The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 19, 1947 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 19, 1947
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PAGE rOtJB BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JUKE 10, 1947 Emily Wixson; Society Editor phone 461 j,ynn Jackson Honored jBlytheville Girl ]Mth Afternoon Party LeOVCS for Big f In a setting ol Summer beauty 40 u\/l fuests were entertained yesterday) I luests were - --••-.. afternoon In compliment to Miss Lynn Jackson, bride-elect ol Joseph William McHaney, by Mrs. W. -Marion Williams and Mrs. L. D Chani- fclln at the Williams home on West lialn Street. | A profusion of Summer flowers in pastel shades, accented with roses, sweetpeas, anrt hydrangeas in palest shades, decorated nmennin- iiig rooms throughout. On the porch jere 1 bouquets of roses and sweet- peas and flowers in the l:\rn? room (eatured an unusually ntM'nclivr arrangement on the buffet. 'June Stlrcs, daughter of Mr. nn I Mrs- O O. Slircs, left toitRy for the National "Y" Youth conference, Grlrmell College, Grinncll, Iowa, us Arkansas' girl reincsentativc. Selected Mist by the Trl-IU-Y girls here, June's name nnrt qunli- flcntions were sent to slate headquarters, where she was ctiosen from ther candidates for the honor. She la Arkansas' only girl representative. Four Arkansas boys will be representatives. Bits of News Mostly PesUo.Ha.1 June Is a Junior at BlylhevJlla f Snapdragons in bridal white cen- ] High School and has Wen active (e •: 1 the refre-jliinem laUc.. i"U as a Junior Lender In tlic Y. with' a lace cloth. Presiding at his T]]c J)rogr . lm [ Or u, e 1300 cleli- table were Miss Jettyc Claire Hull- ealcs lo n u c nd the conference If.- man-and Miss Emily Berry ol K«n- ! c i n ,| es sports, games, addresses Oy of "•" Mis. Fort sas City, Mo., housegiiest of the bride-to-be and her parents, and.Mrs. E R- Jackson. , Other than Miss Berry, sucsts from out of town were Mrs. 8UTS Hunt aixi Mrs. Robert Lowe of Manila.' Miss Jackson's mother mid Mrs.' John C. McHaney, mother of the .bridegroom-elect, were among guests. Miss Jackson, who wore a yellow indiwhlte linen dress trimmed with eyelet-embroidery, was presented a ccrsa?e of yellow Peruvian rtafta- dils ^with a background of yellow gladioli petals. Gerald E. Oxford Weds terre Haute, IncL, Girl • Of' interest here is announce- outstanding youili le.ulers and o entertainment. Dr. and Mrs. J. P. nnwnson left today on a motor trlj) to Minnesota and parts of Canada. They will be gone from two to three weeks. Mr. ami Mrs. Mobloy Kites and Ihrcc children of Ciilmnlnis, Gr.,. arc here for mi extended visit with Mrs. Esles 1 mother, John lionrland, and family. Mrs. T II. Ilayncs is hi Smith visiting relatives. She to return .home Sunday by plane. Mr. and Mrs. Russell H .Farr will meet her in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. 7,al U. Harrison have returned Irom K;u-llu<m la., where they visited their daughter. Mrs. Ilerstu'l carter. Mrs. C;irk: accompanied her parents home and iiliinn lo remain hciu for several weeks. Mrs. A. M. 11. Hiiinson will leave tomorrow for Koseh.sko, Allord, 100 East Ash | Miss., where .she will spend the lecturer of the 'iKnininer. She will IK motored down by Miss Jane liraiiMin. Mrs. jeri'y He<ir:i und two ehil- dren, Pat and Lynn, have returned from a week's visit with relatives In Greenville, Miss. Bridge Dinner