The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 3, 1948 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 3, 1948
Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLB fARK.V COURIER NKWS oce ty * Phone 4461 Mi« Wanda Long Is Wed $1 Afternoon Ceremony I Miss Wanda Le« Long, daughter ot Mr. ana, Mrs. T. B. Long, became the bride of Harold Doyle, son of Mrs.' Cecil Prultt, in a ceremony «c4nnnit*d yeaferday at the New I^b-ito B«ptiit Church at 3 o'clock. (Th* Rev. RuMell Durfer pastor, officiated-at the double ring rites in the presence of a few relatives. > The bride, wore a Carlye origin-'' at pink linen fashioned with white embroidery and a matching pink draw hat trimmed with pink roses and . pink veiling. Her accessories yer« in-white ant! she pinned a whit* orchid at her shoulder. t Mrs. Jtise Subaiik-s served her sUter matron of honor. S'.vj wore a frock o'f blue trimmed wi'.h whit*. embroidery and her acccs- iorits were In black. Her corsage wax of yellow rose buds, i Jesse Eubank! served Mr. Doyle tc best man . j Immediately following the ceremony, the couple left on n hrlof wedding trip, alter which they will return here to make their home. i Mrs. Dojle was graduated from Burdette H;gh School and is employed by Sullivan-Nelson Chevrolet Company. i Mr. Doyle graduated from De;l High School and U now employed fcy the Texas Company here. Miss Petty Is Honored erie Shower Linger Pi Beta Phi Alumni M*cts With Mr*. Woodruff OSCEOLA, Ark., May 3.—PI Beta Phi Alumni Club met Friday night nt the hume of Mrs. Ralph Woodruff to celebrate Founder's Day with ft "cookie shine." Mrs. Lloyd Godley, president, was in charge of the business meeting and Mrs. D. Pied Taylor Jr., was program leader. All members participated on the program. The dining room table held a bouquet of red roses and blue candles bin-nine in crystal candelabra. Members attending were Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Snni Hodges, Mrs. Woodruff, Mrs. Godley. Mrs. Dime Fergus. Jeanette Simpson, Mrs. Jack Thomas Hale of Blytheville and Mrs. Mallory Harwell of Memphis. Bits of News State Meeting to Be Held by Church Women The SlnCe Convention of (he State Council of Church Women of Ark- p ,.i,i n v f™n, n t"a' i" T "~",~ ansas will be held on May 12 nn<] , , ? from ' ? l s l )fl "B-S wllc "> "e ------ * htul been for the past three weeks P. D. Foster Jr., who Is a student »l Mississippi Slsle College. Starkville, spent the weekend here as Sliest of his lamlly. Misses Ted and Ruth Owen of Memphis spent the weekend her* with their brother, Jack Owen anil Mrs, Owen. Mrs. Russell Phillips left Saturday tor Nashville, Tenn., where she will spend a week BS guest of her sister, Mrs. Pall I Knight. , Mrs. B. A. Lynch Is III at her home t HIS West Main SI, Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Hardnway and family had as Iheir weekend RUcsls Mr. and Mrs. W. H. DeMiith find family of Memphis. H. C. Blankenshlp returned home 13. in Hot Springs, Ark. Principal speakers at tills meeting will be. Dr. Mai-ion Hoggs of Little Miss Polly Puckett of Memphis, -WHS the weekend gucsl of Mr. and Rock. Mrs. M. S. Moore, secretary Mrs. Walter Day nnd Mason Day. son will conduct a workshop. Honor Students Selected For Dyess High School Mr. and Mrs. Henry Uodd of Jonesboro. were the weekend guests here of-Mrs. Do.'d's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. O. Reeves and son, Wnde Jr. Mrs. Elmer Crawford returned to < tUtt Vlrlan Petty of Luxora. bride-elect of William Crockell, also Ift Luxora, was honored Friday night when, Mrs. R. C. West and Mrs. Xdlth Permenter complimented her with a lingerie shower at the home j High School ami Miss