The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 12, 1948 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 12, 1948
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NLTTS MONDAY, JULY 12, 1948 Phone 4461 Parties, Showers Honor ; Mis* Mary Adah Robinson HIM Ifuy Ad»h Robinson, whose Shower Party Is Given Honoring Mis. Stacy Mrs. Alien Mtcjr of Crenihaw, •niaiement to Oben Bryan Miley Miss., formerly of Blythevilie, was recently was announced by her fa- - 1 *•'•<"' '-^' - 1 — "•- ther, Dr. yinley A. Robinson, is being complimented with a number ol Interesting event* prior to her mar- riagt in laU summer. Several par- tie* already have been given !or Miss Robinson and her fiance, and plant ior a number of other* arc uow ;belflB made. Mr«. Coleman Stevens ajid MM. Ben'M. White will entertain with a dessert bridge Wednesday and Mr*. Frank Edrlnglon of Osceola will be • hoste.w Friday with a luncheon. Twelve guests attended the steak iuppe; given at the home of Mrs. Roy Nelson In the first of a series of parlies. Miss Robbison was presented a place setting in her jilver pattern and also a corrags of yellow rosebuds by the hostess, She wore for the occasion and grey chambray dress with yellow acccs- •ories. Mrs. Dale S. Brlgss entertained honored Saturday night when Mi*. Rouse Harp and Miss Ira Stay complimented her with a shower party at Mrs. Harp'* home en Chickasawba Avenue. A pink, blue and white Bits of News Trick Tying Turns Scarf into Bra scheme was carried out in »11 the decorations with bouquets of pastel /lowers being arranged throughout (he home to complete the decoration*. The guest of honor's chair WES marked with a large pink »nd white bow and when games were played. the price was won by Miss Rulh Seay. The hostcs.scs assisted by Mrs. C. A. Tant and Mrs. Gilbert Hammock served a dessert course md Iced drinks to the 12 guests altendlp.s and each guest wa« presented 3 iavor of miniature pins tied with » white bow. Mr. and Mrs. Harry color htve returned from a t W. two »» Halnei weelts with breakfast and linen shower in the Colonial Room of Hotel Noble Thursday morning. Twelve guests attended. An orchid and whit* color scheme was carried out In the decorations. The Ublo was centered with an arrangement ?f orchid and white swcetpeas with vases of white gladioli being placed throughout the room. Adding to the decorations on the table were IhJ placecards of miniature bridesmaids dolls. Miss Robinson chose for this affair, a changeable silk purple chambrsy with a deep purple or• chid. The complete bridal motif was carried out in the decorations of the morning party and miscellaneous shower given By Mrs. W. R. Campbell Friday with 30 guests present. The stairway was entwined with. Ivy arsd white satin bows. The diu- • ing table.,draped with a lace cloth, ' was centered with a profusion of 1 daisies, sreetpeas in pastel shades and pansles. The assorted party food* added to the attractiveness . of the setting. Dora Bernlce Wiley. ' dressed in a blue net formal and Eva Lee Graves, niece of the hostess, dressed in pink carried bis- ktfc* of flowers and the gifts tor the honoree as they descended the stairway. Each guest present wns , presented a corsage o! tiny yellow ' -mums. The bride-elect wore a pink chambray dress trimmed In white eyelet with pink and white acces series. She was also presented a piece in her china pattern by the •, hostess, Mrs. G. S. Barnes and daughter, Mrs. Otto Scrape entertained with ;, live tables of bridge and a crystal shower Friday night. Arranged " throughout the home were vases of ( white gladioli, pink talisman and rambling sweetpea's.