SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1, 1947 (ARK>) NEWS Miss Hessie Becomes Bride of H. E. Bunch .Miss Nannie Mae Hessle, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Bennie E. Hessle, became the bride of Hugh Edward Bunch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Huey Bunch of Yarbro, In a single ring Stilwell Home Setting ': For Halloween Party Sura Hob Slilwell WHS hostess last nlshl with a. Halloween party for fellow members ot the fourth grade o! Sudbury School and their teach-* er Mrs. George Wiggs and other ceremony this morning. 10 o'clock j friends, at the home of her par- at First Christian Church, with cuts Mr. anc' Mrs. George Stllweit. the Rev. R. Scott Balrd, pastor, officiating. The altar was decorated with rgc The home was attired with ull t the festive decorations for the af- ( fair and Halloween stories and oth- , floor baskets of white tuberoses, j cr games furnished the entertain- giant chrysanthemums, pom pom ! ment. * -tied with white satin baws, throughout the evening, L 8 "^*^ 1 ,.^" 6 !'"" 8 -^ The young hostess £ chrysanthemums and gladioli. The 1 baskets, were A program of nuptial music, including the traditional marches, was presented O wl: The bride wore a grey Refreshments were served was assisted in entertaining by her sister Lotiin - , Pearl Stilwell and Bobbye Estcs, and DS Mrs i in serv i n g by her mother and Mrs. Cecil Lowe. She pinned a corsage of I Ro ,. woods white carnations at her shoulder., 1 wuuu!> ' , satin street length dress and carried a Home Economics Club white prayer book, lopped with a LJ I '»• i' R;L white purple throated orchid and nas initiation KlteS~- showered with tuberoses and gladioli florcttes. The BIythcville chapter of the Future Homemakers of America nf h M i pr oA^J'wn HC '"7, f"- ma . tr ° n held thei;. f'ormar i^it^tion" c I;S^li^^*^*"" ~ ™™| B ,. nI?h i •" the aurti- , Don Bunch, brother ol the bridegroom, served as best man. The couple left immediately following the ceremony for a wedding trip, after which they will make their home at Yarbro, where he is engaged in farming. Alley Sisters Hostesses With Halloween Party Bobby Jo and Billy Jean Alley were hostesses last niglit with « halloween party at their home for 35 of their friends, who were all dressed in festive costumes. The affair was held In the Alley's workshop which was decorated with witches, corn stalks, pumpkins, black cat* and balloon; hanging from the celling. Dancing and games were played throughout the evenng, A prize was awarded to Sue Halford In the bobbing for the apple contest. Refreshments of sandwiches, punch and halloween candies were served. The young hostesses were assisted in serving by their mother Mrs. Scott Alley, and by'Mrs. Jim Stovall, Mrs. Earl Lowefy, Mrs. W. A. . Angel, Mrs. Russell Gaskin and Mrs. Ira Walters. ' Club Is Entertained " By Mrs. 0. 0. Elkins Chicks' Queen Is Crowned At Homecoming Miss Mary Louise Morgan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Whltuev Morgan, was crowned Queen of the Blytheville Chickasaws at an,Impressive ceremony bofore the Bly- theville-Texark,«na football game last night at Haley Field. Miss Morgan arrived on the field In .1 convertible driven by , Bobby Mullen. Her mnids, Wlllagetie Daws, Barbara Monngh'nn, Martha Dale Dixon. Patsy Besharse, Vivian Taylor, Susie Cralton. Barbara Denning I and Doris Stone, dressed In tra- | dltional maroon and white, formed an aisle down which the Queen walked. She was met in center field uy Captain Billy Wayne McFailnnd and Co-Captain Harold Trnylor, who escorted her to her tlirono, where she was