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BLrTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1947 Phon« 4461 Miss Whitworlh Feted With Linen Shower ; Miss Pandorla Whitworth, brlde: «lect of Jack Owen, wu eomplt- I merited last night when Misses Elh- <•! Mae and Juanita Eberdt were hos- 1 tesses at the home of their parents, 'Mr. and' Mrs. 'Gus Eberdl, with a linen (hover, |' Bouquets of red.roses decorated the living room of the home. The mantle was the setting for a miniature altar with the bride, groom and preacher the center of the acen*. Th« bride's chair was marked with a white satin bow. The dining table, covered with a r handmade lace cloth, was centered with a bouquet of yellow chrysanthemums in a low pottery bowl. The buffet held a vise filled with orchid chrysanthemums. In the games played prlws were • won by Miss Ann Deen, Miss Shir- jley Barham .and Miss Ruth Stay. Miss Whilworth wore a black ? (silk suit with black accessories and ' a corsage of white gardenia*, n gift ; cf the hostesses. Refreshments of a dessert course with punch were served. 1 -• » • * : Holiday Dance Is Given iBy 20th Century Club Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Modlngcr Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Luttreil, ; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn B. Johnson, i Mr. and Mr«. John C. McHaney III ' and Mr. and Mrs. Barnes Crook were hosts and hostesses last night when they entertained the 20th Century Club members with a Thanksgiving dance at the Legion • Hut. Guests for the aflulr were Mr. and Mrs, Clarence S. Webb, Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Slmms of Bassett. : Mr. and Mrs. Charles Slalcup, Mr. Recent Bride Bits of Nev/s Mr«. Imogene Dcnham, Mrs. j. G. Davis and Mrs, Francis Hodge left this morning for St. Louis, Mo., to attend funeral services for Staff Sergeant Denham. who was killed In action March 4, 1945. The body was returned from overseas for burial In the United States', Imtne with fluenza. Books Displayed By Yarbro Pupils During This Week Students In Tarbro School, under (he direction or Ihelr teachers, Miss Alice Mario Ross. Mrs, Harry Samson and Miss Minnie Foster have, in k«piiiK with MiUonpJ Book Week,, arranged an attractive display of Ixwks In the window of R. D. Hughes and Co. The exhibit consists of modern books for grade school children. Some of the books were won by , „, „ , . i Hie Yarbro students through partl- J. T. Peterson Is confined to his jclpatlcm in the Junior League Broad- severe case or In-! casts in Memphis and others, num- i berlng 103, were presented lo Die Mrs. Annabel Fill, Mis, Norman school by Miss Lois Lenski, out- Bunch, Mrs. E. O Ambrose and. Charles Henry Daws of the Health Department and Miss Polly Wilson of Ihe Public Welfare Depailmcnt left yesterday for Little Rock where they will attend th e State Health Convention being held there this week. Polk. Others who took" part on the program included a boy's quartet consisting of Billy Jop Carlisle, Eugene Shaneyfclt, Jcre Wiseman and Bob by Dean Reid, usual rendition by Dean Reid. They gave an unusual rendition of "Barnacle Bill The Sailor." In the room count, the seniors won, for the high school with Mrs. C. L. Moore .as sponsor, and the second grade for the elementary school with Mrs. Jim Henry as sponsor. Mrs. J. H. Oxman and son, Stephen, of Melbourne, N .J.. have arrived to .spend several days here with Mrs. Oxman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Clear. Miss Eugenia Crawford of West Memphis, was the Tuesday night (iucst of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford. Mrs. Farmer England and her brother, W. H. Winbnrn of Little Rock, left this morning for ArkatlHphia. where they will visit with their mother. Mrs. H. L. Winbnrn, lor several days. Mrs. D. C. Pafford will leave to- Dclvan. 111., where she will visit with her daughter, Mrs. Robert Lipscomb and Mr. Lipscomb lor 10 days. While Mrs. Pafford Is there they will go to Chicago. III., where they will visit friends lor several days Condition of Dick Richardson, year-old-son of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Richanlsc.n. who has been seriously ill at Walls Hospital with pneumonia is improved. I Miss Lena May Dark, wtio has standing writer of children's books. Other activities growing out of National Book Week interests include a personal book shelf for every child. This project Is sponsored by Mrs. R A. Bugg and Keith Bllbrey of the 4-H Clubs, in cooperation with the P. T. A. The pupils, assisted by their mothers and club sponsors, dressed dolls representing characters In the Miss Kennemore Honored With Severer/ Parties OSCEOLA, Nov. 20.