The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 10, 1947 · Page 1
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r PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS & • 4 '&ocietu Emily Wixson, Society Editor f Phone .1101 First Fall Tri-Town Party*at Whitis Home " Weekly;; parties for the Til-Town Club, discontinued during the summer, wtre resumed yesterday afternoon, when Mis. Newton whills entertained the group. . Playing '.bridge will) club merh- l^ers wore' Mrs. Alfred Gray, formerly of- Memphis and who is moving to Conway," houses nest of her. parents, Mr. urid 1 Mrs. c. W. Ramey. and Mrs. Melviiv Kalsel!. Asters' and tuberoses decorated entertaining rooms. Mrs. Gray held lilgli score in bridge games and second high prize went to Mrs. Garrnrd Cau- dlll. :• The hostess served n dessert course. Mrs. Jobc Entertains Club Eight at Party All members ol Club Eight were present last nighl when Mrs. Paul Jcb2 was hostess with a party at her home nt 1413 W. Main St. Mfs." Jesse White received high score aud second higli.tve.nl to Mrs. Otto Scrap*. , • Arrangements of Fall flowers dee- crated" entertaining looms of the ho:ue."... The best ess served a dessert plate and'iced drinks: • » . » Auxiliary Meeting Held At A. G. Shibiey Home Mrs. A. G. ShiUlcy \vns hostess to members of St. -Stephen's Auxiliary last night nt her home on Kentucky Street. Mrs. Robert Thompson, who recently moved back to Blytheville, rejoined the Auxiliary. Following the business session, whizh was opened and concluded with prayer, refreshments were served by the hostess, • , ..'.,,•- '•,* . • »', Supper- Club Members . Guests of Mrs. Campbell OSCEOLA, Ss'pt.. 10—Mrs. Madeline- 'P.. .Campbell ,\vns hostess to the Supper Club with tour tables of bridge last nighl when they met at Cramer's Cafe lor dinner anil later assembled at the home 'Of Mrs. Campbell for card games. •Flowers in mixed colors were used as decorations throughout the entertaining rooms. Mrs.. Harry Driver received liigh score with Mrs. W. 0. Mason winning second and Mrs. \V. E. Hunt the cut prizs. Home From Wedding Trip Mr. an- Mrs. Den H, Abbott have returned to Blytheville lo make their home on Highway 18 Bust ftftcr returning from H wed- dlnj trip to Ohio, Bulifllo.'N. V.. Niagara Fulls and Canada. Their wedding was solemnized Aug. 23 ill llic home of the bride, the former Miss linogonc Campbell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Campbell. Importance of PTA Work Stressed At First Fall Meeting of Group A plea lo wcjrk to devulo[t resiJOH-4-— - pluilUy in HIP youth tuid help to . , , . _, prepare him for his plucc in Die fa- Avftlon Members LiUCSts Of Mrs. Horace Halford Bits of News Guests playin ture was made to members of the High School PiUi'lU-TcachL'r Association by W. B. Nicholson, superintendent ol schools, at the first j regular term meeting of the or| gnnlzatlon yesterday afternoon in 1 Ihe High School auditorium. Attending tile meeting were CS parents and teachers. Mrs. J. C. Lowe, president, also spoke, stressing the importance of High School PTA work and cooperation hi'tween the home and the school. "The wider Ihe river the greater span of bridge work needed, and the same Is true when a youlh enters Hiyh School and with his club work and .school organizations ^rows further away from the home", shc said. "It is then when school and lioino must work together more than ever before," shc added. !