The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 13, 1947 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 13, 1947
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FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Mrs. Little Speaker At D. A. R. Meeting Mrs. A. G.. Little-discussed "Noted ughters ol Arkansas" at a mect- ng of charlevoix Chapter of Hid Daughters of the American Revo- ut:on Tuesday with Mrs. CJco ^angslon and Mrs. Cecil Wroten. .-In her talk, Mrs. Little lold the 14, members present timt two of icse "noted daughters" were relates of Blytheville people. Mrs. Bizi Berlrand Cunningham, first nifm resident of Little Rock, was .' A. Cunningham's great grand- iiother. Mrs. Jennie Deloney Mey- ej-wi'z 1'ileri palmer, is an mint of Mrs. Bill Morse, tlie Jormer Miss lyre I>!oney. ,:Mrs. Little also mndc a report on :he annual state convention held recently .in El .Dorado. She reprc- the Blythcvillo chapter of jyM'-s. Pi.B. Jayner. reilrine regent, 3Jrcufsed;.-lho work, for the year and presided at the 1 business meeting- .••:•.':. ; d with Supper hx R?d Pauper Ciu'o of Blylho- Vjlle HJ7H Sphool hcvorecl .nicni- aers of me bnys'-ftnd girls' basket- bill toniiis Tuesday night with a Steak surfer at the Rustic Inn. sT.'-c 70 numbers and guests attending included several school of- fltisls. " gJulip. Ann WooSson. president, foyi' a brief \veicome speech, ^Forming a setting for .the group were prraneements of Spring flowers nrd the club's colors of red ahd white- woven in crop™ pjp.;r across tlie ceiling. '^Following the supper, they went to the Echool for a moving picture. 3!ub is Entertained With Bridge Luncheon bouquet of jonquils, stock and Dutch Irises centered the luncheon table where members of the Wednesday .. Bridge club and other ucsts were served yesterday when Wrs. Charles Rose entertained at her home in Roscland.' •Quests.;, included M rs . 'Chester Cnlctwell, Mrs. -w. D. Chamblin and Mrs. w. L..porner.'v In bridge, games, Mrs. Baker Wilson v won high score prize nnd Mis. Harry Kirby, second high. Mrs. Estes Elected Sudbury PTA Head Male Fashion Jury Approves »u.c« iiua «jic ursi oj inc evening fio\vn.« were uo^gy IJarinUihael, ls<il: Orr. Vaughn Monroe. Keenan Wynn, Jean Sablim, Lou nlcCallhter, and I'etpr Dmmlrf. Bits of News Mrs. Tim Stcs was again''elect- ed to serve as president ot Sudbury Parent-Teacher Association at a meeting yesterday at the ci;col. Other officers u>' be installed at the May meeting are: Mrs. Cc:il Wroten, vice; Mrs. Maurice Webb, trcaauicr; Mis. Ocorgc M.'Stilwell, secretary, and Mrs. Tor. TLutz. historian. Guest speaker yesterday was Jom:s Roy, who gave the 1 suidy course. After the devotional, given by Mrr. L. g. Hartzcg, program chairman, the president's message was read by Miss Florence Moore. It was voted to ha^e the ar.- rii:al Father's Night April 9 »t the school. In the room count, Mrs. Oeorgo \ Tr: 9S's third grade won one prize ond Miss Moore's fourth grade and Mrs. P. F. Fry's fifth grade tied fcr the other. ' • • • Fn-Town Club Guests Of Mrs. Dale Briggs M:s. .Dale Briggs was hostess y=3terc7iy afternon at home, 1316 'Holly, to members of Trl-Town •Bridge Clu'o and two other guests, Mrs. James R. Roy and Mrs.' William Norton. .In games, high prize went to Mrs. Gairard Caudill and second tfi Mrs. Roy. • An arrangement of African vio- leu centered the table from which a dessert course was served. Mrs. Rose Entertains Bridge Club, Guests Mrs. R. c. Rose was hostess at her home at Roscland yesterday afternoon lo members of Town and Country Bridge club and oilier guests. Other Uinn club members,, gucsls were Mrs. Frank B. Levy of Houston, Texas, houseguest of her sister. Mrs. Cornelius Mod'lnger, Mrs. Loy Welch un ( | Mrs. S[lwln Robinson. The homo was decorated w lth arrangements of Jonnulls. In bridge games, Mrs. Clco Lr.ngston won high score prize and Mrs. Et'«'ln Robinson, second. Parents of Daughter Air. nnd Mrs. LaR'son Douglas arn parents of a son born this I'.'