The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 17, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 17, 1947
Page 2
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PAOt TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1947 Emily WiuM, Society Editor 9 Phone <M61 Doris Cameron to Wed In November Ceremony Announcement wu made today of the engagement of Dorlp Cameron, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Cls'de Cameron, to John M, Pa- mcr, *on of J. M. Palmer, all of BlythevlUe. The ceremony will take place in November with the date and plans to be announced later. Mist Cameron' was graduated from BlythevUle High School and Mr. Palmer is 'a veteran of 18 monthi service in the Army during the war. He now ia employed by Arkansas-Missouri Power Com- inr » Many BIytheville • Fans To Go to Football Game Football enthusiasts who plan to be in Memphis tomorrow afternoon for the Arkansas-Texas football game Include the following: Mr. and Mrs. Firmer England, LeRoy Huddleston, Bill Banister, Cleo Pope, C«l Judd, Frank Greer, Doj'le Turner, Carl Hood, Thad Nico). Clifford Watklns, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips and daughter, Mrs. Betty Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gee and son, E. B. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. A. Conwsy, Mr. and Mrs. p. W. Af- flicfr, Mr and Mrs. J. A. Leech, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hughes, Mr. and Ml*. Elton Kirby, Mr. and Mrs. W. IC^Horaer, Mr. and Mrs Harry W. Halnes, Miss Emily Wlxson, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Mason and son, .Gary, Mr. »nd Mrs. Kendall Berry and.tonE..Allen and Jerry, Mr. and sirs. Samuel F. Norrls and daughter, Maureen. Mr. and Mrs,j>Jamc.5 Terry, Mr. ,»nd Mrs. E..KJ£iTerry. NiS By- nura.lrValter 4; D«7l^ Mr. and Mrs. ' "Itish. Mr. qnd r;"Prank Whit- Mr, and. Mrs. . ; _,_, Newcomb, Mrs. Cecil Wroteri, ij#; and Mrs. Charley Lang»ton, Mr. 'and Mrs. M. N. Nunn, Clalr Miller. :. •-..., Guild Members Guests Of Mrs. Herman Hoffman ICrs. Herman Hoffman was hostess Wednesday night to : members of the Women's Vuild of the First Lutheran Church at her home at 40» Missouri St. "Dorcas, the Disciple", was the subject discussed by the program leader, Mrs. F. O. Relchel. Plans for'the annual-Harvest Festival to tot, held Nov. a, were made. The hostess served a dessert plate. Kentuckian Is Guest At THursday Luncheon Thursday -Luncheon Club members and another guest, Mrs. Will Norman of Padiicah, Ky., houseguest of Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Leech, •ws** •ntertalned yesterday by Mrs. Ruasell Phillip*. The bridge luncheon was given at the- Phillip* home on Chlckasawba avenue. Mrs. C. W. Af flick won high score prise and Mrs. Norman received second high price. Lawn Parly Is Given By Mrs. C. R. Wroten Mrs. C, R. Wrolen was hostess Wednesday night at her home on j Highway 18 to 65 guests In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Russell of Arlington, Va., who arc houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Wroten, Also guests at the party were personnel of Langiton Wrolen Co, and General Motors Acceptance Corporation. . The guc.sts entoycd a wclner roast on the lawn of the home which was gaily decorated In a ! Halloween theme. Mrs. Wrenn Entertains Members of Jolly Eight Mrs. Grover Wron was hostess yesterday to members of the Jolly Eight Club at her home on way 18. Durinp the games Mrs. \Vi - cn won hipb and Mrs. Wilford Mays re- j coivcd second. Mrs. Ilichard Prich- I ard was winner of the rook prize. The home was decorated will) bouuuets of mixed Fifll flowers. The hostess served refreshments of ice cream and cake. * • * Observes 2nd Birthday A party for Jimmy lx?c Medltn was given last, night by his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Medlln, to celebrate, his second birthday. The seven guests were served refreshments of iced pineapple Juke with birthday cake. Mrs. Jewell Gowen and Mrs. Joe Gates assisted in entertaining the children. Mr. Caldwell To Head Pathfinders S.S. Class Clint Caldux'll WBS elected president of the Pathfinders Class of First Methodist Church at the monthly social and business nice;- ing lust night at the church. , Mrs. Byron Moore was elected vice president; Mrs. Alfred Williams, secretary; Mrs. Jnmes Nebhut, treasurer; Mrs. Alex Shelby, reporter, and Mrs. Wagner Adams, corresponding secretary. The 50 members were served a pot luck supper in a setting which carried out a Halloween motif. Alttunih • flowers were used throughout the social rooms of the church.' T. 