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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 5, 1947
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PAGivTYkO BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1947 Emily Wwson, Society Editor Phone 461 Dessert Bridge Honors Miss Mary Sue Berryman .Initiating the series of events complli entitig Miss Mary Sue Berryman, bride-elect of Alvlii Howard Graham of Sleele and Caruth- ersvllle, Mo., was Ihe dessert bridge given last night by Miss Shirley Barham at the home of her grandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs. George Bar-j ham, 1308 West Hearn St. I Miniature Jloral arrangements centered the small tables at which the 12 guests were seated. Handmade bridal figurines stood beside each place card. Miss Berryman's r i " D M 7 chair was lied wilh a white satin |r 01' Lee Koy 1V1OO1C, / ond a pink satin pillow wasi placed in it. Summer flowers in as-] Leo Roy Moore celebr-ni- sorted colors were arranged through-1 .seventh bii thday Suliimny Tri-Delta Rush Party Discussed by Alumnae The annual Delia Delia Delln August rush pally was discussed last night nt a Trl-Delln Alumnae Meeting at Hie home of Mrs. Eugene Tcnfor<l en North Division Street. A profusion of gladioli inlurmln- Bled wllh mixed Summer flowers decorated entertaining rooms. The hostess served refreshments or iwd drinks and cookies. Birthday Party Given ufter- put the entertaining rooms, In bridge games following the dcs- serl course, Miss Frances Shouse received high score. Miss Berrynwn was presented a vase in cranberry ware by her hostess, j Among the gucsLs were Mrs. U. A. Berryman. mother of the guest of hoiio'r, and Mrs. U. W. Mnllins, sister of Mr. Graham. Miss Barham was assisted In serving by her grandmother. 10011 Bugg. cunt. Mrs H. A. nlcrlainod wiin u parly In his honor on the lawn nf her hcinc on Chickiisnwba Avenue. The guests enjoyed :i horse.simw when Bob Ensly imrt Ills educated horse, "Little Joe.' entertained, The guests .il>;o look rider, on tlnre Game pri/cs weiv \, f o!i by Char- llo Jean Harris, Judy UliilHi: Mickey Forrest ini«l Roy Kellers. The hostess served liostei drinks and cuke. Bits of News I Miss Graham Hoste?s To Baptist Auxiliary Miss Catherine Graham was hos- less lasl night at First Baptist Church to members of the Young Woman's Auxiliary of the church. Other than the 12 members present were two visitors, Mrs. Jack Wngnon and Miss Louise Steel. The program was a chapter token from the book on prayer entitled "Pray Ye" and taught by Mrs. Wng- non. Miss Marion Mayes presented comical songs and the hostess served watermelon. Christian Church Women Meet for Mission Study Mrs. I. O. Weslbrook and Mrs. n. L.. Dedman were hostesses at their home yesterday afternoon to members of the Missionary Study Group of the Woman's Council of First Christian Church. Mrs. A. R. Wetenkamp presided at the business meeting and Mrs George Barhnm led the devotional. Her subject was "Wells of Living Water" and her scripture lesson was taken'from the book of Proverbs. Mrs. R. S. Bnird accompanied at the piano when the group sang "Oh, Master Let Me Walk With Thee." Following Ihe prayer of dedication, i Hoiiseparty Discussed ,Ai Missionary Meeting I When .Circles One nnd Two of Ihe Woman's Missionary Society of Cnlvary Baptist Church met yesterday afternoon al the clmren, plans for the Young Woman 1 :: 'Auxiliary honseparty were disciiKS- ed. The ItousepaiLy will be heKl Aug. 12. Mrs. Dnrrell Luiisforil, prcs'ilent. was in charge at the business session and reports were given by Mrs. John Holmes and Mrs. Knv- mond Bclknnp. Mrs. Currn Pniltl led both the opening and closint! prayer. Guild Meeting Held At Weldon Nebel Home The Women's Guild of First Lutheran Church met yesterday afternoon at the home "I Mrs. Weldon Ncbel. A guest other than the five members present was Mrs. Jimmy Deal. Tim Hev. Robert Jucijcr gave u opic discussion on "Our Synod's 3enlcnnlal," The business meeting was followed by u soriul hour