The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 31, 1947 · Page 1
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 1

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 31, 1947
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BLTTHBVILLB (AR|L) COUKIER NEJW8 Husbands Arfe Guests Delta Dinner Overblouse Flaunts freedom ^* : *i- T~- . • • ' " V ''' '' - Hmhju,ids of .members ofi't... ' Eslta-Chapter of Beta Sixiua phi were r'hpnpre<J ' WednC'Sday nigl't wiJ,U,.a dinner"party at-the Delia ^ A*bpuquet of spring flowerscen- ?eretlvth6^ table, where club-niem- bers, their, husbans. and Mrs F/aukv J. .Turck, spbiisor, weri seUvfei. •.'•; '..••.'" ->•>'•'».7-i"- -••,«•:• Mrs.-; Leech Hostess Ttt BHdge Club,>Guesis' ; Mrs. J. Ai L;cch was .hostess yesterday to me.T.'bers of Thursday Luncheon Club.., and four pther guests at her home, 1043 West M'ln. Guests were Mrs. F. E. Black, '.Mrs. Baker Wilson. Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich arid 'Mrs. Charles Rose. Luncheon was served nt the dining - room table. - centered with a-bouquet-'of j mixed. fl6wers. : .".• ' Mrs. R. 'F. KirsfincV \von ; hl«h score prize when bridge was played during the afternoon and second high went to Mrs. Bvron Morse. Mrs. jo^rier Hostess l,,.• With Bridge Luncheon Mix^d st)ring v flowcrs'',and tallies with traditional spring.symbols hei'- alde'd the coin)ng,'season yesterday when' Mrs.'F. B. Joyncr was ho's- tess with a bridge luncheon at Hotel Noble to the Thursday Contract Club. Other than members, a guest was Mrs. Chester Caldwell. • In afternoon bridge games, Mrs. Joyner won high, score, .prize, and secoiid was 'awarded Mrs. Rodney Banister. . • .,, x>; ._.. ,.. .: , : Jolly Eight Club Has Weekly,-Party - ' • Mrs. Grover Wren won,' high Score prize in bunco gimcs yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Richard Prlchard entertained members of the Joilv Eight club with a bunco i>arty. "•'•.< •'•;• Second high went lo' Mrs.''5Jc- vllle Blackrhore riml ''Mi's. Zola I Watson was awarded rrako. ^Tlie hostess served a sandwich plate. -,..,-• .,. .- .... •' - '-- «'-:''. .'• .1 • .''•' '• Mrs ; . Rose Hostess To-.Octette Members • - Scout Project Brings Letters From Holland The "friendship hags" Blythe- Ville Girl Scouts sent to Girt .Scouts of Holland In a l'j<a project have started real friendships between the young American r.iic'i Hutch girls. Most of the letters from Dutch Scouts were addressed to Individual girls here :md return addresses .showed . that they <:ame froin all over the Netherlands Many of the letters were wrltc^ii jr. English with others >viiltC!> in Dutch and translated ln:o English benenth or on another pajje. One letter to the Blythtville girls was" from n Dutch Boy Scout who enclosed his plct'."/c. The "friendship bags" included gifts of ribbons, bobby pin.-;, cun'js, sewing materials and • other articles. FKIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1947 Cupid's Arch of Trigmph v •; r ———^———— ~ George E. Belote, for two weeks. I Rosenthal will return tomorrow from St. Louis, where he has been on a business trip. Bfytheville's Baby Headquarters! f ^ ' _ _ .*,».__.- Komtthini; of a record in wedding cakes is the one pictured above with Joseph F. IlustiihK-chi and his bride, the former LueretiA SunMi|j»o posjng beneath it at their reception in Milwaukee Wjs Bits of (slews Overlilouses with hip accent are new sluts of many spring suit ensembles. Left, hip-tlrapi-d overblouse of black ami'.white stripe vrrpe dominates suit combining red wool txilcro anil lilack skirt. ItlKlii, long-torso print'nverblousc tcttrmi with a suit fealurinr boxy brown \voul jacket anil blurk skirl. UY Kl'SIli KINAK1) I NEA Stafr Writer | NEW YORK—(NEA) — Gelling one of the biggest build-ups of 'their' fashion career, hi|>s owe much of the Sprin B fanfare lo the overblouse under the suit. .This is the blouse which the new freedom has turned into an exhibitionist that wears its shlrttnll. outside. Swathed over the top ot the skirt find competing for pi; \ ? with the Jacket, the over-bloxise flnunts Its length, hugs the torso, drapes the hips, and shines : ns the: new star of many suit ensembles. ,, 'Alihtiugh the overblouse makes its bow In fancy monotones and eyeleted white organdy, it cuts most of Us didoes in print, when s. R." C. Rose'was ho'stess yesterday afternoon at 'her home in Hoselarid/ ivii'i j\ dessert bridge to rnenibers'of the 'Octette