The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 4, 1947 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 4, 1947
Page 4
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FAGB FOUt BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 194T 4461 Mm Bry«on Engaged ITo Jame« Nelson Parki Mr. (Ad Mr§. Herbert Mancum Bryson at Bnttrprlse. AJ», sn- nounw the entxement of their daughter, Ml«« Betty June Bryson, to JtmM Nelson P»rki. too o( Mr. and -xn. Itex Parks o( Bly- Armorel Queens Piiru (or th« weddtnc to bt •olemnlifd NOT, 1«, will In announced l»t«r. Mlo Bryson WM frid'inlsd from •nlerjjrlJe Hi«h School Rnd attended Huritlnjton College mid th* tTftlYtraity of Altbumn. Tu»c*looa«. Mr. Parki wn» gr»dual«d from 'BJythevllle -High School, attended tfnlTWtttjr o« MiMlSdlppl. Oxford and servti three yean in the Armed Force*. He !i now owner K\A oiKrator erf P»r)t« Glennetu. • • • Weslyan Guild Meets For Buiiness, Social Mrs. O. f. Qucllmalz gave the d«- »otionil lasl night when members of the WMleyan Guild Service of First Methodist Church 1 met at the church for a business meeting nnd nocial. A nominating commence composed of Mrs. Vance Henderson, chairman, Miss 'Mary Hubler nnd Miss Mnmle L. Adams. WBS »ppointcd to serve during the coming year. plans to send two members to the Ares Rally, which will be held in Little Rock Nov. 8 nnd 9, were discussed. Fallowing the business meeting. Mrs. Allen D. Stewart, and Mrs. Jack Bishop were hostesses at a tea in the social rooms. The lace covered refreshment table was centered with a bouquet o[ pink chrysanthemums Clanked by pink tapers In crystal candle holders. Mrs. Johnson Hostess To Baptist Y. W. A. Mrs. C. E. Johnson was hostess last night to members o( the Young Women: Association of the first Baptist Church, together with one guest, Mrs. George Davis. Mrs. Davis gave the first chapter on-the new mission, book entitled "My World Too." Old nnd new business was dlscxissed and the meeting was dismissed with prayer. The hostess served refreshments. W.S.C.S. Meeting Held At Lake Street Church The \Voniari5 Society of Christian Service of Lake ' Street Methodist Church met yesterday al- ternoon at 2:30 p.m. tit the church lor a business meeting. Mrs. H. H. Blcrliu gave the devotional from the 5th chapter o John. A prayer wns given by Mrs George Crews after the de\x' und Mrs. George Stliwell presldcc over the short business session. The meeting was dismissed with prayer. Baptist. Women Meet For Business Session Tlie Women's Missionary ^ic of First Baptist Church had business meeting yesterday afternoon at the church. Mrs. W. Marion Williams, president, opened the meeting by repealing .the watchword for the year, which was followed by a hymn and a prayer led by Mrs. E. E. Stevens. Mrs. E. C/ Brown gave the devotional on Thanksgiving taken from the 100th psalms and HS>h-|ins. The meeting was dismissed with prayer which wnt given by Mrs. Brown. Bits of News Mr*, o- Lewli Wilson of Memphis and daughter, Miss Anna Lou Wilson, who In a student at Blue Mountain College, Blue Mountain Miss, were weekend guests of Mt«, Stout and Dr. and Mr». C. E. Wilson. [ Mrs, Harold Anderson and Mrs R, B. Stout had as their guests yesterday their grandmother, Mr/!. W. R, Halrston of Conway, and their aunt, Mr*. Put Murphy o< Hulbert. Mr. and Mrs- Harold Anderson and »on have an their guests. Mis. Anderson's mother, Mm. A. W. Martin of Dallas. Tex. Mrs. W. B. McMullln il (B at her home on 622 W. Main. Mr. and Mrs. Carl l.ay were called to Forrest City this morning because of the serious Illness ol Mrs. Lay's mother, Mrs. E. G. Morris. