The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 22, 1948 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 22, 1948
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PAGE FOUR _BLYTHEV1U.K (ARK.) COURIKR NEWS ocie ftewd, Phone 4461 Crystal Shower Is Given Honoring Mrs. Elkins Mis* Jimmle y. Clemons was hostes* at her home Saturday afternoon xt &' crystal shower hon- orinR Mrs. Orville O. Elkins Jr., the former Miss \ViJIafeene Daws. Included in the '27 guests attending were Mrs. O. O. Elkins Si., and her daughter, Mary Louise. Tlie dining room table was draped with a lace cloth ami u.ts centered with a cake inscribed -Those Wedding Bells Are Breaking Up That Old Gang o( Mine" Bouquets of geraniums- .weetpeas snd daisies In vivid shades were arranged throughout the home (or the occasion. The hostess was assisted in serving sandwiches assorted party foods and iced drinks by her stst'-i', Miss Joan Freeman and Mrs. Ella LuU. Methodist W.S.C.S. Meet In Homes for Program The Women's Society of Christian ; Service of the First Methodist Church met in circle groups ycstcr- ; day. ] Circle One met at the home ol j Mrs. Joe Ferguson with 11 members I . present. Mrs. J. C. DroVte save? the j devotional and Airs. Byron Moore' gave the study. t Mrs. Roland Green was hostess I to Circle Two with 12 members at-1 tending. The study was laueht by [ Mrs.. E. B. Gee. Circle Three met at Ihe home of Mrs. F. E. Wnrrcn with 11 memot t, and one guest, Mrs. O. E. Quclhiiiiix present. Devotional was given by Mrs, Watt Henley, after which Mrs. James Hill Jr. taught the lesson. Closing prayer was given by Mrs.; Emma Burney. Circle Four met st the home of .' Mr.s. Eugene Still with Mrs. Gcan Atkinson as co-hostess. There were 12 members and one new member, Mrs. Ray F. Prite present. Mrs. Charles Crigger gave the devotional nnd the study was given by Mrs. Toby Long. Mrs. Allan D. Stewart was hostess to Circle Five with 13 members present. Devotional was given by Mrs. H. K. Whltla and Mrs. Chnrlcs Wiley j taught the study. Circle Six met at the home of Mrs. W. R. Campbell with six members and one guest, Mrs. George Pyles ' present. The study was latight by Mrs. James C. Guard. Refreshments were served at each meeting. Baplisl W. M. U. Meet* At Church for Program , The Women's Mlulontry Union •of the First Baptist Church met jyesterdiiy afternoon xt the church | for a Royal Service program. Mrs. J, J. Cookslon was In charge of the program am! chose as her theme "Training World Workers for World Missions." Mrs. Marion Williams, president, opened the meeting with the repeating of the W. M. U. watchword and the gronri singing the W. M. U. hymn. Prayers were offered by Mrs. Lloyd Sllck- mon. Mrs. H. W. Wooten and Mrs n. G. Cash. Devotional was given by Mrs. M C. Outlaw, after which Mrs. c. M. Smart talked on (he subject, "World Mission Needs and Mission Work " Others who participated on the pro- Rram and their topics were Mrs Business, Social Meeting Held by Presbyterians Desinn Tricks Improve Swim Suits TUESDAY. JUNK 22, 19-18 Pjlt Hanley. daughter of Mr. "and Mis. Sam Hanloy, underwent a tou- .vlcclomy Saturday n-oniing ,u _„ , t WalLli Hospital, she Is now recm>- 1h« regular business and soclall eratiiig at the home of her parent ..;eetln|! o( the Women's Auxiliary of Jc-an Dedman, O'Neal Dctlm