Given By Mr., Mrs. Brickey OSCKOLA, June 19. — Mr. ami Mrs. Arthur Hrlckey entertained (he Osceol*. Luxora, Blythcvlllo lirldgc Club Tuesday with a dinner party at Cramers Cafe and bridge ijames al their homo. Thc four tablts of guests included members and Mrs. Bettye Nel'e Starr, Miss Blanche Clccre and Mrs. Ed Hicks. Winner of the mcns' hlg'n score was S. L Gladlsh and among\club women, Mrs. D. H, Blaekwood held high, while Mrs. Starr received guest prixc. ^^^ ~ The spacious living room was dc- coralod with arrantjement.'i ot pink and blue hydrangeas In tall vases Parents ot Daughter Mr and Mrs. J. W. Shltm ct Jasper are parenUs of .1 daughu-r born yesterday. She i:> U'ei.' lirst child. Mrs, Sbinn Is the f-jnner Mir.i Kathryn Walpolu f>l Wyllu-vi!lc' ; daiu'.hti'r ol Mr. and Mis. Herman livile ol tins city. Mr. and Mrs. I-'oy Htdmwjii are gin.'->'.-> of the Shinns. Miss Blytheville Mrs. Mears Hostess To Bridge Club, Guest OSCEOI.A, June 19.—Mrs. Scaicy Mcars entertained fellow member; of a two-table club Wednesday :il Local OES Members Aid In Installing Chapter Mis C. W. St., deputy grand urder of the Eastern Star, was one of Ihc installing officeis al the Insinuation of a new chanter of O. E. S. in West Memphis; Monday nitilil when members of Ihe Blylhc- vlne Chapter exemplified inlllnlory work. ' Mark Mcrriman of West Memphis, past Brand patron. Mrs. Alford, Mrs. Minnie Clifford of Para- Boultl and Mrs. Ann Dial of McCShce KCIC In charge of the Installation 'flic 25 Blytheville members ut- her home on Semitic:; Avenue. Other than members, Mrs. chrttct [Janchower was ;i guest. High score pmc went to Mrs. W. W. Watson Jr., wll'.i Mr.;. Palmer Stanton wini'liiK second. In the living room and on the [jorch were placed silver and crystal bowls filled with Talisman roses and blue h5dram;eas. An assortment o! At The Hospitals j;l,YTIIi;Vll.l.i: I1OSI'>TA Admiltcil: I r-rnesl I'arnell. city. Bisnilsried: Mill-shall Gentry, rity. WAI.LS MOSITIAI. Mrs. C. 11. Terrell anil baby, Osi-eola. Mrs. Mule Kdrmrjton, Holland Mo. Mrs. Win. Shaver, city. Mi-flioilisl Hospital, Mr-niLihis Dismissed: Mrs. K. II. Davis Jr.. city. Dismissed: D. C. I'illom, city. Miss Brinn Elected To Honor Organization Miss Bonnie llrlnii, daughter of Mr and Mrs. J. 11. Hrinn of Deil sandwiches- has iireti elected to membership in ton Council In Memphis and Mrs. Colic Stoltx, wife of the orchestra leader whose bund and entertain crs staged the revue held in co:v junction with the pageant. Visitors Introduced Visitors and guests of honor introduced by J. T. Sudbury, master of ceremonies, Included: Miss Mar- I jorie Mayo, chosen last week as Miss Ooccola of 1017," Miss R«- bcrea McCall. winner of the "MUi nlythcville," "Miss Arkansas" con- testy ;ind runner-up hi Miss America competition last year; Mi.;s Dorothy Snyder, head of the Children's Clinic in Memphis; Chaun- ccy Barber, Superintendent of Recreation for the City of Memphis; and -Mayor Max Downing of Wynne. Thc "Miss Junior BlyLhcville" competition was held first. After Ihc first presentation, the field ol 40 young contestants was cut down by the judges to 10 semi-finalists and then five finalists. •Entrants in the "Miss Blyllicvillc' contest were presented first in evening gowns and then In batii- inj; siiit-s. Of the 11 entrants, 10 were brought back for a second presentation. The judges then reduced the field to five girls, who appeared on the s'a'nC three time.