The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 28, 1949 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 28, 1949
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I PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1049 Society, Amelia Saliha, Society Editor f Phone -Mlil Miss Mary Ann Parks To Wed Edgar D. Oslin The engagenienl and approaching marriage of Miss Mary Ann Parks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Austin Parks of Blytheville. to F.dgur Dotson Oslin, Jr., of Little Rock. son of Mrs. Edgar Dutson O.slin and the late Mr. Oslin, also of l.iitle Rock, Is announced today by tier parents. Plans fot the wedding, to be solemnized August 28. will be announced later. The bride-elect Is a graduate nf Blytheville High School where she participated in inany extra auricular activities. She attended Southern Seminary at Bucna Vista, Va.. and was a member of Ihe Athenians Society. She also attended the University of Arkansas. Fayetle- ville, for the past year where she was pledged to Chi Omega sorority. Miss Parks has been active in musical circles of the dtv as a vocalist. Mr. O-slIn graduated from Little rtock High School and attended Little Rock Junior College. He is now a siudent at the University of j Arkansas, where he servrd as ru.-Ji captain of Sigma Chi fraternity Miss Julia Ann Woodson Announces Wedding Plans Miss Julia Ann Woodson. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis B. Wood- .son, today made known plans for her marriage to Major John Samuel Hudson, Jr.. of New Bern. N. C., and Robins Air Base. Warner Robins, Ga., son of Mr. and Mrs. John Samuel Hudson of New Bern. The wedding will he solemnized at 5 o'clock In the afternoon of Saturday, August 13, at First Baptist Church. The Rev. E. C, Brown, pastor, will officiate. A program of nuptial music will be presented by Miss Mary Ann Parks, vocalist, and Mrs. Murray Smart, organist. Miss Woorison, who will be given In marriage by her father, will have her sister, Miss Betty Woodson. as maid of honor and only attendant. Miss Jo Ann Edrington, Warren, Ark., and Miss Rosemary Johnston will light the candles preceding the wedding ceremony. Donald Hudson of Pollochsville. N. C., will serve Major Hudson as best man. Ushers will be Dr. John E. douse of Griffin, Ga.: Lieutenant Mlllard Tompkins, Robins Air Force Base, Warner Robins, Ga.: Robert G. McHaney and Joe Evrard. Miss Woodson Honored At R.C. Fa IT Residence Another In the series of pre- nuptlal evenl.s for Miss Julin Ann Woodson. bride-elect of Major Samuel Hudson. Jr.. of New Bern, N.C., was given yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Russell "c. Farr was hostess. The affair, which was x dessert bridge party, was held at the hostess' home at 1120 West Walnut. A colonial bouquet theme was carried out in the decorations of the home in ' color scheme of pink blue and white. The honoree's place was designated by a hand-made doll rtre.wcd in white with the traditional long white veil. She was carryiii" a colonial bouquet of tiny pink flowers centered with a white rosebud from which fell showers of silver and white streamers. Each quests' place, was marked with a doll dress ed as a bridesmaid. Their gowns were of white and they wore white Picture hats. Each was holding a bouqet of pink flowers tied bl Bits of News KNGAGK.MCNT ANNOUNCEI>—Mr. and Mrs. Max Austin Parks of Blyiheville loday announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter. Miss Mary Ann Parks to Edgar DoUson Oslin Jr. of Little Rock, son of Mrs. L'dnar Dotson Oslin and tile late Mr. osun, also of LiUle Rock. The wedding will be .soemnizcri August 28. Kiwanis Club Members Receive Report on Activities of Past Year The niytheviile Kiwanis Club yesterday heard nn achievement re- for the club In 1948, at the regular luncheon meeting at Ihe Hotel Noble. The report was presented to the group by Hcrmon was secretary during Carlton. wtio 1948. and the present program chairman. Much of the report was connected with work of the Boys and Girls and the UndcrprlviledRpd Children Committees, which started with I lie acquisition, moving and conversion of an Army barracks to a Negro school In the Robinson Addition. TJie school now has seven classrooms. Mrs. John C. Fears of St. Louis Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Lloyd U. Wise, and Mr. Wise. Julie Pat. small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wise, lias been visiting with Mrs. Fears and returned home with her grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Platt and sons. Maurice and Mauley Fein- beig. left Sunday for a two weeks' trip which will Include a short stay In St. Louis and a visa with Mr. Plait's mother and other relatives In Chicago. Miss Cetestia Swank has returned from her vacation at Lake O' the Woods. Montana. Miss Swank visited other points of Interest in the north-central states and Canada. Mr. and Mrs. William Godwin, former residents of this city, are visiting friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Godwin arc now located in Moscow, fdaho, where he Is connected with the University of fdaho as football coach. Mrs. James B. Clark has returned from Glencoe. 