The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 14, 1947 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 14, 1947
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! FOOT (ARK.) COURIER PhMM Bride-Elect Honored With Shower, Party alia* Pandorta Wltworth, brld*- e)«et of Jack Clapton Owen wa* honored last night at the horn* of Mn? J. F. Johnson with a miscel- Senepus''ihower. Mrs. R. S. Harria, Mrs,' Reece Wooten and Ur*. John^ *on were hostecae* for the affair. The entertaining room* ot th* home were decorated with yellow and white chrysanthmumi. Miss Bute-line Jaggers won th* prize in th* contest that wa* held. Th* dinning room table, covered with a lac* cloth, wa* centered with a wedding cake decorated in white, green and yellow, which wa* aerved with hot chocolate. Club 28 Entertained With Dance At Hut Mr. 'and Mrs. Edgar Borum, Mr. I and Mrs. James Terry, and Dr. and j Mrs. Hunter Sims were hosts and I hostesses last night to members of' Club 28 and a large number of guests at a dance at the Legion Hut. The Thanksgiving theme was carried out in the menu and decoration*. GUests other than members were Dr. and Mrs. Gene Atkinson, Mr. and Mrs, Ernest Rowe, Mr. and •Mrs. W. J. Pollard, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Welenkamp, Mr and Mrs, E. M. Terry. Dr. and Mrs. Joe Beasley, Mr. and Mrs. Max Logan, Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Robinson, i Mr. and Mrs. Eric Whttley, Mr. and] Mrs-. E. f. Blomeyer. Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Stout and Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Alexander. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and| Mrs. Arthur Vance of Artno- rel. ;Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jenkins of j Elizabethtown, Ky,. houseguests of i Mr. ;.and Mrs. L. O. .Nash, and Mr. and;Mrs. C. Louis Wilson of Memphis', houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Borum. - .''••• Pot Luck Supper Held At Chester Nabers Home Mrs. Chester Nabers and Mrs. J. L. Nabers were hostesses last night to members of the Fidells Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church at the Chester Nabers home. 1026 Walnut St. There were 22 members present for the pot luck supper and the same officers were elected to serve another year. Mrs. D. B. Bledsoe gave Ihe devotional during the meeting taken from "Count Your Blessings." During trie short business session, presided over by Dr. Edna Nles, president, plans to take a Thanksgiving basket to a needy family were discussed.' Also enlargement of the class and the Christmas parly, be held at • the home of Mrs. Alvtn Huffman with Mrs. Marlon Williams as co- hostess, were discussed. The home was decorated with bou- j queti of giant yellow chrysanthemums. Mrs. Joyner Hostess To Thursday Contract Members of the Thursday Contract Club were guests yesterday when Mrs. F. B. Joyner entertained with a lunchedn and bridge party at Hotel Noble. The luncheon table was centered with a low blue bowl, filled with red gladioli and white chrysanthemums carrying out a patriotic theme in the decorations. In the bridge games, played In the Colonial Room, Mrs. P. D. Foster won'high score and Mrs. H. W. Wylie, second high. Mrs. Hammock Hostess To Sorority Members Mrs. Gilbert Hammock wa« hostess, yesterday at a meeting of the Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority at her home BIO N. 13th street, Mrs, Ray Whlttlngton was guesi speaker at the meeting. She spoki on the effect that Physical Edu cation has upon the body. Mrs. James Vest received h«r Pledge ritual degree. The home was decorated with yellow flowers and the- hostess Regular Meeting Held By Sudbury P. T. A. Mr*. B. aV Moot fay* th* o*ro- tlonal at th* Sudbury Parent-T**,- cher Association aneetlng Wedne*- day afternoon at th* *choc4. Mr*. Jesse M. Whit* r*ad th* preildent'. mu**gt and Ur*. R. A. Berryman, director ot nuaie for th* *l«m*nt*ry •ehoola, pr**ent*d the *econd grad* pupil* In a mu*t- M *klt, During the «ttort bu*in«*i, *es- alon a report wu gi»«n on the final r**ult* of th* nwmbenhlp drive. Kin* room* bad 100% of mother* a* member* .and three room* had 100% ot mother* and father* a* number*. Mr*. Sammon*' **cond grade, Mr«. Wlggt' fourth trad* and Mr*. Hargett*' second grade won the room count. • * * Calvary Women Meet For Service Program The Business Women's Circle of Calvary BaptUl Church met for Royal Service program Tuesday night at th* church with six members and one visitor, Mrs. William