The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 6, 1947 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 6, 1947
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER .NEWS Emily Wixsmt, Society Editor I'hone 4461 SO County PTA Officers Attend One-Day Training School ' ' ' i Officers of Mississippi County* Associations •t-| T»TOJ^- AC»t.UCl fV>OVM;U*l4Vll& , «l- n * nl Kg | ^leaded an annual one-day school'Conference rlans Made At MFY Council Meeting tare jiattentaj at First Presbyte- 'rtan Church : . i a<J<Htlon to the SO officers rep- Bljthtvllle PTA organi- and those at Osceola, Wil- Etowah, Shawnee School at JoirMjr, Dyess, Manila, JJell, Burdetle and Leachville, were ttiree officers from Leptnto in Crit- tecden Count) , . "" . • Mrs Jesse M White, district chairman, who presided, spoke briefly, during- the morning session to remind 'presidents of their respon- sibUjtiefi and to stress thc Import- 'fence of chairmen and their duties before •disclosing the "tools" PTA Iwork. for Miss Jo Ann Trtachmann was hostess to members of the council of the Methodist Youth fellowship and their adult advisors at a meeting last night at the Trleschmann home on Walnut Street. . During the session plans for I he delegates, going to the Cleveland Conference and chll-1 welfare In Blythevillc wire discussed. It was decided that th* young. people would have an "MYP Drug Store" on the church lawn Sept. if. "' Following the business, meeting the hostess served refreshment of iced drints and party foods. • • • ' College Girls Honored At Morning Bridge Party CSCEOI.A. Sept. 6.— One of- the weefc'.s Interesting social events morning bridge party at John W. Kdrlpgton to eight, guests, in The. .Rev. Harvey T. Kidd. church ipisiOT,,. gave the invocation and firs. L. E, Baker, city PTA Council 'chairman, gave a welcome address. In the afternoon, stunt and action songs were presented and Mrs. gave the "10 commandments PTA : workers" and material lor T\ Tort was displayed. 'A luncheon, given by Blythevillc "TAs, was served at noon at tables tfectively decorated with white cle- lall? and bowls of Summer (lowers. _,;;Among the guests were Philip J. Peer supervisor of Mississippi Bounty schools Miss Winnie Virgil ner. .supervisor of city elemen- schobls; Miss Rosa M. Hardy, nclpal of Blytheville High School; y Fry principal, and Miss •ry Hubler assistant principal, of dbury School; Mrs. E. E. Hnrdin, ad teacher at Lange School and . „ fcs Sunshine *wift. head teacher I ». IV f \r ^i' it-central school . . • 'At Uinner tor Visitors Pyess PTA delegates invited the - , ariiiations to meet with them at j Mrs - George Grebb entertajned next" County Council session. 'with a; dinner party last night'at was which Mrs. was hostess honor of Miss Evelyn Jean- Pigjt, who will enter Unwood College, St. Charles, Mo., and Miss ; Betsy Covington, who. will enter 'Vander bill University. Nashville,- 'thli Fall. ; '•'•,.'' A prolusion of summer flowers decorated the home- .for. the occasion. i A three-course luncheon was served after the .bridge games. • - •-•••• : Mrs. .Grebb Entertains Mrs. Nailling Hostess With Bridge Club Party OSCEOLA, Sept. 6.—Two tables of bridge club members and two other guests, Mrs. Roy Cauley of New Orleans, houseguest of her mother, Mrs. W. .T. Ramsey, and Mrs. Mary Clay Hughey. were guests when Mrs. Robert L. Nailling entertained with a. dessert, bridge at her home on St. John's Street. Mrs. Palmer Stanton won high score prize and Mrs. Hughey held second high In the evening games Bouquets of gladioli and clematis formed an attractive setting for the event. Mrs. Henry Hostess To Glee Club Officers Mrs. Wilson Henry was hostess to officers of Blytheville High School Glee Club at u. call meeting Thursday afternoon at her home. Dick Greenwell, president, conducted the meeting, during which plans for Improvement of the Glee Cluh wee discussed. Officers present other than Dick were Blllle Jane Rodgers, vice president; Mary Prances Galnes, secretary; • Prenlls Jernlganl treasurer; and Betty Ann Harbor, librarian. Mrs. Henry, assisted by Gay Garrigan, served refreshments of Iced drinks and cookies. SATURDAY, SKI'TEMBEK 0, 1947 Bits of News A 35-pound wolverine can force n 1000-pound grizzly bear off the trail. C8C Club Entertained By Mrs. 0. 