The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 19, 1948 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 19, 1948
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f FACT TOUR BLYTHfiVTLLE (AKKJ COUHTEK FRIDAY, MARCH 19' 1948 Coats Pair With Prints Phone <M61 MM. Ellis Is Hostess To Bunco Club, Guests Mr*. Jtck itothenjr ind Mrs. K. A Jonai were guest* yesterday with member* of the Friendly Eight Club, when Mrt. O«nt Ellis entertained »t her home. • During lh« bunco games, Mn. Matheny won bunco, Mj-s. Ellis, high tcora and Ur». Clyde Eldrldge, low score. Attractive arrangement* of Jon- qutli wen UMd In th« entertaining roomi of tht home. The host/an served i sandwich pliU with iced drinks. . • • . Club Eight Entertained By Mrs. .Graham Sudbury MM. oodiaitt Sudburj entertained men*«rx of Ciub .Eight, yesterday at her horn*, on West Henrn St. During the afternoon when the guest* played, bridge, prizes werp won by Mrs. Paul Jobe, high, and Mrs. R. O. Allen, second high. Jonquili and other Spring [lowers decorated entertaining rooms of the'; home. . A dessert cours* was served. -".•»• Mrs. Bryant Entertains Two Tables Of Bridge OSCEOLA, Ark., Mar. ID—Mrs. Guy P. Bryant was hoste-ss to two Ubl&s of bridge yesterday Rl her home on South Oak Street. In the bridge gnincs played, Mrs. o.: E. Massenglll won hleh score and Mrs. Roy Cox, second high. Entertaining rooms of the. home •wrJe decorated with bouquets ot Spring flowers, A salad course was served by the hostess - - • • • • Yarbrb W. S. C. S. Meets With Mrs. Neta Bunch Mrs. Neta Bunch was hostess at her home yesterday to members of the Yarbro Methodist Women's Society of Chrlstinn Service. Thirteen members and one new member. Mrs. Milton Bunch, attended the meeting. Mrs. Paul Abbott wns In charge . of the program on the topic of "Churches and .Christianity In Jn- Mrs. O. P«n." yesterday A social hour followed the meet- tag. • « • Bridge Luncheon Given By Mrs. Cecil Shane Mrs. Cecil Shane entertained members of the Mld-Week Club and three guests, Mrs. W. C. Hlg- finson, Mrs. J. F. McCalla and Mrs Klton Klrby, with a three-course luncheon yesterday at her home. . The luncheon was served at Individual tables centered with smal' bouquets or Jonquils aril japonicas. : When the bridge games were played, Mrs. Higglnson won high and Mrs. McCallA second. / Entertaining rooms of the home held bouquets of Spring flowers. * • • Pot Luck Dinner Given By Pathfinders Class The Pathfinders Class of the Tirst Methodist Church had their monthly pot luck dinner last night Jh the recreation , rooms of the church. Approximately SO members and two guests, John Moore, who 1» the superintendent of the church nchool at the Trinity Methodist Church In Memphis and Bud Whlt- > ford of Jonesboro attended. " Dinner was served at long tables eovered with white cloths. Large Easter baskets filled with Jonquils centered the table, with smaller baskets and chocolate rabbits being placed at Intervals the length of the tables. Games were under the direction of Mrs. Frances Qammlll and Kemp I Whlsenhunt. In the contest, the prize was won by Charles Brogrtcn. Hostesses were Mrs. J. C. Drohe, Mothers Are Honored Al First Baptist Church The cradle roll and nursery departments of the First Baptist Church were hosts when they entertained mothers of the department members yesterday In the social rooms of the church. The long table from which refreshments were served, was covered with » cut-work cloth and centered with a bouquet of jonquils and slock flanked by yellow tapers burning in cry.slal cnnclelabrji. Mrs. P'llppcn Whttner gave Bits of News reading And Miss Blllle