The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 11, 1947 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 11, 1947
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fj*99 •</BLYTHEVtLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, .1047 Phone 'MCI • ea ' Is rteia At Christian Church A "Chimes :Te»" >'»s held ycs- terdiy iftemoqn- in the recreation roomi of the new First Christian Church, when hotUwes were Mrs.j B*n JWrpole, Mrs- C. A. T»nt and Mr» J«me» Terry. Quests gathered there following their group held In homes of various •Sirs. cngian'Q Hostess pviVs, Raydcr Hostess To Calvary Study Group |To Gleaners S. S, Class Circle' Two of tho Womans Mis- I Miss Delia mil-tie, president, was Bits of News MoitLf. Miss Boy/ei /i Wed To Thomas M, Conner members. : The refreshment table was covered with a white cJotr), centered with a larw crystal ;punch bowl, ^bout vhleh were placed crystal punch cupi half filled with coins which were donated to the fund to piir- chaie chimes for the new church. Each guest, wa» presented with a gift, which when opened was found to contain coins 'for the fund, and continuing this theme on the table T.'ax a. Thanksgiving turkey whose tail feathers were dollar bills for the chimes fund. Prior to the tea, member: of tho council met I" groups with Mrs. P. B. Green as hostess to the Love Group, Mrs- Ben Harpole entertaining the Hope Group and Mrs. W. T Barnett having members of the F»lth Group as her guests. • Mrs. R- S. Balrd save the devotional at the meeting of the Love Group, Mrs. Eric Whltley led the study course and Mrs. Sam Handtey gave the devotional when the Hope. Group met. Mrs. Terry was in charge of the devotional and Mrs. W D. Cobb led the study course at. the meeting of the Faith Group. • • * Baptist Women Meet In Groups For Study Th e Womans Missionary Society of the Krst Baptist Church met in circle groups for lesson study , yesterd»y afternoon. Circle One met at the home of Mrs. Melvin Halsell with nine members "and one guest present. -Prayers were given by Mrs. Victoria Gilbert and Mrs. M.. C. Outlaw. The lesson was given by Mrs. Kendall Berry. Mrj Bertie Hawks was hostc.w at her home to Circle Two when nine members were present. Mrs. K. F- Coats gave the lesson nnd prayers were gU'cn by Mrs. Dixie Morris and Mrs. E. F. Blomeycr. slonary Union ol Calvary Baptist Church met yesterday afternoon at the home ol Mrs. 0. E, England (or Bible study. The meeting was opened with the group singing "Bring Them In". Mrs. Vernon Boyd gave the Bible study and a prayer. Mrs. DS. Webster gave a report on Community Mission and (he closing prayer was given by Mrs. B. C. Germany. Refreshments were served to the members and one guest present Mrs.' Luclan Gaines- Sub-District Meeting Is Held At Osceola The Methodist Youth Fellowship of Mississippi County had their November Sub-District meeting last night at the Methodist Church in Osccoln. There were 28 young people and counselors present from the Blythc- vllle First Methodist Church and 10 present from Lake Street Methodist Church. "The Lost Church" a play which was given 'by thr^ young people ul the Blythcvillc First Methodist Church for Sunday evening services several weeks ago was again presented, This piny <,s'lll also be given at the Kiwanls Club meeting Wcd- nerday noon. Miss Ruth Seay of Blytheville gave a spcfirii entitled "Cleveland Conference." She told of the 10,000 delegates from the Methodist Churches In the United States