The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 21, 1948 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 21, 1948
Page 3
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f PA«« FOUR RUTHEVTLI.E (ARK.) COURIEK NEWS PtutM 44C1 Weiner Roast Is Held By Brownie Troop 12 . Troop 11 of the Brownie Scouts wert |ue-vti ol Molly Jo Beasley •nd Susan Huffman when they entertained with a welner roast yesterday afternoon at Molly Jo's borne. Various outdoor parly games were played during the afternoon and following the games the guests toasted marslimallows. The young hostesses were assisted In serving by their mothers. Mrs. J.E. Beasley and Mrs. Elbert Huffman. Mr«. Leonard Joliiison who Is ( leader, and Mrs. Ted KIIIK, who Is assistant leader ol the troop, al' «o attended. 1 • • • Nazarene Women Meet For Regular Program The Youn* Women's Missionary Society of the Church of the Na- Jarene met last niglit at the churc-r for a program meeting \vith 10 members present. . Opening prayer was given by Mrs. J. T. \Vhlte. after which Mrs. Harold Thompson Sr,. president, presided during a brief business session. Miss Elizabeth McGec was In charge of the program. Othcv who participated were Mrs. ITR Lambert, Miss Helen Bey more and Mrs. Thompson. The group was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Dun Roberts. Mrs. Blakemore Hostess ' To Club-Members, Guests Mrs. Leon Schcrer and Mrs. George Saliba Jr. were guests yesterday with members of the Thursday Rook Club when Mrs. Neville Blakemore entertained at her home on West Ash Street. During the afternoon rook games. Mrs. Richard Pritcharrt won high score, Mrs. Harold Henson. second high, and Mrs. T. W. Golorth, rooko. Arrangements of mixed Spring : flowers were used to decorate the home. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Mrs. Usrey Entertains Mid-Week Club, Guests ; Mrs. M. O. Usrey was hostess yes•. terday when she entertained members of the Mid-week Club nnd one Bridge Luncheon Given By Mrs. A. G. Little Mrs. A. O. Mtlle was hostess at I her home yesterday afternoon to members of the Thursday Luncheon Club. The dining room table at which the two-course luncheon wns ser[ veil, was centered with a striking i lUTr.iiRcment ft pink roses in a low crystal bowl. DuriiiR liie afternoon bridge games played. Mrs. E. B. Gee won i high and iirs. Rus«ell Phillips, jeo- ! ond. ] Bouquet* of gladioli an d rtephln- lum were nn.-.nfred In Ihe Jiving room ot Ihe home. » » • Mrs. Tucker Entertain* Ocette Club Member* Mrs. C. P. Tucker was hostess wlieii she entertained numbers of I the Octette Club at her home yes- Two Seniors Are Honored With Dinner Party at Hotel Jimmy Henry and Miss I'cgsy Pleeman, who are. members of tlie senior class of Blytheville High School, were guesu of honor Wednesday night when Miss Ulllan Shaver and Mrs. A. C. Haley com- ;j plfmenred them with a dinner parly in the Colonial Jiooin ol the Hotel Noble at 1 o'clock. The long tables at which Ihe din! rer was served were arranged in a I "T" shape and were overlaid with [ white cloths. Greenery and honey- 1 suckle were placed the length of the tables and were Interspersed with roses and sweelpeas In vavld sli«dc«. A lirge crystal bowl filled with mixed sweelpcas was placed In (lie center of (h« tables. During \l.e dinner, various contests were conducted by Hie host- esse«. Included in the 20 gufsfs attending were Mrs. Gene Plceinan of Manila and Mr». Wilson Henry Bits of News * Fashions * * * A. F. njetrjch returned from LH- lle Hock yesterday where he at- i Tlie hninc vv,v. decorated with vases of Spring [lowers In various j colors. j The hostess served a dessert j course i Woman's Club Seltinc IT-' i IT r* ror Annual lea Uance The Annual Tea Dunce honoring the hi-jh school glee club member's was hold yesterday afternoon '/ the Woman's Club. Hostesses lor the Mrs. Jerry Poe. Mrs. Joe Trjesch-' num. Afrs. Grate Wilks, Mrs. E. R. Lancashire, Mrs. Henry Layson and Mrs. R. L. Ucdman. • Large bouquets ot gladiolus in mixed shades were arranged throughout the clubhouse. The fireplace mantle