The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 5, 1948 · Page 4
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(ARK.) COURIER NEWS Phone •! IC1 Bridge Luncheon Given By Mrs. L. E. CHd Jr. tlrf, L. «. Olri Jr., ywterday when »-».t hostess entertained Pot Luck Supper Given At Presbyterian Church - A pot luck supper was given la.sl, —- night at the First Presbyteriai* the Wednesday Bridge church by Ihe Women's Auxiliary of the church, In connection with Ihc mlslon study book "Committed Unto Us." Participating on Ihe program were Mr.v. Floyd Hsrnhon who spoke on the topic ol "North American Frontiers" and Mrs. J. E. Carler, who chose Tor her subject "Plantin;; the Church," This final chapters nl Ihe ;(udy book will be given at the meeting if the Auxiliary Friday afternoon nt the church. • • • Surprise Birthday Party Honors II. P. Liston Jr. dub and three guestx, Mrs, Marvin Robinson, Mr*. Henry Htim- phreyi »nd Mrs. Chester Caldwell with a luncheon at her home on W. Ketrn. The dining tsble, at which the luncheon was served, was centered with an attractive arrangement of chryuntheniutra in a low crystal Following luncheon, bridge was played with Mrs. Caldwell winning high tcore and Mrs. Robinson, second high. * • • Business Meeting Held By Alpha Beta Chapter Miss Martlm Lou Burks and Miss L.*'"' "' P ' LIs(on ;»•••<"><' "''». Alma Cain were hoMe«es Tuesday !,£, , , f 11 WCr< ! llo ; >l <' s ' H ' s last night to members ot the Alpha ' f V ?, "7 cnlcrt |"" f1<1 wl '» « - ~ - . _ .- _. ' . surprise birthday party honoring H. P. Listen Jr. «t the Uslon homo on N. 5th. During the cvc-nlng. card games were pi.'iyed hy the twelve KUCSI.S i present. Refreshment, of birthday cai:i- Bet» Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha. Sorority and one guest, Mis.-; Delia Purile, nt MLss Burks home on Main St. Miss Billie Damon, president, pre- •Ided during the business meeting, »t which time a report was given by the secreUry and treasurer. Dunne the program, Miss Purile give a book revlc* on "The Bishop's Mantle" by Agnes S. Turnball. The hoste&wi served refreshments of auorted cooklej with hot chocolate. Mrs. Ferguson Hostess To Avalon Bunco Club Bits of News . which centered the dining lablc] and hot chocolate were served by the hostesses. Entertaining rooms of the home were decorated to Valentine motif. carry out the Mre. Bill Ferguson was Club Is Entertained At Mike Nailling Home OSCEOLA, Ark., Pet,. 5._Mrs Mike Nallliiijt wa.s hostess to two hostess ; tables of chili members and one yesterday at the home of Mrs. W. i Kuest. Mrs. Roy Cauley o[ New P, Mahon on w. Kentucky, to members of the Avalon Bunco Club, one . Orleans, houseguest of her mother Mrs. W. T. Ramsey, when she en- guest, Mrs. Tom Barlow and a new I tcrtalncd veslcrday afternoon member, Mrs. Reba Davis. \ Mrs. W." w. Wat.Mn won high During the bunco games played, | score and Mrs. Ed Simmons won Mrs. Davis won bunco. Mrs. Speck I second Mg h In the bridge games McGregor, high score and Mrs. 1 played. Raymond shamlin, I6w score. Entertaining rooms or the home were decorated with attractive arrangements ot mixed flowers and potted plants. The hostess served refreshments ol pie with coffee. Following the panics. [| lc i ms i(., s , salad course with hot served i drinks Mr. and Mrfi. M. R. Harper and children. Teresa and M. R. Jr., of Houston, Tex., are .spending two weeks lure as guest ol Mrs. Hat- ucr'f. i'aiher, O. A. Rousli ant! other relatives. Bill Godwin, son or Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Goodwin, has left for Pcoria, 111., where he will be employed by lh« Caterpillar Tractor Co. Mr. urn! Mis. E. L. Hale have as their housi'UucMs for several days, Mr. ;md Mrs. John Doyle Wallace ll MoiTi.