during which lu? hostess served refreshments of sheibert dish, cookie* and iced drinks. , Recent Bride Honored By Miscellaneous Shower KTOWAII. Aug. •). — Mr.s. Louise Moore Swan. :i recent bride, was tlie guest of honor when Mrs. Nor- mnn Cluy and Mrs. I,. C. Shellou cnlertnlned Itisl Friday iiflcrnuon ill tlie Moore home with 11 miscellaneous shower. Anne Jacobs presented a reading. Mr.s. Clay was iji charge ol the bride's book. Refreshments of ice cream witli iced aiit'.rl food i:«ke were served u» Ihr- 21) Hiie.'iUi. • • « Coming Events TUESDAY Mrs. Ciruvcr Wren hostess to Jolly Eight Club. Miss .iL'ltye liuiTninn and Miss Ila Rogers will compliment Miss Mnry Sue Roc with a dessert bridge WEDNESDAY Mrs. John C. Mcllnney. Mrs. E. R Jackson and Mrs. Joseph W. Mc- Miincy will enlcrtnln with « des serl bridge honoring Miss Roe. THURSDAY Mrs. Hunter C. Sims and Mrs. Rodney I.. Banister will be. hos- Teen's twb-piecers Mrs. Gammill Hostess To Hachahoma Members 'Mrs. Frances Gammill was hostess .yesterday to mcni'jcrs of the Hachahoma Bridge Club at the hcme of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. P. D. raster, on West Main Street. Guests other than members of the club were Mrs. .Audrcanel Freeman and Miss Mary Hub'.cr. During the ginncs. ]) went to Mrs. Freeman, high, and Mrs. Pay Etchieson. low. Mix?d Summer flowers were i;red for decoration in the enler^iin- tesse.s wllh a bridge party for Miss Roe. FRIDAY Mrs. llennon Cnvllon and Mrs. Eugene 'Peafowl will honor Miss Roe and her (lance. Marcus Joe Hviard, with a buffet supper. Mrs. Cornelius Scherer hostess lo CBC Club. Methodist Youth Fellowship Council of First Methodist Church Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hawkins »nd daughter, Charlene, of Mertiphis, who have been guesls her* of Mr. end Mrs. Paul Mahon, will visit her pnrenls, Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Mahon, In JonesUoro before retumlng to their home. Mrs. J. A, McKay was admitted to Ihe Baptist flo.ipkal in Memphis today for 1111 operation. She was accompanied io Memphis by her mint. Mrs. Irene Slcklon. Mrs. W. U Qreen and Mrs. j. w. Strickland spent Sunday in. jonr-s- boro. Mrs. U. O. Gil), Eii and Jtiek Himlin, Earl PiBmen, Mrs. M, W. I/nils, and Jimmy and Therms Eaughmtui were In Holly Springs Miss., Sunday to attend u home- ccminij al Tomperaitt:" Hill Baptist church. All have returned ! cx- cepl Mrs. Gill. -A'lu> remained lo spend a lew days with friends and relatives. Tlie Itev. and Mrs. R, S. Balrd urn: liildren. Belli and Bobby, left to- Iny for Oklahoma and. Texas to spend Ibree weeks. They will be guests of t!ie Kev. Mr. Bulrd's j-ela- ,ives in Oklahoma City and Meek"I-, Okla.. and of her relatives In QlHinah, Texas. Jo Ann Meyers Is spending Ihe week In SI. Louis: Whiles there, she will attend the Municipal Operti production, "Naughty Marietta." Miss Mury Van Sneed is ill and confined lo bed al her home" on Davis Street. Pegp.y Louise Robinson has re- lumed to her home :i. Flint. Mich., after spending a brief .visit here as gncsl ol her grandmother. Mrs. !'. M. Bennett. ' - - - • Mrs, Howell While had as her gnesUs for tlie pust w«t)k .Tomiii.y uuil Jean Hughes of Trey, Tenn. Also visiting Mrs. White is Mrs. Lossie Ferguson of Leiand, Miss. 'Mr. and Mrs. iBuford Young and lamily had as their weekend i tlie shin of his teeth, and again I in .Memphis. when he eol lost. I'Ehe lamily finally sjave up the ^earcii and came home but a'k •:ater. Mrs. McKarland's mother In Memphis telephoned long distance to say that he had been tani'l. To celebrate Ills homecoming Ihe McFarlands built him a new nous; and painted 'Welcome Home Nut- I ty" above tlie door. The little squirrel has had a let ol narrow escapes all right— like (he time 'Mrs. MsFarland sal on him. When she stood tip "Nutty" ran in circles and Bobby thou'slil Too Lute to Classify for Safe Hny.s bLryflt". i! mouths old. JIulf urltv Hoar KiOO W. 8 5-i)k- Heal for college Juniors are (!,c W! , s li:il,]e rnyon !? aljardine ' nnrt ' " 1 " Cl '" Cd "' ""•• AU ""* t iss,,e of Qood Nutty Little Fellow finds Happy Home In Ash Tray on Hot Day will meet with "ITIeschmann. Miss .In Ann guests Elbridge Lancaster and family, and Mrs. Elizabeth Lancaster, all of Cincinnati, Ohio. 