Haynes, pre*ent. Mrs. L. F. Hodge gave the open- Ing prayer and Mr»- Darrel Lunsford the Bible study. Mrs. Beulah Lloyd was in charge of the program and those parlt- Mr$. Wren Entertain* Jolly Eight Members Mr*. Cl*o Wren entertained member* o. th* Jolly Eight Club at her home yesterday afternoon. In the rook games played Mrs. Wilfred May won high, Mrs. N. H. Blakemore, second, and Mr». J. o. Huey, rooko. Entertaining rooms of the home we decorated with chrysunthe- n vivid ahades. Ihe hostess served refreshment) of a dessert course with coffee. * * * Mrs. Mahan Is Hostess To P.E.O. Sisterhood Chapter D of the P. E. O. Sisterhood, met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. T. J. Mahan. witn 15 members present. Mr*. C. W. Affllck was In charge of the program on the subject o! Women In Literature". Fall flowers were arranged throughout the entertaining rooms of the home and a two-course luncheon was served. Mrs. o. W. Davis, Mrs. Powell and Mr*. Lloyd gave the closing prayer*. • • • Glub Is Entertained By Mrs. E. B. Gee Mrs. W. J. Wunderllch and Mrs. Charles Rose were guests other than members yesterday when Mrs. E. B. Gee was hostess to the Thursday Luncheon Club at her home on Highwav e*l. Luncheon was aerved at *mall tables In the living room, etch one centered with a bonquet of chrysanthemums. Mrs Russell Phillips won high score and Mrs. Wunderllch, second high. ' * * *; Mrs. Rose Entertains Octette Club, Guests Mrs. James B. Clark and Mrs. John F. Rowland were guest* yea- lerday afternoon when Mr«. R. C. Rose entertained members of the Octett* Club at her plantation 1 home at Roseland. In the bridge games played Mrs. Edwin Robinson won high and Mrs. Rowland, second high. Entertaining room* of the home were decorated with chrysanthemums in Fall shade*. , • The hostess served a dessert course. • « • Fort-Nightly Club Feted By Mrs. W. F. Brewer Mrs. W. F. Brewer entertained ort-KHjhtijr club members and a number of guests witn a desert bridge yesterday afternoon at her home. Guests for the affair were Mrs. W. G. Klebler of Enid, Okla., who I* houseguest of her sister. Mrs. Brewer and Dr. Brewer, Mrs. W. C. Cates, Mn. Emma Noleii, Mrs. John Featherston. Mrs. James V. Oates and B. M. Matthews. In the game* played Mr«. O. W. Pyle* held high »core, Mrs. M. G Goodwin, *econd and Mr*. Matthews, guest prize. Each table was centered with a small bowl of chrysanthemums and other Fall flowers were arranged throughout the entertaining rooms. Bridge Luncheon Given By Mr,. H. H. Houchins Mrs. Elton Klrby, Mn. e. T. Still and Mrs. Baker Wilton wert guests yesterday afternoon when Mrs H H. Houchln* entertained members of the Mid-Week Club with a three- course luncheon at her home on Main Street. In the bridge game, played Mrs. I B. A. Lynch won high »core prlie and' Mr«. Wilson, jecond high. Th. dining table at which the luncheon was served vu'r>m.r.« Luxora News •Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sanderson and sons, Bruce and .Matt, of Jonesboro were the guests of Mr and Mrs. Ray Whltmore Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. Allle Spann has as her esu for the weekend her daughter. Mrs. H. B. Price, Mr. Price and Miss Kate Shumpcrt of Tunelo Miss. Mrs. John Cowan spent last week In Memphis with her sister, Mrs Roy Williams. T. D. Wllklns, superintendent of the Luxora Schools, returned from the Baptist Hospital In Memphis Wednesday, where he has been a patient for the past 10 days. Mr. ind Mrs. A. J. Lynch of Flint, Mich., visited Mr. Lynch's mother, Lynch und sister and Mr. Califs Mirs. Walter Mrs. Tom Callls this week. • ML« Christine Calvert will have as her weekend guests, her, parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Calvert, and her FRIDAT, HOYEMBER 14, 1MT Bits of News MtttLf. Mis* Mary Jo N»ber», a student at Ward-Belmont In Nashville, will spend the'weekend her* with h*r parent*, Mr and Mr*. J. L. Naber*. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Reeve* spent yesterday In Memphis. They went down In Mr. Reeves' plane. Mrs. Irby Hodge, who ha* been 111 for Ihe past week at Ihe home of Mr. and Mrs. Leland Hodge on Holly Streel, has been removed to her home at Lone Oak. Her condition U satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs, K. F. Klishner and son, Bobby, left this morning for Chicago where Ihey will atlend Ihe Notre Dame-Norlhwe.stern game tomorrow afternoon. While there will be the guests of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham returned last night from Little Rock where Mr. Cunningham had been attending a Shriners Convention, for several days. While Ihere they heard Miss Margaret Truman sing. J. Louis Cherry has relurned from Paris, Ark., where .he visited his mother. Mrs. Cherry who was with him in Paris, Is now in Booneville for a visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rose and •Mi 1 , and Mrs. Jerry Poe will go by plane to Dallas, Tex., lo attend the Arkaiuas-S. M. U. game there tomorrow. E. R. Lancashire left last night for St. LouLs, on a brief business trip. Mrs. H. H. Houchins. Mrs. George Mnlr and George Jr., arc spending today in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry and Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Atkinson will go lo Memphis tonight lo hear Miss Margaret Truman. Mrs. Ann MacWilliams. Mrs. Cecil 'wroten, Miss Eileen' Hagan, Mrs. Edith stcphan and Mrs. cleoi Mi$t Shinn It Speaker At Luxora P. T. A. LUXORA, No». H. _ Mia, Bu- nlce Shlnn, school librarian wa* principal ipeaker at the meeting of the Luxora Parent-Teacher A*- •oclatlon Wednetday afternoon. Th* (Ubject of her talk wu "Book* for School and Community". She streswd the yalue and need oj good books and magazine* In the home as well a* in the school library, she also told of th« improvements that have been made in the Luxora school library and of the evident Interest the student* were taking In reading. Miss Shlnn introduced Joe Bob Gentry, a seventh grade pupil, who reviewed. "The Red pony" by John Steinbeck. Mrs. Wert Bleed read the message written by Ihe National Parent- Teacher President, and Mrs John Tvvcatt gav e a report of the district meeting at Parkin, Mrs. Sudie Cecil told of the Counly Council meeting at Dyess. After the president. Mrs. T L Stanford, dismissed the meeting, the members were Invlled flnto Ihe library to view a display of books. Refreshments were served. Class Is Entertained LUXORA. Nov. H — Miss Eva George and Mrs. Paul Hays were hostesses lo members of the Fidelis Class of the 'first Baptist Church Monday night with a spaghetti supper In the social rooms of the church During the business session, the nominating committee reported Ihe following officers for 1948; Mrs- C. B. Wood, teacher; Mrs. Jim McCullar, president; MJss Margaret Moffett. membership; Mrs. Ancel | Montgomery, fellowship; Mrs Irene Tankersley. stewardship; Mrs. Roy Oliver, ministry; Miss Eva Cookc, . secretary; and Miss Eva George, treasurer. Plans for the Christmas party were completed during the meet- I ing. At The Hospitals BLYTHEV1LLE HOSPITAL Admitted: Jackie Caldwell. city. Ben Caldwell, city. .Wilbur Ralney, Cooler, Mo. Dismissed: Mrs. O. H. Sanders and baby, Dell ,Gene Ladd, Cooler. Mo. Melvin Crosskno, city. Mrs. Elma Jones, city. ' Births: Born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Day, city, a daughter, last night. Born to Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Chambers, Dell, a daughter, last night. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. Elizabeth Welch and ' ^by, Rte. 1 Lnrkln Inlow, Manila. Kay Morgan, Etowah Mrs, J. D. Shanks and baby. Lux- pra. Mrs. C. A. Moody, Rte. 1 Mrs. A. B. Dlxon and baby, nte. 2 Mrs. Elma Evans, Caruthcrsvllle, Mo. Utility Tax Ordinance Killed by Mayor's Veto LITLE ROCK, Ark., Nov. 14— (UP)—The City of Little Rock Is right back where it started today regarding tM utility privilege taxes, following Mayor Sam Wassell'i veto of a newly-passed ordinance yesterday. : The mayor killed a law fixing Langston will be Memphis to- Mlss Margaret night to hear Truman sing. James Arthur Frazier Jr. of Port- ngevllle, Mo., has arrived lo spend several days here with his mother. Mrs. N. H. Blakemore and Mr. Blakemore. Guy Burks Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Burks Sr.. lias received his discharge from the U. S. Navy brolhe'r" "ph"linp"ca"vc'rt'and^M'rs' i " nd ha! re t" r "«l h°"ie fr <™ San Calvert of Marked Tree her aunts' t Dle B°. Calif., where he was station- Mrs, p. E Estes of Los Angeles'' ecl ' Hls ranl< WM Storekeeper 3rd Calif., and' Mrs. George Hurt and'i ciass Mr. Burt of Joiner. Coming Events Social Calendar SATURDAY Mr. and Mrs. James C. Guard. Boi Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Goodman, and | Frank C. Douglas went to Mem- Mr, and Mrs. Ray Jenkins of Eilzabethtown, Ky., returned home this morning after spending a brief time here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Nash. Mr. and Mrs. C. Louis Wilson of Memphis were guests yesterday and last night of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar ~ 'Him. ' Gary, Ind., Mayor-Elect Has Praise for Arkansas .LITTLE ROCK, Ark.. Nov. 14. (U.P.)