The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 10, 1948 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 10, 1948
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SATURDAY, APRIL 10.1948 JJLYTHFMLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Phone 4461 s Taschner Is Wed ' 0 John Thomas Burns Mr. and Mrs. John Wagnon announce the marriage of her sister. Miis Margaret Taschner, daughter of the Sale Mr. and Mrs. J. A, raschner, to John Thomas Burnt. The double ring ceremony was solemnized last night, 1:09 o'clock in the Rectory of the Immaculate Conception Church, with the Rev. Paul Bujarski, assistant pastor officiating in the presence of Inci- mate friends and relatives. The bride wore a smart brown crepe frock dimmed in gold and aqua. Her small hat was fashioned in gold straw and her accessories rere brown, she pinned a corsage of yellow roses at her shoulder. Mrs. Carl Bass of Lepanto, served her sister as matron of honor. Her dress was fashioned of grey crepe and her accessories were black. Her corsage was of pink carnations. " "-. Bass served Mr. Burns as best man. 1 -.lowing the ceremony, a recep- Jjpn was held at (he home of the "TPde's sutci; Mrs. J. T. Lane. The couple will return here to make their homt following a wedding trip to points of inter«it in Mississippi and Tennessee. Out of town guests who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bass, Mia Mary Lou Bass and Donald Warrington of Lepanto. Mr. and Mrs. William Donnelly of Saglnaw, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Bene Clune and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lewey of Helena, and Mrs. B. A. Meyer of Memphis. Informal Dance Given For Club 28, Guests Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Higginson, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Evrard and Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Nash were hoslj and hosteses when they entertained member* of Club 28 with an informal dance at the Legion Hut, Thursday night, 8 o'clock. The table, from which assorted party foods were served, was covered with a white cloth and centered with an attractive bouquet of Spring flowers. GuesU for the affair included Mr. and Mrs. William Lawshe, Mr. and Mrs. George Dillahunty, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vance, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Seymore, Mr. and Mrs. Max Usrey, W. M. McKejizie, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Applebaum, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stevenson. Noble Gill. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Stacy, Mr. and MM. phu, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse f. Stitt. and A. G. Anderson of Springfield, Mo., guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Johnston, • • • Mrs. Langston Honored By Bridge Club Members Mri. Cleo Langston was guest of honor yesterday when Mrs. R. C. Rose entertained members of the Town and Country Club at her Roseland home with a covered dish luncheon. Mrs. Langston was attending the club meeting for the last time, prior to moving to Meridian, Miss. Guests included Mrs. Cecil Wroten. Mrs. Charles Langston, Mrs. G. ~ -• -• — -~ • --"^-'i""'", O. Poetz and Mrs. Ann Mowilllams. honoring members of the senior I The dining room table from which class in a first of the series: or sen- the luncheon was served buffet ior activities, with a party called, "The Last Round-up." Guests, dressed In blue Jeam, checked shirts and big hats, com- First of Parties Honors Senior Class Members Members of the Senior Parent Teachers Association were hottesseg last night, at the school lunchroom, . , . Freeman Robinson. Mr. and A. Benjamin Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Bits of News Miss Joyce Damon, who U a stu- , - „.,,_ dent at Southeast Missouri State Teachirs College, Cape Girardoau, Ernest Roe. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pol- • ••—•* —— *.>•»<..•» ..m.,- lard, Mr. and Mrs. Baker Wilson | Phrcjo are spending the weekend in • -- - , r of Mem _ Memphis as guest of Jane's am.*, , , Mo,, arrived Thursday to be wltn her mother, Mrs. E. M. Damon, who is a patient at Walls Hcspltal, where she will undergo an operation. Bill Jonlz returned today to Purdue University, Lafayette, Ind , where he is a student after spending a week here as guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jonti. Mrs, B. P. Potter of Bassetl, Ark. spent yesterday here with her sister, Mrs. C. R. Collins. Miss Dorlha Bogan Is spendiiiR th* week-end hi Memphis as guest of Miss Emily Wixson and Mr. and Mrs. Russ Hodje and children. Jane Wilson and Annelia Hum- Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Women's Auxiliary of the First PicsUyteilnn Church will meet in Circle Groups, circle One will meet at the home of Mrs. R. L, Bnnlslej • Circle Two will meet with Mrs. Ross Stevens; Circle Three will meet at the home of Mrs. Bill Young at 2'3fl p.m. Circle Four will meet with Mrs. B. C. Bailey with Mrs. J. B Fisher as co-hostess at 8:00 n.m. and the Business Women's Circle will meet with Mrs, Ebb Spmdley at 8:00 p.m. ' G. E. O. Club being entertained at the home of Mrs. Henry Humphreys with Miss Ua. Rogers as hos- pleled the setting of the decorations of the room, which was ranch style, covered wagons and cactus plants were used in the room, with the tables being arrang- ~T to form ,a corral. -. A bandana, tied around a water glass was given each guest. Place- eards were made of green paper to look like a caotus plant. Charles Henderson, who was called the high sheriff, acted as master of ceremonies The "Can- Can Dancers", Jimmy Prances Clemmons and Will* Jean Daws, presented a number accompanied' by Ann Worth, accordianist. style, was covered with a lace cloth and held a striking centerpiece of violels in a low silver bowl. Bouquets of mixed Spring flowers were arranged throughout entertaining rooms of the home. During the afternoon bridge Mrs. H. P. Harwell.' E. A. Ellis returned to his home lix San Francisco, Calif., alter sever.-,l month's visit with his mother, Mrs. Bessie Taylor Ef.ton and his sister, Mrs. Jack Marsh. Mr. and Mrs. Joe) Francis arc spending ,the weekend in Ht>i Springs. Mrs. James C. Guard and daughter, Molly Eileen returned yesterday from Okblona, Miss, where they visited for several days . Mrs. R. M. Beck returned home yesterday from Miami, Fla., where the had spent the past three weeks as guejt of her daughter, Miss Leila Beck. Mrs. R. C. Rose was called to Osceola today because of the serious illness of her sister, Miss Fannie Nichols. It was expected that Miss Nichols would be admitted to a Memphis Hospital today. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Evrard and Mrs John Ed Clouse are in Memphis t,,. day where Mr. Evrard will consult his ear specialist. Mrs. Max B. Reid will leave tonight for Oklahoma city. Okla. rnoon rge •• ------------ —••• ----- . games played, prizes were won by I wner « she wil visit with her daugh- Mrs. Wroten, guest high, Mrs Clco ter ' Mlss M(l * ln e R«'d for two weeks La n whil e gone she will also visit he . , , Langston, high and Mrs. Cornelius . gone she will also visit her jja.ll got WM, Illfctl Hill] mi ft. Our IieilUS I *».