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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, August 29, 1947
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PAGto THO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1947 Ateuti Emfly Wluoo, Society Editor PhoM 461 Inform*! Party Given For Oiit-t>f-town Guests Mrs. John T. AUison of Chicago. 111., Mrs. II. N. JJIir Jr., ,6f New York City,;ind Mrs. W. G. Scran- torn of Jacksonville, Pli., we're honored yesterday afternoon with an informal 'jwty when Mrs. Phillips Robinson ;and Mrs. Freeman Rob- Iiison entertaUied at UK Freemnn Robinson home on Walnut Street. " Mrs. Allison, with Dr. AUison and their; daughter, Alice, have been guests of! his father, J. T. Allison, •for n 1 week. Mrs. Hill and Mr. HIM are visiting his mother, Mrs. n. N. Hill Sr., and Mrs. Scrantoiif and son, Billy;' are the guests of her father, Webb. Mrs. Webb, and family. Bouquets of mixed Summer flowers •«•«•>'''attractively arranged in the entertaining rooms and the lace-draped, dining table, from which party food and Iwd drinks were served, was- centered with n silver bowl 'of Olslers. nl)d roses. . .• ' • • •' Music Pupils-to. Give Recital Tomorrow Night Puiiils in the Summer classes of the Qfcwlstori .School of Music will present a recital tomorrow night, 7:30 o'clock,'at the High School auditorium. The recital is oiwn to the public. Students who will participate .arc Martha Ellen Williams, Ruth Johnson. Ernestine Holi, Jesse Webb. | c. Moon Keli 'Jones, 'Larry Campbell. Beth .Johnson,' Dolores Harris. Marie Lucius. Carol Ann Holt. Emily Sue Darnell, Kay Hinduism, Patricia Hay, patsy Chllwaod. Bi:iie Mariu Bainslt, Kay Smith. Ann Hliulmnn. Mary -Ann Parks, and Nancy Partlow, all of -Blytheville. Mary Ann Tompklns, Patricia I... . ,,. r\tf Ann Holder, Tom Holder, Hays Sul- rhcbeail LlaSS UlllCei'S Pat Sullivan, Amy Claire To Address Business Women Bits of News Madly Petdona. Mrs. Edrington Announces Plans For Music Contest Mrs. AIii:e CAKU'i HEHSVIU.E. Mo., Aug. 29.—The Cai'iithi'r.svillc Dusini'ss and Professional Women's Clulj will open the 1947-4K ymr wllli llic Fall .season's first incutlnii here Saturday nlyht. Special guests to he hero for I'.se | :i picnic supper, uftcr which tilt: . anil who will-appear on the cl » 1 ' wl " ))L> addressed by tin; visit- include program, Miss Lillian Ssi- tjoiskc. St. Louis; Mrs, Alice Mc- Calcb. Pestus, Mo.; Miss Mnrgurcl Mohler. St. Louis; and Mrs. May St Louis. Also to be special quests arc members of tho newly organized und federated club at Kennel I. and members of the club at Charleston. The meeting will be held on the lawn at the home of Miss Nellie i.VhCliumhnn, .starting at G:30 with Bagwell. Dorothy Louise Powell and May Byn Bevill. ol! of Burdette. Dolores Weaver, Mary Sp»nce, Patsy Cope, Patty Frakes, Loretta Earls.; Virginia -Lee Hudgcm. Mnr- tha Brooks. Jlirimy Cullens. Doris Cope of Holland. Mo.. Anna Ionise Hundley of 'Yaibro. Mrs: Moore ; Hostess Will) Evening Party Mrs! Bert Lamb was complimented last night when Mrs. Leslie Moor£ Eftve a party In her honor at the Moore home on Highway 18. ' f Guests were the teachers In the Beginners Department of First Baptist Church, where Mrs. Lamb has -been a teacher for the past seven years.; She will soon leave for Memphis where she will mike her home/ • ' : Glftls were presented to lier from each of the eight; present. Summer