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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 9, 1949
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FAG1 FOUR BLTTHEVILLE (AHK.)' COUSIER NEWS TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1949 Society NewA 9 Phone 4161 Linen Shower Fetes Miss Julia Ann Woodsou Gifts of linen were presented to Miss Julia Ami Woodson yesterday at a dessert bridge and shower given by Mrs. Willian Jontz and Mj&s Nancy Partlow at the J. M. Jontz home on Chickasawba. Twelve guests attended the patty, one in a series .of social events planned in Miss Woodson's honor before her marriage to Major John Hudson Saturday. She was presented a white linen luncheon set by her hostesses. Roses, gladioli and other summer flowers in an array of color were attractively arranged throughout the home .A lor crystal bowl filled with pink roses formed a background for the figures of a bride and groom beneath a rose-bud arch in a nest of inaline as a centerpiece. Twin white candles tied in pink ribbons stood in crystal holders at either side of the centerpiece. Roses in bmi vases, centered the small tables at which guests were seated. Green and pink cakes and sherbet were served, with Mis.s Woodson's refreshments being all while and designated by two wcddfn? rings tied on white ribbon around, her! Mrs. C. G. Wecdimiu, 325 S. I>»kc,| villc since sherbet glass. i were married in 1888, aild have been I years old. In bridge games. Mis.? Woodson j ' won high score and Mrs. E. B. Woodson, mother of the bride-elect and a special guest won second high. For the affair Miss Woodson chose an olive green simback dress threaded with gold strands. She wore white accessories and pinnrd a corsage of white asters and yellow rosebuds, sift of the hostesses, at her shoulder. Out of town guests included Miss JIAIIKIKI) fil YK.VKS—Mr. ami, living in the same house in Blytlle. 1916. They are both 86 Bits of News James McNalr of Memphis and ills sister, Mrs, Bradford Mitchell of Atlanta, Ga.. spent the weekend here is guest of their aunt, Mr». Wilton May an^ Mr. May. Shirley King, who has been vlsit- ti in Taylorsvllle, 111., for the past two weeks, has returned to her home here. Condition of Mis.s Ix'ta Rose Castilo, who has been ill for several days at her home on llearn. Is Improved. She is now able to be up. Drs. Carl and Kdna Nics it'turn- ed yesterday after spending a month with relatives in Galcsburg and Petersburg, 111., and Slielhy- vllle, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wagner and family left this morninn for points of interest In Michigan. They plan to stay way two reeks. Mrs C. L- McWatcrs left Sunday by plane from Memphis for Los Angeles. Calif., where she will visit her mother. Mrs. Cleo Lanfiston. She was motored to Memphis by Mr. MrWntcr.s. who also met the plane from Pine Bluff which caricd Mrs. McW-.tcrs' daughters, Mary Alice and Anita Wroten. They have been there of their ^nuut- parent-s, Mi- and Mrs. J A Wroten, formnrjy of here. Mr and Mrs. H. H. Di-vis oi Wull.s, Miss., are spending several diijs here as quests of their daughter. Dirt Embedded Under Fingernails Breeds Germs & Endangers Health By AllcU. Hurt Nl A Stiff Writer Sounds awful—but do you know that with a little bit of neglect dirt- cmbeddtd fingernails can provide a Happy hunting ground lor germs? Manicurists report—In astonishment—that many women who demand Impeccable manicures bring nails lo the table which reveal gross neglect .when polish is stripped. Polrsh-concealed grime Is a menace to health as well as to good grooming. Fingernails are in almost constant contact with the (ace and are a threat because the mouth, nose, eyes are portals of germ entry, i Moreover, minute deposits of face ami| deodorant cream, face-powder pigmented foundations, mascara and eye shadow, which lodge under naik, are en impugnment of good grooming, no matter how impec- tabp the manicure, is, Fjur health's sake, as well as for ueafity. nails should be kept me- lici^ously ciean. Best way to make Milt that they're simon pure Is to