The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 7, 1947 · Page 4
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BLYTHEVTLLl! (ARKJ COURIER FRIDAY, NOVEMBER T, 194T MewA^ Phone 4461 Shower Compliment! M«*Margaret Hill lli<* lUrf»rat' Hill, whose m«r- rlM to Alfred Kempcr, will- b* •otannlMd tomorrow wu complimented lait nljht when Mrs. For- mt Moore and Mr». T. I. Stay *n- tortelMd with 'a mlsc«llan«ous •how at th* Moor* horn* .on K%h- W»T 1». A bouquet ot broiw* »nd henna chrysanthemums Jn a Ull vas« was toe buffet centerpiece, The refreshment table, overlap with a white Unen cloth, 'was centered with a bouquet of yellow chrysanthemums m a low bowl, flanked with white tapen biirnlnf in crystal candlelab- ra. • \ 6«ndr» Moor*,, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Moore, pr«t«nted the gift boxes, decorated In bridal white, to the guest of honor. In the games played, Mri. John Oann, Mrs. Chester Burnham and Mils Ruth Seay, won prises, which they later presented to Ml is Hill Th« hostesses served refreshments of hot drinks and assorted cookies. • • » Mrs. Wylic Is Hostess With Luncheon, Bridge Mrs. H. W. Wylle wu hc*le»s yesterday at the Hotel Noble to members of Thursday Contract Club. Following luncheon served In the main dining room the guests went to the Colonial Room *o piny bridge. Mrs. G. E. Keck won high score and Mrs. E. R. Lancashire received second high. Vases of dahlias and chrysanthemums decorated the cnlcvlalnlng room, and the luncheon table w*.t centered with a low bowl of chrysanthemums. • • • Octette Club Feted With Dessert Bridge Mrs. Edwin Robinson was hostess yesterday adernoon at her home to members of the Octette Club and one guest, Mrs. Eric Whltley with * a dessert bridge. In the games played Mrs. Whitley won high and Mrs. Robinson second high. The home was attractively decorated with chrysanthemums in vivid •hades. ' Jolly Eight Club Meets With Mrs. J. 0. Huey Hub It Entertained With Luncheon, Bridge Un. M. O. Goodwin and Ur>. *or^« fyltt »ntertalne«l jrtctcrday afternoon at t o'clock with a two court* luncheon at the home of Mr*. Pyl«i tor menroer* ot th* Fort- nlfhtly club and **v*n fiMtU. OUMU included Un. Will Kleb- ler of Enid, Okla., and Mri. John bof of D*!lu, Tex'., bountgunl* Ihelr alster, 'Mrs. W. f. Brewer, Mrs. W. C. CatM, afri. Human Crass, Mr». Emma Nolen, *<». Jam« V. O»t« and Mrs. John Feathfr- stpne. When bridge WM played Mrs. 8. P. Martin von hlih and Mn. A. E. Huntlfy aecond high. Quest prlae went to Mrs. Cater Entertaining rooms of [he home were decorated with brona* pom pom chryianDiemunm. The luncheon wa« nerved at in- dlridual rablrn. • » * Mrs. Hughes Entertains Thursday Luncheon Club Mrs. R»M D. Hughes wu hof- tcss yesterday to members ol the Thursday Luncheon Club at her home at •» W. Main St. Mrs. Rusted Phillip* wu high score winner and Mrs. E. B. Gee won .second high. The luncheon table 'was centered with a crystal bowl filled with yellow button chrysanthemum* ana snapdragons »nd the entertaining rooms of the home were decorated with bouquets of roses «nd chrysanthemums. Dell W.S.C.S. Meets DELL, Nov.' «. — Mrs. Noble GUI was hostess yesterday afternoon to members" of Hie Women's Society of Christian Service of the Dell Methodist Church. Mrs. Gill was in charge of the program, assisted by Mr». R. G. Edwards. During the business meeting a nominating committee composed of Mrs. Edwards, chairman, Mrs. Lamar Wilborn and Mrs. GUI was appointed to serve during the coming year. A date for the annual Christmas party, to be held at the church, was decided upon. Guest other than members present was Miss Etta Neal Mahon of Little Rock. The hostess served a dessert course, Speaker Stresses Osceola's Need For New Hospital The need for * hospital In Osceola may be considered as acute as In any area In Northeast Arkansas, according to Miss Helen Robinson, health education specialist of the State Extension Service In Little Rock. "Osceola Is the only community in the Northeast Arkamas district without hospital facilities," Miss Robinson told 30 planters and