m he First Presbyterian Church was and Loufcln Alley arc ,,c-nd m. held yesterday .fternoon >t the »veei at Ravemien Spr- A,,church with 37 members, three j Summer camp. They sere aeon' visitor and one out of U>wn guest.! pam'cd there by the Rev i'-s'A D Mr«. M. Pound* r>( M-,,,,,l,l c ,1,1,,, i. i 1,1 _ ./ ""• '«•>• •'•••'•n U. Mrs. M. Pounds of Memphis, who Is the guest of Mrs. Nora Spradley attending. New members of the auxiliary were honored guests. . Mr al Mrs. Jesse M. White was'In charge j cli'lhfrcn • Strnbhar, pastor of the Fn f .. „.,. ,. Han Church, who Is ?.n Instructor there this week. Mr. and Mr.s. Jack e ami from V<m-ll ami AlU-n. \VCVJ.S vacation in Kentucky and Vir where they visited with They weie accotnpanird home Cash who talked on "World Witnesses 1 ' and the various camps sponsored by Ihe auxiliaries. The group was dismissed' with prayer by Mrs. J. w. Rayder. Baptist Y. \V. A. Meets With Mrs. C. E. Johnson Mrs. c. E. Johnson was hostess nip.hl at her home to ei^lu ninijbn-s of the Young Women'-; Auxiliary ol the First Baptist Church, All members participated on the program imtiiteri -'Shoes That Don't Pit" which wus taken from the Y. W. A. Window. Diuinj! the bnsi'ic.M meeting further plans were mnde [or the Y W. A Jiotisep.-irty which will be held In August :ind also new counselors of the program mid Mrs. L. s. have returned Hartzog presided over Hie business session. Mrs. Hartzog, who Is moving to Slkeston, turned In her reslg- nation and i committee was ap- Mr^o^jIv^Se''^^ Vo^- ponted to nominate a president to • ell of Abinsdon. Va., who willvLs,. iiii nit vAc&ncy. j i]gj-£ An Ihe new members entered the' Mr. and Mrs. Tom He'alo, social rooms of the church, they yesterday in Purasould as ei were presented corsages by Miss, Mr. }leuion' s mother, Mrs. K J. 'een Nor- i Hcaton. The Rev. W. F Cooley and diui!!h- Each member brought a toy with them to the meeting which was turned over to circle Four, which Is organizing- a nursery to bR held every Sunday during the church hour. Miss Norris presented piano si-lec- tions duiiiiR Hip social hour and refreshments of ice cream and cake were served. Mrs. Joe P. Pride and U-r. Carol oJ RuxsellvHlc, Ark,, the giicsus of Ins patents. Mr. wen- accompanied hnme by M. T. Moon, Mi-s. Cecil Lowe son, Jerry, who will vi s il in scllville. Mrs. T. V.. Deasley. who had lie •! ill lor several days at the Walls Hospital was dismissed from there Mrs. S|irii(llev were In clnrKe of " usl "';" "*'' ls »'sm«-«1 irom tner arrangements'for the socta I Jfm"?7h'""T , 8 "•"?, *'"? T' The social rooms were decorated ' "'"i d "K 1- ' Sl " It "' t • il " Cr "with bououets of white g,.d,o,i an i^Te^nd' S^H blue hydniHRcas. Mr., Mrs. M. Koehler Lntertain with Hayride Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Koehler entertained with a hayride and weincr roast last night complimenting lop and .sou. Junior of Sidney. Ark . spent sevcial days hero as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl McGregor :i;ul daughter. Marcia. L:i-.i. Thev wciv accompaj.