~to\vi], Tenn. Morris Zcllner left Tuesday nigh: for St. Louis where he will attend market. He will return home Fridav, The Rev. Bernard Brackln, former, i ly of Hlythcvllle and who (or the past month lias lived in Kentucky, ha:; mo\ rd to Knoxville, Tenn. He I. 1 ; expected to relurn to Blylhevllle the latter pan nt this month to visit wllh his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stnilh Ilrackln. Capt. and Mrs. Howard A. Bootic and soij. Howard, who returned recently from Germany where Capt. Boonc was stationed with the Army of Occupation Tor the past 20 months, have returned to their home in Memphis after visiting here with his mother, Mrs. O. B. Boonc and family. Capt. Boone will be stationeii at Fort Knox, Ky., \mtll he receives Ills discharge in Jmie. Mrs. Odell Sanders of Greenwood, Miss., lias arivcd for n visit with her mother, Mrs. M. O. Usrey. Paula Mosley, daughter of Russell Moslcy of HunUsvlUc, Ala... has arrived for an indefinite visit with her (,'r.indpnrei}Ls, Mr. und Mrs. Sylvester Moslcy ami family. Mr. am! Mrs. Erby Appleton are now residing In the Edgar Bormn apartment on Molly St. Mrs. App;e- \ Many Attend Funeral ;0f Mrs. Tera F. Turner Town anr) Cnnnh-v fink ' Ollt ot ttnvn People who were here JOnn ana UOUntiy Ullb (Tuesday for the funeral of Mrs hntertained By Mrs. Rose Mrs. R. C. 7?/>i£ ivss hostess yesterday afternoon- at her home to High Ball A Florida lovely wearing a California swim-suit is news! The reason behind the strange alliance is the swim-suit itself—it will nt any figure. Cole of California made it, o( two-way stretch cotton. A Cypress Gardens, Fla.. model Is wearing It Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday •layccettes will meet at the club- THURSDAY, FKBRUAUY 8, 1948 High School Honor Roll Prepared For Third Period of Semester Carroll Kvms. led the High* School Honor Roll lor the third six wcck.1 iiertod ol the First Semester, It was announced today by Miss Hosa Hardy, principal. Other students who made the honor roll Include: .Marjorlc Hale; Lloyd Koonlz; Dorothy Lum; Peggy Van Winkle' Jimmy I/we; Shirley King; Ann Mcl/.od: Ren Borowsky; Charles McDanlcl; Nancy Shlvley; Mary -Morgan; Bonnie Goff; Murray .Smart; Mona nalnes, Jack Hornci; Pat Ke.igcn; Charles Hcnder.-,uii c O. Redman; Elcwvn Caldwell- Clarice Maxwell; Mary Ball; John Wilks; Gay Garrlgan. I.oulsc Sullivan: Patty Bartholomew; Mary Jo Eaton; Maxlne Hill- Veruell O'Neal: William Austin- Ann Cathey; Don Peterson- ^cV Dnclos; Dudley Hardy; Dlaniia Zel Jer; Palsey Pope; L.-I June Atitry; Dclnris Paiker; Wanda Burress- l.nrry Williams; Vivian Patterson; Dick Williams: nick Held; Jim fjinca.ihire; Bobby Paye Michael; Evelyn cunnlneh.im; Charles Bel- knnp; Mona Goodrich: Mose Simon. R. C. Allen; Alcda Freeman; J.oulxc Turner; Jimmle F. Clcin- OILS; Pat-iy nr.sh.irse; Vivian Taylor; Bobby Muiicn; Kdward Plpktn; Howard Bailey: Jim Deer: Arcleii Ferguson: June Stlrcs; Julia Swink; Nanry Uratcher; Fonny Lackmann; I/ninelle overman; J. B. Higgs; Pesgv Freeman; Kitty plunked; Sue Shaver. Thaw makjiij; honorable mention were: ne:ty Harber; Lucille Hi/.ib.