The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 3, 1948 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 3, 1948
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^SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, BLVTHEVILI.K (ARK.) COUR1KU NEWS etui— Miss Daggett Engaged To Dick Jones White Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Daggett of Marlanna, today announce the en- ' pgement of their daughter, Miss Nancy Walker Daggett to Dick PJones White, son of Mr. and Mrs Floyd A. While of Blythcville. The wedding will be an event ol Spring. Miss Uaggeit attended Gulf Park College In Qultport, Miss. She will graduate Feb. j, from'the University of Arkansas. Fayettevillc, where fhe is vice-president of Chi Omega Sororily, Secretary ol Associated Students and a member of the Editorial Board of the Arkansas Law Review. Mr. White served three years In the Army Air Force and is a member ol the Officers Reserve Corps. He will graduate February 1, froni Ihe College of Business Administration at the University of Arkansas, where he Is a member ot Sigma Alpha Epsiloii Fraternity. Mr. While will be connected with his father in the shoe business in Blv- thevillc. Hot Tamale Supper Given For Fraternity Brothers A group of Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity brothers and other school friends, home for the holidays were entertained Wednesday night when Perry Lee Adkisson was host at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Adkisson with a hot taniile I supper. Miss Neely Perry, Mis Sue Cassidy and Mrs. Jack Adkisson assisted in serving the bullet supper. Those attending were Keith ehoffner and George Davis .holiday gueits of Perry Lee, Gerald and .Claude Cassidy and their guest, (yrommy Kehn, Hassell Lawson, who is visiting relatives here and Cullen Dixson, all students at the University of Arkansas, and Mitchell Cassidy, who is a student at the University of Illinois. * • • Gammill Twins Celebrate Their Fifth Birthday Tommy and Frances Gammill. ^1'. Levitch Speaks twin children of Mrs. Frances Gam- | At Soi'O mill, were honored yesterday afternoon on their fifth birthday wllh a party at the home of their grandmother, Mrs. P. D. Poster. riione •! Id Engagement Announced Miss Nancy Walker Daggett. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Daggett of MariannH. whose engagement to Dick Jones White son ol Mr - ailtl Mrs - Floyd A. White, was announced today by her parents During the afternoon the 20 children played various party games anri each was presented a favor. Thq twin birthday cakes were colored in pink and green. Mrs. Gammill was assisted by | we re decorated her mother, Mrs. Foster, and by Mrs. Mary Droke. Mrs. Copeland Entertains C. B. C. Club, Guest . Mrs. R.-A. Copeland was hostess yesterday afternoon at her home to Meeting Harry Levitch, manager of Drei- lus Jewelry store, was guest speaker yesterday when Mrs. Maurice Luttrell entertained members ol the Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi at her home. Mr. Levitch spoke on "Jewelry and Sterling". Entertaining rooms of the home ere decorated with bouquets of poiiisettios and greenery. The dining room table from which refreshments were served centered Miss Sarber Is Speaker At P. E. 0. Meeting Miss Sarber was guest speaker yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Harry W. Haines entertained members of Chapter N of th» P. E. O. Sisterhood at her home Miss Sarber wns introduced by Mrs. C. M. Smart who was In charge of the program, and she spoke on "Music Conservatories". Miss Sarber discussed several conservatories over the nation bvlt mostly talked — —— ••-" ~".^..-VA of the Conservatory and the with a crystal bowl filled with sil- ! Chicago Conservatory of Music In '""•" '"-'"- »- —=.