The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 6, 1948 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 6, 1948
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PACT roim ocie ety BLYTHEYILLB (ARK.) OOUJHER Phone 4461 Wedding Plans Announced By Miss Nancy Daggett Miss Bunch Is Engaged To Louii Bailey Tarpley • Kit* Nancy Walker Dcgtett, Mrs. 8Urlln« Bunch today in- d»ught«r of Mr. »nd Mr». C. K. nounew th« engngemenl and *p- D»ggett of MarUnna, today m»d« | pro«chtng marrinfie of her daugh- known plans for her marriage to, ter , Miss Martha Ann Bunch, to Dick Jones White of Blytheville,! u^ nallev Tarpley. son of I he . •-._'_ .. _ . •on of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd A. Wlilte. I Tht ceremony will be solemnized, Tueiday, March 30. at 5:00 p.m. •t St. Andrew's Parish with th* S*v. Sheldon Davis officiating. • Nuptial music will b« presented I . by Miss Hizabeth Harrington ot < Ifarrianna, organist. The bride-elect will be given 1n marriage by her father. Mrs. John Dtggett of Marlanna will be mat- "",' ?.,':„,„.. l»n of honor and bridesmaids will "'"' Ml " nlcs be Miss Ann Windsor of Mniiaiina, Mr«. Hownrd Pearce and Miss Ed. B» Marie Jones of Uttle Rock. •' Amy Daggett, daughter of Mr. »nd Mrs. John Daggett. will be flower girl and Tommy GUI o( Marlanna will serve as crueller. Tip«rj will be .lighted by Lyrti !at« Mr. and Mr«. hallcy Tarpley of Memphis. Plans for the wedding, which will b« solemnized Feb. 19. will be announced at n later date. Miss Bunch, daughter of the late Starling Bunch, wns graduated from I31yth~v)llc HlRh School whore she participated In schnnl aciivi- tles, She is now employed at Nell's Bits of News Dftgffett of MarlmuiH and Ulida Clark of Cleveland.. Ohio. Floyd A. White will serve his .aon as best men. Ushers will be 'John White of Blytheville. W. Wendell Williams Jr., of Pine Bluff and John G. Phillips of Camden. Following the wedding a reception will lie held. Miss Pcege McNeill, of Hope, will be in charge of the bride's book, mid Mrs. Jerry ' Hickey, Miss Betty McGlnnls mid Miss Kitty Fcllon all of Mnrlnnnn '»ill assist In serving. Bride Luncheon Given By Mrs. 0. W. McCulchen Mrs. O. W. McCutchen wa« hos- , less yesterday afternoon at her home with a two course luncheon complimenting Thursday Contract Club members, flnd one guest. Mrs. Walker Baker. The dining table at which the - (tuesU were served, was centered' t'c RticV .with n boutiuet of red carnations nnrt ; Dinner other decorations were hi keeping •uith the Valentine motif. Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Smith ol Jonesboro, are |>arents of a daughter born Sunday, Jan. 25 al St. Bernard'* Hospital in Jonesboro. Their /livst child, .she has been named Suzanne. Mrs, Smith was tile former Miss fietty Sue Maxwell of Blylhcvtlle. im auniiies Mciuuy «nop, ' i Mr. and Mis. Henry Humphreys Mr. Tnrpley. who hss made Ills j a)lri MrB - &»*> Purvis, attended the home with his grandmother, Mrn ! "Holiday on Ice" at Ellis Auditor- ShcIIic Mann, in Cotton Plant, Ark.,! lum '" Memphis, Tuesday nljjht. all his life, was graduated from the J - '''• Pelcrson and Aaron Pelor~ " " ------- son wcrc I,, \vynne, Ark., yesterday to attend funeral services for their cousin. Dr. Tom Peterson of Wynne, who died suddenly Tuesday of a heart attack. Miss Mary Virginia Sims of Aberdeen, Miss., wns the overnight Rucst of Manern Snllba and family. Mrs. Jne Faulkner hns returned Cotton Plant Hlnh Sehoo!. He now is connected with Arkansas Grocer Co. here. Mrs. Wi-en Is Hostess To Jolly Eight Club her parents. Mr. and , W. Wylie won high nnci Mr ^.Humphreys won second. Mrs. Grover Wren vns haste.s.1 ye.stcrri.iy to members of the Jolly [ "' EiBht Club at her home. I "'i 11 ' , „ During the games played. Mrs.! M ™'_ Mc Graw . , , , „, Elva Poe won high score, Mrs. N. ! . r ; ! ' *?