The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 20, 1947 · Page 2
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f,l»AUE TWO BL.TTHETILLB (ARK.) C0UBIEK NKWB WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1947 Eaiily WIma, Soetety Editor ?Mrs7Ladd, Miss Burks Honor Miss Benyinan '* Pirrk^and uhile predominating In ,clitcrtAlnnnf rooms formed the bickgiound j^sterday when Mrs 'Olcit!' Ladd and Miss Billle Sue Bur^s feted Miss Maiy Sue Bfrrj- Jniam bride-elect of Howard Graham" of Stccle and Caruthers\ille, . Mo,' with a bunco pirtj at the 'Ladg home on West Ash Street • S'ory-uook. dolls drc&sed as a In id^ in while ;atln and |^ tnalj of 11 onoi In rose-sprigged -fnbrle. were placed In. the ' living s i r uom The dining table, di-aped witly a la«c clod), was adoined v, ith a rdrcised wcddmp ])arty of lljrnrlnes marching clown tl'e |i c°nler " TUe buffet wn-i centeied with a 'fpryilnl bowl containing, pink flow cii 'From this bouquet pilik ilb- brns streamed to till pink lapci placed in -double candelabra • nl cithsr end ••••of the buffet Miss Lee Hostess To Business Group When the lEijsinoss -Women's Circle. Seven of 'First CBfiptlst Ghui'ch met last night will) Miss Pearl Tv.'e, ei.?ht members were present. Miss -Minnie Bi'O'A'U opened tlic meeting with prayer uhcI'Mrs. H-2r- Shepherd taught the second chapter of the missionary Ixxik. •I'.nis it Is Written." Alter the group 'A'lus dismissed by prayer, ,rcfreslnncnt.s were served. Bits of News PeA.iQ.nal YWA House Party &$ To be Held Here On Friday Night Young Woman':t Auxiliaries from -Baptist churches throughoiit Mississippi County will lie represented it Iho annual YWA houscparly Friday night at Calvary Baptist Churcl Ray MoLfsler, son of the Rev. and Mr. and M»3. Ray li. MclvJSte:- of HI>Mievilte, is seriously ill in a 'Rockford, 111., hospuai, w'.icrc lie underwent a major o|>eriiUoii 'Hici- parents left tonight for Centerpiece for the small tables hore, which CO Kids and several ' nt vlilcli guests wcie seivcd were phll: dahlias floating in tall cry- ,stii; compotes Miss H-rryiiian's plaei counselors are expected to' attend. The theme for the entire pro,ram will he, "A Hainlxnv's Me.s- and with was maiked by a single ;pink . K!1 S°"> me! and. her chair was tied"" Halnuow OIIIDHIB a white -satin bow. - l' lllp '<"•'"'" banquet Friday night: N . j., and Mr. and Mrs. T Hjfieslmieiils of Individual cakes ' at tll ° oll " rc . 11 - Mlss Vannyo Whit- elll of Jersey .City, N. J theme sony. "There's , vl will Uinncli I so ,j Friday night 1 -- In pilik. heart-shaped sand- and iced dunks were serv- ley - to be with him. Hay. who |ir»ihiated this fjpring from -llen- ilrlx College, Oonway.- had gone to Rockford to bo -conneuted witli a iminnfa::turing company. Miss M.iry Virginia :;a.sli of Greenville. iMi.ss., nrrlvcil last night to be Iho giinst-of Mr. and Mrs. I/. O. Nosh until Tuesday. She accom- ipi'iijcd Mr. Nash from Greenville, where he had attended the cullon mechanisation meeting. Mrs. W. .A. Gordon and daughter, .Patricia, of Hmilku, Miss,, arrived yeslefday to bo the liouseguesls of Mr. und Mrs. T. I. Scuy und family. Mr. and Mrs. I-Yank Vilale aiul Prank Jr.. of North Arlington, Spen- iirrivecl cd | t Tn -bunco games } —the, afternoon, high score .was ' woif by Miss