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SATURDAY, SKPTKMWCK 20, 1947 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE NewA Kmily Wixson, Society Editor Phone -t 101 Dinner Party Given For Mrs. R. L. Gaines Mrs. R. L. Gaines was complimented last night when Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Gaines entertained witli a birthday dinner at their home on Cherry Street. Guests Cor the uflair included ft. L. Gaincs and their two daughters. Misses Billie Louise and Mary Prances Gaines. Other members of the , Guines family \vere also present and out-of-town guest was Mrs. Pearl Hartley of New Orleans, La. Bouquets of early Fall Ilowe._ decorated entertaining rooms of the home. Mrs. By rum Hostess To CBC Club Members Blytheville High I Band Adds Color ! For Grid Contest Blytheville Hiali School's maroon and white band, led by Drum Major June Buchanan, made a brief but effective appearance at the half of last night's football game with the Paraeould Bulldogs. The band used the populur new battery lights for formations on a darkened field. Spelling "Hello, l'.m". the band formations were made quickly and accurately with no apparent confusion, attesting to Hand Master Karl Wadenpfuhrs precision drilling practices, Missing, however, were the almost traditional performances by the majorettes, H featured attraction of Chick football games for n number Mrs. >aul liyruiii was hostess to ° r velus - When appearances are members of the CEO Club lerday afternoon at her home Highway ui, \vith cue guest other than members, Miss Edna Lovett. Mrs. Alvin Hardy received high sec TO and Mis. Byrutn second, and Mis. o. O. Elkins won rooko. Bouquets of roses and other flov.Tn; decorated the home. '1 'h? hostess served a salad plate with it-ed drinks. Mrs. ,Vcst Complimented At Crystal Shower Party Mrs. James Vest, who was Miss Katin-yn Robertson before her cent marriage, was honored last night when Mrs. Clco Wren en- tcitaine'd at her hcmc with a crystal shower. Fffcclive bouquets of roses and crepe myrtle decorated the home to form a setting fcr the 1C guests. When the group played games, prizes went to Mrs. Byron Moore and Mrs. Vest. of a sandwich with punch were yes- . lengthened and more routines pcr- I fccl «l llltcr '" lhc season perhaps Lhe performances, which have hitherto included a Chickasaw war dance nnd n boogie-woogie routine, will he resumed. Both the pep music clurjiiR the first half of the game and the marching music were food for this early in the school year. Also adding zip and color to the Kames were cheer lenders Lela Hose Castlio, Mary and Maithn Travlor Mary Frances Gaincs, Susy Crafton. Dorothy Linn, Paige Uatclifr. Kath- criue Martin and Mary Jo Eaton. On LSU Faculty f c l,Mrs. Thweatt Hostess To Luxora Book Club Refreshments sandwich plate served. LUXORA, Ark.. Se Bits of News Mo-ltUf. PeA.lan.al R. E. Fcndler will leave tomorrow to return to Atlanta. Gu.. where he Is a senior law student at Emory university, after having been the houseituest of his parents. Mr. nud Mrs, A. Fendler In Manila. Me idso visited his brother, Oscar Fcndler, here. ^ The son born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Ben Eoff Tuesday at Tidwcll's Clinic has been named Benny Rich- aid. She is the former A^jss Edith Jackson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Farmer Jackson of Dell. Pvt. George W. Brown, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Revest Brown of lilylhc- villc, has been assigned duty as A salvage technician at Smoky Hill army air field Saliu-i, Kan. lirown. has been in the service shu-e M ircli. 