The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 2, 1948 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 2, 1948
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PAGE FOUR BI,YTHF,VIL1.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Phone 4461 Afternoon Party Given ^Honoring Miss Wright /.Miss Dorothy Wright, bride-elect ' Oi.Geurm Jr., was Honored Dinner Party Is Given By Dr., Mrs. Atkinson Miss Fondren to Wecl Charles R. Stevens Dr. mid Mrs. Gene Atkinson en- c Mr. unrt Mis. H. J. Fondren to- teitalned 20 guests with > dinner | day announce the engagement and (,»•». TT« v. «*.>«•" "»»i •""-" irutiuibu i ictiMUAcu AW £ue&ui wiiii & uilillCr JMlerday in tile first, o! » series of .-party last night at. their home on j approaching marriage" of (heir parties belli* planned for her prior {0 fier marriage June 18, when Mrs. Ljrnu. W. Hughes and Miss Betty Nell' Holland complimented her with an informal afternoon parly tad: crystal shower at Miss Hol- : iindrs hom«. ' ''; Approximately 20 guests attend- 'ed'the affair from 4 to 6'o'clock. The dining 5 room table, from j which »ssoi ted party foods »tid iced >drinks.. - were, served, was overlaid 'with, a'wlilte. linen cloth and cen- jterid wit,l' s » striking arrangement ,of,mixed, whit* flowers in a crystal i,vufe white tapers burii- | Ingjiiuft&M "candelabra, i 'Idisft Wrlglit chose for'the occa- 1 ston an aqua silk frock with brown Jand white'accessories. '• •"' * .* I Business. Women's Circle ! Meets WitK Dr. Edna Nies daughter, Miss Wllma I,oulsc Fondren, to Charles Raymond Stevens, son of Mr. and Mis. C. E Stevens of Hayll, Mo. Chlckasawb* Avenue at 7 o'clock The dinner wns served buffet, style from the dinning room table, which was covered with R Maderla cut work cloth and centered with' The wedding will be. solemnized » low crystal bowl filled with r»d i Friday night at the New Liberty radiance roses. Attractive uraiigejimil* of roses, zinnias and lilies were arranged throughout the home for the occasion. Out of town guest* attending were Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Whit* and Mr. »nd Mrt. B. Young of O.sceola, and Mr. and Mjrs. Craw- Bits of News ford M. Noble. • • • Mrs. Henderson Hostess To Bridge Club, Guest Mrs. A. R. Wetcnkamp was guest, yesterday with members of the Tutsday BridBo Club when Mrs. Doyle Henderson entertained at her incnt. Store. Mr. Stevens attended school In Black Oak. Ark., nnd Is now tn- gsged in (arming at Haytl. * . • • Dell Methodist W.S.C.S Meets With Mrs. Gill bridge | Dr. Edii« .-Nles was hostess last . .... i night at her home to members of home on West Ash Street J Business Women's Circle Seven of. Dllr ing the afternoon ariose [the Jirst Baptist Church and one, g ,,mes, Mrs. w. C. Higginson won . guest,.. Mrs. William Klndley of, high score and Mrs. L E Old scc- . Central!*, Mo., who Is visiting her. ond high. ; Mrs. H. C. Walls was In charge, Hydrangeas and marigolds were ' •°Tra^nln Pr<>Br \VOTld n "" ""' of • arranscd '»™'S"°»t Hie home. i tlcipated on the program and their | • subjects were Miss "pearl Lee. "In' n 1 -D i T r- • Brow," Urop-ln Party Is Given Our Schools," Miss Minnie Brow.. . . -a. our churches," Mr., John By Presbyterian. Women Tyrone "In Our Auxiliaries," Miss. Jewel Ue. "In Our Margaret Fund," ; and Mrs. Walls, "World Witnesses." , The scripture reading was given by Dr. Nies. • • - . • The ^ Mji4;;Thompson Is Elected President of Sorority ; MistvKathyrn • Thompson was .elejcted president of the Alpha Beta -Chapter of Epsllon-Sigma Alpha Sorority, when It met last night at the home of Miss Gyone Erhsrdt. Miss Thompson and the otrr r o7- Members of the Woman's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian Church entertained with a drop-In party Monday afternoon In the so- Mrs. Ad Scutt, Mrs. Hershcll Carter, Mr*, Fred Sandefur, Mrs. PrEn- Us Holder and Miss Mary Outlaw. Miss Betty Jean Oof/, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S, S. Goff who re- i CMitly graduated from Miller Haw- ' Kins Business College In Memphis left yesteiday lor Washington n. C., where she ln x accepted a tiosi- tloii with the Navy Department Mi. and Mrs. Paul Bishlp returned to their dome In St. Louis. Mo., yesterday after having spent several days here a.i guests of Mr. Bisliip's mother, Mrs. Rena Bishlp. and his mint and uncle, Mr. t,i d MIR. jack Ulsnip. Mr*. James fl. Clark returned yes- the weekend . guests of Mrs. Baplist Church with the Rev. Russell Duffer, pastor, officiating. The couple will have us their at-' i.,, tendanls Mr. and Mrs. Burrel Me-! W her«* ti XJoli. • • H" *1.^ .,.„... «v,^«a, vtcv.'fc.', vn t " alr • business. | Miss fondren graduated Irom: Mr. p.hrt Mrs. L H Williams Mis ' Blytheville High School and Is'Jack Mathcanyand child m, Jo i now employed «t Graber'. Depart-] Ann nnd Billy Mack, and Mrs'. W. i C, Farmer spent Greenville. .MJS.S., W. M. Monis. David Moore arrived from Kemper Military Academy, where he i.i a student, to spend his Summer vacation with Ills mother, Mrs. N M. Moore, and family. Misses Virginia Swcarcngen and Prances Sliouae. who attend the University of Arkansas, F.iyettevilli-. arrived in Jonesboro this mornini; nnd were met and accompanied home by Swearaigen's father, H. N. Swearcngen Sr. Miss Shouse will spend the Summer her* with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Shousc. and Miss Swearcngen The Women's Society of Christian service of the Dell Methodist Church' met last nlghl at the home of Mrs. Lesier Gill with 11 members attending. Mrs. Mavis Sctllcinire opened the meeting with pmyer and the devotional was given by Mrs. Arthur Pcnncr. The treasurer's report and minutes of the lasi meeting were given by Mi'o. J. R. Edwards and Ml.?. SL'ttle;nire. who u president of the sociely, was In charge of the brief business mcelinp. Mrs. M. F, Brown!« was in charge WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1948 Scarves Raise Cotton's Glamor . go back to Jonesboro tomorrow, where she will attend Summer school nt Arkansas state College for six weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Burks Barker returned ii-oin Pine Bluff yesterday ,-JKW Y011K—(NKA) 1 —Cotton dresses which swap last year's shoulder straps for . year's scarves and capes gain in cl.irnor by this exchange. Proving Ihe point are the (wo fashions shown.' Both dresses feature long, full skirts and bare-topped bodices corseted to stay up and to b«lil tie a waistline. Th« Trances Sider designed plaid gingham dress, left, owes its drama to a matching scarf as extravagantly fringed as a Spanish dancer's. The ensemble, right, of maize-colored c h a m- brny is a two-in-one fashion designed by Nardis of Dallas. The bow-lied ruffled capo and ruffled skirt strip (town to give a girl another wardrobe item —a bare-lopped sun suit wilh sculptured neckline and * boned bodice. — r.rsir. KINARD. NBA Fashion Kill tor. Coming Events Sociol Calendar Thursday Octette