The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 22, 1948 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 22, 1948
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PAGE rotai BLTl'HfiVlLLB (ARXJ COURIER Society, 9 MONDAY, MARCH 28, 1948 Legion Hut Is Setting For Cotillion Club Dance Th« Lee Ion Hut wai th« letting Baturda; night when Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Robinson, Mr. and Mr>. E. . M. RegenoM and Mr. and Mrs. JamM Roy were hosts and hostesses to the Cotillion Club member* and juest* at an Informal dance. The refreshment table, covered •rith a while cloth, held aa a novel centerpiece a itrUting arrangement ft jonquil* la m low crystal bowl garlanded by tiny Easier Bunny candlM and flanked by green tapers burning In tllver holders. The as- farted party foods added to the decorations ot the table. Large' bouquets of jonquils and other Spring flowerj were attract!-' vely arranged In the. entertaining room* of fne hut. Guest* Included, Mr. and Mrs. Bhelburnt Brewer, Mr. and Mri. Bernard Gooch, Miss Molly Guard, BUI.Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmle Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norrts, Waller Logan, and his guest D. R. White of London, England, Malcolm Da.v, Miss Jean Williams of Osceola, Mr. and Mrs. Bill McMath pi. Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Todd Cestlio of Luxor a. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Flecman, Mr. and .Mrs. Frank Whilworlh, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Graber, Mr. and MM. Bill Godwin, Mr. and Mrs. Toler Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs. Jack McHaney, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Finley Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Chnrlcs Crigger, Mr. ana Mrs. Marvin Smith, Mr. arid Mrs. BUI Dtiland of Crawford rill*;'.'Ark. snd Mrs. John Ben Bom»r : of Tuscaloosa, Ala. v • • • .Hodges Is Wed To Joim Douglas McGill ( Mi»:Pol!y Hodges, daughter of Mr.'iiia Mrs. W. F. Hodges of 1BSO Oliver, Memphis, Tenn., and Joim Douglas''McGill, son of Mrs, John Douglas. McGill Sr., and Ihe late I , Mr. MoGill of Memphis, formerly of Blylheville, were married Fe'j. M, in Aiie Larnar Heights Presbyterian Church in Memphis. \ Mr. McGill was graduntcrt from BlytheVlile High School and served with .the armed forces during World War n.'' They are making llielr honu In Jaclcson, MlM. Luncheon Is Given By Miss Jean Dedman MisiJean Dedman was hostess at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs: R. L. Dedman Saturday, with a luncheon.complimenting her wekend guests, Miss Cookie Pallor and Miss Mary Beth Elliott ot Whitehayen, Tenn, s The ; iuncneon WHS served at, the dinlng'room table which was cov- sred.-^'ith a blue and while linen cloth and. centered with a floating arrangement or Jonquils. Entertaining, rooms" of the home held bouquets.' of gladioli and jonquils. The >'12 guesls attending spent Hie afternoon inlormaliy. Monthly Social Is. Held By Demonstration Club The .Armorel Home Demonstration Club met at the Armorel School cafeteria for their monthly social meeting. Hostesses for the affair wera'.the "blues", who lost in a recent membership drive contest. • The pot luck dinner was served at a long table covered with a white cloth -centered with an aUrncliv arrangement of mixed Spring flo\v- trs.l ."