The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 3, 1948 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) 1 COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1!M8 Society 1 Phone 4461 Klin Richards Become* Bride pf Neil Mizell IUa Ntncy Ann Richards, grand- d*ught«t of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. JUehardi, became the bride of Nell Mi»ll, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom ItlKll, in a double ring ceremony •olemnlzed Monday night, 7 o'clock, in the parsonage of the First Metli- odist Church. The R«v. Allen D. Stewart of- Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Burgess arrived yesterday afternoon to spend the weekend with their (laughter Two Local Girls Attend Conference in Canada Miss Juanlta Ebcrclt and Miss Betty Jean Thompson left this morning for Hoxle, Ark., where they will board R special train lor Toronto, Cflnadn, to attend Hie supreme nssocialion of the Order of the Rnlnliow Girls, for a week Miss Elierdt Is a member of the grand cross of color ntid also a Former Blytheville Musician Forms Memphis Firm to Publish Song Hits ScUt«d at the ceremony lit the pros- j <""> son-ln-lasv, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. junior member of the state board. «nc* of Intimate (rlends and rela- Webster. They plan to return to lives of the young couple. Mrs. E. H. Davis, an aunt of the bride, served as her only feminine attendant. She chose a navy blue crepe dress with red accessories and * corsage of white carnations. . Durham. Nortli Carolina Tuesday. Mrs. Charles Hright and daughter, Ann returned yesterday from Newport where they attended the beauty pageant and also viyied with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Roberts. Coming Events Social Calendar Monday oi Hie First Baptist Y. W. A. Miss Richards wore a frock of ice Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Espino/a and Church meeting at the home of Mrs blue satin with matching acccsso- i son. Joe lefl yesterday for I C. E. Johnson with Miss Loimclle Tl>« music publishing company, newly-organized by Johnny Long, Blytheville native and Memphis band leader, Monday will release release Its first four songs. Words and music for the Initial sheet music editions were written by Memphis composers and have been recorded by Memphis musicians. Mr. Long said his publishing firm plans to "give every break" to Mid-South song writers. * WE, THE WOMEN BY 'RUTH MIU.KTT The firm secures national and in- \ NF . ternntional copyrights and arranges: 1 ... „ " r Sweet Music and Summer Sunshine Make Morning Exercise More Fun and records all types of music he' said. : The lour songs released today are "There's Dust on My Drc.ims," lyrics by Miss Jean Illion and music by Miss Ada Strlckllng; "Am I Still in Your Heart," "I Put a Dream Away," and "I've Got an Option • nth MfHeH By Ruth Milled NEA Starr Wrllrr A woman reader says she Is get- ing (ed up with articles tolling work- Ing wives how to manage a job and homemalclng so that their husbands won't resent their working. Ties. Her hat was fashioned of the! Mexico City io visit with his bro-• Overman as hostess. urne . material with a shoulder length veil. She pinned a. corsage . . . ... of Talisman roses at her shoulder, i Icrnoon lor Maiden, Mo,, where she | way. Mr. Davis was Mr. Mlzell's only »'H1 vacation for two weeks with 1 Monday Attendant. • ll!>|1 grandmother, Mrs. Dora I3al-! Weslcyan Guild of llgn. Miss president. Mr. Long was born and reared In 'iw? "«t'i"v° l Says she: " r<i like lo b « * fu "e J£* ,, »„iI time housewife, but I'm holding SM , pres H down » J° b b «ause my husband Mr. Long lsi thlnfcs tnat u the lnillgj , 01 . me lo do. He likes hiving the extras my tiler. Thomas Esplnozn and family.! G. E. O. Club being entertained Shirley Book left, yesterday af- al the home of Mrs. T. H- Cara- | Blytheville and got his start, as a burns me v musician here. His orchestra, form-' th ,, t ' , ed In Memphis In 19*2, has been I),'"_',, featured on NBC and Mutual broad-1 '„!!,.,, The young couple will make their home where Mr. Mizell is employed. Informal Morning Party Given By Mrs. E. J. Cure lard. Mif. H. L. llimlor, who lias been connected witli the Martha Berry tlic First. ! Methodist Church meeting at the church at 1:30 p.m. Tursclav H °T' a " * g * ^° m ! woman who <( Scr>ool In Rome 1 . Oa.. arrived to spend the Summer here with her daughter, Mrs. Lee Hill. , L. Brooks. Mrs. Louis Pinion lelt today for j Thursday Mr; J. E Cure entertained with Memphis to Join Mrs. Edna n'lnck- Octette Club meeting at the home »n Informal morning party