The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 12, 1951 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 12, 1951
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r: rotm Jane Shelton, Society Kditor Phon« 4461 5 Guests Play Bridge With Club al Scrape Home Five giiesls played bridge with the •n,K Club last night when Mrs. Otto Scrape was hostess at her home for K dessert bridge. Mrs. Mai'is Sett 1 em ire. !^. Johnny Fields, Mrs. George Sinyihe of Blylheville, Mis, Max Hart of Os- teolaand Mrs. J.R. Hughes of Grand Rapids, Mich., al Mrs. Billy Lambert, were the guests invited to play bridge wltli the club. Ix>w bowls filled with mixed blossoms and greenery decorated the entertaining rootn in which the small tables were set ii|i. Mrs. Settlemire took nigli score while Mrs. Field won second hist: and Mr«. Baker Turner, bririgo. Martha Hardy Marks Birthday With Parly Martha Hardy, daughter of Mr. and Mr.*, Woodrou- Hardy marked her fifth birthday yesterday afternoon with a paily at her home for 20 guests. Balloons were suspended from the ceiling of the entertaining room in which the afternoon was spent iti party Raines and contests. Dill Kinnimonth and Jeanctta Mask were pme winners. After Martha had - opened aiid displayed her gilts, the birthday cake was cut and served with ice cream and frosted drinks. Favors were presented each College Choir to Appear Here Sunday At First Presbyterian Church Arkunsii.s College Choir will Th present a program Sunday morning at (lie 11 a.m. worship service 'of the First Presbyterian Church. The Choir wHJ appear iti connection with their fourth annual spring lour. The [H'i forninncf 1 will Indite) e co titpu.s] Lions by Ffile.strina, Haeh, Brahms, and oilier well-known writers. A male quartet will be featured wilh a group nf three negro spirit- 't> mils, "Listen to the Lambs," "Wade I In rie Water," nm\ "De Animals A- [ comiir." One nntnber will combine • choir and violin. CHmiixing the program will be "Baltic Hymn of the. Republic." followed by the Mttkin Benediction and -seven-fold amen. Mi's, Dorothy Ijindi.s Gray director h a s been head of Vhe Arkansas College music department since lU-ifi. Stir is a graduate of Lebanon Valley College and of Westminster Choir C'olcge, \vhere she received her master of music. Since IlKtl lime she has done posl- grndviftle study at Eaclmnn Kelioo! of MiLsic:. Rochester, N.Y. Miss Mnr- •iiircl Covey, accompanist, graduated from llendrix College and received her master of music degree from the University of Southern California. She uanifi to Arkansas Cotlefie \\\ ihe Fall of 1950. The violinist. Is coiTRfwi and has been with Arkansas College * RUTH MILLETT Out-of-town for the cele- bration.wcre Mrs, W. T. Chapman »nd daughters of Memphis. Chapler Hears 'Juvenile Literature* Discussion "Juvenile Literature" wiw discussed by MissWlnuie Vhgi] Turner, yesterday for members and guest of Chapter "D" of the PEO •Isterhood. Mrs. C. \V. AfMfck ami Mrs. W. Marlon Williams were lio.s- tesseR at the A/flick home for the 1 luncheon meeting honoring the chapter and guests. Miss Turner, and Mrs. M. B. Foote of Angeles, Calif., houseguesl or Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech. Mixed spring blossoms formed Horn! scene for the luncheon table center design. Miss Turner, who U Blylhcvllle >lementary schools supervisor, pre- nentejl the program in the tneci-ing portion following. Club Eighl, Guest Meet For Weekly Bridge Game An afternoon of playing bridge a Ihe home of Mrs. Otto Scrnpe yes ferri?.y entertained Club Right am one guest, Mrs. S. C. Owens. Spring blooms, lilacs, narcissi atu tulips combined to form bouquet around the room in which the aft ernoon was spent. Mrs. JCSSE M. White took nigh score honors, Mrs. G. O. Poet?., second high and Mrs. Charles Langsten, bririgo. Mrs. Scrape: served refreshments. Ml Members Allcnd -lub Dessert Bridge Atl members of the C1H Club were present last, night for Hie weekly dessert bridge, for which Mrs. W, •f. O'Kecfe was hostess at her home in Holly. High score honors in HID bridge gmnc wont (o Mrs. Ramon Morton, with Mrs, Richnrd T. AlUls \viLinlng nd IIIR!) and Miss Veru Good- ricli, brldgo. Polled plants were h*it a\>oiit the entertaining room. P.E.O. Chapters To Be Represented At Convention Spring Bouquet lops Table (or Luncheon Tulips anrt dnffodils were used to form the centerpiece for the luncheon table at the home of Mrs Max U. Reid, Tuesday when she entertained Ihe Tuesday Bridge Club and one £ucsl wllh a t jun luncheon followed by an afternoo: of playing bridge, Mrs. C. L. McWalers, Jr., was (he club's only guesl. In the bridge e nilie following the meal, Mrs. Je.