The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 16, 1948 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 16, 1948
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JFRIDAY, JANUARY IS, 1945 Miss Joyner Engaged To Florida Resident Mr. »nd Mrs. pleetwood Boyd Joyner today announce the engagement ol their daughter. Miss Sara Grace Joyner to Jack McPhall Chesnutt. «on of Mr and Mrs. Relman Henry chesmutt of vcio Beach, Fla. Plans for the wedding, to be solemnized in late Spring, will be announced later. Miss Joyner was graduated from Blytheville High School and attended the Unlveslty ol Arkansas Payettevllle, where she was a member of the Delta Gamma sorority. '• Mr. Chesnutt graduated trom Vero Beach High School and I* a veteran of two years service In the Army Air corps. He Is now manager of a theatre in Melbourne Fla. Mrs. Foster Is Hostess To Club Members, Guest Mr.s. p. i>. Foster entertained members ol Town and Country Club and one guest, Mrs R Banister. Wednesday alternoo her home. When bridge games were i»"ayed, Mis. Cornelius Modfnger won high anrt Mrs. Banister, second. Entertaining; rooms of the home .were attractively decorated with potted plants. Refreshments were served. * * * Mrs. Wren Entertains Jolly Eight Club, Guest Mrs. Cleo Wren was hostess yesterday afternoon at her home to members of Jolly Eight Club and one guest. Mrs. Albert EnderJin. When rook games were played, Mrs. Wilfred Mays won high. Mrs. Glover Wren, second »nd Mrs. Enderlin, rooko. A salad plate with hot chocolate was served. Supper Party Is Given At First Methodist Church Pathfinders Sunday School Class or Ihe First Methodist Church had (heir regular monthly covered dish supper at the church last night, with *pproxlmateiy 75 attending. Supiwr was served at long tables I covcred wlth wh 'te cloths and cen- i tereri with miniature snowmen and miniature snow covered evergreens. Following supper, Bud WhUford, magiorian from Jonesboro, entertained the guests and also n nim, titled "Beyond Our Own," was shown by Mr. Richardson and Glenn Ladd. Hostesses for the affair were Mrs. M. C. Webb, Mrs. Leonard Johnson, Mrs. William Wyatt, Mrs. John Miles Miller and Mrs. Herschel Jackson. Guests other than members attending were John Moore of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Oam- meter of Steele. and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Forsyihe. R L - jMi-s. Stout Is Hostess '" « To Club Eight, Guests Bridge unceon Given For Club Members, Guests Mrs, w. D. Chamblin, Mrs. W. J. Pollard »nd Mrs. Baker Wilson were niests yesterday when Mrs. Henry Humphreys cntertnlned 'Hinrsday Contract club members with it three-course luncheon at her home. During the afternoon when bridge games were played. Mrs Pollard won high and Mrs, Chamblin won second. An attractive arrangement of preenery and red berries centered the dining room table which was draped will! a cut work cloth. Mrs. R. B. stout was yesterday when she entertained members of club Kipht and two KucsLs, Mrs. Earl Buckley and Mrs S. C. Owens at her home on N First. Mrs Charles Langston won high score and Mrs. G. O. Poet?., second in the bridge games p oj Mrs. Sikes Entertains Three Ttbles of Bridge Mrs. Sam Sikes was with a three table bridge party last night at her home on East Main Street. Burin? the evening when the bridge games were played, Mrs, Prank Gnssb.v won high and Mrs. James Roleson, second. Entertaining rooms ol the home were attractively decorated