The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 13, 1948 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 13, 1948
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IS, 194S LB g»Kj COURIER Miss Mary Fulgharn Wed To Butler G. Barksdale etud Phon* iifil O* sneci.l interest here in • nnouncemenl of I he marri the Starkvm™' Presbyterlan Churd/hi 10. at, 11:30 o'clock. '""*• Fob ' •formed a beautiful setting lor the n". Bl £.!: ln L?". m ° m> . Pwtormed by program or prr-nuptial music • - —" "• tviayn JMC- Kay. organist. Her selections Included. "Air in n-MaJor" bv Bach ?! ., " s<M »r Without Words" by Mendelssohn Rh,. also played Lohengrin's "Wcddinir March" and Mendelssohn's traditional Wedding M»rch was used as the recessional. The brine wore a rose beiee na- "crdine suit with navy accessories : Prizes \ and white eloves. Her corsage was i Langston °( blue iris and her onlv nrna- o~u; ' "lent* were a single strand of pearls ajid nearl earrings, gifts from the Immediate!.., following the cere- j entitle '„,' mony the coimlc ir-ft for a wending I HC S Rn( j trip, after which they will return i home '" Duncan plantation. Natchez i Ml«s., to mnk» their home Mr. Bnrksrtale Is the .ton of Mrs Lucy Elizabeth Barksdale of Blv- thevlllr n ,id the late James D Barksdale. Mrs. Lancashire Hostess To Bridge Club Member* Mrs. E, R, Lancashire »-at hos- (ess yesterday when she entertained members of Ihe Thursday Contract Club with a luncheon at her home on Chlckasawba Avenue Luncheon was served at the'din- ing table which held M a centerpiece an attractive arrangement of red and white equations In a crystal bowl, other decorations u> carry out the Valemmc mo( if wei .« used in UK entertaining rooms of the home. Following the luncheon, bridge was played with Mrs. r. B Joyner winning hi R h score p.nd Mrs. Lancashire second high. Dessert Bridge Is Given For Octette Club, Guests Mrs. a. H. Clear and Mrs. W. r McDanlel were guests yesterday afternoon when Mr,. M. k Nunn en- C,ub e ^thTSe S rt 0( brft°t le h" e r si-e won by Mrs. Cleo high and Mrs. Edwin TOe l' .Tn^f "' A Vnl ' H * led - ln the u '""orations of the Demonstration Club Meets at Dogwood The Dogwood Home Demonstration Club met Wednesday afternoon »t the clubhouse with Mrs. J. T. Hipp, president In charge of the meeting. During the business meting the following committees were selected following committees were selected; Mrs. Walter Lutes, recreational leader: Mrs. Harry I.ntes. song lead- grounds; Mrs. Raymond Stringer Mrs. C. F. Michael, garden committee; Mrs. Scrape, poultry; MIS. Orvll O»r- rett. home dairy. Mrs, Jim H. Lutes was selerled to serve on (he foods and nutrition committee; Mrs. Murray McHaHey home furnishings; Mrs,'p. S. Parker, home Industries and handicraft; Mrs. lr» Koonce, clothing: Mrs. Charles Lutes, home nmiingenient- Mrs. Harry Lutes, child development and family life; Mrs. Clarence Davis, food preservation; Mrs. Marvin Lane, education: Mrs. Robert Scott citizenship, and Mrs. Ben Craig health. Refreshments of pie and coffee were served bythe hostess, Mrs. Murray Mcllaffey. Bits of News A4«. W. B. Flannlgen Honored on Birthday Dinner Party Is Given At First Baptist Church Valentine Dance Honors Club 28 Members, Guests Mr. arid Mrs. R. A. Nelson Mr and Mrs. C. V. Sebaugh and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Caldweil. were host, and hostesses last ni B ht when they entertained Club ?a members and s large number of guests wiih a Valentine supper dance at the Legion Hut. A buffet supper was served from •pies covered with white cloths ^.td centered white tapers burning in crystal holders banked with greenery. Valentines were placed along the tables and olher decora- lions carried out the holiday theme Guesta for the affair were M> and Mrs. W. p. Pryor . Ml , n ,, d M . s w. L. Homer. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Halsell, Mrs. Odell Sanders of Oreena'ood. Miss., Dr. and Mrs J E. Beasley, Dr. and Mrs. P. D Smith Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Crain. Mr. and Mrs. Max Logan, Mr and Mrs. Willard Peaie, Mr. and Mrs Crawford. glton Kirby. Mr. and Mrs. Elbcrt Huffman. Mr. and Mrs. Sam No"- ris. Crawford M. Noble, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Smith, and Mr and Mrs. Farmer England. * • • Mrs. Partlow Is Hostess. To Club Eight Members Mrs. H. O. Partiou- was » her nome yesterday to members pt Club Eight. flpwhen bridge games were play- td. Mrs. o. O. Poetz won high and Mrs. R. c. Allen, second high. A dessert course was served. Officers Arc EIcclccl At Seekers Class Party Jack Owen, was ru-.lecteri as present of tl. ; seekers Cl«« of the First Methodist Church at a dinner party last night in the social rooms of the church wi?h M ° f ' icers elecWd lo serve «Hh htm are Miss Iva Seay. vlce- president, and Mrs. Joe VanCIeve secretaiT-treasurer. Tlie table at which dinner was served, was covered with , white cloth and held a.s centerpiece, a heart shaped cake banked with greenery and flanked by white tapers burning In crystal candelabra. Following the dinner. gftmes v .- cr e Mrs. EnderJin Entertains J ol 'y Club Members Mrs. Albert Enderlln was hosier at her home yesterday afternoon to member* ol Die Jolly Bight Club During the arternoon when rock, games were played, Mrs. Nevill Blakemore won high, Mrs. Richard Prichard, second and Mrs. Wilfred Mays, rooko. Tallies and other decorations of the home carried out the Valentine motif. A dessert course was served by the hostess. Ark.. Feb. 13—Appiox- i . 34 members and guests of ! the Deborah of the Firjt Baptist Church met Tuesday night i for a three course dinner in the' church parlor. ; Following the dinner, a brief meeting was held. Mrs. H. Mrs. W. H. Turner of Dolh.n. Al» ha.<bwn the guest of Mr. ,nd Mrs. J. H. Smart She also visited with l brother, U. W. Mulllns, Mr. 'him !! S "', llt '"'"">'• M "- Turner re- lliined Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bolls will inove tomorrow to Ihe HindniKn «]>ai-liiient nn 1063 Hearn. They formerly resided at SIJ N. Division Dr. Oean Atkinson and Dr IM,\, Hubencr were In Memphis •«?"'! Smilh'poVcfr'nd'n"'"' 1 " 1 "" / " <l " liome scmbly Rl'VeaVr^y'llote 1 !!" 11 " 1 A '" Condition of Mrs. Chester Sutton wiio underwent a major operation Wednesday morning at the Mem- 1'IHs n«|ilis( Hospital. Is satlslac- loi'y. Mr. Suuon and her sLiler. Miss Mary Tucker Moore, who is a stiiciem nurse there at the hnsn). lal, are with her. ..