The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 22, 1947 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 22, 1947
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•I SATUIUUY, NOVEMBER 22, 1947 BLYT11EVILLE (AKK.) COUK1KU NKtt'S Society 9 Phone 4461 Miss Defoor To Wed At Lake Street Church Two Brides-Elect Share Party Honors Shirley Barham and Miss Miss The wedding of Miss Betty Lois [ Defoor, daughter of Lee Defoor; Pandorla Whltworth, brides-elect, £ Bakersfleld, Calif., to Burl Wil- were honored last night with a son of Mr. and Mrs. E. V.j Party given by Mfes Alice Saliba llson, will be solemnized at * j and her mother, Mrs. J. A. Sallba, o'clock thts afternoon at thR Lake | at their home on Kentucky Street Street Methodist Church. The Rev. I Guests were invited to come H. H Blevlns pastor, will officiate \ dressed In "something old, some- Hi th e double ring ceremony in the thing new, something borrowed presence of Intimate friends and; and something blue." relatives of Uie couple. | The refreshment table, covered Floor basket! of stately white i with an ecru lace cloth, was ecu- gladioli against a background of, tered with a large crystal bowl of falll e and huckleberry will form the setting for the wedding party. Mr«. Kaskell Blankeiishlp, pianist, will play the traditional wedding marches and during the exchange ol vows, strains of "I Love You Truly", will be heard. Mrs. Blankeiishlp will wear a fus- ehia wool suit with black acces- white button chrysanthemums in- I termliigled with blue ribbons, and j flanked by while tapers burning In holders. Miss Barham and Miss crystal Both Whltworth were presented with hair bandeaux of tiny pompom chrysanthemums tied with blue ribbons, In keeping with the chosen color series and a corsage of v.-hlte car- scheme. nations- r The bride will wear an aqua gabardine suit with' blark accessories and a black felt hat with a During the evening the guests fashioned books of "advice" for the brides-elect, with a silhouette of each on the cover, which they Bits of News Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Mrs. Joseph W. McHuno.v— G.E.O Mr«. Gilbert Hamijiock entertali,- ns with a kitchen hovrcr complimenting Miss Shirley Barnaul, bride-elect of House Hnrp. United Council of Church Wonum vicetlng at first Christian Clmrc;i at 10 a.m. for all day study course -no. covered dish luncheon. ahoulder length veil. She will pin later presented to them, a corsage of white gaidenlas with! A salad plate was served and the maline fluff, at her shoukler. j Mrs. Charles Hester will be her niece's matron of honor. She will wear a black faille suit with black hostesses presented both Miss Barham and Miss Whltworth with gifts. accessories carnations. and a corsage of 'After a brief ' w v eddlng trip, the couple will return here to make their home, wher e Mr. Wilson Is employed by Ark-Mo Power Co. red i Bobby Coleman Gives Supper Luncheon Compliments Dter N of P. E. 0. Bobby Coleman entertained several of his friends with a^ venison steak supper last night ' at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Guests for the affair were Don ,-,• M f n ~ T-- /-\ ' Smart, Wade Reeves Jr., Bobby Lhapter N or r. t. U. Turner, James Westbrook, Don Ker- bongh and Billy Joyner. Mrs. Charles Crigger and Mrs. Freeman Robinson were hostesses c c r 1 ! Art yesterday at the Robinson home O. .->. V_laSS IVleetS with a luncheon for members of Chapter N of the P. E. O. Sisterhood. The three-course luncheon was nerved from the dining table overlaid with a linen cloth and centered with a low silver bowl of bronze chrysanthemums. Other Fall flowers decorated the entertaining rooms of the home. • A» I«L« !?