Kathyrn i and famllv a Mrs. West on Davis Street.. (Wilson, daughter of Mr. nnd M s J FrcX and Otto Bevel I rMnmn,. Dunn* the evening when party E. Wilson salutatorian, it »,„ n.Jto their^on,e°, Manila today "'by Lowell K. ORrien ( ter spending Ihe weekend here ns i guests of their grandparents, Mr. active ' nnd Mrs. Fred Boyett Sr. m™ T n .... . IYlr5 ' timer tjrawiord returned to Mrs Ivallne McMInn, daughter of her home In Alton. III., today after fleeted »f v I , : T!""' T " CC " I SPCIltllllB Se ™'' al d "> >s >'"' ** «'"" ?? £ * , valedicatorlnn of Dyess 'of her sister, Mrs. Flovd Rector iHih Scho . tames were played, Mrs. Boyd Tom- Ilnson, Mrs. Donald Waller and Miss Evelyn Tomlinson won prizes. . Attractive arrangements of talisman and American Beauty Roses, mock orange and iris were arranged throughout the home to form a Betting for the affair. Re/reshmenlj of party foods, punch and Individual cakes Inscrlb- MK Miss f , , J ' C in has been Rc "" fcllr high school and served ns secretary of the annual staff. She also has taken an active part In 4-H club . , . ' ! T »»> L'«Ie Jr.. arrived home yes- i ___ i _ . . , ' . . ./*— work. She next Fall Miss Wilson served lilans to enter college as secretary ed "Bill and Vivian" were served. of (he DVCS.S 4-H Club for two years Out of town guests were Mrs. W.' nllt l has been active in nil school T, Story and Miss Betty Lou Story activities. of Sleele, Mo. • Sam Lewers Is Honored With Birthday Dinner Mrs. Sam Lewers entertained yes- • terday with horn was Guests were Bai Anderson and Mr. Anderson, of Barr. i * rort "°' M ° n Dl « $ '" OSCEOLA. Ark.. May 3— Funeral tcrday from (lie Memphis Methodist Hospital, where he hud been undergoing plastic surgery on an eye lor several days. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Akin and children. Jjrmny and Bcnrjy. spent last week in Memphis. Term., and Enrle. Ark., where they visited Iricnds a:,el relatives. Wilbur Wahl and flea Wahl returned to their homes here yesterday from Evansvllle, 111., where they attended funeral services Thursday for their cousin. Ralph Swope, wno died lui'sti.iy afternoon. C. C. IxiiiBston and daughter, Mary Ellin, and Mrs. Tetinye Cole of Memphis, were the weekend guests here of Mr. Langston's daughters, Mrs. Cevil W rot en and family ana Mrs. O. O. Poetz and family. Mrs. Mary Moose of Memphis, ar- Looxahoma, Miss., Lowrey L. Lewers and family . . , C1 ' nrlcs J ' Qwallncy, Jr., of of Memphis. • . . • • • Dinner Party Is Given Honoring Sonny Riales Sonny Riales, celebrated his 17th birthday last night when his mother Mrs. Russell E. Wales complimented him with a dinner party at their home oh North Sixth Street The dinner was served at the dining room table which was covered with a linen ctoth and centered with a novel arrangement of Spring flowers. & ^.Guests for the affair included. Bill Allen Bracey, Bill Doodiin. R. c. Jr., Billy Sam Beryman, Wade Reeves Jr.. James Westbrook, Jimmy Henry. Stanley Rowan. Buddy Halsell, R. A. Friend and Donald Huey • * • Mrs. Fred Boyett Jr. Complimented At Shower her Mrs. Fieri Boyett Jr., was honored Friday afternoon when Mrs Ployd Rector complimented with a s.iowcr at her home on s Highway 18. During the afternoon when party games were played, Mrs. Ebb Reynolds. Mrs. Elmer Crawford of Alton, ill, ,.vho»!s visiting her sister Mrs. Rector, anti Mrs. Earl Damon won prizes. Bouquets of iris, roses and other , j •-• --.-'niphls, Dave Owallney of Osceola, and Mace Qwallney of Kennell, Mo. Infant Cook* Buried .,,< ,.i, r if M " i. , rV ' CS . '° r CBroll '"= «' Mr. and 1331 Ash. were conducled al Luxora Cemetery Friday afternoon by the Rev J. H. Hill, pastor of the Baptisl Church of Luxora. the weekend In Crawfordsville, Ark., visiting fne:ids and relatives. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Thompson Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thomoson Jr., «nd son. Michael, Mr. avid Mis. J. T. Sykcs and daughter, Anita, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Moore were in Oxtord, Miss., yesterday to altcnd funeral services for Ciovis Lee Sykc.s, son of -Mr. anil Mrs. D. L. Sykes of Oxford. They were met in Memphis and accompanied there by Mr. and Mrs. Fred C--' --••' ana sons. Mrs. J. A. Leech has returned fvo:;i a week's visit In Lynchburg. Va., where she was the ville. and Mr. and Mrs. M. c. Coosc of Lirxora. Holt Funeral Home was in charge. Mrs. Cou!;c has been removed M iier home from the clinic and hi-r condition a reported as satisfactory. ANNOUNCEMENT The Young Women's Missionary Society of the Nazarcne Church will present a program at the church Wednesday night at 7.--15 p. m Mrs O. E^Hanner and Mrs. Ira Gaincs will be in charge of the music. Sprint; llosers were throughout the home. Refrc.ihmcnu ol a sandwic.i plate .md coffee were served. nproved. Mrs. Frank Turck Is critically ill arranged DANCE TUESDAY NIGHT Dane* to the Rhythm of the 5 Piece RHYTHMAIRES On Our New HarnVood Floor At ln« Newly Decorated Throughout TWIN GABLES NIGHT CLUB J. J. HARGETT, Owner 905 N. Sixth Phone 3984 for Reservations Columbia Records Thr Dtsert Song—DcrinU Morgan Danish Sonjtv— I.auriU Mckhior Let's Put Out Hit l.ijhls— .lane Russell Recital of .Modern MUslc— Oscar Levant The Sluilciit rrinre— Nrlson Eddy and Rim. Strvrns Violin Rfcltnl—Zfno Tr»n- reseattl OrjjAii Music—Don Rakfr Sonjs of the KmeraM Isle —.Morton l)owr*y Sonjn of Erin—Kale Smith Carle Comes Cjllinj— Frankle Carle l-'or Von Alone—Ruddy Clark Naughty Bfl'%—Rejlrice Kay J*7,i As 11 Should B(- riajtd —Blx Btldcrbecke Slfmovlal Album—H«l Kemp Maskale—Marck Weber ADAMS APPLIANCE COMPANY 20fi-08 W. Main f'h. 2071 Coming Events Social CaUndar Monday St. Stephen* Episcopal Auxiliary will meet al the home of Mr.. Arthur Vance In Armorel «t 8:00 p.m. Wesleyan Guild of the First Melh- odlist meeting at.the home of Mu Vance Henaer«on at 7:30 p.m. Alpha Alpha Chapter of Bela Sigma Phi meeting nl the home of Mlste* iva and Ruth Seay on Chick- atawbH Avenue at 7:30 p.m. Trl-Towu Bridge Club being cn- '.ertalned at Ihe home df Mrs. Rus£ell H. Parr. Tuesday Bridge Club members meeting al the home of Mrs. Max B. Reid. L« Nueve Club being entertain.^ at. the home of Mrs. N. J. Jerome. Wednesday B, H. 1. JJ. Club members being iiiU-i'tnincd al the home ol Mrs. Leon Scherer. B. R. c Club rneellng al Ihe home of MIS R. A. Copeland. Town and Country Club being en- lertalned al the home of Mrs J S Kills Sr. Avalon Bunco Club being entertained at Ihe home ol Mrs Eddie Ford Jr. TliuriiLiT Thursday Mght Club'meeting at the home of Mrs. J. A. Sallba. Jaycectlcs meeting al i : oo p.m. in Ihe Jaycce Clubroom for a pot luck siippe:. Tmnsday Luncheon Club meet- Ing at lire home of Mrs. R. F. Klr.yliner. Friendly Eight club being entertained at tl,e home ol Mrs. Clyue Eldririge. Jolly ElKhl Club meeting al Ihe home of Mrs. Wendell Eaton. Club Eight members being entertained at the home of Mrs. O o Poetz 'Xllil-Week Club being entertained at the home of Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Friday Alpha Beta Bunco Club being entertained at the home o! Mrs Lane Nowell. - Mrs. Cornelius Scherer enter- lalning. members of the C. B c Club at her home. Friday Bridge club being entertained at the home of Mrs. Fan-is McCalla. Alpha Delta Chapter ot Beta Sigma Phi will meet at Ihe home o! Mrs. R. w. Becker on 519 North Division St. Blythevillc Council of Church Women will observe "May Fellowship Day 'at 10:03 a.m. at the First Christian Church. This will be ali all dny meeting. • * • Civic Calendar Monday Jr. Chamber of Commerce Board Directors 7:30. Tuesday Lions Club Falher & son Banquet. 