0 Elkins O Elkins was hostess afternoon to members her home ot> Chlckaxawba Avenue Mr. and Mr*,' A. Eft. of Los Angeles,-house- Mrs O yesterday of the CBC- club and another guest,-Mrs,-J. J. Cookston. Mrs Elkins held high score, second »cnt to Mrs A. A. Hardy nhd rooko • to Mrs. Lendcnnie Fowler. Cut. flowers decorated the Elkins iiornc.arKl a salart course was served. Mrs A A Hardy was hostess with.'another party for the same group, when Mrs. Ross Moore also was a purst Mrs R, A. Co|5cland Hon thc high score prize, while second went to Mrs. Elkins and rooko lo.;Mrs. Hardy. Betty Ross Honored With Afternoon Party x .CSCEOLA, Sept. 6.—Miss Betty Jean ' 'Moore was hosless to 22 members' of' the younger group from 4 30 to 6 o'clock yesterday afternoon when she entertained in compliment to Miss Betty Ross bride elect Gifts were presented in an un- &?&?3s***x?#gs*fi r a slfrlliig salt and pepper set by, I n ' -'f^' '•'• her hostess : : Joan rreefnah (jives to^ e with % a i^ai?a bn gcment ce of Hayride, Wciner Roast 'i pkard> gladioli m a 'crystal bowl I ',•''" s^.' •""•''." " ' '• £ t,pe,s burned in crystal hold-1 ^ ,«H ^^ "' Miss Ross wore a .brown faille suit with machlng-^accessories. T^ie "hosiers served : -"a" "supper Bjride-«lect Honored fy Virginia Williams Miss>Vlrglpla Wlillams enter- 'er<Ja> with.a luncheon elect iqary isuc Berryman wedding to Alvin Howard I Graham of steele and Caruthersville Mo will be solemnized Sun- oaj afternoon at First Methodist. Church ,, Cen !S. mg l ! le tablc at which thc! 11 gu«e(s were seated was a two-' tiered wedding cake .topped with 1 miniature^ llgurcs of a bride and j bridegroQm., place cards were in ' Bieen - and white and lhc snlnd serTed for-,the three-course luncheon ako< carried but Ihat cool color scheme. • ; A corsage of .while carnations jas presented to the guest of honor oy her hj^teis; ' •'. ^Guests, included .Mi&s Berr.vman's mother. *trs. R. A. .Berryman. Mrs. U.- W. MtilMnsrslster of thc brtde- Erpom-eletl,- Mrs. Sam Williams. UTehostess' mother, and Mrs. Lynn **"""• or Caruthersvillc, Mo. Cominf Events : SUNDAY Mrs. Mary Sue Berryman will bo- come the bride of Howard Alvln Graham of Steel c and Cnruthers- vllle, Mo., in a ceremony at 5 o'clock In' the ullernoori at-. First Methodist Church! • , , MONDAY A reception in compliment to the former Miss Patricia Glazner of Hot Springs/bride of William H. Stovall of Blythevillc, will be given at the Woman's Club, 7:30 o'clock, by Mrs. J. G. Barnes. Woman's Council of First Cluis- tian Church will have group meet- Ings. Faith Group meeting with Mrs. James Terry; H6p« Group wi«i Mrs. L. L. Ward Sr:, and Love Group with Mrs. John C. McHaney. The Love Group will be hostess after meeting.'; lo other -groups at McHaney home. Miss Katliryn Cleveland -will be .wed to Uoyd Porter In a ceremony at 10 o'clock in lh c morning at First Baptist Church.' Woman's Missionary Society ^of .First Baptist Church meeting in circle groups. Circle One,' Mrs. S. P •Lee; circle Two. Mrs. C. M. Smart; Circle .Three, Mrs. Harry Fritzius; Circle Four: Mrs. Shelbournc Brewer; Circle Five. Mrs. Robert Grimes and Circle. Six. Mrs. C. S. Lemons. ding march. :• .. ; • .- . , •' •*• Woman's Auxiliary of First Pres- In thc dining room, the ta'ble byterlan CJhurch meeting In circle was overlaid with' a lace clbth groups. Circl e One,- Mrs. Aubrey and was centered by a 'minlatira Conway; circle Two,Mrs. Harvey bridal cake iced In white and bliic. I T - Kidd; Circle Three, Mrs. T. J. which, was served with : Iced drinks. I Mahan, all in the afternoon. Cir r The arrangements of mixed sum- c ' e Four »1H meet with Mrs. J L '- ' ' ' ' '- Thompson. 8 p.m. and the Business Women's Circle meeting with Mrs W. C. Leggett, 8 p.m. • Woman's Missionary Union of Calvary Baptist' Church meeting in circle grbiips. circle One will meet with Mrs. John Holmes and Circle Two with Mrs. Jack Attaway. TUESDAY Mrs. Paul Jobc hostess to Club Eight members. Mrs. Dale Shatter Brlggs will entertain .Trl-Town. Club. WEDNESDAY Junjor Royal Association of First Baptist Church meeting at, the church, 3:30 p.m. THURSDAY . Mrs. Clco Wren hostess lo Jolh Eight Club. honoring Lawrence guest of Mrs. Bcr'tlc 'H^awks kn'd family. '••-,.'