The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 18, 1947 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 18, 1947
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TOO* BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER KEWI TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1947 Aleutd, Phone 'MCI Miss Crawford Engaged To Jack ThomaS Hale a wedding of outstanding tntenct ii the announcement muS» today by Mr. and Mrs. Ivy Win (red Crawford, of the engagement and approaching marriage ol their daughter. Miss Eugenia Crawford, to Jack Thomas Hale, son of ltr..and Mrs. Esco Lawrence Hale ol Armorel. i Th« wedding will be solemnized Sunday, Dec. X, at First Baptist Church. Miss Crawford, a graduate of Blythevllle High School, later attended Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, where she was a member o! Alpha Sigma sorority, and Little Rock Junior College, Little ROCK. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from University o! Arkansas, yayetteville, where she was a member ol Pi Beta Phi Sorority, and where she received many beauty honors, ' including selection as Razorbacic Beauty during her senior year there. Following her grnnuntioii n-oni the University, Miss Crawford was a member of the editorial staff of the Courier News for a year before go- Ins to Iowa State .College, Ames, where she took her Master of Science degree, and where she served as president of Theta Sigma Phi, national women's Journalism honorary scholastic fraternity. Alter a year on the editorial staff ol the New York Herald Tribune, Miss Craw- lord has for the past several months served as executive secretary to Rep. E. C. Gathlngs ol West Memphis, and Washington, D. C. Mr. Hale was graduated -from Armorel High School and Mississippi State College, Starkeville, where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in agriculture. Whlla there he was president of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity and served on the Inter-Fraternity Council. After his graduation from collese, Mr. Hale served as assistant county agent for Poinsett County before returning to Blytheville where he now is engaged in farming. Royal Service Program Held At Baptist Church To Be December Bride Coming Events Social Calendar Wednewlay Miss Ethel Eberdt eiitcrlilnlnt with a shower honoring Miss Pando- rla Whitworth, bride-elect. Mrs. Raymond Stringer entertaining C and N. Birthday Club at her home at 7 p.m. Central Parent-Teacher Association meeting In the Young People's Department ol First Bapllst Church. Town <& Country— Mrs. O. W. McCutclicn. Wednesday Bridge Club— Mrs. L. E. Old. Alpha Delta Chapter ol Beta Miss Eugenia Crawford's engagement to Jack Thomas Hale, son of Mr. and Mrs. Esco Lawrence Hale of Armore], is announced today by her parents,'Mr. mill Mrs. Ivy Wlnfred Crawford. Miss Daws Is Hostess To Baptist Y. W. A. Miss Wlllngcne Da\vs wns hostess last night to the Young Womens Association of the First Baptist Union of the First Baptist Church met yesterday .afternoon aL the church for a Royal Service Program on the subject of "Africa." The meeting was opened with the president, Mrs. Marion. Williams, presiding. The watchword of the year was given and the group sans "Hark the Voice of Jesus Calling". -,, , . ... Mrs, Albert Enrferlin was in charge LiUU'Ch Auxiliary Meets of the program. — — • Mrs. E- B. 