The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 1, 1950 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 1, 1950
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,PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1950 /\lewA Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone'4461 .<! 1." - Candlelight Rites Conclude Joint Chapter Rushing •In candlelight ceremonies last night at the W. p. Higglnson home, - 1303 Chickssawba, seven pledges and 12 ritual of Jewels candidates, were received In Joint rites of the Alpha Delta »nd Alpha Alpha chapters of Beta Sigma Phi. Those pledging were—Mrs Paul Alvey, Mrs. Harold Calllhan, Mrs. Bill Godwin, Mrs. Harold Nunn, Mrs. Jesse D. Davis, Mrs Joseph Stover and Miss Nancy Holland Ritual of Jewels candidates were —Mrs.-; Bill Bannister, Mrs. LP.rry Gnmmeter, Mrs. House Harp, Mrs. Bill Hyndman, Mrs Even-It Peterson. ,Mrs. Blake Polly. Mrs. Jack Rawllngs, Mrs, Harold Wood, Mrs. Eddie B David. Mrs. Jeraldlne Farmer, Mrs. Ramon Morton and Mis. "MM. T. H Caraway, retiring president ot the Alpha Delta Chanter, officiated In the ceremonies. She was assisted by Mrs. Ray Whittlnp- ton Mrs Bill Slsler, Mrs. James Roirers and Mrs. W. H. O'Keele. Immediately following the ceremonies, the Initiates were honored with an informal party. Assorted party foods were served buffet btylc from the lace draped dlnin? table which was topped with an abundant arrangement of the sororitj ilower, the yellow rfs°. Yellow tapers set In crystal candelabra flanked the cresent-shaped arrangement • • • 'Alabama Visitor Feted •At Informal Party An informal afternoon party tct 'ing Mrs. W. K. Francis ot Tusca loosa, Ala., housegucst of her par ents Mr. and Mrs. Tom A. Litt! and family, was given yesterday the Blnn Heath home, 901 Holls Mrs Heath and Mrs. Dan Br-ll, sis ters of the honoree. were hosles-je to the SO guests who called to grec Mrs Francis between 3:30 nnd 5:3 - P Mrs. Francis. Mrs. Bell and M -Heath received the guests as the arrived. Assorted' parly foods were serve from the dining tnble which wa adorned with the chosen colors, ye low and sJver. An abundant - rangement of yellow roses Vreenery rested in a low silver bm which centered the table. Flankin -the floral design were gleaming \-ellow tapers set in silver candlea- -ora.' Bouquets in shaded yellows | were arranged in the rooms in which .the guests were entertained. Mrs. Joe P. Pride, Jr., and Mrs. W II Pease presided over the re- .'jreshment table during tnc afternoon. Soft-drinks were served the guests from a side serving chest. - Mrs. Robert Pierce of Leachvllle iwas an'out of town guest. ; j , • • * : Friday Club'Meets; Mrs. Guard Is Hostess . Mrs,'. Newton Whitls and Mrs Max v - Logan were guests ye.sterday with the Friday club for the weekly 'dessert bridge. Mrs James C. ^Guard was hostess at her home on 'Davis Street. ' Gladioli and Iris were arranged "in crystal vases and placed in the 'room in which the members and guests were seated for the bridge • 'game. Mrs. Logan won high score, Mrs. - Fairls' McCalla second high and Mrs. Whitis brldgo. NEAT, FLATTERING Going To The Head By hue Burnett This charming two plccer for women Is perfect for sprlng-into-sunir mer w e a r. Softly tailored with shoulder Interest, a choice r[ sleeves and the always-popular gored skirt. Pattern No. 8501 Is a sew-rlte perforated pattern fo rstees 34, 36, 38,. 40, 42, 44, 40 and 48. Size 30 short sleeves, 314 yards of 30-inch. Don't mjss the Spring nnd Summer FASHION. This latest issue Is colorful, informative,—a complete pattern magazine. Fabric news, fashion tips, a wealth of smart frocks to sew for summer are all Included. 25 cents. For this pattern, send 25 cents, In COINS, your name address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News. 530 South wells Street. Chicago 7. 