The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 26, 1948 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 26, 1948
Page 3
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VLYl'HWRAM fARKJ COOTIER 4161 Moore'i ;Ehg«gcment Is Announced ." T»» j»ng«««mtnt of Mi« VMruw IJaalti : Moore, daughter o( Mrs. >' M. Moor* tnd the !»t« MT. Uopr«, to G*orge Nichol.i Abdou, ,»on o( Mr. »nd Mrs. George K. 'Abdou of. ZJ -P»so, Texas, Is an- nounad tod»y by her mother. Mix Moort wu gradnat-H from Blyttitville Hijh School, where the v w« * member of th« Garden Club I §nd wrved *» a cheer leader (or' t»o years. Sh« »ttend«<i Hendrlx Colloire In Conn-ny'* und Howard College; in Birmingham. Ala., and ) U a member, of Delta Zeta Sorority. Ur.-Abdou »-«j graduated from B Paso High School and attended College .or Mines In El Paso and U a member of Beta Chi fraternity. He U. now" connected with his hroth«r-ln-}aw In the grocery business in Blimlngharn, A!a v .Plans for th« Summer wedding vili oe announced later. •'-. . . • • • ' Bridge Luncheon Given Honoring Mrs. Lasley Recent Bnde Mrs. James Lee was before her recent marrluBc In the First Bnp- lisi church here Miss Nella Simpson of Blylticvllle, dnughter of Mr find Mrs. W. M. Slmjwon of Mnniln'. ''.-Mi's. P. A. Lasley of Little Rock, who U'the hquseguest of Mr. and 14rs; H. H. Houchfns, was agflin honored Saturday wliea Mrs. A. B. ' Fairrield entertained with a 1 o'clock bridge luncheon nt the home of her . mother. Mis. W. I. Denton. Members of the Mld-Week Bridge Club were guests, together with Mrs. W. Ma• rlon Williams, Miss Rosa Hardy, Mrs. Adolph Helnlcke, Mrs. F. D. Underwood and Mrs. Hlrnm W. .. Wylle. /The two-o'oiirse luncheon was •frved at the dining noom table which, wai covered with a lace cloth and centered with an unusual arrangement of mixed Spring flowers In >n oblong pottery bowl. 'Bouquets of Dutch Iris, splrea, tulips, roses and other Spring flowers' were arranged throughout the home. During the afternoon bridge games played, Mrs. Wylle won high score tad Mrs. Harry W. Hfilnes, second. Mrs. Lasley w»« presented will] a gift from the hostess. Mm. Williams, Mrs. Underwood, Mri. Kelnlcke and Miss Hardy were t*«. guests. Methodist Seniors To Be - Honored With Banquet Thirty, five memberi of the IMS graduating class, who ar« members of the .MethodUt Churches In Bly*>—"\«,; : will : be '.honored tomorrow ~i**> r i*t*.,, Tim. uc ..irouvjicu uumurruw- jtote DeoFees Are Won night.;at: .1 p'clock. when members »„ r j u , of the :Wpijien's Society of Chris- f Y future Homemakers tiari 'Service of the First Metho- I AVesleyan S 0 Meel At Methodist Church Five Methodist churches were represented yesterday afternoon when the Blytheville Clisnler of the We.ilcyan Service Guild of the First Methodist was hast to other Guilds, of the Jonesboro District At the church here. Mrs. Fred Steadmnn gave the devotional and Airs. A. B. Fairficld sang a solo accompanied by Mrs Allen D. Stewart at the piano Mrs. James Burkctt of Mnrlnn- na, who is conference secretary, conducted the business meeting Following the meeting, a lea 'wax held In the social room* of the church. The tea table was overlaid with a lace cloth and centered with a low silver bowl filled with red rosVs and while stock flanked ty white lapers burning in silver candelabra. Miss Eutopla. Whltworth, who -s president ot the Dlytheville Chapter presided at the punch bowl-and was assisted at the refreshment table by Mre. Fred Sleadman. Mrs Jack Bishop, .Miss Mamie Adams and Miss Mary Hubler. ' A green and white .color scheme was carried out In tile assorted party foods and the decorations of'the room. tiari 'Service of the First Methodist- Church will entertain with . • banquet, at the church. Gi>ft*, spatter on the program will be ;t»e^*r»rd. puragpulcl attorney. Mr».