The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 27, 1948 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 27, 1948
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rum .FOOT (AMC.T OWHW TTJHBAY, HAY *f, Phone 4461 Informal Tea Ii Given Honoring Mrs. Huffman : Un. Winnie Huffman, who for the lut X> yean haa been superintendent of tVw primary department of the First Baptist Church, was honored Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. H. Seeman, at 800 Walnut St., when workers '« the primary department entertained with a tea. Approximately 100 guests compos- td of-workers and pfflcers of the church, called between the hours of 4 and » o'clock. : The guests were received,In front of the fireplace in the living room by Mrs. Huffman, Alvln Huffman Jr., and the Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Brown. The fireplace, mantle was centered with a striking arrangement of Talisman roses and yellow tulips which reflected In thejarge mirror which] hung over the mantle. - The tea table wns covered with • cutwork linen cloth and centered with a low crystal lx>wl filled \yith • pink snapdragons ami bnby breath flanked by pink tapers burning In crystal candelabra, . An arrangement Identical to the one on the table was placed on Ihe buffet. Large floor baskets filled with mode orange and wygelia were also placed In the rtinlns room. -Mrs.'Alvln Huffman Jr., nnd Mrs. Eljie Brown presided over the refreshment table and were assisted by Mrs. W. Marion Williams, Mrs. Tom W. Jackson, Miss Barbara Monaghan, Miss Billy Jnne nodgers nnd Miss Catherine. Graham. Attractive arrangements of yellow tulips, Talisman roses, and gladioli were arranged In the living room. Mixed Spring flowers .were 'arranged throughout the home. Circle Meeting Held . ; By First/Baptist'W. M. U. ' The Woman's Missionary Union of Mrs. Green Is Honored At Informal Reception Mrs. William Orin Green Jr., ths former Miss Vcrnell O'Neal, was complimented with an Informal reception Saturday at the home of Mrs. F. M. Sweet in Manila. Guests called between the hours oj three and six. In the receiving line with Mrs. Sweet and the honoree were Mrs. William Orin Green, ST., and Mrs. John Charles Bright. Flowers in shades of Fink, yellow, blue and lavender were used In tha living room and music room of the home and an all white motif WHS carried out In the dining room. A striking arrangement of "white snapdragons, gladioli and carnations In crystal bowl centered the, dining table which was covered with ,a white lace cloth. Tall white tapers burning In branched candelabra lighted the room. The three- tiered white wedding cnke, topped with a. miniature bride and groom, was solved by Mrs. William Gary Fox, nnd Miss Peggy Downing pre- 1 sided at [lie punch bowl. They were assisted in serving by Mrs. W. O. Campbell, Mrs. Claude Crnin, Mrp, C. H. Ashbrantier and Mrs, L. ( E. Moblcy. A program of music was presented during the afternoon by Mrs. W. E. Lawhorn, Miss Ann McDermoVt and Miss Joan Perkins, vocalists, and Mrs. Martin Blerbaum, Miss PcsBy Ruth Bacon and Miss Dixie Pay Killiati organists. , The guest of honor was present- to r. corsage ol purple throated orchids by the hostess. Out of lowii guests from Blylhe- vllle were Mts. George W. Barham, Mrs, Kendall Berry, Miss Frances Bowen,- Miss Bettye Boyd, Miss Mary Gray, Miss Mary Ellen Hill, Mrs. George W. Pyles, Miss Prances Bright, Miss Monta Hughcj, Mrs. Adolph Montcy, Miss Cecil Cassidy, Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, Mrs. Lillian Frank, Mrs. A. E. Caldwell, Mrs. L. F. Hodge, Mr?. Bridge Club Entertained By Mrs. T. H. Caraway _ Mr*.' Wiiliam H. O'Kecfe wa» a guest yesterday when Mrs. T. H. Caraway entertained members of O, E., O. Bridge Club at her home on Hearn Street. Mri. M. H. McAdanu and Mist Grace Jennie Greenhaw of Jone»- Coming Evtmts First Baptists Social Calendar WediM«d*y B, H. T. M. Club being fntfrUln- *d >t th« hom« of Mri. Fred Bojr- ett Jr. B. R. a. Club meeting »t the home of Mri. Earl Damon. Town and Country Club m«m- bcrs being entertained at the home boro, spent the weekend here as I of Mrs. J. O. Ellis Sr. guest* of Mrs. Lucy McAdams and daughter, Jane McAdnnu. Alfred N. Williams has been admitted to the Blythevllle (|«piui where he will undergo treatment for During the afternoon when bridge • several dayt games were played, Miss Ilo. Rog-1 Mrs. J. T. Ashley 8r., returned ers won high and Miss Dorolhy Jean I home yesterday from Portagevllle. First Baptist- Church met in j Irby Hodge, Miss Evelyn Toirtllnson, [circle groups yesterday. | Mrs. Henry Loug> Miss Ramona Circle One met at Ihe home ol •Mrs. T. W. Jefferles with 11 mem- l>ers presenl. Mrs. Charles S. Lemons iconduclcd Ihe lesson study and prayers were offered ,by- Mrs. E. L. England, Miss Mildred Frank an:l Mrs. John Charles Bright. Quests from Dell were Mrs. W. A. Whistle, Mrs. W. O. Campbell, Mrs, I. D. McDermott and Miss Ann McDer- Stele and Miss Cordelia Wilhite. Imott. 'i Mrs. Roy Morris was hostess- all ... her. home to members of circle Two n In* \K t" ••with' 10 members attending. Mrs. Keglllai' DUSUieSS Meeting (Charles R. Newcomb gave the lesson! U 1J D.. §tudy and Mrs. W. M. Williams and ' lellj U J gave prayers. of Mrs, Russell Marr with 15 members Vr«sent. Mrs. IJoyd Stlckmon con- Ducted the lesson study and prayers .irere offered by Mrs. Tom Jackson and Mrs. -H. H. Brooks. | Mii.V'Melytn Halsell was hostess' mt tier, home to members of Circle The Women's Council of the First Christian Church met yesterday at the home of Mrs. A. R. Weteiikamp on N. Tenth for their April business meeting. Hostesses were Mrs. Wetcnkump, Mrs. James Terry and Mrs. Eric Whitlej >pic of the devotional given ny •Four with 11 members present. Mrs. 'Alvin Huffman Jr.* gave the mis- -*Ion'.study «nd prnyer? were given Tfiy Mrs: Shelburne Brewer'and Mrs. •Bertie Hawks.: ! Circle ! Flve the home of jMrn. I.,-L. I DeSha»o with' 15 mem- ; bers attending. Tyjrs..Walter Bishop Mo., where she had spent several days as guest of her daughter, Mrs. John R. Wall, Mr. Wall and daughter, Kathy Marie. Miss Edna Lovett and Miss Annie ou Lovetl were in Memphis Sunday where they visited with their sisters, 'Mrs Claude Barr and Mrs. Ralph Barr and families. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Young an-1 son, James spent the weekend in Jackson, Tenn,, as guest of his par- o __________ _ ^ cuts, Mr. and Mrs. T~ H. Young." j Club Eight members being enter- Miss Emily Wixson of Memphis and formerly of Blytheville has been appointed editor of the Memphis Market News of the business tragic paper published by the Commercial Appeal and the Memphis Press Scimitar. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Sale left today Jor Van Buren, Ark., where Mr. sale will be connected with the S. J. Cohen Construction Co. Hlgglnson, brldgo. Bouquets of roses and Iris were arranged throughout the home. The hostess served refreshments. • * * Birthday Party Is Given Honoring Joe Lynn Atkins Joe Lynn Atkins, who celebrated his second birthday yesterday, was honored with a party at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Atkins on w. Ash St. There were 17 guests with their mothers present. During the afternoon, games were played and colored film pictures were taken of the group. Each guest was presented a favor. Ice cronm nnd cnkfi were served by the hostess. * - • • At The Hospitals Blyllu-vllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. LeHcy Huddlcston, city. Baby Saliba, Steelc, Mo. Mrs. J. C. Beckman, Dell. Pamela Ann Fowler, city. Mrs. oJscphlne Wert, city, Mrs. C. A. Richards, city. Walls Hospital ' Dismissed: Puett Boyette, city. M. A. Jeflries, Ctecle, Mo. Mrs. Kendall Berry, city. Mrs. Kuf: Lewis, Manila. Mrs. Will Maxwell, city. • * * Miss Stephan to Present Students in Piano Recital Miss Edith Stephan will present some of her plnno students In a recital Thursday evening. 