The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 9, 1948 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 9, 1948
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MONDAY, F.EBRUARY 9, 1948 _BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Society, 9 Phone 4161 VIis. Halsell Honored With Afternoon Party Mrs. Ernest Halscll and Mrs, Mclvin Halscll were hoste«es Saturday with an afternoon party j Honoring Mrs. Roy Halscll, the for- First Semester B.H.S. Honor Roll Is Announced Miss Peggy Van winkle led th« rored plaque formed the centerpiece on the dining table. Assorted na Galncs- ' Carroll EYans; Mo- Bits of News M.I.SOH Day Jr., hn.s yonc lo Jackson, Miss., wiicre he Hill attend Hie wedding today ol Duncan Gray, will! whom he attended school at, Tulane University, New Orleans, La. several rtays there. parly foods added to the attractive- i Dick nc-id; c. G. Rcdma Ine Hill; Charlie Bclknap; Jimmte I,. Plunkctt al the Blythevllle llos- F. Clemens; Clarice Maxwell; Jim Pel). 3. The Plunketts have Fidelis Class Meeting Held At C. F, Edds Home Mrs. C. E. Edds and Mrs. E. L. Hale were hostesses Thursday night to members of the Fidclls Class ol the First Baptist Church with a din- ! ner at the Edds home on W. Chickasawba. Twenty-one members and four visitors, Miss !!:>«! Drannen, new church secretary. Mrs. Charles R.Newcomb, Mrs. Jess Seaman and Miss Delia Purtle were present. The dining table, from which dinner was served buffet style, was draped with a lace cloth and centered with an arrangement of Spring flowers. Following dinner. Dr. Edna Nics president, presided during the business meeting. The year book was presented by Mrs. Bob Barne.s. Devotional was given by Mrs. J. L. Nabers after which Miss Purtle presented a book review on 'The Bishop's Mantle" by Agnes A. Turnball. « da Cnttenden Honored th Valentine Dance Lyda Criltenden, who Is moving to Little Rock soon, was again honored Friday night when Martha Nichols, Betsy Bell and Jane Wilson, entertained with R dance at the Woman's Club. The club liouss was decorated in keeping with the Valenline Iheme. Included In the guests was Horace Nelson of Memphis, who is visiting his cousin, Jane Wilson. Chaperones for the affair wrce Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. Baker Wilson and Mrs. Margaret Mahan Bell. Refreshments of party foods with iced drinks were served. • • • Women's Auxiliary Meets At Presbyterian Church The Women's Auxiliary of ilie First Presbyterian church met Fri- 'a y afternoon at the church to complete their study of the book jjgommltted unto Us", which enrt- W the group's observance of' the "Week of Prayer." Mrs. C. M. Gray was in charge ot the program, assisted by Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty, Mrs. William Young and Mrs. Jesse M. White. Mrs. Ross Stevens gave th e devotional. Bridge Luncheon Given By Mrs. Max Usrey Sr. Mrs. M. O. Usrey Sr. was hostess Friday when she entertained with a bridge luncheon at her home on West Main honoring her daughter, Mr?. O'Dell Sanders of Greenwood, Miss. Entertaining rooms of the home were decorated with attractive arrangements of red roses, jonquils and purple iris. Following the luncheon, which was served at the individual tables, bridge was played with Mrs. J. E. Beaslry winning high score and Mrs. James Guard, second high. Brunch Party Given For Lyda Crittenden Donna Sue Oore and Sally Tric- S mann were hostess SatiMlay rning at 10 o'clock with n brunch party honoring Lyda Crittenden, at the Oliver Keener home. Guests attending were 12 of Lyda's most intimate friends. * The guest of honor was presented with gifts from her friends, and the hostess gave her a scrapbook as a gift. Lancashire; Vivian Patterson; Nan- another son. Jolmny Kay, lour. Mrs. ccy Shivley; patty Bartholomew; ~ Gay Garrlgan Bobby Mullen; Edward Pipkin; Sonny Lackmann; Ihe lormer