Muriel Knudsen and (raveling m-Ue by Mias jo Ann Coiui,ball Hand-painted - pink mid white tfdlies completed the bridal motif '. M^iss Berry tn in was presented •nlver ih her juttern by her hos- <- lesscs C3uests included Mrs B. A. Ber- rynian, mothci of the guest of honor, and Mrs u W Mullins srtfr of Mr Oralmin Stout is Hostess To- Club Eight Members Club Eight mambeif, were entertained veslerday by Mrs. R. B. Stout at hei home on North First Street Guests oilier than members were Mis £ c Owens and Mrs. 1,. E Baker High score m the games went to Mrs. Charles -Langsloa and Mis. G^mham Sudbun won Second. The home was decorated ', with mi\ed Summer flowers and the hostess served a desieit -plate refreshments. Dio.sident of tlie hostess or-,,Monday night to be the guests of will serve as tooslmIs-::Mr. and Mrs. Warren Jackson. Mrs. tress at the banquel, when speakers; Vllalc Is the former Miss Eunice played dlirinir' wlil laclullp M|M > Kathhcrine West- .' Aiiten, daughter of Mrs. Jackson b .brook, Mrs. Leo Dukcr 'of Manila M | iSS and Miss Wtlmn Fondren or New 1 - t .,..,,.,,[ Liberty. A vocal trio which will pre- ( vi s |||.d sent the sonu, "The Rainbow with Miss Cullisori' Announces 'Y' Contest Winners Winners of the concluding contests of the lilylhcvllle Y Summer pluytii-oimd were announced today by Miss-Barbara 'Oulllson, play- liround director. Activities at the playground ended August 13 and H v:ilh tacky party-picnics., In llu- Hist Cl i rough third grade tllvlsion llu 1 dart loui'nanicnt was won by Johnny Richardson with Janool Smith as i-imiicr-ii|>. Mary 1-ou Ciarnc'lt was av,'arded ilrst place in checkers and Johnny Richard- s-m received fiecoiui. Tournament winners in the fourth tlnouuli tiixtli grade bl-acket liave also bi-en determined. I'if.'it • iJluce winnt'r in darts v/as I.an-y - Dyer with Max Owens I'unni'r .ii]>. (Jheck- »TS was won by tiolxu't lilrmlng- Inun witli second jilaoe going tu iiutty I lodge. IlJIly Biimham is let her ball <.-haiii|)!an and second- best is Ncjibeit lilaiiken.shlp. Tacky party contest winners were also naml'd. They are as follov/s- Girls, llr.st thrmii:l) third grades Jiinonl Smith, nrsl, Joanne Scott' second; fourth through .sixth grades^ Carol Dowdy, llr.st. Ploy Scott, second. Hoys, tirst through Uilrd grades. David Oxman, first, John jjaii and Glenn Ladd, .lied foi second; tourlh throuuli sixtl! grades Jlliiiny Graves, nrsl, lillly Buni- ham. .second. Prim's were awarded to winners "f the tournaments and tacky contest. Miss (.'iiIh:,on said that those who have not yet received their awards could pick them up ,at the Y romn in City Hall. At The Ho*** BI.VTHEVtLLE HOSPITAL Admitted: Mr.s. Harold Boyd, city. Mr.s. Jewell Grant, city. Mr;;. C. E. 'Freeman, Roseland Mrs. Kate Stevens, Huffman. Harold Dletrlck, city. Dismissed: li L,. Davis, city. Henry Medlin, city. Jjirtlui: Horn to Mr. and Mrs. c. H. i lardy, Rt. 2, city, a daughter last nilSlit. WALLS HOSPITAL Mis. S. Tremaln ami baby, city. Mis. -nob Barker, Manila. Mrs. J. o. SlrawbririKe and baby, linrdotte. Mrs. Jen Beale. ully. helcn Williams, city, .limnllu lilcliardsoi), -city. 'Bod" Girl Makes Good-and How! Bridge Club Party Given by Mrs. Meats OSCEOLA, Aug. 20. — MlB. •Scarcy Mears was hostess yesterday to Jellow members .of a two- table bridge • club and two other guests. Mrs. 