bouquets of flowers decorated the entertaining rooms and the hostess .served refreshments of frosted drinks. '. -'. ^ * * Birthday Party Given For johnny. Ray Priest When Johnny Kay priest observed his eighth 'birthday yesterday his mother, Mrs. Cecil Priest, entertained with a party (or 28 of his friends at th*tr home on Carolyn Street Tho, group played games in the yard .and'-prizes, went to Bobby Watkihs and Carolyn Wren. Ke- freshments Of Ice cream and birthday cake were • sewed and the children Sang "Happy Birthday" to Johnny. Gifts were presented to the guest, of'honor and (avers were given ',to each guest. Mis'. : J. A. Fiarmigan assisted Mrs. Priest. Jolly; Eight'.'Parly Givehfby Mrs. Huey Mrs- J. : : O. Huey was hostess yesterday afternoon to members of the jolly Eight Club with a rook club p'aity at her home on Highway 18. ', - .... Mrs.iGrover Wren won high score prize in games, iwhile second high went to Mrs. Richard Prichard and rooko ;to Mrs. Willilord Mayes. The hostess served a Spanish delight. <• Fish Fry Compliments F\vo: Couples' Parents Warned at Business Meet Officers for the eomint' year were elected last night when the Phebcim Sunday school Class oi First Baptist Church was entertained at the Fletcher King home with Mis, King and Mrs. Bobby I 1'rlest as hostesses. [ Mrs. Theodore L,op,nn was elected teacher; Mrs. Vesta Rowen. president; Mrs. J. -W. Sykes, memU3iship chairnian and vice president; Mrs. Hoy Beavers, (el- lowshij) mid publicity chairman; Mrs. Maurice 'Luttrell, class ministries; Mrs. Lola culberlson. stewardship; Mrs. Alton .meggers, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Fletcher King, assistant secretary and treasurer; Mrs. Herman Wall, so- infj slate officers. Miss Snrgorske is former stati' president of the Missouri Pedtr.i- tion of Business and Professional Women's Chilis for two terms. She Is now serving as state incnur-r- skii]i chairman. Mrs. McCalt'l), P. former resitlenl ol .St. Louis, Is pre.'jident oi District VI of the Missouri Federation, and fs also Dresidenl of the I'cslns Business and Pro!cs.slonal Women s Club. Arkansas Women Rallying, Form Own 'LBK' Club Mr. and Mr.. R. P. Kirshner and r.on. Hobby, wit] return today from their Summer home at FVankfxiri, Mich., where Mrs. Klrrlmer and fi'-bby. have been since June, Mv. Kirshner liar, .spent the momh ol August there. . 'Mrs. Mary H. Johnson and soj], G sue,..spent yeslmluy in Memphis! Mrs, j. A. McKay went to Memphis today to be the guest of her daughter, .v;rs. llusscll j, Hoil'v, and family. 'J'ojniiiy Sylvester. Jerry H.ik-y i)i<l Churlcvi Roy Lutes arc Jji Memphis today to attend a Zcla Tan Ziitu convention at Hotel Peubody 'Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vitello ot'.NeiV Yorl: City are the quests of lu-r brother, C'Jlenj] Johnson, and Mrs. Johnson. Mr. Vilello will return liomi- lomoirow while Mrs. Vitcllo \vill remain lor another v;eek',s visit. Mr. niul Mrs. Ralph Nichols an 1 the parents or n son born Wedncs- i budget d:iy morning at Walls Hospital. He! has been nnutcil John Kenneth.' The Nichols have two other chlld- rcii, Ral|)h Jr.. and Martha. Mrs. James Smith and [laughter, Josephine, of Lilbotirne, Mo., have returned home after vlsllinj; Mr. and Mrs. W. Leonard Smith. Also returning ljomr> n rter visiting the Smiths have been Mr. mill Mrs. Krwln Mitchell and cliildren Ran- nlc and JcanvUa