The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 3, 1947 · Page 4
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BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1947 Phone '1461 S" SrideVlect, Fiance Honored With Supper Mrs. Rupert Cratton and Mrs. Ubert T»ylor entertained rive couples with a buffet supper list night it the Ttytor home, complimenting Miss Shirley Barham and her fl- ince, Rouse Harp. The .'• dining table from which the supper was served was draped Kith » white linen cloth centered wllh cry*Ut candelebra. . Chrrs»nthemums in vivid shades rere *rranted throughout the "A*gift was presented to the couple by the hostesses. All Day Meeting Held By Calvary W. M. U. Circles one and Two of the Woman's Missionary Union of the Cal vary Baptist Church gathered a the church Monday for an all da: meeting. F. H. A. Meets At Church For Program, Dinner Tlio Mississippi County Kcrtcra- lon of Future Homemakcrs of Ain- •rlca met yesterday for an all day meeting at the First Methodist Church, Blylhevllle. The Blythevllle Chapter was host group to 11 other chapter*. Representatives present from Wilson. Luxoia, Shawnce. Dell, Lenchville, Ketser, Joiner, Manila, Osceola and Dj'ess numbered 375 young people and 25 adult workers and visitors. The program presented by each group gave the fundamentals of F. H- A. work and the improvements Bitsof News Luncheon Meeting Had 3y Progressive Club OSCEOL.A, Dec. 3.—The Osccola Progressive Clul> met yesterday at loon wllh Mrs. Louis George as hostess, honoring the past presidents of the club, which was organized In 1916. Mrs. F. O. Gwyn, president, wns in charge of the .short business meeting. Mrs. Claude Lloyd and Mrs. Chirles r. Hale were In charge of the program on "Public Welfare." Also on the program was Mrs. Marvin Crlttcndcn of Blythcvillc. Mrs. Eugene Sliancyfclt was accepted as a new member and a board of trustees was approved and appointed for the proposed new building which will house the city and county libraries as well as the new club house. They are as follows: Mrs. Vernon Aston, president ot the Junior Progressive Club; Mrs. During the morning session Mis Agnes Boyd gave a talk on "Foreign Mission Board,'.' and lu Vastblnder gave the S' reading. "Followers of Jesu. pan", was the topic chosen ., Helen Gean and Mrs. Don Aycock ; that each chapter could do. Miss Ella Dean of Joncsboro, dls trlct supervisor of F. H. A., was present for the meeting. Luncheon wa.s«crv«l in the W- ,, rcs | r | Cnt of the Progressive c..l rooms of the church rt «xm. ^ an( , Ml , My ,. on Nnnllll ,, berries nnd Inanco committee was appointed with Mrs. H. S. Shlppen as chairman and Mrs. John W. Edi-lngUm also serving. Mrs. W. F. llrooinficld ol Little Hock, Mrs. A. C. Fields of Union City, Tcnii.. and Mrs. Critteilden The diiUn decorations greenery. t oc o, red St«e|Mrs. Webb Complimcnls rs I Daughter On Birthday p cgKy Webb, daughter of Mr. and Near East." Mrs Leon "Africa flt-ICIl «_!>-«.' •••-— I II B [ *V6hJ ..^U", — .-..o spoke on "Africa, Europe and the, Mrs E N W ebb. 304 N. Broadway, celebrated her ninth birthday Monday afternoon with n party at her home. During the afternoon the guests played games, and refreshments of " ' •, sandwiches and cook- r ed by the hostess, assisted by Mary Lou Turnage. Robertson spoke on ,nd "Near East Missions" was discussed by Mrs. Vcrnon Boyd. Mrs. Darrell Lunsford spoke on "Chir conclud ra Pruilt. , A pot-luck dinner was served during the noon hour. . ....... ----------- . . : paye games ina" and the morning service jj chocolBte , luded with prayer by Mrs. oar- ^ ^^ ^. Condition of Mm, Phillips Robin flon who underwent ah operation several weeks ago In Greenville, S. C. Is satisfactory. She was ac- compalncd home yesterday by hei mother, Mrs, Frances McCarthy, ol Greenville, who will remain for visit here with Mrs. Robinson and Mr. Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Burnett anc daughter, Jilllle Marie, had as their guests Saturday, Mrs. Bar- nctt's sister, Mrs. Tom McGarrity of Memphis, and her son W. D. McGarrity of Oklahoma City, Olcla. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Evrard and Mr. and Mrs. Erne.st noc have returned from Wilmington, Ohio, where they spent the Thanksgiving holidays with Lieut, and Mrs. John E. clouje, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Burch have returned to their home In \Vc- woka, Okln.. after spending several days here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Barnctt and daughter, Hlllio Mnrlc. Mrs. Edwin R. Strwnrt and son. Ronnie, oj Albany, Ga., nrc spending several \veek.s here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Hnlsell nnd family. They will he poined Christmas by Captain Stewart, who Is stationed at Turner Field at Albany. Mr. Coming Events Social Calendar Jnycefttp.i mcctliiB «t (he Club Room at 8 p.m. Mid-week Club — Mrs. B. A. Lynch Thursday Luncheon Club— Mrs. J. A. Leech. Q. N. B. Club— Mrs. John Tyrone. Jolly Eiglil Club — Mrs. N. H. Blokcmore Thursday Contract Club— Mrs. G. O. Catuitll. Thursday Nlsht Bridge Club- Mrs. Farris McCalla. I'rldaj Dorcas Sunday School Class of the First liaptlst Church will have luncheon at the church at 12 noon Mrs. L. E. Old and Mrs. Chester Caldwcl! entertaining members Chapter N. P. B. O. Sisterhood, at the Caldwell home for a luncheon. C B. c. Club — Mrs. Alvln Hardy 'Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi nice-tint; at 2:30 p.m. a the home with Mrs. oj Mrs. Gene Atkinson r. E. Ulley M hostcjs Civic Calendar Thursday Rotary Club—12:10 p.m. We the Women Meyers' Probe Witnesses from Bfythevllle were guests at the meeting. 11) Ruth Mllklt Nca Staff Writer Something Is seriously wrong with the upbringing and education of a and Mrs. Barnes Crook arc I girl when she goes into marriage and MM D. "C. McGhce discussed thc program last night when the ' ' ' """ Alpha Alpha Chapter ol Beta Sis- a . . . "Passing Onward In Mexico", Mrs. public of Rlo-dc-La Plata. ' and "The Rc.- Hoy Smith spoke on. "The "North Brazilian Missions . discussed by Mrs. H. J. Fondre.i. Mrs J- W. Tornlinson, spoke on "Attaining -Goals In Chile" and Mrs. Lunsford spoke on," Program In the Pacific". Mrs. Lunsford presided over the short business meeting: and Mrs. j *w Tomllnsoh dismissed the memb'eri with prayer. ma Phi Sorority met at the Club I Room. 1 Mrs. Frances GEunmill. Mrs. Fred Isicadman and Mrs. Harry Bradley vcre In charge of Ihe program. During Ihe brief business meet- ng plans for the Christmas Parly or Negro children were discussed. Also it was decided that the soror- ,ly would help sell Tuberculosis bangles Saturday when the drive opens. Mrs. Hale Is Hostess To Bridge Club Members OSCEOLA. Dec. 3. — The Flour Table Club met last night with a dinner at Cramers' Cafe. Following the dinner they were guest of Mrs. Charles F. Hale at her home on Hale Avenue for bridge, games. Guests other than members were Mrs A G. Brickcy. Mrs Bettyc Nell'o Starr, Mrs. John Allen, Mrs. H. L. Nallllng. Miss Adelc Hook, and Miss Blanche cleer. In the games played, Mrs. J. L. Ward was high score and Mrs. Brlckey, second. Mrs. J. A. Lovewell won cut prize. • The lionit was decorated with red berries, greenery and chrysanthemums in low bowls. spending today in Memphis. i expecting nil the privileges and re- Condition of TJtho