The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 6, 1948 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 6, 1948
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FOUR. BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.V COURIER NEW* Phone 4461 M • ' t Bridge Luncheon Is Given [Mrs. Copeland Is Hostess Honoring Mrs. Dick White To Bi R. C. Club, Guests • Mrs. H. c. Sims was hostess yesterday when she entertained 'vltli a bridge luncheon complimenting Mrs. Dick white, who before her recent marriage was Miss Naiicy Daggett of Marfaiimc. Bight guests attended the affair. ' Luncheon was served at the din- Jii£ table, which was centered with an attractive arrangement of yellow rosebuds. Other Spring 'flowers In mixed shades were used to decorate the home. In the afternoon bridge, games,. Miss Mary Adali Robinson won' high score and Miss Jane Branson, second high. Mrs. White wore for the occa- j Mrs. Harry Began and Mrs. W. D. Cobb wore guests yesterday with members of the U. K. C. Club when Mrs. R. A. Copeland entertained at her home on N.'Franklin. During the afternoon, rook games Mrs. Copeland won high score. Mrs. Floyd Rector, second high and Mrs. Earl Damon, rooko. A striking arrangement of yellow rosebuds in a low crystal bowl centered the coffee table In the living room. Other boutiucU of roses in mixed colors were used in the home. Following the rook grimes, a des- .sert course was served by thc hostess. sion, a yellow and black '.silk print,. . accessories. She Lutheran frock with black was presented a gift tess. . by the hos- Miss Ellis Entertains Town and Country Club Mrs. J. C. Ellis Sr. was hostess yesterday when she entertained members of the Town and Country Club at her home. Mrs. Cornelius Modlnger won hlt'li score In the afternoon bridge games and Mrs. R. C. Rose second high. Arrangements of mixed Spring flowers were used to decorate the home. Refreshments \verc served by the hostess. • • * Bridge Luncheon Given By Mrs. M. A. Issacs Mrs. M. A. Issacs entertained %,.,., members of Wednesday Bridge Club I iced drinks, and one guest, Mrs. E. J, Cure, yesterday at her home with n thrce- course luncheon. The dining room table at which the luncheon wns served, was overlaid with a lace cloth nnd centered with a unique arrangement of blue Dutch Iris and blue cornflowers were in a low blue crystal bowl. Following the luncheon, the quests played bridge games during the afternoon with prizes being won by Mrs. L. E. Old, high, and Mrs.. P. E. Black, second. Women's Guild Mcels With Mrs. Zeller The Lutheran Women's Guild of the First Lutheran Church, met last night at the home of Mrs. Louis Zeller with five members attending. Mis. W. W. Ncbcl, chairman, pre- I sided during the business session at which lime the secretary and treasurer reports were given by Mrs. Robert Jaeger and Mrs. George McLcod. During tlie business, plans were riiscavictl for the Sunday School picnic to be Blvcn June fi. Mrs. Her- mnn Hoffman and Mrs. McLcod v.erc named n.s delegates to attend Ihe Lutheran Women's Missionary League Convention to be held in Pine Bluff May 12. Mrs. Zclter was in charge of the program and chose as her topic, "Paul, the Great Missionary." Following the meeting tiie hostess served a de.ssert course with Mrs. Ford Is Hostess To Avalon Bunco Club . Mrs. Eddie W. Ford entertained members of Avalon Bunco glub yesterday afternoon at her home on Lumerate Street. When bunco games were played during the afternoon, Mrs. DeWitt \anCieve won high, Mrs. Bill Oil- bow, low and Mrs. Raymond Sham- ]m, bunco. Attractive arrangements of roses, peonies and other Spring flowers >erc arranged throughout thc home for the affair. The hostess served R dessert course with punch. - Lawn Parly Is Given At CHen Allison Home Pcgy Allison, entertained several of her friends last night with n lawn party at her home on South Franklin Street at 7:30. . During the evening outdoor games .were played by the guests, i The young hostess, assistctl by 'her mother, served refreshments uf a sandwich plate with Iced drinks. Church Women,To Hear Mrs. E. J. Rauschkolb Mrs. 