The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 27, 1949 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 27, 1949
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PAGE FOUR BLYTOEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Amelia Saliba, Society Eilitot Phone -Ulil Dessert Bridge Given Honoring Mrs. Boyd The Colt-man Stevens home was the setting Monday for a drasert hi-ldge honoring Mrs. William Q. Boyd who has uceu compliincntcU at several social affairs during her visit lie''(? Kith her mother, Mr.s. S P. Martin, Out-of-town eursls pro.-ciil wore i Mrs, Frank Edrington, o.irco!ri, and , Mrs. Boyd's sister. Mr- J. R. Lit- ; zelk'lner of Phoenix, Ariz. | 1 Refreshments u'e/e .*ervprt by Mrs. S'r-vons and Mrs Newell Jerome, co-hostess, at small tables each being centered with a bud vase of roses. ArransernenLs uf inso-. and zinnias tieeoiiiterl the home | Mrs Rii.vell Kim- received n -h ! score rhirin!; (he afieriiivjn JJIK' r ganie.s and Mrs. Kdr!nc!ton. .second, i Mis. Boyd iva.s also presented a gift by the hostesses. Mrs. While Is Hostess To Club Eight, GUPS! Mrs. Vemon Thomassou wa.s a guest yesterday afternoon together with mFmljcrs of Club Eiaht when r-, 1 B....'i HONOR HAIR-DO-«etty In thr briri|;e games played, Mrs.] i'ntetn'ition-i] '/ r >' ^ J ' O/1 '? wi'h Mi. c . Charles Lan[;stoii recciv- ; ' ' ' v * Ing second high. j Crystal vase.s filled with arrange- ! menu of roses and asleis were used Circle Meetinas Held throughout the entertaining rooms- „ _. „ •/ " of the home. ; °Y first Baptist W.M.U. The served refreshments of a dessert course during the aft- ^ '1 be Women's Mi.ssiimary Union ernoon. i "f the First Baptist. Church met | Monday afternoon in circle groups Bits of News Mrs. Terry Enlerlains Club Members and Guest Mrs James Terry was yesterday to the Tri-Town Bridge Club and one Ellest. Mrs. Wcldon T. Rainwater. Summer floral arrangements decorated the home. j fur their reaular I Circle One met at the home of I Mrs. E. L. Croiirh witii JO me/nbers present. The meeting was opened I -ivilh prayer by Mrs. Victoria Gilbert with Mrs. Lloyd Slickmon teaching tbe lesson. Prayers were olleied by Mrs. George Ingram and -Mrs. Raymond Maxwell. Mrs. c. M. Smart was hostess tn During the afternoon bridge i Circle Two wiih nine members'ami games. Mrs. James c. Guard received high scoie ami Mrs. Russell H. Farr second high. An iced dessert course wa.s .served by the hostess. Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday Twentieth Century Club dance at tne Legion Hut at 8:30 p.m. Hosts and hostesses are Mr. and Mrs Ne«'ton Whitis, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Webb. Mr. and Mrs. Utho Barnes, Mr and Mrs. L. C. Po.scv Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Freeman Blytheville Rook Club will be entertained at the home o! Mrs Ii A Copeland. Mrs. Harold Hinson will be hostess to the Thursday Rook Club. Mrs. Norman .Speck will enter- tim the Avolon Bunco Club. The Gosncll W.S.C.S. will mecl 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 [he home of Mrs A A Hardy. one visitor aitrndhiR. Prayers were offered hy Alr.s. c. L. McWatcrs .Ir Airs. Roy Hrati aivrt Mrs. .1. w. Rny- der. The lesson was taught by Mrs Sliclbiirnc JJrower. "'" ( r C11 ! be '" s of Oirclc Three the home ,,r Mrs. Leslie Miss Mary Ann Kobcson Is visiting her .sister, Mrs. L. Cj. Hu.sscll. in Grwu Lukes. 111., this week. Miss Dorothy Hotels has re- tuincci 10 her home utter a week's vacation In Osceola. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Lenilcy spent their vacation in Hannibal. Mo., and have now returned to their home in ihis city. Mis I! A. Gently. Miss Pancthll Warren and Mrs. K, K. I,einley uivc been hostesses to then mother, Mrs. S I. Cliaiincll. who Is visiting wrc Ihis week Mrs. Channetl's ionic is in Holland. Mo. The condition of W. A. Key, who residing with his daughter, Miss May Key, at 110 Lake, continues to si'i-lotis. Mr. Key lived In Slcele, ).. for the past 48 years until •ei-cnlly moving to this city. Mr. and Mrs J. L. Caraway and laughter, Diane, of Washington 5 C.. are spending a two weeks "nation here with Mis. Caraway's Micnts, Mr. and Mrs. W. M, La- erney. They are also visiting Mr ?araway-.s sisters, Mrs. Eva Teague '( Manila and Mrs. Luther Young 'f Kemiett, Mo., and Mr. Young Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hancock >f Kdmond. Okla.. and formerly of Blytheville, announce the birth of n son July M m Edmoml. He has been named Larry Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Hancock also have a daughter who is two years old. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Davis of Newport spent the weekend here as guests of Mrs. Davis' parents Mr .and Mrs. Ito.ell S. Branson Sr' Mr. and Mrs. Morris Zellner spent yesterday in Memphis where Mr. Zellner attended to business Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Chamberlain spent tiie weekend in LoretH Tenn.. visiting with relatives They' went especially to accompany home heir daughter. Patricia Ann who j has been visiting with her grandmother, Mrs. three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bealy of Mobile, Ala,, are the parents of Milieu Roper, for the past . to K elher with two visitors met n Mrs. C. I,' McWaters Sr. gave the lesson with Mrs. R. w. Woolen and Mrs. Ebb Carson offering prayers. . ; Circle Four met with Mrs. Hurry Brooks. There were 11 members and one visitor present. Mrs. J. T Westbrook nnd Mrs. Fred Bcekcr led in prayers, after which Mrs Alvin Huffman Jr. gave the lesson. Mrs. Russell Marr was hostess to 10 members and two visitors of circle Five. The visitors were Mrs Eva Hill and Mrs. F. E. AdJd.ssoj; Opening [irayei- was given by Nfrs J. W. PorlUu-k followed by the lesson by Mrs. E. c. Brown ' M,. s c E. Ecidf, closed Hie mt-.-iiu;- witli prayer. Glide Six le. ~He has teen ,,,,V n ed moncl Bcatv .Ir Mr ™ri " n \? Mls ' t . '••*• <tJLU iVllS, Beaty have two other children. Mrs. of 'net at the home lafton witJi 10 iiidiihei'g Tile lesson u-as taught v} rs ' Illln dtey's parents. Mr. and L'^.," .?' sllull:n ''d before going to Moiiettc where he will be In dcfmitc nine*' 0 * "'"" ! ° r "" '"" former Miss'' Beth?' SlaiS. '* "'* Mrs. Ida Owcns of Peoria III Owe,!rof 0n MeLp 0 l?s WC ^ a "''' "' 5 '- Pc'','f £ t0 '''° '°''° * IK ™* o"f n Mrs' Peail H lr cs. Mr. imd Mrs. Owcns m/nTT'", 5 ' U " <l ""' "'"'' Owen's !,„„.,., , a " '"definite visit "I must be sure to tell Halt!.: Brown my good news; she'll toll everybody in town," said a housewife ivith a mischievous twinkle in her eye. li.d that set me to thinking. Maybe there is a place in the world for K0.'.si|»s, after all. They pass, along tacts we would like to keen hidden, ol course, and for that rca- , son v;c look down our iic-se.? at ' them. But II,ey pass along the good news, too, Tell the Hattle Browns ol the world about, a piece ol good 1011 line that has. come your way, anci pretty «xjn the whole town knows about it. Because the llatlies. are interested ii: everything that happens to other people. And they like to be the first to spread the word. Fun Wllh Hatlie It's an iiwlnl letdown to tell a pict-e ol wonderful news to the tn- di.'lerem i'.oijiun who pa-wes it off with a ci.sual "Is that so?" But it's kind of tun to tell il lo a Haitic Brown, watch her face lijhl u]) as she thinks lo heisell: "1 must, be sure to tell thai to so-and-so." So maybe the gossip has a place in the world after all. We don't ilk* her when she passes along a bit of news we don't want passed along. But when we've something good to tell, we can't wait to get to her. /Jecause of all the severe indict- mcntA that can be made of the gossip, nobody can her of bein^ Indifferent about what happens to other people. WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 1949 T?l?. ntec LT een ~A ggr Cops Top Fashion Prize \Sy/§»SSHH£H?S »ird ',','rir "**- JU " ior 1)esi «" Seco ul%',° \s!e v C( j; r ^:;i: b zf cc '^^ ^.V^M 111 '«"•- \a,,d casual bolero covered sun dress (skelcl At The Hospitals Blythevill Dismissed: Airs. lien White, city. Airs. V. .1. Hayes and baby, Hornersville, AIo. Halls Hospital Dismissed: Airs. C. D. AlcGce, Rt. 1. Luxora. Winners of such applause and of SlOiO in cash prizes offered In a National junior Design Contest are six young amateur designers, one of whom is a teen-ager, She is tbe first-prize winner Laura (Mrs. Murray) Si-hncicler, 19-year-old Cleveland, o.. bride who copped the SSOO award sjwnsored bv F'ash- Dogs arc not the only animals lcn Mawine and NBA Service in that conlract rabies. This disease:. 