'Woodsou otfererf n. i prayer and Mrs. Williams gave the ' devotional. Miss Billic Jean Turck accompanied by Mrs. C. M. Smart 1 sang "Tell It Again". A prayer WHS ! given by Mrs. H. H. Brooks after which Mrs. George Ingrain gave a 1 talk on "Slaves and Free Africa." rnngcmcutj,' The hostess served re fresh men Is of a dessert course. • * • Business Women Meet With Mrs. VanPatten Mrs. I. n. VauPattcn, was hostess last night to six members of the Business Womens Circle Eight Church nt her home on Hearn St There were 15 members present, The Baptist Womens Missionary one new member. Mrs. Ellsc Lewis nnd one visitor, Mrs. Charles Davis. Miss Jun e Buchanan gnve the tie- ] of the First, Baptist Church and volionnl nnd Mrs. Davis taught two visitors at her home book' C MT1vo?ld I> Too° f the St " dy i Mrs ' Va " P-Hcn presided over The hostess scrvcrt refreshment '"° "*"" .""*"">» ««>«> »™l Mr., of n dessert course. For Program, Business The Womens Auxiliary of First Presbyterian church met ycstcrctas' afternoon at the church \\ilh 22 members present. Mrs. willard H. Pease was in charge ol the prog rum on the Charles Evans taught the second and third chapters of the 'Mission Study book "Pray Ye". Prayers were given by Mrs. Earl McGregor and Mrs. Bill Woolen. The hostess served refreshments of cake and coffee. Gertrude Hoover Wed In Indiana Ceremony Sigma Phi meeting with Mrs. Bernard Allen, 2:30 p.m. ' 20th Century Club at the Hut at 8:30. Hosts and hostesses will be Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Modlnger Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Maurice UHtrell, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn B. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Jack McHaney, Mr. and Mrs. Barnes Crook. Thursday Bunlette P.T.A. will meet at the school at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Larry Gammeter and Mrjj. A. O. Hudson entertaining with «. kitchen shower complimenting Miss Pandoria Whitworth. bride-elect. Pathfinder* Class of First Methodist Church having Installation Banquet at the church at 7:30 p.m. hostesses at the Crigger home at 1 p.m. Jolly, Eight— Mrs. R. A. Copeland. Thursday Contract — Mrs. Rodney L. Banister. G. N, B— Mrs. Norvllle Humphrey. Thursday Luncheon — Mrs. R. F. Kli'shncr. Octetlc— Mrs. Loy Welch. Mid-week— Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Friday Chapter N of P. E. O. Sisterhood meeting lith Mrs. Charles Crigger and Mrs. Freeman Robinson as hostesses at the Crigger home. Mrs. C. S. Dowdy entertaining O. B. C. Club members. Miss Alice Saliba hostess at her home with party honoring brides- elect, Miss Shirley Barham and Mis* Pnndom Whitworth. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Ted Owen of Memphis entertaining with luncheon at Hotel Peabody complimenting Miss PandoiJa Whitworth, bride- elect ol Jack Owen. Civic Calendar Tuesday American Legion — 7:3o p.m. Wednesday Girl. Scout Lone Troop — 8:00 p.m. Thursday i Rotary Club — 12:10 p.m. Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors — 2:30 P.m. Krirlay Football: Senior High Chicks — Playoff Junior High Paps vs. Memphis South Side, Here. Central's Sixth Grade Pupil$ Hart Book Inhibit As t feature of observance of National Book Week In BlytrxvUle, Sixth Grade pupil* on Central School under the direction of their teacher, tin. Ulllan Bley Frank, hive a dlipUy of old and new books In the window of th» s«m NorrLi i tore on East Second Street, it wa< dictated today. Some of the book* on display are more than IM'yetri old providing sharp contrast with ntw book* In gay colors, large type and attractive landings. Of special Interest U a book for teacher* getting out the rule* for conducting a good Khool back In l«7l. Lock-step precision with the authorative teacher in the foreground wu the rule ID thote day*, while the modern professional books for teacher* place emptuuls upon child development, and »tud- ent planning with the teacher a* • n interested guide, It wa» explained. Informal Tea It Held At Wilton Muting WILSON, Nov. ]».