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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 18, 1948
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BLYTKEYILL1 (ARK.) COURIER KEWf WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18. 194« Phone Bridge Luncheon Honori Mr.. J. Mell Brooks Jr. Mrs. Newton Whltis was hostess fwterday at h»r home on N. llth, •hen «h« entertained with a bridge luncheon honoring Mr«. J. Mell Brooka Jr. who will leave soon for Orwnwood. Miss, to Join her husband who recently purchased a business there Guests Included member* of the Iri-Town Bridge Club and Mrs. William Young. Following the luncheon, which wai served at Individual tables. bridge was played with Mrs. Hus »«11 Haynes Farr winning high, score and Mrs. Brooks, second high. Entertaining rooms of the home »er* decorated with attractive arrangement* of pink and white car- natlonc. Mr§. Brooks was presented a Rlfl from th« club members and Ihe Wiss Erhardt Is Hostess With "Turn About Party" Miss Gyon« Erhardt was hosless last night at her home when she entertained members o( Alpha Beta Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha toRether with their dates, with a ••Turn About Party," In keeping with the leap year motto. Entertaining rooms of the home were attractively decorciale* wiUi bouquets of mixed Spring flowers, A spaghetti supper was served butlH style from the dining table, which was draped with a lace cloth and centered with low crystal bowl filled with yellow Jonquils, which is the sorority "(lower. Following the supper, I lie evening was spont informally with (•nests dancing and listening to phonograph recordinps. Methodist Young People Honor Mrs. Mell Brooks Bits of News Mrs. Blankenship Hostess To Business Women's Circle Mrs. Lemmle Blankenship wns hostess last night at her home lo members of the Business Women's Circle Seven of the First Baptist Church. Miss pearl I/e e opened the meeting with prayfr and the business meeting was presided over by Mrs. John Tyrone, president. Mrs. Oils aheppard Introduced and discussed the first chapter of the Mission Study Book "Spiritual Frontiers" by Courts Redford. 'The hosless served refre-shmenl-s of a dessert course with iced drinks- Mrs. Hutson Is Hostess To Hachahoma Club, Guest Mrs. W. H: Htilson was hostess Monday night at her home to mrm- bers of the Hnchahoma DrldRR Club and one guest, Mrs; Frank Grigsby. During thf evening when bridge was played. Mrs. Pan! Lloyd high and Mrs. Elton Foster, second. A salad course with Iced drinks wa» served for refreshments. Mrs J. Mell Brooks Jr.. who will move soon to Greeenwood. M1.S5., to join her hu.iband who Is engaged in business there, was honored last night when the Young People of the First Methodist Church entertained with a supper in the social rooms of the church. Tl\c table, al which Ihe supper was served, was covered with a while cloth and centered with a low pottery bowl filled with Pienrdy gladioli flanked by white tapers burning in crystal candelabra. Mrs. Brooks was presented with a corsage of BcUertlmcs rose.s and the group also presented her with a stiver bud vase. Mr. and Mrs. Brooks were counselors lor the Dill W. S. C. S. Meets For All Day Services The Women's Society of Christian Service o( the Dell Methodist Church met yesterday at Ihe clmrch for "All Day Prayer Services." Mrs. li. M. Moody was in charge of the program and Mrs. Mavis Sel- tlemire and Mrs. Jerry Edwards gave the study on "Great Prayers of the Bible". The Rev. C. C. Burton, pastor, dismissed the group with prayer. Following dismissal of the meeting al the church, the group then went on visitation campaign. A pot-luck dinner was served. P.T.A. Members Observe j Founders' Day in Luxora I.UXOFiA, Ark.. Feb. tB.