111., where she attended the wedding if her grandniece. Miss Susan Moore, to Charles Chamberlain. Jr.. of Boston. Mass. She was the guest of her nephew. George T. Moore, and Mrs. Moore both for the wedding and the pre- nuptlal events which vcre given honoring the couple. Mr. Moore is operational mtmnger for Iho Mont- Komery-Ward Stores. Condition of Jimmy Tompkins. who recently suffered an eye injury at his home In Burdcltc. is improved. He underwent treatment and an operation at the Memphis Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat Hospital where he was a patient for a week. He is the son of Mrs. Jim Tompkins Wade Jcfferie.s. C. A. Cunningham. Flo.vd A. White and Rosco Crafton returned !-sl night from Fort Smith where they attended an American Legion convention. Mrs. W. B. Nicholson left yesterday for Chicago and Lake Bluff. III., for a visit with friends and relatives. She plans to be gone ten days or two weeks. Miss Jessie Srite and Mrs. Eunice Young are spending several days in St. Louis, Mo., where they went especially to attend the market. They plan to return tonight. Mrs. R. Gill Cash visited in Half Moon as guest of her sister, Mrs. Other public interest projects in- Jnck c - Hood. eluded the participation in the Blytheville Civic Music Association. In connection with church work, a poll of the members showed that •10 per cent of the club's membership was a Sunday School teacher or on otlicer in one of the Blytheville churches. Prior to this report two new members were Inducted by Coley Stevens. They were: Noycs P. Bohnc and Fred Oarlock. Guests Included Kiwanian Roland Anders of Osccola; Bill Hurt of Blylhe- vllle. Dick Dean and Paul L. Mas- I so^' of Little Rock. The club sponsored lhrce:\A/_ ~T L \i/ delegates tn tile annual Hoys State VV Q I iLG W OtTLQn auc! one girl to Oirls Stale, help „,. ,,. ..... ,,,. , ,. ...... establish an Air Scout Troop, and "> "' i >", •"-' r provide for an excursion for a' group XI ' :A Kl;lfr Wrill>r of senior scouts at Norfolk Lake. .There's plenty r>f advice for the The club provided a radio and gifl who wants to know how to trijis to the Memphis Naval Air j attract or hold a man Station for the Air Scout Group. But what of the poor girl who and in other activities paid (he ex- doesn't know how to get rid of a penses for a delecale to a regional | boring and persistent suitor? She's conference for Future Partners, and strictly on her own presented 12 American tlag.s to At least that's what one voung schools in this vicinity. woman tells me. "It seems as Hi connection with the club's though Ihe more I try to discourse work with underprivileged chil-] him. the more persistent he be- dicu. S10I) was contributed to Ihe | comes" she says March of Dimes, and members oft -if i u -ll him" I'm biisv Saturday the club were responsible for the night, he wants to know night, about next Saturday. what I tell him for the solicitation of S800 of the funds They provided S2QO for fm,d audit have to stay at home and write fuel in ner<iy homos, purchased j letters, -vhich shoi'lrt rnmmce any medicine and milk for othvr homes, man a girl Just isn't interested paid expenses lor three children ! |,c argue.-, with me clli presented a gold candy dish and also a tiny colonial rosr-huTu VV^i "',','""",'• '"'"I" 01 of; members had previously joined with ribbo ? hv l h 'V" tC a " d si ' VCr ""' Blvlhevlllr -"""or Chamber o[ ribbons by the hostess. I C'munnvc in providing ISO chil- MKs Woodson chose for the af- ' dren v.itb t fair an orchid starched org« nza ! m ;<s. frock with matching shoes ! TJ Special gcest al lhc p;n ,,, wnf Mrs. E. B. Woodson. mother of the honoree. The hostess was assisted vine by her mother. Mrs Haynes, and Miss 5cr- and fruit at Christ- public and business JilTairs :ind support ol church allairs was another pan of the club's report, which showed thai the group joined business census conducted by At The Hospitals Blvthcvillc Hospital Dismissed: Mrs C H. Lilly. Karri?b;re \, Mrs H S Hatfield. :Uy. Anna M?.c Lewis, city Mrs. Buddy Joe 1,-iyton. c j- lV Walls Hospital Dismissed: Donald Veach. Rt. 1. Manila. II. | Ihe Chamber of Commerce, worked Frances Shousc.i with the -Get Out and Vole" group ! heroine. And ! and as a result the greatest mini-!" 