The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 23, 1947 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 23, 1947
Page 6
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PACK FOUR (ARK.) COUBEBB HBW8 "Presbyterian Supper Is Given Last Night ' ,Moro than CO Blythcville 2'rcs- byteriaris enjoyed the third of n series of four Wednesday night family suppers last night, followed by the-study of "India on ihe Threshold," a book selling forth what India hos been, what it Is • now and what it might be'if it reccis-fd the goSpel of Christ Pastor Harvey T. Kidd, Th <M reviewed lhe closing chapter of the book for the adult'group during Its program period. Tliis was rtl- o,wcd by a brief playlet, outlining the needs for education in Iiuliii especially among the women. Participating in (he presentation were Mrs. L. s. Hartzog, Mrs. Vcrnon T lomassoii, Mrs. C. P. Rambo. Mrs • Wqlter Day and Mrs. Willard H' Blytheville Bride : _ The group of young children. 1111- cier direction, of '.MIS. Tlmd Nicol played games while the intoi-mo- dmte siout) had a story hour with Mrs. Roy Walton as leader • • » Mi's, Cecil Branson Is Hostess to Club Mrs. Cecil Branson entertained members of LSI Ncuvn club and several other guests Tuesd.w mtjht at the Branson home. 1100 West Main, with u bridge party Guests other than club' members we Airs, Hugh Whiisill, Mrs nirhnrd Logan, M,- S . Dale Bri fiB s Mrs James Guard and Mrs. nus . sell Haynps Farr. In evening fames, guest high was awarded Mrs. Logan nm] club \J« « n , 1 ° Mr Jo "" W, Thomas. sJconcf'C' !/alS °" K ' aS < " Vnrde " The hostess served a salad plate. * * * Woman's Club Program To Be Given Tomorrow The program which the \ V ,i,n«»s dul, will present terror™ G-Y .Presents Play Tuesday Afternoon Cinllya Stilwell is getting an early tlart as » drama writer, in f n ct fhj's done better than some writers who arc much older since one of her plays, "My Unlucky Day" ha.- already been produced. Curt o't the play, presented Tuesday afternoon at the "Y" ivns made up of members of the Senior l-\. fourth, fifth mul sixth arnila Pupils, of which Gaily,, | s a | so „ member. Participant., ,„ .. My Ul)Illcky Day were Mary Sue Walking [;;,^^ Welkins, lienhn cl«, M n phill| ! M - A »» Hcs:cr and Martha Daugheity. Speaker At Auxiliary Meeting C. G. Redman, executive Co "«££; «' 'Y' Sweetheart To Reign Over "Cupid's Court" .A JJlytUcvllle fllgh'. fic'hool i. v.'ii! be named "Swcetlwor: of uic V am! reign at "CiipUi's court' i" a Valentine Day pr OW im TUC-S| ay nig hi Feb. U, when n junior High, student and.. gin., 0 ' two other (i B e groups will b c i;. imc d auendnnls to the "-Swcelhenrr •' Canrttdates for the tiile at 'nr.' -iit nrc June Slires, Nn nt -» Da mon, Mary Jo Eaton,' Bei-crlv'A'V Bonlta aiankerd, Martha ahrf M O : rraylcr, Ann Skelton, Mary Eve lyn (j bmith and Freda vVcslmorc Junior High attendant, caiuli ville, announce the wedding of Iheir daughter, Miss Mildred lilnk- ley. to James R. Co)jeland, son of Mr. nijd Mrs. A. 1,. Copelund, also of Holland. Tho wedding, was solemnized Jon. j(j jj) Coriinii, Miss. Mrs. copeland attended Holland High School and Mr. Copeland attended school in Adamsvllle, Tenn before entering the Army. He recently returned from the European Theater. The