The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 21, 1947 · Page 4
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>AGB WOT BLYTHEVTLLB (ARKJ COURIER NEWi Society W Phone Kitchen Shower Honors Pandoria Whitworth Mr». L*rry OamroeUr and Mrs. ! JL O. Button were hottcoes last < i nlfht with' i kitchen shower at the '- Hud«on home complimenting Miss i,I>nekjnim Whllworth, bride-elect of - Jack Owen. Th* entertaining rooms ol the home wt'rt decorated with bouquet. 1 ; of gladioli and chrysanthemums In potUry,,vai««. • Tin tift box wat decorated with whit* cnptj^aper ajid kitchen ware «u> Uwl.dn 1 the outilde. The »u»»t-of-honor wore a tomato red vpel drew and a coriaje.of ehattertd'carnation*, a (Ift of (he hostess**. : . . , _,.'-. Refr«ihmenU.o[>a dewert course with hot puiich'werje ae^yecl.. ' Mid-^eejc.Club Feted Mri. R. A. Porter Mrs. R. A. Porter, whoae mother, Mrs. B. A- Lynch, is a member of the Mid-We«lc club, entertained By Club Is Entertained By Mrs. R. A. Copeland Mri. R. A. Copelind wa« hostess yesterday afternoon to Jolly Eight Club members at her home. In the rook games played durinz the afternoon Mrs. Grovcr Wren won high, Mrs, Helen Wren, second ami Mrs.Wilfrod May, rocko. Entertaining rooms ol the Copeland norne were decorated with roses and Fall shades of chrysanthemums. The hostess served refreshments of « salad plate with coffee. • • . Mrs, Terry Entertains =-• , Bridge Club, Guest Mrs. James Terry was hostess !a*t night to members of the Thursday Night Bridge Club and one guest, Mrs. Karris McCalla, Mrs. Sanford Boone became a new member of the club and in the games played Mvs. William Young won high score and Mrs. Ben Harpole won second high. Bits of News the 8 rW y«Wa7Vter"nciVTt;™ e h<BU! « sclw " a s " n ' lwl(; " her horn* On West Ash .<Wr»«( A\cn I"" 1 * her home on West Ash Street. Also present for the affair were two guests, Mr». Elton KLrby and Mrs. Toby tyong . A two- cour»e luncheon was served from imall tables arranged In the living room of the home which iras attractively ' decorated with v»ses of colorful Autumn flowers. Later In the afternoon bridge was played- with high score prise going to Mrs. C. A. Cunningham, and second high to Mrs. Lynch. . • •' • Installation Banquet Held, By Pathfinders The Annual Installation Banquet of the Pathfinders Class of Firsl. Methodist Church was held last night In th< social rooms of the ehurch? , ' . ' Officen .Installed at the banquet were Clint Caldwell, president; Mrs. Byron Moore, vice president; Mrs. Alfred - Williams, secretary; Mrs. James Nebhut, treasurer; Mrs. Wag- noi' Adtmi. corresponding secretary; and Mrs. Alex Shelby, reporter. Guests of honor Included former members of the class who are now teachers In the church school, Mis. Glenn Ladd, Mrs. William Wynlt, Mr*. Leonard Johnson,; Mrs. J. Moll Brooks Jr.,, D. H. Arncy, Lewis Hidunan, Jennings Bailey, Mi. and Mrs. Morrii Webb and Mr. and Mrs. Kerschal Jackson. Also guests were the Rev. and Mrs. Allen D. Stewart. Lewis Hicknmn was tout master «ad was in charge of the recreation anil William Wyatt, teacher or the eltfi, g>ve,;k brief talk on the history of the dais. Thi tables were centered with a giant cornucoupla, resting on autumn leaves, Apples,, looking like turkeys, were also placed nlong the Ubies. together 'with yellow tapers burning UT- crystal candle-holders, Autumn leaves decorated the walls of the rooms. * The banquet fare was cooked and aeryed.by the Youth Fellowship r>[ the Church." The proceeds will go toward sending the youth delegation to the Cleveland Youth Conference to be held Dec. 30, to Jan. 2, 1M8. Miss Mamie L. Adams was in charge of the group. Mrs. Trail 1$ Speaker At P. T. A. Meeting Mrs. Mildred Trail was guest speaker at yesterday's meeting of the Burdelte Parent-Teacher Association. Her subject wu "Public School Music." Mrs. Murray Mcltafiey gave the president's message entitled," Winter of Decision". During