-ird; Betty Wlxson; Emma Blanchard: .Mfljiou Mayes; Mary Hue Hawkins: Btllie Jane Rodders: Betty Woolen; F.uth Hale,; Jim Henry; Joanne Trleschmanir, Robert Crnftor.: rxirothy Wright; Thelma Rice; Tomti^c Wells; Louis Anderson; Roy Smllli; Bobbvc Pave Whlscnhunt; Helen Scymorj; Betty Ariiey; Carolyn LIntzenlch; Juan- Itn I-Jberdt; Barbara Monaghan; Ted Vance; Doris Stone; Jerry Phillips; Ruth Freeman; Nnncy Damon; Sue Orsbttrn; Bontta Slankard: Patsy Bartholomew: Mary Fi-anci.; Cinlnes: Betty Gltsson; Belly Gofonh: Graham Pnrtlon 1 ; Reba Benslcy; Raiupna Crjitton. Jury List for Ptmiseot Circuit Court Is Opened CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo.. Feb. 5 —Names of persons selected for Jury service for the March term of Circuit Court here were announced yesterday by County Court Clerk Harold S. Jones. Included in the list were najne. 1 ; of rive women, Mrs. Hike VanAus- dall, CanUhersvllle; Mrs, Lacy Bush. Oftyoso; Mrs. J. M. Miles Haytl; Mr.s. Paul Chlllon, Braggadocio; and Mrs. G. R. Henderson, Concord. 7!>e complete list or Jurors Ls e.s follows: Little Prairie Township (Carulh- ersvllle)—Alonro Kersey, Wallace Hulbert, Lex Grisham. Mrs. L. K. ! VanAusdall; alternates, Loyd Avis, G. s. Myrick, Bob Buchanan, Cyril Hendrick-s. Butler—L. E. Covey; alternate, N. B. Summers. Virginia—O. L. Story and Joe I. Hamford; alternates, D. A. Callous ami Cecil Curtis. Gayoso—Mrs. Luck Bush; alternate, Amos Dowd. Memorial to Be Erected In Honor of Prospector Who Dug Up Main Street GKKEN COVK SPRINGS. Flu Feb. 5. <UPj—ThLi town showed ! today that It wasn't mad at O. B. Mobley, 80- year- old prospector whose excavation crow lore up Ihe main sheet in a futile search for plrato gold. The City Commission voted to erect a si.ooo memorial to the crippled old prospector. It will be a 30-tool well, symbol- [Jiiii* the 30-foot hole Mobley gong-. ed into Walnut street looking for i S1.0CO.OOO In pij-nlo loot. -Milling) the well will be a little house containing- an appropriate inscription I and a painting ol a pirate. ! Dr. ir. H. Humphries of Jacfaon- [ ville, who financed Mobley's excavation, will donate the ptiintlii" I Humphries forfeited a $1,500 bond! he put up to repair Ihe street In I case no sold was found. i Manila Woman Accuses Blytheville Cafe Operator Preliminary hearing for Vtrnon Hay, Blytheville cafe operator char- ued with rape, was continued until Fob. is m Municipal Court this morning;, Ray was arrested Tuesday night by Sheriff William Berryman on a complaint filed by a Manila housewife. He is being held In (he county jail here without bond. Read Courier News Want Adi. Flu Cases Increase LITTLE ROCK, Feb. 5. (UP) — New cases of influenza reported In, Arkansas in 1018 to date are more! than 400 per cent higher than during the same period last year, ac- cordinK to the State Board of Health As ol Jan. 31, 1948, the total number of cases reported was 2,288 j compared to -133 up lo the same'i point in t!H7. Polk County led the rest of the- slate last week in the number ofl Piiscohi— L. V. .lones; alternate, Bill Gill. Hayii—Mrs. J. M. Miles and Bon;l Countess; alternates. Shannon N r or- ton ;md Star McDantcl. ' , .. _.._ ..„. Organ—Charles Lester; alternate, I »ew cases reported with Go. OdL-ll Mann. Cooler—Jerry Holly i Frake. 