„»„., At J ohn rOSter Following the luncheon a regular business meeting: w&s held with Mrs. Crigger, president, In charge ol the session. Mn. L- E. Old was program leader using u her topic "Fellowship and Scholarships." • * • Mrs. McCalla Honored With Supper Party Mrs. arris McCalla was guest of-honor last night..when a group ol her friends entCTtalned with a surprise .birthday supper party .it the home et Mr. .and Mrs. Thad Nicol. ' ',' " Supper was served to the 12 guests present at small tables in the living room of the home. Sf> Bouquets of chrysanthemums in Kctractlve arrangements decorated the entertaining rooms. • • • Mrs. Dowdy Is Hostess To C.B.C. Club'Members Mrs. C. S. Dowdy was hostess yesterday afternoon to C. B. C. Club at her home on Franklin Street. In the rook games played Mrs. Alvln Hardy won high, Mrs. O. O. Elkins, second high and Mrs. A. A. Hardy, rooko. Enetrtaining rooms of the home were decorated with chrysanthemums and flsteis. The hostess served refreshments of a salad plate with coffee. Supper Club Gives Dance at Legion Hut Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Poe, Mr. an/i Mrs. W..H. Stovall, and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Huddleston were hosLs and .hostesses Thursday night to mem- Ikrs of the Thursday Night Supper *;lub and other guests with a Thanksgiving Dance and supper at the Legion Hut. Quests indued Mr. and Mrs. Shelburne Brewer, Mr. and Mrs. R. Penn, Mr. and Mrs. John Thro, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rose of Roselana, and Mr. and Mrs. .W. J. Wunderlich. The Ubles held harvest-centerpieces and yellow tapers burning in crystal holders. Mrs. John Foster, Mrs. Rayford Lamb, Mrs. John Tyrone, Mrs. Ix>la culbertAon and Mrs. Cody Eaton were hostesses Thursday night at the Poster home to members of the Phebean Sunday School class of First Baptist Church. Thomas Bell, son of Mr. and Mr«. T, A. Bell, who Is a student at Southwestern College, Memphis, has been appointed assistant business manager of the school paper, "Sou'westcrn." He is also on tho make-staff of the paper. Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Lauman of Lafcyette, La., will arrive tomori%w to spend Thanksgiving holidays licre as guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Modlnger and family. Mrs Lauman. the fornici Miss Maudle Modlnger, and her husband will be met in Memphis by Mr. and Mrs. Modtnger and Uieir son, Hodgson Modinger. J. V. Dates, W. J. Pollard, E, 11. Woodson, Jesse Taylor and E. B Mason Ictt yesterday for Nashville. Tenn., where they will attend the Vanderbllt-Marylind football game this afternoon. Mr. and Mrs A. E. Huntley will have as their guests tomorrow, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. McElroy of Mem phis. Mr. and Mrs. McElroy will attend the wedding of Miss Winnie Marie Patterson tomorrow afternoon in Monette. Mrs. P. O. Douglas, who underwent an operation in the Memphis Baptist Hospital several weeks ago, returned to her home here yesterday. Her condition is satisfactory. Mr?. James B. Clark left this morning for Little Rock where she will attend the state convention of the Daughters of the American Col-' nnists. Mrs. Clark ts state vice-regent, and registrar ot the local chapter. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Cookston returned yesterday from Cedar Rapids and Davenport, Iowa, and Kansas City, Kan., where they had been visiting for a week. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Allen spent ycst«-day In Memphis on business. Mrs. Hugh Morton of Springfield, Mo-, has returned to her home party. The During the business meeting plans i were discussed for the Christmas home was decorated with bouquets of Fall flowers and refreshments of pie and coffee were served. * 4 • Paula Hutson Honored On Third Birthday Mrs. W. H. Hutson entertained yesterday afternoon at her home with a birthday party honoring her three year old daughter, Paula. Various games were played during the arternoon and refreshments of Ice cream, cake and candy were served. The hostess was assisted by Mrs. Richard Osborne and Mrs. Nathan Marshall. Or. M. R, Owens Speaks At Wilson Meeting WILSON, Ark., Nov. 22.