The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 4, 1947 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 4, 1947
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PAGEFOUB BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER' KKWS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBKK 3, 3947 Emily Wixson, Society Editor •hone 41(51 Puj-of-town Visitors bored With Parties To Live in Guam a ' ? The social calendar is highlighted |thisiweek with parties being given : for Mrs. Joe >A. Orr of College 3ta- 'Uon; Tex . hotiseaucst of Mr. and Jwrsrc. M. Smart, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smart of Richmond, Va. feuest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Ferguson. i Tn.ey' sn'arEd honors with Ihor JiusSands Tuesday night when Mr. :and^Mrs. Sinarl and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd stickmon entertained with 'p. dinner, and bridle party at the Smart home on walnut Street, Mrs. Ferguson was hostess with an iti- iformal party Tuesday morning in fcomplimciH to Mrs. Smart and Mrs. O. M. Smart and Mrs. Stickmon were Hostesses yesterday morning with n inlormal party for Mrs. Orr. At, the dinner party Tuesday niglit \he guests were seated at small tables centered with miniature bou- ctuets o'f rc'ses 'and ihe diniicr l£b!^ was centered with an antique haiid- P..IHCU rmna uowi Inlcd with mixer, 1 lowers. ' ; In (he bridge games Mrs. Jesse Taylor won high among the women j:na Mr. Orr v.on Inch lor the men. Mrj. Smart and Mrs. Orr were p.esmtcd ai'*s from the hosts and hostetses. ; Wh'en Mrs. Ferguson entertained Tuesday moim'UK. bcr holne on Chickasanbi Avenue wns Ijcouli- lully •• decorated with bouquets of roses." ; Shi served relrcslitnents of party ioods.and ired.drlnks. , Garden flowers were,- arrayed tbroiighcut entertaining rooms of the Spiart hoiiiq at yesterday altcr- iioou's party. !, ( •: A=sprted partj- foods "and col<l drn>kc were served by the hostesses. Two-Year-Old Honored With Birthday Party Lois E.bertena Shalley cnlercd her second year yesterday and to celebrate the occasion her mother, Mrs. Bonnie Shalley, gave a birth- j day porty at her home at 323 East Missouri Etrccl. Guests were 21 members of "Tot- villc," who played games and. were served refreshments oi i'.'c cream and birthday cake. A highlight of the afternoon was a song dedicated to Lots on a birthday program over radio station KLCN. Photographs were made during the afternoon. Bits of News Mrs Rol,?rt L, Holt and so: Robert Gary, will arrive in Guam this wcpk to join Lieutenant Holt, who is stationed there. Mrs. Holt is the former Miss Virginia Cook, I Shower Parly Given D Three Hostesses daughter of Mr. and C:>ok. Thry sailed W. G. Ha from Oakland. Calif. Mrs. M. K. Mrs. ICarlene Mallicny was complimented yesterday afternoon at surprise shower given by Mrs. O. D. lluf- Mrs, L. L. Hoyd returned tins morning to her home in Drew, Miss., • after accompanying her daughter. Miss Belte Boyd. here Miss Uoyd will again teach In the' language department at Blythcvljlc High School. M. R. Griffin is ill at the Baptist Hospital in Memphis. Miss Hetty Jean Goff, daughter o! iV|". and Mrs. S. Goff, has gone lo Memphis to attend Miller and Ifau-khiK Business College. She was motored there by her brother. Shower Party-is Given For Xathryn Cleveland ; The first of a series of