The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 15, 1947 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 15, 1947
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER IS, 1947 BLYTHEVILLK (ARK,) COURIER NEWS Phone 4461 Bride-Elect Honored With Dessert Bridge The first In a series of parlies being planned In honor of Miss Shirley Barham, bride-elect of Rouse Hnrp, was given last night when Mrs. IIow- |wrd Graham of Stecle, Mo., Mrs. U. f W. Mullins and Mrs. Halph A. Bcr- rytnan were hostesses for a dessert bridge at Hie Berryman home. The bride's chair was marked with Ihree silver wedding bells tied with a white satin how. The dining table, overlaid wllh a lace cloth held a bridal scene with four miniature bridesmaids In pastel dresses, and a bride doll In white satin. A white arch, entwined with flowers, completed the scene. Ill Ihe games plnycd Mrs. Ray Hall won high in bridge, and Miss Ruth Scay won low in hearts. The guest of honor wore a black crepe dress with a brodeaux colored drape nnd pinned a corsage of white gardenias at her shoulder. She was presented with ,1 gift from the hostesses. Miss Barham Honored By Fellow Teachers Miss Shirley Barham. bride-elect of Rouse Harp, was honored by Sudbury teachers and Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, city supervisor of elementary schools, Thursday i\f- . tornaan with a informal party in the Sflfteachers lounge at the school. ™ They presented Miss Barham who is also a member of the Sudbury faculty with several .pieces of crystal in her pattern. Following the games refreshments of sandwiches and iced drinks were served. Party Compliments Mrs. Warren Price Mrs. Warren G. Price, of Memphis, the former Miss Landys Mc- Ijeod, was guest of honor Thursday' night when her aunt, Mrs. C. M. Patton,- entertained with a miscellaneous shower at her home, assisted by Mrs. Buford Young and Miss Lucinda Cole. The entertaining rooms of the home were decorated with white and yellow chrysanthemums. , Mrs. Bculah Lloyd was in charge of Ihe games and prizes, were won by Mrs. Virgil Hill, Mrs. Boyd Toni- linion and Miss Florence Tapps. Refreshments of a sandwich plate with iced drinks were served to the 40 guests. Dinner Party, Given By Mr., Mrs. Conway Mr. and Mrs. Alibcry Conway we.'! host and hostess last, night to me i- bcrs of the Mid-Wcck Bridge Club and their husbands with a dinner party at their home, 801 W. Main St. The dining table held a fruit 'jen- y terpicce and the home was at|' tractively decorate:! with bouquets 1 of chrysanthemums and Fall flowers In varied shades. Followt..„ ...^ two-course dinner the guests played rummy. Club Is Entertained By Mrs. Paul Byrum Mrs. Paul Byrum was hostess yesterday afternoon to members of the C. B. C. Club at her home. In the games played Mrs. A. A. Hardy won high score, Mrs. R. A. Copeland, second and Mrs. Cornelius Scherer, low. Enterlaining rooms of the home were attractively decorated with bouquets of mixed Fall flowers. The hostess served Christmas cake nnd coffee. Miss Wanda McBricle's Marriage Is Announced Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McBrlcle today announce the marriage of their daughter. Miss Wanda McBride, to Joe F. Warren, son of Mrs. J. Elbert Warren and the late Senator Warren of Pontotoc, Miss. The rites were solemnized Oct. 27 in Jackson, Miss., at the home of Dr. Claude B. Bowen. pastor of the Calvary Baptist Church there. The couple's only attendants were Mr, and Mrs. W. Leon