The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 2, 1947 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 2, 1947
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1947 L'hone -MG1 .Party 'Compliments ' Miss Shirley Barham George Miss smilh Ann and her ecn, were , Mrs. '. jaughU., . . hostesses l»st night »t their home 1 »'l(ii * party complimenting Miss . Shirley B»rh»m, whose marriage to ' t Rouse H»rp will be solemnised Dec. " .The home was attractively dec-' 1 orated with bronze and yellow chry- .'' janthemums and greenery. The dining table, from which rerreshinenls , were sen'ed buffet style, was cen- , lered with a low crystal bowl tilled twith pink roses, !• In the games played high score nnd *.-bunco prizes were won by Mrs. Calvin Holllngworth, and second high by Mrs. William M. Banister. * The juest-ot-honor was presentee -'•with a gilt of china, by the hoslesse ' v and a corsage of rose gladioli. : 'She chose for the occasion a black and while ensemble with , sliver belt. I Special guests for the parly wcr t Mrs. George W. Barham, grand ' mother of the brlde-clcct. and Mr | H. L. Harp, mother of the bride I groom-elect. Program Meeting Held At First Baptist Church The Womans Missionary Unio ! or First Baptist Church met ycslcr I day at the church for a season o 1 prayer lor foreign mission program. \ The meeting opened at 11 a.m. I with Mrs. Charles Penn as leader of < the morning program, assisted by { Mrs E E. Stevens, Mrs. Jim Cra.'{ ton and Mrs. E. C. Brown with M/s. I W. M. Williams and Mrs. E. B, \ Woodson'leading in prayers. Mrs Penn and Mrs. Ebb Carson I gave ihc'devotional. A covered dish ' luncheon : >was served i" the recrea- I tlonal rooms of the church before continuing with the'afternoon session. I Mrs. H. H. Brooks was in charge t of the afternoon program which ' Mrs. M. C. Outlaw oirencd To Present Concert Bits of News The daughter born to Mr. and Mrs H. C, Walls Tuesday Nov. 25, has been named Evamla Lee. The Walls have one other child. Stevlc. Condition of Carlcton Smith, whi; s now at home after having been a patient at Memphis Baptist- Hos- iltal for the past four weeks, Is sat- sfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Smith Brackln had as their guests OV tr the holidays and weekend, their daughter, Mrs. R. L. Topper, Mr. Topper and hl.s mother, Mrs. F. M. Hamlelt, all of Memphis, and their son, the Rev. Bernard Drackln, who Is a student at Lee College, Cleveland, Tenn. Mrs. Frank Levy of Houston, Texas, arrived today from New Orleans, La., where she has been visiting relatives, to spend several weeks here as guest of her sister, Mrs. Cornelius Modlnger and family. She was* accompanied from New Orleans by her mother, Mrs. Joseph Hodgson, who has spent the pasc several months a-s guest ol her daughters there. They were met Jn Memphis today by Mrs. Modinger and her so]), Hodgson Modingcr, Arkansas State College Thursday night under auspices, *»> «»" Mr* Paul Mahon spent program In |' Members ot the Columbia Concert Trio will present Joncsboro at of the Joucsboro Concert Association. Members of Ihe trio, snown above, left to right, are: Arlann Bronn, violinist; Richard Gregor, pianist, and Ardyth Walker, violinist. The program will be presented in Wilson Hall at the college starling at 8 p. in. Sum | n y Delta Delta Delta Meets !Methodist Women Meet At Hermon Carlton Home!For Business, Program With '"This was followed uy a special I prayer served for Baptist work Hi' foreign fields. The following led In prayers, Mrs. / Lloyd Stlckmon, ••China"- Mrs.' Stevens, "Japan"; Mrs. Williams,' "Spain"; Mrs. Torei Jackson, 'Italy"; Mrs. R. L. Mathews, 'Hungary 1 .'; Mrs. Woodsor., "Paraguay"; Mrs. -R. E. Blaylock, "Uruguay"; Mrs. Carson, "Argentina"; Mrs. Ted King, "Brazil' 1 ; Mrs. C. S. Lemons, "Chile"; Mrs. E, P. Hardin, "Columbia"; Mrs. Brown. ••Pacific Islands". Mrs. C. M. Smart presented s special musical arrangement of "Holy Night", and Mrs. D. B. Blcd- spe gave the closing prayer. Mrs. Hcimon Carlton entertained the Delta Delta Delta alumni, Inst