The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 25, 1948 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 25, 1948
Page 4
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J>AQE FOUR BLYTHEVTLLB (ARK.)' COUNTER HEWg Phone 4461, Fellowship Supper Held At First Methodist Church Miss Juanlta Eberdt and Jimmy ReinmiHer were host and hostess lust night, when the senior* and the young people of the First Methodist Church met In the social rooms of the church for a [el- loxship supper. During the business meeting, the »p«!al community service project was discussed and plans were mnde (or work to begin at tlw next meeting. Fallowing Die business meeting 'the group played party games. The table at which tile siipl?r was served, was covered with a white cloth nnd held a centerpiece of n low bowl filled with Plcardy gladioli, (tanked by white tapers burning In crystal candelabra. Mrs. Halsell Entertains Club Members, Guest Mrs. Melvtn Halsell was hostess lail night at her home to members of LA Neuve ciub together with two new members. Mrs. Bernard Graham and Mrs. Jack File, and one visitor. Mrs. Hugh Whruill. During the evening bridge games, prizes were awarded to Miss Mary Adah Robinson for Wen score and to Mrs. Whitsitt for second. bouquets of pink carnations and white glsdioll. A dessert course was served. Tuesday Bridge Club Meets with Mrs. Reid Mrs. Max B. Reid was hostess yesterday afternoon at her home ; to members ot Tuesday Bridge Ciub r and one guest, Mrs. Roscoe Crafton. During the afternoon bridge pames, Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon won ' high apd Mrs. Jesse Taylor, second. The hostess served a dessert course. Mrs. Cauclill Is Hostess To Tri-Town Bridge Club 1 Mrs. Garrard Caudill was *ss yesterday when she entertained members of the Trl-Town Bridge Club at the home of her mother, i Mrs. .7. W. Robins In Stcelc, Mo. During the bridge gomes played, ' t Mrs. James Terry , won high score , And Mrs. Worth Holder, .second high. Vases of Spring flowers were attractively arranged in the entertaining rooms of the home. The hostess served refreshments of ft dessert course. Business Women's Circle Meets With Mrs. Hodge Mrs. Leland Hodge was hostess - last night at her home to the Business Women's Circle of Calvary • Baptist Church, together with two . visitors. : Mrs. p. H.^jernlgan gave the Bl; ble study taken from Psalms and the opening prayer was given by Mrs, James Rambo. The brief business session was presided over by : Mrs, Lee Powel. Refreshments were served. Miss Stewart to HOY* Lead Role tn School Play Miss Martha Stewart, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Allen 15. Stewart, nnd a student at Hcndrlx College, Conway> has been cast for thn IJtle rol? ln t' ie sUipe piny, "Jonn of Lori nine", Miss Geneva Eppes, assistant professor of sprecli, has announced, The play, otie of Maxwell Anderson's Broadway hits, will bn presented at (he college by tlw Henrtrix players on April 1, 2, 3. The cast will bft composed of 22 members. The male lead will be played by the Rev. John M. Allin, rector of St. Peters Kplscopal Church of Conway. Circle Meetings Held By Methodist W.S.C.S. OSCEOLA, Ark., Feb. 25—The Women's Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist Church met Monday afternoon in rirrlp groups. Clrrle One met in the hrjmr nf Mrs. W. C. Mason with Mrs, W. W. Wat.ion 35 co-host e.v>. Other than the 17 members, there was our new member, Mrs. R. L. Kersey nnd one guest, Mrs. McAlt&ter. prr-oru. The devotional was given by Mis. Jne Rhodes Sr, and Mrs. Hyran Hen| don, chairman, conducted a briof i business session. [ Circle Two met, In the home of Mrs. C. M. Harwell with Mrs. N. L. Glllp&pie and Miss Nell Rhodes .serving r\s co-hostesses. There were 17 members present. Mrs. A. M. Rogers gave the devotional, after which Mrs. George