The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 26, 1948 · Page 2
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BLrTHEYTLLE (ARK.)' OOUKIU HEWS Society * Pk«*e 4481 Shower It Given .'Complimenting Mus Moore Miss Nancy Janet Burr's Marriage Is Announced Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Burr of O*oa- of-B Paso, Tex,, was given night when Mrs. A. B. Slilb- ; : ".lejr entertained wllh * crystal shows'.* at her home on East Kentucky •* ft ,i m Mrs* k> » serle* ot parties, __. — _. '>^6mpUmcnUngMl** Vhienne Moore.i ola, today announced the marriage •'*-• *--• of Ceorg. Nicholas I of their daughUr, Mis* Nancy Janet Burr to John M. Tea), son of Mr. and Mrs. John Teal of Wilson. The wedding was solemnlMd April 24 In Kernando, Miss. Their only attendant* w»re Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ooodwin of Otct- ola. Mrs. Teal was graduaUd from Cuceola High School this year where she psrtlclp*ted In the .major school activities. The young couple will make their home in Wilson where Mr. Teal I* employed by the Wilson Construction Company. -During the averting several voted piano selections were glv- br Mrs. Charles Abbott and Joaephine Stilbley. Various game* and contests were with prises being won by "'Mrs. Alec Sallba ot Steele, Mo., .'-'and Mrs. Ralph Koury of Luxors. •'.jThey later presented their prizes :,,to to* honore*. 'vs The bridal motif Was carried out .'"to the decorations of the home and i,Jn the refreshments. The bride's ;^eh*ir wa* covered In white, which 'added to the attractiveness ot the District D^A.R. Meeti At Grider for Picnic The Annual Flag D«y celebration of the Daughters of the American ;' room*. In which were arranged bou- '••^uets of ro*es, hydrangeas and other <*vSpring flowers. The dining table :*>as overlaid with a white linen i Revolution, with the William Strong j,jCut work cloth-and centered with : Chapter ol Osceola as host, had a it.* white cake decorated In pink picnic yesterday at the driller • v \n& green and Inscribed with "VI- Park, with representatives Irom the i^-ienne and Budr^'.': At one end chapters in Bntesville, Jonesboro, | ?i,pf the table were figurines of alMnrlnnna, Hek«», Blytheville and] :fc*>rlde *ri<l groom standing beneath I Osceola attending. Bits of News UsaeU 8. Branton will return tonight from Salt Lake Cily, Utah, where ht attended the American Institute of Architects Convention for It <Uy«. H* wa* a delegate from the Arkansas Btat* Bon id. Mclba Pryor returned last night by plane from Oklahoma City, OkJ*., where she visited with relative* for a week. She wa* met m Mtmphi* by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pryor, and Barbara Oen- nlng. Manley Pelnberg, son of Mr. and Mr ( . Sidney Platt, will leave tonight, lor Cunp Wahkondah In Bagnell Dam, Mo., where he will spend two months. Fred Pipkin arrived Friday night from St. Louis, Mo., to spend a week here as guest of his mother, Mrs. A. J. Pipkin, and his sister, Mrs, Leonard R. Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. Oene Smith returned to their home In Los Angeles, Calif., after having spent several Four Methodist Youths Pledged To Life Service A banquet held 1n the church Boclal room climaxed Youth Activities Week for the young people of the First MethodUt Church, last, night. Miss Martha Stewart, director of youth activities in the First Methodist Church In Jonesboro, was the sjwKker for the banquet. During the four preceding nights classes on the commissions of the Methodist Youth Fellowship, community service, recreation, world friendship, and worship, were taught by students who had attended the annual Methodist Assembly at Hen- drlx College last month. Following the classes panel discussions were conducted and »f«- sloni of crafts and handiwork, emphasizing work wilh cork, plastic*, woods, and paints, were conducted. Following the banquet last night the group discussed the possibility of organizing an N. Y. A. here and four youths made known decisions to devote their lives to church work. Csl Gossett and Bobby Edwards made known plans to train for the ministry and Juanlla . , whit* archway which was gar-1 Those who attended from Blythe-' d *> 6 here Bs sue* 1 * of Mr. and iViJanded with Ivy- The punch and ; vllle include Mrs. James Hill Jr.,. Mr «- °- R - Robe*ori »nd daughter, r/iother assorted party