Club; All fhembefs were present, » : In afternoon games, high score [ prize was won by Mrs. Rose and I second high by Mrs. J. C. Ellis. Phebean S. S. Class Entertained At Party £ Mr. and Mrs. J. w. Slkes and Mrs. Fletcher King entertained the Phebean Sunday School class of First Baptist Church with a "white elephant" party last night .at the Cikes home, 1519 West Ash. J'Mrs. Harvey Chapman, president. Conducted the business session and Mrs. L. A. Daugherty gave the de- Lyotidnal. Mrs. Herman Wall dismissed the 17 members present with prayer. | C Refreshments of a sand« Ich Jlate with coffee were served. [pNB Club Entertained Mrs. Cprdell Frazier was hostess KesterdLy afternoon to members of "ie GNB Club and another guest. --IJES Georgia Lion Barger. | J Miss Barger was awarded high More prize when bunco was played -Bunco prize went to Mrs. Boyce Moore and low to Mrs. Byron 'Nail. I 5 The hostess served refreshments Qt pie and coffee. H puts On a show of bold stripes and Dnlicsque motifs, design's arc skillfully color-ensembied with (he suit, " . , One example Is n black and striped overblouse of crepe, side- slaiUcd over 'hips and sash-lied for the build-up. This is the on- »cmblliig link between a calypsti red wool bolern and :i black skirt, h headllncr suit for spring designed i;y Anna Miller. Designer Adi'lc Simpson shows a like Intent for cnscinbllng tl long- to'iso oVerbtouse or white crepe, abstract Vlittccl in b'.ack and brown. One color block of the print repeats the brown wool of a boxy jacket, the other the black ot the Wflolen.skirt of the -suit, ensemble. iVlrs. Isaacs Guesl At Mid-Week Luncheon Mrs. (M. A. Isaacs played bridge with members of the Mld-Week Bridge Club yesterday when Mrs. B. A. Lyn;h entertained the group with a luncheon at her home. 1115 West Main. Decorations of hearts and valentine figures carried mil the St. Valentine's Day motif. Mrs. Harry 'Hnines won high score prize in afternoon games and second high was awarded Mrs. M. O. Usrn'y. , ' * * -" • Pupils to Participate fn Hew Music Contest Hlytheville dementary school pupils will participate in a new radio ccntcst sponsored by Memphis Junior League which is lo begin Saturday morning, it was announced today. During the past 18 months, Hly- thcvillc students have carried awny top honors in the "Books Bring Adventure" contest. also EForisored by tht "League. The new contest will be in music instead of reading. Mrs. Douglas Sprunt of Memphis, chairman of the program, announced plans for the music contest, pointing out that it would cover 1C counties. 'Hie program will ,be broadcast over radio station WMC. Calvary Church Group Attend Youth Rally., •Among the~B]ythcvillc"people in Joncsboro Wednesday night for the District Vdtith Rally were 22 representing Calvary Baptist" Church. Miss Betty Defocr. Miss Gcoree- ann Stilwell. Miss Peggy VanWiil- kle. Miss Marjoile Robertson, Miss Sunshine Anderson, Miss 1/oln Thompson, opal Mt'Dei-molt, Charles McDaniel. 'Lottie Pearl Stilwell Jack Kites. Bub Estes,' 'Louise ^iillivan. J.-rry Joe Lswis and Marjorie Ca- Kle represented the Ch'ureh Youth tiepurlmcnl. They were accompanied by the Rev. and Mrs. H H Blcvlns, Mr. 'an:! Mrs. George Htil- well. Mr. ami Mrs. Allen VanWlnkle and Mr. and Mrs. Wiltard Douu-l < The Rev. Raymond Kruf.z of j Terrell is visiting hl s parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Krfttz.' ami family." I C. A. Cunningham IK ili at his . home. 905 West Hnarn. Condition of Mrs. ,\l|.-'a Ru'ch- 'ing, who has been ill, l.s nr.ich improved. I Mrs. J. w. Shimi of Jasper. Ark., hns arrived to spend two or three weeks, wlth | her parents, j Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wnlpule. and sister. Mrs. Poy Etehicso:i, 'and family. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Litlle return- d hoinc yesterday after spending six-week motor tour in the West. They 'spiiil two Nveeks in 'LOS An- cles nnd later went to Litchficld '.itk. near Phoenix. An'?.. for two ecks, 'Mrs. A. L. Sanders ot Russell-', ille, a Blylhevillo resident for lany years ago, i s nndcrpolhg realinenl at Memphis/Baptist Hos- ilal. where she undenvcnt a ma- 3r operation Monday. 'Mrs.' Jack Wilson left yesterday or cbnway, wliere she was called Read Courier News Want Ads. Son Is Named The son born to Mr. iiul Mrs. Floyd p. House Jan. 10 been named. Jerry Wayne.. He is tin h first child. Mrs. FIousc Is the former Miss M.iurinc MarcMianks daughter cf Mr. and -Mrs. M. n' Mari'libanks. Former Resident Has Son Mr. and Mrs. K- C. Quackenbush of Norfolk, Va., arc parents of son born yesterday morning. He is their first child. 