The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 7, 1948 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, February 7, 1948
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1!M8 JBIATIIEVIU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS — Society 9 Miss Elleue Lamb To Wed Jack Finley Robinson In a ceremony to be solemnized this afternoon, 6 o'clock at tlie First Methodist Church in West Memphis Miss Ellenc I.aml), daughter O f Mrs Joseph Tarpley Lamb will become the bride of Jnck Pinlcy Robinson of Blytheville, son of Dr. F. A Robinson and the late Mrs. Robinson The Rev. Harold Eggensperger p.i^- U>r. will officiate. I program of nuptial music will presented by George L. Hodge of Marked Tree, organist and Martha Miller White, niece of the bride- elect and Patricia Chandler, both jf West Memphis, as vocalists Floor baskets of white cmrmtion.i and gladioli against a background <,l ferns «nd greenery nnd Iliuikcd by white tapers burning in wrought iron candelabra will form the beautiful setting for the wedding party. Miss Lamb, who will be given in marrlfige by her brother, Lewis Larno of Little Rock, will wear a white gtiti- ednne dressmaker suit with her accessories being in black patent., She will carry a white satin prayer book topped wllh a white orchid' «nd showered with stephonotis and white satin streamers. Miss Bess Uiinb of West Mem-i pliis, who will serve her sister ns 1 maid of honor, is the only feminine attendant. She has chosen for the occasion, a blue dressmaker suit with a black straw hat and black accesories. She will pin nt her shoulder a corsage ol gardenias. Hush Whitsilt of Blytheville brother-in-law of Mr. Robinson will serve as best man. Ushers will at Phillips Robinson and Freema-i Robinson of Blytheville, cousins of Mr. Robinson, nnd Fred Owen of West Memphis. Following the ceremony tlie couple will leave lor a wedding trip to Mexico, after which they will return here to make their home where Mr. Robinson has extensive fnrmin" and ginning interests. Mrs. Lamb, mother of tlie bride- elm will wear a frock of blue crepe v^|i black accessories, and n corsage of gardenias. On , e , 0/ the largest of the pre- miptlal parties honoring Miss Lanio was the tea given Wednesday afternoon in West Memphis at the home of Mrs. L. L. Higgan with Mrs Ris —l Mrs Raiford L. Murphy, Mrs. -n V. Goodwin and Miss Evelyn ™nXesL^Sn SeS ' Appro * ima "* r Blylheville called 'betwelTlhe hours of three ami six. £ green and white color scheme home. The tea table, drape? within white linen cloth, held asa center piece as attractive arrangement of .sweetpeas and snapdragons garlan- h , I 8arde » la s and Hanked by white burning tapers in silver candelabra. A silver coffee and tea Legion Hut Is Setting For Formal Dinner Dance Mr. mid M,.,. n. u. ci'uwfmd nnd Mr. nticl Mrs. To,,, jinniin „.,,,.,, Hosts nnd hostesses Thursday nlchl at one of the largest of tho gav I'ebi-imi'y holiday festivities u> be 81«ii In niylhevlllc. when ihcy enterinlncd UK- Dell Supper club with K formal dinner donee nt Ihe Legion Hin. Approximately- 80 guests attended. A color scheme of • ed and white ' »•'<"* wis used in the novel decorations ] runs. Bits of News Mr. iiiul Mrs, p.. c. Hliuikenshln I accompanied by Mrs. Ujul.s /,(•»«• and children, have gone to New Or- I leans where tliey will nttenri Marrtt " to curry out Ihe valentine mollf. 