The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 8, 1947 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 8, 1947
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BLVTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS ' ! " \ fS- ' I'h6ne 4461 Frances Marsh Becomes Bride 'of Max Sherwood i f » Miss France* Marsh, daughter of Mr. and Mrt. Jack Marsh, became the bride of Max E. Sherwood, son of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Sherwood o( Holland, Mo., Saturday afternoon at the home of the Rev. P. H. Jernl- (>n, pastor of Calvary Baptist Church. The Rev. Mr. Jernigan official-, ed in the presence of relatives and close friends of the young ^ouple. The bride irore a white wool itreefc length dress, trimmed In told, and pinned a corsage of Talisman rosebuds, centered with A white gardenia, at her shoulder. Miss Grace Jennings was {ger tnatd of honor and only attendant, •he wore a powder blue dress of wool crepe. • Merlon Utley of Holland, Mo,, was Mr. Sherwood's best maii. Following a brief wedding trip. the couple will make their home In Holland. Mrs. Sherwood was complimented" Friday, night by Mrs. Paul Wallace when she entertained with a party and lingerie shower at her home. Decorations of the Wallace home carried out a pink and while color theme and low bowls held floating arrangements of white chrysanthemums. In the sanies played prizes were won by Mrs. F, C. Cox, Miss Grace Jennings and Mrs. Lane NowclJ. Mrs. Utley Entertains At Cean Atkinson Home •Mrs. P. E. Utley entertained members of the Alpha Beta Chapter of the Beta -Sigma Phi Friday afternoon at the home, of Mrs. Gean Atkinson. Mrs. Gilbert Dee Hammock Jr., presided over the business session at which plans were made for the Christmas party to be held December 18. Jfrs. James Nelson Parks, the former Miss Jane Bryson of Enterprise, Aia., transferred from the chapter In Enterprise, to this one. The. refreshment table, from which the refreshments were served, was centered with a yellow bowl' filled with multi-colored grapes and flanked with yellow, tapers. «'.-yj»?;. • • ' . ,. : Christmas Recital To Be Presented, By Music School The Fowls ton School of Music will present its :Ohristmas recital tomorrow evening at the High School Auditorium at 7;30.pni. The program will Include two •mice classes, vocal solos and piano in^rhbers. • ' ' Matured on Uje program will be two, students front" Mrs. Fowlston's piano class in Osceola, Miss Mary Ann, Bradshav. and Miss Mnrtha Jane Bunn Miss Bradshaw will play "Minuet in C" by Franz Schubert and Mis 1 ! Bunn will'play "A.D. 1620" from MacDowcll's J "Sea' Pieces." ' ;'•.'• . V" Three of Mrs. Fowlston's piano pupils from her BlytHevllle- class will play at the recltaf.ln Osceola, Monday Dec. 15 .They are Jimmy Gallons, Oliver Coppedge and Stanley Zellner. Piano pupils to be presented tomorrow night »re Marie 'Lucius, LaNeal Sudbury, Patsy Caldwcll Eva Lee Graves, Martha Ellen Williams, Marilyn Jones, Dick IY>ster Larry Campbell, John Mark Stewart, Keiley Jones, Beverly Jones Patsy Chitwood, Kay Hindman Sally McCutchen, Betty Lee Gar-; Mirth Ann Poster, Juanit Ferguson, Delores . Harris,. -.Ruth Johnston, Darlene IVilnberg, ail o Celebrate Wedding Anniversary Mr and Mrs. J. I. Gnincs held n the Half Moon community in anniversary. With them for the day were their Ivc-children, Mrs. L. T. Buck of Scnnth, Mo., nnci Mrs. O. B. Smith, rs. Royal Sanders, Roy Gaines nnd ra Gaincs, all of Blytheville. Sixty Ihcr guests, culled during the day o offer their congratulations to the ouple. Natives of Riplcy, Tcnn.. Mr and Mrs. Gaincs were . married in .1891 t Woodvllle, Tcnn., and came to Blytheville in 1802. They have farm•d extensively In this community luce.that time.. In addition to their own five chil- ren they alsff have raised three icphews, Lnrry and Eugene Davis and Jolly. Leggctt, all of Blytheville. "open house" Friday at their home celebration of their 50th wedding Mr. and Mrs. Galnes also have 16 grandchildren and one great-grandchild, many of whom were here for the anniversary celebration. The Galnes home was decorated In Autumn flowers, with the lace covered dining table centered with laruc three tiered wedding cake topped with golden "50", and