The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 8, 1948 · Page 2
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FAGB FOUR oce BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NfWS Phone 44«1 Informal Party Is Given For Mrs. Lloyd H. Ml* Lloyd H. Wise o( Tuscaloosa, AU., wu honored yesterdiy tfter- noon when Mrs. Lloyd V. Wise tnd -Mr». -Clarence Webb entertained with in informal drop-in party at Mn. Wi**,» home at 1933 W. Cliick- uawtw. Approximately 10 guests celled between the hours of 3 and 6. The home WM decorated wllh rase* of daisies, gladioli and tweet- pe«s. The dining table, overlaid; with a white linen cloth, was centered with »n attractive arrangement of snapdragons In various •hide* flanked by plnlc tapers burning In cryslal holders. Refreshments of punch, salted nuts, cuke and t Order of De Malay Is Organized For Blytheville There will be an organizational meeting of the Cliickasawba'Chap- ter. Order of De Molay at Ihe Mn- soiilc Hall, Friday night at 1:30 p.m. The charter for this boys' organization, which is sponsored bv (lie Masonic Lodge. Chlckasawlm Lodge) 134 ol BlyOieville, wns recently reinstated through the efforts of an advisory cpmmlttee of Masons, appointed by the Worshipful Master. This committee is composed of Bob Burns, chairman. Raleigh Svl Harry Deskln Jr., arrived hom« Sunday from Phoenix, Arlr.., ta spend several days here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 11. T. Des- kln and family. He Is connected with Ihe S. H. Kress Company there. Mr». W. Arlan returned to her home in Redlands, Calif., after spending six weeks here as guest of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr, Heads Phalanx punch bowl. . Out of town guests who alcended were Mrs. Wilier Herd of Newport, Mrs. Cecil Branson of Houslon, Tex., Linen Shower Is Given Honoring Miss Maloch To join (he Order ol D' character nnd reputation. j for a : ; two months. :i and children, Michael Toby, "-ho visited here and Darlene F^lnljerg on In California for Instructors' Water Safety Course Offered AH Instructor* course will be conducted as a part of the Summer water safely program of Ibe Clilcka- sawba District of the American Red Cross. Mr*. Hugh Whltsltt chairman for water safety Bald today. The course, which l« limited to those having completed the senior life-saving classes and those: who wish to take refresher courses! on Instructing, will be taught by a field reprettnlatlve from the Midwestern area, with headquarters in St. Louis. The classes are scheduled to begin at Walker Park oil August 2, and extend through August e, Joncsboro and Osceola offices of the Reel Cross are being notified that the class will be taught here nnd it Is 'expected that several from ] those areas will participate In the 1 program. Traffic Code (Continued from r» te j.) Railroad street, between Main and Walnut, South-bound traffic will "? .. pe , rmlUed °" th « E «t "He HM "' lloact ln «'« two blocks, and Noilh-bound traffic will not he allowed West o; the railroad between Asn and Walnut. Cir* parked In violation of (he traffic code may be removed from the streets by the chief of police THURSDAY, .JULY 8, ]<Mg and Ihe city shall lequire Ihc owner 01 Ihe car to pay a lownge charpe of »2,30 plus storage at the rate of SO cents per day. Operator, of garage* and automobile repair shops are required lo reiwrt lo police evidence that cars '• have been hi a serious accident or struck by a bullet. Persons involved in accidents fhall render assistance lo any in- , Jiued persons, furnish their name, I address and auto license number to the driver ol a damaged car and remai'i at the scene ol an acciden" until it can be investigated by an officer, or the accident reported lo proper law ciilorcemem authorities, PILES TROUBLE? For Quick Relief North Carolina alter visiting their . - , Ark., July 8—Miss finn Milocli