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bnrncs motored them down. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Austin are parent* of a daughter named Margaret I/julsc, born Thursday Oct. 29 lit the Blythevlllo Hospital. They have one other child, Jerry Wayne. Mrs. Austin-Is the former Miss Margie Mitchell, Miss Nina Sue Austin nnd Ray- In Mlsslont". Reprewntativei from th* nr*t Baptiat r.nd Canary Baplbt churches here attended. Conferences were conducted by Mrs- C. H. Ray, Miss l*verne Ashby, Mrs. !".E. GOOdbar, Mrs, H, M. Keck and Mrt. Harold B. Tillman. Mrs. H. L. Robinson, district president and Mrs. Jamea H, Carter Jr., councilor attended the meet- Ing. Closing meditation via given by Mrs. W. B. Longford. Mrt. Young It Hostess To Christian Women O6CEOLA, Nov. 4.—Mrs. Welby Young was hostess yesterday afternoon to members of the Christian Workers of the First Christian Church at hjer home. Mrs, Bruc« Ivy, president, was In charge of the meeting and Mrs. Dick Fletcher gave the devotional. Mrs, Ivy gave the lesson study "Perfect Unity of The Scriptures". Mrs. J. C. Scurlock gave two poems and Karen Young gave a reading. Refreshment* were served by the hostess. .Meeting Order of Rainbow Olrlf meeting tonight at the Muonlc Hall »t 1:30 o'clock. All membcri «r« urged to be present, It wa* announced by Mrs. W. C. Coleton. Attend Church Minting Th* R*». Bobert Jaeger ar.4 June* DM! will letve tomorrow for Domini where they will «erv« «j delegates to a meeting of piston and laymen of the Eut Arkan- Kai-Weat TennewM Zone of the. Missouri Synod Lutheran Church, Catholic Society Meets 1 Catholic Altar Society met yesterday afternoon at the School Hall with 15 members present. Mrs. Jerry Poe, presiding officer appointed chairmen for the booths at the Annual Christmas Bazaar to be held Dec. 3 at the Legion Hut. Chairmen are Mrs. Dick Robert*, advertising; Mrs, Carl Green, aprons; Mrs. Otho Stanfleld and Mrs. Jo« Fellhauer, handwork; Mrs. A. C. Duclos and Mrs. Bennie Hessle, food booth; Mrs. Terry Lane and Mrs. Wagnon, knitting and crocheting; Mrs. J. F. 1 Montanclon and Mrs. I hostess following the meeting.' Amu Rice, lunch and coffee; Mrs. Lloyd V. Wise and Mrs. Sterling Martin, candy and cakes. Mrs. Hunt Entertains The Women's Auxiliary OSCEOLA, Nov. 4.—The Women's Auxiliary of Calvary Episcopal Church was entertained yesterday afternoon at the home: of Mrs. W. E. Hunt. Mrs. W. W. Pruitt gave the study course entitled; "Life of Jesus." Jtefreshments were served by the WON'T THESE LOOK Festive Carnival Held At Missco High School Miss Beth Neal, daughter of Mr. ,011(1 Mrs. C. S. Neal reigned as, .. „ „ I queen at the Halloween Carnival \ mond Grandi of Mempais were , ^,_,,, ,-^, ^ n nt ^m rr .^ n ui™v, c~i.