'Mrs. GjuacKcii- bush is the former Miss Kathi'rine Poscy of iBlythcvllic. daughter Mr. and Mrs. L. C. posey. LAKE FRESH CRAPPIE IF YOU'VE NEVER LIKED FISH - . . YOU'LL ENJOY THIS TREAT! "Better than ever, each bite nn Invitation to take another. . ." That's the way you'll tee) about our super fresh Crapple! Each luscious taste of golden-fried Crappic lingers In your mouth until the next . . . and then, well, you'll have to try it to sec what we mean' There's a table wailing for you,so cornc on up to Dixieland. THIS WEEKEND IS A GOOD TIME TO EAT AT— SIZZLING HOT! 0-M-M DIXIELAND CAP Highway 61 North at Holland, Missouri At The Hospitals islythevllle l!nspl(;il Adinillert: No::na Jcaj; Dixson, city. Ji-nny Kchols, city. Janir.s l-;d\v:ird Rean. Armcre!. CDartes Grover Guthrie. Monetle. 'Mis. J. W. Wright, city. Kvllrtii Mirrie Lucius, ^ity. F.uinin, city. Dismissed: Gerald Dean Alley, city. •Mrs. Luther Gray, city. '.\frs. Lawrence Hasspll. city. Walls IloMlHal Disjni.i'icd: Jeanjir-tte Buic. fJaruthersvillc, Mo. L?o]ia Arnold, city. Mrs. 'Walter Kennedy, Steele, Mo. Mrs. ,1. C. Gallagher, Dell. Charline Wright, city. Mrs. Habert L. Gibson and baby, city. Andre*' Jenkins, Holland. Mo. Wiillcr H. Giles, llayti. Mo. AI-Mininis Mttlinillst Hospital AclinitU'd: . Mrs. D. F. I'aylor. O.sceola. Memphis l!:ipllsl Hospital Atijnitti-d: n. F. Taylor. Osceola. Ijccuuse of the illness of her tnoth- e'r. Mrs. J. M. Tanner and son. Jimmy, of Vienna, ah., are the Ritesis of her mother-in-law. Mrs. W." B. Tanner. Mrs. Tanner and son are here awaiting the arrival of her uisband, Lieutenant Tanner, : who tas landed on the West Coast upon his return from China, where he has been on 'duly-. He Is expected to arrive here 'within a few days. Miss Vera Elizabeth Goodrich. Miss Lynn Jackson. Miss .Dorothy Jean Higginson ami Miss Jettye Clnir Huffman spent today In Memphis. • Mr. ; and Mrs. A. L. Beeimn of Olarkstlale, Miss., are trie gu'esls Of their daughter, Mrs! Joe Shanks, and family, for several days. Eddie Belntn Jr.. and his sister, Knthy May, so,i and daughter n,' Mr. anil Mrs. Ed Belole.' w;il return home Saturday from Memphis, where they have 'been Ihe Biiesls of Iheh- grandmother, jvi-s- { Complete Beauty Service from hcail to 'foot. 1 The Revloh Line inilud'r.g the new "CKHTAINI.Y RED" -A.IJWKEA DtlVAI.— DKKMETICS Suave fii r m >.n ariu women , THE BEAUTY BAR GLEVCOK H'OTKI. riioric 3202 Tot Shop Select Pai'ty Gifts GIFT SHOP We feature Congress Playing Cards, Tallies, Score Pads, Place Cards GIFTS BKCIIN' AT 50c We ttift Wrap FltKK 103 !•:. Main SI. WA*OS NEW S>^W ^•^ \, ?, , 'OtUZ JJ><«^»*»e*t- CATALOG If you haven't seen onr'neN* Catalog yet, ask for a Library rapy'today—you may Keep it two weeks (anil of course this service is-/ree)t You'll have lime and'en- ergy to spore when you shop the easy Catalog way I Just make 8 list of everything you need; phone us and -we'll handle all the details for you I Continuous Shn\vs Every Day Hox Office Opens 1 :-15 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCX 8:00 a.m. I^;.|5 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Last Time Todar NOTORIOUS \vlth Cary Oanl ami ll'.srid 'Bergman eclrd Shun ^uh|4>r:tN _ Continuous Slioivins Everyday THE ISFACfSON Is In the With Out TTER 8-Hour Servite Yours for the Asking Alterations - Dye Work - Tailoring - Hat Cleaning HUDSON CLEANER CLOTHIER TAILOR 320 West Main St. Blythevilli, Ark Phone 2612 Serial "Hop llum^an" Xo. r unit Shorl ; Cont'd Slinws Sat. 12:.tO-ll:^0 v Hud A'o.i The Stranger with Kdvarcl G. I(ol>i[i>,nn anil Loretta Vouhc; Paramount Ne^vs Also Shorts Continuous Showing Snn. !:15 to 11 'Boi Office Opens 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00: Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Might Every Night Except Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at the Hosy. I-ast Time Today They Were Sisters with Phyllis Culvert «»tl .!;imes Mason Brewster's Millions j with Drums O'Kccfc and Korhcstcr Saturday AI.I..,.,.ST.JOHN "Sr.irkl Horseman" Xo. 12 and Short Conl'd Slums Sat. 12:30-11:30 Sunday and Monday Thousand and One Nights with Cornel Wilde and Evelyn Kcj'cs Fox New* and Selected Short Cont'd. Shows Sun. 1:15-11:00

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