scrjb with a nail brush every tune ha^ds are washed. If any dirt re- istp the brush, there should be a Sharp Honored )u Fifteen ill Birlhday A dinner party for family and iiieud e at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Tim ShHrp on Carolyn Street Sunday complimented 'lillie Sharp on his fifteenth Inrt'ituy. The honored guest is the brother of Tim sharp. Betty Dale, housegllest of Mrs. Kendall Berry, of Prentiss. Miss., and Mrs. John E. douse, cousin of Miss Woodson. of Griffin. Ga. The hostesses were assisted in entertaining by Mrs. H. G. Partlow. Mrs. Billy Galnes, and Miss Mary Frances Game*. Miss Parks Honored With Dessert Bridge Four tables of bridge guests were entertained in Miss Mary Ann Parks' honor last night by Miss Barbars Monaghan. Miss Parks is engaged to Edgar Oslin Jr. of Little Rock and will be married here AugTist 28. The party- was one In * series of prcnuptial events planned to'"ennpllincnt her. Each guest L receded a^ ,o>ioiiniY ^corsage In-R P^Hr f" olo *V*k she en- (••t-*j~*?«r- jmitt Monaghan home on Ash Street. MUs 'Parks was given ft similar corsage in bridal white, which she pinned at the shoulder of her black and beige linen frock. She wore black accessories. Miss Parks also received a gift from her hostess. Models of a bride and her bridesmaids, gowned iu pastels, were the feature decoration for the party. Encircled with greenery and flanked by six white tapers burning In crystal candelabra, the < miniatures formed the centerpiece for the dining table. ; Guests were served byJMiss Mon- gahan. assisted by her 'mother, at small tables decorated in the same pastel hues. In bridge games prizes were won by Mrs. Richard Rose for high score and Miss Betty Black for sec- Guesls included his parents, Mr. and Mr?. W T. Sharp, Mr. and Mrs. John Sharp and daughter. Billio Jean; Juc Sharp; Mr. and Mrs P. L. B'lldridye and family, and Mr. I and Mrs. Boyd Minnick and family. j From Memphis came Mr and Mrs. Aaron Sharp, another brother of Biilie Sharp Gifts were presented Biilie. after '.vlucti birthday cake was served by the hostess Coming Events Social Calendar Tuesday Epsilon Sif;tiia Alpha will meet at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. II. L, Harper. Calvary Baptist Church Business Women's Circles Three and Pour WH! meet iU 7:30 p.m. at church for regular businr.s.'j session. . '•' • Mr. and Mrs. Weedman Observe Anniversary c-lchiutiiiK Rt years of married life this month arc Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Wocdnmn, parents of nine children. Mairicd in Apolona. Ind,, August 5, 1888, Mr. and Mrs. Wccdman moved to Diythcville from Steele, Mo., iu 181S. They saw their neighborhood, surrounding their home at 325 Lake Street, transformed from a district :)n the outskirts of the town into a district adjiicent to the downtown section, and saw Blythcville change Mrs. They Stiortlello atid were motored here family. by Mr. fo!pw-up stldt. a pruDing orange fcEV Movie star Virginia Mayo Rives nail lips f vlia scrub with brush alter washing her bands. Presbyterian Women Study Book of John jrogra s on "Preachmcr at the Feast of Tabernacle.-" uere heard by three cricles of the Women of tli> First Presbyterian Church ill meetings yesterday. The Bible study and Mr.i Sporliello, who have just j WES taken from the book of John, returned fiom a vacation of twOj Circle One met at 10 a.m. at weeks spent in Washington. D.C., j "if church with Mrs Walter Day New York New Jersey and points : leiding the program. Mrs. C. M. of intcrtst in Virginia. presided over the business Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Merritt. ™' slo » »'ith 15 members answering Mr and Mrs. Harry Lawson and 1 L ' '• Miss Norina Jean Roush spent the weekend in St. Louis as the guests of Mr. Merrill's mother. Mrs. Mary Merritt. They went especially for the Cardinal ball games Saturday and Sunday. They returned last nieht. Miss Rosemary Monaghan is In i fo(lowed"bv ^ixteen members of Circle Four met at 8 pin. with Mrs. Eddie Siliba and Mrs. Jack Chamblin as hostesses. Mrs. J. E. Carter opened tile