*'''*• B«(t.v Phillip, antl son Michael, and MIS. Bernard Oooch' »rc spending a momh In Las Vegas' • r n', ns Slll ' sts °' Mr - anrt M '»- J I- Phillips and family. Mr. ami M r .,. Harry W. Haines have icturuod from a week's visit in Chicago, III., where (hey attend- Cn """ I " Ia '" 1 r ''e-w Association Mr. and Mrs. jnmes Barksdale will leave tomorrow for Natch../. Miss., ,,-hcre they will visit wit,,' Mrs. J. D. Barksdale and Mr. and Mrs Untie,- Barksdale. Mrs, J. D. Barksdale will accompany them back to Blytheville to make her home. Condition of Mrs. Joe Faulkner former of Blyihevllle and now of Memphis, who underwent „ j, to . Jor operation Monday at Baptist Hospital in Memphis 1, Improved Her mother. Mrs M. aeorge has w . .,--, Alk " F ' b - "-Mr* «. ». FUnnlgiii was honored m her birthday Wednesday night ^m,lg» i rcTa b " n f*" d *""'" ° f " le 1st Church entertained" at '(he •torn* of Mrs. W \v Watson Quests Included Mrs. M a( |el Miss Ev.'Ma'thews."" 1 N "" ll " lt *" d ™^' r . .*, bl jf >"'*liiMs sesslo Meiu Went, Spenc, - • - ^.-. in-n, iMT?.- «.?!', *"* hrw wllh M'« HillliilM III charge of the Hie dining (able. at whlcl fiTslimeal* were served, was d. wllh a lace cluth and ceni"...i "a 'e , rt * y c " ke " ank «l * presided at (\m Mis. Hell and 'tliiB In serving bv o* with while nu.uh , w ? VV ' cake 5<> " W. Elkner. president, presided! "A j been with her. male quartet composed of D. V. j Mr.i. E. B. Stanley her mother Malock. W. T. Toole. J, J. Robert.,. I M". J. F. Sanded and hoe. ana £rnest "— • • • "—'-- ~- • •-• ""'"-I, eral "barbel At Th Hospitals lle Hospital Dismissed; Mrs. w. A. Anrten and baby, Ma- Mann presented sev- shop" renditions dur- the program. after which living Valentines silhouetted against a door carried out the Valentine motif. The entertainment, committee included Mrs. John Douglass and Mrs. D. V. Malock and the decoration committee, Mrs, V. G. Mann and Gi] Ma.uin, Mae Dunn, Hermondale, . Myrtle Mo. Mrs. E. D. Mosley, cil.y. Mrs. Guy Treece and baby, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mavy Ruth Barnes. St«le, Mo Danny Burnham. cily. Mrs. Berry Allen and baby, city. Tom Martin, Dell. Women's Clubs Offer Music Scholarship OSCEOLA, Ark,, Feb. 1.1—Mrs John W. Fxlrlngton. state and district chairman (or the music depart- F* j Monty Sanders will leave Sunday ! for Parkin. Ark. where they will j mnX-t their home Miss George Ann Stilwell student at Arkansas State College, .lonpsljoro. will arrive today to spend the weekend here with her Parents. M,. nIK j M rs. George stll- w'el] and family. Mis Jo Ann Shanks, daughter of Mr. am t Mrs Joe Shanks, together with several other studcnlr. «t Texas state CollcKp For Women Denton, arc guests of Mr. and Mrs Jesse Jones in Houston Texas and will be honored at a reception tomorrow. While there thev will a].v> ifhv i-Men '" oy the group. Co- hostesses serving wl(!l Walson were Mrs. nm. Mrs. Bowles M.S. Mike Nallll,, B . <i Mr TO ^ Vn " r ' Mrs ' c '''»'» d Mrs. Sntmnle Uoclges. Club Is fntertain^d - w - Watson M ,., ' Additional P. T. A. to Sponsor Founders Day Program 'll><>" Purcnl-Tfiu'hfi- Assoclalloni «f BtylhevlJ], will sponsor a Fnumt" us Day ProRram, (o he held in the auditorium of Ih* hl B h ,chool, Monday Might «t * o'clock Max B. Held will be »ue,t ,,,«, k . ei and musical numbers will he rtnnlshed !,y (he , l(gh ,,,„„„, m| dfpuilment n ,, d „„ j t ,. school Iroya chorus, This niinoiinceinent wns made lo- dny by Mrs. j. Cecil l/i w « v |c.. presldenl »f the city council of Ihe i.iient-'i'encher