'Kenny Jones, nephew of Mrs. Euford Young, arrived this mo;-:i- ing from Little Rock to spend l\ra weeks here as guest of Hie Yoiinfj-s. Mr. and Mr.;. Lloyd Wise are spending n two weeks vacation in St. Louis and Chicago. 111. the group sang "We Would Be in_g rooms. Biiildinf." i ' Mrs. James Terry Ten the study ( ' a course, Uiken from the book "Commuted Unto Us" by Willis Laniott. The topic of the round table discussion was "Why Do They Do US- Following the Missionary benediction the hostesses server punch and cookies. The hostess served for dessert. peach short WSCS Meeting Held At Lake Street Church Tlie s< urcc I WMS Business Meeting Held at Baptist Church Mrs. J. T. JWestbrook led the opening prayer at a business meeting of the Woman's Missionary Society of First Baptist Church yesterday afternoon at the church. Mrs. Roy Head presented (.lie closing devotional and Mrs. C. E. Johnson a closing pniycr for tha 26 members present. book cf Psaims was Ihe. (or the devotional when Ihe Women's Society of Christian Service of Lake stranl Methodist. ;hur'bh met yesterdiv »!. 'he :'. in-i'h. Mrs. H. 11. nlevins wa.i -votlonal chmrma:) an:l ;J:-o ted I Dismissed: At The Hospitals RI.YTHKVII.LC HOSPITAL Admitted: Mrs. T. H. Caldwell, city- Tim Brccden. city. Glin Harrison, city. Dismissed: Mrs. R. H. P. Burks, city. Mrs .Jack Bowon. city. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Charles Logan. Luxora. Mr.s. L. J. Zcllcr, city. Henry Caldwell, city. P. H. Harris. Holland. Mo. NOW at— Liberty Cash G rocery MKTIIODIST HOSPITAL, Memphis Mrs. C R. Penn. Mr. mxl Mrs! John Kcl of Cookeville. Tenn. anil Miss Julia Ann Woodson arc spending the day In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Al Gray of Mem- ihis are parents of a son born ast night at the Methodist Hostal there. Mrs. Gray Is the former Miss Sue Ramey. daughter of; Mr; Hid Mrs. C. \V. Ramey. . '.'.jti> Osceoia News Miss Delia Shippin hns returned j her home from a three weeks vacation In Athens, Ga.. visiting relatives. Miss Inez Henderson has r.s her housegucsls this week Miss Grace Shades of Unele Remus' It's a (lying .squirrel, lie lives in • Bly- thevilie—and he sleeps uiuler cover in 103 degree wealher. This is not. one of Uncle Kc- mus' make-believe slories. If.s i.lie [truth and if you are doubtful. £<> see the C. L. Mc-Farland lai lily on North tflth St.. and they'll be glad to prove it since "Nutty". :ts Ihe flying squirrel is known, is une of the favorite member of then household. ill; was given lo young Bobby Mc'Farlantl by another yonth who .was passing through Blythevillc 'and wanted his pet to have a home other than the trailer in which the lad and his family traveled. ; "Nutty" is about three inches lone without his tail, part of which has been broken off. anil bout six inches with it. Wilh his lat tail as a rudder and skin el ween his fore and hind legs erving as wings, he makes lon^ lyins 'leaps when 1 he's feeling en- rgctic. But in weather like this. Nutty" prefers to climb into his special cufio and curl up under- nealh-a pile ot rags or climli do\v:i in the a.s!) stand and sleep. "Nutty", who is as tame as :i kitteu. is ollcn -seen pcrchcil 01 Bobby's shoulder and «.i/hoM tile family (joes out, of lown, he's gen trally along too. But Iwo trl|M like tliis almost, meant the etui of him. once when lie got mixed up with a lug bird dug ill l)y- burg, Tenn.. anci came oui by uple HtorklLuc haijy bfd ami tiut- trt'.s.s. Clood conUltlon S1500 nn Ash, 5-[>V.- tl M il E It - 2 mt]OK Nortll If Oul'. met. On Kt:wel j-tiact. I'Moyd Il^rx-M Fewer Coses of Polio 'eported in Arkansas •LITLE RCCK, Ark., Aug. 5. IUP) —Despite the terrific heal of the ast few days, the Incidence of olio in the st;ile remains low. ac- ording lo lire State Heullh np- artmenl. Dr. A. M. Washburn. director [ the Division of Communicable Diseases, says Ihere is no him of i-olio epidnmii- s'.Mi as s.U'pt he slate during the I'.ut moiHIi. 