«™ . .i» v • *%,!. Modinger, second high. Mrs. Langs- l^ter, Mrs. G. W. Stovall and Mr. ton Has presented a farewell gift by | stova " ln Waco. Tex. club members. • ! A. G. Anderson of Springfield, During the evening the boys quartette, composed or C- G. Redman Jr.. R. C. Allen. Jim Henry and Carrol Evans presented several cowboy sorigs. They also, accompanied Billy Sam Berryman in a number, "The Dying Cowboy." The concluding number on the program uas an impersonation given by Charles Henderson. • • • Sorority Is Honored By Miss Jane McLeod Misg Jane McLeoct wa» hostesa at her home laat night to members of the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta. Sigma Phi with a "Come A* Your Favorite Song" party. Miss Eutopia Whltworth won the prize for being dressed most like the song title she had chosen. Guests for the affair included new rushes* of the sorority. Party games nlng Mrs. Wallace Hostess To Bunco Club, Guests , Mrs. Paul Wallace was hostess j yesterday when she entertained members of the Alpha Beta Bunco Club and three guests, Mrs. W. C. Milliard, Mrs. Leon McGarrity ani Mrs. Bill Turner at her home. High score was won by Mrs. Cecil Oravei, low score, Mrs. Milliard and bunco by Mrs. E. R. Reynolds. Attractive arrangements of 'spi- raea. Japonic! and Iris were used in the entertaining rooms of the home. A dessert course WM served by the hosteaa. * * • Mrs. Phillips Hostess With Bridge Luncheon Mrs. Russell Phillips was hostess Mo, has returned to his home after spending two days here as guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. a. Johnston. Mr. Anderson, is assistant director of agricultural development of the Frisco Railroad with headquarters in Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich have as their guests for the weekend, his sister. Mrs. Harold Nelson an'd Mr. Nelson of Kansas City, Mo. Blytheville Early Birds To Fly to West Helena Members of the Blytheville Private Fliers Association will take oft from the Municipal Airport here at 9 a.m. tomorrow for West Helena, where they will join Arkansas Private Fliers Association members from Little Rock on a breakfast flight. to . It had been planned earlier to ny Rock, but plans were , changed when It was found the cap- . . Luncheon was served at the din rooms of the home attractive bonquets ot mixed .iring flowers. Refreshments of punch, cookies ix«..lca»!llc«lo (71 puncll, COOXleS hi l. and assorted party foods were serv- ln?(»'ol« centered with an arrange- ™"t ° f «« l "»PS in a crystal bowl. I the entertaining rooms of the home. During the afternoon bridge games, Mrs. C. W. Afflick won high score and Mrs. Harry Kirby, second ed. Mrs. Weeks Is Honored By Fourth Grade Pupils .Mrs. George Weeks, teacher o£ one of the fourth grade classes of Sudbury School, was honored with a surprise birthday party Wednesday afternoon at the school, by members of her class. The desk was covered with a lace cloth and centered with a two tiered birthday cake decorated with brightly burning candles. ! Before the caxe was cut, the pupils sang happy birthday to her and the fourth grade class across the hall gave the echo of the song. The pupils were assisted in serving tee cream and cake by Mrs George stllwell and Mrs. Tim Estes A gilt was presented to MM Weeks by the students. Mrs. Elkins Entertains C. B. C. Club Members Mrs. Grain Is Hostess To Bridge Club, Guests Mrs. L. E. Old and Mrs. Fred Fleeman were guests yesterday wilh members of the Friday Bridge Cluji when Mrs. Monroe Craln entertained at her home on W. Main. During the bridge games, M.-s. Toby Long won high score and Mrs, Farris McCalla, second high. Entertaining rooms of the home were decorated with attractive arrangements of tulips in various ColOTS t «•<» ntlkllMUIlrt The hostess served a dessert i ^^ for the course. I cial campaign unfavorable weather, the flight will be postponed. The BPFA pilots expect to land at West Helena from 10 to 10:30. The Little Rock group is scheduled to arrive about 11:30 after possible stopovers at Stuttgart and Pine Bluff. This will be the second breakfast night made by the Blytheville pilots club, which is planning to make such trips monthly. BPFA members also plan to fly to Osceola April 18 for a breakfast at which