1 he tables, overlaid with white cloilis, were arriinged In u huge u shape. Red cimwllons Intermingled with tiny white hum-Is mid Bieen- Xv formed the centerpiece. A sIHyi of red crepe paper with hearts cut out was plnccd down the length of tlie tables. ns were the sofl Blowing red lapers In cry.slnl holders. Placcenrds of red hcnrls added loathe ,ilr,rtlv«,M. of H, r set- hi'S* red lienrt. trimmed with a wliile lace ruffle and Inscribed with "Dell supper club" wns suspended from ii,,, ceiling by red nnd wiilie i-repc paper unit could be seen upon entering the dining hull. Prom (lie large heart, four smaller ones dangled at different lentils, nnd one each window nnd the entrance wn.s n replica of this novel decoration ,i,l ,ft y Adah Robinson, sister of the bride 8 room-elect, presided at the refreshment (able White carnations, roses and greenery were aranged throughout the entertaining rooms of the home Miss Ellenc Lamb, of West Memphis, daughter of Mrs. Joseph raiplcy Lamb, will become the bride of Jack Finley Robinson, ot Blythcville, son of Dr. F. A. Robinson and the lale Mrs, Robinson, In a ceremony to be solemnized (his afternoon, 5 o'clock, in West Memphis Hannah Is Honored With Surprise Shower Mrs. Willie Anderson Hannah bride-elect of Eric Hall was complimented last night when Mrs Jack Vowell and Mrs. Victor Wilson were hostesses with n miscellaneous shower at Hie VoweJI home Approximately 20 intimate friends of Mrs. Hannah were present., Mrs. Hannah was presented with imt ' he "' ay ° f a trcns!lre Following the presentation of the gifts, games were played under the direction ol Mrs. Burl Wilson. Prizes were won by the guest of honor and Mbs Maureen Hawkins and Victor Wilson. I red blouse and black bow. accessories Th c hostesses presented Mrs Hannah with a gilt. Refreshments of assorted party foods with Iced drinks were served. Bridge Luncheon Given At Baker Wilson Home P-S. Baker Wilson and Mrs. Farris McCalla were hostesses Thursday when they entertained members of the Mid-Week Club and one guest, Mrs. Odell Sanders of Greenwood, Miss., with a luncheon at the Wilson home on West, Walnut. A crystal bowl filled with an attractive arrangement of Spring flowers centered the dining tnble it which the luncheon was served. During the afternoon bridge imes, Mrs. C. A. Cunningham won Grade School Children Receive Writing Awards The following loft-handed students In Blythei'ille elemental}' schools received awards for keeping the correct writing position In all writing curing the first semester ending Jan. 23. Centiv.l Elementary School: Uob- by Lavanghn Alley. Harriett. Apple- ba-iim, Keith Coaics, Ernest Elmer ff?.-/£, Nancy Hollis. John A. Lack- niann, Kaleitn llsrie Lucius, Sain Lum, Undo Rayder and Mary Louise Turnuge. Lunge Elementary School: Roben Lcc BraS.ton, Clifion Crofi, Anna May Grecr, Barbara Graves, Floyd Hastings, David Lee Holi. Berlin 1 Llo.vd, Jerry Lloyd. Jerry Springer, James Thorn nnd Billy Ray Websser. Sudbury Eiementary School: Don. aid Eugene Allen, Billy Hakcr, Thelma Jean Bsok. Eva Jean Carner, Bobby ChiMrcss. Billy Ray Ci-itfi. June Law-ana Cunningham, Richard Dean Dnughcriy. Mnry Ann Fi.sher. J;iines Gr.