The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 27, 1949 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 27, 1949
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, AUGUST t7, 1949 Phone 4461 Margie Brown Honored With Lingerie Shower Complimenting Miss Margie Brown on her rerent engagement to E. H. Lenoir ot Tampa, Fla., Miss Sarah Beshnrse and Miss Onlc Boj'd entertained Thursday nlglit with a zhower at Miss Bftsliarse' home. Lingerie glfls were added to the bride-elect's trousseau by the guesta. Red carnations decorateri the living room of the home and liuj;e red letters across the wall read "Happiness to Margie." Throi'Eh- out the evening the record entitled "Margie" was played in compliment to the guest of honor. Assorted party foods, sundwirhcs and cake, decorated with "Bi-st Wishes, Margie," were served with ked drinks. In games during the evening.' prizes were won by Miss Hobble Faye Michael and Miss Brown. Miss Brown chose for the occasion a sharkskin frock (rimmed with white and accessories nf h]ack patent. Her hosle^cs presented her with a corsage of red carnations. White carnations were pinned at their shoulders by the hostesses. Miss Besharse wore a deep luchs!n crepe dress with a rirnpc skirt and Miss Boyrt was aUircrt In a two- piece frock of Jado green. • » « Surprise Parlv Fetes Mrs. W. J. Fitzhugh Mrs. W. J. Fitzhugh was honored last night with a birthday party at the Cedars Club Edith George, Mrs. Andrew Moses and Mrs. Fred Saliba were hostessed to the members and their families of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church at the pink and white affair. The refreshment table was overlaid with a outwork cloth centered Ttith a three ttered birthday enke candles. PinK candles in crystal candelabra flanked the cake. Individual white cakes topped with a pink rosebud were served Pink and white party foods were used to further carry out the color scheme. A placque heaped with fruit iiud a bhie milk glass bowl containing fresh fruits were placed on a stele serving table. Following supper the evcnhig was spent. In informal entertainment during which time Mrs. Fitzhugh was presented gifts by her hostesses and friends attending. The hostesses, who were assisted in serving by their mother, Mrs, M George, presented the honoree will a corsage 01 pink carnations. Mixed summer flowers were uaec through the Club. * • • College Group At lends Church 'Fashion Party' One of the last parties of the season given for the young college sei was a fashion party last night who Miss June Buchanan was hostes? to members of the college Training Union of the First Baptist Church. i Materials were given each guest' upon entering for making a bonnet for tiie fashion show which followed. Games were played with the theme being "Fall Fashions". Attending were the Misses Adalene Lee and Maxine Overman from Central College; Miss Billie Sue Buries, TSCW; Guy Rogers, Arkansas State, Bob Ajjhley of the University of Missouri and Carroll Evans of Ouachita. Refreshments were served by the hostess who was assisted by Mi^s Hnzel Branne", counselor lor the union. .akc Street Wonder Class -las Chicken Twenty-two members of the Wonder Class of Lake Street Methodist church met at the church asl night for a chicken supper. The .supper was served from a able overlaid with a white cloth. Following supper the group sjxmt the remainder of the evening In In- ornial entertainment. Coming Events Social Calendar Sunday Maiy Ann Parks will btcome the bride of Kdgnr Oslin Jr. at 4 p.m. today in the Methodist Church. Reception will follow at home for out-of-town guests, relatives and wedding parly. Monday Lake Street Methodist WSCS will cet at 2:30. Circle Two of Calvary Baptist WMU will meet at the church at 3 p.m. Reception for Miss Billie .lean Tuck and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Backer at the First Baptist Church at 8 p.m. Tuesday Til-Town Bridge Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Dale S. Brings. Wednesday Junior GA's will meet at home of Carol Ann Holt at 3 p.m. Thursriaj- Mrs. Taft Metier hostess to Av- motel Home Demonstration club. Mrs. Richard Prltclinrd hostess to Thursday Rook Club. Friday ' Blytheville Rook Club will play at the home of Mrs. A. E. Miller at 3 p.m. Bits of News Wilson P.T.A. President Calls Meeting of Board WILSON. Ark-., August 27—Mrs. Maurice Lynch, president of the Wilson parent-Teacher Association, has announced that an executive board meeting will be held at 2:30 p. i)].