The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 11, 1947 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 11, 1947
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PAGE Bl/YTHFTTLLZ (ARK.)' OOURWA XEWS Phone <M61 Miss Barham Honored With Shower, Party Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Dedman and children, entertained members of the choir of First Christian Church with a shower and party complimenting Miss Shirley Barham, S bride-elect, last, night at the Dedman home. ,V The dining table held as a centerpiece a bride in a Ilower garden, all electrically lighted, making an effective scene in the candlellghtcd - room. The table was covered with a hand crocheted cloth. * The Entertainment of the even- Ing was a magicians show, and the .i)|>' gifts were presented to the brlde- elect, when he uncovered them with "magic." The same theme was car* tied out in the rest of the party. The magician was played by War. ren Moxley. Mrs. R. Scott Baird, Mis. Albeit 1- ' Taylor, and Miss Jean Dedman presided at the refreshment table. '-"*' The host and hostesses presented Miss Barham with monogrammcd sheets and pillow CRSCS and each guest received a favor. Methodist Women Have Covered Dish Supper eggy Van Winklel p - E -°- Entertained Heads Honor Roll By Mrs " J " A " Leech At High School P«gBS' Van Winkle led the Honor Roll of the tecond »lx weeks at Blythevllle High School, It was .nnouncerl today by Mts« Ro«a fiardy, principal. Others on Ihe honor roll were Jimmy Lowe, Carroll Evans, Dorothy Lum. Mona Gulnes, Uoyd Koontz, Shirley King, Elwyn Said- well, Ben Borowiky, Charles Mo- Daniel, Marjorie Hal*, Charlie Belknap, Murray Smart, Nancy Shlvely, Vlvlun Patterwn, Mary Morgan, John Wilts, jlmmle F, demons, Jack Homer, Arden Fer- juson, Jim Lancashire, Delano Mc- Mlllen, Fxlward Pipkin, Bonnie Goff, Mary Sue Hawkins, C. G. Redman, Chnrles Henderson,-Aleda Freeman, Mnxlne Hill, Bobby Mullen, Gay GAirlgan, Vivian Taylor, Mary Ball, Rulh Hale, Ann Mcf.eod. Jim Henry. Dick Reid, Dlanna Keller, Mona Goodrich, Mose Simon, patsy Pope, June Stlre«, Evelyn Cunningham, Howard Bailey, Sonny Lack- mon. La Junr Autry, Bobby Fayo Michael, William Austin, Charles Prilchiird, Robert Cmfton, Patsy Bcsharse, Ruth Freeman Don Peterson. Those winning honorable mention were Lucille Hubburri, Lurry Williams, John Hoover. Bobbie Whlsenhunt. Billy Lambert, Blllle Rogers, Louise Turner, Betty Wooten, Betty Harber, Vernell O'Neal, Nancy Bratcher, Joann Haynes, Mrs. J. A. Leech was hostess yesterday to members of Chapter D of Ihe P. E. O. Sisterhood at her home on . Main Street, for a Christmas party and luncheon. Following thebuflet luncheon the guests went to the rumpus room where a g»y Christmas tree was surrounded by colorfully wrapped gifts which were exchanged by members. Mrs. Hermon Carlton gave a reading of "The Christmas Story." Mrs James Roy became a new member of the chapter at yesterday's meeting. Birthday Club Meets For Christmas Party Mm. Charles Lule.s enU'rlaincd members uf Ihe C. tind N. Ilirth- day Club and five guests with a Christmas party and dinner at her home on the occasion of Mr.s, Mar- The Ladles Bible Class of First Methodist Church had their Christmas covered dish supper last night at the Church, when 30 members and guests were present. Miss Mamie I/. Adams gave for the devotional the Christmas Story from Hike. Mrs. Allen D. Stewart, Pat Reagnn, Mary Jo Eaton, Louise led Mn prayer, following which the 1 Sullivan, Peggy Jo Freeman, Betty group sang Christmas carols. Mrs.