-icd to Riplt-y. Tei'm., cy i Marcia Lou. who will visit with her j lasu-x swim suit, grandmother. Mrs. A. A. Newman ! and other relatives. ! Mr, and Mrs. Juckie Mitchell Miss England Hostess To Calvary Y. \V. A. MlsB Ivatnona England WRS hostess last night at her home to 10 of the Young Women's Mrs. Whillington To G. E. 0. Club, Guests Ann Crook nnd Mrs. William M. O'Kccfe were sums last night when Mrs. nay Whittineton entertained members of a. B O Bridge Club at her home. During the bridge gnuu-.s played. Mrs. Joe -Errant won high score and Miss lla Rogers won bridge Bouquets of mixed Summer flowers were arranged throughout the home for Ihe occasion. Tlie ho-.tcss served a sandwich plate wilh iced drinks. Birthday Party Is Given Honoring Alvie Ray Belts Alvie Ray Bolls was honored yesterday when his molhcr, Mrs. Her»^ To a former Powers model with designing idr-us poes credit K , ih c improved tit aim e oo<l looks of the Cnrni. Sonnet's dc-sis-in^ trick lies in the 1 9, C-si/ing n/ the l, u .,i cil[)i ,,, us „,, irmer dlaplu .^ gn) control band devised f<1 , bosscm support. Under the corporate these new 'another one designed f,, front-jmnelcd hall skirl. 'rwo-plecc models /lou '"' " b '' as> cl!>s "cl"cd 'instruction ideas pltis still summing the classic tradition witll at i 0]) and bottom, to "' ll !>w "" sim ' s "n-and-down stretch Smls '" bolh <"'<--/''«.'e «,KI two-piece style, ,„- with tie-on skirt.s. which is a. spruce green sun, | ca wnl] . KPSIK KINAIU), NKA Tashl,,,, style feuture of the halter-hung bra.— roast was held. Mr. nnd Mrs. Koehler were assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Herman Koehler. Coming Events Social Calendar Wednesday Avalon Bunco club being entertained at the home ol Mrs. Succk McGregor. Thursday Tin Phcbcan Sunday School Cl.iss of the First Baptist Church will meet at the home ot Mrs Kel- toj! Francis B t 7:30 p.m. for « regular business meeting. Tlie Ladles Bible Class ot the , , M I( . acn uires. li '*' ll:i - il1 c I ny a good coo ^ hustKinci's auii.-i ,i,\/^ IWL I*|-(;|IL]S.S, M1S.S.. 1 they will .spend two weeks with their grandmother, Mrs. P. W. Berry. Mrs. Erwin Mitchell nml sen. Ronnie ot Southiugton, Conn., arrived to .spend the Summer here _wlth her nnrer.t.s. Mr. nnd Mrs. w. i I., Smith. Her daughter, Jeunctta I Jean McFarlanci arrived sevcril (lays ago and will also visit wuti her father, W. M. McFnrlaml and her aunt, Mrs. frank CUsson ill Scn.ith. Mo. | ncr. The ]>p:-.i ii-.iyiio make he Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Bcall and son-;, i ; °f lii:c a full partner is to starl Tommy atid John have returned to r -°tit with Jiint bank accouiu^. their home in Wilson alter bavin : j TiO. to her :u]rnil ynnr job, yo .spent the past two wrrks lu-rc wi: n her parents, Mr. and Mr.s. P. E. Cooley. Miss Sara France.; Hunter of Brownsville. Tcnn., arrived Sunday n -'p M?W! o M 1 -* 1 • ii Creme Shampoo '-OZ.TUB1 WOODS rurtlUT.ship Is lies! Take an ;i;ui£-.u in yam- liomJ to the ex-.ent of hclpni'! to sclent :urnl.shiiiE.s, etc. Otherwise. >ou'il soon Ije livin:; in a that i:i no w::y ex]nv. ! s.-.s your ideas t-I Lomfoi't and U<::iuty. -Make your wi'e ncr. The !>p.*i u- f your full part- " n cov,™th? J S C "^.n I ned 1<! ^ 0lC 'f- 76 : 2 " 5: ™^ »« The OW sLnfj^^m'in , 892 bT^^^."^ ^^ h ^'"> adequately houses the occasional inn™"?) .',",:,, ~ 4 ~ :> ^n^who runs ,,„,„ 0( sherifi 0 ^! ^X^^ ^ «<** The county. nanlcti fm . Gai] Br)f _ ' „ ^ SfOQ; 5a , 1(blc 3 000 . ,.„,„,. is »r r. tt szrss, ^ : ^fCJSr-^s. 1 ^^ .