The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 7, 1948 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 7, 1948
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLK (ARK.) COURIER NEWi WEDNESDAY, JULY T, 194* Society 9 Phont 44«1 Mr«. Brooks 1$ Hostess To Bridge Club, Guest* anford Boor.e, Mrs. Dick Mrt. I Birthday Party Honor* j'Ultima Jean Book i Tiiclma J«an Book daughter of nnd Mrs. Arthur Book cjela Broolcs entertained al her home on N. Eighth Street. High «core (or the club members wa> won by His. Gene Teaford with Mrs. Worth Holder winning second high. Mis. Mali received high score lor the guests. Bouquet.' o[ Summer flowers were arranged-throughout the home. The hostess aerved » dessert course. • • • Officers Are Installed For Epsilon Sigma Alpha Mis* Billie Damon and Miss Butonne Jajgers were hostesses lust night al Miss Damon's home when Geniu were played throughout the evening and prize* were awarded to the winner*. Refreshments of birthday caKe r.n nice cream were aeived by Mm. liook assisted by another daughter, Shirley Book, Revival Services to Begin At Flat Lake School House Rovhal Service!! will begin tomorrow night, at 1:30 o'clock, at the Flat Lake School House and continue v.irouah July I*. Tht evangelistic services will be conducted by Hie Rev. Roy L. McLester with Jot Morgan, of Oosnell belnf In charge mu.slc. Coming Events Social Calendar Thms.ljy they enlerlalned members of the of ( |, e devotional services and the Alpha Beta Chapter of Epiilon Sigma Alpha An installation ceremony was held and the following officers were installed; Miss Kathyrn Thompson, president, Mrs. T. W. Baxter, Vice- president. Miss Jiiggcrs, recording secretary, Miss Billie Damon, tov- respondending secretary. Miss Alma Cain, treasurer and Peggy Reed, reporter. After the business meting was held the group presented Miss Billie Damon, retiring president. with a gift. Also » miscellaneous shower was given honoring Mrs. Ralph Warier, the former Miss Pnyon Porter. GaniM were played follou'lng this Bits of News >»' »::•:»' '<"••:•:••: :•: :•>: »::•' '•'• Mr. and Mrs. M»x L. Thomas and Spontottd By 'Y', to Install Officers of the Phalanx fraternity, Blylheville 'Y' young men's or- ganuutlon, will be Irulallerl tonight at 7 o'clock at the Ruetic Inn by a Plialann Initallatlon team from MemphU. •Ill Dunaway will be Installed as primus. Robert Purlieu pro-prkmu*, Kenneth Prultl u, tribune unit Oeorge «i>aeth u quaeetor. Chin Up to Limber Up hlldren, PRlrlcl. »nd Ronald liavi al the Soybujn Trophy ettevllte. who underwent • major operation June tt in the Fayctle- vtlle HosplUl Is satisfactory. Mr. CrltR h > former county agent here and was the tueit of honor «!•* »» (uettt o( Mr. and Mri eturned to their home In Evans- which was held here )»t year. , ill*, Ind , after spending ten d»y» Jainet Lloyd Edwards, eleclronii.i | • •• • technician, third claaa In the Uni:pd States Navy, who Is the son of Mr*. Charlea Edward« of Luxora was aboard one of th* 13-ves«i-l Midshipmen Practice Squadron on iU annual summer cruise, which landed In Lisbon, Portugal. Mr. rulfl Mrs. l«ouls Dlpert of Centrelia, Mo., were the weekcn.l guests of Mr. anrt Mrs. Vernoti Thomasson. Mrs. B. B. Wilson accompanied by her daughter, MI.SI Mil')' tmlly Wil- sou and Sidney Relger of Mtmphii have returned from New Orleans, Otilfport, Bay Zaat St. Louis ami ' Biloxi where they visited two day.i. .Mr*. Clarence: Stewart accompanied by her daughter Margaret, who had been vliltlng relatives here, returned to th?lr home In St. Louis yesleroay. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Spain and Mi-, and Mrs. Robert Spain and daughters ot Dycrsburg. Tenn., were Qeorte Duvall and family. Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Hlndman and daughters Ann and Kay visited In Memphis over the holiday weekend, where they were guests of Mr. and Mra. J. R. Schumacher, and Mra, Hlndman'a p»renl«, Mr. and Mrs. X. Wells. Steve Schumacher, who had been visiting his cousins, Ann and Kay, for the past two weeks, returned to Memphis wllh the Hlnd- mani. Mr. and Mis. Hliidman returned to Blylheville Sunday but Ann and Kay remained for a week's vhil with relatives. Mrs. J. E. Crook wns admitted tor the Memphis Baptist Hospital where she win undergo « nose oper»tlon. She was accmnpauieri there by her sister, Mrs. Henry Humphreys and I-CT dnushter-in-!a«-, Mrs. names Croolc. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. E. Cherry spent the weekend In St. Louis. Mo., wheve they were the houscgucsts of Mr. /"WNNING • bar Sistie Doll A Of White House, to PHOENIX Arlt,, July T. —(UP) —To millions of Americans It seems ,' only yesterday that she was "Sl.sti«" an exercise ?!' P*"" darling ot the Whit* Kouae l.iv* taken ever from ' | hut the «randdau«hter of the Ute the kids. Try thii method of lilting your weight from the floor. It you really want m limber up and give arm »nd chejt imisclei * workout. ; Work up to thii weight-lifting gradually. Then try kicking into ipace. • It< excellent for limbering legs, slimming thighs. : All of thii cheerini-you-on comet from Dorothy Sainoft, opera and concert *lar who claims that her daily: bar-chinning exerciser keep her in fine fclile. Miss SarnofT uio« a port:ihlr chin- ninjf bin-, which she tukcj wllli her on conceit tours and anchors Inside a door opening by means of suclion cups. Almost any horizontal h»r tf sliong enough to support body weight, W hovevcT. could be chinned to give )? jou the benefits ot this hoisting snrt ,*,( Kicking rxcrciue. —ALICIA HART, NEA Skff Writer Southern taptittt Giv« $5,300,090 in Halt Y»ar for World-wide Causes NA8HY1LI.B, Tenn., July T. (Vft —Southern Baptist gave a total of 15,306,060.54 to the Southern BaptUt Convention for national and worldwide cauw* (luring the first six months of 1144, it wu announced today. Dr. Duke K., executive s«c- retary of the convention'* Executive Committee, cald thU puts tht church past the naif-way mark on IU $10,000.000 goal for the year. But McCall said collection of $4,. 2gO.l21.74 for the same period in 1847 toward a total collection of II,344,443 for all laat year Indicated that total I84g giving will reach about J9.000.000. PreaiOnt franklin D Roo,i:veli wai Mheduled to be married today. She will wed Van H. SeafrevM, X, Portland, Ore. Amonf thoae here (or the ceremony «ai Mrt. Anne, Eleanor Rooa«v«lt, widow of the President. The bride, like her own mother, Mrs. John Boettlger, was named for Mrs RooHvelt, although few know the prealdent'i widow ae other than Mra. Eleanor ROOM veil. Preaent also waa CurtU (Buta) Call Boettlier, brother of the bride and the "Buwy" of their childhood days In the White HOUM from 1*13 to IMS. The M-year-old bride met 8»a- travej, ton of Dr. and Mri. Cherlet S*a»raves, Oreton City, Ore,, while both were attending Reed College. Portland. Ore, The campus romance culminated In their engagement as The interstate Commerce Commit Seacrave* wia graduated and "Sis-' tlon today turned down a railroad tie" finished her junior year. i request for an average 35 per cent The couple will live In Portland Increase In freight rates on fre«h fCC Rejects Railroads' ffoautit tor Hate Hike .