night at her home with a bridge party and a brief -business meeting. Mrs. Charles Blttner was co- hostess. During the business meeting, plans were made for the annual Christmas basket that is prepared each year nt this time [or some needy family. When bridge was played Mrs. W. A. Afflick won high anfl Mrs. J. P. McCalla won cut prize. Entertaining rooms of the home were decorated with bouquets P.f Fall flowers. * ! , The hostesses served refreshments' to the 12 members present: Kcnnctt, Scnalh anil Miss WhilwortK Elected President of Guild Miss .Eulopia Wh'tUvofth was reelected president of '-he Wcslcya'.i Service Guild ol the First Metho- dlsf Church, at the spaghetti sup- The Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Lake Street Methodist, Church met yesterday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. at the church. Mrs. George Sttlwell presided over the business meeting at wlilch various officers gave their reports. Mrs. W. L. Green gave the devotional on Hie subject or "Love of Our Fellow Man", and Mrs. H. H. Blcvins conducted the program on the subject of "We the People ot the United Nations". Others participating on the program were Mrs. Iverson Morris, Mrs, George Slionks, Mrs. Don Lute and Mrs, G. T^Snamlin. >5Prayci-K were given by Mrs. Blc- vins and Mrs. Morris. Miss Rogers Entertains G. E. 0. Club, Guests Mtss June Gosncll and Mrs. T. H. Caraway were guests last night when Miss Ila Rogers entertained the G E. O. Club at the home of Mrs. per nnd business meeting that was . H j nr y Humphreys nt 819 West Main,* Inch .vflnlll ol. rt'ln 11111. ftt thC I „. Miss Ferryman Is Wed To Charles Fulton Ellis Mr. and Mrs. j. I.. Pcrryman of Brazil, Ind., today announce tin; marriage of their daughter, Miss Frances Perrymuu, to Charles Fulton Ellis, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Ellis of Blytlibville. The ceremony was solemnized Saturday night,-- B- o'clock, by the Rev. E. C. Browji, pastor of : the First Baptist Church, at. his home. The bride wore a.beige wool su'.l with brown accessories and she pinned a corsage of white" gardenias at her shoulder. i Mrs. Frank Ellis, sister-in-law o! I the bridegroom, served as matron | or honor. She wore a bliie wool suit I with navy accessories and a cor- 1 sage of p'mk carnations. } Frank. Hlli's'crved hU brother as t beat man. x - , \ Mrs. Ellis was graduated from ! Brazil High School - and attended I the University of Indiana; Valparai- Mr. Ellis graduated from Blythe- i held last, night a,t 6:30 p.m. at the church-: r 1 Other officers elected to serve with her arc -Mrs. Fred Stcadman. vice-president; Mrs. O. K. "Gjuell- msilz. secretary; Mrs. Jatk Bishop, treasurer and Miss -Minnie Adams, corresponding secretary. Mrs. stcndmnn gave the devotional on) "The Other Wise Man", and Miss Mary Ellen 11HI Kin'e the program on the subject of "Christmas" Gifts were exchanged after the business meeting. st. When bridge was played. Miss Gosncll won high and Miss Dorothy i I jean^Hlgsjinson woti brldgo. > f •'•».. Entertaining' rooms of the Humphrey's home were decorated with flowers in vivid shades. The hostess served a dessert course Auxiliary Meets at Home Of Mrs. Charles f. Halt Baptist Young Women Meet' With Mrs. Baugh Mrs. Russell Haugh was hostess OSCEOLA, Ark.. Dec. 2—The Auxiliary of Calvary Episcopal Church met yesterday Inline home of Mrs. Charles F. Hall: | Mrs. C. V. Horn conducted (he study course on the "liifelof Jesus." Mrs. Hurry Miller Sr., gave the tlc- vdtlonal and Mrs.' J. Hf Lovewell conducted the business fn the ab- Arbyrd, Mo., where they visited re- ] latfvcs including Mr. and Mrs.] Wright, Lantion. Mr. anil Mrs. II. j J_ Hardin and Mr- and Mrs. Uadlcy B'olton anil family. Mrs. J. W. Adams. Grand Representative to Quebec, Canada, and C. W. Alfoid, Deputy Grand Lecturer of 15th District, left Saturday to attend a meeting of Grand Chapter of the Eastern Star at Little Rock. Gerald Cassidy, Perry Lee Adkls- son and Grady Sims of Huffman, returned to the University of Arkansas, Faycttevllle. Sunday where they rue