The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 23, 1948 · Page 4
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rotm BLl'lHETILLB {ARK.f COUHTER ITEWi MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2S, oce 'ettf, F'hone 4-161 Woman's Club Is Setting For Informal Reception Mr. and Mrs. Jack Flnloy Hobln- •on, who returned Friday from their wedding trip to points of Interest Jo Mexico, were honored yesterday when his sisters, Mrs. Hugh WhlUHt und Mtss Mary Adah Robinson entertained with an Informal reception at the Woman* Club. Approximately 300 guests called between the hours of three and six to meet Mrs. Robinson, who prior to her marriage February 7, was Miss Ellene Lamb of West Memphis Floor baskets of melon and pink gladioli were- attractively arranged in the club house, while green and white color scheme was used in the decorating of the nmntle and the refreshment table. An arrangement of white gladioli, tulips and stock • gainst > background of ferns and greenery and flanked by white, tap- trs burning In silver candelabra centered the fire place mantle, ami the fireplace itself was flanked with twin floor baskets of melon and pink gladioli. 'A large basket of the same colorful flowers was used In the entrance hsll to the club house, and smaller vases were arranged on the piano and in the window embrasures of ' the entertaining rooms. The refreshment table, roveied with a lace Italian cloth held as a centerpiece a silver epergne which was reflected on a mirror garlanded with puffs of mallne. A green satin bow frotn which streamers were formed and placed the length of the table, extended from the centerpiece. The silver lea service and the green glowing tapers in silver holders added to th attractiveness of the table as did the assorted party fonds. which Included individual cakes iced in green and decorated with rosebuds, served with mints, salted nuts and green Russian lea. Mrs. Phillips Robinson and Mrs. Recent Bride Mrs. Bill Wagnon was before her marrlHRC Feb. 13. at the Immaculate Conception Church. Mis; Ruby fs'el! Bevill. d-.iUKliUn 1 <lf Mr. and Mrs. Rube Bevill of Gosncll. Freeman Robinson presided i\t thr 1 s t m i v of voice Miss Johnscn Honored With Farewell Party Mi.^s Hrlma Johnscn was honored .Saturday nlprht at the Woman's Club, when fellow employes of tire Arkansas-Missouri Poucr Company here complimented her wilh a surprise iHtrwcll dinnei 1 danrr. Miss .Inhnsou will leave Mai'rli II for Nr'v York city. N. V.. wiirrn she will attend tlie New Vork Colof Muslr, to continue her Bits of News refreshment (able. Mrs. WhllsltL and Miss Robinson i dom"i "\ a ng '"taijli were assisted In entertaining throughout the afternoon by Mrs. W. \V. Hawkins. Mrs. R. E. may- lock, Mrs. R. E. Blaylock Jr.. Mrs. Eric Whilley. Mrs. Roy Nelson, Mrs. Melvin Haisell. Miss Anita Faye Beck, nnd Gall Whitsltt. Mrs. Robinson wore for the oc- CRSion, a frock of pine silk in a itriklng black and white print, accented with black accessories. Legion Hut Is Setting For Cotillion Club Dance Mr. and Mrs. Willard Pease. Mr. • nd Mrs. J. Farris McCalla and v Mr. and Mrs. R M. Logan were host and hostesses Saturday night • t 9:00 o'clock at th p Legion Hut when they entertained Cotillion Club, members and a laiga number of guests The tabl e at which a.ssorlcd party foods were served was, covered with a white cloth nnd cenler- fd .with a miniature cherry tree I »nd "« figure.of George Washington I flanked by blue tapers In sliver! candlcbra. Guests for the alfalr Included , Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Thomasson, i Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Borum, Mr. and Mrs. Saniorri Boone. Mr. and ! •Mrs. J. p Montandon, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Morris, Mr. and Mr*. Fred Fleeman, Mr. and Mrs. 1 A. R. Olson, Miss May Dlxon, Marlon Gray of Birmingham, Ata., Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Blan Heath, Mr and Mrs. Maurice Luttrell. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Godwin, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whitwovth Mr. and Mrs- Joe P. Pride Jr., and' white linen cloth mid rcntcml with a low crystal howl filled with Pi- rardy cladlnli flanked by blue lap- ris burning in c-rv.sla! candelabra. Following tlie diniHT ;tn informal pi'ORi-am was held with Bancroft Terry serving as tnastinaster. Later the quests danced. Miss Johnscn, who wore a tomato red frock with black accessories, pinnrd a corsage of white carnations, a Rift of Ihe employes, p.t her shouldpr. She mp.de a brief talk after which she sang "Now Is The Hour", nnd ff>r an encore' "Inrilrm Love Call". She was also presented with a going away gift from the : group. j The clubhouse was attractively I decorated with while and Pleardy : gladioli for Die nlfalr. Included nmonc the pueMj; was Robb M. \\'insl>orough of Chicago, III. Doris Bean and Donna Rue Oorc spent Saturday in .Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. William T. Stewart of Jonesboro. spent the weekend here as, quests of their parents, Ml. and Mrs. U. H. Holt and Mr, and Mrs. B. F. Stewart. Jerry Haley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Haley, has made the honor roll for the first semestr-r at Arkansas state College. Jonesboro, where 1 he J,s a Junior. He also Is treasurer of Zcta Tail Zeta fraternity there. Condition of Porter Smith, who has hern ill for the past four weeks at Walls Hospital Is much Improved. He is recnpcratitli; at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Tcddie R. Andrr.soir: Tile Hin', Bernard A Rrackni Iff! Uui.w inr Bikcsvon, Mo., where lie will attend to business this week. Mr, and Mrs. .lames L. Fi.'Cl' and daughter, Jacqueline of El Paso. Tex,, have imh'rd to spend several davs here with Mrs. riser's parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Justus. Another dauRhler, Miss Mayo McCall of St. Ixxiis, flew down yesterday morn- Ing to Join them. Mrs. James Hill Jr., returned and Mrs. Guthrie King. Condition of C. A. itidiards, who is a patient at the Baptist Hospital In Memphis, is unchanged Mrs. E. J. White and daughter. Maltha Miller White of West Memphis wcr e guests yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Finlry Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Benme Hessie have ! returned from a months visit with buffet style ; Mrs. Hessie's relatives in Panama covered with a I City in Ihe Panama Canal /.one. Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Baptist Y. W. A. meeting at the First nantlst Church at 7:30 p.m. with Miss Ellsc Lewis as hostess. Tuesday Fellowship supper at (he First Methodist Church at 1:00 p.m. for young people and seniors. Lo Neuve Club meeting at Ihe home ol Mrs. Melvin Hals.il! at 8:00 p.m. \VrrIiie.sday Mrs. 1 E- n. Lancashire will he hostess at her home with a 1 o'clock luncheon lor members ol Chanter D, P. E. O. Sisterhood. Town and Country Club members meeting at the home of Mrs. P. n. Foster. Seekers Class bible