* WASHINGTON, July T. — (UP) — Octette Club meeting at the home j ,„,, Mrs Ray M m, while there of Mrs. l.ancston Asbford. G. N. B. Club iH'lng entertained at the honw of Mrs. John Tyrone. Thursday Rook Club meeting at of Mrs. Neville B. n. C. Club members being enlertnlne dat the home of Mra. J. A. Endcrlln- Frlduy . C B. C. Club meeUug at the home and prizes were won by Miss Mar- o , Mrs Paill rjyruin. Jorte Robertson nnd Miss Cain. , Refreshments of cookies. Ice cream and Iced drinks were served. they attended the ball day. Mon- Civic Calendar Tursdaf American L>Klon—8:00 p.m. American Legion Auxiliary—8:00 p.m. TCednesdaY Mr. and Mrs. R L. Dcdmnn and iimiiy iiad ns their gticst-s. Mr. a.ul Mrs. T. O. Webtbrook and children, . ., . guests of ilr. and Mrs. Frank Hodsc Pat and Orne of SI, Anselo, Tex and lamily over lh« holidays. ' "' 1; " Khvanis Club, HoteNoble-I2:10 Thursday Rotary club, Hotel Noble—1J: ID p.m. t Mr». Olen Sprnybtrry is visiting wllh her sister, Mrs. Johnnie nisi nnd Mr. Fligl for a week In SI. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. J. Morris Moon »nd son, Morris Ilcevcs of Evansvllle, Ind., are TlsltliiR wllh his parents, Mr, and Mrs. M. T. Moon and will also visit with her parents. Mr. «nd Mrs. Everett Reeves In Caruthtri- vllle. Mm. J. C. Cherry Is visiting wllh her mother, Mrs. W. B. Turner In St. Mary's, Mo. Miss Betty Dale of Prentlss. Miss., tins arrived to spend two weeks here as the truest of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry and sons. Mr. and Mrs. J. Leroy Huddleston, and children left yesterday for Estes Park, Colo., where they will spend a month's vacation. Mrs. J. E. Galloway has arrived from Arkadclphta, Ark., for at) Indefinite visit here with her daugh- , ter. Mrs. C. L. Wylle. and Mr. Wylle. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gay have returned home from Covinston, Ripley and McmphU where they spent the holidays. Mrs. J. P. Smith and her granddaughter. Miss Mary Ann Smith, have returned home from Los An- g^Schairma^'Mrs'charleV Short, 1 Bryan. . | gele«. Calif., where they spent the, •ecrrtary Mr» N W Short pub- ! Edward Ocsterlng of St. Louis, | past month as guests of their son llrJt* chairman and Mr^J D Wld silent the weekend here with his i nnd uncle, Wallace Smith -and lam- ner'rorrrmunlty missions chairman, ""rents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ges-1 )iy. They also vl.«i=- tu DMIa^Oal- Mrs. Raymond Belknap will serve. tc ""B' .... . „ sponsor of the new c.rcle. ; Mr. andi^ ^ n ™^»^. Prayers were offered by Mrs. Lee 1 ,, ( , nt tne ]Kvs t. week here wllh Mr Powell and Mrs. Jernigan anrt the and Mrs pav Gr | t n n . closing meditation was given by, Mr . Rn/1 Mrs _ Rn!pn BRrncU jud Calvary Women Meet To Organize New Circle The Business Wowen's Circle of Calvary Baptist Church met yes- : p - ln terday afternoon at the church for the purpose of organizing a new circle to be called Circle Four. Mrs. Henry Berry presided over . r vi the business session and Mrs. Mabel jLOOtCl' INCSVS Lunsfcrd gave the devotional tak- { en from Acts. Mrs. P. H. Jernigan, j Mr. and Mrs. Silas Wright. Miss vice-president of the Women's , Madge Wright and Bill Baker of Misaiohary Union presided over the : Davcuport, Iowa, are spending this meeting during the organization of i week with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Burns new circle. and Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Wright. Tne tallowing oHicers were elect- Mr Wld Mrs. Roy Booker of Pop- ed. Mrs, James' Russell, chairman,! I" Bluff, Mo., spent the holiday, Mrs. Charles Llpiord vice chair- here with Mr. and Mrs. Waller man, Mrs. Buck Germany, pro- i Webb and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Misses Clime and