The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 13, 1947 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 13, 1947
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BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1947- T Societu A/etui Observe Holiddy Emily' Wixson, Society Editor W Phone 4461 Lynn Duncan Wed To j. Russell Leggett Mr. and i-Mrs. Claude Duncan announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Mary, Lynn Duncan to J. Russell LeJKgett, son. of Ernest Leggett of Ripley. Tenn. The wedding was solemnized Sept. 5 at the home of the bride's parents. Tl>* Rev. T. J. Richardson, pastor of Brown's Chapel in j Manila, officiated In the presence of friends and relatives. ' The bride wore a one-piece befgc drees of crepe with black accessories and at her shoulder pinned a cor- 3*ft of rosts. Mrs. Loretta Parish, sjster of the bride, was her matron of honor and only attendant. Site wore a black crepe dress wlthi black ac- ceccories and a corsage of red roses. Carl Gene Duncan, .brother of the bride, served Air. ;.Le6eetl as best man. Immediately following'the wedding a reception was heM in the home. V .Following the brief wedding trip, Mr and Mrs. Leggett fare making^ their home at Halt Moon, where he-Is engaged in farming; Mr. and Mrs. Leggett j both attended Dell High School 'and he is a veteran of 1G montlis service in the armed forces. ; " i CBC Club Entertained By Mrs. R. A. Copeland Mrs. R. A. Copeland was hostess to members of the CBC Club yesterday at her home on Walker Park Drive. During rook games, Mrs. Alvin Hardy won high score prize, Mrs. Copeland, second, and Mrs. Paul Byrum, rooko. Playing with club members were Mrs. Fred Bean and Mrs. J.,J Cookston. Attractive bouquets of Summer flowers decorated the home for the occasion. The hostess served canapes with cookies and iced drinks. College Girl Honored With Luncheon, Dinner Miss Billie Sue Burks, who will leave this afternoon to return to Texas State College for Women, Demon was complimented with n luncheon yesterday in Jonesboro and on Thursday night with a dinner party here. Mrs. Louise Paine and Mr. ami Mrs. Marvin Sanderson entertained with yesterday's luncheon and host and hostess at the dinner party ivere Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Harris. Motoring to Jonesboro for the affair included from Blytheville the guest of honor's mother. Mrs Ouy Burks; Mrs. W. H. Doyle, Mrs. Glen Johnson and son, Wayne, and Mrs. Ira Koonce. AJnong guests when Mr. and Mrs. Harris entertained were Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Nation and son of Hayti, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs Burks. * * • ' Sorority, Frat Pledges At University Announced Blytheville Bride Mrs. Maxie Iciggs was before her marriage Wednesday Miss Joy Bell Woolridge, diuiyuter of Mrs. R. O. Woolridge. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Riggs are making their home near Hlylhevllle, where he is engaged in fanning. Bridge Parly Given At Dick Watson Home Mrs. Dick Watson of Bythevllle and Mrs. Bob Crews J)'., of Osceola entertained fi\ r e tables of bridge guests last night at the Watson home on Cherry Street. Mrs. Oils childs won high score prize In games and went to Mrs. Jimmy second high iBolton while Mrs, E. W. Watson "and i.\^rs. Max Parker tied for low. Mixed flowers were effectively arranged to decoiale the home. Trie hostess served individual cakes with Ice cream and cold drinks. Recent Bride Honored At Miscellaneous Shower Mrs. c. H. Vickcrs who was Miss Betty Kincaid of Montgomery, \V. Vn., before her recent marriage, was complimented with, miscellaneous shower last night when Mrs, T. W. Neil and Mrs. Burkes Barker entertained at tlie Barker home, 435 East Kentucky Avc. A pink and white color scheme was carried out in the flower arrangements. Tlic guest of honor's chair was decorated In the same shades and she was presented a carnation corsage by her hostesses. Mrs. Lola CulbcrUson and Mrs. Carrie Grimmett, aunts of Mrs. Vickers, were in the receiving line, and wore single carnations as did the hostesses. Mrs. Vickers was presented a recipe book containing each of the 18 guests' favorite recipe. After various games were played, refreshments of iced cakes nncl punch were served. • • • Anniversary Tea Monday To Compliment Faculty OSCEOLA, Sept. 13. — All anniversary tea will be held Monday afternoon at First Methodist Church at 3:45 o'clock in honor of members of the school faculty. This is an annual aftair and is sponsored by the Woman's Society o? Christian Service. Mrs. Jim Henry, vocalist, and Mrs. Spencer Driver, pianist, will give a musical program. Bits of