The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 5, 1949 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, August 5, 1949
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PAGB rm> BLYTHEVILLi; (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 194» Society A/ewA Amelia S*lib«, Society Editor / l>hon« 4461 Mist Parks Complimented A< T. W. Jefferies Home Another In • series of pre-nuptlal events being planned for Miss Mary Ann Parkj, bride-elect of Edgar D. Qiiln Jr, of Little Rock, was given last night at the home of Mrs. T, W. Jefferie* at 1332 West Chlcka- Aiwba, when she entertained with a deuert bridge party. A pink, green and whit* color scheme was carried out In decorations of the home. The small tables were each centered with a bridal bouquet oi pink and green flowers tied with .streamers of while satin ribbon. Pitilc lilies and other mixed flowers were attractively arranged throughout Ihe home. The- tallies pictured double wed- di!>g rings tied with ribbon, in keeping with the bridal motif. In. the bridge games. MLss Julia Ann Woodson received high score and biidgo with Miss Marilyn Deen receiving second high and MLss Nancy Partlow, low score. The hos- iers presented the honoree and also | Miss Woodson, who will become Hi? bride of Major Samuel Hudson Jr. of New Bern, N.C., August 13, with a gift In thtir crystal pattern. MLS.*, parks chose for "hi 1 *, occasion, a brown eyelet frock ta.s) loned with the oH-shoulder neckline with brown accessories. Miss Wood 5 on wore a combinntion green and white two piece frock. ! Special guests at the affair were j Mrs. Max Paries, mo:her of the honored guest and Mrs. E. B. Wood- Blytheville Rook Club Meets with Mrs. Head The Blytheviltft Rook Club met yesterday at the home of Mrs. Roy Head on North Highway 61 for a pot luck luncheon. The dining table, at which the luncheon was served, was overlaid with a white linen cloth and centered with an arrangement of red rosebuds in a handpainted China vase- .Other summer bouquets were arranged in the home, Following the luncheon, card game* were played with Mrs. O.O. El kin* winning high acore, Mrs. RUM*]] Wert, second high and Mrs. J. O. Huey, rooko. Durtnt the afternoon, the hostess aervvd Iced drink*. • • • r Mrs. Ellis Entertains Bunco Club and Guests Mn. Gent ZUti was hostess yea- tordBr whMiihe, entertained the Avalon Bunco dub togethrr with three quests it her home at W5 North Broadway. The guests were Mm. Bus Kettlnger, Mrs. Max Graham and Mrs. Clyde Ed ridge. Entertaining rooms of the home were decorated with crystal and Chin* vas« filled with summer flowerm In assorted colon, High acore went to Mrs. Kettinger in the afternoon game* with Mr?. Eddie Ford receiving low score and •Mrs, Paul Mahon. bunco. A deMert course wttii iced drinks w** aenrcd by the hostess. • 9 • Blytheville Jaycettes Hold Business Session Th« J«ycettes met last right In th€ Jiycee Clubroom (or a regular buainesfi lessfon. During the business meeting. nominating committee »r»s elected to nominate officers to be elected at the next meeting, September 1. Tho« on the committee >re Mrs. Phillip Applebaum. Mrs. Leonard Johnson and Mrs. W. R. Crawford. Pl«ns were also completed for a "UckJ party" to be held August 17 > in the chlbroom. After the meeting, refreshments were served by Mrs. Applebaum. Mrs. Bus Carey and Mrs. Carl Marshall. Anniversary Banquet Held By Calvary Winners Class The Winners Sunday School Cla*» of [lie Calvary Baptist Church held II* third anniversary banquet la the church »oclal rooms last night. A red, white and blue color .scheme, the class colors, was used in Ihe decorations on the table. Mixed garden flowers in tho«e colors and arranged in a low crystal bowl centered the banquet tables. Tapers burning in silver holders flanked the centerpiece*. Preceding the program, Mrs. Raymond Belknap, class teacher, was presented a corsage ol white asters. The Rev. Fred Boren was guest speaker for the evening and clause as his subject, "Meeting the Demands For Today." A solo entitled, "When the Morning Comes," was presented by Mrs. Lloyd colman, who was accompanied at the piano by Janet Michael. Pictures were made during the evening of the group. Lloyd Coleman, claw president and Mrs. J. W. Wtdner, charier member received the 66 guests as they arrived. Mrs. Marx Anderson \vas in charge nf the dinner with Mrs. widner being in charge of the decorations Sp«clal gursls who attended In- clud 4 Mr. and Mrs. Vcrnon Boyd. the Rev. anil Mrs. Fred Boren. Paul Gddscy. Gracey