. Thc dining table was overlaid with a lace cloth and centered with a honeycomb vase 'of rose buds. • : . ' ; The home was beautifully decorated .with bouquets' of summer flowers. . . ' . .. ' . ' -• * ,'•''•• ' ' Shower Party Honors Miss Kathryn Cleveland Miss Elojse Barnes . and Mrs. Utho Barnes wen; hostesses Inii, night nt the T. J: Burnes home, with an unusually pretty ', shower party complimenting' Miss. Kathryu. Cleveland, bride-elect of Lloyd Porter. ,. :. ;...; "•'• •' -.•'..',. : '• • Sandra Daugherty and Victor Ray Stilwell ^tere drewed as miniature , bride and bridegroom and the gilts were brought In by them on the train of her gown as Miss Rosann: Cleveland played a wed* Mrs. G. W. Dlllahunty, Mrs George Dlllahunty, and Adam Taylor were In Memphis yesterday to consult Adam's physician. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hall and children are spending the weekend In Palmer, Mo., with Mr. Hall's molh- er, Mrs. Rose Hall. Condition 01 MS-S. Roy Nelson, who underwent an operation at the Walls Hospital Tuesday, is satisfactory. Mrs. Leila Davis of Hipley, Tenn arrived this afternoon to spend a week with her daughter, Mrs. Bertie Hawks and family. The daughter borii to Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Bradley of the Veteran's Housing Quarters Thursday morning at Walls Haspltal has been named Kathleen Joan for her mother. Condition of Max Parks, who Is undergoing treatment at the Baptist Hospital In Memphis, is Improved. Tech. Sergt. and Mrs, George- Sites and their son, George, oi Lawton, Okla,, will arrive tomorrow morning to be the guests of licr parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Hood and family. They will be motored here by Mr. Hood and sun, Jack, who have been guests of the Siteses for a few days. Sergeant 1 Sites will remain here for 10 days and Mrs. sites and son will be-in 1 Blytheville for a month. { Gerald Blomeycr is a patient at the Methodist Hospital in Memphis after undergoing ah appendectomy there earlier this week He was in Starkville. Miss., where! he wll) be a student at Mississippi State College, when he suffered the! attack of appendicitis. At The HoipiUb KLYTHEVILLK HOSl'ITAL Admitted: Mrs. T. 13. linker, city. W. II. Northern, Jltc. 1, city. Pretty Stalks I Prances Holt, lUe. 1, city. Jerry Massey, Mniilln. Clarence Moore, Htc. 2, cily. Mrs. Perry Mannon and baby, city. Jimmy Smith, Rtc. 1, city. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. John Smith, clly. M. J. Crum, Rlc. 3, city. Mrs. Sam Johns, city. ' Mrs. Thelma Morgiin, city. Mrs. Billy Kesler, Manila. BAPTIST HOSPITAL, Memphis Dismissed: Mildred Hnynes, city. METHODIST HOSPITAL, Memphis Dismissed: Kuthnrfnc Williams, cily. a-hayridc and welner roast at the" Mississippi River. •' . , " ' . . „ •'. • • -. ; ; Chaperones .. were -.. her. father Louis Freeman, her sister, Miss |, Jtmmic Frances clcmons, and joe Saliba. •••..'•'•'"' Thc Koran, sacred, book of the Moslems, requires them'to pray five times daily at fixed tunes, ABSTRACTS Of TlTL€ • REAL ESTATE LOANS • TERRY GOOD JOB! Work Thdt'U Please Him Please yoiii- husband by sciHiin B his suits to us. We do expert workmanship at moderate prices. Wo keep your man at his best! Blytheville Steam Laundry-Cleaners Phone 4418 /. & M. College to Open Monday in Magnolia MAGNOLIA, Ark., Sept. 6. (UP) — Magnolia A. and ,w|. College will oi«n Its 38th regular session Manila News Sam Hufton and son, liyron Wesley, have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy lovelancl of Springfield, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. If. I,. Kins have re- lumed home after spending several weeks with relatives in Eugene, Ore. Mr. sin [I Mrs. Ullc Thrclkcld o[ Mailon, Ky., have been guesls of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Thrclkcld and other relatives and friends. Ilurnis Pox, .student at the University of Arkansas. Fayettcville, Ls spending a few -days with his parents, Mr. ami Mrs. A. Fox. Mrs. L.. M. Hay Is visiting her son, Edcl Ashiibrannci 1 , In