'Elliott Sartalri ami Mrs. Prank Williams. Mrs. W- W. Watson Jr.. anrl Mrs. li L. Nailling won bridge prizes. Arrangements of Slimmer flowers dt-coi'uted'the hoine for the occasion. Party foods with cold drinks were I served ']>y, the hostess. The mother of four-ycnr-okl Florence Hey, of Philadelphia, Pa., is thankful that Hie little girl w:is nnuglily. As punishment, she sent the younyslei* i]]> to bcnl. In Die bedroom FJpronco foun<l her seven- )nontI):;-ci!U brother, Kttwarcl, liatl Ihrusl his'head'between crib slnls and Was strangling. She screnmed for her mother who dashed up' . -stui:^ with some neighbors nad rescued'the blue-faced b:iby. NOTICE NOW AVAILABLE at- your Grocery and Cafe Clover Farms Sealtest Milk & Dairy Products Grade "A" I'uKteun/ert You've Tried (he Rest Now Try Hie Hey I! Ca)l for keiiJtcsl Milk Itelrvered -FKKSH Daily East Arkansas Milk Co. 3133 -Pacific Avo. Memphis, Term. the Rain", will be made up of Miss Ramona England, Miss Pay Easley and Miss Kamolla Jcrnluan. Services which will be held in the ;audilorium followiiiR the- banquet will be open to Ihe public. A feat-. urc of Ibis program will be a talk by Miss Dully Hietl, missionary speaker. Mrs. Orrln Hunt will ulve the devotional and a vocal solo presented by Miss Emma Aycock will have the same title. l'.We Would See Jesus." A trio composed of Miss England. Miss .lernlgan and Miss Betty Atkins will nliiu. Mrs. Eiiimitl. Cross will serve as mistress of ceremonies. ' The bunking party and fellowship program will Include a candlelight service at which Miss Lavernc Ashby ol Little Rock, state young people's director, will .preside. On Saturday morning there will be a breakfast at which Miss 'Hlett will speak briefly and a "sing-along," for Business Women Meet With Mis. W. F. King The Business Women's Circle Ci^hl of Fir-ii Baptist Church met Mqr>day night with Mis W. F. King as'hostess SK members were present Coming Events THURSDAY Miss Mnry Ann Parks and Miss Rosemary Johnston 'cntcrlalniny rwith a miscellaneous shower honoring Miss Mary Sno -Bo'iTyrrtnii, bride-elect. Mrs. Norville Humphrey entertaining ONB Club. FRIDAY Mi?s Mnry Nunn entertaining at , b I Hotel Noble in compliment to 'Miss "Vfrs King presided over : the brief business £tssuui ond Mrs. W. J. Hcdgers gave fhe' devotional. Mrs Clrarles Evans gave (he last chapter of-the'mission study book "W M u At Work" flails for the season of prayer for, state .missions were discussed befoie Mrs B W Wooten dismissed <the -group fl-lth prayer. 'fhe hostess served refreshments office cream and cookies. Mis. Clouse Hostess To Avalon Bunco Club • An 'assortment of-Summer How- erg decorated the John douse home on-Clear Lake Road yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Clouse entertained the -Avalon Bunco Club and another guest, .Mrs. Speck 1 McGregor, with a party. In the games, Mrs. Norman Sp^ck held high score, while bunco prize went to Mrs. Bill Oilbow and low to Mrs. Haskel -Blankenship. The hostess served a plate. Betty Jane Smith, bride-elect. Enslion fiifiina Alpha sorority -en- Icrlnlhlny; at The Ilul with sock- supper and ilnnce. Mrs. Chseter CaUiwell ami Mrs. Russell Fan will entertain with on Informal morning party at 10 o'clock honoring Miss Mnry Sin: Berryman . CBC Club members will 1«- guests of Mrs. Lendcnnic Fowler. SATURDAY Mrs. W. Leon Smith ami Miss Ann Weedman will compliment Miss Mary Sue Bcrrymnn, bride-elect, i with open house nt Smith home 1504 West Walnut St. Betty Slniiknrd ha-i ' re- from St. Louis, where she relatives and friends. She] was accompanied by Miss Mary] Louise Carter -of PortaijevilK Mo.