foods added i Mrs. j ijoulj cherry, Mrs. A O. **ary Ann. >»lo the setting. I Little, ' Mrs. Aubrey Conwsy, Mrs.! ***«• John Moses and daughter, Jg Mlas Moore wore for the occasion' C. R. Wroten, Mrs James B Clark i Sharon of Mounds, III., are visiting ill* brown and white Russian Cord and Mrs. E. B. Woodson, I with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. SATURDAY, JUNK K, MorriMit Hot feu To Methodist GwiW OeCBOLJl, Ark., Juc. M — Tht Wasleyan service Guild ol tht First Methodist Church WM entertained )ut night at tht borne of Ml** Ju- Jia Mss Morrison with Mil, A(ne4 Steven* a* co-ho»t«w. Sixteen members and three guejts, UUi Mary IJjhtfoot, Miss Betty Grundy and Mrs. G. D.. William* attended. During the evening rook |amM were played by the tue*ti. Entertaining rooms held altrac- tlve bouquet* ot mixed Bummer flowers tti pastel ihades. \ dessert course was served by the hostesses. Surprise Party It Given For Minister and Family LUXORA, Ark., June M.— Fifty members of the Luxor* Methodist Church surprised their pastor, the Rev. Charles Lewi* and Mr». Lewis, who are leaving for their new home In Red Water, Tex., the last of this week, with a miscellaneous shower in their home Wednesday night. Tom Calm, master of ceremonies, expressed the appreciation of the members ol the church for the Obituary Five Swimmers Complete Course In Life Saving Five Blytheville boys have completed the Junior Life Saving Course at the Walker Park Pool, which had been in profreae sine* June 14. The swimming class was sponsored Jointly by the Chlckasawb* „ . District of the American Red Cross i ftoborson, 83, one of the oldest na- and the Chlckasaw Athletic Club " v " ot Blytheville known, were Mrs. Roberson, Pioneer, Dies In Son's Home Last rites for Mrs. Cora Blanche conducted this afUrnoon In the Cobb Chapel by the H«y. p. H. Jernlgan, with burial In the Elmwood Cemetery. Mrs, Roberson, widow of R L. Roberson, died at the home of her son, Loren Roberson of Marie, at noon yesterday after an Illness of 14 months. Mrs. Roberson was born In Blytheville In 1865 and had lived heK the greater part or her life. At the time of Mr. Roberson's death in 1938 they were living In Albany, Ga., but after his death she returned to Blytheville and made her home with a cousin, Mrs. Lucille Snyder at KM Vine Street About High chool o y mna-!£" e ™"' hsago » hemov ^ toh<!r slum. The Ke.th.tey Harmony Boy, i ™ M ' Mh ° n ™ eh ',r.nn h.. h..n . me m by qualified Red cross water safety Instructors. Eleven were orignlally enrolled for the course, but these five completed their classes yesterday: Jim Lancashire, Larry Baker, Dale Head, Gilbert Blsher, and Carl Bean. Other classes in beginner and Intermediate swimming will close today, Mrs. Hugh Whltsltt, water safely chairman for the district sold today. Pemiicot Singers to Meet In Cooler School Gym The Pemiscot County Singing Convention will be held tomorrow at the Cooler -cwls and Mrs. Lewis while being Drug Store Cowboys Called Dead toss SPRINGFLEU>, H. (UP)-Drur- |LsU uo longer welcome th« high school crowds who used their stores as hangouts befor* tht war,. according to the president of the nil. nols Pharmaceutical Association. Labor cosLs have risen so much. Harold W. Wild said, that nickel and dime soda fountain drinks show little If any profit. Druggists discourage lingering o»- er drinks. Some now charge a minimum of is cents per customer. Others u»e a more direct method. They are chasing the high school crowds out. Wild said druggists are forced »o keep a steady stream of customer* to show any profit. Wild has his own solution to th* problem. He took his soda fountain INOW! vAtwo piece frock with white ac- tf^euorie*. She was presented a uoeorsage ot pink carnations by the ffij Mrs. Shlbley was arsisled in serv- lij^ng and entertaining by her daugh- wier*. '.m Quest* Included friends and rela- [Jvtlves from Osceola. Luxora, Joiner, V.-iiSteere, Mo. and Blytheville. B. C. Club. Members «t with Mrs. Hardy UH Mr*. Alvin Hardy was hostess at AMher home yesterday afternoon to !*Aiembers of the C. B. C. Club and jnjone guest, Mrs. Ross Moore, s:?/ During the afternoon rook games [flayed, Mrs. Paul Byrum won high, >s. Moore, second, and Mrs. Hardy, yj^ooko Bouquets of sweetpeas, zinnias O. Shlbley and lamII)'. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil WeUel of Arlington, Va., returned to their home Mr. and Mrs E. C. Gathlrigs were special guests together with Mrs.' Frank Qehrig of Arkadelphla, state regent, Mrs. L. N. Frailer of Jonesboro, vice refent, Mr*, j here as guests of their aunt and Harold Weaver of Bdmonson, historian, and Mrs. S. P. Davis, Little Rock, parliamentarian. Following the luncheon, Mr, Oathings gave a talk to the group and following this the group assembled at [he American Legion Building in Oceola, where a business meeting was held. Dining this meeting tentative plans were made for the state conference which will be held here next March, with the Shawnee *s- trlct as host*. Mrs. C. R Penn waa elected to serve as district director and Mrs. Samuel Norrls as secretary. Miss Ruth Massey, national vice chairman of the correct use of the Hag w«s in charge of the program. New Liberty News Mr. and Mrs. WUllam Ijmgley and daughter Linda visited relatives In Hlpley, Tenn., last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Aycock returned home today visiting relatives In Tunica, Miss. Coming. Events Social Calendar Monday G. E. O. Club meeting at the home of Mrs. Joe Evrard. Young Women's Auxiliary of the Marriage Licenses The following couple obtained a marriage license yesterday in the office of Miss Elizabeth Blythe, county clerk: Armel Knight and Mrs. Marie Knight of Springfield, III. yesterday alter having spent a week Miss Emma Spencer returned to j First, Baptist Church meeting at shasta daisies were arranged j Miss Massey was given two cita- "- ............ '^throughout the home for the occa- lions In Washington in April for her outstanding work in the field dessert of conservation. Mrs. J. W. Edrington was general chairman of the picnic, and Mrs. Madeline T- Campbell, regent of the Osceola Chapter wa* hostess. ttrt The- hostess served »?«our»e with iced drinks. Party Given i!5For Mary Lou Edwards • J ond birthday yesterday with £si birthday party at the home of her Mr. and Mrs. Shields Ed- , . . ;*j-waniB, at 1415 East Main. Quest* In- j- , . eluded IB of her friends and their m mothers. W During the afternoon various were played, after which re; refreshments of birthday cake and ice ju^ream were served. Favors of bal- j^toons and cowboy hats were pre- ivc,»ented each guest. Mrs. Nebel'Is Hostess ToG. N. B: Club, Guests Mrs. Joe Roach, Mrs. Jimmy Deal mid Mrs. Haskell Blankenship were guests last night when Mrs. Weldon Nebel entertained members of the G. N. B. Club at her home. Mrs. Blankenship won high, Mrs. John Tyrone, low, and Mrs. Nebel won bunco, when bunco gsmes were played during the evening. Attractive arrangements of mixed |Sachet Pretties Enhance Charm |0f Pastel Ruffled Petticoats uncle, Mr. and Mrs. W. C, Gates, I Mr. and,Mrs. J. P. Friend have us I their guest for several days, Miss | Josephine Leach of Honey Grove, Tei. Mrs. Friend and Miss Leach were classmates at Baylor College and she wat also stationed at. the Air Base as a WAC here during the war. Mrs. Jack Droke was admitted to the Blytheville Hospital today where sh< will undergo treatment for several days. Mrs. Irene Brogden and son Jimmy and daughter, Alice ol South Pasadena, Calif., arrived Friday to visit with friends and relatives. They formerly made their home In Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thompson Sr. accompanied by Mrs. O. A. Dun- Iveri of Steele, Mo., returned home Thursday from St. Louts, where they attended the "Woman's For- eigii Miwion Convention, of the Church of the Nararene" for a week. Tliia general convention meets every four years. Mr. and Mrs, Sidney Platt and her mother, Mrs. W. Arian of Redland, Calif., will leave tomorrow for St. Louis, Mo., where they will visit with" relatives for several days. Mrs. U. S. Branson and daughter Jane returned yesterday from Dai- las, Tex. where they spent the past week as guests ol Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Branson. They were accompanied home of Mrs. Branson, who will visit for -several weeks here ns their guest and also a* guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Tucker. P. E. Cooley, county auditor, wtu has been away from his office fo; the past three weeks because of 1 minor operation, returned to work loday. Mr. Cooley was in the Blytheville Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Oland Berryman and daughter. Nancy ot Waimtosa, WIs,, spent several days here as guests of his brother Ralph Berry- her home In Pontotoc, Miss, after J the home of Mrs. C. E. Johnson at isiting her sister, Mrs. H. E. and family. Long 7:30. The Women's Missionary Union Mrs. Shaw Aycock and sons, Dale! of Calvary Baptist Church will meet I to^thVmv hV nd Bobby, of Parma. Mo. were the! in circle groups. Circle One, meet- fr "„ ,' } "', .