«>' spent yesterday In St. M- Bliikctnoie. second high and' lM " is wilcrc hc " Ucll * rt l " t"" 1 Mr*. Clen Wren, rooko. ness. Decorations In the entertaining Mrs - Andrew Moses nnd Mrs. Fred rooms carried out the Valentine Salil>n alld children. Lhidn Kny and Mellu Fay, spent yesterday in Mom- refreshments Phis. Mr. and Mrs. John Buck of Scn- ath, Mo., are spending a ivcck witli Mr. Buck's mother. Mrs. John R. Buck and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. u. b. Hawkins have as their Rucsls, their (iauch- ter, Mrs. Arthur pentcr and Mr. Peter and family o[ Reiser. Condition ot T. Alexa stilt serious- Lewis Ingram Jr.. who In the Navy for the past four years has received his dischnrpe lie u-n.s stationed at San Diego. Calif., and is now visiting with relatives and friends before ROhif,' to St. flouts will be employed. Lcndi of San Fr.incis Neatness Is Key to Right and Wrong Styling for Gray Hair Contrast these two pictures to lean! Ihe secret of a llallerine; hair-do for the gray-haired woman. »he» the mode trades the untidy hair-do, right, for tlie sleeker styling left, she looks years youneer. Airlintt Spues Pilots Union for Slander, Libel MIAMI, Fa., Feb. t 'UP>—National Airlines yesterday filed tn Dade County Circuit Court • to 000,000 «t)it against the Airplane PiloUs Association charging libel and Jlander. The suit accused the unton of making "unwarranted charxes" that the company's aircraft were unsafe. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY «, I94g theme. The hostess served of pie with coffee. Dinner Party Is Given Honoring Lyda Crittenden Carol Ann Bailey was hostess last night when sh c entertained v.lth a dinner party at the chick Room of Ihp Hustle Inn honoring Lydn Crlltcnclen, who Is moving to Llt- " this week. was served to the eight guests nt n long table covered with white cloth and centered with unfair years t« ytmr appearance. This Is particularly apt to happen i If your hair is (-ray. The coiffure at the left, is the stylinR Irlca of New York hairdresser de Leo to control troublesome hair. Me says this coiffure will resist strays in ir-tuleiiclc.s to fly apart sleekness, because it Is styled Io Is securely anchored to the head with pins and combs, is Inc- qmcd to stay put. By Alicia Hart (NKA Staff Writer) To copy, part front hair on the side, and brine il forward al one point in a wary dip. Part hair slam-wise in the back, and bring each section forward to the side of the heart ami roll Into a Ming bun. ns shown. This halr-cio will stay put. if you'll stuff cuouyh hairpins into the buns to keep them securely tacked to yonr head. The trouble with most women, says de Leo, Is that they never use enough pins. Nor tuck combs either, he claims. There are four used in the coiffure shown—one large and one small comb tucked Into hair In the buck at each side of the back parting. Lacquer was generously sprayed Into this coiffure as well as over it to keep it sleek. Use plenty of lacquer, urges de Leo. It will 'RI,? shape and body to your hair as well as keep the coiffure outlines neat. M 59 B.H.S. Pupils Have Perfect r a rjj Semester Attendance Records wun me valentine moui. i " ",m.i. i-ivm nnu ^L-myiuu wun DurhiR the afternoon when the' "" attractive arrangement of mixed brld« games were played. Mrs. H. '">'« r * "' « "ystal bowl. Candy i ~v\' 0 n* f"\ e'^'of'^'Frinels "' " - - — '• -•:.. Henry *«"*.