* Wednesday In the Merrill Koom at the Wilson Tavern. Committee chairman will oe given materials for the year's vrork and various committee members ^'ill be named. Blytheville Boy to Preach At Lake Street Church Services at the Lake Sti'cet Meth- oriist Church at 11 a.m. tomorrow will be conducted by Hobby Edwards, son of Mr. snd Mrs. M. S. Edwards, today announced the Rev. LInza Harrison, pastor of the church. The Rev. Mr. Harrison will be In Macon. Mo., assisting in the funcra] ol J. W. Vorhis. \vho was supervisor of United Farming Agency [or that territory. Mr. Edwards, a Blyiheville high ichool student, plans to enlcr the ministry following his high school career. Condition ol Ilcy Walton who has been a patient at Memphis Baptist Ho.spitai fur several clays is improved. Among the Blytheville i>eople in Keiscr today tor the funeral ot Fred Lov.ery were Mr. and. Mrs. C. H. Wallace and son Dan, Mr. and Mrs. W. K Wallace anrt family, Mrs. T. L. Wallace and Mrs. Henry Wilson. Mrs. Cecil I/)\ve and -ions, Jimmy and Jerry were in >feniphis Thursday accompanied home uy Mr. Lowe's mother, Mrs. O. A. Lowe of Millington lor several days visit. Mrs. M. T. Moon has returned from RuMCllvitle after several days I'isit. She was met in Memphis by Mr. Moon anrt they spent the day .hero as I lie ijtirMs of Mr. and Mrs. Tom McOanity. Mrs. T. H. Haynes wllle leave Sunday for St. Louis for n two week's vacation. SJie will return by way of Cairo. III., where she will be the ii.ue.sis of relatives and friends there. Mrs. Boone Hall had as her guests her sister. Mrs. James Wilson and Mr. Wilson, her niece. Mrs. Dougi Holman, Mr. iiolman and two children all of Austin. Texas. The group returned to their home yesterday after a week's visit. Condition of Meyer Grnber aho has been a patient at, Memphis Baptist Hospital is satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lynch, Jr. of St. Louis, arrived rast nigh to spend several days as the guests of Mr. Lynch's parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Chandler left Friday for a week's vacation in the Oznrks Mi's. Annabel! Fill. Mrs. E. O. Ambrose and Mrs. George were in Jonesboro Friday mirse'.s conference. [ Frank Byrd was returned to his< home today after having been a patient at Memphis Baptist Hos- j m'lal for sevcrnl days. His condition ' is satisfactory. ] E. R. Mason and son. Cary, returned Friday from a two week's vacation in Washington, D. C., and i Nylon Is Success as Decorator Fabric r— WK—w VIM& -S» - 1MMHH — *•"'?''«M1!* ""*?, W ' »'. <' Schools to Be Invaded by Women, Tellebinoculars and Optometrists Parable-like, the mountain is< coming lo Mohammed. Mohammed lit t! case Is the schoolchildren ol Blytlievlllc and (lie mountain Is the oft-advised, but rarely heeded yearly optical examination. Because most, children don't like to go to the dentist or the doctor even such a painless practician as an optometrist, the optometrist is coining '" them. Auxiliary's 1 Main I'rujtct It's all part of a scheme devised by the embryonic Junior Service Auxiliary of Blytheville as their main project and pet'. »» *>'e- savins clink-. Along about October 1 Central.- Sudbrry and Langc schools will be invaded by a horde of stnmse- looking objects with polysyllabic names !l«c tellebinoculars. And by a score of pretty but cfCtcient- looklns ladles who only recently were pupil^ at a school themselves, but a different kind of school. For a rmiple of weeks before then, the Auxiliary member' will be trained by Dorters Jnmes Guard eye will be treated by Dr. Jack Webb, consultant, on ocular diseases and pathology. All three eye men who are co-operating with the auxiliary In the clinic have donated their skill and time, Proceeds from the September t style .show sponsored by the Auxiliary will go In the eye-clinic fund. Nylon yarn adapts its sturdy virtues to decorator fabric? Sheer, printed nylon voile in "Early Spring" pattern (above is dirt-resistant, washable and shrink-proof, "Broken Twig' nylon damask (upper left) has richness of imported fabric ..strength nf nylon. Nylon Uffeta (center left), available it (decorator colors, and dramatic press