The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 15, 1948 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 15, 1948
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BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, 'APRIL 18, 1949 Phone 4161 Dinner Party Is Given Honoring Miss Robinson Miss Camllle Robinson, bride- elect of John Wiley Jones, of Para- couM, was again complimented last night, when Mrs. James U Brooks Miss Beverly Thomas's Marriage Is Announced Mrs. Oglesby Thomas today announces ilic marriage of her daughter Miss Beverly Ann Thomas to 'D. A. R. Luricheon Is Given At Hotel Noble Jerry Regan McOovc, son of Mr. McGovcrn of Boise, entertained with a dinner party at and Mrs. P. C. t Idaho. i, tables at which, The wedding wns so cmnir.c< the'iuert* were seated, were cover- Sunday, March 28, At the church of ed with white cloths and centered I Saint Joan d' Arc at Lns Vegas, with novel her-home. The individual Bits of News "Fathers Night" HeldByP.T.A. At Sudbury School The charlevolx Daughters of the Chapter of the American Revo One ol the largest affairs to be held this year by the Sudbury Parent-Teacher Association, was the "Fathers Night" program held last Mr. and Mrs. C. R.'Collins had 11 j night In the school auditorium at »'on the prize In i cessorlos and a natural straw hat. j Her Irock wns complemented with n shoulder corsage ot brown orchids. Mrs. rtoy Turner Jr. ot Haycttc- villc, who was Ihe only feminine attendant, served her sister as matro.i ol honor. She wore a suit o( navy blue with matching accessories mid pinned a corsage o( pink camellias [it her shoulder. Immediately following the ceremony Ihe couple l<'lt f"r a wedding trip before returning to Los Angeles. Calif., where they will make their home Mrs. McGovcrn Is a member of a well known pioneer family in Bly- thcvlllo. She «riuHialetl Irom Bly- (hcvlllc High School and nttci--'':d Sullins College at Bristol. Va.. aiul the University of California a I, Berkeley. Mr. McGovcrn served three and vases. Miss Robinson the game that was played The guest of honor wore a black and white printed silk dress with black accessories. • * • Mrs. Carson Is Honored At Miscellaneous Shower Mrs'. RUl)« Carson, the former Miss Jane Cnstlio, was honored last night when Mrs. W- H. O'Kcefc entertained with a miscellaneous . shower at the home of Mrs. O'Keefe's mother, Mrs. S. P. Martin on. West Main St. The dining room table, on which the gifts were placed, was covered with 8 lace cloth and centered with i striking arrangement of ycllcw roses, Dutch Iris and snapdragons In a low crystal bowl. In the brldco 'games played during the evening, prizes were won bv Mrs, Joe Evrard, hlgTi, Mrs. E M Terry, second high. Miss Jean Speck of Wilson, low, and Miss Vera aoodrich, brldgo. Entertaining rooms of the home held bouquets of tulips, spiraea snapdragons, Dutch Iris and yellow roses. The hostess served a dessert course with Iced drinks. Mrs. Carson chose for the affair a powder blue suit with black accessories. She pinned a pink carnation corsage a gift of the hostess, at her shoulder.^ Miss Adams Is -Speaker At Senior P. T. A. Meeting Miss Mamie L. Adams, youth dl- icctor of the First Methodist Church, was the principal speaker at the meeting of the high school Parent-Teacher Association Tuesday afternoon at the school. Shr chose for. her subject "Teaching Youth To Live." . Mrs. Jesse M. White gave the devotional and Mrs. C. W. Garrigan, who is music chairman, introduc- tfl Carroll Evans who sang "How Deep Is The Ocean" by Irving lutlon met Tuesday at Hotel Noble for a 1 o'clock luncheon with Mrs. A. 0. Little and Mrs. J. L. Cherry as hostesses. There were 11 members and one visitor, Miss Delia Purtel, present. Mrs. James Hill Jr.. regent, presided during Ihc meeting, at which time Miss Pnrtle reviewed the boolc, The Bishop's Mantle" by Agnes Turnbull. Luncheon wns served at a long a white cloth an attractive their guests yesterday Mrs. Collins 1 sister, Mrs. Hattle Potter cf Wilson, her sister In-law, Mrs B. W, Harrison and her niece, Mrs. Ficnchy Orthclau both of Memphis. 