^se Taylor won hlgt score and Mrs- I>oyle Hender .second high. Mrs. G. Tcaford Hostess [ o ! n-1 own, Guests r.s, Gear Ttiiiioi tl was hosi at her home Tuesday afternoon fo a dessert bridge attended by mem hers nf the Tri-Town Club at two guests, Mrs. W. T- RainwaU: and Mrs. Genii Atkln.son. A profusion nf mixed spr blooms filled crystal vases set tlie entertain ing room for tlie affair Mrs.. Rainwater led the score for the bridge game, with Mrs. At kicison taking second high. uncheon-Britlge Honors Vednesclay Club Members A luncheon-bridge at the home of Irs. Karry Klrby yesterday compli- lenled the Wednesday Club. All lembers of the club were present or the 1 p.m. nflair. >rijig flowers in a rn oJor made up the centerpiece (or he luncheon table. Following the meal, bridge was >laycti with Mrs. C. A. Cunningham winning high score and Mr?. E, J. 'tire, second lilgh. 3i-Monllily Bridge Club \lcccts in Bcsharsc Home The bi-monthly dessert bridge of he High Two Club last night was given at the home of Mrs. Herman ihnrfic, with three guests attending. Mrs. Fred Snuttefur, Mrs. la [lies Roleson flJid Mrs. E'aul Lloyd were the club's guest- lor the evening. In the games, Mrs. W. H. Unison won high score and Mrs. Fred SlcEuinian, second high. Baptist Banquet Is Postponed 'Hie Father-Son bnnquet .originally scheduled for tomorrow night nl the. First Baptist Church has been postponed, it \va.s announced today. Nn\v banquet date is Friday, ihe program lo be on Mrs. E. B. Chitwood. has returnee] home a/l or spending the past ton days in St. Louis with her mother Mis. F'anny Ray of Holland, who was undergoing treatment. Mrs. Hsi> accompanied Mrs. Chitwood home, Mrs. J. W. TomlhLson lias returned Jroni H four months visit in Cal ifonila and Mexico with relatives. Jerry Lowe Is HJ of measles a his, home 011 Highway 61 N- Condltlon of R\\l Fra/icr, who un deiwent un appendectomy Prida at Blytheulle Hospital is reporiet satisfactory. Mr. and Mis, Bud Johnson o >.s Angeles. Calif., arc the IIOILSE- ic.sts of Mrs. Johnson's mother, Mi's, D. G. She-It on ami family. Mrs. W. T. Chapman ami daughters o( Memphis are the house- guest.s of Mr. and Mrs. AK'in Hardy. Mrs. Roger Nelson and daughter. Susan Flo of Memphis are visit ing Mr. ami Mrs, Mark Gwenn and family. Mrs, Horace Scrape and dfujgnter Sara Jo ot Memphis are .spending, several days here with relatives. Mr.s, Claud Kolwyck is ill at her home, 519 iiroudway. Mrs. Louise Harnetl. u'lio ha:-, been employed in SI. Louis lor ih»; past six months arrived here Sunday for several days, visit. Mrs. R. D. Hughes is In Washington D. C. where she is spending two weeks with her daughter. Miss Nancy Hughes. Miss Hughes is connected with the oflice of B. C. "Took" Gaining.*. < Pvt. .lames I,, Smith, wh- stationed at Camp Atlaberrv. is spending a ten day furlough hern as guest of Mr. and Mis. Smith. Mr, and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe returned Tuesday from St. Louis where they hnd none, Monday es- nf pecially for the Wastiingion Untver- Home Reflects Personality Of Woman, Not Decorator Kj HUTU MIl.I.KTT, NKA Slutt WrlUr Twelve Examined At Child Clinic Twelve children were examined + She is marrying » man wliose first wile Is dead and slie is upset. Her husband-to-be expects lier to move Inlo Hie house lie shared with his lirst wife, exaclly as Is. She witnu to know H she is unreasonable In fcelin!; that the. should at. least, do a little re-dcco- yesterday at (lie Well-Child Clinic i ,. jiff...».,» held In tl,e offices ol Die Counly H m « ?"< l Bcl , some rtl( ' eicnt Health Unit here: llllllrc before slle n "»' M '" to be ' Dr. Joe E. Heaslcy was examining I rome mle No ' z physician nu<l he was assisted by I Well, that depends to a large ex- Mrs Annabel Fill and Mrs. Clara j lent on the man's (umiicinl tiitiia- Ambrose, county health nur.srs, and Mrs. Freeman Flobiuson, nutrUton- -st. The Lake Street Methodist Church ras In charge of yesterday's clinic. 