—In observance ol American Education Week, the Wilson Parent-Teacher Association met Thursday afternoon at the high school auditorium for in Informal tea. ' Mrs. J. K. Neely, w«s chairman ol the hospitality committee and the parents vlflted In various class rooms be I ore the regular meeting. Mrs. J. H. Whitaker, president, was in charge of the Meeting and Mrs. Benton Garrett was program leader. Mrs. Carl Bird gave the devotional and Mrs. Charles Elklns read the president's message. Miss Neat Is Crowned Basketball Queen ETOWAH, Nov. 18. — Miss Beth Neal waa crowned queen of the 1B47 Mtssco basketball team at the Etowah gym, Friday nighk, Nov. Following the crowning the Mtuco teams played Dc51 Dell wa* winner In both the boys and girls games. Dr. Mossey Is Speaker At Progressive Club OSCEOLA. Nov. II. — Dr. L D Massey was guest speaker last night at a meeting of the Junior Progressive Club at the Community House. His subject was "Public Welfare." Mrs. Baker Turner gave a musical program following the speaker. Hostesses for the spaghetti dinner and meeting were the officers of the club who Include Mrs. Ver- Auxiliary Entertained By Mrs. J. H. Loyewell OSCEOLA. Nov. 18. _ - n , c W omens Auxiliary of Calvary Episcopal Church met yesterday afternoon with Mrs. J. H. Lovewell as hostess at her home. Mr«. 8. U Gladish conducted (he leuon study on the "Life A social hour of followed. Manila Masonic Lodge Holds Annual flection Stanley Pradcnburg wns elected Worshlpfu! Master of Manila F. and A. M. 588 at a meeting and election of of fleers' there last night. He and other newly-elected olfl- eers will be Installed Dec. 29 at Manila meeting wl der of the Eastern Star. Other of/lcera named follow: Friday In Memphis. Miss Jean Bussey or Memphis j on Ice cap pent the weekend here with her 30,000 year North ' merica was covered »vith hundreds of feet thick parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bussey and family. Miss Dorothy McAfee, who attends the Memphis School of Commerce, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. McAfee and family. Coach Dick Parxer of Nettlcton, spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Frances Parker. Livestock ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, Nov. 18. (UP) (USDA) — Livestock: Hogs lz,uuu, salable 11.000; market fairly active, barrows and gllu 25 lo mostly 50c higher than Mon- dny's ;v*Mge. Sows mostly 50e rs ago. Senior Warden, Uoyd Dlnsmorc- Junior Warden, T. A. Bon-land; Senior Deacon, Garfield Lewis; Junior Deacon, Franklin Spencer; Senior (Master ol Ceremonies. Douglas Lawson of Blythevllle; Junior Master of Ceremonies, Walter Davis; secretary, Jack Rakestraw; treasurer, William Borow- „ „ , higher, with some later sales of Hall In a Joint weights over 400 Ibs. »1 or more of the Or- higher. Bulk good and choice 180 to 300 Ibs. 25.50; few loads early 25.25 4nd nbo'.it two loads topping sky; .chaplain, L. Dell; Tyler, L. M. ,\n Moody o( Curmichcal. at 25.75- l.CO to 170 Ibs. 24.25-25; 130 to )oO Ibs. 22-24. l 25; 100 to 120 Ibs. i a-21.25; good cows 450 Ibs. down 24.50-25,25; weights over 400 Ibs. unevenly 22-50-24.50; stags 17-20.50. Cattle G.700, salable 6,000; calves 2,500, all salable; cattl« prices mostly steady in opening trade. Early deals confined to a few low medium lo low goort steers at 18.50- Ferrell Harris was elected to in- i 2 ?: sood hellers around 25-26; most all the new ofllcers. I. D. Shcdcl I riillm to lo;v S°° rt n-24; good cows will serve as marshal. Mr. Harris' nlollllrt 16.50-17.50; common and and Mr. Borowsky. co-chairmen ol the finance committee, announced that more than $300 has been donated to decorate the lodge hall for the Installation ceremonies. Marriage Licenses The following couples obtained