students. They spent Thanksgiving lolidays at Huffman with their i)a rents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Dodd have returned 'to Jonesboro, where Mr. Dodd Is a student at Arkansas State College, after spending the Thanksgiving holidays here with Mrs. Dodd's parents, Mr. and Mrs W. O. Reeves. Miss Betty Black and Miss Julia Ann Woodson, both students a Randolph Macon College, Lynch burg, Va., attended the Army-Navy football game held Saturday Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Bennett, formerly of Blytheville, but who have been living In St. Louis for the past several years, have returned here to make their home at 1103 West Hearn. Mr. Bennett is manager or Sinclair Oil Co. Mr and Mrs. R. C. Allen relurn- cil last night rrom SL Louis where they spent .several days on business. ' P. H. Cutler Is spending the week In Jackson, Miss., as guest or his brother. -H.: H.4 Cutler, Mrs. Cutler and'"family Mrs. Louise Yarbro has returned from Caraway, Ark., where she spent the 'Thanksgiving holidays with her daughter, Mrs. L F. May »nd Mr. May. Mr. and Mrs J. C. Uioke and children have returned from Starkville, Miss,, where they spent the weekend am! attended the Ole- Miss .- Mississippi State football game. Condition of Ronnie Williams, son or Mr. atlrt'MrS- J. B. Williams, who underwent n\tonsillectomy at Coming Events Social Calendar Tuesday Business Women's Circle Nu. 7 of First Baptist Church meeting with Dr. Edna Mies at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Rupert Crafton and Mrs. Albert Taylor honoring Mlas Shirley Barham, bride-elect, and her fiance, Rouse Harp, with a buJ- Jet supper. Wed next*; Mr. and Mrs. James c. Guard and Mr. and Mrs. J. Mell Broolu entertaining with a party honoring Miss Shirley Barham and her 11: nee, Rouse Harp. Wednesday Bridge Club—Mrs. W. J. Pollard. Town and Country—Mrs. R. C. Rose. Mrs. B. F. Kiger and Mrs. W. R, Campbell entertaining with morning party honoring Mtsa Shirley Barham, bride-elect. Thursday Jayceettes meeting at the Club Room at 8 p.m. Mld-Week Club — Mrs. B. Lynch Thursday Luncheon Club—Mrs. J A. Leech. G. N. B. Club—Mrs. John Tyrone jolly Eight Club — Mrs. N. H Blakcmore Thursday Contract Club—Mrs, O G. Caudill. Thursday Night .Bridge Club- Mrs, Farrls Mi-Calla. I'riday Dorcas Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church will have luncheon at the church at 12 noon, Mrs. L. E. Old and Mrs. Chester Caldwcll entertaining members of haptcr N. P.' B. O. Sisterhood, at the Caldwcll home for a luncheon. B. c. Club — Mrs. Alvln Hardy Satin r Cushion 'Alpha Delta Chapter of • Beta Sigma Phi meeting at 2:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs.' Gen e Atkinson with Mrs. P. E. Utley as hostess. Civic Calendar Tuesday American Legion—3:00 p.m. American Legion Auxiliary—8:00 p.m. Wednesday Khvanis Club—12:10 p.m. Thursday Rotary Club—12:10 p.m. Marriage License* The following couples obtained marriage licenses over the week-end In the oflce of Miss Elizabeth Blythe, county clerk. Earl R. Pcarce of Blytheville and Miss Virginia Moralh of St. Louis, Mo. J. T. McGuirt nnd Miss Anna Fayc Yaibrough, both of Burdelte. Eugene Small and Miss Lola Lloyd, both of Manila. Olhcl M. Harton and Miss Leila Hollinsced, both of Lcachville. William H, Tlardin of Bell and Miss Anna Ruth Thompson o( Ma- iiila. • I FRAZIER Bus Lines New Location 105 North Lake Street PHONE 2391 Buses to— • AHMOREL • HUFFMAN • PROMISED LAND • NO. 9 • STATB LINE CHARTER BUSES I Cat Shop in Connection [From a hungry alloy cat to a first-prize winner on a satin cushion lin two days is the success story of "Mr. Silver," shown above with h his blue ribbons. A hostess in the Hamilton Hotel in St. Louis, •Mo., lound him strollinB into the hotel lobby just two days hefore 'the city's cat show started. So she fed, groomed and entered the cat-In competition with fancy breeds. Result: "Mr. Silver" walked off with best color class award for kittens and a first for participation in the non-championship class. You can't express love in words