Bernlce Over- mnu are spending a two weekjs vacation In Dyeraburg, Tenn.. as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Spain. Mr. an.i Mrs. Vernon Thomassoa ipent yesterday in Memphis. Mrs. J. A. Bryant is in McmphU with Mr. Bryant, who is undergoing treatment *t the Methodist Hospital there. Mrs. Eunice Young and Mi-j. LouLse Stncke :pent Sunday l.i Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry have returned from Prentlss. Miss., where they spent the holiday weekend with Mr. Kerry's mother, Mrs. P. W. Berry and pther relatives. They were accompanied home by their sons, Allen and Jerry, who had spent two weeks there with lima- grandmother. Shirley Klnff returned from Tay- lorvllle, III., wnere she visited for the past two weelu with her aunt and uncle, Mr .and Mrs. Donald i Mr. and Mrs. Westbrook were honored in Memphis Sunday and by Mr. and Mrs. Don Fletcher ui Joiner yesterday with a fish fry. Mr. and Mrs. James Lentz an.l son, Jimmy and Miss Sandra Luns- [ord left yesterday for Peoria, III., xvhere they will vacation for several days. Before returning horn:; they will, visit in Taylorville, III., as guests oi Mr. and Mrs. DonaU Rogers. Miss Lillian Shaver has returned to her home here alter spending three weeks in Denver, Tenn. Miss Helen Wheat of Lynn, Mass., i.s spending a month here as the ,of her mother, Mrs. Oliii Wheat. Mrs. Fred Goodrich and daughter. Christine ot Denver. Tenn, and Mr. and Mrs Leon Larkin and L-liiiilrcn of DLKOII, Tenn., returneJ to their home yesterday af'.er spending sever"! days here as Blythivill* fHA O///CBI Mov* to Heath Building The Farmers Home Administration office, which was formerly located In the Lynch Building, Is now located In the Heath Building at the rear of the new Tom Little Building, Fifth and Main, county supervisor D. C. Neal announced today. The offices were moved late last week, and were open In the new location after the holiday weelc-end. The office hours for tl.e PHA have also changed from the old time of •7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.. »nd are now 8 a. m. to 5 p. m., Mr. Neal said. where atagraves will work for packing company as a salesman. Seagraves, who comes from Republican parenti and himself is a registered Republican, waa » lieutenant (Jg) In the Naval Reserve during tiie war. peachea shipped from Southeastern states to pOinti Eaat of Chicago and North of the Potomac and Ohio rlvera. The petition had boea before the ICO mort than a y»ar. OppotienK included the Agriculture Depart- The bride's itep-father returned rac ut, state agencies ot North Card- to thin country last week from a || nlli south Carolina, Georgia. Ten- tour of Europe to gather material; MMe e and auch private organisa- for a series o( articles and "maybe i tions as the aeorgli Peach Indus- a book." He [lew here for the wed- )r y committee, ding at the Botttiger home. The ceremony was to be performed by At The Hospital* iiuesu of Mr. snci Mrs. W. W. shav- 1 Dismissed: Dismissed: Mrs. William Berryman, city. Wayne' Johnson Jr., Tyler, Mo. Wantta Bourland, Manila. Floyd Dicus, Steele, Mo. Walla RMplUl the Rev. Morton T. Kelsey of Trinity Episcopal Church. Veterans Good Scholars BERKELEY, Cal. tUP) — Nei / half of the 192 atudeiits on U.c Berkeley campus of the University of California who were initiated this semester into Phi Beta Kappa, national scholarship society, were veterans, the coordinator of veterans has announced. - Mp ntwt* Uttnaa *f MONTIHT . FEMALE COMPLAINTS Ar* you troubltd by dlitre» of femal* funetloofcl periodic diiturb- ancet? Docc thU mak« you auffer from pain, feel ao nervous, tired— *t such times? Then DO try