The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 23, 1948 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 23, 1948
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1948 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.V 'COURIER NEWS Phone 4461 Valentine Dance Given ' By 20th Century Club Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mac White, Mr. and Mrs. Colcman S. Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Oben, Mr. ^nil Mrs. James Stevenson and i^r. and Mrs. Willard Pease were nosts and hostesses last night when they entertained 20th Century Club members and a large number of Suests with a Valentine dance at the Legion Hut, The table from which assorted party foods were served, was covered with a white cloth and held a centerpiece of a low bowl filled with red roses and flanked by red tapers burning In crystal candelabra. Red hearts were placed over the (able to carry out the Val- entlre motif. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bowls, Mr. and Mrs. James •Nelson Parks. Mr. and Mrs. Jame*. Terry, Mr: and Mrs. William D. "Ciodwln. Mr. and Mr.s. Elbert Huffman, Mr. and Mrs. Max Logan, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hulsell and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence S. Webb. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ashcraft, Earl Oliver, Miss Jane McAdams, Miss Martha Prances Stevens, Todd Harrison, Miss Jane Castillo, Rube Carson, Ralph Fatten. J. T. Sudbury, and Bryce Layson. • • « Miss Yarbro Engaged To Gpl. James Aycock Engaged Miss Peg^y Yarbro's engagement (o Cpl. James Aycock, son of Miami Mrs. I3on Aycock of Hlsthevillc was announced today by her parents. Mr. anil Mrs. Doyle Sanders of Braggadocio, Mo., formerly ol Blyiheville. Miss Whit worth Honored Receives Award miers «i » vr 11- cl Braggadocio, Mo., formerly of Bly- With Lingerie OnOWer Ihevllle, today announce the engagement and approaching mar- | Miss Hope Whltworth, bride-elect Mrs. Owen Compliments Miss Ethel Mae Eberclt Miss Ethel Mae Eberdt, bride-elect of Joe VanCleve, wa« honored with another In a terlei of parties being given for her. when Mrs. Jack Owen complimented her with a mlscell neous shower last night at her home, SOC Crvickas&wbi Avenue. Entertaining rooms of'the home were attractively arranged with bouquets of Plcardy gladioli. During the evening bunco was played by the gucitc, with Mlsi Iva ;eay winning high, Mrs. GUI Eberdt .ow aivd Miss Ruth Seay, bunco. Mrs. Eberdt. mother of the bride- elect, was a special cuest. Miss Eberdt wore for th« occasion, green crepe dress fashioned with side drape with black accessories. She pinned a corsage of yellow carnations, a gift of the hostess, at her shoulder. A dessert course with coffee was served. • • • Dessert Bridge Is Given By Mrs. Herman Beshearse Mrs, Herman Beshearse was host ess last night when she entertained two tables of bridge at her home. In the games played. Mrs. Frank Turck won high and Mrs, Edsel Coates, second. Potted plants decorated the entertaining rooms of the home. A dessert course was aerved. PAGE rrvjs. Bits of News Princess Anne And Exiled-King Are Re-united DAVOS, Swtl/nlmid. Jan. -a (UP) — 1'rlucosn Anne o( llombou I'nrinn was reunited with lonner King Ml- clmel of Romania for (he flrsl lime of" Damon FiiTii'VoVi'f!!!," 11 '' 'I 1 * 11 ™'"" "hen "'^ met nnd Mrs. Jessie Farrls whoi "".".Y ."