1'he clinics are hems sponsore.d by he Blyihe\'i!!e Council of Church Women. Also assisting with ihe cl.inic were Mrs. James Sanders, Mrs. Joe Strickland. Mrs. Dot) I.ntcs, Mrs. W slty brtntl concert. eir son. ,J ,. Green and Mrs. Hugh Whitsllt. wl ,j| e at | easl . for the of the Church Women's - children's security. tlon. If he can afford to let his new wile have the house done over before they move in mid he. loo, thinks its a good idea—fine. But if tie can't afford to or doesn't want, to, that is n different .story. Also, she didn't mention whether or not (here are children by the first, wife. If so, n, would probably be better lo lea re the house as It is for a of the oiineil. Dr. Webb Re-Elected Dr. Milton E. Webb of Blytheville as re-elected secretary-treasurer of the Arkansas Optornetric Assncta- tion at the organization's annual convention Tuesday in Linle Rock. Mrs. Childs Elected Mrs. Mfuguenie Ctxilcls of Btythe- ville was elected vice president of the Arkansas Dental Assistants Association at the organization's annual meeting Tuesday In Lit tic Rock. ; May 4 "Youth". The banquet It being sponsored by Ihe Men's Brother- Uooci-of the church. Cecil Lowe. II, i.s R member of the Hand. The concert was presented nt Graham Memorial auditorium undrr Ihe direction of George \V. Dorlnn. They nltcmled the reception following wliicli honored Mr. «ml Mis. Dorian ami Chancelor Arthur H. compton. They attended the lecture of Boris Cioldofky. Mrs. Lowe was guest of honor for a luncheon in Lhc Windsor Room at- Mcdants, Mrs. Bcnnclt Apple^ute ami Mrs. Jerome O'Neal were hostess to 10 guests, mothers nt Tall Kappa Bpsilon fraternity members, for the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Lambert have as their, Mr.s. J. R. Hughes of Grand napids, Mich. A. fl. WHS removed to his home yesterday from the Blytheville Hospital where he had undergone treatment for several days. His condition is reported as satisfactory and he Is able to be out. JMr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech have as their houseguest, Mr.s. M. B. Foote of Ian Angeles, Calif. Tommy Gracy has been removed to his home at Yarbro from Memphis Baptist Hospital where he had undergone surgery. His condition i£ reported as satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. George M. Lee of Blytheville and Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Kramer of Little Rock, former residents, have reLurnec! from a -1000 SPECIAL PURCHASE NYLONS Chinese Amahs Out For More Pay SINGAPORE IAP) — 'amahs" are out. for more pay. The girl;' and women who work as maidservants lor American families sny they must have cost of living allowances because of the steady mounting costs in this British crown colony. Mast "arnah.s" employed by Americans and Europeans are not pro- If she really wants to marry this mati. a doesn't- seem like a wise ichiR for her to demand that the nou?e be completely changed before she Ks witling to make it her home. .1 ca I ons)' M a y Hear Us '>' I' e.iil Ji has been home to him for j long time and he might suspect i thai his bride-to-be Ls too anxious to remove ftU reminders o! his I list wife from his life. He might mark that feeling up to jealousy, and that wouldn't be a happy start for the new marring?. So my advice is: lake it slowly. Work the changes you want gradually. And remember that you can make a home your own more by the ( strength of yo»r own personality \ than you can by any kind of redecorating. It wilt be your home, no matter w IIH t. And It won't U ke long [or the house to reflect your own personality. Homes always reflect the I women who run them. Livestock 51 Gauqe 15 Denier SPECIAtl NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, III.,! vided with food as they are by j April 12. (AD—(USDA)—Hogs 8,Asian employers. The "amahs", in f 500: active^; 25 to 35 higher than many instances, already have won'"' their point by geUing $10 monthly wage lioosls which gives them an caring of S$S3 to S5100 per month. Wo/f Is'Out of Bounds YORKTON. Sask. (,P, _ A 90- pound male titnber wolf was chased by men on horseback and shot about 12 miles east or Yorkton. Harry Swallow, president of the Yorkton Fish and Game