•"« ° 1 !'" f"™ 1 '™? ^ LTKmu^rd lo h^homS ™ i motif Valentino tc ; dny nftcr sllclK , ill( . lwo [lays ,' m I Miss Irma Pinkerman's Marriage Is Announced Mr. ind Mrs. E. S- Crawford today announce the marriage of their niece. Mis* Irma Pinticrmnn to Thomas M. Jolly. Thg ceremony was •olemniMd Jan. 27. at the home of the Rev. p H. Jernlgan. pastor of the Calvary Baptist Church. The bride wore a two piece blue mnd white wool dress. . Their only attendant wan Her- rntm plnkerman. uncle of.the bride. . Mrs. Jolly attended 'school at Oosncll before goinR to ^California ,where she finished high school and . attended college. Since returning '.here from California, she had made .her home with her aunt and uncle. ;:'Mr. and Mra\. ,£ S. Crawford at 'TOosnell. "'•' > Mr. Jolly attended school In Blytheville. They art now making .their horn* here. Bridge Luncheon Given At Wallace Hoke Home *4 Mr*. Wallace S. Hoke and .Jane Branson were hostesses yesterday afternoon at ths Hoke home J.wlth a bridge luncheon. - Luncheon was served buffet style • from the dining room table which held a centerpiece of red carna- - tlons forming s heart, banked with •white pom pon chrysanthemums. Other entertaining rooms of the < home were decorated with the red . and white flowers and decorations ( -in keeping with the Valentine motif. , During the, afternoon when the ] :*> guests played bridge, prizes were '.won by Mrs. Joe P. Pride Jr.. high an 'Miss Mary Jo Hall, low. :.. - • • « j Mrs. Rose Entertains < Octette Club, Guests ' Mrs. G. H. Grear and Mrs. John. motif. Following dinner, the guesU went to a movie. The hostess, who was assisted In entertaining by her motl--r. Mrs. T. J. Bailey, presented t-he guest ot honor with a gift. [ At Tlie Hospitals niythovllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. J. C. EJ1U Jr.. and baby, city. F. T. Ray. Hermondale, Mo. Walls Dismissed: Mnrgio Allen, Rtc. .1. city. Mrs 'Catherine Atchiespn, Hor- ner«villp, Mo. with his sister. Mrs. James Hill Ji , and Mr. Hill. ?v!r. Leach was return- Irig from Atlantic City. N. J., whrrc he attended a convention. Coming Events Social Calendar Friday The Women's Auxiliary of First Presbyterian church will aieet »t the church at 2 o'clock for study and prayer service. Alpha Delta Chapter of Hetty Sin nin Phi ivill meet Friday. 2:30 p.m Fifty-nine pupils in Blytheville^ IliBh Sclmr.l had perfect attendance records for the first semester, it \v.\s announced today by Miss Rosa ilar- dy, principal. Pupils • with perfect attendance records included: IIIR Carwile, Billy Mann. Bobby Mullen, EUKCIIP Shepherd. Thelma Rice, Howard Uailev. June Stiics La June Autry. Jackie PhllH]is. Cai Gossctl, ftt.the home of Mrs. Gene Atkinson D18-Cl)ickasawba; ~ ', Mrs. tcndcnnte Fowier entertaiii- lug C. B. C. Chib members at her home Murray Smart, Mnrtlia Traylor. Betty Olisson. Kathvyn Msirtlu, Eilwnrd Pipkin. Ruth Hale, George nay Buchanan, Carroll Evans, Jerry Phillips. Billie Jane Itodg- ers, Dorothy Wright. Jiianita Ebcrdt Thomas Prince, C. a. Redman Jr. Martha Jane Wallace. Mary Ball. Buforcl Younjj. Don Peterson. .M.i.x- Inc Hill. Betty Hcid. Louise Sulli- tlic I van. Nancy Brntcher. Edna Ruth Freeman. J. W. Booker, Margery Ramsey.' Peggy Freeman. Catherine Graham. Faye lieid, Mnrlnn Maycs. Betty Layson. Donald Cole, Charles Prichard. Mrs. Hawkins is Hostess To W. S. C. S. Members Mrs. R. L. Hawkins was hostess Monday nighb to mcnvber« of the Hall Moon Women's Society of Christian Service and two guests. Devotional was given by Mrs. Hawkins, after which each member participated bn the program taken from the study book "That Thy Way May Be Known Upon Earth." Following the meeting, a social hour was held at which time re- , freshmcnts of pic with coifes were | will present a concert at the served by the hostess. i School Auditorium. 7:30 p.m. Miss Cox Is Hostess Wit/i Bridge Luncheon OSCEOLA. Ark.. Feb. 6.