parties planned for Miss Kathryn Cleveland, .bride-elect oi L'oyd Porter, was given Tuesday night by Miss Hope Whitvvortli. me lingeries shower was given at the Whitworth home on West Keii- Uicky. Street nnd jjucsts were la of Miss Cleveland's most intimate friends; her mother. Mrs. J. M. Cleveland, and Mr, Porters mother, Mrs. De\vey Porter. Mixed bouquets carried out a pink and while color .scheme. A ccrsiisc presented to the guest of honor by her hostess was also in those colors, i In an unusual bridal game the priz; went to Mrs. Coleman Threel ' ol Steelc. Mo. 'Refreshments of ice cream and L-cd cftkes inscribed with 'Kay and Lloyd" were served. Hay-rude, Picrac Given By Three Teen-age Girls A liny-ride given last night by Ihres. teen-age girls was also a surprise birthday party. Ior Faye Terrell of Jonesboro, formerly of BlytlicvDe. Hostesses for the "affair "r'ere Mary J) Elton, Beverly Alley ^nd Sullivan. • .The.' guest of iiouor,' who , came over, with her parents! Mr. and Mrs. J. L r Terrell, observed her 'Hth birthday. The' group had a -picnic on tbc Missi>s!ppi River bank al Barfield and afterward went into Missouri on their hay-ride. Chaperoncs were Dr. Ldna Nics Hostess at Circle Pvoyrim Meet Indians and Iheir religion uerc discussed by members of the Business women's Circle of First Hnp- lis-'t Church at a mcetins- Tuesday ninhl with Dr. Edna Nles. Miss Pearl Lee, president, was in charge of the business .session i ami also led the program on "Amc- I riean Indians." Miss Delia Purlle i discussed "American Indians and I Their Keligion" and Mrs. Wade ' spoke on "Indians as Baptist and i N'cvvs ol It^diatis." Miss Lco'.s topic j was "American Christians." A feature o[ the program was a brief discussion by Dr. Nles, who told of tlie Indians she had seen on a recent trip to Canada. She described their homes and told of a rodeo at Sheridan, Wyo.. In whica various tribes participated. After the meeting was concluded wilb prayer, the hostess served re-. freshments. I'reston Goff, and family, who liavo returned home. Mrs. Charles Rose and Mrs. W. H. Mlnyard of Blytheville and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur KtcHyall of Jackson, Tenn., are on a throe-weeks tour of Western Canudii nnd California. 'I hey plan to visit Lake Louii-j and San Francisco and numerous other points of interest before returnin<; home. .!. C. Ferguson, son of Mr. nml Mrs. Jack Ferguson, has gone to . i Jonesboro. where he will attend Ar- I kmisus Slate College. Miss l-'lorence Needham, daugh- rcfi-cslnucnts of topped cookies with i ! cr " f . Mr ' i " ltl M™- Martin Need- iced drinks were served. '".'"'• " !ls >"""' lo »°"<=loi'. Texas. on "the' 'ship R»S'»«>nfl Max'.vell. Mrs. iinn AH,, •>} fhigtcn and Mrs. Harold Jones AU(,. 11 le IM ,,,. W(>1 | ]10] ,, C Games were played and afterward, I PTA Chairman Named Today iAt Osceolq CKCFCI.A, Kepi. 4 — When the (XH-utive board of UK- O.sceola Parent-Teacher A=so;ialion met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. c. W. Watson, president, names of officers, wlio were previously installed, and chairmen for Hie year were announced. Officer.i serving during the 134741 term will 1)3 Mrs. Watson; Mrs.' Ocdtrcy WhHa, via; president; Mrs. Hrucu Colbert, .sccrslary; and Mrs. E. L 'f allilerro, treasurer. Cii.'iirmen will be Mrs. D. E, Moore find Mrs, Jctlie