Miss Evelyn Cole. Mr. and Mis, Jack C. Owen spent ANNOUNCEMENT The Benefit Bridge Parly, which was to he given Saturday. Feb. 14. Vivian Taylor; Mose Simon; Mona yesterday in Memphis wllh Mr. Goodrich; Pat Reagan; I/julsc- Tur- Owen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank ner; Aleda Freeman; Jim Deer; i Owen.and family. June stlres; Julia Swlnk; William 1 Miss Mary Morgan and Miss Car- Austin; Vernell o'Noal; Larry Wll- , olyn Wade returned home tills morning from the University of Arkansas. Fayetteville, whore they spent several day!, visiting with friends who are attending thc University. Miss Bcttc Boyri spent thc weekend with her mother, Mrs. L. L. 130yd of Urew, Miss., who underwent an appendectomy at the hospital IJurress; Peggy j n Greenwood, Miss. Her condition Jane Kortgcrs; is satisfactory. Hams. Those inakinc honorable mention were; Louise Sullivan; Ruth Hale; Patsy Bosharse: R. c. Allen; La June Autry; Howard Bailey; Sue Orsburn; Dianna Zoller; Evelyn Cunningham; Mary Jo Eaton; Lucille Hub bard; Freeman; Wanrta Dlllic Nancy Bratcher; Jo Anne Triesch- Mrs.'Hownrd De Splinter of mann;; Jim Henry; Marion Mayes; | wan , IU ., arriwd tod ' ay to 5 ,, e , ld sev . Don Peterson; Sue Shaver; Ruth erai ' dn ' s wlth h Feeman; Patsy Pope; Jim Gos- Mr . and Mr5 . R c a , d „,,„, Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Mississippi county Sub-Dlstrlcl of Methodist Youth will meet «L First Methodist Church «t 7:50 p.m. Tu«dtjr Chirlevoix Chapter, D. A. R. will have a i o'clock lunch ton al the Hotel Noble, with M15 . c . R. Peim Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs. w A, Afdlcfc us hostesses. Mrs. C. F. Tucker will be in charge ol H'e program on th« subject ol "National Heroes." Mrs. Ben M. white eiUtrUinlng members of La Neuve Club. Trl-Town nrirtge Onb members meeting at the home of Mrs. D«le S. Bilges. Wrinrsday Chapter D. P. E. O. will meet at ) o'clock »t the home of Mrs. Hermon Carlton wllh Mrs. C. P. H«moo as co-hostess. Seekers Sunday School CKw or the First Methodist Church will have < class Bible »tudy it the church at 8:30 p.m. Mrs, Haskell Blankenshlp hostess o Avalon Bunco Club. Town and Country Club meeting at the home of Mrs. Cornelius Modinger. Wednesday Bridge club being en- terUlned by Mrs. H.rry Kirby. Thursday Jolly Eighl Club meeting al Ihe home of Mrs. Albert Enrterlln. Mrs. M. N. Nunn enterlalnlni; Ocletle Club members. Mrs. E, n. Lancashire hosle« lo Thursday Contract Club members. Mrs. H. G. Partlow entertaining Club EisM members, Mid-Week Club being entertained by Mrs. w. L. Horner. Seekers Sunday School School Class of the First Methodist Church will have a social at the church at 1 o'clock. Frlilay United Council of Church Women ol niythevtlle, will observe Ihe World Day of Prayer at St. Stephens Episcopal Church at 2:30 p.m. Subject of the program will be "The World At Prayer", and a picture man; J. D. Riffes; Betty Glisson; Mary sue Hawkins; Delano McMillen, Helen Beymore; Bobby Faye Tommye Wells; Nancy Damon; Betty Harbor; Thelma Rice; Louis Anderson; Don Huey; Jack Duclos; entitled "The Road We Walk', will be shown In connection with Uic program. . D. Al. World Day of Prayer and chll- drrns services at thc First Mctho- ger. Mr. and dist Church at 3:45 p.m. J ' " ning C. B Memphis. Miss Ann Wccdnmn, daughter of Dudley Hardy; Malta Pryor; Dorli Mr ; """ Mr5 - Hurry Wccdnmn, mid Stone, At The Hospitals Blythevllle Hospital Dismissed: Larry Joe Thrasher, Hiyti. Mo. Danny Franklin Pickle, Rte. ^, city. Mrs. W. G. Rambo and baby, city. Joe Rayford. city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Bill Braned and btby, city. Mrs. W. o. Blue. city. Mrs. J. P.'Turner, Kennett, Mo. Jettte - James, city. Mrs. Mo. Andrew Jenkins, Holland, Mrs. Max Green and baby, Steele, Mo. Mrs. Godsey fo Direct Jolly Youngsters Club Mrs. R. H. Godsey will