The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 16, 1949 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 16, 1949
Page 4
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FACE FOUK gtjmn!!VILLE <ARK.) Amelia Saiiba, Society Editor 9 Mew* NEWS I'hone •! 1G1 |J Mrs. Taylor Entertains Tuesday Bridge Club A St. Patrick's Day luncheon was given yesterday by Mrs. Jesse Tny- lor, who entertained at her home for members of the Thursday < Bridge Club, and two guests, Mrs 1 J. LouU cherry and Mrs. w. T. Old ; of Norfolk, V«. Mrs. Old Is visiting ;. nert aa guest of her nephew, L E £O!d and Mr». Old. A silver basket filled with white snapdragons and tiny white pom Pom chrysanthemums Interspersed with vivid green shamrocks was used as a centerpiece for the dln- •hig table where luncheon was served the eight guests. The haiidmnde place cards, also In thc emblematic green and while, further curried out thc St. Patrick's- Dny color scheme. During the nflenioon bridge Barnes, high score prize went to Mrs. L. E. Old and second high to Mrs iVfax B. Reid. Mrs. Taylor also presented the out-of-town snest with a gift. * » • Beta Sigma Phi Plans Spring Rushing Activities Plans for spring rushing for the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi were made at, the sorority's meeting at the home of Miss Bar bars Child, 633 West Main, las night. The rush season will open with a model meeting, following an election of new officers, at the club room In the City Hall April 5. and will include a rush party Anri; IS the preferential tea A|>ril 17, anc close with a Founders Day and Installation banquet later In April. Girls eligible for pledging wtl be guests of the sorority chapte; at all the activities. The program for thc motic meeting will be n dtecussionof control of environment through work play and health, with Mlfsea Mary Or»y and Wllma Douglas and Mrs Randall Hawks directing the discussion. Miss Child Is in charge of the program. The program lust night, "What Do you Want From Life," was followed by a bunco party. Miss Florence Moore won bunco and Miss Douglas, high score. During the business'seslon, Miss Eutopia Whltworth. president, appointed Miss Dorothy Jean Higeln- eon chairman of the nominating committee. Other members of the committee were Mrs. Frances Gani- mill, Mrs. Hawks, Miss Child and Miis Douglas. A dessert course was served by pie hostess and the co-hostess, Miss Vera Goodrich. There ware U members praient, • • • Thursday Rook Club To Attend Benefit Bridge -nt«£"j!" :TS ° f t!lc ^'""tlny Rook ClUb had their weekly party yesterday afternoon in order that they might attend the 'Benefit bridge game to be held Thursday afternoon at the Woman's Club Hostess at yesterday's luncheon was Mrs. Dale Horn, who entertained the group at her home at the Veterans Housing Quarters Day Spring- flowers were used to decorate the living room of the norne. High score prize In the afternoon rook games went bo Mrs. Fwton Ellis, second high to Mrs. Neville -Diaxemore. anrt rnni-n +« **•,— m_*. 'Lady of the Realm' • Mrs. Montandon Hostess To La Petite Members w »s h os : , f stcrd »X afternoon nt her hems lo nwmbm of La Petite Club ' «™?i "f 0 enl *rtalned two addl- & «"«?*• Mrs - A. R. Wel.n- ksmpand Mrs. o. s. Crowell. A dessert course was served nre- $£*£" bl j"«« B"- In wSteh high score prize Wa s won by Mrs. other * Club Eight Members Meet with Mrs. White ° 1U " s form a colorful settim A dessert course was served. Bits of News Miss Hoise Barnes will represent Blyuicvllle as a "Lady of "the Realm" at the Memphis Cotton Carnival May 8-15, It was announced . once today by the Junior chamber of Commerce, which sponsors her participation In the annual event. As a "Liidy ol the Eealm", Miss flumes will accompany the Hoynl Court on all Cotton Carnival occus- .sions from the arrival of thc Roval Barge U, the closing o; the cole- bration. She will be given two costumes made by the Cotton Carnival Costumes Committee. Miss Barnes will appear on one of the numerous floats appearing in the Cotton C.'ir- iilvnl procc.