The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 24, 1948 · Page 4
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BLTTHEVTLLB <ARK.) % COUJUEft NBW1 ocie ety 9 • Phoiw 4461 alvary W. M. U. Meet. ' or Regular Program / Th« Wom«n'« Miulontry Union ! the C*lv»ry BiptUt Church met Monday In circle group* for r*g- l»r profrtm mectlnf. .' Mr«. R, X. Smothers w«« hostess o Circle On» member* »nd two lers, Mn. Obl« jKckson and dtsc Helen Hodge. The opening prayer was given by Mrs. Lelund Hodge, after which Mrs. S. D. Meet, president, presided during the UAlnes* sc.slon, Th,e Bible study was taken from the 14th and 15th haplers of Acts and w«s given In he form of a round table discuss- on. Circle Two m«l In the home of «Irs. Henry McCnin. The Bible .duly was taken 'from the 10th and 1th chapters of Proverbi. Mis* Mary Tucker Moore U Wed To Ernest Neve* ibi. Dudley'O. Moor* today an : •ounce* the marrix* of, her diugh- kcr, MlM Mary Tucker Moor* to Er- of»t E, Kevw, aon of Mr. and Mn. Edmon Neve* of Newport, R. I. Th« marrtag* was solemnized Sunday, Sept. 28, at the First Melh- »dlst Church In Hernando, Miss,, with the Rev. C. E. Wesson offt- eUUnf. H tiift Elizabeth Caslleberry of Lake Cormorant, Mlu., who wai the roomnut* of the bride, wai their enljr attendant. N Mn. Neves was graduated from Blytheville High School and Is a graduate nurse from the Baptist Memorial Hospital -in Memphis wher* sh>-will receive her diploma Ma; < at graduation exercises thert. • . Mr. Neve* graduated from Rogers High School In Newport, and served three y«ar> with the Army Air rorc«« during World War II. He will Miter R. C. A. Institute In Nctt York in May. They are making their home here tt 123 8, First St. until Mr. Neves enters school. • * • Baptist Circles Meet In forties For Program .Th* .Women's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church met In •Circle groups Monday. Circle One met at the home o Mrs. C. S. Lemons with Miss Cordelia Wilhlte as hostess, Nine members and one visitor, Mrs. John F Duncan of Moutaln View, Mo., attended. Mrs. Lemons led the stud) and Mrs. O. L, McWaleri and M« }>mona offered prayers. Mn. .Ted King »'as hostess at he: home to members of Circle Two Kght members attended. Mrs. Charles Ray Netvcomb gave Die opening prayer and the devotional was given by Mrs. E. E. Stevens. Mrs. E. P. Hardln gave tha closing prayer and Mrs. Newcomb gave the lesson ijtudy. : Circle Three met at the home of Mr*, IJoyd stlclcinon with 15 members present. Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer gave the opening prayer and Mrs. H. H. Brooks led the lesson study. Mrs. E. C. Brown closed the meet- Ing with prnyer. Mrs. W. = J. Wunderllch was hostess at her home to Circle Four - with eight members attending. Mrs. 1 Roy Head gave the opening prayer -and Mrs. Alvin Huffman Jr., pre- unted the lesson. : Circle Five met at the home of • Mrs. CharleVPenn with eight mem- <bers and-one new membery^Irs..W. R, Oenning attending. Mrs. J. W. Portlock gave the opening prayer and Mrs; :Penn gave the lesson. Mrs^Dbn Kale> was hostess ,at her hfene to membeis of Circle Sii.^Tsvelve members and one vls- ';ltor;Mrs. Bert Ross Jr., attended the meeting Mis M C Outlaw gave tha opfrrtirig prayer and the devotional i»M "given by Mn W W. Watson. JMrf, C M Smart taught the les«on and th« closing prayer wu giv- ;«n'by.Mr». W. Marlon William*,. Young Peoplo Meet !At Methodist Church v The Young People o( the First [Methodist Church h»d a pot-luci jiupper and play practice last night »t th« church Th« table at which tht nipper jwa* served, wu covered with a twhit* cloth and centered with an ' attractive boliquet ot yellow jon- ,ls, flanked by yellow tapers j burning In crystal candelabra. Following lupper, final prepara- i Moris were made lor the program (which will be given Friday night ;ln observance of Good Friday,'aiul o r -|the play that Is to be J Sunday night at the church. I Games were played following tha | rehearsals, tfitt Mary Ellen Hill » I play director. Dinner Party Is Given Honoring Frank L. Webb Honoring their father, Frank L, Webb, who observed his sevcuty- fifth birthday Sunday, hl« daugli- Bits of News WEDNESDAY, MARCH 84, 1948 'Easter Bonnet' for Power Stations ters, Mrs. Floyd Hargctt and Mrs Aaron peltprson entertained with dinner party tnat day at the home of the latter on North Madison. Sixteen members of Mr. Webb's