be the new director of the Jolly Youngsters Club of the Blytheville "X" which meets regularly on Monday afternoons in the "Y 1 rooms, from 4 to 5 o'clock. This group is composed of the children in the age range of S to 8 years. features of their program include group singing, mass games and a story hour. All children In the first,- second and third grades are Invited to participate in the activities of this group. Mr., Mrs. Long Honored At Dogwood Clubhouse Approximately 60 guests attended the surprise miscellaneous shower Friday at the Dogwood Community Clubhouse honoring Mr. and T. B. Long, whose home was completely destroyed by fire two weeks ago. The Dogwood Home Demonstration Club met Wednesday and made five of the comforters which were presented to Mr. and Mrs. Long. a student at Texas State College for Women, Denton, Tex., was the weekend guest of Miss Virginia Swearengen at the University of Arkansas, FayettevHIe. she was Ihere especially to attend the Delta Gamma Sorority Spring Festival. Baptist Minister Lauds Truman's Social Ideas WASHINGTON. Feb. 9 (UP) — President Truman's civil rights proposals may have stirred up anger among Southern Democrats but they won him praise when hft went to his church yesterday. The President made an unannounced morning visit to the First Baptist Church and heard his Ideas defended by Dr, Edward H. Pruden. the pastor. Dr. Pruden said all persons who pioneer in the "social realm will always encounter 'contrary winds'." He said there was nothing new In the President's program which could ,. not. fillfi <;1innnrt (n aLtl*n>- n,- m , t'S Civic Calendar Junior Monday Chamber of Commerce, Board of Directors--? :30 p.m. Tucscjuy Lion's Club— 12:15 American Legion — 8:00 p.m. City Council— 8:00 p.m. WednMdAy Ktwanis Club— 12:10 p. OT . Thursday Rolary Club— 12:10 p.m. Osceolo Monday Sub-district meeting of the Methodist Youth will meet at the First Methodist Church In Blytheville at 7:30 p.m. The revival will begin it the First Baptist Church at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Rolary Club, 12:10 p.m. »t the Masonic Hull. Mission Study on China al the First Methodist Church at 7:30 p.m. Deborah Class of the First Bap- ;t Church meeting at 7:00 p.m. Girls and boys basketball game. Osceola vs. Dyess, there. 8:00 p.m. Revival services al First Chris. —- "a» Church at 9:30 p.m. beginning fn™h li'?,™"™ s ' """ '" , ton '8 ht a 1 "* continuing through the Wednesday Sunday School Lesson, First Bi\p- support In either Ihe New-i Teslamcnt or the U. S, Coiutitutlo: No Iwo persons' teeth have the tooth structure arc very distinct and the Intensity of th c lines varies In different persons. Meetings W. S. c. S. of Ihe Dell Methodist Cliurch will meet at the home of Mrs. Dewey sheppard, Tuesday aft ernoon al 2:30. Perfume was worn as a charm against the plague back in the days of Chr.rlcs I of England. YOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER HOT FLASHES, FEEL CHILLY- Here's Good News! Are you between the Rgr* ot 38 »na 52 and Roltig through that trying lunctlonnl 'mfcldEc-nge* period peculiar to women? Does this make you suffer from hot flashes, feel clammy,ao nertous, irritable, weak? Then DO try Lydla E. Plnkham'* Veg«table Compound to iclieve such Si'iiU'tonis? It's famous for this! Many wise 'inldtile-njic' .women hike I*tnltham'5 Compound rrpulnr- iy to help bul!d up reslstancs flgaiiist this distress. FlnXham's Compound contains no Optales--no hnbH-fornilns drugB. U rit , A11AM a ,- Anrt:rs wh1l , d<le(| tron . Lydia E. Pinkham's VEGETABLE COMPOUND helps nature (you know what we mean!). This great medicine also h»s what lectors call * stomachic tonic frfTecl. M>TKi O r roa m-r pr »f, r 1.VD74 X. 