presented flower; by Co-Captnin Traylor and crowned Queen by Captain McF.irlnnd. At the half of the game Blytheville fans watched one of the most C. B. C. Club members and on* new member Mrs. Clarence Dowdy, met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. O. O. Elkins on Ash Street. • Entertaining rooms of the home were attractively decorated with roses and chrysanthemums. In rook games played Mrs. Lendennie Fowler won high, Mrs. Alv;n Hardy, second and Mrs. Elkins, rooko. The hostess served refreshments of sandwiches and iced drinks. * • * Halloween Party Given By Leota June Moore Leota June Moore was hostess Friday night with a Halloween party at her.home for 26 of her friends, all of whom were dressed in the traditional Halloween costumes. Prizes were won In the games played by Roy Lovelace, Molly Joe Beasley and Jimmy Walsh. • Refreshments were served and favors were given to each of the guests. * * * Halloween Celebrated By Girl Scout Troop Witches, goblins, black cuts and ghosts greeted members of Scout Troop Six when they met last night at the home of Ann Seay on Highway 18 for a Malloween Party. Various Halloween games were played throughout the evening and June Freeman was presenter! a prize for the most unique costume. Refreshments of hot dogs, assorted party lood, cookies and Iced drinks were served by Mrs. T. I. fieay and Mrs. Coady Eaton, troop leader YOUR CARS : ELECTRICAL SYSTEM NEEDS OUR Scienfifi(Cfiec/<-u/>.' • FOR FAST STARTS AND QUICK GETAWAYS • FOR GREATER ECONOMY • FOR SMOOTH PERFORMANCE If your car is sluggish—if it "misses" when you "give it the gun" —if it is slow- starting, bring it in ... . . . our factoryttraincd mechanics know what it needs! memb*s took part In the ceremony, j Jnt^sUng pcr,onnances of tto On the stage was a table which j Blytheville High Schol band under tlje ip^j.j.j,.^ of [u . ad Mu j. J1 . cllCj June Buchanan. The Chicknsaw War Dunce, a luvoritc of the fans, was presented for the first time this year. In keeping with the holiday season, the band formed n giant pumpkin, outlined on the dark field with orange lights on tile caps. Suddenly from the South a hoard of ghosts attacked and the field was cleared for the second half of the game when the band members ran screaming from the field. was centered with a single red candle representing Home Economics, and eight white candles signlgying the eight purposes of the organization. Nine girls in formal drosses formed a semi-circle around the table and a large Future Homemakers of .America emblem hung in the background. After tile initiation ceremony in the auditorium members went to the Home Economics cottuge for a tea at which the mothers of the members were guests. Mrs. W. L. Horner, who has been elected club mother for the year was presented to the chapter by Miss Verneal O'Neal, president. Other officers who are serving this year are, Miss Tina CarWyle, lirst vice-president; Miss Maxine Hipp, second vice-president; Miss Dollie Thompson, third vice-president; Miss Opal McDermott, secretary; Miss Peggy Hipp, reporter and'Miss Ina Carwyle, .historian. School Celebrates . N With Halloween Parties Yesterday afternoon was the occasion for pranks and fun "when Mrs. William Wyatt and son, Bill, surprised students of the first grade at Yarbro school with a Halloween party. Judy Ann Coles and Fay Bailey won prizes In the contest held and favors were presented to each guest. Bobbing for apples was the main attraction when Mrs. Howard Viar, Mrs: Lee Richardson, Mrs. Floyd Snyder, Mrs. Vernice Brlster, Mss. Walter Barnes were hostesses to the third and fourth grades with a