Staten. Mrs. Warren graduated from Blytheville High School and Was form, erly employed by W. Marion Williams Insurance Agency, Mr. Warren was graduated from Pontotoc High School and for the past two years has been employed at the Cobb Funeral Home here. After a wedding trip to New Orleans. La., and the Gulf Coast, the couple rct'.irnril to Jackson, where they will make their home. * » » At Die Hospitals BLYTHEVILLE HOSI'lTAL ADMITTED: Robert Earl Gill. Osccola'. Erarislo Mcmdcz, city. Mrs. Robert Collins, Caruthersville. Mo. Mrs. Willie L, Carter, Osccola. Woodrow Sanders, Armorel. Nancy Schcrer Smith, city. Charles Webb, Luxora. DISMISSED: T. R. Watson. Armorel. Mrs. Homer Hodge, city. Mrs. R. H. Rambo and baby, city Mrs. Olan Faught and baby Jackie Caldwcll, city. Ben Caldwcll. city. WALLS HOSPITAL DISMISSED: Mrs. W. L. Dillard. Luxora. O. D. Bonds. Cooter, Mo. Mrs. Lucy Bohnimtng, city. Shirley Snider, city. Mrs. E. L. Middlcton, Rtc. 2, city. Honored With Shower Little Gregg Hammock and his mother. Mrs. Gilbert Dec HammocV Jr. shared houses last night when friends of his mother surprised them with a shower at their home. Fifteen friends of GICKK'S mother called to congratulate her and bring gifts to the baby. Mr. and Mrs.'Hammock adopted Gregg Bits of News PAO* tills week. Mrs. Cornelius Modlnger Jr., who was hostess, served refreshments of cake and Iced drinks. Miss Hardy Speaker At D. A. R. Luncheon Miss Rosa Hardy, principal of Igh school, was guest speaker Tues- 1ay when Mrs. Jniucs B. CUrk and Mrs, Cleo. Langstoii were hostesses o members of the Daughters of the American Revolution and four other guests wilh a luncheon at Hold [oble. Guests other than members were Mrs. H. H. Houchins, Mrs. C. M. Buck, Mrs. Hcrmon Carlton and Miss Hardy. The speaker, whose subject was Thanksgiving," told of the origin of Thanksgiving and the different ways It lias been observed since Its beginning. She also gave some polnls on how much we have to be thankful for. The luncheon table was centered with a bouquet of white and yellow chrysanthemums in a low bowl. Mrs. p. J, Crawford and son, Owen, of Torrence, Calif., arrived yesterday to spend a week wltli Mrs. Crawfords' brother, W. O. Reeves, Mrs. Reeves and family Mrs. Elbert Crowe of Memphis, who formerly made h*r home In niylhevllle, Is .seriously 111 In SI. Joseph Hospital, In Memphis. Mrs. Ivan Colvln and- (laughter, Judy Carol of Recdsport. Ore,, huv« arrived to spend several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Reeves and other relatives here. Cadet A G. Shlbley Jr.. son ol I Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Shlbley Sr. of Blylhevllle, was one of 1W cadets to make the honor roll lor the monlh ot October at Kcmpcr Military Academy, Buonyvllle, Mo., il , city was announced today. Banquet Compliments Armorel Ballplayers The football boys and the basketball girls of Armorel school were gUDSts-of-honor last night at a banquet given at the school by the faculty. Miss Alfrcda Stovall and Miss Sue Oassidy were in charge of planning the banquet and were assisted by other girls of the Senior and junior classes. Lyiiiau Hinson. football caplaln and W. T. Tlllow. coach, !>3VC brief lalks. R. W. Nlcols, superintendent of the schools, was master of ceremonies. ' The tables were decorated with low bowls of gold chrysanthemums and the place cards were black, carrying out the school colors of gold and black. Plans Are Announced Rites in Holland, Mo., Sunday for Californian Funeral services for Andrew J. Norrld who died Monday afternoon at the home of his daughter, Mr«. Mattle Thompson in Fresno, Calif, vill be conducted tomorrow. 