^ n i Methodise Women Meet the weekend guests of her parent,, I ^™™ la ™ f ot Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A. Austin of Dell. ' Rllnllcl up to ' The Rev. Bernard Brnckin has returned to Lee college, Cleveland, Tenn.. where he Is a student, after spending the weekend with his parent):, Mr. and Mrs. Smith Brnckin Eii route lie visited In Memphis with his sister. Mrs. R. L. Topper nnd Mr. Topper. Mrs. Ten Shaffer and C. W. He;ile Jr.. of Memphis were weekend guests of Mrs. H - a - Wlckham, Miss Georgia Webb, junior hi^h queen, nntl Miss Ilctty I'cnnlnRton, senior high queen, were crowned Friday night at the annual Halloween Carnival at. Armorel High School. . wn, weekend Ruest of Mr. and Mr, A. G. Hnl He «-as acco. npan eri home by his mother Circles Meet At Church For Business Session Citclcs.Onc and Two of the Bap- ( 1st Misxoimry Union or Calvary st Church met ftt the church estcrriay afternoon at 2:yo o'clock or their tegular monthly business Heeling and missionary program. ; Tlie meeting was opened with he singing of the song. "Hnrk he Voice of Jesus Calling," and community mission report was ?iven by Mrs. IX Webster. Mrs. '- } Mabel Lnnsford gave a report on he Womens Missionary %vovk lor he month of October, Mr.s. Mabel Uuisford, Mr.s. D. Webster. Mrs. lice Holmes, Mrs. Agnes llnyil and Mrs. Lraniii Hubln.son pur- >i\ted on the program, inul the devotional was given by Mrs. J. Mrs. Tomlinson jave prayer. Club Is Enlcvlamccl By Miss Higgmson Miss Dorothy Jean Iligginson entertained members of the GEO Club mid one guest, Miss Maxine Held of Oklnhoma City. Okla.. tnst night at her homo on Chickasawba. Avenue .with a dessert bridge. During the names played Miss Vera Goodrich won high score iitul Miss Reid received bridge). BnurilK \ of roses and chrysanthemums were used as decorations throughout the entertaining rooms. Luncheon Comuhments Miss Dorothy Dyess noui.trcc, who Mrs. has Jose bee, i issco High School, queen was Mi.w Edna Pearl firinklcy, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Henry Brinkley of Midway, The animal a [fair was sponsored by the Parent-teacher A.viociatiou. Wilson School Holds Halloween Carniyal WILSON. Ark., Nov. 3. OSCEOLA, Nov. 4.—Mrs. Slelvin Waggoner was In charge of the program at yesterday's meeting of Woman's Society of Christian Service of First Methodist Church at Die church. Mis. Druce Colbert and Mrs. E. Burns assisted Mrs. Waggoner on the program. Wilson Coming Events Social Calendar WEDNESDAY Womans C3uilU of the. first Lutheran Church will meet at 7:30 p.m. I Wednesday night al the home of Mrs. F. (j. Hcichcl. High School had their annual Hal- j Town 3nd country - Mrs, Mrs. Bachain Will Serve As President of Club OSCEOLA. Nov. 1. — Mrs. Bnx- lon Bragg of Osceoln entertained ) yesterday afternoon with a lunch- the closing con nt Hotel Ponboriy honoring 1 Miss Dorothy Dycss, bride-elect of i William Henry Brlce of Memphis. Thp luncheon table was centered with a bouquet oi broni-.e, yellow and henna chrysanthemums in a bronze flat bowl on a mirrored Mrs- George Durham wns elected . to serve j>s president of the Pnsl Patrons and Matrons Club o/ the : Order of Eastern filar last night when the club met for a pot luck supper and hobo party. : Oils Etonll Jr.. was circled to serve ns vice president nnd Mis. N. F. Kyle, secretary. Mrs. Marvin Crlttenden. Mrs. Tinlclgh Sylvesler. Mr.s. Holland iVikcu and Mrs. Kyle were hostesses nt (he party and following the supuer the guests played rook. Mrs. R. A. Berryman won high score ror i-he