The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 12, 1947 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, July 12, 1947
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HL.YTUEV1LLE (ARK. NEWS SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1.9-17 -" •"• • , ' M tr WMM, Sodctjr Editor 9 Phor.e 461 Mary Sue Roe Will Wed * In Late Slimmer Ceremony Mf'and Mrs. Ernest Roe announce tlw euyi0ment of,their d&vjghter, MUs Mary'Sue Hoe, to Maj-cus Joe Evrard, son of. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Evrard -, The wedding will be an outstanding event of the lat«, Summer. :/The.bride-elect-and her parents returned here to {iriake their home a year age after having resided in i Memphis a number .of years. She was graduated from Central High School there, where a morn- ber : of Sigma sorority, and later attended Southwestern University at ' itemphis. She .Is a member of Dejta Delta' Delta social sorority. Mr. Evrard was graduated from Blytlie\ ille High School and attended , Mississippi State College, Starkville, alid University of Arkan- sa-yFayetteville. He is :i member of Sigma ^Chl social fraternity. An accountant, lie is'connected with the Joe B. Evans Accounting Firm. Monthly Dance Given For Club 28, Guests When the monthly Club 28 supper fiance'.*as held Thursday nigh!, at The Hut, many guests other than club members were present. Obey included Mr. and Mrs. Pail! Pryor, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris, Mr. and Mrs. W- J- Pollard, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Day, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Crafton, Mr.-and Mrs. A W. Mr.-and Mrs. .O. D. Hauu-iock. J. Alflick, Mrs. Ann Stevens '.Hamilton, F. Still. Mr. andrMrs. John Simpson,-Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grimes, Mr. 'and Mrs. Ben Hall, Mr. and Mrs' Russell Green*ay and Mr. I :id. Mrs. -Floyd Haralson. .Serving as hosts and hostesses for 'the affair were .Mr. and Mr.s. Ji M. Williams, Mr. arid Mrs. Jess** Etitt and'Mr. and Mrs. Max S. Reid. - •••:-.Larkspur predominated In the .'effective flower arrangements plac'il throughout the ballroom and in tilt 1 lounge. Mixed Summer bouquets also decorated tables. Dorcas Class Meeting Held at Baptist Church .The "Personality of Jesus" wa Mrs. Victoria Gilbert's subject yes terdav afternoon at the Dorcas Sun day' School Class meeting at th church. Hostesses were Mrs. T. H , Haynes and Mis Beulah Flannigai Mrs Chailes Ncwcomb, gave th devotional, entitled, "On the King dbm' of '-Heaven," and based on th 24th chapter of Matthew. Mrs. Gilbert, Mrs. M. W. Porl lock and Mis M • W....-Lewis le prayers. . • -. » • V Otit-of-town Visitor Complimented at Party Jeanann.; Walker of Caruthersville, Mo.;-.'was "complimented yes- terdav. afternoon when her hostess, Kathryn Martin, entertained •wlili an informal outdoor party at 'tiie home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Marthv 2100 .Ohickasavijis. The 12 guests were served refreshments of cold .drinks wltil party foods by their hostess, assisted by Nancy ,shively arid Shirley King. » • * Mfc. Elkins 'Hostess With Rook Club Party Mrs O O Zlk'lns enterUir.e:! members of the .CBC Club y.cste day'afternoon with a. rook party. Mrs. R. A. Copeland won high score in games, second high went to Mrs. Leon Scherer and rookd to Mrs. A. Hardy. The hostess served canapes .wi l h •nixed .cookies