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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 28, 1947
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1947 3 Emily Wlwwh, Society Editor •4 r jf> PhoM 4«t Home Demonstration Ciubs to Have Ciiib, Clothing, Other Fair Booths' FlveX Mississippi Counly Home Demonstration Clubs have registered for^booths at the County Pair, which* will "begin here ' Sept, 2-1, and'nUa council meeting yesterday at Flat Lake olul> house plans were mado 'for the inhibits. CluljJ which have registered are Flat L»ke, Yarbro, Dos^'ood Hidgc, Armor*! and-Lone,Oak. ... ^ • i i ij J MlSS 11'lmblC Honored iw;.i Informal Partv \VlU\ iniormai I any Mr.s. Fanis McCnlla and Mrs. Tliacl Nicol 'enteiialned with jiiifnniiKI morning pnrty yesterday at the McCalln home In coin- i'rnenl to Miss Susan Trimble bootjj in "'hich" exhibits will elude Tpifxircts of the farm horne and in adrtl'iiin there will lie a clothirre beo'h. food booth nnd handicraft .booth for individual entries. For the first lime there will bo a commercial booth -.(here members will sell canned goods, handvffirk or other products. A per- centers of the profit will go to the County Council. In charge of the clothing bMlh : ... will !$ Mrs. T ,R. Wr.tson: Mrs.' G F. Ecrnpc and Mrs. P.S.Parker •3| r lh c j a y Party Given Each of the gvouws will have ' !• >mi-m '" »"<*• ">•"•"• "••"*"• * In-' of 'Loiinokn, liousceucst of her sls- 'er, Mrs. James Hoy and Mr. Hoy. The (lining (able from which as- •"itcd party food was served was -vrrlald with a linen cloth and Bits of News Dinner Honors Laymen, And Methodist Leader Members of the First Method 1st Church, who have been assisting the Hev. H. L Kobison In conduetin-i services ;r> ::ic ;.:e;'.iodlst Churches ' at Gosnell. Ixine Oak und Half moon, were (he Bucsts of Mr. and Mrs. Gils Klierdl Jr.. last night at a dinner meeting held in First Church. ! '1 mi !l'_'V. Mi 1 , Robison was commended for Hie program which calls for participation of lay members !i; the conducting of worship serv- At The Hospitali BI.YTIIKVIM.K HOSPITAL AUinlUcd: telmer Hongood, Holland, Mo. T. i. Hl|>p. city. Jj. I*. Aiulurson, city. Kathleen 1'oote, Ilayli, Mo, George Dowen, city. Dismissed : • I 1 ', n. Rose, city. . IJorotliy Slanfleid, city. Mrs. Finlcy Perkins, city, Tlie Rev. and Mrs. Deiilon Ne:l and children have returned t their home In Washington, D. C. a.'ter spending their vacation here with her mother. Mrs. G. Hyrd. Mrs. W. H. Venn and children o; Memphis have Ijeen visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Buck, for the past two weeks They will return to Iheir home this weekend Dismissed: Tommy Beacham, Htc 2, city. Mrs. J. B. Stabbs, city. Mi-I.KMOHK CMNIC Dismissed: Mrs. Ruth Swaiiscy, Osccola. HAI'TIHT IlOSmOI., M«iil|>! V Dismissed; Mrs. Joe Applolinnm, Osccolii. sis .'parpotted & E - ~ l " raoior ii " ' w i ll s=s s 'issfSdu, ice.s. The program makes it possible for the three ciiurciies to have two services each Sunday even '.hough the one pastor must serve Hie three charges. Mr. Eberdt Is chairman of the committee nsslsllny In this new lay aclivity program In First Church ~~ ~ '. and last night's meeting was cli- Qut-OT-Town People inuxeil with the presentation of n Aif_ n J Fi.