The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 5, 1947 · Page 4
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ASK.) COUBDEB MEWS JEvelyri Ashley to Wed ;William IVfyroh Banister Will Be Married Mr. and "-Mrs. Grover o. Ashley Announce the engagement and ap- gioachlng marriage of their daugh- 'ter, "Miss 'Evelyn Merle "Ashley, to Williani Myron Banister, of Bly- Iheyille and Osceola, son of .Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ml'Banister of Osceola. Date and plans for the wed- dlng'ifill be; announced later. MiW'ABlileV' was graduated from Blytheville High School, where -she participated In student activities. She no* Is connected with Blytheville Courier News. Mr. '* Banister was graduated tfrpm Osceola High School and sffWd' in the Army for three and a half years, of v.hich two years were spent .P v c r ? ea P- He ' s employed at.-Hucidlesion and Company here. f Bride-eletjt Complimented ; By Mv..',::iyirs. Wallace Hoke *' Miss Virginia Martin, who will 1 become the bride.of Leonard Tho- nns^ Oldljarn Saturday, was complimented last night by Mr. and • Mrs: Wallace Hoke when they en- leffjiined' with >a dinner par;y at their home. 111 South nth. Other affairs given this week ccjrhplimonting the bride-elect were aiiylnformnl afternoon party Sunday- when Miss Frances McHaney was hostess ana a party Sunday night given by Mrs. Robert Porlcr. Itfnal social events to be given In Miss Martin's honor before the \\epoing ceremony will be parties tonight when Mrs. Jesse Taylor is hostess nnd tomorrow night when Mrs. G. E. Keck entertains, and <\ lerjeorsa: supper Friday night when Mrs. Sterling price Martin, mother of the bride-elect, Mrs. Mary Cath- crlpe Nelson, her sister, and Miss June Gosnell, her cousin, are host- ' esses at the Martin home, 800 West Main. "She 24 guests present last night at >the Hokes' dinner party were serted buffet style from the dining ioo;n table. Becoratlons were in pink and j blue with' a crystal bowl of tulips j an4 snapdragons centering the ta- ulej Burning blue candles also car-- r cy1 out the color scheme. in evening bridal games, prizes vqye awarded to' Miss Jane Bran- sori and Charles Btttner. iliss MarMn and her brleleEroom- elejt were presented a gift of a lable lamp by the host and hos- tosji. I .«...• B^ide-elect Is Guest; "> i Af Bridge Club-Pwiy- WES Mary Reicliej; : .'who will bfi- conie the bride of. E. M. Terry March 15, was an': honored guest last night when Mrs. Melvln Hals3ll entertained with a bridge party. Guests included, members ol La Nejive Bridge 1 .glub.apd Mrs. Newton Whitis, Mrs; James Guard, Mrs. --iUgh Whitsltt.^Mrs. Russell Haynes. Farr, _Mrs.:j Ben Mac White, Mrs. William Norton and Mrs. Betty •Phillips. *• •./•',*?.:•.- ;-••:•• • •--: 'Arrangements ;qf carnations and rpsies with decoratigns'cRrrying out a Et. Patrlck'siDa'yithpme :formi;d . a. 'setting for -.thy group. Bridge ' Sallies in green ind'white and re- fre^hments of white cakes gre-in shamrock designs-.and white ice cream also carried out Hie March holiday motif. The hcstcss'.. presented Miss Iteichel a gift and' other gifts wcrs prgsented to Miss Mary -Adah Robinson, who won "high 'score prize among club members in bridge games, Mrs. John Thomas, win wq$i second high;; and Mrs. Norton, winner of guest high prize. Mrs. Evans Elected YWFMS Study Chairman %s. Willard Evans was elected to succeed Mrs. P. W. Nash as studv chalrman of the Young Woman's Fofpign Missionary Society of First