meeting with a prayer and the program was presrnted by Mrs. Diy. Mrs. Elbert Huffman was ciiainnan for the business meeting holir Lake Street W. S. C. S. Meets at Mrs. Green's "Chmn" again was the subject of stvd" when the Women's Society of Christian Service of the Lake Street Methodist Church met yesterday Mrs. W. L. Green was hostess to 17 members at her home on Nortl Ninth with Mrs. George Slilwel as co-hostess. The program was the third in a series on the Orienta country. Mrs. W. W, McNeil opened the meeting with a prayer. Mrs. Billy King, president, was in charge of a short bus'ness session followed by the devotional, offered by Mrs. Iverson Morris. The group was dismissed with a prayer by Mrs. George Shanks. Tin hostesses served a salad plate anc iced drinks. from community with muddy streets lo its present size. They huvc live at the Lake Street aridre:^ all but two years since 1916. They arc both 85 and are the oldest members of the First Christian Church here, having been members for 02 years, Five of their children are still living. They are Mrs. H. B. LaShot and II. E. Wccdman of Blylheville, Mrs. Alvin Brown. Strathmore. Calif.. George Weedman of Three Rivers. Mich., and Floyd Weedman of ChiilTce. Mo, They have 11 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. They observed the occasion quietly with a few relatives and friends. Memphis this week as the house- M rs E . B . Thomas was hostess lo guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse W.chb cj| . c , Fj d 1]irc( , visitol . s Mrs N um h e r Nine and family, who formerly lived I D c . McL( , an was prrgram cllalr _ ""moer ^'"« here. | , nan Tlle b ,, s [ n ess meeting was con- j Increase Membership Mrs. John E. Clonse and dangh- [ ducted bv Mrs. Ebb Spradley. toiler. Marsha, of Griffin, Ga.. are lowing which the hostess served ' Ihc K\iests ttf her sister. Mrs. Joe Evrard. They came for the wedding of Mrs. Clouse's cousin. Miss Ten new members were gaincc refreshments. Eleven mcmbrs at- . by the Number Ntae Baptist Church Guild Plans Study Course Mrs. LeRoy Huddleston was hos- esj last night at h«r home, 1520 3hlckax*wba, to members of St. Cecelia's Guild of the Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Eplsco- pal Chhrch. The meeting wa» opened with repetition of the Lord's Prayer, and the devotional, presented by Mrs Huddleston. Mrs. E. R. Mason, Guild chairman, presided over the justness session when plans were made for the study course to be used during the coming months on :he theme "Personalities of the Old Testament." Refreshments were served during the social hour. At The Hospitals Blythevllle HwpiUl Dismissed: Mrs Marlln Wood and baby, City. Lulu Fay Gibbons, Hornersvtlle. Jan. Blodgett, City. Mrs, J. J. Hardln. Armorcl. Shannon Terry. Cooler. Mo. Betty Cunningham, City. Mrs. G. B. Dnws. City. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Nolen Young. City. Mrs. J. A. Bishop, steele, Mo James Mist, Portageville, Mo. Mrs. T. C. Hatcher. City. Mrs. Thomas Higgs, Caruthersville. Mo Mrs. William dalllon. City. Wilson Bohnnnlng. City. Mrs Jiimrs Parley and baby. Dell. Mrs, 1, B Martin. l,uxora. Mrs. Fraud- Patterson. Steele. Six Women Hostesses To W. M. U. Circles Six circles of the Women's Missionary Union of the First Bapllst Church met yesterday for their regular meeting. Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon was hostess to nine members of Circle One at her home. Mrs. Charles Penn taught the lesson arid prayers were offered by Mrs. Victoria Gilbert and Mrs. B. C. Brown. Circle Two met with Mis. J. W. Rayder. Five members attended. Mrs. Roy Head gave the lesson and Mrs. C. M. Smart and Mrs. Shelburne Brewer prayed. Five members of circle Three met at the home of Mrs. Joe Ramcy with Mrs. W. R. Oennlng as hostess. Mrs. Ramey was a guest. The lesson was given by Mrs. c. S. Lemons, with prayers" by Mrs. R. E. Blaylock and Mrs. R. W. Woolen. Mrs. Reece Woolen had 15 members at her home for a meeting of Circle Pour. Mrs. \lvin Huffman had charge of the lesson with prayers said by Mrs. Charles Newcomb and