The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 4, 1951 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 4, 1951
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1951 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phon« 4461 Mrs. Head Entertains Honoring Y.W.A. Girls Mrs. Roy Head entertained members ol the Y.W.A. of First Baptist Church last night at her home In special compliment to (our members « - of the organization who are becoming members of the Women's Missionary Union of the church and Mrs. Shaw Wilson, a recenl bride. The four girls who are leaving the group were presented with winter corsages from their fellow-members and each girl present embroidered her name on an apron which was given to Mrs. Wilson, • Following an evening of informal entertainment' Mrs. Head served a salad plate'with iced drinks. Mixed garden flowers were used to decorate the Head home. Mrs. Needham Celebrates Her Birthday Sunday Mr». E. H. Ferguson entertained 18 guests Sunday at a surprise birthday dinner honoring Mrs. Sallie Needham. Several out-of-town guests were her* for the occasion, including H. T. HJchardson of Wichita, Kan., Mn. R. Henley of Jonesboro. Mrs. Bill* Richardson of Helena, and Mrs. Delia Ozee of Oosnell.. Following dinner, the guests tpent the afternoon Informally. Mrs. Earl .lame. A Popular Sister Act Miss Betty Spence Weds In Osceola Ceremony The marriage of ^ Miss B Spence to Earl James Is announce today. The bride Is the daughter o Mr. and Mrs. Larkln Spence, nn Mr. James the son of Mr. and Mr L-ee James, all of Blytheville. The ceremony was quietly so emnlzed Saturday night In Osceo la. Miss Ooldle Rinks and Isaa Langley were the couple's only al tendanta. . * Mr. and Mrs. James are both for mer students at BlythevJDe Hig School, and following a brief wed ding trip to St. Louis, are now mak ing their home here where he 1 employed as manager of the Centra Cash and Carry Wholesale Grocer Company. By Sue Burnett Ix>ok-»Hk» lajhloni for btt »nd Kttta §ut*r an jo much fun to mall. »nd are so pretty to wear Thew puffed jleeve frocks are nlce- , ly fitted, have soft bertha collars Pattern No. 3275 1* a sew-rlt« perforated pattern In H M5 n 12 13. U, It, IB and 30. SIM 13 4^' yardi of 39-Inch. Pattern No. 3275C It • jew-rlte perforated pattern for size* 3 4 *. S. 7. 8 years. Size «, 2% yards of 19-inch. For these, pattern j. K nd 30c for EACH, In COINS, your name, id- dress. >1» desired, wid the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett Courier News, 372 W. qulnoy Street' AChlcago 6, III. ^The Fall »nd Winter isau> of FASHION Is Just what you've been waltln gfor— a complete guide In planning » wearable wardrobe for a new season! Gift patterns printed Inside. 25 cents, Briton, Honied Wolre* Wolf-hunting was a tavorite pur- iuit of the ancient Britons, and «-olv« survived in Ireland until about 17M, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. ' Episcopalians Meet At Hotel Ths Women's Auxiliary of 8t atephen'i Episcopal Church me last night at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Et ta Payne was hostess. Mrs. LeRoy Huddleston present ed the devotional which include the Bishop's Charge. The member were inrorrned of a summer re tteat for the women of the church to be incorporated in the activities at Camp Mitchell next year. Mrs Huddleston explained that the re treat was a. devotional project o prayer and dedication. Plans were approved to share with the diocese in assisting finan daily a Christian Japanese family for a period of four years. It was decided that the St. Cecelia Guild would disband temporarily and that a reorganization o the Auxiliary would be considered The program and budget of tin Auxiliary were discussed and ap proved. Mrs. J. D. McDowell, Mrs. Huddleston and MM. w. J. Pitzhugh presented the program which followed the business