-Dr. M. R. Owens of the State Department of Education In Little Rock, wa.s the gues,t sneaker at the meeting of the Mississippi County Superintendents and Principals Wednesday night, at the Wilson School. George Patchell, Wilson chairman, presided at the meeting and ths program was under the direction of W. R. Nicholson of Armorel. Following the meeting, dinner was served at the new cafeteria by the Home Economics Department under the supervision of Miss Alene Bridges. Missco coaches also attended the meeting. Church Women Will Hare AH Day Study Monday day study on La Nueve— Mis. Melvln Halseli. Trl-Town— Mrs. Dale S. BrlRRs Tuesday Bridge Club— Mrs. W. C Hlgglnson Club Eight— Mrs. H. G. Partlow Miss Jane MsLcod entcrtslnlu with a party honoring Miss Pan- dorla Whltworlh, bride-elect of Jarx Owen. s MM. E, M. Terry Sr., Mrs. E."M. Terry Jr.. Mrs. James Terry and Mrs. A. R. WelenkAinn entertaining with a luncheon at the Wet- tnkamp home at 12 noon honoring M!M Shirley Barham, bride-elect Wednexd*) Town and Country— Mrs. Conm- llus Modlnser. Chapter u. of P. E. o. Sisterhood meeting with Mrs. W. C. Cites and Mrs. W. J. Robblns at the Robb 'i ; home at Steele, Mo., at 1 p.m. Alpha Alpha Chapter of Jicta Sigma Phi having Thanksgiving Dance at Holel Noble. Thursday Cotillion Cluli having tea danco . the Hotel Noble from 5 lo 10 p.n, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Robinson MI- and Mrs. Charles lllttner, Mr. nii.1 Mra. Parrls McCalla and Mr and Mrs. Monroe Craln will be hosU and hojKM. Friday Mrs. Cornelius Scherer entertaining C. B, C. Club at her home SUNDAY Miss Pandorln Whltworlh will become the bride of Jack Owen in a ceremony at First Methodist Churcn at 4 p.m. after .spending several days Uils | pirn" " """"' by P ' T ' A - ;j:0 ° Civic Colendar MONDAY Junior Chamber of Commcrce- 7:30 p.m. TUESDAY Lion's Club—12:1 , m . Junior High P.T.A. KxccutUc Homd—2:30 p.m. lollowed by P.TA —3:00 p.m. American legion—7:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY Kiwanls Club—12:10 pm Lange P.T.A. Executive Board— 2:30 p.m. followed week with her daughter, Mrs. Jerry ; FOOTBALL: Poe, Mr. poe and children. " | Junior Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Burchard Here, and daughter, Miss DeLoij Bur-i munau chard of Russellvllle, spent> several • Rotary Club—12-10 Hni... IV.I- __.-!, _.Jil_ .11 l_ j , , _ J J *-"**" i*.4U High Paps vs Bcllovuc— THURSDAY Senior High City—There. days this week with their daughter, ^ FOOTBALL- Mrs. Leroy Huddleston, Mr. Huddleston and children. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Whittington will leave this afternoon for Mayfield, Ky., to attend the wedding tomorrow afternoon of Miss Frances Blaylock, a former schoolmate of Mrs. Whittington's at Lambeth College in Jackson, Tenn. Mrs. Whittington will serve as matron of honor and Mr. Whittington will be a groomsman. p.m. Chicks vs Forrest Pie Supper to Be Held At Lone Oak School A pie supper will be held at the Lone Oak school Monday night at 7:30 p.m. This affair is sponsored each year by the Lone Oak basketball learn. Manila News MANILA, Ark., Nov. 22.—Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Hutchison were in Memphis yesterday. Dr. Hutchison's niece, Lina Lee Harris of Arkadelphia returned with them for a two weeks' visit. Mrs. J. T. Randal) of Tupelo. Miss., spent the first of the week here visiting her mother, Mrs. George Morris, and other relatives. Mrs'. Ous Smith. Is spending this week in Forrest City, vlsltlnj her sister, Mrs. O. H. Cole, and family. At The Hospitals Hospital Stccd-Kcnnemore Rites Solemnized In Osceo/a OfiCKOLA, Nov. 2!!.--ln n Unm-' tlful candle llijlil ceremony ui 1-iO o'clock last nlsht. Miss lietty IXHI Kenncmore, daughter of Mrs. J. r Kciinemore and Ihe late Mr. Keune- more. become tlie bride of Tlionus A. S'rvd, sun o( Mr. and Mrs. J. J Steed of llrndfnrri. The ceremony wns ."Oloinniml nl Ihe Church of Christ with (he Rev. 1. E. ntllliiRs- Icy, pastor of Ihe C'olenmn Avenue Chinch of Christ In Memphis, of- The nrclnviiy of cathedral llnhls was entwlnr-d with greenery mid Hanked by toll princess baskets of white gladioli and Rlowinu tapeis In wlille standards silhouetted against n background of palms. PrccccdliiR tin- vows u prognini of nuptial miisle was presented by Mr. nnil Mrs. Jiimes Jarred. Mis Ada Oosklns find Edwin neSham, vocalists, all of Memphis. Tapers were lighted bv Miss Dixie Lee Montague, niece of the bride, i She wore n blue toileta dress with' sweclhoiirt neckline and pinned a corsuso ot while carnations at her shoulder. Flower R!I| was Virginia Steed, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.j Win A. Steed of Luxorn, wi.o wore! a blue fnrninl and carried n basket 1 of rose petals. [ Miss i,Un MU C i.iinnum wns hcr mntd of honor, she wore a dress of heavenly blue liirltnn witli nn off shoulder neckline utirt a full skirt, stie