-rtr/nf ftifpc check for sioo to me HCV. Mr. iiob- Attend funeiai Kites ison Irom n smnll group of First Church members to supplement his salary from Die congregations of them. I-or Donna Faye Tinker will h»ve charge of the f^od booth: Mrs. Zca Thompson. Mrs. Leonard fTniih*nn-i iV'rs. W. O. Anderson of the c'lpirnereial booth and Mvs. Lee i EUles'ol the handicraft Lootli. i E-iec'eri to b"! in charge of vari- i if T ,.--jvnr-oki Donna Faye Tinker rvs clvfi) booths each day were, lor ! nr r U , r[ >(] the rcl" of hosiers yes- Thur=4'V. Sept. 4, Mrs Glonii , ..^..y ;,f, cmo ,,;, w hen her mother. A'e-Rnder. Mrs. J. W. Fields. Mr.s. : M| ... ' To:1 ,, tlv Tinker, gave a party Clarence Wodard ant! Mr?. Bovcc • Moorq;; Friday, M"s. \Valt?r Lutes, i Mrs. Rarker, Mrs. Taft Metz<?cr and ! Mrs. Maud Cnssidy; Saturday. Mrs. D?ve -Abbctt. Mrs. Onie McOuirc, Mrs. g- A copelond. -VVs. J. W. Pole" Jnd Mrs. Sally v cedhnin nnd for 5-*nday. Mrs. Elza Wheeler. Mrs Simpson. Mrs. Cpal Sanford and Itifrs. Watson. Robert Blnylock. E-ecrctnry of the Fair Association, attended yesterday's 'council meeting und risked that £11 clubs which planned to have Ijoc-tVis at the fair call tcle- phone-,2162 cr write to him .for re- Mrs T. I. Seay and Mrs. Forrest J«v ^ '• ««™ " 00 ™. "S:!.^^ Sandr:l ' ""Ijllnti^'of'lhe^,^ In Mfinphts today. •.Vfsi Polly Ann Wliltner. of entered f crepe myrtle, other bouquets of r :urrn:er flowers were used in the decorations. The guest of honor wns prcscnl- ^d with a gift from the hostesses. .., . . . Louis Wanda Kerfool of Pocnhon- tas. Mrs. missel! G nines and daughter, Monn Joy, are spending the day in Memphis. Mr and Mr.s, Augusta Davis and family of Houston. Miss., arrived \ViiU I'.cr smile flashing and her today to be the houseguests of Mr. ye:; rparVUing v.'Hh excitement, "' CKOEOLA, Air,'. 23.—Here today to I'.untd funeral rites for Mr.s .v : ;'c!ied Ca^le Brown, \vllo died Arkonsans Get Assignments at Legion Meeting HEW YORK, Aug. 28. <UP>--Va- rlous members of Arkansas' delegation to the American Legion convention here arc re;<dy for action on national cominlUees today, following their appointment by State Commander Leonard W. Moody of Marlanna, Ark., yesterday. Moody named Verne Presley of Helena on the credentials committee; Billy B. Steed of Leachville on the rules group; A. U Smith, Jr., SHoam Springs, on the committee for permanent organlxntion; and Harry G. Miller of El Dorado on the child welfare group. Other committee appointments included: Leonard W. Moody, Mar- lannu, Americanism; Eugene Ilaker, Tuckermnn, constitutional amendments; DC. L. J. Kosrninsky, Tcx- arkami, education of veterans' or- national defense committee were: Swift Hi the Driver, Nodcna and Brig.-Gen. H. U McAlister, Con- \ GrUler area; Joe Drown Guyn and way; Truman linker of Searcy, Nathan Gordon, of Monition, H. M. Warner of FJippIn nnd Gov, Ben Lancy. The two members of the rehabilitation group were: Joe Hearnc of Litllc Hock and Ilendrix Lackey of Mountain View. Young -Democrat Leaders Named In South Missco GSCEOLA, -Aug. 13. _ s \V Fuller, farmer of the Carson Lnke vicinity, recently named drive clrilr- man of the South-Mississippi county Chapter of the Youns Democrats Club announced today plans for a large scale membership drive for this section of the county during September. The principal objective of the Young Democrats in this c.?u:Uv will be push the s.ile of poll taxes Bill Joe Denlon, In the Wilson, Bas- Eett, and Marie area; Ray John- Eton, In the nycss areas; James Woodward and Harry Dunavant Jr., in West Ridge, Kclser, and Eto- wall area; Ben F. Butler Jr.. and Seymour i/ockliart, Joiner and re- can Point area; and Frank Dean Jr., and G. A. Looncy Jr., in the Frenchman's Bayou and Wlftlon area. r Co You Suff«.