Mrs. Harry Brooks. Mrs. Ted King was hostess ta Circle Five, with 11 members. Mill, Walter Bishop taught the lesson and prayers were offered by Mrs. Charles R. Newcomb and Mrs W M. Williams. Eight Circle Six members heard Mrs. Kendall Berry teach their lesson at the home of Mrs. Romilrt Gaery. Mrs. Ben Abbotl w a s hostess. Prayers were said by Mrs. Jim Crafton and Miss Codelia Wii- hite. I ivcsfock tended. NATION'AL "TOCKYARDS, MI, Aug. 9. M 1 '— <USDA>— Hogs 10.000; barrows ami gilts steady to 25 lower: mostly steady to weak; sows steady to 25 'gher: 200-250 Ibs 23.25: to[) 2350 Tor several loads: 260-300 Ibs 22.00-23.00; '10-190 lor 2250-23.00: 140-110 Ibs 20.50-32.25: few at 2250: 100-130 'bs 18,50-20.25: sows 400 Ibs down 1800-19.50: heavier weights 14.50-17.50: stags 11.0013.50. Cattle 5000: calves 1900-. opening trade somewhat slow but early sales good to choice steers at 27.0050: fully steady to strong: moderately act've in"-'iry moving some good and choice heifers and mixed yearlings: steady at 26.00-27.00: cows opening steady; common and medium 14.50-16.00: few medium and good 16.50-17.00; cnnncrs and cutters l-'.OO-M 50: bulls 50 higher; medium and good 17.50-1900: cutter and common 15.00-16.50: vealers I during the recent revival conducted I 1.00 higher: good and choice 25.00- A general meeting or the Women ' there by minister* of two neighbor- Julia Woodson, lo Ma). John Hud-j of the Church will be conducted at 'ing churches, announced the Rev. son Saturday. |3:30 p.m. next Monday. An cxccu- i Gene Shttltz. pastor. Mr. and Mrs. I-. O. Gill and son I live board meeting and business | The Rev. Jack Auten. Armorel Lake St _ f , __ ''er,urcrV The Jailor G. A.'s of the First P^'^cinncf """ Rl "" I forms Brotherhood Thursday PYdelis Sunday School cla.^ of ; nev artments nt Lake Max returned last night from a week's vacation in Detroit. Mich., and Montreal. Canada. They visited their son and brother. Lowell Gill. Mrs Gill and daughter. Patsy, in Detroit, and their sister, Mrs. G. N. Robinson in Montreal. Mrs. Robinson and her husband have been living in Montreal since returning tf this, continent a month ago from r Cniro/E"gyp$:wriere the./'made.their home several years. Another daughter. Mrs. T. J. Cabo. Mr. Cabo und children. Mary Alice and Teddy, of Scranton. Pa., joined them in Montreal. Their son Max reti'rne" 29.00: common and medium 190024.00. Continuous Shows Box Office Opens I -.45 Show Si arts 2:00 8:1)0 a.m. U:45 p.m t:3« p LISTEN TO KLCN Tuesday and Wednesday : POWELL" Station West Selected Short Subject ' Cnntinuita* Showing Ev^rvrtay meetings of the circles will precede j Baptist Church pastor, was preach- I er for the ten-day meeting with \ ' the Rev. David McPeak. pastor of [ prey on jack j Mary's Chapel at Huftmnn. direc- \ tor of singing. They received four [ members by letter and six by bap- ' lism. j The Rev. Mr. Shultz reported that the general meeting. Bol>cat5 and rabbits. will spend two weeks. Mr. and Mr.s. Baker Wilson and daughter, MLss Jane Wilson, left Si'ndry for Gatlinburg. Tenn., "•here they will vacation for two \veeks. Mrs. E, E. Cowthorne, of Detroit, is vinting Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Mclntosh, her brother and sister| First Baptist Chmch will meet for [Street Mahodist Church wcie an- Montreal. Their son max reu-mi-ci i i r j-law „ sist( , r Mrs Wendell (covered dish supper at 7 p m. at!'"""'ted :oriay by the pastor, the : to Blytiicville after spending three I P | lil!fp ',: m & mother Mrs Grace home of Mrs. E. R. Jackson. Mrs. I R "' '•'" :e " Harrison, j weeks In Detroit as guest of his Mcluto ., h shc p!!ul5 (o remain Floyd Simpson and Mrs. Dixie Mor- | Men's Christian Brotherhood met j brother and tamilv. | nc ,. c , wcc u ond high. Out of town guests included Miss Betty Dale of Prentiss. Miss., rLs will be, Mrs. Albeit Enderlin will be hostess to the Hlythevilte Rook Club. The Avalon Bunco Club will be entertainer at the home of Mrs. i Sunday night at llie church tt> com- jpl/Je iLs organization and to elect P. R. Janctt was elected chair- Mrs. Cal Gossctl