8:00 o'clock at the Woman's Clubhouse. The Following- pupils will participate on the program, Jerry Berry, Patricia Gall Brogdon, Wayne Crouch, Mary Lou Garnett, Laura Alice Hcmby, Betty Nell Holland, W. L. Horner Jr., Anne Carol King James Earl Lancashire, Rosemary ^^ Monagham, Shirley Mullen, Melba i ^me oValHy'other"'than' heTlooks. Monoghan, Shirley Mullen, Melba! -Hoyce Woods, Mary Alice WiOicn Wednesday Bridge Club members meeting it th« home of Mri. W. J. Pollard. Avalon Bunco Club being entertained at the home of Mrs. Specie McGregor. Friendly Eight Club members meeting at the home of Mr«. H. A. Jones. i Chapter D, P.E.O. Sisterhood meeting at the home of Mrs. W. I. Denton with Mrs. A. B. Fairfleld as co-hosless. Thursday Thursday Night Club members meeting at th* home of Mrs. T. A. Bell. Thursday Contract Club members being enlertalned at the, home of Mrs. R. L. Banister. lained at the home of Mrs. Hay Hall.' Thursday Luncheon Club members meeting at the home of Mrs. Harry Klrby. Jolly Eight Club members being entertained at the home of Mrs Richard Prlchard. Hear Minister from Littlt Rock *pe»kln« before a near capacity audience, Dr. R. O. Campbell, visiting evangel Lit from the First Baptist Church in Little Rock, delivered tils fir*t mesaage of the revival serf* now in progress at the First Baptist Church, iMl night. Dr. Campbell spoke on "God's fc- timat* of Man," Dr. Campbell based hl» metsagt on Paalm 8, and stressed the Idea that God aee* more in man than • ny body else; Ood has done more for man than anybody else; and Ood expect* more from man than anybody eUe "Ood •*** 'in man the ability to overcome hta handicap* and make himself felt to the ends of the earth," Dr. Campbell said. In opening his message Dr. camp- bell suggested that the people wishing to make a success of a revival should accept as a motto. "I e» n do anything r want to do, If I want to do It bad enough; providing I do not^want to do something else Both Dr. Campbell, and Ralph T>. Churchm, music director from the Southwestern Baptist Seminary, at Fort Worth, commented on the unusually large attendance o( the junior boys and girls. The junior choir ?.","?• ,!"! tle . r _, the .<?<«<-"°n of Mr. Inttallation Services H.ld by D«// W. M. U. Installation «ervic« for officer* of Circle one and TWO ol the Women's Missionary Union of the Dell Baptist church were held Sunday night a.t the church. The officers enttrel an acrhway of service before lighting their candle* of service. The archway was covered* fe> purple and whit* with th« words "Service" over th« top and wu flanked by large whit* baskets filled with purple and whlt« flowers, Solt organ music could be heard throughout, the church during th* services. Ray Morgan closed the meeting with special music. The Churchill, before the services The revival will dose May 2 and Ladies Bible class of the tn e theme for the week's services is •"""•'-' •- "• • First Methodist Church will have a Mr. and Mrs. Alfred N. Williams I Covered Dish Supper at the church had as their guests Sunday, Mr. Williams' sister, Mrs. D. E, Young and Mr. Young of Osceola. Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Daws and daughter, Miss Willagene Daws spent the weekend in Halls, Tenn;, visiting relatives. They were accompanied home by Mr. Daws' brother, Clyde Daws who will visit here with them for several days. Condition of Mrs. J. LeRoy Huddleston who was dismissed from tha Blytheville Hospital today after undergoing treatment for two weeks is satisfactory. Mis. M. George, Mrs. Fred Saliba and Miss Selma Saliba of Blytheville. and Mrs. N. Koury and daughter. Miss Olga Koury of Ktcelc, Mo., left Sunday for Dothiin, Ala., to attend funeral services of Raymond Sciliba, who was drowned Saturday in tlie Warrior River near Tuscaloosa, Ala. nt 6:30 p. m. The Ladies Bible Clflss of the wftv Do you iuff«r from hot flMh**, ntrroui, ItrlUblc cl&mmy f«*ll du« to the functlonAl 'mlddl«-««* period peeulUr to women (M-W yn.) ? Then DO try Lyd In E J*lak tu.m c v««et»bl€ Compound to relieve luch •Tmptocni! It itso hn what Docton call ft itom*chic tonic «ff«ctL THAT'S ON YOUR p m. and "Christ Is the Answer." The Rev. E. c. Brown, pastor of I the First Baptist Church, announced I that weekday services will include First Methodist Church will have morning services at 7:25 and "Suna Covered Dish Supper at the dfV School at Night chinch at, 6:30 p.m. Mrs. Paul Byrum entertaining members of the C. B. C. Club at P- m her home. Friday Bridge Club being enter-/ ' taiired at the home of Mrs. Toby] Commutes M IVar, ^s. Jack Marsh entertaining | to K?S^^ w N& . then the regular services at 7-30 The Junior Choir also meets at 7 Marsh Alpha Beta Bunco We the Women Some things are irue of most; women. For Instance: ' Most women don't enjoy hearing : a good-looking woman praised for ' Directors—2:30 p.m.' Jack members of Club. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will meet at the Colonial Room of the Hotel Noble at 2:30 p.m. for the Pledge* Ritual and Ritual of Jewels Degree. • • • Civic Calendar Tuesday American Legion—8:00 p.m. Wednesday Klwonas Club—12:10 p.m. Lange PTA Executive Board—| 2:30 p.m. followed by PTA—3:00 Thursday Rotary Club—12:10 p.m. Chamber of Commerce Board of from nearby Boonton, N. J., for more than 50 years on the Lackawanna Railroad. He started commuting in 1808, when he was 17 years old. Since then he has never missed buying • monthy commutation ticket. lONE'S Beauty Shop 111 North 2nd Si. , OPEN EVENINGS by APPOINTMENT ' Operators: Fayon Porter Marie McLeod Rodery Mildred Burnett Phone 3I3J th« BEAUTY BAR Mr«. Nora Spradtey. Owner G!encO€ Hotel Building Phon« 3202 Margaret D«an Smith, Patty Lucy Operators You /re Cordially Invited to Visit The PHONOGRAPH NEEDLE Pr«ei»ion Economy and Anita Elizabeth Wroten. ! Mrs. L. L. Ward was "Consider the ' Lilies". Mrs. Rupert Craftop, presided during the business session, at which time plans were made for the' observing of Family week to be held in the church. Plans were also dis- .^._ ^. ^ iftij f cussed lor the entertaining of iVia Igave the devotionaland't^e" mis'-i Blytheville Council ol Church Wor 'p\on study was • taught by MrsJ men on May 1, when they will ob- Most women need to have at, least one woman friend with whom they can discuss men's faults and i shortcomings. Most women get real enjoyment out of changing a man's mind for him, without letting him know that he is being influenced. Most women think they are in- Seniors at Shawnee Present Class Play "Girl Shy", a three-net comedy ..„„„ .,„._ .... ... by Katherinc Kavanaugh was pre- I fallible when It comes to sizing up sented by the senior class in the another woman. Shawnee High . School auditorium Jvf os t women reaent a man's thlnk- at Joiner, recently, under the dir- ing'he can'tell them anything at direction of Mrs. George Culllns all about running a house, and W. C. iRook. I Most women art insulted if a Billy Ralph was cast as the girl- man questions their taste when it shy college boy, Tom, and Carolyn'.comes to selecting clothes or home Lautierciate, as the rich college furnishings pharles penn, Mrs. G. V. Daws and, Mr». Ii c. Brown offered prayers. .!• M? 5 . J. E. McFall was hostess at her. home to members of Circle Six ,wlth 15 members attending. Mrs. O. M. Smart gave the mission study «nd prayers were offered by Mrs. .8. P. Lee and Mrs R. O. cash. ( Refreshments ^rere served nt each meeting. < • • • Baptist Girls Auxiliary Meets With Mrs. Brewer Member* of the Intermediate Girls Auxiliary of the First Baptist phurch met yesterday at the home „. , of Mrs.' Shelburne Brewer, who is I church. servo their "May Fellowship Day." The meeting was dismissed with the missionary benediction. The home was decorated with vases of roses in various colon*, white Dutch iris and other Spring flowers. The hostesses served a frozen saint! with coilee. Mrs. Newson Is Hostess To Dell Baptist W. M. U. Mrs. "uriell Newsom was hostess lust night at her home to members of Circle Two of the Women's Mis- Mama Knows Best Most women are sure they know girl, was In the lead female role. Bo Higgmbotham played the part) „„„„ _._ _ ...„, of Tom's father, and Carolyn, better than their husbands what Tom's domineering aunt, was play- j s Dcst (or their children. I ert by Margaret Smith. • | Most nomen consider other peo- : Others in the play were Oke p i e ' 5 children a nuisance. • Stimson, by Edgar Tippltt; Slyvia j Most women believe they look ! Webster, played by Juanity Bowls; I younger than they are. • Dean Mnrlow by Aaron Berry; I Most women are Impressed by ; Peaches Carter by Jimmy C. Smith ' — Asma. by Vickie Ford; Birdie La-' her Illness. Osceolo Event* Tuesday I Concert, Sotvhern Baptist Col- j lege choir. First Baptist Church 7:30 pm. Club 48 being entertained at the home ol Mrs Emmlt Dunn at 7:00 • p.m. Wednesday Two Table Club meeting at the home o( Mrs. Charles Lowrance T> -. Thursday Club 17 being entertained at the home of Miss Elizabeth Balloue at Kiwaiils Club members meeting 'at the Grade School at 7:00 p.m. I Friday ' High School Band