The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 8, 1948 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 8, 1948
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f FACT FOUR B[,YTHKVIU,B (A)IK.) COUUIER Honored Phon« 4461 Informal Party Honors Miss Joyner, Fiance , Mis* M»ry Frances Niinn complimented Miis S«r» Grace Joyner utd hfr fiance, Jack WcPliail Clies- nutt of v«ro Beach, Fit., wlili an informal drop-In party last night j In th« Colonial Room of tile Hotel Noble. ; •Approximately to guests culled between the hours of 8 till 10 o'clock The table, from Vhich assorted party foods and punch were served, was overlaid with a while linen cloth and centered will) n striking! arrangement or mixed Spring flow-i era in pastel shades In a low pottery bowl. { Large' bouquets of plcardy gladioli and roses were arranged throughout thr room. Miss Nunn, who wore a green and brown plaid silk dress, was assisted In serving by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Nunn. Miss Joyner chose for the occasion a black and while printed i bemberg sheer dress with black accessories. Bunco Party Is Given By Mrs. Eddie Ford Jr. Mrs. N. J. King of Temple, Tex., and Mrs. Cecil Cooper of Cnmpl Hood, Tex., were guesls of honor i yesterday when Mrs. Eddie Ford' Jr., complimented them with a bun- co party at her home. During the afternoon when bun- co was played, Mrs. King won'bun- co. Miss June Milhorn, high, and . Mrs. R. W. Davis, low. Bouquets of hydrangeas and ro- j MS were arranged throughout the] home for the occasion. j The hostess served * dessert i course and iced drinks. Women's Council Meets With Mrs. J. C. Ellis Jr.' The Women's Council ol llle First ChrisHm Church met yesterdnv at the home ot Mrs. J. c. Ellis Jr. (or t missionary study program wilh J5 members present. Mrs. John Burnett was co-hostess. Mrs, A. R. Wetenkamp was In charge of the study program, at which time , she gave a review of the years work of the council. The devotion*] was given by Mrs. j p Garrott who was assisted by Mrs' Ben Harpole. At the close o/ the program, the Rev. Lester D. Strubhar, pastor gave a dedication of this years •tudy course. Following the. meeting, refresh^ •menis were KrvcH by the hostesses. Birthday Party Is Given, Honoring; Gary Wayne Gill • Gary Wayne Gill, son of Mr; and . Mrs. James H. GUI. celebrated his' seventh birthday Saturday with a I P»rtr. i The 14 guests were taken to Walker Park where various party »tma »cd contest* were played i Fnaw were won by Wanda Wren »sa Irtrtu El! edge. M^cwlti". iced drinks'anrt cake; The hast K-is assisted In enter-1 . OT his mother and Mrs ' H. Crook. Mrs. Everett Eu- ajid Mrs. Raymond Wren. Business Women's Circle Meets With Mrs. A. Lane Mn. Ah-In Lane was hostess at her home last night to nine mem- twrs of Business Women's circle nglit of the First Baptist Church and one guest, Mrs. C. L. McWal- ers. The mtellng was opened wiih .the repeating of the watchword. Mrs. McHaney Hostess To G. E.O. Club, Guest Mis. Joseph w. McHaney was hostess at her home last night to members of a. E. o. Bridge Club and one guest, Mrs. Howard Desplinter. When bridge games were played during the evening, Miss Dorothy Jean Hlgelnson won high, and Miss Veia "Goorirlch, bridgo. Bouquets of red ros« were arranged throughout the home. The hostess aerved refreshments • •» • Baptist Y. W. A. Meets At Miss Overman's Home Miss Bernlce Overman was hostess last night at her home to members of the Youn» Women'* Auxiliary of the Flrtt B«ptUt Church with eight .member) attending. The program on the mbject of "Margaret