1 -; altrrnalcj, P. L. Jesse WlnRlield Pemiscot —Arden Speight and f. C. Hopper; alternates, Claud Holmes and J. VI. Comvay. Braggadocio—Mrs. Paul Chilton I i 'xciic"a»d \ HelJ °" Assault Charge \ L. c. Carson, Blytheville Negro. Ion was betore her recent man-laci:, j nxjni at 7:,19 pm. County members of the Town and Bridge Club. During . the aftcrnooon ....... when bridge names were playeil, Mrs. j. c. Ellis Sr., won high and Mrs. cleo Langstou, second high. Bloomlnfr potted pHnts were attractively arranged throughout the entertaining rooms of the home. Refreshments were served. Community Singing Held At Bill Harding Home Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harding of 180fi "W. vine St. were host and hostess lost night to 50 members of the Promised Land Methodist Church with a community singing at their home. Mrs. Sammie Poe, of Charter Oak, Mo., houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Galnes and daughter. *ras the only out of town guest.' During the evening the group sang various types of songs and the hast and hostess served refreshments of sundwiche-s and other party foods:, with iced drinks Mr:;. Milrlrcd Brooks. Mr. and Mrs. Otlo Tule and daughters. Patsy and Gloria, nr.d Mr. and Mrs. <J. L. Tatn and Mrs. A. E. Tale all of Dell, intended funeral services lor Mis. Willie Tucker yesterday In Caruthcrsvillc. Mrs. Charles Rose niul Mrs. C. K. - - - .j- Richurd.son of SI. l.onl.s are spend- Mrs. Oblon Etluidgc ot I Inn this month in ManRiim, Okla , Memphis; Mr, and Mrs. w. O. Mel- i with Mrs. Rose's father. E. B. Town- ton, Mrs. Noni.s Taylor, Mrs. Jim- I send, while Mrs. Townscnd and Mrd my Parks. Mrs. Herbert Parish and 1 R. C. (laughter. Miss Allenc Parish and i Mich. Mrs. O. M. Campbell, nil of Tru- i Rose are in Battle Creek. eMrs John Nicholson or Batcsviuc: Mr. i By P. E. O. Sisterhood and Mrs. Thomas Smothcrman nnd i daughter, Susie, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jackson of Moorchotise, Mo. Friday The Women's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian Church'ulll meet at the church ra a o'clock for study and prayer service. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta SIR ma Phi will meet Friday, 3;:!n p.m. nt the. luime ol Mrs. Gene Atkinson 918 Chicknsawba. Mrs. Lc'ideiinlc FoK'ii-r entertatu- liiK C. B. C. Chili members at her home. FORT PIERCE, <UP)— Little Rcba At The Hospitals niylhevllle Hospital Dismissed: C. W. Stevenson. Memphis. B. T. Worthy, city. Wnlls Hospltrl Dismissed: Mrs. Jatnr.s Ferguson and baby, nte. I, city. Mrs. Landon Parker, Steele. Mo. Mrs Leonard Miller, Manila. Deretha Hosca. Carmhcrsvlllc Porter Smith. Dell. Deanna Nichols. Steele. Mrs. L. B. Gilbow and baby. city. Mrs. J. D. Smith, city. | Frank McCullnm. Pnsioln, Mo. 1 Dora Dcrvcrs. Luxora. Chapter N. P. E. O. Sisierhon.1 i will mcc 1 . at the home or Mrs. Chester Calriwell a'. '1 o'clock. ! Mrs. H. L. Wad= will be hostess and .Miss Cordelia \Vilhiu, cu| hostess to the Dorcas Sunday Schocil OSCEOLA. Ark., Feb. ' 5.—Mrs. CI:1 ' is of Ft«t Baptist Church. Fri- David S. Laney. president of Chap- 1 { ^ a i'' ^--^ Pni. at tire Wade home . ter O. P. B." O. Sisterhood, was I honored by n members of the chapter yesterday with a 1 o'clock luncheon when they met at the home or Mrs. Lloyd Oodley. 'lire dining table was overlaid with a lace cloth and held as » centerpiece a .silver bowl rilled with pink carnations. Little Cancer Victim Succumbs After Seeing Two 1947 Christmases Feb. 5 — Bowman, who chini; in llle long enough to enjoy two Cluislmases in 1947, died here last nlqbt of cancel'. Her gallant struggle for life won the hearts of this community last December and the whole town turner! the calendar up seven days to give ;>.eba Nell an early Christ- t mils parly. and Harry Story; alternates, J. B. McDonald and J. F. stalling:. Concord—Mrs. G. K. Henderson and J. J. Wilson; alternates. Woodrow Vaughn and Keunetri New. Little River—E. E. Wisener and Woodrow Burlison; alternates, Roy Dlllard and J. L. Clayton. Holland -H. DcPriesf, alternate. C. H. Fowler. Godair—Alinn