The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 3, 1948 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 3, 1948
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PAGE FOUK. BLYTHEVTLLK (ARK.) COURIER NEWI WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1948 Phone 4461 Mis* Jun« Marie Gosnell's Marriage I* Announced Mr«. Sterling Price Martin today announces the marriage of her niece, Mlu June Marie Qocnell, daughter of the late Dr. and Mrs, Muncey Ward Oosnell, to Wllllsm Hunter O'Keefe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomai Benford O'Keefe of Arm- Orel. • The wedding was solemnised Sat- urdiy, Oct. 25, In Hernando, Miss,, 'with the Rev. M. C. Whltton, pastor of the Hernando Baptist Church ' officiating. , Mrs. O'Keefe wore a green gaber- ,dint suit with brown accessories. She pinned » purple orchid at her . shoulder. The bride was graduated from i Blytheville High School and attended Stephens College, Columbia, Mo., and the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, where she pledged Chi Otnega Sorority. Mr. OTCecle graduated from Armorel High School and attended Sunflower Junior College, Moore head, Miss. H« Is engaged In farming with his his father at Armorel and they will make their home at 2034 Chlckas- awba. Former Residents Honored At J. C. Lowe Residence Mr. and Mrs. Russell Barham of Colorado Springs, Colo., were honored guests Monday night when Mrs. Carl Wallace, Mrs. Robert Lee Smith, Mrs. W. O. Gevirin and Mrs. J. C. Lowe entertained at the Lowe home. GuesU for the affair were husbands of the hostesses and other couple*, all former members of Marriage Is Announced Bits of News Coming Events Town and Country Clubbelnf entertained at th* horn* of lira. Cl«o Mr*. William HunterO'Keefe was before her marriage Sunday, Oct. 25, 1 n Hernando, Miss,, M J ti n * Marie Gosnell, daughter of the late Dr. anrl j\Irs. jiMimcey \Vai Gosnell. i » s couple club of which the Barham's ' also were members. ' When bridge games were playrd priies were won by Mrs. Wallace and Mr. Geurin. The guests of honor were pre- •ented with » gilt from the hostesses. A loa- bowl filled with yellow roses formed a centerpiece for the dining room t*bl». from which a dessert course with hot coffee WAS •erved. Entertaining room* .of the home were attractively decorated with bouquets of mixed Spring flowers. Alpha Beta Chapter Has Regular Business Meelin" The Alpha Beta Cha'plcr of Ep- sllon Sigma Alpha sorority met, last night In the Colonial Room I of Hotel Noble for Ihcir rcsular | buslucs.i meeting. Hostesses were Miss Willie Mae Johnson and Mrs. ( Edna Lee Long Dessert Bridge Is Given of Hotel "I 2fi In the Mirror Noble. It WM also decided that the sorority wouid send a donation each month to the "Care" organization Europe. Pe-llowlng the meetin Miss H el- T Sunday School Class lu ^"' lu '^ ^" Mr and Mrs. Russell Barham of ! Hie short business meeting and the Colorado Springs, Colo., formerly of devotional was given by Mrs Pat ma Johnsen, who will leave March 11 to enter the New -'ork College of Music, was honored withva surprise miscellaneous shower. By Mr«. Russell H. Farr l h £££) IBenU wtre served b! ' l " e Mr«. James Roy, Mrs. Wallace * * T . Hoke, Mrs. Meivln Halsell, Mrs. Dinner Party Is Given Jawie* L*e Brooks. Mrs. Jack Hale, , r ,, .., D . Mrs. Karl Wadenpfuhl and Mrs. For Mr., Mrs. Barham Ruaaell O. Farr were guests yesterday with members ot the Trl-Town Bridge Club when Mr.s. Russell j B ] } .[HcriHc' who are spending t-v,i Hajnes Fair entertained with a : w< ,,, ks htre visiting friends and rel- dessert bridge at her home on Wai- \ at | VCS wcre honored Inst night nut - ! when'Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wallace The dining table vas centered I a|ld son D;in enU . rta |ned m. their with a primrose potted plant ' flanked by green tapers burning in crystal holders. Tulips In bud vases centered each Individual table in the entertaining rooms of the home, where bouquets of gladioli were attractively arranged. During the bridge game.s played. Mrs. Harry N. Whltis won hl?n score and Mrs. Hoke, second high. Jim Oates, who Is a student at William Jewel College, Liberty, Mo, Is spending a week here as guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, V. Oates. Mis. J. R. Moore is spending two weeks in Tupelo. Miss., with her father J. K. S. Holland. D. J. McLeod has left for Memphis, where he will attend Draugh- ons Business College. Mrs. John E. Edwards and children, Lana Kate and Judy B. Edwards ol Balcsvllle, are spending this week here with her father. J. R. Moore and her sister, Miss Bea Moore. Mrs. Claude Price and son. Tim, ot Memphis, spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Damon McLeod, Condition ol Roland Potter, w'.,o has been a patient at the Memphis Veterans Hospital for the past six weeks, Is Improved. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Graber and sons, D<wld Michael and Arnold Edwin, returned home from St. Louis Monday, where they h»d been for the past 10 days. Arnold Edwin underwent an operation while there and his condition is satisfactory. Condition of Marlon Potter, who was injured in a wreck two weeks ago and who is a patient at the Veterans Hospital in Memphis, improved. Condition o( Mrs. Irene Wallace, who underwent a minor operation Thursday at Campbells Clinic :n Memphis, is slightly improved. She wa.s accompanied there by her son, Paul and Mrs. Ruth Phillips. Mrs, Ira Walters and Mrs. Wayne Dill spent Monday In Memphis. Miss Anne weedman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weedman who ih«" when th-y entertained with Is a student at Te.xas State College a hu'nco party honoring Mrs. George ' for Women Dcnton. Tex has been Dillahunty. who recently moved to named lo Ihe Deans Honor Roll He Ya Wo Community. "««• M L « Weedman B a so,iho- 1,1 the bunco panics, Mrs Clyde more Journalism major and presl- • • -• "•-••- dent of Alpha Lamba Delta, honorary scholastic fraternity. Mr. and Mrs. ,C- W. Ramey have returned from Memphis, where Mr. Ramey consulted a specialist. Condition of Mrs. Eva Crowe, who underwent a major operation Mon- dav at the Methodist Hospital in Memphis, is satisfactory. H»r daughter. Mr.s. Dan Miller. Is with her. Mr. and Mr.s. William Lawshe left Monday night for Washington. D. C.. where they wilt visit with Secretary of the Treasury John W. Mrs. James Luiislord was hostess I snyder, Mrs. Snycler and daughter, last night at her home to mem- JJLSS Drucie Snyder. Prom there hers of the Friendship Class of UK t), e y w jii go to Atlantic City. N. J. First Baptist Church. Twelve mem- 1 M r . an d Mrs. Cecil Whittle of bers and three visitors. Mrs. Fir- t the Civilian Housing Quarters are man Bynum, Mrs. Tommy Tinker I the parents of a daughter born Feb. Avalon Bunco Club mating at the home o( Mr*. Red Dtvii. Wedneiday Bridge Club beinc entertained at tht horn* of Mn. Baker Wilson. J»yceele« Meeting tt 7:30 p. m Jolly Hght Club members being entertained at the home of Un. Richard Prichard. Mid-Week Club being ent«rtaln- I ed at the home of Mr». A. Conway. ' b Eiht member* meet- Mrs. George Dillahunty Honored At Bunco Party Mrs. Paul Abbott and Mrs. J. W. Widner Jr, were hosicwes last iiiRht at the home <il Mrs. Herbert Mul• ' ' will Club Eight m amber* me*'.' Ing at the home of atri, Otto Scrape. Mr«. Cleo Langston entertaining members of the Octette Club. Thursday Contract Club member i being entertained by MM. P. D. roster. Friendly Eight Club meeting at ho home of Mrs. Otho Stanlleld. The Dorcas Sunday School Claw of the first Bapturt Church will have It's quarterly luncheon at t.»? ihurch, Friday, 1J noon. Friday Chapter'N, P. !t O. meeting at the home of Mrs. Freeman Robinson at 2:00 pm. Alpha Delta Chapter of Bet* Sigma Phi meeting at the home of Mrs. Rudolph vrska at 2:30 p. m. C II. C. Club members meeting mectiiifi at Hie home of Mrs. Paul Byrum. Social Calendar •f ueiday Club M«*tt At t. 5. SMpjMft Horn* i OOCBOLA, Ark., March J—The OdeoU Procrtaaive Club met yec- tarday at UM home of Mn. t. 8, Bhippan with Mn, W. H. McCain, paat pr*al4«nt of th« Arkanau Federation of Womeni Club* and past pr«aldant of th* retreat City District and Mlaa Dorothy McOowan, recording aecretarr of the Forrest City district aa honor guests. Both Mn. McCain and Mlaa MeOowsn are from Cotton Plant, Ark. Mn. McCain was the principal speaker and the fave a resume of the aeailon of the United Nations