazing qualiiyl -* of Elgin's DuraPower Mainspring] PAT O'BRY JEWELER Main at Second Phor.e 326T

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