7:CO American Legion 8:00 American Legion Auxiliary 8:00. Wednesday Klwnnls Club Hotel Noble 12:15. Thursday Rotary club Hotel Noble 12-18 Friday Institute, Dr. Jarvis 1:00, Hotel Noble. Beach Headliners MONDAY, MAY S, 1941 ' At The Hospitali HonplUl Dismissed: Mrs. G. R. Nave, city. Jackie Martin, Holland, Mo. Murdaugh » nd Mrs. E. J. Heaton, city. Mrs. J. W. Buford and b«by city Wall. Hospital ' ' Dismissed: ^ Mrs. C. C. Clark and baby, Steel* Mr,. Wesley stalllngs. Rte. 1 city Mrs. D H. Foreman. Luxoro. Mrs. Johnny Hlckman city, Mrs. DurreU Deberry and baby (ONE'S Beauty Shop 111 North 2nd St. OPEN EVENINGS by APPOINTMENT Operators: Kayon Porter Marie Mcl.eod Kuderr Mildred Burnett Phoni 313* Hi"li st\led \un sturles include chui lieu leghorn puke bonnet, left, frln»cil raffia straw hat, center, shown with matching beach bay, and friiigeri rough straw cloche, inset lop right. Osceo/o Events Tuesday notary Club meeting at the Masonic Hall at 12:10 p.m. Progressive Club meeting al the Community House at 2:30 p.m. Workers Council, First Baptist Church, 6:30 p.m. Thursday Phtlathea Class of the First Bap- 1st Church and Flannlgan Class of First Methodist Church having- a class party at Ihe Baptist churcn at '1:00 p.m. All day rally at Ihe First Christian Church beginning at 10:00 a.m. and will continue through -J:45 p.m. A youth banquet will be held at 6:Cfl p.m. Friday Junior Play In the high school auditotlum at 7:3o p.m. Theodore Roosevelt was the first President of the United States to set loot on foreign soil while in office. The birds* nests used by the Chinese in making soup are about the size of nn oyster shell. Thirty- two of them weigh a pound. We the Women By Ruth Millet! NBA Staff Wrller A woman delegate to a recerl conference on women sponsored by the Women's Bureau of the Department of Labor branded as "ba- .oney" another woman delcgate'-i statement that some women get creative satisfaction out of cooking. Of course, women get a creative satisfaction out of cooking. Why do food columns in newspapers and magazines have such a devoted following? Why do cookbooks sell year alter year? Why do women trade recipes? Why do .they constantly experiment with basic recipes—changing them with a dash of this and a touch of that? Why do they spend a day on a company dinner 11 there's no creative satisfaction in putting on tlw table a dcilclou* dinner, beautifully served? Why do they beam so proudly when their husbands praise a meal or a woman guest mays, "I'd love in the Walls Ho.;pltal. Mrs, W. L. Smith returned to her home Saturday from Memphis, where she had been undergoing treatment for a week at the Baptist Hospital. Her condition is improved. FEATURING - - LUNCHES from 65l up In Our Air-Conditioned Dining Room HOTEL NOBLE Coffee Shop 'A. White & Black Sling Pump . $9.95 All White Kid Sandal $9.95 to have that recipe." A Creative Ability Why do they hate to serve lliL-ir bridge loursome an nngel food cake that isn't as light as it should be? Why did they ship during the countless packages of cookies made by then- own hands to Iheir men overseas? The answer lo all those question? is the same. A woman takes pride in her cooking ability. For her n, is R creative activity, and she gets real satisfaction not only from preparing a favorite dish for her family or her friends, but from their enjoyment of it and from their praise. ' Shows Every Day - Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 USTKN TO KLCN 8:011 a.m. i;>:45 p.m. <:M p., KITCHIH , •K.UorM*.