~- The Luxora Parenl. Touchers Association observed founder's Day nt Its monthly meeting Monday with .1 play, "The Talc of Three Letters." Members taklns part in the play were Mrs. A. B. Hill, Mrs. Wcrt Steed. Mrs. joo Gentry. Mrs. A'l- ten Chltwood. Mrs. John Ford. M'» Sudlc Cecil. Mis. Elmer Hall and Mrs. E. Tucker Mrs. John Tliwealv was In cliarRC of Ihe propram. Tho president's letter wns rend hy Mrs. Hannn. The attendance prizes were « "» by the sixth and seventh Rrnd'-s. After the business session the hostesses. Mrs. Auten Chltwood. Mrs. Curtis Heath. Mrs. Herman Splcer, Mrs. Jim Roleson and son, Buclty, returned Monday from Wynne, Arlc where they spent several weeks with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Fisher. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. 6Allb» will leave tomorrow lor Little Rock where Dr Sallba will attend a two day medical meeting at the University. Condition of J. T. Hughes who underwent a major operation Tuesday In a New York Hospital li much j Improved. K. A. Morris of LOR Angeles, Calif, arrived today to be the RUest ol Mr. and Mrs. Jim Floleson and son for a few days Perry Roihroclc Jr., h&x arrived to spend several days here with his Coming Events Social Calendar MM. Carl Marshall will entertain C. and N. Birthday Club members at her home it 7:30 p.m. Town and country club being entertained at th« home of Mr«. J, C. Mils 8r. Avalon Bunco Club meeting at the home of Mr«. W. P. Mahon. Thursday Jolly Eight Club memben being entertained at the home of Mm. J, O. Huey. Octette club member» meeting at the home of Mrs. J C. E)li« Sr. Club Eight members being entertained at lh« home of Mrs. G, O. Poetz Thursday Contract Club memben meeting at the hom« of Mr«. H. W. Wylle. . Alpha Delia members of the Beta Sigma Phi together with their husbands and their dates, will have a traveler's dinner beginning at 1 o'clock al the home of Mrs. Gll- J. Clubb Jr., Hnall son of th« Rev. and Mrs, Russell J. Clubb, entered the Memphis Baptist Hospital Monday to undergo a major operation. Mrs. Mary Clay Hughey and Mr*. J. H. Lovewell were weekend visitors of their daughter and granddaughter, Mrs. J. Lan Williams and family in Jone.sboro. Mrs. M. A. Hale of Hattiesburg, MLvi., U the guest of Mr. and Mrs. n. Tj, Nailling and family this wee'*. Mrs. Clarence Wilson of Blytheville, wa< the housegueat last week of her sister, Mrs. Dwlght H. Blackwood. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Banister spent Mrs. Cecil WriRhl and Mrs Swain, served refreshments. H L. parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Hoth rock. He is a student at Columbia Military Academy, Columbia, Tenn. ,Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bryant and Mrs. Eunice Vounu spent Die weekend in Newborn, Tenn., visiting relatives. Mrs. B. L. Eubanks left today for liopc, Ark. lo spend several days with her mother. Mrs. A. Allen. Mrs. I. D, Cohen and Mrs. M,vx Koenig.sberg of Denver, Colo, arrived Monday to sjwrnt two days with their brother, Walter Rosen- thai. Harold Slldbury and J. T. Sudbury lefl yesterday for Chicago, 111., where they will attend to business. They will return Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Shellon and Mrs. Sam Lnndrum spent yesterday Memphis. Monttomery'a mother. Mrs. 3. H. Montgomery, and Vlzter. Miss Kathleen Montgomery, of Kelser. Mis* Christine Calvert spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Calvert, In Marked Tree. Mr. and Mrs. Auten ChitWood visited Mr Whltwood's parents, Mr. «nd Mrs. A. M. Chltwood In Mul- Bunday In Kcnnett. Mo. G. B. Segrave.s and the R«v. H, O. Couchman spent yesterday in Memphis. Mrs. Mildred Davis Turrentine ha.s returned to her home in Detroit. Mich., alter a visit with her soli. Dr. W. P. Turrentine and Mrs, TurrenthiP. James Craioti of Florence, Ala., v> visiting friends and relatives here this week. Mrs. J. Lan Williams, Mrs. H. J. Gille.spic. Mrs. C. E. Butler, Mr.s. Emma Moore and Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Blaekwood spent, yesterday in Memphis. .ANNOUNCEMENT In observence of National Brotherhood Week, members of the First Christian Church will have their Thursday night supper