the business meeting it was decided not to have the December meeting because of the holidays- In the room count, the fourth grade, taught by Mrs. Chris Tompkins, won the prize. Hostesses . for the meeting were Mrs. Clayton Holder. Mrs Dur•wood Long and Mrs. Brad Shearln. with iced drinks. Mrs. Tucker Entertains Octette Club, Guests Mrs. V. O. Holland and Mrs. H. E. Wilson wero guests yesterday afternoon when Mrs. C. p. Tucker entertained Octette Club members at her plantation homo. In the bridge games plr.yod. Mrs. Holland won high and Mra, Wilson, second. •Entertaining rooms ot the home were decorated with chrysanthemums and a basket of chrysanthemums in pastel shades was placed In front of the fireplace. The hostess served .refreshments of <Jcs.sert course. Mrs. Humphrey Hostess ,. G. N. B. Club, Guests Mrs. Clyrtc ElcJrldge and Mrs. Wcklon Ncbcl were RiiepU yesterday afternoon when Mrs, Norville Humphrey entertained the G- N B.. Club at her home. In the bunco gntncs plnycri Mi's. Humphrey won high, Mrs. Byron Mali, low and Mrs, Boyce Moore bunco. Roses dccoiattrf the eiUerUlnlng rooms of the homo. Refreshments of pic mirt col fee were served-. Club Members Honored By Mrs. R. F. Kirshncr Mr*. Rr-'r. KlrsVmer was hosteM yesterday ^lo members of the Thursday Luncheon Club and three Harold A. Doyle was admitted to the Veterans Hospital in Memphis Tuesday, where h e will undergo treatment for several .weeks. Mr»- Doyle and her mother, Mrs. Dan Dunkln, who have been with him, returned homo Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs, ' irvin Roush of i Hlllsborof Ohio, have arrived lo stay until the first pf the year with their daughter, 'Mrs. . Ann Smith, and her son, Freddie. ' Bob l.-ancashlre, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Lancashire, and a student at Westminister College. Fulton, Mo., has been chosen a.1 a member of the cast (or ihf play "Operation X", a production ofi the college dramatic society, Jab- i berwocky, of which Mr. Lancashire | is a member. Mrs, Bert lloss Jr.. left this morning to visi>: with her si.ster Mrs, Hugh Ed Tn(e, Mr. Tale mid infant daughter, In McComb, MLs.s., for several days. Condition of Mrs. Willie Ncbhut who underwent a major operation nt the Memphis Baptist Hospital Tuesday morning, Is satisfactory. Mrs. Rupert Cm (Ion and daughter, Pamela and Mi-, and Mr.s. Tom Martin of Dell, returned home yesterday after spending several duy:; in Memphis. Corp ami Mrs. Arthur Leo Connor are, the parents of R daughter born Wednesday night nt Walls Hospital. She lias been named Shei'yl Lee. Mrs, Connor 1* the former Mis> Wanell Pringle. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ed Tale of McComb. Miss., are the Parents of a daughter born thLs morning at McComb, Their first child, she hiia not been named. Mrs. Tale is the former Miss Frances Adieus, daughter ol Mrs. J. H, Adams, of hero. Mrs. W. O. Reeves spent Wednesday In Memphis. ' Paul Cireenwcll, who VIRS been in Memphis undergoing treatment, Is now nt homo. He and Mrs. Clrccn- well were motored home by their son. Joseph Donald Greenwell und family, of Memphis. Mr. nnd Mrs. N'eal Johnston of Hnntlnglon Beach, calif., are the parents of a daughter born Nov. 17 Their first child she has been ncnicd, Sylvia Sue Mrs. Johnston is FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 19«T Royal Newlyweds Spend Honeymoon On Estate 74 Miles From London III, ROBKRT S. MUSEL (United 1'reu Staff Correspondent) LONDON, Nov. 21 (UP)—Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip honeymooned today In one wing nf a mansion on his uncle's 6,000- BCIC estate 74 miles from London. For one mo;-.lh, they will enjoy more privacy than they can expect for the rest of their lives. Scotland Yard men were all over the place to Insure the world's most famous nowlywcds privacy. When the light* vent off In their honeymoon suite at 11 o'clock last night, the Dally Mirror