The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 27, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 27, 1947
Page 2
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?&.' I/ PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 19'17 & • 4 '&Qcietu E»Uy Wixson, Society Editor i Phone 461 THAT PARTY TOUCH * ^V'Wv c /\, ^ ( \ r ' £ 3£^ » x Out-of-town Guests Complimented At Party Ml^ Naney Ann Hughes entertained yesterday afternoon at her home, ,92o west Main St.,. with s bridge party In compliment to Mrs Richard L Jpncs 'of Northampton Mas;, and Mrs W. H. Morse of rattle Rock/ Mrs Jones, the fctfner.Mtss La- n°lle Smarts with her daughter Natalie, are guests of her mother, Mrs; J. H. Smart Jr., and fnihilv. and Mrs. Morse left todny for Minneapolis, Minn., with Dr Morse after having been here for several days as guests of his pnr «nt$, Mr. and Mrs.'Byron Morse, Dr. Morse received his -degree in medicine In Little Rock. 'Also • an out-of-town guest M Miss Hughes' party was Miss Ruth M"rgan of Wilson. Flower, in effective bouquets dec orated the home. Mrs. E. M. Tcnj Jr., won high score prize in bridge games and Sifts were nho ore sented-'to Mrs. Jones <in<l Mrs Morse. lv ,.,. ., ,..•, The hostess s erved a chilled fruit drink with cookies. •••-<•'•'-• * Five Couoles Entertain 'Club With Supper Dance Independence Day w. n ..s depleted in decorations lost night nt the '^moiilhly 20th. Century Club supper .|' TiielHut..Hosts ami hci" • teses were Mr. ami Mrs. Newton tWhltis, Mr. and Mrs. P.. R. Olsen, ;-";Mr. and Mrs. Worth D. Holder, Mr. -and Mrs. Barney Crook an-1 Mr. .->arid Mrs. U G. Thompson Jr. •*! In a"; setting of red, white nnd ^blue colors, traditional 4th of July) -firecrackers added to the seen-:: Ai. r ' . n •• ?firecracker ytith;a glowing candle; Ivlornuig lai'ly riotlOl'S ""fuse" centered 'the table fromur -. r T 'which the supper was «nwl. iicd,| Visitor Irom IcrmeSSCe -white and blue flowers decorr.teii I , , .. , _ ,... -the baliroom J °V Jjcb:nn of Brownsville, Each r-nmilp in "Hi*• ni,,i, „,„,, „„..' Teiin., lioiiseeucst of Mrs. E: M. Bits of News Socials Planned -or Youth Caravan oming Here Mr. and Mrs. H. 15. Stout and laughter, Mury Ann. uro In Little flock to spend a munch with lie pureiils, Mr. und Mrs. Fred lialley Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Conway wil have us their hoiiseguesls foi weekend, Mrs. E. E. Conway nm diiuBhters. Mrs. Carl Welluiul nnd Miss Mabel Conway. Dr. and Mrs. William Ha'. Morse will leave today for Minneapolis, Minn., where Dr. Morse will Inltine ui St. Mary's Hospital, Mlnncnpolls. Miss Bobby I'crry will return to her home In Houlka, Mls.i.. today, ifler visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. I A series of social events have been planned for the Methodist Youth Cnravan an<l their counselor'- who will nrrlve here tomorrow from Glaii Hose, Texas: Members of the caravan are Miss- Mildred YOUIIJ; of Plainvlew, Texas, Miss Ixiuise vlnson of New Orleans. Miss Betty Marie Bakei' of Har- llniicn, Tex., und Bruce of Kalumuzco, Mich., ami their counselor Is Mrs. D. O. lllndm:in of Whcatley, formerly of Blylheville. They will be entertained in nrl- vate honics for Ihc noon meal 'with Ihe exception of Wednesday, wluni they will be guests of the Klwonls Club. Fellowship suppers will ::n- tcrlriln them every night at the church under the direction of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of J'li-sl Methodist Cinireh. They will be nuests iii uiivate homes wltli Bruce Bowman slayinj! will! Mr and Mrs. James Oates. ',Tv,<i (jlrLs will slay wi'Ji Mr. und Mrs. Max Hei<i and one yirl with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pryoi. Mrs. Hlndina:i will be guest of the- Rev. and Mrs. Jet Propelled '• lt*f for K wonderful Jrrss-up cotton summer Sunday lunch cocktail party thai comei in Lona- dalc's vIHabon itript* — stark wliita with clear bright stripe* in red, gruen, aqun 01- black. couple in' the club was ac: companled by. a guest and from out of town were MrsXRichar-l I. Jones ,of NortharnptoH/lMasV/and Mr. and , Mrs. William liari-lsbn uf New York. .', ' ' '» " •' »"• ;PTA Dafice-Piahned For SttideritS; ToHight - There :Vfjr be, a-.