Barnes, who wards of marriage, and yet !s re- was removed to the Blythevillc Hos- sciitlul of havlni; ________ pltal Monday, is unchanged. He re- to hold clown the ccntly underwent an operation In job of a housc- a Memphis hospital. | vile. James L, Hart has returned to Los Angeles, Calif., after visiting his parents here. He was accompanied home by his sister, Miss Nancy Hart, who will remain there for Indefinite length of time. Mr. and Mrs., Robert Falge of Prisoner Grabs Plane, Takes Off Minus Training SPRINGFIELD, Mo., Dec. 3. (UP) — A two-place Acronca. alrplans was stolen from an airport hero this morning 1 and state police expressed belief It had been taken by 24-year-old Charles Mclntosh, one of five convicts who cscaiwd from 11 mental hospital here. Prison hospital authorities said Mclntosh, serving six years on V violation of the Dyer Act, stole an airplane in lidlana In 1948 while AWOL from the Army. They said that although he had no known previous flight training he successfully flew the plane and eventually abandoned It in a farmer's pasture. "The five convicts were belns sought by police of four states after three of them last night terrorized a farm family and headed toward Arkansas with two of tho escapees dressed In women's clothing. The plane taken today belonged to Walter Looney, an apartment house manager. It carried the license number NC-85858. , Anderson, Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilson of Wellington. Ohio., are the guests' of Mr. and Mrs E. R, Lancashire for several day's. Mrs, Wilson sister is Mrs. Lancashire's Ru »> Mrs. Brooks Entertains Cl4b Members, Gues\s . lirs. James i..prdol(5 wa^ hostess own Bridge' «fc and Mrs Furrts McCalla, Mrs. .Virginia Smith, Mrs. William Young, Mrs. Ben Hall" and Mrs. Sanford.Boone. Tn the games played during the /»!t«rnoon, Mrs. Smith won high score Mid Mrs. McCalla, won second high. ' The hostess served refreshments ot date lo»f ond coffee. The home was decorated with attractive irangemcnls of 'Winter flowers. ' • » • Mrs." Old Entertains Tuesday Bridge Club Gean Atkinson Honored With Birthday Party .Little Gean Brook Atkinson was three years old yesterday i and to j cclebra'te the 'occasion his mother, Mrs Gean Aklnson Invited an ot his young friends to the Mirrovv Room ol the Hotel Noble for a party. The room was decorated in blue and white and each of the guests was given a favor. Several out-of-town guests attended the party, Including Nancy McKinnon' and Susan nnri Ann Os T borne, all of Manila, nnd Ronnie Stewart o( Albany. Or... whn Is here wllh Oils mother, Mrs. Edwin R. Stewart, visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Halscll, Refreshments of cake and Ice cream was served. Miss America Rates Role in College Play Ahead of Movie Otter MEMPHIS. Term.. Dec. 3. (UP) — A college production of "Stage Door" today held more Interest for Barbara, Jo Walker. Miss America of 1947. than a trip to New York City for a talk with motion picture producer David O. selznlck. Miss Walker handed Robert Ross, Trumans Stage Reception for World Diplomats By Dorothy Williams United Press Staff Corrcipondcnt WASHINGTON, Dec. 3. (UP) — President and Mrs. Truman had coffee pick-ups after their 80 minutes of continuous handshaking. Then they retired, leaving their late-staying guests at last night's White House diplomatic reception .to drink amber or pink; punch-less executive of the Selznlck releasing | punch. And there was dancing to organization, a polite "no" to tel- music by the scarlet-coated Mai offers to.mcet^the produc-j or of "Gone With the Wind" Fri-; day. Ross attempted to stage the meeting for talks about signing her to a