„., ,4 ,_ _» ,»_ _..J »» i mcr u-IHl Mrc D T. Con^a-. 1 A " w '" 1 ^ttlllc Cotton Firm Promotes Blytheyille Manager Ray F. Price, former manager of Anderson-Clayton and Company in Forrest City, has been transferred iville office as manager, ••••VwV iat FOUNTAINS i [ Everywhere! ( Augsburg:, Germany, and great grandsons, Charles Ralph and Michael Roberson' Arch Lindsay, Dr. W. A. Grim-' mett, Jack Robinson, Bob Harris, Jlmmie Armstrong, and Gene Burnett served as active pallbearers. weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ay cock and family. Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Stephensou and daughter Mary Tom, left Monday for Houston and other points In Mississippi to visit relatives. Before returning home, they will visit In Fayettevllle, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams were In Memphis for two days. wSiere Mrs. Williams consulted her specialist. with Mrs. R. L. Sanders and Circle Two, Mrs. Roy F\>rd. The Women's Missionary Union of the First Baptist church will meet in circle groups. Circle One,! Mrs. Ney Hunt; circle Two, Mrs.! Charles Ray Newcomb; Circle : Three, Mrs. H. H. Brooks: Circle Four, Mrs. Jim Crafton; Circle ned today. Mr. Price succeeds W. I. Osborne, who was transferred to the Memphis office. Mr. and Mrs. Price and their 15- Circuit Court Adjourns After Hearing Civil Cases Trial of civil cases for the regular session of the June term of the; Mississippi County Circuit Court, Chlckasawba Division, was com- j pleted yesterday by Judge Charles W. Light. I A jury yesterday returned a ver-1 diet for the defendant in a suit brought by the Fulton Paint Com- SPECIAL Beer Per Cose Red Top Ale «.0« Griesedieck ja.is Pah^t Blue Ribbon $3.75 Budweiser $3.75 Russell Marr Liquor Store H4 So. !nd St. Phone 807 T son Joe Ra A moved to a - panv a * ainst the James as t - a nd are re siding on South Tenth. 1 Mr. Price served as manager Five, Mrs. Jesse- Sceman and Circle Six. Mrs. Murray Smart. The Women's Society of Chris-; tlan Service o/ Che First Methodist I Church w ( .l| have an executive! meeting & '.M home of Mrs. George Pyles (ivginnlng at 10:00 a.m. Tuesday Business Women's circle Seven <y the First Baptist Church will Methodist Women Meet At Church for Program LUXORA, Ark., June 2». —Mrs. George Callis was hostess to eleven! meet at the home of Mrs w member^ of the Methodist Society •" ' ol Christian Women when they met Tjiesday afternoon at the church. Mrs. H. P. Worsley, vice-president, presided over the business session In the absence of the president, Mise Florence Rush. Mrs. W. E. Head presented the study, "Human Rights, Trusteeship and Dependent the Anderson-Clayton office in Forrest City for 17 years, and has been with the company for 21 years. His Initial training was with the office in Searcy, Ark. Manufacturing and Machine Works, of | which had been appealed from municipal court. Announcement was made that Judge Zal B. Harrison will hold an adjourned term of court here on December 31. Wade. Wednesday Avalon Bunco Club members being entertained at the home of Mrs. Eddie Ford Jr. ' V \* Thursday Thursday Rook club members meeting at the home of Mrs. Wendell Eaton People " taken from the study course I Octette club members being en- book. "We the People" by Marie 1 tentained at the home of Mrs. Loy 3 Polio Victims Team Up In Watch Repair Venture \\ SCRANTON, Pa. (UP) — Three i | local men, classmates at the same ! i school and crippled by the same • disease, have combined their efforts to overcome their physical disabilities and developed them Into what looks like a money-making business. Bertrand Wagstaff, A. M. Ruby and E. Harold McQuoram learned the watchmaking trade at Williamsport Technical Institute. The trio, | all victims of infantile paralysis,! realized dream of five years when THE I CURTAIN SHOP | Mrs. N. J. Humphrey j ! Phone 815 108 So. First ! I NOW! Ragonnettee. During the social hour refreshments of