•Pansrtt-Tenchcr I Assoclafloft Adahce for hlrjh school Etitdents,.tonight,;» .-,.o'nl:ic'k, at- 'Ihe JUNiORS G6 DRESSY Terry, was complimented yesterday when Mrs. Phillips Robinson and Mrs. Freeman Kobinson entertained with a morning party at. the Spay and family, before uoina to Pensacola, Fla. Jerry Morgan will arrive; Iwinr- row from Arkansas State, .icncs- boro, to spend tlie weekend \viih Ills parents, Mr, and Mrs. J. J. M orpin. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Pulkcrson of Little Rock rcturntd yeslcrd.iy to their home after having been Ihe guests of Mr, and Mrs. Garth Cnst- llo ami family for a week. Mrs. Russell HoJjsc nnd EO.J, Ji r- ry, ol Memphis, were In Blythe- I tc yesterday to be guests of her rents, Mr. and M:s. J. /,. McKay, id to visit Mrs. Richard L. Jones Northampton, Mass.. guest f her mother, Mrs. J. H. Smni 1 ., r. Mrs. Jones Is tlie Conner Miss anclle Smart. Dr. and Mrs. J. 1_. Guard and Fr. and Mrs. E. J. Heaton arc at .ome after .spending a brief time i Holier Splines. Mrs. Edwin Robinson and Mrs. nines Hill Jr., are In Memphis for i few days of guests of Mr. and vlr.s, Guthrls King. Mr. nnd Mrs. Prank Scli'lllng and :htldrcn, Bob. Tom and Judy, of St. '(•leriibnrg. Fla..' were guests Toes Allen D. Stewart. Members of Lhc caravan will be in charge of the evening worship service Sunday and will have a fellowship period following the scr\i"o. Chiracs will be held each night of | tlie week with n consecration service planned for Tilday nigh!. Methodist Churches in the surrounding territory will participate, pate. | Mrs. Stickmon Will Undergo Hip Operation Mrs. W. A. Stickmon will uudeiRO an oi>eration tomorrow mor!'«hi'j at Campbell's clinic In Memphis for a fracture below the hip she received yesterday in rrn>nsii»i whili attending an Order of ilie Enste: 1 :. Star meeting. Mrs. Stickmon received the fracture when she tripped unc'. fell. She underwent that aid treatment In father Of Mrs. B. Moore Dies at Sanitarium W. H. Pitman or Sprlngonle, father of Mrs. Byron Moore of Blythcville and aii Arkansas educator, died yesterday at the sanitarium In Booncvllle nftsr a Ions, illness, Mrs. M"ocre, Mr. Moore and their son Byron Jr., v.'lll bt> . in Spring- date for funei'iil services, which will be held tomorrow afternoon, 3 o'clock. They will Join Mi.s. Moore's brother, Walter Pitman, and sister, Mrs. Irene Coiirad, both of Washington, D. C., today in Little nock before inutuiin^ on to Jonesboro before going to Memphis i Springdale. Mr. PiUmn.i Lnug'nl for further treatment sincl an op- j schools in Siloam sprliujs. eralion. She was accompanied to Memphis by Mrs. J. "vV. AdJims Sr., who was also attending thy rncet- ing. Also with her are her daughter, Mrs. W. A. HolllnEsworth, and son, l.loyd Stickmon. Eastern Star mcml>e.