Driver, pro- Ki-nni; Mis. Bryant Ilcndon, membership; Mrs. Emmitt Dunn, magazine; Mrs. Wclhy Yovinjj, hospitality; Mrs. I.. W. Foster, health and prc- s-.'hool; A, A, Adams, safely; Mrs. W. a. Mann, publicity; Mrs Jim Henry, music; Mrs. .Steve Ralph nnd tiie Rev. L, T. Lawrence, bucl- Kfl and linlnue, and (lie Rev. Mr. l.avvrciifjc and Miss Mai'Bticnte Reid, study Patrons appointed to hel;> with tlie school, '.votkshop program were Mrs. E. [1. B.irns. Mrs. Hendon, Mrs. Mann. Mrs. P. O. CUvyn, Mrs. Roland IJootli'.- nnd Mrs. Colbert. The lirst mi-elm-; of the Assacia- liion will bo held Tuesday night, ' Irepi.. 1(3. lor motlicjs and lathers, I-'altcnvini; a brief prn-'ram. a re- Paul Pryors Hiitertain Employees With Fish hy i Mr. and Mrs. Paul Piyor enter- I tainod last mala as, their home on I Chk'kiisanba Avenue with a fish fry complimenting (lie J. C. Pen- my Co.. employees i;nd their guests. Out-of-town guests were Dr. and where she will make her home with "'PHon «'"' be Hiven in iionor ol her sister. Mrs. Krcd Hargis. aiu i. "«' "ew teachers. Mr. llai'Bi.s. Hhc will be a senior in '. the high school there. I At The Hn<niral« Mrs. P. N. Uittrcll. fonnerly of " C nOS P lral » Blythoville and now of Covingiun,' lil.VTHEVH I E Tenn., has returned to her home • Admitted alter visitim; two weeks with her Willard Evans, city UOSi'lTAL Mrs. N. A. Slane j SL. Louis, Mo. ' daughter ol son. Maurice Lullrell and Mrs. I.ul- trcll and family here. She icccntlv returned from a trip to the Easl I Coast, where she spent two months, I coming by plane from Norfolk, Va. i Blythevi.le men were in Jonesboro last night to attend a ban- cniet given bv tl)-- 1 Standard Oil Company at Hotel Noble included Charles .Phillips, Grover Ashley, Joe .Cookston. Bill Gentry, Leonard Johnson and Dan Jones. | New leen-agei's Club i Entertained at Party liiima 2cller was hostess yesterday to a group of the teen-age set who have formed a new club named the Plca-surc Club. During the business session plans i lour were discussed for a wiener roast I s c t on Sept. 12 at the home of Nancy I IVT \ rvAM/r' 11 shivciy. jrlA UANLL to Honor In the bunco games Nancy Shivc- DLIC p I pi ly won high. Nancy Jennings low. . DnJ riesnmail V_Iass Mrs. Woolen Hostess Mrs. B. W. Woolen v.-as hostess this week at I,he regular meeting of the Business Women's Circle Eight ol First Bapllst Church. In addition to the eight members who were present were four visitors, Mrs. Walter Bishop, Mrs. Alvin Lane. Mrs. R. W. Woolen and „.., Miss Betty Woolen. Prayers were! home from Indianapolis, Ind. H» led by Mrs. John Buchanan. Mrs. I was accompanied by his younger W. J. Rodgers and Mrs. 1. R. Van- brother. Cecil, who will visit the Roy Patten nnd dnrini; a brief business i Parks family and unoUior brother, session, plans were made for the R. p. Parks, and family, season of prayer for state missions, j Mr. and Mrs. Floyd HaralSQii were Mrs. W. P. King had charge of J in Marion yesterday for the wed- the program presented on "Amcri-' ding o! Mjfs Margaret Stockley of can Indians", and Mrs. 13. W. Woolen led the/closing prayer. The mccing was held in the yard E. H. Ford has returned from a visit in Little Rock. Roy Parks of Memphis was the guest of his mother, Mrs. C. K. Parks, and family, here for a brief time white en route, "oacit to his ( - of the Woolen home and reffc-sh- } monks were served during a social Mr. and Mrs. Co.