cloth print nylon in i $ "Squares" pattern are suitable for draperies and slip-covers MAHJOtUK SCILKIA' MO A Staff Writer ; Fresh from its triumphs in the fashion field, nylon is carrying off j still newer honors as home decor| nting labrlc. Nylon velvets, laffe- ! tas, sheers, dama'ks and pre^y cloth I prints dt^isncrt to be used for clrap- Nylon voile isn't news, but printed nylon voil- -.siill easily washable and requiring 1'ic minimum of ironing, makes curtain news for fall. The "Early Spline" pattern and Hawaiian print, play up the iragile quality of the fabiic. which in reality is ciiit and tea-resistant. f'ayati i cr ies. upholstery and slip-covers are non-shrinkable and hangs straight lor a C flccs in ^oint. : after \vashins without the aid of The strength, reliability and a curtain stretcher, quick-drying qualities of nylon plus = Press cloth, which is like press It.s resistance to heat, weather, soir cloth ii5cd on tailor shop pressing and fire are all present in luxurious new decorator fabrics. The rich depth of the velvets. Bcthcsda. Md. Dr. and Mrs. Qttentln File daughters. Ann and Jill left Friday for their home In Tulsa, Okla., I after having been the guests for! several days of Mrs. File's mother, i Mrs. Karen M. Wood. i Condition of Mrs. T. c. Hatcher, j who 1 was returned to her home Wed-1 nesday following an operation at Memphis Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat I Hospital, is satisfactory. ] Mrs. Kendall Berry and sons, machines, has not only been duplicated in nylnn but appears In vivid print patters for home dec- the "hand" of the damasks and, orating. A dramatic pattern of taffetas, the airy prints of the: "Squares" shows the plain weave but sliehtly fuzzy te.xture of press cloth. This new fabric is particularly good for modern draperies sheers bespeak luxury with the nnd j "sturdy" virU-cs well concealed un~ ' • '-" si-face delicacy. der and .slipcover; nich damask, with the interesting tone-on-tone effect of imported fabrics is made of all nylon yarns in "Broken Twig," floral and monotone eficcts In both traditional and modern mot"s. The fabric is long-wearing, slow to soil and easily washed and cleaned. In addition to a wide color selection of ny'on taffeta suitable in weight and width <5G Inches) for draperies, sllj::Dvers and bedspreads, there is now a complete color selection of all nylon velvet. This velvet promises to usher hi a nei' era of nap fabrics that can re-ist abrasion, wrinkling and crushing. The luxuriant qualities of the nylon velvet will not mat or wilt when wet—water Just rolls off its surface. and MIHon Webb. BK-tt-eville optometrist*, in the rudiments of the use of the cadgets. The doctors are scheduled to do the actual i-stinE nf (he whoolchllrtren with f '-i? a.^i t:iMre "f tbe service Hubbers. To be a Vparly Clinic Only the third through l'ie sixtl Grades w<ll h tested at the bc- ginnine with junior high and hioh I school latei. ^xnerts advised the | ™mmittee members. Mrs. Joe E. Rraslev. Mrs F. Don Smith and ^r*. Max Loean. tha' it would be 'mnractical to 2've vouncer children this tvne of examination for 'hfir eves nre no' proucrlv fncusen vet and they nnot read wet] anvwav. However, the Auxiliary looks forward to the day, not too far In the future. It hopes, when similar clinics will be conducted In other schools In the district after city schools are tested. The clinic is tagged an annual affair. The work of the clinic docs not stop merely with the discovery of defective vision, either. Any results from the eye-checks will be reported t oparents. If the parents are not financially able to ecuip their child with glasses the Auxiliary will do so. Lions (Jive Monej And this is where the Lions Club steps in. A latent fund accumulated over a long period of time by the men's service club has been turned over to the Auxiliary to help pay for the visual aid to the city's schoolchildren. Pathological conditions of the Cow Finds Way to Deep Valley on Pike's Peak COLORADO SPRINGS. Colo,, Aug. 27. OPy—It wasn't the fresh mow or the wonders of nature that made tourists on Pikes Peak take a second look yesterday. It was a cow. There aren't any silos around, 100 feet below the summit and 2,000 feet above timbcrllne. But Bossy found the next best thing. Sh* trapped herself in a deep, moi«fe covered