The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 11, 1948 · Page 4
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,f ?AGB TQVX (ARK.y OOURrEH XEWi N&wA Phont 4461 Miss Martha Ann Bunch Announces Wedding Plans Mis* M»rth» *Ann Bunch today »id« known pl«n» for her marriage to Louis Bailey Tarpley. The engagement was announced recently by her mother, Mrs- Starling Bunch. The ceremony will be solemnized Thursday afternoon, February 19, 1 o'clock, at the Yarbro Methodist, Church, with the Rev. Kay L. McLester pastor, officiating. Miss Bunch will be given In marriage by her brother, Russell Bunch. ^ A program of pre-nuptlal music -••ill be presented by Miss Ann Decn, pianist, and Miss Joanne TrleKh- mann, vocalist. Miss Bunch will have as her maid of honor, her sister, Miss Mary Alice Bunch and Miss Bctli- •1 Kenley will light the tapers. Bjlly Tarpley, o( Cotton Plant, Ark., t»ln brother of the bridegroom elect, will serve as be.st man. D. A, R. Are Honored At Hotel With Luncheon Mrs. C. R. Pcnn. Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs. W. A. Afthck were hostess yesterday when they fntertained members of the Charlc- noix Chapter of the Daughters ot the American Revolution with a luncheon at Hotel Noble. Following the luncheon, Mrs. James Hill Jr., regent, presided during the business meeting. The nominating committee pre- Mnted Ui e following names to the group, Mrs. Hill, regent; Mrs. George D. Pollock Jr.. vice-regent; Mrs. F. B. Joyner. recording secretary; Mrs. R. C. Rose, corresponding secretary; Miss Cordelia Wilhite, treasurer; Mrs. A. G. Little, historian; Mrs. C. F. Tucker, legLslrnr; Mrs. A. Conway, custodian; and Mrs. W. T. Oberst. librarian. Fred Riitherlord Jr. was given a membership in the sous of the Revolution by the Arkansas State Society of th« Sons of American Revolution, it was announced at the meeting. Also, Vivian Patterson, daughter of Mrs. S. S. Patterson, was appointed a Page for Hie Charlevobt Chapter at the State Conference, which is to be held in rori Smith the Utter purl ol March. Mrs. H. W. Wylie wan nude chairman of Iransporlatlon to the State Conference and the National Congress. Mrs. Tucker, who was in charge «f the program, chose as her subject, "National Naval Heroes". The main thought of her speech was. "The heart of the commander and not the number of his men or tlw weight ol his medals, it 1» what it to km to win a tea fight." Mr*. Cassidy Is Hostess To Demonstration Club Mrs: Maud' Cassid,y wa» hostess yesterday to members of Armornl Home Demonstration Club and tin new home demonstration agent. Miss Gertrude Bonds, at Hie Ar- inorel Hotel with a pot luck dinner. During the business meeting. Miss Bonds gave a talk on the planning of gardens and orjinlzing lewinj circles in the home. Mrs. W. L. Smith wa-s in charge »f the recreational program during which Miss Bonds and Miss Peggy Vinson won prives. Mrs. Briggs Is Hostess To Bridge Club, Guest Mrs. Dale s. Briggs was hostess • yesterday when she entertained Club and one guest, Mrs, Janies L- Brooks, at the Rustic Inn. In the bridge games played, Mrs. Russell Haynes Farr won high . score and Mrs. J. Mel! Brooks Jr second high. The bridge tallies and other decorations were used to carry out the Valentine theme. Re/rashmento wore served by th» ' hostess. Business Women's Circle Meets With Mrp. Powell Mr«. Lw Powell wa* hostess last night it her home to members ol Business Women's Circle of Calvary Baptist Church wllh Mrs. Cecil Mann, Mrs. Odin Taylor, Mrs. Bertie VaMbindcr and Miss Thclmn Cathey at gne/>U. Mrs. Bculah Lloyd was In charge of Ihe program on the subject of "Home Missions", and those participating on the program were, Mrs. J. D. Widner, Mrs. Henry Berry and Mrs, Lee Powell. Prayers were given by Mrs. Widner and Mrs. Berry. Tile hostess assisted by her niece, Miss Jo Anne Tedlock. served refreshments ot pie with hot coffee. Dessert Bridge Given By Mrs, Whittington Mrs, Ray Wliltllngton was hostess Monday when she entertained members of the O. E. O. Club and two guests, Mr.s. Howard Ue'Spllntcr of Annawan. 