Pontiac, Mich, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Justis and daughter, Judy, have returned lo their home In Fairbmy. Ncbr., after tu'o weeks' \ p isit with Mrs. Justis' mother. Mrs. Hattic Mae Grimes. Frank Sweet Jr., has enrolled in McCulluin College of Embalming at tincinnatti, Ohio. All's. Crockett Wright has returned home after spending two weeks in Basalt, Colo. Livestock Monday with an estimated enrollment of 1.000 students. Registration wit] be Monday and Tuesday, and classes begin Wednesday. Fowlston School of Music Piano ~ Organ -- Voice Theory ,', Harmony Rythm Classes for I'rc-Sciiool Children All Registrations Must Be In Before Sepl. Hltli Teachers Accredited by Arkansas State Teachers Association ' 809. Chickasawb'a • V.S- '. I'hone 2049 ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, III., Sept. U. (UP) —(USDA) —Livestock: Hogs 450. Market 25c higher.. ton S2D.OO, highest price since July 3U. Packing sows steady; top 21.50; compared with lasi week, pigs 50c higher; other IrarroV's and gilts, 75 to $1 higher; sows 50c to 1.75 higher. Cattle 150. Calves 50. Compared with close hist week, choice 1018 II). steers 32.15; low choice 1143 Ib, steers 31.00; choice 1035 )1>. mixed yearlings 32.50; choice 901 Ib. heil- ers 30.50; good cows, 19.50; good beef bulls IB.00; good sausage bulls 11.50; choice vcalers, 28.50; choice feeder steers 24.00. Bank Uses New System; Safes Depositor's Time LITTLE ROCK, Ark,, Sept. C. ,• , ~ A Lltlle Rock ba " k i«*>y eliminated the use oi passbooks with the installation of a system to reduce the time of making deposits. Instead of making a passbook entry, the teller will give the depositor a machine-printed rejiit- ered deposit receipt, th c exact duplicate uf the entry made in the bank's records. Vice-President. W. R. Snodgiass of the Union National Bank said the new system already was in use in larger cities. John Brock's cornfield in the shadow of Chicago's skyscrapers contains 50 varieties. Model Louise Aclair, 5-feet-10, shows, among other things, about how liifih Ihe stalks are. The Creeks knew the earth was round 2000 jcars before Columbus thought it \va.s. Londoners have an average life span of 50 years. Sewing & Alterations Thonc 3669 Lois Marr Danforth 202 Dougan Back to Church in September Attend the First Baptist Church, 8th & Walnut Sunday School nt 8:40 A.M. Morning Worship Service at 10:55 A.M. Sermon. "The; Enlarged Life" {broadcast over KLCN) (Anthem: "So Near the Lord Am I", by choir) Training Union at 0:30 P.M. Evening Worship Service at 7:30 P.M. Great Music at both services. Rev. E. C. Brown, Pastor A Cordial Welcome Awaits You Wonted to Buy Highest Prices Paid for Used Tractors and Equipment Russell Phillips Tractor Co. So. Highway <>1 1'lionc 2171 Shipment of Bassinettes Just Arrived! TOT SHOP 110 So. 2nd St. Phone 2308 Enjoy our delicious, select well- cooked foods . . . swiftly, courteously served! Everytiuic you dine out treat yourself to maximum pleasure at minimum prices! JOHNS CAFE 409 West Main St. J'honc 3900 Continuous Showa Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KJ,CN 11:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m f:30 pj Dark Brown Kid Open toe sliiiK pump Widths !5A to 15 10.95 Smooth Black Polished Calf Widths 5A to B 11.95 Amber Brown (Luggage) Calf Hosed too—Box Widths OA lo I! 11.95 Shop Our Windows for thc New Styles Black Maracain (Glove) Kid ,'loscil too—medium heel Widths r.A to C; 10.95 SATURDAY Roll On, Texas Moon wild liny Rogers Serial "Jack Armstrong" No. Ill and Short Cont'd Shows Sat. 12:30 lo 11:3B Sunday and Monday CENTUIr.FOX TKIUMfHl Taramoimt News ;mil Short Continuous Show Sun. 1:15-11:0 Boi Office Opens at 7:tW u-n. Show Starts 7:!5 p.m. Opens Sunday 1:DO: ^5ta7tn 1:IS Contlnnons Shows Sal. an,I San. Bargain Night Eytrj Night Except Safunlay No passes honored on Bandar •• the ROUT. Sufurdav Texas Buddies uith llnb Steels Scria ritbrk Widow" No. '1 jy slimi Cont'd Shows Sal. 12:30 lo 11:30 Sunday and Monday SPENCIR TRACY ^ STANtEY '~j'"i LIVINGSTONE RICHARD GREENE -HUHCYKEUY Fox News and Selected Short C*oUnB«us Shunlnc eva. l:li M ll

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