Abrey, chairman, presided during* the business meet ins?. Mrs. 13 nice Colbert was In chfirpe of k the eiitertdimncitt. Mrs. Harry Jonc.s and Mrs. Sum Curtis were hostess to 10 members of Circle Three at the home of Mrs. Jones. The devotional was Riven by Mrs. Roland Soothe and Mrs. Eu- Jficne Shaneyfelt presided during the business session. Mrs. Frank Gwyn was in charpe of the entertainment. Social hour tcUowed the group meetings. Bits of News Mrs. Mears is Hostess To Bridge Club, Guests OSCEOLA, Ark., Feb. 25—Mr.s. Scarcy Mcnrs was hostess yesterday when she entertained members of the 47 Club and two guests, Mrs. R. D, Mcars nnd Mrs. Elliott Sartain at her home. During the bridge games played, Mrs. Palmer Stanton won high score and Mrs. Mcars .second high. The hostess served refreshments of n salad course with hot drinks. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Dismissed: W. C. Morcland. city. Mrs. Joe Donathan, stcelc. Mo. Mrs. John Feat hers ton, city. Miss Diane Cook, city. Billy Thomas Treamln, city. .June Little, Holland, Mo, Mrs. Clalr Mao Conlcy, Luxor a. f 'Rose Kochler, Dell. Eugene \Videnr. Htr. ;>, city. ; Dewey Dcmeutcr, city. "Well Child Clinic" To Be Held Today The "Well Child Clinic" sponsored by tiie United Council M Church Women will br lie Id tiii.s Afternoon from 2 till 4 p.m at the Health Unit, with ladies from ;hp First Christian Church in ehavse. This clinic will be for white children and the ladies who will the Health Unit, personnel H re Mi;. James Terry. Mr;-;. E. M. Terry Sr., and Mrs. Rupert, Crafton. Dell Methodist W.S.C.S. Meets With Mrs. Moody Mrs. L, M Moody was hostess :it her honip yesterday afternoon. 2:30 o'clock, to members of the Women'.-. Society of Clu-iKtian Service of the Dell Mei'hodist Church. The mooting was opened with the .lingiiip of a hymn by the group, Mrs, Mavis Setllemire gave ^hc devotional, and Mr.s. Dewey Shcppard the opening prayer. Afr.i. ScltJcmire prosified over the business meeting at which plans were made for the .spaghetti supper to be held next Wednesday nigiU at the Following the business nice tins, Mi.s. Sett.'cmivp. gave the 5lh chapter of the study book "Great. Prayers nf the Bible", and Mr.s. J. H. Grit was presented with a life membership and pin in the society. The program was closed with a round table discussion on the "Importance oi Prayer", and Mrs. L, M. Moody tiiivp ihr c)ix%;;ic prayer. ne[i'E i &);nient,% \\eic .srivcd bj tho hoste.vs. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Little returned last nighl irojn a two months vacation in points of interest in Arizona. Wiule ihere, they -spent two weeks at the Wigvtam Ranch near Phoenix and .several week.s at llie Hacienda Los Encino.s Ranch Jiear Negates. George Muir has gone to Oinulia, Neb., lor ati indeienite visit with his aimt, Mr.s. Marlon J, Masley. Janie.s Anderson, son of Mr. and Mr.s. Grainillc Anderson, ha.s returned here to make liLs home. He has been with the Artny ti>r the past Jti jiionths, Motioned in Korea. Mrs. H. II. Houchlns. hot mother, Mrs. S. U. Undcruood a«c( her niot-e, Connie Kni;li?ih left Monday lor ChcstfT, Penn., wlu'ii? they wiU visil with Mr. and Mrs. C, K. Hcnririckson. Bobby EK'an. .student at Columbia Military Academy. Columbia, Ten a, has returned there after spending UIR Spring vacation hfre with his parents, Mr. and Mr.s. T, P, Dfism. Morris ZoJJiior re tin urd J;ul ni; r rH from St. Louis where ho attended to biLsinwiS, Mrs. ZoHher, wJio ftt'cornpafiicd htm there, is visiting relatives for several days, Mr. and Mr.s. L. G. Nash and Mrs. W. C, Hig^mson nre spending today in Memphis. Mis. J. \V. Gay is confined to her home on North First Street with n severe throat Infection. Condition of Mr.s. W. D Cobb, who was dismissed from Blyiheville Hospital yesterday where .she underwent, trcftlmrnt, J.s much improved. Mr.s. R. H. Stout