and frosted drinks Will Wed Marcus Joe Evrard Bits of News Miss Mary Stio Hoe's .engagement lo Marcus Joe Evrard was 1111- ounced today by licr parents, Mr. ami MB>. Ernest Hoe. Tli« wcdilinu •ill b5 one of Hie lute Summer's out-slamling Koclul events. Mr. and Mrs. 1,. II. Eberdt and children, Ann and L. H. Jr., will •eturn to Birmingham, Ala., Sunday. Accompanying them home will be Misses Bthcl and Juanita Eberdt, who will spend several weeks with them before going to Dallas, Tex. There, they will visit their sister Mrs. Frank McDonald, Mr. Mc- Donuld and daughter, Frances They plan to return In .late Bummer. Mrs. O. W. McCutchen, Mrs. Marvin Hoblnson, M''(i Husscll Phillips Mr.s. E. D. Gee. Mrs. P. E. Black Mr.s. W. H. Minyard and Miss Patty June Davis left this morning fo IlnnLy where they will spend the weekend with Mrs. W. D. Chamblii who has a collage there tor month. A. A. Fredrlckson left this after noon lor Grand Island, Neb., t spend n week with his parents, Mi and Mr.s. E. R. Frcdrickson. Randall Hnwks, student at Hen drlx College. Conway, arrived lut night to spend the weekend with hi mother. Mis. Bertie Hawks. - I Bryant Stewart. Si', and Harvey .Slcv,".ul -spent Thursday in Mem-] this on Cary Mason nnd Larry Ashley ure spending the tiny 111 Memphis. Jo Ann Tricshmaiui, Hetty Ann limber and Robert Craflon returned yesterday from the Methodist Senior Youth Assembly at Hcndrix . College. Conway. j Mr. and Mrs. Cluy Stallings and family arc spending the weekend In Savannah, Tenn., as guests of Mrs. Stalling* sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Callous and son, Gene. Mr.s. oallens and Gene will accompany them home. Mr.s. Mary Alice Keith will be In Memphis over the weekend to at- ttntl the annual convention of Dcl- ii Bet" Chi sorority at Hotel Pca- Coming Events MONDAY Circle Four of Woman's Auxiliary [ First Presbyterian Church meet- ig at the church 8:00 p.m. Business Women's Circle of First rcsbylerlan Church meeting with Mr.s. Ebb Spradlcy at 131 B. Ash, :i)0 P.m. Woman's Missionary Society of 'irst llaptist Church meeting in Irelc groups. Mr.s. Worth D. Hold- •r hostess to Circle One; Mrs. R. ft. jllooser, .Circle Two; Mrs. C. W. AHlick. Circle Three; Mrs. Ted King, Circle Four; Mrs. Lloyd Stiekmon; Jlrclc Five, and Mrs. E. H. Woodson, Circle Six. Miss Pandoriu Whitworth entertaining with a bunco club party. Woman's Society of Chrlstiai Service of First Methodist Churcl meeting at the church for progran und business, a o'clock. Young Woman's Association o First Baptist Church meeting at tin home of Miss Marian Mnycs, 30! Douuan St. TUESDAY Business Women's Circle Eight o First Baptist Church meeting at th home of Mr.s. W. M. Williams. Mrs. Charles Langslon will enter tain Club Eight. At The Hospitals iris' Auxiliary Meets Customs of the Chinese were tudied Wednesday aftenibon 'Jt meeting of iho Junior Girls' Aux- lary of Calvary' Bsptisl Cnureh t the church. The group had memory work un- ier direction of Mrs. O. W. D.iviss. cader. who also read a story al;cut he Chinese. Refreshments were ervetl during social hour. Daughter is Bern Mr. and Mr.s, T. F DriigmaMd ol )s Angeles. Cnllf. are the parents Cf a daughter' born July 8th in !j'.