Osceola aviation enthusiasts will be hosts. W. H. Yarbrough, BPFA secretary-treasurer, said this morning that several seats will be available for members not flying their own planes. Red Cross Gets More Funds in Blytheville An additional $280,50 was reported ir the Red Cross finan- ipalgn being completed in Women's Society of Christian Service of La;;e Street Methodist Church meeting at the home of Mrs. Don Lutz at 2:30 p.m. Women's Mi.sslon.iiry Union of First Baptist Church meeting in Circle Groups, Circle One will meet at the home of Mrs. E. L. Hale; Circle Two at the home of Mrs. E. P. Hardln; Circle Three with Mrs. C. E. Wilson; Circle Four meeting at Mm Home of Mis. Karl Wadon- pfulil; Circle Five meeting with Mrs. Elva Poe; Circle Six meeting will* Mrs. W. W. Watson. Baptist Young Women's Association will meet at the home of Mrs C. E. Johnson, Women's Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist Church will meet at the c.'uirch for a program meeting at 2:30 p.m. Tufsrlay High School P. T. A. will meet at 3 o'clock with Miss Mamie L. Adams, youth director of the First Methodist Church as guest speaker. This will be preceeded by an executive board meeting at 2:30. La Ktieve Club bjing entertained at the home of Mrs. Ben Mac White. Trl-Town Bridge Club meeting at the home of Mre. Worth D. Holder. Tuesday Bridge Club membcii being entertained at the home at Mrs. L. E. Old, B. R. C. Club meeting at the homo ot Mrs. Albert Enderlin. Cliarlcvoix chapter D. A. R. meeting at the Hotel Noble for a 1 o'clock luncheon with Mrs. A. G. Little and Mrs. J L Cherry as ho.-,, (esses. Miss Delia Purtle will review Ihc book "The Bishop's Mantle" by Agnes Turnbow. Wednesday Sudbury P. T. A. will have "Fathers Night" at the school at 8 o'clock preceeded by a board .meeting at 7:30. Chapter D, P.E.O., meeting at the home of Mrs. E. B. Clee for a one o'clock luncheon. Avalon Bunco Club being entertained at the home of Mrs. Paul Mahon. B. H. I. M. Club meeting at the home of Mrs. George Saliba Jr. Thursday Thursday Luncheon Club being entertained at the home of Mrs. Rcss Hughes on Main St. Town and Country club being entertained at the home of Mrs. Cornelius Moriinger. Mid-Wcck Club meeting at the home of Mrs. W. L. Horner. Club Eight meeting nt the home of Mrs. Charles Langston. Thursday Contract Club bcin,? entertained at the home of Mrs. O. W. McCutchen. Thursday Night Club meeting at the home of Mrs. Burks Barker. Jolly Eight Club being entertained at the home of Mrs. j. O. Huey Friday Mrs. D. J. Anderson entertaining member.'! of the Alplin Beta Bunco Club at the home of Mrs. Lane Nowell on E. Kentucky. C.B.C. Club being entertained at the home of Mrs. R. A. Copeland. Friday Bridge club members meeting at the home of Mrs. James C. Guard. Civic Calendar Monday Junior Chamber of Commerce— 7:00 p.m. Tuesday Lion's Club—12:15 p.m. High School PTA Executive Board —2:30 p.m followed by PTA meeting 3:00 PJII. American Legion—8:00 p.m. City Council—8:00 p.m. Wednesday Klwanas Club—12:10 p.m. Sudbury PTA Executive Board— 2:30 p m. Followed b y PTA—3:00 pjn. Thursday Rotary Club—12:10 p.m. Friday ,»xr Glee Club Concert— 3:00 p.m. |M[>} Mississipni County. The'rcport w-ivs *' made by Louis Applebaum. chairman of the Blvthcville district from the railroad to Second Street. This brings the county total within $597.57 from the quota ot SI1.084. At The Hospitals He Hospital Dismissed: Jimmy Quails, Burdette. Airs. Otis Quails. Burdette. Mrs. Otis Parte.i, Dell. •Mrs. oell Edmlster and city. Mrs. ocorge Street and Gobler, Mo. Wall* HfMDit*! * twins, b&by Mrs. O. O. Elkins WM hostess at i her home yesterday afternoon lo 1 Dismissed- members of the c. B. C. Club. ! Mrs. L. D. Wade and baby, city. Fredalene White, . «** games were played I Mrs. miring the afternoon, prizes were' city won by Mrs. Paul Byrum, high I \irs Mrs C. S. Dowdy, second, and MM. baby ^C. O. Cherer, rcoko. Spring flowers were attractively ey arranged In the entertaining rooms James city. Rte, 1, R, Harding and ! Television pictures of moviiv objects deep under the surface of Tn P h« « A , n s *» m!