family were present for the birthday dinner, and later In the afternoon other members of the family dropped by to extend their best wishes to the guest of honor, who was showered with gifts. A large birthday cake was used a* a centerpiece for the dlnlnp, table and bouquets 6! gladoli and bright yellow Jonquils decorated tcrtalnlng rooms of the Peterson home. We the Women By Rirth MIIM* NEA Staff Writer K you w«nti to be a welcome ;ue«t tn tb« home' of a son-in-law DC-NT: . Tell your daughter In front of ier husband pvw successful the """ •*•• •"••"' marry haj turned you think working entirely aughter dissatisfied life shi la leading. Mrs. Teaford Is Hostess 'To Bridge Club, Guest Mrs. acne Ycaford was hostess yesterday to members of the Trl- Town Bridge Club and one guest, Mrs. Joe Monroe of Osccoln, when she entertained at her home near Luxora. During 0) bridge games, Mrs. James Ouard won high .wore and Mrs. nussoll Hnynea Farr, second high. F.ntPitnlnlns rooms of the home wore attractively decorated with jonquils, forsythla and other Spring Mowers. The hostess served a dessert course. Miss Virginia Swearengen nnd Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Swearengcn Jr., will arrive home tomorrow from Fayetteville, .where Miss Swearen- gcn and Mr, Swcarengeu are students »t the University. They will visll their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Swearengen Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Peterson, over the Easier holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stovall of Fay- eltevi!!*, will arrive here tomorrow to spend tne Easter holidays licre with Mr. Stovall's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stovall. Condition of C. W. Ramey, who was dismissed Irom Memphis Hap- ! list Hospiinl Monday, where he had undergone a major operation several weeks ago, Is satisfactory. Maureen Norri-s, who Is a student at St. Cecilia Academy, Nashville, will arrive home tonight to I spent! the Easter holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P. No iris. • Among those who nrc in Memphis to attend the opera, "Song of Norway" nt Ellis Auditorium tonight me Drs. Carl and lldim Nies and Mr. and Mrs. Mnrlon Williams. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Lancashire have as their guest. Mrs. E. L. McClure of Oak Park. 111. The Rev. and Mrs, P. H. Jernlgan nee spending several days In Memphis, where the Rev. Mr. Jernlgan will undergo a check-up at the Baptist Hospital. Mrs. Elizabeth Howeii and daughter. Nettle of Paragould. Ark., spent the weekend here as guests of her sister. Mrs. M. J. Srlte. I of flll , jonesboro Community con- Miss Matige Vastblmler was ad-1 CC |. t Assaclnlion milled to Walls Hospital ycster-1 T i )c program bv the vlolini.it. day where she underwent a ton- | wnlch wll] be pr e scn tcd in the : sllcctomy. Her condition is satis- | Arkansas State college auditorium, tac tory. [ i, t hc third lu the scries of trim- Mr, and Mrs. Jessce Stilt spent; C0 , lccl .t 5 to be prcsenlcd this sea- Those are porcelain Insulators Margaret Piper is watching being made at the Weslinghouse Electric Corporalion's Ucrry, Pa., plant. They're destined for electric power slalions. Kach weighs 15 pounds, loo heavy for milady's fair head. The workman "paint*" a glue-like band on Hie insulators, so sand will slick to them. i Music Lovers to Attend i Concert in Jonesfaoro Boy Scout Meeting Held At Christian Church man ihe dldn out to be. Tell your j«fi-in-law your daughter oo hard. your with the kind i loo/ing Firm Employ** 3n Strike at Camdtn CAMDt»f, Ark., March M. (UP) —Some 1» tmployet* of the Wll- lam« Roofing company at Whit« City, near here remained on strike /oday ax tha plant remained idle. The men, members of an AF ol b ffillate, left their Johvi yesterday. Union demands include a check- vote membership system, higher wage* and paid vacations. kbjl flic AlllhA V4 1HV Oltm IO le*alll£. Jump to you- daughter's defense If her husband criticizes something ih« doe*. j Encourage sour daughUr. to go down town ari spend mor* money han ih« cafi afford on clothes simply becauic you alwayi taw to It that she had everything she wanted when she was at home. Buy your ditighter tomtlhing expensive that her husband has been promising to buy her aa soon as he can manage. I Br the BOM Show your/disapproval when your grandbhildre* are disciplined by their father.! BOM