flunked by golden yellow tapers In crystal candelabra. Included among the.guests for tho clny were Mrs. W. D. Gaines, Mrs. Clifford Reed and Gary Gunn, a! of Sikcslon, Mq,, Mi-, nnd Mrs. Carl Elsinger' nnd daughter, Betty, Oakland, Tcnn., nnd Mrs. S. Broughton of Memphis. Blytheville. Patty" Frnkcs, Loreita Eurls, De-' lores Weaver. Mary Speiicc, Mar- .ha Brooks, all of Stecle, Mo., Tom Holder, Pat Holder and Dorothy Powell/ from Buidcttc; and Doris Cape ii'pm Cooler, Mo. Voice ipuptls to be presented are Ann llinchnan, Joan Freeman, Delores • Adams, Billy Marie Bavnctt, Snl!y McCutchen, Nan Miller, Gall Whltsltt, Marilyn Jones, Kelly Jones, Enrl Coppedge, Oliver Coppedge, Site McGee,' Peggy McMullin, Mary Jo Eaton, Billy Joan Holmes, nil of Blythevillc, mid Judy and Mnrthn . Cohoon [roin Cooler, Mo. At The Hospitals nlylhcvilli- HIT,!,lliil Dismissed: Mrs. J. F. Ellis, city. Willis Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. M. M. Rnst, Airbnsc. A. J. Prcsncll, city. Walter Forbus, Tyler, Mo. Peggy Hall, Rlc. 2, city. Mrs. Pearl Morris. Luxora. Mrs*. Clyde L. Whistle, Roselnnd. Glen Alvln Holland, Stcclc, Mo. Leslie Vincel, St. Louis, Mo. Read Courier News Wnut Ads. Bits of News Miis-Heasley to Speak To. Elementary Teachers Miss Leila Heaslcy, school library consultant, of Little Rock, .will meet with the Blytheville Elei mentnry Teachers ~ Tuesday afternoon, 3:3o o'clock ut Central Ward School. The first part of Ihu pcrioil will be spent In room visitation, when the room libraries will be observed. Mrs. Ira Gray, city librarian, has just completed life cataloging of Central School books. Purpose of the meeting is to show how Elementary Schools can meet tho requirement* . for a standard library. Mr, and Mrs. Cornelius Modinger Jr. and Hodgson Modlnger npctit Friday In Memphis. J. E. Harrison, son of Mr. and Mra. W. o. Harrison, has received his discharge from the United States Marine Corps, and arrived home Friday night from Santa Anna, Calif./ Mrs. M, O. Usrey returned home yesterday after spending a month In Greenwood, Miss., as guest of her daughter, Mrs. Odell Sanders and Mr. Sandert. Mrs. Molly Sternberg of Chicago, 111., Is spending this week here visiting friends and transacting business, Mis. Stcrnberg formerly made her home in Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. James Terry returned Saturday night from New Orleans, La., .where .they had been vacationing for a week. Mrs. A. R. Welenkamp and daughter. Terry, returned Saturday from Memphis where they had been visiting for several days with Mr. Wct- enkamp's mother, Mrs. Clara Wetenkamp. > Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Eldrldgc have returned home after attending n banquet held Saturday night in Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Summers me the parents of a daughter horn Sunday morning. The baby has been named Betty Louise/ Cadet A. G. Shlbley Jr., son of Mr: and Mrs. A. G. Shlbley, was one Of the Kcmpcr cadets to make the scholastic honor roll for the grade month of November. Jerry Morgan, son of Mr. and Mr«. J. J. Morgan, James Purnell, and L. H. Autry son of Rep. and Mrs. L. H. Autry have been selected as pledges to the Zeta Tau Zeta Fraternity at Arkansas State College, Joncsboro, where they are students. Miss George Ann stllwell, daugh- ter.of Mr. and Mr». George Stllwell, has been selected as a pledge to Delta Beta Chi Sorority at Arkansas State College, Jonesboro. Miss Edna Ethridge ol Long Beach, Calif., will arrive tonight to spend several, days here with Mrs. Clco Langston and Mrs. Cecil Wroten. She Is en route to Jackson, Miss. Comlilkm of C. H. Whistle, who suffered a severe heart attack last Thursday Is Improved today. He is a patient at the Blytheville Hospital. •Mrs. Eunice Young spent yesterday hi Ncwbern> Term., visiting with'her mother, Mrs. kitty Lan caster. Susan Huffman, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Albert Huffman, who hu been esriously ill with pneumonia since Saturday at Walla Hospital, is improved today. E. : M. Holt is in LHtle Rock today »nd tomorrow wfiere he is a> tcnding to business. Ira Gray was, dismissed from the Blytheville Hospital today after undergoing treatment for several days. Hls^onditlon Is Improved. MONDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1947,' •.