Tucker sang "Brahms Lullaby". Piano selficllons wnrfl ijivpn by Mrs Charles Pcnn during I he alter noon. » » • Mrs. Eaton Is Hostess To Jolly Eight Club Mrs. Wendell Jtalon wns hostess at the Country Club yesterday to members of Jolly Eight Club. During the afternoon when the guests played rook, prizes were won by Mrs. Haskell Blankenshlp, hlfih, Mrs. Neville Blakemore, second nnd Mrs. J. O. Huey, rooko. Potted plants dpcornted the entertaining rooms of the club. A salad course was served by the hostess, Desserl Bridge [s Given At F. Robinson Home E. B. Woodson was dismissed today from Walls Hospital where no had been undergoing treatment for several days. His condition Is satisfactory. Mr. ami Mrs. Rain }). Williams a and daughter, Martha Ellen have returned, from Gainesville, Ga.. where they visited with their daughter, Miss Virginia Williams, who Is a student at Brencnu Col- lefr, there, for several days. / Mrs. George • pollock returned Sunday from Hnlhvood, Va. where she was called because of the ill- new; nnd death of her lather, A. L. Lewis. She was accompanied home by her mother, Mrs, A. L. LcwL-5, who will visit here for two months. Misses Minnie ami Ruby Brown sprnt 'l\K\-iday and Wednesday Memphis where they attended to business. O. S. ilolllson Find Jimmy Perry Icfl yesterday lor DeWItt, Ark. '-> accompany their cousin, N. J. flolli- son to Little Rock where he will be admitted to [he St. Vinclcnt Hospital. His condition Is .sci Mr. and Mrs. Dan McGruder have received word that their son, Pit-. Frank McGruder, who Is stationed at clnrks Field in (ho Philippine Island, has hcen promoted to Flight Freeman Robinson entertained members of the Octclte. Club with a dessert bridge at the Freeman Robinson home. When bridge games wen* played, Mrs. Cleo Langston won high and Mrs. C. F. Tucker, second. Mis. ha.s been critically III at the Mom- phis Methodist Hospital lor several week. 1 ; is much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Gnorge Cross are spending today in ^em Mrs. Jc.ssc Taylor, Mrs. Henry , . , . . j , i Humphreys, and Mrs. R. n Purvi. Ashford was presented with a cor- &pclll W( , (lllcsc | ny m Memphis. sage as guest prize. ! '_ Entertaining rooms of (he home [ were decorated with bouquets ol ] mixed Spring flowers. Mrs. Caudill Hostess With Bridge Luncheon At The Hospitals O. Caudill when she members of the Thursday Contract Club and one guest, Mrs. E. P. Borum at her home on W. Walmst. Luncheon wns served nl the dining table, which was centered with a striking arrangement ot mixed Spring flowers In a low crystal bowl. Other bouquets of flowers were used In the entertaining room-, of the home. In the bridge games played, Mrs. E. R. Lancashire won high score and Mrs. F. B. Joyner, second high. Miss Mothershead Is Wed niythevllle Hospital Dismissed: Fred Ellis Jr.. city. Fid Perry, city. AValls Hospital was hostess . Dismissed: entertained I Mrs. U. W. Mulllns anrt baby, city. 1 1 ci 1 ax i/- Woman's Ou o Jerome ohands McKay ] church win m, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McKay today announced ihc marriage of their son, Jerome Shands McKay of Blythcvllle. to Miss Dorothy Eslellc Mothershead of Silver Spring, Md. The wertding was solemnized Saturday, Jan. 31. at the Silver Spring Presbyterian church. The bride wore' on aqua blue crepe dress with black accessories and a shoulder corsage of white roses. Her small off the face hat was trimmed with soft leathers of palest pink. Following the wedding, a iccep- Peggy Sun Cox, city. Mrs. Bessie Blankenship, Slcele, Mo. Lonnie Glenn ,J;>ro. Rlr. I, city. Ira Lewis. Irrl- >M, Mo. Mrs. Richard i .11, FUe. 1 city. Mrs. Finas Keeling, Manila. Mrs. l.u,?.lc Snydfr, city. Harry Prcsnell. Hol]:-no, Mo. Gu.s Chltwood, city. Coming Events , Social Calendar Frlrtar Woman's Guild of I he Lutheran iit. the home of. Mrs. Wcldon W- Ncbel, 1033 W. I Ash. at. 