and all over (lie World who will be present Dec, 30 to Jan. 2 for one of the largest conferences ever held for young in charge of tile business meeting ast nlsilit when Mrs, J. W. Ravder was hostess to the Gleaners Sunday School Class o( First Baptist. Church at her home on Holly Street. Mr.s. Jim Tompklus gave the devotional entitled, "ThaiiksBlvIng", and Mrs. Qulncy Oliver Alexander was In charge of the Bible n,ute. The hostess served refreshments o; cake and coffee to the 15 members present. * • • Hachahoma Entertained By Mrs. Elton Foster Mrs, Elton Foster was hostess lo members of tho Hachahoma Bridge Club when"they met. last, night nt her home. There were two guests present other than members, Mrs. Frances Gainmlll and Mrs, Joe T. Hughes. Mrs. W, H. Hulson WRS lilgh score winner and Mrs, Paul Lloyd won second high- ' Refreshments were served by thc- hostcss. Mvs. Scherev Hostess To Mrs. Leon Scherer was hostess :\irs. L. o. flash nas returned after spending the weekend iji Memphis. Mrs- Marcus Evrmd and Mrs. W. C. Ht&Kinsou ft \-c .speixiins loclRyvin Mcmiphi.s. Mrs, J. Farris McCalla and dnugh- tcr have returned Irom Greenwood, Miss., and/Tnscaloosa. Ala, They were motored home by Mrs. w. K. Francis and children of Tuscaloosa, who will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom A. JJtllc. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. McCalla ol Rose marl:. Tenn., were weekend Biie.iU of Mr. and Mrs. J. Farris McCalla and family. Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Leech left Sunday for New York where they arc now attending a bottlers convention. They plan to be away for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. John Nicholson of Batesvillc, Ark., spent the weekend here with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bean and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Nicholson." Jack Hornor spent Ihc weekend In Wheatlcy with his grandmother Mrs. W. K. Smith. Condition of Miss Willie Nebhiil WILSON, Ark., Nov. 11 Miss Elizabeth Mac Boylcs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. U, F. Boylcs of Wilson, became the bride of Thomas Marshall Conner, son of the Rev. and Mrs. T. L. Conner of Senath, Mo., Nov. 1. at the Kelscr Methodist "Siiirch. The itrv. PhAris J. Holl- eld pastor, officiated, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Ellis ol Vic- orla were the only attendants. Mrs. Conner Is a graduate of Wilon High School and attended Aransas State Teachers College, Con- 'ay. Ark, Mrs. Conner graduated from .cnchvillt! High School and attend- d Frecd-Hardman College, Hcn- erson, Tcnn. and Harding College, icarcy. After a brief wedding trip the ounle will make their home at Victoria, where both arc members f the Victoria School faculty. who has been a Memphis Baptist patient In the Hospital sine;? Royal Neighbors Sunday, is unchanged. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Davis Jr., and children, Dana and Donna Kay spent the weekend In Little Rock They were accompanied as jar a.s I Jcjj^sboro by Mrs. Joe Strickland i and daughter, Sarah Jo. of Mr. an< Mrs. Leon tocnuier v%»:> ;iuan.-.».-> Tommy Harrison son of Mr an< last night with a theater party .for ' MrJ . w * o H,,',.,.!