1 ""• ' her of iiuli nixes were obtained' Tnnl Must Be Stopped K:irlr The only way for n girl to keep from being pestered by bnre.s is to be ruthless from the start. N'cver give a bore the first date. Or if you don't find nut he's a bore until after the first date, don't give him a second one. The longer you string a bore along, trying not to hurt his feelings, the harder the problem will - more he'll be hurt long run. advice may stand you In Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmie Williams spent yesterday in Memohis. Condition of H. H. Stone, who has, been confined to his home at 115 East Missouri with a back injury for the past !0 davs. Is improved. He will be unable to return to his work with the Curtis Candy Company for several more days. Mrs. Adnlnhe Hcinfcke. Mrs Wade Jcffcries and Mrs. Frank Tomlinson and two children returned yesterday from Memphis where they spent a week visiting friends and relatives. Edd Wilson is visiting with relatives in Parma. Mo., this week. Mrs. E. A. Goodrich was admitted to Walls Hospital yesterday where she will undergo treatment. She has been ill nt her home at 1101 Wrst Chickasawba for several days Mrs. Hunter W. Hughes is ill nt her home at 223 East Dotlgatl. Her condtion Is slightly imnroved. Mr. and Mrs. Mosc Simon and family have moved to their new home at 328 Missouri. They formerly resided at 125 West Kentucky. a bore, but It won't help you gft rid of Hie one who has already managed to gel you to the place where you frcl cornered. To get rid of the young man you're trying to dlsco'Tage will take some ingenuity on your part. You might try introducing him to some other girls. Or you nilcht forget your own CKO long enorch to make yourself appear less attractive to him. Or vnu m '*t try ringing In some third person on your dates. Certainlv. von can figure out. some w-ay In keep from seeming desirable to him. i Simplified Gregg Shorthand To Be Taught Shirtfront Pleats End at Hip For Gibson Girlish Waistline hand-spanning; size of actress Gloria .Strook's walsl is kept thai way by a blouse with a sleek hipband. *To eliminate bulk the pleated shirtwaist is attached to a band fitted to the hips. By Alicia ll.irl XK.'l Stuff Writer How to h;ive your pleated shirt front nntl your tiny waist too may mean ripping out a pleated shirt- tall and mnaki 3 it into a fitted hip-band. If other women who want to look like a Gibson Girl in pleated shirts and slim skiit.s take this trouble, why can't you? If you make your own blouses, you can eliminate a bulky shirttail when you cut and sew. Simply halt those rows of crisp pleats at the waistline and add a smooth- ly filled hlp-baiid to your blouse. You can use the same technique on the shirttail of a blouse that you already have. Even the woman who can't sew can find somebody who can to rip the pleats out of a shhltail that adds bulk and remake It Into a hip-band that fits as smoothly as her slip The Gibson Girl fashion implies a hand-spanning waistline. A woman who wants to look as tiny- waisled in her 1949 styled shirtwaist need tint allow a bunch of bulky pleats shoved under her skirt band to defeat her aim. Agitation Is "Artful" According to "Pravda" MOSCOW IAP) — Agitation, "Pravda" says i.s an art. I "The ideological level of Bnlshe- ! vik agitation," said "Pravda." "is ' bciug continually raised." "But" J it adderi. "it Ls not in the Bolshevik tradition to rest on past achievements. New problems demand further improvement in political agi- fatioi:, demands an increased sense of I'esjMin.^ibihty and better quail- ! fictitious in agitators." j "It is not only, noxvever, a matter of teaching the agitator to elucidate complex queslioiis simply and tmder.'.tandably and to select for his talk the most instructive : !acU. The art of agitation lies also in avoiding the commonplace and > ueine able to approach different ?tr;ita of the population different- • Read Courier News Want Ads. Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday Twentieth Century Club dance nl tne Legion Hut at 8:30 Hosts and hosieries are Mr. and Mrs Newton Whltls, Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Webb. Mr. and Mrs. utho Barnes, Mr and Mrs. L. C. Pose.v Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Freeman Blytheville Rook Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs R A Copeland. Mrs. Harold Hinson wilt be hostess to *he Thursday Rook Club. Mrs. Norman Speck will enter- l>tn the Avalon Bunco Club. Friday Mrs. K. 