The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 27, 1947 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 27, 1947
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BLrTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1.0.17 I Jaycees to Select Two Girls ~o? Roles in Cotton Carnival uirls nili be* — . Miss-Hagan Announces Yielding! Date, Plans lib. ''.I Mis s Geneva Anna Hasan, brielu- clect of Benjamin V.'ortlmi^loti White, today announced iicr wal- dlug pi-ins? :' jThc- -cerjsjjiony will "oc ycr-forme:) at''9:!0 """-Oik. on Monday morning,'April 1 ''!,' ?.t the Church ot the Iffiniaculale Conception. The ilev. B' 1 " Francis 1 ' McDevitl. pastor, will ofriSate. ' ' • Miss Gciievieve lingnn will be liir'-.twiti-sister's maid ot lintior. Bridesmaids will <oc Miss Ann 'Haslett of Memphis, cousin of the bryde-elect, 1 ' and Miss Nooly Pony. student at Arkansas State Uollcjje, ;Ben NS'hile will be his ton's bestj ntin and ushers \viil bci Tonimie ; itls'.eU o! Memphis. Gerald C:is-| sily, student- at University of Ar- 1 Klinsas, Fayftteviile, Bill" Btcmae mid Felix Carney. j iP.c-.ver girls will l;e .Ann While,' \Vroten, ami Mnry Loe T'^lro. JMiss llelma J.ohn^en. vo::alis., jm Sis'.er M. neloi-fs, oi-giinisi. will present a ^rc^ie.m of nii.Hi-.U: iP.'l!n-.\in- the oerdnon.v, a \\ed-! djng breakfast will b-_ i held in t!ie_ lU'nic of tlie bride's parents. Eunco Clul) Organized /|t Glen Johnson Home i B'.ytheviUc's Hrwcsl bunco elu') ii-i organized irtsL night r.t llir .''.vie ci IMn. GK-n B. jDlnison. A une lor the group hus not v oc^'a '.pcttd. I Mrs. J. T. St;il^U|) v/a-; c!pclu-'l .j^'csic!cj?t of Uic c;u:>, Mr.s. C. 1-*. Montgoniet;;, sei-mary - MxTtoUH'v ajid J,fr.s. II. B, Kichfirtxison, M I - ^prL-^r. Parties >\vill ije held cvciy cy.Q \ver-ks. . ' menders arc Mrs, C:iy Qcac^on niici Mrs. Holcn W.i'.toi Play hit; 'jun::o \vith cH/o nxi'in- srs lust iiiRht as gxioaU \verc )J.r.s. l!\i Kv-:;i\ce und Miv., li. r. ffrahatn. ; Mr:i. Miinlsomcrv v;oii J "The iKwtess sprved rcfrcshnieiH. 1 : J c;ikc and cofle.e. flrs, Caviton Speaker Li P. E. 0. "Luncheon (Mrs. ilerii'.uii Curlton disrnr:..-d Salt Lake City yeslerdr.y wlmn -he liresented the Chaiilcr D, P. '.:. o. Sisterhood pru^-rain ar an or^am'. ritiou luncheon given by Mrs, I'. U. t nncnshit-e. • Mrs. Crultoii's tojiic was in coti- j melton with Chapter.Ds stuciy i.l i ities. . The Lancashire home, 103T Cr.i::k- ift^awbrt, was decorated with^e - rfienU of Spring iitiv.-eis. I I'ne 15 guests were served a t'.vo- cimrse luncheon. Supper Party Honors Bride-elect Lra Wright Miss Kra Wriuli:, who will b;- coino Uic brifie of Horace Coffer of Trimble, Term., in earlv 811111- u:et. v,:,s honored b.= t night when Mrs. Fmma N'olen entertained witli a f.uj'per at Hustic Inn for UK; bride-ell;:-! and a fev of her most intimate friends. This wu s tin- first of a series of affaire to i>e given in Mi<s Wright's honor. Follovdnii ih'- suiter, the [;roup attended '.lie ir.ovie. M'-s, Nnlcn presented Miss Wrisrhl a sift of crystal. Mrs. White Hoslcss To Club Eight Members Mrs. Jesse. M. White- was ho.Uess Tue.'day iiiRlit In members of Club rii;ht, a)L of whom were present. wilh n lyidye parly. The While home, 401 Kasl n.ivis, was attractively decorated wlUi bouquets of Dutch Irises. niuclsMi.i and other ypihiy llowcrs. Alts. G. O: Pcicly. won llii'h O ccl" ui»-.