Na^arene Church at a meeting Mon| day, night at the home ol Mrs Herbert G a lues. i^paning prayer v/as led by Mrs Raj White, who also gave the devotional. Mrs. Melba Cobb led lh" closing prayer. There were nine members, two visitors, Mrs. John Oann and Mrs Herbert Gaincs, and two new rnem- berj, Miss Gloria Jnrrelt and Miss Gertrude Jeffries, present. The hostess served refreshments. Bits of News Protege Miss Evelyn Ashley, whose enaaeement to William Myron Banlster is announced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grover G. Aslilcy. Mrs. Russell H. Fan- Elected Tri-Delta Head Mrs. Russell Hayncs Fnrr was elected president or the Delta Delta Sorority at a meeting last night in the home of Mrs: Farrls McCalla. Other officers'elected were Miss Nnncy Ann Hughes, vice president; Mrs. Herinon Carlton, secretary, and Mrs. Robert Porter, treasurer. The hostess served refreshments. Mrs. R. B. Stout will be hostess to the .group at the next meeting, to be held the first week In April. Club Eight Guests OfMrs.G.O.Poetz All members of cub Eight were present yesterday afternoon when Mrs. G. 'o. Poctx entertained the group with a party at her home, 1214 Chickasawba. '''In bridge games, high score prize went to Mi's. Charles Langslon and second high lo Mrs. Jesse M. White, The hostess served refreshments of "n snndwlch ' plnte with cold drinks. Mrs. Caudill Hostess ' To Bridge Club, Guest Mrs. Garrnrd Caudill entertained members of Trl-Town Brluge i lub and another guest, Mrs. John ' d clouse, with a n'sirtv yesterday . afternoon. Bouquets of jonquils w erc arranged in entertaining rooms. In games. Mrs. James Terry won high score prize nnd second high went to Mrs. Newton Whitis! The unusually attractive refresh- ' incut trays included horsd'ocuvrcs and other parly foods arranged on wooden serving plates. Mrs. Crcer Hostess To Episcopal Auxiliary Mrs. Frank Orecr was hostess yesterday afternoon to members of St. Stephen's "Jpioi jpal Auxiliary. Following Auxiliary prayer for ihc group, Mrs. Jo'lm p. Fields discussed "The ChnrrtiV: Moral Law." Mrs. A. O. sWov closed the session with prayer. Mrs. Banister Guest At Bridge Club Parly Mis. Rodney Banister played .bridge yesterday afternoon with 1 members of Tuesday Bridge Club when Mrs. Doyla Henderson entertained the group at her home, 1001 West Ash. Spring Mowers, accented with Jonquils, decorated the home. In afternoon, R.nncs, high score prize was awarded lo M»s. L. E. Old and second high went lo Mrs. Riley B. Jones. The hostess served n salad plate. • • • Mr., Mrs. Hall Observe .3 I st Wedding Anniversary Mr. nnd Mrs. B. c. Hall observed their Ulst wedding' anniversary Sunday with a dinner at their home on Margaret • Street: -.,.Guests present for the affair included relatives from Memphis. • * * Eastern Star Meet Held OSCEOLA. Mar. 5 — A regular meeting, of the Order of the Eastern Star uns hold last night with Mrs. Ruth Ragsdale presiding n s Worthy Matron and Jake ThrelK- eld as Worthy Patron. During-the 'For the Good of the Order" period, Mrs. Mona Moora presented a brief talk on Ihe activities of Ihe Osceoln chapter of Eastern star, Grand Chapter in Little Rock and General Grand Chapter in Washington. D. C. She pointed out that the Oscoola division now has 17ii members, Ihe largest In its history. Meetings There will be a stated in Masonic Lodge Thursday a 1 o'clock, for work in the Decree, by order of Max Pa shipful nnisler. BlyUiiynllc Chapter in Arch Masons meeting lo Ihe hnll, 7:30 o'clock. X!; tcr and Past Master .'lr?n of E. R. Jackson, high pr Condition of Lloyd V. Wise,' who recently underwent n major operation at St. Joseph Hosplta, Memphis, is much improved nnd It is expected that he, can be removed lo his home here the latter part of this week. Mrs. Wise Is in Memphis with him. • Mrs. Josephine Fisher, who lus been tiulte ill. Is now recuperating at the home of her daughter, MIS. Wade Qulnn, In Osceola. 