2 o'clock at the Baptist Church in Holand. Mo., by the Rev. J. G. Cooper ;ias tor. Pallbearers will be RiE. L. Smith Marshall Myrlck, Clovli Lewis, Wt.- IIs Owens, Walter Kennedy and Aaron Taylor all of Holland. Burial will be in the Numbei Eight Cemetery with Holt Funcra Home in charge. , • Rooming House Keeper Tires of Skeleton After Keeping It for 30 Years Mrs. Jphn A. Broderlck and son, Johnny, of Springfield. Mass.. re turned home Thursday after spending throe weeks as guests of her brother. Earl Buckley, Mrs Buckley and Wlnntbeth. Mrs. Rachacl Patrick returned lo her home yesterday In Houston Tex., allcr spending u week hero as guest of her sbtcr Mrs. Piuil Byrum, Mr. •Byrum nnd family Mrs. Charles Brogdon nnd Mrs. Leonard Johnson spent yeslcrday i Memphis. Mrs. Dora Freeman of Houston, 'ex., has arrived lo spend an cx- cndcd visit with her daughter Mrs. Byrum, Mr. Byrum and fa- ully. j Cartel Loy A. Eich, son of Mr. | and Mrs. Loy B. Eich and Cadet )avid Moore, son of Mrs. N. M. Moore, who are students at Castle lelghls Military Academy, have jeen selected for membership In he Key club there. The club lists only members whose academic av- rages place them In the upper one-third ol their classes- Mrs, C. A. Taut spent Thursday i Memphis. The University of Arkansas has announced that the Alpha Gamma Rlio Fraternity topped the Spring Fraternity honor roll. There are 58 members'ol this fraternity and six arc North Mississippi County boys. They arc, Cullen Dlxon, Gerald Cassldy, Floyd White. Claude CHS- sidy, Grndy Sims and Perry Lee Adklnson. Mr. iintl Mrs, Elton Kirby were In Memphis last night to hear Miss Margaret Truman sing. Condition of Tim Estes, who h»: a back- injury. Is Improving. He will be confined to his home for 10 days Mrs. J. A. Wroten and Mrs. Wy. alt Henley will leave tomorrow FAIRFAX S C Nov 15 (UP1— morning lo spend several days will' L Ailtr A A, O. l^., OO>. 13. lUfJ ^«i,*l,.«. l n nlnn -ninff Mnntrn.:! Coming Events Social Calendar " Monday G. E. O. — MIS.S Jellye Cluir Huf- innn. Womciu Missionary Society of First Baptist Church meeting at 1 Ihc church for Royal Service program nl 2:30 i),m. Miss Pandorifi wiiUworlh, brlde- r-lcfl of Jack Cloplon Owen, will be guest of honor at a lingerie .shower when Misao.-, Ivn Louise and Ruth Scay and Mrs. Fred Stcadmnn arc hostesses, at Hie Seay homo. Woniens Circle-bight of Phil Hapllsl church mcelliiK »'Hh Mrs. Ivan H. VanPnllcn at 1:30 ,m. Young Woniens Auxiliary of First Baptist Church meeting \vltli Miss Willagenc Daws. Mrs. Frank Greer will be hostess lo St Stephens Auxiliary at 2:30 in. Woniens Auxiliary of First 1'res- bylrrlan Church will meet at Ihc chinch at 2:30, Womciu Society of Christian Service of First Melhodtst Chinch meeting In circle groups at 2:30: Circle One Circle Two Circle Three Manila Boys': Hearing Reset for N»xt Saturday A .second continuance In a case Involving three Manila 'youth* charged with burglary and grand larceny was granted In Municipal Court this morning and a hearing IIM been set for nut Saturday. The boys, whose ages range from U to I* years, are. Rass mid Roy Koyle and Donald Cox. They arc charged with the burglary of the Mnulla American Le»Lon Hut last week and the Ihell of trom *75 to $100 In cash In addition to candy and cigarettes. RICE-STIX Mrs. Ley Welch; Mrs. J. M. Jonti; Mrs. Paul