couple will make their home near Holland where Mr. Copeland ' ' Mothers Are Guests At Girl Scout Services Bits of News Mrs. Byron Morse Is spending two week* )n UMe Rwk as „ BWit of her sons, Byron Morse, Jr., ^TiHn- w "" fl| n Mcrsu, and their MlK. yi-o.RylceuiKl.Mr*. Ames Llirion have . returned to Iheir Homes here . from Horule Mo where they have bee,, since the' smili ° f UlC "' lnothe1 '. Ml 's. Annie mith, a week ago. Mr. odd Ml . s . Johnson Ellis and ^f S m'' JO}1J1 "J'. h«ve moved to Miss ' r< "" e tWO ' '' r0m Wc ' st '' "" ( '' u. Nicholson "" ( ' Ml ' B - ,L-nn I - . . icholson 'eft this afternoon for riu-ettevi, <• 'Vf ,""" nllcnd K> J taS£ Nlchoson, .superintendent m L f 1100 '"- ' )Illl)s to «««".'.c-.v eiul prospective teachers an.l •, hlrarian while there. Tiicv win tui.n the first of next I S. *"' Co, 1(Jl (i on a( r ,_ Mny> uii(|(; _ ^in an accidnt. . Mrs cat and ssons, Cai iid Jim. of Burdelte, have Mrs ' JAYCEE Continued from Page 1. Seout Mrs. I,. G. Thompson Jr., was before her immia«c last n BlH Miss Ethel Ooodncr, .laughter of Mrs. o. P. Oooclne, lute Mr. Goodlier of odcn. Ark. Satirduy and tlie .Mis iv win oe a "nobby progi A highlight of the afternoon' 0 member of ilic Wo'man's "< whose name will be disclosed morrow. • During the afternoon a mimh.'i- of rare ' collections \vl|| be d 1 ' Played, Including family heirlooii'- nnd pieces bioueht from uhr-j-a Hostesses foi the occosion" a.c A^ Sallba, Mrs. j. u. Chnilcs Alforrt. — * • » Gioup Will Honor Jonesboro Chapter Dlytheville-s Alpha Beta Chapter of Epsita Sigma Alpha mnrte plans -.for honoring the Jonesboro Chiip- ' , ,. ' lhe Ofgonfenlion with n luncheon al a mcctiiiK TuesVr night ht. (he home of Mrs. Hobe't •Bias-lock, 030 West Ash. Time and place of the luncheon will be a - nounccel later. ducted thei business session' tol- pi V "lhn W " Ch Miss 'Ha""-.™ Wahl lea the group in u, P in , t , series of discussions on "Appeal" -H.' r K .JMnlrtnV? ilSSi5tc<1 >?>' Mrs. 'Big Pittsburgh Symphony to Play in Memphis 1 The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, under lhe direction '<if Pi'llz -Reiner, will present a concert in the 'Memphis 'Municipal Auditorium slnrting at 3:15 p.m. Sim- day, it was announced today bv the sponsors, t,he .Anglers Concerts. , The conductor of this symjlhony of 90 men has won n high.'place I In the minic consciousness of ( America through his concert nji- p:nvaiices anil his ' radio cngago- rncnts and tiie recordings which have been made of selections by the group of musicians. On Sundays program in Mem- pins, tiie classic school will be represented by a Mozart S;mi:hony, and will have us its contrast a | symphony by lhe modern Russian composer, Ser^c., Prokofieff. "La Valse" by the French composer. Ravel, will conclude the first half of the concert, which begins with an overture bv Kabal- cvsky. Other selections willbe compositions uy Wagner and by Kodaly. Read Courier News Want Ads. PTA to Present "Golden Jubilee" Program Feb. 17 The Parent-Teacher Association Founder's Day. Feb. 17. also Is the "Golden Jubilee" observation this .ram- and n speclnl program Is being in-runtvcl for Ihc occasion. Plans for ih c "Oolden Jubilee 1 ' were discussed yesterday afternoon nt a PTA Cil.y Council incctiiiR at