held at Lake Suecew, N. Y. last year. Mn letter. food Price Index. Registers Rise NEW YORK, March 1 (UP)—The Index of wholesale food prices in the week ended yesterday showed its first rise since Jan. 13, advancing nine cents to M.70, Dun and Bradstreet, Inc., reported today. The Index compared with 16.61 last week, but still was under the year-ago level of $4.11. The rise In the past week Interrupted a fix-week break In wholesale Three Trainmen Killed CLEVELAND, March > 'UP) — Tliree Pennsylvania Railroad clew- men were crushed to death early to day when the caboote they were riding crashed into a standing string of ore-tilled cars In Cleveland's East Side. food prices that had cut th« Index 67 cenls from the all-time high of $7.28 on Jan. 13 C. M. Harwell, program spoke on the subject of 'World Peace". The tflnmc room table from which a buffet dinner waa served, was covered with an Italian cut work cloth and centered with a silver bowl filled with mixed Spring flowers flanked by pink tapers burning In crystal candelabra. A silver service waa placed at each end of the table, where Mrs. Rube Boyce and Mrs. Vernon Aston poured tea. Quests lor the affair Included. Mrs. Mary Oreen of St. Louis, formerly of Osceola and Mrs. McAllister, Mrs. George Belew and Mrs. P. J. Semmes Sr. of Oseeola. Hostesses for the affair were Mrs. Shlppen, Mrs. A. 8. Rogers, Mrs. 1 W. T. Ramsey, Mrs. E. R. Reid, Mrs. G. B. Seagraves, Mrs, J. W. Rhodes Jr., Mrs. A. M. Rogers, Mrs. J. W. Rhodes and Mrs. B, T. Stan- hostesses. Reireslimetus o[ a drsscrt course were served. I Mrs. Lunsfod Is Hostess American Legion Auxiliary—«:00 p.m. American Legion—8:03 p.m. Wednesday Kiwanls Club—12'.10 p.m. Thursday Rotary Club-12:10 p.m. Osceola Events Tuesday Club 48 meeting at the home of Mrs. Emmltt Dunn at 7:00 p.m. Wcrlne»day Chapter O, P.E.O. Sisterhood meeting at the home of Mrs, Jack Uzz^lle at 2:00 p.m. Club 47 meeting at the home o! Mrs. Ed Simmons at 2:00 p.m. Thursday Kiwanis Club meeting at the Elementary School at 7:00 p.m. Phltatnea Class o( the First Baptist Church meeting at the church at 7:00 p.m. Club n meeting with Miss June Welborn at 1:30 p.m. Friday Basketball same at the hijh school at S:Co p.m. Ray Allen; prettiest girl, Joyce Cannon; most handsome boy, Ray . Tate; best athlete, June Marshall and Edward Dugger; best dressed. Mavoureen Petty and Damon Jones; most studious, Joyce Cannon and Thomas Ray Tat*; student most likely to succeed, Mavouree Petiy and Charles Bennett; best all- around, Syble Sheffield and Edward Dugger; neatest, Damon Jones and Olenda Mae Rucker; biggest flirt, Fannie Lou Cockrell and Ray Allen and [lie prettiest hair. Joan Lewis and Edward Dugger. Moss Bryan Invites You to drop in for some ideas on Spring Changes. A new lamp . a lovely picture . . . the moat exquisite array of gift suggestions will solve any problem. The correct wedding gift, a birthday remembrance . . . and Easter Gifts are practically upon us. Select Easter Greeting Cards and Tallies, Candal Favors or Place Cards for EASTER PARTIES. We will be looking lor you at THE GIFT SHOP 103 East Main St. Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Box Office Opens 8:30 Show Starts 8:45 Opens Sunday 1:00: Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. & Sun. Bargain Night Every N'ijht Kxcept Saturday Nu passes honored on Sunday at Itoxy Theatre Last Time Today DOUBLE FKATL'RK Boomerang with Dins Andrews anrl Jane Wyatt I,ast Time Today Escape Me Kith Errol Flynn and Ida Lupino Selected Short Subject* Continuous Showing Everyday Second Chance with Kent Taylor »nrt l.ouls Currl* Thursday & Friday ROBERT YOUNG SYLVIA SIDNEY ANN RICHARDS) Continuous Showing Every Da; and Mrs. Archie Hays attended the aflnir. Mrs. Marvin Razer presided over 29 at their home. Their daughter, she has been second named, Chitmon. prnycr. Mrs. Lunsford led in Spring flowers clrcoratcrl the entertaining rooms of the homo and ihc hostess served a salad platf? homc with iced drink. 