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Lane Novvcll entertaining Alpha Beta Bunco Club. Chapter N, P. E. O. Slslcrhao<1, mcrdinK with Mrs. Lloyd Slickmon and Mrs. C. M. .Smart. Saturday Cotillion Club will have their monthly dance, U:00 p.m. at the Legion Hul. Hosts and hostesses will be Mr. and Mis. Freeman Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Regenold and Mr. und Mrs. James Hoy. Little Rock Couple Safe Army Plane Over Berlin V'KW YOKK—<NKA>—I'iiu-od ntr ^ for K;rslci is the bright little "throw" coat or middy-like jacket uhicli flounces like the petals of a flower ovc.'r" u K :I >' print drt'5^ Proclniminy t h r fashionable union of this pair is Ihc shniR-olT conl's print lining which is matched lo the dress. Here JUT; tv.-o Paul Panics designs which show lunv this cnsi:mblin^ f u'oi'ks t(< turn :i simple print . into an iinpu-sinj: outfit. At Icfl is a liouncy pclunix: rape-coat of slate bine wool. linttl lo nKitch the full-skirled ''CMhcdnil print" ci'cpe dress of sl;nncd-glass window colors with which it keeps company. The brown wool jacket, ns sitmvn ri^ht. buttons hjui^ly over ;i clmcnlaU'-niid-while honeycomb ]U int chess of cropo ex- linv.iKimt circle of ;i skirl. This jacket is pi inl-line:l and sptnt> ,i. piu'lic-t hiinkii- and :\ necktie whiih also match the drcfs. — KI'SIK KINAKII, NI1A Fashion luiilui We the Women Don't rlo any of these things to your hasband: Correct hi* grammar or hl» pronunciation In front of other people. Help him tell a story. Let his business associates know that you know all about his business, or his fellow workers know thai you are up on all the latest office gossip. Run down ^ hU family or his friends in "private" conversations with "the girls." Call him pet name* when others are around to hear and be amujs- td. Let the world know what a good manager you have to be to get by on his salary. Bother him at his work, either by too frequent telephone calls or bp burdening him with errands you should take rare of yourself. Old Man Ge'ls Tired Keep him up night after night so that he doesn't get enough sleep, just bcause you can either sleep later In the morning or manage a nap in the afternoon. Tell a story at his expense, just hccause you think It will get a laugh, or help yon to prove that you are the practical member of the family. Talk so much, when you ar« In a crowd, that your husband never gets a chance to'say anything. Tag along with him. on the flimsiest excuse, no matter where he has to go. Take all the credit lor the good behavior or the special achievements of your children. F/remen Make Run Firemen answered a call to the residence of J. E, Stevenson Jr., I 321 No, Madison, last night when an electric range began smoking, No fire resulted and no damage was done. LITTLE Luxora News Mrs. Lillian Freear left, Monday For Evansvillc. Jnd.. where .she will i visit her sister. Mrs, D. C. McGehec for several weeks. Mrs. L. O. Tortd and daughter. Mary Harriet, are visiting her mother. Mrs. Elizabeth Sllltman nnd her j grandmother. Mrs. Elliott Williams. rnpcd without a scratch after" hav- Mrs, Perry Hcrrnlcl nnd daughter, j ing to tail out ol a crippled armj Sniidrn Joe. oi Memphis, are visit-: transport plane in Germnny yes- ing Mrs. Hen-old's parents, Mr. and ' tcrday. Caruthersville Soloists Have Parts in Cantata CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., March 19—Two Caruthersville soloists will have prominent parts in the Easter Cantata of the Shaw Avenue Met!