can-led nn nrtn bouqiir', of white santnitas. '1'hc bride, given In niun-lage by I her brother, Jiimcs E. Kcimemore, wore ii wedding dress of white brocaded tnfleta fashioned with a Jewel ' neckline mid a fitted bmllcc, which extended Into a full tiered net .skirl. Her flimcrllp veil of Illusion was caught In her head with clusters of orange blossoms and she carried an arm boumict of while gardenias showered wi(h white satin ribbons.' Wirt A. steed of Luxora served ! his brother its best innn. Ushers were Charles and Howard Keililc- niore. brothers of tho bride. Dick ' Kenncmore, son of Mr. and Mrs.' Charles Kenncmore, wns ring bearer. The bride wns graduated from Osecola High School'and attended Frccd-Hnrdcrnnn College, Henderson, Tenn., and is now employed nt Mississippi County Dunk. Mr. Slccd was graduated from Bradford High School and atlciul- ed Arkansas Tech ul Uussellvillc. After a brief wedding trip the couple will make their home in Osccola, where Mr. Steed Is encaged In business. Out-of-town euesls for the wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kenncmore of Crawfordr.vllle, Miss Peggy BIllhiRstcy of Mcndcrson, i Tenn., Jimmy Kenncmore, Miss Jen' ny Summers, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Moore and daughter, Margaret. Miss Beatrice Bioadfoot. Mr. and Mrs Bill Billingslcy Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Mays, all of Memphis. PAGE ,V\VJ& NEW SILHOUETTE Re'l-cling llie rcgul mood ol •Jliintn i> thi. cotlon velv<itr«n company warehouse. Mr. Roosevelt's withes ifor simplicity at tne Little Whlfe House dining his lifetime will be car-lei! out In the renovation. Workmen will make .the building ta '011- plotcly fireproof as possible, strengthen floors for mass vlslb- Ion when the home Is opened to he. public early next year, convert Ihe. hcniliiK system from coal to oil and build a new, wider ovnl driveway In front. In addition, H new $22,000 administration building will be erected on the grounds, a small frame nffixlr with public-comfort facilities, showers for guards, a reception room and a .souvenir stand. When the furnishings arc brought b»ck from storage, each item will be fastened down with wire mid steel rods to thwart souvenir hunters. officials hope eventually win •,„, out sharecropplnc not t*O4nt tint* Ing In the South, > Hale Is buying the ISO-acre turn he has managed for several yMa on a loan made by the AaMrleui' Bank of Commerce, covering M per cent of the investment -It* mortage Is insured by tb* Home Administration, Insured Farm Mortgage Inaugurates New Era AMEUICUS, On'. (OF')—The firs Insured farm mortage loan eve made Ims been Issued hero lo Itob ert A. Hale, 49-year-old forme sharecropper. It started a cam palgn which federal governmen 1 TO tXPCCTANT HOTHtBI . Of ll,. '«"" llbyl ^ iliion «** i «-- 1ch «)« ,Y: i±&y^ \rniour In L!ID new Ion* <-.,! illume tie, Cinhlcn tmiMaini on th : u 11 A r ft ml I > t-': o n i tu «r; c 11 th :ourlly crcsl c'. !•;•; --7 •'•>)• i. Tti niMc""- hnl »l»o ;* liouc m cottoi nn, CAIIl-:. wri Ed WHuams, urutRist CITY DRUG CO. 101 K. Main St. I'hone Bead Courier News Want Coming to the GEM THEATRE Blytheville, Ark. Saturday and Sunday Song of Sierras wltli Jimmy Waktly Serial "The Sea Hound" No. » and Short Cunl'ri Shows Sal. 12:30 to ll:tt font. Showlni Sunday 1:M-11:M Admission Adults 'i.Vc, Tu lad. Blytheville Dismissed: • Mrs. James Earl Reagan, city ^Mrs. J. w. Lawlcr and baby, Wilbur Rainey, cooler. Mo Mrs. nobert Collins, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Dick Richardson, city. Lanny Dunahoo, Steele. Little White House Treasures Moved For Renovation > WARM SPRINGS, On. (UP)—All fi:nil',lilni:s of the Little White House here—tncliidliiR the eiisy chair In which President Rooscvjlt wns stricken and tho bed In which he died April la, IDIS-have been moved to Atlanta white the simple, wblic n-nnic cottiiRc Is beliiR reno- vuter. Tliu removal Included everything In (he bulkltnn—Mr. Roosevelt's fmnoiiK revolving "work table," his ship models imd countless glfta from ndmlrns who knew of his love for nil things pertaining to the Still. Much llcm of furnishing, all valued nt more thnll $100.000. was carefully marked and catalogued before bcliiR moved to Atlanta, where It has