| Mrs. Nornm Nelhcrthiil and daughter and Miss Rhe ; Un Goldne;- returned to their home in Nashville. Tenn.. today after having been guests of their aunt and nn- elc, Mr. and Mrs. 'Wqlter Rosen- thai. The dnuuhler born - to Mr. and Airs. A. S. Velasquez, Aug. 11, lias LOTH nanied Anhdora. Mrs. Velus- CHRV, -Is the former Miss Ann Duncan. IJelty Harbor and -Kathryn Martin iii-e visiting Betty's nunt and uncle, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. H. Uar- nelt In Cartlwell, Mo. Mrs. Oharles 'Bright Jr. and son, and Miss Vernell O'Neal loll' Monday for Corpus' Christ!. Tex. to visit relatives. Mr. ami Mrs. .Lawrence Edwards of 'Monticfillo are 'hero visiting Mr.s. -Edwards' parents, Mr. niu\ Mrs. -n. A. :Gary. Mr. and -Mrs. B\irtis Walden and family .will ileiiviL tomorrow for Richmond,- Cullf., Vlier'e they plan to <makc 'their home. Mr. unrt Mrs. Charley Lutes nnd son, Charles Roy,;.<aiuL Mrs. Phillip Aj.'pleuauiii 'have returned froir a tour or the western states which included a week In Yellowstone National I'ni-k In Wyoming. 'Mr. and Mrs. Knvin Mitchell of Soulhington, Conn., arc the quests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. Leonard Smith, for 10 •days. -En route here they were joined by Jeniinella Jean McFnr- limcl, who has been visUino in Senalh, Mo. i , " Mrs. Roland Green, nccnmpnn- ed by Mr:;, j. A. Pice rmri daugh- er, Miss Evelyn Jean Plgg, of Oseeola, have relumed to then loilic.H after visiting Mr. and Mr.s. Can .u. Maxwell in Memphis Mi- Maxwell is Mrs. Green's und Mrs Plug's brother. While there. Ihcj Utended the MOAT to see "Tlv New Moon." Mr. and Mrs. Fanner England and Mrs. j. Hf Oxman of Mclbornc N. J.. houscguest of Mr. nntl Mrs'. Fred Saliha Elected Men's Club President Fnxl Knliba was elected president of the new men's club of St. Stephen's -Episcopal churcli at a meet- liuj Monday-night when-the name St. Stephen's Men's Club was offi- eiaily adopted by the group. Other officers elected were 'H.'ir 'Goddaut <>r Lcachville, vice presl- •dcnt; John McDowell, secretary, and O. O. nardawiiy, treasurer. A constitution was drawn up ami accepted and the next meeting date set fur Sept. 27 [,t -the lior (it Henry Hoyt in Lcachville. Meeting Mrs. Story -Hostess , To Demonstration Club Mrs. John II. story was hostess Monday afternoon lt> members of the Lone Oak Home Demonstration club. In addition lo the eight members present was a visitor. Mrs. Pat Hill Refreshments of cold drinks ami cakes were served. It was announced that the nest- meeting would be held Aug. as at the home of Mrs. H. E. Davis. ZELLNER'S- KNTOW TO THE VALUES/AT c air Concession Plans Made by Legion Auxiliary 'I'hc concession they will 'liave at Hie Mississippi County fair here in September was discussed by members of tlie'American .Legion.Aux- iliary last night at a business meeting at The HUt. A report Of the state convention lield in July-was given by Mrs. Marvin L.tnc, -Mrs. : C. S. BagKetl and Mrs. Ed -Burks, who were'delegates. Mr.s. N. J. Humphrey, newly Install:l president,-conducted the session. Liquor Store Operator Shot ; in Back by Robber MEMPHIS, Tclin.. Aug. '20. (UP> —Police were searching today for Negro gunman who last night shot a 'liquor store eterk in an unsucessful hold up attempt. The store clerk. J, c. Bcale. 