News Miss Julia Ann Woodsoii will leave tomorrow for Randolph-Ma- Coll college at Lynchburg, Va. She be motored to Memphis by her parents, Mr. and iMjrs. E. B. Woodson. Mr. and Mrs. James Lemz are spending the weekend in Paducah. Ky. , Mr. and Mrs. Dave Budde returned to their home In Lansing, Mich., today after spending the past two weeks here as guests of Mrs. Turner Kissell. Meyer 'Graber Is spending the weekend in St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. Raymond Esery Is ill at home after suffering an injury to her ankle. Mis. Ijouis Applebaum and Mrs. Ike Miller spent Thursday in Memphis where iMJrs. Mlllvr consulted her eye doctor. Mrs. Zada Smith of Memphis is spending a few days -hinv with •friends. She Is a former resident of j Blytheville. • Mrs. Rose Goldberg of Osceola was in Blytheville this week. Mrs. John Beaiden and daughter. Mis. Steve Clark, of Leachville were In Blythevilk Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. T. I Seay are spending the day in Memphis. Mrs. John Gossett Sr., of Memphis is spending an extended visit with Mrs. Cal Qossett and sons, Cal and Jim. of Burdeltc. Ben Lancashire, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Lancashire, left today for Oberlin. Ohio, where he will re-enter Oberlin College for his second year. Mrs. Josiah Fort and children, Josiah and Nancy, wll leave Monday for their home in Washington, D. C.. after having been here for some time while Mrs. Port recuperated from an operation at the home of her mother, Mrs. T. J. Mahr.n. They will be accompanied by Mrs. Fort's sister, Mrs. W. B. Tanner of .Blytheville and Helena who will be guest of the Forts in Washington a week before going to Chapel Hill. N. C., where she will be house mother at the Phi Delta fraternity house at the University of North Carolina, f John Ed Regenold and Charles Crietjer left yesterday for Kentucky Military Institute at Lyndon, Ky. They went by plane from Memphis. Hussell Phillips and Ed Hegenold are in St. Louis today to -attend the ball games. Miss Nancy Hughes, Mrs. Josiah Fort and Belsy Bell were in Memphis today. . • Cullcn Dixon, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Dixon. left yesterday for the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, for his freshman y»ar. iBt Event* Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi of the Jewish temples here and in Joncs- boro, will speak tomorrow night and Sunday morning at the Rush Hashonoh, or Jewish New Year, services, first holiday observance to be conducted in the New Temple Israel on Chickasawba Avenue. His New Year Eve sermon tomorrow at 8 p.m. will be entitled, "Directions In Life", and at High Holy Day services starting Monday morning at 10:30 a.m., he has ch'oaen. "The Shofar Trumpet Calls: Awake", for Ills topic. Mrs. Segraves Hostess With Bridge Club Party OSCEOLA. Sept. 13. — Mrs. Edward Segravas entertained two tables of club members with a bridge party yesterday afternoon at her country home at High Tower. Mrs. W. V. Alexander held high score and Mrs. Sam Hodges received second high. Arrangements of Fall flowers mixed with greenery decorated entertaining rooms. A dessert course was served by the hostess. MOMMY Woman's Auxiliary of First Presbyterian Church, at tile church— 2:30 p. in. Woman's Missionary Society of First Baptist Church— 2:30 p.m. ret llu; church. Woman's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist Church —I'M p.m. at the church. Woman's Society or Christian Service of Fiist Methodist Church meeting In circle groups. Circle One, meeting with Mrs. W. P. McDanlel; Circle Tuo, Mrs. Elton Kirby; circle Three, Mrs. J. C. Guard; Circle Four, Mrs. Earl F. Ferguson. Mrs. Miuy Henley, co-hostess; Clri'le Five, Mis. O. W. Pyles and Circle Six. Mrs. Paul Pryor. Circles One and Two of Woman's Missionary Union, Calvary Baptist Church, Season of Prayer program —2 p.m. at the church. TUESDAY , Executive Board of Lange P. T. A. — 2 p. m.; followed by regular session, 3 p. m., at Lange School. Tri-Town Club-Mis. Dale Shaffer Brigm. Avalou Bunco Ulub — Mrs. Haskell . Blnnkenship. Circle Seven of the First Baptist Church— 7:30 p.m.. Dr. Edna Nies. WEDNESDAY Junior R. A.'s of First Baptist Church— 3:30 p.m. nt the church. THURSDAY Alpha Alpha Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, 8 p.m.. 