-i.sion. Her picture will appear on thc Cotton Carnival imi!,'iizlnc and official program. She was chosen by members of the Niitionnl Cottnn Picking Con- tr.s ( Commitlce of the Junior Chamber. Mrs. W. T. Old Is Guest At Informal Affairs Mrs. W. T. Old of Norfolk. V,, Who returned home last nlgnt uflcr a brief visit here ns guest O r her nephew. L. E, Old and Mrs Old was complimented at several In-' formal affnlrs rim-Ing her stay. Mrs. Monroe Grain entertained with a luncheon Monday nt her home on Holly Street, when six -jests were invited to meet Mrs. Spring flowers In pastel shades were used to decorate' thc House for thc Informal affair. Yesterday morning, Mrs. Chester Caldwell was hostess to a number or friends In speclnl compliment to the Virginia vls | tot . cl , te ,. tail ,_ ing with a drop-In party at her home, 1013 West Holly. frs. Old also was a specially Sn- id guest at yesterday's luncheor given by Mrs. Jesse T ~ Mrs. Guard Entertains rn-I'ovvn Bridge Club The presence of {„,„. gllcsts nri(i . ed special interest to the partv uiv- en yesterday afternoon by" Mrs "mts c. Guard at her homo for Mnhers of the TrI-Town Bridge Club. Quests Included Mrs. E. M Terry Jr., Mrs. Dick White Mrs' louse Harp and Mrs. Melvln Hal- A dessert course wns servrcl in lie living room of the home, which was attractively decorated with va- Mnth g Jonquils and hya- High score prize in the afternoon Bridgegames went to Mrs. Onrrnrd <-.audlll. and second high to Mrs Read Courier News Want Ads ADAMS APPLIANCE CO. Sue's Beauty Shop 310 Dougon St. onnounces Miss Eudora Farris Brooks Graduate of Vogue Beauty Acad« my , ChicVgo I* Now Employed by Us As a Specialist in WAVING, SHAPING HAIR STYLING Beauly Work at Popular Prices Operators: „ . * Sue Francis Appointment Eudora Brooks Phone 2910 La Ncuve Club Meets With Mrs. Hunter Sims Mrs. Hunter Sinis Jr., was hostess lo members of La Ncuve Club and une additional guest. Mrs. Russell H. Farr, when she entertained «t her home on Walnut Street. High score prize In the bridge mes W as won by Mrs. N. G Jerome and second high by Mrs. Weidon ftamwaler. A dessert course wns i,ervc< the hostess, who used Jonquils other Spring flowers lo dec. her home for the parly. by and At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Fred Oeorge and baby, Lux- Mrs. Be.ssic Mayhnll, Rt i. Mrs. Bob Raybuni, city Mrs. Tommy Lcc Ciirlin Rt, i Mrs. E. C. Bell, Hiiyti, Mo ' ' lilytheville Hospital Mrs. Fred McGregor nn<i baby, Rebecca Jackson, city. w £ Irs - Mary Lou Etlwiirrts, Cooler, Mrs. Lcioy Owens, Manila Airs, pearl Powers, Cooler,'Mo. Mrs. Joe Donald Greenwell »ni daughter, Donna Marie, of Mem phis are sp.ndl.ig a week here a guests of Mr, and Mra. Paul Oreen- M'tfs, Bea Moore underwent a m»- or operation yesttrday morning »t Memphis Hwpilal. Her skteis, Mrs J. n. Lunsford »nd Mrs, Johnny Edwards are In Memphis with her. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Baugh- mnn ol 401 E. Kentuclcy, «re the parenu of a son born Saturday at Walls Hospital, The couple's first child, the baby has been named Michael Maurice. Mrs. Baughman U> the former Miss Lucille Abbott. .. Love " Wheeler, 6-year-oW son ot Mr and Mr.s. Ellis Wheeler ha« been dismissed fror.; Walln Jfospiti! where he has been undergoing treatment for measles and complL- catlon«. He Is now much Improved after having been seriously ill for three w*elu. Mist Mildred plumbers nns returned to H«rd(nj College, Eearey after « visit here with her mother, Mrs. w. C, Shearln. A junior Harding, MUs Chambers was accompanied back to Searcy by Edwin stubblefteld of Searcy, who motored ovei for her. Thomas Bell, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Bell, and