The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 21, 1947 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 21, 1947
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BLYTHEVILLK f K'ICWS THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1047 AtewA Beach Tpgs Take to Cover PtUMM 461 irous Parties Given Maudie M. Modinger bunco party given last night W Qt. K«e\cs and her dughter, Mrs • Stenryj PpM. at feet Reeves hoin*£«»> iWwt Ash »as one _ events compliihentirtg Miss '•-'" Uaudie Modinger, vhgJwUl bccojne 5 the bride of Pet»r JtfQff, 4*uman fj of J*ew Orleans In a ceremony Sat- f urqay ruornlng "~ • A bridal motif in white and pal*' , ««£ pinlc was carried out In dec- ^? ' orations throughout the home, i These colors-were accented in the 51 ;«fjtctlve arrangements of garden v nosers and in the dining room pink and vrtiite streamers were su^ended from the chandelier lo th^ refreshmguJt^blc. Astride rtoll in twhtte centered-ithls table, from 'i"~ which canapes and Individual pink cakes inscrib^d^in white with "Maudle and "PMC" wew scWed wilh other partj»xfoods and punch toHhe 25 BirSsfS.-- •-'•••» • -•• 9'fts of linen were presented to t:i« guest cf honor In n surprise shewer The box in which they w:j-e presented was also in pink ar^ white. _ • | Kiss Mctl'rge'r',' \vho' ware 1 a frock 1 of Jptnk and slir£r wliitc, was pre- sei^tcd a rrEi'.go cf yellow' carnn- tir«s and -itephaiirlis by her hos- t'^es Hc£ 1'hnir was marked with ? .white satin .bow. , Prizes In bunco games went to Mrcs GaiPFlch,'.bunco, Mrs! R. W. Vrpkc. high, and Mies Barbara Child, low. |. ; Mrs. Raymond Shamlin and Mrs. Bi|l Gil bow assisted the hostesses, , Mrs. Smart Hostess .Mrs. C.i M. Smart was hostess Tifesday morning with an informal j»fty at her home at 1044 West Walnut St., .complimenting Miss Medlngcr. Party fcoils were served- from a>. table covered with an It4lian cut-work ;cloth and centered with n striking arrangement cr>ellow gladioli with deep purple aiyi pink asters In a crystal bowl. Quests at both of these affairs included - Mrs. I'crcy James Ltvu- man, mother . of the bride-elect, Mrs. Augusto Dufhtlo and duugh- t«». ^Miss Jacqueline Diifhilo, and Mts William, M. Hodgson, all of N<w Orleans, and Mrs. Cornelius Modinger, the bride-elect's mother • Dinner Party Given Wiss Madingcr's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ccrnelius Mpdmger Jr., entertained Tuesday night, with a dinner party at their home at 514 Norlh lath ."St., lor the bride-elect and her. fiance. C • • • - r; ,- 'V.-. 1 ' ' Georgia Guest Honored With Series of Parties V • -;-*'- tsCEOLA, Aug. 21.—Miss Anne Bjpoke of Atlanta, Ga.,- house- g<|est of Miss B;tsy covington h|s b3en honored with a scries of' parties. Friday night Miss Coviriglon en- re 'tained 2 tables of guests, with aidessert bridge. Evelyn Jeflii-plgg wjs winner of high score, Posey Dfiver received lew and Billic Su2 T^cmas cut for consolation. ^Thric tables of guests were en- triftained Tuesday afternoon with J/R-s Inez Hen«ier6Qn--BS '• hostess. MIES Nancy Biur won high score, a»d Miss Catherine Pope rceived {Wednesday afternoon Billte Sue Ticmas entertained with' three tAilcs of bridge. Inez Henderson held the high, score and Betsy Covtngton. low.; • J lArrangements- cf mixed garden [Ijswcrs were Used as decorations fqr all the occasions. ;Party food and iced drinks \verc served as refreshments following ' trje games. Bride-eiecl Honored ' Mrs: C."W.'Short -Miss Betty Jane Smith, bride eject cf Everett Peterson, was com- pCmentsd "last night by Mrs. c. W Short at' her'.home on West Mai Street wtth>, a. miscellauous shower and bingo party. ,The brlde^felcct's chair war, marked -with j a i .white satin bow and