~ v Mrs. Ijowe also welcomed new teachers and introduced committee chairman. In addition to those the president 'jreviously named were Mrs. Matt Scruggs, publications; Mrs. D. Hammock, sehool lunch; Mrs. Murray Smart, Mrs. E. B. Clee. Mrs. R. P. Kirshuer, Mrs. Henry Lnycon, Mrs Harry Hogan, Mrs. L. II. May. Mrs. Paul Grcenwell, room mothers. Also speaking briefly was Carroll ......... , Evans. High School senior who sang .;club member's >ihls Summer t(t, the.MOAT in Mem- were Mrs. Bettyo rNell : rst'afr; Mrs. j phis. He told of his experiences, dur- Wade Quinn, Miss Blanche Clcere and Miss Emily Mason. COOKING FAT JfsWonderful! -It's all vegetable ing the various productions and his work and sang "Thine Own," ac- [ companicd by Mrs. Wilson Henry. Miss Rosa Hardy, principal, Intro | duced leachers. Mrs. Jesse M. White, religious and devotional chairman, opened the I meeting and Mrs. Rupert Oral ton I gave the president's message. Mrs. i Harry Fritzius was in charge of the program. In business reports, it was announced thai G4 members were enrolled and Mrs. W. L. Horner. hospitality chairman, disclosqd plans for Ihe parents lo entertain teachers with a social. In Ihe room count, a S"> prize went lo the junior class. Mr.s, Jlill Ferguson and Mrs. Bill Morcland played bunco with mem- Lers of Avalon 'Buiico Club yesterday aflcrnoon when Mrs. Horace Halford was hostess lo the group at her home on Lilly Street. Mr.s. Paul 'Malion won hi[4h score prize in i;ames, bunco went to Mrs. C. T. Shaiulln ati'i low lo Mrs. Moreland. The hostess served a salad plate. Mrs. Massey Honored With Birthday Dinner Mrs, Mnry Ma.ssey was honuri'd yesU'rclny when a Mir prise dinner WHS given for her on her HJth birthday at the home en her urandson, Ernest Wood tuul Mrs. Wood, Guests for the affair included her two dauyhtors, Mrs. Pearl Fi.sh- er and Mrs. Bertha Ivy. Also present were grandchildren, (;rnat-grnnd- chiklren and ti-number of friends. Gitt.s were presented Lo her by the guests following the dinner, Mrs. Taylor Hostess At Bridge Club Party OSCEOLA, Sept. 10—Mrs. D. Fred Taylor Jr., was hostess to two tables of club members and one yuest, Mrs, Bob Ken rick, when' .she, entertained yc.sterdny at her home on Elizabeth Stree*.. The wiinier of high score was Mrs. Bruce Colbert and .second went to Mrs Zeke Pollard. low bowls were used as decorations. A -salnd collide was served following the games. Mrs. Men Oarrispii Is 1)1 at her home on Kentucky Street. Mrs. L«e Johnson of Mlam:, r'la., Ims returned lo her homo after spending .several days here with tier brother. C. I?. Collins untl Mrs Collins. ' -k~ C'letis Gray of Reno, Wcv., arrived today to' visit with sister Mr.-i. Pan I Jobc, Mr. Jabc and finnily for .sevcrul <lays, Mifs 'Ui'lln On'ic Iius icfL for Meiiijjh.'s where she will join her KrandilanHluer. Miss Prances An- gleion, for a trip to Cave In Roek, 111. Miss Aiu>leton recently graduated from Hie Cudel NursS Corps and will be employed at the Kennedy Geneni] flo.spilal when .she returns In two weeks. Dr. J. A. Snllbn was In Memphis liisl |iiKlit to attend a ineetiiijf of [lie Memphis Eocicly.of OplHhulnio- luKy Olo-I.iuyngolOHy nt the Eye. Far, Nose and Throat Hospital. .Joe i>::>j)lnoza Jr., yeomtin third class. UBN, is being distharjjed today nl Norfolk, Vi\.. after serving three- years in the Pacific and Atlantic on the USS Wisconsin and UHS Albany. He will arrive in Bly- Ihcvillt' .Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Vick of Lo.'; Angeles, formerly of Blythevillc, will anice tomorrow to spend several I day:; with his sister, Mr.s. Pearl Hires. The son !)orn last Wednesday to Mr. and Mr.s. Fred T. McGregor nt Blylheville Hospital has been numed Fred Thomas Jr. He Ls their fir.