« an Monica Hospital. The child Ins been named Karen Sue. Mrs. Drngmand is the former iss Wilnia Lea fitone, (laughter uf Mr. and Mr.s. l~. H. Stone. Alaska for the past five months. Miss Dons Hill iKis returned from, laKs, Tenn., where she visited Mi is Millie Olds lor a week. Mrs. A. B. HH1, daughters, Miss Evelyn Hill and Miss Doris Hill, and sons. David Mild James, aix^ her mother, Mrs. R .V .Wilcox, Wive eone (o Ravcndcn Springs, Mo., where they will attend the date Baptist Assembly. slid Reed Tltrclkeld left, yesterday tor |i visit in Marlon. Ky. Mis> Virginia Thix'lkeld lias gene to Louisville, Miss., for a weeks' vacation. Luxor a News I1LYTI1EVILLE HOSPITAL Admitted: James Alvin Stone, city. Mrs. M. FiUsimmonSj city. David Wayne JaJU-s, city. Sterling Smothers, city. Dismissed: Mrs. F. F. Well, city. Mrs. John Barch and baby. Luxora Mrs. Ivan Whillhitn, Hayti, Mo. Mrs. Turner Cogglns and oauy. city. Births; norn to Mr. and Mrs. Jaincr Honeycult, city, a (laiifihtcr joslcr- day. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mr.s. W. C. ncnefield, Rt. 3. city. Mrs. T. F. Marshall mid baby, W. n. Terry and 'J"i' r ))K'rs. Miss !<i-.'-!hj Claire ol Smuckover. Mrs. Lee uiley nud D:. Utlcy of Cimdeii, hare lelurned home [after visiting Mr. Tony's "Oilier, Mrs. S. B. T;rry. cud other relatives. Mrs. J. I. Mifflin nnd daughter, Miss Betty Sue Mifflin, accompanied W. n. Terry to Sir.ackover lor a tiuee work's visit with Mr.s. Miffliirs rf.-.ter, Mrs. W. D. Terry. Af:ri r> ii'ir'h's visit with her parents, Mr. am". Mrs. R. S. 'Brvant ; c2'"i bv Mrs. n. J. Waga- Mr. Wnj;.iiuan and the'.r SDH.! Mrs. Rosu Caraway /, rrtiivucn to i heir horn? in rstown, Md. Tl:cy were ac-'l home by their niece's, ;:; M \rilyn and Jean Owen, will remain for a two 'months 'uanita Gloretta Buck To New Jersey Man The innrrkmc of Miss Junnlla Gloretta Buck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. II. buck of Manila, to Don- ild Fredrick UcLong of Wnodberry. N. J., was solemnl/.etl July r> at the home of the bride. T'lis Rev W. Stovnll, pii.stnr of the Church of Christ ut niythevillc, ofllcialcd Lucille und Hetty Lou Hnck lighted tapers and nuptlul music was presented by Miss Ermu Sue Bu<!k voca'lliit, and Mrs. Haltle Mai Grimes, pianist. Given in imminge by her hither, the bride wore a wedding gown of while crystalline chiffon over bridal satin with accentuated basque points at the center front and back. A' (luted • ruffle with n picnt edge' crossed the bodice at the low heart- i .shaped neck nnd the long-fitting sleeves had a ruffled cull. The' full gathered skirt developed Into a train. She curried n buuipicl of white orchids and gardenias. Her double-tiered veil of imported French illusion fell from n Juliet ap of- braided illusion held with pearls. Clusters of pcarli'/.ed •anye blossoms bordered each side. W. A. Fowler, sister of the rkle.'Vas her matron of hniior atul It. Fowler served the bridegroom Osceola Women Give Party Here For 140 Guests OSCEOfvA. July 12. — One of the Summer's most interesting social events was Riven yesterday at Hotel Noble in Blythevllle wlieh six hostesses cntei taiucd :15 InbLPs of uuos'. with a dessert brlds;e and pitch party. Hostesses were Mrs. Halph Wontl- rufl, Mrs. A. W. Young, Mrs. ID. L, Tallaferro. Mrs. O. E. Mnsscnglll M| . s ,, B Phillips, and Mr.s. Fra For Electric Work Coll 2397 BOB' S Electric Shop • Farm Wiring • House Wiring • Motor Repairs • Appliance Installation 500 N. Fifth SI. : -Blytheville, Ark. s best Mr. and Mrs. Buck cnlcrtainiHl 'lib a reception following the ecrc- lony. Mr. nnd Mrs. Del.onK will lake their home in Woodlierry nf- er'a weddiny trip. 