'J. Bailey, who observed his birthday yesterday, was an honored guest at the alfair. » • * Mrs. Keck Is Hostess With Luncheon At Hotel Mrs. G. E. Keck WBS hostess yesterday with a luncheon at Hotel : Noble for members of the Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. Rodney L. Banister received ! high score, and Mrs, O. W. McCutchen won second. Tile dining table was centered with a. low pottery bowl of roses and mixed Fall llo\vers. Mrs. Stiles is Speaker At Yarbro Club Meeting Fire prevention was stressed at tills week's mcctlnc of the Yarbro Home Demonstration Club, held Tuesday night, when Mrs. Lee Stiles spoke on "Fire Prevention." Mrs, Paul Bynim presented th-3 poem, "We Are Counting on You" and Mrs. Byrum demonstrated an apron. During the* business session, a nominating committee was appointed, made up of Mrs. Waller Barnes, Mrs. Ncta Bunch and Mrs. B. A. Bugg. A guest at Ihc meeting was Mrs. Annie Mae Dave of Houston, Tex., houseguest of her sister, Mrs. B,y- rum. Refreshments were salnd plates with cold drinks with Mrs. O. O. EJklns, Mrs. R. A. Copcland and Mrs. Stiles assisting in serving. The next meeting will be held at Uie home of Mrs. Kate Hunch. Bits of News Seniors at High School Provide Automatic 'Bells' Installation of an automatic bell system was bcitun yesterday at Bly- thcvlllc High School. The bell wns given to the school ns a memorial by the 1947 graduating class. The system will have a buzzer on eacli floor of the school, In the gymnasium. Uic Home Economics Cottage, the Agriculture building and Ihe Workshop. At The Hospitals BIA'THEVILLE HOSPITAL Admitted: Mrs. Llllie Sisk, city. Mrs. Etlith Hodge, city. Mrs. Mfle Evrard. city. Mrs. John Lapp, Cnrulhcrsvlllci Mo. N. M. Joliff. Ix>achvllle. Vernita Mostjy. city. Dismissed: • Mrs. J. w. Miller. Stecle, Mo. Joseph H. MUllken, Dell. Sue Carol Shockley. Manila. Kenneth Carey. Manila. Jerry Cnrey. Manila; WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Billy Joe Gean. Gosnell. Mrs. O. T. Archer, Steele, Mrs. C. L. Counts. Luxora. Thomas V--.n Bibber, Rte. 3, city. Mrs. Bailey Garrison, city. Mrs. Charles Odom and baby, Ca- ruthersvllle. b. D. Coleman, Holland, Mo. Glen Bunch; Rte. 1, city. Mrs. J. B. Lorren and baby, Manila. - - t METHODIST HOSPITAL, Memphis Dismissed: Nancy Day. Oseeola. Mrs. -R.-W. •»fe)ci;-cltr/!M .JK'- Mrs. oJhn-Lowe, Osceola.. BAPTIST HOSPITAL, Mnaphla Dismissed: John Crossiio. city. Donnie Crowe, Osceola. Mr, and Mrs. Stanley Necdtiam and two children of ZulUnger, Pa., left, last night (or Oalvcston, Tex., after spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. Mllford Miller and other relatives. Mrs. T. Miller accompanied them to OalvestQii. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Robinson of Corning will spend the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Edwin Robinson. Mrs. Harmon Robinson was Miss Tobltha Catherine Chapman of rtlson before their recent inar- rlugc. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lccc.1i have ac Ihclr houseguest Mrs. Will Norman of Paducah, Ky. Mrs. J. C. Lowe and son. Jerry, Mrs. M. T. Moon. Mrs. C. K. Maddux and her houseguest, Mrs. H. B. Coldren of Alhambra, Calif., have returned to BIytheville after a brief visit in Memphis. Mrs. J. Norrls Moon and son, Norrls Reeves, of Evansvllle, Ind., are the houscguests of Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Moon. Mrs. Joe Trice, Miss Belle Whil- sitl and Miss Alice Whllsltl of Jonesboro spent yesterday here with their nephc*. Russell Campbell, and Mrs, Campbell. Mrs. D. C. PafTord had as her guests ycstmlay at Tom Brennc- mnn's "Breakfast in Hollywood"/In Memphis Mrs. S. W. Whitner and Mrs. Haytnond Bomar. Miss Blllie Jean Turk has arrived from Vivian. La,, to assume duties as First Baptist Church secretary. She will make her home witli Mrs. William Wright, 716 Walnut St. Mrs. R. L. Lamb of Portland. Ore., Is the honseguest ol her sister. Mrs. John Foster, and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. Louts Cherry returned yesterday from Savannah, Ga,. where they attended a New York Life Insurance Company convention at the General Oglethorpe Hotel. Judge and Mrs. Roy Harper of St. Louis will return to their home tomorrow after having been gue'sts a brief time heve of Mrs. Harper's mother, Mrs. A. M. Butt, and family. Mrs, Cecil Shane has had as her cuftt a brief time her brother, ! George Bush of Pnragould." j Mr. and Mrs. Wayland Jamison! of Fulton. Mo., arc spending a few days with Mrs. Jamison's brother. George Muir, Mrs. Muir and family. Mrs. Annie Mae Day of Houston, Tex., is the houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Byruni and family. 