Assoclivlloiu. Westcyun Guild of thePirst Melh odlsl church will not meet tonight it wa.s announced. -n\ r . next ctluR win be lirld Mmidav' . a, at the home ot Mr, jack Biship. Meetings MADE FRESH DAILY IN MIMFHIi 1 he Men's club „[ Ihe First UilliPi-an Chinrh will mfo t toniaht ':30. at the home of Herman Ho((' :100 Hciirn The l,«fllcs Oidlri of the Iflrsi •ulhornn Church will meet, nt Ihr mine of Mrs. cieornf Mclx-od, 1.100 lull}'. (onlRht nt 7:30. IM«(rll>ulr,l li, I. li. ricmh,,,- Hlydierlllr, ,\rk. stude'nrUrSe r ,^ h S grade honor roll fo r (,„,.,, sl ' k "I Ihe lirst semfsier, were omlt'eri "^'^""^.T'ff'tr,,! 11 "minced today by A. E. Caldwell .'^ C M,l!i 1 ,' CV * re M ' lb "»ne Hill ann Millie Ann Maltory. Political Announcements 'I'lio Courier News luis been itilhorijcd to announce (he follow- IIB candidates, subject to the democratic primary: FOIl AI.DKHMAN {Second \Vanl) J. Ij. (Jodie) Nnbci's O(c*o/a Newi Mrs. Willis Is Hostess To Demonstration Club Mrs. P. Willis was hostess Tuesday night »-hen she entertained 18 members of the Yarbro Home Demonstration Club and two guests M "' JD w Pun'* Sr.. »nd Mr..' \, Pt!rlle Jr - " her home. Mrs. Walter Barnes gave the devotional taken from the 15th chapter or Psalms, after which Mrs J. W. wldner read the poem, "Am I An American"? The biography of Abraham Lincoln was given bv Mrs. Albert Hollingsworth Mr. Edgar I.loyd and Mrs. Spencer Bunch gave a demonstration on how lo remodel old clothhn;. Following the business meeting, games were played »nd prizes won by Mrs. Dave Abbott, Mn. Gene McGuire and Mrs. Robert Thonli- son. " The meeting was dismissed by the group repeatint the Woman's Creed. Refreshments of • s «Uri pbi e with iced drinki w»ri «rv«d by the hostess. L. C. Hudson. Mrs. A. w. president i . . . „. „,.,,, |jj CsMue ,i L was In charge of the business meeting and Mrs. Adalr Hood was In charge of the program on the subject of "One God, One World" Following the program, officers ror the year were elected, with Mn Bill Dillard being installed as chairman, Miss Marjorle Doyle, secretary-treasurer and Mrs. L. G. Hudson as program chairmnn. A social hour followed' the incct- >»*. ment of the Forest City District of Arkansas Federation of Women's Clubs, has announced a music scholarship contest to be held here tomorrow.' n win be held at the First Methodist Church benlnnlng «l 10 a.m. The contestant who win compete are. Mary Doi.glas Dunn of Imboden. Ark., Loueta Smith of Corning. Bruclne Harris and John McMullen of Cotton Plant, Darlene , Lcwnllen. Joan Corden and Beverly Causey ,-,f Forest city. Nancy ! Hamilton of Blytheville j Gaines Mann of Osceola. OSCEOLA. Ark., Feb. 13-Mr nd Mrs. Wivifred W, Watson III' re the parents of > son born Wfd- lethodUt HospKal. .Mrs, ' w«(idn • L* "" '<"-"'er_Mlsii chartene Miwsey. »tleiid a livestock Show and R, K leo ' Mrs. E. J. sponcer and Mrs Qeorge Shanks of Richmond. CalK arrived yrslerdny (o be with (heir mother. Mrs. T. O. Scarlett, who I suffered a stroke I wo weeks ago )lcr condition is unchanged. Pat Craves, daURhter of Mr and Mrs. Herman Graves, who Jiss been > seriously ill at BlytlvTllle HosiV- ' tal, has been removed to u>» Mem phis Mclhorilst Hospital. Her con- i ditinn Is unchanged. Cnndltton of E. L. Crouch, wlm is 111 nt his home on Dounan at Is improved. j j Valentine Gift