vcster- i mo "- Fro "- thpre th ''>' will go to ^ of Mrs. LanKston Ashford. day in the Mirror Room of" Hotel; Mer'rtlnn, Miss., where (hey will- O. N. B. Club being entertained I casting systems. One of hts early band Jobs was as drummer In the pit orchestra in the old Orpheum Theater in Mcm- In 1040. He became musical Trl-Town Bridge Club members director of radio station WMC In meeting at the home of Mrs. James t Memphis Ihe following year. ) Mr. Long's mother, Mrs. John Long, and his brother, Toby Long, reside In Blythcville. Noble. Approximately 65 guests call-1 vacation for two weclw with rcla- at the home of Mrs John Tyrone, ed between the hours of 10 nnd ill*™**- Thursday Rook Cl«b "«*»IIB al o'clock. I Mr. nnd Mrs. CJ. R. Carter nf the home of Mrs. Npvrtle Blftkcmorc. The Fourth of July llienie \vas carried out in a!3 the decorations of the room, with the window dir- j *ctly behind the refreshment table | holding a novel arrangement of reel,' white and blue stars and In other windows were placed miniature fli$s tied with festive ribbons. Assorted party foods were served from a long table covered with a white linen cloth around which red, white and blue tin horns were hung from garlands of ribbons of match- llig colors. At one end of the table spending the B. It. C. Clnb members being icsls ol Miss entertalne dul the home ot Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Cobb lelt this morning for Selma, Ala., where they were cnllcci because of the death of Mrs. Cobb's grandmother. Mrs. L. 1,. Fledge, who dlrd ol a heart attack at her home last night. Mrs. Wyalt Henley has as her guest lor a week. Miss Laura Kcm- per of willow Springs, Mo. Mrs. O. Shonyo and Mrs. Emmn Nolen spent today In Memphis. They placed at Intervals Hie length of Ihe table Mrs. Cure was assisted In entertaining by Mrs. Harry Kirfty. Mrs. Dick White and Mrs. Steve Bowker of Osceola, who wore corsages of red, while and blue flowers. • * • Dorcas Class Meets At Church For Business The Dorcas Sunday School clnss e*f the First Baptist Church met yesterday afternoon at the church lor the monthly business and social meeting. Thirteen members atteud- for the past two weeks. Her condition now is much ' improved. Dr. and Mrs. Howell Brewer and daughter, Miss Patricia Hrewer, ol St. Louis arrived last night to spciul the Fourth o[ July holiday here with their daughter and .sister, Mrs. Colc- man Stevens, and Mr. Stevens. Mrs. John Tyrone and children, Hugh, Jimmy and David have returned from Memphis, where they spent a week as guest of their aunt, Mrs. J. A. Pomeroy. Mr. anri Mrs. Henry Joseph Dorid have arrived here Irom Jonesborn to make their home. For the past two years Mr. Dodd has been at- r' Civic Calendar Dedication Auditorium. Sunday ol American Monday ' Tuberculosis Association Plans Education Programs The Mississippi County Tuberculosis Association is inaugurating a program ol health education to acquaint the public with work of the association and to enlist their in- Lcgion 4th of July observance, all businesses closed. Junior Chamber of Commerce— 7:30 p.m. Turstlay ... ..--.n't] work. ' Since there are now more married women working than at any other time in the country's history, there are undoubtedly a good many work- Ing wives who hold down Jobs lor the same reason this writer does. Not because they arc career-minded women, but because the family wants or actually needs that extra pay check. Fifty-Fifty In such cases, a woman ought to make U plain that since she is a full-time partner at bread-winning Preparaions are being made to accommodate 6,000 contestants and 100,000 visitors to the Olympic games at Wembley Stadium In London this summer, British Railways reports. First Christian Church, assisted by the llev. Daniel Stafford, Nazarene ill ntstcr. Trie baby died at the age of IT days, at the niythcville Hospital vesterday afternoon. One brother, Hamblin Alley, and the parents survive. Brenda Faye Razer Graveside services were conducted this morning at the Memorial Park Cemetery lor Brenda Faye lia/.cr. infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin L. Razer, by the Rev. E. C. IJrown. pastor of the First Baptist Church. The baby w-ns dep^» at birth yesterday in the Walls Hoi?' pital. Other than the parents, one sister, Sharon Ann. survives. Holt Funeral Home was in chargi, Music and sunshine increase Ihe pleasure of morning set-ups for this found Eirl who borrows her exercise from a ballerina's dance routine. _ By Alice Hart . head. Now in rhythm with the music NKA Staff Writer | fingertips of one hand to the op- Mix sweet, music and sunshine in; rais «l foot- Repent, 10 times. Drin: J. J. Pope, Jr. Last rites lor J. J. Pope, Jr.. Infant son of Mr. nnri Mrs. J. J, Pope of Luxora. were conducted at the Holt Chapel this morning. The child died shortly after birth in the Walls Hospital yesterday. Survivors other than ihe parents include two brothers. James and Billy Pope and a sister, Earlene Pope. she expects her husband to be a with morning set-ups and sec how i f oot back to the floor and swing i the other leg into position on the to I chair. full-time partner at home-making, much easier they are to take. Homemaking should be shared Exercise, taken out of doors . fifty-fifty. Hometnaklng is "woman's music, tapped from phonograph or ! Now that your exercise has proved work" when it is her full-time job. radio, offers the bent-fits of fresh ; to be more pleasant, see how easy Perhaps, it is even "woman's work" , air and a line feeling ol exhllara- j it Is to adapt your own lamiliar tcrcst in reducing the number ot! wllcn R woman, against her hus- tion. band's Inclination, chooses to have I More fun, loo is to take a cue j a career. But when a man agrees i from the music and dance through i . 'hat » woman s pay check is needed! your work-out. Here's one dance' - every media possible lor " le family welfare, then home- routine borrowed from a ballerina would be used to promote the edu-| making should become a shared re- which can be easily synchronized cases in the County. In announcing the program, Mrs. C. G. Redman, executive secretary, said set-ups" to music. cation program. The first step will be an educa- 1 tlonal series of programs over i sponsibility. As more . to music. This one is calculated and more wives go In to stretch muscles of the midriff, ..... _.. „_ ... Job-holding, this becomes an in- Lion's Club, oHtcl Nob!e-M2:15j KIjCN] wllicn will ' open Monday.! creas 'ngly Important problem and I 1 - 1 "- These weekly programs will be five wives have a perfect right to see American Legion—B:00 p.m. ' ••--' American Legion Auxiliary—8:00 p.m. Wednesday Klwanis Clnb. Hotel Noble—12:10 p.m. Thursday Rotary p-m. Club, Hotel Noble—12:10 •a. Arthur Rushing led in pray- ! turned home after visiting with rcl- ahd the group sang - America" ? tlvcs '» PnyUeville, Tern,., Hous- •ccompanled by Miss Billic Jeati ton and olhcr points, of Inlercst in Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams were Turk at the piano- Mrs. M. S. Gilbert gave the devotional taken from Acts alter which she gave a :'» Memphis Wednesday and Thurs- teading entitled "Prayer and Po- day where Mrs. Williams consulted At The Hospitals Blytheville llosplial Dismissed: Raqucl Espinoza. city. Walls llasiiilal Dismissed: Mrs. Charles Yarbn) and bab'y, city. minutes long and will be aimed at giving the listening audience a brief sketch ol the control work done by the Mississippi County Tuberculosis Association. Mrs. Redman said the board members, doctors, nurses and lay that it is solved fairly. persons grams. appear on the pro- Army, Cornell Nefmert Favored in College Meet letis and hips. All set to go to tune? peppy dance Obituary Charlotte Louise Alley v,unlinuous Shows Every D<iy Box Office" 0]>cns 1 :45 Show Slails 2:no L1STKN TO KLCN 1:1)0 a.m. 12:15 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Even for Nursery Rhymes No Place Is Like Home MILWAUKEE (UP) — Mrs. Jock I Collier received a letter from Mrs. ! Nan Armitage ol Scotland, a fam- i ily friend. 11 Mrs. Armitage said she had in- ' j tended to send Miss Collier's two- i I year-old daughter. Susan, a book Last rites for Charlotte Louise Alley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. | Howell Alley of Dell, will be con-' Swing one foot up on the back of i ducted at the Cobb Funeral Chnpcl a low chair and raise arms over- tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. by the Rev. betid your body to the side touching I Lester D. Strubhar, pastor of the MONTCLAIR. N. J., July 3. (UP) I of nursery rymes bought in Glasgow. , —Army's top-seeded Charley Oliver' "As a gift from Scotland." she i and second-seeded Dick SnviU of explained. !_.. Cornell were heavy favorites today] • ~_i. — •— to advance to the finals of the CANDIES Exclusively in Blythevilie at WOODS DRUG STORE Saturday Wild Horse Mesa with Tim Holt Serial "Tex Granger" No. 11 anil Short Cunliiiuoiis Showing Saturday 11:00 a.m.—11:30 p.m. Sunday ami Monday ^ Mrs. C. L. Thompson and baby,| 2fith annual Eestcru Inter-collegiate Stcele. Mo. Mrs. J. R. Wagcnlmrst arid baby, Veterans Housing Quarters, city. Mrs. E. L. Ray, Rt. 3, city. a specialist. Utoes." Mrs. M. W. Lewis was in charge of the business meeting snd this daughter have returned home from was followed by a reading entitled I the akaiier Clinic. ending Arkansas Jonesboro, and he State College, ill now be'em- .