.c.mlng, 8:40 o'clock, at Walls Hospital. Their first child, she has been named Nancy Ann. WSCS to Serve "'• Supper Tomorrow Night The Woman's Society of Christian Service of Dell' Methodist Church will 5 crve a chicken supper tomorrow night, B o'clock, at thc Community Club house. Plans for the supper were made at a meeting of the organization M = iulay afternoon at the home of •Mrs. R. A. Grccmvny. Mrs. J. R. Gill gave the devotional and 1 Mrs. C. C. Burton, thc regular study, "The c.iristlan and Race." Tiie hostess served a dessert plate to the nine meir.bsrs present. Oscoo/o Supper Club Has Dinner Meeting I OSCEOLA, Ark., March 13— The ] Osceola supper Club had their rcg- u'ar dinner at Cramer's Cafe Tuesday night, after which the guests assembled at the home of Mrs. Harry Driver for bridge games. High score was won by Mrs. J. L. Ward, second by Mrs. Spencer Driver and consolation by Mrs. J. H. Hook. Mrs. R. C. Bryan, Mrs. Hetty Nell Starr, Mrs. Mary Clay Hughcy antf Miss Emily Mason uere BuesLs at the affair. Osceola Group Host to State G. A. R. Meeting ' OSCEOLA. March 13.—A S !/,i c meeting of the Nallonol Socielv Children of the American Revolution of Arkansas, will be held tomorrow al Ihe home of Mrs E S Shlppcn on Semmes Avenue fol- lon'iug n liiiiclieon. About -10 mcri- bcrs and guests lire expected to be present. The William litacll Socinv Is host. ' i The meeting will he presided over! by Miss ficllyc Jane !!«>/*.<;, junlo;- state president, who will come from Knoxvllle. Tcnn.. where she Is attending Ihe University of Tennessee. Olh-r out of town visilors will be Mrs. Lillian Jones Porter senor president of Texarkana Society: Miss Cornell Hnlman. Junior pre-iidenf: and Mrs. Tliad A Ur V ant, .senior slate chaplain, all "of rexarkniia. The meeting hus b-cn arranged by Mrs.' C...A. Davis, ^,,. or slats prsldcnt. and the luncheon has been planned by Mrs R M Fletcher. Following Ihe business session Mrs. John w. EdrlnRton. national' vice chairman, will K ive a talk on Hie Valley Forge Memorial Tower stale project for Ihc year; a poem' Saga of the Shawnees." composod by Mrs. Joscplilne Oridcr Jacobs will bo g'lven by Lnlou Driver; and Mrs. T. J. Deuprcc of Memphis will 'Jive a talk and show her shell ccl- Icctlon. Miss Ann Decn, student nt lien- (IrJx College, Arkiulclphln. will spend th c weekend at home. Mr. anil Mrs. K. B. Woodson arid daughter, Miss Julia Ann Woodson, will go this weekend to Bristol. Va.. to visit (mother daughter. Miss nelly Frances Woodson, student at. Vlri;lnia-IntermoiH College, Mrs. P. E. Black and Mrs. W. J. Pollard, accompanied hy Roy Hav- lier of Cnrnthersvillc, will leave Monday for Lynchbiirg, Va., New York Clt v and Washington, D, C. They will be joined In Lynchburg hy Mrs. Uliick's daughter. Miss llet- ly Black, who is a student nl Ran- dolph-Mnron there. Mr. and Mrs, w. .1. Wunderllch lire vacationing In Washington, D. C". They were accompanied hy Mrs. Wundcrllch's sister, Miss Eva Cooke of Luxora. Mrs. Frank j.-n'y of Houston, Texas, will return :<jinorrow 10 her home after a visit of three -Ji'"nk>j here us guest, of her sister, Mrs. Cornelius Modi've--. ,md fam Iv. .She will \IP accoir)>:mlcd to IIou.i- ton by her mother, Mrs. Jos^>h Hodgson, who wll! make an exte'id- r<l visit there wilh Mrs. Levy inrt .mother tinner''!;.