bouquets-of- mixed Summer flowers were'u'sfeW lo,decorate the en t^rtalninj rppnis of the home. t In the, games which were p\ay e« all the prizes won were present-' cp lo th| guest, of honor. ,The hostess served a salad plate! end iced drinks for refreshments i • • * • Gsceo/o News ,Mr. and. Mrs. Joe Applebaum aro •perenls of a 'daughter born ycster- *y at the'- Eapli.u Hospital in Meirphis, who has been named Uina Jo. They have another ctougliter. Pearl Ann. Ihrcc. Season's Final MOAT Performances This Week Wliile inost 'Arkansas cities will bs well represented tonight in Memphis at the MOAT's Arkansas Night presentation,. "New Moon", starring Frp.nces ' Greer of, • .Helena and Charles Ycarsley, only a few music lovers vvi 1 attend from Blytheville. : The few -representatives tonight nt one of the best operettas of the Summer will wind up a season of small attendance from \Blytheville. Joncsboro and other Arkansas towns have chartered special buses to take music lovers to the shows. But those going from Blythevllle have arranged for their individual IraiwarU.'dcn. And while many groups have been represented elsewhere. attending from Bly- thevillc have been the few .people who have made repeated, though unsuccessful due to the lack of interest, attempts to start music programs hen 1 . Book Club Meets IAIXORA, Ark., Aug. 21,—Mrs. Champ Meadows, was hostejis to 18 memt>crs of the Luxoni Book Club in her home Tuesday night. Mi's. Werl Steed, reviewer, reviewed. "Give Us Our Dream" by Artcmus Gerlz. Out of town guests were Mrs. Gus Gra/ier of West Memphis and Mr.s. Ned Pentecost of Lexington. Tenn., and MLss Nettie Smith. During the social hour the hostess served a salad plate. Bits of News In Foil At The Hospitak IH.YTIIKVII.I.E HOSPITAL Admitted: David Harmon, city. Dismissed: Mrs. Roy Goodman, Manila. ' Harold Diclrick, city. Louise Haller, Dell. Births: Born to Mr. and Mrs. R. w. Davis, city, a daughter last night. Born to Mr. antl Mrs. Jewel Grunt, city, n daughter yesterday. ' Bora to Mr. and Mr.s. Harold Bo.vd, city, a daughter yesterday. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: J. W. Allrcd. Kciscr. Mrs. J. K. Sanders, Turret I. Mrs. David Whiltleld mid baby, Stcele. Mo. METHODIST HOSPITAL Dismissed: Judith Edwards, city. Halt Moon News • Mits Erle'h? iBaker.and brother, -Tacker, nrc vss'.tiiits i Lhelr ' prand- p.irents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Carter, in Oran, Moi niymond Ei'ans of Oakland, Calif, visited friends and relatives hnrcjhc past week. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Allison snd daughter. Alice, of Chicago, sre guests of his father, J. 1 J . Allison, and family, at their home on West walnut Street. Mr. and Mrs. Ilutlh Whltsilt and daughter, Gall, and Miss Anita Fay neck arc vacationing Walton, Fla. Mr. nnd Mrs. John LcComple of Alexandria, Va,. lire uursts of Mrs. I cComplc's mother, Mrs. Alma Emitli, and gi'inidimienl.s, Mr. nnd Mrs W. 6. I-an«don. Mr. and Mis. noonc Hall, 1201 Chlckiisawlxi Avc.. have as Ihck guesls Mr. and Mr.s. .lames Wilson nnd Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Ilolinnn mid (liiuglilcr, Rhnron, all of Antonio. Mrs. Wil:;r>n and Mrs. Hall are sisters. Mrs. O. C. Onnske h:is returned home from Memphis and West Meirplils. where she vias the guest •if her sir.tcr, Mrs. John '1'unxil. Mrs. aansk-! altcudeil tin- MOAT show "Ncv: Moon" wlJile In Memphis. Mrs. Clccugc M. Stilwcll and (Innelil'-r. Miss CScorgc Ann Stilwell spent yesterday In Muinphls. Mrr,. Harry Woodman. Miss Ann Wecdman. Miss Mury Sine llcrry- inan and Mrs. Anderson are spending the day in Memphis. Miss Rosa Hardy and Mis-> Effie Lcc Terrell spent yesterday in Memphis. Miss Angic Hood has had as her guests her sisters, Mrs. J. E'eterson of Newman, Ga., and Mrs. P. L. Reid. -Mrs, Peterson has returned to her iiomc and Mrs. Reid remained for a visit of Indefinite length. Mrs. Charles Necdhiun has returned home from Oklahoma City. Okla.. where she was the guest of her daiighter, Mrs. W. T. Dotts, and Mr. Dotts. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Smart, son. Murray, and Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon were in Memphis last night to see the "New Moon" at the MOAT. Mrs. W. F. Cooley and son. David, of Harrison have been visiting her parcnls, Mi 1 , and Mrs. M. T. Moon, for the past few days. Condition of A. M. VanWinklc, who has bsen seriously 111 since the first of the week Hospital In Memphis, \viu-. mmn-. proved today. With him are Mis. 1 ' VanWinklc and .their daughter, Events FRIDAY Miss Mary Nunn entcrtaininR ct ifotel Noble in compliment to MIBS Uetty Jane Smith, bride-elect. Epsllon Sigma Alpha sorority entertaining »t The Hut with sock- supper and dance. Mrs. Clisetcr Caluwell antl Mrs. Russell Parr will entertain with an informal morning party at 10 o'clock honoring Miss Mary Sue Berryman. CBC Club members will be guests of Mrs. Lendcnnie Fowler. SATURDAY Mrs. w. Leon Smith and M'ss Ann Weedman will compliment Miss Mary Sue Berryman, bride-elect, with o]>cn house at Smith home 1504 West Walnut St. Oencvicvc Hendry and son, 'Lieutenant David Earl Hendry, of Tampa, Fla. They motored to ML Vernon, III., Friday for a visit with Mrs. Joe L. Bogan. Dr. and Mrs. Began joined them Sunday in Mt. Vernon for a reunion. The Bogans returned home Tuesday. Bat Kadar Bats have made use of a type of radar for centuries. They nrc able to fly in pitch darkness villi- out collisions by sending out shrill squeaks that echo back from any object directly ahead, thus warning of danger. Head Courier News Want Ads. PARIS—(NBA)—Dest-clrcsscd Parisienncr, think it is inelegant, to parnUe "atomic attire" on the summer bcaclic.s. Hence, the flock of cover-up fashions— cxump^ is the Sliiaparelll ensemble shown—which is being seen this summer on the Riviera and nt other smart resorts. A full skirl of striped blue nnd white linen, right, modestly steps out with a sun-back ovcrblousc of bright blue linen. Remove Ihe skirl, as shown left, and tile ovcrbionsc trains up witti a pair of brief white linen shorts, trimmed with striped linen to match the skirt. Luxorn News The n.iplist Woman's Missionary Society met at the Church Tuesday for Ihe Royal Service program. Mr.s. Paul Hays, program leader, introduced the subject on South America. Points under discussion were ".South 'Americans ynd Their Religions", 'Biiptist fields in Sonlli ...... ... ....... .... America and the Use of Evangelism. at the Baptist' Missionaries. Radio and the Printed :iis, was unim-, F asc"; and "Call of Needy Neighbors". Mrs. Julia Owen and Mrs. W:ii;ermiin. They will lie nccoiii- liiinied home by Mrs. Owen's dangh- tei:;, Miss Marylv and Miss Jean. C'.ven, \vho have spent the summer incjntlis with their aunt. iMjss Florence Rush has returned home from a tour of the West. She 1 v,"is accotnpanietl home by her sis- •tcr. Mr.s. Klmj Campbell,' nnd Mr. Campbell of St. Louis, Mo., who remained for a two-day visit with their sister, Mrs. Henry Spann. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. R'jzelle and rr'anddaughter, Ann Ashley Rczelle, •Mrs. John Ford and daughter, Peggy Beth, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hall and son. George spent the weekend in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Olive and Wert Steed were in Jonesboro Friday. Mrs. O ive visited while Mr. Olive and iMr. Steed attended a vocational instructors meeting. 