marriage licenses over the weekend in the office of Miss Elizabeth Blythe, county clerk. Rufus Robbins and Miss Bertha Myrlck, both of Tomato. L«ond« Henandez and 'Miss Adelfa Asebedo, both of Annovcl. i,'" , v Lester Fay Forshcc of Slcclc. medium beef cows 11-16; canners ant) cutters 9.50-12.50; good beef bulls 18.25-18.50; these very scarce. Medium to good smisase bulls 1618; vcalers steady to 50c lower; good nnd choice 25-32; common and medium 13-24; culls around 811. Be/room Styles Feature Fashion COLUMBIA. Mo. (UP)—With two women's colleges here (and the University of Missouri), a girl has to watch how she dresses—even In First Osceo/a Events Wednesday O.sceola Parent Teacher Association meeting Wednesday at 2:30 at the High School auditorium. Baptist Leaders /.cave For State Convention Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hoover today News of Southern Baptists", was the topic chosen by Mrs. R. E. Blayloci. Mrs. Williams dismissed the group with prayer. « . • Miss Thompson Is Wed To Kenneth W. Byrd Mr. and Mrs. Buran Thompson announce the marriage of their daughter Miss Bonnie Sue Thompson to Kenneth W. Byrd, son of Mrs. C. C. Byrd and the l:\lc Mr. Byrd. The ceremony was solemnized Saturday night at the home of Justice of the Peace Paul E. CooTey. The bride wore a blue crepe slrcet length dress with black accessories ; and a corsage of white carnations. 1 Miss Deloma Byrd sister of the • bridegroom was the bride's only ; attendant. I Mrs. Byrd attended Blytheville i High School and is now cmplovcd at the Ben Franklin Store here. : Mr. Byrd attended Blytheville , High School and Is connected with . the Coca Cola Bottling Co. The couple arc nt home here. * " . • Church Auxiliary Meets With Mrs. Frank Greer Mrs. Frank Oreer was hostCM , yesterday afternoon at her home , at 1513 W. Walnut St., to members ! of St. Stephens' Episcopal Church Auxiliary. , Mrs. J. D. McDowell gave the ; opening and closing prayers and ; Mrs. .Lewis Hubencr was In charge i of the program. Her subject was • "Don'ts For Churchfollc." Following the program, the nos- i tess Krved 'refreshments. Mrs. Stilwell Elected As^President of Group International ^e Womens Society of~"christlan SHrlino's Service of the Lake Street Mrtho- 1 " rlm9 * dtst Church yesterday when the group met at the church. Other officers elected to s->rve with her are, Mrs. W. U Green- vice-president; Mrs. Joe Strickland' recording secretary; Mrs. L. E. L«shot, corresponding *ecretary; Mrs. George Shanks, treasurer; Mr* H. H. Bkvlns, secretary of mtorionary education; Mrs. Allen V»nWinkle, secretary of Christian Social Relations; Mrs. Iverson Morris, secretary of student work- Mrs C. M. Baxter, status of women- Mr* Don Lull, youth work; Mrs. Billy King, childrens work; Mrs. J. W. afaloney, literature and publication; Mrs. W. B. Mayo, supply •nd Mrs. C- T. Shamlin, spiritual life. Mrs. Shamlln (ay* the devo- Uonal on th* subject "Thanksgiving and Prayer", followed by' a prayer given by Mrs. Blevins. Mrs. Stlllwell dismissed the group with and plans were made for the meeting of the United Council ol Church Women of Blytheville. lo be held Nov. 21 at First Christian Church. The meeting wns dismissed with prayer. Club Is Entertained By Miss Jettyc Huffman G. E. O- Club members were cn- (ertnincrl last night at the home of MLss Jettyc Hufiman. In the Viridge games played Mrs. J. C. Ellis Jr., won high and Miss polls. The'wedding was solemnized Nov G at the First Baptist Church In Indianapolis. The bride was graduated from Blytheville High School and was employed by Montgomery Ward Co.. here before goinp lo Indianapolis. The couple will make the The convention, which will last till Thursday noon, will be held the First