^O.';B.VJ9uelmal« will: act as mUtr«M-of .cereraonie*. OtHer . guesti ' will include the ienftr,cla» sponsor*, MLw Luna B. Willwlm, Miss Bettjr'Boyd and Miss Prapce's'Bowen, MiM ROSB Hardy, principal of the high school, W. fl. Nicliolsojy superintendent, of Blytheville schools, the Fev. Allen D. Stewart, pastor of the First Methodist Church and the Rev. P,ay McLester, pastor of the Promised Land Methodist ChurcS. • * * : * v Church Women- Observe "May Fellowship Day" . The Blytheville Council- of Church Women will observe their "May Fellowship Day" May 7 at the First Christian Church. Theme.for the program will be "Every Child Is My Child In the Fabric of Fellowship". Mrs E J Rau&chkolb of North Little Rock, who Is the president of the Arkansas Council of Church Women will be the principal speaker. Churches belonging to the council will be hostesses with a luncn- eon following the meeting, which will begin at 10:00 a.m. Read Courier News Want Ads. Remember Rothrock'g for • PRESCRIPTIONS PHONE 4451 Miss Bobby Faye MlchaeJ anrt Miss Vcrnnll O'Neal, who are members of the Blytheville Chapter of the Future Homemakers of America, have been awarded the State Degree which > a degree baser! on achievement In club work. Th« announcement of these girls winnl Ing the degrees was made when Miss Mitchell attended the executive council meeting in Little Rock last week. ^five students over the state of Arkansas were awarded tliese degrees and two of these were awarded these degrees and two of these were from the Blytheville Chapter They will receive the degrees when the state camp is held In June at Camp Couchdale. Miss O'Neal president of the local chanter and Miss Mitchell Is president of the Mississippi County Federation of Future Homemakers of America.' The ' 'BlythevlUe Club has been very active this year and they have taken part In school projects, coo- IVrated with civic organizations end have Improved Home Economics Department. Colonel H. O. Learnard of Washington, D. c., was the weekend guest here of Mrs. Hattle Fisher and son, H. E.'(Bud) Fisher. Col Learnard wai military attache'to the American Embassy In London during the war and Is now on his way to South America. Jerry Haiey, student at Arkansas State College at Jonesboro, spent the weekend here as guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Haley. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Blakemors and children, will return home today from Covingloii, Term., where th«y .spent the weekend with relatives. Mrs. W.'c. Logsett and daughter, Mls.5 Louisa Lexnelt, Mrs. Bob Burns aiur" Mrs. Alice Wrimack spent yesterday in Oxlorcl, Miss., where they visited Mis. Leugeifs son, Charles Leggelt. who Is a student at the University of Mississippi. They were met there by Mr. and Mrs. Newell Brigham and daughter ol Oxford. Mr. and Mrs. William M. Banister spent the weekend in Oscco'.a as guests of Mr. Banister's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Fred Banist« and family. Mrs. Jim Burns left yesterday for Beaumont, Tex., where she wlil spend two weeks as guest of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Burns. Miss Wilrnn Douglas spent the weekend In Memphis as guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. MoDaniel. Miss Jo Aline Campbell, who is a student ai Southwestern University. Memphis, spent the weekend here as guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Campbell.' Mrs. Pnul Human and daughter, Marilyn Sue. returned home Friday night from Knoxvillu. Tcnn., whdre they spent the past, three weeks visiting relatives. • Mrs. Kendall Berry ims been admitted 10 Walls Hospital, where she will_ undergo treatment for several day's. Mrs. Murray McHnffey and daughter. Patsy Jane, spent Frid«y in Memphis, where Pntsy Jane con- iltl'.nd a skin specialist. Cadet A. a. Shlblcy Jr.. son of Mr. antl Mrs. A. G. Shiblcy. was one of » hundred cadeu io make the scholastic honor roll for the grade month of April, it was announced today by Major F. J. Mansion, dean of Kemper Military School. Mr. and Mrs. Don Haley visited relative.'