The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 26, 1947 · Page 5
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SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1947 BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.T COURIER NEWS Emily Wilson, Society Editor Phone 461 Miss Roe Announces Plans; Will Wed Joe Evrard, Aug. 16 Miss Mary Sue Roe, whoso cnsiiKcmonl lo M sirens Joe Kvrard was iinnouncccl recently by her iwrails, today mnkc.s known tlio plans for her marriage. The. wedding will be solemnized* •—— August 16, 7:30 p.m. nt the f'ir.st Baptist Church with the Rev. K. C. Brown officiating. Miss Hoe will have her sister. Mrs. J. E. Clousc of Cookville, Tenn., as matron o( honor and Miss Jane Pratt o( Newport, Ark., as maid of honor. Bridesmaids will be Misses Betty Frances and Julia Ami Woodson, cousins of the bride and Miss Dorothy jean Hlgglnson. Marcus Bvrard will serve Ills son as best man. Ushers will be William H. McKenzie o[ Montgomery. Ala., Robert u Gardner and Jlohn Willis McKenzie of Pni-ngould and Dr. John E. Clotise of Cookville. Mrs. A. J. Sunnier of Memphis, vocalist, and Mrs. C. M. Smart, organist, will iurnish a program of nuptial music. In the three weeks preceding the wending many parlies hav» been planned for the popular young couple. The parties will teem today with a luncheon at Hotel Pcabody in Memphis gti'cn by Mrs. Charles Hodges and" Mrs. Cameron SpaHIng, followed by a shower at the home of Mrs. George Burkle on Center Drive with Mrs. J. A. Ward and Mrs. A. J. Sunnier all of Memphis as co-hostesses. Mrs. C. V. Sebaugh and her (laughter Mrs. Dale Brlggs will entertain with a shower July !9. Mrs. L. G. Nasil. Mrs. W. C. Hij- ginson. and Miss Dorothy Jean Hlgginson will have a dinner party on the night of the 30th. Mrs. John C. McIIaney, sr., Mrs. Joe W. McHancy and Mrs. E. R," Jnck- son will have a dessert bridge, August 1. On August 2, Mrs. W. M. Kc- Kenzie and Mrs. Phillips rtobir.- son will entertain with a tea a! the home of Mrs. Robinson. MisE 1 Jettye Huffman and Miss Ila Rogers will compliment Miss Roc with a dessert bridge on August 5, and Mrs. Hunter C. Sims and Mrs. Rodney Banister will entertain with a bridge party Thursday night. August t. On August 8, Mrs. Hermon Carlton and Mrs. Eugene Teaford will honor Miss Roe and Mr. Evrard with a buffet supper. Mrs. J. D. Peeples and her daughter, Mrs. Kelly Avery will have a luncheon on August 9 at their home in Memphis. On the morning of the 12th, Mrs. Chris Tompkins, Miss Frances Tompkins. and Mrs. Marlon Williams will entertain '.vith a party at the home of Mrs. Chris Tompkins at Burdette. Mrs. E. B. Woodson and Mrs. c. H. Peiin will have a dinner party on the night of the lath. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Evrard will entertain the wedding party with a rehearsal dinner the night preceding the wedding. Friends Compliment Miss Frances Little Bits of News PeSiAo.H.0,1 .. Mrs. B. G. dill and daughter. Miss Joyce Gill, of Doll, and Mrs. Large Group to Attend Legion Convention With Ihe Arkansas convention of the American l.oulon opening tomorrow in Illlle Koc-k, 5l> local I-euionnaire.s are planning to attend. K. N. Bhlvlcy, adjutant of Dud Cason post i.iid loday. c.luesl speakers for Jhe meeting will Include Governor Uen Limey, Mnvor Sam Wnssoll of I.lttlc Rock. Vast JrVulluiial Commander H. \V. Colmeiy. Hilt;. Gen. William E. lioufjher a net Arkansas Senator John L. McClellan. Department Commiinclrr j. Wesley Sampler will preside over IBOU i.eiilonnalrcs who In- Delegates Return ,Home After Assembly Blythevillc delegates to the ... ternationa! Assembly for Paragonld and Jonesborn districts of Methodist Church held July ai to July 25 at Hcndri.x College in Con way returned yesterday. They arc Lot- tic Pearl stilwel! and Jerry Jo Lcwip of Lake Street Methodist Church iln( | Bobby Edwards. Nancy Hamilton, Betty Frances Arney and "Sonny- Lackmann of First Methodist Church. Mr- and Mrs. M. C. Webb also attended t h c Assembly and served as counselors. Activities offered to intermediates included recreation, worship A series of parties bein, given for Miss 'Frances 'l/itCc. bi-ide-dlect of Dan Hughes Bell of Memphis, was con'xnticd last night when Mrs. Sanford Boone niul Miss Frances McHancy complimented Miss Little with a parly at the MoHaney home, Thc home was decorated with a profusion of mixed Summer flowers and gladioli. Miss Litd'c's are was marked with a white gladioli corsage. In thc games which were played Mrs. Joe iPride Ur. received high s^ote, Mrs, Spender Alexander, see- I Hoi ser they took M. W. Lewi.s have returned from I'"'c expected lo convene at Rouln -- - - • • •• • • son Memorial Audtloriur.i. Members <)f the lilylhevillc Auxiliary who will intend are Mrs. Ed Cook, historian of Arkansas clis- Dartmenl, Mrs. Marvin Lane, re- tlrlim president of Ihe local unit, Mrs N. J. Humphrey, president- elect, Mrs, J. M. Cleveland, Mrs. Mrs. C. S. Uas- ond, and Mrs. Sanford Shcllon „,„, rc i nlivcs ror the pasl five won bnds-o. j „,,,,. iicsl^ ^ rhc Rcv _ lmd pal- c <)e ami children will leave Monday Tor El Dcvado where Ihev will ^p cut i [scvrnir days with relatives and friend Sprii of baths. luid Mrs. Joe Shanks and family have as their quests [or a few days Mrs. Shanks' sislLM 1 , Mrs. H W. Wood aril and daughter, Janice, of Port Gibson. Miss. Mrs. Frank Seay and yop.s. Fnnk Jr., and Tr>rrmy. arc spending: E. W. Hurks. am scvcrni'. days in Memphis as guests Belt, of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hushes.' Amouu niythcvillc men who will Mr. Seaji will we tor down for them be prc.som are the following: II. I,. Sunday. | llalsell, si.. J. u. Smith, F. A, Dan Arney, son of Mr. and Mrs. White. C. A. Cunningham ,13. F D. H. Arney has relumed from Slewarl. c. p. Tompkins, 1)111 llud- Ilaviim, Cuba, and New Orleans son. Eddie Burks. K. u. Woodson. whM-c 'he has b?en visiting friends and OlH'.slei- Nnbcrs. thc | her The lieElejs presented of honor with silver in tern, Mrs. -Waller Heard of Newport was nn out-of-town guest, anil Mrs. T-:n 'A. I.ittfe, mother of the bride-elect was a special guest. A dessert coui-se was served Ihe hostesses. Jodie Nnbers, Ira Kooncc, John Hmnelte, Don Edwards, Murvin Mrs. n. B. Kletl- Lane. Murvin Chappell. c. J. Little, Oscar Fcndler. 