meeting, giving an account of their experiences u delegates to the Women's Institute 011 Mt. Petit Jean. Mrs Payne served refreshments during the social hour. Meeting Held At Del [Church V Tventy-liv» members of the Dell W. S. C. S.. Including one new mem- »r, Mrs. Goah Legget, were enter- nined last night at the Dell Methodist Church by Mrs. Clyde Dobbs •.nd Mrs. E. H. Hall. Mrs. Helen Sanders, program leader, was assisted by Mrs. R. B. Craw- 'ord, Mrs. Noble am, ,\frs. j. M Stevens, Sr., Mrs. James Tidweli and Mrs. J. R. Gill. Mrs. R. A. Greenway conducted he business meeting in the absence )f the president, and reminded the members of the meetings to be held Wednesday. Thursday and Friday at the Methodist Church in Manila by Dr. Goodlow of Southern Meth- Drtist University. Mrs. Boyce Russell also was elected during the busl- less session, to fill the vacancy in he office of secretary of lltera- ure and publications. Closing prayer was offered by Mrs D. L. Shepherd. Refreshments were erveri by the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dw, ™!- ufIle(J . last J "sht tram Houston Miss, where tliey spent the holi day weekend with Mrs. Davis' mo ther, Mrs. Belle Wheeler and othe relatives .They went especially U attend the birthday celebration fo Mrs. Wheeler's 84th birthday yes terday. Mr. and Mrs, Hubert Wade an children of Union City, Tenn wer the weekend guests her* of her par ents Mr. and Mrs. Lee James an family. Mrs. R. L. Adkisson has returne from f vacation trip to Binning ham, Ala,, and Camp Stewart, Qa where she visited her son, Cor Perry Lee Adkisson before goin on to Jacksonville, Daytona Beach Fort Pierce, Silver Springs and S Augustine, Fla, and Montgomerj Ala. She was accompanied bj lie sister, Mrs. Fred Von Hofe anc Mr. von Hofe, of Memphis anc was their weekend guest befor returning home yesterday. While ir Memphis, she also attended a ban quet at Hotel Peabody Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Applebaum and children, Ann and Lana Jo of Os ceola, and Mrs. Applebaum's mo. ther, Mrs. Charlie Graves of Bly Seville, have returned from a vaca ion spent in Corinth, Miss., Pick wick Dam and Shlloh Park. Mrs. Sallie Needham -left yesterday for a weeks visit with relative n Poplar Bluff, Mo., be lore going o. Wichita, Kans.. and Oklahoma Jity, Okla.. for an extended visi with relatives In those piacej. Robert Crafton, Km of Mr. and Mrs. w. L. Crafton, left today for Fayetteville, where he will resume ils studies at the University ol Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. j.'p. Owens have eturned to their home here after laving spent the past two months n Forrest City, where Mr. Owens was temporarily employed at the Hamilton MOSEJ Power plant. Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Beville were n St. Louis, Mo., over the weekend where they visited relatives and .ttended the ball games. They were iccompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Edar crawlord. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Strom ire ,nd son, Slevie, spent the weekend n Little Rock as guest of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Hershel House »Ir. and Mrs. Joe Morgan and Miss ihirley Fisher, all of Rockford, III nd Pvt. Milton Morgan of Port Belvoir. Va., spent the weekend icre with Mr. and Mr«. Robert Villiams and Mr. and Mrs Charlie irutz. Pvt. Morgan will leave to- .orrow for Camp Kilman, N. J., or assignment to Austria. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Thompson r., had as their guests for the oliday weekend, their son. Capt. L. >. Thompson jr., MM. Thompson nd daughter, Deborah, of Fort rood. Texas, and Mrs. Thompson r.'s sister, Miss Leslie Williams of lemphis. Mr. and Mrs. Loula rierry and aughter, of Memphis, spent yes- erday her* with relatival. They arne, especially to attend funeral ervices held yesterday afternoon t First Baptist Church for Charles . Abbott, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. w. O. Anderson, r.. and family, had ai their week- nd guests, their daughter, Mrs. ames Bell, Mr, Bell and son, Billy, f Stuttgart. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Rehbach left oday for their home in San Franisco, Calif, following a visit here tth relatives. Mrs. Rehbach is the Jrmer Miss Katy Boswell of Bly- - heville. They are motoring home; y way of Canada »nd also will' isit points of interest in British olunibia. . W. O. Anderson, Jr., is spending •o days in Stuttgart on business.: vangelisric Services Announced for Tonight ' The Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Craw-! rd of Springdale. Ark., have ar- 1 ved in Blytheville to conduct a nes or revival meetings at First hurch of the Nazarene. it was an- ....OPENING SOON.... * NORTH STAR SUPPER CLUB formerly rhe Moos« Club ... No. Hiwoy 61 Jimmy Dorsey Jimmy Dorsey 's Orchestra Will Play for Club Dance Jimmy Dorsey. halt of the famous brother act of lh« popular music sc Held, brings his orchestra to Bly- eville Sept. 12 when he will ap th pear at the Country Club. Jimmy Dorsey has been leading his own band since 1938 when he split with brother Tommy. Since that time, he has appeared in New York's Paramount Theatre the Meadow-brook in New Jersey.' Chi cage's Hotel Sherman and Holly wood's Paladium. His organization recently coinplet :d a successful engagement at Ho tet statler in New York. Booking agents emphasize thai the current Dorsey orchestra lining popularity for its dance tempos. Featured with the band are •umpeter shorty Sherock, . wlio stars with the Dorsey Dixieland group, and girl i-ocallst Pat O'Cou Circle Meeting Held At Church Circle One of the Women's Safety of Christian Service w Lake street Methodist Church met yes- :erday afternoon at the church, cith 15 members present. Mrs. Jim Davis, circle chairman, >resided over the business session when reports were given on the district W.S.C.S. meeting held last week in Jonesboro. Mrs. C. T. Shamlin was In charge of the devotional when a skit. "Advance of Ann Skeptical" was pre- ented. Assisting Mrs. Shamlin were Mrs. Billy King, Mrs. George Stllwe.ll, Mrs. George McGhehey. Mrs. George Shanks and Mrs Joe Strickland. Opening and closing prayers were riven by Mrs. McGhehey. ounced today by the Rev. Royal chultz, pastor. Services will be held nightly at' :45 o'clock. The Rev. Mr. Crawford has spent * years as an evangelist In the hurch of the Nazarene. and has eld services In almost every state n the union. He has been Instru- -nental jn organizing 31 churches f the Nazarene in home mission ampalgns, and it assisted In hla v«nge)i.!tlc endeavors by his wife •ho is an ordained elder. The public is Invited to attend the ervices. Study Group Has Meeting Mrt. J. O, Lowe «nd Mrs. M. T Moon were hostesses yesterday afternoon at the Lowe home to members of the Study Group of the Christian Women's Fellowship of First Christian Church. Mrs. Rupert Crafton. president "lied the meeting to order, and the group repealed the Lord's Prayer In unison. Mrs. Crafton also served at study leader for the afternoon, assisted by Mrs. Jim Rainwater using as the subject, "churches That Are Carriers of the Faith". Mrs. John c.'Mdlaiiey was worship leader for the afternoon, and Mrs. Lowe served as accompanist. The session was closed with the missionary benediction, and the hostesses served refreshment* during the social hour. warden Club Plans Meeting The first meeting of the Blythe- vllle Garden Club tor the Fall season will ne held tomorrow afternoon, 2:30 o'clock, at the Blytheville Woman's club on West Main Street. Topic for the afternoon's program will ue "Flower Gai-den Problems" with Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb serving as program chairman for the day. Mrs. James V. Gates will preside over Her first meeting as president of the organization. Guests may attend Ihls program, and members of the BlythevlUe Woman's Club not now members of he Garden Club may become af- 'illated with it, It was announced .oday. \ Coming Events Social Calendar Tuesday Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi holding fh- s( , meeting at Robert Lipscomb home, with Mrs Llpscomb and Mis. Perry Darby as co-hostesses. 