Lydi* E. Plnkhim'i Vegttable Compound to relieve »uch lymptomi. PlDkharn'« hi\3 a grand soothing effect, on DMA o,' i£oi7Lou'« most important organs! The ICC ruled that thf. requested increase was neither Just nor reasonable. Head Courier News Want Ads. B. C. Hall. city. Not Meant For Every Home Only for those fastidious women whose discreet taste demands the finest, we proudly announce Crystal Chandeliers imported from Chechoslovakia. The GIFT SHOP Moss Bryan 103 East Main Stre«t vcston and Houston, Tex., before returning home. Condition of J. E. Critz of P«y- , d , iuircn o[ SL spc ht the , Mra. Berry entitled "Speak Out Tor Jesus". ! |, 0 H(tays here with Mr. and Mrs. Refreshments w ere s erved riur- - nmk Blackburn. Ing the social Hour by members o[ clarence Ward of SI. Louis. " f the Business Women's circle. » • • Picnic Supper Given By Mr., Mrs. F. Hodge Mr. and Mrs. TVanlc Hodge entertained at their home Monday evening with a picnic supper honoring their weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Spain and Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Spain and daughters o r Dyersburg, Tenn,, and *Mrs. Clarence Stewart and daughter, Margaret of St. Louis, Twenty-two guests attended the affair which was held on the la<yn of the home. •• * * Mrs. Hartzog Honored By Mrs. W .A. Pickard I.spent the weekend here visiting ' rcJfttlvcs and friends. Corporal \Vnymon Webb of Elgin Field, PI a., 15 spending R furlough llicro with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. i Walter Webb. I Mi*. Olivn Williamson and Miss Evelyn Webb arrived home Friday alter aU?ncnn£ thR Summer session at Arkansas Stnte Collesf 1 . i Joncsboi'o. j Mr. nnd Mrs. Chester James n"l - children, spent the weekend he i with Mrs. Jnmrs" parents, Mr. and i Mrs. Ivor Glenn. Mr. and Mrs. Dutch Asher and daughter, Jackie of Ccvnelton, Ind . spent the weekend here with Mr. and Mrs. Buck Burns. Mis. Frankle AsliLiaH and -win. spent tliu weekend In Cootei \Lsii- in? frlcncls. Bnx Office Oppr,.«i 6:3ft Slmw Starts 6:45 Opena ,Sim<lay 1:00; SUrU 1:15 Continuum Shows S*t tt Sun Bargain NUhl Cvcrj Mjjht llvcept Saturday so pA5!scs lionorrd on Sunday a Boxy Theatr* Mvs. Y*'. A. Pirfcard Vvas yesterday when she entertained with a card -parly at her home o.i 103S Chickasawba, honoring Mis. L-. S. Hartzos, who will leave soon wltn Mr. Hartzog and their son. Tommy, to make their home in SticcsLon, M». Prizes were \von by Mrs. Chnri;c Partlow and Mvs. Eunice Young during tiie carC games. A yellow and green color .scheme | was used in the decorations of the home and in Vhe refreshments. Mrs. Hai'iio? was prcoCiited a gift \ by the hosiers. Last Thne Today IDOURLK FEATURE) Late George ApSey LUCKY FOOT SHOE SALE 1010 mm MUST GO-VALUES TO $8.95 Your Choice: v-»nUnuoiis Shows Kvcry Dny Hoy Office Opens 1:15 Show Starts 2:00 LISTKN TO Kl.CN H A.m. n:45 p.m. 4:?l p Correct Time . . . If you're Blowing up o rtdng ahead — your iiratd iiiMds adjustment. Bring it In to O*Br>'*nt's whert repair ^ork fUAranteed to plt»«. . Pat O'Bryant JEWELER Main A Second J.asl Time Todav e Three Daring Daughters »ilh ,!n-.f Iturbl »nd Srlcctrd Short Subjcrt; Continuous Showini tverj D»j Thursday & Friday IDAM DMLEY Give my Regards io Broadway Abie's Irish Rose with Mlchiel ChekhoT >nd JOAnnn Dru Thursday & Fridiy FEATORI) TECHNICOLOR Pmramxint News and Short Coniin»v& Shoninj Evcrj- Day Startt T 0 M O R R O W H U U Pumns... Straps... Ties... Wedges... Dress Ifarlalc has never offered such Shoe Values as this before! J160611 Now is the time to buy several pairs at these low prices! JIEDEL'S

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