'Marshall Ulnckard. J 11. Johnson, stcwnrl Freeman. , Ft. n. stout. [). E. Hcssic. j. M. ! Cleveland, and M. L. llalsell. Jr. Phebean Class Meets At Kelton Francis Home ' Phcbean Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church was entertained Thursday night at the Kelton Francis home when Mrs. Francis. Mrs. J. i;. Cain and Mrs. John Holman were hostesses with a covered dish supper. Mrs. L. H. Hay led the devotional for the 25 members present, and Mrs. Holman offered prayers. Mrs. Harvey Chapman, president of the class, was in charge of the business session when the class year took was discussed. Mrs. Herman Walls was presented a Rift from the class by Mrs. Theodore Logan. In games directed by Mrs. Hay, prizes were won by Mrs. Walls and Mrs. Henry Rosamond. * * • Mrs. Fisher Honored 1 With Surprise Party Mrs. H:\ltie Fisher was honored last night at an inform?,! surprise birthday party jgiven by her son. Bud Fisher, at 'their hcnit on Kentucky Street. - -Attending -the affair were 11 of Mrs. Fisher's friends. Smmer . flowers in an assortment cf colors were arranged in entertaining rooms. The dining table from [which refreshments were served was draped with a lace cl-Ah ai:d centered with American Bcar't-y roses. iRefreshir.citts of birthday cake and planch were served. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Worsley of Luxora. * * • Dance Given At Hut By 20th Century Club Hosts monthly "<=, M-s. «oy C. Turner Jr.. of Riy-| Jo( , S m,g B s if GP Uow C in' 'ctlovllle has arrived here lo srencl Cn ] ( [well. £ ' N .' s'hiv^ey lienry b > a week with,her aunt,. Mrs. W. W. D:lvl , Cr-Mon W'ule Jef . I Hawkins and Mr. uawl-Jns. M«- fries .Joe r"ans n W A CHm Turner Ls the .former Miss KW. ract l/ R ~h?r2 wlin.^^ A. Rice'. Carl Matlliews, Paul Money. Frank ~ 'Ss, W. J. Pollard, and Fred I Tlr-niy.is. Mrs. Clyde Richards of St. Louisj SEMe S"lS gc ^esro^i ~f • T and Mrs. Chades Hose and (am- Dl ™ ~ ^^""^ L^ l \1n -Plovd 'A. White is in Fara-lf"; William lienyman. Dick White, - • Arch Lindsay. J. li. P'ishcr. Jack p-ould her mother. Mr. W. Il.i Jours, who is critical j- i'.l. I :" 1 . lcy "f* 1 "-™"- T. P.' Dean, L. If. Mr. and Mrs. Jim'iiy Efl wards! Autry, o. \\>. Coppcdgc. Lnby Aland sen. Jimmy, have returned . k 'nson, au-.l Olcim Johnson. ' hcirre from a vacation i-pcnt, will! • II "u t relatives in Denver. C:>lo.. and oth- i «-°ve// Home IS vesper services. I rips to <.lhcr nearby colleges Thc'v a so nltcmlcd classes each day Ihe course taken by Lottie Poi ,,i and Betty Frances was "Ways Wi- Worship". Jcrl . y Jo w u were taught in "Oi.r n^niw"- c " rn " c " "' ""ow (o tj.s-e the Dible" and Bobby in " Clu . ist in the World Today." • • • Allar Sociely Meets | With Mrs. McKinrion and .sight-scning c| Church - and hostesses for the Twentieth Ccnltiry Club Mr inters IminacuTntc (ravcied to when Mrs. . •rained at her of Altar Society of Conception Church Manila dance at the Legion Hut Thursday nisjlit were Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Boonc. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bitt- ncr. Mr. and Mrs. Dill Young, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Boone. and Mr. and Mrs. James L. Brooks. Marigolds, daisies and other Summer flowers were arranged throughout the Hu( and on the refreshment table. In a brief business session held at intermission, the club decided to continue its dances through August and September. Among (lie eiccst-s were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McHaney. Mr. and Mrs. Utho Barnes, and Mr. and Mrs C P. Rambo. sister, Mrs. C. 11. Wrolen, and Mr 1 ;. J. A. Wrotcn. Mr. ana Mrs. VirRii Williams and dnutrbtcr. Janet Kay, Oiavc returned ito their home in O^allala. Nob., after spending a few days here as yncsts of Mr. and Mi.s. O. A. .Jones and fr.-nily. They also visited Mrs. Williams' parents in B'vmg City. Mo. Condition of Mrs. Grovcr V.h- ley, who underwent a major ooora- tion yesterday alterncion . at Memphis Baptist .Hospital, i s , exccllejit. Mr.. Ashley, who • accotnnaniefl her to the hospital Thursday, plans to return lion^c tomorrow. Mrs. Charles Rny N'ewcomb, ill at Memphis Baptist Hospital, is Bob |Ora.:r.er. IDridge guests who ir.'aycd vvilli club memiiers were Mrs. C .13. Dean and Mrs. Charle.1 P. Hale. Mrs. 'H, J. iHaPc was winner of l>it*h score. Picardy gladioli and Summer flowers in mixed colors were used as decorations. Iced drinks were served during the much improved and probably be able to be brought home the first part of next week. At The Hospitals BI.YTHEVILLE HOSPITAL Admitted: Mrs. L. S. Hiirtzog, city. Mrs. Carlton James, city. • Ed Foster, city. Virginia Chambcrlin, Hayti, Mo. -Steve Slnten, city. Dismissed: Mrs. Rene George, city. Mrs. Paul Sawyers and ha by, city. W. N. Stewart, city. Mnxlnc Overman, city. Frances Wilson, city. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: J. C. Dobbs. Manila. John Brigeins. Manila. William Allen Buchanan, ntc. 1. city. Mrs. Bill Turner. Luxora. BAPTIST HOSPITAL, Memphis Dismissed: Mrs. C. R. Ncwcomb. city. Osceo/o News Mrs. C. B. Porin. who Is a pn- Ucnt in Memphis Mrthodlsl Hos- ,)ital where she is undeiHoing treatment this week, is much Improved. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert ShlpiJ liavu as their guests this weekend will I Mr " "'"' Mrs - J - M - Cockrill of Little Rock. Mrs. Palmer Stanton Is spendlni! this week in New Orleans as guest of friends and relatives. i Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith are on | a two weeks vacation in California i and other points nn the West Coast. W. J. Driver Sr., who has been seriously ill in Memphis Methodist [ Hospital, is improving. Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Harwarg have returned to their home from n two weeks stay in New York. Osceolans who arc .itlcmllng the baseball games in St. Louis this weekend arc Mr. and Mrs. Ben P, Butler Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Ben P. Butler Jr., Mr. aiu; Mrs. Guy Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. Prank williams Mr. and Mrs. rt. j. Gillespic. Mr. and Mrs. Scarcy Mears, and Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Mears. Miss Wilma Lou Clinton left Monday night for a two weeks vacation in Washington. D C., where she will visit her sister. Miss Barbara Clinton, and Miss Peggy Dui;an. Miss Barbara Clinton will accompany her home for a month's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Clinton. There was n one-'wnv street in Pompeii, the Kalian city destroyed by the eruption of Mount. Vesuvius in 79 A. B. Club Is Entertained By Mrs. Leon Scherer Mrs. Leon aohcrcr entertainc.l! |) ^^' l ^"°^ ^-^ W1 , ^55JE.