reported, (hcic was a Scotland'Yard detective on guard In the attic, several lioor.s above. Other detectives patrolled the estate In a Jeep. I3i oudlands, the mansion of Philip's uncle, Earl Mountbatlen, has been Hie Royal South Hampshire hospital slnre, the war. and the Mountbatten's kept only a smalt wing of it for their use. This was where Eliy.abelh and Philip were honeymooning, nnd the patients in the hospital were beside themselves In excitement, thinking that by looking out of the windows, they might ite the roytl lovers strolling In the (ardens, There were four servants. Although, the Mirror reported Philip let all of them go except the butler aft«r dinner. Dinner, under Brltaln'1 strict rationing, was potato soup, rcnnted chicken, two vegetables and Ice cream. A special flower- bedecked train took them from London to Winchester, the station nearest the estate, early last night. London'! newspapers devot«d three-quarters of their rationed pages to accounts of the wedding and to picture*. There, was an exception,- the Communist Daily Worker. It carried a three-paragraph account on the bottom of Us first page. On an Inside page, four columns to the Laurie Laughlin and It devoted wedding of his bride, Leah, at the Walthonulow registry office. The headline was: "The other Wedding." NEW LOOK — Mrs. Kurt Damn, above, wcftrs fashion's new look at ihe Opera in Now York. Her gown covers her shoulders but folknvs the "b;ircd hosom' J lines v/hich stylists are offering , this .st'ascm A double string of pearls and ;i bow on her hair complete the outfit. . Louise Wndlcv < of E. Blrvck, Mrs. W. and Mrs. Harry guests, Mrs. F. J. Wunderllch, Kirby The luncheon table held a fruit centerpiece. In tile bridge games played. Ma's. A. G, ^Little won high score and Mrs. Ross D, Hughe:! received sc- • cond high. c • * • ojitract Club, Guest Entertained Yesterday Mrs. R. L.. Banister was hostess yesterday afternoon to members of Thursday Contract Chib and ono guest. Mrs. Baker Wilson, with a two-course luncheon at her home. Mrs. O. W. McCntchen won high score and Mrs. Wilson won second, when bridge games were played. Tlie dining room table at which i tne hmchenn was served was centered with a low bowl of roses and the other entertaining rooms nt the ' home were decorated with roses and chrysanthemums In vivid shades. tho former Miss of Blylhevlllc. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Grcar Columbus. Oa., arrived Ing to spend 'the , Mr. Orear's parents; Mr. and Mrs. O. H Drear, and his sister Mrs. J. H. Oxinan and son of Milbournc. N. J. They came especially to be with his mother who underwent an eye operation last week. Her condition is improved. Condition of T. P. Wright III. who underwent an appendectomy yesterday at Blythovllle Hospital is satisfactory. He la the son of Mrs. Oscar Fendlcr. Condition of Walter Webster who was dismissed from the Memphis Methodist Hospital yesterday Is improved. Harry WhU E and Mrs. Artie May Bryant accompanied him home. > Mr. and Mrs. George Stihvell and daughters. Lottie Pearl and Sarah Bob and Mrs. Chester Lewis suent yesterday In Memphis. At The Hospitals HlytlM-ville Hospital Admitted: Jackie Martin, stcele. Mo T. P. Wright HI, city. Tomas MunliE, city. Dismissed: Mrs. Earl Redden nnd baby, Cooler. Mo. Births: Bbrn io Mr. and Mrs. Rnlph Davis, city, n daughter, vesterdny. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. J. p. Turner, Stcele. B. F. Wilson. Rte. 3, city. Mrs.. Joe McDaniol, Luxora. Mrs. Dolphus Jordan, Carnlhers- ville, Mo. Mrs. W. U Dllltud and 'baby, Luxora. „„ „„,„ ,„ Club Members Meet ral this morn- With Mrs. D. Fergus!;. .weekend with • , ; . . ; .. ta. ~,^ & ., nSGEOlKA, Nov. 2lf'..'