4 Mr. and Mrs. John Dcen have returned to their home In Lake Providence, La., after a short visit here with his parents, .Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Dcen. 'They attended business in Memphis and West' Memphis eu routo. ;';' Mr. and Mrs. L. S:;. Ben I si i of. St. Louis, who made Ih'elr home ncj-u many years, were in Blytheviira y'clf- lerday on business and visiting friends. Mrs. Benlsh w«s the liouse- gucst of Mrs. R. c. Allen. "'.•• Mrs. T. W. Ncal has returned- from Daytona Beach ut Tampa, Pla. she was accompanied by | her Parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Faust lit Milan, Tenn., and her sister, Mrs. Milton parish, and son, Joe Ross. Allen Rushing, who has been ill at his home the past two wefXs. has been removed to Blytheville Hospital for treatment. Hisico'i- dltion today w as slightly Improved. Mrs. Theodore Logan has been moved to her home here, frofn Baptist Hospital in Memphis, where she underwent an operation some time ago., she- Is. greasy linpkved.- Mrs. w. f. Denlon Is visiting friends In Hattiesburg and Jackson, Miss., on the Gulf. Coast and in Mobile. Ala. ' ' Mrs. B. F. Gay has relurnnd home from Florltr.i. wl;-;>c she Spent her Winter vacation and was the guest of her son, B. r. Gay Jr., and family, in St. Petersburg. Coming Events THURSDAY Mrs. R. C. Rose hostess to Oqtcttc Club. • Mrs. M. O. Usrey hostess to ^.lid- Week Club. Mrs. Rodney Banister entertaining Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. Louis Zeller hostess to'GNB Club. } FRIDAY •'•: Alpha Delta Chapter of Mora E. Uankc. clnriu'.v'.llc,Texas, uii;h Sclioo! senior, has been awarded u tuitional scholarship to Nath Texas Stale College, D?n- Ion, by (ho Trojans, social fraternity at NTSC. As a result of the award, Miss jjanke will receive liillion and lodging for Hie cnlire four-year term at Uu collf;;o. (NBA I'llOlO.) At The Hospitals eeling of fternoon. Master's rks, wor- Royal night at rk Mases, order icst. SICK WATCH?| HAVE IT FIXED by EXPERTS Watch and Jewelry re- fjj;...P*in by men who know (.4 how .'..at low cost to you. 4.f2*tL WORK .GUARANTEED :tii!iKdlate DeUver]' on All Work GUARD'S IlljYTIIUVILLK Admitted: Allen H u.shi ng, city. .lames Hamilton, city. Dismissed : Mrs. Allen Hooil, city, Mrs. Ix>uis Lester, (Juuler, Mis. J. M. Aycock, city. WAfJ.S IU)SriTAJ. Mo. Miss Mary Van Snecel, city. Donnio I''LsHer, ciLy. WynuUn SLanfickl, Osccohi. Li. 11. Ferguson, city. HAl'TLST UOyi'ITAl,, S Mrs. W. B. Edriugluii, Osccola. - Mrs. T, I.x>gan, Blylhcvllle. Qsceola News Mrs. Pearl Con way ha.s bren rcmovcHi lo her honii: from the K;U>tist Hospital 111 Munphis, win 1 IP she unclerweut :in operation. Her coiulitioii is imprqwecl. Miss Helen Parr-on, eighth tirade | teacher and H. !C. naugiicrty. hand | instructor, arc ill witli influenza. We the Women M \ Slitf Writer When 1 k r el a letter from some- tody it makes me want- to be with five-year-old alter him. ma Phi Sorority meeting nt'i She clubroom. -^ Chapter N, P. E. O. Sisterhpoa, meeting with