little valley. ^^ How she got there or where she ctune from, nobody seemed to know. But Vcrnon D'Arcy, local tour official, said he'd take it on himself to eel her out. He figured he'd need a lasso, rope and tackle and a truck to bring her bat* to greener pastures. The jack rabbit speediest of small is one of animals. the of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilson, Sr., 1 ! McClellan Objects and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilson. | 7-,, Qklahoman's Bill WASHINGTON, np.tor, McClcllail " r " "" d . hMrs -, a " d son ' Jol ? n ^ Mrs, Grover L. Frozicr Soon to Join Husband Stationed on Okinawa Sgt. Grover L. Frazier of I31y- thevill. stationed at Okinawa, arrived at Clark Air Force Base on the island, two weeks ago today to Southern Baptist College Expects Large Enrollment WALNUT RIDGE, Ark., Aug. 21 —W'j—Southern Baptist College here expects the largest enrollment of Its history this fall, President H. E. Williams said today. Williams also announced two new additions to the faculty: Mr. and Mrs. Grariy Morgan of Nashville, Term., in the Science Department and Trozy Barker of El Dorado as coach and director of athletics. E. wtlj return tomorrow frrtrrf a wecft's vacation with relatives in Paris, Tex., and Oklahoma City. Okla. i In Little Rock today for a Sigma [ Allen and Jerry, spent Friday j u 'i Alpha Ep^ilon fraternity rush party Memphis where they visited Roy an! Charles CriRgcr, HI. Harry Farr, Walton who is a patient at the John white and R ' A Friend, «c- Baptlst Hospital. companies r>y rtl«hcr-s Perry Roth- Mrs. Tom Paisley and daughter, I rock - Graham Partlow and Bill Miss Julia Ann Paisley, arrived today from Little Rock. Miss Paisley wilLberve as a bridesmaid tomorrow wlieh Miss Mary Ann Parks is married 'to Edgar Dotson Oslin, Ja., also of Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ramcy and j relatives, son of Chicago will return to their iMr s. Charles home Sunday after a week's visit! turn tomorrow Taylor of Keiser. The party will he at the Lafayette Hotel there. The eroup platis to return tomorrow, Mrs, John CnnciiII hns returncd from Elgin, Tex., ^vhcre she vi.sited here with relatives. They will be ininicd by Mrs- C. W. Ramcy, Ramcy's mother and Mrs. H. where she ."^ parents. Condition of Affltck. Jr.. will rc- from DrtnviUe, Va., it a week with her Tune, eight- N. Swcarengen who will retnain tor year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. S. E 19,056 Americans Visit Britain During July LONDON, Aug. 21—(/Pi—Britain had 19,056, American visitors last mouth-~23per cent more lha» in July last year when the Olympic Games were on in London. The British Travel Associa t ion, making this announcement, said it await the arrival of his family, expects United States tourists to Mrs. Frazicr and their daughter, spend T> million dollars in this Anita were delayed in their trip! country this year, to join Sergeant Fr.izier by the "Typhoon Gloria" which demolished installations there. , i StWent to Fill Pufpit At Lilly Street Miss/on The Rev. Carroll Evnns, ministerial student at OuacViiU Coilcge. will conduct ie morninp worship services at the First BaptisL Church Chapel Mission on Lilly Street, at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow. The Smulay Mo School services will or conducted Mrs. Oscar James, Slcelc. Mo. following worship ,-ervice. Mis. Matty Webb. cily. AI The Hospitals BLYTIIKVII-LE HOSPITAL Dismissed: Ruel Ashrr. Cooler. Mo. W. E. Smith, city. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. Hoy I Turner. Stcete, Mo, David Bcnetielcl. Rt. 3. M. C. Hawkins. Rt, 3. Mrs. Norman Hoover, Holland several days visit. Mr. and Mrs. Al Gray and son, 'Jcdti, of Dexter. Mo., arrived today to spend several days as the gte-sUs of Mrs, Gray's father, U. W. Ramey. j David Sylvester will g o to Paw-' huska, Okla,, Sunday. Harry Weed- mnu wilt fly him there. Mr. Syl•> ester will be married to MKs Mary MfirRaret Culver of Pawhuska September 7. Henry Wilson arrived home Wednesday from the School of Law at Vniiderbllt University. He will bo accompanied to Nashville September 1 by Mrs. Wilson and daughter, Mary Jane, where they will make their home while Mr. Wilson is a .student at, Vanrterbilt, Mr. and Mrs. Jack WILson and rianghters, Jacqueline and Anita Sue, of Little Rock