-j in cvenliiij names and second I'.ii'.h was awarded to Mrs. Graham Smlbnry. The hostess served a dessert. '_'( i .A. rr .1-»_«J)r; _ Candlelight Rites Feature Session By Baptist Girls Bits of News Mostly Uorolhy Wright advanced lo Ihe rank of liidy-in-waitlni; and a .mtajjer ol other jiu'ls to tlie ranK .of maiden Tuesday nitihl in a £!in<lleli|;lil eereiuonv ol Ihe Oirl^ | >r ,,, , , „ . I Auxiliary <- r c.i)va.y Baptist Churc'i , M "'. KI(:I11 "" 1 Y 1 "^™ ""S KOM at the chiircih I tn '"vcrvale. Aik.. to visit Mr. Mothers of GA nienvliers, Int-lutl- 1 '.""} Mri i 1 ''-^"S'etle May. Mrs. May is her daughter. Rev. Baiix! lo Discuss Family at FTA Meeting "Tlie Family Rediscovers Itself" will be Ihe topic of discussion whrn the Itev. 11. S. Haird conducts tin study course of the .Senior Hiu'h School Parent-Tcuther Association tomorrow ninht at (he home of Mrs. In Ihc disi'iifsliin the Uev. Mr. Uaird als') will discuss "Youth in Uic Uncertain World." Tuesday ni';hl. lh ( . riev. D. n. Ill; di-cic will cnndiiet I he :itn'.ly njlirse »l the home of Mrs. Maduli Hub Is F.iilci-taincd By Mrs. Rullu-i-Iod Mrs. CJeni'Kc ». I 3 <ill(n-k mid Mr.i. Marvin Ninin playe<i bridge yi-s- lei-d.-iy ,'irteriKinn with nieitibei-; of : Town uml Country liriilL-e Club I when Mrs. Frod KulherloK] ent>r- j tallied the croup. Arnmrcmvnts ot jon<iuils and African viok-ts decorated the m.lli- crford home, 1 Itii Kasl Main. Mrs. Niuin won high .-.core l)iidi!e lUiKe and second hi^h was hel.l bv i Mrs. nnthcrford. i. Heireshmciits were served. Fayc Reid Cnlcbralcs Birthday With , ii)f! Junior and Intenneiii.-ue jwere honoretl yuesls. -Mrs. CJ)(u' \Vi-lili HI New Liberty ^li.piist oliureh spoke to the liu jneii.bers and (juesls present, with "Tlie Place of Kuch person in the Work of the Klnutlum" us her sii ije;t. Junior OAs advam-int; to tlv,' -tank of maiden were atvanitd Jheiv arm Ij.inds by Mis. o. W. JJaviji, counselor, and to Inlennc- .diatcs Ijy Mrs. Henry Uerry. co.ui- ,s(.'tcr. Airs. -Hcrry also presented uiuotl.y her ami Ijaiul. , Mrs. Dan-ell Lunslord ( ;ave the ^vclcomiiiLi address an<t served as jiasiur 01' vert monies, 'ihc U'A ny.nn .was .t,-. ,.y Junior CIA bara 1'rilitl. Sue MtOee. .slniiiii^ ."Last Juilt'inenl Day," was presented in a ipociai music program. She was iic-conuMinieti by MIS. Mil- illl'd Trail. . The GA watchword was led 'by Junior piesidcnt, patsy Pruilt, and repeated by all OAs. wnilc t'.i: allegiance was led by Intermediate .president, Heity Carter. ' "Star Ideals" were j;iven by Junior Mirilyn Sbivley and sti'ip- tm-e verses by Betty Mjlhae). •W.iat tlie Sinner Musi Do lo ucl Saved" -,v.-is the silDje^t discussed > by Junior Laveal limnett and lu- I lei-inccllnle Pat Graham f|>oke on •'/iiiv.ti.cement in Koov.