-ive.s, Loweii HelTOn, Cliarlcs Hester, Patricia Hurley. Kelly Jones. Joan Mnrylln Kttth, Willie Lindscy, Tommy Lovc- ladj, Polly Sue Moore, Korma Moore. Leon Priviti. Nina Jean Riclmrrison. Juines Robertson, Hi- nim SnocU:rass, Cynthia Jo Travis and Mary Jane White. Varbro Elementary .School: Gien Da'.e Howard. James Roy Lang and Patsy Ann Varbro. Clear Lake Elementary School: Ruth Eleanor Asliby. Miss La June Autry Is Bride of jimmy Sykcs He of her si.s- Mrs. Fowler Entertains Club Members, Guests Mrs. Leon Scherer and Mrs. Joe Travis were guests yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Lcndcniilc Fowler j entertained c. B. C. Club members . at her home. j When rook games were played i during the afternoon, prizes were i won by Mrs. O. O. Elkins. high. j Mrs. Alvin Hardy, second and Mrs. j A. A. Hardy, rooko. i Individual red heart shaped cakes ; with each member's name Inscribed 'on it, were served will, hot colfee | ... jMrs. Caldvvell Hostess To Chapter N, P. E, 0. Chapter N. P. E. O. Sisterhood mel yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs Chester Coldwell, with nine members attending. Mrs. Charles Crigyer Jr., dent, was in charge of the business ! meeting at which plans were made 10 send n donation to Cottey College in Nevada, Mo. Mrs. J. W. Adams presented the program on the subject of 'Western Universities". In her talk, Mrs. Adams named all the Universities of higher education in the West and also the .state and denominational universities. Mrs. Atliims centered her talk mostly on the University ol California, the University of Colorado and Lcland Stanford The hostess served a lea course. Business Meeting Held By Dorcas Class Members Mr.s. R. L. Wade was hostess aurt :.Ii.s.s Cordelia Wilhile. co-|ir,<m=« Coming Events Social Calendar Mimil.l} Mrs. liny \YhlliiiiKUm I'lileiinln. ins O. li. o. Club members, Business Women's Circle num- «r 8 of (lie First Iliiplist Churei, rneeliiiK ill the home ol Mrs, Flrtcli- er KIni:. Woiiinii'* Society of Chrlsllun fam'lco of Hirst Melhodlst Church will meet at the church for a nm. meeting. . Mississippi County Snb-Ulslrlct of "iccl nl 1::io p Mrs. J. A. Rounsvltle left yesterday with her nephew. 1S11I Murler. Methodist Youth ami family [,„• Houston, MVxiis. Melhudlst Churei where she will lie ihelr jjur-sl tor nn Women's Ml« extended vlsii. l i.'| rs | ]||,| >t | s( Q], Miss Ilctly Woodson. dntightor ol i circle group's C'irc-ie or !,L^^. K :. B -* r<x >;!' 0 ''; "« J ." llh M™- •>' T. we,th Sorority at Hie i I wo with Mrs. Cleo will meel In II meel Circle Memph, u the Wilson. Mr. Him Mrs, Allan Slacy left yiilexlny lur Crensliaw, Mis-,., where tliey will mitku their home Mr. nun Mrs, Sidney Plait, Imvu as Ilipir Riiesl. his brollicr. Dr. Mnlliuw Plan of Chli-ano. Mrs. I latt ind her jm-st spent yeiler- duy in Mempliis To complete the Valentine theme, rufcd \f heTl *"" "m'"' '" C °"solid ceiling W!!S formed from ca e o- " me,, , ° Wllh II SCVCrc ' " red and while paper entwined with | tiny hearts, which were drjiped from the chandeliers. A large bouriijci O f Spring flowers In tlie lounge were sent by Mr and Mrs Russell mil. who are in Hot Springs ntid were unnble Io attend, the dunce. Mr. Gill Is president of the club. Quests included Mr. *nd Mrs Orl; Mrs. Harold Thompson Jr.. and son, Michael, of Slkeston Mo are spending several days wllh 'M™. J. n. Wulkfi- nnd Mrs, llnnild 'I'hoin. PXOII. "r. and Mrs J. A. Snliba and daughter. Miss Alice Snliba, will spend Ihe weekend in Cairo 111 Mr. and Mrs. Mnrifn Wood are Women's Auxiliary of ||, L , j,.i,. s i rlrele 5 'o"r U C '! urrh wl " '""'I '» with Mrs. nyron Mi.rse; (;hv|,. Tw<> will meel wllh Mm. Jesse M. While- Circle Three, wllh Mrs. c. s. Corey'. ihMe will Intel at.2:30 nnd Circle Mrs. Knvln p. Jones nnd || le mis- ilr.i* Women's olrele will meet ill the home of M rs . T. j MAlmh «-IIH Mrs. Mildred Cutter mm Mrs Margaret Mahiin Dull us TtlrMluy Chmlt-volx clmpl.T. D. A. R. will have n l o'clock luncheon nt tlie Ifnlel Noble, with Mrs. c H, Prini Mrs. o. w. McCutchen nnd Mrs! W A. ' Affllck ns h<»tc.vK». MIS. and Mrs. I?i«sell Oreenway, Mr. and Mrs. Earl nrownlee, Miss Martha Prances Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Dlaiikcnship. Mr. and Mrs Orall Himnicntt, Miss Mary Prances Bowmon and Cecil Metcalf. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cook. Mr. and Mrs Ralph Caudle, Mr. and Mrs, Noble Gill. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kerner. Mr. and Mrs, John Dur- iiell, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Howard. Mrs. Helen Sanders ami Dallas Brownlee. j tcr. Miss L;iJv;ne Autry to Jimmy l jT.iU-rcmy when thcv cntcrtnincd' | Sykcs. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. members of the Dorcas Class ol the Baptist Church at the Wade home at Walnut and 15th. S.vkes The double ring ceremony was solemnized Jan. 24, at Hernantlo, I Opening prayer was given by Mrs Miss. Mis. Hopper was their only C. S. Lemons with Mrs. M. w Lewis attendant, she wore a grey pin . presiding during tlie business mctt- Mripc dress with a bustle cflnct, and green accessories. Mrs. Sykes wore a wool flannel beige dress fashioned will, a bustle effect. Her accessories were of brown nihgnlor. Mr.s. Sykc.i. who i.s (he daughter Mr.s. R. F. Maxwell gave Ihe devotional -The Good Shepherd" Inker, from lhc 10th chapter of John. Mr.s. C. L. MeWator.s chose as her subject to talk on, "Such A.s Thy --.. -- il;m '- Givc r Thee". She also gave ol Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Autry. ;it- inlcrestiiii; details on the lives of tended school in ulytlu'vilie. Mr. I George Washington and Abraham Sykcs. who also attended schnol 1 Lincoln. hen-, is now connected with the advertising department of the Cocn- Coia Bottling; Co. They will make their home here. high score and Mr.-,. B. A. byncn. second high. LAND FOR RENT On Bid Basis at WILSON HIGH SCHOOL Wilson, Ark. t* Tues. r Feb. 10th r 2 p.m. 400-500 Acres Located Section 16, Township Illinois Range 9 Near Evodalc At the close of tlie meeting the group repeated the Lords Prayer. Refreshments were served by the There are MOO sweat glands in each icr-iaie huh of a man's palm. Perfect Service We pride ourselves on our courteous, prompt service, rcrfccl food plus pcrfecl ser\ire L-<|UA|S Die perfect meal. Elliott Johns, Owner Johns Cafe inn \Vesl. fllain J'lione 3000 Results Are Announced In Who's Who Contest The Freshmnn class nnd the Seventh Grade of Die Burdelte School sponsored n Who's Who Contest in their room [Ills week. Results from the. Freshman Class contest nre us follows: Most popular. Floris Hnle nnd Samuel Duucnn: most studiovis. Carolyn Wise nnd ciaudlc Sanders; student most likely Io succeed, Floris Hale and Tommy CftJIls: most beautiful girl, Veleta Pierce; most handsome boy, clnudte Sanders; licsl athlete. Fayc Tontlih and Clniidlc Sanders; mosl in love, Jackie Woodard and Tlioiuas Holder-, Mr. and Miss Olh grade. Floris Hale and Jaincs Clnrk; laziest, Maxine prosskno and Mclvin Crosskno; biggest pcsl. Betty Mitchell nnd llnrold Stiimbouyh; bigBust bn- by. Cnrolyn Wise and Billy Conner. Jesse C. Stevens Is class sponsor and Thomas Holder, class president. The Seventh. Grade contest rc- sulUs are as follows: popular, Virginia Whntley and Leon