—A series of pre-nuptial parties have been given this week complimenting Miss Betty Kennemore, bride-elect of Thomas Steed, whose marriage will lake place Friday evening at the Church of Christ. . Mrs. Cecil Earls and Miss Elizn- beth Craig were hostesses to r>0 guests with a miscellaneous shower last week at the home of Mrs. Earls on North Pearl Street. The gift-s were displayed on the table, overlaid with lace cloth and centered with crystal bowl filled will Books Bring Adventure Series, i yellow and white chrysanthemums. These dolls were exhibited by the Memphis Junior league at a Conference of the Junior League of America in Quebec. Canada, anrt they will be seen in the exhibit window Friday and Saturday. A luncheon, with Mrs. Ini Gray, as giws!., wi.H be held Friday in the school lunchroom. • nd~ Mrs. Joe Freeman, Mr. and , Mrs. J. D. Davis, George Hubbard, • Robert McHaney, Hodgson Modln- ' •«er. Miss Martha Frances Stevens; Mrs. McCutcheil Hostess .ana Todd Harrison, Mr. and Mrs.! -p pi i »« i /-. Jimmy Parks. Mr. and Mrs. Charles I lo LhlO Members, (jUCSt Rambo and Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Horrlgan of Meridian, Miss, i The Hut was decorated witn cliry- • santhenmms in Fall shades and the Mrs. James Nelson Parks, who was before her recent Miss Betty Jane Bryson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mnngrimi Bryson of Enterprise. Ala. The wedding was solemnized 'Sunday, Nov. 18, at the First Methodist Church In Enterprise. I liccn visiting her" sister, Mrs. Mar- marrlage, I shall Biacknrtl and family and oth- refreshment table WRS overluici with a white cloth trimmed with Thanksgiving lurkeys and centered with a , cornucopia flanked by yellow lasers burning In crystal holders. Other • decorations carried out the Thanks; giving motif. Refreshments of assorted party I foods were lerved with Iced drinks. ; Mrs. Lutes Is Honored J By Fellow Club Members j Mrs, Charles Lutes w»s honored. i lust ,night when Mrs. Raymond I Stringer entertained .the C. a'nd N. „ . , | Birthday Club at her home with a | | clloo | ^ * meeting of the Centra! Mi.s. O. W. McCulclicn was hostess yesterday afternoon at her home on Main Street to members of Mrs.-Florence Perkins, Mrs. Leon: ard Young. iMrs. Ada Thompson ; and Miss Lena Mny Dark of St. ; Louis, Mo., were guests' other than ; members. 1 During the evening Mrs. Harry , Lutes and Mrs. Leonard Young were J surprised with a shower. J -. Entertaining rooms of the String! tr home were decorated with chvy- , santhemuihs and blue bonnets. ' • » • ; "Comic" Party Held ;For Sorority Members Miss Blllle Damon and Miss Bu; tonne Jaggers were hostesses Tucs- ; day night at the Damon home with i • "Come As Your Fnvorile Comic i Strip character" party. - Guests were members of the Al' Pha Beta Chapter of Epsilon Slg- ma Alpha Sorority, of which Miss ; Damon Is president. The 25 guests played "bananza" during the evening anil high score '. prize w»s won by Miss Jaggers. The hostesses served refreshments of m sulad course with drinks the Town and Country Bridge Club and one guest other than members, Mrs. Walker Bilker. Mrs. P. D. Foster won high score during the games played and Mrs. James B. Clark won second high, Chrysanthemum.-, and Fall flow- ens decorated the entertaining rooms of the home. Refreshments were served. Play Is Presented At Pi T. A. Meeting '. ' ^ : ' "Our America" WAI a play presented by the sixth grade of Central ' " ' ,1 Parent-Teachers Association ycster- er relatives, for the past 10 days, returned this afternoon to her home in St. Louis, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mcllwain and daughter. Judy Ann. of Houston. Tex., and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mcllwain and daughter. Barbara Ann, of Helena, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Robert Rceder and son. Dr. Edna Nles returned home this Ynrbro, were complimented with i morning from St. Louis. Mo., where a miscellaneous shower at the Dog- i she had been since Tuesday. She Community House Tuesday j went there especially to meet her Party Compliments Mr., Mrs. Hugh Bunch and Mr.s. Hugh Ed Bunch of Mrs. Young Is Hostess To P. E. O. Chapter OSCEOLA, Nov. 20.