The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 16, 1948 · Page 4
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PAGB FOOT BLTTHIiVlLLl (AWC.y OOTIHIBH K«W1 TUTBAT 1«, tt* fteuti Phont 4461 Bridge Luncheon Given .By Mrs. W. L, Horner ' Mr*, W. L. Horner WM'hostess •t her home yesterday with » two- course luncheon honoring memberi of th« Mid-Week Club. The luncheon was served »t Individual tables which were centered with iniall bouquet* o( mixed /Spring flowers.- The novpl placs- carts ..were h«nd made "Bird of • Paradise"' with re»l feathers m color*. Mrs. Barker Entertains Club Members, Guests Mr«. Willord Wahl »nd Mis. Tom Mabry were guest* last night when Mrs. Burks Barker entertained members of the Thursday Night Club at her home. When rook enme* were playing during tl e evening, prizes wore won by Mrs. T. A. Bell, high and Mrs. Wnlil, ronko. Bouquets of pansies and spiraea decorated entertaining rooms of the During the. bridge games played. Mrs. Cecil Shane Won high an* Mrs. M. O. Usrey, second high. Entertaining rooms of the honu held bouquets of tulips, snowballs and other Spring flowers. Mrs. Hughes Entertains Luncheon Club, Guests Mrs. Harry Kirby and Mrs. T. E. Black were guests yesterday when Mrs. R. D, Hughes entertained members of Thursday Luncheon Club with a two-course luncheon at her home. The dining table held on attractive arrangement ol pink snapdragons, blue Dutch iris and yellow tulips in a low crystal bowl. During' the afternoon when bridge games were ployed, prizes were won ' by Mrs. E. B. Gee, high, and Mrs. [VI vs. 1 lUCV Entertains Russell Phillips, second high. , ,, r . , . ,-,, , m The hosiers served a dessert course with hot coflee. Club Is Entertained At jerry Hcarn Home Mrs. Jerry Hrarn and Mrs. Hermaa Hoffman were ho.Hte.sses yesterday when thc-j entertained members' nf. the Friendly Eight Club at the Hcarn home on E. Missouri. During the bunco games. Mrs, Ollui Stanlicld won bunco. Mr',. Bits of News This Is Going Too Fur! a. W. Ramey, who has been patjcnt In the Memphis Methodist Hos'pital for several weeks, underwent • minor operation there this morning. Hl« wife and sons. J. P. and Preston Ramey of Blythevllle and Charles Ramey of Chicago, III., and daughter*, Mrs. Fiske Miles Jr., of Chicago, and Mrs. Alfred Gray of Conway, art there with him. • Mr. and Mrs. Shed Bevlll and Mr. and Mr«. C. L. Blaylock spent yesterday In Memphis where Mrs. Be- vlll and Mrs. Blaylock consulted their specialists. Mrs. Fred Hartwlg of Memphis has arrived here in spend several days as guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. U 1. nice ami fivmlly. Mrs. Clyde F.ldrioge. high s:ore and Mrs. Hartwig Is the former Miss Louise Rice. Lynn W. Drown, local munacer of the Mctropolilan Insurance Co., left from Memphis today by plane for New Orleans where he will attend the South-Centrnl territory meeting of Ihe Metropolitan Mr. and Mrs. Willium T. Slcwnrt will arrive tonight from Jotiesboro Jack Matheany, low score. Attractive arrangements of mixes! Spring !lo\vcrs. were, used in lh£ entorlflinine rooms of the home. The hOoless served a dessert course. jolly Eight Club Members Jolly Eight Club members were gue.sls yesterday when Mr.s. J. O. Huey entertained at her home on Highway 18. In the afternoon rook games, Mrs. Grover Wren won high score, Mr>. Hucy, second high and Mrs. W. B. Bouquets of Spring-flowers were used throughout entertaining rooms of the -home. • • • Pathfinders Class Has. Covered Dish Supper The Pathfinders Sunday School ClaM of the First Methodist Church met If-sl niaht, 7-:30, In the social rooms of the church for a covered dish slipper. Guests were Mrs. Howard Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Morgan and Mr. and Mrs. i w. J. Bigney. 