contract. Miss America will appear here tonight as Terry Randall in the Memphis state College "Stage Door." production oi Mrs. L. E. Old entertained members of the Tuseday Bridge Club yesterday aflernoon at her home. In the bridge games played Mrs. Doyle Henderson and Mrs. Rllcy Jones tied for high' score. Entertaining rooms of the home were decorated with Fall flowers.. The hostess served refreshments of a sftlad course. Mrs. Poetz. Is Hostess To Club Eight Members Mrs. G. O. Poetz was hostess last night to members ot Club Eight at her home on ChrcKsawba Ave. In the bridge games played, Mrs R. C. Allen won high and Mrs. Otto Scrape, iecond. The hostess served refreshments Concert to Be Given By Glee Club Student': LUXORA, Dec. 3—The fjuxora Glee Club under the direction ot Dalton FowUlon of Dlythevllle, and piano students of Mrs. Standford will present » concert Friday night. Dec. 5, »t the Luxora High School. The first part of the program will be semi-classical music Including selections by Romberg, Chemlnadc and Bartlelt. The second half of the concert will be Christmas carols with the audience participating. Proceeds ol the concert will go toward buying glee club robes which members \vill wear when participating In the Slate Festival In Little. Rock In the Spring. rine Band, . During the evening the President nd his wife greeted about 1.00^ members of the diplomatic corps and their familcs. Among them were the top representatives of all major nations Including r.ussia. Saudi Arabian representatives, whose colorful garb usually makes them stand out at any gathering, were not present. Many of the guests appeared more interested in what was beinR worn than in who was wearing it. OSCEOLA, Dec. 3. — The teach- strapless frocks were much in cvi- ers and officers of the First-. Bap- j dcnce and missing straps occasion- j list Church met last night for » j cA more reaction than did tlic iniss- dlnncr at the church. The centerpiece of the table was of miniature lighted church amid a snow scene, flanked by red takers burning In crystal holders. Bouquels of polnsettias also, decorated the room- Church Dinner is Held By Baptists in Osccola Take Margie as a fairly typical example of a gi.'l wllh that attitude toward marriage. To hear her complain, you'd naturally suppo.se that she leads a lough life. There's so much work, she never seems to get done. She's tied down all day long with Iwo small children, when she would like to be running around with the girls. Her husband doesn't, realize what a strain Margie is under. And so on. Actually. Margie is n plenty lucky till. She lias an ambitious, good- natured husband. She has a pretty, modern home, with most ot the labor-saving devices that are on the market. She has a share in the family car. She has a pretty yard. She has two well-clothed, well-fed children. Wardrobe Stocked Margie, herself, has dollies that are good enough, though not as many or as expensive as she would like. AH of that, marriage has given to Margie. Yet. apparently, no one has ever told her that no woman should cxpe'bt to have so much handed to her on a silver platter, that in return for all of those benefits and blessings she should shoulder the duties and responsibilities of a housewife. Three key Government witnesses are shown here In Washington at| the U. S. District Court to testify in the Grand Jury Investigation of Maj. General Bennett E. Meyers, retired Air Force procurement, o t- ticer. From left to right: Thomas E. Readnower, brother of Mrs. Lanvarrc; Mrs. Lamane; and her liusband, Bleriot H. Lamarrc. NBA Telephoto.) REASONABLE PR1CE,S.;.GUARANTEED SERVICE! WATCH RE PA I HI N 'EVERY ™. ^PROMPT