! ,hi Paragould yesterday. Mr. 'and Mrs. Charles Holmes of Members of B. H. S. Honor Society MOKBAT, APKTL M, 1*4* Blytheville Pupil Wins High School Journalism Award Charles McDanlel, Junior in the Blythsville High School «nd «bri of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. McDanlel 710 South Lake street, pl» c w in three of the five events he entered atrUie (948 journalism and Debate pay. fit, Ihfi Arkansas State Colkee' m Jonesboro, It was announced; to- a The Blytlicvllle school paper the "Chickasaw" also received honorable mention. _. Cimrles placed first in newswrlt- Ing, second in copy reading and thirij In headline writing . Teams from all over Northeast | Ark»nsa» nuj go*tl»a»t MistouH took part ie a full day o< cocnp*- UUon, In which j«> high *oliool «tu- of tend the National' Conference Methodist Churches. Mrs. Lee- Maxwell, who Is a na- tient In the Methodist Hospital In Memphis, will be dismissed Wednesday. Her condition Is much improved. Pic ure above are member, of the Blj-llievlJl. High Schoo, National Honor Moiety Fit een.T hers ncludln,. eight seniors and seven Juniors, were Initiated Into the society la,™ F,l , ,1 '"T (front row: C. O. Redman, president; Bo bby Mullen, vice-president; Marian M yes ^'0^ V,°/' E rcBaurcr; Cha.te Henderson, reporter and Mary Morgan, historian. (Becond „£"' *"" "*" Jtu * Horaer - McUod. Gay G.rrigaa, Jimmy Lancashire. Carro.l Evans and Ver, 1 ON!,' Th, Monogh<ln ' A "" Trc ( .,ch:nann, char,,, McDaniel, Dick wihinms. Jimmy Lowe, and Mo e Sin±' S,""''' '" A "" C Lun, Peggy van Wiu.le, Arden F,, B ,, S on. Lloyd Koont* Roy Smith jimmv He" rv „ d fl T, D ° r Effle Lee Terrell Is the sponsor but Is not pictured. y " J ' Johnso »- (ONE'S Beauty Shop 111 North 2nd St. OPEN KVKN1NOS by' APPOINTMENT Operalors: Fiiynn Porltr Marie Mcl.eod Rodery Mildred Burnett I'hone 313Z Coming Events Social Calendar Tuesday Trl-Town Bridge Club being entertained at the Hotel Noble by Mrs. Gnrrnrd Caudill, La Nucve Club being entertained at the home of Mrs. Jack Thomas i Hale. Tuesday Bridge Club members meeting at the home of-Mrs, Lloyd Stlckmon. Wcdnesilny B. H. I. M. Club lichiR entertained nt the home of Mrs. Frcrt Bovett Jr. B. R. c. Cluu meeting at the home of Mrs. Earl Damon. Town anil Country Club members being entertained at the honu- of Mrs. J. c. Ellis Sr. Wednesday Bridge Club members meeting at the home of Mrs W. J. Pollnrd. Avalon Bunco Club being entertained nt the home of Mrs. Speck McGregor. Friendly Eight. Club members by — 2:30 p.m. foJIo'A-ed p.m. American Legion—8:00 p.m. Kin-anas Club—la:10 p.m. Lange PTA Executive Board— 2:30 p.m. followed by PTA—3:00 ^ Thursday Rotary Club— 12110 p.m. Chamber of Commerce Board Qiceo/a New« Directors — 2:30 p.m. of Condition of the Rev. L T Lawrence, who underwent a major operation last week at the Baptist Hos- pltnl in Memphis, is Improved. Dr. and Mrs. Mallory Harwell and children of Memphis spent Suudnv with their parents, Dr. and Mrs C M. Harwell and. Miss Nell Rhodes. Mrs. R. c. Hryan has returned to her home after spending two months in Daytona Bench, Fla. Mrs. Phil Burks an.1 sons, Phillip and John of Bedford, Va.. will, ar- the BEAUTY BAR Mrs. Norn Spradlcy. Owner ' Olencoe Hotel Building Phon« 3202 Margaret Dean Smith, Patty Lucy Operators Wn'terZe^^^r^^^ ™^' " "" *""^ ^ "' *' nHv/i<: nTIri fi-lmirlc 1.. TJI..»*.....:!<_ ' . .