-s attending the meeting from fllyth^ville in- eluded Mrs. C. W. Alford and Mi<:s Cora Lee Colcman. An explatiiny oil drum rockets into the smoku-lilled air HL-LII" Sacramento. Calif., where an ui] rpfinnrv k>iirriprl with 575.00!) lnv< Phlllips Robinson home. Guests were 20 teen-age girls, including Jo Ann Roberts 01 Memphis, houscguest of Mr. nnd .»Mrs Elbert Huffman: Jane Norton Little Rock, houseguest of Mr, mic Mrs. Earl Buckley; and Vivian.Pat- terson of J.ickson. Miss., who i visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Obsrst The living room was dccoratd with hydrangeas in pale pink, bin and lavender Blades for tlie occa sion and sweelpeas centered th dining room table. A lace cloth cov cretl the table, from which an as sortment of party foods were serv cd. lay and Wednesday of Mrs. Schiling's uncle. E. J. Heaton. nnd Mrs teuton. They were en route to Chl- 'iMr. and Mrs. Jack Mitchell o Chicago will arrive tomorrow to spend their Summer vacation here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs O. J. RodBcrs, and other relatives Mrs. Mitchell is the former Mii Betty mie ROdgers. Miss Barbara Mon'aghnn left thi Mrs. Nail Hostess o GNB Club Members Mrs. Byron Nail entertained last light with a party for members of he GNB Club and two other guests, Kits. Alvlti Lane and Mrs. Goody Eaton. When the group played Inmcn, lBli score priv.e went u> Mrs. J. C. raxier, bunco to Mrs. Norvllle Humphrey and low to Mrs. II. C. Blankenship. The hostess served a dessert course. At The Hospital* BC.YTHKVIM.E HOSPITAL Admitted: Mrs. Luther Money, city. James Russell, Tyler, Mo. Harry Johns, city. Mrs. Owen fjiue^ city. Dismissed: O. T. Decker, Pascola, Mo. John Holmes, city. Mrs. Lonnle While, Steele, Mo. Births: Born to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Donner of Manila, a son, yesterday Rehearsal Supper Given At Gill Plantation Home The Lester B. Gill plantation home near Osccola wa. s the scl- tin» last night for a rehearsal supper for members of the Irene M-ifWS-Curtis C. Duncan wedding l.'arty. Th? wedding was solemnized this 'afternoon at 3 o'clock at the bride's home In Dell. Deep red roses accentuated arrangement.; of Summer flowers used throughout the home. Roser, centered the dining room table. Guests at the supper from out ol town were Mr. and 'Mrs. .Harold Rpldcl of Jonesboro. Miss Katharine Woods of Pine Bluff, and Miss Bnttv I.ou Craven of Caruth- prsvillc, Mo. This 'Male' Goes Thru COLMBIANA, Ala. (OP)— Thirty- one years ago this month, T. C. Rush became postal carrier on in-ill route No. 2. Today, Jour horses, two buggies, and 14 automobiles later, Rush is'still en the route. Only seven of his oiiainal pa- lions are still with him. He has' never missed a delivery and has s',vum across ilood-swollen creeks anj driven through forest fires I" carry the mail. mm !!• ••••••• SALE* MOSS BRYAN will I-V;iliire LI Summer Sale Table Now displaying SO (,'ry^lai Boudoir Lamps en M<irl)lc Base with Rayon Shades, $150 each . . . -a/jO and $3.50 Pinafores and H.xiiy Dresses, slues 1 to 3 at Wi <-a;!i. Other Hems. THE GIFT SHOP 0:{ K;ist Main Strct'l Some petroleum aiithoritlns believe that our continental "shelves" contain more than n thousand bil lion barrets of oM. roughly 50!) times the world's current annual consumption. inornini; for Greenwood, Miss.. morn jng. where she will be the guest for I WALLS HOSPITAL- ID days of Miss Betty Sue Law- Dismissed: ' . For Ikii junior <Jreti-up cotton f In Lonsda1e'«' r iclutnbray by Joan i Norton It-win, "yd 1 " «»" like your , pick in grey, aqu»,<pink, yellow 1 and blae. It i& trimmed in brigbt txiuToii embroidery. Birthday Party Given For Marccda. Stevens f The first of a serhs of soci events planned for M-irceda Steven of tlie Presbyterian Home at Monticello during her annniil Summer vacation here, was n party Riven yesterday afternoon ui observance of her 15lh birthday i:i the recreational rooms of the Presbyterian Church. Marceda is the ward of the Woman's Auxiliary of Fir;t Presbyterian Church uud duritn; her visit here, will be the honsc'^uest of Mis. B. A. Bugg. Guests were 40 young people alu] prizes of the afternoon went to Barbara VanHooser. M-irllu Ti and