—Mrs. L. C. B. Young was hostess lo Chapter O. of the P. E. O. Sisterhood when she entertained at her country home i In Grider yesterday afternoon. Mrs. David S. Laney, president, was in charge of the meeting, and Mrs. Jettie Driver was program leader. Sujcct of the program was "Educational Loan and Cotty College." • A de.sscrt course was served to the 18 members present following the program. Decorations for the event were Fall flowers in varied shades. Plans were made for the next meeting U> be held at the home of Mrs. Frank Williams with a Christmas luncheon. The gitest-of-honor was presented a gift of crystal In her pattern. She yvore a white and red flannel suit with black accessories. Those who assisted witli the serving included Mrs. Jessie Wyatt, Mrs. Fred Manie and Mrs. Ethel Johnston. Miss Kennemore was honored agnin Tuesday night when the employees of the Mississippi County Hank entertained with a dinner at the Rustic Inn. The lable decorations featured a crystal bowl filled with yellow chrysanthemums and white tapcr.i in crystal holders. We the Women "Do your Christina.-! shopping parly and avoid the rush of last- minute, hurried shopping," the stores are urging. Okay, I'm willing to try It this year. But I Jorsec a few difficulties ahead. 'The wife who buys her husband's Christmas' present early runs the risk of having to return it a day or two before Christmas, when >je proudly conies home with a duplicate. The husband who buys hi* wife something '.hat, In November, It seems she can't live without, Is likely to find that. In December, she not only can live without it. but she doesn't even want it. The parents, who make their selections early, often discover that tiicir carefully hidden purchases are dug out by the inquisitive small fry. FATAL NOTE The woman, who early comes upon the perfect gift for dear old Margie, with whom she has been exchanging gifts for years, is SLS likely as not to get a nice sensible note from Margie saying: "What do you say, lets not send each other gilts this year." Masonic Grand Lodge Of Arkansas Electt LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Nov. 20 (UP) —The Arkansas Masons have Installed a new grand muster, Noah Sloekburger of Wlnslow, He succeeds John W. Hamilton of Hggott. Meanwhile, th« Royal . Arch Chapter meeting In Little Rock today was scheduled to name a new grind high priest and bestow th« Order of High Priesthood on a number of candidates. Other new slat* officers elected with Stockburger Include K. D. McNeely of Dermott, deputy grand master; Allen Clift of Camden. grand senior warden; C. Lester Hanna of Clarksvllle, grand junior , warden; Baker Clark of Berryvllle, grand lecturer; W. A. Hicks of Ltttl* Rock, grand theasurer; W. A. Thomas of Little Hock, grand secretary, and Dr. G. L. Kimball of D« Queen, grand senior deacon. As I say, I can forsce certain dif- i °' Education for ficulties in the "do your Christmas ' "'JJ 1 the vocatio. shopping early" plan. And among' them is the thought that, if enough shoppers shop early, wn'ir just exchange a last-minute Christmas r-^-h for an earlier one. Coming Events Social Calendar Friday Chapter N of P. E. O. Sisterhood rice-ting iith Mrs. Charles Crigser The guests' places were marked j anrt Mrs. Freeman Robinson as wood night when Mis, James Mlddleton.' sister. Mrs. Harry Klmbley of Shel- Tequesta Queen Mrs. Jim Henry Lutes and Mrs. Robert Scott were hostesses. Mrs. Bunch wns before her marrlaijo. Miss Nannie Mae Hesslc, daughs.'r of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Hessie. Entertainment was furnished by Miss Betty Cotcman, who played five accordlaii sola 1 ;. During Ihe re- , Bvyson ol Enterprise, Ala. mainder of (he evening Ihe group | G - Cecil Lowe, Nathan danced. Refreshments were served. Post Matrons Club Officers Are Installed . ..