^dy E.-UOII and and ifrs. Terrell. Mr. ly won mgli. Nancy Jennings and Alice Priest, bunco. I The hostess served n salad '-plate and iced drinks. Chicken Dinner Honors MYF Intermediate Boy s Boys o! the Intermediate Department, of First Methodist Church were lar.L night when the girls of the department complimented them with a chicken dinner in the social rooms nf the church. Giiesls \vere seated at small tables centered with bouquets of garden flowers. The gold and blue colors of the MYF was carried out iu decorations. Following the dinner, games and group singing were enjoyed by the 1 33 guests under the direction of Betty Aincy and Robert Crallon. The weekly, P. T...A, U.incc .11 the ' Marion to Noel Gregory of Augusta. Going to Memphis la-st night for-. BAPTIST the Sigma Chi fraternity rush parly'''Dismissed; W. Ed Slcwaii. city. .Mrs. Mac MrCiirly. Manila. Mrs. William Hyatt, Manila. .Scotty Lee [lose, cily. Dismissed: lieity Johnston. Ucll. Pc-sgy Sue Johnston, ucll. Willis Ted Johnston, Ucll Births: Born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred McGregor, city, a -son yesterday. Horn lo Mr. mid Mrs. Terry Man- r.on. city, a daughter yeslerday WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mis. King Gadsbcny. city. Kenneth Alfred, Reiser .1. W. .VJJraar.. city. Delano McMillin. Rt. 1. city. Mrs. F. A. Dorris. Rt,. 1, city Robert Charles McGec, Ltixora. Mrs. R. p;. Walton. Yarbro. Fred CaHhvell. Jonesboro. METirODDIST HOSPITAL Memphis liismisscd: Miss Arden Ferguson, city. HOSPITAL. Memphis Club Women to Visit Hospital for Children LITTLE ROCK, Ark, Sept. 4. — Members of the Arkansts Council of Home Demonstration clubs will be guesls Sept. 17 at a tea given by the Arkaivsas Children's Home & Hospital staff at the Institution. The tea will follow the close ci the -annual two day meeting of the home demonstration clubs during which members will hear talks on rural health problems as wefl as household management and Die latest good preservation methods. According to Mrs. Clyde Taylor, Tcxarkana, president of the council, Miss Ruth Beall, superintendent of the Arkansas Children's Home A Hospital, will lead the assembly in discussion of health education during the afternoon session on Sept. 16th. Wilson News R. E. L. Wilson, of Wilson, is resting at his home today after breaking his hip in Colorado while on vacation. H c was taken to Mem- Phis in a private pianc following the accident and was dismissed from the Methodist Hospital theie yesterday. Malcolm Williams. Luxora. Mis. T. M. Towles. Manila. at Hotel Peabody were Miss Carolyn Wade and Dan Caldivcli; Miss Biliic Louise G.iines with Bill Williams; Miss Marilyn Dccn and Ben .Lancashire; Miss Mary Ann Purks and ; Stanley Hood; Miss Mary MDrgan j Mr. and .Mis. J. A. Craiy attended and P. D. Foster. i a family reunion Sunday in Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry and ton. Miss. Etowah News lamily had as their euste, yesterday j v Mr. .. Legion Hut will' Ue; given lomorrott- night In special complimnn'. to this years' Blytheville High School I J. Pearson of Detroit. Mirlv freshman class, it \\MS aiTnouncerl ! Mr. and Mis. Or\ill Shaneyfelt today by Mrs. J. G. Tricscimuiltn. I left Tuesday for Tishomingo. Okla., Mrs. Hoy Wood and !icr brother an<l