party. Refreshments and hal- loween candies and ice cream were served. The fifth and sixth grades were entertained with a birthday party as well as a Halloween party when Mrs. Ray Handiey presented her daughter, Annie LoQise, with a birthday cake. In the treasure hunt prize.s'vyere won by Wheeler Gracy and Doyle Leslie Johnson. Cake and ice cream were served to the 24 guests present. » • * Cobb Sons Celebrate Danny and David Cobb, sons of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Cobb celebrated Halloween last night with a party at their home. There were 40 guests present and games were played during the evening. Following the refreshments of cookies and iced drinks, the guests were taken to the Blythevllle-Tex- arkana football game. Church Will'Observe Festival Sunday First Lutheran Church of Blythe- Girl Scout Leaders PAGE FIVB- Ivl Blytheville Joins Observance of Girl Scout Week Celebration of National Oirl Scout Week, observed this week by BIythcville Girl Scouts together with others throughout the United States, will be climaxed tomorrow afternoon with a tea to be given from 3 to 5 o'clock at the Little House in Walker Park. Girl Scout Leaders, are volunteers with the wellare of America's young womanhood al heart. They serve the more than one million Girl Scouts throughout the nation, helping girls become better citizens, and it is these volunteer leaders who are particularly honored today by the Blytheville Girl Scout organization. They, together with the mothers. will be honor guests at the tea and open house tomorrow at- tcrnocn. Blytheville Oirl Scout leaders arc Mrs. Glenn Ludd, president of the Lone' Troop Association, Mrs. S. C. Owens, Mrs. Coady Eaton, Mrs. Hugh WhiUiitt, Mrs. Leonard Johnson. Mrs. W. D. Co Tant, Mrs. n. A. C shine Knight, Mrs. J. Mcll Brooks Jr., Mrs. P. A. Garrott, Miss June Stires and Mrs. John Miles Miller. oUb. Mrs* ary, Miss C. A. s Sun- 'Mrs. 'Fergus Honored By Mrs. Joe Rhodes Sr. OSCEOLA, Nov. 1.—Mrs. J. W. Fergus was honored on her 93rd birthday Thursday at noon with a luncheon at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Joe Rhodes Sr. wllh members of the Immediate family attending. Out-of-town guests were her Eon. W. H. Fergus and Mrs. Fergus of Miami, Okla. Mrs. J. S. McCants entertained Friday afternoon with n seated ten honoring Mrs. J. W. Fergus and Mrs, W. H. Fergus of Miami. Decorations for both occasions were dahlias, -red roses and gladioli. D:in Wade Is spending the weekend at thO'Untverslty of Arkansas, lAiycttcviile, as guest of* Edscl Hurber. Mrs. E. M. Terry Sr. and Mrs. Edv.ii, Robinson have returned from Memphis whcro they spent several days, They were' motored Jiome by Mrs. Jniucs Tcny. " Mrs. W. A. Affllck (inrt sou. w. A. Jr., are spending the d,\y In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Young nnd daughter and Mrs. Thelmii Hook- coop of Shamrock, -rex., were the overnight guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. K. L, Young and family lust nliilil. They are on their way to Savannah, Ga., where they will now make their home. Jerry Hnley, B student at Arkiin- sns State College. Joncsboro, Is spending the weekend with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Don Hnlcy. Miss George Ann Stilwell, Miss Ernestine French, Miss Mildred Meador and Miss Bnrbarn Culll- son, all students nt Arkiinsus State Jonesboro. are spi'iidlng the weekend with their parents here. A118, UOIl AuUOtt Wilt) llUS UCCMl ' ~ "•-•••••, >n.», tm^it n nmm i IMIU *>j i r>. Ljirunn I [I J connnod to her home for several I vlllo women-who give of tlicli time and talents (o n