'Mr,, Mrs. Jesse Province The table, at which the supper I r- • (Vr i >-• i r- was served, was covered with a j tntei'lam With f ISO r I'V white cloth nnd centered with a striking arrangement of spiraea and iris In a low crystal bow). Baptist Co//«9* Choir Will Vitft Blyth^illt Southern BnptlH College choir of 0 voices will sins at the Calvary Baptistchurrh heheThurn. evening, April 2* at 7:30 Instead of April 27 F. previously announced. It had •ftrller been announced What Hie \voll-drosscd Califorman wears at the races: a russet nnd while calfskin sports jacket, fur side out. Jack Hoffman models the creation, with Bai-bain Holt looking much more interested in the Racine Form. The Hevcily Hills, Calif., designer sn.vs the jacket is practical for formal wear, too. Men Doctors In General Practice, Society Head Asserts LITTLB ROCK, Ark,, 'April 1«. (UP)—The final session of the normal meeting of the Arktruu Medical Society got under way today. ter country doctors than th« elty- bred bojri. The medic«l toclety'i womini auxiliuy hetrd Mrs. Henry «eln- Icamp former executive secretary el the SltU Nurse* Association, call for enactment of a law to give Arkansas an adequate nurses training mstitution. ,, .he choir had tentative dates at high school* »t Burdette and Mannila while touring thla section. Regular Meeting Held By Burdette P.T.A. The ' Burdette Parent Teacher* Avioeiatlon met la«t night at the acnool for regular meeting. Mrs. J. E. McHair, president presided during a short business session, at which time the room count was held with the eighth grade j clasn of Mm. J. J. Morgan being ' lhe winneri. During the program, the Bur- detl* Gl«« club presented two selections, "One World" and "Indian I/>ve Call". They were accompanied by Molly Rose Autry, pianist. increasing tendency of doctor* t-j xpecial:ie. "Too many of our achoolg are turning out specialist* and we're getting too many of them," he uld. Dr. Evans commended the University of Arkansas Medical School, however, for training « large portion of applicants from the smaller communities who he said made bet- th* BEAUTY BAR Mm. Norn Sprxlley, Ownar Giinco* Hotel Bulldlnt Phon* 3* MirtirH D«an Smith, Putty Lu . 12 W visiting her «ister-ln-l»w, Mr« her Lynch. Their niece. Mrs j D. C. Black of Poplar. Bluff, Mo., Is also at Mrs. Lynch't for a visit Mrs. Denn.v will accompany Mrs. Black home Sunday. Mr. and Mr«. Auten Chitwsod have as their guest for this week Mr. chitwood's parents, Mr. and P.T.A. Meeting Is Held At Luxora High School Final Meeting Is Held For Extension Course Mayo. Spring /lowers were placed in to spend the weekend here ns guests of their parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. U. H. I Holt and Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Stew- . LUXORA. Ark.. April 16.—The The extension course, "Applied nrt Sr Mr Siesvnrt. attends Arkan- Luxora Pnrcnt-Tencher Association Psychology" taught by Miss Winnie met Wednesday afternoon with 50 Virgil Turner, Elementary Supervisor of Blythevllle School System, L. H. Autry was the guesl speak- , er and chose as hi* subject. "Your ; cer O. School. A Report on Twenty Years Stewardship." Following the program, a social hour was held in the school llbri- ry and refreshments were served. . Mrs. Auten Chitwood ST., of Mul- sas State College there. Miss Vh-Binla Williams, daughter members attending. ^ ...... _ _ ^ ^.^ ...... of Mr. and Mrs. Sain H. Williams, : Mrs. Wert Steed, vice-president, held the fmal meeting Monday nlsht Sue Ca i dwell lnd Mnv jr ran k Lea who is a student nt Brcnau College, i was In charge o! the business meet- at the high school. This was thei Mrs. Swain Is Hostess To Methodist W.S.C.S. The Women's Society of Christian Service of the Yarbro Methodist Church met yesterday at th? home of Mrs. George Swain for their monthly social meeting. There \vere IT members and five visitors, Mrs. Edgar Swain. Mrs. Richard Swain, Mrs. Edgar Parrlsh, Mrs. , Gainesville, Ga., was recently elected Ing due to the absence of the pres- twelfth three-hour meeting for the the entertaining rooms ol the home. A dessert course with coflee was served by the hostess. Following the supper, games wer2 played under the direction of Miss Mamie Adams and Alfred William. 