-- ---- Chicago, ill., where she had taught. ver leaves and Nandina berries. flanked by red tapers burning in crystal candelabra. Mrs. Gilbert Hammock, president "' 86 °' brM bOS " less members of the C. B. C. Club and j meeting. one guest Mrs. Leon Scherer. Refreshments of a dessert course When the rook games were play- were served cd Mrs. A. A. Hardy won high, Mrs. O. O, Elkins won second and Mrs. Copeland won rooko. Refreshments ol a salad plate wjth coffee were served. Califorman Honored At Tea in Osceola OSCEOLA, Ark., Jail3—Mrs. A. E. Johnson of San Francisco, Calif., who is the honseguesl of Mrs. Maude Travis and Mrs. David Travic. was honored yesterday afternoon when her hostess entertained with tea at the home of Mrs. W. J. table was overlaid Shedcian. The dining Cape Girardeau Pastor To Preach Here Sunday Dr. J. A. Serena of Cape Girardeau. Mo., will deliver the sermon tomorrow morning n t First Christian Church. He is the first of the guest speakers the church members expect to have while awaiting the selection of their new resident minister. The Rev. R. s. Baird. who was the former pastor and his family, left last week for Shownee, Okla., where he accepted a new pastorate. Dr. Serena Is president of Southeast Missouri state Teachers College in Cape Girardeau, and also is a well known minister of the with a lace cloth and centered witit a crystal Epergne filled with red Sin SSST ca^ata"'^ Christ la n_cliurch^_ Asistmg with the serving of the I o c • *•• \ guests who called between the ] Oox Supper IS Given , ., . Refreshments were served to the 12 members ^present. hours of 4 and 8 were Mrs. Sliedda and Mrs. J. H. Bostick. Oiceofo News Mr. and Mrs. Bob McWhorter ol Athens, Ga., are visitors in the home )%?{ M r- Tami Mrs. Herbert Shippen. "••Mrs. McWhorter and Mrs. Sbippe.i are sisters. Miss Betsy Covington has returned to Nashville. Tenn., where she is a student at Vanderbilt University, after spending the holidays here with her mother. Mrs. Myron Nailling and Mr. Nailling. Condition of Sam Coble who has been a patient in the Methodist, Hospital, Memphis ,| 5 improved. Mrs. Percy Allen will enter the Melhodist Hospital in Memphis Monday to undergo treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Ralph and lamily, have returned from poin's in Florida and Texas, where thcv spent Ihe holidays. B. Frank Williams, who is ill at nis home, is improved. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilson left •ni.s week to spend several days in tlcctra. Texas., as guests of Mr. ; Wilson 5 parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L Wilson. ; Mrs. A. E. Johnson .houscgucst of '• «rs. Maude Travis and Mrs. David iravis win return today to her ] ,, '" Sa! i Francisco. Calif. ! St Lo"" 11 M "' C ' ay Thllclknl of Mr.' ra'rrtiwiri Brents' 'jTlnJ ' season 3 * 6 Thric1ki11 tor the holiday A. **!: "i"! Mr «- Roy Butterick have ' ^ e.urnca Irom Magnolia, where they Sve* day5 wth lricllds aild ™ a "'' Mrs ' **«" Banister and K ',,J, I'!' 5 '' SPC1U y^terday in Kj:,zicU, Me., visiting relatives. vacationing at has returned '.o Mr. end Mrs. Billy j oc Edrlnir- icn are parents of a daughter born ri-t" Th < mp . 1 i' ls hos P' ta1 December t. inclr first child, she has not jet been named. Mrs. Edrington Is New Liberty News Misses Jimmie Nell and Marion McDonald have returned to Memphis after visiting with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. McDonald and family. Mr. anri Mrs. J. C. Williams and son. Billy, have returned home after spending the holidays with relatives at Trenton and Humbolt Tenn. Mrs. Edith Epperson and family have had as their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Arch Brooks ol Kennett, Mo. Mr. nnd Mrs. James Merrier of Batcsville, Miss, were the overnight guests or Mr. and Mrs. Lagronue Whittle. .Mrs. Raymond Oioate is visiting with Mr. Choatc, who Is a patient, at the State Sanitorium, Booneville Ark. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tyner Ladner and children, Carol Anne and Douglas, were the holiday guests of rela- lives in Hot Springs and Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs Frank Wheat have as their guests. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wheat ol Blythcville. _ _ _ M „„„„ , Mrs. Bill Cluck and baby have Methodist Church."sponsored r box ! rctunlcd nome altcr visiting rela- - •-' ! lives in Kennett, Mo, At Promised Land Church The Woman's Society of Chris- , linn Service of the Promised Land ! supper last night at the church. Ltician Oaines anri Billy Godwin were auctioneers nnd Mrs. Lena Mae Harding conducted communitysinr- j ! » rl >«' lo th f ir home after visit in g . -' with Mr. and Mrs. Hiiton Steph B. L. Marshnel nnd daughter. Mrs Pearl Hill of steed, Mo., have rc- j;urncd to their home after visiting '.he former Miss Emily Sue Silver- son. Tlie Sultan of Baghdad estab- bla "' „. . . _ . Ilishcd a pigeon post system in D H. Blackwood Sr., is critically ; which the birds were used as mcs- 111 at his home here. sengers. in 1150 A.D, Special Sunday Dinner Baked Chicken Creamed Potatoes — Giblct Gravy English Peas Jelled Waldorf Salad SERVED WITH HOME MADE HOT HOLLS We Bake Pies And Cakes On Order Phone 4950 SYCAMORE HOUSE Arkansas-Missouri State Line Brother of Blytheville Man Dies in Morrilton George D. Hkwxins. life lone »« h™i.