bride-elect of John Andrew Edrlngton was again honored yesterday afternoon when Mrs. A. t,. Boyce entertained 35 guests with a linen shower. . The honoree was presented H •croll with the list of guests, from which fell satin .streamers leading Jo « basket decorated in pink and white »nd held the wedding gifts. ' The refreshment table was over Itid with lace cloth and featured an Arrangement of pink and white carnations In crystal bowl. | Punch and monogramecl individual pink tuid white cakes were •erved «j the refreshments. The honoree was presented a cor- Mge of white carnations from the hostess. She wore [or the occasion » /rock of whit* «nd lavender ba- tlse with white nccessories. J. Mrs. Clarence Powell ami Mrs. John Haskftt assisted the hoslesss with the serving. ' Other decorations used in the home were tall vases of white lilies i ... Lutheran Guild Meets ;With Mrs. Robert Jaeger . Mrs. Robert Jaeger wns hostess last night it her home to six members of the Lutheran Women's Guild. i During the business meeting it *« voted that the group would send a letter of thanks to the Lutheran Women's Missionary League for tteir J4000 contribution Jor the new Lutheran Church here. Plans were made for the group *o Join the league. Extensive dls- . .cusslon was held on the plans lor ,the church on which construction (will begin immediately. : Mrs. P. O. Reichel was in charge of the program on the subject of ;"Chrtstian Homes." [ During the social hour the hos- ,tess served * salad plate with Iced idrinks. [Mrs. Stewart Is Elected 'President of Auxiliary ' Mrs. B. F. Stewart was elected ,to serve as president of ths Ameii- ;can Legion Auxiliary when officers ;lor the current year were elected ;at their meeting in the Legion Hut .Tuesday night, ' Other officers elected to serve with Mrs. Stewart included Mrs fJ. S. Godwin, first vice-president- iMrs. Ben Chine, second vice-president; Mrs. L. J. Zeller, secretary..treasurer; Mrs. Paul Mahon. sergeant it arms; Mrs. M. A. Middleton, historlsn and Mrs. Edgar Cro- ;uch. chaplain. i Girls who represented the nuxi- jliary at Girls State Ihis year were the guests, and gave reports on .their activities there, i Hostesses for the occasion were *Jrs. Joe Scruggs. Mrs, Mike Mer- ,oney. Mrs. Godwin and Mrs. Eddie ,Choir Members and Guests {Entertained By Mrs. Lowe i Mr. and Mrs. I. o. Wcslbrook of van Angolo, Tex., who are the hoirsr- jguestji ol Mr. and .Mrs. R L Dcd- naan, were honored guests last ni<-ht «t an informal party which followed fcholr rehearsal for members of the first Christian Church at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lowe ; The dining table, at which assort,ed party foods and punch were serv- 'Ina 'centered"'? With '* lace clolh % £ a ,t an " Ilowcrs - Bouquets of .gladioli and other mixed flowers ;*ere used throughout the home. Sistit on Honeymoon t PHOENIX. Ariz.. Julv 8 lUPl- r SBtle Pan, darling Q/ - th( . Wh .. c ^ ^ ",„""", a ™tov<*">™<*™. Mrs. G. V. Daw., !,„., rnurned », ''"" |"?H , ,% , * cl)B|)tcl ' f ' or " a lhrfc wceks ™cn!ion In Memphis re- Washington, n. C.. Maryland, ^w York city, and Virginia where she n ~ •• "<ui Atktus, Howard YOFK (jily Bn-m' 7° n * BirmiiiRham. Charles spent three ~ wccks""vlsHing""Meml5 »og,m J;.. Bobby Colemaii. Dudley and relatives Hnrdy Larry Jlcarn. Lloyd Hocott, Mr. and Mrs. floss Stevens re- M nw »? V £ n ' ai """ 1 ™ McDan- turned home last iiislii from Norel. nobby McDanlcl, Oralinm Purl- j fork Lake whore they had spent low Jr.. James Peterson Jr... Jiime.s j several days. V. Ontes, Jimmy rtelnmiller. Mose j Mr. nnd" Mrs. Joe Estes ,lr / t t. billion Jr.. Bobby Tuner. David i daughters, Wnnda. Linda antl L ly fc. West. Johnny Wilion and Chnrlcs of Springfield, Ore., are visiting Bufoid YOIIIIE. with relatives here. Mrs. Kstes's mother. Mrs. Henry Young of May! Meld, Ky., is also visiting here. They (will go to MnyfleUI Ihe Inter port of this week to spent several days be' fore reluming 10 Springfield. I Dr. ami Mrs. M. rtoss. Dr. Merrill ' Bill Dunaway, above, last night was installed i* prlmm of the Phalanx fraternity, a Blytheville "Y" orgarilMtfon for young men . I Also Installed at a Q | nncr meet-1 Ing at the Rustic Inn were Robert Hurtle, pro-primus; Kenneth I'rn- Itt, tribune; and George Spaeth ' quaestor. ' j Officers were Inslalied and Ihc I I iylhcvllle phalanx group was in- | J iictccl inlo Ihe national orgnnlzn- I "on by an Intrcxluclion learn of ' seven Memphis Phalan. membcl . s ; Headed l>y Bill Nansdl. program [ * WE, THE WOMEN BY Kuril MIJ.I.KTT NEA .Start Writer • nth Milled Buford Young.' Mrs. Fincher Hostess To Demonstration Club ke the.w concessions, wives on •••-•""••'.• .. ^ !?"" r vacation Irip this summer raio»i/) g the dinner and group i J'«t for yoiir husband's sake. tip RTvth'rv^i' A .^ 5 ' P 1 "" 1 ^" 1 of ! , ?°"' 1 l ' aclt eno "Bl clothes to tnli, ^f'S^ ,?f.' .S B1 '. e " "?rief ; |«» )™ six months If you are K o- two weeks' automobile i "-, ember-organization of { lrl ». Tuberculosis Association Board Meeting ij Called „.,,„ .,,... I Dr. ami Mrs. M. rtoss. Dr. Merrill i«e Millignn ni,j Be Home Dem- Ros s «nd Burton Ross of Forrest. oiislralion cluh met yesterday at Park. III., spent several days here inc home of Mrs. Jack Plnchcr with aj guesis of Mr. «nd Mrs.'sJdncy 13 present, plait The meeting was callrd to order Mrs. Ray Harrison Is , patient it i i ^ Ho "' ' )rcsl(t c"'. after the Rlytheville Hospital where slie which Mrs. Helen Faulkner rend is receiving treatment for burns he devotional entitled, "The Wrest- she received when s he ovcrtnrnd nng Jacob. Mrs. Joint Hawkins a pan o[ scalding walcr. gavc Ihc poem. "Tell Him So" and Mrs. Herbert Latlmer and tlati'h- „ I A ' M ' Holt lctl the « rou P In tcr, Terry ot St. Louis, Mo., returned n ,,'• ,, '" tlicl r home yesterday after noil cull was answered by each spending Ihe holiday weekend here member naming one tiling a med- with Mrs. joy Ross and other cine che.si, should contain. During friends and relatives I ."J!r 0 *. ram Mrs ' E(!S!U ' RWer "Is- M 'M«S Jane and Joan Williams ' and Miss Bobby Lou Parker ot Hlckmon. Ky., returned to their home yesterday atler visiting here for a week as guests of Mrs. J. H. Adams. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Saliba and son, Sine, It's a vacation und you hate ; lo be huiried. but do Irv to .speed i up your dresslns time, so" thai your husband doesn't feel like he U wasting half of his vacation wanin-z ... _ for I 10 " lo get readv to do Ihis Mrs C. o. Redman, executive sec- ' Or Iha( - reUry for the Mississippi County D 011 ' 1 l "*M on looking ,, p ac _ I ubejculosos A.ssoclatlon, has call- ' fl"«l'itances in every town voil so ed a meeting of new board members ' ""'ough. especially ' If ihe'y are next 'Wednesday st 2 p.m. m the <^'^ ot yours who have never Court House. even met your husband. Mrs. Redman explained today' rack Syslfmaticallj that the county board was being' °° be systemallc about your enlarged to include about to »ct- P ackln 8 so that you aren't con- ive members, which does not In- st »nt'y asking your husband to elude heads of the department of haul m hal ' » dozen bags every work which are automatically mem- "" 1C - vou sl °P for the night, bers of the county ' board of this i " vo " havp '"" "'• "''"•'•• association. Next Wednesday's meeting will be directed toward acquainti..* Uie new members with the work of the association and a discussion on the . e cusseci the cause, prevalence and «lenlilic research on cancer and Mrs. George Plagg talked on tuber"'[?,, s ' . hollowing the program, a social hour was held sh( | refreshments .iu». ».,,, ncia nnd refreshments Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Saliba and son or sandwiches, cake and Iced drinks Albert returned this morning Irom ele Mn 'ed. a'weeks vacation to points of Ini inlere.st In NorlJi Carollnn. fi ... ii/ r ,, Mr - nllri Mrs - c s - Lemons Ml v.firi$r/on Workers Meet today lor cliirngo. 