Corkran, Mrs. M. p. | GUless. Mrs. p. H. Jernljcnn, Mr 1 , and Mrs. Shelbournc Brewer and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Trenkle. Mrs. Norman Is Hosless To Thursday Rook Club Members of the Thursday Rook Club were entertained yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Elmer Norman on North Broadway. The tables, at which the card games were played, were arranged on the lawn of the home. Mrs. T. W. Go/orth received high score with Mrs. Leon Scherer receiving second high and Mrs. Dale Horn, rooko- RefreshmenU of homemade Ice cream and cake were -served oy the hostess following the games. Bits of News With Signal Corps Recruit Henry K. -'llhorn, son of Mrs. Elite Millhorn of Blytheville is enrolled as a student at Ihe Signal Corp Training Center at Camp Gordon, near Augusta, Ga. Pressure Cooker Gauges To Be Tested Saturday Pressure cooker guages will be tested tomorrow morning at the county Agent's office in the Court House, Mrs. Gertrude B. Holiman. home demonstration agent announced today. Mrs. Holiman said that there had been several requests, and that the testing equipment had been secured, but would be available for one day only. Mr. and Mrs. Albeit Enderlin had as :ir euest Wednesday Mrs. Kndlin'4 brother, L. H Ponder of Judsonta, Ark. Mr. Ponder returned to his home yesterday. Dr. and Mrs. : I. L. Smaller and daughter, Joy will return lo Blytheville Sunday fallowing a five weeks vacation spent in parts of Interest in Florida. Benny H. Goff ol Ihe United Stales Naval Air Base in Hawaii has been transferred to patrol squadron and Is training as a gunner. Ho Ls the son of Mr. and Mrs. Otcn Oo[f of 824 South Claris. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cole are the parents ol a daughter born Tuesday night at Walls Hospital. The couple's second child, she has been named Janet Fay. Mrs. Cole is the former MLss Marine McBride. Nonna Jean floush returned last night from Houston. Ten., where she sjwnt the past several months as guest of her sister, Mi's. M. IV Harper, Mr. Harper and family. Mrs. James Barksclale and children, Susan and James Bryant and Einadel Swearengen left this morning lor Hardy where they will spend several days at Camp Rio Vista. Mrs. Ted Fisher and Mrs. Jewel Gowen have returned from Memphis where they attended the fun- i-al services for their brother, A.T. Sisk, who was accidentally electro- uted »l the 'Hue Temper Corporation in Mejnphls where he was employed. He had made his home In Blytheville before moving to Memphis fire years ago. Mr. and Mrs. John Moses of Mounds, III., are the parents ol a on born August 2, at * hospital 11 Cape Girardeau. He has not been named. They have a daughter. Sherry age two. Mrs. Moses Is tlie former Miss Evelyn Shibley of Blytheville. daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. A. [}. Shibley. Mrs. Shibley is In Cape Giradeau with them. Larry T. Moore returned SnaV Shop. President Hershei Kieser opened meeting and Introduced the guest of evening. John Mohrstadt. Mr. Kieser presented Mr, Mohr- stadt with a scroll from the Junior Chamber of Commerce for his outstanding work in Hayti for the past year. After the presentation Mr. Mohrstadt showed films of early Hayti and its Improved self today Mr. Mohrsladt b President, of the Chamber of Commerce In Hayti, Missouri. There were 15 members present, » • • B. * P. Club MeeU The Business and Professional Woman's Club met Thursday, August «th at Public Library. Persflnals Miss Loilbe Morgan of Marion. Ark., was fiiest last Saturday of Mrs. Hunter Shelton at her home localpd at 60S South First Street Mr. and Mr.. Bob Henry and daughter, Carolyn Sue. are vlsll- ""? with Mrs. Henry's grandmother Mrs. J. E. Woods here. Hunter Shellon and Mr. and Mrs. Coat, Dress Duet in Color Harmony LUXORA NEWS By Mrs. G. C. Uriver New fill colon make matches between dream ind celts. CoMpanioa of the Iri colored Caster red, while and bl«k jersey dress (left) li a boxy tweed coat or nutchlnz red. Republic blue coat and buckskin brown drew are color-paired (right) by bindings of blue it neckliit, skirt yoke and dies* cufls. m KI'SIK KINAKI) M:A Fashion Keillor range for particular harmonies, lias choesn each -refulty from the Navajo sand paintings of the Southwest. Because the elected colors— prairie gold, scout green, republic blue and buckskin brown—have such close affinity for each other, NEW YORK —(NBA'— Dress and coal color f *ill not stage fights in public this fall, if gne New York designer has his way. To avert this embarrassing sit- j they . are almost 'completely