The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 30, 1949 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 30, 1949
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PAGE rou* BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS New* Ajaelia Saliba, Society Editor Phone 4461 Several Parfies Given For Blytheville Visitors Mrs. Prank whitworth entertained with an informal drop-In party at her home 1206 chickasawba Sunday afternoon honoring her sister, Mrs. Joe Watson and daughter, SCary Jo, of Chula Vista, Calif., and Mrs. Clifford Joyner Jr., of Union City, Term, a sister of Mr. Whitworth who are their houscguests. Approximately 100 guests called between the hours of three and five. The dining table was covered with a:cut work cloth and centered with an attractive arrangement of yellow gladioli and daises. Adding lo the attractiveness of the decorations on the table were the assorted party foods which included individual cakes iced in yellow, mils a n d punch. Mixed summer bouquets were arranged throughout the home, • Mrs. Whftworth was assisted In the receiving line by her mother. Mrs. George Mathis. Those who assisted in serving were Mrs. Fred Flecman, Mrs. Joe Beasley. Mrs. R. C. Allen Sr., Mrs. Eddie Reglnold and Miss Marguerite Mathis. ; Out-of-town guests who attended included Mrs. A. T .Colar. Union City. Tenn.. Mrs. Riley Jones. Mrs Gene Fleeman and Mrs, Bilbow Osborne. of Manila, Mrs. Wilson Head, Campbell, Mo., Mrs. Don Fletcher, Joiner, Mrs. John Whitworth, Mrs. Victor Bell and Mrs. Elliott Sartain of Osceola. Mrs. Ed Cottncr of Wilson. Mrs. J. R. Litz- elfelner. phoenix. Ariz.. Mrs of Moscow, Tenn. and Mrs. H. L. Kuestr of Fort Bayard. New Mexico. Mrs. Whitworth was also hostess Monday when she entertained with an afternoon |>arty complimenting Miss Mary Jo Watson of California Twnty five of the younger sc! attended the affair which was held between Ihe hour of 3:30 and 4:30. ' Sandwiches, nuts, cookies, individual cakes and punch were served during the afternoon. : Other parties given honoring the put of town visitors included a party Saturday night at the home of Mrs. Fred Fleeman with Mrs. Joe Watson as .co-hostess. Saturday night, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Owens entertained with a barbecue chicken dinner on the back lawn of their home on 215 East Kentucky. Mrs. Joe Trieschman entertained with an Informal morning party Monday at her home with Mrs. Jack Garrigan being hostess to a dinner and bridge party for the honored guests and Mrs. A. T. Cloar of Union city. Tenn. The dinner party was held it her country home. ..iA luncheon was given yesterday in Memphis in their honor with Mrs. H. O. Pnrtlow and Mrs. R. C. Allen Sr. being hostess with a bridge party last night at Mrs. Pirtlow's home. : - * • • Surprise Party Given For Rev., Mrs. Stafford The Rev. and Mrs. Daniel Stafford were honored at their home IpO East Dougan Tuesday night with a surprise farewell party given by members of the First Church of the Nazarene of which he wa.s pastor. Approximately -50 guests attended the affair. ;The Rev. Mr. Stafford has resigned as pastor of the church in Blytheville lo accept a pastorate at the Nazarene Church in .Monroe, La. A pastor for the church in Blytheville has not been selected. ' Following the opening of the gifts, the remainder of the evening was spent Informally by the Iced drinks were served during the evening, • • • Mrs. Poetz Entertains Bridge Club and Guests Mrs. G. O. Poetz was hostess Tuesday when she entertained Club Eight members and several guests at her home on 1214 Chickasawba. During the bridge games, high, score was won by Mrs. Poetz with Mrs. H. G. Partlow' winning second high. The home was decorated with attractive arrangements of zinnias and gardenias. Following the games, Ihe hostess served a salad course. Friendship Class Meets With Mrs. Marvin Razer The Friendship Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church met Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Marvin Razor. There were eight members and one guest. Mrs. Bill Banister present. The devotional entitled "Prayer" was given by Mrs. Pa! Chitmon, after which Mrs. C L. Evans and Mrs. Razer led In prayers. Following the games played during the evening, refreshments of Ice cream and cake were served by the hostess. CKl.KKKATK GOLDEN WKDDING ANNIVEKSAKV-Mr. and Mrs. Lee David of Manila celebrated their anniversary by holding open house at