The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 5, 1949 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Saturday, March 5, 1949
Page 2
Start Free Trial

PACK TWO BLYTHEVIU.J5 <AKK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 19l Amelia Salib*. Soci«ly Kdilor New* 1'horte •J46L Formal Dinner Dance Is Given For Supper Club Mr. and Mn. B. B. Crawford and Mr. «nd MM, H. R. Crawford Jr. ent«rt»ine<s the Dell Supper Club »n4 guesls with a formal dinner dance at the Legion Hut Thursday nlsht. Approximately 100 guests attended the affair which was one of the largest event* of the current eeason, A yellow aaid green color scheme •was carried out In tlie decorations throughout the ballroom and reception rooms. Huge arrangements of jonquil* were banked against the fireplace and windows 111 the ballroom. Tlie tables were covered with "white cloths with yellow, tapers in crystal holders casting a soft glow, being placed at Intervals on the tables, Placed down the length of the tables were yellow bells and Jonquils intermingled with ivy with a wreath forming around each crystal holder. Adding to the attractiveness of the decorations were the huge yellow Jonquils made of crepe paper on which was Inscribed, "Dell Supper Club." New members attending were Mr. and Mrs. Billy Boone, Mr, and Mrs. A. E. Caldwell, Mr. and Mrs. George- Hodges, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Merrell Osborne, Dr. and Mrs. Frank Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilson. Guests included Clem Whistle Jr Mrs. Mavis Settlemire, Cecil Metcalf/Mrs. Ophelia Boyd, Dallas Brownie*, Mr. and Mrs. Merron Koehler, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Cook Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Duncan, Miss Bulord Dunivant of Reiser, Todd Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dunivant Jf., Keiser, Mr. and Mrs. D C Palford, Mr. and Mrs. Nobla GUI, Mr. and Mrs. Oral Hunnicutt Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kennett, Mr and Mrs. A. B. Smith, Mr. and Mrs Wade Jefferles, Mr. and Mrs. Ru pert Crafton, Mr. and Mrs. Jame. Hyatt, ol Osceola, Mr. and Mrs. E A. Stacy, Mr. and Mrs. Hussel Hays, Jimmie Metcalf, Mr. and Mrs Billy Lawshee, Mr. and Mrs. Clj'd ' and Mr. and Mrs. Eav 1 Out-of-town visitors here (or the (uneral yesterday of Mrs. B. F. Biogdon Sr., who died at the Walls Hospital Wednesday, were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Crlhneld and children, Hill and Nancy ol Joiner, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Crlhfleld and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil White at Marion. Billy Bob Elliott, student at Arkansas Tech, in Russcllville, Is spending the weekend here as guesi of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Skit Is Feature Of World Day of Prayer Services nblhevllle women yesterday Joined with those In countries over the world In the observance of the World Day of Prayer. Special services, directed by Mrs. John First Fields, were held at the Christian Church A radio Scruggs and his brother, Jack. Frances Oammlll, daughter Mrs. Frances Gammlll, Is 111 at Hie home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. p. D. Foster, with the measles. Her condition Is satisfactory. Mrs. Howard Vines and daughter Linda and Mrs. Vines' brother, Joyle Dickey of Russcllvllle, are pending the weekend here as uests ol Mrs. Willie Tedder and heir sister, Miss Rube Dickey. Mr ,and Mrs. H. O. McHaffey, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Mclladey nnd on, Sidney, and Mr and Mrs. A. J. Smart visited with friends and relatives for several days In Boone- vllle and Corinth. Miss. They re- urncd home yesterday morning. The Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Brown and Mrs. pearl Hires spent yes- :erd«y In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Lancashire returned home today (rom a three weeks vacation In Ohio and Illinois friends nnd relatives. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Ernest McClure of Oak Park, 111., skit, describing activities In other counlvles. was" presented by Ihc Blytheville Youth Council, The group o} young people was stationed In the balcony o( the church and through a public address system presented the program «s 1( It ij'ere a transcrilied radio show. Following Ihe services for the adults, 06 children attended special children's services, Tlie World nny of Prayer here 'was sponsored by Ihe Dlythevllle Council of church Women, and Mayor E. n. Jackson had proclaimed yesterday as A Day of Prayer 1" Blylhenlle In connection with the Intermitlonal observance. Coming Events Social Calendar The a. E. O. Club will tit enler- altied at the home ol Mrs. Joe Evrard. Circles One and Two of the Calvary Baptist W.M.U. will meet at the church for a regular missionary program and business meeting. The Mlwloniry Study group o! Ihe Woman's council of the First Chrlstlm 'Church will meel at the home o( Mr*. John McHaney with Mrs, Joe Bill McHaney as co-hoa- le« at 3:30 p.m. Mrs. E. M. Terry will be program lender. Tlie W. 8. C. S. of the First Methodist Church will meet »t th church for * business session 2:30 p.m. The Wesleynn Service Guild o Ihe First Methodist Church wl! meet at Ihe home of Mrs. Allen E Siweart at 8 p.m. with Mrs. Jac Bishlp us co-hostess. The W. M. U. of the First Bap list Church will meet at the church for a business meeting. The Alpha Beta Chapter ot Ep- lon Sigma Alpha are having an wllatlo.ial dance at Lonnte's Club t 8:30 p.m. who will be their guest. Mrs. W. F. McDanlcl missed (rom the was dis- Blyihcville Hos- Whistle Stone. • • • Mirror Room Is Setting For Dessert Byclge Party The Mirror Room of the Noble Hotel was the setting yesterday for 25 tables of dessert bridge, the llrst In a series of season's parties of Osceola. Hostesses at the affair were Mrs. Bruce Colbert, Mrs. Edward Segraves, Mrs. Steve Bowkcr and Mr». Harold Ohlcndorf, nil of OKtola, wj « THrtngMYttirougout Ithe Mirror Room were pattery bowls filled with a striking arrangement of tulips Irt mixed colors and daffodils IntCr- ipersed with greenery. Adding to the attractlbeness were the two low green baskets filled with picardy gladioli and purple stock entermlng- led with greenery. During the bridge games, which began at 1 p. m.. first prize was won by Mrs. Hubert Shlppen of Osecola. Others to receive prizes and who were also from Osecola were: Mrs. Arthur Bowen, second. Mrs. Dan Hamner, third, Mrs. Ed Qulnn, fourth, Mrs. Joe Hughes, fifth, Mrs. W. V. Alexander, Sixth and Mrs Wlrt Steed, low. Guests who attended were from VTIlson, Luxora, Blythevllle, Joiner, Driver, Gridcr and Osceola. • • * Mrs. Whittaker Hostess To Bridge Club, Guests Mrs. L. H. Moore and Mrs, Ray Hail were guests yesterday wltli members of the Friday Contract Club when Mrs. Lloyd Whittaker entertained at her home at 628 Wes Ash. Decorations in the home carriet ' out the Si.- Patricks Day theme Gladioli in various shades were ar ranged in Ihe home. pital yesterday where she was undergoing treatment. Her condition ,s Improved. Baptists to Conduct Training Union Study A week of Training Union study nnrt enlargement will be conducted at the First Baptist Church, March 7-11. The forty-flve-mlmile classes will be tausht enrh evening, beginning at. 7 o'clock. Rev. Russell Duffer, pastor of the New Liberty Baptist Church, will lead the adults In a study of "The Growing Christian." The Young People, under the leadership of Rev. E. C. Brown, will study "Building A Christian Home." Fred Becker, assisted by Mrs. Jim Craf- lon, will teach the Intermediate;!, "Alcohol, the Destroyer." Miss Hazel Brnnnen will use the book. "Living For Jesus," In directing Junior activities. A "Story Time" for Beginners nnd Primaries will be led bv Miss Blllie Jean Turk, tlie entire week, the church Organ and Piano Recital Presented at High School The assembly program consisting of an organ and piuno recital, hclc yesterday at Ihe Blythevlllc Higl School Auditorium was sponsored by the National Transcribers Soc lety for Ihc Blind nnd was undo the direction of II. C. Cooper. Th program was given In conncclloi with the raising of money lo hel buy bralle books for Ihe blind. The program was presented b Jack Crowell organist and Hcrve Italnvllle. pianist, both blind. Mr. Crawell. is a native Arkansa and was graduated from the Lo Angeles Polytechnlcal School 1 California five weeks ago. His orga selections Include his own arrtinse ment.