> y "be" taken" and'lrAns" The hostess served refreshments ' mltted with a new aooaratus re of a salad course with Iced drinks, cent™ patented ' p P lratus BINGO Legion Hut — Wed. April 14,8p.m. Benefit Sisterhood of Temple Israel Adm. 50< AT THE SUNDAY AND MONDAY RITZ You Won't Wont To Miss— ^ - — **~*- —- f ^ ^ +t fet^^ ^/ A DOUBLE LIFE' SIGNE HASSO • EDMOND O'BRIEN «.•_ A With Signe Hosso Edmond O'Brien Paramount Niws and Shorts PAGE rrvi Fashion Sports 1948 Convertible NEW YORK (NEA)-Meet the 1M8 convertible which elves you three outfits In one. This Adelc Simpson-designed ensemble Is a combination of suit am! dress In which * gal am do a ladylike strip lease In three fashionable act.%. For the first acl, she wears Hie full pn.seinblc—n nnvy woolen bo- i -. fashion K.lltor sltllt "»ti Beltlne f or the second uct. for which "lie ' ls < j r f s<! < 1 . »t left. In the print frock '"'/I bolero Jacket. li»o jacket anil a miUchlni; sklvl SXTbut'Sd "up 'otr-j I . When she removes the J n cket. she print dress appear to be n. "new look" suit worn over a blouse. In the nccompnnylng photographs yon see thp model, center, ntilnil- Missco Council P.T.A. Meets in Luxora Church Tim Mississippi County Council Pnrcnt-Tcachcrs Assochitlon niel. yesterday at the Methodist Church in Luxora for an all day meeting. The meeting was called to order at 10:00 a.m. by Mrs. J. \v. Miller president. Devotional was given-by the Rev. Charles Lewis and Mrs. T. 1.. Sanford gave the welcome address. During the business session, the following officers were elected to serve for the, new year. Mrs. Carl Watson of Osceola. president, Mrs. W. E. Hcnd of Luxorn, vice-president and Mrs. William H. Wyntt of Ynrbro, secretary and treasurer. A cancer film nnd • library film were shown by Mrs. Carol Wilson and Miss Eiila McDougnl, after which lunch was served to the group at the Baptist Church. Special announcements were made by Noble Gill and the Luxora Glee Club presented several selections. At the close of the meeting, the the Rev. Taylor Revely from Southwestern In Memphis, spoke on the subject, "Christian Education." Mrs. Gill Is Hostess To Dell Baptist W.M.S. Mrs. Braxlon Gill was hostess this week to members of the Women's Missionary Society of the Ddl Baptist Church nt her home. Skywriter Henry A. Lnirrt. skywriter, will fly over Blytheville soon, writing "Pepsi" In smoke letters. Jlmmle Sanders, president of the Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co, here, said today. The dale of his appearance here has not been set and his performance depends on the woalhcr. Work- ins out of Memphis, Laird will fly over several Northeast Arkansas towns and cities. Laird began Hying In 1940 a:ul has logged 3,000 hours of fly*; time. He served as a Navy pilot dur- ~>-1', V^MUIL,!) in, iiur iitjjiie. miiu. *n, otj v^ii Hft & r»nvy piioL dur- The Royal service program was !'"K the war, holding the rank -if given with Mrs. R. E. Jonw. Miss I lieutenant, senior grntlc. * °J lhc dressed, rlRhl, In a snappy-lookl:\ print frock designed lo go Its iva/ into summer Independent or its woolen companions. Instigated by Communist* and th* the loyal army forcei w«n in M*. Lrol. I, v ^ But rebel-controlled radio Ihinat out the night proclaimed rieMrr for their forces and said tlttt ttt* revolution had •precd to eroy •• Jor city In the republic. flu u. 3 Counsel in c»Ji, fourth argcst city in Colorabl*, notiflM the State, Department that r»h«l« were In control there. But all American* in the area were aafi, h* reported. . : • ' . There was no official report of outbreaks elsewhere In the eoun- There was some question of wtw-: ther the Inter-American Cooftrtne* would be able to continue. D*l*- Balcs were reported maklnc pUiu to continue the conference In <en* other country. .'