'Mrs. Dick Watson 121 West Cherry St. Jolly Eight Club— Mrs. Richard Prichard. GNB Club— Mrs. Joe C. Frazler FRIDAY Mrs. Paul Byrum hostess to CBC Club. Several Blytheville students attending the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, are pledges of various sororities and fraternities there, it was disclosed today after bids were issued last night. Sorority pledges include Miss Mary Lou Joyner and Miss Virginia Swearengen, Delta Gamma, and Mrs. Jcny Hcarn entertained Miss Marilyn Deen, Chi Omega. yesterday afternoon with a party Pledging to fraternities were Rosco Crafton and Bill Williams, Sigma Chi; Mac Williams, Max Harrison and Frank Nicholson, Kappa Sigma, and John White, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Birthday Party Given coinplimenUni; her son. Harry Lynn. on third birthday. During the afternoon games were played by the 25 guests present. Rev. Jaeger to Speak At Mission Festival The Rev. Robert Jaeger, pastor of First Lutheran Church, will be guest speaker tomorrow at the annual emission Festival of St. John's Lutheran Church at Lafe. Ho will- speak in both morning and afternoon services. His topic for the morning will be "Ye Shall Be Witnesses to Mel", and in the afternoon, his topic will be "Four Ways of Reaching Souls for Christ.", a topic in keeping with the Erich One Reach One personal missionary program or the Lutheran Church. In the Rev. Mr. Jaeger's absence, there will be no service at First Lutheran Church here. Polly Wilson to Speak At Fellowship Meeting Miss Polly Wilson of the Child Welfare Office will be guest speaker at the MethodLst Youth Fellowship of the First Methodist meeting Sunday night. Miss Wilson will discuss with the Seniors and Young People some phases of her work in the Welfare Department. The program will begin with a fellowship supper. At The Hospitals WAH.S HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. Jake Halstead. Steele, Mo Mrs. Andy white, Rt. 3, city. Mrs. Wayne Cooper. Steele, Mo. Murphy Wiilingham, HI. 3, city. Mrs. Bertha Smith Dell. Bobby Johnson, city. . ; ••>•.'• J. C. Garrett, Dell. I. D. McDermott. city. BAPTIST HOSPITAL, Memphis Dismissed: Hazel While, Osceola. KLYT1IEVILI.G HOSPITAL Admitted: Miss Mary Ann Smith, city. Dismissed: ^ Patsy Jane McHaffcy. city. M. A. Thompson. City. Births: Born to Mr. and Mrs. William Glass-Lined Coat Civic Calendar MONDAY Junior Chamber of Commerce— 7:30 p.m. TUESDAY Lions Club—12:15 p.m. American Legion—8 p.m WEDNESDAY Kiwanis Club—12:10 pin THURSDAY , Rotary Club—12:10 p.m. FRIDAY Football: Senior High Chicks vs Paragould here. Junior High Paps vs Helena there. I Featherweight fiber glass—war ( tested insulation material used by i the airforces—crashes the fashion 'scene as interlining in thisswash- ] buckling double-breasted tan gabardine stadium cont. Boasting "the ability to give great warmth without adding bulk to the coat, the springy super-fine glass fibers are unaffected by moths or moisture. The coat, wind-resistant and water- repellent for maximum protection, is nylon-lined and has a luxuriously furred Laskin mouton collar. Buttons are leather covered. Rites for Woman Conducted Today CARUTHERSVfLLE, MO., Sept. 13. --Funeral services for Mrs. Mrytle Mtiscton. wife ol the late E. C. Mftstlun, were held here this morning, at 9 o'clock at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church, with the Hev. Mr. P. J. Doyle officiating. Mrs. Mascion cued this week at the home of her sons in Himtsvilk', Texas, where she was visiting. Death was attributed to a heart attack. Following the death of Mr. Masdon sometime ago. Mrs. Mnsdon h»cl been making her home in Tulsa, Okla., where.her youngest son. Earl Masdon, also lives. She became ill about two weeks a^o while visilin;; her sons, Cluster and Paul Masrion. at Huntsvllli!, and early Thursday mc'rning, suffered another heart attack which proved fatal. Helena Residents face Propane Rate Increase LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Sept, 13. (UP) — Residents or city officials of Helena have been given the alternative of presenting their side of the case, or facing an automatic propane gas rate Increase within 30 days. The Public Service Commission announced yesterday that a public hearing on the rate increase asked by the Arkansas Utilities of Helena will be held only if Helena residents ask for one. Spa Seeks Air Line HOT SPRINGS, Ark., Sept. 13 (UP) — Chicago and Southern Airways officials, scheduled to fly to •Hot Springs today from Memphis, arc expected to discuss contracts which would pave the way .for airline service to the SPA. However, any agreement would have to be approved by the Civil Aeronautics Board. Caruthersville Man Hurt Diving In Shallow Water CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo.. Sept. 13. —Robert O. Sharp Jr. of Caruthersville, sustained 1 two fractured vertebrae of the neck when he slipped as he attempted to dive into Wolf Bayou and landed head first in i shallow water. The accident