The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 5, 1948 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 5, 1948
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FOOT BLYTHirVILLB (AUK.)' COURIER KIWI MONDAT, APKTL 8, 1948 Important Import for. Little Girls Phone 4461 Wedding Plans Announced By Miss Camille Robinson MlM Mirth* Camtllt Robiiuon oil BlythevUle, daughter of Mr. and Mm. Sunuel Barnett Robln»on o! Xiibertf, MiM., today mule koovn plans , lor h«r »arri»«« to John Wiley Jane* of Pwssould, *on o! the. late Mr. and Wn. W, R Jonec of Paragould. The slnjle rinj: ctmpony will be •olemnlzed, Friday, -April- 23, it 10:00 a.m. at the • First Baptist Church Jxre, with the -Her.' X. O. Browne '»•»»«•' otficiating NuptiaJ muale wltt be. presented by Mrs. O.'M. Smart, organist and Miss Jane'ilcAdams. vocalist. The bride-elect will be given in xnarrlage by her father. Her sister, Mrs. Charles Leighton Bal«ofLJb- «riy,.Ml5s,, will serve<.» matron of honor, , Marian Trice of Paragould, will aerve Mr. Jones as best man. Ushepj Trill be Maurice Cathey and Clarence Wilbourn, both of Parngould. Following the wedding a reception will be held at the home of Mr, •rid Mrs.' Floyd A. White. Mrs. White'l> the sister of Mr. Jones. Dessert Bridge Is Given Honoring Mrs. Langslon Mrs. Cleo Lansslon, who is lea 1 ,' ing soon for Medidian, Miss., to make h»r home, was complimented Friday afternoon when her daughters, Mrs. Cecil Wroten, Mrs. G. O. Poet?, and Mrs. Charles Langston entertained with a oe.vierl, bridge. The Mirror Room of Hotel Noble was the setting Tor the affair, attended by 68 guests, including Mrs. J. W. Robbins of Stcele, Mo. Large bouquets of dogwood, pear blo&somi, japonica and spiraea were + * Fashions** Double-dill) «lll Is th< rullon mauve shown alwve as pictured in the April Issue of Good fioufie. keepiniu; magazine. Wear the fmit Irarellinx: then 4«par*U it. mil » ilh liRhl topi, dark skirls. Green and blur. Sites la in IS: about J],1. A.iHcKettricJi Classic. C,*\fj & Lord iridiscent cotton pin-checlL State College Choir To Perform in Missco The first of a serlM of trips for th'c Arkansas Slate College Choir will come on April 8 when the singers will make four appearances In high schools in Mississippi County The forty voice organization, under the direction of Dr. H. C. Manor, will present a program of nine num- Bits of News Mn. John 8. O'ricll and son, Sandy, of Los Angeles, Calif., have arrived to spend a month's vacation with her parents, Mr and Mrs. W. H. Walker. Mrs. O'de'll Is Die former Miss Dorothy Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan VanPatten and her mother, Mrs. W. B. Thompson, spent the weekend in Overton, Texas, as guests of his brother, Melvln VanPatten and family. Vance Alexander of Memphis was the weekend guest ol Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips »nd Mrs. Belly Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bailey of Little Rock' are spending several clays with her mother, Mrs. D, M. Culler. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Graves and grandsons, Jimmy and Cecil Graves nllendcfl the funeral yesterday In Holland. Mo,, of E. S. Marshall, brother-in-law of C. O. Graves. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Gucrln and their' daughter, Mrs. James Terry and her daughter. Jnnle, left yes- terdny for nlloxl. <llss.. where thyc will spend a week's vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dortd of Jnncsfooro spent the weekend here as guest of Mrs. Dodd's parents, Mr. and Myi. W. O. Reeves. Bryant Stewart, student at Ar- Wwthar-WlM BOSTON. (UPJ— During a alnfle day as many a* T»,378 Boctonlans hav« dialed Forecast to learn from the telephone company what type of weather !« on tap. NEW YORK (OP)-The Board of Estimate report that the final COM, to the city of cleaning Its streets of the record 25.8. inches of snow that fell on Dec. M came to $6,405,000 This Czechoslovnkian doll was brought to America by Jo»f Suchanek, secretary-general of the Czech Junior Red Cross, Mid given to the American Junior Red Cross. Its elaborate bridal costum* . excites the admiration of Phyllis Ann Wilbur, 8, ot Fairfax, Va., and Diarie Lee Forrcsi. 