alone... We the Women HI' RUTH MHJ-KT1 NBA Staff Writer "Jim's going to a meeting to-, night." a young wife explained, "so I'm trying to round up a table ot bridge. I have to have to sit at home alone for a whole evening." There's a girl who is destined to be an unhappy wife. If she docs- I n't change a lot in 1 the years to come. The woman who "hates to be alone" usually makes a poor wiie Bnlh Mlllett and mother. , To begin with, she is usually rc- sentlul when business demands or Independent outside Interests take her husband away from her, even for an occasional evening. And, having no resources within herself, she is. completely dependent on other people for her happiness. Children may fill her life for a few years. But, if she finds in them the answer to her loneliness, she is in i ror an unhappy time when they j grow up and leave her. I Dr. i MUST BE SELF-RELIANT Cray's Clinic in^ Memphis Saturday, is stllsfnclory. He nnd his mother arc remaining In Memphis of the president; Mis. W. E.! with "-her mother. Mrs; M. Vlnson, Hunt. ! for several days, but Mr: Williams has returned home. B. B. Wilson and family, ville' High School and attended i . _. . ,. Draughan's Business College, Mem- I BuSlllCSS Circle WlCCtS i Draugnan's Business i,ou<:s<:, « 1C i"i phis. He served 17 months with the ! Army. The couple will make their home I here where Mr. Ellis is connected j with his father in business. i . •' - t • I I Mrs. Gray Has Charge i Of Meeting At Church Baptist Church at her home. The devotional was given by Miss I — ;— Bcrnlce Overman and,the annual Weekly Meeting Held Lottie Moon offering wns given. 1 . Ui e . t l. r .j; e t rh,,rrh Those taking part on tho program \At Methodist Church were Miss June Buchanan, Miss | OSCEOLA, Dec. 2—The Woman s Cllffle Overman Miss Billle Jean i Society of Christian Service of First and Methodist Church held Its weekly meeting at the church yesterday to afternoon with 25 members attending. The president. Mrs. Roland Boothe*. conducted the business session and Mrs. F. O. Gwyn gave the program. Mrs. E. H. Burns and Mrs. So the young wife who can't face an evening alone should take careful stock of her own resources. It she can't learn to be happy alone she will never learn how to be happy at all. Mrs B B Wilson nnrt tamny, | If the young wile will look at the had 'as their' guests Sunday. Mrs. unhappy middle-aged women she V L. Lassitcr and daughter, rat I Knows, she will sec that ( the trouble of Joncsboro, and Sidney Relger | w ilh most of them is that they nev- of Memphis. er learned to rely on themselves for Turk. Miss Marion Maycs Miss Mnxlnc Overman. ; A dessert course was served Ihe 11 members present. 1 Mrs. C. M. Gray was in charge ol j the meeting yesterday when the ex' ecutlve Board of the Womens Auxl- ! -Hilary of First Presbyterian Church j met. at the church. 1 During the business meeting plans 1 were difcussed^for the Christmas \ program which will be under the I direction or Mrs. ;F. W. Whitncr. j It was also decided to raise an I emergency fund Yorithe Vcra Lloyd i Home for Children at--Monticello, \ and a report was given concerning the boxes of clothlns given to the At W. J. Rodger^ Home Mrs. W. J. Rodgcrs was hostess last night nt her home to member.-, ol BusWss Women's Circle Eight, of the First Baptist Church aurl four guests. The devotional was given by Mrs. I H. H. Brcoks and prayers were offered by Mrs. Enii McGregor, Mrs. Brooks and Mrs. Bobby Pricsl. Theme for the program last night was "Christinas". Those taking par; on it were, Mrs. Wan R. VanPatten. Evans. Mrs. McGregor, Mis. Priest, Mrs. B. W. Wootcn and Mrs. Vesta Rowcn. Three Ruesl.