'arcnts of Daughter A daughter was born Thursday light to Scrgl. and Mi's. George Fiivuti of El Paso, Texas. Their first child, she has been named Rut Fane. . ; Mrs. FaVati is the ' former Miss Vera Siiliba of Blytlicvillc, daughter of t3r. nnd Mrs. J. A. Saliba. The Mirror Room was the settinn for Hie aflalr v.ilh flowers in ; mny varieties reflected In mirrors und silhouetted agnlust Hie low windows. Graceful picardy gladioli filled a giant basket and three smnllp'r floor baskets held glndioli nnd feverfew. Identical while pottery bowls of deep red California zinnias wcr« placed in ench window, while in tall vases were effective arrangements of .tuberoses, sypsophila. crysantlie- mums and daises. In bridge games, Mrs Milton Pope won firsi prize, second went lo Mrs. Jay Kochundcrfer and third to Mrs. W. V. Alexander. Mrs. S. Fuller won fourth prize, Mrs. Spencer Driver, low anil Mr.s. Earl Robbins received '(insolation. Mr.s. B. L. Bowles won liigh score iri/o in pitch games. The MD women included guests •oui POUCH City, Okln., LltMi. Rock, Rrydcl, lllythevitle. Luxoia Wilson, Joiner and Osceola. S'-'s Uillie Louise and Mary Frances Gaines will leave tonight Tor New Orleans to spend two weeks with Mrs. John Hartley and family. Their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Gainus, will motor them to Oyr-i.sburg, Tenn., from where they will no by train. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Trie.sclunann und daughters. Jo Ann and Linda, will leave tomorrow for Wiilman Iowa, tu visit Mr. Trieschmanu's mother, Mrs, Mary A. Trieschmann. 'They, will be there a week and in Little Rock ;i week- before returning home. In Little Rock they will visit Mrs. Trioschniaiin's mother, Mrs. B. Hale. Sally Trieschmann who is now visiting Mrs. Hale, wll return home with them. C. i". Cockle of Chicago, 111., wll return home tomorrow after having been the guest of his daughter, Mrs . R. Olsen and Mr. Olsen .forUhj ast .several days. .^ Mr. and' Mr$. T. L Sejy ,ani auglitars, "Misses Iva and RuU :,iy,. :ui(| Ann left liiis afternooi Pastor Begins 6th Year Here Tomorrow Morning When the Rev. H. S. Baircl gives I Church, his morning sermon tomorrow, he I He came lo will begin his sixth year in Blytlic- Billings. Okla. Sub-District Meeting To Be Held Monday Night A sub-district mwtiug of th Molhrdisl Youlli FO'lowship will b held Momby night at Lake Stre 1 Msthodist Church hero. Young people from all Metliodi.i churcl'.cs In I his area luvc bee invited. H was nunnuurcd. BAPTIST HOSPITAL, M«in; dismissed: Gwendolyn Harrison, city. wlv» visit. Mrs. HoriHm Spiccr ir, in Memphis with her son, Billy Spicev. ttho underwent :>. .major operation at the Baptist Hospital Wednesday. Miss >Nora Wise and M,sr, Dolly Goswis'k w.»l leave Siuulay for a •visit in Caivida. They will ?,o by train to Detroit and from there by stcaircr through -L-ikc Erie and L?k: Ontario and up the St. La>v- ren"^ Hivcr to Quebec. Miss Patricia Eertt is visHiu Manila News Mr. and Mr.s. Lester Stutts ft Wilmington, Cai'if., are visiting relatives in Manila. Mrs. Ernest Horsley has been in Ypsilanti, Mich., to' be wilh her father, Tom Morrow, who Is ill. Thcmas O'Guinn and son, Jer ry, of Granite City, III. and the Rev C. M. O'Guiim of Jackson.' MLss., have returned to their hom»-'i after spending two weeks with their sister, Mrs. Mary Bunch. Mr. and Mr.s. C. P. Bruce of Fulton, Ky., and Mr. nnd Mrs. B. W. James of Hicknmn. Ky., IMVC been in Manila several days to be witli Mr. 13rucc°s and Mrs. Janii'S'j motlier, 'Mrs. John Bruce. Mr. and Mrs. C R. David have returned home tif-ter sending three week is in Kansns City, Mo., and Deerwcod, Minn. Miss Ruth M:Connick has rc- lurneci from Detroit, Mich., wheie .she visited re'atives. Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Caraway anrt daughters, Sue Amy and Sheila of Wichita; Kans., tift- guests of and Mrs. Eva Teague. Mrs. • Recta Storey has/ returned home after' visiting relatives in Bco'.icville. Miss., three weeks. Mrs. Cly Furnier and SOILS,. Glenn fiay ap.d B^liby. are spendini! a few days in Eentori Harbor, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Max McWIiirter ami so:i of Flint. Mich., are guests of M ! ss Ethel McWiiirter and Mr. and Mrs Rue Sago. Help Wonted Want Man to work in office. Kv- perience iiol necessary, wonderful opportunity to learn to IK; bookkeeper. Cioad salary, permanent position. Call 8G1 or sre Tom A, JJtlle, Sr. BlythevilJe Motor Co. ,.._., _ . MISS I neschmann ipCOKSl At MYF Council Meeting ' " Miss Jo Ann Trieschmann gave report last nlghl lo the Council of the Methodist Youth Fellowship 11 the activities of the Senior A.s- cmbly which was held last 'week it Ilcndrlx College. Comvay: ! Others attending from Blythevllle were Betty Harber and Robert Craf- . ton. Jo Ann's class was on music in the church. Betty took n course entitled "World Peace." and Robert's class was on the church and its work. Nine members of the council were present at the session of which Miss Iva Sciiy. president, was in charge. Programs for the next month were outlined und two socials were plan- ne$ The meeting was-adjourned Witji the League Benediction and a social hour followed. iier r'ster, Mrs. Iicnis Sanderson,, iier .-; iin-j Mr. Sanderson in Flint. Mich-1 Brovai. lg?.n. ' Miss Geuevive 'Mijar G. C. Driver has .arrived' f rom a to- a visit with his parents, Mr. Miss Leachvillc News Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Fowler of Rockford, II':.. have returned home after visiting Mr. .and Mrs. P. H. 1 Fowler. 1 Miss Geneva Brown of Jonesboro :|has returned there after visiting USE IT AS A RUNABOUT inui Mrs. Grover Driver, before. BOiiiE'13 'Atlanta, Ga. to join Mrs. .Dri-vCi-. Ma>r Driver, who has just be?n .discharged 'from the A«ny Mr. and Mrs. \V. East has returned weeks' visit in Canalou, M'i. Joyce lEiirrentine and Div- vid >B3rreivtiiie of. Flint, Mich., '.u-e spending a few weeks with BoVnie Jean Threlkeld. Mr. anil Mr,>, lArnolil Fowler stationed at Anrhoraj<e, daughters, Rhonetta nnd Vernell . Norfolk Lake lo spend ill veekend. Mr. und Mrs. .Ai'dc night to be guests of Mr. and Mrs. j W. E. Cherry and oth'er friends. Th-; Penney of] Millers made their home here when Dcivtr.:!, Mo., (Mrs. ,7. S. Smith of he wns stationed at Blytheville Av- Eikcston, Mo., and Mrs. Dwight > n V Ail ' Field, planning to arrive to- Little and daughter. Barbara Lee. 