women and Wilbur Wahl won high for the men. Mrs. Blogett received traveling prize. The Individual place cards pasl lwo weeks. visiting her sislcr. Mrs. Hall anil Mr. Stall, for the past two weeks. The Re*'. K. K. Latitnerr who Is pastor of the central Christian Church in Hattlesburg, Miss.. Is much Improved after suffering a, severe heart attack. The Rev. Mr. Latlmer Is the former pp.stor of the First Christian Church here. Mrs. C. L. Wylie and Mrs. J. E. Cnllnwny are spending today In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Lognn left this morning for Seattle. Wash., where they will spend several weeks with relatives. They plan to stop in El Paso, Tex., for a few days. Mrs. Noah Burroughs of Maiden. Mo., is spending several wecksliere with her daughter. Mrs. Jesse I, Cain and family. Mis. Joseph need of Milwaukee, ' Wise., wns the guest last night ot i Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Thomas. She ' is the former Miss Al Kincey ot BH'theville. Mis. W. B. Kioblcr of Enid, Okla. and Mrs. John W. Tnucr of Dallas Tex., will arrive today to speiu several days with Dr. and -Mrs W. F. Brewer. Mrs. Brewer Is their [ sister. Mr. nnd Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gee returned this morning from New York City where they spent the Friday night at | Miss Marguerite Llghlfoot, n sa- phomore. was crowned senior queen by KhlK Harold Ra;'. also a sophomore. Mnry Ann Craln from the ci^hlh srade' has chosen to rei^n as junior o.ueen and was crooned by King H. P. Cash also of the eighth grade. Mnlds and their _scorts were, Miss Fonla M«e Jerome and Lcs- tev Hale Jr., from the senior class. Miss Sue Tyler nnd Billy Tenl from the 'unior class nnd Nancy Grain and Cork: Simmons froi the seventh grade. Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Patterson. Mrs. Dyer Garner, Mrs. CUtlord Elliott Mrs. \V. L. Smith spejit yes- featured nose-gays of pom pom chrvsunthcmums. The Biicst-of-honor wore a blown gabardine dress with mulching ac- tcrday In Memphis. ocssories and pined a corsage of tallsuiiin roses and pom pom chrysanthemums nt her shoulder. The guest list included Miss Jonn Tempi), of Dallas. Tex., Miss Betty Wimdei'Hch. Miss Jnmle Branch. Miss W. K. Weldon, Miss PMsy Campbell. Miss Margaret Mason. Miss Clnir James. Miss Lu- jcille Hnmcr. Mrs. David Tipton. Mis': Hilma Seay. MLss Jasper Tem- pletnm. Mrs. w. B. BracR, Mrs. Ftcrt Wade, mother o( the Rucst- of-honor, ,^nd Mrs. flerbcrt Turley all of Memphis. Mrs. W. H. Dycss of Luxora. Miss Inez Henderson of Osreoln and Mrs. Victor Hill Klein of San Autotxio, Tex- At The Hospitals IlliYTHKX'II.I.K HOSI'lTAIi An.MITTHI): Mrs. Orin Alexander, rity. Mrs. Dink Kirt. nosclaiid. William n. Harper, city. UnroUiy Mne Sloan, city. F. T. Hl-iir. Arnmrel. D1WM1RSUIV. .lasus Villarrial. Mnulla Mrs. Kiigene Auteu aud baby. i-.ily. Mis. Oils I.ovill and baby, city. \VA1*I<S H*. I'JTAIj nismissed. M i-s. Jewel Templeton, city. Pa"l liarker. Manila. Mrs. .T. I). Sanders. Armorel. Mrs. Katllerinft \VUHa'ms, l.each- ille. KirrlitiK Cook. city. Carroll Ann Hopper, city. PeKRv Heuson, Manila. HOSPITAL, Mpnuilils Wednesday Bridge — Mrs. C. A Cunningham. THURSDAY Octette — Mrs. Edwin Robison. G N. B. — Mrs. Louts Keller. Jolly Eiht, — Mrs. J. o. Huey. Thursday Luncheon — Mrs. R- D. Hughes Sr. Thursday