-, - CARUTHERSVILLE. MO. Nov byvlllc, Mo., who will be guest of ; 20. — Officers of the Past Matrons Drs. Curl and Edna Nies for several] Club of the Eastern Star for 'the year were Installed at the annual with bridal place cards carrying out a color theme of pink and while. The guest of honor was presented a gift from the hostesses and from the bank. She wore a trousseau frock of grey wool and brown accessories, with a corsngR of pink rases and carnations. Other guests who attended were Mrs. J. E. Kennemore, Mrs. S. G. Lockharl and Pat Kinanl. partcmnt in Little Rock. Stinnett declared yesterday that he feels he can make a greater contribution too the cause of education in Arkansas with the State Department, where he will head the Division of Teacher Education. Stinnett was with the Department eight years, first 'ocatlonal and rehabilitation departments, and then as rtl- rector of teacher education and certification. From 1941 to 1945 he was assistant commissioner 'of education. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Parks have returned here after a wedding trip to Blloxl, Miss., and the Gulf Coasl Mrs. Parks ts the former Miss Jane Thanksgiving dinner party, held this week with Mrs. Lottie Neeley and Miss Essie Johnston. They are: Officers Are Elected At W.S.C.S. Meeting Mrs. Mavis Settlemire was reelected president of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Dell Methodist Church when the group met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. R. G. Edwards. Other officers elected to serve j witli her arc Mrs. Edwards, vice- president; Mrs. M. F. Brownlee Srv, corresponding secretary and conference treasurer; Mrs. C. H. Whistle, hostess at tile Robinson home. Mrs. C. S. Dowdy entertaining C. B. C. Club members. | Muss Alice Saliba hostess at her home with party honoring brides- elect. Miss Shirley Barham and Miss Pandorin WhitwiTth. Saturday Mrs. Dale Briggs and Mrs. C. V. Sebaugh entertaining with a brunch honoring Miss Shirley Barhnm, bride-elect, at 9:30 a.:-., at the Brigg.s hom^. Mrs. Frank Owen Si-.. Mrs. Frank Owen Jr., Misses Huth and Ted Owen of Memphis entertaining with luncheon at Hotel Peabody complimenting Miss Panrtoria Whitworth, bride-elect of Jack owen. day afternoon at the First Baptist Church. Betty Lee Carroll, was narrator for the play. Mrs. Jamos Terry gave the tle- .votlonnl anrt Mrs. Ray Hall, president, was In charge of a brief business session. / Plans for I heir part in the Community Chest Fund drive were dis- c\lssed and' plans were Also made for H bar.nar lo be held Dec. 12 anrt 13. In. the room count the second grade and the sixth glade won. Mrs. Caldwell Speaker At Sorority Meeting Mrs. A. E. Caldwell, home economics teacher at the high school, was guest speaker at the meeting yesterday afternoon of the Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority at the home of Mrs. Bernard Allen. Mrs. Caldwell used for her subject. "Person Beautiful". During the business meeting plans for the Christmas party to-be held Dec. 15, were made. Tlie hosle.'w served refreshments of party food and drinks. • • • Mrs. Old Entertains Wednesday Bridge Club Mrs. L. E. Old was hostess yesterday afternoon to members of the Wednesday Bridge Club at her home with a two course luncheon. In bridge gamts played Mrs. C. A. Cunningham won high score and Mrs. W. H. Minyard won second. The dining room table at which the guests were served held a fruit centerpiec*. Church to Hold Rally In Paragould Tonight The Rev. Dilia Shaw will be the - -special speaker at the Young Peo- I JIrs - B ' ' %1 . Matthews spent ye.s- Mrs. M. Brent, president;" Mrs. recording secretary and local trcas- Ada Martin, vice-president- Mrs urer > Mrs - •>• R - Gil1 - secretary of Wade i Henry lioonc, secretary; Mrs H. i missionary education; Mrs. W. A. Jimmy Henry, Jimmy Lo we aad' H - Brown, treasurer; Mrs. H. T. I Whistle, secretary of Christian so- Frank Wagner left this morning for j Simpson, historian, and Mrs. Tom ' cial relations; Mrs. Cora Green- Little Rock, where they will attend • Mai key, chaplair the : Blythe,vllle-Llttle Rock i tonight. ! i: 4 • f ~ Mrs. Frank' Whit George Matthews, Mi: Bunch. Mrs. Fred Flccman and Civic Calendar Thursday Rotary Club — 12:10 p.m. Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors — 2:30 p.m. Frirtay Football: Senior High Chicks — Playoff Junior High Paps vs. Memphis South Side. Here. Ittle Rock ; game ! Mrs.',vTack ^Hart and Mrs. E. A, -;• . f r .jSy-i.-l Long were'ilnstalling oflicers. \-.'!•'• Whitwoiih. 