-letiKe." Mrs. Raymond llylknap gave the i rlo.,in([ aucircss. Decorations in the Clniu-h cared out the organization's colors i the lillly Baker returned today !ro:n •Metnjihis. where he underwent treatment M- a MeiKiihis hosptui. Wnllncc Gardner stei'CJis luis returned to hi:; home in l.os An- ficlc's, Calif., after lu.vini; b;en here because <>i the deatli of his father, Dr. C. C. Stevens. J. N. Quanells, who has been undergoing treatment at W.i7.s Hospital, has teen ieinove:l to home at 'liurdette. Mr. and Mrs. IJ. C. Pujroril lei'i I n: yesterday for Rochester. Minn I whej'C Mr. Pufford will uiulerKo a I .fi major back operation. Tliey exp;it'ni lo be ijone six weeks. | :, Mrs. C. W. AHlick entered St.'i.f Joseph Ifosiiital, Memphis, today to t v underyo a foot oiiernlion. | tl Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cunninuhan " have returned home from )Jol Sprint's. Airs. Walt Haj'iies. who has been vlsltlna hei son in chieajjo. has returned here, where she makes her, home with her diiughlcr, Mrs. Charles Lutes. Condition ol Mrs. liiiyni-.s, who has been unclei'iioni': treatment ior ihc past several in-Wnilini; wi months. Is much unproved. Ui ( - o<unv:il In Mempliis May , ::i»sts of the illythcville Junior Wu.mlinr ,,f Cummerce, it iv.-is .-iii;u;ii!i«;i iiK.'iiy l/y .James K'>V, pli'sitlt'llt. Oni! v. ill he named a "L:ul-ln- \V:a.inu" in the Koyal Court and Ihp othir a "Maid." Tney win weal' special cnstumi's made by the Cotton Cai nival costume Committee aL ; ,JI Caiiiival feslivilie.s and the.-.e y.ll! later be vivi'n lo tliejn as [iifts. 'I'll,- MKiy-ln-WallliiB. as a mcm- II'T "i the lloyai Court, will ac- icniil'niiy it lm all occasions from the spectacular arrival of the Royal H.u'.'i- on Tuesday evening, May IS, until the (nil of Ihe Carnival. She '.'. -i IJ" tile iiiicsl tjf Ihe Carnival (.'"jjuni.lee Joi ihc (jitnv week. Tlie Maid will ijurticipate in the Carnival activities Wednesday. May \':: In adiliiion lo riding on a float in ill!- Royal Court Parade thai mi'i'inniT, .she will be entertained at a luncheon, honored at 'he Maid o] C'itton t?how and participate in Maid of Cotton Ball that eve- >t|i KU'l'i will l:e chosen by -. .„. ..„ .. i(Jl' Chn?nljei' of cotinucivo com- us cio par I';. from noininations .snbmittctl " :. AtlhiiUKh some nun 1 "-; have i turiifd in for consideration, ron-ulilte,, has :inni)Uncrd that Jiiyeeej; nri- seeking more sug- ii.ns Iroai ])er>ons interested in r:< niinatii!i; a i.Mjididaie for these hcnor;. letiiihements for selection >.Lite thai the isirls named must be at (east IB veals old and unmarried. ieipation. which in- eo.sls. fov the Lady- lie jiaid by ihc Jun- of prut We the Women iiV HUTU MU.I.KTT NEA Staff Writer A New Mexico justice of Ihe peace about to say "1 now nro- • 'Jiiec you man and wife" over n young couple was interrupted by t h e bridegroom. He wanted the word "provided 1 a d d e d to the ceremony. ''I* r o v i d e d what,?" asked the't startled justice of the peace.. "Provided It works, said tlie bridegroom ma!er-of- factly. Plenty o[ young people today go In for -provided" marriages. The reason Ihis one was news was because the f-room put the reservation into words. That reservation i s pretty .sllock- Wc like the sound of "till death lo par;' better. But the fact thai one marriage out of four today j s ending "n di- virce is proof lhat in their own mi,ids a lot O f couples have substituted "provided" for the beautiful. <U;,Mificci "till death" promise. And no marriage that starts will- a "provided" clause has the slicht- cst chance qf^ lasting through the years. Marriage just |sn ; : that perfect that Ideal a partnership, WIll'.N THKV CKACK Ul> In any marriage there are bound to be times when either Uic husband or w ife O r both are disilln- instly 50 cents