Fund- Girls" was taken from the Y. W. A. Window. Miss Adaline Lee spoke on "Blue Mountain Girl" and Miss Cliffle Overman spoke on "William-Mary Girl." The program was dismissed with prayer by Miss June Buchanan. The hostess assisted by her sls- '.ers served refreshments. Executive Board Meets At Presbyterian Church The Executive Board of the Woman's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian Church met yesterday at the church with ie members present. Devotional was given by Mrs. noss Stevens, .who chose as her lofllc, "The Power of Prayer." Mrs. L. S. Hartzog, president, presided during the business session, at which time plans Were made for having combined meetings of the executive board and the auxiliary to be held during July and August. Mrs. McDonald Speaks To Baptist W. M. U. Mrs. John R. McDonald, who recently returned from Germany where she hud been with her husband, who was stationed there, was Bliesl speaker at the meeting of the Women's Missionary Onion of the First Baptist Church yesterday. Mrs. McDonald spoke on "People And Religion In Germany." Following Mrs. McDonald's talk. Mrs, W. Marion Williams conducted the business meeting at which old and new business was discussed. Miss Cordelia Whllhlte and Mrs. B. C. Brown Jed the prayer. Bachelor Supper Given By Richard Roberts Richard Roberts was host Sntiir- d«y at a steak supper for 19 of his friends at the Catholic Hull. The banquet table was covered with a white linen cloth and centered with an arrangement of red roses in a crystal bowl, other bouquets of early Summer flowers were used to decorate the hall. Following supper, card games, ping pong and other games were played by Hie guests. At The Hospitals Blythevllle Hospital Merval Jones, Hornersvillc, Mo Robin DcPrlest, Steelc, Mo. Billy Mntin. Rte. 2, city. WlHs Hospital" Dismissed: Mrs. L. J. Blackwood and baby Manila. Mrs. K. G. McElajannon. Luxora Charlcj B. Robinson, Wilson. Bobby Jo Bartholomew, caru- thersville, Mo.' *;>!>;>;>:>:?•;>"*;»;>;;*;>;»:>"•;»;>;>;>;>:? s Bits of News | j»i i s Mrs. J. D. McDowell has as her guests her -sisters. MM. Myrtle Preston and Mrs. J. W. I>eMoss, Mr. DeMosi'ajid their grsiulson. Jimmy Woods, all n) Maugham, La. The guwls. who arrived yrar.cdny udcr- noon, will be here until Thursday when thej will be nccompajiied home by Mrs. McDowell, who will remain there tor a vUil of several weeks. Mrs. N. J. King and claiipli'.cr. Rose Ann of Tempi;. Tex., lire lh« gu«*ti ot Mi. ami Mrs. J. W. Mll- horu and family. Mrs. Neville Blnker.iore and Mrs. Wendell Eaton aimit ye.sU'i-clay In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Ambrose ami daughter, Florence, iiave returned fiom Col'.imbus, Miss., where they the weekend. Mrs Alrm McNeill will leave lo- ntBht for Clay Ccmcr. Kas., where she will spend three wecis us (jucst of her da..!(hlcr, Mrs. Frank Meyers Jr., Mr. Meyers and son, Kraiikit. Mrs. Meyers is the for.nci Alice McNeill. Condition of Mrs. n. A. Backs, who has been ill at lier home lor several days, is Improved. Mr. and Mr«i. p. K. Hnrrls of Poplar Bhif!, Mo. and fonnerlv of Blytheville, visited friend.