The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 21, 1948 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 21, 1948
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWg oce ety 9 Phone 4161 (Wedding Plans Announced By Miss Ethel Mae Ebcrclt I Mill Ethe! Mae Ebcrdl today pijide known plans for her wed- idlng to Joe VanCleve. The engagement was announced recently by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. aus: jEOfrdt. i i The double ring ceremony will! be solemnized Sunday afternoon, 'January 24, 2:30 o'clock al the Jiome of the bride's parents, with •the Rev. H. L,. Robinson, pastor of .the West Bl»'theville Parish, offi- 'ciatlng. A program of pre-nuptlal music- .will be presented by Mm. House Hsrpi, pianist, and Mrs. William ]D, Ccbb as vocalist. 1 Miss Ebcrdt will have as her 'maid of honor, her sister, Miss JuaniU Eherdt. Miss Iva Seay will light the; tapers. . Dewlll VanCleve will serve his, brother as best man, j A reception will be clven at the home immediately following the ceremony. Recent Bride Business Women's Circle Meets with Dr. Edna Nilcs Business Women's Circle the First Baptist Church .net last| d'aughte'. "o'fMr'and" MI'S!'"H night, 7:30 oclock, «t the home of i McCoIlough of Manila. Mrs. O. /V Allru Jr. of A)tnn,\ 111., was before her ninrrtnKc Jnn-i 01 j uary 10, Mils Nell Dean Anderson,' C.' Dr. Ediin Nlei Miss Pearl Lee opened the meet-! Ing with prayer, after which Mrs. Miss WllitWOl'lll Honored John Tyrone, president, presided i n ni i in • i during the business session. i by IVll'S. L. J. 1 ai'lndge During the program, a book re-, .view was given by Airs. Otis Shep- 'herd. She chose as her subject. ["Missions Study Book Thus It fs i Written" by Heiiry'Cornell Garner , 'Following the review, a quiz was; ncr P» r 'y | conducted by Mrs. Shepherd. T "" Refreshments were served by the 'hostess during trip social hour, New Officers Installed by Rainbow Girls Miss Jnaiiitn Ebcrdl, daughter ofj Mr. find Mis. Gus Ebcrdl was in-' stalled as Worthy Advisor last l nicht ut ihc meeting of the Rain-| bow Olrls nt Ihc Masonic Hall. ' Other officers elected and In- Dialled to srrvr v 1th hei aic Kny Colston, <.)iar- I lly: .lo Ann! TTirsoll maim hope: Rnhn/l Brncy, faith Frances now lly. chaplain r> n d Mary n o w d v. recorder. T h e 1 M, a Rice was Installed as re- Hamillun, tra- ) U mil t | |,,.|,n luir; Cuiol Ann Bailey, Uumortality: Jane Wilson, nervier, Annella Humphreys, fidelity; Mary Frances Cniitcs, choir director, and Jackie! Este.-;, musician. Oii.s.s icocrdl acted as installing 'iffUcr, Mrs. Kberdl acted as In- inarshnl and Frances served as Installhn; chap-' Bits of News Miss Hope Whitworth, bride-elect of Elwood Been, was again complimented lr\st niphl when Mrs, Lewis J. PatlvidRe ome-rtiiineil with u din- fti her honor nt Rustic i Informal Party Given ! At B. C. Bailey Home The [able was rovorcd with a white 1 ! cloth and hold ns centerpiece, n mln- ' llUiu e bl'kic mid brklcproonl. bulik- cd with Kiccnciy and garlanded with \i-hite pompon chiy.sanlhc- mums. tied with while ribbons. In the conte.'it conrtucied, the prize wa.s won by tlie RUfst nf luuiuf. \^hitworlli wnie a grey wool j Mrs. B. C. Bailey was hostess , and Mrs. J. L. Thompson, co-host- i ess, Monday night, when they eiltci- I suit with hlnck ncccssm-lc.s. and pin i Ulned 22 members of the Beta Chi j ned a COI-RHKC of Pii.occhio roses , Sunday School Class of the First i nnrl white h.v.-ii-inllis. n sift of (he I Presbyterian Church and one former ' member, Mrs. Neal Oezcll of Joner, boro, with an informal parly at Hie l BnlJey home on Hearn St. > Miss May Dlxon was In charge of J the ganiM played during the ovcn- < Ing. J Entertaining rooms of the home | were decorated with flowers and r the fireplace mantle was centercn , . . .......HI, n n-s OU1LUJIU ,<i.>^ H.^I.L, ",11-Jl .*li.