-! . Mrs. Robert Mc- yrdlc, and' 1 ;.. she then nlris .0 visit w"li rclaUvcs :n New Or- icins before returning home in linearly Summer. Mrs. Eddie c. shclton has been 111 the past 10 days with influenza at her home at 120 Dougnn. Her condition | g improved. Mrs. Mnyme Tntum of Steelc, Mo., spent yesterday In Blytheville visiting friends. Mrs. John Pmoihcrmnn IIFISJ rc- lurned from Hlckman, Ky., where slid visited seven weeks with l>jr s'slcrs. Mrs. I!, R. Choate and Miss Lvda Moore, and her brother, Rube .Moore. Miss Boa Moore i s visiting her Flslor, Mrs. John Edwards and family In Balesviilc. Oiil-ot-lown guests here for the wedding Saturday of Miss- Mary Virginia Heichel lo E. M. Terry Include Mrs Franklin Cliouinard of Milwaukee, Wise., Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Kueslcr and two children ot Marion, Ind., Miss .Jennie V. Sharp of Brinklf.y and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Curtis ol .pAycllcvilln. Mr. nnri Mrs. Curtis, who will -be guest.; of her- uarcnts, Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles ftose, wore accompanied by Ensign and Mrs. Donald Nclsch. who alsD will b = thc Roses' guests. Mrs. E. M. McClure of O.ik Park. III., will be the guest several days of Urs. E. R. I/incasIitre, and family. She accompanied Mrs. Lancashire, who liaci been visiting her ! b:>ck to Blytheville. j Miss Patricia Wise is ill with a .severe cold. Miss Elise Moore is ill at li.'r, licmc at 70fl Walnut. . ' We the Women IIV UUTH IMU.I.Ii'lT NUA Staff Writer Got lltis; married is a fairly slm- i>> buslnrsa—Ironi a legal stand- Point actinic, unmarried Is much more complicated. Just, i ]iles don't rcallx.e j until they are iil- j rcudy In the (11- j vo r c e courts lighting over such probicms as property settle- in e n t, n 1 Imony, custooy ami support of children. N o w comes a much needed book for the couples who are "talking divorce." Jacques Baral and Louise sloane call their new handbook tliu "ABC of Dl- ivoin:/' In il tlicy raise and answer | _!')!• iincslltms about divorce any {hurband and wife should carefully consider before agreeing thut di- i voice i.s the "simplest" way out of their marital unhappincss. Confronted with the liilonnn- il'in in I lie "AliC of Divorce" no couple could really beli-ve that Belling imniJiiTlcd is as simple .is ncttiuu married. KI'KN'I) liVKMNf; WITH HOOK fin (he huslwiicl and wife who hnvc already let, thc v.ord "iilvoyc'C" enter ihelr (|iiarreling and bicker"IK would do well to .spend an eve- nini' wilh :i good, book—the "ABO i of Divorce." i C'iniiii-\s who run away Irom nmrrlugc are frequently people who don't like to face difficult problems. Well, divorce i.s a difficult prob- .'flm too. And. if they can understand thai-before Ilicir marriages arc already in the divorce court:;, -onif of them mny figure out that il might bo about as ensy to work out a satisfactory marriage as to work out a satisfactory divorce. B and PW Mceiimj HefH OJ-CEOLA, Ark., Marc;i 13—The BissiiK'.ss and Professional Women's Circle of the Presbyterian Cii'treli !• eld their tegular meeting Tuesday night when Mrs. Fayc Henderson conducted the business Miss Marjorle Doyle, who is program leader, discussed "Looking Aheitd". Plans for the new year, which begins :in April, were discussed. Refreshments of pic and coffee were .served. THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1047 At The Hospitals BI,YTIIF.VII,LK HOSPITAL Admltled: Mrs. Hcnvy Hopper, Tomato Lewis Lee Wood, Osccola. Joanne Bourlancl, city Lorraine Henton, city. Mrs. Allen Hood, city Dismissed: John Mark Chism, Hayti. Mrs. D. E. Stuart and baby, city Jim Hamilton, city. Mrs. L, S. Miirr