* "and relatives here over the weekend. Mr. Harris recently graduated Irom the Mi.sxouri School ol Mines al . Rolla, Mo., and will ix; connected wilh the Missouri Utilities as assistant engineer at Poplar Biulf. Mrs. R z. Crimes and daughter Dale Df CharlottciVJile. Vx, will arrive today b.v plane to spend wo weeks here ns guests ol her parents, Dr. unit Mrs. L. II. Moore. They will be met li, Memphis oy Dr. aim Mr.s. Moore. Mr. and M«. L. A. CoUliarp of New Albany. Miss., liavs returned lo their lionie after Epemliiu several (lay.s i-.cre will, Mr. a-.d Mrs. Jl. C. Collins. They cnrne to tt'.i'.'iul tlic horse sale thai was helrt at |he c. G. Smith Sale Barns \»r,i week. Mr. and Mr.s. Quincy King and children. Jack and Sally of Siiestan, Mo., nrc spon'.li".g thi,; • iv<ji*K here as gnesls o! Mr. ana Mrs. P. J. Poe and soji, Joe. .Ernestine Holt left Sunday for Hamilton. Miss., where she will be Die euesl of Mr. and jlr.;. fveri Hull. Mrs. Lucy McAdam.i and daugn- tcr, MJ.5s Jane McAilaiwt and Mus Cllffie Webb returned from Jonesboro where they attended Uu; wedding Sunday o[ John McAdsmsand Miss Grace Jernie Cir'eealvaw. Miss McAdams was vocalist In the wedding. Mrj. Sally Needham accompanied by Mrs. w. C. Richardson and chll- I dre'n of Holland, Mo., and Mrs. P. K. Harris of Poplar Bluff. Mo., left Sunday for Wichita, Kans. where I they will visit with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Tandy. Before returning home they will be the (•uesls of Mr. i and Mrs. w. .T Dotts In Oklahoma I City. Okla. for several days. ! Mr. ami 1 Mrs. Ewcll Walters ot Luxora. formerly of Dlytheville. are the parents or a daughter born .June 6, In (he Walls Hospital here. Their second child, she has been named Sherry Darlcne. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Collins and family of Holly SIWIDRS. Miss., were Hie guests of Mr. Collins' brother II. C. Collins and Mrs. Collins, Saturday. Drs. Carl and Edna Mies spent Sunday l[\ Memphis Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ktrby spent Sunday in Paragouhi as guests of Mi,s Clara Douglas, daughter of I Mr. and Mis. John Dousla.s of Os- I ceola, left Sunday for Sioux City, I Iowa, where she will attend a threc- I week training course of the Meth- j odist Youth Caravan. She was ivc- I ramncnded for this appointmcni. by the North Arkansas Conference Board of Education and the General Board of Education of the Melliorilst Church, under direction this program is sponsored , Upon completion ol tnis couvs- she will be .-issii'iied tor seven i weeks to some state other than Ar- I kansas where she. in a group of j three student.; and one aditic counselor, will visit seven Methodist, churches lor the purjiosc of oren- iJi/inif anil reviving youth work. Wendell Evanson of Wynne, and ML«s Douglas were the only appointments made from the North Arkansas Conference. They received this honor for their ouLstandins work in the"youth in ih<-ir local churches for character anci leadership. A Junior at State Teachers College in Comvay, Miss n.-.uglas Is vlcc-pi-osldcnt of the Wesley Foundation und In April was » dele-ale to the Arkansas Metl-oclist, Student, Movement.. liel<i in Masnulij at the A. and M. Colic-go there. TUESDAY, JUNE 8, Fashions for Fall Take Shape 'f SCe " ln lhe ** '-casters of Paris *»*»»* '««-« «* What he sees In her How old Mrs. So-and-so really How ..the Joneses can nwnage to do all they do on his salary Why, with plenty o/ money' < 0 spend. Mrs. Such-and-such doesn't have better taste. Why little Mrs. Smith puts uu with her husband's bullying Why the Browns weren't at the Whites lust party, when they've always ecemed to be SUC |, Eood friends. Why Mrs. Green doesn't stay home and look after her children Instead of • running around to bridge parlies and club meetincs all the time. The REAL reason for some couple's marital crack-up. Why. Oh Why Why Miss Forty has never married. Why other people spend their money as they do. Why the men are fooled by somt woman who could never fool another woman. Why some young man 'doesn't