1 (i " 1>m search conducted by local has been discovered In cats, cattle, HV U'SIE KI.N'AKI) M:.\ fashion Editor NEW YORK -fNEA)— Talented juniors •* ho can sit down at drawing boards and make their pencils speak tlic'ir own as well as other ' girls' fashion convictions are voung lied for double* horses, and swine. vacation spent Battle Creek, at O.mi Lake Mich, Before ihlte. LUXORA NEWS Hy Mrs. (7. C. Driver Korean to Address Rotations in Luxora several Nam of Kvh Chtins. ihe weekly meeting of theToxor'a \ oVoH-eoIa'""['Is Rotary Club Thursday night. It was , won sc<om! In-h announced today by Chester Dane- ' howcr. program chairman. Mr. Chung, profc.--sor o[ agricultural eromimics. at the National Sliwon. Ls in the United State* irii a twn-ye:ir leave He is attending the University of Wis- eon-iii. rinin.e graduate ivoik. fol- iowincr three years of graduate work Hi Japan Spcakm:; rcadins. Mid wrilin2 Korc.'in, Clnne.-.e. and English Mr. ChuilK will s]>eak on The Far East Looks to America." He. a, the present, is thr house- ; .^uest o! Mr and Mrs. G, H. Banks. ' of Neihi-rlands. Missouri. ; by Mrs. Kendall Berry and prayer j " car -..^. nIKl ,. ! was offered by Miss Cordelia wil- I '" t ' tl "' n " 1 !: homo they spent days In Windsor. Canada They were gone for ten days Mrs. John Thomas arrived from (her hoMie m Kno.vville. Tenn,, to ; be with her mother. Mrs B A I Goodrich who has been ill' at" her •Home at 1101 We-st Chickasawba for several lays. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Logan have as their guests. Mr. Logan's brother. GILS Logan and dniighler . ean of Toledo. O. Mr. Logan and daughter arrived yesterday and plan to return to their home S t urday, ' ' Dan A. Blodeelt was admitted to litythcville Hospital yesterday where he underwent, a major operation Condition of Mr. Blod"clt is satisfactory bin. he is unable' to | tn; Chi;wood \\i-rc iioste.w.s at ,1 I live-table bridge party Thursday aftcmcxn at the home of Mrs Brailley The house was decorated wilh m.xfd .summer flowers Hiu]i Sarah Liui^slon and Mis liou-ei) 1 won travelling prize.] After the games the luis'cssc.-. sen-- ' t'd a de.,-erl course. | Mr and Mrs. Clarence i' C'r.iw- ' roi-d spent the weekeiui in Lake Village, attending the l/ike Ciiicot i Water .'Jarnival Mr. Crawford en- j terrd his speer'.lwat in several boat- i ;n» events, winning a fourth place I !ii the faniily-nmalxnit d:\.-s, j Mrs Sue M Brown had as her aurats l.isl wi-ek her dau-ht.T Mrs. W If Grnven. and children, ol have visitors. ^ Mrs. Max B. Reid Is spending a week In Oklahoma City. Okla., with -ier daughter, Mrs. Robert N'eill Rectot. who has been III, and Mr. Rector. Mrs Rector is the former Miss Maxinc Reid. Mrs. Reid plans i return home Friday. Mrs, Loy Welch. Mrs. Roland Green, Mrs. R. L. Logan and ?irs. M. G. Goodwin spent Monday In Tiptonvllle and Dyersbiirg. Tenn. jrace Peel to Memphis yesterday Mrs. Peel returned to her home after a visit of several days with Mrs. Morse. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Wetenkamp and daughter. Terry, have returned from a vacation in Hardy. Mr. and Mrs E. R. Lancashire and sons, Jim and Bob, are at liome after nn extender) trip through the middle west They visited their son Ben, who is a counsellor at Lake Nebagamon Camp. Mich, and motored lo point.