ConcerU-*:M p.m. Just received shipment of APEX WASHERS $139.95 E. B. GEE SALES CO. 117 N. Second St. Phon. 2026 slonary . union of labels. Most, women find it hard to resist a marked-down price lag. Most women remember a slight far longer than they remember a favor and are far more anxious to FEATURING LUNCHES from 650 up In Our Air-Conditioned Dining Room HOTEL NOBLE Coffee Shop verne, by Margaret Brownlee; Al-1 Funeral arrangements are In- i pay back the former. Ired Tennyson Murgatoyd, by complete, but it is expected that '. Most women honestly believe they Frank Mooring: and Chuck Mayo, ^ burial will be In Little Rock. are different from most women. played by Walter Glover. ' "Milady and Her Moods", featuring Erma Drewry, Henri Grossman, Lonnie Johnson, Faye Adams their sponsor. There were seven members, one new member Barbara Bmith and two visitors, EltzabDlh jFowIer and Emily Sue Damon, who fxe Junior G.A.'s, present, i Following, the Business session, presided over by Beverly Jones. president, Mrs. Brewer reviewed Ihe liist two chapters of the book, "Ice- Cutter." ^ A pot luck supper was served at ,fhe .• close of the meeting, after which the group attended the revival service at the First Baptist Church. Group singing opened the meeting and Mrs. Malcom Griffin gave the opening prayer. The devotional was given by Miss Joyce Gill and the program was conducted in the form of a quiz on the standards of excellence. Dell Baptist j and Helen Haskctt was presented between acts. Remember Rolhrock's for PRESCRIPTIONS PHOKE 4451* Sister of Blytheville Man Dies in Memphis Mrs- Abbott Cone, sister of B. . G. West of Blytheville. died at her , Plans were made during the bus- I home In Memphis at 3 a. m. today j mess meeting for the banquet lo be] M r . West was in Memphis at the given for the Young Women's Auxt- ] u me Ol her dealh. having left here liary of the church, Mrs. Braxton Gill' dismissed Ihe meeting with prayer and the hos- less served refreshments. Study Program Is Held By Lake Street W. S. C. S. The Women's Society ot Christian Service of Ihe Lake Street Methodist Church met at She church yesterday atlernoon 2:30 o'cloik for a mission study. Mrs. L. E. Baker of the First Saturday when he received word of RADIO • Operating •Writing 98% Placement S.I. Approved »«i»d wxpon b.Jow *«t Ml Mormntkxt SCHOOL OF BROADCASTING • •MrHI*, TKNKEISK ICHOOL Of 8ROADCASTIN6, WI Unten. M"," W««w swtd Methodist Church gave tne study Irora tile -book "Committed Unto Us". Mrs. \v. L. Green gave the devotional and Mrs. Qeorge Stilwcll presided over Ihe business session. Refreshments were served to the members and one guest, Mrs. Earl Williams, who attended. IN Elliott Johns, Prop. .FOR REFRESHMENT AT ANY TIME! Our Restaurant Has Been Redecorated For Your Comfort JOHNS CAFE 409 West Main Don't Forget Mother's Day At Kirby's HALLMARK Greeting and Gift Enclosure Cards STATIONERY Montag's New Designs Notes and Letter Size WHITMAN CANDY Bath Powder - Cologne - Perfume in TABOO - TWEED - BLUE GRASS - LUCIEN LELONG - YARDLEY Prescription filling i» the most Important part of our business. Registered Pharmacists carefully nnd accurately compound your prescription from the freshest slocks at guaranteed best prices. See your doctor," then see us. Save with safely. CREAM Pints Vanilla 25e flavors 3Of Accessory Shop j Feminine Apparel • Mabel Hogan Jessie Srlte ! Hotel Noble Bldg. | Blytheville, Ark. ' ' Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office" Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 Last Time Today ^ T»urJAMK'TWM K Mod" R08ERT JOYCE HUUONMDt In Blu« Calf $10.95 In Black Patent $10,95 Family Shoe Store 312 W. Main Blytheville _, C£OL XELIAWW- ERHS1 «UQ FREDERICK De CORDOVA Selected Short Subjects Continuous Showing Every Day Wednesday & Thursday UNA TURNER A METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER PICTURE Selected Short Subjccls ConlintlnuB Showinff Every Oaf Bon Office Opens S:30 Show SUrts 6:15 Opens Sunday 1:00: SUrts 1:1} Continuous Shows Sat- A Sun. Bargain Nlshl Every Night Except Saturday >'• passes honored on Sunday * Hoxy Theatre Tuesday and Wednesday f SelMttd Short Subjects Continued Showing Everyday ,t

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