••:•; Despite the fires on the «reun< floor of the U. 8. embawy buJUUjw, persoas stayed there throughout tlie night. The latest fire In tM' building started In a separate }rti« and burned out an airmail pact, office. The post office U operated for the government by the National Airline Avlnca, which Is partly oirn* ed by Pan-American AJrwaya, Political Announcements , Tho courier New* hai beta authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to th» Democratic primaries, July 10 tad August 3: COUNTY TRKASUKER Frank Whltworth COUNT!" COURT CLERK Elizabeth Blythe FOR CORONER .:- ' E. M. HOLT FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Herbert T. Shippen STATE KKPRKSENTATIVI L. H. Autry LcsMn N. "Dukle" Sneck For County Intifm Roland Green For Circull Ourl Clerk : Harvey Morris Joyce Gill, Mrs. Doyle Houston, Mrs. Udell Newsom and Mrs. C. A Smith participating. GroV singing-precede,, the pro- Mr.™ M^'gStnX" 8<W " *> INSURRECTION < Continued from Page 1) capital, international radio facilities broke dcwn at 10 pm CST Friday. ' " ' There w« 5 no transportation in /lie capital. Many of the fires were set In buildings housing lower-Income groups. Priceless religious objccl.s wero destroyed In the firing and sacking of tlie Cathedra! San Francisco. The revolt culminated months of bitter political dissension In Colombia over alleged discrimination I by the government agnln ) the Lib- , cral Party, which holds a majority in congrc.w. At least 23 persons were killed I last January in Sanlander Del Norte • ?iu tn * " rl " °' Cll3l "« between > liberal and conservative partisans. • I.lhtra] l.c.rirr Killed Yesterday Jorge Elleccr Qnllnn, leader of the Liberal party, was I shot and killed in a downtown street by an assassin. Crowds immediately selie.1 the assassin and bent him lo death before police could Intervene. The assassin's body lay naked In Ihc .slreel/i for hours after the shooting. American correspondents ror-orted In pooled dispatches to Washington that the damage would mount to mnny millions of dollars. In one filed at 7 a.m. tortay, a dispatch said there was no way of cstl- mntlng immediately how many were made homeless by the more Limn 16 hours of virtual nnnrchy in the city. Radios operated by government partisan* sAlii the uprising was lONE'S Beauty Shop lit North 2nd Si. OPEN EVENINGS by APPOINTMENT Operator*: Fayon Porier Marie MeLeod Roderj Mildred Burnett rhttne 1 111 Show* Every Day Box Office Opens 1:41 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN I:N a.m. 12:45 p.m. i : M PROFI By Rcadinc/ the Classified Ads Every Day! 'n By Advertising In Tlie Classified Columns When You Want To Buy or Sell Ads Placed by 10 a.m. Will Appear Same Dai/ A'l Classified Advertising Payable in Advance Phone 4461 Blyfhevilte Coyrier News Gunfighters with Randolph Scott Serial: "Brick Bradford- N«. U and Short Cont. Showi Sat. 11 a.».-.ll:3» p.m. Sunday and Monday A Double Life with Ranald Cnlman, Sinn* Haa>* and Edmond O'Brle« Ronald Colman won thi Ac*4cnlT Award for the best aetlnr *T any male actor far hit actUtf in thi< picture. Paramuunt ^cws and miorU Cont. Showinc Sunday !:3« til 11:H Box Office Op«u «:J» Show Starts t:K Opens Sunday 1:M; Start! 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat & San. Bargain tjljjht Every NUW Except. Saturday No parses h6nore4 an Sutdaj at ROIJ Thealro Saturday Prairie Express with Johnny Mack' Bram Serial "Canadian M»Mte4" IS*. • anrt Short Continuous shewing Sunday and Monday Fo* Hen and Selected Sh*rU C.nt. Slxwtec RwMto* l:M to ll:M

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