111. Jrofcen Fishline Puts Cosier in Hospital' COMFrON, Calif. —W)— Ernest joscar nearly lost his life in a reak accident that occurred while was reeling In a fish line. He lad cast hU line with a lea'd sinker on the end Into the ocean. The ilnker caught on some rocks, lx>scar pulled—then harder. Suddenly the sinker let go, snapped back and lit him In the thigh, severing an artery, A friend took him by auto to a hospital 25 miles away. Loscar was serious condition from loss of blood on arrival, but responded to treatment. Mrs, Elkins Entertains "CBC Club Members Mrs. Alvin" Hardy won high, Mrs. Paul Bynirn, second high and Mrs. -C. S. Dowdy, rooko at the weekly meeting of the CBC Club yester- ' day. The O. O- Elkins home was the setting.for the affair. " The entertaining room was decorated with vases of vari-hued spring flowers. At the conclusion of -the game 'Mrs. Elkins served, a. salad plate » " • Mrs. Grear Is Guest With Lucky Rook Club Mrs. C. H. drear was guest yes today with the Lucky Rook Clul when Mrs. Cecil Priest entertainer for the weekly meeting. Vases, holding spring flowers in terspersed with fern, were placd in the rooms in which the grou: spent the afternoon. Mrs. J. O. Huey won high score Mrs. W. F. McCann, second hig" and Mrs, Priest, rooko. During the afternoon, the hos teas served a dessert course. • • • A small basket Is attractive fo hot rolls, hot biscuits, and cor bread. Line the basket with a kin before putting in the rolls an 'then draw the napkin up over th bread .to keep it warm. Send 25 cents now for the Spring .id Summer FASHION 48 pages '. new styles.: fabric news, special latures Free pattern printed in- de the book , • .. Miss Evelyn HI!) of Liixora, will b presented In her senior piano recital at Blue Mountain College, Blue Mountain, Miss. The recital will be Monday April 3 In the Modcna fydwrey Berry auditorium. Miss Juanita Ebcrdt and her housegucst, Miss Charlotte Ferrell of Gravette, Ark., both students at Henclrlx College, Conway, have arrived to spend the spring holidays as guest of Miss Eberdt's parents Air. and Mrs. 3us Eberdt. Mrs. Jim Moore of Lufkln, Tex., and Ray Elkins of Shreveport, La., have.returned to their homes after several days visit here as guest of their brother, O. O. Elkins and Mrs. Elkins. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Thompson nave returned from a vacnllon in southern Texas and points of Interest in Mexico. They were accompanied on the trip by Mr. and Mrs Charley LeDukc 4 of Tlptonvllle Tenn. Miss Kathleen Cook of Booneville Is visiting here as guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Griffin. Miss Cook IK a sister fo Mrs. Griffin. The group spent yesterday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Perils of Slkeston are the weekend guests o: Mr. and Mrs. Claude Harris and family. Condition of Vernoii Nokcs form- erl of Blythevllle and now of Savannah, Tenn., is satisfactory following an auto accident two weeks ago. Mr. Nokes Is a.patient at the McFarland Hospital In Leon'pon, Tenn. He Is a brother of Mrs John clouse of Blytheviile. Mr. .and Mrs. Cook Roe of- Sheffield. Ala., arc the weckcn:! guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cartley and son, Harold C. • Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Coppcdge announce the birth of a 'Jaughler. March 29th at Blythevllle Hospital. The baby, who is their fourth child, has not-been named. Miss Geneva Shibtey, Mrs A. G. Shiblcy and 'Miss Josephine Shlbley spent Thursday afternoon In Memphis. Miss Sally Harrison of Ponllnc. Mich., who Is a student at Gulfpnrk College, Gulfport, Miss., Is spending the spring holidays here as guest of Jutlge and Mrs. Zal B. Harrison and family. While here Miss Harrison has been honored at canasta party at the Harrison home. Drama and sparkle characterize these show-stopping hats. One cap (left) 'Is doiled with twinkling rhinestones and has four high-rising 'co<j quills. The cartwheel (center) lias a transparent brim studded with Urge velvet dots. Copied fr^ru » canary's plumage (right) is'this llfht-htirled cap with graceful feather trim set off by at velvet bow. * WE, THE WOMEN * Hi lll'lh Mlllru NM Sun Write, Golden Rule Applies in Way Man Should Consider Wife /Irs. Gardner, Honored it Afternoon Party Mrs. Homer Gardner of Tupelo, .rt:., formerly' of Blythcville. was Dnvnllmentccl 'yesterday by her esters, Mrs. B. A. Lynch, tvlien Irs. Lynch entertained at her home n Main Street with an Informal fternmn party. The 40 guest.'; who ailed from •! to 8 \r.m. were mem- ers of Chapter "D" ami chapter N" of tlic PEO sisterhood. Mrs. Gardner, who is the former Miss ,lta Garlhigton, fs a non-resilient icinbcr of Chapter "N." Jonquils were the chosen flower or the occasion with brimming jowls of the flower arranged hroughout the home, A low bowl of onciulls centered the serving ta- ile with burning white and yellow apers In silver candelabra arranged on either side. Mrs. M. O. Usrcy \nd Mrs. W. H. Baker presided iver the refreshment tnble, which vas set with silver services. )ance—Meeting Held 3y Four Winds Club The first dance of the newly organized Pour Winds Club was held Thursday night at the Jaycec Club louse. The club, which Is composed of high school students and members of- the younger set. will meet each Friday at their temporary club house. 