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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JULY 1949 Amelia Saliba, Society Editor Phone \French Rebuild Glamor Liner, lie <de France, In Effort to Regain Rich Tourist Business Miss Whitworth Engaged To Mildred George Bunch Til* engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Xathcrine Eu- lopla Whltworth, daughter of Mrs. James William Whitworth and the late Mr. WhltKorth of Blylheville, to Hlldred George Bunch, son of Mrs. George Bunch and the [ate Mr. Bunch also of Blytheville, Is announced today by her mother. The wedding will be solemnized Friday morning, July 29. at 0 o'clock at the First Methodist Church. The Rev. Boy I. Bagley, pastor, will officiate. The bride-elect Is a graduate of Blytheville High School and is also a member of the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority. She was formerly employed by the Delta Lumber Company in Blytheville. ilr. Bunch was graduated from Ihe University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. and the University of Illinois. -He is now engaged In farming. Bridge Luncheon Given Honoring Miss Collins The E.F. Fry home at 305 East Davis was the setting Saturday 'morning for a bridge luncheon when Mrs. Fry entertained complimenting her niece, Miss Mary Stacy Collins of Memphis, who will become the bride of Robert A. Mchaffey of Knoxville In a wedding to be solemnized In early Fall. During the morning bridge games prizes were won by Miss Barbara Monaghan and Mrs. Freeman Jcrn- igan. Miss Collins was also presented a gilt in her crystal pattern. The two course luncheon was served at small tables with each .being centered with a bud vase of roses. Other bouquets of mixed flowers, including zinnias, were arranged throughout the entertaining rooms of the home. Adding to the attractiveness ol the decorations on the tables were tallies, which were handpalnted mlnatine faces of each guest and dressed as a bridesmaid. The score pads were also hand- painted bridesmaid dolls. Centering the dining table, which was overlaid with a cloth of lace, was a figure of a doll dressed In a white satin wedding gown and standing In a flower bed of white asters and feverfew, flanking the centerpiece were white tapers burning In silver holders. - The hostess was assisted In serving and greeting the guests by Mrs. H. F. Collins, mother of the honorce. Miss Collins chose for this affair a printed sheer green and white frock with white accessories and pinned a corsage of white carnations, presented to her by the,'hosl- .ess, at her shoulder. Mrs. Fry wore a blue chambray dress with Mrs. Collins choosing a slimmer sheer of blue ana white. . Out of town guests who attended Included Miss Mary Louise Mc- Daiiiels of Memphis and Miss Betty Dale of Prentlss, Miss. Mrs. Boyd Complimented At Melvin Halsell Home Mrs. Melvin Halsell entertained with an informal aflernon party at her home at 1313 Walnut Saturday honoring Mrs. William Q. Boyd of Arizona, who Is visiting with her mother, Mrs. S. P. Martin.' Several Interesting events have been planned In honor of Mrs. Boyd during her visit In Blytheville. * Guests at the affair Included .fourteen of the hororec's Intimate friends in Blytheville. A green and yellow color scheme "was carried out in the decorations of the home and in the refreshments served. Low crystal bowls filled with summer flowers, with roses and zinnias predominating, were attractively arranged throughout the home. During the afternoon, Mrs. Boyd <(^ presented a gift by the hostess ^^^freshments of lime sherbert. punch and individual cakes were served. Mrs. Jack ChnmbMn and Mrs Ben Mac White assisted the hostess in serving. Mrs. Boyd was again complimented, when Mrs. Dale S Briggs entertained with a bridge luncheon at her home, 1316 Holly Thursday. Chi Omega Rush Party Given by Miss Wunderlich Miss Donna Wunderlich was hostess Friday morning when she entertained with a rush party for Chi Omega Sorority rushers at her home at 820 Hcarn. The reception rooms of the home were decorated with attractive arrangements of summer flowers In crystal and China vases. Out of town guests who attended Included Mrs. Waller Daniels Jr., Mrs. Boyd White and Miss Pegey Jane Driver of Osceola. Each I'ushee was presented with a corsage as they entered the home. Miss Wunderlich was assisted in serving by her mother, Mrs. W. J, Wunderlich. • « • Coming Events Social Calendar Monday The W.M.u. Circles of the First B:.plist Churc'' will meet as follows:- One, Mrs. E. L Crouch; Two, Mrs. C. M. Smart; Three, Mrs. Leslie Moore, Four, Mrs. Harry Brooks: Five, Mrs. Russell Marr; Six, Mrs. Jim Crafum. Miss June Buchanan will be hostess to the Y.W A. ol the First Baptist Church at 7 p.m. Tuesday Ti-l-Town Bridge Club will meet at the home of Mrs. James Terry Wednesday The Junior G.A.'s of the First Baptist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. AIDert Enderlln at 2.30. p.m. Thursday l-wenlielli Century Club dance at Ine Legion Hut at 8:30 p.m. Hosts and hostesses nre Mr. and Mrs Newton Whilis. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Webb, Mr. and Mrs. otho Barnes, Mr and Mrs. L. C. Posey. Jr.. and ivlr. and Mrs, Joe Freeman Blytheville Hook Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs R. A Copelnnd. Mrs. Harold Hlnson will be hostess to the Thursday Rook Club. Mrs. Norman Speck will cnlcr- Iv.n the Avalon Bunco Club. The Gosnell WS.C.S. will meet at the church at 2:30 p.m. Friday Mrs. E. M. Holt will be hostess to the Friday Rook Club. The C.B.C. Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. A. A. Hardy. AI The Hospitals Blytiieville Hospital Dismissed: ' Don Jarrett, Memphis. W. R. Hall, Armorel. Mrs. Wendell Phillips, city. Dan A. Blodgett, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: James Harder, Reeves, Mo. Mrs O. A. Garrelt, RL 2, city. Jame.-i Collins, Steele. Mo. Mrs. Beatrice Garret' and baby, Rl. 1, city. Mrs L. C. Lawrence, Osceola. J. G. Wn tic Ins, city. Stevens Tidwcll, Veterans Housing Quarters, city. Mrs. Julia Smith, Kennetl. Mo. Mrs. Jewel Taylor, city. The annual mining oi'tpul of Custer county, Idaho, ranged from $1.000,000 to $1,500,000 during Us bonanza years. The armies r' the Egyptian King, Rameses HI were well-equipped with iron weapons. Bits of News Mrs. Phillips Ro'Jnson Jcft yesterday morning for Nashville, Tcnn., Io join her mother, Mrs, S. J. McCarthy and .ier sister, Mrs. M. Ocrr.ild and will return Io Winston Salem, N. C. with Lhoin for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Baker Wilson had as their gucr'-s over the weekend. Mi. and Mrs. James M. Crews and Mr, nnd Mrs. Horace Harwell of Memphis. Tcnn. Misj- Dunna Wimdcrllch left yesterday for Memphis where she will attend Ihe summer session at Southwestern. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Hind- ninii and daughters, Kay and Ann went to Memphis yesterday to attend the MOAT pe.Tonnance of "Nanphty Marietta." Miss Virginia StvrarcnRen returned ye.-tm!ay from Ret 1 tor where she \vas the o-uost of Miss Mary Jo Piireoll. a sorority sister of hers at University ol Arkansas. Miss fivvc-iuengep was <?one for two V.'CPrLS. Miss Hetty Dr. 1 anil brother. David ol PrctUiss, Miss., arrived Friday to oe the quests of Mr. and Mrs. Ken tin I! '*crry and family Mis. 1 * Dale will v.nain here for a tu'o weeks visit and her brother returned to their home yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Jo.ssc Taylor spent the weekend in Memphis She went especially to be with her sister-in- law. M rs. Ed Hn rd i n. \v ho Is n nalient at the Baptist Hospital. Her "fHtion "s l«>'"-oved and she will probably return home Wednesday. Mrs. Wyatt Henley returned from Little Hork tociny where she visited for two day* as gi'csL of her daughter, Mrs. Ashley Haddick and family. Mr. and Mr.s. George Lee are spending today in Memphis. Condition of Carey Mason, who was admitted to tho Blytheville Hospital Friday morning and underwent an appendectomy Saturday morning, Ls improved. He Is unable Io have visitors. Miss Eloise Yates returned from Dyersinirg. Tenn., yesterday where .she has been for several weeks. She was temporary manager at the Drcifus J 'welry Store there. Mr. and Mrs. C, S. Birmingham, Mr. and Mrs. Pa ill Presson and dai-Rhter, Martlynn, Tony BhtrJng- hfim and Mary "'t Robison motored through polnta of Interest in Kentucky and Tennessee yesterday Lieutenant Frederick Eaton of West Point arrived Friday to spend several days here as guests of Ro-^ Dillon Hughes and hi* parents, Mr and Mrs. R. D. Hughes. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Llrwcomb spent Sunday In Osceola. Condition H. B, Hodge, who suffered a light stroke at his home at Half Moon two weeks ago r re- TTKims the same. ~l"Wr. and Mrs. C. H. Wallace and son. Dan returned from n two weeks vaca- n spent in points of interest In Tc.xn- and Old Mexico. Henry Wilson, who Is attending Vanderbilt. University, Nashville. Tenn., snent the weekend here with Mrs. Wilson nnd " mSty- Mr, nnd Mrs. Leon Burns are the parents of a son born Saturday night at Blylheville Hospital He has not yet been named- Mrs Burns Is the former Miss Hazel Josephine Rutledge. WATCH For the Grand Opening of GRABER'S Completely Remodeled Store on or About August 15th ^ POLIO % INSURANCE HOSPITAL TREATMENT BENEFITS UP TO 55,1)00 ^ WORLD S LARGEST COMPANIES As Low as $3.00 Per Person a Year OPEN NIGHTS as a special service for those who can not call during regular hours . . . Open 'til 8 p.m. UNITED Insurance Agency Isl & Main — Rear City Drug "All Your Insurance Needs 1 ' ' Before you |o anywhere—Buy Traveler! Accident Insurance—Only 25c per daj- • AGENTS WANTED • By Richard Kleiner N':A Surf Corre»p<»idrnt NEW YORK—(NEA)-IJke any self-respecting French glamor girl, the He de France has to have a lew changes made now and then to keep up with the latest styles 'I'.ils time, the lie. •H.SOO-lon passenger liner, has hud the works at (he Pcnhoet shipyards, st Nazaire. When she strains Into New York harbor July 27. .she'll be n new woman. She'll have two smokestacks Instead of three and an entirely new pjienrance resulting frpm rc-ilcslgncit upper decks And, on the inside, she's been completely rebuilt after her heroic work is a vnrtlnic tronp carrier. Hfr capably has been decreased from 1518 passengers (o 1343. but i quarters have been made more luxurious. The rebuilding was (tone alongside the battered submarine pens built by the Hermans at St Na- xaiie. and now the He clc Pran-c will be compiling for tourist dollars with (he two Cunard "Qucons which also were stripped of their luxury to carry troops through sub- Infested waters. Although the bin French luxury liner Normandlo was wrecked by fire In New Y-vk during the war. Prance will have another big ship next year The ex-German ..uropa. turned over io the French as reparations. Is now being rebuilt at S'. Nazaire. Taking a quick look at the latest In floating comfort, the He de France Is now equipped with everything from Apartment <D? Lnxe) to Writing Hoom 'First Class). The Apartments (Dc Luxe)'— there are 12 such-arc each named for a famous French chateau and each decorated by a well-known artist "to reflect the spirit of Us namesake," Each lias a bedroom, salon and bath. There arc five bars aboard the h poll THE NKIV H.E r>K FitANCK arises alongside the battered mbnurilw pens built l>y the Germans a( SI. Naiaire. The lie's new two-slack «r- ranjcnicnl and re-designed upper rtecks completely alter her appearance. He, r. :IBI»B from the Cafe de and have running water and each Paris (done in mahogany and de- | and every day. a complete menu signed, the French Line says, "for i k Printer! (or the doggies, Includ. passengers desiring complete es- ln S. each and every day, a chef; spcciaJ. Social '- *-- ' " passeng cape from carr") io the Tourist Class Smoking Room bar whose pas.sen(;r;is. presumably, can get their escape from care in a room done in light colored veneered wood with eggshell satin finish. There are three beauty saloons. for eacli of the three classes- first, cab:n and tourtl; two gvmnasiums: two libraries;' two read- cially for lhe P" r P°sc. . eals for individual pets may be ordered. In the past, pampered pooches have devoured such specially-prepared treats as rabbit's head stew and roasted chicken with watercress. Three dining rooms lake care of the meals Each Is air conditioned and decorated daily with fresh cut flowers, carried espe- ing room: three smoking rooms- and one writing room. Among the fam-frr features of the fabulous He is ils kennel for passengers' dogs. They are heated I Food ' prepared by a batterj or 123 chefs. Menus are newly designed There are three elevators for first cl passengers Cabin class passengers have one large elevator. The Line stopped thre. but the chances are there are some stairways for the Tourist Class people. The Orand Salon is decorated M'ith two lacquer panels by Dunand—"Conquest of the Horse" and '•Fishing." The lie has a fully-equipped hospital, prinls « dally newspaper, has a modern theatre, drug store valet service—and a wine cellar which carries 5600 bottles of champagne. 