'Mr. and Mrs. William J. FUzhugh of B!ytheville were guests in the Waller home. Thursday. Mr. Fil-',- hugli i.-, pastor of the Episcopal Church in Blytbeville. The 'Baptist pastor, the Rev. A. B. Hill, and Mrs. Hill were guests over Hie week-rod of Rov. Mr. Hill's brother. II. N. Hill. JUKI Mrs, Hill iu Memphis. Miss Betty Page of Reeves. Missouri is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Oscar Sutton. Mr. and Mr.s. Wallc-i Hardin and daughter. Mr.s. Ned Pentecost of [.rxington, Tcim.. are visiting Mr.s. Hardin's brothers, T. L, and "Harry Stanford, and sister. Mrs. Willie Howard. T. L. Stanford, Harry Stanford nnd Walter Hardin left Sunday for Tulsa. Okla., to visit the Stanfords" brother, Henry Stanford. Mr. and Mr.s. Jim McCullar have as their guest, Mr.s. McCullnr's brother^ Melvln Dennis, Mrs. Dennis and their children, Judith and Sally, of Flint, Mich. Mrs. Gus Frazier of West Memphis, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Walter Lynch and sister, Mrs. Tom Cpllis. (Mrs. E. A. Moffett was the guest of Mr. and Mr.s. -M. (J. Cookc, Monday. Dr. and Mr.s. E. R. Begun had as their guest Thursday Dr. Bogan's sister. Mrs. 'Leonard Komcr of Po- kaho, Fa., ami her daughter. Mrs. Shipment of Bassinettes Just Arrived! TOT SHOP I!0 So. 2nd St. Phone 2308 Tert Pr*wd Tti» Crat to Rrfm MONTNUT FEMALE Are you troulj'crt .by distress of female function:!] monthly disturbances? Docs this nmke you euirer from [Jiiln, fcol so nervous, restless, wenk— at such times? Then. oo try LytUu E, Plnk- hain's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms! In a recent lest Pinfchnm's Comixmud uroyed remarknbly helpful to women troubled tills way. It's what Doctors call a uterine sedative. It has a grand soothing effect on one e' woman's most important organs. Taken regularly — PUikhani'i 'Compound helps build up resistance to such distress. Also a great stomachic tonic! LVDIA E. PINKHAM'S &SSSK Peggy. His brother, Bill VanWlnkle ' B >'°wn MoHnney and son. Tommy .and Mrs. VauWinklc, have .returned; l ^.. 1 ? I ;" w:- W A-^.. autom " bi!c Slm home after spcndliiB a clay' with" Ba >' for ^ Hngerstown, Mel., for a. visit him. wuh Mrs. Owen's sister, Mrs. R. L. Judith Edwards, who hus been ill T at the Methodist. Hospital in Mem-' , .... phis with vlrijs pnenmonln, has M l lrcc Mr.' and Mrs. R. L. Hawkins are | been dismissed and is nt liome with In Columbia, Tenn. to be with Mr. Iliwkins 1 brother, George Hawkins, \vho .recently underwent an operation.;": • Mri and Mrs. N. J. Jones and n Tilly and Mr. and Mrs. D. Tom- nson,-are visiting in long Seach, .ilif., with Mr. and Mr.s. Harold iny^rd. Mrs' Cora Bariics and family, Mrs. fs IMosley and Dolores Moslcy •isited in Riplcy, Tenn.. the past week. Condilion of Jahn Hanuon, who ins been seriously ill at his liome, ~s much improved. Mrs. W. R. Lightfoot and Miry .ightfoot were in I.uxDra for a brief time ?ast wcsk visiting relatives. The condition of T. Alexander is much improved. L^ Morr Were Taxed Ten • times ns mnny American!paid income taxes after the war began ns before, the number rising fiom 4,000,000 to more than 40. COO.OOO. her parents at Dlythcvillc Army Air Field. Mrs. Eunice Young and Mrs. Louise Straekc returned last, night from a vacation to Asheville. N. C. Mrs. Thomas West will leave tomorrow for Madisonville, Ky.. where she will make her home. She will join Mr. West there. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Umstord-nnd children have returned to their home in Los Angeles after n month's visit with Mrs. J. E. Lunsford. Shirley King, Sandra Umsford and Mary Trnylor tire spending Ihe day in Memphis. Mr. and Mr.s. Heury Tuvnagc arc spending this week in Union city. Tenn., with relatives and friends. Mrs. James O. Lent'/, ;iml Mrs. Hurry Bogun lire spending the clay in Memphis. Mrs.