\ Lloyd Stlckmon gave the reading "The Juggler of Notre Dame." ! Smith, Jim Deer, Emma. Blancnard, Mrs. A. C. Haley, president, was | Richard Dedman. R. C. Allen. Opal In charge of the business session j McDermott. J. B. Riggs. jimmy and the group voted to senrl £25 dol- Ciossell. Knthryn Mnrtln, Hetty lars to the Methodist Orphanage 1 Wixson. Barbara Stewart. Louis - Home at Little Book. They also de- ! Anderson, Lounclle Overman. Doris THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11,1947 Bitsoftslews Mr. and Mr». Harry W. Halnea will oe the overnight (tests of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Wltmer.ln Memphis. Loy Elch )ia« returned from Detroit, Mich., where he transacted business. Mrs. Hershell H. Carter and children arrived Monday from Earlham, Iowa, to i'pend tht holiday season with her parenU, Mr. and Mr*. Z«l B. Harrison. Mr. Carter will Join Ihem Christmas day. .Mr, and Mrs. P. A, Escarre, formerly oi Blylhevllle and now of pi'Mcott, Ark., are the parents of a son born December 3, In Pie cott. Their third child, he has been named Joseph Heath. Mr*. Louie Miller of Plat River, Missouri, \s the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Applebaum and family. Mrs. Miller Is a sister of Mrs. Applebaum. Mr. niul Mrs. Bill Woolen left yesterday for New Albany, Miss. Coming Events Social Calendar Kay Sue Stevenson, Bobby Jo« Turner, p'red- da May Turnage, Gracy Pay Turnage. Billy Wayne Todd, Sara Trumble, Oren Dim, Oale Van Bibber, Olen Watson and Robert Wilson. Friday Club members will meet at the clubhouse at 2:30 p.m. for their Christmas program. Th« Fidelis Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church will have their Christmas Party at the home Christmas Party Held of Mrs. Alvin Huffman Sr.. 1123 jp 11 .. .. , Si. w. walnut, i pm !»/ Methodist Women Mr». A. A. Hardy entertaining members of the c.B.c. Club. * Saturday Magnate Hurls i Room Over Garage Can •J Bureaucracy Charge [ Increase Living Space The addition of an attached garage affords an excellent ppoortuni- ty for Increasing the living space in a home. An Increase of only a few feet LUXORA, Dec. 11. — The home of Mrs. Henry<%|)iiim was (jay with Cotillion Club will have a dance Christmas decorations of holly, ev- WASHINGTON Dec 11 mp)_ ' Inz his Chesapeake and Ohio Railway with "the finest railroad prop- city" in the country—the New York received an initial Central — has setback. C. E. Boles, an examiner for the Interstate Commerce Commission, has recommended that the commission deny the application of using insulating board. Young and another o and O offi- in the height of the garage will provide adequate space under the roof for an extra bedroom or (ten. Tho room can be finished, decorated and Insulated In one operation by liolly, ev- dal to become directors of tfte New Saturday night at the Hut nt 9' crgreciw and pine cones when she ! York Central while retaining then- o'clock. Hosts and hostesses will be antl ncr sister, Miss Florence j C and O posts. Mr. and Mrs. Max Logan, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Huffman, and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Henderson. SUNDAY Miss Shirley Barham will become, Ihe bride ol Rouse Harp in a ceremony at First Christian Church at 2 p.m. Y.V Osccola Events Thursday of Baptist Church meet- Rush, were hostesses to tlie Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service for the society's annual Christmas party Tuesday af- a short business session, E. Hertd reviewed "A Pora Pilgrim" by D. C. Gall- ternoon. Alter Mrs. W trait of' anger. At the close of the meeting the members went to the dining room where a Christmas tree .siirro'jiidoil v.'lth Rifts centered the lace covered dining table. After the gifts wi-re Young, who had clearly Indicated his hope of eventually merging the two systems, assailed the rec- oinmendution as "another decision against public Interest, by a. government bureaucrat." where they were called because | Durm ' 7:3 ° !»"