1D4G. Mr.s. B. F. Gay and granddaughter, Miss Gay Ganigan. spent today in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. IJ. K. TJonduranl have returned to their home In Fort Worth. Tex., after having been | quests for the pr.sl three weeks of the Lutes families. They were accompanied home .by Mr. Hondu- rant's mother of Kentucky, who also spent a brief time here. Mr. and Mrs. c. E. Edds were called yesterday to Chicago because of the illness of Ihclr son, Edward Edds, who is undergoing treatmen John li. Mitchell Aftor spending a vacation wit! his mother in Osccolii. John I Mitchell has returned to liatoi I.n., to become a rescarc assistant in the Uni\'erslty's tic pattment of rural socloiogy, Mr. Mitchell obtained his mas Coming Events Social Calendar SUNDAY Miss Mam-cm Hurl will become he bride of Uriiny Wilsun, MONDAY OEO club— Miss Jsilye Clultf- liulTimiii. Calvnry Unptisl WMU Circle Ou« ---Mrs. John Holmes; Circle Two ---Mrs. JiK'k AUnwny. WMS. I'lrsl liiijillsl Church. oclliiK In drclo groups. Clivlc One—Mrs. Clco LiuiKslon; circle Two-Mrs, li. E. Vim Hoosc'r; Circle Three—Mrs. a. li, niedsor; Circle Four—Mrs. EM> Carson; Circle Five --Mrs. 1,'oyit Stlckinnii; .Circle Six -Mrs. C. tj. U'uions. YOUIIB Woman's Association. First llupltst Clitircli-Mrs. KHMdl ftllSli TUESDAY Til-Town club — Mrs. llnyncs Fnri. Club Eiglit—Mrs. Charles l/ingh- lon. Avnlon llunco Club--Mrs. I'aitl Mahon. THURSDAY Jolly Rlylil dull—Mrs. N, 11 Hl'.ikcmore. Civic Calendar Junior MONDAY C'lituuljLT of Cutnlncrcc tor's rtc-uree in Ails and Sciences 'Board of Ulri?clnr.s—7:33 p.m. from I- a. u. lust inotilli iiiul um- J'M-ccI in rural sociology wllh u minor in uurlculUmil economics. Foltcnvinji his graduation lie. assisted in innkin» ;\ .survey for the Louisiana health department. <\ KiacUmte of Osreola HiKll School, in 11)43, and enrolled for &;rmlualc he chtiilncc! his bachelor's decree study when he returned from service wllh the Army Air Forces His mother i:; Mrs. j. 15. Mitcbell. Rush Parties Planned At Alpha Delta Meeting At a special meeting of Alpha Delta Chapter of Bsta Sigma Phi sorority yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. T. H.-Carawav, final plans were made fcr the rush par- tics for prospective new members. A committee which has made plans and arrangements for the rush season is made up of Mrs Caraway. Mrs. Gilbert. D. Ha I mock, Miss June Gosncll and Mrs. Ben Henderson. Dinner Party Honors Miss Iva Louise Scay Miss Iva Louise Seay was guest- of-honor last night when Mr. and t. Mrs. Tom Cnllis. welcomed Mrs. Rob Roy Lake as a new member- and other guests, who were Mrs. j. s. Olive, Mrs. Auten Chitwocd. Mrs. Tye Adams. Mrs. J. W. Cariy, Mrs. Cecil Wright. Mrs. H. L. Swain and Miss Eunice Shinn. Reviewer, vrs. Charles Lswls, reviewed "The. Life of Lewis Carroll", by Florence 'Becker Lennon. and save, "The Mad Ten Party", from Carrol's book. "Alice in Wonderland". She also displayed copies of recently published literature for children. These books were obtained from the Mississippi County Librarian, through the courtesy of the librarian. Miss McDougal. The hostess served ice cream airi cake. Carolyn. Mrs. Day is the fonucr Miss Charlyn McLcod. daughter of Mi-, and Mrs. George McLcod. | Miss Eloise Barnes. Mrs. Utho Barnes and Miss Hope Whiworlh spent today in Memphis. j Mrs. Lcttie Lillard and Mrs. Edgar Brown of Flint, Mich., both formerly of Blytheville, are visiting Miss Ruby Brown a|id Miss Minnie Brown. Mrs. Kate Bunch and other i friends here and Mrs. A. D. Fielder in Stcele, Mo. 1 Rube Cai-son who has been in Little Rock training with the Universal Credit Co.. for the past two weeks, arrived luune today to spend At The Hospitals HLYTIIKVU.LK HOSPITAL Admitted: I.loyd French, city. Riifus Downlnij, city. Mrs. R. H. P. Burks, city. Johnny Holifield. city. Dis tnissed: Mrs. Ethel Dcjounctt. llayli, Mo. Henry Garner, Wilson. Patsy Costlier. Manihi. Luclnda Cole. city. Mrs. Herbert Pierce. Stcele. Mo. Mrs. J. B. Necdhum and baby. city. Mrs. licllon Thacker and baby, \rmorel. WAI.I.S UOSI'lTAI, Mrs. Oscc Nunnally and baby. city. Mrs. J. A. Mask. Rtc. 1. city. Warren Gray, Walnut Ridge. BAPTIST HOSPITAL, Memphis Dismissed: Cleve KiniberHn, Joiner. [Party for Bridge Club Given fay Miss Ballon OSCEOLA, Sept. 20.