* and were interviewed individually Beer Voted Out \ JUDSONIA, Ark., June 10. CUP> —The legal sale ol beer and wlno has been outlawed In Judsonla, following a local option election held here. Sale of Whiskey has been ille- al tor come time. Vole in Ihc election was 15.1 l<> JB. Livestock ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, June 10. (UV)—Livestock: Ho«s K.300; salable 7.SOU; market weak to mostly Me lower; Kiyrne n:m. olf more on weights owr 270 Ibs KiO-S'SO Ibs 24.50-24.7f); t"|) IM.VSi 240-210 Ibs 23.75-24.00; 170-300 lift 22.7r>-23.7r>; 330 Ibs 21.7 r ;; 130-150 'b: 22.75-24.SO; 100-120 Ibs I'J.fR-S'J.OO 270-500 II) sows lO.OO-M.SS; fCA 20.50; heavier weights lS.OC-l!l.'i5 stags. 14.50-10.50. Cattle 3.200; salable 2.000; calve 1.200 all salable; about 12 loads o steers in supply of entile; nlxml -It per cent cows; Undine still although sli^litlv rnor- nctivj I his Wednesday; opening deals abou steady :it lull deelme of week; me ilium to Boocl light v,'eii;tH ston 21.00-24.50; medium U> go::<l li^l weight Ktpers, 21.00-'-1.50; meilim to Komi heifers and mixt:l yearling Ht.OO-IM.V5; common ar.d mcdUii beef cows 13.00-10.00; good cow Ki.50-17.00; ucmucrs JUKI cxtlerr; 8.00 12.. r )0. were, served party foods. with cakes ami other ment ol the marriage of Miss Mnr-j ( cm ii ni , melndcd all officers of the garct Rose Buttrey of Terre •Haul-.-, ]oca( ,J rl , all | K ,itlon. others of t''C Inrt.; to Gerald E- Oxford, sou nf r , 5 nUcmUns , included guests from Mr.-and Mrs. Jame s Oxford r '' Missouri. Kentucky, Tennessee and Blytheville. ' I Mississippi. Thc candlelight ceremony was Thc |)ew c ,, nl)lcr was nnmcd the solemnized June 1 al Grace Mel i- Robcrt E s mi man chapter In hon- • - ' in Terre Haute by n _ nl ||ln , n|p Mr au n ma n, Mrs. J.imc:, liarKstiiue and children plan lo leave tomorrow lor ;i ten-day visit with relatives in Jackson and Vieksbnrg, Miss. Mrs. Ella Worthy.-Mrs. Harksdale's niolli- er. will motor down with them. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Van Winkle of New Boston, Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hill are visitors today ol Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Weedman air.: other relatives and friends. Ed Lutimcr ol Dallas is visiting his daughter. Mrs. L. E. l!a;:cr, and Past Matrons, Patrons To Hove Meeting Tonight Mr. and Mrs. George W. Barham will he host and hostess tonight lo members ol the Past Matrons and Patrons of the Order of the Eastern Star. \ They will entertain at their home at 7:30 o'clock. odist Church in Terre Haute by t|)c )(Uc MJ . the Bcv. Dean A. Dalton. pasloi I f . g work Tlje bride wore a suit of enly- blue with navy aecssortcs. | Her maid of honor, Miss H'f- bari Parker of Tern- Haute wore a tan Summer dress with brown accessories. • Otis Bensley. also ol Terro Hiune " W ' I and, brothcr-in-lnw of tiic "ride, \- ovd OO11 IS Named served Mr. Oxford as best. man. | A'reception honoring the v-ounle The son born Saturday lo was given immediately alter the al ,d Mrs. Clrorse C. Ford Jr., ceremony. Oucsts Included a nuin- teen named George Clnylon ber of friends and relatives from Mrs. Ford i s the lorincr oiit of town. • j-Nellc Dickinson. Mr. Oxford wa s rrndiialcd in IBM I ... frorn Blytheville High School and is a' veteran of two years service in the Navy. '- They will make their home m Terrp Haute. They arc now visiting his parents