? ''""""?' sl " k >'\ "'•"•• ,n a ,,a,,en, at the Momph.J „£,"«>- *£»£ «»™«N who wns accompanied by her mother. Princess MiU'Ki'Clhi-, The reunion climaxed two wockn of confusion and uncertainty ns lo thi status of the romance which flowered when both went lo London foi the inarrliiKo of Princes; Kll/ubclli When the abdlcnllun uf Mlclnu was Announced, It wns assume 1 ! LOCAI.S- Condltloi of Mr has been n patient at the Mompl llaptist Hospital since Christinas, Is unchanged. Neville Blukemore Is confined to Ills home with a severe case of lar- The Utv, Sam Yaucy, superintendent of Mt. Sequoia. FnyeUevllle. will arrive tomorrow to spend the weekend with his nieces, .Mrs. \JL- nlcr Itccd and Miss Angle Hood. Conrtitlon of Dwayne Tinker, ion of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Tinker, who was dismissed from lllythovlllc Hospital yesterday, where he under- and Mr.s. Allen C. Drooks imtl daugh- rlage of their daughter, Miss Yarbro to Cpl. James Aycock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Aycock of Blythevllle. Tht wedding will be solemnized in February at Omaha, Nebraska, ^fcere Corporal Aycock Is stationed. Mrs. Stanfield Hostess To Bunco Club, Guests Mrs. Otho Stanfield was hostess yesterday to members of the Bunco Club and eight guests, Mrs. Cecil Wroten, Mrs. H. A. Jones, Mrv Jerry Hearn, Mrs. C. R. Orsburn, Mrs. Jack Mathcney, Mrs. Paul Human. Mrs. Kelton Francis and Mrs. W. C. Colston at her home on E. Davis, In the bunco games, Mrs. Francis won bunco, Mrs. Clyde Eldridgs. high and Mrs. Jones, low. A Valentine motif was carried out In decorating the entertaining rooms of the home. Refreshments of assorted party foods were served by the hostess. Phebean S. S. Class Meets At R. E. Van Hooser Home Mrs. R. E. Van Hooser, Mrs. P. E. Utley and Mrs. Hubert Seymore were hostesses last night when they entertained members of the Phebean || Sunday School class with a "white "elephant" party at the Van Hooser home. During the evening the guests played various games. Mrs. Vesta Row en presided over the short business meeting and Mrs. Rayford Lamb gave the devotional. Entertaining rooms of the home were decorated with bouquets of fellow pom 'nou chrysanthemums and Dutch iris. A dessert course was served. Mrs. Prichard Hostess To Club Members, Guests Mrs. Richard Prichard was hostess cesterday afternoon at her home to members of Jolly Eight Club and two ;uests, Mrs. Albert Enderlin and Mrs. Haskell Blankenship. When rook games were played during the afternoon, Mrs. Grover Wren a p on high, Mrs. Prichard, second, anrt Mrs. J. O. Huey. rooko. Entertaining rooms of the home *ere decorated with red hearts to tarry out the Valentine motif. A salad course was served. • * • Mrs. White Entertains Members of Club Eight ^}Irs. Jesse M. White was hostess ^sterdny when she entertained i members of Club Eight at her home on East Davis. During [lie afternoon bridge sanies, lush s:ore wai won by Mrs. 3. O. Poeti and Mrs. Graham Surf- | Dilry. second high. j The hosier,!, served refreshments 3f a dessert course. | of EKvood Dccn, was again complimented last night when Miss Billie Damon entertained with « lingerie shower at her home on Kentucky Avenue. During the evening when various games were played, were won by Mrs. Lewis J. Partridge and Mrs, James Nierstheimer. Miss Whltworth was presented her gifts by the hostess In a box decorated with white and red hearts to carry out the Valentine theme. Tiie hostess presented the guest of honor with a corsage of white carnatlonK and hyacinths, and she wore a frock of brown crepe with palomino accessories. A dessert course In keeping with the Valentine motif, an dcoffee was served. • * • Fellow Workers Honor Mrs. Marvin Crittenden Mrs. Marvin Crittenden, who before her i'CL-ent resignation was director o! the Mississippi County Department of Public Welfare EoLVd, wns honored last night when eight of her fellow workers In Bly- theviile and Osceola, entertained with a theatre party followed by a chicken dinner at the Golf Hotel Coffee shop. The dinner table was overlaid with a white cloth and a rainbow color scheme was carried out in decorations and pl&cecards. A low bowl of white pom pon chrysanthemums and purple iris centered the table. Following dinner, the workers presented Mvs. CriUenden with a gilt of a compact. Mrs. Crittenden left today for Little Rock where she will join her