Club meeting a! the home of Mrs. M. N. Nunn. Thursday Contract Club members meeting at the home of Mrs P. D. Foster. --.,- »'»<-•": they attended the funeral of 'entertained at the home of the program on the subject of ( his aunt, Mis. Clinton MsBride, who i Russell Phillips "Christian, Alcohol and Public died Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. I Thursday Rook Club mcmb, Healtli". Those who assisted Mrs. I Barker were called to the Little ! meeting at the home of Mrs T w Brownlee on the program were Mrs. | Rock Hosjiital Friday night when ! Gotorth ' Mrs. | Lorene Austin. Noble Gill, Mrs. Helen Sanders and Mrs. J. R. Gill. The hostess, assisted by Mrs. Penner and Mrs. Gill, «*rved a dessert 1 course. Hyarangens, roses and other mix-I,. n i i r ed flower., were arranged through- jiVlfS, Holder LlltertainS Tri-Town Club, Guests out the rooms lor the occasion Mrs. Harvey T. Kldd presided at the refreshment, table, which was covered with-a white linen c'oMi and centered with a .striking ar- rnnfiement of bsby breath and pinks Interspersed with tern in a Mrs. John H. McDonald and Mrs. Jack Thomas Hale were guests yesterday when Mrs. Worth D. Holder , ...™.^™., alln uie 01:71-01- pints interspersed will, [ern in „: entertained members of Tri-Town leers.elected will be installed at low crvsla! bowl The assorted oar . o " a * K cl "» " L «h« R«s"c Inn. the next niMtlnff rvh.v „«-,„.,, . ...-. .."..'• ." c a.ssoucn par- § Oui . mg the a(t ernoon bridge ! games played. Mrs. McDonald won 1 liigl ' -- vice-president; Miss Butouhe Jag- 1e a Cl ... gers, recording: secretary; . Miss t»ry; i^Alm^^"^'^^^"^ ^ lss ^ eva McCann's : Is Announced Mrs. McBride's condition became critical. Mrs. Lawrence Edwards of Moii- llcello, "arrived Monday night to visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cary, and her sister, Carmen Gary. Mrs. K. M. Reynold. Mrs. E. A. Flcgcnold, o: Paris, Texas. Miss Ann j White of Cfeccoia. C. K digger Sr.. I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crigger Jr. and Russell Phillips Jr. have rc- I turned from Louisville, Ky., whore Ihty attended the commencement . cxcrci.ic.s of Kentucky Military In- j .stlttite of which Charles Crigger - . _. t [ I was a member. Miss White al- and Mrs. Russell Haynes Parr, | 'ended Ihe comeiiccment dance second high. A dessert course was served. quiz games were conducted by hostess: Refreshments of sandwiches and Iced drinks were served. • • • * Calvary W.M.U. Meets For Regular Program The Cilr»ry Women's .Missionary Union met In circle' groups Monday nfiernoon lor regular programs. Circle One met In the home of Mrs. R. ,L. Sanders, opening prayer •was given by Mrs. Don: Aycpck, after which Mrs. Inez Gentry presided-during a brief business session. The Bible lesson, taken from the nth, chapter of Acts, wa s given oy Mrs. Raymond Belknap, who «lso gave the closing prayer. Mrs. rate Bratton was hostess to circle Two members and six visitors, Mrs. w. J.'.Ross, Mrs Ed Williams, Mrs. Bill stabbs, Mrs Roy Ptod, Mrs. Minnie McCain and .Mrs. John Thorn. Opening Prayer wm given by Mrs. Martha DunkSn and Mrs. J. E. Em-land -.