26 00 bottles of wine, 12.000 bottles of mineral water 2000 bottles of 'wer and 14,000 litres of draught beer. And—oh. yes—there are engines nnd propellers down there somewhere. THE NEW I,A LIBERTE Is also being reconstructed al SI. X Llberle, formerly the German liner Kurn,,a. w |]| ,„ hack into wn . it . e ! In 1950. The stern fla s belongs to (he He de France Siamese Government Boosts Cotton Project ! Agriculture Teacher Perfects Hornless Cow BANGKOK —OP). - The Slame.se government has decided to allocate $660,000 during next year to en- I courage rice and cottori planting in special settlements In the north, central and southern provinces The Public Welfare Committee whose chairman k Premier Phibun , SongKrnm. has asked the Director- j Oeneral of the Interior Department to make a survey of unemployment I conditions in the provinces. It is intended to offer work at the settlements to as many unemployed .*s will accept. WEBSTER CITY, Iowa (AP) — ! E. c. Clover, vocational agriculture I in.nraeior in the Webster City! schools, has gained nationwide at-i icmion for !m work with hornless ' caltie. I Clover spent more than four • years drvelr.pir.g a herd ol Guern;cy cattle which are hornless. He '.vas named a director of the recent- ly-forniert National Polled Cattle Promotion Club. He now has a herd of IG polled rattle, all descendents of his original stock. Now! Toni Home Permanent TWICE as EASY- TWICE as FAST (^i.irantrecl to cive you tht most natural-looking wave ever New Method Direct.on* COMPLETE SET ' NEW TONI SPIN CURLERS No mote rubber b.-mds — all plastic -- ' Our Special SALE OF Fine Lamps Continues. . . Many Hems Below Cost! The GIFT SHOP Moss Bryan 103 East Main Street WE, THE WOMEN * B.v Ruth MJUelt, NEA SUlf WrlUr Children Won't Benefit If Living Room Is Tavern ihildren being taken into bars Co •lew television shows. Parents vvlio lake small children iilo bars to watch television shows nve posed n problem (or Detroit's oltce force Says a sjwkesnmn o( the Policewoman's Division: "There is no law under which we cnn prevent minors entering oars provided thnt they are accompanied by their parents or guardians, that they do not drink mid that Hie parents keep them under control However, it is obvl- ruisly a bad Huation We blame thf trouble on televirion. Parents either want to see the shows themselves or want their children to see them." It IS a bad situation And yet it isn't much worse than a design for a family living room recently touted to a leading decorator. "Family life In the future." said Hie decorator, "will be centci :d nromid « bar and television set." And he rtecora'ed a room showing how "charmingly" that could be arranged. 50 that the American living room could compete with the nearest bar. To my mind, it's no worse to laKe a child to a bar to see a television show than to turn a family living room into n replica of the commercial cocktail lounge Barroom May Be Heller It may not even be quite as harmful, actually. For chances are, the youngster who is taken out to a bar to see n television show isn't going to spend every evening in that kind of atmosphere. But if his own living room Is built around a bar and television set. then he's going to spend even- Ing after evening before a television set while papa acts as bartender for any grown-up friends who happen to drop in. Police forces may worry about R1TZ THIATR BY REFRIGERATION Continuous Stiuws Box Office ()pen$ 1:45 Show Slarls 2:00 K:UO a.m. 1^:45 p.m. 4:30 p.i LISTEN TO KLCN Last 1'ime Today The Lady Gambles with Barbara Stanwyck and Robert Preston r'aramnunt Xrwy * Srler-led Short* Con't- Showing Sunday ItlS-ll.OO Tuesday Only I Wouldn't Be In Your Shoes with Don Castle and Elyse Knox Short Subject Continuous Showing But nobody seems to be worrying about the danger of the living room being turned into a private cocktail lounge. Just watch your decorating magazines and you'll probably iJJKce the Increasing p-ominence ol^ihe bar and television set in the illustrations of family living rooms. One way or mother we seem to ue too willing to go crazy over new ideas that distract its from normal living. KOK or tier Shuw Start* 7ilHJ Opens Sunda> I:WJ: SUrl* 1:1! Conlinutius Sbuws Hal & Kua Kurkiair) Kichl £ver> Nlgbt Kxcepl Saturday *kO passes honored on Sunday Koxy rhralrr Last rim* 1 (DOUBLK FEATURE) Four Faces West with -Toe! McCrta and Frances Dee ,— '* Sitting Pretty wllh Maureen O'Hira and Robert Younf Tuesday and Wednesday Tffii 'Robin, oodi IMS. *Mmmm^m Also Short Coming to the R1TZ NEPTUNE'S DAUGHTER, «ilh Ks- ther Williams. Red Skelton July 27-28-29. DOWN TO THE SEA IN SHIPS, wilh Richard Wiilmark, Bean Stockwell, July 31-Auj 1. COUNTESS OK MONTE (JK1STO, with Sonji Henie, August 2-3.^ I SHOT JESSIE JAMES, with TrIK ton Foster, John Ireland, Barbara Britton, August 6. MANHANDLED, wilh Dorothy La.- mour and Dan Duryea. KNOCK ON MY DOOR, with Humphrey Bogart and John Derek. 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