The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 9, 1948 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 9, 1948
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PAGE FOUR BLTOriiVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1948 oce ty 9 Phone 4461 Miss MeLeod Is Engaged To Charles William Henley Mr. tnd Mrs. George William McLeod today announce the engagement »nd approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Carolyn Jane MeUod to Charles William Hen- Ill formal Reception Honors Rev., Mrs. W. J. Fitzhugh Tlie Rev. and Mrs, W. J. Fltz- hughj who arrived here last week when lie took over his duties as deacon In charge of the Episcopal churches in niytlievitle and Osce- !ev of Blytheville, son of Mr. and i ota, were complimented with a re- Mrs Andrew E*rl Henley Si 1 , exception last night. Hostesses were ' Memphis Plans 'for the solemnized August 20, will b« announced at. a la'er da?e. Miss MeLeod was graduated from Blythevllle High School, where she was- secretary of the senior class. She is how a member o! the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority and is employed by Guard's Jewelry Store. j members of the Women's Auxiliary wprtdlno to be ' of st - Stephen's Episcopal Church, weuouiB w "^ ; who elUcrla | llcd al the womim'a Club at 8 o'clock. Approximately. 1[M) guests were present to meet the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. FitzhUEh, including members of the congregation of both the local church and the Osceola church, together with & large number of other guests. In the receiving line were Mrs. Miss Maloch Is Honored At Breakfast, Shower Mrs. B. E. Moore of Oeceola en- terlalncil Vj guests yesterday morning at 9:30 o'clock, will) a breakfast Bits of News is Sarong.. Mr. and Mri. A. R. Wetenkatnp and daughter, Terry, left yesterday for Camp Hlo Vista, Hardy, where they will spend a month's vacation. Mrs. Henry Joseph Dodd and Mrs. in and kitchen shower honoring Miss W. O Reeves spent yesterday n, Ann Maloch, brldc-rlfcl of John Memphis, where Mrs. Dodd con- Andrew Edrii elor> o! Osceola. ™"t«» her dentist. Mr. Henley was graduated from | o o Hardaway. president of [he central High School of Memphis.; woman's Auxiliary, John 13. Mo mid served rath the Naval Air • Dowcll. senior warden of the Corps during World War II. He is | c i, ur ch, the ncv. Mr. and Mrs. Fitz& co-owner of the Freeman Henley Grocery store here. Lancashire Home Setting For Informal Drop-In hugh, and Mrs. E. R. Mason The three refreshment tables were arranged before the alcove ot tile club room, with the center table covered with an ecru cutwork linen cloth on which was placed a mirrored plaque holding a five- branched silver candelabra In Mrs. E. R. Lancashire entertained w |,t c i, slender white tapers were •yesterday with an informal drop- burning. The centerpiece was gar- r - i r 'in honoring her nieces, Misses Lc-I i andC( , w ( th delicate green fern III r ISn T r)' at Each guest upon entering the home, placed their favorite recipe with their names attached on a small table. Breakfast was served at the din- Ing room table which was overlaid with a white linen clotli and centered with a green fostorla bowl n-mi white daisies and ye'.lo* centers flanked by miniature kitchen utensils. Placecards wove miniature 1 rolling pins nnd the hou. Oreo's place was marked with a huge rolling pin with seven streamers attached which led to n basket filled with Kills. Profusions of mixed Summer flowers in low crystal bow):; were placed throughout the home for the affair. Mrs. Moore was assisted In serving by IIEI- daughter, Miss Lola Moore. Laymen's League Has • la, Helen and Sally Wilson of Well' which were nested pastel pink car- ington, Ohio. Approximately 25 na t| 0 iis, and the same pink and guests called between the hours , of 3:30 to 5:30. Other out of town • guests were Mrs. H. B. Wilson of . Wellington and Mrs. E. B. Tnsslng \ of Columbia, Ohio, who arc also • houseguests ol Mr, ana Mrs. Lan' cashire and family. ' The dining table, at which assorted party foods were served, was covered with a lace cloth and ten- tered with a striking arrangement I Hejiry Hoyt of Lcachville, Mrs. A. . of mixed Summer flowers in a low I R, oisen and Miss Josephine Shlb- whlte color scheme was carried out in the individually iced cakes and party mints arranged on the table on silver comiwlcs and trays. Fruit punch was served from the two flnulcing tables, each