arrived today to spend the week-end as the guests satisfactory today arm yesterday while after Tune is breaking playing in the back yard of the Tune horn- 1100 Holly. Sam, who was playing alone at the time, tripped over some obstacle breaking his arm at the A u g.. 27—r.4V- iD-Ark) yesterday objected to a bill bv Senator Kcrr (D-Oklal calling for" the crca- Uon of a study commission to work 'hire and Eled River basins. He i.s chairman of a Senate Public Works Subcommittee that is tidying the bill. MtClellan said he is afraid the ncuage of the bill might slow dov.n the Arrny Engineers' work on proj-cts in the basin. He referred to a proviso dealing '•vi'h the effect of the commission | making recommendations to modify projects already underway. "I want to make certain," he : said, "that by passing this bil! we ' v.on't be retarding the progress we f are m-.v making in these valleys." McClellan Indicated the committee 'AHI KO into the provision again totlp.y when another hearing will be Marriage Licenses - The following couple obtained a marriage license at the office of Miss Elizabeth Blythe, county clerk, yesterday: Travis B. Deen and Miss Nancy Ann_ White, both of BlytheviHe. Beautiful Floors 1 our borne can b* muuU •• much mure lovely with beautiful floors Chirles Wood af- ters you expert workmanship at truly reasonable prlcei in reftnisbing your prevent floors or in laying new hardwood, asphalt or rabbei tile, or inlaid linoleum. Call 2272- Free Estimates Charles Wood Arkansas Paint Co. Phone 2272 TERMITE AND PEST CONTROL Beware of fraudulent operators! T'se the protection afforded b; the Slate and demand a Hemmed operator. Experienced, Reliable Termites . , Household Pest* BJyfhr.vilie's only licensed operator. WALLS CERTIFIED TERMITE SERVICE Rte. 1, Box 8-W. East Slain St Phone 37D2 The design of the White. Home is said to have been modelled on that of the Duke ot Lcinster's palace in Dublin. -Reopened- ROBERTS CAFE 315 W. Main Now Under New Management Chicken Every Day Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1 M5 Show Starts 2:()n 8:l» a.m. 12H5 p.m «:M p.m LISTEN TO KLCN Hot Breads From Ovir Kitchen Daily 9 \Yc Specialize !iv 1'amily Meals 'You'll fnjoy fating at Roberts Co**/" Saturday Brothers in the Saddle with Tim Holt Serial: "Batman and Robin" and Short CuntlnnoB* Showing Sal Bo\ Office Opens G:J5 Show S\;\rls V.OQ Opens Sunthi> 1 ;0(l; Sl;irt5 1 ;15 Continuous Slums S;it A- Sun Bargain Nig lit livery Nig hi Kxccpt S.ilurd;v> N't* passes honored on Sunday at Iloxy Theatre Sat in day Loaded Pistols with Gene Aulry Serial: "Rockflnwn" No. 'i *V Short Continuing Sluiw Inc Saturda 12:30 Ui 11:30 Sunday X- .Mondav The' Ritt Theatre has a Try-Room where mother* with fretling habirs can MC and hear the show in comfort. RENT A CAR Orire Anywhrr* VM PVis. Simpson Oil Co. Phon« 937 Sunday & Monday S(fM=f'if bj IIIWIN SH*W KN!STi« iRSKINl • K™eW to CHESTU tKSKINI 1 mm !8$Kltt riODIIETlit RESTAURANT FIXTURES We are closing our Blytheville Cafeteria and we intend to sacrifice the beautiful brand new fixtures, china and silverware" at less than the original cost .[t must be seen to be appreciated. Some of the items are: Refrigerator—all stainless steel, double door, 16 cu. ft. capacity. Six burner short order range—for butane gas. Twin urn—10 gallon capacity, stainless steel. Steam Table—stainless steel, 10' long, 12 vegetables, 4 meats, extra pans. iMaple Heat Block. Two large galvanized sinks, galvanized canopy. Beautiful assortment of brand new kitchen utensils consisting of large butcher knives, spoons, ladles, potato mashers, sauce pans, garbage pans, chinaware, glassware and stainless steel knives, forks and spoons. Original Wholesale Cost over $3500 Willing to Sacrifice It at One-Half Bring Your Own Truck Terms to Responsible Party Call Don Nusbaum — Blyiheville 68S1 During the Day, Evenings—C-o Noble Hotel, Hlylheville Duro-Chrome Corporation Blytheville Aicport — Blytheville, Ark. r,l{\\I\S COMPXNY PhoiM 521 Phone 307S Paramount News and Selected Shorts Continuous Sluwing Run. 1:15-11:00 . We Hor« a Complete Stock of Gin and Mill Supplies • Goodrich Belting • Clipper Bell Hooks • Woods Gin Saw Files • Steam Packing • Pyrenc Extinguishers and Recharges. HUBBARD HARDWARE O. Inc. m WcM M»tn

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