^;,, W ho i n j,, rcc i members of the Royal Neighbors. his leg In a tall last week, U a The siiesls gathered at the Schcr- } , C|U at \ Va , |s , J05 ,, k ai. Vhcr er home and following refreshments . hc )s tnkmg penicillin shots. Hi the group went to the show. Bobby Forrester Is President of County 4-H people of this generation. Recreation was led by Steve Ralph Jr., of Osceola and Jcro Wiseman, president, was In charge of the business session. Blytheville First Methodist wa.s presented with the banner for general excellence. Refreshments wcrb served by the hast group. / • * • Club Is Entertained Circle Three met at the homo of p y y f.nnrlnrh [rs. J. W- Rayder ••with seven! D y " 11!>s Vera UOOdllcn Mr: prayers were .ottered by Mrs. (Charles Ray, Newcomb and Mrs. E. ;L. Hule. '• ••;•••: : Mrs. Charles Penii was. hostess at her home to members of Circle iy>ur with. 10 present. Prayers were given by Mrs E. C. Brown and Mrs. R. G.' Cash, and Mrs. Alvln HuHrnun Jr. t gave the lesson study. Circle Five met nt the home of Mrs. Tom Mabry with seven mem bers present. The lesson study was ' given by Mrs. Llovd Sttckmon. Mrs. :R. E. Blayloc^r-'ahd Mrs. S. M. iHood oIfered:Sprayers. condition ls~uucha»gcd. Bob Peteison, a. student at tin University ol Arkansas, will resimu his stHilits next, week after under going an appendectomy two week ago at the Veterans Hospital i: Bobby Forrester of Tyronza was pnyeltevlllc. Hc is the son ol Mi elected president, of the 4-H Club j Rn<J Mr .. j T Peterson. County Council at a meeting last , M| . |1|1(! Mrs A B m xml arc At The Hospitals HOSriTAL Harry C. Senile nifty, city. Mrs. "j. W. I.awler, city. Mi's, olan r^ught, city. Mrs. R, H, Rambo, city. Mrs. Earl Redden, Cootcr, Mo. MMU.S HOSPITAL Liiul;i Jean Bauglmian, city. Henry Moore, O.sceoln. Coming Events Social Calendar WEDNESDAY Town and Country Bridge Club— Mis' O. W. McCutchcn. * Wednesday Bridge Club— Mrs. Harry Kirby. Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi have ritual of Jewel and pledge "rlliial ceremony and dinner at Hotel Noble, 7:30 p.m. Chapter n of p E. O. Sisterhood Osceofa Events TUESDAY Deobrali Class. First Baptist Church T.OO ansinc-53 Women's Circle of the First Presbyterian Church at the home of Mtes Marjorle Doyle, 1:30 p.m. Boy Scouts meet at the Methodist Church. 1:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY Parent-Teacher Association, High School, 2:30 p.m. City Council, City Hall 7:00 p.m. Benefit Hingo. Progressive Clul), . . meeting at 1 p.m. with Mrs, T. J. Community House, 8:00 p.m. Mahan. THURSDAY Club 28 meeting Thursday night. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta SlgmA Phi meeting with Mrs. Oll- beit Hammock at 2:M p.m. Mrs. R. S. Harris, Mrs. Recce Wootcn Mrs. J. F. Johnson en- tcrtahilUK with a miscellaneous shower honoring Miss Fandoria Whltworth, brld'c - elect of Jack Owen. Fidelis Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church meeting, 1 p.m., with Mr.s. Chester Nnbers find Mrs. J. L. Nabers at Chester Nabers home nt 1026 Walnut St. Thursday Luncheon club—Mrs. E. B. Gee. Thursday Contract—Mrs. F. B. Joyner. Jolly Eight Club—Mrs. Clco Wren. O, N. B. Club—Mrs. Norvllle Humphrey. Octette Club—Mrs. R. C. Rose. Mid-Week Club—Mrs, H. K. Houchins. FRIDAY j Women's Club Executive Board >vc City, Ark., and Miss Jeni) Hub- meeting for Luncheon at club house bard of Marked Tree, were (lie guests at 1 p.m. followed by program at of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold McBanlcl; 2:30 p.m. and family week. Wilsvin School faculty members at-i Miss Shirley " Barhnm, bride-elect tended the Arkansas Teachers As- j o f Rouse Harp. THURSDAY Mid-Week Bridge Club, Mrs. C. C. Bowcn, 2:00 p.m. KiwantE