55. reportedly wa;; not in a critical condition. Police said lie was shot VFW Meeting Cancelled There will be no meeting of Hunt- Lloyd Post 227C of .the Veterans of Foreign Wars tonight and the weekly meeting;', scheduled for Wednesday .night-s will not be resumed until sometime next month, according to Post Commander Farris, McCalla. 'Shipment of Bassinettes Just Arrived! TOT SHOP MO So. 2nd St. I'hone 2.'W8 mec in the back. ' Do You S«Her Distress Of ^ -FEMALE COMPUIN1S . With Uncomfcrt- v able Fullness? Are you troubled .by dlsLi'o;^) of Jetnnle ^iliii^Llonn.! monlhly t31^L»irb':i;ices? Docs this tiiahf! you sutler iif!riioti£, restless, weuk—at suclj limes? Then l>o try l.ytUa I-:. Plnklmm's Ve!;cta))le Com- liontitl to relieve such synip(011151 Tn n recent inetllcul test 1'liibhnm's Coni]iuii]i(l provpti remarkably helpful to wuiiit-ii tronhlecl .tilts \wuy. It's what Ilotitonj mil 11 uterine seclutlve. It bus ii tiJ-Liiiil Kootliiny cirect on one o/ icom- &?i'a must important organs, 'J itken rttjviliirly — Plnkham's Com- [irnHKl tiL'IpsbuLIcI nji rcslstuncy to sucli dlsLress. Also u ijreafslornuL-lilc tonic I LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S Ghlckasawba Lodge 134, p and AM, meeting in special communication at tlu' hall tomorrow. 4:30 p.m.. for work in the M : M.-degree All members nnd visiting brothers arc invited, -by order of Max Parks Worship:-..; Master. Memphis. Monday for a series of examinations. Mrs. Ivan ;-R. ; Van-. Patten, Her daughter, is .with 'Her.' Mrs. Jimmy Duncan and 5,011 Jimmy .Jr., and Mrs. K. 'p. HRriled^W Fiopklnsvillc-. K y ; 'arrived'tod ay "'for a visit with their brother. J. •Wilson Henry, Mrs. -Henry and 'soli, Jbnmy. - -. - Mr.s. Franklin Morton and two children ret.inned to th'eir home this -morning In Hope after visits Ins -witli Mr. and Mis. W. Marion Williams and son, Billy. Mr. Horton motored over for them. Dr. J. M. Walls, who underwent a major operation in May followed by a severe case of pneumonia, is now able to .be back In his office and'resume Ins regular duties. Mr. and 'Mrs; Smith Btackin:had as their guests yesterday Mr. and Mrs. R L. Topper of Memphis, who -niotorcrl Smith T. Jr.. home. He and Mrs. Topper have just returned from Baltimore, Md.. .where they were guests of their sister. Mrs. John Hoffman, and family. The Topiicrt; were accompanied alsa by his niece, Drcnda Kay O.'H. Grear allcndod the MOAT i Miles of Memphis. proriiiction "New Moon" Monday. Mrs. E. 13. Williams and children, nighl. Mrs. W. n. Thompson mitted to the Metliodlst | Travis, Miller, and Marthel was ad- Hospital, Port Smith of 'Mi 1 , and family. we;c i;uesls yesterday Mrs. M. C Webb and RITZ Back to School Cartoon Show Friday Morning, Aug. 22 Doors open at 9:30 Show starts at 10:00 Admission 25$: A solid two hour show of your favorite cartoons with v» r ~ Bugs Bunny, Mickey Mouse. 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