111., and untile With Mrs. R. M. Fletcher' ^nt'*ec\-* Wl> " e " 1Cy *'"' sl>C ' 1(l nur-irot > . , , ' !vlv an d Mrs. J. T. O'Stecn are Chris?hn wnrt ' >y .", ~ ' I1le llic parcnls »' » daughter born C r is a Ph , ,° f , '. hC nrst T"«-'«l«y at the Seller's Clinic. of M f R M 'a 1 ; 1 , 1 " UlP ' 1Dmc Tnclr scco " ri chl1 "' snc 1>« been "tier oon plclchcr Tuesday named Patricia We O'Stcen. They ' Thi> nvf>'c< r i« .1 ^ luvc °" e otl ' cr tiiuighter, Laura I ne picsidenl, Mrs. Harry Driver, Catherine presided with the business nnd Mrs If you have left the children behind, rton't keep wondering out loud it they are getting along all right H you can't help worrying about them, worry silently. Don't insi.st on d'oi/ig everything and going everywhere "the girls" have told you that you mustn't miss. Don't lei a single argument mnr I the fun ol your trip. It takes two I to argue so all you have to do to LOUIS NATIONAL STOCK- ' ^ ccp P 0300 ls kce P still when things e X-ray clinics to be conducted here and In Osceola later this Slimmer Livestock it- • u Kiwanians Meet Tlle B| V'h«-llle Klw&nls Club met ——'-•• Jasper Thompson conducted the devotional. Following the meeting the hos-l less served a dessert course to the ' "^ "•J""-"'"- ".<"«i'i.> v^mu im:i H members; and one guest Mrs >' cstcrll «y nt "'« Hol<1 l Noble tor Bud King, attending. ' ' vhcir luncheon meeting. An Informal program consisting primarily o( group singing was conducted, i O. B. Hayes. Jonesboro. Alex Lee of Chattanooga. Toun., and Mile-1 hell Moore ol Osceola were of the Kiwanians. YARDS. III., July 8. IU!>)— (U3DA) —Livestock: HO.-S 9.CCO; salable 6.500; slow, general market steady to 25c lower. Little change on weights under 170 ib.'i. Bulk 1KJ-2JO liw 2925-2975- practical top 39.75; few lot.s 30 230270 Its 28-29; 270-300 Jbs ?6.50-''8- around 375 Its 24.JO; lCO-170 Ibs 28.25-29; 130-lM Ins 25.50-56- mostly 25.75 up; 100-120 Ibs 22.50-25- sows MO Ibs down, 23-23.75' over «0 Ibs 21.50-22.75; -stags 16-18.50' few 19. Cnttle 2,500; salable 2.000; calves 1.2CO. all salable. Market steady 0:1 steers and heifers. Cows firm'and in broad demand. Bulls, steady. Ve.ilcrs (I higher; small lot.s of good to high choice sle^rs, 36.25-37.50; medium to good heifers and mixed don't go just . But above all ACT as though you're having tun,. So many wives •wear their worries'on' their even when" they're supposed to be vacationing to "get away from it Witness Not Neutral FORT WORTH, Tex. I UP) — A woman who called the district attorney's office here said she hart some Information on an assault case In which "a poor man was beaten up by another man." First, though, she wanted to know "which side you'll take in the case." yearlings 28-3^; odd head jood cows 25 and above: common and medium beef cows 10.50-24; canners »nd cutters 15.50-'. 9. At The Hospitals Rlylhevllle llnspltal Dismissed; Hiilli Johnston, city. Mrs. Leiinie Duke, Cooler, Mo Wails Hosrllal Mrs. U. T McKay and baby. Os- ceoin. House is \r-m-..; a5o . wns on h-r honeymoon today, the bride of Van H. Seneravc.c of Portland, Ore. I The Knndciau;htcr ol the laic ! Prcsidr-m )ioo.;i-ie)t wn s married ' Iicre late vc.stcrnny at the home y\ V.er parent.,, Mr." and Mrs. Joh.i J Boctilger. The ceremony was witnessed bv Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, the bride'• grandmother anrt widow of th» president, us Wi .ij as ot |icr niembcis or both families. Not Meant For Every Home Only for those fastidious women who« discrcet UsU deman(Js the finest, we proudly announce Crystal Chandeliers Imporled from Czechoslovakia. 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