7:30 p.m. American Legion Auxiliary meeting at the Hut, 8 p.m. Thursday Mrs. Harry A. Haines entertaining Kibitzer Club. G.E.o. Club members being entertained by Mrs. Johnson Blackwell. t Thursday Rook Club meeting with Mrs. Eugene Brown.. Mrs. Ben- Mac White entertaining La Neuve Club. Friday Stitch and Chatter Club meeting with Mrs. Harvey Dorris. Read Courier News Classified Ad». •AGB mn Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, II!. Sept. 4. W-(USDA>-Hogs. 18,500; 10 to so cents lower than Friday's average; 180-MO Ibs 20.85 to mostly 21.00; considerable sprinkling 21.10; 230-'->70 Ibs 21.10-50; 270-335 Ibs 18.85-19.60; some 350 Ibs 18.35- bulk 150-110 Ibs' 19.25-20.50; 120-HO Ibs 18.75-18.75; few 100-110 Ibs 15.CO- 16.00; sows 400 Ibs down mostly 17.50-18.50; a few 13.75; heavier sows largely 15.SO-17.00; stags 13.5015.50: boavs steadv lo spots 50 cents Higher, 11.50-15.00. Cattle, 6.50C; calves, 1,800; veal- rs 1.00 higher; few loads choice steers 35.50-36.25; low to average Choice mixed yearlings- 33.50-34 75- some commercial steers and heifers 2».00-3I.OO; utility and commercial cows 22.50-26.SO; canners and cutters mostly 17.00-22.50. WAC-WAF Recruit,,, Schedule Visit H«r« Staff Sgt. Birdie M. King and Cpl. Ruth Stoecker. WAC-WA? recruiters will be at the Army and Air force Recruiting station in City Hall here Thursday to Interview applicants for enlistment. They will be at the recruitin* .station from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. Applicants lor enlistment must be bt- twccn the ages of 18 and 34 inclusive, single and have no dependent*. Basic training for WACs U given al Fort Lee, Va., and at Lackland Air Force, San Antonio, Tex, for WAF.s The national acreage of Irish potatoes this year Is the smallest sine* 1871, but yields per acre are expected to be near record level* YarbroW.S.CS. Holds Meeting Mrs. Ed Bunch was hostess las night at her home lo 15 members o the Yarbro Womens Society o Christian Service, and one guest Mrs Monroe-Bfshsrse. The devotional was given by Mrs Denny Hammond, followed by the concluding chapter of the stud course. "Christian's Vocation", pre soiled by Miss Alice Marie Ross Mrs. M. o. McRae and Mrs. Johnny Johnson. Mrs. Glenn Bunch presided ove a brief business session, and tin hostess served refreshments durlni the social hour. Read Courier Newn Classified Adu DR. W. A. TAYLOR Veterinarian Officer Now In ST. 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A good pick-axe cost, *3.7o as against $2.00 in 1910. ^nn n , water tor « wmmiinilv of 50000 will cost approximately $200,000; to provide a 50'^ increa 8 e the b-11 w,ll be 9400,000: to provide a .00% increase, it will run $700,000. These approximations do not fake into consideration (he hundred and one special conditions which might lessen or increase the costs for anv parUcular c,ty. But they show how the figures may be expected to shape «p. One thing you can be sure of. To increase water facilities at anv (.me m (he near future is going to cost a lot more monev (ban past ex'- penence had Id most people in the business to expect. Wafer Is Your Cheapest Commodity- Use It Freely Blytheville Water Co. Air Conditioned by Refrigeration Listen to KLCiN lit 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Box Office Phone 2752 - Office Phone 6998 Box Office Opens at 1:15—Show Starts 2:00 P.M. 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