• :• •; . Fallowing Iht dinner,.Mrs. W. 1,. Smith assisted by Mrs. N. C. Patterson conducted the recreational program. In the contests conducted prizes were won by Mrs. R. W. Nichols, Mrs. Annie Adams, Ted Faught and Mrs. N. K. Dallas. Guests for the affair were husbands of the club members and Mr. ad Mrs. R. W. Nichols, tnd Mrs. James Parish, Mrs. Tros Graham. Mrs. Mildred Frank Buck Germany. Miss Kinley Becomes Bride of Russell Bunch / Mis* Bethel Kinley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Kinley of Holland, Mo., became the bride of Russell Bunch, son of Mrs. starling Bunch and the late Mr. Bunch of Yarbro In a ceremony ftolemnlzed Saturday Mar. 19, at 8:30 p. m. at the home of the Rev. Ray L. McLester, pastor of the Yarbro Methodist Church, The Rev. Mr. MeLester officiated at the double ring ceremony in the presence of tnllniaU friends and relative) of the couple. The bride, wore a smart grey suit with matching grey accessories. Her small hat was fashioned of grey felt trimmed In Ihe palest pink flowers and a grey veil. She pinned a corsage of pink and white carnations at hef shoulder. Miss Kathyrn Thompson served as maid of honor. Her wine suit was complimented wilh a corsage of white carnations and her accessories were in black. Wesley Gilchell served Mr. Bunch as best rjinn. Mrs. Bunch, mother of Ihe bridegroom, wore an aqua dress with a corsage of pink coruntlons and Mrs. Kinley, mother of the brine, wore a black dress and » shoulder corsage of pink carnations. Mrs. Bunch was graduated from Holland High School and IK now employed at the United Insurance Agency here. Mr. Bunch graduated from Holland High School and served with the Army during World War II. He In now engaged In farming nl Yarbro where they will make their home. Mrs. Saliba to Present Students in a Recital Mrs. Eddie Snllba will present her students in a recital of singing, dancing, expression and popular piano tonight, at 7:30, at the high school auditorium. This is Mrs. Saliba's lirsl recllal since moving .o Blytheville about a year ago Tom Wlchltn Falls, Tex., where she ind hcr own studio for a number of years. After the recital, new classes will not begin until Sep- .cmber. Those participating will be: Buzz Councllle. Nancy Nlcol, Sclwyn Greer, Janet Young, Jenny Wren McCalln. Cnrlcne Lay. Johuna Claire Wilson. Joy Skaller, Lana Kay Tnwles, Mary Gay Nelson, Sarah Blakemore, Frances Ann Logan, Pamela Oralton, Lucille Harpole, Sandra Kay Saliba. Betty Gunn, Jane Terry. Annette Applebaum. Susan Smith. Frankle Johns, Cecelia Henderson, Gene diaries Gra- hnm, Ronnie Fayc Etchlcson, Mary Jane Drokc, Snnrirn Moore, Florence Ambrose, Ethel Jean Wyatt, Johnny McDowell and Connie Crawford. Mary Ttirvcr Stevenson. Jnnocl Smith. Sarah Lou BoyeUj. Don Byrd, Jimmy Boyd. Marsha Blackard, Molly Jo Beasley, Susan Huff- innn, Mary Jnnc seymore, Carroll Blakemore, Mary Grace, Lon-ry. Pat WillinRhanij Bnth Johnson, George Ann Byrd, Phillls LaPlanl. Kny LaFerney. Kay Blacksrd, Carmen Gary, Mary Louise Scrape, Virginia Frailer. Harriet Applebaum. Dora Bcrnlce Wylle, Eva Lee Graves, Dorris Slonc. Jean Mnrtln and Barbara Jean Snliba. . Bits of News Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Singing, dancing, pi a no and expression atudent« of Mrt, Eddlo Saliba will present a recital at the Blytheville High School Auditorium at 7:30 pjn. Mrs. R. A. Gary and daughter, Carmen, Mr».' Marshall Blackard and daughters and Mrs. Fred Brae- kin visited relatives In Paragould yesterday. Mls« France* Shouse, daughter of Mr. and Mra. J. W- Shouse, has been elected Rush Chairman of Delta Gamma Sorority at the University of Arkansas. Fayettevllle, where she Is a sophomore. Bill Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Marlon Williams, has been I initiated Into the Omega Omega Chapter of 1 Sigma chl Fraternity, at the University of Arkansas where he if a freshman. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dodd of Jonesboro, spent Ihe weekend here as guest of Mrs. Dotid's parents. Mr. and Mis. W. O Reeve*. Mr. Dcidri Is a student at Arkansas State College In Jouesboro. Mr. and Mrs. K H. Brown and daughter, Roberta 'spent the weekend in Searcy, Ark., as guests of his mother. Mrs. Fl. S, Brown. Bryant Stewart, who Is a student at Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, .spent the weekend here as guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B F. Stewart and his .sister. Miss Polly Slewart. Mr. and Mm. R. A. Gary and oaufihlcr, Carmen, accompanied by W. L. cralton are in Little Hock lortay attending Iht funeral of Mr. Gary's brother, F. W. Cary. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Robinson of Corning, ArTt. spent Ihe weekend here as guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Fioft- man Robinson and Mrs. Edwin Robinson. Mrs. Snm Coble. Mrs. John Moran and Mrs. Dtivld S. Laney spent the week In Brooklmven. Miss., us guests of Miss Jo Ann Laney, student at Whltmore College for Girls. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Jones of Baltimore, Mci., are the parents of I a daughter born Sunday, March 21.' She has not been named. Mrs. Jones I is the former Miss Clementine i Bowen of Osccoln. Billy Shlppen, student at Georgia Tech, Atlanta, G«., arrived Friday lor a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Shippen, for the holidays. Miss Betsy Covington returner! to Vnnderblu, University, Nashville, yesterday after spending several days as guest of her mother. Mrs. Myron Nallltng and Mr. Nallllng. Condition of Mayor Ben. F. Butler, who'1.1 a patient in the Methodist Hospital In Memphis, is satisfactory. Snow Wilson III nnd Frank Williams Jr., will arrive Wednesday froni Western' Military Academy. Alton. III., to spend the Easier holi- cin>s with their parents, Mrs. R. J. Glllcspte and Mr. and Mrs, Frank \yllllams. Miss Jane Adams arrived yesterday to visit her mother, Mrs. George Adams and grandmother, Mrs. John White for Ihe pre-Enstcr holidays. Miss Adams Is a student In Stewart Hall, Stanton, Va, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Sullivan are the parents of a son born March 12. He hns been named Ronald Ed- wnrd. Mrs. Sullivan is the former Miss Dorothy Camp of Osceola. J. A. Wroten was removed from Campbell's Clinic to the Baptist Hospital in Memphis yesterday, where he will undergo a major operation today. His wife and daughter, Mrs. Margaret Russell are there with him. His condition Is satisfactory. Mrs. M. T. Moon Is visiting her chler Mrs. Rock. Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Uialcs have Mrt. Coleman stevenu entertaining members of La Neuve Club. Til-Town Bridge Club being entertained at Ihe home of Mrs. Gene Teaford. Wednesday Chapter D, P.E.O. Sisterhood meelini! with Mrs. B. A, Lynch and Mrs. Robert A. Porter. B. H. I. M, club being entertained at the home of Mrs. Paul Chambers. Town and Country Club meeting at the home of Mrs. o. W. ifc- Culchen. Wednesday Bridge Club being en- terlalned at the home of Mrs. Monroe Craln. Avalon Bunco Club meeting at the home'of Mrs, Raymond Shamlin. . . Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Ph! having Informal "Rash Party" at the home of Mrs. R. B. Purvis at 3;00 p.m. The Lange and Central Parent Teachers Association will meet Wednesday afternoon, 3:30, in the auditorium at Lange School, for its final lesson and sliidy course. An Interesting program ha,s been planned. Thursday Mrs. Byron Morse entertaining members of the Thursday Luncheon Club. Jolly Eight Club members being entertained at the home of Mrs. Nevlll Blakemore. Thursday Contract Club meeting at the home nf Mrs. E. R. Lancashire. . 'Club Eight meeting svt the home of Mrs. Jesse M. While. Civic Calendar Monday Junior Chamber of Commerce Board of Director* meeting— 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Lions Club — 12:15 p.m. American Legion— 8:00 p.m. Wednesday Kiwanis Club— 12:10 p.m. Thursday Rotary Club— 12:10 p.m. Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors— 2:30 p.m. pilal there. Hnrry Camp was In Memphis ycB- Icrday to visit J. A. Wroten, who Is a patient at the Memphis Baptist Hospital. Mrs. Cecil Wroten is in Detroit Mich., where she will attend to business for several days. Miss Jerry Gallics, who is In nurses training at the Memphis Methodist Hospital, spent the weekend here visiting friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Clair .Miller and sons. Billy and Buddy, were in Memphis over the weekend. They went especially to be with J. A. Wroten, who Is a patient at the Baptist Hospital there. N Youngster$ Stage Own Parade The youKf stroller below i* decked out for Easter i* a, lold- cctorcd wMlen *nit %hlch b«« * checked jacket a>d tared skirt. Funeral Services for Mrs. Alice Rlddlck, -is, of Memphis, sister of L. E. Rlggins of Blytheville, were conducted In Murray City, Tenn., Saturday with burial In the family cemetery there. Mrs. Rlcidick died Friday in Ihe St. Josephs Hospital in Memphis following a heart attack. In addition to Mr. Rlggins she is survived by three sons, one daughter, and another brother. Jon Christopher above, models a col- nrful ensemble for Kasttr of bright pUid wavliablc flannel. Kton jacket >ai cuffs that Z.-J uufvlil as arms grow. K-£ fly EP.SIK KIN A HI) ,\i:A Fashion Editor NEW YORK—fNEA)- Champion of the forgotten little man of fashion Hilj Easter Is designer Merry Hull. This famed creator of the re\/i- lutionary free-fingered glove has designed new fashions just, as' radical for little guys of four years } old and (town. The result is apt to j draw sighs from every gjr) In the block. Merry Hull turned her talents to small-fry duds to answer.what she calls a crying need for more functional, better-styled clothes for her own son. aged three and a half. She came up wilh shirts, trousers, jackets, and coats which are interchangeable, ingeniously devised to match Iclling-oul length wilh bcan- stnlk growth, and dashing enough to make mom's eycsVllsten with pride. Then Merry Hull showed off her now dcsiens on son Jon Chrlsto- | pher, who is probably the U. S. A.'s slickest-looking young man Both Mils outflt.s Include "tall lro> 1-5"— high-cut pants with braces a,«l bibs that meet shirt collars. Tabs at the side of pants insure sler. walstUne lit and allow "letting out by notches. One combines bright plaid, washable flannel trousers with a matching Eton jacket which has cuffs that untold as arms grow. Under- neith Is a "magic shirt" of white cotton which backs up lt» name with these attributes:- epaulette shoulders, designed to prevent "tall , trousRi-" braces from losing their grip; pleated seams which a sr.Ip of the scissors can open to enlarge the shirt and lengthen the sleeves. The other outfit has navy blue wool- 1 interlined i Print neckerchief anil jaunty felt beret add dash to Jon's suit ol navy bine cotton t-or- duruy trousers and ; wool-lmeti beige jack•^ el. albo in corduroy. beige corduroy "majs Demonstrafj'on C/ub Meets With Mrs. Donne/ The Shady Grove Home Demonstration Club met Thursday, Mar. 18, nt the home o[ Mrs. Bill Donner with nine members and one visUor attending. .. .___ Mrs. K. S. Loveless was In charge daughter Mrs. W. F. Coolcy in Litof the business session and the program was on the subject of "Gar- denlng." Demonstration on short- returned from a week's vacation in cuts to sewing was given by Miss- Hnt Springs. Gertrude Bond, home demonstra- Mr - nnti Mrs, L. E. Riggins hnvc lion ngenl. relumed home after attending fu- Jo Alice McGuii-e'Is Honored on Birthday Jo Alice McGwire was honored on , her 13lh birthday Friday night when her mother, Mrs. Gene McGuire, entertained wilh a party at their home. Twenty four guests attended. The dining table, at which as- •orted party foods were served, was covered