The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 6, 1948 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 6, 1948
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHE VILLB (ARK.)' COURIER XEWi TUESDAY, MNTJART «, 194S oce ety, W Phone 4461 Miss Hope Whitworth'i Engagement Is Announced Mn. 3. W. Whltworth today tn- nounc** the engagement and ap- protchlng marriage of her daughter, Miss Hope Whltworth to Elwood Decn, son of A. 5. Decn and the late Mrt Deeu. The ceremony will be solemnized Sunday alternoon. February 1, at the First Methodist Church with the Rev. Allen D. Stewnrt, pastor, officiating. Miu Whltworth was graduated from Blytheville High School where she participated in various school activities, and now is employed by Arkansas Grocer Company. Mr. Deen was graduated Jrom Blvihevllle High School and is now connected with the H. W. Lay and Co., of Memphis. • • • Christian Church Women Meet At Bamett Home Vliss Shepherd Becomes Bride of C. W. Hudson Mrs. Tlic'.ma shepherd announced today the marriage of her daughter. Miss Joan Shepherd, to O. W. Hudson ol Promised Land. The wedding was «olemnlzed Dec, 23 at Hernando, Miss. Mrs. Hudson Ls a graduate of Blytheville High School. Prior to her marriage, she was employed at the Sears-Roebuck Co. In Memphis. Mr. Hudson Is attending Barber School In Memphli. They are making their home temporarily In Memphis. Dinner Dance Is Given For Dell Supper Club Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gill and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Oldham were host and hostess to the Dell Supper Club with a dinner dance Saturday night at the Legion Hut. ;,, The Hut was attractively decorated with crepe paper streamers In The Woman's Missionary counci viv |<| shades and balloons of bright of the First Christian Church m«ti co iors and odd shapes were sus- yesterday. 2:30 p.m., at the home} p en dcd from the chandeliers and of Mrs. W. T. Barnett, with Mrs.| the beams. The innntol held the let- j. p. Oarrott as co-hostess. i terlng "Happy New Year." Mrs. A. R. Wctenkamp prcsldcdj Dinner was served at large tables at the meeting. The devotional- tables arranged in horseshoe shape was given by Mrs. John C. Me-; , ln< | covered with white linen cloths. Haney, whose topic was. "Up On; T | lcy hc i ri as centerpieces, mlnla- Original Ground." Her scripture! u , rc M , mvmPn banked with green- reading was John:ll-14. 1 e| . v Mrs. Cecil Lowe gave a study Guests other than members who course,' "New Ways for a New] attended the .affair were Mr. and Day," taken from Willis Lamott'sr Mrs. Leonard Oldham and Mr. and book. "Committed Unto Us." Aj Mrs. Cm! Martin of Blytheville and Bits of News Women's Auxiliary M*«tc cecj=£HjA, Ark., Jan. 8.—The Women's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian Church met, in circle groups yesterday. Circle. One met it the home of Mr«. c. E. Sulllnger with Mrs. G. W. Hlggln* in charge of the program. "How Do I Treat People" was the title of the program in which Mr*., George Edrlngton participated. Circle Two met at the home of Allen Seagravei. Mrs. R. c. Bryan was In charge of the program on ' the same subject ax Circle One, A social hour followed each meet- Ing. Every Ladder Has an End list of things the council win con-] Mr . , nd „„. Noble dtfl , Mr Mr ; nm Mrs. House Harp and Mrs, C. A. Tant are spending the day In Memphis. Mrs. Basil Locke and children returned to their home lii Baicersville, Calif., after spending the holidays with her mother, Mrs, Lin» Hesi and other relatives, Mrs, Hess accompanied them to St. Lonts, Mo. and will return home Thursday. Cadet. Sgt. David Moore ha.s returned to Castle Heights Military Academy, Lebanon, Tenn., after spending the holidays with his mother, Mrs. N. M. Moore and family. Cadet Moore has recently been chosen as a member of the honor society of the Castle Height Military Academy. Mrs. Harry H. Lcvilch and son, Ronald, have returned from a weeks visit In Memphis with friends and I relatives, 'they were Joined in Memphis New Yfai.s Day by Mr. Levitch. Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Short are the . parents of a .son born January 1, at Walls Hospital. He has been named Noal Stevlns. They have one other child, Anita Joy. G. C. Hawks and son, Randall, are spending the day In Memphis. Mlw AiiRie Hood .her sister, Mrs. P. L. Reed and brother, Robert Baptist W. M. U. Meets OSCEOAL, Ark., Jan. 6.—The Baptist Women's Missionary Union met yesterday afternoon, 2:30 o'clock, at the church, with Mrs. Jettlc Driver, president, In charge. Plans for the new year were made, voted on and completed by the 35 members present. Mrs. J. J. RobcrLs gave the devotional and the meeting was closed with prayer Dr. i Ills Will Speak OSCEOLA, Ark., Jan. 6,—Dr. Matt L. Ellis, Methodist Conlprencc Lay Leader and president of Hcndnx College, Con way, will lie gucsi speaker at the meeting of the men of the Methodist Church tonight at the church. Dinner will be served promptly at 7 o'clock by members of the Wco- Icyan Guild. E. H. Prewilt. , After the dinner a short business , session was held and the following young | o (ii ce r selected: Russell Gill, presi- J. C. ; dent; Hnrold Knop, vice-prcsldcut; »nd during the study course, Mrs. Garrott gave a list of harmful Influences and helpful Influences of] Blytheville, insofar as our people are concerned. Mrs Ellis talked on the subject, "Evan-j B CII Henderson, secretary-treasurer; gclistlc Alms for the New Ycar.'V all( ( Mls . Herman Kochler, reporter. The meeting closed with a mis-j . ... stonary benediction after whljhi L . • n i »« the hostesses served R salad platej CXCCUtlVe Board (VleetS n-ith coffee. Officers Are Elected By Episcopal Auxiliary At Presbyterian Church Plans were made . , i __. tcrnoou when the Executive Board ' rock Sr. of the Women's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian Church met at Mrs. O. O. Hardaway was elected i the church for observance of the to serve as president of the Woman's Foreign Mission Study Season which Auxiliary of St. Stephens Episcopal wUI bc 6 ln January 26. Church at a meeting held last night Mls - E - A - Rlce ' secretary for the foreign missions of the church, will be in charge. Mrs. C. M. Gray, president, was gia and Florida. Mr. and Mra. Jack O'Keete -are t the parents of a daughter born \ Saturday night at Memphis Baptist Hospital. She has not yet been i named. Mm. O'Keefe Us the former ] Miss Evelyn Burns, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Burns. Perry Rothroclc Jr., who Is a student at Columbia Military Academy, Columbia, Mo., will return to .school tomorrow after spending the Christmas holidays here with his yesterday af-j parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Rolh- Order of the Rainbow To Receive Charter The Order of the Rainbow for girls will hnve a meeting this afternoon 4:30 at the Masonic Hall, It was announced today by Mrs. W. c. Colston, advisor. Following the meeting a supper will be served by the order ot the Eastern Star. At 8 o'clock tonight, the Assein- i bly ol Rainbow will have an inlt- atlon ceremony, at which time. Seth Rectl of Clarksvillc. who is Supreme Deputy for Rainbows of Arkansas, will present the Blythe- j vIHe Assembly with their charier. | All Masons and Eastern Star arc I invited to attend. RECORDING STUDIO Airport News Flt«n M«Un« ontnlutlon of » pilot* club htr* todir tre awaiting reply from a ilmllar group In Little Rock, which hai been asked or a copy of iti constitution. When the capital city's pilot* lub constitution arrives, It U exacted that groundwork for a club here will continue. The possibility 'f a piloU club for Mississippi bounty filers hi* the support of many aviation enthusiast* here. Ira Oil) flew lo Texarkuna last week In a Cessna 140. Olen Hsrdwick of Beardstown, HI. Cessna 1«; J. K. Orlffln of Manila, Cessna; C. H. Been of Memphis, Cessna; J. M. Tlnfler of NATTC, Memphlt, Cessna. Transient pilot* who landed here ast week Included the following: William Barnes of West Memphis, Juscombe; Ernest Jones of Dyersburg, Tenn,, Taylorcraft; Howard H. Smith of Williamsport, Pa., Bonanza; Frank Eggers of Patterson Field, O., L-1& Aeronca; Lee Leary of San Diego, Calif., Stinson; C. W Halen of West Memphis, Luscombe; Marriage Ltcenset The following couple obtained marriage licenses yesterday in the office of Miss Elizabeth Blythe, county clerk. Louie Cooper and Mis* GladjM GrIHIn, of Manila. William Hambright and Miss Bertha Marie