their home in Manila recently. Mr. and Mrs. David were married in Trimble, Thin., June 18.1889, and have made their home m Manila tor the past 41 years. They are the parents of Eddie B. David realtor in Blytheville. Club Women Back Boysville Project Near Forrest City The new Board of the Forrest City DWric t ol the Arkansas Federation of Women's Clubs In session in Wynne, yesterday went on record as approving wholeheartedly the Boysville project, determining to encourage Individual members to give the project all support possible Mrs. r. T. Hill, of Imboden, district president, appointed a com- mi'tee. composed of Mrs. Geo. Lee, Blythevillf district treasurer; Miss Chloe Van Beher, president of Har- rlsburg Club, and Mrs. Carroll Watson, pre.sicienl of Qsceola Club, to select a meeting place for the Spring 1950 Slate Convention. This convention, to be held in [he Forrest City District for the first time .since 1022. will be a special tribute io Mrs. T. T. Mrtrdts of Harrsbiirg, new prescient of the Arkansas Fcderaton ' of Women's Clubs. Mrs. Hill appointed Mrs. John W. Edriiigton of Qsceola. chairman of an entertainment committee lo he composed of past district prei!- dent.v Mr.s. Geo._Lee of Blythe'Mlte was nr*med chairman of a finance commiltcc with Mrs. F.. J. Butler of Forrest City and Mi." Dorothea McOowan of Cotton Plant as coworkers. Other nrcjects lo be undertaken in the Forrest City District during the next two years are: a Fine Arts Contest with a scholarship to the Music Cainn tn DuQnoin. HI., and aid to the School for the Blind. Mrs. Mardis reuortintr on thr recent Nat'onal Convention In .Hollywood. Fla.. said that a rrsolntion wan unanimously ndootcd opposing compulsory federal health insurance. After a luncheon server; in the Proerrssive Club Room, Mrs. Hill closed the meeting by r e-pini)h;'sl7.- ins her ihemc for her two yenr administration — Bllildine a Belter Community and a Rnlter Wnrlri through Service. Thr* Forrest City District Federation will aim toward more club*, more club motnlii rs. closer co-operation, more fellowship, and srenter efforts toward unrierMamling the diffc'rr-nt pr-n- plcs of the world und their riiob- leirs. MYF and Counselors Guests of President Jackie Elsies, recently elected president of the Senior-Young People's Methodist Youth Fellowship, entertained 21 members of the MYF and three of their counselors at the pot-luck supper on (he lawn of her home on Davis Street Tuesday. The supper was served buffet .style from a table on the back lawn. The gue.sts spent the evening playing games, group singing and listening to records. The group presented MLss Mamie Adams, director of Christian Education at the First Methodist Church, wilh a gilt. Miss Adams will leave soon to lake a similar position in Conway. Other counselors present besides Mi5s Adaril.s were Mrs. Nelle Gossett and Henry Arncy. The hostess \vas a.ssLsted in entertaining by her mother, Mrs. Tim Rstes. Coming Events Social Calendar Friday The executive board of the W. M.U. of the First Baptist Church w'l! meet at the home of Mrs C. L. McWatcrs Jr. nl 2:30 p.m. The C.B.C. Club will be entertained nt the home of Mrs. Paul Byrum Mrs. Earl Damon will be hostess to the Friday Rook Club. At Hie Hosoitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Bill Chcatham, city. Dameirice Sloan, city. V alls Hospital DisrnLwcl: Mrs. Fred Talkinglon, Bragg City Mo. Mrs J. C. Lewis. Dcering, Mo. Read Courier News Want Ads Pythian games were established at Delphi, Greece, In 586 B.C. MANY NEVER SUSPECT CAUSE OF BACKACHES Thi« Old Treatment Often Brings Happy Relief Wlicn disorder of kid tier /unction rrrmila poisonou;: matter to remain in your hlrnxl it may C^U.«P n.iRpinf: bncVache. ihrnm^tic rains. Ice pains, loss of pep nnj energy crt- tinR up nijrhts. awcllinc. puffine:-* \mdcr (hr C5CS. headaches nrirl dizziness. Krc-nuonL or Ecanly r.i.^nKen with iimnrlinfj ar,il htmiing Sometimes shows there is somcthinc wmnB With your kidneys or bladder. Don't unit 1 Ask your dnipurisl fnr Pann'n Pills, a ^mutant, diuretic, usod -iit-cc-MiiHv by million for over 60 ypRrs. DoanV fnvc nappy [cliff and ^ill help the IS mite* of kidney lut'C«- flush out pmjonousw^ste 1 wm jour blood. Get Do»n*« Pilla. OLD FASHIONED 4th of July CELEBRATION Fairgrounds Amusement Park in Memphis Free Picnic Grounds • Parking Space Plenty of Shade and \Valer • Games and Contests Oj Fireworks • New Rides and Concessions Lots of Prizes and Surprises Park Opens at 10:00 a. m. on Ihe Fourth Box Office Open!