study at Ihe First Methodist Chrch at 8:30 p.m. Mrs, Speck McGregor will entertain Avalon Bunco Club mem hers. Wednesday Bricipo Club meeting at the home of Mrs. W, J. Wun derllch. Woman's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian Church will meet at the church at 1:00 p.m. for a pot hick supper and the third In lire series of the study of the boois ol Matthew, conducted by the Rev Harvey T. Kldd, pastor. Thursday Mrs. Elva Pop entertaining Jolly Eiyht Club members. C!ub Eipht members beinp entertained at the home of Mrs. Gral 1 111 .Sndbury. Mid-Week Club meeting at the home of Mrs. B. A. Lynch. G. N. B. Club members meetinK at ihe home of Mrs. John Tyrone. Octette Club will be entertained at the home of Mr.s. James Hill Jr. Friday Balancing Act Spotlight Focused On Second Place In AIC Cage Race (By United Press) The spotlight was focused on second place In the Arkansas Inter- collgiate Conference basketball race today as two quints prepared to battle It out In the final week of play. The conference crown was cinched earlier by Arkansas State Teachers of Conway. At the present time Hcndrix, with 11 victories and four defeats, holds a tight Rrasp on second place. The Conway five, however, leads Ouachita by only 29 percentage points. Ouachita has won ten and lost four. Hendrix must play one more game, meeting the Magnolia A. and M. Miileridcrs in Conway to- niehf while Ouachata has to play two more sanies. Ouachita will meet Henderson i n Arkadelphia tomorrow and College of the O/arks at Clarksvillc Saturday. O\uiois of ir goes by bul.u *. m i- conventional i. vpcs B!I ^ ils Connie Schiiylcr 8 .uns herself on n onc-i urine, sled in sitow-swailioii Cleveland park. attendance campaign in March at 7:00 pm. C. B. C. club being entertained at tire home of Mrs. C. S. Dowdy. ] The Past Matrons and Patrrm;; of the Eastern Star will meet I • 'lay 7:00 o'clock at the home of Dr. I and Mrs. J. A. Saliba for a not j luck supper. Sunday Formal tea honoihiR Mrs. Gilbert i Dee Hammock. Beta Sigma Phi's berth in the NCAA playoffs. , 'Woman of the Year" at the T. 1. Scay home. 151-1 W. Chickasawba. Baylor Bears Don SW Conference Basketball Crown NEW YORK. Feb. 23 (UP)— Baylor in I lie Southwest nnd Brigham YoiniB i" the Rockies donned crowns today as the nation's college conferences buckled down to the business of passinR out. basketball cham- ploiistups. In the Southwest — Baylor clinched Ihe title when Texas lost to nice and Arkansas during the week. Baylor meets Texas Wednesday but the Rame now carries no signifi- Britain • is considering roof-top roadways for city through-traffic. Roads would rest on the tops of 100-fool-high. business building with crass streets bridged. HELP'"..WCOUfiH SJPTOL Mll.rl.i t. H.,d. COLDS (.lives you inslant 1'cliof to a .ilufT- cd-up litaii-cold and cough. IhroaL irritation *rnl hoarseness due to a coNi. Sijitol loosens iKe phlegm in tlie nn^n] and broncial trni-i, and makes breath ing easier and checks excessive coupli'mi*, G1:T SI PT O L TO " AV cance, Baylor automatically £eUs n Mrs. E. Wilson Hostess To Demonstration Club Recital To Be Given By Fowlston Students The Fowls! nn Rcluuil of MuMr will prtv-ent a recital Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Blythr-viUe High Schno] Auditorium. .Miss Billle Galni's Mann, ter of Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Mnnn of Oscoola, will br a puest on the profram. playlnc Bach's Two Part Invention No. Ki!