here. pro- A supper was served In a seumB of whllf gardenias al the First Melhodist Church |n West Mch- phls, were Ihc installation service was held. Mr. has Ifl Miss N Fair Association Head Addresses Kiwonions K II. Aulry, president Mississippi County F:iir lion, j wns guest speaker meet ing of the Kiwani.s Hotel Noble yesterday s ame The daughter born Tuesday morning to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Langslon at Blytheville al Blytheville Hospital has been named Tannda. parents of a son, Charles Jr., 10. Coming Events i FRIDAY Mrs Lendennic Fowler hos'cs-, to CBC C'ub. amily. Stall Srrgl. and Mrs. Lee Dun'K- i arc spending a 2T-clay furloimh ere with Mis. Dunkhi's sister. Mrs. liiude urilcy, an<l iamily. Serpent Dunkin is en route to his new tation at- Topcka Army Air F'ici'l Kansas, lie was lormerly si oncd tit West Palm Beach. Pla. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Stout ai amlly have as their cucst Mrc. .tout's -mother. Mrs. S. E. Bailey. of Little Hock. She plans LO rc- iiniii until Friday. Mrs. W. P. 1/ilimer. Jr.. of M-:- I3ee. S. C. spent a few days here •isilint; her aunt, Mrs. L. E. Baxer mil family. Mrs. utimer was route lo California. Staff SerRt. ami Mrs. Carl Cullison Jr. will reUn'n tomorrow lo Mrs. Hyatt Honored With Evening Party OSCEOLA. Juno 19— Mrs. James Hyatt Jr., a newcomer to " the W Club at Abilene Christian Collide, Abiiene. Texas. An honcr ornanitfalion, this clun e!c::t,; lo its jiu'in'jrr.shrp advanced .students ill the college who have :i record of service to the school and their fellow students. Miss Brinn is a senior at Abilene Christian College. by the judges before the final selections were made. Between the two contests and throughout both, Colic Stoltz aiu'r his troupe of 18 entertainers presented a rcvnc of singing, dancini; aiiri comedy acts. 'P.ill Godwin and George Ilubbard Jr. were introduced as co-chairmen of the revue and pageant and Mrs. Gilbert Hammock was presented a s entry chairman. We the Women BY IlltTII illll.l.KTT NKA Staff Writer Valhcrs shouldn't, fry to In! v>;;!s to I heir adolescent sons, says David W Armstrong-, ijxiciillvc -11- rcctor of Ihc Ooy.s' Club of America. "Give your son sympathy and 0<;i-r-oli attention, but for heaven's fsiKc '-lyclt-'-1 tl0 ' 1 ' 1 tly to olllcr inl ° llis :i °" r'ucsdayl liv " il>S| ' llp w;il 'ns. Memphis, where he is stationec with the Marine Air Detachment a the Naval Air Station. They :inv been spending a 15-day furlong here with relatives. Mrs. C. C. Woods and daiu'.lilci Nancy Carol, of Tiilhiliui. I,n., hav been here for tile past .'ow days. M Woods will join them Friday an Now will someone pl:se cam forward to tell women for Meav- 'rsri's sake not to try lit he sisters to their adolescent (lauiihlers? When you hear a wnnu-.n brng. "Ciiiniy and 1 arc m"re like sisters you who recently moved from villc, was complimented ulRhl when Miss Margnrct Lannnr-i' and Miss Jcnn Speck were, has- tcsses to five tables of bridge and seven lea guests at the home cl' Miss Lammm. 'Mrs. P. W. Turrcnthie won hign core, Mrs. Harry Matlock, second. ud Mrs. John D. Allen, low. Miss Mary ElizabetlrBallonc received cou-1 "- 11 . 1 ,"?. 