-i. I4U1LI1 >*. - wnn an attractive arrangement of j Thomas entertained members of La , Ilowers In a crystal bowl, flanked ] Ncmc Bridge club nt her home on i by pink and silver tapers burning j Main Street. .' In crystal holders. | In the bridge sanies played. Mrs. _The hostess served refreshments j N, G. Jerome won high and Mrs. . hostess, nt her .shoulder. ... i\.| -ri p , i IVll'S. IhOIJias IllUCl'tcllllS I n NPIP'P flnl-i Hnpclc L3 1>CU ' e UuL> ' ^"CSls Mrs. HllRh Wliitsltt, MM. Jnmcs c. Guard. Mrs. Hernard Grahiun and Miss MolK Guard were gucst-s lust night, w'hc-n Mv.s. John W. Mallin Dowdy lain. M the end of (he, meptiiiR,- RnlrlRh Sylvester gave n tnlk on; " of Rainbow Girls." j lipfrrshmmts were served following the meeting. Jaycettes Plan For Stunt Night At High School Plans iire belnr; c-oinplcied by thn niyihrvlllc Jaycftlcs for Hie "8111111 Nislit" tu be hriid March ac 1,1 me ' lllfdi school auditorium. j Any nrep.nl7ntlon is'lm-ilcd In rn- ter and prises will be siWnrclod for the three best sHints prcscniwl ; A nictln f will be held in the couil ' room as the City Hall Monday niRhl at fl o'clock. All nrRmilzftllons «'ho plan to enter arc asked lo scnci a repre.«entntlvc to attend this meet- IllK. i Members on the committee nrc I Mrs. Rouse Harp, chaltmnn Mrs'I L. G. Thompson Jr., Mrs. L c Posey Jr., and Mrs. Marshall Blnckasd president of the Jaycettes \ of a dessert course. i Dinner Pavly Honors ! Mrs. Carl Marshall * ... j ' Mrs. Lagronne Whittle was hos- , tess lasl night when she ortiertained jyi II_,.,1_...._.. i members of th« C anti N Birthday i I'lVS. llcndClSOIl •Club and /our guests,, Mrs. Essie I T n Juptrlav Rrirlop Club Lendennie, Mrs. Lticlon Lcndonnle, i '° 1UeSCia > Drlcl g e ^- luo Clarence S. Webb, second. Entertaining moms of the home were dcrmalod with blonmmR pot- tctl pbnts. The hostc-ss served rcSic.shments of a s.i lad pin to. Rev. Clubb to Speak At County W.M.U. Meet The Rev. Husscll J. Clubb. pastor of the Osceola Baptist Church will be the Inspirational speaker at the meetlni; or Ihc Mississippi Coun'y Womciis Missionary Union Asvocl- :Uion. in be held at the First Riip- tlst Church bore, Friday. January His subjc.-l will I>o. -What Is a Christian Nation". The Os-.-coln BapMst Church is in chnrsc of the program. Mrs. Richard Gary and Mrs. Jim*my Lute. 1 ; with a dinner party al gher home honoring Mrs. Carl Mar- xshall. * The dining table, from n - -. which ,,diiiner was served buffet style, was , M ,., adrapcd with a lace cloth and Jtered with a birthday cake. • Following dinner, bunco was play.««d and high score won by Mrs. SFhllip Applebaum. J Entertaining rooms of the home awere decorated with attractive ar- «rin5emtn(s of yellow chrysanthc- Jmumi and red snapdragon.?. Jj Mrs. Mirshall was presented *fift by club members. Mrs. Doyle Henderson was hostess yesterday U'hen .she entertained members of the Tuesday Bridge Club Ht her homo on W. Ash. Dnrinp the bridge, games played, Murray Smart won high score ~ '> nml Mrs. Je.sse Taylor, .second. I Potted plants were used In ucc- I orating the entertaining rooms of the home. Tile served refreshments of a salad course. I "Wesleyan Guild Meets .With Mrs. Allen Slewart The. Wesleyan Service Qutlrl of', Literary Club Meets At Worry Jones Home OSCEOLA. Ark., Jan. 21—Mrs. Harry Jones Sr., Mrs. W. B. [feii- ririx. Mrs. J. J. Roberts and Mrs. _ „„.