Junior Hi..h School. The night's program will include ••oca] numbers by the sixth emcle boys, trained by Mrs. Halph Hcr- ryinau, and a candlelight ceremony but detailed plans for the program hnvc not been completed. At yesterday's meet ing, n resolution was passed to support the .'chool legislation. • • Mrs. Cate s Hostess .Jo Chapter D, PEO 1 ' at Mrs. William Club Is Entertained Yesterday Afternoon on Mrs. Clco llngston rt SKOml lo The hostess^ scrvcd >r efresh nwn t s . Meetinas See DISPLAY of TROPHIES Souvenh-s - Clippings 'of 'Miss America Runnerup' HECKY McCAT.I, Atlantic City Deatily Contest Winner SAMUEL F. NPRRIS Printing — office Supplies Typewriters Across from City Hall Evangelist From Salem To Hold Services Here Joe B'.ue of S.ilem, Ark., evangelist who has '-preached Hie Gos- pel'' more than 50 years, will hold services next week in Blytheville at the Church of Christ." E W What « Shirt! Mrs. Redman dlsc, lMcd wo , k o , DuST" r "?" aiw »«-P«e«™. n ,£ 8 ! C b " s " K '« session. u,c niixlliarj. vote,, to contribute $25 to l^c infniitile paralysis fu ,,d Jn the Mcfni hour (hat followed, lefrc.shments were served by hostesses, Mrs. Mike Meroney, Mr, Hen Clime and Mrs. J. M. Glevc- land. , Mildred BinkleyV/ed To James R. Copeland Mr. nud Mrs. J. M. Binklcy of Holland. AID., [ormei-ty 0 ; Blythe- Stpvall. minister, said today • The services will begin ' Sunday morning with services to' bc'Vheid each evening at 7:30 o'clock' j w" T lf! of '', vlces tt '"' bc <iire ctet W. T. siielton, by C-air.o.cco.aVa^o^elterda?' 8 'Born to Mr. and Mrs , P * E nSlSert: y '' l ' dall8 ' lteMllil .»"!' i t Mrs.. Pan) Jcbe, city Mrs, Buford Davis. Pascola Mo Memphis Baplisi Hospital Admitted.-. H. H. Duggan, city Mrs. I. 'H. .Locks, city Martha Criehfielcl, cit'v Memphis- art'thodisl Hnsniial Admitted: Carolyn Armstrong, city. Coming Events FRIDAY Mrs. A. A. Hardy entertaining :BC Rook Club .at home of Mrs Alvln Hardy. .Alpha Delta Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi sorority, meeting 2:30 p.m., at club room of City nail with,'Mrs. J. W. Diggers as hostess. Meeting of the Women's cl!ib members-2£30 p.. m. at club Hou-.e, Mrs. Robert Lowe of Manila has been the guest of her par-ms Miv< arid Mrs. George AVork:irm! for Iho past several days while Mr. Lowe was attending a m.'e'- !"B. in Clarksdale, M iss.' She nnd her father p) an to drive ( o Clnrks- dale tomorrow for Mr. Lowe. Mnrtha, Crichficld, 'youu(> daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill cri-h- fiekl, was admitted lo Memphis EaiHist, Hospttaj She was ncra-nl panied to Memphis by her niorh'ir, C'olU-Et Oddity' ^ . Peabcdy. Colleae. Nashville, Tenn., fives instruction in aviation, automobile repairing, etc., and yet its student body i s made up largely O f girls. Parngould • n-hprcj she won the "Miss Aikansas" title. He directed .the homecoming celebration held ' on her return from Atlantic City Mr Sudbury is affiliated wlih radio station KLON and i.s radio pi;'-" city rtii-pctor for Hie Jaycees. Mr. uiiiley attended the meetiiig of lhe Board of Directors of the United States Junior, Chamber' of Commerce in Chicago last Summer and was aclivc in'the organ«,,,," of ,»<^' Jaycee clubs- In fatiitigarl and .Walnut Ridge last year. H<> is at present