° f Morrlltc "'. A'*- "id I ., , ller of °- N - Hawkins ol Blythevi e, died this morning nt a Morrilton Hospital, where he had been 111 since Thursday. Funeral services for Mr. Hnwklns. who was vs. will be conducted nt 3 o clock tomorrow afternoon nt the Reed Funeral Home In Morrilton and bminl will be In Elmwood Cemetery (here. Besides his brother here, he Is survived by (wo other brothers Thomas D. Kawkliu ol Morrilton and Elmo Hawkins of St, unils, Mo., and a slsler, Mrs. Madge Heglund of Muplewood. Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins will leave this afternoon for Morrilton. Cominq Events Social Calendar Monday G. E. o. Club meeting at the home of Mi« Vcra Goodrich Hachnhoma Bridge Club mcctlni; at the home of Mrs. Foy Elchlson Mrs. John Buchanan entortainine Business Women's Circle RlRht of the First Baptist, Church at her home on Cherry St. Executive nonrd of the Woman's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian Church will meet at 2:30 p.m. Tui-sdav La Neuvn Club meeting with Miss Mary Adah Robinson WEDNESDAY Wednesday Bridge Club being en- terlalnecl at the home of Mrs. Baker Wilson. Thursday Elliott Fletcher Chapter ol the U. D. C, will meet for luncheon nt 1 o'clock at the home of Mrs. no- land Green. The Jaycecltcs will meet at the Clubroom ni 7;3 0 p . m Thursday Luncheon Club meeting vvlth Mrs. Byron Morse Mid-Week oiub meeting' with Mrs. J. Louis Cherry. Thursday Contrad club being entertained by Mrs. Henrv Humphreys. Octette Club meeting with Mrs James Hill Jr. Mrs. Elva Poe entertaining Jolly Eight Cluub members. Civic Calendar Junior Chamber of Commerce— 7:00 p.m. Tuesday Lion's Club—12:15 p.m. Amcrclan Legion—i::io p.m. American Legion Auxiliary—8:00 ).m. Wednesday Kiwnnis—12:10 p.m. Thursday Rotary—12:10 p.m. Bits of News Wifh the Courts Circuit Dcwcy Cruni et. HI. vs B L Powell, suit for $15.000.00 damages.' Marriaae Lic The following couples obtained marriage licenses yesterday in the office of Miss Elizabeth Blvthc county clerk. S. J. Wool.wy and Ifrs. Carrie M. Lcvcrett ol St. Louis. Mo. William Hamlett nnd Miss Crystal Willingh.'ini of Blylhcvlllc. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Betty Ann Hudson, city. Lillle May Hoskins, city. Jackie Leroy Martin, Holland, Mo. Mrs. Jame.s W. Best. Goblcr, Mo. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. P. C. Hatcher, city. Mrs. Harry Higgins. Holland, Mo. Mrs. Will Day. Dyess, Ark. Edward Lee Moore, city. W. C. Porter, city. Pretty Pictures in Silk PACK nvu Girl Cyclist Injured CAMDEN, Ark.. Jan. 3. (UP) — The collision of a motorcycle and in automobile yesterday resulted n Injuries to Lenora Jones, an employe of the Camden News, she was rldine with Bill Hester, also of Camden, when the motorcycle iBurcd in a collision with an au- omobile driven by A. L. Powell. Her cuts and bruises w : cre treated at a Camden hospital. Monette Cafe Burns JONESBORO. Ark., Jan. 3. (UP) —Damage estimated at $2,000 resulted from a fire that destroyed '.he Bradley cafe in Monet;? yc.s- Condition of Mrs. Jerry Poe, who underwent an operation Wednesday at the Memphis Baptisl Hospital la Improved. Mr. foe, who has been wllh her, rclurnrd home yesterday Denny Gentry. Jack Adkisson, v,n ";f*,, A< " c is*)n and his guest, Keith ShoIIncr, student at Ihe University ol Arkunsus, were In Memphis Thursday, where (hey attended Ihc Delta Bowl Game. Mrs. Louis Pinion and Mrs Albert Pinion and son, have returned from Meridian, MI.KS., where lliey spent a week visiting relative*. Clcorso Davidson of Conwar was the overnight guest of Cullen Dlx- on and his pnrenls, Mr. and Mrs F. T. Dixon. Tiiey »,-o fellow f(u- dculs at (he University ol Arkansas. Fayoltcville. Condition ol