lower; sows 50-75 cents lower; bulk good and choice 170-250 pounds CO.75-21; top sparingly 27.25; late sales 20.75; few WO-300 pounds 2u.2d-2u.75- 130150 pounds 23.50-25; few early «.5.0 around 100 pounds '.veiehls 26; 100-120 pound pigs 20-23; good 270500 pound SOWS J3-24; few 24.25: heavier weights 22-22.75; slags 18.50-21. Cattle — 4,300; salable 2,500; calves 1.100; all salable; around, dozen loads of steers on sale; these | mostly medium to low good descriptions; little done early; few i small lots about steady around 2223,25; heifers ami mixed, yearlings, in moderate to light volume; op- i-nc'j steady with (jowl mixed up lo M.5U; medium lo pood larp.ely 17 • 5U-22; a|;proxima(ely 25 per" cent, of receipts made up of cows; openini; about steady; common and medium beef co'.vs largely 13-15. Read Courier Ken's Want, Ada. R u (h SALE of !| CHiNA and GLASS I J! , l >|\Ve arc c'OiuiiMisiiisj o\iv i {•Antique Deprulmem. lo ] |^m;il<(> room for newly ar- jHved, modern girt items- - i ijEvcry Anluiuc I-IoducriP ' i; Jj ALI, PilKCHASES CASH £ Sale closes Saturday, |5 April 51-h. QIFT Gift Wrap Free \ \ i Kiye Hritl. finu!;h!er of Mr. and Mrs. Tonnnic Reid, 312 South Di- \isifn a;., mlelH-ate-i her 1-tth birthday last night with a dinner party al her home. Entertaining rooms were decorated with Spring flowers. An Raster motif was carried out in table decorations and on DIP birthday cake (hat ccnlereii the lablc. Mrs. Pearl Hires assisted Mrs. ld in entertaining. Meetings Chickasawba Lodge KM I 1 '. & A. .5. will meet in rcgnhi- communi- Conlinuons Kvcry Day l!ox Office Opens 1 :•!!> Show Ktiirls 2:0(1 I.ISTKN TO KI.CN <:00 a.m. 12:15 p . m . 4.3(1 pm Tluir.sil.-iv and Friday Rox Office Opens at fi:30 Opens Sunrtr.j l:0i); Starts 1:1.1 Continuiius Shows Kal. and Sun Bargain Night Kvcry MK>II KH-, r i Kuturtl.-\v. s'o passes hoiinret) nn Snr.rJai- a Mir Knxj Thursday and Friday ritmuount Xews and Srlcrtnl short Subject Continuous Sho Everyday • nnoiincemcnt is Made t C/i'ne-Driver VVe<.'ding OZOEOLiA. Ark.. March 21.—Ml'. itl Mrs. E. K|)i'iieer Driver today inounccd the marriat'e of their uiBhtcr, Miss Plavia' Driver, to [aishall Keith Clim: Jr., of Wa- •rloo. lo\va. The wedding was solcmni/.ea 'ec. . 1 at the First. Alethodiv. Miss Betty Ann Talhot To Wed Richard Prcwitt . Mrs. .1. D?aure Tallrat announces .the engagement of her daughter, Jvliss lielty Ann Talcol, to Ritli- ;ird E. Prowitt, son of Air. and ,Mrs. W. W. Prewilt of O.'.i:c.ola. The wedding will be sol-?n,mzeci ill tho home of the bride-i-loci's molher in early June. Detailed jjlnns will -ce announced later. Miss Talbot. daughter ol Ihe late Mr. Taftoi of lieydell, ni-' .tended SL-hool in Pine Bluff beio:'--J entering tiu: University of Arkansas. She l.s a junior and a nieiu- .brr of pi Ilef.i phi Sorority. ,t I , Mr. Prcwitt was graduated from psccola High School. He three au<t a half years in the .Army Air Corps with 1-1 months .overseas. He also is a junim t _ ^..^ vi ior chamber nf CciJinieree. Tlie sloncd aljoilt iheir union' Therc'ai'e Maul will |>ar;Sei|Jale v ithout cost sure to be times when the marriage her Wednesday At The Hosn^aU mvllu'ville ,'Iosiiital . Noel Todd, city. i?rnvi!cl N'elson. Armorrl. V.'. 11. -Wlmtlrv. city. \Vall-, IHspital J. N. Quarrels. Uui-nelte. .I.ii-ui-llv'i v.-well. ''ily. M~s. A'b.