proved" """">""< ls '»"•=" i"'- belter citizens. s •Mr. nnd Mis. C. F. Mlchnol hnvc returned from Boonevillo. Miss., after spending several days there with friends nnd relatives. Kenny Young, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. K. L. Young, hns been con- tlncct to his home nt the V. II. Q for sevcr.il days because of a foot Injury. * Jennings Bailey is spending the weekend in St. Louis where he will attend the nniuml snlcs conference of the Hunter Packing Compnny. He was accompanied by Tom Vnn- dever. Condition of A. P. Burk, who lias been seriously ill of a heart nil- been moved from the Blythevllla Hospital to his home at Clear Lake. Gerald Blomeyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Blomeyer. who Is A few Of lilythcvlllc Seoul U-ndcr., are pictured above, loft t o n fim , Ml ,,. j,,,,,, Mlll , 8 M||1C| . M| . s Cllenn Lndd, Mrs. Hugh WhIUIt and Mrs. Leonard Johnson. There nlc orl i v K \ amnll ,, lmlu( , r of tllc jji y i hc j VillA U'fmlnn _u-ll/l (rlvn nt lh/,1.. ,[,,,„ -.,., ,.. , ..... I lie yoiiiig tills of the community' to Income student at Mississippi state, Stark- vllle. Is spending the weekend with Loy Allnn Elch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Loy B. Eich, has been named Coming Events • Car >^r Society to Meet Social Calendar j At Blomeyer's Home MnvtiAv I A mcclll 'K « r Hi" Nm'lh Mlsslsslp- .ni^'^ Woman's Club for pot luck .supper. i 010 w n^,?;, 1 V'' ..'„_ ',.,„ ey0 '; Women's Society of Christian inrliiv by Mrs ' nnin.pi M»,,,! ! J »? t rcarjf.5rs? \ '«- ™"^"' all dny study meeting nnd luncheon R<1 l' ol ' ls «'lll • be given to the Woman's Missionary Union of c °'"!'' " C P . ° n ."'» 1 '' lrst n "<l Se- Flrsl Uuptlst Church' huvlng busi-i <=c ", ld P sl ,''' c l Hcltl Ar '"5' Training ness meeting at the church 2'30 , cl , llcld '" Newport on October p.m. ' | "• There will nlso be discussion ns Mrs M. PHKslmmons hostess to I',? vvh * ll , wr °>' "ol to hold a freo Mission study Group of First' " 11 "»"°« l| o cancer, cllnlo nt this Christian Church. ' j Lj me . R , nd B)SO lll <> Oancer Essay Hachahomn — Mrs. Elton Foster I ^ O|U ' S| " "«™ annually ench March sldent; ; Cecil Wright, mcmbcrshlj vicL'-presldeiU; Hny Olive, seci'C tury-trensiirfr. Dinner was served by women of the chinch. C/iifr 7s By Mr*. Jo* " / '•• •:> , OSOEOLA. Nor. I.-MM. Jw«W. Edrlngion ehteHalned tour fpMii M bridge club member* And thn* guests, Mr». pan Haxriner, Mrs,' K. D, Mears and Mrs E A, Hood, Wtth a spaghetti supper Tbundar at her horn*/ The Halloween motif' WM out in the tallies arid covers. Red and yellow chryuntbamaw* In low crystal bowl* decor»t«d entertaining roomc of the home. Mr«, Mears won high score In th»-> games played and Mrs, Hamncr won second high. Traveling prtoe wu won by Mrs. Ben Butler Jr. At The Hospitals BLVTHEVILIX HOBmAL Admitted: .' Howell Clark, KeU«r. ' Amelia Watson, Wardell, Mo. John Wiley, Roajland. Mrs. B. J. Neeley, HolUrod, Mo. Dismissed: Mrs. Frank Kincaid, Cfcoter, Ma. Mrs. R. I,. Slatler, Manila Mrs, W. J. Hill, Osceol». BIRTHS: Born'to Mr. and Mrs Otta Lorttt, city, * daughter, last night WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Barbara Ann Whit*. Hires, Mo. Mrs. o. a. Kitchens and b«by. city. Mrs. A. r. Ward, Oscwls. Edward Thompson? Manila. Mrs. Charles Abbott and b«by, city. ' Juckic Blaylock. Braggadocio, Mo, BAPTIST HOSPITAL, Menphto Dismissed: C. D. Ayors, Osccola. MKTIIODIST HOSPITAL, Memphh Ulsnilsscd: Mrs. M. T. Moon, Blythevill*. ORO — Miss Vcrn Goodrich. World Community Dny mcetl wuuu vjummuniiy uay meeting ,, , , ,, . 2:30 p.m. nt First Methodist Church. f3Cno ° 1 wln '* .