6. ol Falls Church, Va. Coming Events Social Calendar MonrU.r We the Women By Ruth Mlllett Cattiness Is a characteristic a J woman attributes to other women, Motillion Club will meet at the' ncver to herself. Colonial Room ol the Hotel Noble \ Here's a little lest to help recog- i at 8:00 p.m. for a business meeting, j " izc cattincss in yourself—If there's St. Stephens Episcopal Auxiliary ! an S' there, of course. will meet with Mrs. J. D. McDowell nt her home at 8:00 p.m. Wc.sleyan Guild of First Methodist Church meeting at the churc ; i with Miss Eutopla Whitworth ns JJl Y it lib OIV WILL * p aLUUUIll> UV r\l - i i . rr in konsas State, Jonesboro. spent the) l"»te.« at 7:30 p.m. weekend here as guest of his cnts. Mr. and Mrs. B. P Stewart, j ^""' Mr. and Mrs. Edward Emrich' MJSS the arranged about the room to form j bci „' llldll()) , lg •'reliBlom. classical a colorful setting, and each hull-| nm , popular numbers, at each of their appearances. . Dr. Manor snlcl that there w!!! h» two spccially numbers on the program, a buss solo by Ralph Bench, vidual table was centered with low pottery bowl filled with flowering peach blossoms, spiraea, Jonquils and daffodils. Prlias went to Mr*. G. H. Clear for high score, to Mrs. Hugh Whit-. «Itt for second high, to Miss Mary Adah Robinson for third high, to First Baptist the home of at 7:3o p.m. and children, Joe Edward and Anita Ann, and Miss Lillle Liisk all of Memphis spent the'weekend hcrclj .with friends and relatives. were guests yesterday of Mrs. He Hires. " * Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Smith'return- ed home last night from Coving- toii. Tcnn., where the v attended When praising something' that belons-s to someone else do you tack on the phrase, "if you like thic sort of tiling?" When commenting on the youlh- j ful looks of another woman do you add. "for her age?" When your husband comments on another woman's good looks Ho you point out how much she spends for her clothes, or that she dyes llcr . lla '. r - " r " llU she ^'^ M youll? JLS snc looKs? Do you ever deliberately take Of Walnut Ridge, und a quartette. arrangement by the College Qunr- funeral services yesterday for Mrs, tette "Tlic Statesmen." . . . - - The Choir will leave the campus Mrs. B. M. Matthew* lor low, !o | B t 7:45 nnd wi n ]nnkc lls (1 ,. sl ap l Mrs. Edwin Robinson for cut, and Mrs. William.. Young for traveling. Mrs.'Langslon vore a imart suit of blue gaberdme, with an orchid corsage.iShe was presented with a Cini. jpobnston* broach by her hostesses^ ' • - . " ~ - ' ' * . .* • Miss-Mamie Maughan Is Bnde of James Hicks Mr. and . Mrs. -W. C. Maughan nt XUnilm, , today announced the marriage . of their ^daughter. Miss Mamie JBiabeth MaughajV of Para.'- pearancc at Manila High School at 9:00. Prom Manila, the organisa- tion will move on to Blythevllle for an appearance at 11:15 at that city's high achool. After lunch in Blylhe- TuMday Tri-Town Bridge Cluh being en- rrtnined at the home of Mrs. Harry N. WIntis. Mr. nnd Mrs. P. M Brooker and! La Ne » ra Club meeting at the I daughter. Linda, of Camden. Ark., lK>mR ° r Mr *- Clarence S. Webb. away another woman s pleasure In - nrl I Tuesday Bridge club being enter- • a new possession by pointing out tained at n luncheon at the home ihat it's beautiful but you're afraid of Mrs. Rlley B. Jones In Manila. '• Wednesday B. H I, M. Club being entertained at the home of Mrs. Leon Scher- Smitli's brother-ln-lntt', C. E. Caii-l c) '' Avalon Bunco club meeting at rtell and Mr. smith's brother-in-law, Ed George. Mr. nnri Mrs. John F. Arends of Charleston. Mo. are the parents of a son born Saturday, March 27 nt St. Mary's Hospital in Cairo. 111. He hnx been named John Harp. Mrs. vllle, thej- will travel to Burdette Arends is the former Miss Lucille where they will sing at 1:30, and their final engagement will be at Wilson High School at 3:00. Harp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harp ol Blythevllle. Mr. and Mrs. Harp spent Sunday afternoon nt.the hospital with Mrs. Arends. -Harry Parr, son of Mr, nnd Mrs. Russell C. Farr. has joined Chapter of Kappa the Women's Club Elects CARUTHERSVILLE Mo., April 5.