.'5 J^rs. Dane Fergus entertained members [ of her three table bridge club yc.s- lerday iiftcrnoon at her home on Scmmc.s Avenue, with a dessert bridge party. Mrs. Ben Butler Jr.. vvns winner of ihe ,iigh score and Miss Bcbe Livensteln won second high. Mrs. Bill Dillard received low. and Mrs. William Bard Edringlon won bridgo prize. The home was decorated chrysanthemums and other flowers in varied .shades. We the Women nv Kirni MILLET "WHENEVER I catch myselt stmiing to criticize a friend or pick ' a new acquaintance to pieces. I stijp right there," said a happy- faced woman In ^£i£ «i,i,*fN|| her early thirties JL^ A-v«t.Vl figure that •;criticiKlng other 'people is a habit that grows on a : woman through the years, and I | don't Intend to let myself sliD into it like so many women do." S h c's right Ruth Millet! Picking flaws in other people Is a habit, nnd about as vicious a one as a woman can acquire. rt's vicious for several reasons. It ruins the personality of th woman who makes a habit of being critical of others. No woman is ever charming when she Is pointing out what Is wrong with someone else. And It's a vicious habit because It sets a woman apart and makes her lonely. The critical person is never warmly welcomed. Then, too It is a habit that grows harder to break with every year or a woman's life. | DESTRUCTIVE CRITICISM I And, of courcs. the critical woma*> I does a lot of harm through thp years.' She points out faults and magnifies them, tearing down Instead of building up. Next lime you start to critlclxo another person, stop long" enougn to .sec whether or not you're enjoying yourself. If you are. the habit of criticizing has already taken hold of you. with Tall Singing Convention To Be Held Sunday i$s Sanders to Teach Classes For Methodists Miss Mary Sanders o'f Dallas. Tex., will teach .1 training course on "How to Teach in Sunday School," beginning Sunday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. at the Lake Street Methodist Church, it was announced today. Other classes will be held Monday evening at 7:30 p.m. and Tuesday evening at 7:3D p.m. First Methodist Church. Yarbro Methodist. Promised Land Methodist,. Dell Methodist. Luxora Methodist. Wes', Blytheville Parish and the Lake Street Church will participate in this course. The pubic Is invited to attend. Coming Events Social Calendar Saturday Mrs. Dale Briggs and Mrs. C. V. Sebaugh entertaining with a brunch honoring Miss Shirley Barham, bride-elect, nt 9:30 a.w. at the Briggs home. Mr«. Frank Owen ST., Mrs. Prank Owen Jr., Misses Ruth and Ted Owen of Memphis entertaining with luncheon at Hotel Peabody complimenting Miss Pandoria Whitworth, bride-elect ot Jack owen. ehurch'i 83-year-old St. BtrnibM House was being rebuilt. The problem was solved when FraneU Cardinal Spellman and the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York leased to the Protestant Church four buildings in the Bronx for II n vcar. Civic Calendar Football: Junior High Paps South Side. Here. vs. Memphis F;ii(h, Hope and Charity NEW YORK (UP)—The Protestant Episcopal church was having trouble finding headquarters for Its City Mission Society while the Bridge Club Is Honored By Mrs. Palmer Stan ton OSCEOLA, Nov. 31. ... Mrs Pnlmer Stanton Jr., was hostes! yesterday afternoon to two tables of bridge club members and one guest. Mrs. Polly Martin. Mrs. W. W. Watson Jr., won high I score and Mrs, Stanton received! second high. The hostess served a dessert course with hot drinks. The home was decorated with red berries and greenery. fi/yf/ievii/e People Attend Football- Game Among Hie many BIytiieville football fans in Little Rock last night to attend the Tiger-Chick tnme were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shanks J Whitney Morgan Sr., Whitney Morgan Jr.. Joe MsClure. Mrs. Carv McFarland, Mr. and Mri. (Jeorgc Clark, Barbara Oennlng, Raiiaiul 1 Hawks, Stanley Hood, Bobby Me-1 Parlttnd, Mr. and Mrs. R. C.'Allen,' Palsy Beshearse. Elmer Ross Smith 1 Mr. and Mrs. Matt Scruggs, J. r! ! Friend, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lute's j Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Couucllle, Mr. ! and Mrs. Hugh Gentry, Donnlci i Gentry. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Woodson. Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Craft on and children. J. A. Lloyd, Charles Bo- i gun, Carl Hood, Bobby Tomlinson, i Ann McLeod and Mary Frances Gaines. Coming to the GEM THEATRE Blytheville, Ark. Saturday and Sunday Moss Bryan is now Displaying Christmas Gift Wrapping Paper, Seals, and Ribbons in Riotous Yuleride Colors THE GIFT SHOP 103 East Wain Street Song of Sierras with Jimmy Wakcly Serial "The Sea Hound" No. B and Short Cont'd Shows S»t. 12:M to 11:30 Conl. Showins Sunday 1:30-11:00 Admission Adults Z5c," Tai Incl. Appears in Play CARUTHERSV1LLE, Mo.. Nov. 21. —Miss Patsy Johnson, daughter if Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Johnson of this city, was a member ol the cast last week which presented the George Bernard Shaw plaj, "Androclcs and CAKE HIT OF THE MONTH! Old Fashioned Applesauce Cake AOr Two thick layers covered W * V with fresh, spicy applesauce W-ufVl_n, ^^W^J^yv^w •WN«v™- w ^rty^ Vta ^ A ^ rtrtrt ^ NXV , ON SALt SATURDAY ONLY! Telephone Your Order — Dial 2073 HART'S BAKERY The PcmLscot County Singing Convention will hold it's monthly X B ^VUrc5V^»S?^ :=V^ STMJtS MS^^^r i ^MvrMSn^ ^ ber of music and dramatic clubs i,., r . „],!,-!; nil! c u- n a rmicort at while a student In the local hi,!, ,!,„--f-.ulbertson Crimmunilv Center E " 1001 ' 8;ih,id:iy Nov. 21! nl. 8 n.m. Wood Products Ass'n Elects State President LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. Nov 21 IUP) — v. H. Whlllcn of Mngiiolia loriiiy heads the Arkansas Wood Products Association, following his election at, n board meeting here ye.slcrday. He succeeds E. E Van Duscn of iVlalvern. 0«r 2,000,000 motorists already tow... The 48 Packard's are "Out of this world!' THEY'RE an Auto Show by themselves! A complete 'ine of all-new postwar cars . . . backed by the Rreatost new- model program in all Packard history! See them . . . you'll know why Packard showroom attendance, the country over, has topped 2,000,000. See them, and discover , ., Free-flow styling — the newest style trend — with proud individual identity that says "Packard" at a glancel "Sofety-sprint" power—from three new straight-eight engines! Conifort-ciira ventilation—one of many new luxury appointments in the year's "idea" interior! See them all! On display.., .rfofif.'"»v.... at your nwrost ftckarJ Motor Sales Co., Inc. & Franklin Sts. »• . Walnut & Franklin Sts. Blythoville, Ark. COMING SOON! THAT IIAGAN QIRI, with Shirley Temple and Ronald Reagan TIIK EGG ANI> 1 with Claudeitc Colbert and Fred MacMurray por- is a You're a Precious Gift 1 Yes, an .exquisite Irailure of yourself precious fjifl lo a dear one Make an anrioinlment today for a silTing. Cal! 4131. THOMPSON'S Studio 418 West Main Sf. No pusses honored on Sunday at Continuous Shows Sat. and San, Bartaln M|ht Every Mghl Except Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Sliow Starts 2:00 LISTKN TO Kl.CN 8:00 a.m. 12:15 p.m. 4:30 p.m. (he Roxy Last Time Today Possessed with Joan Crawford anil Van Hcflln Paramount News and Shorl Continuous Showing Everyday Serial: "The Vigilante" No, g • and Short Continuous Showing Saturday 12:30-11:30 Sunday and Monday , V e «** *%&• x ;\i^S^ *.V^S.e.*^s^^>^ DHEIFliS " s ' ' ' U niamnnils •i wo M uuniii, MIIHIVIUE uw •iut«m RORY CALHOUN • LOIS MAXWELL ~. P£N'IY EDWARDS - *,k.,.,PnERGOOFBEY Paramiiunl' News, Also Siiorts Conl. Showing Sunday 1:30-11:00 Faramuunl News and Snort* Continuous Showing; 1:15 p.m.-ll:0fl p.m. Box Office Opens 6:30; Show Starts C:15 Last Time Today Tomorrow Is Forever wilh riaurielfe Colbert and George Rront Also Short SuhjcrLs Salnrrlnv Serial "Black Widow' 1 No. 13 and Short Cont. Shows Sal. 11 a.m.-U:30 p.ro. GHW BfiWI IDClll KMSDK ,-;,; BERNHMIflT Foi News * Selected Short Subject Cont. Showing Sunday l:ir>-ll:»»

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