- Distress Of ^ ^FEMALE COMPLAINTS With Uncomfortable Fullness? phans; Jack Pearman, Little nock, among veterans and to combat pub- dcd the Allen D. Stewart, pastor of ii'rvey Morris, it Church Board „, • of Stewards. The dinner was pre- 0 | pared by members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service. employment; Robert L,. Gordon, yesterday aftrrnc-ji). are Mrs. GuJ | Dermott, finance; J. Wesley Sam-: iirndfisun i;t Riplrv. Tenn.. Mrs i pier, Rogers, foreign relations; J.I flie I'j'le and Miss Itose Pyle rf n. Lambert, Internal organization; l.irkninn, Ky.. Mr. and Mrs. Wai-',Sam Rorcx, Llttk-Rock, legislation; l:>'j<> C»x or Holland, Mo., Mr. and Horace Mitchell, Little Rock, publi- Mrs. Henry Krarney of French- cations; Joe Morrison, Stuttgart, n'..IP'S rryou, Mr. and Mrs. Dan resolutions and W. W. Anderson. li.'i'diTsoii. nouf.'kts Kearney Mrs.] Jr.. of MontiVllo. housing. 1 t; Uivaltt) •, all of and Mrs. Mnr.phis. Frank cervablons. n thr yard cf their home on West r.h S'.vc.^t to .cokbj-tttc Dormn I''s l;t:thdny. The young hostess wore a pink (rock with machine ribbons in her 'jlond curls. The 21 children played games in '.lw. yard iuid were presented inin- 'ature cards ill assorted colors. R'tccshnients of Ice cream and birthday cuke with punch were served. When the birthday cake with Iliree candles was placed before Donna Fiiye, the guests sang the "liuppy LMrthday 1 ' song and s;ifb; were (lien presented to her. mi Mrs. T. I. Eeay and family for a lew days. Ann Scny, who has been visiting in Mississippi, returned with them. Dick mid John Brui'c Wilson have returned home after a .week's stay In ChlcnRo and after a brief On the cocnlng of the'fair conn- Mntivcrs were also guests. I ly elgbs will mcgt at "tile fair- Jurty f.l-Cnll assisted Mrs. Tink- grounds with Mrs. Kaiel C, Jor<!cn ] C r. ot Little Rock, district supervisor.' • • visit in ^.ti.^.-tiu —— -- inn with their mother. Mrs. B. B. Wilson, will return' to Arkansas Stale College, Jonesboro Mr. nnd Mrs. H. B. Shcarin and Ms. E. F. Mulllns and grandchildren returned today after a WCCK spent along the Gulf Coast ami m Central Mississippi. • William H. Stovall und Mcrrll O/bornc cf Manila will go tomorrow morning to Tfot Springs, where Mr. Stovnll will wed Patricia Lee Glmncr in a v,-- nUl . activc , y netansc6 ln mony Sunday at the Fiusl Chi_is- bQw|s t| orfttc( , linn Church there. Mr. OAornc ^ roonisman. Plnn-. here Saturday 1 . . ^il. and Mrs. Mrs. G/oscoe Hostess Bride-elect Honored Afternoon Party OSCEOLu. ,\I1B. 28. — Mlfs Pals> . _. . J;ine Robinson, bride-elect of Joseph] UCJTlOnstrOtlOn ClMO Alien Emerson of Little Rock, wns M cc t s With Mrs. Mdllory honored Tuesday night when Mrs.] I Minor Taylor and Mrs. William Marshall entertained 30 guests with a miscellaneous shower at the Taylor home on Quiiui Avenue in Keiser. (jifts were presented to Uw guest of hotior '.n an unusual manner in a box shnped as a three-1 Gu'ti tk'rcd wetlding cake topped with The