-.t child. Mr.s. McGregor is the 1'ormer Miss Frances Smith, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Smith. Mrs. Eve Wheeler of Los Angeles is visilhu; her mothei, Mrs. Finnic Jackson, and her sister, Mrs. Len- (tcnnic! Fowler, who met her in Memphis. Mrs. Powler accompanied Mrs. Hires to Memphis, where, the liiller consulted her eye doctor. John cUibb of Newhurg, Mo., arrived here today to spend the week with his sisier, Mrs. T. M. I'liilllps and family. Miss Uelty Jcannino Scherer left Sunday for Cape Girnrdenn, Mo., lo attend Southeast Missouri State Teachers College. She was motored up by her parenls. Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Scherer. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Scherer and son Gary, and Miss Mnry Sohorer of Flint, Mich., are. spending several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sclicrcr and Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Hi'lierer. Mr. and Mr.s. A. Conway are at their home al 801 \Vcst Main Street following their return from California, where lliey spei t the Summer. Claude F. Cooper has returned from Jefferson City. Mo., where he argued a case before the Supreme Court of Missouri yesterday. WEDNESDAY/SEPTEMBER 10, 1947 Carol Carty Becomes Bride Of Osceola Man OS CEO LA, Sepl. !Q A wedding of wide Interest was thai of Miss Carol Curly, daughter of Mrs. Agulln Carty of Enid, Okla., and the lale Mr. Curly to Arthur Kngenc! Thorno" Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Kugrne Thome of Osceola. The ceremony was uolemnlzeil last Wednesday nlgiu al T:',»t o'clock at University Cenler Christain Church, with Dean J. ClU'Oid .Shirley, pastor officiating. i>ref.;d- iiii! the ceremony, nuptial mus;c was presented by Miss Anna Mae Harp, organist. Tall baskets of white llllie.s and pink roses, with tapers burning in blanched randclnbrtis against a background' ol greenci-y formed the improviscil allar. Taiiers were llsht- ed by i.Vfss Enid Bodes. She wore a full length pastel pink formal with a corsage of pink and while asters, The bride wore a while net, fashioned with light fitting bodUv, with u lai'h'e how of laffela fo^mim; a bustle In the back. She carried a colonial bouciuet of white roses and asters, showered with !tc]i!'.- anotis, trom which fell stream'-is of white satin ribbons. Miss Kli'/abcth Thorne, sisna 1 ol' the bridegroom, was maid of litunr and her oiily atl(-ntlant. Her gown was of heaven blue net, a'.ul shi: wore n • corsage ol pink rosebad-i. Mr. Herbert Carty. of I31p.ndi:i.s- ville, III., brother of the bride, served as best man. Usher:;, clu.ss- malcs of the bridegroom \vere Dwiglit Uussell and Uon Wise Enid. Following the ceremony COMBINE OWNERS f We now have on hand a K<"><1 supply of WISCONSIN MOTORS with complete change-over kit for con- verting P. T. 0. Allis-Chalmers combines (<> motor- driven machines.-Inquire now for all details. 9 Ft. PICK SACKS Only $2.00 CARL WALLACE BOB SMITH IMPLEMENT CO. Civic Calendar TIIUKSUAV (Kcpl. 11) Rotary Club— l'2:irj p. m. Football: Junior Hluli Paps vs. Markci! Tree, here — 8:00 p. n:. FRIDAY (Srpt. 12 1 Senior High Chicks vs. El Dorado, there— 8:00 p. in. WMU Circle Meetings M .Held at Baptist Church OSCEOLA. Sept. 10.—Members of ! the Woman's Missionary Union ol 1 First BaiJtist church met. in circle I groups Monday afternoon at the I church. Circle One met \vilh Mrs. C. E. Usiin as chairman ami Circle I Two with Mrs. W. P. Hale, chair- in an. Mr.s. Dean was ia charge of the program lor Circle One when eignt members were prescnl with Mrs. J. J. RobcrUs conducting the worship period. Oihcrs \vlio took part u'evc Mrs. T. 