ami sons. Cal and Jim. have returned from a month's tour of the West. On their I field. Mo., yesterday for the Mineral return trip the. were r " e weekend | O f Vrs. " S. Horner. mother of Mr. and Mrs. J- L. Chcrrv and Rodiuy Banister were in BJooin- H. E. Tinker, vice-chaiiman; puest of the Rev. and Mrs. Allen Bill GMbow. W. L Horner nf Blythevillc, ]'. and Mrs. Frank W. Nelson °- J - Rorigtrs. secietary, ani Mr. ] n. Stewart of Comvay. formerly of Mrs. -^ale Horn wih entertain the | n]vktT and Gcoi-go Stllwell.i pro- I here while he Rev. Mr. Stewart aiid duiehtcr. Janet, hare returned Thursday Rook ';iub. Si'am committee. The first rt^ular ' was pastor of the First Methodist [home after spending a week with The Gmnclt W.S.C-S. will meet mrctln " r lls - s bccn scheduled forlciuirch. in Pens^cola; Fta at the church at ^:30 p-iu. Thursday. August 25, at 7:30 p.m.. Mr _ and M] . Si ,; nme5 Smotlier- j The Rev. and Mrs' J. E. Brake- Kriilny The C.B.C. CHiD \vil! be entertained at. the home of Mrs. C. S. Dowdy. Tliursday. August 25. at 7:30 p.m.' at the church Young iiiiinicd couples have rc- rcturneri Dlanchard Springs, night, where from ' field atid they j Brakeicld dauchter. Miss Carol of Pincville, La,, were cemiy formed a new Sunday School S pend the weekend. They were ac- recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. nl the churcli. Mrs. 3am | comDiuiicd t ] lcr( , hy tnc j r stm and R. W.bster. The Rev. Mr. Brake,, ,, . ;r,ondwm .s the teacher. Officers j bv Mrs smothcrman's parents. Mr field s a former 'eacher of Bible Mrs. Howard Graham of Steele. Mo.: have not been elected and the roll | anrt Mrs. Arch Lindsey, all ol whom 1 at Loiisiana College there. . . Mrs. Max Parks, mother of the i has not been completed yet, the j guest of Mrs. Kendall Berry, aiirfhouoree. WHS a special guest. | Rev. Mr. Harrison said. Top-fligM t/iriftf Top-ty/g/it sfy/ef Top-ffig/it va/uef STUDEBAKER TRUCKS cut costs fast THREE MEN RIDE RELAXEDl There's TM! hrad room, Inji room and Ire room in the nrw Stu«^aker tiu.:k cab—big vision, too. in ^11 tiire,-t:ori5 —thf restful comfort of nc'.v Adjusto- Air seal cushions. Sfudebakerlruck power is money-saving power — an ample reserve for tough going— consistent gasoline economy? Studebaker truck construction is wear- re silling construction — ruggednes* for "go-anywhere" hauling — protection agoinst frequent repairs! Studebaker trucks are real "driver con- Srriamlinid n»w StudiboV»r rrucV» come in « wide Tiine« of sizes am] whcelbaiKs for him- dirJs of needi. Half-ton pick-up ti illuitrrtted. venienco M trucks —cab floors ar« low- cab steps are enclosed — wide cab doori have automatic "hold-open" stopi — variable-ratio steering builds up plenty of leverage for turn-a rounds and parking. • Stop in and see the new Studebaker trucks. Find ouf how fast they can cut the cost of your hauling. CHAMBLIN SALES COMPANY Railroad and Ash Phone 88( Now! Ton! Home Permanent TWICE as EASY- TWICE as FAST his congregation has increased by JO members since he took over the pastorate on February 27. ReajJ" Courier News * Want Ads CHANGE .f LIFE? 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Bargain Night Every N'ighl Except Saturday No passes honored on Sunday »i Koxy Tli pat re Tuesday and Werlnesday *|00 Included in this nffcr Torn Crcme Rir»*e > rmkpi your Tom *.?* More people ore buying Studebaker trucks thfe year than in any previous year? KIRBY DRUG STORES Blythevllle, Ak. PRESCRIPTION SERVICE Our years of experience assure you that, when you present a prescription order to us. it will be expertly compounded from fresh, pure drugs. You can be sure at Rot block's. ROTHROCK'S DRUG STORE At PENNEY'S On Sale TOMORROW AT 9:00 A.M. DON'T MISS THIS ONE Women's Leather-Bound 21 Inch WEEK END CASE $roo • Navy blue saffian pyroxylin coated cover • Lock corner wood frame box • Split cowhide bindings, 1]/ 4 " wide • Brass plated steel set-in locks • Navy blue royon linings HURRY, AS SUPPLY IS LIMITED!! Another One-Day Sell-Out!! NU-WA LAUNDRY-CLEANERS

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