The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 23, 1951 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 23, 1951
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE, Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Robert 8. tfuery nd family and Mrs. Perry Jane ShelUm, Society Kditor Phone 4461 Buffel Dinner Party Marks 50th Birthday The 50th birthday of George Sellers last night was marked with & buffet dinner party at- the home of his. daughter. Mrs. Grin Borten- hamer at lti<? air base. Fourteen family members and guests attended the affair, Potted summer blooms topped the serving table and were arranged throughout the entertaining rooms, Following dinner, birthday cake ami ice cream was served and gifts were given the hcnorec. The remainder of the evening w?s spent informally. Mrs Bodenhamer was assisted during the affair by Mrs. Jamcx Rhodes. An out-of-town guest was Mrs. Martha Chenutt of Little Rock who Is visltinp her daughter, Mrs. Emma Sellers. Always A Favorite TLE. Guest Play Bridge at Neeley Home* The TLE bridge club and one guest, Mrs. Harlin Brown, last night were entertained by Mrs. Joe Np.oley when she was hostess at her home for the club's weekly evening of bridge. 'A dessert course was server! preceding the game. In ivhlcli Mrs. j Brown won high score: Mrs. Otto Scrape, second high; and Mrs. Bill Lambert, bridgo. Club Members Attend Weekly Bridge Session All members of CHlb Eight attended the weekly session ye.ster- day for which Mrs. Graham Suri- bury was hostess, at her home 'on He.irn Street. Mrs. Charles Langston led the scores In the bridge game, with Mrs. a- O. Poet?, winning second high and Mrs. Otto scrape bridgo. Refreshments were served. • * • Church to Hear Address Tonight The Rev. Chalmers Henderson nf Oklahoma will address a congregational dinner of the First Presbyterian Church of Osceola tonight at 7 nt the church. The Rev. Mr. Henderson will appear under the sponsorship of the church's Pulpit Committee. The church has been without • pastor for Mveral months following the resignation of the Rev. L. T. i»wrence.' : : who li now pastor ot the 'Bop* Presbyterian church. •,"--. ;• • - - ''' : * '-."'. phurch to Begin Revival Meeting A Mrtes of revival ^ meetings will be conducted at Lake Street Methodist Church Aug. X through Sept. Service* will be held each evening: it 7:30 by the pastor, the Rev. George L. Me Oh eh ey. Bits of News ners of Hazel Park, Mid spending this week here wit Carrie Muery and Sgt. am Arthur Bahn. They also ar< Ing In Sleele as sjuesls o Muery's mother, Mrs. Oscar ind family. Mr, end Mrs. J. T. Westbn Paul returned last night week's vacation at Rocky Bottom ARK.)' COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, AUOOTT M, Bum- Mrs. visit- Mrs. Isbell. ok and Mrs. John P. Holllngsworlh left ye.sler<i~y lor Tor-ranee, Calif.. to| join Mi". Hollingsworlh to make! their home. She wlus motored to | Calitornia by Mr. Hollinghworth's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Albert Hol- anrt Clcmson, S. C.. and Ga., where they were the g relatives. Mrs. Dan Wallace has retL her home in Kansas Cits spending several weeks he relatives. Mrs. T. I. Seay left to Vlsth '§8492 " 12-42 By Sue Burnett A leader 'In ,tne fashion parade season after season is this tivo [)lecer that Is .so smart and perfectly tailored. Make it two ways — in monotone, or have the Jacket contrast with the skirt. Pattern No. 8402 Is a scw-rite perfnrnlcd pattern In sizes 12, H, 16. 18, 20; 40 and 42. Size 14, monotone. 5'i yards of 36 or 39-Inch. For this pattern, .lend 30c In COINS, yonr name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN. NUM- HKR. to Sue Burnett Courier News 372 W. Qllincy Street. Chicago 8 111. Send 25 cenls today for the Fall and Winter FASHION. 48 pages of smart, easy to sew styles; Interesting features; fashion news. Gift patterns printed Inside the book. Coming Events Social Calendar Thurarlaj Phcbean Class of First Baptlsl Church has 1:30 p.m. meeting ai the home of Mrs. Pearl Lanib :i\; North 5th. •Duplicate Bridge League meets a Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. • Friday Mrs. Leon Davis and Mrs. Jin Hall entertaining Stitch and Chat er Club. Mr. and Mrs. Qua Eberdt enter tainlng Past Ma tons and Patrons a their home for monthly potluck sup per «t 7 p.m. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League meets a Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. dall Hawks, and grandson, fiome. They had been svien summer months there. H. R. Partlow of Paragoi Mrs. James Hill has returned from j r>d his son. H, a. Parllow 'Graham. In Blylhevill.e tod company her daughter. M~n. Ran- tlanta, csts of ned to after e wt'.li LUXORA NEWS Bi Mr. O. C. UrtVOT Mrs. Russell Bowen entertalnad with a four-taile morning bridge party at her home Wednesday. Game prizes were won by Mrs. G. C. Driver, Jr., hlgt; Mrs. T. F. Hudson, second; anc table lows by Mrs. Eliiabelh. Slllinan. Mrs. T. L. Stanford, Mrs. P. M. Bonds and Mrs. Sam Bavin. Mrs. A. B. n>zelle and children. Mrs. H. E. Payje, Mrs. Elmer Hall and son. Mrs. Jclm Ford and daugh- ay forjlcr. and Mrs. 5. B. Rozelle were to. ac-1 Lookout Moiintiiii and Chattanoo- Harne. 1 ! Hospital. St. Louis, where she bad undergone treatment tor several weeks. Her condition Is reported as much Improved and she Is able_to receive visitors. Mrs. Ada Thomas of Aurora. 111.. s the Iwiisegtiesl of her niece, Mto cieo Bradley. Allreil Earl stabler of Blythevllle eccived a Master of Education degree Tuesday night [rom the University 01 Mississippi In summer Commencement ceremonies, il was announced today Miss Annla Lou Wilson, who has Deen speiuiing several days here with licr grandmother. Mrs. Dan Stout., will bo Jollied this afternoon by her mother, Mr.s. C. Lewis Wilion to return to their home In ] Memphis. MLss Mailrine Gailher,] student nurse at Memphis Baptist i Hospital, was Miss Wilson's guest; Blvthcvllle Hospital for the weekend* she returned to Dismissed: Randy, ing the d join- nd son, y tor a gii, Tenn., vislurs last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ray whitmore and children were Hot Springs vacationers last wetk. The Brolhcrlood of the First I Baptist Church, entertained al a trip to Nashville and LuptoJ Tenn waten »<-lon su|»er on the church to visit the elder Mr. Partliw's rcl- law " Wedncsdiy night, with 21 atlves. They will return Sunday. Mrs. W. E. Wallace and) Mrs. C. H. Wallace spent yesterday In Memphis. / Mrs. H. S, Wallace am) daughter. Myra Jane, have returned to their home in Nashville after several weeks' visit with Mrs. Wallace's oarents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wal- Irice. Mr. Wallace motored from Nashville to accompany them home. Mrs. Tull Johnson and son. Tull members and gie.sts present. Miss Nora Wse is spending a week vacation In Chicago. Upon ] her return .she will spend another week visiting nlatlvcs in Athens. Alabama. Mrs. M. c. Ancti of Memphis Is the honseguest this week of her daughter, Mrs. Joe Gentry and family. Mrs. Stella V>l!nwr tif Memphis was the guest <f her parents. Mr. —Courier News Photo ACROBAT RANCH—Miss Carolyn Cockrell (left) tries a pair of youngster-size shoes on little Randall Hall in the new children's section in Barney's Friendly Shoe Store. 219 West Main, as Mrs. Eric Hall and daughter Linda look on. Called "Acrobat Ranch," the new Western-styled children's section will hav» its formal opening beginning at 9 a.m. tomorrow. ,,, .,, . . ., ••---• . T...., HIL 51,11.11. ,, uti jall--|lln. Ill, will Join Mrs. Sally Freeman | and Mrs, M. C. 3ooke. Sunday Saturday for a trip to KoBlieucr. " *• ~ * >. Airs. Charles Kruney and uhil- Minn where Mrs. Johnson will en- ,ircn."who'havf lien' vi'iitlng her tci Mayos Clinic. parents. Mr. au4 Mr.s. W. C. How- Al Flip Hosnitn's Mcmphls Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Aulcn announce the birth of their fourth daughter Tuesday afternoon at Memphis Baptist Hospital, Mrs. Martha Chemilt of Little Rock Ls Ihc (?ucst of her daughter. Mrs. Emma Sellers. Tommy Newton Bennett. [I. Ls the name which has been selected by Mr. and Mr.s. T. N. Bennett for Ihelr third child, a son born Tuesday at Walls Htvspital. They have two daughters, Charlotte Pave and B"rbara Jean. T. A. Folscr Li attending a con- ventlon of the Life of Georgia Insurance Co.. In New Orleans. Mrs. Folger accompanied him or. the trip. Mrs. Lee Powell and son. Waclo'n ,'Ul return from Cnlhoun City. MLss.. Sunday where they are vLslt- Ing relatives. MIsJi Ann Hester tins returned from a. two weeks visit in St. Louis as guest of her cousin. Mrs. Stanford Smith and Miss Phylis Pye- land. Miss Jackie Rayder, who Is a student nurse at Memphis Methodist Hospital, Is visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rayder of Manila.' Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Dalley will leuve 'Monday f ri r Indianapolis. Int.. to visit their daughter, Mrs. H. L. Burr and Mr. Burr. .Mrs. J. Fan-is McCalla Is In Har- llnger, Tex., visiting Mr. McCalla who Ls spending the summer months there. Mr. and Mr.s. Donald Deskin and daughter, Diane, will arrive this weekend./rom Flint, Mich., to make their home, in Blythevllle. They »r9 Fro'mer Blythevllle residents. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil L. Kelly and Mary Ruth Thennan. Wilson. Walls Hospital isjnl.ved: Mrs. F.. Gogsiii!. Steele. Mrs. James Spain, City. Half Moon News Mr. slid Mrs. G. C, Driver enter-) Tlie Fidelis Class of the First! stags 13.00-15.00; boars 10.50-13.50. :ained Tuesday on the occasion 'ifjn, ap tj s t Church held ite monthly Cattle, 1.1CO; calves. 900; a few Pvt, and Mrs. John Haynes ot Biloxl, Miss., weie weekend guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Alexander. Pvt. anil Mrs. Haynes were accompanlid home by Mr and Mrs. Alexander. Miss Judy Aiderson and MLss Ann Rowland Vxth of Hot Springs are the guests o! Miss Clcone Mitchell. Miss Joan Han-ion, who has spent the past two months with her sLsler. Mrs. Tortmy Page of Raleigh. N. C. has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Slaughter of Augusta. Ga., are visiting friends and relatives this week. 'They will be accompanied home by their daughter, Miss Ruth Slaughter. Mr. and Mrs^ H. C. Buck are visiting in Corpus Chrlstl, Tex., with their daughter, Mrs. Marshall Lesher and Mr. Mrs. Gertrude ville visited her Howard and Mr Charles Slang to Memphis whe as guest of Gene Mr. and Mr are vactioning i tucky and vivg M. John Bu daughter. Judy are visiting In Little here. is visiting trie NSfEYS (BshC owers of Blythe- >rother. Gnderon Howard Sunday. 2r has returned he spent a week Wade. Elgin Dtxon Tennessee, Kena. of Poplar Bluif s and relatives ard, left Tnesdfy for her home Chicago. Mr. and Mrs W. E. Head and daughter, Martla Nelle, spent the weekend with nlativcs in Missouri/ Miss Head remaned for an extended visit Urs. o. B. Carter entertained Sunday with a birthday dinner for her grandson, Carl Roberts of Osceola. Guests pesent included Mr. and Mrs. Carl Roberts of Memphis. Mrs. Cieo Ilardn and daughter and Mr.s. Mary Hun of Saline City, Ind., and Mr. and Sirs. Jimmy Roberts of Osceola. The Training Union of the First Baptist, Churct held a wa"terme!on social on the church lawn Friday evening, with 10 members present. Mr.s. Thomai Boswell of Atlanta, Georgia returred home Sunday by plane after a three day visit here with her mother. Mrs. Julia Owen, and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs R C. Bryant. Mr. and. Mis. C. P. .Powell and Mr. and Mrs. .'. T. Self have returned home afttr a visit of severa days with Mrs. W. D. McClurkln and family al Nashville, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lawrence ol Ann Arbor. Alich.. are the house- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Long for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bennett, of FlinV, Michigan, who have been vacationing In Florida spent a few days here with Mr. and Mrs. Long vihile en route lo their home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tudor of Fort Worth. Texas are the visitors of Mrs. C. C. Waller and family for Back-to-School Shoes! VALUE! MEN'S GYM SHOES 2.29 Thick rubber soles! Cool, washiible duck uppers! You'll gel plenty of mileage oul of flicsc riiKRed, Icing- wearing K\m shoes — and see Iliat price! HV low! Bliurk with tire> (rim, sixes !i'/j lo 12. Boys' Sizes 21/2 to 6 2.19 Jr. Boys' Sires 11 to 2 1.98 TEENS' STRAP FLATS 3.98 The; make your feet look oh, so graceful! Smart shell pumps with a slim double si rap across (he vamp, low heels, long-wearing synthetic soles. Yours in smooth red or hlack