- presided during the business meeting; The Bible study was given «,y Mrs. Dtmll Lurjstord in the form or a {round table discussion, after •which ;.the group was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. J. W. Tomlln- '" a r.oiwic ring ceremony solemnized May 30. in Cnnalou Mo.. Miss Revn McCann daughter i of A!r. and Mrs. L. A. McUann of i Canalou. became the bride of j Robert J. SmMi, son of Mr. and j Sirs. H. L. Smith of Flat River, Mo. ! The ceremony wns pcrformc.l in the bride's home before an altar lormccl of white gladioli and larkspur. Scholarships Awarded 1 Piano, Voice Students I us jjucst of John Ed Regenoici. who | is also a student there. They were j accompanied home by John and Charles. Fred Walil left today for Kansas City. Mo., where he will attend a salts meeting of Wilson, and Corn- Thursday Night Club members Friday The Dorcas Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church will meet nt the church at 2:30 p.m. C. I), c. Club meeting at the home of Mrs. O. O. Elkins. Alpha Beta Bunco Club being entertained at the home of Mrs. Jack Marsh. Civic Calendar ! Attractive Arrangements or red roses and early Summer flowers jwcre used to decorate the home. \ Guests include Mrs. Mary Wil- kiiis Mrs. Troy Blackwood, Mrs. "alter Miller. Arthur and Oscar! t Biggs and families of Jonesboro ' Mr. and Mrs. Leon Young and family, Mrs. Ira Shed »nd Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Neal ami famUy. Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN M a.m. I2:4i p.m. 4 : 3« . Wednesday & Thursday Friday NAIf Of THE UNION Shorts Continued Showing Evei-yday Informal Party Honors Mr., Mrs. Blackwood Mr. and Mrs. Tom Neal were host and hostess Sunday when ihey- entertained with an informal after- j noon party at their home In Man-' Ila honoring Mr. and Mrs. fia Blackwood. who were married May at FOUNTAINS Everywhere! Rotary p.m. Thursday Club, Hotel Noble—12; 10 Osceo/o Events Mr. and Mrs. Dnlton C. Ftwlston ! ually - He lvi " vls 't with Mrs. Wahl. Baptist Church, of (he Fovvlston School of Music, i'' ho " attending (he Summer ses-j Methodist Choir meet at the presented scholarships to the two'" PSS '°" RL Arkansas State. Jones-I home of Mrs. John W. Edrington outstanding pupils In piano and born, before going to Kansas City. ! 7:00 p.m. Wednesday Mid-Woek Pravcr Service First , 7:-!o p.m Methodist Choir meet . Refreshments were each- meeting during hour. served at the social Mo., cousii a program of nuptial music" The bride given in marriage by her father, chose a babv blue crepe street dress with white orchid at her shoulder. Mis Helen McCann of Cooler another cousin of the bride was maid of honor, siie wore a rose crepe dress with white asscccorie.s and a corsage of white carnations John w. Lewis of Poplar Bluff Mo., served the bridegroom Bs uest man. Mrs. Smith was gradiialed from Arkansas Slale College. Jonesboro and lia.s taught for the past two years in the commc»cc department of Elvln's High School. Mr. Smith Is a graduate of Southeast Missouri state CollCRc Cape Oirardcau, and the suite' University of Iowa, Iowa City. Iowa He is now teaching in t| lc chc-utslrv department of Southeast Missouri fetate College. He will voice during the term 1947-48. at j the recital last night In the high '• school auditorium. i Nancy Nyc Hamilton, daughter [ of Mr. and Mrs. George Hamilton j was awarded the piano scholarship I of Cooler, with second honors going to Emily • iridc, presented Sue Damon, daughter of Mr. and; Mrs. Emil Damon. | The voice s c h o 1 a r s h ip was ' awarded to Mary Jo Eaton, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Coady Eaton with Sue McGee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. McGce, receiving second place. , A ' r - »nd Mrs. T. J. B:ilicy a''iu I Thursday tliildrcu h«-e moved to the" home Philathinn Class meeting at the they recently purchased on 1320 \ First Baptist Church for a dinner ricarn street. They formerly re- '1:30 p.m. -ided at, 1100 Holly street. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Robert Needham, Marked Tree. Elmer Jones, citv. Yemma Bailey, city. Mrs. Louis Berry, city. Mrs. Rex Warren, city. Wall« Hospital Di.smis.scd: | Ola B. Manley. Rte. 1. city. Monday. | Dr. T. T. Ross, state health"officer, of Little Rock, said that even though the film was short it was 01 general Interest and the State Board of Health is urgln» that a s many as possible see the film, which they believe will help prevent unnecessary deaths from neart disease. Bo* Office Opens «:3»"^" A Show Starts «M5 Opens Sunday 1:<M); Starts 1:14 Continuous Shows Sat. & Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday No pastes honored on Sunday At Roxy Theatr* Last Time Today DOUBLE FEATUKK Cynth id with Georire Murphjr an< Mary An tor DISTIimUTOIt'S NAME ADDRESS 'Inn »W m (tn "lt« K NAME ADD«BS_ " Wtllit. . CITY _ Alexander's Ragtime Band with Tyrone- Power"* AUn; Fay* 544 Sterick BldR. Memphis. Tenn. Red Cro >s Water Safety Expert Visits BlytheviUe Ray Kncip of St. Louis Is In Bly- thcvlllc this week consulting wlih civic oiganizallons and the Chick- ns.iwha District of the American Red Cross in regard to the Summer swimming program planned by the chapter. Mr. Kncip Is Mid-Western area first aid. water safety and accident prevention field representative and assists various Red Cross units with such programs. hrou sh the >iincllon«l ' ort P«"«»r to women ? Do « lhls m.te you 1 nash «' '"I 'O niru- omootmrt .1,0 haV-h, stomachic tonic enact.'. LYDI» E. PINKHN'S S work on his" doctorate "deRrce thn'- Dicfe G.rcenwell to Sing . mg the Summer a t Die Stute UtiiV •••-•I verslty. .A reception was held In the briclDs home iinmcdiatelv following the ceremony. Out of town guests who attended were Mr. nlld Mrs H L Sm([|i Miss Lauretta' Smith. Mr. and Xfrs' lony J. smith Sr.. Mr. and Mrs rpny J. Smith Jr.. Mrs. Mvrtlc Limbailgh of Plat River. Mo Mrs Kate Allen. Blodgett. Mo. Mr. ™d Mrs. iicnry o, smith. Poplar i •> [f. Mo.. Clarence Dalton, Jackson. Mo Dr. and Mrs. u E. Cooper, Fort Meyers. Fla., Mrs E. w. McCann, Miss Mar K arct McCann and Mrs. Mike Wilson or cooler, Mo. At MOAT This Summer Dick Crrcnwrlt. son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Grmiwcll went In Memphis Sunday where he will sins wllh the chorus at the Memphis Open Air Theatre. Tills Is tils second year to be selected as one of Ihe singers there. His voice'In- structor here is Miss Jean Sarbcr. Medical Society to Meet The Mississippi County Medical Society wl'l m«cl tonight at 7:30 for a dinner arid business meeting at the Rustic Inn in Osceola. -- —.. ... Haines : anri his sister, Mrs. Louis Stein of : Grand Island, Nbr., returned ye.s- j tcrciay from Hickory and Chapel Hill. N. C.. where they spent the. past week. They attended the wed- umg ol Harry A'bert Kajnos and Mit-s Nnn:y Sl-.ufortl. which •"-' .solonmizod jact Saturday cry. .Mrs. -'Stein left Uiis morning for her home. Mr. and Mrs. Jcscph Donald Creemveli end daugiiter, Donnn, of Memphis, spent ihc weekend here with Mr. 'Grecnwcll's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul R Grccmvcil. T.iey attended' graduation exercises here of Dicl:ie Greeinycll. F.