with a prog- jam at the church at 7:00 o'clock, All members of the church are urged to attend. WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- WiiW OWI-A.J Y«'H J»p Ort 4 W » lk« Mmi»( Run' to Go TKa lirer «hould pour out thoul 2 pints of bile juice into your boweli even' day. J[ thu bik u nol Itowuig tiet]y. your food m»y not djg«t. It may jmt decay In the bowel*. Then KU bloftU ni> your atomach. You yet fon- «tijjate<i. Vou lc*l »our, sunk and the world look* punx. It t«k«i thow milt fentli Carter's Link l.iv»r Plll« to get thru 2 pints ol bile flow. ing- Iwly to inaka you r«l "up snd up." firt ft packsgs today. Effertlve In mskint bile flo* lre«Ty. Aik ( or CarWf't Little UTOT PiJIa, 33* at AOy drugvtor*. ococ « . - .„ bert Dee. Hammock Jr.. with Miss b '' Ma has the Founders Day Observed By Osceo/o P. T. A.'s ere Hay was observed Monday nleht when 120 members of the Osceola Bela Sigma Phi Meets At Clubl'Oom For Program I Pnrcnt-Tcnchcr Association met lit I Ihc high .school. The president, Mrs. O. W Watson presided over the, meeting nnri Jim Henry faculty Tile Alpha Alpha Chapter or Beta Sigma Phi met last night at the chihroom with the vice-president, won] Ml" I v « 5e»y In cliarnc. During the business session, plans ! discussed for the baby show which will be held April 2. More definite plans and where Ihe show will be held will be announced at At John C. McHaney Home "'"' EI " O< P U whitworth was m Executive Board Meets | Don Smart, a student at Columbia Military Academy, Columbia, < Tenn., has arrived home to spend several days here with his sister, Mrs. J. Mell Brooks Jr., arid other relatives. Mrs. Andrew Moses went to Mcm. i phis yesterday to be with her sister, OSCEOLA. Ark.. Feb. IB-Found-1 Mrs - Joe pny^,,,,^ wno („ a patient at Ihc Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Clene Strickland spent yesterday in Portagcville. Mo., where Mr. Strickland attended lo business. They will be the gucsls of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Wall and daughter, Kathy Marie. Miss Fxiylhe Bollinger spent several dajs in Memphis: attending lo business. Mr. auri Mr.s. K. E. niltclifl anJ children, Joe, Johnny and Pai^e and Mrs. Maurice Luttrell »t »I . o'clock. Methodist Church will meet Thursday, 7:30 p. m. at the church for a covered supper. Members of First Christian Church will have their regular Thursday night supper with a program at 1:00 o'clock. Friday Mrs. O. O. Klklii* entertaining members ot C B. C. Club, Saturday The Cotillion Club will have its regular dance at the Legion Hut with Mr. and Mrs, R. M. Logan. Mr. and Mrs. J. Parrls McCalla. and Mr. and Mrs Wlllard Pease as hosts and hostesses. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham will oe hostess at her home at 1 o'clock to members of Chapter N. P. E. O. Sisterhood with Mrs. Alvin Huffman Jr., as co-hosless. Th« Kucutlve Board of the Wom»n'« Council of the Mrst Christian Church met, Monday at the home of Mrs. John C. McHaney on W Walnut. Mrs. Rupert Crafton, presldeiH, presided during the business meet- Ing. Mm. J. C. Ellis 8r. was In charge I »f the worship program FollcjwinK the meeting, refreshments were served by the hostess. * • • Valentine Party Given At First Baptist Church Mil. Shelburne Brewer and Mir t.\ A.'Enderhn,' aasisted by the Intermediate and Junior G. A.'* of the First Baptist Church entertained the Intermediate and Junior RA. a with ft Valentin* parly Monday afternoon at the church. The Valentin* motif wan carried out in the decorations and also the favors, During the afternoon when a content was conducted, Milton Sylvester won u priie and special music was furnished by Donna Dedmtin, Millie Ann Mattery and Clovis Oar- nett. Refreshment of lo« »feam and cookies weri served, ' • • • Mrs. Van Hooser Hostess TpJirst Baptist Y. W. A. >Mrs. R. E. Van Hooser was hos- tftfcs at her home Monda.j night, to members of the Young Women'. 