>,<*.i.>i»,.ii. ^ ijujiL.buuiw, nun iit; ^vui uuw ue eui- Mrs. Clayton Holder and infant ployed by (he Blytheville Soybean "I Am Glad I Am An American given by Miss Cordelia Wilhile. Mrs. R. L. Maxwell dismissed the meeting with prayer. Refreshments were served durius the social hour by Mrs. Maxwell and Mrs. C. L. McWaters, hostesses. Mrs. Scherer Entertains C. B. C. Club and Guests Mrs. Dale Horn. Mrs. Ross Moore »nd Miss Jeannlne Scherer were Tenjfns Championships. Oliver, who easily topped John j Moses of Yale yesterday in quarter- ! finals, 6-0. 6-0. faces fourth-seeded '. Leonard steiner of Cornell, while! Siivttt, who moved into the round of four with a 6-0, 6-1, win over Alan Watson of Princeton, clashes Company. Mrs. Dofld Is the lormcr with Tony Vincent, of Miami. Miss Mary Louise Reeves. ! Norma Dcppcrman and N = ..^ Mrs. H. N', Swcarengen Sr.. Miss' Morrison of Rollins College won Minnie Foster. Emnclef Swearengen. I the women's doubles with love vic- Sandra Long, Jo Alice McOuire and j lories over Diana Dent and Lucy Kay Smith attended the MOAT ! Skinner of Sweetbriar College while | production "Great Walt?." in Mem- j in the only other women's match, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Long were the guests Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Rayford Eubanks in Joiner. Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Prichard of Canyon, Tex., arc the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brittion and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brittion have returned home after visiting I the past two days here as guests oi [ culum College. 7-5, 6-3. relatives at Oklahoma City, Okln. I bis parents, Judge and Mrs. Zal B. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Mahau were | Harrison and family. They arc host and hostess Tuesday night to I enroutc to Texas where they will phis. Wednesday night 1 lop-seeded Jane Austin of Pennsyl- Mr. and Mrs." Bill Harrison nndjvania. moved to the singles finals children of pontlac, Mich., spent'by tripping Priscllla Watts of Tus- the Arthur Brittion family. visit with friends and relatives- Effective fly control depends on good sanitation plus proper use of DDT sprays. ana Miss jeanmnc &cnerer were i. guests yesterday when Mrs. tonic-: I lius Scherer entertalnd members of the C- B. C. club at her home. When rook games were played - during the afternoon, Miss Scherer won high, Mrs. Scherer, second, . ind Mrs. C. S. Dowdy, rooko. | Bouquets ol hynrangess. roses, | zinnias and tiger lilies in vivid ' shades were arranged throughout ! the home. j A salad plate with iced drinks was aerved by the hostess. Executive Board Members Meet With Mrs. Williams The Executive Board of the Women's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Mariou "Williams, for a regular meeting. There were 16 members and one guest, Mrs. Fred Becker, present. Mrs. Williams, president, presided during the business sessio.i. Open- Ing prayer was given by Mrs. C. M. Smart, after which "Mrs. Walter Bishop gave the devotional, "God and I." Following the meeting, a social hour -was held, al which time the hostess served refreshments ot as- (Otted party foods with iced drinks. New Liberty News Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Stephenson •nd daughter, Mary Tom, have re- WHEN YOU THINK OF UNITED INSURANCE AGENCY LEADING LEGAL RESERVE COMPANIES, APPROVED BY tMWKAXCf: COMMISSIONERS DV_EVKKT STAT*: IN THE CTOON AND CANADA. QUICK MTTTLtMTNT OF CLAIMS. A. F. "DEE" DIETRICH. Mgr. M ••. M S«- Intnrn BMf. lit 61 CLUB July Celebration DANCE July 3rd & 5th Hours 9 'til? 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OUR SUNDAY MENU: July 4th Southern Fried Chicken Creamed Potatoes and Gravy .New Green Beans Beets Corn on the Cob Congealed Salad Hoi Rolls Butter Iced Tea Coffee Ice Cream Apple Cobbler $1.75 Von May Phone for Sunday Reservations Bui Otfice Opens 6:30 .Show SUrls 6:45 Opem Sunday 1:00; Slarls 1:111 Continuous Shou's Sat. <t. Sun. Bargain Nifilil l->cry Night Except Saturday No (Kisses honuml on Sundaj al Ko.vy Theatre, SATURDAY Whirlwind Raiders with diaries Stnrrctt .Serial "Dick Tracy Returns" N'o. S and Short Continuous Slums Saturday 12:30—11:30 Sunday and Monday (DOUBLE FEATURE! MERTOH OF THE MOVIES Howling hH from M-G-M Phone 36S5 Robert YOUNG • Bafara HALE Frank MORGAN Cnnt. Showing Sunday 1:30 to

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