-i participating on the program were Mrs. Ebb Carson, Miss Adeline Loe nnd Mrs. Brooks. The hostess served refreshments. Boothe were among those who took part. "Week of Prayer" Held At The Hospitals nlylhevlllc HOST'!"' Dismissed: Dorothy .lean Kirk. city. Mrs. Vernon Thompson and baby, city. Dave Kelley. Armorcl. Mrs. Elvln Johnson nnd baby, city. Wall! HnMilUl 1 Dismissed: ' Mrs. Raymond Volner and baby. Goblcr, Mo. Dean Sutton, Tyler, Mo. Clttton Ray Vcach, Manila, Ark. Mrs. J. T. Clouse and baby. city. Baptist Hospital. Memphis Births: Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lc.stcr their enjoyment of life. Meetings There will be a meeting of tho Rainbow girls tonight at 1:30 at the Masonic Hall. ' | In Osceo/a Church OSCEOLA, Dec. 2—Thc Womans Missionary Union of First Baptist Church met yesterday afternoon at the church for the first meeting of the "Week of Prayer" being observed here (his week. Mrs. Jessie Driver, vice president, was in charge of the business scs- | Bcacham. cily, a son. .Ion, and Mrs. A. E. Thornc cnn- lucted the study course rn "Foreign Missions." Others who took part, wore Irs. Scarcy Mcars, Mrs. B. E. Moore inrt Mrs. V. G. Mann. Mrs. J. J. Roberts will be in charge of the program Tuesday, nnd Mrs, Russell J. Clubb on Wednesday. Red Book Grows NEW YORK (UP)—The Nc» York Telephone Co. has distributed a new Manhattan "Red Book," lar gcsl classified directory ever pub lishcd In the Untied States. Th book has 1.B56 pages nnd weigh five pounds. It Includes 250,500 list Ings. About 590.000 copies were ciis Irlbutcd. Read Courier News Want Ads. S ERENADE HER to the stars . . . give her this "love song" in diamonds. Sparkling, huge-size gem, with smaller side scones. Choice of $')"7C Terms mountings 4. I J Pat O'Bryant JEWELER Coming to the GEM THEATRE Blytheville, Ark. Saturday anil Sunday Six Gun Serenade * witli Jimmy Wakelr Cont'd Shows Sat. 12:30 to 11:30 Cont. Showing Sunday 1:30-11:00 Admission Adults 25c, Tax Incl. No passes honored on Sunday at Continuous Slums Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Nisht Except Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN Main at Second Phone 3261 12:45 p.m. the Roxy 4:30 : Tuesday f T/K Wty Skt Tratf Mtn_ a t Crimt! ~ un FOR A MAN'S CHRISTMAS Also Short Subjects Continuous Showing Ererjr Day Wednesday & Thursday Friday COLBERT MacMURRAY "Tlie EGG and/ MMN unit Miwrr CHISIK smim •«' nm > A iruvuisAi-iHTumiiOKM ?icrutt t Child Welfare office here.-" I ..... I • > Business Meeting Held j By Methodist W.S.C.S. i First Methodist'Women's Society 1 or Christian Service met yesterday j afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the I church for a business meeting. Election ol officers which was slated to take place yesterday has been postponed until a later date. Mrs. L. E. Baker gave the devotional Mrs. Williams Hostess To Church Auxiliary Mrs. J. M. Williams was hostesj last night at her home to members of the St. Stephens Auxiliary at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. J. D. McDowell was in charge of the business session p.t which plans were made tor the annual Christmas party to be held soon. The home was attractively decorated -with pink carnations and Fall flowers. The hostess served refreshments. RE4SOHABIE PRICES...GVARAN7EED SERVICE' WATCH REPAIRIN ^(PROMPT SERVICE ""' DREIFUS >anta Says: Shopping Only |0 Days until Christmas Credit is Frit at Fitzpatrick's JEWELRY STORES It lake* only 3 Minutes to Open a Cliharc« Account The Ideal Xmas Gift * For Young * For Old * For Everyone THEATER TICKET BOOKS $2.50 To Attend , Ritz, Gem and Roxy Theatres On Sale ROXY THEATRE OFFICE 9:00 a.m. 'HI 5:00 p.m. .... Toiletries in the Dunhill Irodilion, subtly f -c- granced, superbly packaged, supremely correct. In Spiral bottles, or Personalized with Ws init : als. After Shave Lorion*,. . . 4 c*. i2;00, 8 oz. $3 5v" Cclogn=* . . . 4 01. $3.00/3 oz. 45.00 Slmvmg Bowl, $2.00 . . . lotlw Shove, 41.00 BruiMe« Shove, J 1.00 ... TaJc,* 41.50 In »mor! gm'.«l» from $3.50 to $7-50' THE GIFT SHOP 103 East Main Street r.inimuimt News nun snort* Continuous Showing 1:15 p.m. Box Office Opens 6:30; Show Starts «:45 Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE "ROSEMABY De"CAiM> BRUCE BENNETT • MONA FRE£M<fi* IOHN RIDGELY • Circcted by ROBERT FL9REY Scr«« FlaYbv MtU Cc^^^d*' e."d Gtc>io">» < by fl l br F*Y! |: » tin scnen— ' \ f Idol comk pag* cirfvp |

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