*' and compositions. Include In his numbers were "Indian Lo\ Call," "American Patrol Mnrcl played the piano arrangements My Happiness." He also played his leet at the church at 2:30 p. Tuesday The Chnrlcvolx Chapter of the j whom she has visited the past thrc ). A. R. will meet with Mrs. C L. weeks, were honorccs Sunday a McWnters. 2:30 p.m. with Mrs. the Intler's home at a birthday din A. M. n. Branson us co-hostess. ncr attended by Mr. and Mrs. Jtih The Business Women's Circle Azibtl of nisco, Mo., Mr. and Mr of the Calvary Baptist Church ] rft znhner and son. Edwin o vlll meet with Mrs. j. D. Wltiner, | Portageville and Mr. nnd Mrs. Voris No/fond Newt \ Perionala Ray Frank Palmer Is in the Kennedy Veteran's hospital In Memphis where he undo, went a knee operation Tuesday morning, He will emaln In Die hospital ibout two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Perry and children Jimmle and Gail, of Ca- ruthcrsvllle were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs, James Perry, Sr. Mrs. Gertrude Peebles and daughter, Mary Lynn, were tn Camden, Tenn,, over the week-end with their husband and .father. Mrs. Peebles Is a teacher in the local grade school. Mrs. Nat Nunnery underwent an operation Wednesday morning at Memphis Methodist Hospital. Her mother Mis. Susie Waldrop, her daughter Natalie and Mr. and Mrs. Clell Waldrop visited with her this week. Mrs, Virginia Bright of Memphis is visiting In Hie home of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Jenkins for the week. Mr. and Mrs, Bill Erlekson were In Crawfordsvllle, Ark., to visit Mr and Mrs. Bo Nodlna for the weekend. Mrs. Sam Kenley Is recovering from »« operation three weeks ago Lutherans Hav* Meeting At fart Wildy fies'cftnc* The. Women's Guild and th? Men's Club of the First Lutheran Church met Thursday night for a. Joint meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wlldy In Lejchville. Approximately 18 members attended the meeting and pot luck supper. The opening prayer was offered by Mrs. Wclcton Nebel after which is for the reception and liistal- ation o( their new pastor, who will rrive April 3, were made. They alx> discussed the lighting fixture* for he new church. Following the business meeting, the remainder of the evening wa» spent informally by the gueaU. The Woman's Executive Board of a t t he. Baptist Hospital in Mem ,e First Presbyterian Church will I phis. m. Mrs. Mary London of Puxico, Mo and her sister Mrs. Sam Workman Baptist Dorcas Cfass Has Meeting at Church The Dozens Sunday School Ola. of tlie First Baptist Church met yesterday at the church for a busi- nes and icclal meeting with 14 members attending. Hostesses were Mrs. Arthur Rushing and Mrs. J f. Rowland. Miss Cordelia Wilhlte gave thi devotional taken from the book o Isiah. Mrs. M. W. Lewis, president presided during the business session at which time reports were given b: the officers. Prayers were offerei by Mrs. C. S. Lemons and Mrs. C L. McWaters Sr. Refreshment* were served durin the social hour. Workman. Mr. and Mrs. GUe<n Crews, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Reynolds and 2117 Carolyn, for their regular program meeting. Mrs. Graham Sudbury crtain members of Club Eight at ] Mrs. Susan MusKnivc will so Sun- icr home. Mrs. Hunter Sims Jr. will be hostess to the La Nueve Club mem- oers. The Tuesday Bridge Club will mret at the home of Mrs. Charles CrlRger. Mrs, T. R. Coleman will entertain the La Petite Club. Trl-Town Bride Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs Worth Holder. Wednesday Mrs. G. V. Daws will entertain dday to naytonn and Winter Haven. Fin., for the remainder of the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Bennic Joe Harris are the parents of a son born Feb. 12 at Shirey's clinic In Hayll. He has been named Bennic Joe. Jr. Mrs. Harris Is the former Miss Mary olive Gllmore. Condition of Ed Ilamptiri, Jr., who underwent an operation at the Methodist Hospital In Memphis, is Improved. Mr. and Mrs. porter Harris had At The Hospitals Bl.vthcvllle Hospital Dismissed, Ruby Nell Banner, Huffman. Palsy Jones. Cooler, Mo. Mrs. w. F. McDantel, city. Leslie Moore. Dell. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Russell Hayncs. city. Mrs. Earl Smith, IU. 2. city. St««/>-Cooter News O. T. Coll, superintendent of the teele High School U »pendlng this eek In St. Louis attending a con- entlon for school superintendents. While Ihere he Is a guest in Ihe ome of his daughter. Basil McClure and Clarence Ward pent last Friday nijht in Cape Girardeau, Mo., as guests of James Vshcraft. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Welngflcld ,nd Mr. and Mrs. Mike Riddick pent last Saturday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs, L. Berry and Mr ,nd Mrs. Kemith Berry have returned home after a two weelu vacation •pent In Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Y. Brown of Cape Oirardeau have moved to Bteele where Mr. Brown has taken over the management of Clark's Grill. Mrs. Cubie Hlgdon and daughtei MLss Christine Kelley bpent Saturday in !4finphls. Mr. alid Mrs. Joe Azblll and daughters of Maiden spent last, weekend here with their parents Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Azbill and Mrs Charlie Wagster. Mrs. Mary Paty has returned Horn several weeks visit with her sol Eucl Party and family of St. Louis Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Barber am Mr. and Mrs. Pill Barber spent weekend at Trenton Tcnn. where original composition of "Arkansas Boopie." Mr. nalnvlllc. a New Englander played the planl arrangements of Oeishwin's, "Rhapsody in Blue," and Chopin's. "Minute Walt?.." Mr, Crowcll and Mr. Ralnvillr demonstrated writing and rending In brnlllc and also read R part from a book In brnllle. Closing Hie pre- was a duct of the "Twelfth Street r;n&." W. D. Tommcy. principal of the high school, introduced the guests. the Blythevllle Rook Club at her ns their guests over the weekend, home. Mrs. Dorothy Dcnton and Mr. and Mrs. Moves Bohne will be hos- Mrs. Bennic Jo Harris ot Haytl, less to the L. E. W. Club. ami Mrs. H. L. Methvln and sons, The Town and Country Club will jimmlc nnd Franklin or Trmnann. be entertained at the home of Mrs. Condition of Mrs. Hcttle Retter- P. D. Foster. rce, who hns been seriously 111 Is The Chlckasaw Chapter of the slightly Improved. Those from out Delphian Society will meet at 10 of town who .came especially to be a.m. In Noble Hotel. with her and are visiting In the Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich will be homes of her daughters, Mrs. Maud hostess to the Wednesday Club. nspiratlonal periods, at which time j under the authority of the Gosncll ursery will be open for small c-hll- reu. Sound movies will fealure Services to be Held At Gosnell Baptist Special Services will be conducted tomorrow, 2 p.m., at the Qosnell Baptist Church for the ordination o[ the Rev. oenc Shultz as a minister of the Gospel and Tom Grimes to the dcaconshlp. Tlie ordination was requested bj by Number Nine Baptist Church who has accepted Rev. Shultz as the : n minister and will be administered Thursday Richard and Mrs, Grace Thompson arc: Mrs. Herman Swanson and Hester and low, Mrs. E. T Griddle. Extension Club Meek The South Holland Extension Club met Thursday at the home of Mrs. Marshall Mlrricks with twelve members and one visitor, Mrs. Roy Henry, present. Mrs. Mlr- rlck led the club in reading "Tlie Pledge to our Flag" In unison and Mrs. William Pritchard led In singing several songs. Mrs. Perry Taylor and Mrs. Aaron Taylor gave a report on the council meeting which they had attended this week In Caruthersville, on dressmaking. Mrs. Prltehard Hostess Mrs. W. L. Pritchard entertained The Maple Grove Cemetery Asso- children, Gerry and Dcnlse, Leon- soclatlon will meet at the home of ard Richard and son. Charles Howat ard, all of Flint. Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Tob Box. Mrs. Dean Moody Mrs. Langston Ashford will en- nl id Mrs. Fannie Wllloughb'y of tertaln the Octette Club members. Paris. Tcnn.; Mrs. Lcssie Richard Mrs. Frank Webb, 1709 Hearn, 2:30 p.m he entire group will assemble In he church nudilorium. "We Too Receive," "It's the Brain That Counts." "Simon Peter." and "Thy Will Be Done" will be shown. Business Meeting Held By Alpha Delta Chapter The Alpha Delta Chapter of Bein Sigma Phi met yesterday at the horns of Mrs. Gilbert Hammock, 510 North 13th. for their regular buMiKM meeting. Mrs. Kalhalcen Coleman was a guest at "the meeting, The business session was presided over by Mrs. Marlon Toivlcs, president, during which time OKI- were clecled (or the new yeir. Baptist Church. A board of presbyters will consist o( various ministers and deacons o( the Mississippi County Bnp- tlst. Association who will discuss several suggestions submitted by ( the group. The first being the selcc- j Homer, lion of the Rev. P. H. Jernlsan. pastor of the Calvary Baptist Church In Blythevlllc as Ihe ordl- Mrs. Eddie Ford will be hostess the Avalon Bunco Club. The G. N. B. Club will be enter- Iallied at the home of Mrs. J. C Frjizler. The Thursday Rook Club will meet at the home of Mrs. T. W j Goforth. ' Mrs. Henry Humphreys will be hostess to the Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. Don Haley will entertain the Thursday Night dub at her home. The T. N. Club will b3 entertained »t the home jf Mr». W E Auten. Mrs. W, H. Pease will be hostess and Mrs, S,im Shenvood of Havti; Mrs. Lily Mlchlc. Mrs. Clara Holloman, Mrs. Fred Smith and Mrs. Dolph Martin, all of ;/IIcola. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Neal were In West Memphis Wednesday at- ] tending to business. \ Miss Frankle Heathcock hr.s; been in Detroit. Mich., during the Winter with her mother who has been seriously 111. She is home now to resume her school term. Mr. and Mrs. Cardinal Smith and family were guests Sunday In the home of Mr. and Mrs, Paul Phllllber o[ Haytl. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Slivers are the parents of a daughter born the Federated Women's Club Wednesday at her country home. During business session minutes were read by Mrs. Voris Workman. Mrs. N. B. Proffer gave a brief talk on "Proper Storage" discussing the every day Items In use In and around the home. Refreshments of open [ace sandwiches, salad, coffee and cake were served. they were called by the death of a relative. Misses Helen McCann and Evelyn Sullivan cf Caruthersville spent last week end here with Miss McCann's mother Mrs. Opal McCain). Mrs. Herman Lawlier and daughter Ptrry Lynn of Trenton Tenn spent last weekend here with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Tom Perry. Hallet Shevrod of Memphis spent last weekend her with his sister Mrs. Kate Hall and children. Mr. and Mrs. John Tucker liavs Lclunied home alter a two weeks visit with their daughter Mrs. Earl Robinson and Mr. Robinson• of St LOJlS. Mr and Mrs, Guss Cooper and Mr. and Mrs. Hans Green spent Wednesday and Thursday in Mem- P Mr. and Mrs. Everett Flowers and children of Dycrstaurg, Tcnn. s|)en last weekend here as guests ot Mr and Mrs. V. W. Coleman and Jes slca Ann Perry. Paula Rae Jones who has bee: sick (or the past week with an ea infection is Improving. Mr. and Mrs. Marrion Sweat o Poplar Bluff spent last weekend here with Mr. and Mrs. Archie Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. Bill ,Vassey ann daughter Patty of Blythevllle spent Saturday here wltn Mr. and Mrs. Q. C. WBjster. No Rest After All STEPHANVILLE, Tex. (U.P.l—- Co/vary Baptist WJ Have All Day Program Circles One and Two of the I nen's Missionary Union of the I •ary Baptist Church niel ycslel at the church (or an all day " gram on "Season of Prayer." The meeting opened with | singing of a hymn followed ;>rayer by Mrs. S. B. McGce. Lucian Gaines. president, preij during the meeting. The program was under thrl rection of Mrs, Jack Attaway,' chose as her topic, "Necessity ofl Gospel Is Laid Upon Us." Foil Ing the Introductory remarks Mrs. Attaway the group -sang second hymn. The devotional t from Romans I. was given by Darrell Lunsford and prayers offered by Mrs. pleas Rambo. Carrar Prultt, and Mrs. Fate r ton. Those who participated on program and