The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 16, 1948 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 16, 1948
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1>AGE FOUR BI,YTHF,VII,I,E (AUK.) COCKIER NK\\'S oce ety * Phone 4161 Informal Morning Party Compliments Miss Wright Uim Dorothy Elizabeth Wright, who will become the bride ol W. O. Geurin Jr. In * ceremony to be •olrmntMd Friday morning *t the Tlrst Presbyterian Church, was Kiln honored yesterday when Mrs. J. C. Ellii Sr., Mrs. George Barham »nd Mrs. C. A. Tant, complimented her with »n Informal morning parly »nd surprise miscellaneous shower at Mra. Barhams' home on Hcnrn Street. Approximately K guests called between 10 and 11:30 o'clock. In th« receiving line were Miss Wright, her mother, Mrs. Percy Wright. Mrs. W. O. Geurin Sr., and Mrs. T«nt. The dining room table, from which coffee'and party foods were served, was overlaid with a cutwork linen cloth and centered with ft low bowl filed with mixed garden flowers. Clematis vines Interspersed with small pastel colored garden flowers were arranged from the bowl of garden flowers to form a tan shaped arangement. Mrs. House Harp poured the coffee. Arrangements of mixed Spring flowers were placed throughout the home for the occasion. Miss Wright chose for the occas- 6 Ion a pink and white stripped chambray dress with white accessories Included In the guests was Mrs. J. H. McNew of Knoxville, Tenn., who U visiting her sister, Mrs. Freeman Robinson and family. Miss Virginia Bailey Is Wed to Kenneth Croft Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Bailey today announced the marriage ol their daughter, Miss Virginia Bailey of Blytheville to Kenneth Croft, son cf Mrs. Thclma Croft and the late Mr. Croft of Dallas, Te.\. The single ring ceremony wa.s solemnized June H at the First Baptist Church in Dallas with the pastor officiating in the presence of close friends and relatives of ths couple. The bride wore a grey crepe with black accessories. She pinned a corsage of white carnations at her ahoulder. Mrs. Croft attended school in Blytheville and Memphis and was employed as office clerk at the Blytheville Laundry. Mr. Recent Bride Mrs. Jini'ny Gnlfin of Os:-col;i ivns, before her marriage here Jinw at Ulc ]]0m< , of , 1C] . ,, al . pn( _ s Miscellaneous Shower Honors Mrs. Jackson Mrs. Ralph Jackson, the former Miss Georgle Mae Davis, was honored last night, when Mrs Herbert Belts etilertaijjcd with a .surprise miscellaneous shower at her hntne on Carolyn Street. During the evening various parly Kamc.s and contests were played with prizes being won by Mrs. Nor- nifin coble and Mrs, Cecil Hays. Mrs. Jnckson wa» presented her Kifts by the hostess and also corsage of red carnations. She wore for the occasion, a white linen dress with gold accessories. Assorted party foods with lectl drinks were served t>y Ihe hostess, who was assisted by Mrs. Newton Richard. *»»:»:>;:•::•:>:»:»: >:»:>:>:&>.>..••, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 16, 1048 ^ % Bits of News Coixlitlon of w) 'o iimlcrupnt Mrs. R. Ij. Lntn'o, minor operation | i,, a S:. Louis hospital last Friday. and Mr.s. 1,. H. Turner, Miss I/)ui:.e I is nmch improved. She is now Woodard Turner. her lion Mrs. Eddie Joseph Phuro of Birmingham, Ala., was before her mar- June 0 al tlie Noble Hotel Miss Betty Jean Moor", riaushler of Mr. and Mrs. Davi.l Michael Moore of Ovsccola. riage liere, Luxora News Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Montgomery and ton, Travis, Jr.-ft Sunday for a visit with friends in Pascagoula. iwi,, and 1'en.sacola, Fla. Dr. and Mrs. E. B. JJoean ]»fl Saturday on a vacation lour o! Iho New Knyland .slates. Mr. unci Mrs. Avcry Rush and We the Women By Kiilh Mlllett In a recent magazine, article the I does that she hns to turn the Job and tli wife of a scientist claims that of home-making ami child-raising ""* sl >' nn spends her days awny from home. To uc a good wife and satisfactory mother, a woman can't keep office hours. When she her job Interfere with home life What it. usually bolls down In is that lhe successful career woman pays a less successful woman to do her job of home-making :n kids herself inlo bellev.' is smart enough lo man. poor wives and mothers. over to a mrans slle cimn'/iter of Annadlio, Tex,, spent, Substitute "career women" lor Monday and Tuesday with Mr. , scientist, and her contention is Is actually doing only Hush's sisters, Mrs. Henry Spaim and Mi>s l''loreni:e Hush. Mr. and Mis. Lee lyong have gone lo Flint, Mich., to attend the graduation of lli(:ir graiul.son, Dan 13en- ncU. They \\ttl remain /or a visit with then daughter, Mr.s. U. Ben- j:ctt and Mi. Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Crawiurd iittended the CL'.rdinal-Giant baseball game in St. lymi.s, Sunday. The members of the Luxorti Buok Club ins simulmx two days al ill.. 1 C. U. Wood coLlayo, Nanuuikel, al Horshoe Lake. M;s. S. B. Terry .spent Thursday and Friday m O.sceola witli he* ^ratuldauuhter, Mrs. R. W. Butler. C. B. Wood Ji., reiurned home .Monday n.'cht Irfim Waterbury, Conn., whe:e he .siwi'.t several (jn l>usjnt.s^. Mr. and Mis. Wilson Forrest of Memphis were lhe guests ol Mi'. Forrest's paronl.s, Mr. and Mrs, O. N. Forrest, Monthly and Tuesday still A down generally true. woman simply can't hold job Important full-time part of the to be doing. Home, Job Won't .Mix But the wives and mothers who choose careers, or are forced still be a e ood wife and mot.., i ^'Z^^ec'i '!£' ^ Plenty of women today kid • home-making in order lo n-ike a l lemselvc.s that they can. But success at wark. So we read a its pure self-deception. i nl of nonsense about this or that successful woman who doesn't lei two jobs she claims Read Courier News Want Ad«. career and [ and mother.! . See E. H. FORD Before You DIE! Coming Events Social Calendar Calvary W.M.U. Meets For Regular Program The Women's Missionary Union of Ihe Calvary Uapllsl Church met in circle K>'uup.s Monday afternoon for regular program. | Circle One met. at the home 'Of 'Mrs Mable Lunsforri. Mis. John oiuc on North Fifth Slreel re- C'oimly Auditor. P. B. Cooloy was dismissed today from tlic Blythc- ville HosjjJtnJ where he underwent cliulo. Mrs. I iii k C'rorner, I llob Ct'omcf, Mis, A. !•'. :.\ii;v ]•:. I,. Hauls. Mrs. J. A, J Miss Bhiuche Cloe.-ii'. Mrs j Doyh 1 Ltiui Mis. IJeniier Cunwriyht. ( Mrs. Thoimts 1, Smith, who has SJXMH Ihp month in Denvei. i Colo., will return to the homo of her dsm^hUT, Mrs R. I.. Nailling Thursday n R. C. Club bring enienaineo at lhe home of Mrs. Rn.u.icll Wen. Octcuc Club meeting m the home of Mrs. R. c. Rose. Thursday Hook Club bcini; enter- j! " lc A<!a "'s. daughter of Mrs. lainod ai Ihe home ol Mrs u.Oc • Ci<101 '« <1 Adams was taken to a Htuni' ; Mfinfjhi.s haspufil yi'.sieraay for ob- 'I 1 . A. Hell is spending three •, in Helena, on business. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lewis, M rs . B. O. GUI, Mrs. ft, D, Hnrdln and Holmes. Tucson. luis returned to make her home from 11 . from Foils Camp. Miss., where they} '" | lUtetuh'tl funeral services of Mrs. Hodge after diirhif; the business' Giirlcy. Americu James of 'fell City, M. Krntz and her uncle, Burks. Those who participated on the program and their topics were. Mrs. Holmes, who discussed "Call For Such A Time:" Mrs Don Aycock, "Workinj; Women;" ilrs. : Umsforrl. "Tomorrow !s Here;" and Mrs. Raymond Dclknaj). "Commim- i Ity Missions." Mrs. liinks dismiss- ' ed the xroup with prayer. Circle Two met at tlic home '. Croft attended Tech Hl B h in j or Mrs . Nowl slujrl Mrs _, w Dallas and served one year in tlis Tomlinson gave the opening prayer Navy during World War II. He ; s ' -now employed ill Dallas, where the couple will make their home. | hearsal dinner at the Hotel Noble , at H o'clock. | The Pathlinders Cln-ss of lhe First j Church having a pot, lurt jsupper at the church, al 7:30 p.m. i Friday C. B. C. Club meeting al liie home of Mrs. C. S. Dowdy. Alpha Beta Club helnu cnier- laincd at the home of Mis, Lane "'Mr 1 »iili"M'i : s 1 "joc"Dob'so 1 !"or'''Mi ! ™' N ' " clul> bci " p entc, uiine.l rie, Ark and J u bobson' of "' lllc llomc ol Mrs ' Wcldon W. '• Trmiunm. Ark., were [lie weekend Ncl j c '- _,„.... Kiiests of their niece, Mrs. II. B. ' ""? D »™t»J' Ehzabetl) Wright Wright. They were accompanied wln bec " : »'' li "- »"< lc "' w - °home try Mrs. w L. Wages who Ciellr '» J >~- "> » ceremony to lie will spend a week' with them solemnized at n o'clock at the Fir.,1 Mrs. J. F. Etchicson and daugh- Presbyterian Church, tor, Ronnie Faye left today for Saturday Harrison. Ark., where they will visit I Cotillion Club members being rn- with Mrs. Etchieson's sister. Mrs.' l«rtalncd al the lull, at 9:00 p.m. J. W. Shlnn and Mr. Shinn. ' Hosls »ncl hostesses are, Dr. and Liciitetianl and Mrs. Howard Mls - p - E - Utlcy, Mr. and Mrs. Max nation. Mrs. Roy ButtiTlck vernl weeks in Magnolia { mu'^ls of irU-nd.s Informal Party Is Given By Rosemary Monaghan Bertie Vnstbiucier was in charge of the program and chose as her theme "There Is Coming A Kingdom." Others who participated nn the program were Mrs. Tomlinson. Mrs. Henry McCain. Mrs. Lllcian Gaines and Mrs. Hoyd who Rave lhc niblc study. Dismissal prayer was given by Mrs. Carra Pruiii. Joy Jackson ami suzettc Mann of Brownsville, Tenn.. who are tlie guests ol their aunt, Mrs. E. M. Terry Sr., were honored yesterday •when Rosemary Monaglian compll- c i c r r-- mented them with an Informal OlcaK OUppcr Is LilVcn morning party at her home on " West Ash Street.. Twelve young guests Attended the affair which began at 10:30 The guests were served'refresh- .. menti of assorted party foods and I Business Women's Circle Ei? iced drinks from a table covered ' cf lhc Firsl Baptist Church, with with a lace cloth and centered with stc!lk sll PI'et en the lawn of h a novel arrangement, of mixed j homc ° r Wcst Mlli " Street If" or Ba|)tist Circle 1 Dr. Edna Nies was nt!:ht at her home to hostess la.s- embers of floweri. Bouquets of pring flowers were arranged throughout the home (or the ^ occasion. - • • • Mrs. Whitis Entertains Tri-Town Club, Guests Mr*. Newton \VYiitls wns hostess yesterday when she entertained members of the Tri-Town Club and two Euesls, Mrs. Karl Wndcnpfiihl »nd Mrs. Diclc white, at her home on North llth Street. During the afternoon bridge games, ^5rs. James L. Brooks wn:i high score and Mrs. While, second hiph. Vases of early Summer flowers were arranged throughout the rwme. The hostess seryed B dessert. course. Birthday Is Celebrated By Patricia Jean Wallers Patricia Jean Walters, dauglvcr i i' of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Walters, cele- brnted her second birthdav Inst week with a party at lhe home of her grandmother. Mrs. John Poster on North Fifth Strret. Twenty-fou" ol her young friends dropped In to help her celebrate Irom « to 6 o'clock. Refreshn-.tnts or birthday cai;e tiio ice cream were served. Favors of balloons and whisllcs were presented to each guest. Nine msinber.s and one Mrs. ^li-.rlns Ray Nt'wcomb attendee!. Following the su])pcr. the group gathered to the slinporch of tiv; home where a mis.sion study program was held. Mrs. Newcomb gare the discufeiou on the first (h\-.\: chapters ot tiip mission study book "To Whom Much 3s Given" iuid Dr. Nics presided over the busine.vs nice!"ijj r.ud also gnve the ctevo- lional The mee'mc: wn.s dismissed «'ic;i prayer. Dell W. S. C. S. Meets [With Mrs. Cora Grcenway ' Tlie Women's society ot Christian | ; Service ot Dell Methodlsl Church ' i m< t yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Russell Grcenway I with Mrs. Cora Grcenway us hos- ' I Nineteen members and four ue'.v j members, Mrs, K. D. Crawford. Mrs Marion Koehlcr. Mrs. U S. Illan- :cnship and Mrs. Russell Oreen- Atrxn'e and daughter. Emilou of Jacksonville. Fla., arrived today to spend two weeks here as guest.s of his parents, Dr, and Mrs. L, H. I Moore. | Condition of Jim Carmon of Tomato, who is a patient al the Baptist Hospital In Memphis ts serious. His daughter, Mrs. Wilbur, Kelly, Mr. Kelly and danghter and ; Ihelr son-in-law are with him. Pvt. Walter Carson, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. .'Carson of Luxora, has been assigned as surgical lech- nicinn at Tilton General Hospital. Forl Dix, N. J. Private Carson luul formerly been stationed al Fort Jackson. S. C. Mrs. J. H. McNew ar.ii s on. Terry, of Knoxville. Teiin.. are spending two weeks here as guest.s of Mrs. Mc.New's sister, Mrs. Freeman Robinson and family. Mrs. M. O. Usriy returned honv! last, night from Greenwood, MLsrv, where she s^hail the piist week with her davijthler. Mrs. Ottell Sanders and Mr. Sanders. Mrs. Carl Hailey Jr., of Liule Rock, is veiling her mother. Mi>. Usi'ey. Mr. and Airs. A. R. XVctr-::- kamp. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Young and Mr and Mrs. .). L. Ashcraft. Civic Calendar notary 10 p.m. Thursday Club, Hotel Mrs. Mavis Scttlcmlre save t!\e last three chapters of the study took "Commilteri Unto Us" Winifred Wiihouru. small daughter o: Mr. antl Mrs. Ijlmar Wtlbn'uin was presented with a baby membership into the proup. Mrs. Jerry Edwards closed the meeting with prayer. Refreshments were served by lhe hosiess lhc former Miss Mary Virginia Li!l-y Browne, son of Mr.s. E. ,1. Browiic. lias returned home tro.n Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y.. lo spend tlu- Summer here. Mrs. H. H. Honchins returned home night from Hot Springs, -Vk., where she. had spent the p.xst two week. 1 :. At Tlic Hospitals Illythrvlllc Hospital Mrs. C. W. Mitchell, city. 1>. E. Coolcy, city. Mr.s. WaKcr Followay and b.\by. Ci!>. Mrs, W. A. Champion, Dell. Walls Hospital C. H. Graves, city. Vcrnon Gee. Rt. 2. city. Mrs. J. D. Richardson, city. Horace Wayne Walters Celebrates Birthday LUXORA. Ark.. June 16—Horace. Wayni Walters, son of Mr. and Mrs. F.well Walters celebrated his six!)) birthday Sunday with a birthday For Smart Traveling/ LUGGAGE EVERITE OVERN1TE CASK .... ?i i.OO TWO-SUITER 25.00 WARDROBE CASK .... 27.50 VANITY CASE 7.75 Frices Include Federal Tax BUY ON tASY TERMS .1 M \1\ VI We've "Remembered Papa" — now it's up to you. From our special, and especially fine collection of Father's Day gifts, select the one that will please your papa most.Everything from watches to wallets and all reasonably priced. Come in today. Docs Yowr Father wan I a Distinctive Gift On June 20th? M R n' s smart seal ring . 10 kt. soldseltins. 512.50 In S35.00 Thru unusual i;ifi. correctly wrapped nucl properly offered with a Norcioss card, is here at The GIFT SHOP Moss Bryan ]().'( East Main Street '-•23 Box Ofllce Opcr.s (ir.1<l Slum Hurts fi:-1S Opens Sunday liOO; -Starts I:JS CUi nt in n nns Shows Sal. <t Sun. Bargain Nijlit Every NiRht Kxi-epl Satur<l.ij . No (Kisses iiouorrd nn Sunday at Kn.vy Thtratrc dinner. Amoil? Ihr ^ufsts \vrrc his ?rand- paronts. Mr. and Mrs. o. N. Forrest and family. Last Time Today DOUBLE FKATUKK v .JIllllHIIPIIS SllOWS Kvcry Dav Rox Office Opens 1 : Sltow Starts '2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 n.m. 1J;.|S p.m. 4:30 p.m. Adventure of Don Coyote Reliable electric razor complete *'ittt caws. Onlv Kimhrnni ?cniii\t;ltiii S chick' SIX.: Last T':nc Today Easy Come, Easy Go with Sunny Tufts nn,| THnna T.vnn Srlrclrd Short Suhjrrts Continuous Showinf Ever Easy Payments JEWELRY STORE S10ftM t M*»» IN OUHD TlOOUCTIOHl. «C N nncl Sliorl | Continuous Slu>«inc l-;vcrv Dav Osceo/a .News Mr. anrl Mrs. H. PT Phillips have as their uui'sls, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Adams and daughter, Frances of Little Rock Louis Nailling has as hi.s his dau<;htcr. Mrs. H. D. Williams, and daughter. Mary Ann. of F.I Dorado lor several days Mrs. Randolph Smith is a patient. in the Memphis Baptist Hospital, where she will undergo a major operation the last of the week. L. R. still, L. P. SHU am! Mrs. M E. Crmv of Atlanta. Oa . were the quests of the Rev. and Mr.s. I.. IJ. Slill Jr.. for several days last woek. Tlic condition of Miss Emma Cox, who was tnkcn lo the Baptisl Hos- j t\ •. i j~, ,i r , . . „ ., « J> " «i'.> Hid. LI LU I III II LI IK M THIS. •„ )±1 M ' VC M: N V v Ba " Cy !>»•-•' '" Memphis. Monday, remains , serious. i Mrs. John Wliltvi-orth of Gt-r- mantown, Mrmcrly of Oscrola, is cntci tainiuy ciglit guests t\t lier Mottic there today with n luncheon, Those from Oscroln who will attend

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