1 ; Auxiliary ol the First Baptist Churth at 7:30 P-m. '; During the meeting pre- alded over by the president. Miss Bernice Overman, both new and old business WAS discus&ed. Miss Adaline Lee gave the devotional and tho,se participating on the program were Mi^s Maxine chnrge of the program nu the subject of "The Ballet ai.d Modern Dancing"- In her talk she discussed and demonstrated the five correct position* of the ' C(? t > n doing the bullet. Miss Ruth S*ay nave a tal* on "Interpretive Danclnp". Refresh- i were served by the hmtMS, [ Mlfws Alice SaJlbR. ' • • » At The Hospitals Klythrvllle HtxplUl Mrs R. L. Roberson. city. Betty Lee Whaley. Dell. R. E. Russell, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Ira Oiler. City. Dismissed: Portis Smith, Dell. Noble C. Capehart, Holland. Mo. C. Webst«r. city. Mrs. Edgar Moody. Luxora. Helen Cable. Steele. Mo. Mrs. John Clark, Luxora. Jerry Goodrich, Steele, Mo. National P.T.A. Congress Seeks Aid for Health Units CHICAGO. Feb. 18. (U.P.)—Mrs L. W. Hughe.i. Arlington, Tenn., president of the National Congv I s of Parents, and Teachers. «ald to- ciay the group has endorsed a bill I (or federal aid to local health de! parunenUs. ! She said the bill, to be introducer! in both Houses of Congress "with: In a week." would provide federa \ aid lo slales which would In turn ! distribute it to local health de- j psrlments meeting specified re- o.uiremems under federally approv- . ed plans. member of the high school was Ihe principal speaker, ire used as his subject ••yUsasrec- ment Between Home and the School?" Mrs. Jim Henry led group singing and a reading was Kivcn by Karen YouiiK. The twelfth grade room with Mrs. C. L. Moore as teacher, won the room count for the high school and the second grade taught by Mrs. Henry, won the room count for the elementary school Following Ihe meeting, refreshments were served. Church Class Has Party LUXORA. Ark., Feb. 18 —Mrs J. I Tankersley. Mrs. Paul Hays and 'Mrs. J. D. Fowler, were lios- tesse.s lo the Firiclis Cla-ss of the First Baptist Church in the social center of the church Friday night. In the absence of the president, Mrs. Jim McCullar, Mrs. Ancel Montgomery was In charge of Ihe | business session. Mrs. C. B. Wood - uve the devotional, "Open Window" and a prayer. During the social hour which followed, the hostessts served refreshments which carried out a Valentine scheme. Rutcliff, will leave tomorrow lor Glendale. Calif., where they will mnke their home. Marion Randolph Smith, who is a student at Columbia Military Academy, Columbia. Tenn., !• spending .several days here with his mother, Mr.s. Jewel Smith and his sister. Kay smith. Miss Marjorie Bcvill spent ye.i- tertlay In Memphis. Gary Wayne Gill, son of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Gill, WHS admitted to Blylheville Hospital yesterday where he will undergo treatment Jor a severe cold and other complication. Hi.s condition today ,t! much Improved. Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Rose ol Beinidji, Minn., arc spending several days here visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Smith and Mrs. Helen Hall. ,spcivs yesterday In Par- agoulri visiting Iriends. Civic Calendar \Vcdnesda> Girl Scout Lone Troop—8:00. Thursday Rotary Club—12:10 p.m. Friday Chamber of Commerce Banquet 7:00 p.m. Osceofa Events Sunday School lesson. First Baptist Church, at 1:00 p.m. Thursday Khvnnis club meeting at the elementary school at 7:00 p.m. physical check-up and treatment. Miss Emma Lee Klnnamer went to Conway Friday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Ktnna- mer, and her sister, Mrs. Ray Graham who Is leaving for Anchorage. Alaska this week. Mr. and Mrs. J S. Olive. Mr. and Mrs. Flay Olive and children motored to Hughes Sunday to visit Bob Olive and family. Mrs. J. S. Dlllahunty of Blythe- vllle spent Sunday with her mother Mrs. S. B. Terry and sister. Mrs. R. T. Ballew. H. Kurtz v;ho entered the Baptist Hospital for an appendectomy Is reported as doing fine. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Layne and!] daughter. Miss Wilma Alice Layne, j i were In Memphis Sunday as guests [ at 'a dinner party given at the I, Peabody by Mr. and Mrs. F. L. i I Layne and daughter, Mary Alice Layne honoring Mr. W. J. Lane's mother. Mrs. Settle Layne on her 95th birthday. FORT WAYNE, Ind. (UP) — Motorists who get stuck on muddy streets can get towed at the city expense. Mayor Henery E. Branning, Jr.. ordered the City Street Department, to provide the service. BOB MALONE Plaster and Stucco Phone 2029 Continuous Shows Every Day Rox Office Opens U45 Show Shirts 2:00 LISTKN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Last Time Today Variety Girl with Mury Malclwr and Deforest Kelly A!MI Slinrt ri,ufoj{;til Continuous Showing Every Day Luxora News Mr, and Mrs. G. B. Wood Sr., left for Hot Springs Monday to b< gone two weeks. Mr. nnd Mra, Anccl Montgomery had as their guests Sunday Mr. ^^^^^^i^^^^^^—^-—^-^^^— Don't Forget the Big BINGO PARTY Wednesdoy, Feb. 18, 8:30 p. m. at the LEGION HUT Prizes Valued Not Less-Than $5 All Proceeds Will fio For Building School in Blytheville Admission $1,00 Sponsored by the Ladies of the Catholic Church Thursday & Friday Brute Force with Btirt Lancaster and anil diaries Bickford Taramount News; Also Shorts Trees in the tropics are not ac.- tive me year round, but have distinct rest periods. Luxora Guild Meets LUXORA. Ark., Feb 18.-Mrs. John Ford was hosttsj to Ihe Methodist We.slcyan Guilt! in her home Monday. The buslne.v meeting wns presided over by Ihe president. Mrs. A. B. Rozclle. Miss Christine Valvcrt. program leader, introduced the subject for the evening. "Brotherhood". The rievo- tlonnl was Riven by Mrs. T. L. Stanford. During the soda! hour the hostess served » dessert and NERVOUS cranky 'every month"? Are you troubled by distress of fcmnte functional pcrlcxltc disturbances? Docs this make you feel so tired, hlsli-stnitiif. nrrrouj — at Biirh times? Then DO try Lydla E. PlnV- hAm's Vegetable Compound lorelLev*. Mich symptoms! PU\kh«n\'R Con-i- F ound In mncte e-*prciatly for tromen t ftlso has whnt Dnrtorn call A Klornachlc tonic effect! Any flrucstor* "LYDIAI, PINKHAM'SKZ Overman. Miss Eii-se Lewis, M,v> Marian May PS and Miss Lee. These Are Real Buys: 1947 Pontlac Streamlin* "8" 4 Door Low • Mileage 1941 Pontiac "8" Sedanetts 1942 Old* "6" SedaneUe 1946 DeSoro — Low Mileag, 1946 Chevrolet Fleefiine Smith Ponliac Co, 126 South Lilly St. Phone 4371 It's Spring at HEATON'S HOME of FLOWERS Before you open Hie floor you si!e H riot of color . . . and inside, Ihe fragrance of Hyacinths, Daffodils, Primroses and Carnations pives you a bloiulinj? <>f perfumes man has never equaled. O R Potted Plants Cylcamcn Primroses Hyacinths Jonquils Azalena Begonias Kalatichoes Violets Ivies Pnilodeiidrnu* Cut Flowers Phone 549 Davis at Franklin Flower* Wired Anywhert 25 Years Florist Exjwrienc* Bo\ Office Opens 6:30 Show Starts 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:1S Continuous Shows Sat. & Sun. Bargain Nifihl Every Night Kxccpt Saturday o passes honored on Sunday at Koxj Theatrej Last Time Today DOUBLE FEATURE Born for Trouble with Van .Tnhnson and Fa ye Emerson That Night With You with Franclint Tone and Louise Allbritton Thursday and Friday Op«n Dot* Ai i**n in CHARM . . , m lhi» woticUrful p'W w'h ill copricioui doity design! ll'i ai cool at a wattrfall, com* warm w«athtr ... as pretty ol ' o pictgr* any weather. Tht fabric dtiign, Carol* King'i elofl«. Palm Sprinji spun royon Junior liitl 9 to 1 J. $10.95 Strawberry Poleh Al ««in in GtAMOU* . . . juit ci much f-". « gelling lost in a berry patch, wearing thii dress Ihat's jlnipls and wnart and garnished with slraw> berrits! Pebbl« beach rayon lynspun. Junior sizes 9 lo 15. $12.95 PMM-CIMTW . -HERBERT MARSHnLl JEDEL'S PIANOS New and Used Music Instruments Repairs & Supplies Slicel Music Records Radio Repairs BROOKS MUSIC STORE 107 E. Main Phnoe Stl

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