and baby, city WAU,S HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. Uessle Kcaton, city. Mrs. Luther Borough, St'eele, Mo Mrs. 13. s. Cnldwcll and bahv' Stecle, Mo. Mary Buys, Steele, Mo. Joe Howe, Holland, Mo. Ruby Lee Manning, Route 2 citv Lester Oil), Dell. ST. JOSKPII HOSPITAL, MEMPHIS Dismissed: Mrs. W. A. Thlemc, Manila. (.ocaf Boy Initiated Into University Frat. Don Cliairblin. son of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Chamhlln and a student l the University ol Arkansas Payctteville, has been initialed into S>l?ma A'pha E-:silon Fraternity le wa s graduated last Sprm ( > from lilythevlilc Hij;h School. Methodist Church Plans Vacation Bible School OSCKOLA, Ark., March 13. Plans for the Vacation Bib! c School of (.he Methodist Church wore made last night at a church conference at ihc Methodist Church here. The Rev. j. Albert Oatlin, Joncsboro District superintendent presided. Attending the conference were representatives from Dyi-ss, Wilson, Joiner, Reiser, Luxora and Osteola. Mrs, J. Hartsill Banks Honored With Luncheon OSCECL'A. Aik, March 13,—Mrs. J. Hartsill Banks was complimented Tuesday with a 1 o'clock luncheon when Mrs. H. E. Phillips and 1 Mis. E. L. Talieferro entertained four tabjes of grldgc guests ••<•(• the home of Mrs. Phillips on Reiser Avenue. The living and dining rooms were decorated with Spring flowers. Mrs. Roy Cox received high score, Mrs. Myron 'Naming, second high, and Mrs. Steve Bowker, low. Mrs. O. S. Masscnuill was awarded traveling piz? and the guest of honor was presented n gin. Meetings Cliickasawlin Lodge No. 134 P and A. M., will meet in reyiilar communication tonight, 7:30 o'clock, Formes' Local Residents Are Barents of Daughter The daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. John W. Kdwards at a Batesville hospital Sunday has been limned Judy lic n . They have an- O!!IM- daughter, Laiu\ Kale, who is Mrs. 'iMwnrds;. ih^ fanner MISS lii-lcn Moore of Blytheville and Mr. Edwards lived hero prior to his entering the armed services. Daughter is Named <\ rtnughtcr born Monday to Mr. ' and Mrs. John Nelson at their home on Lilly Street has been named Wanda Ann. She is their first child. Mrs. Hartsae Speaker At Demonstration Meet Mrs. otho Martsoc of Curdwc-II, Mo., (old members of Yarbro Home Demonstrallin Club how to raise dahlias and roses when she was finest speaker al a meeting Tuesday nrtoraoon at the home of Mrs Dave Abbott. Other; speakers were Mrs. Lee StJJcs, Mrs. Ernest French nnd Mrs. Spencer Bunch, who discussed topics in keeping with the garden theme. The group had an opcri discussion oti gardens nn ( | ruising roses. ;• Elza wheeler presented S70 for the new Mrs. cfe'ne McGuirc gnve (tie devotional, taken from Ihe 23rd chap- Roll call 'was answered wilh plans for the garden. In eames, prizes were won by. Miss Cora Lcc Colcmati, Mrs. Stiles md Mrs. W. A. Hollingswoiih. Refreshments.of iced drinks with a snlnd course were served. Mrs. Stanton Hostess With Dessert Bridge OSCEOLA. Ark.. March in—Mrs. rainier stnnton wns hostess to wo I tables Of guests at a (lessen brW :e yesterday afternoon at her IIMIO i>ri Coming Events FRIDAY Alpha Delta Chapter O f Beta Si,?ina Phi Sorority meeting at the rl-ibroom. 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. \v. G. Maxwell and Mrs. S'eari Hires hostess io Dorcas Sun;:-iy school class of First Baptist Church at tiic church. 2:30 o'clock. Summer; Avenue. Tn the games, high score well to Mrs. Eel Simmons and secon.I to ..Irs. Jesse Glnscoe. Are You Tormented By't?cR6ODBC' With Its Nervous Cranky, Weak Feciings? 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