J. \v., who U a patient at ibc niytheville Hospital, Is unproved. Miss Mury Ann Smith snml Wednesday in Memphis. Miss Virginia Williams and Ed- si'l limber were in Memphis Thun- diiy lor the Delia Bowl football gumc. Joe Ferguson, who Is a student at Gcoi-gi:i Tech. Allanlu, Ga.. left ywslorday moiniUK after spcndinc the Chrlslmns holltliiys here wllh his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ferguson and family. He will visit wllh friends in Memphis until Mondny nnd will then go to Atlanta. Miss Betty Hlack. who Is a student at Willlum and Mury College LynchburR. Va. Iclt today atter spending the holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Black. Her mother accompanied her to Memphis. Louis Lynch nud George Hub- bnrd were in Memphis Thursdav, where they attended the Delta Bowl football Rnm«. , Miss Mary Ann Smith left today lor Demon, Tex., where she is a ttudcnt at Texas Stale College for Women, nllcr spending the holidays here with her mother, Mrs. Ami Smith and brother, Freddy. She will be the overnight guest ionlchl of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Murk Smllli in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Black and daughter, Mi.-,s Hetty, and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pollard attended the Delia Bowl football game In Memphis Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Smothermon, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ben Kail and Mr. nnd Mrs. Eddie B. David have returned from New Orleans where they attended the Sugar Bowl Game and other polnls of Interest In IjOiilsiaim nnd Mississippi for the past five dnyj. Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Haidaway Iclt ^yesterday for nn Indefinite vacation In South Carolina and other points in tile East. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Lawson have as their guest, his brother, Hassel Lawson, who Is a student nt th e University of Arkansas. Fayeltevllle. P. D. Foster Jr., will return to Memphis stale College tomorrow where he will resume his studies, after spending Ihe holidays here with his pareula Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Foster Sr. John and Dick While, students at the Unlvcrsily of Arkansas, Fnyettoville, returned there today after spending the holidays wllh their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd A. White. Dick will receive his degree February 1. Mrs. H. H. McAdums and son. John, and Miss Grace Grccnhaft of Joncsboro have been guests of Mrs. Lucy McAdams nnd daughter. Miss Jane. Russell Phillips Jr., holiday guest of his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Russell Phillips, returned today lo! Southern Arizona School for Boys. Tuscon, Ariz., where he Is a stu-, dent. Mrs. E. R. Lancashire left today for Columbus and Wellington Ohio, where she will visit with I friends, she will also visit in Oak Park, Illinois, her former home. I before returning. Mrs. Lancashire was accompanied by her sons, Ben and Bob. who spent the holidays I here and arc returning to school. Bob attends Westminister college. Fulton, Mo., and Ben Is a student at Oberlln College, Oberlln, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Barney crews and children. Barney Jr., and Frances of Jackson, Tenn., and Mr. and Mrs. John Wright of Halls, Tenn., Pictured In print 0,1 the silk organdy gown above Is "Paris on wheels " c rca 1000. Depleted In multicolor within llnce bayadere row, are the three types ol vehicles-bicycles, busses and horseless carriages-used or transportation In the French capital around the turn or the century he hoop-skirted evcnlnc gown with a bare-topped rtecollelagc W «V (onlnred 1,, „ Mwltlon-of-tlw-Tlmcs show lo forecast what, ts comma up for summer. LU mug "«»'• of Mrs. Lilly Sisk. Mrs. Jumcs narksdale and children, SJilrlcy. Susnn and James Bryant, and Miss Virginia Swe»r- eiigcn have returned from Vicks- biii-B. Miss., where they accompanied home Mrs. Barksdale's mother Mrs. Ella Worlliy, w ho spent the holidays here with her daughter and family, while In vicksbure they were the guests of Mrs. Barksdale's brothers, Virgil and Bob Worthy and their families. Miss Virginia Swearengcn will return to the university of Arkansas, -Fiiyettevllle, tomorrow after spending the holidays