^*, 0 ' GOVERNMENT SALE ONE SURPLUS CHAPEL BUILDING AND S.OOZ ACRES OF LANI> (For on-sile use only) Located at BLYTHEVILLE ARMY AIRFIELD BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS Applications for purchase of this chapel building with Us presently j contained fixtures now located at' the above slle for use as a shrine or memorial to World War n dead, or as a denominational house oj worship, Is invited on nn "as is. where is" basis, and briefly described as follows: One Chapel Building No. 5-99, • Type CH-1. size 37' X 81', with wing I In rear for heating room, together with 3.002 acres of land and underlying utilitites, frame construction, wood floor, also presently Installed fixtures, heating and electrical equipment. Electric organ, if any, is not included. HOW-WHEN-AND WHERE TO BUY Applications must be submitted on special forms obtainable from the Office named below. This form describes the property, states the terras ! nnd conditions of sale and provides instructions on how to purchase i THIS OFFERING IS SUBJECT TO ' THE FOLLOWING PRIORITIES IN ORDER LISTED: 1. Federal Government Agencies 2. Reconstruction Finance Corporation (For resale to small business) 3. State and Local Governments 4. Non-Profit Institutic--.s THESE PRIORITIES WH,t, EXPIRE AT 9:00 A.M.. CST, .MAY M, m« A priority, second only to Federal Oovernment Agencies above, will be granted to priority claimants qualifying under the provisions of Public Law 280. 80th Congress (McMahon-Baldwin Act). Items currently being purchased by the Federal Government for National Defense are subject to withdrawal up to time of a commitment for sale. Fissionable materials such as uranium, thorium, and other materials defined In Executive Order 9303 (12 Fed. Reft. 82231. together with entry, prospecting, mining, and removal rights, will be reserved to the grantor. Applications from all others will be received at the War Assets Administration. Office of Real Property Disposal. North American Aviation Plant "B". Grand Prairie. Texas, until 0:00 A.M.. CST June 3. 1913. Inspection of the property may be arranged with the Onffice named below or the Resident Manager on the Site, 8:00 A.M. to 4:30 '\M., Monday through Friday. For f required application form and for further information address the Office shown below. This advertisement is not a basis for negotiation and War Assets Administration reserves the right to consider nil bids in the light of the applicable objectives of the Surplus Property Act, and to reject any or all proposals. WAK ASSETS ADMINISTRATION OfTirc of Prapcrl.v Disposal Grand Prairie Regional Ofticc Region 7 P. O. I)ov 6030 • Dallas 2, Texas Last Timt Today ,. It Had to Be You with Ginger Rosen anit Cornel Wilde Paramount News and Shorti Continued Showing Everyday Tueeday UNIVERSAL-IHTERIMTJONAl PICTURE Coming Soon at Popular "DUEL IN THE SUN" with Gregory Peck A Jennifer Jones. Box Office Opens 6:30 Show Starts 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. & Sun. Barcain Night Every Night Except Saturday ^k i\o passes honored on Sunday Jff • Koxj Theatro Last Time Today (Double Feature) Sea of Grass wit.i Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy San Quentin with Lawrence Tlcrne.r Fox News and Selected Shcirt Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBI.F, FKATUHE i You Are Cordially i Invited to Visit i: SHOES III HUBBARD & HOKE APPLIANCE COMPANY The BRIAN DONLEVY ROBERT WALKER i Accessory Shop! | Feminine Apparel ] i Mabel Ho.rjan Jessie SrJfe ' ! Hotel Noble HWg. ! Hlylhcvillc, Ark.

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