7:30. Approximately attended. 300 people Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday Pathfinders Class of First Methodist Church, covered dish supper at 7:10 p.m. Friday Mil. Harry W. Haines and Mrs. John Candill will be hostesses to members of Chapter D, P, E. O. Sisterhood with a 1 o'clock lunch- Mrs. Tim Esles, president of the eon at the Haines home. association, gave the welcome address, Mrs. R. B. Stout served as program chairman and the devo- Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Brutton and i tlonal was given by Tim Estes. son, Jimmy Jr. of Poplar BlufI vir,- i M. C. Webb gave the president's ted Irlcnds here yesterday. Mr. J message and this was followed by Jrutton, wns formerly the assistant, Manager of the J, C. Penny Co. in Blytlicvllle and is now managing .he J. C. Penney Co. In Poplar table covered and centered with with arrangement of mixed spring flow- a half years with the U. S. Army I hostess. in the Pacific. Following his discharge, he attended the University of California. Mrs. Saliba Is Hostess To Club Members, Guest Mrs. George Saliba Jr., was hostess at her home yesterday to members ot the B. H. I. M. Club nnrt one guest, Miss Jennnlnc Schercr. When rook games were played prizes were won by Miss Schere hlp.h niul Mrs. Saliba, second. Entertaining room.; of Ihe home held attractive arrangements of mined Spring flowers. Refreshments of a sandwich pin .e with Iced drinks were served by thn two sltits put on by the third grade students of which Mrs, Roy Klrk- scy and Mrs. J« Tricschmann are teachers. Mrs. Klrkscy'x class presented a Spring ballet with Jimmy Calllhan ami Pattle Dyer as tap soloists. "Four Vagabonds" composed of John Mac Stewart, Larry Gene El Ms, Jimmy Callihan and Larry Blul/. Charles Roy Lutes, who is a student at Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, lias pledged Sigma Pi fraternity. Mrs. Otis Brooks and .son, J. W. Brooks and family returned today I Campbell presented "How Do You to their home in San Diego, calif., ! Do." after spending ten days with friends j Mrs. Trlcschmann's students pre- and relatives here. sentcd a skit entitled "Mother Goose and Her Flock." Mrs. Trieschmann and Mrs. Klrk- sey were dance instructors and Mrs R. A. Berryman served as pianist. Mrs. Ctco Langston will leave today for Meridian, Miss, where she will make her home. Condition of James E. Thompson, who underwent an emergency Luther Gray Jr., served as master operation last night at Walls Hos- | of ceremonies during this portion Bridge Luncheon Given At F. E. Black Residence Mrs. F. E. BIncK entertained members ot Wednesday Bridge Club together with one guest, Mrs. Russell Phillips, with a two-course luncheon yesterday at her home. The dining' room table at which the luncheon was served, was centered with a novel centerpiece of pansle.i in a low crystal bowl. . When bridge games were played Mrs. W. J. Pollard wr,n hi^li, and Mrs. Charles' Rose, second. Entertaining rooms of the home held attractive bouquets of parisles, tulips and other Spring flowers. Mrs. Gee Entertains Chapter D, P. E. 0. Mrs. E. B. Gee cnterlalrted members of Chapter D, P. E. O. Sisterhood with a one o'clock luncheon yesterday at her suburban home. Seventeen members attended. During the business meettug, At The Hospitals Rtylhcville Hospital Dismissed: Bonnie Jean Harry, Rte. 1. city. ' Mrs. Woodrow Wren .city. Mrs. W B. Gentry and baby, Jsccola. Mrs. Russell Baugh, city. W. O. Hollls. city. Mrs. Arnold Jones. Cooler, Mo. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Leroy Ross, Veterans Hous- ng Quarters. Mrs. P. E. Benson and baby, city J. W. Cady, Luxora. Miss Mary Porter. Manila. Berlin and "Little Worm." Mrs. Wilson Henry accompanied him. Mrs. Harry Frltzius was the program chairman and Mrs. R. E. Van Hooser gave the president's niwsase- Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe presided over the business meeting during which Mrs. A. E Caldwell, home economics instructor, thank'ed the association for the set of dishes they purchased for the home economics classes to use. The seniors won the room count prize. • • • Town And Country Club Meets With Mrs. Modinger Mrs. R. M. Logan, Mrs. C. M. Smart and Mrs. Edgar Borurn were guests yesterday when Mrs. Corne- rcport of the slate conference whlcl was held in Fayettevlllc. on Aprl 1, 8, and 0 wns given .by Mrs. E. R Lancashire, Mrs. R. F. Klrshner Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. H. H Houchlns. Bouquets of tulips, spiraea other Spring flowers were arrange throughout the home. pital, is satisfactory. Miss Ernestine French has pledged Alpha Slgnm Sorority at Arkansas State College, Joncsboro, where she is a .student. Mrs, Snmuel Frnnk has returned 10 her*, home in sterling, 111., after :i short visit here with her brothers, W. R. Oennins and L=on Oan- ninjf and families. Mrs. Qxlesby Thomas, who for the past five years has made her home in Lus Angeles, Calif., has" returned I here to make her home. She was ' accompanied here by her daughter, Mrs. Roy Turner Jr. of Faycttcvlllu, who will visit wllh her mother anil her aunt, Mrs. Warren Hawkins and Mr. Hawkins. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Woodson spent yesterday In Memphis. They were accompanied by Mrs. J. F. Tompkins ot Burdette, who left from Memphis lor New Orleans for n visit. Miss Mildred Meador has pledged Alpha Sigma sorority at Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, where she is a student. Vacation church school clinic for Blythevllle and Mississippi County Area to be held at the First Methodist Church from 10:00 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mrs. D. J. Anderson entertaining member* of the Alpha Beta Bunco Club it 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. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Shelton, Mr. and Mr;. Bob Lee Smith, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Porter, Mr. and Mrs. Phillips Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Harpole, will be hosts and hostesses at the Cotillon Club Dance in the Legion Hut at 9:00 p. m. Sunday I Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will honor its new members with a. "Preferential Tea" at 3 p.m. at the P. D. Foster home on West Main St. Mrs. Scott Is Hostess To Demonstration Club Mrs. Robert ScoU was hostess at ler home yesterday to members of he Dogwood Home Demonstration -lub together with one new member, Mrs. Herman Duncan and on: guest, Mrs. Paul Byrum. The devotional was given by Mrs. Scott and Mrs. Clarence Davis gave a short talk on "What Li New In Pood Preservations", Mrs, Ira Koonca gave a demonstration on IB - upholstering .and presented samples of suitable fabrics. Mrs. J. T. Hipp presided over the business meeting at which old and new business was discussed, The hostess served refreshments of a dessert course with iced drinks. ANNOUNCEMINT The L»ymen'§ l«»iut of th» First Chrtrttari church will have » regular meeting tonight with a mp- j*r served by the Hope Group of the Women'* Council, at 6:30 p.m. In the church basement. Club Is Entertained By Mr*. C. E. Sullengir OSCEOLA, Ark., April 15.—Mrs. Arthur Rogers and Mrs. J. L. Ward were guests yesterday when Mrs. Charles E. Sullenger entertained members of Wednesday Bridge Club at her home. When bridge games were played, Mrs. W. E. Hunt won high, score prize. Mixed bouquets ol iris and lilacs decorated entertaining rooms of the home. The hostess served a salad course with Iced chinks. Shows Every D*y Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:M a.m. IZ:« f.m. 4:M fM. Thursday & Friday of the program Following these skits, H. G. Partlow gave the conclusion of the study course for the year on the theme of ''Problems of the School Age Child." He spoke on.'Tricc of Prejudice." "Discipline