'E. J. Hauschkolb of North Liltlc Rock, president of the Arkansas Council ot Church Women, will be the guest speaker at thc May Fellowship Duy Program of Ihe Blytheville Council of Church Women to be held tomorrow at the First Christian Church. Mrs, J. C. Lowe will be the program lender for tlie day and tier theme will be, "Every Child Is My Child." The meeting will begin at 10 a.m. and following the program, luncheon will be served by members of the churches belonging to thc council. • • • At The Hospitals 'Blvthevillc Hospital Dismissed: ' Vtfi-ncll Johnson, city. C, A. FiUwater, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Eric Alex Gnmmill, city. Moss Bryan •'Gift Certificate for Mother's Day If undecided, give a cash gift certificate and give mother thc thrill )f personalty selecting just thc gift she wants. OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAYS The GIFT SHOP 103 Easl Main Strco! Registration Party Jo Be Held at Grade Schools The first grade children for 1948-49 school year will be introduced to their teachers and lo school at 2:30 p.m. Friday at each Blytheville grade school, with a party, it was announced by Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, supervisor of the elementary schools. The purpose of tlie party is for the children to leguiter. to become acquainted with each othot and for the Summer Rountl-np chairman to Initiate her program of a complete physical check-up for each child. Bits of N«ws Mrs. M. W. Lewis, Mrs. Ulllnn Camp, Mrs. F. M. Baughman, James Haughman. Virginia BauRhman and Thomas Baughman are In Hickory Flat, Miss., today to attend funeral services lor William Lewis Baughman, who died In his home yesterday. South MlSSCO Club Women Sponsor THURSDAY, MAY «, 1948 Miss Gertrude Bond home llower show sponsored by the COT n- ly council of tiie South Mlsslsslpol Counly home demonstration clubs at Osceola tomorrow. Tlie show will be (lie climax ol a week's activities held in connection with the National Home Demonstration Week, and the district agent lot Northeast Arkansas, Mrs Hazel C. Jordan, will be the guest. speaker [or the program. Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday . Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Seny, led today Jayceettcs meeting at 7:00 p.m. in for their cabin on Lake Norfork to l h .« J nycee Clubroom lor a pot luck spend several days. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. McCutclien nnd Mrs. Audreanel Freeman will S *"* n *° Graduate From ^"'"'^ Coi "" y High kam " s Stale Co]*«e IC: 8t dC "one«bofo will be the principal speaker at the } ' l * h .. Kh °9' commencement services I " tendent, Cotton for Two •luin at 8 t -- ton, super!: announced today. Mrs. Prances Wallace Cook will deliver (he valedictory address, and i Anna Mac Slsco Die salutatory ad- I , dress. These girls were the highest] I among the seven senior ranking students The Rev. irl Brldcnthal. pastor of the First Methodist Church In Lcpanto, delivered the bacculareate sermon Sunday. Friday Alpha Beta Bunco Club being return tonight from Little Rock « nlcr talned at the home o! Mrs. where they attended the Theatre l *"f No-well. Owners Convention for the past , ,,*• Cornelius Scherer enter- , i... i. 1 Ulnlng. members ol the C. B c I ?, J Club at her home. Friday Bridge club being