—Newly elected otflcers of the i Psi Honorary Band Fraternity at the Business, and Professional Women's I University oi Arkansas in Fay«tte- Olub are Mrs. L. L. Green, presl- the home ol Mrs. Hnfikcll Blankenship. ' B. R. C. Club being entertained at the home of Mrs. G. V. Daws. Thursday Mid-Week Cluli meeting at the home of Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. Friendly Eight Club being entertained at the home ol Mrs. Jack Matheny. Club Eight meeting at the home of i\frs. Paul Jobe. iulte>James Hicks, son.of.Mr. and ; dent;.Mrs. W. A. Joplin, first vice Mrs. r Jake Hicks of Paragoul. The double ring ceremony : was •olemniMd Wednesday night. March president: Mrs. Naomi Morgan, second vice-president.; Mrs. Hugh A. TiEtadt, recording secretary; Mrs. 31, 7 o'clock,;in^he home of the Rev Harry Parrar, corresponding 'sccre . .Jeff.Rousseau, paster of the East i Bide Baptist Church. I Ths.. bride • Trore for the occasion j a smart two piece frock of Bray . gaberdine wltli black accessories. Their only attendants were the bridegroom's parents. j Mrs. Hicks graduated from Man, Da High School and Is now em- ' ployed In the office of the Dally ' Press In Paragould. . Mr. Hicks attended Greene County High School and Is a veteran ! of^hree years service with the Army 1 during World War 2 i Mr. and Mrs. Hicks will make ! their'home in Paragould. tar ary; Mrs. Raye Strotid, treasurer; nd Mrs R. B. Culver, Sr., parlla- mentarian. At The Hosoitals Mrs. Jones Entertains P. E. 0. With Luncheon Mrs. ifiley B. Jones entertained members of chapter N, P. E O, Sisterhood of Blythevllle, with a 1 o'clock luncheon Friday at her, home fn Manila. f Luncheon' was served at intilvl-! dual tables centered with small' bouquets of violets. Mixed Spring 1 flowers were arranged in the en-1 tertaining roon« of the home. Mrs. J. w. Adams jr., was In • charge of the business meeting and Mrs. Jones presented the program on the subject of "Girls Schools". , Twelve members attended. Blythevllle Dismissed: \ Norvllle Humphrey, city. Mrs. Morris Turner, Steele, Mo. Mrs. Jess Melton, city. E. B. Gee. Sr., city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. W. M. Barnes, stcelc. Mo. Mrs. William Colburn. Osceola Patricia Ann smith. Armorel. Tweedy Forsythc. lAixora. Ira Walters, city. Miss Lucille Bennett, Carnthers- vlllc, Mo. Terry Sears, Steele. Robert chandler, Osceola. Mrs. J. R. Gllmore and baby, Keiser. Miss AnUa Courtney, city. Boyrl Bailey. Osceola. Mrs - Ralph Clark, Canithersvllle, Mn ^* :s . Dovle Austin. Dell. ville. Mrs. T. C. Scarlett, who has beef, ill at her home on W. Vine for several weeks, has been moved to the liome of her daughter. Mrs. Charles McDanlel on Lake Street. Her condition Is unchanged. Mrs. Lorenc clampitt and claugh- lers. Mavis Rene and Ohma Rose Marie nf Chicago arrived yesterday to lie the overnight guests of her parents, Mr. <and Mrs. Eddie Ford They were met in Memphis-by Mr. Ford. Mrs. Clampitt and daughters, nnd Mr. Ford left today for Little Rock to attend funeval services lo" her husband. Pfc. Ohma Clampift of the Marines, who was killed in lwo Jlma during World War H They will return to Chicago Sunday. Mrs. Pearl Hires left today for Union City, Tenn., where she will spend several days as guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Dunn, Mr. Dunn and family. Harold Haynes of Fort Smith spent the weekend here as giiesi of his mother* Mrs. T. H. Hayne.s and his sister, Mrs. Russell C. Parr I and family. Mrs. Roberts Honored With Birthday Dinner Dorcas Class Meeting Held at Baptist Church Mrs. C. R. Roland-and Mrs. J. W. Wallace wore hostesses to the Dorcas Class of the First Baptist Church, with their monthly meeting and social Friday afternoon at I the church. I Mrs T. t, Cassidy cave the open- j Mrs. Dan Roberts was honored ins P rB V cr and the devotional was , ! at her home Friday night with a ; s ' v ™ V) >' Mrs - J - w - Portlock. A 1 surprise birthday dinner. Hostesses ' Sll0l ' t lalk TCRS S' vcn b - v Mrs - jM - w I lor the affair were Mrs. Ted Nun-! I ' evv ' s nml lne closing prayer was , »Hy and her daughter, sue, of Os- ' ; 13v»rv Rblc r <°M>"* 8i « & il s£r! u ^. •^«w.