1 ; a-it year. Only throe cas''.s of IIOMO v.-^re epoitod lo the department hist vcok, oomptirod wilii M en ;os in lie siuiif week last year. Lnst vock's cases -Acre in Hemps! :'.ul, ji'ant and S.ilint^ coimlJos. Tito year's total s'> lar is only 3!) casos cotnpnroct \vtth !21 at liio .-aine period last yrar. Wonted to Buy WUit.-h f|-om Army Manufacturing <:o unc-k. lltirksilitl. mono Mil. niv »5-<:k I >e was ilyini;. "Eni. I gave him two ::S|ilrins", Mrs. McFarland laughed, "aiul ho i^ot well quick." Cash For wrecked or ji aiilnniublk's. \Vad<" Auto HiilviiKi', Niirll) Hiway (>1. ]>!iniie ;i7.S5- S ."> cli (I For Rent No c-hllciri'ii ;!»• bedroo . l>:ivls Help Wanted salary UK), SALESMAN WANTED Medical Test Proved This Great to Relieve MONTHLY FEMALE PAINS aymptomal i lesi rink]iain's !ii)iovttiu [>rovoil rcmurkubly >i<;lpi ul lo woijit-ii uoiibleU this Wiiy. It's wiiaL Doctors i-:.U :l xitt-ih.c srdallve. it lias a grand scuHbiny c/lecl on an?. (•/ wt> in a n '3 in tist important <ti 'iti us. Takvu n-i;ulurly — PtnkhntiL s f:oiti- potllid helps bniltl up II'.-SISLLUH-^ LO uirh distress. Also a fcreitt siutim LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S ik-:;m:u) for Ark. .V Mo. Tern! uv Kr]l p:vietlU:<l -Sjiociiillly over '15 '.'' llrjb -M7. Joilf-slioro. A]k. Dismissed: Mrs. W. J. Filzhugh. city. ST. JOSEPH HOSPITAL, ne group in pr.iyei Mrs. George Slllwcll prcsirtcd| ,•••:• the business session which | f'.::owed the i;roi; Iced ilrniK:, \vfp served during the social hour. Mr.s. George Crews dlsmi.-se'.l lire grnii). with prater. Meeting is Postponed 1 Richard Maxwell, Manila. Meeting J< linran of New Castle. Pa. and Ftowoh News | Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Wildy of Elo- wah are spending a vacation in Hot Springs. Miss Florence Speaks spent the ^weekend visiting friends in Mo- iieUe. William Wesley Blaylock. son al Woodrow Blaylock of Etowah, is seriously ill at his home. E. W. Blaylock and D. and Travis Rogers were Memphis visitors Saturday. Dale Carpenter of Memphis was the guest of his mother, Mrs. Cecil Give Your Home New Beauty This Quick Easy Way WITH TklMZ 9 t—VLf. t- READY-PASTED WALLPAPER Juit Dip IK Wafir . and Up It Ce*ll PASTE! NO TOOLS 1 , HO MUSS 1 Meeting cil nil Reserve at the City Hull al 1:30 o'clock tonight. Major Ii. 'I'. Hussey will \\K present and all officers are re' quested to attend. The American Lesion Auxiliary meeting which was to have been An instrument sensitive enougn held tonight lias been postponed un- to tielccl changes in heat from II the next regular meeting date,'man moving; his face 10!) yards Mrs. N. J. Humphrey, president, an- ' away has teen developed by lounecil loday. Canadian hcientist. Miss Frances Chamberlln of Mem- phi?. Mrs. -J. L. G133C02 and daughter Tillie, have ('.one to Pla River. Mo., for two weeks visi with friends and relatives. Mi and Mr.s. K'.iswli Wood o Oakland City. Inn., and Mil Bubble Hay Bower, arc Mr. :;nd Mrs. Bruce Ivy. ' Miss Jane Ad;\ms will- arrive Cl .t'home today from Fort Wallnn. Pla.. she has spsir. the pust three v.ceki. Vn] by Dycss of Memphis is Iho IHi'-st of his brother Bill Dycss and Mrs. Dyess. Miss Dorothy ?.lc.Cade nnd Miss Mary Shea of Naslvvi'.!:; arj ,4iu.'sU of Misses Pat and Prances Uaiifhower. [Proved in More Thon 1, 000,000 Homes • Fuf H up ycurseW Already pasted — juat dip tn water and smooth on Ihe wall. Dries in 20 Lunsford. nnd Mr Lunsford, for brief time. V. J. Ashley is vacationing Hot Springs this week. Teether Trotter and Ralph Wallace were business visitors in Hlvcr- vale Saturday. Mr.s. A. C. Spellings has returned from Memphis, where she spent, a brief lime. She was accompanied visiting^ nonlL , by )„.,. s | S (er. Mrs Jane Pine 1 of West Memphis, who spent the eekend wilh her nnd with Mr. pell ings. Mrs. R. W. 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