business men at a meeting in the Osceola Court House Wednesday night. at a social meeting by Harold F. Ohlendorf, she called chairman of the Hospital Committee of the Chamber of Commerce and held to discus* the possibility of obtaining federal aid on constructing a hospital there. Bits of News At The Hospitals BI.VTHEVn.LE HOSPITAL Admitted: Jo Arm* Ladd. Cooler, Mo. Mrs. Dick Burns, city. Tommy Lee Bvars Dell. Births: Born .to Mr. and Mrs. c. H. Sanders, Dell, a son, lust night. Mm. L. A. Cothern, Mrs. Pearl Hires, Mr*. Fred Copeland and son, Don, left today for Union City, Tenn., where they will spend the weekend with Mr. arid Mr». J. W. Dunn and family. Dr. p. A. Robinson who suffered an Injury In a fall Wednesday night at his home Is. a patient at Walls Hospital. Hit condltldh Is satisfactory. Mr, and Mrs. 'Adolph Meyers and daughter, Jo Ann, will leave tomorrow morning to make their home In Memphis. Mrs. J, A. Luckctt and daughter. Mis* Neal Luckctt, of Dell, have purchased the Meyers home at 1025 W. Ash and will move (here next week. Condition of Vr. M. Robinson of St. Louis, who underwent a major operation Monday at Barnes Hospital In St. Louis. Is slightly Improved. Mrs. Robinson's mother, Mrs, A. M. Butt, It spending several weeks with her. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hoff and son, Bill, spent yesterday In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Loy B. Eich returned last night from spending several .days In Chicago, III. Jere Held, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max B. Reid, arrived last night to spcrict several days with his parents, his brother, Dick, and sister. Miss Maine Reid, before/she leaves Saturday for Oklahoma City, Okla., where she. will be connected with the University Hospital. Jere was met Headquarters Announced' For Poppy Sale Headquarter* for th* poppy sale* to be held tomorrow under sponsorship of the American Legion Auxiliary, will be in the store formerly occupied by rioyd White Shoe Store, In the Rllz Theatre building, Mrs. H. L. Halsell, chairman announced today. Popple* made by the disabled American War Veterans this year will be sold by 20 junior high school girls on the street* and booths will be located in the several business places. Mrs. C. S. Baggett and Mrs. Marvin Lane will be at the pott office, Mrs, Halsell and Mrs. Mike Meroney will be In the Farmers Bank, and Trust Co., Mrs. M. A. Middleton and Mr«. L. J. Zeller will be at First National Bank, Mrs. Joe Scruggs and Ben Mrs. Clime will be In Noble Hotel and Mrs. N. J. Humphrey and Mrs. E. W. Burks will be at headquarters. Mrs. Edna Russell will be in charge of the sound effect truck. The money from the sales will be used for rehlbllatlon and child welfare this year. Born to Mr. and Mrs, Harlan | n Newport last night by Mr. and Webb, Luxora. a son last night. HOSPITAL WALLS Dismissed: Mrs. Clinton Mo. Shower Compliments Jolly Eight Club members nipt last night »t the Home of Mrs 3. O. Huey on Highway 18. In rook parries played Mrs. WI1-. frcd May »on high Mrs. N. H. Mrs. Alton Griffin Blakemore, second high and Mr* Huey, rooko. DELL, Nov. 7.—Mrs. Alton Qrif- The home s IBS decorated witn[ fln tne [ormer Mjw Annette Keen- Carver, Kennett, Mrs. W.' C. Sharp and baby, city. Wheat Farmer's Speculation Wins Truman's Okay WASHINGTON, Nov. 7. (UP) — President Truman said yesterday he didn't blame Tom Campbell. Montana wheat grower, for holding 610. 000 bushels of wheat off the market 'Y" Club President* Presidents of five "Y" sponsored clubs were announced here today by Miss Alice Saliba, sponsor. They are Peggy Deskln, president 'of the Kan'tnamlt Jr, Trl High "Y" Club; Doris CoBb, president of Glover Gra-Y Club (Central); Buford Young, president of Jr. Leaders Corps; P»Uy Weaver, president, of Hubba Hubba,Gra-Y Club (Sudbury) and P»t-Heam, president of swoonsUrs Jr. Try Hl-Y ClflP Mrs. Reid and Miss Reid, who at- , , tended the Pap-Newport football. m . an wll ° u ' rned wheat '^mlng Into game. Dick Reid Is on the Blytlievlllc team. Mr. and Mrs. Edward R: Bclote will spend the weekend