^tio,, of , 20 , oai, ^^^^^^^^l^l^ I Phone 507 Drug Store ' 221 \V. Main residents. plr.ns lor the future, what you war.: oui. o! lile. Tins is c.sp,-r:in!i-.' unpoi-.aiii. il :,hc; lias no outside joo c! her oun. rirst Methodist Church will meet "'"»"""""-•• iciui-. arrived Sunday at the church at 6:00 p.m. for a 1° sv "\ a '?" c1n - v -' ! llcl ' e as Bucsl of business and social meeting. Thursday Rook club members being entertained at the home of Mrs. Richard Prichard. Lei her term on you a little. Noth.... „ : S i:>'.'fs a woman more of a sen.-,t her cousin. Mrs. Wngner Adams | of seiunty ir.r-n feeling tliat i-..;r and Mr. Adams and daushtcr. Linda.' husband ts .strong enough in char- ar-tc-r and persoiiaiiLy to be the ri-nl nieinbers beltiR home ol Mrs. ness meeting the group went to the: Watson" watermelon garden where a watermelon supper was held. the French Lesson Mrs. Roweii Is Hosless To Baptist Circle Eight Mrs. Vesta Rowen wn? hostess Insl ni B ht at her home to 10 members of Business Women's Circle fciRhl of the First Baptist Church j and one visitor. The meeting was ojwned with Ihe group repeating the watchword and ; Mrs. W. j. nortgers led In prayer ' Mrs. liowen gave the devotional and durnuf the brief business mcethiR U was decided that the group would visit shut-ins next Monday night. Mrs. Charles Evans gave the fourth chapter of the mission study book and the meeting was dismiss- i-d with prayer by Mrs. B. w. Wooten. The hostess served refreshments i i ... GsceoJa News j Condition of Miss Emma Cox. who Hie Rev. H. J. Couchman. pastor ol tin- Methodist Church, was ad- inmecl to the Memphis Methodist Ho»p:ta| Sunday where he is under- g|U!S ob.n-rvatiotl and Irc.-umcnl "••- i-oiidition i« satisfactory. entertained at the Russell Wert. Friday C. B. c. Club meeting at home of Mr.s. Alvln Hardy. Alpha Beta Bunco club being entertained at, the home of Mrs Uuie Newell. * • * Civic Calendar Tutidar American Lcglon-8:oo p.m. Werfnesday Kiwanls Club. Hotel Noble—12-10 p.m. Thursday head of cue house. vi-r riiiiculv her ideas or her r-xprcssins opinions t -r iivjf.j y.nir.s. tmtc'.^.s ytiu w iHL.v, inelfectual \vi:e. „ -•'-'•t .,itv.,T .IUUHL bieatiy co-T^Tr 9 ° PCr " nt -•"---^^^w'^^ou-nS "a^r^'^^^^^-v^ »""•» »covering 200 sections. j Pew residents lament tin- fact ! ~ ' that progress seems to have passed them by. They seldom look with envy at the .sleek ne\v automobiles that w!U7, I down U. S. Highway ISO. which , lorcp.s the main street of Gall ! They just figure that the 'fellow I who rushes through life the Kit will get it, over with the quickest | Tlie custom of -nibbing nosc.s" . ss a greeting actually is a saline , by smelling or smilim;. accordill- ^o the Encyclopetlia Britannica Box Office Opens B:3» Show Starts 6:45 Opcm Sunday 1:00; StarU 1:1S ' Continuous Shows Sat. A. Sun. Bargain Night Every Mght Kxccpt Saturday No passes honored on Sunday a Ko.vy Thealre Livestock Ruth rMIHelt Rotary club, p.m. Timely lips to June's bumper crop jof new husbanos: j If your briile wani.s to work lot, her wort. You'll both he better of and so will you, budpo.t. than if fhc tries to Jill her d;ly5 killi:1 j lime -with the girls." j H she ilce-sin have a job let il At The Hospitals Rlylhevllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Floyd Peters. Dycf.s. Bcttye Fayc Glazier. Tyler. Mo >Valls Mnspiut Dismissed: McCnrry Mcyer.s, Carulhersville. No Rough Stuff In This West f exos Town GAIL. Tor. (UP> This little West Texas coiv town is in a county with- j out theaters, brinks, hotels, doctors, lawyers, preachers or railroads. ; County Judge C. S. Harris says there hasn't been enough crime in ; Burden County in .several years to need Brand jury attention. • In fun, Harris -says, there have been only two major crimes in the county sines tie can remember. One ; Admire pi-,".'