state's five members to the lic apathy towards political mailers. Mr. Fuller said. The chairman divided South Mississippi County into eight districts and appointed captain? to handle the membership camnaign. Trie captains: Ambrose Tcaford and Bill Dye-is in the Luxora. riosa. MilHgan Ridge and Victoria area; Leslie Speck and Henry Jiimes Are you troubled by distress of female hinci'.onnl monthly dislurlriiices? Docs this nmkfi you snlfe from ).nl!i. feel so/ nervous, restless, \vi';ik—at sueii times? T:ien D.I Lytlla E. Plnkhcun's Veselable CL . puutid lo relievo such syinptfliiisl Id a recent medical test Plnkhnm's Compytmil provcil rtmarktibly helpful tn women troubled Ibis wity. It's \vhat Unctorj call n uterine sedative. It baa a Braiirt sonlhlug oJfcct on one o/ woman's most important organs. Taken regularly — riukham's Com- piixiiid helps Imlld up resistance to such distress. Also a £re3t fitoinaelUc tonlcl IYDIA E. PINKHAM'S Mis. Victor Mallory was hostess Ti:i"H<l«y afternoon to "') mumbers or the Yiirbro Ilonit' Dcmonstrn- tirai CH::>. M:T. Eh-a Wheeler gave Hie de\-n: >MUl. enlitltti, ''Well Done. Our and Faithful Servant," and 'All- poem. figures of a bride imd brUlegroom. | tun"' Miss Robinson wns Attractively dressed In n trotisscnu frock of green crepe with brown accessories and a corsnge of Rtnriioli tips and pink Miss! rosebuds, a gifl from the hostesses, 'ere-' Summer flowers in mixed colors crystal and the home. BlylKevillc G-rls Go To Osceola Houseparty IPTA Dance to be Held . At Hut Tomorrow Night T. h .e Parent-Teachers Association of Blythcvllle High School will again sponsor the Friday nlBht dances which are held each year at the Legion Hut. The first dance lor this year's I schcol term will be held this Frl- ' tiny night. H Was announced, today I by Mrs. J. G. Trlcschmanu. All ot I tfie college students and student entering high school here this yenr are aiso invited. Tlitee Blythevllle ttoi-agc gh-ls were ,iit their, homes today after having been in' O.-ceola riurin'*' the' hcrssnshowr for a. • houseparly at Tvhicti~Ann White, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey While, was hostess. '•'• They were. Vivian Patterson. daughter of Mrs." S. S. Patterson. anci Maureen Morris, druighler nf Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. orris. who returned home yesterday, and j ' Vivfcn Taylar, dauglUpr of Mr.J -.,, .C.,,,,,L IJ« C |« CC nnd Mrs. Harm.".!! Taylor. #h3 re-: ; l\JlS. OpCOk HOStCSS tinned earlier. i T n Avalon Rlinro Clllb Vivfhn Patterson escnrttd bv L ° ^VdlOfl DllllLO V.IUU Jimmy Henry. Maureen by Billy Scranton of Jacksonville, .rla , VI- vii-.n !^nv!or by' Jack EilioVt and Ann ifciy C.iO. Redman to ^'jindav niR'n'.* horse Ehow.'.anrt a V- lrt >' Efter*.irri a.t the White^' plantati™ hoir.e N "on HiBjlway''01 'Sc-iit'n. Hilly" Fcranton, 'w!tti' Jiic mother. Mrs. V/. ci Ecrjiitani, ^!s»the '- : -- will serve as ning to go from fcr the wedding OSCEOLA, Aug. 28.