-, ol interest in Ohio. Wisconsin ami Illinois. They returned 10 Dlythevllle yesterday. qualifies this design duty. These three winning designs, as wtll as Die three which rated "honorable mention" and S50 each in cash prizes awarded by the National Junior Design Contest, have ter patterns which are available to all style-minded girls and women who sew. Four Grandchildren In 11 Days BUTTE. Montana—(/Ti—Four times iviihln II days Mr. and Mrs. Don Cronin became grandparents. The cousins were the main attraction for several days at the hospital nursery. Mrs. Moore Is Hottest To Demonstration Club The Lone Oak Home Demonstr». lion Club met yesterday aftermxw at the home ot Mrs. Forrest Moort for t social meeting. During the afternoon, a demonstration on hucfc weaving was presented by Mrs. Gertrude B. HoM- <nan, county home demonstration agent. The reaminder of the afternoon was spent Informally by the group. * Arranged throughout the room* of the home were low crystal bowl! inlert with snapdragons in assorted colors. During the afternoon, the ho&u •served refreshments of a sandwich plate with iced drinks. PIANO $ TUNING Our special get-acqu.ilni«rt otter for the next tuo weeks. All work is guaranteed. GERALD W. FOGLE Blyilieville's New Piano Toatr and Serviceman. "-OS W. Ky Phont 344g 7 p.m. (CBS) to "MEET CORLISS ARCHER" newspapers throughout the nalion Young Mrs. Schneider Insists that, her prize-winning design for a dress «-ith a tucked "shirt front" land an enormous novelty hip pocket \vith matching tricks interprets ' her own anci the fashion nerds of i , vv:u other style-conscious girls. B e s t rt liked, according to this young rles- ' igncr. are fashions '.\llich are simple, small, wearable anci easy to make. Proof that the second and third- prize winners are in complete agreement is the smart simplicity of their designs. The one which won Row Sevoy of Boston the second Rev. Sharp Conducting Revival at Luxora Church The Rev. Harold Sharp, pastor of the Church of Christ in Stecle. Mo is conducting a revival at Ihe Luxora Church of Christ. The revival which began Monday night will continue each evening through August 5. Services begin at 3 o'clock and will include special music. Tiie /irsl use of iron for rails in tiie form of thin straps on top of wooden rails. lar and lont' .sleeves tucked to release fullness ahnvt elbows. The third winning design, which purse of Dorothy tl Ann Wemit of Rirhmoi combines a shoulder strap dress with a short cover-up bolero that bake better scui with The IVnai B'rith Meets B'nai B'rith oriramz.Uion A. J Lhui. Iriends Kini week Bill Hale, y of St. Lnui- visited relatives here hist j o! Montgomery. was a :c«-nt in the lro,,, c of from O;:co!a, lilylhcville. Keiser. and L/ixora present. A business meeting wa.' held, after which the program wss presented. After the entertainment hour, a dessert, cotirse was served by the hosier. Mrs. A. B. Bradley and Mis. An- SALE OF Fine Lamps Mnny Items Rclo\v Cosf! See Our Sale Table For .Many Oiitslnnilint; Values The GIFT SHOP Moss Bryan lO.'i East Main SI reef The SECRB'J ot Rotfirock's EXPERT Prescription .Service ROTHROCK DRUG CO. PIIONfe THE SECRET OF A BRIGHTER, CLEANER WASH Tb Send your clnlhcs lo Ilic BlytlievilJe Laundry and tlic.v'l) cume hack lo you cleaner, brijthlci than evei hcfore. Hill Ihal's not all. Yotu clolhe.- will last tnnitci bcrause (hey're I rented cnrclull.v Rcnlly K n im Dortanl cnnsirlcralinn (nriay when it's. s<i expensive to replace I hem. Nexl linio call Hlylhevitle t.Ktindrv and vou'l) discover what «c mean hy reall> " S n, )f l laundry service." Blytheville Laundry & Cleaners Phone 4418 BEVOND THE REACfi OF STYLE CHANGES * lirij In Invriy W.t. r!mii. • .It,ijn of ,,.< al beamy thai win r . e ..- w old or ontmojfd. Tit • iiiiile ic/wlU'orV. Rrft.-er ollowi you *it! tfe t FITZPATRICK JEWELERS 122 West Main m.vtneville. Ark. Your Authorized Dealer tor Watson Sterling, Duncan Miller and Tiffin Crystal. aurt Kvaueifcan China "It Takes Only 3 Minutes to Open a Charge Account." Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1 :45 Show Starts 2:00 8:00 a.m. p.m. 4:30 p.m . . 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