with bouquets of holly berries, golden bells and other mixed Winter flowers. Refreshment* were, served b\ the hostess. Jonesboro Temple to Have Anniversary Celebration The hosteE.s"served""refresh'rnents Temple Israel at Jone.sboro will ' a desert course. celebrate its golden Jubilee on Sun- Bridge Luncheon Given By Mrs. C. W. Afflick Mrs. c. W. Afflick was hostess at her home yesterday to Thursday Luncheon Club members, with three-course luncheon. In the bridge games played during the afternoon Mrs. R: F. Kirshner won high and Mrs. Byron Morse, second. The dining (able at which the luncheon was served, held an attractive centerpiece of assorted small potted plants and was draped with a white linen cloth. Shower Party Is Given For Mrs. 0. E. Manner Mrs. O. E. Hanncr. who was before Afternoon Bridge Tea Honors Club And Guests Yesterday afternoon Mrs. Edwin Robinson and Mrs. Freeman Robinson entertained members of the Octette Club at the Freeman Robinson home on W. Walnut. They also were hostesses later In the afternoon to several guests who were invited to^rop ,„ after the bridge games • her roar r,a*e. Miss Bertye Sn.dcr During the bridge game., played *'"- co , mpli l nent(:a la *t night when Mrs. James Hill Jr., won high score and Mrs. Edwin Robinson, second. Mrs. E. M. Terry, Mrs. Philips Robinson, Mrs. A. R. Wetenkamp and Mrs. Eric Whitley were the four tea guests who called later In the afternoon. Mrs. Philips Robinson presided >t the tea table which was draped with a lace cloth and held us a centerpiece an attractive arrangement of greenery flanked by yellow tapers burning in silver holders. The assorted party foods on the table carried out the chosen color scheme adding to the'attractiveness of the setting. Mrs. Eldi-idge Hostess To Bunco Club, Guests Mrs. J. N. Humphrey, Mrs. Carlton Osbom, Mrs. jack Matheney anrt Mrs. paiil Human were ™ h '"' B "nco Club members L , , Mrs ' clyde Eldrige entertain- ea at her home on w. Ash. During the bunco games played Mrs. Osborn won bunco. Mis' Ocnc Ellis, high and Mrs. Human, Pottcrt plants and other flowers were used in the decorating or the rooms ol the home. Fh c hostess served a sandwich Plate with drinks- day night, January 18, with Dr. Al- Ired Vise. Rabbi of the Jewish communities In Blytheville and Jonesboro, conducting the services. Rabbi Louis Binstock of Chicago will be the honored guest and speaker. The temple was organized anil' louiidcrl in January 13M and several members who weve at the dedication so years ago and still are members of the congregation, will be honored at the sen-ices. Rabbi Vise and Mrs. and Rabbi Binstork will j- 0 to Joncsbaro from Little Rock where they have been attending the ly. Bits of News (ARK.) COURIEK NR\vg " • — It Wasn't This Way i n 1848 Mr. »nd Mrs. Edward SengiRves nd sons left Wednesday for Day. oim Beach, Fla. for t six weeks Mrs E. M. Ifesenold left yester- lay by plane for Bailie Creek, a! weeks'"'*' 5 '" *'"' Spf " tl " vc Condition of Miss je.sslc Srlle who underwent » minor operation yesterday «1 Walls Hospital, Ii satislactory. , Mr and Mrs. A. M. Vnnwlnlcle and daughter Miss Penny Vmiwin- kle, Mrs. Fred Slevonson »nd Mrs oaudle »re spending toda v In Memphis. Miss Hclty Wooilson. duuKhlcr of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Woodson. ha« pledged Chi OmcRa at (he University of Arkansas. Payettevllle. where stie is a sophomore. Jack Jackson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Jackson, underwent • n emergency appendectomy last night at the Hlythevlllc Hospital. Hts condition Is satisfactory. Mrs. w. 1). Cobb Sr. returned today to her home In Jonesboro after visiting with her son, w. o. Gobi), and Mrs. Cobb and children for several days. J. W. Sykcs. who had been a rm- tient at the Memphis Baptist Hospital for the past 11 weeks, has clurned home. His condition Is unchanged. Mrs. C. Lewis Wilson of Memphis spent Wednesday here as cuesi of her mother, Mrs. Dan O. Slonl. Pic. Johnny Essary of Bollln" Killed, Washington, D. c.. is s|jcn<l- n* his furlough wllh his parents Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Essaiy. . . Mrs. Roland Green of nylht-vlllc . . , e returned from Memphis, where I hey spent several days with (heir brother arl II. Maxwell »nd Mrs. Maxwell' Mr. wild MIS. «'. H. Ojjdcn of Memphis will be the weekend nuesls of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Williams unrl family. Market Probers ™?.™':*- , J - A - p**».'.osccS; 1 .'have i To C hec k Deo Is By U. S. Senator Meeting The Men's Club of First Lutheran Church will nicel tonight at the I , ong at he Assemb-j home of Louis Zeller 2008'Cliick-i ••••"><*. Mr. ' Mrs. Ira Gaines was hostess with a miscellaneous shower and partial, her home at Half Moon. The guest of honor was presented her gifts from a small table decorated to carry out the bridal Ihemc Refreshments of « dessert course with iced drinks were served. At The Hospitals Blvthtvillt HnspiUI Dismissed: Mrs. j. B. Maclin, Dell. Williams Evans, city. Mrs. R. A. Copeland^ city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Reggie Jones, Stele W. E. Mathis, Steclc. Mrs. Tom Simpson, Dell. J- A. Loyd, city. Mrs. Hugo Neal and baby, steelc. Mr. Autry Is Speaker At P. T. A. Meeting ' L. H. Aulry. Superintendent of Bvrclette Schools, was guest speaker yesterday when Burdette. Parent- Teacher Association met at th" school. Mr. Autry chose lor his subject "Federal Aid and Education." During the business session, presided over by Mrs. J. L. McNair president, a report was given from a committee of the purchase of a spinit piano lor the school and also a report, was given from those who attended the County Parent-Teacher Associations meeting In Wilson In the room count, the > sixth grade received the prize for having the most mothers attending Dr. Poling to Broadcast On the Mutual Broadcasting Sys- Marriage _.,.,„ . . . _. „ The following couples "obtamed i ? cfeI15B - D " r - po »nT wllT be "im'rd- ™,£™ g . e .''«'««>?««*', in Ihe'-" - - " ' - Elizabeth Byythe j office of Miss I.county clerk. Willie Hopper and Miss Janettp Plake of Blytheville. J ™«te Louie Hardcsty of tem program tomorrow from J-s to 1:30 p, m . an a will be given by Dr. Daniel Poling, editor win h rl5 . l .!T n Hcrald ' whme Abject v-lll be American, All". This silb- Ws % " fr ° m the w °m»"s Conference o n National . . ill be Introduced by Mrs. Ue W. Hutton. Na- lonal President and chairman of the conference. Announcement, was made by Mrs. M. A. Middlcton, chairman of the Dud Ca today radio unit Louie Hardcsty of Tyler Mo chairman of the Dud Cason unit vi'lle MlSS MCl ™ Pcrry of B1 J'"«-1 ° ! ' he A ^ neric «" Legion Auxiliary. Mrs. Comvay Is Hostess To Mid-Week Club, GuesU were guest.s yesterday when Mrs Aubrey Conway entertained Miri- Weck Club members with a two- course luncheon at her home Mrs. Issacs won high and Mrs. Harry w. Haines second high in the bridge games played The dining room table, draped Coming Events Social Calendar Saturday Coltilion Club member* will have dance at the Legion Hut beginning at 9 o clock. and hostesses will be Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Huffman. Mr. and Mrs. William Lawshe anrt Harold Knou will lie hosts. FBI Arrests Party Leader WASHINGTON. Jan. 16 . IU P)_ Ine Justice Department said tottny *BI and Immigration agents havo ' arrested Alexander mtlclman • member of the American Common-' i ist Party's national commiltee !