^Displayed on the diutns table* : were her gifcs. Pink and white mints, iced drinks and other assorted party loods were served by the hostess. Miss Robln- • son wore for lhi« party a black silk chambray with black accessories. She pinned a corsage of .yellow orchids at her shoulder. Farewell Party Is Given ; By Mr., Mrs. Bill Godwin Mr., Mrs. Purtle Honored At Weiner Roast, Picnic Mrs. W. U. Hammond and Mrs Lowell Bnrnhaiu were hoste.ves Frt- dny night when they entertained with a weiner roast honoring Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Purtle Jr.. who with their children. Jo Ellen and Johnnie moved Saturday to Helena to make their home where Mr. Purtle vacation In Grand Island and Lin coin, Nebr. J. P. Friend and son, R. A. Friend,; P. D. roster Sr., and son, P. D. Foster Jr., were In Greenwood, Miss., over the weekend where they attended the All-star Baseball games, Mr. and Mrs, Burks Barker have returned home from Jonesboro where they attended a family reunion yesterday of the Evans family at the home of Mrs. M. N. Summers. Approximately 100 members of the family attended. The reunion was Riven especially for John Evaus and lamily of Boston, Mass., who were visltlnff relatives in Jonesboro. Dr. and Mrs. Milton Webb and Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Webb had as their weekend (rues;?, Major E. L. Webb and Lieut. Ben Clayton of San Antonio, Tex. Captain and Mrs. W. N. Norton of Wheeler Field, Honolulu, are the, parents of a daughter bDrn yesterday. Their second child, she has been named Eleanor Ann. Mrs. Norton U the former Mi*s Marjorle ' DETTER 1 h a H - *-^ a magician's scarf trick ic one that you can wear as a now bra lop ior old play clothes. Model, left, shows ho w a square scaif can be draped over a strapless, wircd-cup bra. Scarf was di- ngonally folded to tic in a buck knot. In front, one point was pulled clown and the other w n s pulled vi p aiwl lied together belwoen bra clips. Tying galli- crcii scarf fabric i n t o fluttering drape ry. For better coverage, sc.irf WKS tucked in ni'ound wired outlines of bra. —AUCI.A HART Ross Stevens. Cadet Jack Appleton Chamblin of will be employed at the Helena '• BVytheville will be awarded a com- Comprcss and Warehouse Company, mission as second lieutenant In the • - • - - ii the cortclu- CONVENTION (Continued from rage 1) vice - presidential nomination a wide-open affair, but that if lie were hcttins he would give slight odds on Barkley. Barkley to Be Keynoter HP said that Barkley, O'Mahonev .„,. „ ....,- .,„.... or 9 OV - Preston Lane of Maryland Stevens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. | cach .would make a •'line race for back inlo the fold. Coming Events Social Calendar Plumb Lucky Th« Women's Missionary Union of th« First Baptist Church will meet in circle »roup«. circle One, Mri. 0. L. Me Waters, Circle Two, Mrs. Harry Fritiuls, Circle Three, Mrs. Russell Marr, Circle Pour, Mrs, t. B. Woodson, Circle, Five, Mrs. R. A. Copeland and Circle Six. Mrs. J. j. Cooks ton. The Women's Society of Chris- lian Service of the First Methodist I Church will meet at the church for i a combined business and program meeting; at 3:00 p.m. Mrs, Joe M. Ferguson will serve as chairman •nd Mrs. Hugh Whltsitt, Mrs. A o. Hudson, Mrs. A, H. Boyd, Mrs. J. O. Sudbury, Mrs. Ralph Berryman, Mrs. Henry Humphreys, Mrs W. H. Mlnyard, Mri. H. B. Oakes, Mrs. J. L. Qunn, Mrs. Charles Alford, Mrs. U. S. Branson, Mn. James C. Guard and Mrs. E. L. Jones will serve as hostesses. Miss June Stlres will be hostess to the Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist church when the group meets at the home ot Mrs. C. B. Johnson at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday Trl-Town Bridge Club members If aucli a man could not be had JJ?'" B e " tert <>l»ed at the home of Approximately 30 guests, who were members of the Yarbro Sunday School Class of which Mr. and Mrs. Purtle also were members, attended the affair which was held on :he back lawn of Mrs. Hammond's lome on West Chtckasawba Street. During the evening various par- ly games and contests were played and a gift was presented to the guests of honor, Mr. and Mrs. Purtle and children were honored Thursday night when his mother. Mrs J. W. Purtle Sr. entertained with a picnic supper at her home on 1101 Hearn. Members of the family and close Iriends were guests. Mrs. Purtle was assisted in serving by her daughter, Miss DeUa Purtle. Informal Party Given By Jimmy Lancashire Jimmy Lsncishir: v.'ii host al his I home Friday night with an Infonn- | al party honoring his gitcsls. Miss • Sarah and Helen Wilson of Well\ Uigton, Ohio and also Mrs. II. B. ' Wilson and Leila Wilson of Wellington, and Mrs. E. B.