Mrs. Farmer England lor election of officers. ; i Mrs. Lendcnnle Fowler entertaining CBC Club. S. SATURDAY ' Mrs. Erwin Jones hostess nt her home, 2036 Chickasawba. to Amen can Association of University Worn en, 3 p.m. . Parents of Daughter Mr. and Mrs. W. R. King are Ihe parents of a daughter born Sunday at their home, 401 Kentucky St.' The child, llieir firsl, has been named Judy Ann. Mrs. King is the former Miss Joy Biuighmnn of Dell. Tuiiictt letter written to h e r read t'hrough lor the second time. Now t h c r as -simple a deft tuition of a good letter as you'll ever -find. And yet how many gr° B '»-''PS don't understtiiid that that I* what personal letter is supposcu to do. mnke the one \vho receives it wish that he could be with tho person v.'ho wrote it? "And .so they put the wrong part, "of themsel e nnd of their doiiu;s into 'iheir letters. ' 1 ae re ount every ijliifss that has occuired In the family since Ihe last letter, instead of telling ;only the part that needs to be told. : lliey eiumit-rate tlieir troubles. They talk about their fears and worries. ••, t In short, they write the kind ol jctters that make those who receive them fed vaguely troubled fTO OTME BACK T0^— d y HOME^' * Vr-^ \/AI D cr 3 AT fl __ ^/nc.c THE vA' fJ- ° MANY NEW PATTERNS! Fadeproof Wallpaper 05 Wo, Ix;l llin sunsliiiic briglilcu your liome! \Vanls lop-quality Failcproof Wallpaper slays fresh-looking, longed BETTER WAUPAPER FOR LESS ... AT V/ARDS \ High-Salaried Clark Gable Sees Himself Headed tor Relief Home WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 19-17 KY PATRICIA CLARY United Tress Staff C'orrespomlcnU HOLLYWOOD. Mnich 5. IUPJ — Clark Gable, who gels a six-figure alary as a movie heart-breaker, Ilsslosed today thai it was a lucky ear when he cleared more limn 10CO for himself. He said he hadn't made that, nuch in the lust five years. "With everything going up -taxes, xpcnscs r.mi n,y ajjc—I don't ex- wet to make that niu:li again," 10 said. G;:!>!e is still referred' lo as lilt! 'king" on Hie Metro-Goldwyn- Vtp.ycr lot, where his pictures have rossed $G3,0:0,COD. He undcrslaiuls le's paid StijOOO a week for his I econd post-war picture, "Tile luckstcrs." But he Isn't keeping; "A single man pays out. almost 10 pc.- ccnl of it for taxus right >f tlie bat," he explained. "My igeut gets 10 i>3r cent. My business manager gets 2.1-2 p;r cent. I have 0 pay for a housekeeper and a ccrctary." , He Ilgurcci it out on tlie fca:K 'f his script and came out minus. "That's wny I have to pay a ousiness manager," he grinned. G::blc wanted to make it cle.iv ,hat he wasn't coniplnlning. "I know I'm still a lucky s;ny," ic said. "But people have the vrong k'ei>. i'.bout movie saalnes. 1 hey think anybody who works in 'lailywood is rollini,. in donwii. "That used ;r> be .true. The c-lct- limc stars n>nde their money bo- ore taxes were high and some ol .hem—like Mary Pu-kford an.-l Jharlic Chaplin and- Harold Lloyd — huns on to it. That kind ot Money just isn't around any more.' When "The Hucksters" winds up In three weeks, • Gable said he would get out of Hollywood as fast is he could for fishing and uolt ill iNDrlhcrn 'Michigan ami Cana- ia. He planned to be Bone at least lour months until work stars on Ills next picture. The 40-year-old- star said frankly thai he didn't know how many more pictures there would be after that. "One thousand dollars a year isn't an awful lo'; to save up to retire on," he said, "I don't know what I'm going to do. "They've got n mighly nice place out ul tlie motion picture reliei home i'or old actors. I've been con- Iribu'.ing to'it regularly. You never can tell." and hcnvy-licm-cccl. 