-. the freshman, sophomore, Junior mid senior classes of the High TUESDAY Eight - Mrs R C Allim All members of the Cancer Coin- mitteo are Invited to nltonrt this meeting, Mrs. Hammock said. Academy, Lebanon, Tenn., where Miss Frances Field, a student at Drnughon's Business College In Memphis is spending the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs •I. J. Field. H. R. Campbell Is spending two weeks In New York on business. Miss lilllle Louise Galnes; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. n. L. Galnes, is spending the weekend with lii;r parents and sister, Mary Prances Gaines. She is a student Rt Memphis Art Academy. Miss Joanne Cajnpbcll, a student at Southwestern in Memphis wns home last night to attend the niy- thcville-Toxaikium football game. Mrs. A. M. Unit left this morning for St. Louis where she will visit with, her daughter. Mrs. W. M. Robinson nnd family for several .weeks. She went especially to be there while Mr. Robinson undergoes a major Ojjeration. . Mr. nnd Mrs. L. E. Old were I if Columbia, Mo., last night for the homecoming football game at the University of Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mlnyard left yesterday for New Orleans, La., where they attended the football. game Insl night and then in Baton' Rouge, La., where they will attend! the football game tonight. ' I Mrs. M. T. Moon was removed to] ' fhere Baptist Men Organize 'WEDNESDAY I Brotherhood at Luxora Town and Country — Mrs. Cleo Wednesday Bridge — Mrs. O. A. Cunningham. THURSDAY Octette -— Mrs. Edwin tloblson. O. 'N. B. — Mrs. Louis Zcller. Jolly Eiht — Mrs. J. o. Hucy. Thursday Luncheon — Mrs. R D. Hughes : Sr. Thursday Contract - i\.v H. W. Wylic. Mid-Week —. Mrs. W. L. Hpr- ncr- FRIDAY CBC club — Mrs. R. A. Copeland. Civic Calendar MONDAY Junior Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors—7:30 p.m. TUESDAY Community Chest Drive Lions Club—12:15 p.m. American Legion Auxiliary- 8:00 p.m. American Legion—8:00 p.m.- WEDNESDAY Community Chest Drive Kiwanls Club—12:10 p.ni. THURSDAY Community Chi-sl Drlvn Rotary Club—12:lo p.m. FCO'lBALb: Paps vs Newport— LUXORA. Nov. The Bnp- list Brotherhood of the Firflt Baptist Church met for Its orgnnlzn- Uonnl meeting Wednesday night at the church with 11 members present. auest speaker was the Rev. Nelson Tnll, slat c secretary of the Baptist Brotherhood movement In Arkansas. The committee 1 nominate^ llie following men for officer!! of the "organization' to b c voted upon at the next regular meclliiB, J. M. Majors, program vice-president; Olllrerl Lynch, activities vlce-prc- To Club Members, Guest OSOEOLA, Nov. 1.—Mrs. Joo Rhodes Jr. was hostess to two tables of club niemoer.% and one gucsl, Mil Bob Kcmlrkks ycs- tcrduy afternoon with n bridge party at her homo. ' i Mrs. Fred Taylor won high score tnd Mrs. W. D. Alexander received ' second high. j The hostess served » dessert course And yellow and white chry- santjiemum.'i were uned as decorations In the home. Halloween Carnival Held At Otceola High School OEOEOLA, Nov. 1.—The Annual Halloween Carnival ol the Osceola Schools, sponsored by tlie Pnrent- Tcacher Association, was hold la.si night at the Osctola High School. Judy Ashmore, fifth grade, wns crowned queen of tho carnival ny Mary Carol Kendrlcks. Her maids were Kay McCiuty and Nancy Harris. Laura Kenrirlcks was presented first prize for her costume and 100 children were prpKcnt. Swifts are reputed to be the fnsl- d.st of all bird, flyers. FR& TO EXPECTANT MOTHERS A Cope lie educoM •on prenainl and vnal bookie! • w born care her home yesterday from the Meth-! FRIDAY odist