'M. Ilurr ami Mrs. J. I.. Glascoe. Mr.s. Curtis Strange was in charge of the program ut the Circle Two meeting when 13 members were present. Mr.s. Jimmy Bass comlact- r(l Hie devotional ami cuhevs on the program were Mrs. V. G. Mann and Mr.s. R. E. Cos. Mrs. Harry Minton served as hostess. No. Highway 61 Phone 2142 SHADES FINEST QUALITY * Custom Made Shades Any Size up to 12'/ 2 ' Wide * North Star Hand made oil shade cloth 0 Excello Machine oil shade cloth 5 Plain Colors—2 Duplex PRICED $1.27 up Shades — Venetian Blinds Wood and Aluminum Awnings Asphalt and Rubber Tile HARDWOOD FLOORS DEAL'S PAINT AND WALLPAPEK STORE "Your Wallpaper Style Center" 109 East Main St. ,, hone 4469 At The Hospitals m,yrn[;v!i,i.n HOSPITAL Admitted: Carl !•:. Beavers, city. Mrs. label DeJournrtt. llayli, Mo. Mr.s. Hubert Picrt.>, rjlee'.e M-J Carl I'aul, r-lty. Dismissed: 'Willard II. Ki-nns. city. Mis. R(;l|))i •BarSer and baby, Coaler, Mo. Mr.s. Addle Houcliins. oily. James John Askir.s, city. Alton Howell, Carnt!irr:;viilc WALLS 1IOS1'IT,\I. Dismissed: Vmion Daws. city. Mrs. Mci'l Garrison, city. Mr.s. Ulan Heath, city. , Mo. . Dismisseri: Christine Crocl-.e'.t. O.-:ccola. Owald Hloiijcyer, city. ST. .lOSKI'il IIO.SI'ITAI,, Meniphis Dismissed: rVaiiK J ;1 oster, Jo!:::!'. ItAl'l'IST HOSPITAL, Memphis Dismissed: M. A. Parks, city. The Kiv. M. ;;, Griffin, Dell. Coming Events THURSDAY Kdi'Hs E'.iii day School Class of l : ii'. ; .t i:.\:.'tisl Cluireh meeting al :,f Mrs. J: o. Barnes,] Health Survey Continued from Page I. his workers and by their ability lo stay in UK- field and do Ihejr work. This program is an ouneJrof prevention. H is a slitch in time not only lor Die planlalion operators hut fur the entire community as urll," ho continued. ••Mono of us should forget lhat :;oed health i_ s the Ijc.st asset our luumy and slate can have. This blond testing program should be adopted l)y individuals and groups ami carried out to the limit," Dr. Ucaslcy concluded. Tliis program, which began July 1, has uncovered more than 3000 eases ol syphilis to date ami many o: these patients have already com- l>ki«l treatment under the new ••rapid schedules" which take only 10 days, according tn Mrs. .'line or Those pcnton.s unaWe to afford treatment ran receive free medical cure at the Hot Springs Medic-,1 Center where medically indigent .syphilis patients arc admitted without charge, she said. Referrals to the Hot Spring hospital arc arranged through the County Health Department office. Too Late to Classify W united to Rent imrmnlshcil :'.!! Mr. !l!rkt> F->r Salt Five Int. reception was held on the lawn id the home of Hie bride's mother. 'Hit' bridal table \vas overlaid l-:rtii-; fijiKiuy Ref: First Ul l:l.":t Cliurrl) tin; i:!nn-fh, li::;o ]j. riiiirle.s K'.-wcomi) and Mr:;. .). W. :-c r: !<,(:>: ji.'i hoslcs.sos. El ii.-lt P.r-U-licr G:mMc'r of Unltcil IJ.nii'liU'iv; of tile conledor;i;'y mee;- 111!! with Mrs. i\V. !. Uenton, HC'J >[ | West. Main St., 12:1)0 p. in. a • Mi;;. Clco Wren hostess lo Jollv .el Class of iiH'f'liu;; at, with Mr.s. mom residence, corner Price S5750. H. C. !) in |f ck C:uh. FRIDAY Tlic Alpha U;.'tt:i Ch:u;fur ij'lil room residence close in. Missouri Street. Price S'lOOU. ':'ermi-:. Immediate pdssession. II. C. CiimplieH. phone 1 I Hi or 2!).'iO. 9 10 ck If nt 11501 W. Main. 0 lO-pk-'J!lS with linen entwork design doth and Sigma Phi will meet ut '.'.'.'Jo p.m. at centered with a tiered cnko. -Mtlij the lionie o! Mr:;. Tun- M-.St: 1 ;, '.!