was centered with an arrangement of gladiola* In a low bowl garlanded wllh urecnery. The tea table, covered with FHI Irish linen cloth, wns centered with figurines oi a glee club wearing tin; maroon choir robes, Mrs. Wilson Henry, director of the glee club was presented an orchid by tile members. They als-l presented a gift to Billie June Rod- KCIS, \\ho is student director and vice-president of the glee club. (Juest. other than Mrs. Henry and the members was Miss Rosa Hardy, assistant superintendent. • * * Bridge Luncbeon Is Given ..... Meet R. Sylvester I Mrs. RnlelRli Sylvester was hostess last nlRlit when she entertained i members of (he Thursday Night : Club at her home on East Davis. I Mrs. T. A. Bell won high score ! in the rook games and Mrs. Earl Damon won rooko, Bouquets of early Summer flowers were arranged throughout the home. Refreshments were served by the hostess. » • • Costume Dance Is Held At Fly Inn Restaurant \ Alinu Cain and Miss Martha i Lou Burks were hostesses to members of the Alpha Beta Chapter ol I Epsilon Sigma Alpha and their I dates, with a "Come As Your Fa- j vorite Song" dance In the fly inn restaurant Tuesday night. During the evening, pictures of Ihe members and their dales were i taken In their various costumes I The room was ntlrncUvcly decorated with crepe streamers In the sorority colors of blue and gold i Guests other thnn the members 'nttcndlng were Mr. and Mrs. James | Vest. Miss Dorothy Cuuley nnd George Green. • * • • j In formal Party Given Honoring Miss joyner I Miss Sara Grace Joyner. brido- I elect of Jack McPhail Che.smiU. ol FRIDAY,,MAT 2!, 1941 tended H two liay conference of [he United Insurance Agencies. He Is! maimxor of the local office of the : United insurance Agencies. 'Mr. and Mrs Mike Senfu of New York City were Ihe overnight, guests ol Mr. mid MIS. Kussell Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pryor relumed yesterday from St. I-ouls, Mo., where they visited for several dnys with Ills sister, Ur. and Mrs. M. A Slnnc While there. Mr. Pryor attended a Iwo day J. c. Penney Co. convention. Thomas Clevvlnnd of St. Louis arrived to be Ihe weekend guest! of Mr. and Mr*. Clinrlle Cain and ' family. Mrs. W. c. Itself was admitted lo the Memphis Baptist Hospital yesterday where she will undergo a major operation today. Her daughters, Mrs. Bob Hums and Miss Louise Lcgnett ol Blytheville, nnd Mrs. Newell Hrigham of Columbus, Miss, are with her. Mr. nncl Mrs. Cornelius Modlnger will leave Sunday for Lafayette la' where they will visit their dau"h- jter. Mrs. P. J. Lauman nnd Mr. Lmiinnn. for several dnys. While! there they plan to visit relatives In New Orleans. La ! Mr. and Mrs. n. A. Lynch left to- dny for Little Rock, where Mi- Lynch will attend a Bankers' con- : vcntkui and from there will go to : Hot Springs Monday, where he will sors boarded n school bus at R-.lo attend another Hankers' convention,! this morning nnd were scheduled to which will be held at the Arlington'arrive nt the Rock island yard at llolel forjhrec days. j II „.„,., Imrt there they were guests 7 : ° f ll- E - Stilton, terminal supci'in- Royal Service Program ^ lendenl. for an hour. He had n toui Held by Clear Lake Group £ °"» = P an -:«'>rt snnp«rngo ; Mrs nlgn ' e 8 han,, second with Mrs. F. B Joyner winning i second high. , V,KII • w lib an informal alteiiioon part.'/ c °"- I" 1 the Borum home. Approximately *-lth sweelncns j 6O suesU called pnslel shacU'sj Miss Am, Crook met the guests auic, at which j at the door, and i" (lie re-eiv'ii • ,'"„'»„ „-,. I'" 1 ' *' cre tlle , >«»'«*<«. Miss Joyner • j ami her mother, Mrs. F. B, Joyner. The Women's Missionary Union of the Clear Lake Baptist Church met yesterday afternoon nt UK- home of Mrs, Louis Henson for a Together With God" and Mrs. Flay Haynes gnve the scripture readme;. The devotional was given by Mrs. Snm Beard and those who participated on the program were Mrs. Waller Lunsford, Mrs. Cecil Mann. Mrs. Jesse 'Simpson. Mrs. William Moore and Mrs. E. Austin. During the business meeting. Ihe group decided to meet next week al Ihe home ol