*ht and Second Arabesque. Debussy. Nancy Hamilton, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. George Hamilton will play Bach's Two Part Invention No. four ami -Sonata Op. 49 No. Two by Beethoven. Other student* wlm will particl- Mrs. James Pease of Memphis' who pat!! arc Milly An " B ™ (I1 <:y. Bcver- ftle the houscgucsts of Mr. Pease's ly J "" es - Marilyn Jonos. Kniily Rue brother. Willard Pease Pease and Mrs Seven Mi'ssco Pupils On U. of A. Honor Roll Seven Mississippi County stuckni.s and six Irorn Southeast Missouri were among 159 who made the Int,' semester honor roll at Ar^iins,).; State Collepe, Jonesboro, ii was an- ' nounced.today. Two of the Mississippi Cuur.l;i:;:-, . Jaiv.es L. Miritlleton of Lraciuillo and .Miss Anabelle Threlkeid n: Manila, were among 10 students \\i\o made straight "A" crade.s tor (he first half year's work. Other Mississippi County Marten's listed on the honor roll were: John W. Easlcy of Burdclte. N. G. Cnr'- wright of Osceola. .rohn J. lluley n'. Blythevi'.le. Miss Daphne J. vim? of Leachville and Gilbert Taylor 1.1 Manila. Students from Soutlie.ist Mu^oun who made the honor roll w?re Mi.-s , Beltye Masters of Arbyrd. H,irr> Larchc o! Kranctt. Robert G. Ea«>:i Damon. Brtly l.ce Garrolt. Martha Ann Foster, Oliver Coppcdpe, Dick Foster, 1-arry Campbell, Ji:an- Ita Ferguson. Evn Lee Clraves and Bally McCntchcn all of niythevillc. L<netta Fnrl.s. Piitty Frakcs. Marv Michie anil Jtintuy Calleiis all of Stoele. Mo.. Anna Loiiuc Hundley nf Vnitiio, Winl frrd Krnwricht nf Cii>..nell a]id Pat Hnlder and Mary Anil Tnnip'Kins nf IliinlrMn. Vrvic-e M'ideni.s wlio will parltrl- P'.ilr- hx-ludi- Mary Jo Kuton, Jj m and Sur Mi C'u-r. Joe PaikniMin of Caru- nnd Chink-.-, [3r Priest ailrt .vMin. b«th n[ S'.cele. Mrs. E. Wilson was hostrss at her home Thursday. Feb. 19. to Ihe Shady Grove Home Demonstration Club, with 12 members and two vis- ! iiors attending. Mrs. K, S. Loveless called the meet ing to order and the dcvoti'uin! ; wns given by Mrs. Wilson. A pravcr j as given by Mrs. I,. Boling follow- J d by group singing. Roll call was answered by the icmtcrs telling of some hero w^iise birthday comes in February n uiit'S rvere piayed after which tlie hos- tt-s-i assisted by Mrs. L. Williams, served refreshments. At Tlie Hospitals nlyllierillr IlDS|illal Dismissed: Mrs. Olllp Chlsm. Haytl. Mrs. Gerald Smith and baby, city Charles .Southern. Steelp. Mo. Mrs. Cmlton James, city. Bob Burns, city. Walls llnspllnl Di>inis.sr-rt: Mrs. A. W. Spencer, Arraorel. Mrs William Gilland. Leachville. Lucille Landnim. city. Mrs. A. W. Boycl. Little Rock. Blight Resistant Oat Promised Mid-West LINCOLN. Neb. 'UPi— Midwestern fanners havr been promised a new Victoria blight-resistant oat variety by 1049. Experimental stations in Nebraska. Iowa and Kansas worked with the U.S. Department of agriculture in devolripinc, the new variety. It was christened N'emaha. since Nemaha rountlrs In Kaiuri^ and Nebraska arc in its area of use. About 2.5CIO bushels was produced last year, but nn snM will be available for cpnrra] distribution until next yoiii. It was said Civic Calendar Monday Junior Chamber of Commerce— Board of Director's—7:30 p.m. University of Arkansas. Alumni ; Association, Courthouse—7:30 p.m. Tiipsdny Lion's Club—12:15 p.m. American Legion—7:30 p.m. Wednesday Kiwanls Club—12:10 pin. Thursday Rotary Club—12:10 p.m. Read Courier News Want Adi Osceola Events Tuesday Rotary Club meeting at the Masonic Hail at 12:10 p.m. Literary Club meeting at the home of Mrs. Ed