-a.i:!ass-;-Jar«. n -^- Afrs. Joe Travis and Mrs. CONGRESS FACE Fashion 'NEW YORK l.NEA)—CoVlirs that climbed the ntrcks of 19lh century dandies will lower from reni- inlnc threats this fall. Neckwear rpniicd by Dickens' dandies in u,e days of 1,1s "Great Expccliitions 11 has' Inspired a <••»- lar fashion which has broken o'.a like a rash in fall coTeclions. Whls collar. In which a face can UK coyly hidden, rises from blouses, gilcls. dresses, coats and suits. Examples of what a dandy's up- juUtng cot'ar can c io 'to distinguish conts pnd suits are shown above. On. the suit of \wlce-colored wool at ''left. I here's a black Pei-sInn lamb collar wired lo stand up on Its own. The exaggerated cut udits way Jacket. wh);'h desUiiior 1'aill rs cdiiihlncs wllh a peu-loppi'd nn ( | i\ b;u-k-buUoncd bluck Tlie Dickenslan collar cces hij-'h, wide and handsuiiii- on Ihe tlght- boill.Td |:i'lnr(\s.H ccat of seiirlei wwl in rli;Jil. -iihts coal, nlso Pan rai-n:s-(lr.si«ncd, |ls cnsemlrled will a ran-.slvrved dress of sheer Wad wool. —KI'SIK KINARIk, NliA 1'n.shlim Editor Coming Events MONDAY W. M. S. of First illnptl.Tl Chnrr-1, meeting in circle groups at home of, the following ladles: Circle 1. Mrs. ,N. (W. Brlghmn; Clicle 2. Mi4 C. E. Johnson; Circle 3, Mrr;. J..'T. Wcslbrcok; Circle 4, Mrs. Don Haley; ClrcCc 6. Mrs. Roy Head: Circle 0. Mrs. J. C.. .Humes. Y. W. A. meeting at 7:M p.m. at home of MjLss Catherine Graham. TUESDAY Mrs. C. V. Scbauiih and Mrs. Dale Hriggs will honor bride- elect, Miss Mary Sue Hoe wllh shower. -i Calvary Baptist YWA . meeting at thc chinch at 0:30 p.m. Mrs. Bell Ollbow hostess (o Avalon Bunco Club. Mrs. Graham Sudbury hostess lo Club Eight. WEDNESDAY Mrs. L. G. Nash, Mrs. W. C. Hlgglnson and Miss Dorothy Jean Hlgglnson will honor Miss Mary Sue Roe with R dinner party. Mrs. Robert A. Porter nhrl tinr mother, Mrs. B. A. l.yii-ii will entertain with a brcakfuA party at the Lynch home compliment- Ing Miss Frances Little ( THURSDAY : Jolly Eight Club meeting with Mrs. Ncvlll nlakcmore. ' Party complimenting Mist Prnjj- ces Little to be given by Mr. and Mrs. Ulan Heath. FRIDAY Mrs. Pant Byruni hostess (o mc-n- ncrs of the OBC Cli;b. Itinn. The House comijlctcd couJrel- slcnal action on a unificaiion bill yesterday . There was a lot more evidcnw ol ibl-rjartissn cooperation en for- ra?n policy. Congress a arced In provide «00,OCO,COO for Mr Tru- man.s stop-Communism program in Greece and Turkey. But toward <hc close of |),P .session, (hern V.CI-K Increased demands am-mi: nepnhTican, for ., ,., nsc , r ,.,,„., „„ tic administration-* i,..,-ci K n aid dc- HI - BOYS and GIRLS! Moving pii'.lurt'K will be lnkcn ol' nil Ixiys mid Rirln li MIC r.l.vlhuvilk' SwiinniiiiK |'o,,] |V,, m | : i{() L o 2:30 Sinidny at'lcniiion. Pii-lui-un will be shown ut Uic Hit/, I'lu'aloi' by "llotiic Town Jluvic" SOON! Every 9 'til 1 Air Conditioned Mirror Room EL NOBLE Adm. 60t Incl. Tax Livestock ST. GUIS NATIONAL,STOCK- ' YARDS, July 26. (UP),_Livesu>cI(: Hogs u.O: (reaikot st<yidy , wjth eurly yesterday; Ion 2JOQ. Compared with, last Friday. barro«,<T and gilts 160 to 260 Jbs, steely, llgliter kinds, 50 to: 75c -higher;' 'eights over 2CO Ibs, mostly' SCc wer; .sows, 50; to »J JiliHer."