111., and Miss Mnrllm Jo Ross, wllh n dessert bridge. During the bridge games played, Miss Dorothy Jean lllgglnson won high score and Mrs. Dc'Spllntcr, brldgo. • « • Church Women to Observe "World Day Of Prayer" The United Council of Church Women will meet at si. Slcphen's Episcopal Church at 2 o'clock Friday afiorncon in observance of th2 World Day of Prayer. Subject of tile program will be "World at Prayer". Mrs. O. \V. Dlllnhillitj- it program chairman and Mrs. Willard Pea.ic will bo program leader. Mrs. Pea.w will be nssisterf by reprc.scnt- ativc-s from the First .Methodise Church, Lake Street Methodist CJmrcli, First Christian Church and St. Stephen's Episcopal. Jimmy Lowe, will present a Him from (he World Church Service on the title ol "Tlie Road We Walk", in connection with the program. OfteriiiRs taken will be given to various benevolent causes. Mrs. J. C. Ellis Sr., is president ol the council, Bits of News At The Hospitals Blylhevlllc HnsplUI Di.smf.sscd: M. H. Whattley. city. Billy Lynn, Cooler. Mo. Louise Mosby, city. Mrs, Charles Jarboe and baby, city. Mrs. Paul Lawrence and baby, city. Mrs. Shlrlev Snider, city. Mrs. cllnt Hensley. Slcele, Mo. Janicce Russell. Roseland. Wal,s Hospital Mrs, Orvljle Archer and baby, Stcele. Mrs. L. O. Goodman, Cnnitlicivs- vllle. Mo. Mrs. J. o. Kennedy, Lcachville. ANNOUNCEMENT The first of a series ol Lenten services will be held tonight at the First Lutheran Church, It svas announced today by the Rp.v. Robert Jaeger. The topic will be "Jesus In Tlie Upper Room". Missouri Peace Officers Get Realistic Training CARUTHEnSVJLLE, Ftb. 11 — Classes in burglary and auto accident investigations were held diu-- IIIR yc.stcrdny'.s session or the FBI law enforcement training school Mr, and Mis. A. D. Jaggers and children, Linda and Jimmy left to- dny /or Winslow, Ariz, wlicre they will be the guests of Mrs. J. W. Con Jr. and ftmlly for two weeks, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Moxley and family had as their guest lor the weekend, Father William B. Grantis, Mrs. C. J. Beshears, and Mrs. W. C. Dodge and daughter, Karen ot Memphis. Mrs. Charles L. Smith and son, Charles Stevens of Kennell, Mo. an- spending a few days »» guests ol her paienl-v Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dunaway and family. Mr. and Mrs. .Shelbournc Brewer returned yc.slerday from Sikc.slon, Mo. where they attended funeral .semur.s- Saturday for Mr. Brewer's brother. Paul Brewer. Mrs. Bill Harding. Mrs. T. I. Seay, Mrs. Russell Oaines and Mrs. Lu- Iher Gallics lelt today lor Memphis where Mrs, Harding will undergo treatment for several days. Mrs. Seay will remain In Memphis wllh her. Mr. and Mrs. Kd Wagner and daughter, Sue. ol Brlnkley. were the weekend RUI-SIS ol Mr. Wagner's brother. Frank Wagner, Mrs. Wagner and family. Mr. niul Mr*. W. T. Norton nrul daughter, Elizabeth Ann nf Towu- crcck, Ala., have moved to Blytheville where they will make their home. They formerly made their home here. Charles Hester Jr.. WHS dismissed from Wall Hospital where he underwent an emergency appendectomy a week ago. His condition is satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Berry Allen arc the parents of a daughter born tills morning al Walls Hospital. Their first child, she has been named Marian Louise. Mrs. Allen is the former Miss Patricia Child, daush- ler of Dr. and Mrs. Prod R. Child. Cadet David Moore