Wiseman. A call meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary at the home of Mrs. George Ruin.s at 7:30 p.m. Thursday Khvanis Cliib meeting at the Ei- enicntary School at 7:00 p.m. j -NOTICE- SUE'S BEAUTY SHOPPE LOCATED AT 310 DOUGAN ST. Now Open For Business Vt'e Ho All Types Rcauty Work SATISFACTION GUARANTEED For Appointments Day or Evenings MRS. KELTON FRANCIS Owner and Operator Phone 2910 The giant tortoise of the New Vork zoological parclcn l.s America's oldest Inhabitant. It Is mor« 'han 200 j'eai's old. Promptly relieves COUGHS of CHESTi COLDS Br»ki Up Surf »c. Congestion, Too I At thp first sign of'a chest coid—rub Musterolc on chest, throat and back. It inalanll'j atari* to relieve coughs and tight sorenc-sa in chest muscles. Then good old reliable Mustcrol* | helps break up painful surface con- • gc-stion and checks irritation. In 3 strengths. At all drugstores. PIANOS New and Used jiTtisic Inslriimcnls Rcpnirs & Supplies Sheet Music Records Kadio Repairs BROOKS MUSIC STORE 1(17 E. Main Phnoe 811 Famous A!R STEP Shoes Yes, we're proud lo announce thai AIR STEPS are back again after a five-year absence! Due to non- availability of select leaters, production of AIR STEP was curtailed during (he war. Js'inv they're back in bigger und better selection than ever before. Come in and see them. 1. MODESS REGULAR in (be. blue. box. Ideal for average needs. The .size most women use. 2. MODESS JUNIOR in the green box. Slightly narrower for those who find a smaller napkin more comfortable. 3. MODESS SUPER in tho orchid box. For women who need above-average protection. AIL SIZES NOW ON SALE AT YOUR FAVORITE STORE Thp thrrr* V:im<,vn ni:ii:r.rUc pn!r-* ;i!'c nn Prnur nf \V;Urs I-land. Bf.oihi,! fpninMiln and TJmh'irM r-l;ind, in the Noitlv.ve*t Tcrrl- tonp* of Canada. /S YOU& CAP. SEE US FOR A SHELTON Motor Company U» W. Ash Dial 4-138 Just In! 'Little Women's' Originals the very thing for her Easter . $3.95 $5.95 and $6.50 LOOK! Bassinettes $5.95 Bassinette Liners $5.95 IHE TOT SHOP Mrs. Mauricc( Shirley) Sunder* 110 South 2nd SI. Phone 2:j()X Let Us Put A New ROYAL TYPEWRITER In Your Office! fi* 1 "* for yoursolf that tlift (ifTT Roya] In naslpr to oprrat^. riocji hfIfT work fR^trr, Wr- arp nuthorl/>cd rcprpsentalUr.s for Mi^iMlpp] County. Farly tio- livory nn 1948 nrdrrF.. For Service On all m;ikos call .lamps c!—I'honc 2ol3 Conlinuous Shows Every Day Box Office" Opens 1:45 Show Slarls 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:4.5 p.m. 4:30 p.m. ', Ojf ' | Last Time Today ~ Mertonof the Movies with Red Skelton anrl Virginia O'Brien Paramount N 7 eivs; Also Shorts CniiUnuous Showing Kverytlay Tuesday and Wednesday The Ghost of Mrs. Muir wilh Gene Ticrney anrl Hex llArrisnn Also ShLirt Subjrrts Conlinuous Shoeing Everyday WORLD'S NO. 1 TYPEWRITER Samuel F. Norris Printers - Office Outfitter* - Stationers Arrnss Vrnrn CUy Bags to Match Rich, creamy suede with warm gold undertones, and alt the "opulence of an Indian potentate! Here in a slim, ileck 'ling, pUtformed (or your cushiony comfort. Box Office Opens 6:30 Show Starts 6:45 I Opens Sunday 1:00: Starts 1:15 I Continuous Shows Sat. Ac Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Kxcept Satcrrtay No passes honored on Sunday at Roxy Theatrtf fn» ihoe wirri r/i youthful fed Time Today Wake Up and Dream \vlth .Inhn Pa.vne and .fiinf Haver Fox N'em and Selected Short Tuesday nnd Wertnesday DOUBLE FEATURE A Stolen Life »

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