-Tusslng of Columbus, Ohio. • Approximately 25 teen-agers attended the affair which was held at 8 o'clock. The guests played various party | games and also danced through-1 out the evening. | Bouquets of pastel colored gladioli were arranged throughout the home. Assorted parly foods with Iced drinks were served. ' Air Force R^5 , sion of the Tenth Air Force ROTO i Camp at Kelly AFB, San Antonio, ' Tex. 3uly 17, H announced today by 1 Lieutenant Colonel David W. Wali lac«. commanding officer. Cadet Chamblin is a student at the University of Arkansas. ; Mr. and Mr.s. Larry Kncas avid , daughter, Jmiet, will leave tomorrow for Washington. D. C.. to visit ; with Mi. Kneas' mother, Mrs. Lll- i lian E. Kneas and family. | Misses Evelyn Tomltnson, Betty Nell Tomlinson. Madge Vastbinder, Betty Lou Atkins, Ramona England and Frances Long left last night on \ a motor (.rip to points of Interest tn ' Texas, Old Mexico, New Mexico and New Orleans. La., for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Warren L. Moxley are the parents of a son born July 8. at the Memphis Methodist Hospital. They have two other children. Mr. and Mrs. James J. Hughes arrived by plane from Boston, Mass., to visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Trayior. They plan to relum home July 25. the vice-presidency." Arvey said tiie only objection he saw to Barkley was his age. Barkley appeared on the convention j'loor as delegates sweltered through the opening session devoted to welcoming speeches and par- | ty oratory. The Kentucky cielesa- i tion applauded him. but all he ' would say was "no comment." | Tonight he will set more applause ; —when he makes the convention's keynote speech setting the tone of , the 1948 campaign. Redding got his information of I Douglas' decision from friends of • however, presumably many of the leaders Mould welcome a man like :i Barkley who could be expected to draw bis support In the South. Delegates Uo Through Routine Meanwhile at Convention hall, delegates went through the perfunctory business of opening their convention with a first session devoted mainly to speeehmaklng. McOrnth delivered a rallying address toliln? the delegates that their part-y is best qualified by experience to avert Worltl War III and achieve prosperity at home. He denounced the Rcpubllcan- ?ontrollecl Congress as a sample ol what to raped from the OOP. He said it "will be remembered more for the ruin it has tried to m?ke than for any creative action of its own." He called It's record one "of .stultification, reaction and retrogression," Sen. Frnaci." J. Meyers, Pennsylvania. And Mayor David L. Lawrence Pittsburgh, also gave the Re- Mrs, Garrard Caudill. Civic Calendar Monday Junior Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors—7 :SO p.m. Tuetday Lion's Club, Hotel Noble—12:16 p.m. American Legion—8:00 p.m. City Council—8:00 p.m. Mr.'"-i?u™n. Democratic Nation- \ ^^"Sf'/'ffi *£%? al Chairman j. Howard iind some party leaders McGrath from bl<.j on the theory that he would im- pealing to northern New Deal'end labor elements. They figured a man with thai kind oi appeal was more important pull over Negro rights. A bitter North- South li?ht Is expected when It Hoc, is assured, but there will be. some token opposition. It is provided so Lu 1 by Sen. Claude Pepper cf Florida who cannot even expect support oi a majority of his own state delegation. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Ray Harrison, city. Glen Humphrey, city. Harrison Western, Dell. Mrs. James White, Steele. Mo. Mrs. Farrell McLcsler and baby, city; Wall* Hospital Dismiss ed: Mrs Otis Brown and twins, Dell. Mrs. G. H. I^ovins. Cooter, Mo. Barbara. Arm Eowler. Osceoln. C. C. Oliver, Bloomfield, Mo. Church School Director To Study in Dallas, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Godwin were host and hostess Friday night when they entertained with a farewell get-together dance and also a party honoring Coach J. B. Whitworth and Mrs. Whitworth of Athens, Ga., at the Air Base Skating Rink. Mr. and Mrs Godwin are leaving soon for Hershey, Pa., and Bos- j School ot Theology ot ton, Mass., where Mr. Godwin will Methodist University, play with the Boston Red Sox foot- Miss Adams was one of 25 direc- ball team until the middle of De- j tors of Christian Education who cember. Mr, Whitworth was his were awarded scholarships for spec- coach at the University of Georgia, ial training !rom July 13 to August Miss Mamie L. Adams, director of Christian Education In First Methodist Church, left Sunday afternoon for Dallas, Tex., where she will spend a month in the Perkins Southern Southern Democratic rebels j bla , ncre g om ^ ornthe | abor ^ittrl' I stili are balking at his nomination. Livestock Sherry Plumb, of Los Angeles, plays happily with her doll, unaware that she is the beneficfary of a surgical miracle. When her right index finger was cut off in an accident, she was rushed to the hospital where surgeons sewed the finger back on again, administered penicillin and packed her hand in ice for 48 hours. Doctors say her finger will be normal. Elliott Roosevelt Again Haled Into Traffic Court POUGHKBEPSIE, N. Y., July 12. (UP)— Elliott Roosevelt, son of the late President Franklin D. Rooae- vell, was ordered today t« appear in court next Saturday to face hli second speeding charge here In two years. Police said rtooscvclt was arrested Friday while driving M-miles-aii- hour through a 35-mile-an-hour zone. He was fined $15 for speeding hers in June, 1946, and the same month received a suspended sentence in Poughkeepsie for parking In a restricted zone. v will become a salfish, possessive wife snd mother. The girl who isn't very happy will turn in'.o a more unhappy woman. So any woman who isn't satis- lied with what she is right now had better start richt in improving herself. For it she doesn't do iinytluna about her personality, age won't . Ten times its own weight can change it. i; will jnst emphasize it. ' be carried by the modern bicycle. Jack Kroll. director ot the CIO Political Action Committee, said hL; powerful organization might "Jrwt sit on its hands" in this election campaign. ^Askcd if some CIO votes nilsht no'.lo.'Gov. Thomas'E. Dewey. the Republican nominee, Kroll said stranger things h«.ve happened. ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. , July 12 —(UP)— • (USDA)—Livestock: Hogs 9.500; salable 8,500; uneven: 180-240 Ibs strong to 25c higher' than Friday's average; lighter! weights strong to 50c higher; over ! 240 Ibs 25c-15c higher; sows ex-1 tremely uneven; steady to 50c higher. Bulk good and choice 180-240 Ibs 29.50-30; top 30.25; near high record for this market, 250-270 Ibs mostly 28.50-29.25; 270-300 Ibs 27-28.50; around 450 Ibs 23; 160-170 Ibs 28.50-1 29.50; 130-150 Ibs 26-28.50; largely' 28.50 down; 100-120 Ibs 12.25.50: '•sows 450 Ibs down 22.25-23.50; over 450 Ibs 20.22.25; stags 16.50-15. j Cattle 6,300; salable 6.000; calves 1,800; all salable; market fairly active and firm In steers from average good up with less action on common and medium offerings. One lot choice steers 38.75; new high; several loads good to low choice 3527.50; good and choice heifers and mixed yearlings 32.50-37.25; some held higher; medium kinds 23-32; cows only moderately active; opening sales steady; common and medium beef cows 19.50-23; canners and cutters 16-79. Watch Repair . . . by skilled mechanics who know