ncrhcw;fEdwin 7 A. J daugliler. Sharon, 'of Memphis Isaacs of Flint, Mich., and Sidney jfpeni.the weekend with Mrs. Wood's The college student, 1 ; are also in- where vitcd to attend. WMU Meeting is Held he-will attend Tishomin^o Junior College. Mrs. Walter Cox Jr.,'and children left yesterday to return lo Winsiow, Ar:z., to make their home. Tho'y have been visiting in Blytbevill-j with friends and relatives and in ' ley Jr.. Csccola with Mr. and Mrs. Waller I ~; ; parents. Mi. and Mrs. J. M. Bntck- clt. Miss Imoscne Moody of Bales- villc spent Sunday with iy,iss Mary Louis Ashley. They were^. fonuei rocinniiite.s at Hendrix, tioinvay. Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Ashley Sr. and children, Frances Louise and Ivan, and Mr. and Mrs. V. J. A:,h- Rpcut the. nasi week at Circles One and Two of the Woman's Missionary Union met Monday afternoon at. "the Calvary Baptist i ^f^Ul^Lm.^:^™".'..'. "liCox, S... sin re Mr. Cox was fatally Church for a business meeting and [ 1 '-ijured in a plane crash at Winsiow Royal Service program. |lhc devotional and olhors partici-1 -Mr. and .Mrs. Robert Purvis and A new member present was Mrs. i paling were Mrs. Jack Altaway/'Mr. ami Mrs. T. K. c-.vriuvay and Don Aycock. j Mrs. Carra Prulll, Mrs. A. o. Priest infnn! .son. Michael, and John Wilks The program, led by Mrs. B. L. j and Mrs. Mabel Liiiisforri. Mrs. s. "have returned lioiiij from a vaca- Vaslbinder. followed the business ; D. McGce and Mrs. riclkmip gave' lion .spent with relatives at New meeting. Mrs. Ionise Belknap gave i prayers. I Hebron. M KINBERG'S ! A good crcpc $14.95 KKKSH CAI,I1'X)I{NIA 8 oz. Duck "• s - Na ' POTATOES ,„,„ ! PICK j 53! SACKS I Monorch • Vegetable 2 cans 2Sc ICKHI'.KG UKADS LETTUCE , important in cecry .".. a versatile taynn crer« ti-ilh button-on detachable cuffs and labs. Sophiilica(f>f, y<t simple in fh« wu> long v fcnjth ... block otilij ... t , .sizes 9 to ISf (JMall Orders billed) We also have a complete selection of Maternity Dresses in other styles CAUFOKNIA SUNKIiST CRAWGES , 5;i 38' No. 2 Can 1 A. 2 for 25c Stripped Sugar Cured BACON Ib. 55c Pure and Fresh i GROUND | BEEF • 1 Il_ O f\ : Ib. 39c No. 2 can lOc LITTLE SUPER Air Base HONEY $1.53 CITY SUPER MKT 109 W, Main St. Phone 2668 DELIVER ' No. 2 can 2 for 25c Livestock Marriage Licenses Marriage licenses were issued ncre recently to the following cwplc.s: Peier James Lauman of New Orleans ana Miss Maud Marie Mo- dingci- of Blylhevirtc; Curmon Hodge of Leachville and Mis-s Grace Bowman of Flint, Mich.; Hollis Ashmore and Miss Arlene Flatt, both of Blytheville; ohothel Du- lancy of Fulton, Miss.; and Miss Lois Marr of Blylhevlllc. Herbert Gene Uhlc.s and Miss Myra Dean Langley, both of Lcach- vlllc; Albert Coleman and Miss Nancy Dunliam, both of Murphysboro, 111,; Bleferd Nceley of Holland, Mo., and '.Viiss IJoll Earl of Tyler. Mo., Joe Roark and Miss Virginia Luinley, both of Luxor a; Cnesley Copcland and Miss Margaret White, both of Blytheville; Joseph A. Stew art and Miss Lula B. Williams, both of Manila; G. W. Durham and Miss Wilma Faye Decker, both of Manila. Harry Shembarger and Miss Mary Wright, both of Benton Harbor, Mich.; Stanley W. Hart of St. Louis and Miss Margaret Mullen of Chicago, 111.; Lee Spencer Jr.. and Miss June Earl LcNear, both of Blytheville. Boyd Moody and Miss Vashti Van Bibber, both of Blylheville; Theodore Wuhl and Miss Ethelena Owens, both of Bly- ST. t.ODIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, III., Sept. -1. (UP) — (USDA) Livestocks: Hogs 7,000; salable fi.SOO; mostly 2rjc higher than Wednesday's average on all weights barrows and gilts. Spots 50c or more higher on sows. Bulk 180 to 250 Ibs. 28-28.25; top and prevailing price 28.25; several loads '250-2'TO Ibs. 