1 :'. Hostesses for the' evening were Mrs. W. R.. Campbell, Mrs. W. 3. Johnston, Miss Golda Rinks. Mrs. H. E. Towles, Mrs. Toler Buchanan, Mrs. W. A. Affllclc and Mrs. John Cook. Dinner Party Is Given. By Miss Jean Sarber Mr. and Mrs. Jesse W. Province were host and hostess last niglit to the College flecreatlon Board. : Ident, Mrs. T. L. Stanford. She will serve as head of swimming. Dnlton C. Fowlston, music dlrec- tor of the Luxora School At the close of the class period. Shc Is a member of the freshmnn , present. Mrs. Lefi Stiles, president, pre- j sided curing a short business se->- [ sion, after which the group vvps - _ gave a the group went to the Home Eco- 1 led - m b lhe Rev Ray Mc _ social hour. 1 Lester. nomics Cottage for class and a pledge of Phi Mu na- : report on the trip to Little Rock tlonal social sororitv " i uf tnc Glee c ' lll) under his dlrec- Miss Turner was presented a gift Mr. and Mrs. W.'j. Fllgr of St. j "on. The president's message was from the class at this time. ._ _ u _ ^ „, Ixjiils. Mo., arrived yesterday lo : Riven by Mrs. A- B. Hill and Mrs. Mrs. Cllhan Prank and Miss Mary j h a T , h tidpal . \tr E* TTaAxl r-aaA a r*«rvirt f\t fMO TI..L1,... n ..~j~t~.4 ^Ml~~ T"..-.._.. l n _«.... *•>*- • r> •*>. >~j>. i. .v (....w.v r- "Church and Christianity In Rural Community" was the topic of spend a few weeks with her sister ' w - E - H"«l read a report of the nobler assisted Miss Turner In serv- Snriiybcrry and Mr , meeting of the county council. Mrs. j,,g refreshments. ' j Miller. County health nurse of Os- Members of the class were Mrs. Mrs. Fred Schnlz of Helena, form- ceola reported on the new proce- Rulh Alexander, Miss Oretchen when they enlertnined with a Iry In celebrauon of the completion ol their new storage building oa ded. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Plige. of St. Louis, Mr. an;l Gillilanci and son. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Webster, Louis Oarner. Mr. an.1 Mrs. C. M. Baxter, Theodore Baxter. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Cooley. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Klene. Mr. and Mrs. Oliivirt Sprnyberry and Wiley Smith. Mrs. Olund Sprayberry. Schatz of Helena, form- ! - .. . T .. . . erlv of Blvthevilte, is critically 111 at dure advocated by the National As- snclntfon of holding the Summer round-up. Coach Ty Adams was In charge of the program. He chose for his ed on it were Mrs. stiles, Mrs. NiU Bunch, Mrf. L. R. Matthews, Mrs. Henry Pollard. Mrs. Albert Hollinz- j worth and the Rev. Mr. McLester. ; - i Distributed by I, D. Fleming BlTtheTllle, Ark. '.?"•" I her home there following a stroke "••' ll I whlcli viffei'crt last night. Barnes. Mrs. R. A. Berryman. Miss • The devottonal was given by Mrs. Thelma Cathey. Miss Cleo Culver, | jo( , freemnn. who will undergo a serious opera- 1 lion at a hospital there. Condition of Mrs. J. G. Sudbury. who recently underwent an eye operation at the Memphis Eye. Ear and Nose Hospital is satisfactory. Mrs. Mildred Frank. Miss Lois Fields. Mrs. Francis Oammill, Mrs. Opal Harris,.P. H. Henley. Miss An-j Following the program a grouo picture was made to be used in the "Healthful Community , R)e lloodi J; lrs Roj , Lc ; Klrksey.i Mi.ss Marguerite Matthews, Miss Jean Sarber entertained several guests -with a dinner party last night »t her home, 1008 West Main St.; prior to their attending, the Donald Dmme Concert In Joncs- boro. The dining room table was draped •with a white linen clotVt snd held an unusual centerpiece of an antique pressed glass compote filled with mixed Spring flowers, flanked by pink tapers burning In silver candelabra Guests for the aftair Included Mrs. Harvey T. Kidd, Mrs. Herschel Carter of Earlham, Iowa., who Is i *• CH> 'visiting, her parents, Judge . and < ~ Mrs. Zal B. Harrison, Miss Jane Methodist W. 5. C. S. the following high school students who par- ^' { ~' c ^y^M^K 6'l'ive' tlcipated on the program; Wiley Tate. George McLendon. Bobby Martin, Christine Johnson, Myrtle Slark Sexton and Velrta Blcflsoe. The attendance prize vas Miss Necly Perry, Miss Delia Purtie. Mrs. Ernest Roe, Mrs. Carrie T Simpson, W. O. Slln- t „ R H w Woolen, Miss Thr hostess, assisted by an d daughter, Mrs. Parrlsh, served sandwich plate with iced drinks. rttfy/te SACK AND WE'V£ COT 'EM! At The Hospitals nijthevllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. H. C. Porter, Wilson. Elmer Jones, city. Mrs. Cecil Fowler and baby, city. Peggy Van Winkle, city. Bopnie Jean Harry, city. Leroy Powers. Cooler. Walk Hospital Dismissed: Tommy Manuel. Luxora. Mrs. J. T. Stanley >nd bnby, Rte. Miss Evelyn Hickerson, a student (ONE'S Beauty Shop HI North 2nd St. OPEN EVENINGS bj APPOINTMENT Opera torat Fayon Porter Marie Mcl.eo* Roderj- Mildred Bimett Phone 3132 i^unlinuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:M a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.n McAdams and Joe Faucett. Mrs Wylie Is Hostess To Bridge Club, Guests """ Meets With Mrs. Lewis LUXORA. Ark.. Apr. 16.—The | Many from Blytheville Business Women's Circle Hear Metropolitan Don Edwards will leave tomorrow • M rA 'j. "K Gallop. Mrs. Wert Steed by plane for Topcka, Kans., whera .' M w E Head ic will attend the Kansas Office 1 Machine Dealers Association. He will return home Wednesday. Mrs. Wllford Miller returned rionift yesterday from Gnlveston, Toe., where she had spent the pa.it ten days as guest of her sons. Pete r.nd Stanley Miller and families, and her brothers, Mr. and Jimmy Dial and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dial and her sister, Mrs. Lennie Barnes. Meets With Mrs. Olive LUXORA. Ark., Apr 16.—Mrs. j S. Olive was hostess to the Bus- Mrs, i iiiess Women's Circle of the Baptist Women's Missionary Society In her home Tuesday night. Nine members attended. Tenor in Jonesboro Miss Ora Lee Funderburk Bride of Billy Gorman COOTER, Mo., April 16.—Mr. and Woman's Society of Christian Ser- j Mrs. V. A. Funderburk' ot Cooler, vice of the Luxorn Methodist , Mo., today announce the marriage Church met Tuesday afternoon at! 0 f their Granddaughter. Miss Ora the home ot Mrs. Charles Lewis; Lee Funderburk, to Billy Gorman with H members attending, . O f cooter. Miss Florence Rush, presided over the business meeting and was also program leader on (he subject of "The World Increase". Mrs. J. T. Self gave the devotional and Mrs. with members of the Thursday contract Club when Mrs. H. W. Wylte entertained with a luncheon at her home. Luncheon was served at the dumig table, which was centered with a low bowl of Spring (lowers. Other vases entcrt: Fo! was wlnnl Joyner, second high. Dessert Bridge Is Given By Mrs."'Charles Langston Course for Librarians Mrs. Charles Langston was host- j Conducted in OsCCola es yesterday at her home, when she ( entertained Club Eight members nnd i Miss Leila Heasley. under six guests, Mrs. Charles Crigger, Mrs. ] auspices of the University of Ar- Ralph Nichols. Mrs; Vernon Thorn- fcansas Extension Service'an'tl the asson. Mrs. Ray Hall. Mrs. Earl i Mississippi County Board ol Ecli'.c.i- Buckey and Mrs Sam Owens, with , tion. is conducting a special libra 1 ..v a dessert bridge. j couise in Osceola lor Mississippi Mrs. Nichols .won high score for .library teachers, the guests and Mis. fJrigger second j Tnc 12-v.ccks course Is beinp con- Approximately 30 persons from | Blytheville attended the concert featuring Dor«lri Dame. Metropolitan Opera tenor, star of the radio and concert stage, when he was Mrs. Ora. Hill of Memphis, Is , here visiting her brothers. Walter , and Will Denton and sister. Mrs. j F. M. Bonds. I Mrs. C. L. Mitchell anrl son. Ralph Mitchell and daughter. Miss j Odie Belle Mitchell of Hohenwold.. Tenn., were weekend visitors here i of friends and relatives. I Mr. ana Mrj. U. C. Barnette ot presented by the Community Con- . The concert was well received by . entire audience, with Mr. Dame Alumni banquet tonight. Mrs. C. C. Denny of Tampa, Fla., si' thi hei Ertim A. B- Hill. Mrs. Ancel Montgomery Ri\d Mrs. Paul Hays. The hostess served a salad plate. bc | ng ca i| 0( ] back to the. stage for -------a number of encores throughout the i „ . r~ j- it concert, and at least six encores ' 1OU Are Cordial/)' after his regularly scheduled num- { bers. His encores ranged from re- i Invited to Visit phis. j The hostess course. served a dessert New Liberty News Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williams nnd Hllllnrd Williams of Trenton. Tcnn.. were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams and Mr. and Mrs Carl Gibson. Mrs. Lnsrone Whittle and Mrs. Essie Lcndennie attended the funeral ol their great nunt, Mrs. Charity Clark, at Patterson. Mo. Mr. and Mrs. James Merrier and family of Batcsville. Miss., were guests Sunday ol Mr. and Mrs. Lain ^8. what Is. now. Ihe busi- grone Whittle. ness center of Chicago was fenced i in as a pasture. I Head Courier News Want Arts. The wed "jug was solemni/ed April 10. at the Carulhcrsville Methodist Church with the pastor officiating. The >ride wore a two piece frock of light blue with black accessories. I'om cent popular numbers to opera arias. J and his program varied from the lighter songs and lyrics to clossi- cal numbers. the high in the bridge games. For the club members, high score was won by Mrs. G. O. Poetz and second high by Mrs. Jesse M. White. Vases of mixed Spring flowers Trere used in the entertaining rooms of the home. ducted at the County Library there. The class meets each Saturday. Morning so.'sions are attended by 21 white library teachers, and lhe afternoon sessions by *8 Negro library teachers. Each session is fo'ir hours long. . IF IT'S WORTH REPAIRING AT ALL IT'S WORTH DOING RIGHT! Let Pot Repair Your Watch! Expert eyes and hands aided hy professional lool*. K< > lo work to repair the watch you hrinp us. \Vc nivc 7 day semce on all makes watches. Ynur cost will tie quoted before we do the job! See Pat for work done right 1 PAT O'BRYANT JEWELER Main •( Second Phone BLYTHEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL GLEE CLUB PRESENTS ITS SPRING CONCERT High School Auditorium Tonight 8 P, M, ADMISSION Adults 75c Students 50c ANNOUNCEMENT There will be a meeting of the Brotherhood of the Calvary Baptis', Church tonight, 7:30. at the chnj-cli. Special program will bp presented by the laymen. Goal ot 200 attendance and 3ll men are invited lu attend. The | I Accessory Shop | J Feminine Apparel | > Mabel Hog»n Jessie Srlte J i Hnfel Nnble Bldj?, < ! RIylheville, Ark. Columbia Record FAVORITIS UKI THISII Sentimental Journey Memphis Blues Dream Cherry Moten Swing These Foolish Things Dardanella Tired Tea for Two April Showers Spring Song The Dance Danube I-ast Time Today Cry Wolf with Krrol Flynn and Barbara Stanwyck Paramount News and Short Continuous Showint Every Day Saturday . Serial "Brick Bradford" No. 1» and Short Out. Show* Sat. 11 a.m.-11:5(1 p.m. ,f the Blue AND HUNDREDS MORE . . ENJOY THEM AGAIN I |ozx w*it«r COME INI Adams Appliance Co. J. W. ADAMS. Mgr. 20fi-08 West Main Phone 2071 Sunday and Monday " Paramount News; Also Short" Cent. Showing Sun. l:3(t-Il:M p.m. pretty, potent Glossy Mack patent tlisi acts like a tonic to your prelly spring tilings! B\H7.ing black patent that knot's no lime of <\ay! &_ s ON s I S H O E S I BOJ Office Opens fi:3» Show Starts B:4» Open* Sunday I'.OO; SUrtl 1:1* Contlnioni Shows Sat. * SUB. Bargain Night Every Ntghl Except Saturday No passes honored on Sundaj » Rosy Theatre Last Tim* Today Mr. Ace rlth George R»fl and Sylvia Sidney with Grnrne O'Briefl Selected Short SnbJecA* Hard Rock | Harrigan SeH«l: "C»n»ill»n Mounted" N«. * and Short V' Ont'4 Shows Sat. 12:M lo 11:3* Sundiiy Monday IPVVARDI, ROBINSON inRFTTA YVM M. OR50N »Tlll> Fox MOT lei one News *n4 Shortfl C«nt. Sh«winK S«n«ar l;3« to

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