lealh, sizes 5 to 9. BOYS' STRAIGHT TIP OXFORDS 5190 Styled like his Dad's! Good-looking slrnij;ht- tip oxfords with ru)j- ped composition soles, thick rutiher heels — these are real values al Penne.'J's price! ??? or brown) si/.cs 1 lo 6. CHILDREN'S SADDLE OXFORDS 4.98 Boys' or girls' brown and white with thick white rubber soles and heels. The all around thrifty priced sluie. Sues'S'/ 2 lo 12 SI. 19 PENNEY'S SHOES... FOOTPRINTS OF QUAJLITY! '""I ! several days. Ala., this week. )down; heavier sows 17.25-19.25; their children's fourth birthday with business meeting at the church a party at the Memphis Zoo follow- Monday night. After a business ses- ert by a late afternoon lawn parly sloni presided over by Miss Mar_, .,.,.,_ , j ?aret Mo , mt p rMldcn - t- G vv. Hall gave several guest selections, accom- at their home, Mrs. Mary C. Crawford was a Jonesboro business visitor Tuesday. Mrs Sue M. Brown left Tuesday for Memphis where she will spend several days with her daughter. Mrs. W. H. Gowcn, and family. Mrs. J. D. Hires and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kochenderfer and son, all of Memphis, were Luxora visitors Sunday wl£h friends and relatives Mrs. J. N. Hunt of Tupelo, Miss., was the housegeust Friday* of Mr. Rnd Mrs. Sam Bowen. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert J. Fowler announce the birth of a son. John Martin, Aug. 20. Mrs. Fowler Is the former Miss Wanda Koch. Mr, Fowler is presently serving In the Nnvv *n Pacific waters. panied by Mrs. T L. Stanford. Dr. and Mrs. H. S. Harris of Troy.j Mo, were recent houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Wilkjns for several days. utility and commercial butcher yearling steers about steady at, 27.00-31.00; utility and commercial con's 23.00-28.50; a few 27.00; canners and cutters largely n.00-22.50. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111.. Aug. 23. ((Pj— (USDA)—Hogs. 7.500; weights 180 Ibs up uneven; lighter weights 'and sows steady to 25 higher; bulk choice 18o'-230 Ibs 22.50-40; largely 22.35 down, top 22.50 for few loads; most 240-270 Ibs 21.50-22.10; 270-300 Ibs 21.0050; 150-170 Ibs 20.50-21.75, largely Miss Frances Reed Bowen Is 21.50 down; 125-140 Ibs f7.15-2l spending this wek In Covtway, wherfc she Is attending a Student Council Workshop. The Luxora Book Club met Tuesday night at the home of Mrs, Charles Howard, with 16 members present. Mrs. A. B. Rozelle introduced the guest 'speaker, Mrs. Carroll Watson, of Osceola, who presented recordings on family relations. After a business session, presided over by Mrs. J. T. Mifflin. president, the hostess served ice drinks and cakes. Mrs. G. A. George. Jr.. and children are on an extended visit with relatives in Victeburg, Miss. Tye Adams is'visiting his mother, Mrs. Nannie Adams, in Enterprise - -- _ 20.00; 100-110 Ibs 16.00-17.25; sows 400 Ibs down 19.50-20.50; mostly 20.25 Heavy Duties The medical examiner's office of New York City, which ti concerned with the, investigation o! dcatN» caused b y violence, handles aS average of 16,000 cases * year. 'V ON PAGE 11 WONDERFUL! THE LITTLE DRESS WITH BIG BUTTONS R&K gives it the look of a coatdvess, with disc-like buttons, a neckline that closes high or opens to a plunge. It's beautifully shaped for you in pure wool, in new fall ^^ ^ colors. a? advertised in Mademoiselle Air Conditioned by Refrigeration 'Lisfen to Kf.CN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Box. Office Phone 2752 — Office Phone 6998 Box Office Opens al 1:45—Show Starts 2:00 P.M. CONTINUOUS SHOWING EVERYDAY --Moke the R1TZ Your Entertainment Headquarters : NO MOSQUITOES NO BUGS FEINBERGS Use Our Convenient Lay-Away Plan THURSDAY & FRIDAY Starring Moonlight •^•^ * ** * DORIS GORDON DAYM AC RAE|| Also I'nnimounl News & Selected Shorts '!*€ AIR CONDITIONED \fr Conditioned hv Rrfriguratlnn BOX OFFICE OPENS 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Thursday & Friday— 2 Big Hits Mjrm mo of m r-*rw M/M Of THi ROMAN . COMING SOON TO THE RITZ DEAR BUAT with Mona Freeman, Edward Arnold SHOWBOAT with Kalhryn Grayson. Ava Gardner, Howard Keel (In Technicolor). ACE IN THE HOLE with Kirk Douglas and Jan Sterling ALICE. 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