—Miss Mary Elizabeth Ballou was hostess to four tables of club members Thursday nteht when she entertained rt bridge at her home on Lee Avenue. Mrs. Milton James of Baltimore, Mrs. Forrest. Moore were host and Mtl - wll ° is lhe llous eguest of her hostess with a birthday-dinner par-i m ° tllor ' Mrs C ' c - B <™eri. was the ty at their home on Highway 18 °"'?. ? the1 ' 8uest ' Highway 18 West. A profusion of Fall flowers decorated entertaining rooms of the home. A large birthday cake centered the buffet and was flanked with candles in novelty candle holders. Luxora PTA Meeting Held at High School LUXCRA. Ark.. Sept. 20. _ The Luxora Parent Teachers' Association held its first mcctiii!; of the present term in the High School iiuditorium Wednesday afternoon. Attending the meeting were 50 parents nnd teachers. The prcsidonl, Mrs. T. L. Stan- lord, presented the topic of tiic year. 'The P. T. A. Meets the Community's Challenge", and introduced Mrs. WcrlEtced as program leader for (he meetini;. She also welcomed »nd introduced the new teachers. Mrs. steed stated the topic for the meeting, "The P.T.A. Flans to Act." and introduced committee chairmen who told the plans of the various committees for meeting the community's challenge. Mrs. T. D. Wilkins, chairman of the Year Book Committee, presented each member wilh a vcar book. Mrs. Jnlin Thweatt read" the constitution of the association and called attention to the amendments, inofl mothers present went to the The attendance priz? for the sixth Krade in the grammar school and to the .•-evciith in high school •lhe hostesses. Mr.s. WinUon Aston. Mrs. 'Ray Whitmore. Mrs John ' Ford. Mrs. Sud;c Cecil. Mrs. Rossoc , Colaman and Miss Emma Lee Kin- i namr-r served open face sandwiches ] and coid drinks. Will Install Officers At Rainbow Girls Meet The Order of the Rainbow Girls .-.(ill time public installation of officers •Vonciay nipht at the Masonic Hull 7:30 o'clock, it was announced High score prize was won by Mrs. Jones with Miss Adelle Hook receiving second. Mrs. Jones also won the binijo prize. Following the games, the hostess served a salad plate, assisted by her nother, Mrs. George Ballou. Fall flowers in autumn shades ivere arranged in tall vases throughout the home. Bridge Party Given By Mrs. Wert Steed LUXORA. Sept. 20. — Bowls of effectively arranged garden flowers on the spacious i»rch of the Wert Steed home 'formed n setting for three tables of guests when Mrs. Steed entertained • with a bridge party. Mrs. Ray Whitmorc won high score and Mrs. John Ford was low score winner. The hostess served a salad plate. the weekend with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ebb Carson. He .will report to the Joncsboro office of the company Monday for work. Mrs. C. F. Tompkins and daughter, Mrs. Gene Teaford. left last niaht for Los Angeles, Calif., to be with Mrs. Tompkins' mother. Mrs Alice Lowrance, who is seriously ill George Dean Pollock III. son of Mr. nnd Mrs. George Pollock Jr. 1218 Chickasawba Ave., Is a pledge of Phi Delta Thcta. social fraternity at Washington University. St. Louis He is a freshman. Mrs. R. H. P. Burks, who hns beer i ill for some time, has been readmitted to Blytheville Hospiliil fo further treatment. Richard McKinney left today to return to his home in Roanoke. Va after having spent several days ii Blytheville with friends. He for merly was stationed at Blythcvilli Army Air Field. Mrs. Charley-Hart .and 'V-.-s. J. D Widner spent yesterday in Memphis Harry A. Haincs and Charles Afflick Jr., left today to return ti the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. N. C. They havi been spending a few weeks lien with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry w. Haincs and Mr. and Mrs. C. w. Afflick. Among those from Clvtheville who attended the ole Miss-Kentucky football at Oxford, Miss., today were Frank Whitworth, James Terry. Max Logan and Fred Flec- man. Brycc Layson nnd Charles Moore, ft is olc Miss' homecoming game. ' today by Mrs. W. C. Colston. Mrs. C. w. Allord. deputy grand lecturer of District 15 o f the Order of the Eastern Star, will be the installing officer. TUESDAY IJoiis Club--12:l5 p.m. Junior High I 1 . T. A. Executive I3oard--^:30 p.m., at Junior High Junior High p. T. A. --'J p.m.. al Junior High. WEDNESDAY "Mississippi