'Mrs.! ' — '—— ' '' ..•a Martha Ann : John Moves Speaks Flccman and j . — , „ — , j way, secretary of student work; Mrs. pies Zone Rally of the Nnziirene Churches to be held tonight in Paragould. Those who arc attending from here include Betty Ixnelace. Helen Scmorc, Melvin Jarietl, Mary O'Brien, Lavcna Crump. Josephine Jariett. Gertrude Jeffries, Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Encler.son, Ihc Rev. and Mrs. Daniel statiord, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Trumble. Mr. ami Mrs. Oscar Alexander and Mrs. Melba Cobb. | tcrrtay in Memphis. Condition of Utho Barnes who underwent a minor nose operation at the Memphis Baptist Hospital yesterday, is satisfactory. His wife and hLi mother, Mrs. T. J. Barnes, are with him. Read Courier News Want Ads. Meetings The Men's Club of First Lutheran Church will meet at Ihe home of Herman Hoffman, 405 E. Missouri St., Friday at 7:30 p.m. Woltlon Nebel will present a special Bible topic study lit the meeting. K, ft, Miami's T«qu«sU Tn- ta B*tty J.D. Adolph, a <forma^AUanta reaMtent. Queen , Betty Jane ruled over the three,*»y f«tiviti«« celebrating the iepeniBg of. Ricken backer Cauae- \L- war «d Crandoa Park. Santa Says: Only Shopping Doyi until Christmas Credit is Fret at Fitzpatrick's JEWELRY STORES It Uke« enlj J Minutes lo Open a Chh»r«o Armani At Osceola P. T. A. At The Hospitals ELYTIIEVILLE HOSPITAL R. G. Edwards, secretary of youth j Admitted: vtak; Mrs.. Lama.rj Welborne, sec- | Mrs, J. M. Womack, Holland, Mo. retary of 'children's-' work; ' Mrs. 'L. M. Moody, secretary of spiritual life; Mrs. Noble Di\on, secretary of literature and publications: Mrs. D. L. Sheppard, secretary of supplies. Following election of officers, the book "Alcohol Problems Dissected," 'I , OSCEOLA. Nov. 20. — lohn Mayes. county .supervisor of schools, was guest speaker when 104 members j was reviewed by Mrs. Settlemire. of the Parent-Teacher Association i Mrs. Denny Wilson, Ihe former met yesterday at Ihe high school. I Miss Maureen Hart, was a special He used as his subject, "The Schools guest and was presented a piece of arc Yours." The president.. Mrs. C. W. Watson. presided, and Mrs. Spence Williams read the president's message. A group of girls from the physi- Dismissed: Mrs. Willie L. Carter, Osceola. Richard Ray, Cooler, Mo. Charley Schubert, Stcelc. Mo. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: ' •, Mrs. J. T. Jones and baby, Holland. I. J. Campbell, Portageville, Mo cal education class, under direction of Coach Rube Boyce, gave several folk dances. They were led by Ann Matlock, Catherine and Laura Lan crystal in her pattern, by the group. Mrs. Alton Griffin became a new member. The hostess served refreshments of a dessert course. The Artie tern makes an an- Educator to Return To Little Rock Position FAYETTEVILLE, Ark'., Nov. 2C , (UP)—After serving for four month as executive assistant to Univer sity of Arkansas President Lewi No passes honored on Sunday at Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Nlchl Except Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:15 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. <l)e Rosy Thursday & Fridav NEW WARNER HIT RAYMOND MASSEf GERAIDINE BROOKS »-•* . M.IT br Vat- -» A.1C. nnal flight of nearly 22,000 miles Webster Jones. T. M. Stinnett ha to lay one egg, and Incubate it. returned to the State Education De- j Of Special Interest to Teens C. & W. CLEANERS liijr dale lonighl? You'll look wonderful in freshly cleanet clothes—especially if C. & W did the job. And thal's R Rood tip to follow for all special occasions when you want (o loo! your best. Clean clothes arc smarl clolhes ... set Ihe C. & W. habil- Phonc 3747 Pick Up and Delivery Service 300 South Division Fararrtuunt News and SliorU Continuous Showing 1:15 p.ra.-lliOO p.m. Box Office Opens 6:30; Show Starts 6:45 Colbert • Welles c "'" Brent» TOMORROW 's FOREVER mm <j\xi IK BULOVA, ELGIN GRUEN, WALTHAM BENRUS, HAMILTON AND MANY OTHERS Coming to the GEM THEATRE GUARD'S Song of Sierras with Jimmy Cont'd Shows Sat. 12:30 to U:M Cont. Showing; Sunday 1:30-11:M Admission Adults 2St, Tax Incl. Jewelry Store THAT HAGAN GIRL with Shirley Temple anrt Ronald Reagan THE EGG AND 1 with Clamlelte C«"u«rt and Fred MacMorray

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