Buford Young. Refreshments of froste:! cMnks aiid cake were served. * * , Phebean Class Meeting Held at Luttrell Home The Fhebcan Sunday School Class oj First IJivptisl Chiu-cli met last fence. She .was nccompanied to Msmphis by her father, Matt Mon- agiian. -. . . . '.. Mr. nnd Mrs. B. A. Lynch will be hi St. Louis over the weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bert A. Lynch, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nuun motored to St. Louis this morning to meet their daughter, MlGs Mary Prances Nunn, who Is arriving home from Vassar. They plnn to retum tomorrow night. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. W. McNeil have returned home Norn Clay Center. Kans., after spending two weeks with their daughter, Mrs Prank Myers and family. T. A. White, Mcmpnu. Buven Thompson Jr., city. DeWnync McHalTey, cii.y. lioiiert Choate. Manila. ' • Sharon Razer, city. Mrs. Pearl Morris, Lnxora. BAiTIST HOSPITAL, MLinpltls Dismissed: Mrs. Mike Meroney, city. METHODIST HOSPITAL MKMPIIIS Dismissed: Mrs. Alvie McGregor, city. was 47. Burial will be held in Ermen Ccmentnr. The «ev. E. K. Sewell retired Methodist minister, will officiate. • t She'is survived by her "dau jrr, two sisters. Mrs. David Rice of O-iCeola, and Mrs. Martha E. |icr nf Detroit, and a brother ?ohn Johns of Detroit, aefsudinrg. ekku.sRu PkrII B Ring KFHTIIJE FLO' Pei-fecl 1 Gameroom Finish Cleans like a bri.e-ie \iilli s*.^p :nui ^-.-Lilcr. Lr«i,k3 like a- million all the lime. Never shows scuils or scars—ciyarelle liunis—spilled liquids. Thai's Kentile. And a handsomer lloor can't be found. Kcntile's been used lor years in the nation's finest restaurants and grills. Low in upkeep— never wears oul. Economical, too, for you just adct squares as you alter. 1 iYe have the fads on Kenlile . . . investigate now. Your Kent He Iff pot... EAL'S PAINT AND WALLPAPER STORE "Your. Wallpaper Style Center" 100 E;ist Main St. Phone 4«9 niglit at the home of Mrs. Maurice Luttrell with Mrs. Hubert Seymour as co-hostess. Following the covered dish s«p- pcr, ft business meetlnR was held. Mrs. J. W. Sykes read her own composition entitled. "Phebenn". Mrs. Kcllon Francis led prayer and the devotional was given by L Mrs. C. S. Dowdy. Other than the 15 members present was a guest, Mrs. C. I,. Timtnons. hoiiscBiicsl of Mr. and Mrs. -Herman Walls. Hul. Students home from college nn filso Invited to the :Ian<:;>. /o Hold Services Sunday For Mrs. O'Neal, Osceola TO HOLD SFRVICES—12 Funeral service, will be held Sunday afternoon "at Sivlft Funeral Home in Osccola for Mrs. Thelma c-Jhns O'Neal of Osceola, who died yesterday morning in Memphis while staying with friend during the confinement of her daughter, Mrs. J. P. Yctiger, also of Osceola. an expectant mother. Mrs. O'Neal was stricken nt the ends' home and was dead rival at St. Joseph Hospital. She More than $225.000 worth of American toilet soaps were used by people of South Africa In n single year. DINE IN COMFORT Hotel Hobie Co! fee Shop Complete Sunday Dinner $1.25 Chilled Tomato Juice Cold Consomme Cream of Chicken Soup Roast Leg of Spring Lamb, Green Peas Real Chicken C how Mein, Buttered Rice Baked Young Hen With Dresing Choice of Two AuGratin Potatoes— Whole Grain Corn Buttered Carrots -?Geen Beans Combination Salad Hot Dnner Rolls — Hot Sweet Muffins Cup Custard, -fruit Jello, Sherbet Fre*h Blueberry Cobbler —Ice Cream ?^ From Adams' RECORD BAR 'rx B*nekc—Anybody's T.ove Snug Vrrj- Como—Little ,M:m Vmt've Hail :v Busy l);iy Mik* Fllinclon—Salit'idc Sammy K;<>T—I Want to Work in Frcdily Martin—Scrnuile to l.ovr Kfin Monroe—.Monnliaht nnil Kosns Vaughn Monroe—There I vr Said It A Stain Tony Martin—Oh. 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