™ > [ W!>s " ""irdcr in 1935. The other wns I "L 011 '/ " w Household skill;* ,-attlc then. "A fellow from an- ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCK- VARDS. III.. June 22. —(DP) — Hogs g,300i salable 9.000: weights -40 Ibs and down, steady except some weakness on pigs, narrows and Bills above 240 Ite, .steady to 50c higher and highly spotted. Sows -steady to 25 c lower. 180-230 Ibs 58.25-28.501 top 20.00; 240-270 Ibs Hotel Noble-l2:lO be known that you expect lit set (Hi and get your breakfast in the morning. You'll eventually be -sorry if you establish a pattern own breakfast. ' A Jellyfish observed on Baston harbor measured 7 1-5 feet, acro-s the body and tr.Mlort filament .s I'M feet Ion?. Read Courier News Want Ads. VPIus" mean.= m«t, ••belles" tne,ir« ; beautiful, and "jatnbes" mtaus le-.' ; , 'Fut 'cm all together, and you're got 17-year-old Mony Vensal, whose-, Jarnbe* weie judged the plus bellt> ; m al! Paris. (Photo by NEA-Acaic r •S' 3 " correspondent Rene Henry.) MOSS BRYAN recommends THE COOL TOUCH VL «f BraM and Copper Planters J •« » refreshing , «rtdltl.n u> jour Svmmer Hvinf rooms. :The GIFT SHOP Bryan ; <103 East Mai.i Street TODAY IS OUR OPENING -The Curtain Shop- For lh« housewife whll wanls , ht , )cs( ^ the lovdiwl curUin, im.gln»W« . . . 1n Mv , es „ W the shop itself . . . aiH| ( , )tl; ,, JB 0(|r opcn . njf> s( •n soon, and see how b«,,.lf,,| your h nmc can lie wilh v. eur.ains h, w Arl. Our 108 S. 1st N. J. Humphr« > Number 81.1 It's such a flirtatious new color! GARDEN PARTY now make-up by I(//$*l It's " pay rnsc-pink louclicd viih (lie fhttrry of sunliglii! Your licauty »«rct for spring antl jiimmer. Canlen Parly l.ipsiick, Cream Rouge. Compact Rouge, each $1. Nail Polish, 6CV. Special Garden forty pnckagr n-illi Lipstick nnd A'oiV I'ttliih, $1.25. AH frtrf-, p-Ju, flt- at Woods DRUG STORE Tuesdiiy and Wednesday (DOUBLE FEATURE) Big! True! Thrilling! KEU • KNOX SISTER KENNY E. PINKHAM'S c v o£S 8Nl £ -DEANJAGGER than its weakest link s Shows ivery Dnv* y Offifc Opens 1 :\~. Show Sttirts 2: USTI:N TO KICN T A HE "weakest link" in tlie of the average family is an evcr-prcsciu possibility that it may lose the waye earner. Prudent men and women are buying life insurance protection. Many have taken another look at their needs and arranged protection to keep the p,,te with their standard of living. You should do something about your "weakest link." Consult a friendly Life of Georgia agent today. District Office Ho rum J*Idg, 203 \\>st Main St. A Woman's Vengeance * ivilli riuirlos Borer ;in*J Ann Blytii Sclcrecd Shnrl Suh,irrt<« C'nnltiuious Showing Every Day Wednesday it Thursday Friday SAMUK (JolSwYN""'"' C*SY IORET1A OAVIO S GRANT- YOUNG -NlVEN t -!ih MONTY WOOlliY 1 - '~ - ^-nl ----- HI»PJ|»I KHH Selected Shnrl Subjects Continuous Shoving Every Day

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