1 oiation cut pri/x:. In rummy games, | Mrs. L. J. Schrcick Jr., held hish The Biiest of honor wa s preseni- sc( "' c - •• certainly LOCK like sisters." Mil- Draw Jobless Pay LITTLE ROCK. Ark., June 13. UP) — State Administrator Purifoy Gill of the Employment. Se- iii ity Division reported -last nlsht Unit jobless pay lo Arkaiisas veterans dropped IB per cent in Mry. April showed a 14-pcr cent decline- Payments to 15,1!)4 unemcloyc't former servicemen totaled $l.lfjl.28ti, GUI reported. Payments to 5.943 unemployed non-vctcrftiis amounted to $248.:! 14 — a decrease of four per cent from April. Good Used Furniture Is Found at JI MM IE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. 313 E. Mala Phone 2487 a! Fitzpatrick's Quality Diamonds ed a corsage of white nul a sugar and cream >lown glass. A profusion of swcetpcas and ny- draiigeas were attractively arrang- Mama loves to make lli:il boast. Add there are always a few tcrVrs around who will come back with the rirjht answer, "Well you ='^> nf ma's vanitv feeds on that remark, set ui _ _ *_^ _ .. _. ......... Of 111 Assocla at th Club I iooil- 5] used as his topic "What the Mis sissippi County Fair Mians lo Its Citizens." Joe Whitley, of a spe-' i], CJ . pin n i o return lunii- Sunday, cinl committee for nr»aol/.ing a' They formerly made their home in isofttiall team, repoite-1 at yester- niytiicvllle. [day's meeting that tlic team had | Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Hogan and MrVand M,rs. Langston ar c also been ornanized and wonnl play a dnughter, Rila MIIC. have returned '" benefit game wltn the cisccola- ( 0 ihelr home in Shanluna, 111., af- Kiwnnls team in Osci'c-l.v lomor- t cr spending severnl days here ns row nlsht. Mcmbcri of the team guests of Mr. and Mrs. llnUi? Moody would be announc-'.l Inler, lie said, nnd family. Visitors at yesterday's mce.tliiK Mrs. Cecil Wrolcn and Mrs. G. O. were W. R. Wren, clinlon, ok'.a.. .poclz are In Memphis far is brief time. Miss Jessie Glenn Tomlln su-rlvct cd lit low bowls throughout cntcv-. | laininR rooms. ' Guests from out of town wcre."5|S Mrs. l.eroy Wildy of Etowali. Mrs. Eugene Maxwell of Memphis, Anr. Brunner of Marked Tree. Mr.;. Hilly Dyess of Luxora and Mrs. Joe Cllllom Jr., ol Wilson. feur Or Spa Beauty Selected HOT SPRINGS, Ark.. June 1!) than mother and dnn,';hter,"i <u[j; — Miss Marie Parker, 19- cau start feeling' sorry for year-old daughter of Mrs. Lela Parker, today was preparing to repre- ^ent the Spa in the Miss Arkansas flat-' i)(, a ,,ty pageant at Helena next week £hc was cro'.vned "Miss Hoo Springs" last night by Mayor Eavl T. Rleks. their own mothers, "You needn't worrv about, us -because 1'n: sure Oinny's mother will be ilong.' 1 Certainly it is as hard on adolescent girl to have a molher who is determined lo be :\ sister to her as it, .is. for. a boy hnvi a father who thinks he ouaht, to \rant to be able to say lo his pal. : JUST AS HAItl) I'OK <;([l!.S So ^tama conlituies to mus-jle :n on daughter's life. • She paU p- rouml \vitli her so constantly that in;order to i;ct rid of iManri, Ciin- wcro'">{'' friends often avoid her. They ' only |iut u]> with Mama's cmnpnny Miss! wljcu 'they need her ns a chauf- George L. Ramon. Memphis and John Flitch. Hlylheville. ] ipme this morning from Pittsburgh, a., where she has be/m a student I Pennsylvania ,SU;«: Collrat for Vnnicn, to be with iiev paronls. Mind Mrs. Lucicn romii.i, ami .am- ly at their home at LHiidet'..'. En oute home. Miss Tomlin spent jrlcf lime'with friends in Indian- ipolls. Incl. In late Sunnncr. slip >lans to visit friends in the Basl. 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