MncFarlnnd, of Koutliington. conn., and Mrs. H, E. Weir of Bright. Tcnn. Miss Peggy Vinson is Kpending this week In .Tyroma visiting reln- tives and friends. Miss Dorothy Rolllson has returned to her home here after spending a six-,seeks vacation in the home of her aunt mid uncle. Mr. and Then Fakieiy hi New Oi - an.s. GECECLA. Aug. 28—At a meet- Ing Wednesday of the Executive Heard of the Federated Women's C'.ubs of the Forrest City District, Mrs, John W. Edrington of Os- ceoia, stat/? chairman of the Pine Arts department and also district chairman of that department, announced plans to present a music scholarship and prizes for music .scrapbooks. Mrs. Kdringlon was named state Fine Arts chairman at a state nicHing Aug. 1C of the Executive Bom d. She will head n committee which will »ct up rules and regulations for pi'sVntation of the slate scholarship, which will amount to $100. Contestants in the state contest for the best music book will be children from four to : B years old and will be a silver cup, lh:*t prl/.e; gold pin^ second, and ;'. volume of music, third. I Plans were also made at mcet- Ing for the district to set aside a which will be headed by Drs. Carl and fdna Hies > Return from Canada It's home again for the traveling Drs. Edna and Carl Nles, who made an S.OOO mile motor tour this summer through Northwest United States and. Western Canada. From Blythevillp they went to Petersburg, III., where they were joined by Dr. Carl Mies' tv, r o sisters, Mrs. P. II. Jnhl and Mrs. Minnie ' ?,orn. who accompanied them on their trip. Arrow Head Lodge in Big Horn Mountain, near Sheridan, Wyo., was their first objective. They spent a week there with former college friends and fished for mountain trout. They their v. enl to Yellowstone National Park, and to Glacier National Park, Calgory,. Alberta, Canada. One of their favorite .stopnlnu point.s was the Leautiful Lake Louise in Banff National Park, Alberta. FYom there they ,vem to Vancouver and Victoria, B. C., where tiicy spent a few days sightseeing and then took the boat for Port Angeles, Wash., to .spend two weeks with Dr. Carl's brother., W. A. Nlcs, and family. While in Port Angeles, they were Initiated in clam digging and gathering oysters on the beaches of "\ Puget Sound. One of the mast ex- Crippled Girl's ' Fund for Piano Grows to $167 The fund for Jean Mnrlin's new piano conUnueU to grow today »s friends contributed gifts ranging from Ji to >10 for the teen-ogf D*ll girl who was born' without legs anil row wnlks with the aid of artificial ones and crutches. Gifts added to til" $110 given earlier tills wetk brought llic NHul to $167. Hubbard Furniture Store gave SIC; Hubbard Hardware Store; $5; Hurl's Bakery, *5; Guard's Jewelry Store. .$5; Jicdel's Dry Goods Store, 55; Zellnei's Slipper simp, $j; Mrs. G. O. Foclz, $5; Mead's Clothing £tore, $5; Paul Byriini, $5; A. A. Hardy, $2; N«w York Store. II; Dr. T. H. Keith. Jl, and cash gills from two Anonymous friends of $1 niul 52. •Conations may be made throng!) A. 11. Ford or the Courier Npws. Jack Auten Will Speak At Brotherhood Meeting The Rev. Jack Auten of Little Rock. Baptist missionary worker in the Mississippi county Association Shipment of Bassinettes Just Arrived! TOT SHOP 110 So. 2nd St. Phone 2308 cial cliairinnn; Group Cftp- LITTLE ROCK. Aug. 29. <UP) — Arkuii.sus women arc rallying to the national buttle cry. and they are rallying in numbers