West; most intelligent, Margaret Stout and Thomas Lane- ley; prettiest girl, Pollye McDonald; most handsome boy. F,lEine Hamilton; student most likely to succeed, Virginia Whatley and Sherrod 8c- gravcs; wittiest, Jeanette Juckson and Doyle Aycock; all-nround. Virginia Whatley and Thomas PAGE PIVJR ins al tl\« home ol Mrj. Cornelius Alodliiger. W?dnesct»y Bridge Club being e n- Icilalned by Mrs. Hairy Klrby, 'l'hur«Jity Jully lOiKhl Olub tncelliiK »l lhc hi'mc of Mr*. Albert Endcrlin. Mrs. M. N. Niirui cnlerlnliilng Octclie Cluh nienibera. Mrs. E. R. Lancashire hostess to Thursday Coniract rjlnu nicnibcrs. Mrs. H. a. I'urllow enteiliiliiliiB Olub El«ht member.i. ' Mld-Weclt Club being «n(«rt»ln- ed by Mrs. W. U. Homer. Seekers Sunday School School Class of the First Methodlsl Church will Imve a soclnl nl the church »t ^ o'clock. FrMay World I5ay ol Pruyer and clUI- drens services at the First Methodist Church at 3:44 p.m. Mr. A. A. H»rrty entertaining o. B C. club. Oregor. is salUfactorj^ but she Is nnaWe Io receive visitors. Mrs. Walter Rosenthal will leave | tomorrow lor [mini llcnch, Fin I where she will Join her son. Hurold linnd. From there they will B0 by I plane to Nassau, Bahama IjJlamls, where they will spend two weeks. Mrs. ErivJn p. Jones nnd sou Patrick, spent yesterday In Memphis. Mrs. C. W. Atfliik l.i spending two days In Memphis. , _ Mrs. w. L. Homer. Mrs. Ellon Kirby. Mrs. Rlley B. Jones and Mrs C. A. Cunningham were In Mem- , pills yeslerdny |o attend "Joan ol Lorraine" at Ellis Auditorium. They ' were Joined In Memphis by Mrs. Dlx-lc Crawford of Joucsboro. They remained overnight nnd will nl- Ujiui Ihe Eugene Llsl concert today. Mrs. Farmer England, Mrs. W A Long nnd Mrs. Cecil Wrolen were in Memphis yesterday where lliey attended the "Jonn of Lorraine" show at El Its Auditorium. C. F. Tucker will be ... „, „, 'he prourum on tlie subjrcl of "Nntlonnl Heroes." Mrs. Uen M. White enlm-lalnliij) members of Ln Neuvc Club. Trt-Town Bridge Club members nueUnx at Ihe home of Mrs. Dalo S. UrlKKs. Sciikera Siinduy School Class of the Fli-sl Mcthodlsl Church will have n elns.s Bible study nt tho church nt «:30 p.m. Mrs. llnskell JJInjikemhlp hm-less to Avnlun Dunco Club. 'I'own iiml Counliy Cluli meet- Civic Caltndar Junior Chamber ot Commerce Bon ill of Directors—1:30 pin. Tuesday Lion'* Cluu—12:16 American Lnilon-.«:uo p.m. Oily Council—8:00 p.m. Klwnnls Club—12:10 p.m. liotnry Club—12:10 p.m. Osceola Events Moiiilfty W. S, C. S ol the rfru Melh- (iilisl church will meel »l j : ao nm at the church. Hilb-dlslrlct iwcllnu of Ihe Methwllst Yiiuth will meet «i ihe Ktisl Melhodlst Chureh In iilythe- vllle nl 7:30 p.m. W. M. U. Of lhc First Baptist Church will meet In Circle groups. of Mrs. Frniik Hnbertson nt 2:SO i p.m.; Circle Two, will meet at Ihe home or Mrs. Roy c»x at 2:30 p.m. The revival will begin at tho First Bnptlst Church »l 7:30 p.m. Continuous Show* Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 I.ISTKN TO KLCN 8:IX) a.m. 12:49 p.m. < : j« f I/Hst Time Today Seven Keys to Balclpate wllh Phillip Terry and Claire TrtTor Serial "Brick Bradford" N«. I >nd Short Sunday and Monday Marriaf/e Lire/men The follow''iR couple nutnhicd ,\ nmnluKe license yesUrduy in the office of MiK.i Ellzsbelh Ulythe, county clerk. Jnck Finlcy Robinson of Ulythe- vllle iiiKl Miss Ellene i.nmb of W -I At The Hospitals Io lldsjillnl Dismissed; Paul Lawrence, city. Mrs. W. G. Rarnbo, and city. Mrs. ''city. Mrs. city. J. L. W. Fiilghnm