'New Look 7 Invades Doll Fashions Soy B«an Hauling 8 'J. , . also general hauling Vanywhere, anytime. Phoni 3757 for prompt service. Little Hallie Walker, almost 4, ts it shnwi up ID doll gets tier.flrsl glimpse of (he wasp-waisted, long-skirted "New Look" fashion* at a pre-Christmas toy preview in New York City. Mrs. Dean Hostess With Dessert Bridge OSCEOLA, Oct. 17.— Ma. C. E. Dean was hostess with a dessert bridge yesterday afternoon at her home on Hale Avenue to four tables of guests, including club members, together with Mrs, C. E. ,Sullenger and Mrs. Myron T. Nailling. In bridge games, Mrs. Joplin Hale won first prize while guest prize went to Mrs. Nailling and cut consolation priae to Mrs. John W. Edrington. The home was decorated with roses and marigolds lor the occasion. Livestock Coming Events Civic Calendar FRIDAY Football—8 p.m. Senior High Chicks vs. Jonesboro. there. M tJ . in- fvfcrtr-""^) FRIDAY Homecoming game — Osceola vs Rector, 8 p.m. Ktwanians entertain ' with school dance afterward. ' ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. Oct. 11. (UP) — (USDAl — Livestock: Hogs 5,200. salable 5,000. Market steady to 25c lower than average Thursday. Bulk of good and choice 180 to 300 Ibs. 29-29.25; top 29.25, mostly for weight sover 220 Ibs.; 160 to 170 Ibs. 21.75-28.50;' 130 to 150 Ibs. 25,50-27.50; 100 to 120 Ib. pigs 22,50-24.50. Good 270 to 450 Ib. sows 27.35-28.25; fcew 28.50. Cattle 2,200, salable 1,500; calves 1,000, all salable. Not enough steer offerings to make a market with odd lots mixed steers and heifer yearlings finding slow sale at about, steady prices, largely common and medium kinds offered, from 14-20. Cows dull in slow clean up trade, wilh little done early. Bulls and ' vealers steady. Mostly common and j medium bulls available at 13-16; a few good sausage bulls' 1650-17.50, but b«f bulls lacking. Good and' ^iolce vealert 34-90;.-common, an* medium 13-16; a few good sausagef bulls 16.50-17.50; but be«[ bulls lacking. Good and choice vealers '24-29; 'common and medium 13-23; culls around 8 to 10. . -'—•••• Slayer Suspect Moved To Jail in Osceola Thomas Anthony. Negro, who was arrested by Missouri authorities at Holland and placed, in the county jail here WediiQsdtiy on charges of murder, was transferred to the county jail in Osceola yesterday, Anthony Is charged wilh the fatal shooli*g of another Ne^ro, William Duckworth, at Nodcna last July. Preliminary-hearing for the Negro has not been set,-- Octette Club Members Entertained at Party Ited roMt decorated Mrs. Cleo Langston's home on West Main Street when she entertained witii a bridge party yesterday afternoon for members of the Octette Club and' another guest, Mrs. C. H. Oresx. Mrs. Orear won high score prise in. afternoon games and second high went to Mrs. Langston. Refreshments were served. . • • • Club U Entertained By Mrs. Cunningham Mrs. M. A. Isaacs played bridge yesterday afternoon with members of the Mid-Week Bridge Club when Mrs. O. A. Cunningham entertained the group with a bridge luncheon. Luncheon was served at the dining room table, centered with an attractive arrangement of garden flowers. Mrs. A. Conway and Mrs. H. H. Houchins won prizes- In the games. Lavon Easley Named : President of Class j • : Lavon Easlcy has been elected president of the Burdette School sophomore class. Other officers who will serve are Annabel! Lutes, vice president; Ruth Peterson, secretary; Bobbye Jean McDonald, treasurer; . Virginia I Pierce, reporter, nnd Mamie Lloyd, I sons: leader. \Vhcn the election meeting was held Wednesday, plans were also discussed for socinl activities and monthly dues. Virginia Pierce presided. Mrs. S. S. Patterson is sponsor of the group. Scout Troop Elects Betty Ellis as Scribe Betty Jo Elite has been elected Scribe of Scout Troop Four. Other officers who will serve are Bonnie Glover, reporter, and Pat McGregor, treasurer. Plans were also made at the meeting for an overnight camping trip. Mrs. Glenn Ladd is scout leader for the troop. Read Courier News Want Ads. Good Southern Cooks delight 'em with Hot Biscuits and DIXIE ;tout CROC At WAT* *AT DIXIE malei golden brown biscuits «xtr« delicioui. Finer inqredienli give it » (re»K, <[»vor-r!ch *»>le. In fact, DIXIE flatten the flavor of all loth of hot breads, rolls, popovers, muffins and toast.And DIXIE Ii richer in food energy . . . »n economical sourct of precious Vitamin A. lv«ry pound the year around U fortified with Vitamin A. DIXIE MARGARINE ig^ v ,, i* ivt^*.-^! > *• >• *v- < .*>! The Most Beautiful of Christmas Gifts ... is a beautiful picture of you—one that captures charm and personality—one that is a true likeness. 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