-Lday night. Mrs. Harry Weedman and Miss Nancy Pnrtlow will be in Memphis tomorrow where they will meet and accompany home Miss t \ nn weed- man, who attended Texas Stale College for Women. Denton, Te.v Miss Wccdman has been visiting in Hunt.wille. Tex., for the past i week. , | Mr nnd Mrs. j. p. Friend and I son. f!. A. have us ihe:r guests this • week, Mrs. Friend's mother. Mrs. ] W. n. Brown and her sister Melvin E. Glbbs. and son, of Lufkin. Tex. Mrs. O. P. Barber and son of Lawrence. Kas., arrived ,„.,„ night to spend Uvo weeks here with Mrs. Barber's mother, Mrs. G w Dillahunty. Edwin Wccdman returned home loday from the University of Arkansas. Payeltcvlllf. to .spend the hummer here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wccdman. Khvanis Club, elementary school. ' 7:00 p.m. Oak Ridge Lab Workers ! Finish Wage Offer Vote i I OAK DIDOE. Tenn.. June 2.— ~, lUPi— Fewer than 200 atomic in Hick- i workers are left to vote on whe- i thcr to accept a filial'wage offer' | of the Carbide and Carbon Chemi-i cats Corporation at Oak Ridge '. , National Laboratory. About TOO La- ' bor Council (AFL) voted yesterday. | The ballots will be counted to- j night and the results announced. $25,000.00 Cash is First Prize in Family Sweepstakes Contest! Huge Family Sweepstakes Prize To Be Awarded At The Conclusion Of Pepsi-Cola "Treasure Top" Contests! Here's your chance to win $25,000.00 Cash! That's the top prize of 40 offered in Pepsi-Cola's terrific'Treasure Top" Sweepslakes and Contests. It's the greatest con- Thursday & ^Friday DOUBLE FEATURE r itost Famous Sea Story Ever Rimed! But the National Labor Relations Board officials conducting the elect- j ion said the final result will not' be certified to U. S. Ally. Gen.i Ipst'pv-pp ^1 Tom Clark until June 7. thus giv- : „ ~.l ever ., 3 f ing both sides time to file any ob- ^. Ch , mot jth in your state! Jc-.'.ons. Kig Monthly National Prizes! Officials of the union have pre- .And best of all, that big cttcicd that the workers will over-! $25,000.00 Prize! For fun— whelmingly reject Ihc company j ' offer. At a mass meeting last Sun-: day. Ihe union voted to request a 26 cent and honr overall increase! and to withdraw its 15-ccnt-an-j Mrs. .hour compromise offer. Bill,! Tom. lasi Health Officer indorses Film to Be Shown Here Be Your Age. » film portraying the story of heart disease and which lias' been endorsed by the; health department of many states | add American Henri Associations officials will be shown al the Roxie Theater In Blytheville, Sunday and BEFORE „ HE MAST AIAN*-^"*"* Be a tcinner — enter nowt Pepsi-Cola's sensational new contest. Enter now enter often. Every entry* gets a Treasure Certificate for the big Family Sweepstakes Prizes! under the cork in every Pepsi- r if \ L ',-,", Cola bottle top. Collect'em... Look for the hitlden design swap 'em . . . it's fun. £r.fri.. ,hould fee complrtt onrf «ccom,«, n l r d fc, , "T,,M,,r* Top". GET ENTRY BLANKS AT YOUR STORE UndK ippwnlm?n1 Irofn P«Bsi.Col* Compary. K. Y. I'KI'SI-COI.A Continuous Showing Everyday COM5'ANY OF HI.YTHEV1U, RITZ THEATRE BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 4th, 9:30 A.M. BIG ADMISSION CARTOON 25< SHOW FOR THE KIDS Two Hours of Your Favorir. Cartoon Character! Bugs Bunny . . . Little Ll ,] u poneve thf *M* „ , You Will huh. F,.. 1 Soek „, ond 1 Comic Book SPECIAL! Afl broken Loti of Thursday! Friday! Saturday! SPECTATORS Displayed on Table and Racks All Sales Finaf wmwm i SONS SHOES HARTS Bread S!iys LONGER

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