entertained at thc home of Mrs. Farrls three days. They were accompalned by Mr. and Mrs. Richard Logan of Charleston, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Davis are spending n week In Houston, Miss., where they will be the guests ol their mother's, Mrs. Lee Davis and Mrs. Bell Wheeler and other relatives. They will also attend the graduation exercises of the Egypt, Miss.. High School in which her cousin, Miss Evelyn Wheelcy Is si .student. Elefore returning hotne, they will be Ihe guests of Ills sister, Mrs. Will Fielder and Mr. Fell- cler In Winona, Miss. Mrs. J. W. Morse of Columbus, Miss., formerly of Blytheville. Is a patient at Campbell's Clinic In Memphis where she Is undergoing treatment for a broken hip which she recently suffered In a fall. Mrs. Morse Is the mother of Mrs. Otto Kochtllzky of Columbus, who formerly made her home here. Mrs. Betty Phillips will leave Sunday tor Nnsbville. Tenn.,.where she will attend a steeplechase. From Nashville she will go to Memphis to-spend the week with friends and attend the Cotton Carnival festivities there. Mrs. Louis Pinion spent yesterday in Memphis with relatives and friends. Mrs. W. W. McNeil! is ill at her home on East Asii Street with a .sinus infection. Mrs. Ralph Caudle who lias been seriously ill Alpha Delia chapter of Beta SU- ma Phi will meet at Ihe home .>! Mrs. R. w. Becker on 519 North Division St. Blythei'iJIc Council of Church Women will observe "May Fellowship Day' 'at 10:00 a.m. at the First Christian Church. This will be ai, all day meeting. • * • Civic Calendar Friday Institute, Dr. Jarvls 7:00, Hotel Noble. Osceola Events Thursday . Plnlathea Class of the First Bap- list Church and Flannigan Class of First Methodist Church having a class party at the • Baptist churcii at 7:00 p.m. All day rally at, the First Chr«- tian Church beginning at 10:00 a.;n. and will continue through 7:45 p.m. A youth banquet will be held at 6:00 p.m. Friday Junior Play in the high scliool aiidltoiium at 7:30 p.m. Chapter 'N, P. E. o. Sisterhood will meet at the home of Mrs. Harry Kirby at 2:00 p. m. Dogwood Club Members Make Inspection Tour Around 15 members of the Dogwood Uidge Home Demonstration Club toured, their community yes- I terday to checK on the progress of Ihe bcautificalion project adopted by Die club earlier tills year. i The club members judged mail '. boxes, which had been cleaned up, ' painted, and flowers planted nearby to beautify the highways. Mrs. C. F. Michaels produced the win- , ning, mailbox. | Following the tour, members j } were the guests of Mrs. B. A. Bugg. 2007 West ChieknsRwbii, who served ' refreshments. Most of those touring Dogwood nidge will join members of thc Armorel and plat Luke clubs when they tour the Yarbro community tomorrow. Tomorrow's tour will close with refreshments and a social hour at Ihe home of Mrs. Spencer Bunch. These tours were planned as part of the program for National Home Demonstration Week. In tlie referendum. Voters wlio were registered, by April 16 may vote. Davidson County citizens who live outside the city also may vote if they own property in the city. Nashville Holds Election On $3 Million Bond Issue For Street, Sewer Work NASHVILLE, Tenn., May 6. (UP) —Nashville voters have a chance to decide today whether the city floats a $3,000,000 bond Issue for street i and sewer Improvements. • f Indications were, however, that the vote would be very light. Rain greeted the early morning voters' nnd little interest was shown 111 '• the referendum anyway. But Mayor \ Thomas L. Cummlngs called on all Qualified voters to go to the polls I and vole overwhelmingly for thc j bonds. ! The Board of Governors of the ! Nashville Chamber of Commerce has recommended