occurred about daylight, as a group i was waiting for it to get light enough !to go block fishing. ! Following treatment at the clinic here, Sharp was taken to Campbell Clinic at 'Memphis, where it was learned today that he will probably be confined five to six weeks in special harness. Shaip is operator of the new night club, Club Velvet, on Highway 84, between here and Hayti. Hyatt, Manila, night.. a daughter last The hostess served refreshments of ice cream, cake and iced drinks. Manila News Carl Morrow or Ypsilnntt. M:eh., is visiting his sister, Mrs. Ernest Horsley and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lcc Carter have returned home after spending two weeks in Benton Harbor. Mich., visiting their son, Raymond C'arter and family. Merrill Osborne, who spent ths Summer with his parents, Mr. and Mi's. Bryan Osborne, has returned to the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, where he will be a senior. Read Courier News Want Ads Miss Betty Jean -Fleeman will leave tomorrow for Columbia, Mo., where she will enter Stephen's College. •;••.-. iMrs. Max Isaacs and sons, Tommy and William, arrived home yesterday from Brooklyn, N. Y. r where they have been visiting Mrs. Isaacs' parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Kennelly. Mirs Betty Jane Milligan, cadet nurse in Memphis, is spending the sreekend with her parents, Mr. and 'Afi-s, Clyde .Milligan. Mr. and Mrs. Vernoh Clark and children of Benton Harbor have returned home after n visit with Mrs. Clark's father, A. E. Scott, who is ill. Mrs. Billy Rhodes has left for her home in Detroit, Mich., after spending three weeks .with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nowlin. There is no shell on a shark's egg. The" covering is leathery and as elastic as India rubber. Reconditioned Motors for Sale ALL GOOD MOTORS! Recently reconditioned in our shop, using latest factory methods. Come in 1-30 H. P. to \y.> H. P. These motors will do the job. See them today! Medlin & Lane Electric Company 129 So. First Phone 2180 Read Courier News Want Ads. Too Late to Classify For Rent Bedroom — 314 N. 3th. Phone 2338. . . . 9.9-llk-IQ'9 For Safe Iljivt a few more nice lots left Rolll-son new sul)-cUvision —. West I or Highway 61 on Crunp MouHrlc * Drive — P.i blocks North of new school site which ore restricted to nlc»' homes. One new house completed mid open for Inspection to the public (U sill times. This is the fourth sub-division I hnve opencO In lUythovUlc. all lots have lieon developed Into homes and the resales hAvc doubled in vahir- •O. S. Koltisoii 405 N Broadway Phone 3309 9 ll-cK-9'16 Opening Sept. 15th Thompson's Studio 418 W. Main Roll Film Delivered 40c Any Kind of Commercial •'holography In Natural Colors or illack & While PORTRAITS Aerial Pictures--Anything—Anywhere Old Photographs Restored v Satisfaction Guaranteed •, i O*TMd and operated by Vernon Thompson and ,• , ' Jimmie L. Arnold GOOD JOB! Work That'll Please Him Please your husband by sending his suits to us. \Ve do expert workmanship at moderate prices. \Vc keep your man at his best! "• Blytheville Steam Laundry-Cleaners Phone 4418 406 W. Main Phone 591 Best Farm Epuipment AT THE LOWEST PRICES! HOE-TRAC GARDEN TRACTOR ' Here's \he One garden tractor that will Ho most jobs for you. Has 15 different attachments—far more llian any oilier garden traclor made. Vet it's lower priced at Wards. Powerful—ccoiiomical-lo-opcralc 1M H.P. motor! Shipment of Bassinettes i Just Arrived! \ TOT SHOP 110 So. 2nd St. Phone 2308 NOTICE TO PUBLIC The law offices ot Gene E. Bractley have been moved to -111 W. Main. (Across street from Montgomery Wiircl.) Montgomery Ward Monday Special Lacy Net . j c Curtain 1 n \ Enjoy our delicious, select, well- cooked foods . . . swiftly, courteously served! Eyerytime you dine out treat yourself to maximum pleasure at minimum prices! JOHNS CAFE 409 West Main St. Phone 3000 ' , Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN S:M a,m. 12:45 p.m €:M pj» SATURDAY ~ Tarzan and Huntress with Johnny Weismuller, Serial "Jack Armstrong" No. 14 and Short Cont'd Shows Sat. 12:30 to 11:30 Sunday and Monday Paramount News and Short Continuous Show Son. 1:IS-1I:« Box Office Opens at 1:90 pun. Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Opens Sunday 1:30; Starts 1:15 i Continuous Shows Sat. and SIB. | Barxaln Night Everj Nl(ht Except Satnrda* I No t*mt* honored on Bandar •* j the Saturday Drifting River with Kdrfic Dean Serial "Black Widow" No. 3 * Short Cont'd Shows Sat. 12:30 to 11:30 Sunday and Monday .. MONTGOMERY SOlVt A MYSTERY! Fox News »nd Selected Short . I:1S I* Oj 1

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