cake and Iced drinks were served by the hostess. i Welch — ' \ tney opened their jointly-owned ' m.,,'-,.,1,,.. ».:™t-. ,., . .. . i watch repair and jewelry store here. visited there with relatives. Mrs. Lanier Reed will leave Monday for Tupelo. Miss., where she has accepted a position there as hos- Thursday Night Club meeting at! the home o( Mrs. N. W Kyle G. N. B. Club meeting at the home of Mrs. Norvllle Humphrey. Friday C. B C, Club meeting with Mrs. Cornelius Scherer OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS Rtliaklt iBkftitM pen** (• •»*, tfcaarr* limit <• f**U iwns. We finish i»trytti«*;— M JWBS. H. rir.ii. tvarynii*;— M m* ik.l-1- A IVIC ' wirhtad—txotlltit retires. Writ* i at FOU NTAIN5 ! .MM tmr il*l*il» mE*l .IPT1IDE* • « Show* Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN I:M a.m. 11:45 p.m. «:M p.m. Saturday - I On Old Spqnish Trail with Roy Roger* Serial "Tex Granger" No. II and Short Continuous Shows Saturday 11:00 a.m.—11:30 p.m. Sunday and Monday i less at the Country Club. Mrs. J. Frank Tomlinsoa children , Betty Lou and I meet R t the home of Mrs. w i ' BH 'i '* *• ThW, MwnphU, Tt» John ! MBt : ion W'morn' at 3 o'clock. [ — Everywhere! . Alpha Beta Bunco Club being en- !---------Franklin Jr. of Houston, Tex., are , tertained at the home of Mrs 1 spending several months here as Nowel) guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jeff- erles and other relatives. Mr. aVld Mrs. Jefferies and their guests will spend the weekend in McCrory, Ark. man and Mrs. Berryman. They were w |t n relatives accompanied to C a r u t he r s vine' P. D . Jenning. Eddie Guyette and Thursday by Mrs. Berryman, who I Ralph Bennett of St. Louis are the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. placed Ralph Berryman. They are attending a meeting of the Swift and Summer flowers were throughout the home. A salad plate with iced drinks was served by the hostess. Company officials at the Hotel Noble here. •M'USSY'S "TWO-IN-ONE" LIPSTICK By AlicU H»rt j$ NEA Staff Writer •^ Sew smchet-filled prefties to pet- «-*Jco»t ruffle* If you want to en- HlJimnce the old-fashioned charm of "— whtapering reminders of i*'s days. The modern young miss will find h-r grandma did that because powder releases Us fra- ! slowly. Its perfume is a long- one. Economical to use. of lavender sheers, for Maniple could swish th« clean, fresh scent of lavender sachet. Pink verbena, and yellow jasmine are other floral scents which a stickler for matching things could feasibly team with pastel petticoats. M you can't swing ready-made sachet pretties on your allowance make your own. Make small bags for sachet out of tiny scraps ot ^II ?£'" >bon .""'I** >'P «Kh»l> • of your costume dictate your tiny replies b" which th«7 a of » »achet .ent. PetlkWtacVed k, a pettli,! fta mc «* y * ' ' Bri Bf , To. 2 FulI-Siieil Lipuicki in <MM Al The Hospitals RIytheTllle Hotpital Dismissed: Helen Banks, city. Mrs. H. A. Alley and baby, city Mrs. Fletcher Fisher, city. U. W. Pitts, Portageville, Mo Walls HoaplUl Dismissed: Mrs. Varnal Deal and baby, city. Mrs. Gene Burnett and baby, city. Attend Services at The First Church of the Nazarene Corner First and Sycamore S(re«ts SUNDAY 11 A. M. "Sufferinif for Christ" 8 P. M. "Which Are You?" Special singing by quartet Daniel Stafford, Minister $| foronlyl.*.^ Thlok of it! Yo,, f « J f,,n Mied Tu» T Liniticli ia i h««uli[iil burnislifd me«t e«M> All for lh< pricoof a linile lipttick! You grt Iwn n( the f«moin Ta»tr »h«He»-l« td. Tli-sr Ifxtitr,. All this beamy in * wnart-looVinj ci ,«M lK»t mikt* i )<»<i*<>n<« pnr«« «cce«orr. You'll w«M OM for jmmeK aitd w«r«l men f« phv flomor CANDIES n WOODS DRUG STORE rombinmtionit i)|h , ............... foff.ir.ki. WOODS DRUG STORE lit West Main Phone NOTICE Cont. Showing Sunday 1:15 til 11:M In order to provide more prompt attention to those customers who call at our local office and at the same time arrange employee working hours to comply with national wage and hour law requirement*, the following "office hours" will be observed, effective today— Monday thru Friday 8:15 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday 8:15 a.m to 12 noon For emergency work during all other hours—night or day—please call telephone 574 for prompt, courteous service. Ark-Mo Power Co. 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