Mrs. Cecil Matin. Mrs. Jesse Simpson, Mrs. Williaui Moore and Mrs. E. Austin. During the business meeting (he group decided to meet next week at the home of Mrs. Cecil Mann. The meeting was dismissed with prayer. the yard, the "Rorkot" and a possible short ride planned lor the students. During (he afternoon the children visited the zoo. and then returned to BlytheviUc. This outing, which also included a picnic lunch, is the finnl aciivilv Movies Sued By Manchu Priest For Libeled Ancestors PIEPINO (UP) _ A Chinese movie-maker's troubles never end ' representatives of Ihe third I>clpW studio are complaining. Borne time ago, angry barbers .'.formed a theater which was show- Ing a picture they deemed Insulting to their profession. Now a Manchu priest Is umig the local studio, live theaters and the directors of a movie which he says libeled the shades of his Imperial ancestors. He Is also suing the principal actors. Legal authorities believe that If the priest, Prince Chin, can prove that the movie really purported lo deal with his family's doings he htu considerable grounds lor points In a lo-year plan for her own development and enjoyment of life will become more, rather than less attractive with the passing years. Coming Events Social Calendar Chapter N, P.E.O.. will be entertained nt the home ol Mrs. E. \V. Kiruy with a 1 o'clock luncheon. Mrs. W. L,. Horncr is co-hostess. The installation of,Woman's Club officers will be held at the clubhouse nt 2:30 p.m. Alpha Beta Bunco Club bring entertained at the home of Mrs Ebb Reynolds. We the Women Waul lo be a more attractive woman 10 years from now thnn vou are today? It can be done. IF . '. I Vou look 10 years ahead anj i lisurc out what you wish most ! those 10 years would tlo for 5-0,1. j snd then set about seeing that you ! are on the right, track, heading i.1 • ; the righi. direction. j Without neglecting your appear- • j ancc, you realize that looks' nre only a small part of a woman's ni- Ir^cliveness. You luce the fact that some of 'he things you should tlo well you do poorly and get busy trying to improve. You search until you find some creative activity that givc.s vou a chance to study and learn an:! \viden yc'ur viewpoinl iHiiliini; Xeu- Friends You make an effort to make ne>v friends, so that your circle j! friends doesn't grow smaller wiln I the passing years. | You f suarri against becoming opinionated or set in your ways. J You do vour best to keep up I with the news of the (lay. instead IT'S NEW! Toni Creme Shampoo Add more flavdr to fresh vegetables easily, economically / with DIXIE DIXIE'S dsficicui, f«m- fr«sK n*vor bringi out *fi« fin* t»jl» of v»g«t»blti, m»k«i yaw family »njoy th«m mart. MeH a IIHI. DIXIE ovw •ny trtth v»9»f<bl« \uft b»f<x« you I«fv« H. Dixit't > JieatKful dclicloui fjbl'« tpr«d, too—foftifi.dwitS IS.OOO uniti of Vilamm A. At The Hospitals Rlvthevllle Hospital Dismissed: Jimmy Cockran, Tomato, Sally Smith, city. Harry Samson, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Doris Hill, Osceola. Ida McMlchncl, city. Frances Howe. Steele, Mo. Mrs. Sam Tims and baby, Hcr- mondnle, Mo. Mrs. .1. A. Haynes and baby. city. Mrs. Lawsou Endcrson and baby, city. ' 42 First Grade Pupils From Central School Go on Sightseeing Tour Forty-two grade students fiom Central School in Blylheville were visiting in Memphis today with their chief Interest being .;ive'u to a lour of the "Rocket." Die.scl- powctctt trnin operated by the Rock Island Railway Company, nnd a visit to the 7,00. The children were accompanied to Memphis by 'Superintendent of Schools W. B. Nicholson. Miss Win- Alpha Beta Bunco club meeting of limiting your curiositv'to'Tr^e n the home of Mrs. Neville Blake- things that atlecl you directly. i J,,l „ , „ . Yr> " '"nke an effort to be frienrt- I The Past Matrons nnd Past Pat- [ ly and helpful, especially townrcl i ions ol the tnslcrn Slnr being en-! I Imnincd at the home of Mr nnd ! ; Mrs. Don Haley at 1 p.m. with a i pot luck supper. | ount;ei' women. Any womnn who Includes J-01. TUBE 49^ WOODS Drug Store these Fhone 507 221 W. M»ln Mr. nnd