was one of Ihe students at Castle Heights Military Academy, Lebanon. Tenn., to make the monthly honor roll for January. He Is the son of Mrs, N. M. Moore. Claude S. Cooper, who for the past two weeks has been ntlcncllng Superior Court In Fairficld, Calif., will return home this week. Danny Burnliam. .son ol Mr. and Mrs. Chesler Hurnham i.s ill al the Walls Hospital with pneumonia. Coming Events Social Calendar *««k«ra Sunday School-elm ol the rirst Methodist Church will havB a class Bible jtudy it th« church at 8:30 p.m. Club 28 will have iU rei-ular *upper danre at |),r Lrgion'Hut at 8 o'clock, Hosts ind hostesses for Ihc affair are, Mr. nnrl Mrs. R. A. Melson, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Caldwell and Mr. «nd Mrs. C. V. S«. bangfi. Jolly Eicht Club meeting at Hie home of Mrs. Albert Enderlin. Mrs. M. N. Nunn entertaining Octette Club members. Mrs. E. !t. Lancashire hostess to Thursday Contract Club mcmberi. Mrs. H. O. Partlow entertaining Club Eisht members. Mld-Week Club being enlerUIn- ed by Mrs. W. L. Horner. Seekers Sunday School School Class of Ihe First Methodist Church will have a social »t the church al 7 o'clock, Mrs. Gilbert Hammock hostess to Alpha Delia Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi at her home on 510 N. 13lh at 2:30 p.m. Friday United Council nt Church Women of lilytheville, will observe the World Day of Prayer at St. Stepli- ens Episcopal Oliurch nt 2:30 p.m. Subject of the prournm will be "Tlie World At Prayer", and a picture entitled "TliR Road We Walk', will be .shown In connection with the program. World Day of Prayer and cliil- clrcns services nt the First Mctlio- disl Church at 3:46 p.m. Mr. A. A. Hardy entertaining C. B C. club. i li-si. church at 7:00 p.m. | Y. w. A. program at First Bap- j (Lsl Church nt 7:30 p.m. i KiwanLs club mcetin- al the Elementary School at 7:00 p m • IVIilay Wcsleyan Guild of the Fir.it Methodist Chinch meeting at the church at 7:30 p.m. Hoyal Ambassadors of the First Baptist Church meeting at 7:00 p.m. Civic Calendar Thursday * Rotary Club -12:10 p.m. California Gold Rush Commemorative Stamps Placed on Sale Here I Postmaster Ross S. Stevens announced today, tiial the delayer! three-cent California Gold Centennial Commemorative stamps, honoring the 100th anniversary of the discovery of gold In California, had been received nt the post office ond placed on sale. This stamp is 0.84 by M4 Inches in dimensions, arranged horizontally, snri printed in purple. The central design of the .stamp Is a reproduction ot Sutler's Mill at Colomn. Arranged In six lines of dark Gothic lettering, in Hie upper aurt raids will be di.scii.ued during loriay's clashes. Osceola Events Wednesday Sumiay School Lesson, First Baptist Church at 7:00 p.m. Y. W. A. program at First Baptist Church at 1:30 p.m. Thursday Kiwaiils club meeting at the Elementary School nt 7:00 p.m. Frill 117 Wcsleyan Guild of the First Methodist Church meeting at the church nt 7:30 p.m. Royal Ambassador.'; of Ihe First Baptist Chinch meeting at 7-00 pm. Candidate Files Pledge LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. Feb. 11 (UPl —John E. Harris ot Fort Smith .today was the first Arkansas candidate for Congress to file his corrupt prat Ices pledge with Sec. of State left portion. Is "California Gold Centennial Slitter's Mill. Colma, I where James w. Marshall's rtiscov- ! ery started rush o[ Aagonauts." In I the upper right corner are a pick and shovel crossed on which is superimposed a prospector's pan bearing Hie denomination "3c" In dark Roman. Across the bottom renter on a white ribbon Is the wording "1848 U. S. Postage 1948 In dark Gothic. Only a limited supply Is available at present, Mr. Stevens reported. The 20 Southeast