contract — !i V- H. W. Wylie. Mid-Week — Mrs. W. U Horner. Civic Calendar WEDNESDAY Community Chest Drive KlwRiiis Club—12:10 ]}.m. THURSDAY Community Chest Drive Rotary club—12:lo p.m. FOOTBALL: Paps vs Newport- There Jayccettes — Club room at 8 p.m. FRIDAY Community Chest Drive FOOTBALL: Chicks vs Nortli Little Rock—Here ! Womens Auxiliary Holds Executive Board Meeting The Womens Auxiliary o! the First Presbyterian Church had their executive board meeting yesterday afternoon at 2:30 -p.m. nt the church. The fourteen members \>resi discussed the Christmas program for the auxiliary and also bundles for the World Community Day Pro—-am to be held Friday at- the Firsl Methodist Church were completed and arc now ready for presentation. Mrs. Le.slio Hooper was in charge of the devotional. ; District Meeting Held 5:M p.m. nt the :... n . , v/ F. ,, missionary jirogram [by Daplist W, M. U, Parmmount News and Shortj Continuous Showinj; 1:15 p.m.-lltOfl p.m. Box Office Opens «:30; Show Starts 6:45 Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE Salvirrtay Xo passes honnrcil on Suml.iy al Continuuus Shows Sal. anil Sun. Bargain Night Every Nishl Except Continuous Shows Kvery Hay Box Office Opens 1:15 Show Slarls 2:0(1 M8TEN TO KI.CN 5:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. the Rosy Baotist Auxiliary Meets The Lottie "Moon G. A.'s of Calvary Baptist Church met Sunday j afterunon at church for i on Nigeria. SMC Mr.Gre. Pally GrnVmm and Miss Irene chambers, field work I Alice Priest participated on the er for the Home Mission Boari j proRrnm. I vvas the principal speaker at I Four new members Barbara Pru- i district meeting of Baptist Wo! itt. Jo Ann Terilock. Hazel SU' : (ton j mens Missionary Societies which and Lavrrne McDadd. were, prcsfut. I ^"flK held Friday at the Baptist Prayers \vere given by Mrs. Henry j Church in Manila, she spoka on Berry, councilor and Barbara Pruitt. i the gnbjcct "Today and Tomorrow >ismlssecl Mrs. W. K. \\nilaniK. Osrenln. Coming to the GEM THEATRE BlythevilU, Ark. Valley of Fear with Johnny Mack Brawn *t. U:3» to 11:1* Sund.y 1:3*-11: Artllll! 2.V, Tax Incl. A WKOIE SIE1GHFUI OF HAUMARK CHRISTMAS CARDS . , . STRAIGHT FROM SANTA'S OWN WORKSHOP . .» I) H F. IFI Rain - Sleet - or Snow! THE WASHERETTE Is now eqtiip|>er1 to give you bad weather service. We have just installed a big commercial bot air tumbler dryer that will completely dry up to three Benrtix loads of clotlies ready to iron i" approximately thirty minutes, and the cost is only 20c. That's all you pay —one machine load or three. Just Just think, ladies, your entire week's laundry can now be washed, dried and ready to iron all in one day Rain or Shine! THE WASHERETTE ¥ Automatic Self-Service Laundry Phone 966 Main at Division ristmas BULOVA. Watch* i «f A* fxc*4t«ncy *r*wf for both mtn and wtmtn. Owmtily mod»!» for h»r . for him. All with 2!-J*w»l m«VM*l*flt«. no* for Him. M7 50 orm AN ACCOUNT FITZPATRICK JEWELRY STORE Osceo/o Events TUESDAY Men's Meeting — 7 p.m., Methodist Church. WEDNESDAY P. F,. o.. Chapter 0. 2 p.m. Godfrey White. Mid-We.ek Bridge Club, 2 Mrs. R. L. Nailling. Methodist Reception. 8 to 10 p.m. nt the home of Mr and Mrs. Faber White. THURSDAY Kiwanis, Elementary School at 7 p.m.

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