and daughter, Mar^Ann, arc .spending this week in Little Hock ns of her pnr- ents, Mr. Jtnd Mrs. Fred E. BnUey. formal Do/ice Is Given At Dogwood Clubhouu LouSa Bradley was host Monday nlKht when he entertained with a formal dance at the Dogwood Home Demonstration Club. Approximate* ly 150 guesU attended the affair. The club was decorated with red, white and blue streamers in keeping with the George Washington theme. Other decorations carried out the same color scheme. Refreshments of assorted party foods with Iced drinks were served. Literary Club Meets At Ed Wiseman Horns OSCEOLA, Ark., Feb. 25—Mrs, Ed Wiseman was hostess and Mrs: W. B. Flannigan and Mrs. Louis George, co-hoste-wes, yesterday afternoon when they entertained 17 membrs of th Literary Club at the Wiseman home. Mrs. Dwlght H. Blaeksvoori, who was In charge of the program, gave a resume of the lite of Shakespeare and three of his pJoy.s. Following thp program, the host- e.sscs served refreshments of a salad course. Rev. Jaeger to Conduct Lenten Services Tonight Til c third in the series of weekly Lonten services of (lie First Luthc- i im Church will bt> conducted to- ntjiht at 7:45 p.m. "Jesus' Betrayal- A Moment Of Chrisls". will be'the topic dlscu.wd by thn Rev. Robert ! Jaeger pastor. j WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2f. 1943 Bermuda's ColorCues Bermuda's tropical beauty inspires daizJing tints used for new hosiery. Carriage passenger, left, ensembles mid-ocean blue stockings Hlth her navy blue suit. Sea shell pink is the color choice for sheer nylons, right, to team with pink cotton dress. "Flight in," a light, bright sun-tan, is the color name of seamless nylons worn by traveler, above, with striped dress Meetings The Olivet Commandery No. 20, will' meet tonight. 1:30. at the Masonic Hall it was announced by R. A. Aiken, commander. Work will be on Knight Tcinplur Degree. Coming Events Social Calendar Mrs. Fields Is Hostess To Demonstration Club Mrs. J. \V. Fields was hrv-tc5.s yesterday afternoon nt. her home to mrmbcrs of th« I.nne Oak Home Demonstration Club. Mrs. J. O. Hucy presided os - cr the business meeting nnri Mrs. R. E. Davis Rnve the scripture reading. Air?. Fields offered prayer, Miss Gertrude Bond, home demonstration agent for North Mississippi County, gave n short talk cm "Short Cuts In Scwins". Refreshments were served by the hostess, a.tsixtcd bj' Mr*. Glen Al- exnnrtcr. Osceo/a News Osccolans ! nltendlnR the races In Hot Springs this week nre Mr and Mrs. Ben F. Butler, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Gillesplc and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams. They will be joined by Mi\ nnd Mrs. Scnrcy Malaria Pictures Shown At Harrison High School T\vo Mnlaria Control pictures were shown to the Soc!r.l Hygiene Club of the Harrison High School yesterday. The movies. sho\v n by Prof. A. E. Letter, ucrn made possible by (lie Health Unit In blylhevillo. MenrK today for the i'Otmiindcr of the \veck. JacV: Sartain and Gene Butlei sttitients at (lie University of Arkansas. Fayettrville, were the weekend guests nf their parents. Mr. rm:i Mrs. Elliott .Snrl.iiil and Mr. and Mr.s. Hen F. Butler. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Nailing had as their weekend guest, Mrs. Lorenc Edon of Helena. Dr. and Mr.s. Frank Kcathlcy of Memphis, were the visitors last week of Dr. and Mr.s. C. M. Harwell. They ire en route to Japan where Dr. fveathlry wl] he a member nf the Yokohama Ho.spital .staff in Yoko- lania. Mr. and Mrs. Lan Williams and ,on. Lan III, spent the weekend -illi .Mrs. ,1. H. Lni-ruvll and Mrs. Mary Clay lluirtu-.v. They i (-turned to their home in Jnneshoro yc.ster- day. Mrs. J. H. Hook. Jaek Hook, Mi:,s Marjorie Doyle. Mrs. J. T. Rhoad-, 1 and Mr.s. It. W. Eikncr. spent yes-' terday in Memphis. I The stars nre used tn keep our rlncks aonirate. By tht<= mfihnd. HIP error in nirr (imc rats he reduced tn .003 second. Tot>! Tr<- O su, e 7^.'