-G. O. TMclx. 1214 Chirk i- sa\\bn. who lui.s been a patient in the iDiip:is( Hospital in Mniupliir, for the past four weeks, returned to her home here toclsv but her doc- Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO.KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m i:M p m, Box Offkc Opens nt 7:00 p.m. Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Opens Sunday 1:1)0; Starts 1:1S CcntlnootM Shows Sat. and San.' Barilla Night f.verj Night Except No passe* honored on Rnndaj •! the KOXT Thursday and Friday Thursday and Friday Sea of Grass wiltl SpciiiTr Tracy '«nd Katharine Hepburn Continuous Showing Everyday *rf* Selected Short Subject FITZPATRICK Indicated that it would be weeks before she wilt be able lo receive visitors. Judge and Mrs. Holancl Crccn were in Osceola last night to attend the Chamber of Commerce Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Scay. Mrs. Forrest Moore and Mrs. Mike* McnU'n arc in .Houston, Miss., today to attend funcrjil services for Ue;i Syers of Mcb.ilc, Ala., who died Tuesday. Mr. g-i'crs was an. uncle of Mrs. Moore. Percy James I/.tiunnn of N:\v Or- :eans has arrived lieix. [nr the wcel- ling of his lion. 1'cK't -'iunr.s LTH- ' and Miss Maude Modinger. to le solemnized in :\ Saturday morn- ' ng ceremony. Also arrivina for th« event, were "Mrs. D. M, I,e\vi.s ;unl nfant son. Connie, of Nc\v Orleans, '.mil and cousin of the Inidr-oiecl. Worth''Holder leH today for St. liiiiis lor :i three-day varatinn. lie vill jiin Mrs. Holder, who ha.s been I here for a brief lime. tot jRead fcourier Wws Want Ads 1ST REMOVE [CESS ACIDS of Kian«y Tub*. ? Nature rid your * w ?.* n ^ POiMDons waste. rot khhMr f onrtion ptrmlts r M remain in JCTIT blood. U STUDENTS ..We have several new " Royal ^Portable 1 Typewriters CUAKANTEJOI) Samuel F. Norris Outfitters '. 1'rinlcrs — Stationers Across from Cily Hall ;>;>;>;>;>;»;>;>;>;;••;»>;;#;;•;>;>;>;>;>;>;>;>", il EVcaatat or scanty j^^th^sS^^ 'iSas^Aosgj A KEN1ILE FLOOR For Modern Home Improvement Cleans like a breeze wilh soap aiul wilier. Looks like a million all the lime. Never sliows scuffs or scars cigarette burns—spilled liquids. That's KKNTILK .... and.a'handsomer floor can't be found' DEAL'S PAINT AND WALLPAPEK STORE "Your Wof/poper Style Center" 10» East Main St. V'hone 4fi9 Back io School Cartoon Show Ji>Friday Morning, Aug. 22 Doors open at 9:30 Shov/ starts or 10:00 Admissiosi 25$ A solid two hour show of your favorite cartoons with Bugs Bunny, Mickey Mouse. Pluto the Pup, Tom and Jerry, Popcye the Sailor/ Little L,uki, Mighty Mouse, Daffy Duck cmd many others. No Posses Admitted A Free Sack of Popcorn A Free Cartoon Comic Book Note to Parents: This is strictly for the kids. Adults will not be admitted. Atl 1. BOY MEETS GIRL. After the meeting ond during the courtship they know they were made for each olher. He proposes . . . the wedding date is set. Together they select the diamond. Both ore hoppy. She is thrilled by its fire flashing beauty ... he is gratified by its remarkably low cost. Act 3. PREACHER MEETS COUPLE. And then the wedding. Culmination of the courtship and beginning of a full and happy life together. A. Diamond solitoire wilh matching AQ 7C wcdtlir.g band. •»*•*«* 14k gold. """^ 8. 10-diamond bridal pair, dclicciteSIQKW- TERMS mountings 14!: gold. of C. 8-diamond weddinq duelte mounted? 139.75 URI.'iS in glsaming 14k gold. D. Dkimond Engagement Ring, mounting 1AO 00 IlKI.t. cf 14k gold. E. Flashing solitairo set in supremely' 17C QQ simp'e 14k gold. I FITZPATRICK JEWELRY STORE It Tokes Only 3 Minutes to Open a Charge Account

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