reminiscent of Hie famous Arkansas volunteers of the early 1800's. This time the cause is a nationwide drive to raise the level ol women's skirts. The organization is the "Little Below the Knee Club". The acting president of the newly formed 'Aikansas chapter of the L. D. K. club. Mrs. F. 01. Burnett of Jjittie Rock, says "this thing is about to get out of hand." Mis. Barnetl explained that she has had so many phone calls and letters ol application from potential club members leave her house or hian face-to-face. that she can't meet hr-r imiit- tains, Mrs. Harvey Chapman, Mrs. Torn Mabry. Mrs. L. H, liny, Mrs. I. A. Daughtery and Mrs. Victor Stihvell. IVJrs.' Logan opened the meet ills with prayer and Mrs. Wull gave ihe devotional. The president coruiui'lccl the meeting and heard I reports of (lie officers bc'lorc hold- I ing tlie election I Mrs - Mary Hopkins cnterl-nine-l Following the business meeting! Wednesday night, with a picnic tit I watermelon was served to the 15 Mrs. Hopkins Hostess ! guests present. Party Given in Honor Of Lyndell Slanfield Lyndcll Stimliekl, eluhl-ypnr-oUl son of Mr. und Mrs. Ollu> Slnnncld. celebrated his birthday Tuesday afternoon with u party. Games during the afternoon were enjoyed by 20 guests. \vhn also received favors. Birthday cake and ice cream were served for refreshments. Nelly Don Ashby Wed In August Ceremony 'Announcement, was made today of the marriage of Miss Nelly Don Ashby, daughter of Mr. and Mr;. •Isaac Ashby. to Ra.v Heard. 'The wedding was solemnized on her home on South Lilly Street. Guests were employees of tho Thriflv Store. Aug. 20. ilv. Mrs. Ashby are making their home at 120 IKHIHHII St. Couple Club Gives Picnic at Barfield One of the week's interesting parties was n picnic and weiner roast given Monday night by the Couple Club en tiro banks of the Mississippi River a; Earficld. Guccis other than members were I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vilello of New i York City. housegucM.s of Mr. and i Mrs. Glenn Johnson. !•'. O. O«-yn. Mrs. o. W. Knight. Mrs. Hurry Jonos. Mrs. V, G. Munn :iml Mrs. K. K. Shlppen. Mrs. Lou teptesented iMylheville Mrs. Marion Uickens of Newport is president of the district organ- i/ation, which includes ir> counties. Legion Auxiliary Picks National Officers for '48 and Mrs. Henry DotUl an d W. O. Itccves spent yesterday i Memphis. 'he Rev. George Stewart, of Por- will arrive tonight to spend the eckciid with Ins parents, Ihe Rev. Mrs. Allen D. Stewnrt. Accom- anying him will be his sister, Miss Inrgtm-t Stewart, who plans to lend a \veck here with her avent.s. Mrs. Eugene SkeKon has returned 0:11 u trip to Dallas. Tex, She •as accompanied by Mrs. Chester mnehower of Osceoln. Mrs. M. C. tiles and son Maynard and claugh- er. niul Mrs. -Bill Towey, nil of | loreheaci, Minn. While in Dallas j ley were guests of Mr. mul Mrs. )ov/ Thompson. Mrs. Thompson is .sister of Mrs. Stiles and Mrs. •Mr. am! Mrs. Floyd Weidman of Jhalfee. Mo., and niece. Miss Bonie 'Narsh of St. I.ouis, Mo., have re- mnecl hoino nfltr visiting friends nd relatives for :i few days. Sue Slanfield, daughteiv-.of. Mr. nd Mrs. Olhn Stantleia, lome alter undergoing a NEW YOHK. Aug. 23. (UP)—Mir. Wiiliam Hulton of Excelsior. Minn., was nominated today as the 1948 president of the American Lo- Kion Auxiliary. She is unopposed. Five national vice-presidents, all on pounds. At Salt Lake City, they attended the Cenlenniiil Exposition und last week they spent at Shel- byvilie. .VJJ., with Dr. Edna's sister. Mrs. Harry Kimble, from an operation. recuperating of them unopposed, were nominated for the five geographical divisions of the auxiliary. They were: Mrs. J. J. .ierabek. of Algoina. Wis.. Central Division; Mrs. John A. Lakcman. Jr., of East Springfield, Mass., Eastern Division; Mrs. John B. Kirkpatrick oi Eutis. Fla.. Southern Division; Mrs. W. 