secretary of Hie Jaycees and was chairmen ihc Luncheon Committee for the National Cotton Picking Con- f«st. Mr .uailcy is a salesman and insurance agent. .st president of Rlythcville Juy- =.ees and vlcc-|iresidcnt of Arkan- and Missouri state groups Mr Smothcrmon -.van the active 'head " lhe Christmas Activities Com- inltcc tlnit distiibutert nuts, fruits toy., to 30o iinderpi'ivclepcd c.iidrc.n at r, party for them U>fistmas and was also a member » the National cctto.i Picking -"litest committee. ]!•; is a planter. Ppi- heading ti lu biggest Jaycne Project of the ye^.r, the Nation-il Cotton Picking Contest.. .William wsnu was named'a key-man.-In addition lo serving ns chainnan-for tins event, | 1C - wo!ke(| as a mdm _ "Ci of numerou-, committees during tlie.past year and was chair-, '.nan ,,f last night's banquet pro-! gram. Mr. Wyatt is also a |>lanter.| 'Preceding presentation • of 'the* annias. janies Koy. Jaycee prcsi- aent. spike on the meaniji" of Jaycee -Week and several ? 0 ':nl raimber.s were presented by Miss Jane 'McAdams and Miss Herma Jonnsen. They wore accompanied by Miss Jean Snrb'er. Pinnies of the Seventh 'National Cotton picking Contest were shown by Robert .Rceder and the radio comedy team of "Zt'o and Mantis" presented a brief act..E. M (Buddy) Terry served 05 toastmaster More than lOo Jaycees and their Sucsls attended the banquet, which was followed by an informal dance in the Mirror Room. y. JANUAUY. 23, 1Q.J7 Does Stomach Gas and Bloat Make You Fee Miserable ? ' i l.nral A- LOME IHslanr-c Mnvln? CompelMit Help «cd .jfiTImient. Ailo- Qllfttlv JllHtlrr.ft Co'iltlAct I/Blllfb}{ anil lllic. Services. Home Service i Storage On. The Beauty Bar "your beauty Is onr duty" Helen Curtis Cold Waves j— Ogilvie Sisters Hair Prcparallilfl: Kotos Imperial $?ft.0o' Xuni Nail Polish iJIent-oc Hotel IMinru- ,'J2IIJ! There's Dcaiity for Vim ul THE HKAUTY CLINIC 1st Nafl. Hank Ill,i ff . I'!,one 3271 WATCHES-ALARM CLOCKS Spec/a/ Values FOR FRIDAY ONLY! i NATIONALLY ADVERTISED These i\cw Dra sliirls have n triple guarantee for becoming lines, correct fit ant) endurance. Outstanding tailoring and fabric make it a "best buy." $2 9S I. ROSENTHAL, Inc. Phone 2562 226 West Main St. New Haven WATCHES Jeweled Movement Westclox Wrist Watches Stainless Steel Case ' $6.75 Sheldon Electric ALARM CLOCKS $4.95 POCKET BEN WATCHES Telechron Electric ALARM CLOCKS $4.95 Kelton Wrisf Watches $7.60 BIG BEN Alarm I A BABY BEN Alarm } Ar clock j.yj Seth Thomas ALARM CLOCKS Spring Wind $5.95 Prices Do Not Include Fed. Tax FITZPATRICK JEWELRY STORES Blytheville, Osceola and Paragould, Ark. BlytheviMe's v Baby Headquarters! The .. Tot Shop V Continuous $lio\vs Kvcry Day Uox Office Opens 1 :•! Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CIJ :00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:.-i Thursday and Friday Selected Shorts Continuous Showing Hveryflay I Bor Office Opens CMS SaUmlay. Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:1.1 Continuous Slimis Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Kvcry Night Kxcrpt *'o passes honored on Sunday -it Ihe Itosy. Sikeston, Missouri Thursday and Friday -A /<•/*• x . fforfjers anrf Himmcfitein'sJ STATE AI,SO SHORT

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