approval of the bond issue by the voters. However, a group called the Property Own- i crs Council has opposed it. Chairman Ralph whealley of the group said they oppose a further burden on the taxpayer and Ihat the group believes citizens of suburban areas i"should pay the city something for J Invited to Visit the use of the streets." i No poll tax Is required to vote I ONE'S Beauty Shop 111 North 2nd St. OPEN EVKN1NCS bj APPOINTMENT Operators: Fayon Porter Marie IMcLeod Roderjr Mildred Burnett Phone 3131 ! You Are Cordially 'THE" TOT "SHOP ill Cotton that looks sophisticated enough for two, nnd is. Tina Leser designs a two-piece maternity dress In lattersal check with a clever adjustable waistline, yet still keeps the smartness of the new silhouette. Mrs. Glascoe Is Hostess To Bridge Club Members OSCEOLA, Ark., May 6.—Mrs. J. L. Glascoe entertained the 48 Supper Club at her home Tuesday night with a throe-course dinner. During the bridge games, Mrs. Elliot Sartain won high score and Mrs. C. c. Bowen. second high. Pink and red roses mixed with mock orar,»e arranged in low bowls decorated tlie home The l|| Accessory Shop ! i *- . . Feminine Apparel l)el Hog!ln Jessi « Srlle ,; Hole] Noble Uldg. . FOR ALL BABY NEEDS !• UiyiheviUe, Arkf 1* 110 S. Second Phone 231)8 ! ['•-— ---------- -—.——7 Closed Wednesday after- " noon Parent-Teacher Ass'n. -..„.., ... at her home for the! past ten days, is somewhat hnprov- • P/nv PrruJu*-*;*... f I-., cd but will be confined to her home | L. "'' rroauction C/OSS several days longer. To Present "Dear Ruth" Mrs. A. B. Witt of Halls, Tenn., j and Mrs. Albert Battln of Denver, The "Mutineers", which Is a play Colo., will arrive tonight to spend production class at Arkansas State several days here with Mrs. Witt's - -• daughter, Mrs. O. V. Daws and family. .... v Condition of Jack Ferguson of! Blytheville, will present "Dear Blytheville. who has been a patient: Ruth" a two act comedy tonight IJiuuucuon Class Rt Arkansas State " l( - n ft uiimt:i HI. uie naiicno, tivy- I College, Joitesboro, under the direc- i ^' a ^ ' iVmcri time new officers were tion of Mrs. Laura Hazard. dau"h- '"stalled, ter of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hale° of Those installed H'eie: ! Blytheville, will present "Dear Mrs. Mary Green, president; Mrs. —j—,,...^. ,..,« ...... .«.,... B ^Hut.w.'Ruth" a two act .comedy tonight Virginia Joplln, first vice-president; for the past two months in a Marine and tomorrow night at Ihe H. K. Lee [ •^ rs . Naomi Morgan, second vice- Hospital In Baltimore, Md., is much Wilson Auditorium, 'there at 8:00 i President; Mrs. Phila Tistadt. Improved. ™ *~ ' ' "' P.F.O. Sisterhood Meets With Mrs. W. J. Driver OSCEOLA, Ark., May 6.—Chapter N of the P. E. O. Sisterhood met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mr.s. W. J. Driver. Mrs. Edward Scgravcs. president, presided during the business session and Mrs. Charles Lowrance Jr. presented the program. Concluding thc meeting, the hostess served a dessert course. Arrangements of Spring flowers . „._, „„ ... in lull vases were decorations used /_..* 11 . f .L -n in the home for the occasion. installs at LaruthersYllle CAKUTHERSVILLE. Mo.. May 6 —At the final meeting of the current fiscal year last week end, new officers were installed for the com-. ing year of the Parent-Teachers Association. They were: Mrs. Howard Punk president; Mrs. Tom Men-key, vice-president: 'Mrs. Paul Mehrle, secretary; and Mrs. Fred Henley, treasurer. Mrs. John W. Sawyer. Jr., the retiring president. Installed the new | of fleers. She was presented her past ; president's pin by Mrs. A. C. Brooks. Caruthersville B. & P. W. Club Officers Installed CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., May i. —'[•he Caruthersville Business nnrt Professional Women's Club celebrated its twelfth birthday Tuesday with a dinner at The Rancho, Hcy- . Mrs. F. W. Nelson arrived here Saturday from Parkvllle, Mo., to '* Members of ' the iast include: mu., iu Betty Ward. Henry Dodd, Lena Bell join her husband who is manager Spencer, D. B. Ay-cock, Rose Whlri- and vioe-prcaldent ol the Sullivan- t ae! }- c - "L.,Holt r Betty Dsitghtery, Nelson .Chevrolet Company. are making their home at 1601 W. Walnut St. Their daughter will Join them here as soon as the present school term expires at Parkville. llvan-|" den .' C. -L..HOH, Betty Daitirhtery, Mrs. Donald Mi Theyl Melvin Swafford'an'd Margie Street, officer, Miss N 01 W.' — gave a history o Max B. Reid Will Speak 4t 'Family Night' Program In observance of National Family Week there will be a "Family Night" program at the First Methodist Church tonight at 7:30 o'clock. Max B. Reid, Blytheville lawyer, will be guest speaker for this pro- Mrs. Sullenger Hostess To Supper Club Members OSCEOLA. Ark.. May 6.—Mrs, C. E. Sullenger was hostess Tuesday night when she entertained letary; Mrs. Mary Farrar, corresponding secretary, Mrs. Raye S,troud, treasurer; and Mrs. Maymc Culver, parliamentarian. . . Mrs. Donald Magec was installing Nellie McClanahan gave a history of the accomplishments of the club during ils 12 years, and Miss Nellc Lee Dorroh was loa.stmistress. ! Read Courier News Want Ads. played, Mrs. Sam Coble .second four table supper club at her home, i n ' 8h "". <I Mrs - Ci B - Perrin, the Mrs. John w. Edrington received high score In the bridge games gram. All members of each family are urged to attend as a group. Methodist W.S.C.S. Will Sponsor May Breakfast i OSCEOLA. Ark.. May 6 — Plans have been completed and committee heads li.-ive been named for the . Annutii Mny Breakfast sponsored by tiie Women's Society of Christian Service of Ihe First Methodist Church, to be held at the Masonic Hp.ll Wednesday, May 12th. Mrs. Rrilnnd Bnolhe. president. i named the following committees: | Mr. 1 ;. V. G. Bell, lickels; Mrs. Bryan Hendon and Mrs. George Abrcy, menu; Mrs. M. S. Waggner. publicity; Mrs. E. H. Burns and Mrs. Edward Se-ravrs. waitresses and Mrs. Abre.v. Mr.s. w. c. Meson and Mrs. O. W. Knight, decorations. Rrad Courier News Want Ads. !1 Best treat for Molher •A**- r,-.On "Her day" or any day, Mother enjoys her fatorjle foods deliciously prepared at (he Rustic Iljn. She'l! bye you for being so thoughtful—and ,' U»e rest of the famjly enjoys eating here tool The RUSTIC INN Mention a ball and you think of a b:! consolation prize. Red and pink roses and early Summer flowers in mixed shades were used in the home. Mrs. Waddell Hostess To Demonstration Club \ Mrs. L. V. Waddell was hostess '• Tuesciay afternoon-to 18 members of the Blackwater Home Demonstration Club at her home. Mrs. Fred Justine and daughter of , Jonesboro were guests. During the business meeting. Plans were made for the Mississippi County fair booth. Mrs. Woodrae Whitney was in charge of the program and Mrs. R. c. Whitney gave the devotional. The hostess, assisted by Mrs. Charles Cacry, served refreshments after the program. jontinuous Shows livery I);ty Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN :00 Thursday and Friday IRISH ROSE <:olorbyTEC»NfCOlOR!i MIS KM I — "tninna MHiai.TO.iu.VHUi C!C«.:£ I03H! .SK>S« iimx • SIN 5101 Selected Short Subject* Continuous Showing Everyday 1 Coming Tuesday .t Wednesday May II i 12 "DUEL IN THE SUN" with Gres- ory Peck A Jennifer Jones. Box Office Opens Show Starts 6:45 Opens Sunday !:0fl; Starts 1:1S Conlrnuous Shows Sat. & Sun. 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