covered with ecru lace cloths and centered with ciil glass punch bowls- The Laymen's League of the First Christian Church had a fish fry last night on the banks of the Mississippi River nl Barfiotd. There were 25 members present. A. ,L. Mason, president of the league presided during a brief business scs.iion. al which time it was decided :hat the ladles of the clvur- ciil glass punch uowis. ....... ^^ .......... ~- ••- -----Presiding al the refreshment! ch would be special guests at the tables were Mrs. Frank Oreer, Mrs.' next social meeting which will be crystal bowl. Placed In front of the fireplace was a floor basket of glad. toli. Daisies and other vases of flow• ers were arranged throughout the ? home. Maloch's s o Entertain : . With Rehearsal Dinner Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Maloch of Osccola, will entertain tonight, 7:30 o'clock at their home with a diu- • ner party prececding the rehearsal ' for members of the Mnloch-Edrlng- ton wedding party and out of (own ; gnesls. The wedding will be solcm- • nized In the morning. 0 o'clock at ^ the Osceola Presbyterian Church- The table at which the guests are to be seated will be covered with a white linen cloth and will be centered with a crystal bowl filled with mixed Summer flowers in pastel .shade: and flanked by pitik tapers . burning in crystal candelabra. ' held Ju August. The Rev. Lester D. Strubhar gave the devotional. During the evening, three volley ball games were held and the male chorus presented three selections. Bernard Goocii was awarded the prize for the person ealiug the most fish and tlie Rev. Mr. Strnbhar received the prl/.c for Inking longer to ent. than any other member. Cheif cook for the affair was Jim Stovall who was assisted by Mr, Mason. J. C. Ellis and C.eorge Cross. The group was dismissed with prnyer by M. T. Moon. Mrs. Blakemore Hostess To Thursday Rook Club Mrs. Neville Blnkcmore was hoa- , .- „ --. , less ycsterduy at her Home to mem- served as rmisler of ceremonies for I bers'of the Thursday Hook Club and the Informal affair. onc guest, Mrs. H. C. Blnnkenshiji. Among the. guests were several | when rook games were played, from out-of-town Including Mr. | Mrs Wendell Eaton won high. Mrs- Icy. They were assisted by Mrs. S. S. Patterson, Miss Vivian Patterson. Mrs Fred Sallba and Mrs. Jolm D. McDowell. Mrs. E. A. Stacy of Dell was In charge of the decorations. Tall silver vases filled with watermelon pink phlox were placed about tlie club rooms, and the fireplace was banked with |>oUe d palms flunked by twin floor baskets hold- Ing pink crepe myrtle blossoms. An oblong copper troy filled with greenery WHS used on the mantle to complete the selling. I.. T- Moore Jr.. pianist, played throughout the evening, and vocal solos were presented by Phillip Khoury of Steel, Mo., and Doylo Herron of Jonesboro. Crawford Noble introduced the guests and Mrs. Joe Toledo hits arrived from Hot Springs, lo spend ten days lere as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rlales. Mrs. S. S. Patterson left today for Jackson, Miss., her former home, where she ivill be the guest of friends for a week. j Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Chitwood and son, Cecil Bernard, of Onctda, Tenn., arrived today to be the guests of her sister, Mrs. Paul Human, Mr. Human and daughter, Marilyn Sue. Mr. Chitwood will return home tomorrow, and Mrs. Chitwood and son will remain for a month's visit. Mrs. O. O. Hardaway spent today In Memphis. Mrs. S. fj. Patterson and daughter, Miss Vivian Patterson, were in Memphis Wednesday where they went especially to attend the MOAT performance of "No. No, Nanette." Mrs. Anna Haslctt of Memphis and Mr. and Mrs. John Zanelli of Brooklyn, N. Y., art the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hasan and family. Lieut, and Mrs. E. B. Devon of Washington, D. C., are the parents of a son born July 8 in a Washington hospital. Their first child. he has been named Donald Edward. Mrs. Devon is the former Miss Connie Wallace of Blytheville. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. E. Rlggins have returned from St. Louis, Mo., where j they visited with their son and I daughtet-ln-law. Cllief Yeoman aud ARIS—(NEA) — Pierre Bal. main revives tht sarong, and makes it the star oi hii midsummer collection. The bizarre styling of > farong bathing suit (right) which combines wrapped-and-tied shorts, bra and knee-length coal, is underscored by exotic Javanese cotton of multicolor print. The gala evening dress (left) with short train now off- shoulder decollctage and , whopping hip bow, show the sarong's influence on formal fashions. Ked-and- black Javanese print contributes to the exotic look of this gown. '-ft' -•-»•»—- i Short and i Long 'J Khoury nnd his sister. Miss . R. H. Hcnson .second, and Mrs. Mrs. C. A. Higgins. They went es- | pccially to be with their daughter, Mrs. J. L. Edwards and daughter. Pollytmnc of Woodlake, Calif., who were enroute to Norfolk, Va.. to make their home where Chief Boatswain's Mate Edwards will be! stationed there for two years. Mrs. T. 1. Seay and daughter, Miss Iva Seay are spending today in Memphis. Mrs. J. G. Sudbury and daughter, Miss Tabltha Sudbury, arc in Rochester. Minn., where Miss Sud-' bury will undergo a check-up at Mayo Clinic. They are staying nt [ the Damon Hotel. i Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Williams and sons, Dick and Mac, have as their i guests, Mrs. Carol Campany and i daughter, Kay of Shelby, Miss.,! and Bill Hamilton of las Angeles j California 1 . I Young People Showing Greater Interest in Church, Pastor Says lack" recently observed in 1113 | . irsi Methodist Church, the Rev. j NgW LlnPrtV lien D. Stewart, pastor, told mem- | ^ " ' i-'v-1 / Khoury. both of Steele. Mr. and | Blnnkcnshlp. rooko. Mrs. Henry Hoyt ol SxjachvlUc, Mrs. ) The home hcW attractive Reporting on "Youth Activity* Week" recently observed in Fir Allc bers of the board of stewards of j ^ the church at then- July rneeUns , > * last night that young people here ' and in other churches are showing increased interest in living Christian live.s and in life service in church work. ing tl\e weekend with relatives here. Mr. and Mr.s. Hiriam McDonald had as their guest over the holiday weekend their daughter, Miss Jimmy Nell McDonald of Memphis. Mr. and Mis. U C. Riddle oi Fort Worth, Tex., and Mr. and Mrs. Glair Nance of Dallas, Tex., have returned to thrir homes after having spent the holidays here as guest OL Mr. and Mrs. Cooley. Mrs. Rayford Eubank and family Missco Singers to Meet At full Gospel Tabernaci The Mississippi County Singir Convention will meet Sunday aftc: noon a't 2 o'clock, at the Full Go. pel Tabernacle on Lilly Street. Spi cial guests will be the WREC Kca liley Harmony Boys. Hubert Pol grove is publicity chairman. Guests who will attend oilier j and aunt. Mr. nut! Mrs. J. M. Wil- than members of the wedding party i Hams, Mrs. W. W. Prcwilt. Mr^. 0 \i o r-i I r- • 1 included the Rev. and Mrs. Russell I Dick Prcwill, Mrs. S. L. Oladlsh, ' L>. N. D. UlID entertained J. Clubb, the Rev. and Mrs. L. T. Mrs. Mills. Miss Ullian Mr. and Mrs. John Tyrone and ' sons, Hugh, Jimmy and David will' ar- | leave this artcrnoon for Slke c .ton, Mo., where they will spend the weekend as guests of Mr. Tyrone's mother, Mrs. Luther Tyrone and his brother, Bob Tyrone and family. Lawrence, Mr, and Mrs. G. Meascles and daughters. Marietta arid Jan of Little Rock. Mrs. J. M. Measeles of Gnrdon, Mr. and Mrs. John Haskctt, Mrs. B. B. Dunlap and Mrs J. J. Perry Mrs J D Stevens will assist In serving. Mrs. Enderlin Is Hostess To B. R. C. Club, Guests Mrs. J. A. Enderlin was hostess yesterday when she entertained members of the B. R. c. Club ami three guests, Mrs. Ruth Dishcon. Mrs. Freda Hinton ami Mrs. Roy Head at her home on 1100 Chick- asnwba, Mrs. Russell Wert won high score in the rook gam^s, Mrs. Dishcon, second h! gh, "Mrs. H i n t on, rooko and Mrs. Elva Poc, low score. Attractive arrangements of mixed Mrs. W- E. Hunt nnd MSss Lyford, all of OsccoJa. j At John Tyrone Residence j Mrs. John Tyrone entertained ' members of the G. N. B, Club nnd flowers were used to decornlc the otic guest, Mrs. Bcrlie Alford, yes- home. ; tcrday afternoon B(, her home on Following the gnmes, Telre.shtncius; North Highway Gl. were served by the hostess. When bunco games were played Guard's Offers You Easy Credit Terms of no Extra Cost! Four members of tlie church's Young Peoples' Department recently weie pledged to life service—two in the ministry, and two in youth leadership activities. They are: CLII Go.ssett ana Robert Edwards, \viio plan to study for.Lhe ministry, and t ^^ ^ MUses Juanita EberJt an d Betty J O f" joiner'vfsited^lth' friends"'ancl ; ranees Arncy, who will train io-: j relatives htre Wertnesdfiy work with the young people. [ Mr. and Mrs. Asa Prichard of Mu:h of the credit for the interest of the young pc-<-pie hi the church here was given to Miss Mamie Atlnms, director oi religious education ,and to the adult leaders working in the Young Peoples' Department. Harvcv Morris, chairman of the Livestock id medium beef cows barely stea- at 23-24.50; odd head light butler yearling type, 25; vealers tl iiher; goo dand choice 27-30; corn- on and medium 16-27. Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN :00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. i:M p.n Last Time Today Give My Regards to Broadway with Dan Dully & Nancy Guild Paramount News and Slinn Continuous Showing Every Day SATURDAY Serial: "TRx Grander" No. 12 and Short Continuous Slums Saturday 11:00 a.m.—11:30 p.m. Sundav and Monday i Blythfeviile were the weekend i I of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Banks. At The Hospitals Hospital during the afternoon, prizes were won by Airs. Herman Hoffman, high, Mrs. H. C. Blankenship, bunco, and. Mrs. lioyce* Moore, low. Zinnias In bright colors were placed in the home. j A salad plate was served by the hostess. board and secretary oi the special building fund .committee, report ad on comribmions to the fund lor financing the erection of a new sanctuary. About $22,COO in cash and ; pledges hive been received this year brin ing the total ui *he fund to more than S1CO.OCO. Future meetings of the board iv:U be held on the first Thursday or each month. Blytheville Dismissed: Mrs. B. Em. Busby, city. Mrs. Nellie Cummings, Steele, Mo. Darryl Thompson j rit.y. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Marion Warren, Caruthersville, MO. Mrs. Leon Krutz and baby, Osceola. Mrs. John Springle, city. Don Cooper, city. ST, LOUIS NATIONAL STOCK YARDS, III., July 9. tUP)- —(USDA.) —Livestock: Hogs 7,200; salable 6,500; weights under 240 Ibs. fairly active, steady to 25c higher than Thursday's average. Over 240 Ibs. very uneven, mostly 25-50c lower, with some little change and a few as much as 75c lower. Sows 50-S1 lower; with some still unsold. Bulk good and choice 180-240 Ibs. 29 ; 25-30; equals | records all-time hig hpaici last De- ' cumber. Few 240 Ibs. as low as 29. 2-10-210 Ibs. 2f.50-29.50; 210-300 Ibs. 26-27.50; 315-450 Ibs. 22.75-25.75; 1GO-ITO Ibs. 28.50-29.25; 130-150 Ibs. 26-28; 100-120 Ibs. 23-25; sows 450 Ibs. down 22.25-23.25; over 450 Ibs. 20.50-22; stags 1G-10. Cattle 1,000; salable 000; calves 900, all salable. Light receipts comprised mostly of cows. Not enough, steers to warrant mention. Odd lots medium to good light weight mixed steers and heifers 28-33., cutter and common 19-23; cows rather slow and bids generally unevenly lower Jn cleanup trade. A few common CAH&ON _ Paramount News and Shorts Cent. Shouinf Sunday 1:15 til-lLiOt Ton! Creme Shampoo 1-OZ.TUM WOODS Drug Store 231 W. Main IS PART Of OUR SERVICE . . . and we mail tl «dil o tiol convenience lo oui cuilonwrl. Wl>«n you purcSaw >welfy htr. you are inviled lo mok« UM at otir charge account pri»i!egci. There'l no interest nor corrylnj chorcje. Simply moke your Mleclion, tell in lo "chorot it" ond lok» »p to a yeor to poy. Small Down Payment Delivers Your Choice! GUARD'S Jewelry Store DRUG SPECIALS Phenolatcd. 4 Oz. Size CALOMINE LOTION 25 Baby Brownie CAMERA We have plenty of film Sun Tan Lotion TARTAN 3 IG For Sunburn, BURTON E OINTMENT Beiuty Aids Roux HAIR TINTS AND DYES ail shades. Evening in Paris SUMMER SPECIAL! Ousting Powder and generous size Cologne. Both (or $1.35. Tax nor included Box Office Opens 6:30 Show Starts 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous' Shows Sat. & Sun, Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday No passes homired on Sunday al Rosy Theatrt Last Time Today (DOUBLE FEATURE) California 4 with Ray Mllland and Barbara Stanwyck Web of Danger with Adclc Mara and Bill Kennedy vi rcycy 300 size 2-0 IVLttlltA 200 Size 8 Inch Model ELECTRIC FANS 4 For the Home COOK KILL p jisr r Oclofen, Fungicide for ATHLETE'S FOOT 3 Money refunded if not satisfactory 50 I'cslmasfcr, 2.T; DDT SOLUTION 150 in Qfs. Vlastic Hey, Kids! ickey Mou rist Watcl $6.95 A UNIVESSAl RE-KlEASt Serial "nick Tracy Rclurns" No. !> and Short Continuous Showing Saturday 12:30—11:30 Sunday and Monday DOUBLE FEATURE Mickey Mouse Wrist Watches PICNIC SET PiS, Fortune's Ice Cream Special "Fresh Peach" Woods Drug Store 221 West Main We Deliver Phone 507 I Fox Newi iCont Showing Sunday 1:3* to U:N

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