."; Caltle 60; calves 50. Earmarked or Monday with last week, 1 .-.u.iuitj, «i,i,ji ion*/ WCUK, Slau^n- steei-s and heifers mostly fcten-""" with sonic Jlrmucfs on i'cod' " [ choice grades, and weakness . w-irniion kinds. Oc*'S steady to 63 lilfther; spots nip 5Cc on cutter- ml canucis. (Bulls, ntcady to 25c owcr; vcalers. $1.00 lower,. Wectit prices, choice 1113-lb Btecr«-"» ; choice 073-jiDund yeaiHn? .' s. :WK>; choice F54-li> steer) heifer yearlines. 29.-50; choice .. • JPl-lb heifers 28.50; good cows, ••8.50, Go:d heavy beef.bulls, 11.63; ., lood saustiKe bnrtls, n.CO- • choke — rollers K01 with late sales $24.00 lown. auks (or week, good and •'• choice steers, 23.25-29.oi).' iViediu'-ri'" ' steers 2I.CO-M.50; , in.-rudini; . i2 i of western'; at 21.25-2450; common 10.75-19.50- hulk rtll"' .curs. 22CO-29.CB; K ood «nd choice elfcr.s and mixed yearlings, 2515?; medium -18.60-2-1.00; cc.'n- non I5.CO-17.CO; gotxl Ijcef co\V;V' JCO-IBIO; cmiMiton and inedluin,... IJ.2S-15KC;. otinncru and cutters ISO-12.50; ucncl beef bulls 17.00I7.SO: iiicdhvn ito good sausage nils, H.50-I7.CO; KOOd and choice . i. iB.&n-zj.ii!): ' conunon". an,l ; . mrdiuui 12.01-18.50. n ml ew In Shipment of Bassinettes Just Arrivedl TOT SHOP 110 So. 2nd St. . Plume 2308 "'• Continued from Page 1. por cent rtiicrcaies In rents. \A major triumph for the president on domestic issues was his request for Army-Navy unifica- cookies for roTrcshnicnls. In samra played n. numbers Miss Rc^cmarv Chi d .was awardn.1 the Allar Saciety Announcement 'Rev i val Sf rviccs \v ill b erg i n io- liiorroiv .il 'tlic Lone O«ik Baptist Church, the Rev. W. J. Garner, Immediate Delivery NOTICE Our store will be closed Monday and Tuesday Open Wednesday. A Gould's Automatic Water System Gires you the most for your dollar Farmers Terms Part this Fall-Part Next Fall HARDWARE CO. Inc. HOME OF FAMOUS Bff~AMDS 126 V*.MAIN ST. PHONE 515 DINE IN COMFORT ENJOY THE FINEST FOOD IN THE COOL, FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE OF OUR DINING ROOM FEATURED SUNDAY DINNER $125 COFFEE SHOP Continuous Showa ' Every Day- ..., llox Office Opens 1:45 Slmw Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN " • a.m. 12:4S p.m 4:3» D Saturday Little Mr. Jim v ! . . t . , -I. -,-.,( with "llutcli" .Irnklns !<n'd '•••'•' Frnnriu Clfrnrcl Urrlill ".Inch ArmstroilK" No. 7 Cuiit'il Shows Sal. 12:30 to 41:30,., 5 — _~_ : i Sunday and Monday Paramount News and Short? , Continuous Showing Sunday 1:15-11:00 Bo* Office Opens nt 7:00 p.m. Show Starts 7:15 p.m. OPTUS Sunday 1:00; Starts I:JS, f'onUnnnus Shows Sat. and Smi Bargain Night Every Night Eicepi' Satarilar -• ' • No passe* honored on Sunday *•* the Roxy. • Saturday Wanderer of Wasteland with ames Warren anrt Audrey Long Serial "Chick Carter" N'o. II ' and Short Confd Shows Sat. 12:30 to 11:39... Sunday and Monday ' SUCKER... OR POWELL-WILLIAMS .HOODLUM SAINT F«x News and Continuous Showtatc

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