and PlunkeU and baby, baby, bnby, Wall* Hospital Dismissed: Mrs Vance Dlxson, file. 3, city. Miss Ruth Dnrncs. city. nitchencll Jledels, city. c. n. Nance. Tyler, Mo. H. H. Dnrr. Caruthcrsvllle, Mo. Birthday Dinner Honors Mrs. K. A. Mitchell Mrs. Episcopalian Bishop To Conduct Services A service of Holy Communion will be celebrated tomorrow morning, II o'clock, at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, when Ihe Rt. Rev. n. Bland Mitchell of Lltllc Reck, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese ol Arkansas, will IK guest cclcbninl. Bishop Mitchell will be complimented tonight at a dinner when the Woman's Auxiliary of the ....o. John West of Promised : -••*• •• Ijind wns hostess last night when : cl "irch will be hostesses at Ihe. she entertained with n birthday I Woman's Club to members of tlic dinner honoring her mother. Mrs. lo cal congregation. Dinner will be R. IA Mitchell, at her home. I loJIawt-iJ by u conercgationril meet- The dining table, at which din- , '"K over which Bisiiop Mitchell will ner was served, was draped with , preside, a white linen cloth and centered 1 flowers in n. low crystal bowl, j «• . Following dinner, gifts were prc- Services »'n OsCCO/O scnted the guest of honor by Hie ! OSCEOLA, Ark.. Feb. 1 -The Rl hostesses. Guests included, Mr and Mrs. Dal!as Mitchell and daughter. Sherry jale, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thompson, Mr. and Mrs tjinvam . .. . Rev. R. Bland Mitchell, Bishop ol Arkansas, will condirct services tomorrow at the Calvary Episcopal Church here. Baptismal services will be con- Joyncr. Mrs. John Walker. Miss | ducted nt 4:30 tomorrow aftcrnoo.i L'i,-y Tliompson nntl Mr. and Mrs J. W. West and family. I and will be followed by services nt I 7:30 p.m. Satisfaction Guaranteed INDIVIDUAL WAVE us* your own favorita turlerj Contains: Crerrtt lotion Fxclusivt Ploslcm Caf fnd Papers Applicators and DirKtions > 9/ ATTENTION SPORTSMEN: There will l>c n meeting; of everyone interested in introducing iihcasiint in this county. FRKB Picture show on pheasants nnd pheasant hunting. Court Kouse, Blytheville, Ark. Tuesday Night, Feb. 10th. A Get Your i 1'New Look' j From Us... / In Timt for Valentine's HERE YOU GET FINE WORK AND COMFORT AT REASONABLE PRICES! !)ne of our new coiffures will set (he style far you! Remember, that new outfit is nut complete without :he new look on "top"! Sec us today for satisfaction jnrf reasonable prices. At lilythcvillc's most com- 'ortable hemily shop. THE BEAUTY CLINIC Edith* Bellinger, Owner 1st Not't Bank Bldg. Phone 3274 WOOD'S 221 W. Main DRUG STORE Phone 507 ////// '/// //// ft/, "Mil "N'aw 1 don't want ycr old autograph 1 jist >v;tiit to try on dial s\vell glove you bought at HUISHA1U) HAltmVAItK COMPANY!" i'ltrumouut Newi And Short Oiiit, Shuwlnjt Sunday l;15-lttN PIANOS New and Used Music Instruments Uo|ntiis * Sunplieg Sheet Must* Records Rndin Kcpairs BROOKS MUSIC STORE 107 E. Main Phno« 811 Box Oflkc Opens 6:30 Slum HUtrt* 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Siarti 1:11 Cnntlniimis Shows S»t. A Snn. Barcain NI B ht Every Night Except Saturday No passes rumored on Sunday « Roxy TheMru I.nst Time Today Song of Wasteland wllh Jimmy Wiikely 1 Serial: "G-Mi-n" No. II and Short Oinl. Showing Sat. 12:30 Io ll:W Sunday and Monday IN « WARNERS' RE-RELEASED Fox Movietone New* **i Stwrta Cant. Showing SunU; l:M-ll:«t

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