„, ,,,.ohn W. Edrington were hostesses Jthe First Methodist Church nictJ- vp - s ^ CI( ' !i J' afternoon when thr Liti Monday night, 1:30. at the homci cl ' ar V CI " h mt>t '" (lle home of Mrs. | of Mrs. Allen D. Stewart on W. [Jews. M»ln. Durins the program. Mrs. Gcorse , The. group began a study course on t the "Book of Great Prayers of the J Bible" by Dr. Charles N. Lincoln, i Miss Mamie L. Adams dlscusse.l I the first two chapters of the book ] «nd Mrs. L. E. Old, the third clmp- | t«T. I Following the study course games j were played after which rcfrosh- , menls were served by the hostess. At The Hospitals Illylhevllle Hnspllal Dismis.sed: Berdie Lee People.s. Dell. Shirley Snydcr, city. Mrs. C. R. Collins, city. Walls Hiupital DiMiils.wd: Mrs. J. H. Wallace and baby, city. Mrs. Robert Smith, Luxora. Marriage Licenses The following couple obtained a mnrrfiif-e license ycslrrdny In the office of Miss Eli7,abelh Illylhc, county clork. J. W. MrFaddpn and Miss Oladys Belhea of Charleston. Mo. Terry Wetenkamp, daufihter of Mr. and Mrs. A. n. Wctenknmn. is III at her home on North 10th aircet. Thad Nicol is confined to his home with a severe case of influenza. Mr. and Mrs. T. n. Tucker are the parents of a daughter born yesterday morning «t their home on Marearet St. Their first child, she has been named Soula Ann. Mrs. •tucker was before her marriage, Mis/ Maxlne Campbell. Condition of Mrs. L. T. Mtiorc Sr., who underwent an operation yesterday at the Blytheville Hospital Is satisfactory. II. Hlglifill of Parma. Mo,, whose home liurned Sunday i.s making his home at Hotel Noble for I he proi-eiil Jerry llulcy. .student at Arkansas Stale College, Jone.sboro, .spent the weekend here wilh his parents. Mr, and Mrs. Don Haley. H. L. Bynra and W. P. Bolin h:iv> returned from a weeks conveniinn of the Sinner Sewing Machine CD in, Miss. Mrs. Ross Heavers of Momeri'y Cull!.. Is visiting with her sister Mrs. H. E. Smith and family M r - Boiivcrs Is en route to her home after a visit wit), relatives in Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore I ogun have returned from a three months visit with friends and relatives In ocuttic, Wash., and other points nf Interest.on the West Const Bryant Stewart, student .it Arkansas Slate in Jonesboro was the weekend sucst of his parents Mr ami M/.s. U. p. stew-art, Mrs. E. E. Hoatwrlghl O f Dvers- buiK. Tcnn., was the weekend i-iics' of Miss Volt Byars. Mrs. James Brooks Coclnan ;m 1 son, Bobby of Kt. Louis, have arrived to .spend two weeks here with hi-. parents, ?,lr. a nri M rs . George L. Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Patterson ami children, niul Mr. nn( | j,,. s J)V01 . C.arner and family, nrc spendiiiK tv.c weeks in Fort pierce, Fin. Mrs. t,. n. Uickinsoii was aciiuH- led l« nr. Hill's Clinic in Memphis yesterday where she will untlei'RO treatment lor two weeks Condition.or n. L . Sanders, so.) o. Mi. and Mrs. Doyle Sanders formerly of Blytheville and now >•!• Braggadocio,. Mo., who was injured In Ji Jail Monday is satisfactory Mrs. J. c. Houston and children Jean and Johnny returned Sunday to their home near Clarksdale Miss after a two weeks visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Gilliam ano her brother, Howard. Mr. Houston also visited here for two days Mrs. GilliBin accompanied them to Memphis. Mr. and Mis. W. D. Cobb ami -sous are in Memphis today to attend the Alabama and Arkansas biisketball same. Mrs. C. C. Henderson of Bells. Tcnn. rcluriicd home today after a two weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. Doyle. Henderson and son, Charles Mrs. James Hill j,-.. M,.., rj. ^ Tucker, Mr.v Edwin Robinson aiul Mi's. Cleo l,niisstmi, attended a tea yc.stertiny ifjvrn by Mis. j. w Robbins in Stcele.. Mr. and Mrs. Jitmnie Edwards are Ihc parents of a S0 n born this morning at Wnlls Hospital. Their .second son. he has been named Fredrick Wilson Edwards. Mrs Edwards is I he former Miss Semi Ilufsinith of Denver, Colo. Miss Hope Whitworth and her [sister. Mrs. James Elslnndcr of , Driver, are spending totlav-in Memphis. Automotive Hint If a car is lo give sood performance, it is imperative that the ig- Coming Events Social Calendar First Christian church will be host at 6:30 p.m. with the monthly all church supper In the social rooms of the church. Mrs. E. u. Gee. will entertain Thursday Luncheon Club. Mrs. Richard Prichard will b« to Jolly Eight Club. Mrs. c. A Cunningham