here with her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. N Swcrengen. She will be accompanied there by Mr. nnii Mrs. Herbert Swerengen. Mr. Swearengen Is also a student there. Mr. nnd Mrs. Monroe Crnln Jr. Rim son, Mnc. have as their guest her mother, Mrs. E. O. Sledge of Memphis. Mm. Sledge will return home ucsday, Mr. and Mrs. P. K, Harris Jr. have returned to their home In Holla, Mo., after spending the holidays here and In Holland, Mo,, with relatives. Mrs. Charles Needham ha* returned home after spending the holidays In Oklahoma City, Okla., with her daughter Mrs, W. T. DotU, Mr. Dolls and Infant daughter. Littfe Rack Cage Team Wins From Oklahomans LITTLE ROCK, Jan. 3. (UP) — Two Greater Little Rock high school basketball teams opened their season last night by splitlhiK a twin bill with out-6f-state teams. Little Rock slaved off n fast drive by Northwest High School of Oklahoma City and ended with a -H to 43 victory. Fred V. Williams topped the scoring for Little Rock with 10 points, followed by Glenn Evans who made seven. The evening's high point man, however, was Oklahoma Clty'i Buddy Lcgg who poured In IB points. In the other game. Memphis Central rolled over North Little Rock an lo 23. The teams swap foes tonight, with Ultlo Ruck meeting the Memphis tuiim and North Little Rock lock- Ing horns with (ho boys from Oklahoma. Child Die* in Fire CABOT, Ark.. Jan. 3. (UP) •Jerry Lyn Elmore, the three-year- old son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Elmore, was burned to death when tire destroyed the family home In the Midway Community near here. The fire was believed to have been caused by an overheated wood Notice to the Public: Modern Arts Studio (Formerly Thompson's) 418 West Main Street NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT tcrday. Homer Robinson told offl- . cers he lighted an oil stove and • left the building to return in 15 ' minutes to find the interior ablaze. Firemen confined the (Ire to the inside of the building. Annother Shipment.. . Baby Doll Wedge C Rlack Suede Brown Suede AAA to B $8.95 S H O E S WHY? Spend back-breaking, brow- perspiring days . . . enslaved by your washtub ... in an inadc(|ualcly heated, dismal unfinished basement? TRY! . . . bring your wash to our Laundry. At the drop of a hat . . . presto! Sparkle- Clean wash and linens. Betteh than, ever before! Blytheville Steam Laundry-Cleaners Pher»4418 UN Security Council To Hear Indian lam LAKE 80CCSES. N. Y. Jin 1 (UP)-A united NtUoai Security Council meeting U Khcduled lor next Tuesday to consider Indl«'» threat to Invade paklstftn tor allegedly giving aid to Modem raiders In the Indian state of Kashmir. India complained to the council late yesterday that the elate was guilty of an "act ot •*- Ki'csslon" In lending aid to th» raiders, said to number about 33000, and asked the counclr*to order Pakistan to desist. Russians Call Specialist To Treat Cancer Victim STOCKHOLM. Jan, J. (UP) _ Pro/. Ellis Berven, eminent Bw«- dlsh cancer specialist,, left by plan* today for Moscow where tw Hid ho had been summoned to auiit Soviet physicians with "« very «*r- knu case or cancer." He declined to reve/il Ihe name ot his llve patient. stove. In the yard at the time, th« family did not discover the flr» until the Interior was In flamea. Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN ItOO a.m. 12:45 p.m. |;3I m& the Eamy • SatnrtUy Thunder Mountain with Tim Holt Serial: "The Vigilante" Ne. If and Short Continuous Showing Saturday Sunday and Monday I'.-tramount Newi and Short C'ont. Showing- Sunday 1:1S-11:» Box Office Opens 6:30 Show Starts 6:45 Open* Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:1! Continuous Shows Sat. & Sun. Bargain Ninht Every Night Except Saturday N'o pawes honored on Sunday al Unxy Theatre Saturday Last Days of Boot Hill with Charles Starred Serial: "G-Men- No. 6 and Short Conl. Shows Sat. 11 a.m.-U:30 p.m. Sunday, Mondav Fox N'ewi and Selected Abort C'onl. Showing; Sunday 1:30-11 :•» Coming to the GEM THEATRE Blytheville, Ark. Saturday and Sanday Code of the Saddle with Johnny Mack Brawn Serial "Sea Hound" No. 15 and Car*^*? Cenl'd Shom Sat 12:3* to 11:1* Cent. Showing Suda? 1:M-U:M Admission Ada!ts lie. Tax laeL

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