—Mrs. W. W. Piewtu, Mrs. Harry Driver. Mr-,. R. W. Gclrtroi^k and Mrs. David S. j Lancy were yesterday alter- ' B H S G/r/V Trin noon when Miss Emma Cox enter- °- rl " 3 - ulns ' ' '° We the Women lly Rtllli Millrd NKA St.lff Writer A governor recently expressed the opinion that school teachers are compensated for low pay by the respect the\ "~ receive from their community. What respect was the governor talking about The respect that i; in the c ly-usfd lure n[ tlieschool teacher as a prim, precise old maul? Tin' respect of the personal rights of a le.icher Is shown by comimml- rcflectcd ff common- p carlca- j, marries? The respect that is revealed by the parents who admit that perhaps, the teachers of their community are underpaid, but can't be bothered to do anything about the matter? The respect that is evidenced bv teachers having to go on strike to get a living waye? Isn't Kcsiicctcil If there is one thing the school teacher doesn't have, besides the kind of salary that should go with the job, it Is the respect of the community. But even if the teacher did have her community's respect ,it wouldn't compensate for her low pay. A teacher can't trade respect for pork chops any more than you can, my dear governor. Cod liver oil U beln« used frequently to make hens lay more eggs, Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN ° »•«• 1H:« p.m. 4:30 p.m. Last Time Today Dear Ruth with Jo:m C'aulfield and William ffolden Saturday 'TERRY' .JACQUELINE WHITE. Serial "Brick Bradford" No. t and Short Sunday and Monday Roth Mlllell Tlie "antimacassar." or tidy for chair backs, gets its name from macas.s:\r hair oil. Women of the last century invented the tidy, and named it antimacassar, because it prevented oily hair from soiling chair backs. Dorothy Lum,_Patsy, Ruth Hnyncs! tlcs lhal presume to say whe Richard Lum^Jim'Lancashire, Louclla Alley. Roberta 1 Brncey, Howard Tnylor, Dorothy Rice, Dclanc ) Mc.\lil!cn L Bin Fcwler, Barbara Hume. •-. | •"•-*•».....1,, jjin i UWIL'I, ijaroura Chapter N, P. E. O. SistcvhooJ : Yarb ™. Ramona Needham, Bohbv will meet at tlie home of Mrs. dies- WIlu e. yrnnccs Lovell. Audrcv Sue ier Calciwcll nt 3 o'clock. McGce, Jim Henry, Wanda Burrcss. MM. R. L. W«de will be and Miss Cordelia Wilhite. cn- hostcss to IhD Dorcas Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church. Friday. 2:30 p.m. at the Wade home on Walnut and 15th St. Civic Calendar The Blytheville High School Band Osceola Events Friday Boys and girls basketball game Osceola vs. Shawnce. here. (her or not! a teachijr caii smoke or leave town on weekends J: • -'• The respect tor the Individual's n'elit Id the pursuit of happiness as exemplified hy the school boards I that fire a woman teacher when she I Honesty in Advertising Decreed for Used Car Dealers in Pittsburgh PITTSBURGH. Feb. «. (UP) — Pittsburgh's used car (icalcra »cre oriicred today lo bj completely hnn- est in their advenisiiiB and to cut out ihe use or unqualified .supe/- lativei. such 3s "grcates-L values' 1 a::d "hlgheit prices paid." Local newspapers and the Bv.trr B;:.--iness Kurcail h?.\e drawn up a I cc-cio which state.s; "Any adverse;! • s'.alcinents and offers as to make. model, year, condition, price. tinJ of .sale, trade, purchase, quami'.v. e:c. jlinll be clearly set (orth ami bastrt upon facts . . . o\-ide;:c(! tained with a luncheon at her home ' ^t Rotary Club Luncheon sup|xjnilli! a! ' y ncivc rtiscrt claims [ snail be furnished on demand H Stuffy Hose Spoils Sleep Tonight » A little Va-tro-nol In each nostril Quickly opens up nasal passages to relieve stuffy transient congestion. Invites restful sleep. Relievos snlffly. sncezy distress of head colds. Follow directions in the package Try HI VKKSVATRO-NO1 GRIFFIN STAYS because it has "a hard-wax finish • LACK • BROWN • IAN • OX8LOOD for four tables of club members. Mrs. Joe Hires was winner of high score prize, Mrs. Prewilt guest hlch, Mrs. Harry Driver consolation, and Mrs. Gcldrcick low. in the bridge games played during the afternoon. The dining room table was cen- l"ai.