County Fair. Kiwaui.i Club--12:10 pin. THURSDAY Mississippi County Full 1 . Uotiiry Club--12:lo p.m. Chamber ol Commerce Hoard o Dlrcetrrs--2:30, Ch.uubcr ot Conr merce ofElce. Scnolr High Chicks vs. Messick- thcre. FRIDAY Mississippi County Full 1 . Junior High -Paps vs. Ucllcvuc- hcrc. SATURDAY Mississippi County Fair. Osceola Events MONDAY WSCS of First Methodist Church meeting in circle groups. Circle One —Mrs. O. w. Knight, hostess, Mrs. E. S. Shippen and Mrs. R. A. Ramsey, co-hostess; Circle Two—Mrs. Kdward Segravcs hostess at Hightower, Mrs. .1. A. Pigg. Mrs. Ted Nunnally. and Mrs. I. c. Crosthwaite. co-hostess; Circle Three Mrs. E:irl Robbins, hostess, Mrs. Dave Young. Mrs. Harry Jones, M/s E. L. Bowles and Mis. V. G. Colbert, co-hostesses. 3 Hinges Better Than 2 No jiv.iltcr how good n door or It I mine, It will last longer and him tetter without warping. siickliiL sagging oi' Jamming ul tlnce hinge arc- used instead of two, says Prac llciil Builder. Chicago 3. The tliir hingc helps case .strain, align Hi door and balance Its weight, makin It easier acting, belter In pcrlor mance. Smart is Pre-Tourney Favorite in Bristow Meet •FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.. Sept. ': iUP>—Klclinrcl L. (Dublu) Sin»: of pine Bluff, captain of the Un verslly ol Arkansas soli sqund. wa Jail Breaker Relieved When Recaptured CAMDEN, N. J., (UP) —A former bus driver, Daniel Hughes, 24, who escaped from Camden County jail Jan. 31, low, said he 'fell relieved" when recaptured by Police. "The past is montls huvc been worse than any jail salience could be." Hughes told the judee. w ho gave him a suspended sentence and placed him on p-obalion for five years. Originally sentenced to jail for "wildcatling." Hughes told the court that since his cscipe he had been working for a Ihiladclphia candy company. He slid letters from liis wile thrcatcnin; a divorce prompted him to seek lls freedom Irom the jail where he lud been a uusly. A colony of bats in a cave near San Antonio. Texas, devours approximately GOO tons of iivc insects annually. Be sure Mom gets n good supply Df juicy ripe apples in time tor school! \ Eating and Canning Apples $2.00 & $3.00 Bu. Blytheville CURB MARKET 130 K. Main Phone 973 at FARM LOANS At lowest Rate Long Term Quick Service A. F. Dietrich United Insurance Agency 10« S. 1st. St. Ingram lildg Up Down Under Read Courier News Wint Ads. Shipment of Bassinettes Just Arrived! TOT SHOP 110 So. 2nd St. Phone 2308 SYCAMORE HOUSE Ark-Mo State Line READING FROM OUR MENU: i Fried Chicken Fried Grapple Catfish Steaks -$1.20 $1.25 $1.25 Served With French Fries Salad and Home Made Rolls We Specialize in Home Made Pics Now Owned and Operated by Mr. and Mrs. C. Raymond Van Horn 'juurt i.hiif a .si/aUng slx-under- l':'.r <if) nud chalked up one of the' l<>wi':>i. c:nds of Uir; year. : Club pro K'jy Cox announced that !i<> ixinviii nearly 333 entries '.n (he annual HrlMnw tourney which otii-r.-i ui:,li ;iv,ard.i of more than rrxo. Sandlot Kasehall Teams To Pick National Champ I I'AT'n.K (XiKI'K. Mk'il., Se])l. 20. ! ilM'i l-'iiin'ii regional ij.mdlot. ] champions: today ')])< lied I IIP nlno- dav uiiuitt-tii ba.si'bal; eonglT.ss "lit- wr.rld M-i-ii'••,." pi-i'.iti;', ivimd scJiedule. 1 ; list four irs inday nnd Hires' games to- For Complete Protection Against All INSUKABLf HAZARDS Phone 3545 W. J. POLLARD morrow. The lourncy continues ' through Sept. 28 o"n J SL two-losses-' i ' mid^imt ollrnlritWIort bigJsls. ' ] PRESCRIPTIONS \ Fresh Stock. _..__J Guaranteed Best: PiVta Kirby Drug Stores Wanted to Buyi; Highest Prices ' ; ^* Paid for Used • Tractors and • Equipment - • Russell Phillips- Tractor Co. So. Highway (it " This hif-h-slylctl coiffure, one of the features id :i iv/rnt Au i > ti'iiliiin Ijaildivwrs roiivenlinn in Sidney, is c ,-dlcil "Oivhiil Fantasy " Tin- rxpcils will i.ll ' "tit with iiniuiie GOOD JOB! AGENCY Glcncoo Hotel Bldg. 124 W. Ash St. NOTICE TO PUBLIC i' Tlie law offd'es of Gene H, Brad- , 5 ley have IICTII moved U) •!!! W Main. 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