SERVICE EVERY TYPE , Repairing. . _ DREIFUS OPEN NOW Every. Night Until 9 P. M. UNTIL CHRISTMAS To K' ve you ample time to select (he perfect Christ mas Gift THE GIFT SHOP 103 East Main Street Ing traditional cakes and candy re- IreshmenU. ft was far and away the fanciest looking and scented party the White House had witnessed in many years. The women's gowns anri Jewels were dazzMns and their per- A quartet composed of June Ro- , i um es scenlcd Ihe entire first floor herts, Mary Ann Bradshaw, Shirley o[ lnc white House. , Aston and Mrs. Russell J. Clubb, sang Christmas carols tor the 50 guests present. At The Hospitals Ulylhrvillr Hospital Dismissed: Huel Asher. cootcr. Mo. Mrs. Era Harper, city. Mrs. J. D Davis, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. J. D- Landrimi and clly. Mrs. Paul Younger, and Caruthcrsvllle, Mo. Beverly Young, Mcinilr.. Mrs. Truman, like many of her f guests, had a new dress !or the oc- I caslon. It was of oyster white brocaded salin with a side drape. She [v.orc a .Vmfilc purple orchid on her i shoulder. Santa Says: Wonderful Choice of FOR DECEMBER BIRTHDAYS * TURQUOISE if BLACK ONYX i,: ZIRCON $O95 up Pat O'Bryant Jeweler- Main at 2nd Phone'31'fil EASY TERMS ARRANGED baby, baby. Announcement The "Messiah" practice will be held tonight at the First Baptist Church, 8:00 o'clock. REVIVAL TONIGHT! Notice Wives of all Kiwnnls members are Invited to attend the special ladles night program tonight given by the Kiwnnls club at the Hotel Noble at 8 o'clock. Use rianllns Carr. Common mustard seeds remain alive In the soil for many years and- usually will grow If burled more than two inches deep. Only Shopping Days until Christmas Credit ii Frae at Fitzpatrick's JEWELRY STORES It takes only J Mlnutcj to Ope a Chharse Account REVIVAL Continues This Week Hear The Free Gospel As Can Only Be Presented by Reverend O. S. Free Services Each Evening at 7:15 The ReT. O. S. Free Everyone is invited to come ond enjoy the forceful gospel messages of Reverend Free, Firs! Church of the Nazarene Corner First at Sycamore Coming to the GEM THEATRE Blytheville, Ark. Saturday anfl Sundaj SixjGun Serenade with Jimmy Wakcly Cont'd Shows Sat. 12:30 to 11:30 onl. Showinc Sunday 1:30-11:M Admission Adults 25c, Tax Incl. 1:11 N' No passes honored on Sunday at Continuous Shows S»t. and' Sun. Bargain Nisht Every Night Except i Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:4n p.m. 4:30 p.m. the Rosy Wednesday & Thursday Friday COLBFRT MacMUlWAY The EGG and/ NKRIORIE MAIN IITII iaii.rm ma (HiSTfl mKINt i>4 USD f. * UWrtiSAUHTUSAIIOMl PICTUM |M Continuous Showing F.vcry Day -Children's Christmas Gifts Galore!- RKV. JOHN W! FRYK who speaks tonight at 7:30 on "Five Foolish Women" at (he beautiful, new FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH fiOO W. Main Street lilvllicville ...It'* Correct Toiletries for Men • Courtley • Old Spic« • Yard ley • S«aforrh • Ltnrh«ric Sln«le Items nr Srt^ KIRBY Drug Stores THE TOT SHOP Mary ,!o Hall HO So. Second Street Sassie Lassie Toddler Dresses A Fine Grade Batiste 0 Mos. to 12 Mos. $2.50 Cotton Dresses Sixes 1 to 8 Yrs. $2.50&$2.95 » ^ Jack & Jill Togs Little Roys Corduroy and Cotton Twill S u i ts Sixes 1 - 3 $2.50&$2.95 Vhnnc a:l Paramount News and STiort* Continuous Showing 1:15 p.m.-ll:00 p.m. Box Office Opens «:30; Show SUrts 6:45 Last Time Today DOUBLE FEATURE Danger Signal with Vnye Emerson and /achary Scntt Little Iodine with .18 Anne Marlon i Thursday & Friday mm reifi- to miEt • flil lit IEII • MM IWUl 6-iy t. r»>t\ v>«4»***4 •* W.SOMtRStT MAUGHAM'S The Razor's Edge 20*:*w.»fli Abo Short Subject*

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