Baptist Church in Little Roclc. in Indianapolis where Mr. Sheets s employed by the Bell Telephone arm Miss Wanda Haughn of Arbyrd, Mo. James Raymond Ross and Miss Llllie MargsreJ- Suiton, both of Blythevllle. Huley Scott and Miss Frances Sampson, both of Holland. Mo. Calvin Johnson of Dell and Miss Ina Pearl Kelley of Little RocVc. T. L. Luedsey and Miss Marian Smith, both of Blytheville. award for the in the annual r "lo\'clist" Christian president; Mrs. Sue Mrs. Bd chisenhell, non Aston, Pennington, . , Mrs. Fate Harmon and Miss Elizabeth Ballou- Mrs. Dan Hammer was in charge of the program and 43 member* were present. Program Is Presented At Wilson High School WILSON, Nov. II. _ "Wilson School Me*Ui The Emergency in Education" was the title of the program presented Wednesday morning at the High School auditorium by member*-of the freshman class under tha direction of Miss Vlrgie Rogers and Miss Louise Phillips. Several brief Ulki wire given and • a musical program was presented by the-Boys alee Club. At the ckMe of the. program the entire student boCy ung, "America th*. Beautiful and gave the Pledge of Allegiance. Wilson News \ Mrs. G. R. White-side and son, j Rudolph, spent last weekend In Tu- i pelo. Miss., with relatives. i Wallace Thompson underwent an ! operation at the Baptist Hospital I in Memphis, Friday. His condition! is satisfactory. A. J. l,andruin attended to business Friday in Memphis. | Mrs. R. L. ChLsm of Brinkley, is \isiting her daughter, Mrs. M. N. Nelson and family. . Mr. and Mrs. R. Lee Chism and children, Bobby arid Andy, spent She had on pajamas with a pink sleeveless top and black satin pimls. She al5o wore silver slippers IrSmmcd in black. FOR FASTER RELIEF NEVER Wait Till a CoM GetsWorse! Quick! Ul.Th.i. Special Double-Duty Note Drop* A little Vicks Va-tro-nol in each nostril relieve* head cold distress fast! And if used at first warning sniffle or sneeze. Va-tro-nol actually helps to prevent many colds from developing Try it! Follow directions in package ¥1CKSVATRONOL Ha Rogers, brldgo. Entertaining rooms of the home were decorated with giant yellow chrysanthemums in attractive ar- CHOOSE from our bri styled collection . . . ond price our typicol values trioi speak rer Man uiual Investments. magnmcenl silver pcilern 3-DTAMOND RING Won t you come in and see it al COCKTAIL RING R.g U. S. Pot. C" l Presenting nationally Rihcrtiscd IIONKYHUGS trimmed with 'real while bunny fur.'snuefittinc clastic strap. Leather soles. ;In baby blue, white, pink, rH. royal and black, sizes 4—9. $2.99 > IMus Tax Be look for fhls Ing STOUt NAMR CHECK NAME— AI)r>FriS_ crrv Family Shoe Store 312 W. Main St. Santa Says: £3^ e&£4k & '-^' % Only ^ Shopping Days until Christmas Credit is Free at Fitzpatrick's JEWELRY STORES It takes only 3 Minutes to Open a Chharge Account o pusses honored on Sunday Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1;45 Show Starts 2:00 _ LISTEN TO KLCN 00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. the Roxy Tuesday and Wednesday STONEpresents ^-» EOOlE .PRISC1UA j BRACKEN LANE * FUMOATA im ranriT- iiiu SUK- uitn mioiu CU;nu (A • liitl HI Released thtu United Artists Paramount News ana Snorti Continuou.s Showing 1:15 p.m.-11:00 p.m. Box Office Opens 6:30j Show Starts 6:45 Tuesday and Wednesday Andim Stone GAIL Mil CUIIREWR Dangerous Money with Sidney Toler Coming to the GEM THEATRE Blytheville, Ark. Saturday and Sunday Song of Sierras with Jimmy Wakcly Con I'd Shows Sat. lt:M to 11:3» Cont. Showing Sunday 1:30-11 :ftt Admission Adolls 23c, Ta» Incl. COMING SOON! THAT 1IAGAN GIRI, with Shirley Temple *nd Ronuld Rfsfin IIF FC.r, AM> I with Claaifelle Cnllwrl and Fred MacMurray

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