Club, Elementary School, 7:00 p.m. FRIDAY Two Table Bridee Club, Mrs. D. Fred Taylor Jr. Hallmark Clirislmas cards ar» as individual as yo'ur perjonoliryj , as cheerful as a cozy flresid*. See our selection now. Wilson Hews Mr. and Mrs. Eavl Huhnavd ot for a brief time last j Mrs. R. A. Berrymnii entertain- No passes Honored on Sunday .U a party complimenting Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. and Mr.s. L. H. Morris. Mrs. Gregory is Mrs. Morris' sister. Mis. Levi Cisscll nnd children and Mrs. Charles Ilyals spent several days last, week In Caiuthersvillc, Mo., \yllh tlieiv parents, Mr. Mrs. A, L. Powell. Condition of Mrs. Elvis Abbott, who underwent an operation In the. Baptist Hospital several days ago, sedation in Little Rock Nov. 7 and! B. "Mrs. Bob Grigsby and son, Bobby, returned to their home In Caruth- c.'sville Thursday, after spending a few days witii Mrs, Grigsby's par- C.B.C. — Mrs- Paul Bynuin. Civic Calendar Tuesday B'.ythcville Real Estate Board meeting at 6 p.m. at Hotel Noble. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Bourland and family. Members of the Methodist Church ! 8:00 p.m. City Council — 1:30 p.m. American Lesion — 1:30 p.m. „.,,„ American Legion Auxiliary — bargain Nifcht'Kvery Night Kxeept Continuous Shows Kvcry Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN* TO IvI.CN parents of a daughter born Sunday i.s spending several days here \vith morning at Walls Hospital. Their her daughter, Mrs. G. V. Daws and she has the former Miss Allene Eubnnks, week In the Extension ofllcc Osceola. Those who will .serve \ylth him fjl . st tiiim _ i|ic IMIO ^^ .,„ are Buddy Clavk ot Keiser. vice ; carol Anita DSxon. Mrs. Dtxoi president; Virginia Pierce of Bur- - ...•_. dette, secretary; Hima Jackson ot Etoawli, reporter, nnd Pierce of Burdctte and Margaret Crews o< Etownh, SOUK leaders. ' . : '~ — _... o — _. ip __ __, . During the buslmss session they I Mrs . M.-C. Webb, Mr. Webb and Mrs. A. B. Witt will go to Dyers- nlso discussed the responsibilities f ttm ny. Mr. Webb's parents, Mr. and burg, Tcnn., tomorrow where Mr.s. Mlss^ Vera Goodrich was hostess last night nb her home to members of the Ct. E. O. Club and one guest, Miss Frances MeHnncy, entertaining with a spaghetti supper In the bridge games played Miss Goodrich won high and Miss lln Rogers won brldgo. The entertaining rooms of the home were decorated with red nnd yellow chrysanthemums and each individual table nt which guests were served wa.i centered \ a red rose bud. of olf leers-and the meaning of the Mr3 . county council. County agents Louise Thompson -and Clay Moore. Young People Give Program at Church sent. Mrs E. E. Stevens save the : lesson and prayers were given by Mra. J. G. Barnes and Mrs. W. i Marlon'•Y'ilHanw. , I ,•*;'""' * Mrs. Guard Is Chairman AfW. S.C. S. Meeting Mrs J. C. Guard was program chairman when the .Womans Society of Christian Service of First .Methodist Church -met yesterday afternoon at the church. Subject ot the program was "Our Relations In Regard to the War Refugee Children". Mrs. U E. Baker gave the devotional. Following the business meeting refreshments were served. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. Jo Ferguson, Mrs. Charles Alford, Mrs- R- A. Nelson, Mrs. W. I. D«nlon, Mrs. George Hale. Mrs. Max B. Reid. Mrs. J. Mcll BrooXs Jr.. Mrs Dave Craig, Mrs. W. J. Pollard. Mrs. wyatt Henley, Mrs. E. R. Dlckerson, Mrs. E. M. Rcg- cnold and Mrs. A. M. Boyd. W, S. C. S. Meets For Monthly Social Presbyterian Groups riTpreVjHave Program, Study "Am I Honest With God" was the subject of the program when the Wonicns Auxiliary of First. Presbyterian Church met yesterday in circle groups. Circle One met with Mrs. W. C. Dates and Mrs. Lc.slic Hooper ns lostcsses at the Gates .oi.ic. There ten members present and Mrs. Hcrinon CarHon was In charge o( the program. Circle Two met with Mrs. B. Harrison and Mr.s. Roy Walton served ns program chairman. There were 11 members and one guest. Mrs. C. M. Gray, present. Circle Three met yesterday af- ternobn. \\lth Mrs. Monroe Grain with Mrs, Walter Day as program leader. There were nine members present. -Circle Four met last night with Mrs. Carroll Blnkcmorc. Mrs, Carter wa.s in charge of the program. Nine members nnd one uticst, "Irs. C. M. Gray, were pre.scnt. Tile Business Womens Circle mrt ast night nt the church with Mrs. Alice Wonuck in charge of the program on the subject of "Coni- ntttmcnt To God or Chaos". Miss Jane MrAdams gave a vocal solo for the 11 members nnd one visitor present. The Womans Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist Church, met yesterday afternoon for their regular monthly social meeting at the home ot Mrs. H. E Tinker. Mrs. Billte King was in charge ol the program entitled "An Orderly World For Children". Taking part on the program other than Mra. King were. Mrs. Allen Van- "WinVle, Mrs. George Stilft-cll, Mrs. W. L. Green, and Mrs. James E. j Kelly. Mrs. Stllwell, president, presided over the short business session- The hostess refrchmcnis ot a 'sandwich plate with Iced drinks. t * » • - Nicky Weedman Honored With Birthday Parly Nicky Weedman wns nine years old S«turday and his mother. Mrs. Harry Weedman, in-.'lted 27 gjiesis over "for a theater party. yellowing the show the guests * returned to the Wcedman home and had? refreshments ol Ice cream and Red Blood Cells Must Be Kept Up , If You Want To Feel Alive Thousands Now Regaining Old Time Pep,Vigor and Drive By Releasing Vibrint Energy To Ever) 1 Muscle, Fibre, Cell Overwork, undue worry, »ncl tactc of. certain foods often reduce* the TeU-blood strength — ancl starved, n-enfc. puny blood JVLst hasn't the power to keep up your enerirr and drive. Every day—every hour—millions or ttny rcd-blood-cclls mmL pour forth from the marrow of your bones to replace those that are worn-out. A low- blood count may affect you In several vayi: no appetite, underweight, no energy, a run-down condition, laclc of resistance, to Infection and disease. • Trie hostess • Jim" Stovull. assisted by Mrs. || Birthday Party .Given Rcna. Pay Meadow To , . real relief you must Veep up with 11 parly Saturday on her 7th , .birthday. The affair was at the ho«* of her grandparents, Mr. MM! Mrs. H. Spain, with her mother, Mrs. Earl p. Meadows, as - teitess fturteen 5'oung guests were there *• help her celebrate the occasion. Prizes were given lo the wlnue/s it )he games played and the hos- ~\**t wrvM refreshments 01 birth> £ <Ujr e*k« »nd iced drink*. your blood strength. Medical , by analysis of the blood, have by positive proof nhowtv that SSS Tome Is amaxinply effective In building up low- blood etrength In non -organic nutritional anemia. This Is duo to the SSS Tonic formula, vhlch conUlns cpecLM and potent; actlvatlnK ingredients, Also, SSS Tonic helps you enjoy th« I food you eat by mcre^lng the irmstrlo honored I dlB«iUv« Jul« when it is- non-orgiml- c»!ly (oo little or «c»nty—thvn the stomach wni h&ve