• < n ~ ,. - . r gs wi>re Ing with Mrs. J. J. Roberts an p.m. I distributed, the hostesses served Flannifan Sunday school Class I refreshments, of First Methodist Church meet- I 'ng nt the home of Mrs. E. H. Treasure Hunters NASHVILLE. Tcnn.. Dec. n i UP) — Nashville police wondered today whore else they would be risked to look for money, Willard Johnson lost $50 in a popcorn bin. A restaurant manager missed $500 he had hid in a soil- ol the death of her grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips are .spending a two days In Mem- Is. shall Ulackaids birthday. Guests In-I p ' eluded the hostess' mother, Mrs. I Miss nonnn Wmirtcrllch, daughter J. N. Haynes, Mrs. Jimmy Lutes, i o( Mr - »"<» Mrs ' w - •'• Wnndcrllch, Mrs. I.uthcr Thompson, Mr.s. Ira Koonce and Mrs. Kddle Zimmerman Dinner wns served buffet style from a larc draped dinning table, centered with a birthday cake. Mr.s. K. A. Craig, a member who IIKS been ill, nlso was given a handkerchief shower. •Mrs. Bud :Lulcs acted as Santa Clans and distributed gifts to the cided to send a basket to shut-ins for Christmas. Mrs. W. I. Dcnton led the closing prayer, and a social hour followed, during which gifts were exchanged. Guests included Mrs. John Fcatll- erstone, Mrs. O. C. Ganske, Mrs. Allen Stewart and Miss M. Adams. Mrs. Levy Is Guest. At Bridge Club Meeting Mrs. P. B. Levy of Houston. Tex., houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Modtnger, wns a Rucst yesterday when Mrs. Mortlnger enlcrtnlued 'members of the Town and Country Club at her home.' ; In the games played Mrs. G. G. Caudill won high score and Mrs. Cleo Langs ton won second high. The hostess served refreshments. -• >V» '; V;-: Club Members Feted' At Plantation: Home The Charles Rose plantation home »t Roseland *p«s the setting yesterday when Mrs. Rose entertained Wednesday Bridge Club members with K two course luncheon. The dining table, from which the luncheon was served, was centered with a single white taper burning in a crystal candlebra, circled with candles In assorted Christmas colors. In the bridge games played Mrs. W. J. Wuncierlich won high score and Mrs. P E. Black, second. guests from a gaily lighted tree. Entertaining rooms of the home were decorated with greenery and Gllsstui. Barbara Monoghan, Sam i berries carrying out the Christmas Johnson, Julia Swlnk, Patsy Bar- j motif, thalomew,-Betty Goforth, Betty Jo j— • • • Inter-Church Dartball League Practice to End The "Y" inlei'-Clnirch Uartball League will hold a second and II- nal practice in the "Y" rooms to- nl?ht at 1:30. This will be the linal practice session before the opening of championship play Jan. 8. Teams in the league represent the First Presbyterian, First Methodist, Lake Street Methodist and First Christian Churches. Stone. R. A. Friend, Mclba Pryor, Don Huey. France* Dowdy, Dudley Hardy, Peggy Hawkins, Patty Bar- holomew, Sxie Osborne, Jerry Philips. Vliss Fisher Is Honored At Bridge Party, Shower Fisher In Honored Hpt .... Miss Jessie 'Srlle complimented Miss Ann Fisher, bride-elect of Dr. F. Lt Husband, with a dessert bridge and - surprise shower last night at her home on W. Davis. In the games played Miss Delia Purtle won high, Miss Irene Crowder, low, and Ml« Polly Wilson ly arranged with flowers and oth- brldgo. The living room was attractive- er' 'decorations to carry out the Christmas theme. The hostess WHS assisted In" serving by MM. Bill Brown •' of ; MfAlla and Mra. Jess Horner. \?v ;. *!-V'. V^Mlss'.Fisherr;chose for the. occasion a black crepe dress with silver designs and black accessories. Two Couples Entertain At New Temple Israel Mr. and Mrs. E. M. J«ffe and Mr. ami Mrs. K. Hurwarg, all of Osccola, were hosts »nd hostesses Tuesday night to the Temple Sisterhood ~and B'Nai B'rith, meeting In the recreation hall of Temple Israel. After a brief business session, a social hour was held. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. A. W West and baby, Rte. a, city. has been elected cd-chalrman of the Mid-winter dance at Sweet; Briar College, Sweet Briar, Va. Miss Prances Bowen and Louie Isaacs will be in Memphis tonight where they will attend the concert of Phil Spitalny :ind his all girl orchestra at the Auditorium, Mrs. B. F. Loflln and Mrs. Elva Poe have returned from Memphis where they visited their sister. Mrs. Ted Medarls, who was 111. Mrs. Medaris' condition Is much Improved. Miss Rosa Schumerltsche will go to St. Louis Sunday to meet Mrs. Basil Locke and two children, Teddy and Rosemary, of Bakersvllle. Caiif. They will return to Blythevllle Wednesday. Mrs. Locke and children will spend Christmas with her mother, Mrs. Lina Hess, and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Jessce F. SUU left to day for Kansas City, Mo., to attend the annual convention of the AMKO Arkansas. Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma Hotel Association, which wll be held Fridr and Saturday. Mr Stltt Is a member of the board o! directors. They will return home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C, B. Bennett and daughter, Llfida Jane, and J. D. Tale are spending today in Memphis Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Crawford and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Wright will lonve . accompanied tomorrow for Torrance, Call!., where! ford's son. Klwanis Club, Elementary School 7:30 p.m. Friday T*» Table Club at the home of Mrs. Bruce Colbert. Basketball, Osccola here, 8:30 p.m. Saturday Basketball. Osceola vs. Wilson, here, 8:00 p.m. Womon's Club to Present ' cd clolhes hamper. And somebody /»i . . .. _ took $M from Ihe phonograph at Lhnstmas Program, Songs i Eddy's Place. Paramount News and snorts Continuous Showing 1:15 p.m.-11:00 p.m. Box Office Opens 0:30; Show Starts 6:15 Thursday and Friday vs. Dyess, Children Broadcast Christmas Program The Woman's club will have its I annual Christmas program tomorrow afternoon at the club house | j at 2:30 o'clock. j | Participating on Ihe program i will be Mrs. J. C. Lowe, Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon and the High School Glee Club under the direction of Mrs. Wilson Henry. The public is Invited to attend Marriage tAcensea Pupil.; of the first grade of Central School made their first broad- ^ following couple obtained st today. There were 48 child- '"adage license yesterday in the ren on the air, with their teacher [office of Miss Elizabeth Blythe, Mrs. A. B. Falrfield. giving their county _clerk. Interpretation of Christmas, The program included poems. stories, Christinas carols and rhythm band selections. Children participating were Wesley Adams. Patty June Anderson, Eh-n lieale. Nancy Bogati, Judith Lee Spencer Jr., and Miss Jane Earl LaNear. both of Blytheville. Klwanis Club Asks Aid In Clothing Family of 8 Brooks. Shirley Branscum. Donald Duohanan. Donna Sue Bvrd. Don Bynl, Jimmy Uoyd. William Thomas Brooks. David Burnett, Lucy Caudill, Claude Cooper, Ricky Ded- A call for clothes to be given a family of six children who are virtually without clothing was issuo<i today by members oi the Klwanis Club. The club, as part of its welfare I work, is handling this case of need, 1 which was said to brf acute. Shoes ! man. Everett Elledge, Dennis Fisher, Billy Joe Fannhn, Joe Ed Fouler, Renal Gentry. Michael Godscy Gary Gill, Betty Gown, j fo';"the"slx children and a load ol Billy Holt. Nancy Keeling. John | coa , |s bcing pm . cha5cd ro ,. lhcm Wayne Lovelace.' Ruth ,.-..! »y the Kiwanis Club. James Marshal], Betty Jo No passes honored on Sunday at Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except I Continuous Shows Kvcry Day Hox Office" Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTKN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 1^:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Hie Kr>vy Thursilav & Friday they will spend the Christmas holidays' with relatives. They will be home by the Craw- Jimmy Crawford, who has just received his discharge from the Navy. JUny. 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