'S TAI1T.KTS -l st the Womans Club, has been postponed until a later date. LAND FOR RENT On Bid Basis at WILSON HIGH SCHOOL Wilson, Ark. Tues., Feb. 10th, 2 p.m. 400-500 Acres Located Section 16, Township Illinois Range 9 Near Evadale Get Your 'New Look' From' Us... In Time for Valentine's Day' HERE YOU GET FINE WORK AND COMFORT AT REASONABLE PRICES! Jnc of our new ctiiffnrcs will s«t (he style for you! Remember, that new outfit is not complete without :he new look on "top"! See us today for satisfaction jnd reason; t l)le prices. At Blytheville'g most com- orlable beauty shop. , THE BEAUTY CLINIC 1st Nat'l Bank Bldg. Edith Bellinger, Owner Phone 3274 TV1EW YORK (NEA)—Suits of ^ flower-garden colon ar« out early enough this Spring to stcnl the show from late-blooming posies, Staging their debut far ahead of flowers from which they take their color cues »re the lulls ihown In pistel shades of lilac and "Balm»in" rose. The rose-colored suit, left, designed by Sau Francisco's Lilli Ann, features Ihe new side-swept silhouette with u draped skirl and a side-buttoned draped jacket. The lilac-colored 1 wool gabardine suit, right, owes Its new look to a longer and boxicr bolero jacktl learned wllh a Kill fiorccl skirt.—EPSIE KINAKD, NIOA Fashion Edilor. PAGE FIVB Six Prisoners Escap* from Final Farm; On* Dies from Exposure MEMPHIS, Tenn., Feb. I <UP)— All but one of *lx escaped ccnviet* who sawed their w»y out of th* Shelby County Penal Parnrwcrt tc- countcd for toaay Including»r. old Clyde Mnrtln who died of exposure near the Nashville, Ch»tt«- nooga & St. Louis Ritlwuy tr»cki Martin was wnnlcd In Albany, N. Y, on a charge of vlolatlKK D»r- rolc. r Tlio recaptured prlsonera *«• U- enlllled as j»ck E. Hill, wim»m A. RoBcrs, Wllllum H, Ray, »nd Rich- »nl Wright, all serving «ent«nc«« rnnglnx from Ihrcc to five ye«M, Ailhur Jcnklni, serving three years for hotiMbreaklng W15 ,uu ,j jiu. erty. We the Women By Ruth Mlllrll NKA SUff H'fHrr A Wisconsin husbund recently sued lor divorce, claiming ttmt his wile dcmnmlrd 75 cents nn hour for tist. Church at 1:00 p.m. Y. W. A. program at First Baptist Church at 7:30 p.m. Thursday Kiwinils Club meeting HI the Elc- mcnlnry School nt 7:ob p.m. Friday Weslcyan Gullci of the Methodist Clmrcli meeting at the church ai 1:30 p.m. Royal Ambassadors of the Fhsl Baptist church mccllMf nl 7:00 p.m. housework. Tlial wife Jusl carried to Its logical conclusion a notion Ihni rjuiio 11 few wives have today — tlmt nny work thoy do irouiLcl a hoiisi: t invrt o! lliu riiiKe piulner- Illn bill a sprclnl avor lo Ihe 11115- liaml. Most or (hem tnlh Mlllelt lon ' dcmntui lourly vi'JiRcs, of course. Bui. they < o biins tin: point up In other ways, They inslsl on a niuld to do the housework, so they can be Irce to } lend a purely snclal existence. Or, I If a ninld is out of the question, I Ilicy work grudgingly, as though something luis been pushed oil un Idem Hull wnsivt their responsibility lit nil. Ov they clnmmrl constant prnbic for Ihelr work. I! Join) fiel.s up from Ihe livble without commcntlnR In- vnrivuty on his dinner, his wile .slnrls ItTllDK like n (nnrlyr. Mirrhinr DM It Whnt nil of HIMC women refuse to acknowledge IB Hint miirrlago ATTENTION SPORTSMEN: There will he a meeting of everyone Interested In introducing iihcasanl in I his county. FIIEE I'iclur* show on pheasants jjnd phcnsant hunting. Court house, Blytheville, Ark. Tuesday Night Feb. 10th. Little Girls' SPRING COATS Justin! tA rt *r t Fashions to Make Her Even Sweeter $12.95 to $16.95 ^mmmmm Let Us Help You select the most appropriate gift, for birthdays or stork ihowers! THE TOT SHOP Mrs. Maurice (Shirley) Sanders 110 South Kn-st SI- 1'lionc 2308 GRIFFIN SELF-POLISHING LIQUID WAX for quick and easy shines BLACK BROWN UN BLUE OXBLOOD inn],™ « womim * housewife, and that husbands have as much right lo expect them to hold down that Job as wives have to expect th«ir husbands lo pay the bills. K a woman refuses lo acknowledge that (act. 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