t student at Southwestern. Memphis, will appear with the Swthwettern Singers in th» early Spring when the Bach B-Mtnor Mass will be presented. As a member of the Singers, Mr. Bell haj recently returned from a choir tour of Alabama, Miisifslppi and the northern part of Florida. He is a member of Kappa Sigma fraternity, snd a sophomore at Southwestern. Jesse Taylor Jr., Is ill with chickenpox nt the home a t his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Taylor. Murray Smart and Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon were in Memphis yesterday afternoon to visit Mrs. Smart, who is recuperating al Baptist Hospital there following an operation. Mrs. Smart's condition is improved jind she plans to return home late this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mister and son have as their guest his mother Mrs., Edwin Ellis of Pocomoke City Maryland. ' Mrs. W. A. Stlckmon. who Is undergoing treatment at Blytheville Hospital, is Improved. Mrs. Raymond Fowler and daughter, Carol Leah,- of St. Louis, Mo are here for an extended visit with Mrs. Fowler's sister, Mrs. R. c Allen and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Friend had aa their weekend guest, George Day of CofTman, Te.vas, who is taking i special training course m Mcm- J. R. Williams of Oroville. Calif. Mrs. \v. M. coppedge and sons Thomas and Bill Coppodge. of Itta Bena .Miss., Mrs. E. T. Harvey of Liberty, Miss., Mrs. H. H: Williams of Baton Kouge, La., tar. and Mrs. B C Cla ? k of Lake Village. Ark., and Mrs. o. L. Mccall of Enterprise, Ala., arrived yesterday afternoon to be with Mrs. Sum H. Williams and daughters, and to attend funeral services today for Mr. Williams, Mr J. R. Williams was a brother of the Blytheville banker, and Mrs. Coppedge, Mrs. Hiuvey, Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Mccall a n are his sisters Mr. and Mr. Kranlc Nelson re- Mrs. Baxter Entertains Lake Street W5C5 Unit Un. O. M. Baxter «ntert»lntd memb«r» ot the Woman'i Society ot Christian Service of L*ke Street M»thodlst Church Monday afternoon ».t her home, when Mn. H. E. L«Bhot WM cohosles*. Mr». Billy King was In chir«« of the profrim on the theme "Human Values In L«bor Quejtlons." Mr». King gave the meditation on "Steep Climbing," and led the group In prayer following the opening hymn. Awlstlng in presentng the program rw«r« MM. Don Lutz, Mrs. jo« Strickland ind Mrj. Oeorge Shank*, and prayer w»s oHered by Mn. Iverson Morris. The business stislon was presided over by Mrs. Oeorge Stllwell, and the group was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Qeorgt Crews. During the social hour th* hoo- Itues icrved refrejhmenU. Legion Auxiliary Elects Delegates to Conference Delegates from the Blytheville chapter of the American Legion Auxiliary to the Spring Conference to be held In Little Rock tomorrow were elected at last night's mtetlne of the group »t the Hut, Blytheville members who will attend «re Mrs, B. p. Stewart, president of the Auxiliary. Mrs. Sam Godwin, Mrs. Paul Mahon and Mrs. James Nierslhelmer. Mrs. Stewart presided over the business session. Later the Auxiliary members served refreshments to members of the Dud Cason Post of the American Legion, who were celebrating the national birthday of the organization. Calvary YMA Meets With Miss Jean Norman Miss Jenn Norman entertained Monday night at her home for members of the Calvary Y.W.A., when :he program topic was "Racial Sucstlons." Ten members, Includ- ng one new member. Miss Mary Glascock. were present. Participating on tile program were Miss Mnry Agnes Peeplcs, Miss Glas- :ock, Miss Evelyn Jo Hudson, Miss Serna Pondrcn, Miss Patty Ora- i»m, Miss Norman, Miss Lucinda Cole and Miss Ramona England "rnyer *•«» ofTfreri by Miss Norman. Refreshments were served by the wstess during the social hour which followed the program. Coming