•! ' Miami lor deportation of his na- . The Justice Departmenl said tlm i warrani. for Bltlelman's dcporla- I lion was iwucc! because he advo- ! cates Uie_otherlhron- ol the govern- ! ment by force. ' The department said Bittelman who Is 57, was seized In a .swank Mmmi upartmcut hotel, where h- apparently was spentliiip , vacation. The Department said that upon hi.s arrest, Bittelman refused to make a statement. Thr. arrest was made late la-,t night under the specilic orders i,f Attorney General Tom C. Clark Hittelman is being held In the Dadc County Jail on J5.000 bond. ( Bittelman, a native of Kiev. Russia, first entered the U. s. in 1912. He left later, but re-entered the last lime in December, 1KI1. In 1935 he filed an Intention to become a U. S. citizen. •Before deportation. Bittelman will receive i hearing before U S Immigration officials. Immigration authorities said they had no idea when they would be'hcld. There Are Kids and Kids, , t Fire Chief Discovers WASHINGTON, Jmi. 1C, I UP) Senate .spi-ciiliiilon lnvesll c ,.lo,s will hcRin public henrings within n wi'ck into the cominoilily ninrkel /lenllnj;* of Sen. Rlnifi -i-iiomiu, D., Okla,,7l Read Courier News Want Ads. burning to denth. The firemen tomiil a young tied to a stoke In Ihe middle ol n burnluK grnss fire. "I was IhlnltlnK about one kind of kid and the wo:.i:in who culled was thinking aboul iinolher '• Fire Chief W. W. Wicker sniii. wns H\inied today. Hi'coid.s of sc^'iul brokrrng.' houses liuvo hern Mib|ii>jiai'<l by Ihi' .-••luito Apiiropriiiiiom Sulicommil- U'o In an elKirl lo (ind out how extensive hnvo been Ihe sprcnla- tion.s n( TliMiiiLs iiiul |,i. s wilo nnd perhiips utlH-rs .isMintalrd wllh him. I'hoinns. imiklm; mlnorlly mcin- lii-r ol Ihe Senate Aurlnillin'c Com- mltleo, ndinll.v ituit he hns tit-en I spiTiilniiin; in cotttir. for yenrs nnd (Mill 1.'.. Invest Imtnrs want lo know iwhetli.'r Ihe 71-yenr-o!d Okliihoinitn I ;*l,so hn.s hei n (InlibJJitu In older commmlltle.s Mu-h „» wliciil. virn, dnl:., rye or laid. Tho,n;is snys no. Sen. Homer Fi-rcilson, Ii., Mich,, who liend.s I In- Mibi'ominltler, dls- rlosrd Intc yc.strrdny Hint 'I'lionuis' Mioi ulntlons would lie lonknl Inlo publicly niter i> si-rics of closed hearings. He set no date. We the Women know-™' evfry wo " ln " sll °ind How to SIM „„ IUIOUU11 . wo in oiii* inpct Inc. Jlow to appear Ko Interested In me long - wind- ' "I convprsiillon "I » bore, thru I"* never real l/es ho | s | one. Thai If „ wimmii |, I,,, IM'OSMMt by „ ">'">'« wit or i,, "Is a |l I il ] i, n j, h e I I I, p , m .- ^_ l> i-<• * s o cl by her "»'»i Mllleli That It |, „ , VI|M( . f ., <'iUTity fur n womnu to try lo t. iciM'lf over lo plfnxc „ m ., n llml when „ «.„„„„, pmi ni so ,s not ik.1,1 ." ••"""•" "lie vrservcs the .... ", " l101 ' " w » husband. llml. If she wants ]„,. hl , sbn ,, ( | lo liolko. soim.lhlnn, it is belter In 111 in to "['''"""" '" " '"'i'" ilfty for mil ImvliiK nollred. Tlmt no nKin |(i; os („ |, W)I . ( | 1(1 words, "I lold you •;,,;• l)r hmv In piny n. HJI, "'ho I ells I,,.,- (roubles |H-ll|,lt'. ~ ,'nS,':;, 5™ """•'• "•'r >.:;,"''";;:",„;::/-!