—The mayor of Gary. Ind, had lots of good things to say about Arkansas, but only criticism for the Republicans In his own stale. In Little • Rock yesterday or a visit with his one-time University of Illinois roommate John Atkins of Little Rock. Gary's Democratic mayor-elect Eugene swartz said he was favorably impressed by the number of fine homes In Little Hock, Discussing politics. Mayor Swartz said the Republican governor and the Republican dominalcd legislature were becoming unpopular In Indiana He said the trend is toward the Democratic Party. Sitting Doesn't Take Long . . . liut \ve need TIME in which fo develop and print your portrait. In order lo do our best work we ask you to sit now for your Christmas Gift photo. THOMPSON'S Studio vr_ __j ». T ¥ ~ ,' A limn, u, tvuuftlrt.1 WCllli IU. IVieill- Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gunn will be phis today to be with Mrs., Douglas Mon Club atToT'X , , v * 1°°^ who wl " '-"'dergo an opeVationln Hut the Ba P tist Hospital, where she has Civic Calendar Friday FOOTS ALL: Senior/IJigh Chicks vs'. Batesvilie ipr» ' :' * , ' there. been a patient for several weeks. DicK Stacy) a student at the .University of Arkansas, has been spending several days with his father. E. A. Stacy and Mrs. Stacy at Dell He/will reWfi to school Sunday. >' Condition 6f William 3. Rigney oi Excelsior Springs, Mo., stepfather nr Mrs. Gilbert D. Hammock Jr.. Is ' critical. He has recently undergone I a second operation within a week. Arkansas Louisiana Gm* Company* annual tax at UtJKO after explaining that he objected to * Mction freezing the privilege Ux tor th* years. Meanwhlli th» City Council. sitting as a committee ot th* whole, mwt* Monday afternoon to hear arguments from the ga* company, Arkansas Power and Light Computjr and Southwestern Bell Telephone Company. Good ' Southern Cooks delight 'em with Hot Biscuits and DIXIE DIXIE m.k.i ,«!,(,„ , rowR t,; leulh • >tr« delicioui. Fin.r inqr*di*nlt ?'v. it • freih, »».<. In f«». DIXIE fl,,),r, tf,. fl. tf0f ., •H ie,,( «,f Kol br**di. roll, „,.. •v«r,, muffint «nd to*»».And DIXIE « ncX*r in feed tn >r q r . . M ttenemic*! l.urc. .f p^ti.u, Vit«mm A. l»«ry pound H.. y^, „.,„„< »» «er»ifl««1 wMi Vrtamln A. DIXIE MARGARINE <J 4O.OOOMW RURAL TELEPHONES /0I947 By the end of 1947 forty thousand more fanners in Southwestern Bell exchanges will have new, up-to-date telephone service. . Skilled construction crews all over our territory are hard at work setting thousands of poles, stringing hundreds of miles of wire, and installing new, modern rural telephone instruments. The eagerly awaited words "you're connected" are being heard by more and more farmer* every day. There's a lot to be done yet—before everyone who wants a rural telephone can be served. But if you are one of the many waiting, you may be sure we'll get to you as soon as we can. SOUTHWESTERN Bill TELEPHONE CO.ffl No passes honored on Sunday at Conlinuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Nighl Every Nijht Except Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:fl() LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. the Koxy I-ast Time Torlav n commg to the icrttn f Darry: F. Zanuck rr^sents FOREVER ?a AMBER Paramount News a:iu Snorts Continuous Showing Ills p.m.-Il:QQ p.m. Box Office Opens 6:30; Show Starls 6:45 Last Time Today Road to Utopia with B!n£ Crosby. Bob Dorothy Lamour and Short Hope, Saturday TECHNICOLOR L1NDA CORNEL RICHARD GEORGE OAI!N[U-NRBE-GREENE-SANDERS nodrtbjnO PREMISE! *«>««><„ WILLIAM rEfilBEIIC Paramount N'cws. Also Shorts Continuous Showing Kvery Day SATURDAY A UNIVERSAL RE-RELEASE IQI Serial "Black Widow" .Vo. 12 and Short Conlinuous Slmwins Saturday 12:30-11:30 Sunday and Monday THE ' WICKEDEST ' WOMAN WHO EVER LOVUDI Foi New* * Selected Short Subject font. Showlnj Sunday 1:30-11 :M Serial "The Vigilante" No. R and Short Conl. Showa Sul. 11 a.m.-11:30 p.m. Sunday and Monday Paramount News and Short Conl, Showing Sunday 1:15-11:00 Coming to the GEM THEATRE BlytheviMe, Ark. S.Alurday and Sunday Whirlwind Horsemen with Ken Mzynard Serial "The Sea Hound" N«. S and Short Cont'd Shows Sat. 12:38 lo 11:30 Conl. Showing Sunday 1:30-11:00 Admission Adults 25c, Tax Inrl. 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