^;j tapers In crystal holders and bask- N. Franklin St. ct 1 ; 01 pink ro.ses at each end. Immediately after the reception Mr. ami Mrs. Thorno loll lor :\ I One accidental short wedding trip, alter which I a« American liu they will make their home in Enid. | one-lnih seconds, where the bridegroom will re-enter Phillips University. They will be at home at, '2101 East Maple St. injury occurs in r. 1 CVLTV sU and Centra! PTA Commitee Heads Named at Meet j A special expciitivo board /ticetinji 1 of Central School Vnrcnt-Teach:.'L- 1 Association was hcUl yesterday nf- ' Lenioon at tlio home of the nresi- j dt'iH, Mrs. Hay Hall. i Those iiLtcncliny included 11 coin- in iitee chairmen and ail Cciitral facuHy members. Olficers otliLT than Mrs. Hall \\-\to will servo during Llii-s term are Mr.s. Hugh WhitsiU. vice prc.sideiH; Mrs. Leonard Johnson, .secretary; Mrs. C. E. Graves, treasurer; Mrs. Sain Williams, historian. Committee chairmen 1 named hy I TS,..Hall were: Mr.s.- Jamc.s'jrcrry, rbgva'mY Mrs. Chnrlos 'llitidtn^u, Snnimer round-u]); Mrs. \V. D. Cobb, hospitality; Miss Sunshine Swift, member.ship; Mr.s, Me!I Brooks Jr., music;; Mrs, Louis Apjjlebantn. jna.^- oziuc; Mr.s. Roy AV'ood, parent ndti- cation; Mrs, Lillian Frank, safely and health; Mrs. E. M. Huffman, ii- brarisiii; Mrs. J. W. Rader, .school liiuch and Mr.s. H. \V. AVylie, publication, ! i : :AL yesterday's session, the PTA : "kits ol tools" were t!islritvitcd rtnd f this group voted to purchfcss !:.".;!, aid kit.s for each niom. .Mrs. Hall .served re!rcft;imrr.i ; 'ol- lowiny the businc.sr, :nceti]i^. Shipment of Bassinettes Jur;t Arrived! TOT SHOP 110 So. 2nd St. 2308 ',si'.!ciit:e lots v» LI lo'-jetlier vttm iov,-n Mik] -t-ll tliei AlcxiLiuliM-. Rcat-Est:ite iict- 107 We-si Muin. Own. Bo-* ntvl Blvilm- Phone O-«l:-U 13 )' II vision o i wiili one Carolyn Street four room hou.te nn> in >)^irk Th^ 2212. p'lO-nk-IJ Help Wanted >i|)erJeili:c'Cl . Sontll 1 \vaitress. Apply livittoii St. OUO-cX-13 Kannall tractor and International truck mechanics. Apply in person to Mr. .Mat: Alexander at Delta Implements, inc., :!I2 South Si-cimd. «) 10 t k 13 For Rent furnished anaitjnent at 51.S '"'ft. BUO-rkO'lt JN BOT71ES AND AT FOUNTAINS Htvthevillt Lovely hand, c a r v c il <] \i c ( in matching design. 4-dinmond hrid.nl srt mounli ng i" HK gold. 3 diamonds in racli ring of metcliir^ beauty. New liriclal comhi- nntton of 10 diamonds, fishtail set. CONVENIENT TERMS ) GUARD'S JEWELRY STORE Medical Test Proved This Great to Relieve MONTHLY FEMALE PAilS Are. you troubled by distress ot lulrtflK' functional moinhlv dlsiui InuicesV Do«s tills itmko you ftiillL-r trom |>nln,lci-lco»rr- t'oiis, itstk'ss. weal: — at sucli llinc-aV 'nu-n haiii's Vei;etiil^e Cujii-^-'- Jjouinl to relieve such BJ I" a recreut i]ie'Lli:il i Coinjiotllltl proviHl rritinrkubly liiii)'",,! to wouu-n Irouijleil llilii way. It'K wlmi. Doctors call n ulerlno w dative. H tiun a Brand soothing ulfctt oti o;ic o' woman s most imiinrtun! dr/Mi;j Tuhcn rugulatly — Plnkhain-s C'om- S?. 1 }^^ 0 ; 1 ," b "»" •'!>»•.,!,!»„«• to M.c!, . AUO a ureitt stOj^iachli; Lujiiol MOSS BRYAN Suggests tlio use <il' (iiir Lay-Away Plan for your convenience in sc- lectiiifv K'f's for early Christmas shop^in.i;-, in- fos- that spwial ".someUiimr" you wan! for yoin-scll'. THE GIFT SHOP 103 East Main Street Continunua Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.in 1:30 p_m. Last Time Today Beginning or End with Brian Donlev.v and Kolll'rt Walker Coniiminus tlcd Shorls Sho\viiic; Everyday 'I'liursday anil Friday Select "HER" Christmas Diamond here . . TODAY.' A UNIVERSAL-INTERNAtlONAL PICMIEE Paramount Mews and Short Continuous Sliuwing nvcry Day Box Office Opens at 7:00 fl T»Show Starts 7:15 p.in. Opens Sunday 1:30; Sta.-t-i 1:15 C'ontlnaous Slmws Sat. ;in,i Snn. Nigia Evevj Night Except N» passes honored on Sanda? Aft ihe Koxj. F.asf Time Today The Green Years with diaries C'nhurn and Tom ]>rakc Sflcrlcil Short Siilijecl Thursday and Friday

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