with a white linen cloth and centered with e novel Easter arrangement, flanked by green tapers burning In crystal holders. Jonquils and other Spring flowers were used In the entertaining rooms of the borne. After the gilts were opened, games ind contests were played with Ann Hyndman and Donald Gentry winning prizes. Mrs. McGuire was assisted In Plans for a booth at the county neral services Saturday In Mem,fair were discussed and also other nnls of ilr - Rlgglns' sister, Mrs. Interesting topics were brought up. AllcQ Rlddick. Following the meeting, refreshments R L - Dedman Is able to be up aft- wcre served by the hostess assisted Pr navl "B been confined to his home by Mrs. Alonzo Fleeman. for llle P ast 'wo weeks wilh pneumonia. Mlss Rachel Galncs Is in Muskc- ' Okla " lo >* wlth hcr *™"- Mre- Jack Flaharty, who is ill at a hos- Pretty as a Picture! Spring Green by Mode Art IViUFrMjiniWintm mmnunm CtBfCOLDS , i« of cold, wonderful, MUSTEROIF JiMiUMuH.**. r»- it . WHHI THE SMARTER CASUAL" In tiircc licijht pro- porrions for each jze from 10 to 20. $16.95 rofi,' ainip/e r/os,<ir of Toflra intlR il.< 'i?nl/ipr contour fjeft nnj bodice tlelniling, girp it lhal srnarl look for J ot(.'n nn<? Coiinlry. MISS WHITSITT'S SHOP See Wnot'j New' at Whitsitt'i Yippee! Its crispy' What a larrjol Corn-Soya makes at Ihs breakfast table! The kids dio in . . . and IOVB it. This temptinfl, tasty downright doiicious coreal is really nourisli- Ino. IM ... and tha cost par sorvma, with milk and sugar, is small. Gel some today, v reakfast FLAVOR - NOURISHMENT of Blytheville Man Dies in Easter Lillies And Pot Plants Buy Yours Where Thty Grow . , , Our lillies and plants have been grown in our own greenhouses. Select yours now and let us deliver it for you Easier ... • Hydrangeas • Calla Liliies • Begonias • Geraniums • Primroses • Kalanchoes Gloxinias African Violet's Valley LiUies Cyclamen Hyacinths Mixed Boxes Flowers Delivered Anywhere Greenhouse and Shop DAVIS AT FRANKLIN PHONE 549 HEATON'S FLOWERS HOME OF Nebraska ha« n legal holidays. ter' Jacket with let-down cuffs, and such dashing accessories as a print, neckerchief and a felt b»ret. " JL Little girls, however, need not wT* out-done by Pram Row's Beau Bnnnmels. They can be togged out for Eaj- ler in some pretty snappy "ne» look" fashions; such as a gold- colored woolen suit designed for litlle girls from three to sfot." H nan a swirling: gored skirt of gold-colored worsted. U.nped by a saucy little Victorian-styled jacket of sold and biown-ehecked woolen with notched details and a double- breasted closing. Relief At Last ForYourCough Creomulsion relieves promptly because It goes right 10 the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, Inflamed bronchial mucous mem- bI J n «s.Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the un- derslanding you must like the way it quickly allays the cough or you arc to have your money back CREOMULSION for Couchj.Ciie^ Colds, Bronchitii Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:15 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. ' Last Time Today ' Kiss of Death with Victor ^Iniurr and Brian Dnntevy Continuous Showing Every Day Tuesday and. Wednesday Pirates of Monterey ? with Maria Mnhinz and Rod Cameron Selected Short Suh'crta Box Office Opens 6:30 Show Starts 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. & Sun. Bargain Nighl Kvi-ry Night Except Saturday N« p.iiics honored on Sundar at Hoxy Theatre Last Time Today Heartbeat m with Ginger Bojcm ** and .lean Pierre Aumnnt Fox New* and Selec>'«it Short Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATU.RK A UNIVMSAl nCnJK ^ THOMAS GOMEZ • GALE SONOfRCMRO R»Y COLUNS • ERNES! TRUE* «(W,t IXM.EN2 • lESOMt COWAN « '*

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