their topics v Mrs. Vcrnon Boyd. "Studying en Churches"; Mrs. B. L. binder. "Give and Trust" folio by prayer by Mrs. Thomas Mrs. H. J. Fondren. "That Might Face Some": Mrs. Ver| Gean. "Meet the Migrants": Jim England. "Work In the Cit| and the closing prayer by V. F. o'Neil. A covered dish lunchenn erved at noon. The nfternnon ion svas onpiK'd with a divru- of the Mother and Daughter i nuet to be held at the church Nl lay night, after which Mrs. P.1 lernlgan led the group in prayer] Those taking part in the a inon program and their,sub were: Mrs. O'Neil, "Sp,inlsh-M| can and Snanlsh-Amerlcan" Inez Gentry. "Acadlans, Ita!j( and Chinese": Mrs. Lucian G*\\ "First Americans": Mrs. Wood wilder. "Some are Hidden. Oo 1 Them." ant) Mrs. Buck Oermrl "Spanish Sneaking AmetScarl Prayer was offered by Mrs. Mail Gaines. Mrs. Lunsford gave the devo al. followed by a minute mertitatl The closing prayers were given | Mrs. Gean, Mrs. Boyd and England. Finds Fine Fine TRAVERSE CITY. Mich. fU.P| Fred Letchcll paid a $5 fine, decided it was worth every nickel it. He was booked for mtoxicritf, after police pulled him from road tracks where he was sleep! just a few minutes before a ti| was due. F. A. Ray feared his retirement nilght make him go stale, so he invented a rust-proof awning for windows, doors and patios. Demand has resulted In production going beyond the avocation stage and nearing vocation proportions. Ray Is thinking of expandig his hobby into a 25-employe firm. to the Thursday Luncheon Club, j Feb. 12, at Walls Hospital in lily- Mrs.. R. F. Klrshncr will enter- oieville. She has been named Chartain the Thursday club. The Mld-Wcek club will b« entertained at the home el Mrs. W. L. Saturday Mrs. Oean Atkinson will enter- aln with a lea [rom four to five it During the afternoon games. Mr* I Those elected were Mrs. T. H. Car- Moore received high scovc with Mrs. a\vay, president, Mrs. Barney Crook, Whittakcr receiving, second high. I vke-presk'cnt. Mrj. Jim Sinolticr- Refresbments were served by tlie mall, recording secrelary, Mrs. Te<! Lister, corc.spomllng secretary am! hostess. Shower Party Is Given Hnnni-incr Mrs T nonomig mis. i Mr.-. Dick Watson, treasurer. Filial plans were made for the I tea to be Riven Sunday afternoon honoring the "Woman ol the Year." centered nation examiner and Parker Hay to present the orrilnatloi sermon. The Rev. Carl Castleman. pastor of the Gosncll Baptist Church will preside over the services. Baptist W.M.U. Meets With Mrs. Stransbury Tlie Women'. 1 ' Missionary Union of Ihe Dyc.w Baptist Chmcn met Monday atlernoon at the home Mi* Troy Stransbury [or a Home Mi-:pioil program, with Mrs. Homel Clifton as program lender. Mrs. a A. Burkhnri gave the de votlonnl. Topic of the program was "Commuted Unlo IK" Those taking part were Mrs. Dallon Rogers Mrs. \ r ernon Humphries. Mrs. L. L Jordan and Mrs. Merlin Ray. Mrs. Barnes Crook, Mrs. C. Mo- dlnger Jr. and Mrs. Robert Heuder were hostesses Thursday night when they entertained with « shower honoring Mrs. L. O. Thompson J^. at Mrs. Crook's home. There were 15 guests with Mrs. L. a. Thompson Sr. being a special guest. During the evening, games were played and prizes being won by Mrs. Utho Barnes and Mrs. Rouse Harp. The honorce was presented her gifts, alter which refreshments were served by the hostesses. The home was decorated with attractive arrangements ol gladioli. with a areen potted planl In a white i A pot-hick supper vet servei 1 pottery bowl (tanked by yellow lap- [ crs in silver holders. I The hostess served refreshment* | of a dcsscr, course with Iced drinks, after which Ihe home Missions of leilng was taken. Mrs. Bay Cash dismissed th aroup wltli prayer. lotte Linnea. Mrs. StlvVrs Is the former Miss Gcraldlne Prultt. hrr home, honoring Mrs. J. F Wlenmann, president general of the U. D.