the Intricacies of all movements is the service you'll find at Pat O'Bryyant'«. Reasonable prices, prompt service. Pat O'Bryant JEWELER Main & Second Not Meant For + Every Home Only for those fastidious women whose discreet taste demand* the finest, we proudly announce 'Crystal Chandeliers Imported from Czechoslovakia. The GIFT SHOP Moss Bryan 103 East Main Street Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTKN TO KI,CN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Last Time Today April Showers with Jack Carson and Ann Sothenl Paramount News and Shorts Continuous Showing Every Day Tuesday and Wednesday ; Paramount presents 13. The school will Include class work, study, observation, and labor- Athens. Approximately 200 guests attended the affair and the music for j ntory schools under Dr. L. F. Sensa- dancmg was furnished, by the | b;u ,gh, Mlsi Clarice Bowman, Mrs. Rhythm Kings from 10 till 2 : Evelyn Brooks. Mrs. Bob O. Clark, °' c ,L° ck - . ., i Mrs. C. W. Kent, and Miss Mnry The long table from which as-1 shlpp Sanders, sorted party [cons and iced drinks 1 j,, ndditlon to were served was centered with a 1 dummy dressed in Mr, Godwin's; All Star Suit with a water bucket. It to complete the setting. Mrs. Godwin was assisted in sewing by Mrs. E. M. Terry Jr.. dally class work opportunities will be given for observing the best elements of the Program of Christian Education whlch is bcl "B cardcti on '» (i « lhc tcnrti "8 Protestant churches servation of Dallas, including the Board of Ed Knth Mlllttt The woman who had recently it- 1 tended a 2olh reunion of her college graduating class was amazed at how little her clawmates hud changed in a quarter of a century. "Their looks had changed but net their personalities," she said. Trie girl who always had to be the center of attention was still pullin,; tricks to hold the center of the stage. 'The quiet, calm, collected girU were well-poised women. The grinds wcic still taking life seriously. And \ the flightier member; of the cl.iss i were still running around in cir- ^ ' Jerry Lloyd Celebrates . Birthday With Party Jerry Lloyd, son of Mrs. Bculah ' Britt Lloyd celebrated his eighth - birthday Sr.t'Jvdsy evening uiih a party held on the lawn of his home. : Approximately 17 of his young friends attended including two out- j of-town guests, Patricia Ann il:d . James Henry Young of Corpus Chris.ti, Tex. ! Games were played during the I | schools In which each director will | participate will be concerned with I children's work, the other, inter- I mediates and seniors. evening and prizes were won Jake Privett Jr., Wanda Webb and John Morath. Refreshments of birthday cream were served by Mrs. ssisted by Mrs. Joe Atkins and each young guest was presented a favor. Time Doesn't Change Uj "I decided during that reunion week.' 1 she said. "tha*. I was goui;; to try hardtr than ever to curb my uuu least dcs'rable traits. For I became convinced that unless we make a real effort to change for >'.ie better ihe qualities we had whin b v we were young become more anil --'-• moie emphasized as we grow older." She's right, of course. Time docs- cake ! n't change us. We have to change ourselves. If we leave it up to time the flighty girl will Just become a neurotic woman. The self-centered girl VICTROLA RADIO-PHONOGRAPH "The Crraiwood 71 coitics in fine nalntil. mm. hogany or modern bloaJe \enepri.Anf) what lone! The crystal clarity O f the "Golden Throil*'—finest lone n)»tcm In RCA Victor history. Slant!«rd radio, RCA Virlor FM and viilnnialic 12-rccortl phonopriph — aU in one (UjK-rhly beautiful unit —roll out at a touch- ''Sfteiil Sapphire 11 ]iirknp hin 'no needles to chanar. Crime tn fora ilcquontlration. h vitt?*t«"r.w.i*),as.P«!.o*. Adams Appliance Co v Inc. .). \V. ADAMS, Mgr. Complele Service Department In Connection 20(i-08 \Usl Main Phone 2071 — Aurwom/iD »c* VICTOK OIALIU . 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