Willingham, of Blythi- vllle. across the Atlantic for visits to Manchester. England, center of the BrttUh cotton Industry, and to ParU, fashion capital of the world. The tour is capped by a Maid of Cotton, ball In Washington and a Maid of cotton Day at the Memphis Cotton Carnival in May. The 1947 cotton maid -Hilm'a Seay of Memphis—called It a fairyland of fantasy, and the 22 pretty finalists for the title agreed. Each waited and hoped that the magic wand would touch her. Arkansas contestants are: Marie Parker of Hot Springs, and Christine Traicoff of Marlanna. Hearing it Scheduled for Prowltr Suspect A preliminary hearing for Phfl- lip Klmbro, Blytheville Negro shol here last month by a tourist court operator. Is scheduled for tomorrow in Municipal court, Kimbro face* charges of burglary and grand larceny. Klmbro recently recovered from five bullet wounds Inflicted when he was caught in a tourist court cabin by the owner, C. Abraham of Blytheville. Mr. Abraham, waited in the dark for a suspected prowler, emptied a .45 caliber revolver at the Negro early Dec. It. Kimbro's capture was believed to have cleared up a year-long wave of tourist court and residence, burglaries here. On the market is a new machine; for Inspecting small metal object* i by means of tnelr i™* 1 "^ P r °Pf rt !«' "»™» P'«« «• »"tom.t. Ically thrown out. Kitty Kallen, popular band vocalist, has successfully reached the top of the recording ladder, but—that's all. sister! The ban on union musicians making recordings doesn't affect Kitty personally —vocalists aren't unionized—but if she wants to make a record now she'll have lo accompany herself on the musical comb. Read Courier News Want Ads. at the home of Mrs. E. R. Mason ' Mrs. A. Q. Shlbley Is retiring president. i Mrs. Frank Grcer was named vice president of the organization, Mrs. S. S. Patterson Is the new secretary and Mrs. Mason was reelected treasurer. , A social hour followed the business session and refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted her mother, Mrs. Emma Nolen. . • • Methodist W.S.C.S. Meets At Lake Street Church The Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Lake Street Methodist Church, met yesterday afternoon mt the church for their regular business meeting. Mr«. H. H. Belvins gave the devotional and Mrs. George Stilwcll president, was in charge of the brief' business session at which plans were made for the supper to be given next Monday night the. church. The meeting was dismissed v prayer. Wilson H, Bohanning has returned to the University of Arkansas, Fayettevllle. after spending the holidays here with his mother, Mrs. Ira Bohanning. Gerald Blomcycr has returned to Coming Events Social Calendar Tuesday La Neuva club meeting with Miss Mary Adah Robinson. Southern Beauties in Memphis For Selection of Maid of Cotton By William J. rox land o' cotton were In Memphis to- (Unltrd Press Staff Correspondent) day for the finals of the 1941 Maid MEMPHIS. Tenn.. Jan. 6. (UPi- of Cotton contest. The loveliest beauties from the j The 22 finalist5 wju mRtch brains land beauty, talent and charm tonight In the beauty contest which j ranks second only to the Miss .'.merica pageant, as they vie to become cotton's ambassador of Power Company Employes Entertained With Dance and Mrs. E. Mr. i P. Blomeyer. He is in charge of the business meeting, t student at Mississippi' State Coland Mrs. Ross Stevens gave the dc- | cg e. votionnl on the subject of "Enlarge Mrs. Ray Mann and daughters, Our Hearts." Becky and Lynn, formerly of Dun- dec, Miss., have arrived to spend a_ month here with Mrs. Mann's Baptist W. M. S. Meets For Business Session G. E. 0. Club Meets With Miss Vera Goodrich The Womcns Missionary Society of the First Baptist Church met yesterday afternoon at the church lor their/ regular business meeting. Mrs. W. M. Williams, preslden',, presided during the meeting. Devotional was given by Mr«. C. L. McWaterA, who chose a* her topic. "The Eternal Purpose of God". Mvs. Charles Pcnn gave the op- i spending the holidays cning prayer and Mr§. Roy Head, I her parents, Mr. and the closing prayer. parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Byo- mcycr. Miss Billlc Louise Galncs has returned to Memphis, where she attends the Memphis Academy of Arl.