and Self Discipline" and "A Life of His Own" in keeping with the study course i more Than M miles im"hour, thetne. Mrs. Tim Eslcs presided over the I business meeting at which Shields! b y M1 , ss Dorthy Whittle, pianist. Edwards announced that the Sum-. ^S Mder '° r the evening was mer roundup of children who will Bl »y t..iith. Miss Margie Ramsey, Civic Calendar Frldjj Glee Club Concert—8:00 p.m. Giraffes can gallop at a rate of Mrs. Davis Entertains Business Women's Circle The business Women's Circle of the Calvnri' Baptist Church met Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. O, W. Davis for n Royal Service Program and business meeting. There were eight members nml two visitors, Mrs. Johnny Hocolt and Miss Gill Entertains Dell Baptist W.M.S. Circle Two of the Women's Missionary Society of the Dell Baptist church met Monday night the home of Miss Joyce Gill. Opening prayer was given by Miss Gill and Mrs. R. E. Jones gave the devotional. Topic or the program was "The Home", given by Mrs. Udell Ncwcomb, Mrs. Paul Gll- liland ami Miss GUI. During the meeting, Mrs. C. R. Harmon wns elected Young Peoples director, Mrs. Dave Kcltncr and Mrs. Herman Kecler, Girl's Auxiliary leaders, Mrs. Bertha Gill, Young Women's Auxiliary leader anrt Miss Joyce Gill, Royal Ambassadors leader, closing prayer was given by Mrs. Bertha Gill. 5 Following the meeting, refreshments were served by the hostess. Demonstration Club Meets With Mrs. Byrum Mrs. Paul Byrtim was hostess at her home Tuesday afternoon to Mrs. Jones to Serve On Executive Board Mrs. Brwin Jones wax elected as secretary of the Christian Social Service of the Kxecutlve Board at the Forty-second Annual Meeting of Presbyterian Woman's Auxiliary held at the Graham Memorial Presbyterian Church in Forrest City April 13 and 14. Other officers elected were treasurer, Mrs. Margaret Carter of Cotton Plant; historian. Mrs. R. p. Royce of Little Rock; secretary of Foreign Mission, Mrs. Walter Kirby of Little Rock and secretary of Home Missions, Mrs. W. W. Campbell of Forrest City. Mrs. C. M. Gray of Blythevllle, served as chairman of the delegation committee at the meeting. enter school next year, will be held May 3, at Dr. Elliott's Clinic. Mrs. Kirksey's and Mrs. Trieschmann's third grade classes tied for room count for the downstairs and Mrs. W. E. Wade's and Mrs. E. ?. Fry's, fifth grade classes, tied for tne upstairs count. Ushers were Barbara Lou Watkins. Dclois Adams, Mary Ann Stout, Marcia Lou Webb, Pat Partlow and Kay Blackard, who were dressed in pastel formals. Refreshments of individual cakes Inscribed with "Dad" were served with iced drinks and hot coffee by Mrs. L. A. Daughtery, Mrs. H. A. Cary and Mrs. Kelton Francis. training union secretary, also participated on the program. A scripture verse choir was given by the Junior Training Union led by Mrs. Bob Stovall. Mrs. Bow en Entertains Club Members, Guest OSCEOLA, Ark., April 15.—Mrs. C. C. Bowen was hostess to two tables of club members and one guest, Mrs. Charles Murphy, with a dinner party Tuesday at 1:00 p.m. at her home. Following dinner, bridge games were played with prizes being won by Mrs. W. W. Watson, high and Mrs. J. L. Glascoe, second high. Bouquets of mixed Spring (lowers were arranged throughout entertaining rooms of the home. . STANWYCK — ,w WMWW<*"-» „ CRY WO IF n^GERALDINE BROOKS Paramount News and Short Con I'd shows Sat. 12:3« to 11:M COMING TO THE K1TZ April 22-23 "Good News" with Jon* Allyson and Peter Lawford April 25-26 "Down t* Earth" with RHa Hayworth mnd Ijirrr Parka April 28-29-3* "Green Dolphin Street" with I.nn. Turner and Van Ileflln Central College Choir To Sing in Caruthersville CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo., April 15.