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. Junior G, A.'s Meet With Patsy Weaver Pa'sy Weaver was Hostess to 111 members of the Junior Girls' Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church yesterday a t her home. The meeting was opened with the G.A watchword and hymn. The remainder of the program was under Patsy'.s direction. Patsy Fi->her became a maiden n the auxiliary during the study course Prayers were lead by Mrs Albeit Enclerlin and Marjorte Daugherty. Refreshments of a.ssortcd party foods were served by the hostess and her mother, Mrs. Weaver. Baptist W.M.S. Presents Royal Service Program The Royal Service Program of Iho Women's Missionary Society of Number Nine Baptist Church wai presented yesterday at the church. Mrs. W. E. Rhoads was, program chairman and had as her theme, "Which Was Asia and Docs It Matter Which Way?" Others assisting in the program were Mi's. M. L. Hail who s|X)ke on "China's Needs," Mrs. Imogens McCice. who discussed "Christians Schools Help." Mr*. Hei••••rv| Rustln whose topic was. "The Struggle Against Disease" and Mrs. Tom . IJellick who discusse-d "W.M.U. wort In Japan." ^ ' Prayer .vns offered' by Mrs. H. Oreer antl the devotional was given by Gwendolyn Sue Rhoads. The meeting was closed with sentence prayer, after which a short business <"?s. c lon was conducted. PIANO $ TUNING Our special get-acquainted offer for the next two weeks. All work is guaranteed. GERALD W. FOGLE Blytheville's New Piano Tuner I and Serviceman. I iC8 W Kj Phone 3148 I More than 30 million persons receive their mall f. >m R.F.D. carriers. '-. h'-ie (hiiii a; any previous time, and they have assisled with programs co-operatm? with the Mississippi County Tuberculosis- Association. and the communily chest drive. ?ooti st|latl lllp ncxl "me you meet SALE OF Fine Lamps Many Items Uelow Tost! See Our Snle Table For Many Outstanding Values The GIFT SHOP Moss Bryan 103 East Main Street RITZ THEATRE BY REFRIGERATION Conlinuotis Shows liox Office Opens 1 :•!.•> Show Starts 2:01) S:l!0 1 ;:!.> p. m I : ;,o p.m 1 ISIIIN TO Kt.CN Thursday & Friday Neptune's Daughter Ko\ OI lire Open* fi:45 ShOTl Slarlf 7:00 Open* Sunda> 1:00. Sl.irt.* 1:15 Continuum Shows Sal A- Sun B.lrealn Mshl Krrr> Mchl Exrrpl Salnrda* Nn paases hnnnrrrl on Sunday • Roxj Thratre Thursday * Friday J*MUll COIOWYN „..„»>, D»NNr VIRGINIA KAYE • MAYO Announcement Out a new, simplified GrcgR Shnrtlftind System is to b= made available has received immediate action by the Drauglion School of Business in Little Rock. On August 1 two o( Draughon's faculty members will RO to Chica- RO (or * course of instruction in this new, simplified Gregg System, and it will be taught in the coming Fall term at Draurjhon's. These Uvo teachers are shown above: Mrs. Charles Brod, lefl. and Mts. W. S. Crittenden. righl The Diaujjhon School of Business is the only private business college in Arkansas that is fully accreciileri and approved by Iho Stale ' Department of Education N'ow in its 'I8lh year of continuous operMton, the Draughou School is one of the oldest business training schools in Ihe South, with more than SO,000 graduates. Draughon's offers thorough training in all branches of business. Included are Shorthand Typing, Bookkeeping. Accounting. Business Law. Salesmanship Commercial Banking, R .d:o- Klectronics and ithcr courses. If you desire information regarding busines training. write Draughon School of Business, Littie Rock. Arkansas. There i< no obligation whatever on your part. • F<x th< tu My OE name tiled Sicrhni we offrr W.itvxi'i Meadow Ro»c. In *U ihe firwt (*oinli nf crafumaniriip you'll find I hi. i' truly ••Modern silver »nth the bra my '* r*H m*Merpiece.." Ench cluurr of r"vr* .n Vnife. fotk And »pooo h*n<Ur* h« been .-..I m ejKimmr dct*il. Graceful V"'!er v lolUorV ,el»orT the *uin »he«i ti iSr pUirx center p*nel< lo perfection. *- mviie ywu To see trm outstanding Soling silver ihis*crk. FITZPATRICK JEWELERS 122 \Vest Main lilylhcvillc. Ark. Your Authorized Dealer for Watson Storlinp, Duncan Miller and Tiffin Crystal, and Franciscan Cliiua "It Takes Only 3 /Minutes to Open a Charge Account." HAVE YOU HEARD THE NEWS? Heinemann'i is repeating th« big GRAB BAG SALE! Each Bag Only Everyone was very pleased wilh our first grab bag sale in Februao' so we're going to repeal it this Saturday. As before, the regular prices of the articles included on this sale range as high as 510, and every single one is guaranteed to be worth more than $1.00. You can't help but gel your money's worth, and you may gel much more! So hurry down Saturday morning and get first choice on this very special Grab Bag Sale. Included In This Special Offer Are l.ndics Dresses Ladies Underwear (Jirls Dresses Blouses Curtains Dress Lengths Infants Wear Towels Tablecloths Skirts • Men's Dress Shirts • Men's Slacks • Hoys Sport Shirts • Hoys Dress Shirts • Men's Sport Shirts • T-Shirts • Men's Shirts & Shorts • Household Items • Ladies Shoes • Men's Helts And Many Others NO REFUNDS, NO EXCHANGES, OF COURSE Remember! This Sale Begins Exactly At 8:30 Saturday Morning • DEPARTMENT STORE Across the Street Krom the Ritz 1'heater 305-307 West Main Phone 3149

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