- 6:45 Slum Starts 7:110 Onrns Sumlai 1:00: Starts 1:15 Cnntintiuus Shows Sat A- Sun Bargain Night Kver} \l£ht Except Saturday \o passes hnrtnrrci on Sanrfaj a Rotj Theatrt Thursday & Friday Scudda Hoc, Scudda Hay .lune Haver A- Lon McAllister Also Short* Bits of News Mis. W. B. Hunter of Long Beach, '•Ml., left today for Palls Church, Va., to be the guest of her daughter ''efore returning to Long Beach. ihe hns spent, the past several .'eeks here as guest ot another aiightor. Mrs. E. B. Gee and Mr. Gee. Mrs. Ben White went to Shreveport, La., to he Hie guest of her daughter. Mrs. Hunter Sims Jr. nd Dr. Sims who Is a resident >hj'sician at one of the hospitals there. Mrs. Harvey Bench and son. John 'aul of Osceoln. Mo., returned to heir home this morning after hav- 'ng spent the past week here wilh ier sister. Mrs. J. C. Cherry and ici two niecc.s. Mrs. Robert Weed- nan and Mrs. Ed Cherry. Those from Blytheville who vent to Senatobia, Miss., to attend the wedding today at the Methodist Church of MIES Jane Sheridan of Senatobla ami George Grlndcll Hubbard of Blytheville are Ross Dillon Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. Rube Carson, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hoke, ML« Betty Woodson, Robert McHaney, Johnnie White, Joe McKSnney of Steele, Mo.. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chamblin ind Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Htlntley. Staff Sergeant Don Allen returned to Illinois where he is sta- :ioncd at Scott Airfield after having spent his 30 clay furlough with Mrs. Allen and his parents. Mr. ilxl Mrs. M. A. Allen. Mrs. Allen will join her husband there in LXVO weeks. Mr anil Mrs. Roy Morris had as .heir guests for several days, Mrs. Morris' aunt, Mrs. H. E. Curtis ind daughter, Eleanor and Miss ^larie Williamson of Meridean Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Buford Martin and ran. Jerry and Mrs. Edna Baker ind daughter. Miss Willie Baker will leave tomorrow morning for Cambridge City. Ind.. to be the guest of Mrs. Leslie Shell and fam- ly. They plan to be gone a week. Mrs. Shell is the daughter of Mrs. Baker and a sister of Mrs. Martin ind Miss Baker. Mr. and Mrs. George Duvall and children, Jim anil Sylvia spent several days in Evansville, Ind., as ;uest nf Mr. and Mrs. Max L. Thomas. They also visited with Mr. •xnd Mr.5. Stan Hopper and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barren in Henderson. , They were accompanied home >y Johnnie Barren, nephew of Mrs. Duvall. who will be their guest. Mr. and Mis. F. G. Reichel had as their guest, the past week. Mrs. Relchel's sister. Mrs. H. L. Kue-str and Mr. Kuestr and children, Jerrie and David of Fort Bayard. N.M. They will visit points of interest n the north before returning home. Mrs. W. H. Fitzhugh was called :o pine Bluff last night because of -he serious illness of her father, 3. C. Thompson, who suffered a heart attack at his home and is now tn a Pine. Bluff hospital. Her mother-in-law, Mrs. W. F. Fitz- nugh of Helena, who has been visiting here for the past week, remained here with her grandson. Jordan. The Elev. W. H. Pitzhugh ... an instructor at the church camp at Petit Jean near Conway and had planned tu return lo Blytheville tomorrow. Mrs. Jack Saliba and daughter. Miss Barbara Saliba and Mrs. Andrew Moses returned from Rochester, Minn., where they underwent a check-up at Mayo Brothers Clinic there. Nicky Weedman, son of Mr. and Mrs Hurry Weedmcm is confined to his home. 116 East Davis with THURSDAY, JUNE 80, 194» Big Paul Bunyan 'Goes to Town' Getting Paul Bunyan decked out for this year's Chicago Railroad Fair takes a heap of work and material. The 35-fooi. latex replica of the legendary character, being constructed in Pittsburgh, Pa., gets outfitted, left above, with buttons the size of pie plates, it took 12 blankets to make a shirt for the whopping figure o! the North Woods woodchopper. Some idea of the size of the hand is shown at right above, as a girl worker puts the finishing touches on Paul's "manicure." He'll be equipped with a pair of blue eyes, right. When s\-nchronizcd, they will move in a life-like manner. Marseille .originally known as Masilia, was founded in 600 B.C. a foot injury, he received while playing at a friends home. He cut his foot on a coffee can, yesterday, and was taken to Blytheville Hospital for emergency treatment, Mrs. Reva