llttlo CAXISO to get bftlky with EAS. bloat nnd give on that sour lood Uste. Don't wnltl Enciflze your body with rich, icd-blood. stun on SSS Tonic now. As vigorous blood carets throughout your whole body,-«Tf«ttr freshness «i4 strength should make you cat better, sleep better, reel belter, work better, play better, havo a healthy color elow m your skln-fltm lltih mi o«l hoMow places. Million* of botlles sold, act a bottle Irom your drug store. SSS Tonic hclpj Build Sturdy Health daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. B. C. Williams of been visiting her \yebb, also 'of Egypt, spent today here and. Mrs. WU- . present were Mrs. i ]| ams retu Mr. nnd Mrs. 'Ray Johnson have ~r.s their guests, his sister, Mrs. K. Hinton and Lieutenant Hihton. They arc en route to San Francisco, Calif., This program. \vns presented because ol the absence o! the pastor, The young people o! the Oosneli the Rev. H. L. Roblson, whD \vai Methodist Church presented a mu- prcachuig at another of" tne^cuar- sicnl program at tho. Sunday even- West Blvtheville Parish >.-•>•-' '•— '— —, =i* Jng service of the Lone .Oak "Melh- DIAMOND ENSEMBLES FAMOUS WATCHES BIRTHSTONE RINGS NO CHARGE FOR CREDIT Irom Milton, Pla., and will spevid .several tiays here. "Mrs. A. B. Witt of Halls, Tenn., family. s. lvt*rson Morris, who recently underwent a major operation nt he Blytheville Hospital was dismissed yesterday. Her condition is much improved. Mrs, G. V. Daws and her mother Daws will undergo a tdnsilectomy. she will then go to Halls, Tcnn.. lm tii she is able to return to her )i 0me . 12:15 p.m. (he Rosy 4:311 p.m. Paramount News auci Cnntlnunus Showing 1:15 p.m.-11:00 p.m. Box Office Opens B:30; Show Starts 6:45 Khvanls Club — 12:10 p.m. Suclbury P.T.A. Executive Board — 230 p.m. followed by P.T.A. — 3:00 p.m. Thursday ' Rotary Club — 12:10, Frlriay j FOOTBALL: Senior High Chicks vs. Batesville there. ' .Junior High Paps, vs Little Rock here. Tuesday nnd Wednesday CdkftUS « BQCISS Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE ~ Laughs .and Chills Whan A Cutie Goes Crime Hunting! of Wilson honored their new pastor and his wife, the Rev. and Mrs. S. O. Patty, with a reception Tuesday evening. Nov. 4 at the church. Mrs. Belle Wood had as her guest ! The Wilson Glee Club participat- Monday, Mrs. Jack. James, of Gi- • ed in the All State Choir at Rob- deon, Mo. ! inson Auditorium, in Uttle Rock Mrs Belle Wood Is visiting Mrs. i Thursday evening. Nov. 4. Walter Holly in cooler. Mo., this! Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Gregory of -WMMl -JIMUt tlMt ."j DOKSEV" DORSET BlilB ".THE ' RBUIDOS DORSBS'V PAIR WHiTEMAN 1 . . VIUMN UHKH6M "~ •«.« OIIIIS1 lOtOS 1 ..•„,. l[(i(( I Clfll Also Short Subjcels C«ntiim«us Showing. Eve.ry Day week. Memphis, spent Sunday with Mr. ... "WILLIAM GARGAN-KELLY ~ ""''"™ • MTU IT LTT UJVB Dressed to Kill with Basil Kathbone * Nigel Bruce TECHNICOLOR Pat O'Bryant JEWELER Main ot Second Phonr LINDARElCflRNEtDE GLENN LANGAN RICHARD HAYDN-JESSICA TANDY ANNE REVERE-JOHN RUSSELl 2d ' -: . " : ••-' ' C1N1URY-IOX *'-*,. ^._ ;,. r ... - Ritz Theatre, Blytheville, Ark. 2 Days Only Thursday and Friday CONTINUOUS SHOWING Starting at 2 P.M. Malinee 1'vices—Adults 75c, Tax Inc.; Children 55c, Tax Inc. KiKht Prices — Adults $1.20, r j>x Inc.; Children 55c, Tax Inc. FnxJuc erf by rWILUAM PERlBERd frvy 0* Scvel bf Kathleen Ylinso, Scr«n Play by Philip Durn« «nrj Ring ,

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