Events Social Calendar ThuruJij Mrs. R. A. Copeland will b e ho _ tew to the Blytheville Rook Club .Mrs. John douse will entertain the Avtlon Bunco Club The a. N. B. Club will be enler- tilned it tile home or Mr«. Byron Mrs, Dale Home will be hostess to the Thursday Rook Club Mrs. Henry Humphreys will entertain the Thursday Contract Cluh The T. N. Club will meet it the home of Mrs. dene Dickinson Mrs. A. G Little, will entertain memberi oj the Thursday Club The Mid-Week club will meet at e home o/ Mrs. j. Lo uta Cne The Pathfinders class of the First Methodist Church will have their social meeting at the church, 7-30 p.m, Thursday Nu Phi Mu sorority meeting with Mrs. Gilbert Hammock, 8 p.m Benefit bridge party at Woman's Club, 2 p.m. The Pathfinders Class of the First Methodist Church will meet «t the church for a covered dish supper it 7:30 p.m. Friday Mr«. Harry Klrby »nd Mrs. W. H Pease entertainin. members of Chapter N, F. E. O. Sisterhood with » luncheon nl Klrby home, 1 p. m The Past Matrons and Past Patrons club will meet at th.e Woman's club at 7:30 o'clock, for covered dish supper. Hostesses, Mrs •I. W. Adams Sr., and Mrs. W. A Stlckmon. Mrs, James C. Guard will entertain the PYiday Club members. Mrs. Lcndennie Fowler will hostess to the C. B. o. Club. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1«, 19 1] be rVomen's Handicraft Club to Meet Monday Mrs. Ornar Stevens, chairman of the Women's Handicraft Club his announced that the next meeting of the group will be held Monday bt at 7 o'clock in the County Ainnt's Office in the Court House. Stencillns «-|ll be the subject akin up at the iii«et|nj. ta whteh IIP public Is )nvit«d, according to Mrs. Stevens. night (rom Pensncoln. turned lust Pla., whore thw had been guests of their daughter and' son-in-law Ensign and Mrs. Robert N. stair Mr. anrl Mrs. ROSS Hughes and son, Ross Dillon Hughes, returned last night trom Dallas, Texas, where Nancv thty spent jtveral days with Mlts there 't's Spring in Fairbanks: Parking Meters Return FAIRBANKS, Alaska, Mitch IB •)i—A sure.,«lgn spring is on the •a y has popped up on Fairbanks' tieets. Parking meters, placed In warm storage all winter, ire doing business at their old standi today. Police removed the meters after the temperature first dropped to 50 below zero. At that temperature they'd still swallow nickels, but motorists couldn't turn the handles "or set the dials. They'd frozen solid. Hu»he«, who ii employed • AT FITZPATRICK'S • Sterling Silver HOLLOWARE VALUES UP TO $».»8 -One Wee* Only!- 0 ffcicc 1 on this very special sale are beautiful sterling « cr Hurricane Lamp B> Sherbets, Bon Bon.s, C i e artH« Holder,, Compotes, Candle Sticks, .nd Salt and Pepper f*l«. Uu can save more than hn!f on mauv O f these Kon .'T' 1 " 'I 1 ' 6 " 8 f ° r y ° Ur to slop m this week. Jewelers _ , Phon* 2728 Takes On ,y 3 Mi r, u tes to Open A Charge A ee9unt » Presbyterian Women Meet in Circle Groups Women of the First Presbyterini Church met Monday afternoon and evening for the final session of the church year In circle groups. Each circle chairman was presented with a sift from her members during the social hour, and each hostess served refreshments. Circle One met at 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. H»ys Spradley, with 12 members and one visitor, Mrs. Ross Stevens, present. Mrs. Vernon Thomasson. circle chairman, presided over the business session, and Mrs C. M. Gray, assisted by Mrs. 5. E Tune, presented the program on "The Apocalypse: The Climax and Culmination of the Whole Drama Pictured Symbolically." Fourteen members of circle Two met with Mrs. W. C. Gates, with Mrs. Leslie Hooper as co-hostess Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty, circle chairman, was in charge of the business and Mrs. Herman Carlton presented the program. The same program theme was used at all the afternoon circle