>ninunt S'C-KS and Short Cont. Shuwing Sunday 1:15-11:0(1 The Rtrl.V trio of the Blythcvllie ,, , ~ School music department Heads Insurance Croup '.. entertained Octette Club members In her home at Roseland. Mrs, Grear won high score and Mrs. James Hill Jr., von second when bridge games were played. ' Entertaining rooms of the home .were decorated with potted plants. Refreshments were served. Mr*. Jobe Is Hostess To Club Members, Guest Mrs. Paul Jobe was hostess yes- Wrday afternoon to members of Club light and one guest, Mrs. Joseph .W. McHaney. During the afternoon when bridge red carnations, flanked by red tapers burning in silver candelabra. The Valentine moti! was carried out In the p'.acecards and other decorations. Singing Convention to Be Held at Burdette Sunday ' L: °- v ' i Koo " !z The Mississippi County singing]' 01 R*'"' 1 "' presented a musical program of tour selections RI ihe weekly meetm;; of the Rotary Club yesterday noon in the Hotel Noble. The liio us complied ol Jo Anno Tricschmann. Pauiinc Ramsey and Billy J.-\rie Rogers, lliey were accompanied by Mrs. Wilson Henry. Guests at the meeting were L. E. Faulkner of Paragould, Dick Stroud of Holly Springs. Miss., J. O Mays "' CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo.. Feb. 6 S. C. Abernalhy ol!r '.•:.* elevated to the presidency o: the southeast Missouri Underwn:- ers A.^'ociation this week by th^ dcpiriure of A. W. Bro-.vk, former pre.-.ldent, to reside in Ka::sas City. Prior to becoming the president. Ai.frnathy wa.i first vice-prcsiden; of the district aisociation. Biythcviiie, convention will meet at Burdc'tle" Sunday. Feb. a. at 2 p.m. Everyone Is Invited 10 come and participate. The Beards quartet from radio station K.BTM in Jonesboro. will be among the' special singers attending. ond. ~~ ~ KeUtrd Polatoes. tomatoes, and tobacco. .ill belong to the same family. Of the first, we use the roots; the second, the fruit; and of the third, the leaves. nijtrlbuttd h.. I. I). Klcmlng. Hlythevlllc, Ark. Southern Cornbread mad* with- spread with- .„ daliciout DIXIE .., . inq hoi cornbr»«d. Mtde with DIXIE <nd iprnd with DIXIE you 9»* doubl* fh» nourithinq food v«lu» «nd rich fl«vor af Vitamm. fortifi.d DIXIE. DIXIE i, mad. of ."i« fineit farm ingr.ilinti, «nd pound th. y.* r « roun( j ;, NEW TELEPHONE DIRECTORY CLOSES SOON your present luting Uh an additional cell Iho builnon ofllct SUNDAY DINNER Old Fashioned Chicken V Dumplings Plenty of Dumplings BRING THE FAMILY DELTA CAFE South Division Street Phone 3685 Plenty Parking Space in Rear PIANOS New and Used Music Instruments Repairs & Supplies Sheet Music Records Radio Repairs BROOKS MUSIC STORE 107 K. Main I'linoe 811 Valentine Gift Suggestion! Gift Certificates Exquisite Handkerchiefs Cologne Perfumei Sachets Heart Shaped Trinket Boxes Greeting Boxes All (lifts Heaulifiilly (.iff Wrapped Free at No Extra Charge The Gift Shop 103 East Main S(ree< Hu« (Illk-i: (l]ii'iis (i:30 Show SUrls 6:15 Opens Sunday 1:00; Stalls 1:15 Continuous Slums Hat. ,1 Sun. nnre;iin Night Every Night Ivvccpt S:ilurd:iy No passes honored on .Sunday *l Itoxy Theatre Lasl Time Today DOUBLf FEATURE Without Reservations with John Wayne and ClaiKk'ttr- (.'ollifrt Invisible Wall ivitli Don CasilR anrt Virginia Cliribtine SATURDAY mm CYCLONE; JIMMY • Surplus Army Shoes • Combat' Boots • Overshoes • Rubber Boots Anderson Shoe Shop * Clothing Store 316 E. Main SI., Olytherille 0 Perfect Service \Vr jirldc oursclvc* on our courteous, prompt service, 1'crfcrt fond plud perfect service equals the perfect mcnl. Elliott Johns, Owner Johns Cafe .(Oil West Main Phone 3900 HE Lasses WHITE JOHN 1AMK A MONOGRAM fICTVP.t Serial: "G-Me«" No. tl and Shor Cont. Showing Snt. 12:30 to 11:31 Sunday and Monday IN WARNERS RE-RElEASt ' "»" • l"" ?"'• •"'.'' ' Win IIW Sint« . t^^, p,,, h cM ki lim« M FniKr w* Fov Movietone News Conl. Showinr Sunda and Short* j I:30-11:H

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