<i after spending the holidays here with her parents. She was accompanied there by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Gaines and her ! J8n , 1 . e f sliter, Miss Mary Pra cos Gaines. Miss Frances Fields who attends Draughan'a Business College In j Memphis, has returned there after Baker Wilson. Elliott Fletcher Chapter of (lie U. D. C. will meet for luncheon at 1 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Roland Green. 1 The Jayceettes will jncet,, at the Clubfoom at' 7:30 p.m.* > Thursday Luncheon .Club meeting with Mrs. Byron Morse. Mid-Week O!ub meeting with Mrs. J. Louis Cherry. Thursday Contract Club being entertained by Mrs. Edgar Borum. Octette Club meeting Jr. with Mrs. Mrs. Woolen Is Elected President o{ Circle Mrs. B. W. Woolen was elected president of the Business Women's Circle Eight of the Baptist Church when they met last night at th« home of Mrs. John Buchanan. Other officers elected to serve with her are, Mrs. Vesta Rowen, MlK Vcra Goodrich was hostess 1 vlcc-prcsldcnf. Mrs. Ivan R. Van- list night to members of the o.j Patten, program chairman-. Mrs. here with Mrs. J. J. Fields. Mr. and M". T. I. Seay and Mr«. Forrest Moore and daughter, Sandra, are spending today In Memphis. Mr, and Mrs. Bill Godwin, who were married last month in Milwaukee. Wise., have returned from their wedding trip and will make j their home In Blytheville. Mrs. Godwin Is the former Miss Wilma Bertz of Milwaukee and Racine, Wise. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Day of Don- Iphan, Mo., have arrived to spend Cluub members. Civic Calendar Tuesday Lion's Club—12:15 p.m. Amcrclan Legion—1:30 p.m. American Legion Auxiliary—8:00 p.m. '. Wednesday Kiwanls—12:10 p.m. Thursday Rotary—12:10 p.m. Arkansas-Missouri Power Com- I goodwill. .pany employes of Blytheville. to- ! An annual hunt for the -sweetest gethcr with a large number of out- | advertisement for the South's sta- of-town guests were honored Sat- pie crop, the Cotton Maid Contest urday night with their annual • is sponsored by the National Cot- Christmas dinner dance. Appro*- i ton Council in conjunction with imatcly 175 attended the affair 'the Cotton Exchanges of Memphis, which began at 7 o'clock. New Orleans and New York. ; The Woman's Club was attrac- \ The lucky maid\ will carry the tively decorated with multi-colored I message of cotton on an interna- j crtpe.paper streamers and gay bal- \ tipnal tour of 35,000 miles across ; loons', together with the traditional : the United States, Great Britain i Christmas greenery. j and France. : The refreshment table from which ' Pared from an originally large the buffet dinner was served was j entry list, the remaining 22 hall ^covered with a white cloth and j from Tennessee, Alabama, North held as a centerpiece pale blue and South Carolina, Texas, Louis- I tapers burning in crystal candcla- I iana. Arkansas, Mississippi and [ bra, and banked witli greenery. j Kentucky. | J. V. Dates, district manager, was The girls range in age from 19 J °l'y i general chairman for the affair, to '24. Every one has finished or Is .Ilss Camilte Robinson was chair- : now attending college, each paints man of the refreshment commit- ! or sings or dances. Most speak &ev- cc. Mrs. Charles Ray Ncwcomb. ; oral languages. All have been coach- .he serving committee and Mrs. ed In modeling techniques. Wliliam McCaughey, decorations. Osceolo Events Tuesday Men of the First Methodist Church meeting nt the church at 7:00 p.m. 4 table supper club meeting at the home of Mrs. John W. Edrlng- ton at 7:30 p.m. Girls and Boys basketball, Kclsor At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Gerald Grimes and baby, city. Mrs. Willlard Evans and baby, city. Lester Lilly, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Alvln Huffman, city.