Mrs. Ony'ie Henderson Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Homer Sr., Miami Mrs. Wilson Henry, Mr. nncl Mrs. C. G. Hcilinnn Sr,, and Mr. niid Mrs. O. D. Hammock entertaining with n formal dance in the Blue Room of the Hotel Noble at, 8:30 p.m., complimenting their sons ' jnle Virgil Turner, supervisor Mrs | Charles Henderson, Jnck Horncr l A. B. Fairfield, louche- at Cenlnip Jimmy Henry, C. O. Redman Jr., i School, mid nine room mothers. The' n " cl t 101 * 111 Hammock, who are jroom mothers were Mrs. John Cart- members of Ihe senior class, .'dill, Mrs. R. L. Dedmnn, Mrs. J. W Adnms, Mrs. N. W. Kyle, Mrs, Donald Buchnnan. Mrs. Marshall Gentry, Mrs. T. H. Tuninge. Mrs. G. T. Byrcl, nnd Mrs. Harry Bognn, ASK YOJR GROCER FOR DIXIE MARGARINE Lux.ora Newt Moses Soman owner ol the Lux J Theatre-, returned yesterday from a trip to New York City, where he attended the funeral services for his cousin, the Rev. Makarlous Murr who hart been in charge of St Nicholas Cathedral In Brooklyn for the past 25 years Mr. Siman made the trip by p ia ne. I Miss Evelyn Hill has been elected -. » member ol the ig«-«9 news staff of the B. M. Seer, student newspaper ! »t Blue Mountain college. Blue ! Mountain, Miss. COMING TO THE Rlf Z MAY 23-24 Paramount .NCHS .,„„ 5!lorls <.„„,. sllim - n|! Sun IM _ UM y m MAN WHO CAN TAME One of the tasks of Uncle Sam's forest rangers is counting the number of big game animals In The children and their supervi- Ihe national forests. / M-D-M main marvelous picture from John THIS VIXEN,,,! She comes lo Ihe scrwn in »n ^e^ lanljli^mj bfauly... M tay. S ; ld5<) chaim! mm* Dir«atd by ROBERT I. LEONARD P™<f«* by EDWIN H. KNOPF S««n Play by LUTHER DAVIS S»wl on Ihe Hovel by JOHN r. STANWYCK VAN HEFLIN CNMLEJ COBURN KlCtVII RLEIJLI HART-WYNN * METRO-MlD-A'YN . HAVtR PICTURt $130 New Alnito N.. 5 AC, DC and latUry Operation Work! In Train*, PIan«i, Sl«cl BuiM- Ingi, R»mot« Arxii SJondard and S Short Wave Bands Engineered anil prccision-lniilt for performance never thought possible in a portable. New improved circuit iviih "Push-mill*', amlio gives greater power, improved tone, more distnncc. Bi^ dial wiili supcr-sprcml tuninj; on all Ci wave li.inils, push htitton b.imi selector. In scuff-proof "Black Stag" luggage case. WITH LONQ-LIFI lATTK ADAMS APPLIANCE CO. Complete Service Department 206-08 W. Main , Phon. 2071 charging libel. Mosl everyone in the pltchur* ell her dies > gn s ly dealh, or chok« someone.or goes mad. The John- con code lor bedroom 'scenes h»i not been adopted in china. There's Incest and a. rape scene. The princess In the film become* t -war lord's concubllie. The film generally followi th« custom of Chinese studlcw In putting considerable gusio In their piclures. ^L Tlie sludip'.s defense coimcel a^ Sues that the picture, entitled "House No. 13," is just the ghost story of the kind Boris Karloff «r Bela Lugosi would malte. The fact the Manchu family portrayed bears the same nam« u the Manchu prince still living * Just an unhappy coincident, lit* defense submits. Pol a Iocs ar« native* of P»ru *n4 the Peruvian Indians culled r.h*m "nu n;i c " v..iin(inuous Shows Kvery Day Box Office Op«n* I'.i Show SlarU I:(N» LISTEN TO KLCN • «.m. I2:<5 p.m. « ; I-asl Tim« Captain from Castile with Tyrone Power and J»m P*t*n Farxmo«nt .V«n SelectcH Short S.tij.w-4. Continued Showint Ercrr »»r Saturday Serial "Tex erangcr- No. 5 * Short Cant. Shorn Sal. 11 a.ra.-ll:M r .m. Box Office Opens «;3» Show SUrU 6:4i Opens Sunday l;0fl: Starts 1:1S Continuous Showft S*t. i Sun. Bainain Night B«erj Night ~ Except Sftturdar No paws honored on Scitdaj at Ko\y Thratrt I-ast Time Today DOUBLE FEATC1KE The Hucksters with Clark Gahle * Debnrak Kerr Suddenly It's Spring with Fred MacMurray and Paaletle Saturday 10011 DEAN Serial "Dick Tr»cy Rclnmn" !<n. t »nrf Short > Continuous Showing $*t>r<Uy 1Z.-3B lo Jl:30 Sunday and Monday DOUBLE FEATURE Fifzpafiick Jeweler 122 \V. Main Phone 272S Stores In Memphis. Osceola, 1'arxtr.ntild, Sike Cont. Show Inn Sunday 1;34 III 11

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