- in d, ot >t,<!d a P epsl - Treasure To/>V Woman's Auxiliary of thp First Presbyterian Church will meet at the church at 7:01) p.m. fur r\ pot luck supper and the third In the series of the study of the book of Matthew, conducted by the Rev. Harvey T. Kidd, pastor. Thursday Mr.s. Elva Poe entertaining Jolly Efpht Club members. t Chib Eight members beiiifj enter- ' taincri at the home of Mr.s. Grarf.m Sudbury. Mid-Week Club inept ing at the hpme of Mrs. B. A. Lynch. G. N..,;B. Club members meeting at the home of Mr.s. John Tyrone. Octette Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. James Hill Jr. Mr. and Mr.s. Karl WadenpfuhL. Mr. and Mrs. Blan S. Heath, Mr. and Mr.s. Finnan Bynmn, Mr. and Mrs. William Young and Mr. and Mr.-. Rudolph Vrska will be hosts nnd hostesses to members of the 20th Century Club with a dance at tiie Legion Hut, 8;30 p.m. The Phebcan Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. H. j B. Joyncr on Lake St., at 7:30 p. i in., for their regular monthly ' meeting. Friday Supper for teams who will work in the First Methodist Church j attendance campaign in March at 7:00 p m. C. B. C. Chib being entertained at the home of Mrs. C. S. Dowdy. The Past Matrons and Patrons ol the Eastern Star \vil] meet, M'/lay 7:00 o'clock at the home of Dr. jincl Mrs. J. A. S:iliba for a put luck supper. Woman's Club will meet 2:30 p. m. California Drouth Hits Power Supply My United Press | Officials o; drouth-stricken Cali- ! tornia today ordered a drastic "brownout" to conserve electric power. 'iVmperat'.frcs were weli above zero over most of the nation today but cooler weather was expected to move into the Northern plains states and the Great Lakes region tonight. ! Pembina, N. D.. and Bcmidji, Minn., uero the coldest spots in the nation early today. The temperature dipped to one decree below- zero in both plates shortly belore dawn. Light rain fell in the flooded Yazoo Valley in Mississippi today j but us.s not expected to raise the! level of the river, but the Weather Bureau said it would .slow the ' s>pocd of its fall back to normal. j Light rain and drizzle fell last night iron: the Upper Great Lakes • region Southwestward across Mis- j souri. to Northern Texas and Westward til Arizona. Another area of light rain covered the Mid-Atlantic coastal .states and the South Atlantic coastal areas. The California weather bureau held li:t;e hope of immediate relief from ihc Winter drouth in thai state. A. A. Brock, state director of agriculture, said thai all chances ni developing grain crops in the fertile San Joaquin Valley have been i spoiled "even if rainfall should be noimal the rest of the year." Tiie "brownout" order, issued by the California public utilities commission, becomes effective at midnight tonight from the northern border to the Tehachapi Mountains which separate Southern California from the rest of the state. The Southern portion of the state gets its electric power from Hoover Dam ivhitli has not been hampered by the extended dry spell. • Farmers • Workingmen Eat Al Tom's Cafe! (Formerly the Harlem Cafe) 419 West Ash Street Plate Lunch F JV Choice of Meat Ofllv ^^S mt* Coffee Included ^^ %r TOM XENOS Owner and Manager Tom's Cafe "A GOOD PLACE TO FAT" 419 Wesf Ash St. BIytheville. Ark. GRIFFIN SELF-POLISHING LIQUID WAX for quick and easy shines BLACK BROWN T»H BtlE OXBLOOD Coiiliniious Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1 :45 . Show Stalls 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN 8:01) a.m. 12:45 p.m. -1:30 p.m. Last Time Today The Ghost and Mrs. Muir with Gene Ticrney and KCV H.irrismi Also Short Subjects Continuous Showinj? Everyday Thursday & Friday SO GREAT... SO HAPPY... 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