Suggestions Gift Certificates Exquisite Hand- kerchieft Cologne Perfumei Sachets Heart Shaped Trinket Boxes Greeting Cards All Gifts Jlemijifull (lift Wrnpned Free The Gift Shop !0.1 East Main SI reel C'onUnuoua Show* , Every Day Box Office Opeiw 1:« Show SUrin 2:00 USTKN TO KU3N • 12:«S r.m. t.M r . I>«st Time Todty -... Dark Passage «llh Humphrey Ikifart and I.uuren Racall r;iramuun( N**,. mat mart* Contlnuuua Showini Kvery I)»y Saturday ENRII Niiliiinnlly known li 11 i r, formrrlv of M.'ir- shnl Ficlil. Cliii'nun, will he our jrucsl luiii- slvlisl for ONK DAY ON1.V! TUESDAY, Feb. 17fh Moke Appointments Early! Bill} FLAVOR-PROTECTED IN CELLOPHANE WRAP Business Women's Circle Meets With Mrs. Hudson OSCEOLA, Ait., Feb. 13—The Business Women's Circle of th First Presbyterian Church met Tues day evening at the home of Mrs Our Heartiest WISHES To Still & Young On the Opening Today of Their New Home Ben F, Butler Co. Louis George Motor Co. C. B. Wood Motor Co. Buchanan Chevrolet Co. WH3 i e*. s o S M O specializes in FITTING CHILDREN'S FEET Size 2-5— $1.25 Size S'/z-n—S4.R5 , . \ (/v From iix monlrij 10 four y«on, VX\ child righl—help keep f«e" and onklet ilroighl. The patented one pice, S0 |, ^ from to* to lop of Ih, hec l*ndi confirftnce for firsl Heps. All seorrn ar« oulside —nothing, , o h u ,f liny feel. Inirs) on Jumpmg-Jocl,, . —'«comn>end»d by do. I . e^- s ON s if SHOES! .Serial: "llrli-k' Bradford" No. « anil Short Continuous Sliuwlnc Salurday Sunday and Monday They Won't Believe Me with licilierl Youni anrt Susan IUyw»rd Km News and Selected Hhcirt tout. Sliiiwlng Sunday 1:SO-11:M Ho\ Office Opens fl:30 Show Slirts C.-JS Opens Sundiiy 1:00: Starts 1:1S CiintlnuDus Slums Sat. & gun«.-il t , M 8 (,t Every Nlfht l-^xcept Saturday N» passes Tumrirrri on Sunday >t Koxy Theatre I.nst Time Today HOUlll.K FKATURE Black Beauty wit iiMona Krerirun and Itlchuril Ilennlnr THE Beauty Clinic »f Niiliomil Kiink 1'linnc ;!27i We study (fi e way your child walks, observing gait, carrnge and weight placement. We sinrly ihe foot it-' »«11—•rcfi, toe,, inslep. We measure each foot with •oientificaccuracy. We examine your ctiild'i old shots for tell-tale signs of wear and stress. Then we select the right pair of LITTLE YANK KB Shoes! LITTLE YANKEES are designed 'o keep liule f cc t normal. Let us fit your youngster in LJTTLE YANKEES today. Dclintcd Cotton Seed (Actual. Size) IITTU YANKEE Because of Him wllli Dc:iniiH Durbln and Kr;illrlif>t Tone Serial: "(i-Mrn" N». 12 and Slmri Man from Music Mountain with Roy RnKeri f'onl'rl Show* S»t. U:so to il:M Snnda.v nnd Sfondajr 'Afonq Camr Jonts WlttlAX KMUIISI • DIM DUIYU • lo.v .Movlclonc News'UnJ Shorts Cunt. Showing Sun. 1:30 - 11:30 p.m. SHOES FOK UTTLf 4MER/C4MS" STATE CERTII-TKD ciiisMt- CAI.LY DKLINTI-;D COTTON SEED cost less (0 plant. These pure all seed arc treated and liee from all seed borne discuses Quicker gerniinatinr.. plant and Plow the same week. Reduce thopplnR expense. Use mir bean, corn or |ica planter. STATE CEKTIFIKI3 V,\R1E TIES packed In attractive 50 Ib bags. Come In and book your requirement* totlny, we n-lll hold until planting time. BLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN CORP. Hlj'llicvllle, Ark. Brandies: Leachville, Ark., CarHwcll. Hornersville & Serialh, Mo. 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