'B. Dingle of Dayton. Wash., Western Division, and Mrs. Franklin Bowersox of Fremont. Neb.. Northwestern Division. Dies in New York City •Mrs. Pearl C. Smith, mother of Mrs. Be.s-s Proctor of Liittle Roc*. formerly of B'.ytheville. where Mrs. Smith has often visited, died Wednesday night at Post Graduate Hos- pilnl in New York City. Funeral services will be held Monday in Little Rock. At The Hospitals BLYTHEVILLE HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. E. C. Newcomb, city. Kathleen Poole. Hayti, Mo. J. T. Hipp. city. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. J. C. Mitchell, city. Authur T. Thomas Sr.. city. Mrs. Hart. city. BAPTIST HOSPITAL, Memphis Dismissed: Ben Wells. Osceola. M'I'EMOlti: CLINIC. Memjihis Dismissed: Gaie Jones, Bassctt. church basement by members of the Woman's Missionary Union. All Brotherhood members and visitors are urged to attend, the Rev. P. H. Jernigan.'church pastor, s:iid. Morning Party Honors Mrs. Richard Prewitt OSCEOLA, Aug. 29.—Mrs. Richard EtlwiiV Prewitt, a' recent bride, was honored yesterday morning when. Mrs. C. M. Harwell and Mrs. Joe Rhodes Sr.. entertained at the Prewitfs spacious dome with an informal party. The home wus unusually cflev- tively decorated with Summer bouquets of flowers in varied hues The 10 guests .were members, of the •oung married group. .c- s omy at the Blytheville 'Hospital Vednesday. ' ; Dr. Jack Webb arrived this morn- ng from iNcw Oilcans to be here lirou«h Labor Day witii his par- :nts. Mr. and Mrs. Ployd Webb. H.' ame by plane. Mis. John Walker and daughter, jlicy. Mrs. John West and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thompson Sr., huve _ returned from a two-weeks trip i Harrison PTA. to Trenton. N. J., where they visit- cd JAr. 'and Mis. Tony Bruchi. They also "visited in Canada. Niagara Harrison School P.T.A. Sporsors Gospel Singers The Soft Gospel Singers, made up of six Negro women of Memphis, will appear at the Richard B. Harrison -Negro ^School in a program Sunday at 2:30 p.m. The program is sponsored by the Rev. M. Freeman, pastor here, in the interest of Harrison Parent- T'eacher Association. A special section will be reserved for white people, it was announced by Susie Cummings. president of Falls', Hew York City. Washington, D. (;., and Atlantic City, N. J. Condition of J. W. Sykes, who is a patirnl in the Baptist Hospital in Memphis, was unchanged today . Dr. and Mrs. John T. Allison aiul 1 dnnyluei'^ Alice of Chicago, 111., returned to their home last night af- ! ter visiting his father. J. T. Allison, t and family lor a week. Dried celery tops make good chicken feed, says ihc Florida Agriculture Department. SCREEN DOORS Most sizes now in stock. E. C. Robinson Lbr, Co. Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:0(1 LISTEN TO KLCN 1:0* a.m. 12:45 p.m «:30 PJIV Last Time Today Carnival in Costa Rica with Dick Hayim-s :tnil CV.SLII* Romero Paramount News mill Short Continuous Showing ri-ery Day Saturday CARD OP THANKS Thanks to all; Who have made life more pleasant 'or me, during my recent illness. Your cards, letters, flowers and >ther gifts .rere appreciated so very mieh. Mrs. Joe B. Cole Meifical Test Proved This Great to Refieve MONTHLY FEMALE PAINS Are you troubled by distress or female fuiictlooal montbLy disturbances? Does this make you suffer Iron) pain, feel so nervous, restless, weak.— at such times? Then DO try Lyclla E. PlnJt- bam's VcgetnbJe Compound to relieve such symptoms [ In a recent medical lest Pinkham's Compound proved remarkably helpful to women troubled this way. It's what Doctors call u uterine sedative. It haa a yrancl soothing effect on one o' woman's must important organs ' Taken rtyularly — Plnkhaun'a Cora- pound tielpi-butlti up such distress. Ali.o a great stonaclilc tonic! LVDIA E. PINKHAM'S ESSSK Serial "Juck Armstrong" No. 1'^ und Short Cont'd Shows Sat. 12:30 In 11:311 Richard Pritchard and A'.r. and Mrs. H. C.; Blahkenshlp Jr., entertained r> n " r\t Wednesday night with a fish fry Denny Byi'lim UbsCI'VCS honoring their parents. ' " The honored guests were Mrs. Blauk^nship's mother, Mrs. Harriett Sullivan, and grandmother, Mrs J. W.- Maloney; Mrs. Pritchard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. c. Pat- ford, and his parents, Mr and Mrs «. R. Pritchard. A gue«t from out of town was Mrs. Vera Billings. MOSS BRYAN PRESENTS New/y Acquired Modern and Antique - Merchandise From Hit Recent Cwtern Trip TIE OFT SHOP Bfcta Strcet Birthday WilK Party Denny Byrum, son of Mr. und Mrs Pnul By rum celebrated tiis 4tli bli-thcia.v Wednesday nieiii with n Inwn party ut Mis home on South Highway 61. Gnme.s tAere played tlurii»g the evening by Hie 18 jjuesUs present. Refreshinei^ts of cake und Iced drinks were served by the host's nother. WANT FAST HELP from GETTING UP NIGHTS? from BACH to BOOGIE \Vt Ii.ivr one of (he fines! collections of records in (own. Come in today :tml browse; music for all! From Adams' RECORD BAR Sunimyc Knyr—Tlinl's My Desire Phil Harris—Smoke Smoke Smoke Tommy Horsey—Thm- After Time Pfrry ConM*—Vtiu Must Have 1 le.trti :i llcAuliful l^l>y Tex Krneke—Wilhmil Musir Tommy Dorsey—The Old Pin no Tuner l.on/o anil Osrar—Ole llitttrrinilk Sky Beryl Davin—If My Hoar I Had n Window TleUy llutiou—Walking Away With My Heart Eddie tloyd—Kilroy Won'! Ito !/.iek Sonny Roy Williamson — Mellow Chick Swinp \it Flowers—How Many Kisses Maceo—My Own Troubles Waller 1>avis—Jusl One More Time £rskme Hawkins—('oast to ('oasl • Her*' i good news for you folk* who have to get up at night to pass water, have backache, too, because of minor functional kidney disorders. Thr«« generations ago, K famous doctor developed a medicine for this very trouble. Now millions have used it, often with unecingly fast, effective results. Th* medicine ii Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rout, mad* of 16 b.(?bs, rooti, vegetables, and balsams — truly nature's own way to relief. Inttantl> you take it, it itarts to work flushing out kidneys » . . incrc«**s th« How of urine, helping to reliev* *xce*» acidity , . . BO irntatcd bladd«r f*t» a •094 ftu*h;ng out, too. Caution; T*k« M . You'll v*r it's m»nr*l«iu. For frM tri*l tupply, writ* P«pt. D, Kilmer fc Co. ( Inc.,' Box 1253, Suatfo Conn, Or - g«i. full-ilred bAttl* Swamo-Root tcdaf it your druc*to<*. 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