Mftxvniri peace officers present at yesterday's classes were given problems In hit and run driving and burglaries to work out which included a mock traffic, fatality in downtown Ca- ruthcrpville. Practice investigation problems Mrs. While. Entertains La Neuve Club, Guests Mrs. Hugh Whitsitl, Mrs. Russell Farr and Mrs. Harry N. Whitis were guests yesterday, with members of the La Neuve Club, when Mrs. Ben M. White entertained at her home on W. Walnut. Bui-ing the bridge games played, Mri. Melvjn Halicll won high score ana Miss Mary Adah Robinson second hij-i. The iioileis served refreshment of a cltisert course. Valentine Gift Suggestions Gift Certificates Exquisite Handkerchiefs Cologne Perfumes Sachets Heart Shaped Trinket Boxes Greeting Cards AB Gifts Beautifully Gift Wrapped Fr*« The Gift Shop 103 Eas? Main Street »ov Ofilcc Opens 6:30 Show Starts 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00: Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sal. ,t Sun. Bargain Mulil Every Mjhl l>ccpl X.ilurrtar No passes honored on Sutiu.ij al Rosy Theatre Last Time Today DOUHLE FKATURS Strange Love of Martha Ivers will! Barbara Stanwyck and Van Urflln Big Town After Dark with Fhllllp n ft t and Brooki Thtirsdsy & Frldav DOUBLE FEATURE" Black Beauty til hMon» Frepman » n iJ Richard Denning Because of Him with Deann. Ourbin and Fr»l>chol Tone ^ £9^ K/J £»f .^sS^^x $$/ £^gf^^ An «s*orlment for every Ust« A pack»g» for tv«ry occasion The PERFECT GIFT :HOCOLATES ROTHROCK DRUG STORE We the Women B; Ruth Mllleit NEA Staff Writer Women are forever belnj warned of the Importance: of building up a man'i ego, but it it juit »i Important for a man to keep up hi* wlfe'i ego if he wanU a happy home, So here tre a few pointers lor He member never to credit any other woman with both beauty and brains. That rare combination belongs only to the woman you mar- President It Host to M*mb»rt of Congress WASHINGTON, Feb. 11 (UP)- krol for nearly four hours today burn«d out th« three-fctory brick neid<ju»rt*r» building ot the V. S Navy* Submarine Fleet Command. Firemen from New London and Oroton assisted five Ngvy units In bringing the blaze under control in five degree* below zero weather. _WTOKBgPAT ( FEBRUARY 11,1941 President and Mrs. Truman were hosts to members ot Congress last night at a reception that wound "P the White House social season for the Winter. The reception had a strongly Democratic flavor because so many Republicans have left town to attend Lincoln Day ceremonies ro soorHf ITCH RASH OR «m* , SV lckl X^Pe'X »»'"lnf and rom . forllng GRAYS OINTMENT with its wholesome antiseptics and nature Bldmn medication. Nothing elt« like It—nothing so comforting—or Pleasant for externally caused skin trouble.. 35c. Get a pwkag* today, •nth In an all-out effort to make a hit wiih your dinner hostess, don't say ••! wish you'd teach Madge how to barbecue chicken." When she models a new dress for you, don't let your first comment be, "What's it going to set me back?" When she ha* spent the day making new draperies for the living room, don't dlsmhs the subject with a careless "Say, they look swell." Tell h<?r how much they improve the room, and how smart she is to have made them. Tli* Talking Man Talk to her when she Is In the mood lor talking. It's pretty deflating to a -.u.muM's ego u> have a husband who doesn'L think anything she h:i.s to say is as intcr- e.stliifi as the evening paper. Let her be a clinging vine occasionally. Women need to be mad* to leel tliui i here Is someone thy can lean on in bad moments, the \v;ty men iu-ed to be marie to feel they are capable of meeting any emergency. Fire Destroys Navy's Sub Base Headquarters NEW LONDON. Conn.. 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