-' Trlen and Stccle, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd-Haralson and Ross Slevons spent, the weekend in August, Ark., as guests of Mrs. Haralsons sister, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Gregory. At The Hospitals Blrthtville HifeplUi Dismissed Mrs. H. C. Porter and baby, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed Mrs. Edna Driver, cltv. Dewey Cunningham, stcele Mn Wade Lee. city. Jerry Howcll, city. Mrs. Harold Beacham. city. Mrs. Dollie Stewart. Manila Mrs. Bowen Thompson. Ltixorn Mrs. Harold Young, Caruthcrs- vine, Mo. Monthly Social Is Held By Demonstration Club Mrs. N, C. Patterson and Mrs. Taft Metzger were hostesses when ihe Armorel .Home Demonstration Club had its monthly social Friday night In the school cafeteria. A fish dinner was served at long lables covered with white cloths and centered with bouquets of mixed Spring flowers. Members of the ichool- faculty were special guests. They inclmhrl Mr. and Mrs. R. W.. Nichols, M ; -. and Mrs. W. T. Pillow, Miss Cl^o Culver. Miss Marguerite Matthews and Mrs. Alice Womack. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Bunch of Yarbro were also .guests. The program lor the evening WHS climaxed with a Spring hat review, with Mrs. T. R. Watson and W. L. Smith winning prizes for having the most fashionable models. Osceo/o Events Tuesday Rotary Club members meeting at rive this week for VvU,Y"u,Y,V,"£'" the Masonic Hall at 12:10 p.m. 5 parents. Dr and M V C M H^' Concert, Southern Baptist Col- ' ' Har " lege Choir, First Baptist Church 7:30 pm. Club 48 being entertained at the home of Mrs Einmlt Dunn at 7'00 p.m. Wednesday Two Table Club meeting at the home of Mrs. Chtirles Lowrance T *. Thursday Club 17 being entertained nt the home or'Miss Elizabeth Bailoue at 7:00 p.m. Kin-ants Club members meeting W. N. Waggoner of Mayficld Ky is the guest of his son, W S Wag' goner and Mrs. Waggoner The Rev. H. j. Couchman. pastor of the First Methodist Church Jeft last night for Boston, Mass., to at- You Are Cordially Invited to Visit The Accessory Shop Feminine Apparel Mabel Hogan Jessie Srlte Hotel N,,ble Blrlg. 'Biyiheville, Ark. at the Grade School at 1:00 p.m. Read Courier News Want Atls. co-hostess. Thursday Thursday Contract Club members being entertained at the hom» of Mrs. R. L. Banister. Club Kight members being entertained nt the home of Mrs Rav Hall. ' ' Thursday -Luncheon Club members meeting at the home of Mrs I Harry Kti-by. I Jolly Eight Club members being! entertained at the home of Mrs I Richard Prichard. Friday Mrs. Paul Byrirni entertaining members of Hie c. B. C. Club 'at her home. Friday Bridge Club being entertained nt the home of Mrs. Tobv Long. Mrs. Jack Marsh cntertainm" members of Alpha Beta Bunco Club. Civic Calendar - . Monday Junior Chamber of Commerce— 7:00 p.m. ' Tuesday Lion's Club—12:15 p.m. Junior High PTA Executive Board Read Courier News Want Arts. Of Baby GIFTS Dnp«r ritirH and sack* $1.00 H«l<Ur. .$1.50; Laupdry Ba 9 $2.98 B <«9 $2.98 •• v $2.95 *ock*t) W0rm * r ftU " ^ C0r Ci9ar «"« «9httr THE TOT SHOP Designed Delicacy Genuine Brown Cobra Whitt Dotikin Sling Pump wmm I &. s ON I SHOES For quick contorting help for Backache Rheumatic Pains. Getting Ui> Nights, strong rloutlv nrl»2, Irritating passages. Leg Pair,*. circles under eves, and swollen ankles, rlnn to non-organic and non-systemic Kidney and madder troubles, try Cyir«x. Qulcfc. complete fiatislaction or money back Ruaranlecd. Ask your druggist (or CyitcK todar. GIRLS!! after entering WOMANHOOD Are you troubled by distress of female functional monthly disturbances? Doi»3 this make you suffer from pain, feel so nervouj, tired. weak—at such times? Then PO try Lydla E. Pinkhum's Vegetable Compound to rrllrve such symptoms. Famous io hnlp women troubled this \vayl Also a utomachlc tonic 1 'LYOIALPiNKHAM'SSo'u^ Plenty of Towels And fr*«h cotton* to,,; Smart Moth* Take. 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