inter- uation, he creates ensembles o f changeable. dresses, suits and coats for which ! For that steady companionship n tlu .,. colors—even several blended—can't j between a dress and a coat, colors I black wool jersey, yoked wilh white clasn - | that link the two together by means ! is » stripe of Custer reel, which The reason colors can't is be- of contrasting fabric touches make i is a color repeated in a short | cause Ihe designer has limited his i outstanding ensembles. Take the'swagger coat of heavy wool tweed, i sheer -.vomed dress of buckskin brown, for example, svhich is linked to a wool coat of republic blue by narrow bandings of matching blue which edge the neckline, yoke- line and sleeves of the dress. Another coa: and dress is identified as an ensemble by the bright bond of custer red woolen. Blazing across the bodice of a dress of Mrs. Lillian Freear arrived last week from Evansville, Ind.. for an extended visit with her sister-in- law. Mrs. Clara Mlfflin. Billle Lons. « rormer Luxoran, of f'linI. Mich., has been visiting hts parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Long, for several days. He left for home Thursday, accompanied by Mrs. Chas. Corkran 'and Miss Joanne Shanks, who will visit friends and relatives in Flint for several days. MLss Sarah Langiton Is on a three-week visit In Baytown, Tex. Mrs. C. P. Crawford and Miss Frances Bowen we''c co-hostcsse.s at a nine table dessert bridge Wednesday afternoon at the high school cafeteria. Gue'ts attending were from Luxora, osceola. and Blytheville. Prizes "-ere won by Mrs. Elliott Williams, high ;Mrs. John Bowen. second: Mrs, G. C. Driver. Jr., third: Mrs. R. L. Wagnman. low and Mi's Grover Driver, trav- elling. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Powell arc In Nashville, Tenn.. visiting their daughter. Mrs. W. D. McClurkin and family. Miss Florence Rirh is on a tour u'uh he]' sister. Mrs. K. L. Campbell of St. Louis, visiting Washin'-itnn D.C.. New York, and Canada. The pnrtv will oe gone three weeks. Mrs. J E. Harrison of Blvtheville is spending this week wilh her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy O\vcn. Mrs. Delia Spann is leaving tor two weeks, visiting her sister. Mts. S. E. Simonson. at Arkadclphla. Woodrow Pardeecey has recently returned from a business trip to Chicago and St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Lepnard Ellison are in r T ew Orleans for a few days' visit. Edward Stanford i visiting his grandmother, Mrs *V. H. Lucas, in Kilgore, Texas. TO BE IN' CIIARGK OF PAPER —Mrs. Maxwell Peter Miller. Jr.. (above) will be in charge of the Washington Times-Herald, her uncle. Col. Robert R. McCormlck said. Col. McCormick is president yai publisher of the Chicago TriblM^ which recently purchased the Times- Herald from seven executives who inherited it from the late Eleanor Mcrtill Patterson. Col. McCormick said ne would lie president of the Times-Herald, Mrs. Miller would be vice-president and her husbanrt would be -secretary of treasurer. Mrs. Miller is president of the company which publishes the LnSnlle. 111.. News-Tribune and her husband is publisher. <AP wircpholo). morning from Chicago when attended Northwestern University for several months. He had been working on his masters degree in music. Mrs. Pearl Hires will leave over the. weekend for Union City. Tenn.. where she will spend several weeks there >i guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Dunn and family. English Teacher Takes New Post in Nashville, Tenn. Harold Besanceney, who was English teacher at. Blytheville High School last year has been named personnel director of Youth In- thls | corporated, and manager of the Youth Incorporated Uptown CHib at Nashville, Tenn. Mr. Besanceney, who is a graduate of the State Teachers College at Mansfield, Pa., has a master's degree from Peabody College at Nashville, in addition to Industrial arts and craft*, work with veteran's training and state-wide 25 Paralysed Veterans To Get Special Homes Twenty-five paralyzed veterans in Arkansas have been certified eligible for federal grants up to (10.000 each to help provide them with homes specially designed and constructed for wheelchair living, the Veterans Administration said today. James A. Winn. Arkansas Regional Manager said 'he grants were authorized in an act passed by Congress last year, under which the VA defrays up to 50 per cent of the cost of such homes for eligible veterans with a $10.000 maximum. Eligible under the law are veterans paralyzed due to service- connected Injury or disease of the Serves on Destroyer James L. Collins, boatswain's mate in the United States Navy Is serving aboard the destroyer USS O'Hara with the Atlantic Fleet and will attend the Cowes Regatta this week-end as sruest of the Royal Yacht Squadron of Great Britain. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Collins of Sieelt, Mo. Church activities, he has served as! s f itial cc>rri which deprives them of ' •• . L. _. - tn^ lit* r\t Th*ir [ppe nr lftii-*t- n^rr game room supervisor at *the Bly- : Iheville "Y" for a shorl time. South Arkansas Miss Crosses Border to Win Legion to Assist Vets North Arkansas Pageant \ With Insurance Refund BATESVILLE, Arlc., Aug. S. art— i Aulcn M. Chltwood, commander South Arkansas glr' is Miss of Rodgers-Lynch American Legion Post 29fi, in Lnxora, said today the I post will assist all veterans in applying for refunds on their National Service Life Insurance. Mr. Chilwood said veterans may receive application forms and assistance in the office of A. B, Bradley in the high school beginning August 2». of their legs or lower part of the body. The homes incorporate special features such as ramps, instead of steps, doorways wide en- ciueh to accommodate a wheelchair, special bathroom fixtures and exercise rooms equipped in accordance with the needs of the patient. A North Arkansas. V: Mary Etta Bailey, a 17-year-old brosvn eyed blonde from Malvern, was awarded that title lust night at Rate.sville annual White River Carnival. It was the second consecutive year Malvern has provided the winner. Last year the former Marcelli Balchelor was Miss North Arkansas. The water carnival continued today. At The Hospitals KlTtheTllle Hxplul Dismissed: Mrs. Lloyd Wood. city. Mrs. Charles Rapier, city. Walla Hospllal Dismissed: Nllta Ann Shtpman. steele. Mo. Mrs. A. B. York and baby, Huffman. G. G. Entes, Manila. Bob Henry spent Thursday in Sikeston. Mo., with Mr. Shelton's father Mr. M. R. Shelton. McMath Cuts 3 Years From Prison Sentence Governor McMath yesterday reduced from 20 to 17 years' the prison lerm given in Mississippi Circuit Coutr on October 31, 1938, to Leland Crabtree on a charge of robbery. The commutation of sentence makes Crabtree eligible for parole. The sentence was one of three r«- duced by action of the governor. Hornets Foil Burglars PARRAN. Md.. Aug. 5. liPi —Police today gazed at tracks leading to and from a window of a combination store and post office in this , Calvert County town. They deduced j the following: | Burglars had pried open the outside set of shutters. Between the shutler.s they discovered a hornet. 1 :' nest. The burglars left hurriedly. hornet in pursuit. Rean Courier News Want Ads. PECIAL! Sunday I Afternoon Only! Chocolate or Fruit Salad SUNDAE Whtn You Bring Thii Ad 10 KIRBY DRUG STORES Vanilla Ice Cream •* Orange-Pineapple Sherbet Pint19 c Wh«n You Iring Thii Ad Assigned to Camp Hood Sergeant Cal Oreer, Jr.. of Osceola, ha* been assigned lo the 2nd Armnred division at Camp Hood, Ten. Early colonial families often made nails by hand to earn extra money. We Wish to Announce That AVERY BLANCHARD is now employed by our store as Butcher. IIAVC' SUPER WlHlO MARKET 421 South 21st Street Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starls 2:ttf> S:Mi a.m. li:4Ti p.m. 4:30 p.m. LISTEN TO KLCN Last Time Today So Dear to My Heart with Bobby Driscotl Paramount News &• Short Continuous Showing Kreryda Saturday So Nicejn Any Home Our No. 403 As shown, covered with exquisite satin stripe, 535. An extremely versatile chair. . . a piece which can be used to excellent advantage in your home. By selecting the proper faliric, plain or piped back, and a fringe if desired, this chair can be appropriately applied in conversational jjroups. as a host chair, as occasional or bed room chairs. According lo style and fabric the price is as low as ?35. House of Charm DEAL & WHISENHUNT 202t West Main Phone 200 DRESSES The Best Selection In Town Serial "Batmnn and Robin" No, I and Selected Short Subject Continuous Showing Sat U:30-11:3U Sunday & Monday Paramount Preienls DOROTHY LAMOUR DAN DURYEA STERLING HAYDEN ''Ar.iiniiuiil .\KMTS A; Selerlert Short* Con't Showing Sundaj 1:15-11.00 PRICE Come In & See Them Tomorrow Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 1:00 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. & San. Bargain Night Kvery Nijht Except Saturday No passes honored on Sunday ^A Roxy Theatre ^P Last Time Today Green Grass of Wyoming P'SKy Cumminss. Chas. 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