League, said it was unusual for a timber wolf to venture this far south. mile motor tour. The three weeks trip included visits to Mexico. Dallas. Austin and Houston, Tex., Shreveport, La., and Mcna, Ark. Sara l/ju Moody ts ill at her horn* on Walker Avenue. Wednesday's average; bulk good and choke 180-240 Ibs 21.50-75. top 21.75 freely, mostly for weights under 220 Ibs; 240-300 Ibs 21.00-50, few to 21.60: 150-170 Ibs 20.00-21.25; 120140 Ibs 17.00-19.25i 100-110 Ibs 15.0016-25; sows 400 Ibs down 19.00-20.25, heavier sows 18.25-19.00; stags 14.00-16.50; boars 12.00-15,00. Cattle 1,100, calves 400; active and strong on all classes with some uneven gains in price shown throughout; choice around 1,100-lb steers 37.25; other small lots of Rood and low choice steer* and heifers 34.00-36.00; utility and commercial cows 26.00-29.00; canners and cutters J0.00-2e.00. Featuring New Dark Heel and Seam These are a Nationally Famous Brand, the name of which we cannot use at this price! BARNEY'S friendly SHOES "Next Door to Woods Drug Store" The National Geographic Society says H is estimated three to lour million persons have been killed by earthquakes since 600 A.D. PEG Chapters "D" and "Is 1 " of i Blytheville will be represented ut | the two day statewide PEO conven- i tion to be held tomorrow R«d Sat- ' urday in Searcy. ' .{j Representatives from Chapter "D" [ 1 p are. Mrs. B. A- Lynch. Mrs. R. V. ' Kirshner. Mrs. C. S. Lemons, mid Mrs. E. B. Gee. Mrs. Lynch left yesterday for Searcy where she will be the guest ot her sister. Mis. R. E. Garlinpton. Mrs. Lynch will participate in the convention as a past state president. Mrs. Kirshner ami Mrs. Lemons left today lor Searcy Mrs. Gee plutis to join them lomor- Prom Chapler "N" goes Mrs !,. ¥. Old and Mr.s. W. H. Pens?. They left this morning to attend convention activities. swings to spring Events Social Calendar Tlnirscl.iy Mary Marthn Cla.<> uf (hr Kir*l Baptist Church meets at the ho;m:- nf Mrs Ben Mayes at 7 p.m for potlilck supper. Mrs. E, A. Rice. Mrs. Russell Wert. and Mrs. J. J. Cooks- Slldbury PTA has Pilthrrs' Niglll al the school ftt 8:00 p.m Executive Board tncct.s al 7:30 p.m. Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble al T:30 p.m. Krirlay Ladie* Day at Country Club I p.m, luncheon bridge canasta. [ .\Vr.s. Ixty Welch hostess lo Friday Contract Club. Informal ^qiinre dance nighl nt Ihe Country Club. Dr. and Mr.s James C. Guard and Mr. and Mrs Marvin Smith, hosts and hostesses. Duplicate Bridge League plays a I Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. Sunday Tea STI honor of Mrs. 3. C. llvoke. 'Woman or Ihe Year' 3 lo 5 p.m. al Hotel Noble. Spring ii ihe Time for ihe Loveti«il of lillle-girl dresses. . . . Now 11 th« Kmi lo t«* OUT copltvoling collection ol Spring dresiet by LOVE . . . Designed with a flair for young fashion certain to charm your tittle girl, Now Showing: sizei1to3...3loox...7lol4.., B lo M. At Fl\e Hospitals Kljlhfvlllc Hospital Dismissed: Mr*. Kdwftrd McGregor, stccle. .lohn H. Andcr.iOH, City. Mrs. Lottie Moore, Huffman. K. M. Woodnrd, r»!l. F. W. Adam?, city. A. B. nee*«, City. Viin McCoy, Armorfl i O. .Holltndworth, CHj, 2 98 to6 98 200 E. MAIN ST. Listen to KLCN nt 10:10 a.m. and -1:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Ito'x Office Phone 2752 — Office ['hone (ift'lS I!»x Office Opens al 1:-15—Show Starts 2:0(1 I'.M. CONTINUOUS SHOWING KVKHYD.AY Thursday & Friday Tony Dexter Eleanor Parker Also Paramount News A- .Selected Shorts Box Office Opens 6:30 Show Starts 6:45 p.m. THURSDAY & FRIDAY DOUBJ.K KKATVmiC Mrs. Acton with the refrigerator in her home. Mrs. Acton Wins Refrigerator! 'East Side Vlnct MORRIS CHANDLER Mrs. Myrtle Acton of -133 South Division in Blytheville was announced today as winner of the new International-Harvester refrigerator given away l>y Delta Implements in a recent, contest, '['lie contest provided that n new refrigerator would be given to the person who owned the old- est one in this area. Mr.s. Acton's '25 year old electric refrigerator was the oldest one entered. , > it WHS originally uurcfiasixl in September of lOlMi. Delta Implements KUiids beat wishes lo Mrs. Acton—and sincere thanks to all of you who entered the Boniest.

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