-C. Wesley an Guild Members Meet with Airs. Gaines Tht Wosleyan Guild of the Promised Land Methodist Church met Thursday nislit at the home of Mrs. Russell Galues with 13 members and one iiew member, Mrs. Ha- zfl Walker, present. Mrs. Gainc.s and Mrs. Lcroy Henry were !n charge of the program. During the business session, Mrs. Dinner Party Is Given Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Kenley entertained with a dinner party honoring their daughter. Mrs. E. S. Workman ot Portagevlllc. Guests were the honoree's husband and children. Sherry Jean and Linda Site and Mr. and Mrs. Russel Bunch of Blythevllle. Phone 9fiG THE WASHERETTE AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY « Main A Division it Crosstown Date 1S)49 S-T-R-E-T-C-H that D-O-L-L-A-R Weekly Budget vs. High Cost of Living Samford Club Meets The Siimford Club met Wednesday In Ihe home of Mrs. C. P. Jenkins with 12 members and four Ktiests attending- A covered dish luncheon was served preceding the business session. Mrs. Samford Hostess Mrs. Eual Samford was hostess Calvin Hill read the minutes of Wednesday to the Town and Coun- thc last meeting, after which plans try club. She served refreshments were made (or a pot-luck supper to o! a dessert plate with coffee and be held Friday. Mar. 18. at the Iced drinks. High score was won by church. Mrs. Samford, second, Mrs. Lewis The group was dismissed with ' - prayer by Mrs. Marcus Oalnes. Refreshments were served by the hostess during the social hour. Mrs. Average Housewife 1313 Budget Street Re: Blythoville, Arkansas Dear Madam: what you can save by using our service now. wlirhelp you buy those extras you want. That new dress or hat. Or maybe new household furnishings. Then too. it could be that vacation you can't afford. Yet with a little cleverness you can make one dollar equal two. It takes so little effort to put your dally washables Into some convenient container and drop it by our way. You go out most every day any- v,ay. so why not" make that time pay. And another thing. Those clothes will be ready for you in 4ii to 90 minules, or If dried, in two or three hours. Yes, this is > new service. Your clothes are washed in two separate wash waters. The first being warm soapy water, and the second either warm or hot soapy water as you desire. Then follows three separate warm water rinses. 33 gals., of water are used In the process for each machine load. Yon can place the clothes In the machines, or we will do H (or you tit no extra cost. We also furnish the soap, bleach and bluing free. IT'S ALL FOR THE PRICE OF 35c per machine load up to nine pounds in each machine, AND you can dry those clothes for only the price of lOc per machine load. IMRS. THELMA MATHENEY) is our new manager. Yours truly. The Washerette. Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 | Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 1Z:45 p.m. 4:M P. S. figure the oo:l per nnunri. You can really save. BABY CHICKS Healthy. Sturdy • liny (he Heal' • Master Mix Feed . None Finer Lewis Poultry 41fl East Main Phone 3317 Crappie or Catfish 24 HOURS DAILY Special Sunday Dinner 75c Simpson Cafe Art-Mo 8tat« Lln« ,v Headaches WILL RESPOND TO ELECTRONIC TREATMENTS Because It Gets to the Cause! Dr. E. C DAVIS 1510 W. ASH PHONE 2539 BLYTHEVIULE Hours 1-7—Others By Appointment First Church of the Nazarene Corner of 1st and Sycamore, Blytheville, Arkanssi Saturday Unknown Island with Virginia Grey and Barton MacLaiie erlal "Bruce Gentry" No. 1 * Sh.l Conlhmnus $howrng Saturday | 12:30-11:30 Sunday & Monday -TheSun tomfcstji . . . and your he aril I *i with it! li'f a jnjou* ! erurniinnieru.L from M-G'M.'| JEnHEIIE HuDBUlB Paramount News A Selected Sim Cont. Showing Sun. 1:15-11:001 will be dedicated fre« of debt by DR. HARDY C. POWERS General Superintendent Sunday Afternoon at 2:30 Hear DR. POWERS SPEAK Sunday Morning at 11:00 THE PUBLIC IS INVITED • Daniel Stafford, Minister Bos Office Opens 6:30 Show Sta.ts 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00: Starts 1:18 | Continuous Shuws bat. & hu Bargain Night Every M E ht Except Saturday No passes honored on Sundaj il Rosy Theatre • Saturday Arizona Trail with Tex Ritler Serial "Jungle Land" No. S A ShJ Continuum ShmvlnR Saturday 12:30-11:^0 Sunday nnd Monday Fox Movie-lour \ews * Shorl Continuous Showing Sun 1:30-11:(HI

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 14,500+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free