'orrow to be guests of the Cherrys >f Panama Canal Zone \vere gurs'-s 's the Robert. Wceumaii family. Mr if Mr. -and Mri. Floyd Simpson. illlti Ml '«- Wccdman's infant sou has ecu; named Jon Stephen. ville as pastor of First Christ In Blylhovillc from Jame-s Edwards left yesterday for Denver, Colorado, where he will oin Mr,<^ Edwards and son. Jimmy, le was accompanied as far as Knp;, sn.s City by Carl Gaiwke, who will visit relatives there, in Peru. Ind . jnd St. Louis for .a week. Mr. an;! Mrs. Edwards plan to return to Ihelr home here next week. Mr. and Mrs. W, E Cherry have returned from St. Louis an<l Char- fee. Mo., where they were guesu of her relatives. In St. Louis, they visited her brother, Robert Henshnw, and in chaffee were guests of her sister, Mrs. Robdrt Wccdman. and family. They were accoiuppuJeti there by the Robert Wecdmriu's son. Jitumy, returning home after visilinr; his uncle and aunt here. Mrs. Nella Krills of Glnsspivt Pa , is the guest of her son. Raymond Krills, Mrs. Krills. and llwir infant son. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Miller ol Oklahoma City will arrive hen- to I -* LOW 51C6IS Monday and Tuesday Only all Broken Lots of Mrs J. A. Lucketl and daughter, 'fiss Nenl. Luckett of Dell, left l.bis :iorning fer Colciwatcr, Miss., wh hey were called been use of thfi-serl- us illness of Mrs. Lnckett's sister Mrs. Homer Crawford. Otho Fulglmni of Chicago, for- ntrly of niytheville, arrived this nornint; to spend several days witl Vieiids and relatives- Mr, and Mr.s. Duff Gaither rut daughter, Harriet Marie, of Mem >his will spend Sunday with he larents, Mr. and Mrs. John Waldeii Bob Waldcn of Parat'ould will als be here. Mrs- W. Z. Cheatham has gone to Winfield, Texa. 1 ;, to spend two weeks of her Summer vacation. Before returning here, she will go to Houston, Texas and Hernandez, Calif. Mrs Vena Henley has returned to her home in Flint, Mich., after having been the guest of Mayor ami Mrs. E. R Jackson. USE IT AS A MOBILE POWER UNIT • The power of the Willys-Overland "Jeep" Engine ami selective 2- and 4-wheel drive make the "Jeep" a vehicle of aura/Jug versatility, performance and economy. Every Y Night V **& 9 'til 1 Air Conditioned Mirror Room m Adm. 60c Sncl. Continuous Shows livery Pay Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:(IO MSTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m 4:30 p.m. SATURDAY Under Arizona Skies with Johnny Mack Brown Serial: "Jack Armstrong" Xo. r> ami Short Conl'd Shows Sat. 12:SO to 11:30 Sunday and Mnrfday Canful htndUnc -aleguirds color -1 «ixJ textun*. Have -them clcwacd whU« you're tMttlnc. Walk iM t* tax included New Lots of Children's Sandals Siies 12-2 98c $2.25 Silk Hose Limit 2 Pairs All Safes Final All Sales Cash DINE IN K. Paramount News & 3c!cr,lcil Shorts COotinuoDs Show Sun. 1H^-11:00 COMFORT Hotel Noble Coffee Shop Featured Sunday Dinner $1.25 Fresh Shrimp Cocktail Fruit Cocktail Cream of Chicken Soup Cold Consomme Roast Fresh Pork Ham, Apple Sauce Chicken Ala King en Casserole ^'. Fried Channel Catfish en Corn Meal Golden Brown Omelette with Glazed Fruit Creamed Potatoes Fried Kan Plant English Peas Lima lieans Sliced Tomatoes Hot Dinner Rolls Hot Sweet Muffins Fruit Jello Sherbert Ice Cream Egg Custard Pie Cherry Pie Coffee or Tea .Box Office Opms at "<:OD p.m. Show Starts 7:1T> p.m. Opens Sunilay 1:30; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sal. nrul Son. Bargain Night Every Night K\«pt Saturday No passes honored on Sunday ai the. Knx? Sat nrd.iy Crashing Thru Serial: 'Thick Tarter" No. il. Short Conl'd Shows Sat. 12:30 to 11:30 Sunday and Monrtn; Sailor Takes a Wife wltli Robert Walker and June Allyson . Cont'd Show. San. 1:15-11:**

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