—The a-capella choir of Central College. Fsyette, Mo., will appear here. April 21 at 10:30 a.m. at the high school auditorium. It was announced here today. The Kroup numbers 38 mixed voices, and begins its eight-day tour April 18. It Is under the direction of Prof. Luther T. Spayde, head of the Organ Department of the Swin-< ney Conservatory of Musle. at Central College. her home. Mrs P. D. Foster won high ami Mrs. Modmger, second, in the bridge games played during the afternoon. Entertaining rooms of the home held bouquets of mixed Spring flowers. The hostess served refreshments. Mrs. Mahon Is Hostess To Avalon Bunco Club Mrs. Paul Mahon was hostess yesterday to members of the Avalon Bunco club at her home on W. Kentucky. program and Mrs. Leland Hocige gave the Bible study. Others vho participated on the program were Medical Auxiliary Elects CARUTHERSVILU:, Mo., April 15.—At the monthly meeting of the Pcmlscol County Medicnl Auxiliary, composed of wives of Pemiscot County ph.vsicians, held at the Rancho Hotel at Hayti last week members ot the Yarbro Home Dem- ! *nd, Mrs John nobeson of Hayti onstratton Club, with 14 members attending. The meeting was opened with the singing of "Arkansas" followed bj^ the devotional given by Mrs. Walter Bnrnes. i Mrs. Davis. Mrs. Janle Ross' Mrs. Ehn Wheeler read the poem Mrs. Lee Powell and Mrs. J. D. Wld- "The Fatlhful Few" and Mrs. nor. Prayers were offered by Mrs., Stiles gave a demonstration on mak- Hcnry Berry and Mrs. Hocolt. 1 Ing couch covers and Mrs. Byrum Following the program, refresh- told of different ways a. boys' room can be arranged. A talk on window arrangements was given by Mrs. Wheeler. Following the business meeting, j the group played bingo with prizes being won by Mrs. Frank Willis, wns elected president for the ensuing year. Other officers named were Mrs. E. L. Taylor, Steele, vice-president; Mrs. Ralph Pinion, Caruthersvlllc, recording .secretary; Mrs. C. C. C:»s- tlcs. Caruthersvlllc. corresponding secretary; and Mrs. A. G. Shircy, Youth Night Observed At Number Nm« Church Youth Night was observed Sunday night at the Number Nine Baptist Church and sponsored by the training Union of the church. Miss AUrcdR Stovall, training union director, spoke on the subject, "Let Your Light So Shine." The scripture reading \vn.s read by Harold Smith, after which Bcrl King chose as his topic, "Follow Me/' Durlns the program, Jo Ann Buckner sang a solo and a duet was presented by Doris Bean and Jean Phillips. They were accompanied Hayti, parliamentarian. Mrs. P. J. Aquino of Caruthers- vllle is the retiring president. meats were served by the hostess. P. T. A. Council Meets At L. E. Baker Residence The Parent Teachers Association Council of the Blythevllle School at the home During the afternoon games, Mrs """"£ ™* >™*'» Raymond Shamlln won bunco, Mrs -1 mcc \ m ' B ^j (i; 0 s ' c i scor **,J l ' 'I officers elected f> were used in the entertaining rooms of the home. The hostess servcd\a salad plate with iced drinks- Mrs. Robert Thompson, Mrs. Stiles and Mrs. Gene McGulre. The hostess served » salad plnlc with Iced drinks. Rend Courier News Want Ads i R. E. VanHcoser, vice president Mrs. Lynn R. Johnson, secretary and Mrs. B. I,. Dcdman. treasurer. Mrs. Hugh Wliitsilt and Mrs. Johnnie Johnston were introduced the new presidents of the Central School and Yarbro School Parent Teachers Associations. Following the meeting, refreshments were served by the hostess. Box Office Opens B'30 Show Starts G-.J5 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sal. & Sun. : Jtarraln Night Every Night Except Saturday « passes honored on Sunday at Koxjr Theatre Thursday & Friday Selected Sh»rt SibjecU COMING TO THE KOXY *t U»e tc*t picture* ever made Parki hi "The Jolson Story" April ZS-S» Crisp goodne • Slo-cured tio flavor-rich T>er/ection Bacon D A For « brighter break- fasr, for a liqhi lunch or supper,Evcr-Gooo! Bacon adds extra iesr and nutrition. You enjoy every bite of every rich, sails- Tying, golden-brown slice. 80 sure you gel »W finest. Get ilo-cured, flavor-rich Ever-Good Bacon at your dealers toJay. MEMPHIS PACKING CO. Memphis, Tenn. GRAPETTE! 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