been stored In a prl- Ivale fireproof room of H stornge Mrs. Steele. Dr. J. . - -. Mo. Leroy D«vis and baby, Beasley, city. We the Women BT RUTH Mm/rrr NBA Staff Writer WOMEN are sale'r drivers than men. Or so it was agreed at this year's National Safety Congress— the annual convention of the National Safety Council. Women, however, shouldn't expect such a p rouncemen t —e v e n it was though' . _ backed Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Williams of! up by national New Orleans. La., visited friends! accident statis- and relatives here a few days this tics- An the subject, the 'First Christian Church for the • United Council of Church Women | beginning Monday morning at 11 o'clock. ' ] A movie will be shown and a covered dish luncheon will be served, j it was announced today by Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt, chairman. j ,_ to have week. They will spend several day« the slightest ef- at Eagle Lake, Fla., before return- • feet on what the Ing to New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Townsend have returned from a business trip facts. Their low opinion o[ women drivers Is Just one of them. Another such Idea Is that women are, by nature, extravagant creatures. The fact that the penny- pinching housewife fnr outnumbers Ihe casual "Jiist-cliarBe-and- send-lt" shopper doesn't Interest, men at all. "The trouble with women Is that they haven't enough lo do" Is another theory men set great store by. Yet nohtidv has ever proved it. WOSIKN ARK COMl'ANlONAIII.l; WOMEN don't like other women. Isn't it true that most women have just as many women friends as men have men friends, that I bey are even belter about keeping In toucii with Ihelr friends Ihnn men are, and that women enjoy each other's company fully as much as men en- Joy the companionship ot men? But, then, men aren't really ln- lercstcd In the facts when Is comes to their pet opinions aboul women. They believe what they like to believe. No imssi'.s honored on Sunday at ('011(111110115 Shows Sal. and Bin. iiiln Nlijlit Every Nlfht Except Continuous Shows Kvcry Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 USTKN TO KLCN 8:00 «,ni. l^:|5 p.m. 4:39 p.m. the Rosy ADAMS APPLIANCE COMPANY -08 WMt Main Fhone 2071 Turkeys For Thanksgiving Battery Fed — Place Your Order With Us Now! PICKARD'5' GROCERY Phone 2043 IfM.I West Chicknsawba average man Ruth Ml »c» thinks about women drivers. Men have many ideas about ing - time and contradictory SUNDAY SPECIAL Chicken & Waffles Giblet Gravy Creamed Potatoes Vegetable » Sarved With Our Own Baked Roll* $1.00 Home Baked Pies & Cakes We Bake Piec and Cakes On Order SYCAMORE HOUSE Arkansas-Missouri State Line , Legal Liquor or Prohibition? In Little Rock, in 1931, witli Prohibition, there were 1,287 arrests for drunkenness. In 1046, with legal liquor, there were 4,908 arrests for drunkenness. In Hope, in 1932, under Prohibition, there were 85 arrests for drunkenness. In 1945, with legal liquor, there were 528 arrests for drunkenness. The county voted to go dry in March, 1946. In Monticello, in 1930, under Prohibition, there were 32 arrests for drunkenness, In 1946, with legal liquor, there were 218 arrests for drunkenness. In Magnolia, in 1943, with legal liquor, there wore 7 murders, all attributed to liquor. In 1944, under Prohibition, there was one murder. Benton County has just voted dry by a 2 to 1 majority. Let's join the march toward decency and sobriety. « This Ad Paid for by the Mississippi County Ministerial Alliance The Cream of Your Thanksgiving! D E L I C I O u s MIDWEST SEX BRICKS Call For It At Your Nearest MIDWEST Dealer's SATURDAY Return of Lash with AJ St. John Serial: "The Vlrllante" N»..'i and Short Continuous Klmwinjt Buturday 11:30-11:30 . '-'. ' I Sunday ant) MondmJ CRONALD SHIRLEY REAGAN TEMPLE, ' THING. YOU LOVE- YOULL LOVE RORY CALHOUN • LOIS MAXWELL Pnraniount News, Also Shorts Cunt. Showing Sunday l:3t-lt:M I'aramuunl News antt Bnortl Continuous Showlnf 1:15 p.Tn.-ll:00 p.m. BDV OfHre Opens fi:3»; Shu« Starts 6:15 Saturday Abilene Town Serial "Black Widow" No. 11 and Short Con 1. Shows Sat. 11 a.ra.-H:3«, Sunday and Monday I fax News ft Selected Sbwt Cont. Showing SaBd*y 1 :

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