- Johnny White, city. Notice to the Public: Modern Arts Studio (Formerly Thompson's) 418 Wcit Main Street NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT ARE YOU DISCOURAQEDs because you suffer distress from EMAU COMPLAINTS which mikes you NERVOUS, HIGH-STRUNG on such dayt? Are you troubled by dlBtrest ol female functional monthly disturbance* which maXea you suffer from pain, feel ao nervous, cranky, restless, wenlc—Rt inch tlnie»? Then. DO try Lydla E. Flnkh&m't Vegetable Compound to relieve iuch aymptomst . In a recent medical test It proved remarkably helpful to women. troubled thLa way. Why don't you get Bm»rt »nd try It yourself? Pink ham's Compound U what Doctors call a ulerlne sedative. Tfc 1ms n grand aoothlng tffect on on* of woman'* moiC important orpan*. Taken refrularly—Plnkham'a Compound helps build up r«Iiunc« mgatntt tuch duurwi. Xt'a a EM a. treat stomachic tonic I ,10] K: Or jo* BUT prrfVr I.VRIA E. PINK HAM'S TABLETS with -Hd^ Iron. 'Lydia E. Pinkham's VEGETABLE COMPOUND ' Club Members, Guests Entertained Yesterday cers, a program «a« presented-on- | consl ,i tc d a specialist. der the direction of Mrs. Fletcher! Mr . Bnd Mrs . Jiic k Hale have their wedding trip Tagua mils furnish vegetable ivory which competes successfully with synthetic materials in the manufacture of buttons. The day after the winner is chosen, she'll be off to New York for the ultimate grooming which precedes her ifit«rnational tour. Dining the next 30 days (he cotton maid of '48 will remain in the northern metropolis. She'll asseiu- ble a wardrobe of specially created I cotton gowns and fabrics, receiving additional modeling instructions, ' appear on radio and television shows and be interviewed and entertained. By February she'll be set (or her lour. She'll visit 40 cities In this I country and abroad, modeling cotton clothes and beguiling audiences with Southern charm. In March Air nance will fly her Kin I The hostess served refreshments. Mrs. Foy Ekhteson was hostess and Mrs. Dick Watson, co-hostess, yesterday afternoon when they en- i tertalned members ol the Hacha- homa Bridge Club and three guests. Mrs. Joe Hamby, Mrs Fiances Oammill and Mrs. Dorothy Bailey, »t the Watson home on Chcrrv St. In the bridge games played. Mrs. Watson won high and Mrs. Hamby, second. Refreshment. 1 ; of hot dogs, potato chips and iced drinks were served by the hosttsscs at the individual 'tables. ! Methodist W.S.C.S. Meets returned from to poinUi of Interest along the Quit Coast. They will make their home on their plantation near Blytheville. Condition of Mrs. Essie Davis, who has been seriously 111 for the At Church for Program OSCEOLA, Ark., Jan. 6. — The Woman's Society of Christian Ser- j past week at Blylhevllle Hospital, vice of the First Methodist Church ! is much improved. Mr. and Mr.s. Guy Trlslcr »rc' the parents o; a daughter born last I with | met at the church yesterday 20 members present. Mrs. Roland Boothe was In charge ot Ihc business meeting and Mrs. F. O. Gwyn was in charge of the PhiUthea class nf ihe First Baptist church will beet at the church at 7 o'clock. Two table club meeting at the home ot Mrs. Bcarcy Mcars. Friday Assoclational workers conference at the First Baptist church beginning at 10 a. n\ ' [ Two table club meeting at the! home of Mrs. J. H. Lovcwcll at 2:00 p.m. Basketball game. Gosuell vs. Os- night at Skallers Clinic. Their first ceola. here. 8:00 p.m. child she has not yet been named. — Mrs Trisler Is the former Miss I program on the subject of "That i Nancy Klrshner. ' Thou Way May Be Known", with i Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cole have re- Mrs. Ed Wiseman, Mrs. Me »,n | turned home after spending several i Waggoner. Mrs. H. C. Couchman I day's in Mississippi. Louisiana and and Mrs. Boothe. participating. j Texas. rum Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN 8:00 a.m. 12:15 p.m. 4:30 p.m. the Rosy DELIVERY SERVICE BE LUXE = We have four deliveries daily Monday through Friday 9:30 a.m., 11:00 a.m., 2:30 p.m., 5:00 p.m. Saturday Deliveries at— 9:30 a.m., 11:00 a.m., 2:30 p.m., 5:00 p.m., and 8:00 p.m. flTY SUPER MARKET lOf W«t M«in —W* D.liv.r Phon* 2668 Bon Office Opens 6:30 Show Starts 6:45 Open* Sundiy 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. & Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday N« passes honored nn Sunday ai Roxy Theatre Tuesday and Wednesday NANCY COIEMAN • ARTHUR KENNEDY MU[ MM V.HII1Y • '.iCIOR FKMICW AUo Short* •j Also Short .subjects Wednesday & Thursday Friday ROMANTIC RIOT ,.. i tr t V ...llllYmLK • MY HUMS HHTCWNPOII-UHWIT SklllS > DOM KHUY nMvcM. 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