husband, who is with the State Welfare Department. Mrs. Gee Is Hostess With Bridge Luncheon Mrs. E. B. Gee was hostess yesterday at her home to members of Thursday Luncheon Club with two-course luncheon. During the afternoon when bridge games were played. Mrs. Byron Morse won high and Mrs. C. W. Afflick, second. Entertaining rooms of the home were decorated with bouquet* of red berries. Bridge Luncheon Given By Mrs. F. B. Joyner Mrs. T. B. Joyner entertained memb«r« of the Thursday Contract Club and two (ue:ta, Mrs. Edgar Borum and Mrs. J. W. Rayder, with three course luncheon at her home on Holly. Potted plants were used In the K , "•>>•— ... "*o ,.i,oo \J^JH, |» vile IIIQI. aiuiieiik. decorating of the entertaining rooms I o»ceola to recelv* It from of the home, where luncheon was i Nashville school. served at small tables. Mrs. H. W. Wylle won high score and Mrs. a. E. Keck, second high in the gridge games played. Miss Emma Cox, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cox of Osceola. has received the "St. Cecelia Girl Award," at St. Cecelia Girls Academy at Nashville. T«nn. 'St. Cecilia Girt Award' went treatment for a head throat Infection, Is Improved. that nn? of the reasons wns his deal r« for freedom to be mnrrlcd |< the woman of his choice. Two weeks ago Princess Anno led Copenhagen, ostensibly lo |m«'c« (lln-clly In Swllwrtnml lei meet Ml lev, Palrlcln of Porlhind, Ore., are the tiuekts of her iiaveiits. Mi. and Mrs. Jessie Knvrls and her ulster,' lollc Mrs. J. D. Aycock mill family. ' Jackie Sue Ilnrdln. dnughter of Mr. and Mrs, Tom Ilnrdln. who nils been 111 al her home of a thront Infection, is Improving. 14. c f n • R - A Elulcs 'eft today for Viidcu. MISS emma Cox Receives | Miss., to attend funeral son-Ices for hts brother, 0. c. Eades. 74. who died in a Wlnonn, Miss., hospital after a week's Illness. Mrs. C. P. Tucker Is 111 al . chacl. Instead she went lo I.nxcm lioiirc. where Mic was n guest her ainil, (ho Grand Duchess Clvnr Auto Crash Toll For January Tops Total for All of '47j UTn,K 'ROCK, Ark,. Jun. 23. i lUl')—Kunurnl services were bciu<{ iilumicil today for 2-1-ywir-uld Jay Olllloii of Little Ho:k, who die;! ye.*lmlay from Injuilcs earlier til thu work when struck by nn automobile. Cllllon wii.s tlic cluhlh iwrson to riiu In n tnitlli: iirclck-nl In hlltlo Rock tht;, month, equaling the number ol truffle fatalities In Little Hock .'or ul, of lfi-n. Offlm.s s;iiil L. M. Hunter, tlw driver of llu 1 ear, womil face clmrni's nf iK'KliKunt homicide, in coimeccloit with Chiton's death. Read Courier New» Want D*Mri th Oritful O6CEOLA. Ark., Jan. 23. —Miss Emma Cox, daughter of Mr. slid MT». Walter Cox. hns received the "St. Cecelia Girl Award", ol St. Cecelia Olrls Academy at Nashville. Tenn. Mlsj Cox received the first honor In grades, and second honor award for cooperative school spirit and popularity. To oblnln this highest honor that Is bestowed on a student at the school, she must also be a member of [he four year graduating class, She is a member of the art class, student council, student government and assistant all the Annual. Mrs. Mary Ann Pinion Dies in Meridian, Miss Pmu'nil .SLM-vlce.i were conducted Wedm-sdny ntieninoii ul Wllllums Funeral Homo In MerUlInn, Mis.-;,, for Mrs. Miuy Ann pinion of Meridian, who died at Anderson infirmary Monday after several works country home with n severe cold. I "I'H'ss. She Is the mother of Pi-iink Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parrls anil | !j ;. nurt James E. Pinion of lilyilie- The faculty of the school selects the one to receive the award, and Miss Cox It the first student from the dallKhter, Clnirlotle, o( Alamfila Cnllf., are visiting with Mr. Kurds' sister, Mrs. J. n. Aycock and family, and Ills parents, Mr. anrt Mrs. Jes- Mrs. J. J. Johnston and Mrs. O. Shonyo left yesterday for a visit In Hot Sprlnxs. Mrs. J. D. McDowell Is 111 