1 ;. Mr. and Mrs. Barham, together with Miss Lorene Oldham, were . honored dinner guests and follow- JV^s. OtlCKmon HoSleSS ing the dinner. Mr. Barham's for- _ rj • i pi 1 p _,_ mer Sunday School class pupils ol ' 1 O bridge Llllb, LallCSlS the First Christian Church drop- ' Wesleyan Guild Meets At Methodist Church During the evening Mr. Barham showed a film on Interesting places in Colorado and other places that they had visited since leaving Blytheville. Decorations of the home rariied out the Easier motif and refreshments were inmvimial iced cakes and cherry tarts with coffee. Mrs. H. W. Wyllc \\as the guest speaker 'when the Weslcyan Guild of ,the First Methodist Church met at i the church Monday night at i m \v;i •. •.. it , 1:30 p.m. She chose for her sub- 1 Mrs. WllltSltl HoslcSS Ject "Christian Highways to Ja- 'o La Neuve Club, Gucsl „. „„„ o,,., „»,,= „«, M«. Hugh Whlteitt was hostess history of Japan up 'to the pres- I ">« night when she entertained the ent day. : La Neuve Club and one guest. Miss During the business meeting it ! Mollle Guard at her home, on Wai- Iri "her talk Mrs Wvllu gave the ' it ! was decided to send a contribution • for missionary work to Mildred Ann ' Payne, who is a Methodist Missionary ,in Japan, it was also voted on j to' -send two delegates to the district meeting to be held In Walnut Ridge March 13 and 14. Hostesses for the affair were MIES Eutople. Whltvrovth and Miss Maniie L. Adams. Mrs. Bernard P. Graham *'n:i high score in the bridge games played and Miss Anita Fay Beck, second high. Attractive arrangements of a?a- ieaa were used in the entertaining rooms of the home. Rclreshmer.ts were served by the Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon was hostess yesterday when she entertained members of the Tuesday Bridge Cinb and two s\icsis, Mrs. A. \l. Wrtenkamp and Mr.s. Chester Calrt- ivoll at her home on W. Walnut. In Ihe bridge sanies plnycd. Mis. .Jesse Taylor won high score n:ul Mv.s. C. M. Smart, second high Bouquet.-, of tulips, jonquils anrl .stock were attractively arranged :n the cmciiaiiiiiiR rooms ol ihc home. The hostess served relrc-shmems of a salad plate Al The Hospitals Illvlhrvillr Hospital Di.smissed: Rebecca Pullerton, Stecle, Mo. ti. A. Murdaugh. city. Willis Hospital Mr*. Tommy Belgy. Rte. I. city Mrs. ,1. C. Dobbs, Manila. Mrs. Adnold Harris, Sleele. Herschd McKny. city Mrs. M. L. Downing. Manila. Prlscilla Kay. Mrs. Whittle is the former Miss Christine Stark of Glascoe. Scotland. Miss Barbara Cullison. student at Arkansas State, Jonesboro, spent the weekend here with her grandmother. Mrs. M. C": Cullison. Mrs. Jnmes. Roy left Uvls morning for Little Rock where she will attend n meeting of the Young Democratic Clubs executive committee. While away she. also will visit with her parents. Federal Judge Thomas C. Trimble and Mrs. Trimble in Lonoke. All Day Meeting Held At Number Nine Church The Women's Missionary Union ' of Number Nine Baptist Church met at the church Monday for an all ' day study of "Home Missions". Mrs. W. E. Rhoads called; the meeting to order and the responsive reading was. given by Mrs. Raymond Whittle. Mrs. Bob Stovall gave the devotional. Participating on the program and their subjects were Mrs. Stovall who'spoke on "The, Jews and You", and "Are Southern Baptists Color Blind", was the topic chosen by Mrs. M. L. Hart. Mrs. Lucille Julian gave the history of Annie Arm- stong'a life. Refreshment* of a sandwich plate were served. ANNOUNCEMENT Yarbro Home Demonstration Club members with their husbands as guests, with have A covered dish dinner In the School lunchroom, Friday night at 7:30 p. m. Read Courier News Want Ads. Contest Is Sponsored By Victoria Students The result.1 of Who's who conies', sponsored by the seventh anr 1 eighth grade students at tile Victoria school ate as follows: n\os popular, Glenda Mae Rucker and Benefit Dessert Bridge At The Blytheville Woman's Club Tickets $1.00 2 p. m. Saturday, March 13 For Reservations See or Call Mrs. W. D. Cobb, Phone 822 Your good move in Action Maid IT ff tf\oom for cAll 'Jive is as imporuiU m the stotkirips as in the jtiocs. '1"his aimp.e truth is the big idcri behind TRLM.AST— the children's *o;k; designed on the same true, sdcmitic. list as the bo! children's shoes. SQUARE TOES Becouif Tbf)'rt The TRU-LAST* For Growing Feet 'Give your chiMccn Itie benefit ot complete freedom for proper 'foot development. 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