Wilder left today for her home in Santa Pe, Calif., after having spent the past month here. She will go' tn Senatobla, Miss., to meet her daughter, Mrs. Jack Chamblin and Mr. Chamblin who went for the Sheitdan-Hnbbard wedding there, and who will accompany her 10 her home for a vis- It. Mr. and Mrs. Chamblin will also visit Bakersville and other points of interest in the west. They plan to be goue for about three weeks Italian Theaters to Get Aid to Help Local Talent ROME —fJ'j— Italy will spend 229.847,000 lire ($383.0001 tills year for subsidizing private theatrical companies. The amount is split in small .subsidies varying from 5500 to $3.000 to some 80 companies and small theaters. Of the total amount 5.200,000 lire uil] be to support production of plays in local dialect. To encourage the companies to produce new plays by Italian authors, the Undersec- rciariat of State for Theaters and Tourism gave a bonus of $500 to the companies which produced n new plays by Italian authors during the 1948-49 season. To Battle Malaria BANGKOK — lot — The World Health Organization is sending team of seven malaria control experts to Thailand to conduct one to Id-year anti-malaria campaign here. The team will come from India. King of the Beggart Tells How He 'Bummef His Way to Wealth SINGAPORE—(#)- -A begf>r'« r*i» should rx patched but respectable— poor but not filthy. Singapore's uncrowned king of the beggan was serving to* ind with It his precept* for success in his calling. Owner of a comfortable home, he lives the role of prosperous Towlcay (wealthy Chinese businessman) by day. Night's, however, he dons hi* bet- gar's garb to tour his domain and see how his community of 150 bee- gars (s faring. After 30 years he Is ready «j| settle down and watch his chtJF dren's future. He plans to let th« three decide for themselves If they want to follow In their father's worn and shoddy shoes. This day, he was attired in a spotless white singlet and wid« black trousers. "Begging Is not easy, young man." warned the Beggar Prince "A successful beggar needs tact, psychology—and a strong sense of the dramatic, for without experience you would wind up in the gutter The successful beggar Is never poor. People think that women, the weaker sex, are easier for beggars. Nonsense! They are mean, unappreclatlve of a good performance, and they give advice instead of money. Men? They ar? more pracllcal and more generous, particularly when they are out with women." Read Courier News Want Ada. 4 RARE IRIS $1 Knglish Originations, ullmt through catalogs it as hifh AS (4 p«r tuber SUNSET GOLD KUming orange, vet? heavy bloom)DC CONSTANCE MEYKR BrUJiiB red, U unusually beautiful flower OOC ROSfc Dainty Orchid m color and like an orchid IB shape One ot (he most altrartiYC flower* cmwiy Bl.A'JKMAGIC Jet black rerj rar*^ Plant now, wUJ multiply fire time* first year. EXTRA ?$ Rainbow Mil-lUnneuHu added without extra charge \t JOB order today: Send $1 to CANTERBURY GARDENS Dept. 184 Empress Bide. Seattle 4, Wuk. Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1 :45 Show Sl;irts 2:00 8:00 a.m. 12:15 p.m. 4:30 p.m. I.ISTKN TO KLC.N COOL . . COOL . . COOL Refrigeration Air Conditioning Thursday & Friday JjgjJSJjSSSSitSSWW'' V^G-MlTKHNlCOlORH Also Shorts Continuous Showing Everyday COMING SOON To The Ritz Theatre T1IK STKATTON STORY wilh June Allvson anrt James Sit wart NtrriJNK'S DAUGHTER with Rci) Skellon, Ksther Williams t:U\VAKI>. MY SON with Sptnccr Tracy 2nd Drborah Kerr BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIM OFFICE NORTH TENTH Phone 3151 ffs in Cannon tenjdoth, can suds in your washing machine! $ 1 .99 Alwayi color-bright, loft and fluffy, wonderful . . . *h»y IcK'a lo b» scrubbed, tub'oad. fr.d washed. Pert'sct for beach, barh or boudoir in such dsfectab'9 colon «i b'-e, yellow, whits, p : nl. SI;es 4 to 9. Medijm v'oth. LiiH* Kliss Horuybuqi in sizai 9 to ). with * 3Vic b«ck sfrap. coiot_ CH!CK_ I 6l 'Ho^ybugt" •! J J 99 COIOR_ C O 0._ Family Shoe Store •'112 West .Main Phone 2312 HOBBIES SUN DUET ,r-^ 4 * ^ H £1 Coflon denim l«o piece play suit wilh pique frosting on huge pockets and brief sleeves. This dress is made of sanforized seacrest denim. Colors: Giecn, maize, faded blue. Sizes 10 to 16. $7.99 See our complete line nf gay new Shorls, Pedal- Pushers, T-Shirls, and Sunback Dresses designed for your Kourfh of July celebration. FEINBERGS i ,

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