Job*; Dock Workers Protest • BOMBAY, Nov. 15 (UP)—Twenty- live ships were tied up In the port of Bombay today by « etrike ol 30.000 dock workers. There were striking the "Tolow»ll»" system under which a trim hires workers through headmen. Circle Four ... Mrs. George Hub- liard; Circle Five ... Mrs. O. E. Kmulscn; Circle Six ... Mrs. S. E. Webb. Metis Club of St. Stephens Epls- co|xil Church meeting with E. A. Stacy at Uell, at 7 o'clock. , Tuesday L;i Nueve—Mrs. Ben Mno While. Tuesday Bridso Club—Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Trl-Town—Mrs. Ciurrard Caudlll. Club EnRlit—Mrs, Charles Lang- btOLl, Maple Drove Ceincliiry Assocliv- lion meeting »t 2:30 p.m. at the oine ol Mrs. E. F. Dlonicyer. Central Parent-Teacher Assocla- on meeting In the Young People's )cpartmcnt of First Baptist Church. Business Woniens Circle No. 7 icetlriE with Dr. Ednu Nles at 7:30 .111. Alpha Alpha Chapter of BeU jlgma Phi Soroity meeting at the :lub Room with Miss Dorothy Hlg- Inson Hiul Miss Jellye Hulfman s ho.ilcs.scs. U'cdnnday Town &, Country—Mrs. O. W. McCutchen. Wednesday Bridge Club—Mrs. L. MacArthur't Wisconsin Friends Start Campaign MILWAUKEE, Nov. IS. (UP) — A national campaign for the nomlna lion of Oen. Douglas MaeArlhu for nepubliciit^un presidential can dldalo Uegaji here today, althouif] MacArthur has not stated public! whether he would like lo run. Lansing Hoyt, lifelong friend o MacArlhur and his leading sup porter, said rcpreseulatlvcs ol at least 14 states will i>ct up a na- llonal MacArthur-foi-President, or- ganizallon. By Miss Patterson A one-day reign of terror In Fairfax was over today. It began when a Negro garbage collcclor found a human skeleton 111 a trash can during his rounds. Ru- spread that a maniacal killer M ™ loAR 'S on the loose. ' i relatives In Pine Bluff, and Little nock. Mrs. Wroten wll visit friends and relatives In Pini Bluff and Montrose and Mrs. Hen ley will visit with her daughter :k and family In Today Mrs. Frank Creech cleared up the mystery. She said a medical student left the skeleton Rt her rooming house 30 years ago and she sot tired of having It around. Civic Caltndor Mandiy Junior Chamber . ot Commerce Board of Directors Meeting — 8:00 <Conlinu«d from PaaVl) rd>y Evening poit. CoRimenting on the location of factory here, he aaM "BtrUx- 'lll« IIM alwajfi mode w fe«l at ,ome and we are jraUfu!. u w« lan benefited Blythevllle, «• are] ;l«d to have had the opportunity o do »o." Hanker Imvaka ai i,»»«ihe»» Siwtkhif at the luncheon, Mr. Lynch reviewed the growth ot Blythevlllii during the p«»t 40 yean. Recalling that thU awtlon »t lhat time waa chiefly woodlands, Mr, Lynch told, bow a*ri- culture ' aprang up • u the principal aclirlty alter the Umber waa cleared by mlllln« nrme, the ftret Indiutrlw here. He alio traced the development cf atrkulture In thla area, from the mule-and-plow ata(e to the mwhantaaUon movement which Alted In many workers »wlkhlnj frotn farm .to InduiUy,,. This movameiit 1* atUl in pro- greai, he aaid, and It la. neceeaary for the people ot Blytherille to prdvlde labor » place to work or eUe loae them to the North and nut. Mr. Lynch aUo ipoke of relations between Blythevllle and the Rice Stlx company and aald that the new KIHICX was a direct retult of this friendly relationship. Farmer England, pruldent of the ;lumber of Commerce, presided at he luncheon meeting and Intro- luced. In addition to Mr. Ttiro, Russell Daush and J. W. Bradley Jr., also of 'the