-it W. Martii: ujul ta.Jiv eilv. airs. Jolm Charles- Bri'.;ht Jr and t:.::v. city. Mrs. nohert Oitchfll. Sleele. Ma. St. Joseph lliispilnl, Memphis ni.-mii.-iscd: Wi .ppearanees. (lafsn'l sccjii lo be working as well as it should. That is when the "provided" marriaucs crack up. But the "Lill death" partners cope ^vith the [ boredom or disillusionment nntl end I up with n marriage that mny not : be perfect, but .it least is fnliicll Coming Events FRIDAY Alpha Delta cliiniter ot Hela '.Sii:ina phi will have "mode'" meeting, 2:30 o'clock. In the elubroom. C'BC Club meeting with Mrs. n. A. Copcland'. Signiii Kratci'iiity. Lone Oak V/SCS Meets hnrch in Horfcfoi'd, 111. 'Mrs. c:inc attended Osccoln i&h School an<l Marv Baldwin <—...... ,.~ ....... ... .. Jt ....... ... olk-Hc. Slannton. Va " and was' .University ol Arkansas andauiom- -acluated fiom the University ol ' ' "' ' r " " " 'iseon.sin with a Hat:]ielor ol Aits eai ee. in Psychology. She was :i lem'jer of Chi O.licLja Sorority nd Ksi Chi, national honorary sychclogy Iratcrniiy. Mr. Cline attent.ed the Univcr- ily of Wisconsin, win-re he !:•-• imc a nunr.'bi-r of Kappa S Yatcrnily. They plan lo make their home 11 Cedar Falls, Iowa, where lie is ti business. Chris niton i\( the hull 7:30 tonight. By rtlcrr of Uic Worstilpfui Ma.Unv, x Parks. The Woman's Society of tiai: Service of 'Lone O.ik .,- , rlisl Church met this \veck at ;ii' ;ma ihome of Mrs. Julia Lane with si>: 1 :en':ers prc.sent. Group singing opened the meetr if. followed with prayer led by Glen Alexander. ' > DiuX Mrs. A^cxuiulcr ni;d Mi's, DioX •l-'ielrts had c'hnrcc •€! tlie pros'tiih. ( During the -socin! hour, Uic hnSt-' served rerrc'shmnnls. sfiarp as a tact fe—s/ic- fios a knack of fetching dollar hilts tike rubber/ SJ?o Anovvj thai Si's bat To buy iwo pain and re:' cne pair whrlo sfte'i wearing Ihe other! Mann, ulyllieville. I'linic, AIi-mlMiis Werner. Blythcville. Arrangements Made: for Minstrels , final iin",uii;eiii"iiis were bvins riiadc tlii-; artei-ni)»h for the "Y Minstrels nf l!i;7" to l«- iiresented to- nisht, 8 o'clock, in Ihe Y roon-s of The program is span- soi-ed by the Y Junior Leaders and the Chnral Club ami is under di- Livestock ST. IjOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, ill., March 27. (UP) — i USDA i— Livestock: Hogs—9,8110. salable 7,000; market slow, uneven: ^eights no Bounds uu 50 to mostly 75 cents lower than Wednesday's average; some bills off more. Lighter weights steady to rcction of Dalton-C. Fowlslon. ' ~ The admission fees of 25 cents foi- .students nntl 59 cents for adults will be used for a ncu* set of scenery in the Y rooms and lo purchase other needs of.Uic Y organization. Gcsiuinc V/hitc Buck $7.95 White Elk $6.95 Several Other »Sl>Ics in JSUu-k Ycull slcp right inlo (his breezy suit and woar \\ goyly whatever you go. Foiliionod ol o imoolh lincn-liVe fobric, crease resiilanf, wilh o swinging 8 gore sltift. And there's o world of charm in the Jish-loil backed jc-kcr. Luscious colors in sizes 7 lo 15. I*) 95 The Edyth Shoppe Spring Ensemble a one piece drcs$ wilh matching Jacket in sheer rayon crepe. Navy or black,, with the contrasting dress fop in love!/ Spring pastel. In hM ' '* The EDYTHE SHOPPE 319 \V. Main Phone 2861

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