yourf daughter around tha way you dM when she was under your own roof. Gossip oonstantiy with your daughter about people and things in which your son-in-law has interejt, leaving him feeling thst Firemen Make-Run Fireman answer:d a call to 401 East Davia early last night when an oil stove became overheated. No flr« re<ulted and no damage was done. ANNOUNCEM2HT The pre-Easter services scheduled ' to b« conducted by Ihe Blytheville I Council of Church Women Friday ' will not be held due to the inability to get the film for the picture that was to have Been presented. This announcement was made by Mrs. J. C, Ellis, president of tha Council. The Beginners Department of the First Baptist Church will have an Easter egg hunt at the church at 2:30 p.m., Saturday. there are Just too many women around the house. Wonder about the soundness of your son-in-law's business judgment. Ark-Mo Employes Meet For Two Day Convention A number of Blytheville people attended the minimi two day con- veiHIon of Arkansas-Missouri Power Company cashiers and other employees, Monday and Tuesday at Hie Jefferson Hotel in St. Louis Purpose-of the meeting Is to.give needed Information and Instruction! to CRshlers. . Following th« flrs^day's meeting, a.banquet was held with Mrs. James Hill Jr., of Blytheville, as principal speaker. Arthur White of Ironton, Mo., served as toast ma.iter. Those attending were. Jo« Hr.gh- ej, Mr. end Airs. JaniM Hill Jr., Charles Ray Newcomb. Mrs, Bill McGaughey, Bill Austin, Glenn I,add, Harmon Tayler. Jim Davis, C. B. Kettinger, Charles Moore, E. B. Thomas. Mrs. Harry Wright, James Ncbhut, Bernard Jnggers, Mrs. Bculah B. Lloyd, Miss Nan Button, Jess Davis, Glenn Johnson, Mrs. Josephine Hall. Mrs. Bill Hodge, and Jimmy Richardson. Life Underwriters to Have "Ladies Night" Banquet The Life Underwriters Association ot Blytheville will have their annual "Ladles Night Banquet", at given ] the Hotel Noble Friday night In the ' Mirror Room. This'announcement was made today by J. A. Bryant of the American United Life. Mrs., Stevens Entertains I La Nueve Bridge Club *<r«, Coleman S. Stevens wan hos- ] ttM lut night at her home to mem- )bers of L* Nueve Bridge Club. IXjring th« evening when bridge < gameai were plaved. Mrs. Ben Mac Whit* won high and ' Mlsa Mary i Adah Robinson won second. Entertaining rooms of the home | held attractive arrangement* of ! jonquils and forsythla. Thft. hoetess served a dessert , oours*. • • • At The Hospitals Blytherllle Hospital Newi ;• Dismissed: Wllliara Chester, city. Walls Hospital ;; Dismissed: Junior Sweet, Manila. Mrs. J. W. BaggweU, city. • Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe, city. Mrs. H. C. Porter, city. Mrs. Bandy Grlssum, Haytl, Mo. Fellowship Meeting He/c At Pentecostal Church Th« Rev. T. L. Lewis of B'lythe- vllle, pastor of the Caruthersvllli Pentecoslal Church, conducted i fellowship meeting nt the Church Sunday, followed by a dinner. Members and friends from Blytheville and other communities in that vicinity attended. the weekend In Hot Springs. Condition of Mrs. Era Harper, who has been n pallent at Blytheville Hospital for the past week, Is Improved, i James England went to Memphis yesterday to accompany home Mrs. J. C. Hnrnlsh, who has been a patient at Hie Baptist tlaspllal for three weeks. Her condition Is much Improved Her daughter, Miss Marie Harnish, was there with her. David Sylvester, son of Mr. and Mr.s. Halelph Sylvester, has been Initialed into Gamma Delta Chapter of Si'sma CM Fraternity nt Oklahoma A. and M., SliUwatcr. where he Is ft member of the junior class. Miss Nell Harris. Miss Eunice Brogdcn. Miss Polly Wilson. Miss Mabel Hognn. Miss Lucy White and Mrs. Frank Grlsby spent the weekend in Hot Sprlnss. i Mrs. cleo Bradley Is 111 at her , lome on Vine Street. | Miss jo Ann Shanks, Miss Mae Beth Rogers, Miss Blllle SUE Burks and Miss Nancy Partlow, students at Texas Stale college for Women, ! Denton, will arrive home tomorrow ' nipht to spend the Easter holidays lere with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shanks, Mr. and Mr.s. F. A. Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Burks and Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Partlow B. F. Betlerlon of Richmond. Calif, !s vtslllng his niece, Mrs. S. L. McNalr of New Liberty for several dnys. He will go from here to Sikejtoti. Mo., where he will visit ( another niece. Mrs. B. L. Bntchelor,! before returning to hts home. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hughes and Mr. and Mrs. Elton Kirby were in Memphis last night to attend the opera. "Song of Norway 1 ' nt Ellis Auditorium. Condition of Mrs. E. J. Heaton, who underwent a major operation yesterday at the Baptist Hospital in Memphis, Is satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. J. Louis Cherry have as their guest for the Ea.stcr holidays, her sister. Mrs. Milton Caven of Little Rock. Several Blytheville music lovers ' Troop 38 of the Blytheville Boy are planning to attend tonight's Scouts met Monday night at 'the concert In Jonesboro by Paul Ma-. First Christian Church afTl:30. kovsky, violinist who wa.s uorn lii ; D. A. Blodgett. scout master, su- Swc-dcn of Russian parents, it was ! pcrviseil Ihe meeting and announc- anuouncecl loday by Mrs. Farmer ! ed that next Monday night he will England, Blytheville representative: take the troop through the Swift Oil Mill here and show them first hand, the cotton industry of the South. J. Cecil Lowe, r-halrman of the troop committee and the Rev. Lester Strnbhar pastor of the church were present. son by the a.ssociatinn. Burdette School Ballot Results Are Announced Official returns from one school district In Mississippi County from Saturday's nnniial school election was certified today by John Mayes, county school supervisor. Read Courier News Want Adj At Burdctte Chris Tompklns was heard from. re-elected to a five-year term as a director. He was un-opposed. Burdette voters also approved the continuation of the 18-mlll advalorem tax for schools. This brings the total to 22 districts which have filed complete returns with only eight remaining = to be Make Easter A Joyous Occasion! Surprise each member of the family with an Easter Present from out brilliant array of Gifts. The GIFT SHOP Blytheville, Arkansas STUNT NIGHT High School Auditorium Friday Night — 8 p. m. Sponsored by Blytheville Jayceettes Advance Tickets Available by Contacting Any Member of the Jayceettes Continuous Shows Every f)ay Box Office" Opens 1:15 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:3(1 p.m. Last Time Today Pirates of Monterey with [Maria Monte: and Rod Cameron Selected Short Subjects Coniinuoua Showing Everyday Enjoy the Finest in Food at these new REDUCED piCES Plate Lunch 50c Regular Dinner : 85c Still the Same High Quality Food! 60FF HOTEL COFFEE SHOP Easter Thursday & Friday Paramount News and Shorts Continuous Showing Every I>ay NERVOUS crank? 'every month 1 ? Ar» 7011 troubled by ril»tre«a of femnle functionnl periodic dlsturb- fiiices? Docs this make you feel *o tlretl. hlch-slning, nrrroiu — nt such times? Then co try tydla E. Pink- h*m'i Vegetxble Compoxuid to reUcv* *uch 8ymptotn«l PiuXliRm> Compound U mn.de «p«cfajly for It Also hfta u-hst Doctor* stomachic tonic tfttctl Any rt E. 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Learn bow easily you can own nit Orchids Lilies Roses Gardenias Cymbidiums Cyprepidiums Bird of Paradise \ Carnations and Camellias PHONE YOUR ORDER TODAY -549- Mrs. Flaming of Memphis will be with us again to make you a corsag* "just perfect" for your costumel COMING SOON TO THE RITZ ARNELI.O AFFAIR with John Hn- diak «: Frances GifTord FOXES OF HARROW with Rex Harrison & Maureen O'Hara THE XINSUSrECTEU with CIaud« Raines A Joan Caulfield HIGH WAI.T, with Robert Taylor and Audrey Totter THUNDER IN THE VALLEY with Peggy Ann Garner and Lon McCalHster. " ' Easier Lilies STORE Phone 50? Stl Illustrated ?75.00 Tay I'al Payday Pat O'Bryant Jeweler Main at 2nd rhone 3261 'Pay Pat Payday" PAT O'BRYANT Jeweler Jlain at Second Phone 3261 HYDRANGEAS VIOLETS GLOXINIAS VALLEY1IL1ES BEGONIAS PRIMROSES MIXED BOXES CROWN OF THORNS YELLOW CALLA LILIES Flowers Wired Anywhere PLACE Your Order EARLY! Bu\ Oflice Opens 6:30 Show Starts 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:13 Continuous Shows Sat. A Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday No passes honorcil on Sunday at Roxy Theatrb Last Time Today DOUKLE FEATURE Of Human Bondage with Paul HenreM and Eleanor r.irker Night in Paradise «llh. Jlrrle Oberon « Turhan Be» HEATON'S HOME OF FLOWERS Greenhouses and Shop Davit at Franklin Thursday & Friday PAl LFTTK GODDARl) R( R(ir:SS MFKFIMTH IIIRH H \THHh FR \NflS I.KDFRKR F«r*muant Aews and

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