\- nctlsl Church. St. Louis, on Palm Sunday, March 21sl. They are Floyd Barnhar, tenor, and Jack Allen, baritone. Mr, Barnhart is Vocational Agriculture instructor in high school here, and director of the Methodist Church choirs. While a resident of St. Louis for two years, he wa.s a member of the church choir there, and was invited to return this year and participate in the Easter services as soloist. Young Allen is a senior in hi^-i school, and a student in the music dapavtment directed by Miss Mar- Jorie Ashcraft. Mr. Barnhnrt and Mr. Allen will have the same parts in the rendition here of the Easter Cantata, "The Crucifixion," which will be given here at the Methodist Church Friday night, March 26. and which (U.P.I—Mr. and Mrs. Eli McHaney is the same cantata the St. LouL; of Liltle Hork j their parents here that Read Courk-r News Want, Ads. Mrs. Lee Long. Mr. and Mrs. Allten Chllwoori had Tn a cablegram to Mrs. Mc.Haney's L parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. New-! Uieir guests over the weekend i som of Little Rock, they explained: Mrs. Chltwood's sister, Mrs. A. B. j "Wonderful experience Jumping \ Bradley and Mr. Bradley of Fort; out of a plane over Berin. Not a Smith. Mr. Chltwood's parents. Mr.' scratch. Notify McHaneys." and Mrs. A. Aitten Chltwond Sr.. of! McHaney's parents are Supreme ' tlon was held at the home of the bride's mother. Mr. McKay was graduated from Luxora High School and Is now serving Rs a Merchant Marine officer. They are making their home in Silver Spring. Meeting Open House ot Junior High School Music Room The. Junior High School Music Class, under the clirccllcm of Mrs. F. U Reid, hud open house Wednesday In the music room of the stadium for their parents, the Inc- The Calvary Baptist' Brotherhood meeting tonight, 7:30. nt the church. , Program has been arranged by the Mrs. Richard Prichard. Mrs. Ne- \ committee nnd refreshments will he, ville Blakemore, Mrs. Kemp Whisc- i served. Each member nf the broth- w « ll ..<"'.' .ire.iS.mrnt SKRACH-Np-MOK. nhunt. Mrs. J. O. Tricschmann erhnod. tocether with his wile. Is Inand Mrs. Frances Gammill. viled lo Bttcml. Mulberry, Ark., nre spending this week ns their gue.sls niso. Miss Christine Calvcit and Miss Knuna Lee Kennnmer attended a birthday party for Miss Calvert's father, E. M. Cnlvtit, nt the Galvert home in Marked Tree Thursday. Teachers attending thr district dt- ! w ' lr vision of the Arkansas Teachers As- " socinlion Friday were .1. W. Cariy, Mrs. .1. W. Cady. Miss Christine Cnlvert, Mrs. Chnrlnis Thomas. Mrs. Avis Crawford. Miss Eunice Shinn, Court Justice' and Mrs. E. I* McHaney. Yonng McHaney has been in Germany for About two years, as a deputy U. S. prosecutor at the German war crimes trials. Seven other Americans were forced to jump. Among them wfi.s Brig. Gen. Telforri Taylor, chief crimes prosecutor, and his N'whtCoughs ^ due to colds... eased without "dosine" ulty and other RiicsUs. Approximately HO attended. The St. Patricks Day theme was carried out In the (lpcnr.itIons nf the music room, as were the refreshments of Individual cakes nnd Ice cream. A 30 minute program wns presented by the class, which included the girls and boys chorus and the mixed chorus. Only one person, an ellstrd member of the plane's crew, was .seriously injured. By 22,000 A. O. the Niagara Falls will no longer exist, 533' engineers and Kcologist. because the Niagara River will become a gi- ganltic whirlpool higher up in Lake Eric. Ty Adams. Mrs. R. T. 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