meetings. Mrs. W. A. Dobyns and Mrs B L. Eubanks entertained 10 members of Circle Three at the home of the former at 1:30 o'clock. Mrs. Harvey T. Ktdd, assisted by Mrs Jesse M. White, gave the program nnd Mrs. W. E. Young was in charge of the business. Circle Four met at 8 o'clock Monday night at the home of Mrs Walter Day, with Mrs. Hugh Hudson as co-hostess. Twenty members attended. Mrs. C. P. Ramuo presented the program, using as her topic, "Budgeting Our Time!" and HBS assisted by Mrs. J. E. Carter who gave the devotional. Mrs. j' C. Walsh, circle chairman, presided over the business session Wilson News P.T.A. Meets Tomorrow The Wilson Parent-Teachers Association will mecl Thursday at 3:00 ?„•'" .'" lhc l ''6'« school aurtilorlum. ^£f, m n °, (ht March '"•°S ram k tweptlnnal Occupants". B R Walker of Jono.sboro will be guest "£,"! k ", a " d wil1 "••* a -' "I-' toP'o Rehabilitation". Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wadsworlh anc family were the Sunday guest* of Mr. and Mis. M. B . Kinzer in Arlington. Tcnn. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Trammel of Sikeston. Mo., arc visiting their son, Clinton Trammel, and Mrs Trammel this week. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wiley and children spent the week end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. H, C. Craig in Muniord, Tenn. C. H. Lowrance formerly of Rector, Ark., has accepted a position with the Wilson Drug store. His family will join him later. Mr. and Mrs. Hussle Perry spent the week end with her mother Mrs. Eva Craig in Muntbrd, Tcnn. Mrs. Craig accompanied them home for a week's visit. John Ellis, son of Dr. and Mrs. ,V. B. Ellis, who attends the Baylor School for Boys in Cbatianooga, Tenn,, is spending the spring holidays with his parents. He was accompanied home by Billy Hidal?c of Guayaquil, Ecuador, who also attends Bnylor School. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lovelt and SOPS spent the week end with his mother Mrs. Edna Lovctt in Lynn, Miss. Mrs, J. M. Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Pisnk McDonald were the week end guests of Mr. Bill Raymond at the Hotel Peabody in Memphis. Mr. Raymond, whose lome acuhpss Is New York, Is a representative of the Air Transport Association, Mrs. Bill Carter of Luxora was the guest of her brother. Gilbert Wiley, and family la s t week Egyptian pictures dating bil far as 3,000 B. C. depict w scenes, showing almost all "holds" known and used loci the sport. set Continuous Shows Box Office Opens ] -.45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12 : 45 p.m. 4-30 n Wednesday & Thursday Friday * ***•« f*e*t»/rs m* /CUM GA8l£ / WAITER WDGEOM / VAM JOHNSON I BRtANOONtEVY - • V OWMt UMHI Selected Short Subject] Continuous Showing Everyday Coming Soon to the Ritz March 29-39 JOAN OF ARC with Insriil Bergman and Jose Ferrer Kelvinator gives you —It's cold cfoar fo the floor! seem £t Your Plymouth Dealer'j FRIDAY • I«ok! Amaiingly more slir.lf space, plus thc Viomia Fruit Fre«hc!ier that keejx fniits and »oft drinks • Big 12 qt. crispcr keeps leafy greens garden fresli; magic ehcU folds to hold bulky foocU. • Palariphere-poweren 1 , . . Kelvinator'i colrl.maker that's scsled-in-aiccl, permanently lubricated! Com* in and s«» tf>« comj»f*f> fin* I Fro»«o Foorl Che»t hold' 40 jwmwis of packaged frozen food* »nd ice culie»! E. B. Gee Sales Co., Inc. 117 South 2nd Phone 2026 I I Box Office Opem 6:3* Sluiw Sta.ti S:U i Opens Suudjy 1:0«; Starts 1:J»I Conllnuuui Showi Sat & Sun. I Bariain Mghl Ever; Nlfbt Except Salurda) No passe* honcral on Suadaj KOIT Tkeatr* Last Tim* Today (DOUBLE FEATURE) IVY with Joan Frmlahie and Patric Kno»]fs Case of the Baby Sitter with Tom Neal and Papula »lak« Thursday & Friday Hurricane Dorolhy r.amour >t Jon Hall Selected Short Subject

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