—Mrs. J. L. entertained two tables ofj club members and two other guests,; Mrs. Elliott Sartain and Mrs. Ernest Mnnn, yesterday afternoon at her home at 707 West Quinti Ave. Mrs. Sartain was winner of high score in bridge games and Mrs. W. W. Watson Jr.. won second high. Refreshments of party foods with cold drinks were served. DJ'GT in Dyersburg E. P. A pafty given by Mrs. Ncrmnii £-)rck 4t her home rn L'ly Street Tir^da^ T nfternoon was for members of Avalon Bunco Club, all rf \vho|ll were present. Mi-s. ' Raymond Shnmlin won bunco prixc in gam^s. while high •rcyt to Mrs. John douse nnd, low „„ „. tie '••• Jcsso.V\VcblJ5, to Jvfrj. Fpcck. where- the -cthcr'^thrle;. boys make The hostess served n snlati plnte their"horne: • -'•" • wilh cold drinks. OnT,Tues'fir.y morninj ' tlje, girls ... vvEHWhoisefcabls riding, and , that" n anrp Oi'vpn n! Hut nidhfi»MaurrHi and'Vivian Patter- Utlnce VJ^CIl at Hill son ajtendrd the horse show with thelr^hostejs, who wns selccled as cne of the girls to present ribbons and trophies to winners. Party Given By f/innibeth Buckley Miss E;rothy Conley Misses Katl'ryn and Marjorie hobmson ir:id Miss Mary Wood entertained ' at the Hut lust night with dancing party. The CG gucslr, were members of the younger set and included Mis: Constance Eenton of Hampton. VV, who was escorted by BUI Wil-in. Wiflnibsth - -Buckley, f ntertained yesterday with an informal morning party honoring Betsy Oglcsby of Little Rock, houseguest of .Mr. and Jirs. Phillips Robinson. Wlnni- tEth^ the home of her -parents. Miv and Mrs. Earl Bucklfy, HD West Davis St. Assorted ' party foods an3 iced Coming Events drink* ,\rre served frp;n the din- ir.r teble, centered with a crystal bowl 'of snapdragons. Gt6er Summer flowers decorated the entertaining rooms of the home. FRIDAY First Methodist Church will give party complimenting members ot college set at home of Miss Ethel Mor Eherdt. High School Parent-Teacher Association will sponsor High School dance at The Hut, CBC Club will meet with Mrs. A. A. Hardy. \v. H. stovaii. parents of the bride- w, tn Bridge Club Party grcom-clcct, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. O. - ' I James, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Kdds ' QSC ^!rs. O. Shonyo. Mrs. Varnnl Deal, t;i ,^ c . Mrs. Jim Stovall and son, John Robert, nnd Mrs. -Bryan^ Ozborne of Mnnita. ' Miss Jean Armantrout underwent an appendectomy yesterday at Walls Hospital. Tier condition is satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Lex Chnmblin have returned from Hot springs, where they spent the past two ^ \ weeks. I Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ijine and I Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bingham j will spend the weekend nt Big Springs, Mo. Condition 'of A. -M. VanWinkle, who bus been seriously ill i in the Bnplist Hospilal in Memphis, is slightly improved lodny. Mrs. C. M. Turner of DewiU. lias returned home after visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. O. S. Rollison for a few days. . . Mr. and Mr.s. Pheo Faki of f-">w Orleans have been guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. O. 5. Rollison" and Mr. and Mrs. C. E Rollison for several days: I Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kouchinst Dalton C. Fowlston of the will leave tomorrow fcr Oak Ridge.! Fowlston School of Music, who I'cnn.. where they arc employed has attended both Summer terms [i atomic research work. Mrs. at the University of Arkansas, Fay- Houchins is the former Mi^s Opal Ridcnour of Luke City.t T.MIII. They have been the guests of his mother, Mrs. Tnva Houchins. The condition of Mrs. O. O. Hnrdaway. who suffered a broken ankle in a fall, is much unproved. Jiinocl Smith Is in Paragould vis it: ing her nunt nnd uncle. Mr. and Mrs, R. L. Chiles. She wns motored over by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. Leon Smith. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Brielhnrl of Gary, \V. Va.. who have been visiting Mr. and :.:.s. N. J. 'Humphrey and Tires." Roll call was an-1 with reports on articles! nr:h number would e:-:hib:t at the Crutnty Fair in September. Mrs. Mallory demonstrated doilies sjic had made for her divan :n:*l Mis. Lee Stiles discussed the fiiir bjoth. .Mrs. Dave Abbatt, pte-'denL, nskcd that members ci ;"': ! .i'r a slcgiin for the club Ijoolh. - • Mr-. Ancil Webb of Eteale. Mo., a '.•;. itor, nncl Mrs. n. A. Cope- Ip.iul v.ert? winners \i\ r;iime con- le.«!s. Refreshments v.eiv served. The next meetiiv: will be held nt the home cf Mrs. B. A. Bugg. They're Smart! New! And for Fall! Women's 2.98 Funeral services for Mrs. King of Dyersburg. Tenn., has many relatives here, she has visited, were held this mcrr.lng ill Dyersburg. She died Monday. Those going from Blytlle- villc were her niece. Mrs. Olnn Allison. Mr. Allison and family, a nephew, J. H. HoUis and Mrs. j Ilollis. a brother-lti-law. j. B. Via. i nnd Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Alexan- Mr. Fowlston to Return Dalton IN MEMOUSAM Ij! memory of our litlle dau'rhter and sister,' Jackie Hart, who passed :tw:iy two years ago today. T ihe years c!o not dull the pain, run' dear. ^'.is c iii£ yon is almost too hard to ''".^r. But we must believe thai the Lord ' knows b"st And be com!ort?d that you are at who •- r esl - hei-i •'"* 1 ' Mother, Daddy, Brothers Sisters dipt. 'l. He has taken courses in volc^ 1 . thei*rv and harmony, speech. pabHt- school music and piano this Sumn-ur. ettevillc, will return home tomorrow. [ Kc will resume voice classes i a months v:.s:\ in Cnllfornla and the West. They were guests of Sergl. and Mrs. Bill Boyd in Phoenix. Aviz., nnd Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bra'n- son in San Francisco. Ciiiif,. and Miss Robinson's aunt in Vallcjo, Cnlif. They also spent a \veck in ^ L/.>s Angeles. Mrs. Max Usrey is in Comvay at- Icnding n three-day Home Economics conference. She will acnin teach Chestnut! of Vcro Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Masscy of Ma- Home Economics at Burdelte schools nila for two weeks, returned home : ^ 1 ' s y crir today. 1 Mrs. John Thomas and Miss Mary FIil - Icft toci ">' atlcr vtsili »S Ml - »nd Adah Robinscti have returned Irani , Mrs - p - B - -Joyner and family, foi several days. AAA For that-chic,casual JooX, cross .bands of smooth yearling,( a leather of infinitely soft glove-tan- kage), jQln in back to form a closed heel. In the platform"* .thick, soft" felt cushion is embedded . that absorbs the shock of walking, and on the . lo» wld? heel' the foot rests with wonderful comfort. In wonjdtrftfl 7 down-to-earth colors. Red Clover (dirk red),-Montsrey Pine, (dark green), Only 6,95 Just in Time for School THE BEST BALLPOINT PEN VALUE EVER! Continuous Shmva Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Slnrts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI,CN g:0fl a.m. 12:45 p.m 4:38 I Smart, new Fall styles in soft rayon/ crepes, wool or rayon jerseys . . . perfect with your new suits! 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