Blythevllle plant laff. IT'S TIME TO EAT A '~RUSTIC INN New Hours: 11 p.m. til 12 p.m« Try Us For Fine Foods Lion's Club — 13:15 p.m. American Legion — 1:30 p.m. Wednesday Klwanls Club — 12:10 p.m. Olrl Scout Lone Troop — 8:00 p.m. Thundajr Roltry Club — 13:10 p.m. Chamber of Commerce Board ot Directors — J:30 p.m. Friday Football: Senior High Chicks — Playoff junior High Pap* v» Memphis South Side. Here. WARNING ORDER n the Chanc«nr Ceiirt, Chlekaaaw- ba DUtrict, MUabalppI C««nly, Arkanaai. Curtis Clark Freeman Plaintiff. vi. No. 10.2M Mildred Louise Freeman, Defendant. The defendant, Mildred Loutte Freeman, U hereby warned to appear within thirty days In the court named In the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the • plaintiff Curtis Clark Freeman. Dated this Uth day of November, 1847. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk Dy Betty Fcteraoh. D. C. .Qene Bradley, Ally, for Pltft. Arthur Harrlion, Atty. ad Lltem. N* paean hoaered wa Battey •* OatlnMUa Show* Bat. aW'Mai. Bargain Night Ercry Nifht F»MJ« Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 1:M m,m. 1J:45 p.m. 4:M »m the Eexjr Marriages Galore MEMPHIS. Nov. 15, (UP)—Robert Miss Winnie Marie Patterson, ot Lcachville, whose engagement to Thomas Jackson Pierce also of ] Lee James. 15 ,and his new bride, Lcachvllle, was recently announced, | Mrs. Genevia James, also 75, today Bridge Luncheon Given At R. A. Porter Home Mrs, Robert A. Porter and Mrs. -.Oscar .Fcndler entertained with a bridge luncheon yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Porter, with two guests from out of town. Mrs. Robert Pierce of Leach vine and Mrs. B. B. Goodman of Stecle, Mo. In the bridge games played Mrs Thnd Nicol won high, Mrs. Farris McCalla, second and Mrs. Chavlci Bitlncr, bridge. Yellow chrysanthemums were arranged throughout the entertaining rooms of the Porter home. The luncheon was served at small tables. today made known .the plans for her wedding. The rites will be solemnized Nov. 23, at 3 o'clock in the after- oon at the First Baptist Church Monette with the Rev. Eugene all, pastor of the Baptist Church , Leach ville, officiating, assisted, y the Rev. R. E. Lee Bcurdcu, rc- red Methodist minister, also of eachville Mrs. Robert Lewis Pierce, the inner Miss Dorothy Robinson, of eachville will be matron of honor, nd Miss Jo Ella Pierce, sister the bridegroom-elect, will serve ; bridesmaid. Robert L. Pierce will be best lan. Ushers, will be Ray Stewart, "m L. Middleton and Jimmie Pat- crson, brother of the bride-elect. DC// P. T. A. to Meet The Parent-Teacher Associatlot at Dell will meet Wednesday utter Santa Says: Only until Christmas f Credit is Free at Fitzpatrick's JEWELRY STORED It Ukes only 3 Minutes to Open * Chharitf Acconnl oon, Nov. 19, at the Home Eco- 21. had a total of 11 marriages to their credit. They were married here yester- duy. For James, of Los Angeles, Calif., it was the fifth marriage. It was his bride's sixth. Neither has ever been divorced. All their former mates died. Virginia Mann, n studen at Miller-Hawkins-Business Schoo In Memphis, Is spending severs days here as guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mann, and uro thcrs. Gerald and Billy, and Mrs Gilbert Mann. Mr. and Mrs Ted Lyster t>ii the parents of a son born yesterday t skaller Clinic. Their first child, he baby has been named John ourland. Mrs. Lyster Is the for- icr Miss Jean Bourland, daughter f Mrs. John G. Bourland. The bride-elect will be honored with a number of parties preceding Ihe wedding. Mrs- Jack Bell and Mrs. Ollle Ellis entertained with a shower Thursday night In her honor, and. on Tuesday, Nov. 18, Mrs. Frank Noe and Mrs. Herbert Atkinson will entertain with a buffet supper at the Noe home complimenting Miss Patterson. MrG. James Lacey and Mrs Mack Washington will honor the couple with a parly Friday, Nov. omics Cottage. The sixth grade students, spon- ored by Mrs. Kenneth, will present Thanksgiving play and choral umbers. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pierce will entertain the bridal party with a dinner party at Hotel Noble. Jonesboro, following the rehearsal Saturday night, Nov. 22. New Shipment CHILDREN'S SHOES Patent Straps Saddle Oxfords (tan & white) Brown Elk Oxfords Also High Top Shoes 51-2 — 81-2 — 12 S'/i to 12 — 12'/2 <<> 2 Prices According to Size $4.85 to $7.65 Alpha Delia Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meeting with Mrs, Der- lard Allen, 2:30 p.m. 201-h Century Club at the Hut at 8:30. Hosts and hoslcsscs will be Mr. aiuli Mrs. Cornelius Modlnjer Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Lutlrell, Mr. and Mrs, Glenn B. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Jack McHaney, Mr. and Mrs. Barnes Crook. ThurwUy Mrs. Larry Oammcter and Mrs. A. O. Hudson entertaining with «. kitchen shower complimenting Miss Fatidorla Whltworth. bride-elect. pathfinders Class of First Methodist Church having party *t the church at 1:30 p.m. Jolly Eight—Mrs. R, A. Copeland. Thursday Contract—Mrs. Rodney Ix Banister. G. N. B.—Mrs. Norvllle Humphrey. Thursday Luncheon—Mrs. R. V. Klrshner. Octette—Mrs. Loy Welch. Mid-week—Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Friday Chapter N of P. E. O. sisterhood meeting flth Mrs. Charles Crlgger and Mrs. Freeman Robinson as hostesses at the Crlgger home. fffff TO EXPECTANT MQTHriK ^ W% V V A Conc,^,. ,,,iu.-,,i , , T ~~ 1 u c u 11 u n a 1 To .how our inrerett MATBRNAI S ' MATERNAL an out«,nd,nB the welfare of expectant mother* booklet n . NEWBORN CARE, written t. 64 page, o f educarion.1 l CITY DRUG CO. Ed Williams, Druggist 101 East Main St. BfythtvilU, Arfc. SATURDAY Under* Tonto Rim ' with Tim Belt Serial "The Vlflluitc* N*. and Short . font. Showi BiC ll'MB.-ll:M. \ Sunday and Monday Come See Us In Our New Store Floyd A. White & Sons SHOES 313 W. Main BROWN ELK MOCCASIN Come See Us in Our New Store The (Mice ei .Discerning Hen... Farameait Newa and Sbert Gent. Bhowinc Suday Jll*-ll;»» raramintnt N«w» and ' ConUnneca Shewbtf 1:15 P.BL-U:** p-m. Bex Offlce Opens CM; Show Starts «:4S Ghillie Ladies Only Both Styles $6.95 Floyd A. Whit* & Sons SHOES 313 W. Main Proven ctafumaniliipt aatUfying comfort, choice foot-moulding leathers have marie thii Hostoman French toe an American Classic, a repeat favorite. The hint of aquareneae, the irim linea betpeak finest elyling and lasting good taste. Ill amooth, plump browu or black calfakin. Saturday Riders of Pasco Basin with Johnny Mack BrawB Serial "Black Widow" Ne. IX 'and Short ' Continaeos Sh.wlne Saturday 12:30-11:30 Sunday and Monday $14.95 THE VKXHW VOHAN VHO EVER Fez Ncwa A 8e*eetei Bawrt B*k)e*t Ont. Shewtel Sunday 1:)»-11:M Other Style* $12.95 to $16.95 Mansfield for Big Boys. . .$8.95 to $10.95 Floyd A. Wfirte e. Sons S H 0-E-S 113 W. Mata Coming to th* GEM THEATRE BlytheYill*, Ark. Saturday aa4 Rwfey Whirlwind Horsemen Cemt'l dkewe la*. Ceat 8hewiB«

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