will entertain Mid-Week Club members at her home. Mis. p. D. Joyner will be hostess to Thursday Contract Club. Club Eight meeting at the home of Mr.s. Jesse M. White. Mrs. s. c. Tucker hostess to members of the Octette Club at her home. Bunco Club meeting at the home of Mrs. Otho Stanlield. Plielicaii Sunday School of First Baptist Church meeliiiK at the home of Mrs. R. E. ''.illHooser at 7-30 p.m. will, Mrs, F. E. utley and Mrs Hubert Eeymore as co-hosfsses Friday Miss Delia Purtle will give a book review at the regular meeting of the Woman's CMiib at the Clubhouse at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Paul Byrum entertaining C. B. c. Club members at her home. Civic Calendar Wednesday Girl Scout Lone Troop—8:00 p.m. Thursday Rotary Club—12:10 p.m. Osceo/o Events \Vetlnrstlny Mack Orider Post of American Legion, meeting nt the Legion Jfiit at 7:00 p.m. Firclay Girls nml boys basketball game O.sccola vs. Dell, here at the High Medico/ Journal iditor Would Drivtt Out 'Quacks' LOS ANGELES, J«n. Jl (UP)_ Dr. Morr!» Kshbdn, editor of the American Medical Association Journal, said today that doctors who accept klckbacki and split fees should tw prosecuted a< f«lon«. "Just it we drtv« the quacks from our profession, we must drive out practice, that make medicine a business Instead of a profession " he told a jroup of physlclanj arid surgeon*. "Making kickback« a felony would make It possible to remove a convict«d doctor'* license to practice." WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1941 Town May Be Small But It's Modern \ HOLLAND, Mass. (UP)—Though Holland is one of the smallest communities In the state, it now has one of Die most modern schools Tiie new two-room structure was built because the town's present population of 265 is almost double that of 1930-and provisions have been made for an addition should I the population Increase further. The school has flourescent lighting, sound absorbant ceilings and tiled floors. the country't crop In th« put four years. Newly bred varieties of wheat resisting blight and insects, have added at least 100,000,000 bushel* to | . K««MMDI ,1*11 rial rwtJtwT o* j>t».«ir TOO* Mo«j Dud Coson Post to Aid [ In Distributing Medals Victory and American Defense Medals will |, C presented Army i veterans of world War II at the weekly meeting or Dud Cason Post : 24 of the American Legion at the i IfBlon Hut here next Tuesday , night, it was announced today. A program being arranged for th e meeting | s expected to be announced tomorrow. Navy veterans «'ho rtid not receive these medals at an earlier meeting also will be [presented with them Tuesday night I At the weekly meeting of the I Post last night. It was repr>,ed that, membership now stood at 1 1.050. 1 Norman Dozler and Richard Wood, former Batesville residents now of Blytheville, wc-e guest! ( last night. I The Victory and American De- 1 fcnsr- Medals also will be present' ed eligible veterans, of South Mts- j slsslppi County at a meeting to- j night in the Legion-Community Hut of Mack GrlrJer Post 150 of ! Osceola. ; Joe Henrn, director of the Ar- j kansfls Veterans Service Office In | Litll,, nock, will be principal speak| ei at the Osccola Legion meeting. nili'm system be given periodic it- trntion to Insure the spark reach- ins the cylinder at the proper in- rtant. Continuous Shows Every Day Rox Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 ».m. 1Z:«5 p.m. 4; 30 p.m. lh« Boxy Cut Tim* Today Deep Valley with Ida Luplno and Dane Chirk Continuous Showing Kvery l>ay Also Short Subjects Meeting . . Ertrltictrm save a hook review 'East Diver' by Hohslrm Asrh. Mrs W. E'lringlon was program i - John leader. FillouhiR the program a salad course and htvt tea wcro served the 25 members attending. ; Alpha Delta Chapter of Bctn Sipuin Phi [iiectinR at the home of ,Mi:>. 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