wilh a severe cold at her home on Hwy. 61 South. Mr. and Mr.s. W. O. Cales and editor of ! Mr - * nd Mrs ' J - w - Buder of Oaru- | thersvlllc. Mo., are spending sov- Mrs. Tucker Entertains With Bridge Luncheon Mrs. Stanton Entertains \ Two Table Bridge Club OSCEOLA. Ark., Jan. 33—Mrs. Palmer Stanton was hostess to two tables of club members and one guest, Mrs. Chester Danchower, when she entertained at her home Wednesday afternoon. In the bridge games played, Mrs Mrs. J. W. Robblns of Steele, Mo., wns guest with members of the Oct- etU Club yesterday, when Mrs. C. P.! s«arcy"Mear7~won"high'Vcore 'a'nd Tucker enterUlned with • luncheon Mrs. Danehower, second. KUEREX Mokes Pimples Disappear Fast HOll rl*'ltt,fl*C*ttItD1tlnwn txlMW- J wn j.nwr D* oexj.ii .c.'. .o«<r (AC.) Mr "Drug Stores Everywhere" ,t her country home. j Luncheon w»i served at Individual tables each centered with a' small potted plant. A red and white lor scheme was used to carry out the Valentine theme In the dec- j orations. I Folowing the luncheon, bridge . was played with Mrs. Cleo Langston winning high score and Mrs. Tucker, second high. • • • Mrs. Cunningham Hostess With Bridge Luncheon Members of the Mid-Week Club w»re guests yesterday when Mn=. C. A. Cunningham entertained with two course luncheon at her home on W. Hearn. Luncheon was served at the din- eral weeks at points of interest In Texas. The hostess served refreshments of a dessert course with hot coffee. | Mrs. Lovewell Hostess To Bridge Ciub, Guest OSCEOLA, Ark., Jan. 23—Mrs. J. H. Lovewell wss hostess yesterday afternoon when she entertainer) three tables of club members and one guest, Mrs. W. E. Hunt, al her home on Hale Avenue. ' First prlr.e wns won by Mrs. B. O. Bryan and Mrs. Ed Qulrm received 'the cut prize. Following Hie bridge games, the hostess served refreshments of a salad course. Pemiscot Singers to Meet The monthly Pemiscot County Singing Convention will be held Sunday, Jan. 25. at Okena, el^ht miles west of Hnyti. Mo., on Highway 84. Special guests will be a radio quartette. This was announced by B. L. Robinson, secretary. ing table, which held as a centerpiece an atractlve arrangement of white gladioli, chrysanthemums and narcissi in a silver bowl. During the bridge games played, Mrs. J. Louis Cherry won high score and Mrs. Cecil Shane, second high. * Blue Birds Fleet CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo.. Jan. —A "Blue Bird Group" of young girls lins been organized In the Wnr- dell community, with Ruth Ann Tirnmons being elected president, nnd Marlanna Reeves an secretary- treasurer. The Blue Birds are a Junior organization of the Campflre alrli of America, and the Wardell group is being sponsored by the Wnrdcll Rotnry Club. The group lender Is Miss Allcne Mills, and Mrs. Morgan Harris Is assistant leader. Mothers on the sponsoring committee are Mrs. Roy DHIard. Mrs. Everet Reeves, Jr., and Mrs. Max Tlni- mons. ville. Burlul was In Meridian. BcsUkv; ht'r two ROILS, .she Is .survived by three daughters, Mrs. 11. L. Avara ol Cnuseyville. Miss., Mr*, John Trybolskt of tiome. N. V., nnd Mr.s. Ambrose nnllon ol Meridian. Marriage The following couples obtained u lunrrlnge llccnso ye.sU'rdiiy In Iho office of Miss Elizabeth lilylhc, county clerk. Paul Chnpmrn of Ciipe alradmii. Mo. nnd Mrs. Thiiln Kurd of St. Louh, Mo. Tliomns M. Jolly nnd Miss Irinn Plnkorirmn of iilytlicvlllc. At The Hospitals Hlvlhevlllo Hospital Dismissed: Arllne Robinson. Manila. Clyde Wilson, Jr., city. Deway Lee Pierce, city. P. J. Winberley, clly. Jackie Jnckson, clly. Walls HnspHal Dl.smi.sseil: Mrs. Maida Christian and Wilson. biiby DO FALSE TEETH Rock, Slide or Slip? FASTEETH, an Improved powder to be sprinkled on upper lower plates, holds false teeth mor« firmly in place. Do not slide, jllp nor rock. No gummy, gooey, patty taste or fcellnit. 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