James; alternate. Troy McCullougil. waived preliminary hearing In.' Municipal court this morning on | charge.s of assault with intent lo! kill and was ordered held to await! Circuit Court action. Bond was i Valentine Gift Suggestions Gift Certificates Exquisite Handkerchiefs Cologne Perfumes Sachets Heart Shaped Trinket Boxes Greeting Boxes All (,'ifis lieiiuUfulIy Gift Wrapped Free a1 No Exd'ii Charge The Gift Shop 10.7 East Slain Street set at SI.OOO. i on Walnut and 15th Rt. j Civic Calendar Friday The Blythcrille High School Raiirl will present a concert at the Hij:i\ School Auditorium, 7:30 p.m. They were afraid she wouldn't live till (he real Christinas. The splendid yulctltle party seemed to improve both the health and spiii:.i of {he seven-year-old girl, and when, the real Christmas came she had another pirty. as elaborate as the lir.st. On both occasions she wa.s show- cifct with gifts, her schoolmates sjng carols at her bedside and the parties were broadcast over the Fort Pierce radio station. Death came quietly to Rcba Nell yesterday and she never knew she would have no more Christmases. Ten Hendrix Students Win Special Recognition CONWAY, Ark., Feb. 5 (OP)— Recognition certificates were presented yesterday to 10 Hendrix College students listed in the 1947-48 edition of Who's Who In America'! Universities and Colleges. The honors \verp awarded by Dr. Matt L. Ellis, president of the college. Receiving the certificates were William McMahon and Pat Henry of Conway, George Thompson of i Little Rock, Robert Swim of Stutt- S^rl, Charles Stuck and Nancy Pc- nix of Jonesboro, Mary Matthews of Heber Springs, Norman Goodwin of Salem, Winston Faulkner ol Dardanelle, and Nancy Schislcr of Passo Fimdo, Brazil. Following the brief business session, presided over by Mrs. Lnney, a book review entitled "Giving ! yourself .-iway", by David Dunn, I wa.s given by Mrs. Carroll Watson. Princess Anne fo Wed Ex-King in Copenhagen COPENHAGEN. Feb. 5 IUP> — The wcddiUR of Princess Anne of Oscco/a Events Thursday ; Club mcettuK at the '• — Klemcnlary School at 7:00 p.m. Friday : Boys and girls basketball game. Osccola. vs. Shawnee, here. DO THIS -TAKE S1PTOL ciui*d by coldt. Saalhvi iirit.t.d lh,o.l. SIMOI. ;, "Al»,, ,,. ;0 d COLDS lor Ih. IKroil." fl.i, • *d witfc fpl,.d,| n .. All ,.,.,._,,, Your i, Jg ,:,l. COUGHS Continuous bhows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN 8:00 a.m. 1-J.-15 p.m. -1:30 p.m. Box Office Opens 6:30 Show Starts 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows S»t. A Sun. 1 Bargain Nijsht Every Nljht ' Kvrept Saturday .No passes honored on Sunday at Roxy Theilrfc Thursday and Friday Thiirsdaj- & Friday raramotint Newa and Short n«i i i,.,, ,., „.,,,(, ..,[»[, ClAODITTE JOIN COLBERT • WAYNE inMERVYN LtROY'S '"•io. .1 /j^ .<» DON DeFORE • mt > >•< "ill UiUittA PARSONS | PriXoctd 6, IESSE t'. IASHY Invisible Wall with Don Castle and Virginia Christine Bonrbon Panna nnd former Michael or Romania will lake place In Copenhagen at Ihc end of May ' '^ lod^' '"""''• Pr '" CC R " WE'LL GIVE YOUR OLD COAT THAT GRAND "NEW LOOK" Let Us Lengthen the Hemline Adjust Shoulder Pads Better Cleaning with the Hudson Finish m 8 Hour. HUDSON CLEANER Blytheville, Ark. TAILOR CLOTHIER Stccfo, Mo. Super/or Breeding Makes Strong and Vigorous Day Old Chicks AAAA, Heovies New Hampshire Reds White Rocks , P o e o $ 10 95 Buy Here From a Complete Line i Brooder i a nil Poultry j Supplies: Started Chicks Excellent Quality BARRED ROCKS 'er 100

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