many a nice girl all the older women think would "make some young man a wonderful wife." A woman will spend a lot of lime wondering about and discussing such questions as these never realizing that other women are wondering (lie same sorl, of things about herself and her family. iNOW! ;'at FOUNTAINS: Everywhere! The fitted dress coat of winter-blue, right, unfurls back fullness Irom sunburst pleats rcle^ed below a ssxrrir- « »- —• ~ - - ^ 'her mother,'Mrs. J. f,.'' Wllbourn Mr. and Mrs. E. 8. Thomas and son, Donald' Hlckmnn, moved yesterday from 216 North Eighth, to their new home at 1137 Henm. Miss Carmen Cnry is visiting i relatives in Lake Village and El i Dorado for two weeks. I Condition of Mrs. Margaret Ma- [han Bell, who underwent an opcr- ;ntion last week at the Methodist ; Hospital in Memphis, Is much tm|proved. i Miss Laura Swain arrived home today from Washington University, St. Louis, Mo., to spend a week here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Matthews before returning there i to attend the Summer term, Mr. and Mrs. W. Leon Smith and daughter, Janocl. were in Little Rock Saturday, where Mr. Sniitli attended lo business. Thev were inef in Little Rock by Mr. Smith's son. Jack Purdue Smith and his fiance, Miss Joanne SinRli of Pine Bluff, who spent the day there with them. Mrs. Cecil Cooper of Carnp Hood, Tex, has returned to her home there niter spending several clays here ns ficicsts of Mr. and Mrs. J W. Milhorn and family. Condition of Mrs Horace Wai- pole, who underwent n major operation Saturday night at the Walls Hospital. Is improved. Mr. and Airs. E. B. Akin and sons. Denny and Jimmy have returned from a weeks visit in Earle as guests of Mrs. Akln's parents. Mr. nnrt Mrs. Elmer Rccder. Coming Events Social Calendar Tuesday La Nucve Club meeting at 'the home of Miss Mary Adah Robinson at 8:00 p.m. IVedncsclnj Miss'Sara Grace Joyner will bc- come the bride of Jack McPhail I ClicsnuU of Vcro Beach, Pla., in . a ceremony lo be solemnized at < I o'clock at the First Presbvterian Church. Avalon Bunco members meeting at the home of Mrs. Paul Mahon Thursday Piriclis Class of the First Baptist Church will have a pot luck supper at the home of Mrs. G V naws on Hearn Street, with Mr.i Joe Wacldy as co-hostess at 6:10 ':luck. Octette club mcetinR at the home of Mrs. C. F. Tucker Thursday Night Club members being entertained »t the home at Mrs. Don Haley. Thursday Rook Club members meeting; at the home of Mrs. T. W Goforth. Elliott Fletcher Chapter of the! United Daughters of the Confeder-i acy meeting at the home of Mrs Loy Welch at 12:30 p.m. I Friday | The closing exercises of vacation' church school will be held at the! First Methodist Church at 7:30 p.m. j C. B. C. Club members will meeoi | Donald Hickman Receives i Degree in Agriculture I Donald Hickman, son of Mrs E B. Thomas of Blytheville. received his B. s. degree in Arglculture at graduation exercises of the University of Missouri, held Friday in Columbia. Mr. Hickman was one of five graduates in the School of Argl- ciilture's 300 to graduate with distinction, A graduate of Blythe%'llle High School, he later attended Texas A. <fc M.. College Station, Arkansas A. & M., Monttcello,*and Harvard University where he was-com- missioncd an ensign in the Navy. Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. Kendall Berry were In Columbia for the graduation exercises and were accompanied home by Mr. Hickman, who will visit here for several weeks' | at the home or Mrs. H. A. Copeland for a pot-luck dinner. Alpha Beta Bunco club being entertained at the home of Mrs. Fred McGregor. ; Civic Calendar | Tuesday > American Legion—8:0(1 p m City Council —8:00 p.m. • Wednesday Klwanas Club, Hotel Noble—-12'10 p.m. Thursday ' Rotary Club, Holel Noble—12-10 p.m. ; | On Honor Roll Larry Baker, son jf Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Baker, was one of the eighih j grade students who luarie (he se- i mester and sir. weeks honor roll, it was announced today by A. E. Calriweil, principal ol Junior High School. His name was omitted irom I the list of students published )n I May 4 Issue of the Courier Neus. ; ., Medkal Test Proved ThH , Great to Relieve MONTHLY FEMALE PAINS Are you trosibled by dlatrtcs of Ifr- male functional monthly disturbances? Does thl« mafc« you suffer from pain, (eel so ntsrvaus, weak, high-strung—at met! times? Then no try Lydla E. Plnkbam'm Vegetable Compouud to relieve «uch symptoms! In a recent nie<]|?fU test thla proved renmrkftblv helpful lo women troubled this way. Any drugstore. We the Women By Ruth Mlllett NEA ' Staff WritUr Women waste a lot of time speculating on'unanswerable questions. Mrs. I. R. VanPallcn led the Royal Service program on the subject of "Training World Workers Tor World Missions" and she was M t? (b> ' Mrs - B - W. Wooten. Mrs. Vesta Roiven and Mrs. John »'W^r % c ^ The hostess served rctehmcnis. FOUNTAINS! Every where! No Bingo Game This Week To kelp the Junior Chamber of Commerce better promote their Beauty Pageant we hove decided to hold no Bingo game this week. American Legion Dud Cason Post 24 the cMie permanent 9 out of |0 v; <>men buy n-wicta surv«y of drug store* show* worn«n prefet TONI over any oth«r hom« ptrma -.tnt by an overwhelming majority • Toni Rive* the^mosl nslural-tookitiR vj»ve you've eve; }\,*A. • Contains famous Toni Creme \VavinR Lotion — developed csp«- cially for waving your hair at hatuc • Tom has been awarded tlic Parents' Ma^Azme Tested an/ 1 -nendcd Seal. • N«?^kill-nospc .In;., <? rt^ixnrcd to Rive voursclt Toni, s oa?y as rnllins your hair p on cm :rs . but the ivave slays ir for «ion; i?> Yottr Tont iv,- e *s nn -atitecd to lf v»k as lovely an ' I.i5i just ™loEi£ a? a • 13 beauty shop ave —or, i oney back. WOODS DRUG STORE Phone 507 221 W. Main FINE FURS KNOW... Fine furs know it takes more than a fan In protect (hern in (he summer. .Tiisl a short phone cull to our office «nd your furs are on their way lo a bonded cold storage vault. They're scientific-all yprocesserf »nd kept safe from moths, drying heal and theft PEERLESS CLEANERS 416 S. Franklin Phone 2433 UNBELIEVABLY SHEER! yet they cannot runi FANTASY *'MOJUD You'll swcir you're wcat- ing a moonbeam. Yet these nylon stockings cannot run. Isn't this what you've alwiys dreamed of? For sheer cncluntmcnt ask for Fantasy in our bosicry department. Sizes sy, to 10l/ 2 . $2.50 Now! For the first time in 8 years . . - you may have your choice selection of sheer nylon Hosiery in the new shades 57/75 57/20 $495 I P' , ,Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:15 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 n.m. 12:15 p.m. 4:30 p.i Tuesday Tender Years with Joe E. Brown Selected Short SnbjtclJ Continuous Showing Every Day Wednesday & Thursday Friday f CLARK GABtf TURNER Box Office Opens 6:3& Show Starts 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Siarls 1:15 Continuous Shows Sal- A Sun. Bargain Night Evcrj Night Except Saturday « poises honored on Sunday at Roxy Theatre; Tuesday and Wednesday living in a Big Way You're bubbling over wilh music_ doutilinj over vsilti laughter

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