Hospital in Memphis She was : Community chest Drive accompanied home by Mr. Moon! FOOTBALL: Chicks vs North and Mrs. W. T. Baruett, Her con- j Liulc Rock—Here dition is much improved. I ~ Pic. Frank McGrudcr. of the Army Supper Will Be Held ginning at 2:30 p.m. Immediately after the services the Ladies Guild of the church will serve a luncheon, buffet style, in the church yard. -- ----- _. — j — ville will ^observe 'its annual Mis- 1 The public is cordially invited to sion Festival Sunday tomorrow attend, It was announced today by with a special afternoon service be- the Rev. Robert Jaeger, pastor. SERVICE IS BEST FOR YOU* CAM REGARDLESS OF MAKE SHE Motor Company 119 W. Ash Dial 4438 Get "Set 1 For The Holidays ... by letting one of our know-how hair-dressers . . . set your hnir into this latest, style softly swept back from the ears with brow-dipping ANNOUNCEMENT Edith Bollingcr has" purchased the Beauty Clinic and is now in charge of its operation. No changes are contemplated in the policy of this shop . . . we will ^continue to feature reasonable prices at the most comfortable shop in town. •k Margaret Deen Smith * Dorothy Hardy McDcrmolt * Edith Bellinger —Operators OUR PRICES: Regular Price PLAIN SHMPOO & SET . . Sl.OO MANICURE ' 75c FACIALS §2,50 PERMANENT $6.50 up THE BEAUTY CLINIC l*r Nat'l Bank Bldg. Phone 3274 MATERNAL and NEWBORN j CARE, was'written by an out- i standing specialist for expectant J mothers on the fundamentals of « prenatal and newborn care. 64 J pages of educational text with J 29 illustrations, charts and j graphs. A helpful guide for J all expectant mothers. i cuts, Mr. nnd Mrs. Dnn McOrudcr, j tn e Womnns Chib lor n pot luck nnd his grandmother, Mrs. Jess suppci. Province. I Hostesses lor the affnlr will be Xfrs. rtalelgh Sylvester, Mrs. II. R. Alkcn, Mrs. N. W. Kyle nnd Mrs. Mnrvin Critteiidcn. CITY DRUG CO. Ed Williams, Druggist 101 East Main St. Blytheville, Ark. Reid Courier News Want Ads. Clear Heeds Choose What! M((iior advertising (costing ?100,000,000 aninially) kept before llie American people, is lontled with falsehoods, exaggerations, and lies. ThoKc who drink are called, "Men of Distinction." It is "Clear Heads" who choose certain brands. Scientific tests show that those" who drink suffer from the loss of memory, visual reaction, and reasoning power. The fact is that "Clear Meads" are those who do not drink. The "Men of Distinction" do NOT drink. It is only the fools among us why pay for the deceiving ads, the big liquor profits, as well as the stuff they drink. They pay double with broken homes, loss of character, and loss of self respect. "Clear heads" choose, alright. But they don't choose liquor. They choose the good things that bring joy ftnd happiness to their families and friends. "Clear Heads" are choosing to STOP THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC. This ad sponsored by the Mississippi County Ministerial Association. •^>v4- ro-ffEfit-ii yiM^Us WHY? 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Showing Sundaj 1:15-11:1 Paramount News and SharU I Cmitlnuous Showing 1:15 p.m.-ll:00 p.m. Box Ofn'ce Opens 6:3«i Show SUrtt 6:45 SATURDAY West of Dodge City with Charles SUrrctt Serial: "Black Widow" No. and Short 12:30-11:3(1 n m. Conltmioua Showing * 11:00 ».m.-ll:30 !l Sunday and Monday Fox News A S«le<HM Shtrt Omit. Showing Sunday 1:J4-1I: Coming to tfit GEM THEATRE Blyrh.vil!., Ark. j Ghost Town 1 Renegades ] with 11 it- Mm Serial "Seahwnwr N*. « * CwtMM Cont'd Shmn tot l»J» to lid* Cont. Showing Outlay I:l*-h4l Admission AMU Me. Tu bet.
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