„;-;!!,' KHiid-lonkluK oiiUll Hint Is nlwjivi "'"ily lo KO. unil omniBli loixl on her niici'm-ncy M,o|f | or a .,„..., "in bo ready I,, rvhU lm i u ,, lr . Two Table Club Meets With Mrs. Ed Simmons served a Mind. court* with ho* Conlinuous shows Every Day Hox Office Opens 1:49 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KIXJN «:00 a.m. lZ:4r, p.m. 4:M Ihe k| tell :. Kd :rdri.v :s of, . ".fin i^iiwMie and Mr. nnd Mrs. Rlley B. Jones. KNOWN FOR GOOD FOOD.. THE DIXIELAND CAFE CURB * FRESH REELF °OT CRAPPIE SFPVirP * DEL| CIOUS CHICKEN-N-BASKET Y ' T * SIZZLING K. C. STEAKS Try A Taste Thrill At The Dixieland! North Highway 61 at Holland, Miss Our j SHAWNEE. Okla. lUPi-Eight of the town's firefighters raccrt through heavy traffic to answer a call from a woman who reported » "kid" was GEM THEATER Midnight Show Sat. Night, January 17 DARK DELUSION with Lucille Brcmer and James Craig Plus Comedy Kox Office ()|»cns jtf l(l::i(» Admission 25c (o AH MEDICAL TEST PROVED this simply great to relieve 'PERIODIC FEMALE PAINS with uncomfortable fullness Are you trmiblrd by (llstrr-K* n i r ft ^/"S^!,'rr Hr : £M^;;^£;S Wu'rT.SV-T* Ly ""> F - ''"-kliVm" >ur,r; y n! ptoC ,™''°'''>'< '« «ll«» rrm."rk'.b"y l 'K', 1 ^,',"-? 1 " " ra "" '" lloun.l hr|, "Rnlns! 1,1,1-h Lydia E. Pink ham's VEGETABLE COMPOUND ' OKCHOIiA. Ark., , Ki_M,, bliniiion.s wn.s hoslo.w vi-slc jvhoi, .shi- ,.nlnl,,i,,,:d Uvo'tn'lih 1> -IdR,. ,•],,!, „„.„ ,., nl)(| Mrs. Dill McMiith, lit her hoi IJurliil! the brldcr Kamc . s W(:.\MIH won high M'oro and hliiuntms. seroiitl. l-'oilowln k . ii,,, wmcit (lu , h(] Moss Bryan Invites ytmr •telerlliin (if Ivy, Tea Roses and Pom-Poms to decorate the Hanging Vases and Flower Bowls In your home until garden flowers arrive The Gift Shop 10.1 ICiisl ,Mai n HI reel COMING TO THE RITZ THEATRE Blyrhcville, Ark. Wednesday, Jan. 28th 11.-30 p.m. Semi-Annual CLEARANCE Saturday Through Wednesday ALL BROKEN LOTS OF DRESS SLIPPERS All Soles Cosh value, to $1250 All Sales Final Patent Pllmp s H);i( , k >Su0f|w Hod Sanda), * ^ 1 ) § ) R'^'" Suc«lo s Green Sandals f* • ^/ ^/ Kl.-.rk luVI Brown Kid Sanrlles ^-^ Tan ( .. (]f Displayed On Racks Samples and Casuals on Tabfe J e«_ SONS SHOES SPECIAL Seamless Nylor $1.00 3 Pr. Limit I.Hst Time Today Romance of Rosy Ridge with VAX JOHNSON :<ml Tliunius Mtlt'hell Paramount New. »nd Short' Saturday C'MOH EVERYBODY.... Serial: "llrick Brailford" No. J and Short Coiithmuus Showing Safurdar ' u»;mui Sunday and Monday K^' U ) "»""""" = •• MANNA/ DURBIN OONAID , 0 CONNOR| I ....,re \,, j»fc«L News and Shorts Cnnl. Showing Sitnday 1:1S-1 1 «uv Office Opens fi:30 Shnw SUrti G:45 Oliciw .Sunday !:0»; Slarlj l:ls (.onlininiiis Shows Sat. & Sun. HarRnln Nij;hl Kvcry Nl^ht Kxccpt S.iturilar Nil liasses hcmnred on Sunday >l Roxy Tlie^tra Uwt Time Too'ar Anna and the King of Siam with lirv Ilnrrlsnn >nd Irene Dunn. Also Short Subjects SATURDAY iiil "G-Mei," No. 8 and Short . .Minus Sat. II 3 .rn.-ll:3« p.m. Sundny, Monday Advance Ticket Sale Ritz Box Office 75* to All VIVIAN sum • Pf R»r COMB ^ HARRY 1AMES - CKRMEK MIMWf Foi ,v> ws an a Sel^eteO Shiirt Cont. ,Slnnvin s Sunday 1:3«-11:M Coming to the GEM THEATRE Blytherille, Ark. . Saturday and Sunday Jan. 17-1R The Verdict »!tli Sj-iinry Greenslreet *n<l Pttcr I.orre

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