% h ^ (1ci sa aK 1 . °sUr h c s oC£ 1 Trip' 9 , lrict rtf ,, Walchmaklng there, nnd Mrs. Nun- l _ ^^f 115 ^ r hon ?r ugs^prcjetil- I ally's son, Ted Kimnally Jr. Thursday Lunclieot\ Club be in;; entertained at the home of Mis. Russell Phillips. Thursday'iNight Club meeting it the home ol Mrs, W. A. Siickmon. Thursday Contract Club b?ins entertained at the home of Mrs, G, E. Keck. Jolly Eight Club meeting at the home of Mrs. Harold Henson. . Friday ' Board C, B. C. Club being emertained at the home of Mrs, O- O, Elklns. Alpha Beta Bunco Club meeting i at the home of Mrs. Paul Wallace. | Friday Bridge Club members It isn't very practical? Catly Prefaces Do you olten preface your re- j marks about others with, "Perhaps ' I .shouldn't say this, but , , .," or "Personally I haven't n thilig against her but ..-?", When praising another person do you let a note of surprise in your voice hint that you really never expected the person to do so well? When another woman's charm or intellect is receiving favorable comment do you drag in the entirely irrelevant comment, "It's a pity she isn't more attractive looking?" Watch your own conversation for these remarks if you want to know whether'or not you indulge in catty comments. VALPARAISO. Ind. (UP)— Elden Kuehl, this city's new mayor, declared war on all forms of gambling. "No move bank nights at theaters," his latest order -read. Movie managers say business Is lagging. of -7:30 p.m. Board meeting at the home of Mrs. Monroe Cm In. Woman's Club having "BrinR A Dish Luncheon" at the clubhouse at I o'clock. Civic Calendar Mnntlay Junior Chamber ot Commerce, Director5 Taiiil City Election Day, Army Day Celebration. Lion's Club—12:15 p.m. Chamber of Commerce meeting—2:30 p.m. Reserve officers Association—1;3Q p.m. American Legion—8:00 p.m. Amcric?.n Legion Auxiliary—8:00 p.m. — Wednesday l Khvanls Club—13:10 p.m. Thursday Hoiar v 'Club—12:10 p.m. fi7 Years at Or^an LA PORTE, Ind. lUP)—alter playing the organ at services' in St. Peter's Catholic church for 671 years Miss Minnie Conklln has' retired. She started as orgnnlst at I the chin—'- when she vvns' M years I eld. Miss Conkllu was a first grade teacher here for more than 50 years before quitting In 1941. r A - LOOK! WHAT MOTHERS HAVE WAITED FOR Day & Night FOR CHILDREN OF ALL AGES! Heres what folks with children hsv. wanted for * long time) A responsible, «afe place to leave their children while •hopping, going to » movie or on » trip Meals »re nvallable, as well M clean, NEW oeds. NURSERY OPENS ON APRIL 4th Jwt Z!$ Block!) N«rth »f Main Str«l •« S«c*n4 Stmt CALL 2350 FOR Hour Rate Day Rate Week Rate ARTIE'S NURSERY olfcrcd by Mrs. Victoria Gilbert. Ralrcsbnient.s were served foUo g tlie meeting 1 . Don't Forget the Big BINGO PARTY Wednesday, April 7th, 8:30 p.m. AMERICAN LEGION HUT Prizes Valued Not Less Than $5 All Proceeds Will Go For Building School in . Hlylhcville Sponsored by the Ladies of the Catholic Church 313 North 2nd St. ToasSy . . . lastyl Kellogfl's Corn-Soy« is rich and refreshing. Th« r«sult of 20 of vork and Axpfirirnenl, it's just-right combination of Corn, for fl»vor and ensroy, with Soya, for bodybuilding nutrients. S«rv« Corn-Soya with milk and sugar for a good braakfast—At » small cost. Got sotna todty. REMOVAL NOTICE W« art moving our office to rhi Anthony build- ing, located of 115 North Second itreet. FIRST NATIONAL INSURANCE AGENCY Chark* BHtner Bill Wilson Phone 2311 PARTY PINAFORES Organdy and pique pinafores for little girls. Come in pink, blue, white and yellow pastels. These are just the thinp; for hot days ahead ... so cool, airy and easy (o keep clean! $2.98 up Little Girls: BED JACKETS $4.95 BASSINETTES $5.95 BASKET LINERS $5.95 TEETER BABES $5.95 See Us for Gifts! THE TOT SHOP Mrs. Maurice (Shirley) Sanders 110 South Second St. Phone 2308 Political Announcements, The Courier News has b«e(l authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to th'« general city election, April «: and the Democratic primary, July 20th and August 3rd: FOR ALDERMAN' (First War.)) Jesse M. White Han-y Taylor L. C. (Bud) Posey Jr (Second Ward) J. L,. (Jodie) Nabors FOR CITY CLERK Larry Kneas W. I. I Bill I Mttlin COUNTY TREASURER Frank Whitworth COUNT!' COURT CI.ERK Elizabeth Blvtlia FOR CORONER • E. M. HOLT ' ^ FOR COUNT* ASSESSOR Herbert T. Shippcn STATE REPRESENTATIVE Leslie N. "Dukie" Speck For County Judge Roland Green For Circuit Court Clerk Harvey Morris Sliuws Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN :00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. AT DREIFUS In Open Stock! 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