'i'l.'lf>-28'. load ICO Ibs. 23; good and choice IfiO-no Ibs. JS.50-2.7.15: 130-150 Ibs. 24-26: 100120 Ibs. 21-23; bulk sows •ISO Ibs. down 21-75-23.75; occasional lots 24 and 24.25. Cattle 5.500; salable 3.SOO: calves 1,400. all salable; market opened i generally steady, but trade in cows, lacking in aggressiveness of Wed- j nesday. Low and average choice, yearling type steers 30-31; several, lots medium to good steers 24-26: op goodd light weights 28.50; yood | eifers and mixed yearlings 25-27; i ledinm largely 16-23; a few good; ows 17-50-18; common and me- ium 13.50-16.50; canners and cul-1 ers 11-13. , "WEAK NERVOUS cranky'every month'? Are you troubled by distress of IciniUe functloimi perhxtic disturbances? Does this make you feel so tired, lilgh-stnmg. neruoits —at such tltucs? Then no try Ly-llft E. rinfc- nam a vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms! Plnkhflm's Compound is mndc especially lor women. It n Lso h as what Doc t o rs ca 11 a stomachic tonic effect! Any drugstore. s LYDIft t PINKHAM'S •Rear. Courier News Want Ads Hardy. Miss Beth Neal spent the past cw clays In Houston. Miss. Shipment of Bassinettes Just Arrived! TOT SHOP 110 So. 2nd St. Phone 2308 Fowlston School of Music Piano -- Organ — Voice Theory Harmony Kythm Classes for 1'rc-Schnol Children AH Registrations Must He In [iefore Sept. 10th Teachers Accredited by Arkansas State Teachers Association 809 Chickasuwbu Phone 201!) 12.95 Queen Alako Drcss-Of-'I'lie Month for Women Kciiturvfl in Scplcnihcr (Jotxl lloiisckcrpin^ Thorouijlilircd classic—;is only QUKHN MAKE can do it! Hut ton flaps over make-believe pockets . • . poised notched collar . . . to-your-wrist sleeves! Dc~ liflhtfully tailored to please you day-lonjr, year- 'roiuul. Of Tegra* rayon in beige, forest green, toast, wine. Sixes 10-44. *Kcg. U. S. Pal. Off. the NEW YORK STORE hcvillc; and Everett Peterson and \liss Betty jane Smilh, both of Blythevllle. Coming Events FRIDAY Miss Virginia Williams will cn- crtain with n luncheon at Hotel Are You Afflicted? Then li e ;i r Theodore Fitch ul lhc (Jiitcway T;ili- ernacle, Howard Slreel. I'ridc Addition. Friday, Saturday and Sunday Nights at 8 o'clock E:icler Pitch has the Gift of Faith. He prnys for the sick and the Lord heals them in a miraculous manner. Come and tell others who are suffering to come. Women's Fine Alterations Mrs. Charles Van Dine VOGUE SHOP 2014 West Main SI. Phone 2<H) Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opena 1 -.45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:15 p.m 1:30 pm, Thursday and Friday Selected Short Subjects ntinuous Sho%ving Kvcij'dny Boi Office Opens at 7:08 |j T»Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Opens Sunday 1:00; SU.-ti t:lX Continnons Khnws Sal. an.I Snn. Bargain Niglit Ever? Night Except Saturday No passes honored on Sandaj M the Koxy, Tluasday l<"i-id;iv Kclcc(nl Shorts

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