'PUT LETTKII ASIDE Not that anyone wants to re- receive letters of faked chccrlul- ness from a friend or relative. But it isn't fake cheerfulness to make letter sound as happy ;is possible by a careful editing of what goes in it. Next time you write n letter. put it aside for a few hours or a Jay. Then read it over and ask yourself this question: "Will this letter make the one io whom 1 •vm writinK wish he could be with me?" If the answer is "No," tear it up, and start over. British Troops May Be Moved Out of Greece l.CNUON, March 5. (UP)--Bri- Ir.in intends tc withdraw its lories Ircm Greece "us socn as practicable!" despite Anglo-American discussions on futui'o aid for that ;'cunlry, the House of Commons was told today. Christopher Mayhcw, foreign un- rti:rsei-ret:ir.v told Coinmoiia that Britain-initiated the talks with tlie United States because UNDRA assistance to Circecc w.is about to end and Britain's own commitments for financial assistance would tciininato March 31. Mayhcw spolee :or the government in the absence of Foreign Secretary Ernest Bavin, who is on ni.s way to Moscow for the Bis Four Conference. "It is evident thai Greece will cioniimie to need assistance in t'u-i-tinii her minimum foreign exchange requirements lifter that IIKIC," Mayhcw said. "I am not in !.,'joition to give any further information on these discussions while they are proceeding." Shipment of Bassinettes Just in $5.95 THE TOT SHOP j 105 S. 2nd. Phone 2308 NEW TYPEWRITERS We are now taking order's for Hoyal Typewriters for delivery anywhere hi Mississippi County. Cull or write .us. SAMUEL F. NORRIS Diluting—Office Suiipllca I'i'i North Second TURKISH J BATHS '* Warm, Invlgoratm;; and really a wonder worker, that's what you'll say about these wonderful turk- ish Ijaths at Artie's Ileauty Hliop. You will fed better Instantly and lose puundnyc so easily and so fust—you'll bo amazed as will your friends! It's a lurkisli kill) ul Artie's for leal results! 'ARTIE'S BEAUTY SHOP a 13 Nu. Sct'orul Con(unions Shows Kvery Uny Kox Office Opens 1 :<!5 ( i Show Stiirls 2:00 F LISTEN' TO KI.CN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. .1:30 p.m. Ij<isl Time Today Of Human ondae This Ad & .$2 is Good for 6 Postcards ancll-SxJ'VNofb' 320 So. Lake St. Open 9 a.m.—9 p.m. OFFER EXPFRES AI'RII, 5 witll 1'iiul [tciircid A- Klcanor Tarkc Selected Short Subjects Continuous Showing Evcrjday Tluirsday and Friday RCGSRS (OCD'S PIEP.3E AUMONI ADOLPHt MENJOJ * p'j'^' BASIL RAHIBONE -TTT^ —' . s Cocptr • Mikha'J Rciumn r - fci,avj Mo u;do Car-jieUi • Henry Slcphenioo ed ti/ R^beiF or>4 RayfTord HaVim h, Sam Weed • *d., r «*» t, jt^i. F , J itHM 9\ /IKrfvg.g;,^ Jc, ,, t %'»-.«>,. A. E C Paramount N T c\ia Also SliurLs Conliniious Showily Everyday Iguana Lizard "Grey" $15 Tax Included Box Office Oiiens at G:30 Oppns Sunday 1:00; Slarts l:ir> Continuous iilioivs Sal. and Sun. Hargain N'ighl Kvcry Night Jixccpt Sulurday. N'o passes honored nn Sunday at Ihc !to.\y. Last Time Today DOliliU; I'KATIIKK diigrmy ( Scandalous wilh Shcihi Kyati siiul l-'rcd Ur Wonted for uilh I'iric 1'iirhrun :iiul Dulrk: <lr.iv Thursday iind I'ridii; I)OUI!I,K I-'KATUKK ^ VIVIAN BLAINE DENNIS O'KEEFE PCRRY COMO CARMEN MI RANDAi A 2Olh CENTURY-FOX PICTURE «&<&

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