In Memphis Mrs. Alan Williams, Ste«le, Mo., with their daughter, Rene' Jane' Mrs. Annie Lee Holt city. 1 who Is a patient at the Isolation Concert'Dates Are Announced By Mrs. England Dales for the series of concerts to be given at Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, during the next several months Xinder sponsorship of the Jonesboro Community Concert Association were announced today by Mrs. yarmer England who is In charge of the Blytheville ticket sales. The first concert of the season will be given Wednesday evening, Dec. 3, by the famous Columbia Concert Tvio\eoinpriseri of Ariana Bronn, violinist, Ardyth Walker, vlollncelllst, and Richard Grcgor, pianist. Dates of the other concerts and their artists are, the concert of for higher prices. Menahem Pressler, pianist, on Campbell, rugged Montana plains- Jan. 14; Paul Mekowsky, violinst who will be presented on March Mahan, both of Manila. Charles Fulton Ellis and Miss Frances Amelia Ferryman, both of Blytheville. Charley Odell and Mrs. Hazel Beakeney, both of Stonlngton, 111. One acre otit of ten in the United States lies In a national forest. Best* Known home remedy to relieve s ol child'! cold li Bnby Kenneth Wllllngham, Rt. I Hospital. • citv ' ! Mrs. C. W. Oarrigan and daughter METHODIST HOSPITAL, Memphis' M lss Gay Gairigan and Mrs. B. F. Dismissed: ! Oay Hl . e spending the weekend in Mrs. Lynwood Lewis, Blytheville. I Memphis with Mrs. Gay's brother, Mrs. W. P. Williams. Blytheville. [ Ba.scoin G. Green and family *AT>TIQ'I' • rStCIT'T'A Y KV..»nU1> . *-. _ .1 _. . , „.._... BAPTIST HOSPITAL, Memphis Dismissed: Walter Cox. Osceola. James Martin, Osceola. Home Nursing Course Is Offered by Red Cross Afternoon and evening classes In Home Nursing start In Bl.v- theville next week. It was announced today by Mrs. B. A. Buge. Home Nursing chairman for Chickasawba District ot the American Red Cross. Those who intend to take the courses are urged to register now. Classes lor colored will be held at clear Lake during the week also. bouquet*, pf chrysanthemums Fall Shades. The hostess senert a dessert course with coffee. wlt . n 1 fin, the former in -- * G. Entei tains , Guest G. N. B. Club members and one guest, Mrs, Weldon Nebel. were entertained last night at the home of Mrs. Louis Zeller. When bunco was played, Mrs. Nebel won high, Mrs. Herman Hoffman, low and Mrs. Norville Humphrey, bunco. Entertaining rooms of the home were decorated with chrysanthemums. The hostess served a dessert course with Iced drinks. « • • Bridge Luncheon Given By Mrs. W. L. Horner Mrs. W. L. Horner was hostess yesterday afternoon at her home to members of the Mld-WeeX Club and and one other guest, Mrs Elton klrby, with a two-course luncheon. The Hornei home was decorated with bouquet! of chrysanthemums in festive colors. ' In bridge games played Mrs. c A. Cunningham won high and Mrs. M. o. usrey won second. The luncheon was served at Individual tables. er, was guest of honor last night when the Womens Society of Christian Seu'ice entertained with a miscellaneous shower at the Club House. The entertaining rooms were decorated with bouquets of mixed Ta^l llowers. The table, on which gift* were placed, was overlaid with an Imported lace cloth, centered with a low crystal bowl filled with roses and chrysanthemums, flanked by lighted tapers. ' In games conducted by Mrs. Mavis Settlemire, prizes were award- ; ed to Mis. W. E. Potter and Mrs. j R. G. Edwards, each receiving identical vases which they gave to the bride. The hostesses served pumpkin Jrs Homey-Totum Rites Said in Paragould ••M * ••{•-•< •' • PARAGOULD, N(H'! 7, ML. Beulah Taturn of ParaBould became the bride of Charles Hamey of Blytheville in a'• ceremony solemnized Saturday afternoon at 3 p. nv in Paragould. Immediately Following " the rttos they were entertained with a wedding supper at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Mptsenbocker, 700 E Emmcrson Ave. arrived tnday to spend the weekend as guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. L Seay and family, and Mrs. Bertie Hawks and son. Randall. The Rev. T. E. Webb of Midi!!, Okla., returned to his home yesterday afternoon after spending several days here with his brother, S. E. Webb and Mrs. Webb, and his sister. Mrs. Dave Craig. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Ford left this •nomine lor LHlle Rock where he will attend union' until Ford will visit with her sisters while there. W. L. Horner Jr., Is spending the weekend with his grandmother, Mrs. H. K. Smith, in Whcatley. Mrs. H. W. Wylie and daughters. Heard and Dora Bernice, spent today th Memphis. K Scottish Riles re- next Thursday. Mrs. big business, called on Mr. Truman Wednesday. Afterward Campbell said he had advocated fixing the price of wheat at around $3.50 a bushel to encourage farmers to release wheat they are holding back and to curb I speculation. I The president told a news conference yesterday that Campbell i did not get around to discussing figures with him, but merely suggested a ceiling price on wheat so the farmers would quit hanging on to their wheat in hope of even higher prices. A reporter asked the president whether Campbell told him that he was holding 610,000 bushels off the market himself for higher prices. Yes. the president said, adding that he did not blame him for that. 24, and Donald Dane, who will be featured on April i. Read. Courier News Want Ads Marriage Licenses The following couples obtained marriage licenses yesterday in the otlice of Miss Elizabeth Blythe, county clerk: L. o. Sales and Mrs. Emily Mc- Anpcarance of Halley's comet in 1066 is recorded on a famous tapestry. Miss Thelma Rice and the Rev. H. I,. Robison spent yesterday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Garth Casllio and daughters, Misses Jane and Le-a Rose CastHo have moved from 803 W. Ash to their new home at 2012 W. Hcarn. Loy A. Eich, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Eich. a student at Castla O. 5. -Wren has as his giiest, his j Heights Military Academy. Leban- cpu i S.lh,.,T. J. Wren of Los Angcle. Calif,, who plans to spend several weeks rieve. ' . ' :- : David'Moore, son of Mrs. N.-M. Mfjore, who is a student at Castle Height.'! Military Academy. Lebanon, Tenn., has been promoted to rank.' of cadet sergeant, "A" Co. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Atkinson and Mrs.. Kendall Berry spent yesterday In Memphis. , ; Misses Ethel and Juanita- Eberdt, Tcnn., has s been promoted to .the rank or cadet corporal (ass't squad leader). Condition of Mrs. Orin Alexander, who is a patient at the Blytheville Hospital, IB satisfactory. MOSS BRYAN Says Your Christmas Move Is Now! Our shop is bursting with Christmas gifts! Here it is early November. Of course you know (as we do) that the only way to be sure of getting what you want is to get it early. Tomorrow is not a bit too soon to start getting ready, THE GIFT SHOP 103 Enst Wain Street pie and coffee. ,-WEAK NERVOUS cranky 'every montif? Ar« you troubled by distress of ftmtte functional jwrlodic dlsturb- incn? DOM thU m»ki you fe«l BO tired, httsh-itrung, niruouj—at »uch ttniM? Then »o try Lydi* m, Plnk- ham'i VeR*tablt Compound to x*l!ev* •uch Ejrmptonm Flnfchftm'* Com- r nd Is mud* especially /or womtiv. »l»o has whftt Doctor* call » stom*ch!c tonic eff*ctl Any drugstore. S LYDIAE. Rain - Sleet - or Snow! THE WASHERETTE I» now equipped to give you bad weather sen-ice. W* hare just installed a big commercial hot air tumbler dryer that will completely dry up to three Bendix loads of clothes ready to Iron in approximately thirty minutes, and the cost is only 20c. That'* all you pay —one machine load or three. Just Just tliirik, ladies, your entire -week's laundry can now Ke washed, dried and ready to iron all in one day Rain or Shine! THE WASHERETTE Automatic S«lf-Scrvic« Laundry Pfion* 964 Main ot Division Quality Gifts for Your J4ome, Sweet, Howe! "TUDOR PLATE" Tto S»rvic» $80.00 ' 4 • Piect service hi new design; gleaming silver-plate. "WM. ROGERS i SON" Sel of Silver $64.75 50-Pieces. service tot eight; Beaulilul new open JtocV patterni to select. 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