•••' Announcement The High School Pnrcnt-Teach- cr Xssoclation will not have their meeting tomorrow afternoon at the high school, It was announced today by Mrs Henry Humphreys, ed in January, she said. Regular, meetings will be rcsum- Thc Royal Neighbors Club will meet, 7:30 o'clock tonight, at the home of Mrs. Pearl Hires. Kangaroos have been known ti> Jump a distancr. of 3d feet. Osceola News Mr. and'Mrs. Sam Haggard announce the'birth of A daughter at the Baptist Hospital, Saturday Dec. 6. She has been named Myra McGregor, and is their first child. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Tallaterro are the parents of a daughter born December «, at the Memphis Baptist Hospital. She has not yet been named. THIS IS NEWS! LOOK WHAT SANTA HAS FOR YOU,. Sunbeam Electric Mixers Sunbeam Electric Shavers An Appropriate Gift for Her—and One for Him, Too! Plenty Other Merchandise for Xmas Visit Our Stor»—W«'hi Santa's Headquarters Luxora News • Miss Evelyn Hlir of Luxor* hi been elected house president at Blue Mountain, College for the prej cnt semester. \ Coming Events Social Calendar , Monday Business Women's Circle Eight of the First Baptist Church meeting with MM. Earl McGregor, 316 S. Division at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday Hachahome Bridge Club—Mr*. H. W. Bradley. Tuesday bridge Club — Mrs Charles criRger. Club Eight—Mis. Otto Scrape, Trl-Town Bridge Clyb—Mrs. J Well Brooks Jr. La Nueve Bridge Club—Mrs. Bernard Graham. Daughters of American Revolution will have luncheon meeting at Hotel Noble with Mrs. c. R. Wroten and Mrs. H. W Wylle as hostesses. Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon will have charge of the program assisted by Mrs. Murray Smart. Wednwday Mrs. J. A. Leech will entertain the D Chapter of P. E. O. Sister- hod with a Christmas party at her home. Ladles Bible Class of First Methodist Church will have their annual Chrislni»j Party at the church Wed- nesdiy night at t:3Q p.m. Mrs. Cornelius Modlnger entertaining Town and Country Club. Wednesday Bridge club — Mrs. Charles Rose. Thursday Mrs. J. C. Prazler entertaining G. N. B. Club. . Mrs. Cecil Shane entertaining Mid-Wcck Club members, Mrs. drover Wren cntc'rtalnmg Jolly Eight Club. Mrs, P. O. Foster entertaining Thursday Contract Club. Thursday Night Bridge Club — Mrs. Ben Harpole. Friday Woman's Club members will meet at the clubhouse at 2:30 p.m. for their Christmas program. The Pidells Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church will have their Christmas Party at the home of Mrs. Alvln Huffman Sr., 1123 W. Walnut, 7 p.m. ) Mrs. A. A. Hardy entertaining members of the C. B. O. Club. Civic Calendar Monday '' Junior Chamber of Commerce, 7:30 p. m. Tuesday Lions Club, 12:vO p. m. American. Legion, 7:30 p. m. City Council, .7:30 p. m. Wednesday . Klwanls club, 12:10 p. m . Sudbury Parent Teacher Association, Board Meeting, 2:30 p. m Regular meeting, 3 p. m. Messiah practice at First Baptist Chu»ch, 8:10 p. m. Thursday Rotary club, 12:15 p. m. Chamber of Commerce Board o: Directors meeting, old Board, 3 P. m. New Boarti 2:30 p. m. Osceola Events MONDAY • Wesiejin Guild, First Methodist Church, 7:30 p.m., • <t -.-. Sub-District Youth Meeting 1 , First Methodist Church. Joiner, 1:00" p.m. TUESDAY i •-•• Rotary Club, 12 noon. Bask«tball,.O5ceola TS Blytheville, there, 8:00 pJa. . American.liglon Auxiliary, Community House; 8:00 p.m. . WEDNESDAY P.T.A. High School, 2:30 THURSDAY Two Table Club at the home of Mrs. Bettye Nell Starr, luncheon, 12:30 p.m. Flannigan Sunday School Class of First Methodist Church meet-; Ing at the home of Mrs 1 . E*. H.. Burns, 7:30 p.m. -" r Kiwanis Club, Elementary School, 7:00 p.m. ' i - FRIDAY Two Table Club at the home of They Get a Kick Out of Art —————.^— After visiting the Louvre in Paris and studying works by Edgar Degas, famed for his paintings and etchings of ballet dancers, two Folios Begeres girls return to the theater and try to Imitate the artist's subjects. The Folies dance director takes the girls out in group tours to study classic poses in noted works of art. Photo by v NEA-Acme correspondent Jeiyi-Phllippe Carson. Texas Woman Has the Answer And Collects $21,000 in Awards PORT WORTH, Tex., Dec. 8 (UP) —Mrs. Ruth Annette Subbie, middle- aged mother who makes a irnbit of entering every contest she hears about, said today she was "just recovering from the shock" of winning $21,000 worth ,of prizes for vs Dycss, Mrs. Bruce Colbert. Basketball. Osceola here, 8:00 p.m. SATURDAY Basketball, Osceola vs Wilson here. 8:00 p.m. , ' Identifying radio's "Miss Hush. Mrs. Subbie yesterday received n two-seater airplane, the fust of the many baubles she will eel for tell ing Ralph Edwards, master of cere monies of "Truth or Consequences.' that Dancer Martha Graham wa "Miss Hush." "It is a beautiful plnnc," she salci "They told me it was 65 horsepower or something." •Mrs. Subbie, who only recently re turned from a trip to California— CITY DRUG COMPANY Itl Imt Main St. Phone 2542 It's Christmas Time . ... and Wi Ar. READY! With unusual gilt Herns, like seen in city stationery stores. We have gilts which are practical but not expensive. SUGGEST/ONS. For Him — Desk's, office chairs, adding machines, Roynl typewriters, filing cabinets, desk lamps, leather brief cases, smoking stands, desk accessories of all kinds, chair cushions, fountain pen and pencil sets, memo calendars, pocket secretaries, appointment books, paper weights, decorative matches, dictionaries, chair mats, »sh trays. For Her— - i Desk accessories. Bibles, stationery, cook books, calling cards, Informals, etiquette books, novelty paper table accessories, scr»pboolc.\, photo albums, diaries, birthday books, calendurs, address books, billfolds, personalized! luggtfe Ugs, , coasters, card table covers, "Kim" playing cards, photograph frames, paper handkerchiefs In novelty cases, paper guest towels, name plates for books and phonograph records. Special for Boys and Girls— Colored pencil sels, printing sets, fountain pens, photo albums, paint sets, white tfsUmenls and Bibles, portable typewriters, typewriter tables. \ Many of these gift* nre for both "Him" and "Her." We Gift Wrap Free It lsn;t too late to purchase Christmas cards—plain or peisnnalUrrt, nnd to select Individual Rift wrappings at popular prjccs. SAMUEL F. NORRIS r'rinltr-.v— Office Outfitters — 'Stationers Across From City Hall Op«n NMghts Til 9 o'clock Pay Pat Payday! PAT O'BRYANT JEWELER Main at Second Phone 3261 >n In a local ndio contest—wu ted for a suit and co»t at r Fort orth store after the airplane pres» talion yesterday. The new outfit, another of h«c Ires, will be her traveling clothe* hen she boards the train for Kol> wood Wednesday. She and her hus- ud will appear on Edwards' show ext Saturday night. She said she thought it vould b« otter to be fitted yesterday to •old the crowd. Her other gifts included a 184T uper convertible automobile, home undry, a round trip ticket for two a air to Honolulu and suite of oms for two weeks vacation at' le Royal Hawaiian Hotel, n 42,000 ouse trailer, a 11,000 diamond and uby wrist watch, a television re- .• elver, library of 100 records, a horn* ork shop, $1,000 diamond'" ring, ouse full of solid maple furniture, as refrigerator, gas kitchen rangt nd many more. Mrs. Subbie said entering con- csts was her "hobby." "It's not a profession," »he said mphatically. Santa Says: H Shopping Days until Christmas Credit is Free at Fitzpatrick's JEWELRY STORES It takes only 3 Minutes to Open a Ctiharge Aecomnl No pisses honored on Sunday at Continuous Show* Sat. and Son. Bar lain Night ETtry Nijht Except Continuous Shows Every Day Eox Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KtCN a-m. 13:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. ' *""• the Roxj- . Last TJime Today RAMROD with Joel McCrea and Veronica I.ak* Paramount News and Shorts {JontlnuoB* Showing Every Day Tuesday and Wednesday Coming to the GEM THEATRE Blythevillc, Ark. Saturday ami Sunday West of Carson City Cont'd Shows Sat. 12:30 to 11:14 Cant Showing Sunday 1:30-11 : Admission Adults 25c, Tax Incl. Paramount News and snorts Continuous Showing 1:15 p.m.-1.1:00 p.m. B«i Office opens «:30t Show SUrte 6:45 Last Time Today The Blue Dahlia wilh Alan L»«d inrt Veronica LaV« Tuesday imd Wednesday I)\KK«>K\IR At,!> Sh»rt Svbjects

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