109 Lilly. Approximately 75 members and :uests attended the dnnce Thursday evening. Friday afternoon, 20 members of the group met at the club house for a short business meeting. Officers of the group are Robert Clifton, president; Harold Honcy- ctitt, secretary and treasurer; Johnny Classcock, business manager; ways and means, Charles "Ruff" Lutes, Stevens, Tommie Robertson, Pat McGregor, Helen Martin and Rena Bailey. Monthly Meeting is Coducted The Joint, monthly business and social meeting of the Dorcas Sunday School Class of Calvary Baptist Church was held last night at the home of Ms. Howard Culdwell with 11 members and four visitors present. Mlsy-Incz Hchson of Hermon- It's husband speaking: ^ "Why don't you Just leave the! dishes?" That's'a husband's Idsi of how to keep his wife frjm working so hard. Only a husband would fall to reason that It she leaves the dishes tonight she'll Just have to do them In the morning. "What did you do with my such- and-such?" Any article a man can't find, he assumes his wife has hidden in some outlandish place. - ' "Don't go lo a lot of trouble." Husbands all seem to have the idea that a woman can have eight to dinner with practically no work. If they Just throw in that remark. "Does it have to be done right this minute?" The first qucstiin a.hus- band.'asks when his wife reminds him ot some minor repair she wishes he would see to. "This is the first I've heard ateul it." That's a husband's automatic defense for not having listened when his wife told'him something the lirat time. "How Icng are you going to be gone?" That's a question a wife always hns to answer—even If she is just going to the neighbor's or to the comer grocery. Evening Taper Creates » Howl "Who had this paper last?" A husband's outraged cry when he picks up the evening paper and finr*5 it isn't In order. , "Ga nsk your mother." A husband's handiest answer rfhen the kids come to him with ft question. "What have you done to you hair?" The Jolting response tha always comes wen a husband notices, his wife is sporting a new hair-do. "You don't mean you thrcv, THAT away?" The usual wail whei Mama has gotten rid of some unused arid usekvs article that has been gathering dust for years. dale. Miss Bonnie Ooff, Mrs. , . L. O. Wilson and Mrs. Mary Lyons were guests. The opening prayer was led by Mrs. P. H. Jernlgnn followed by the devotional given by Mrs. Lee PowelK A short business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs. Herman May, after which Mrs. Herbert Polsgrove gave the dismissal prayer. In the social hour following. Mrs. Polsgrove directed the group in several games. Durlni" the evening, the hustess served refreshments. Mrs. Ellen Conlcy Is teacher of the class. with . Mrs. Auzzle Henry. i Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Nobel at 8 p.m. Nil Phi Mu sorority meets at home of Misa Jane Shelkm, 1520 W. Walnut at 7 p.m. Friday Mrs. J. O. Huey entertains Lucky Rook Club. Wedding Makes News MELBOURNE (AP)—There was a wedding at St. Columbanus Roman Catholic Church, East Bullengarook, Victoria, the other day. It was the first -wedding in the church for 30 years. It was only the fourth in 88 years. About 100 people live In the district. The church has seals fed 30 worshippers, but the community is so imall that regular services arc not held. Coming Fvents Social Calendar Sunday Miss l,on Jo Hargett, bride-elect of Hunter Lane Klmbro, of Jones- loro, 'will be honored with a tea at the p. D. Foster home from 4 to p.m. Mrs. Frances Gammill hostess. Monday Lake Street WSCS meets at 2-30 .m. WMu has business meeting at the First Baptist Church at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Lester Strubhar hostess for missionary study group meeting of the Women's Council of the First Christian Church. Tuesday Miss I.on Jo Hargett becomes the bride of Hunter Lane Kimbro at 1C a.m. at the First Baptist Church. Mrs. w. T. Rainwater hostess to La Nucye. Mrs. itobert Weidman hostess to TLE Club. Mrs. Randall Hawks: and Mr= James Jordon nostesse to the Al- nlia Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi at the T. r. Seay home on Chlckasawba at 7:30 p.m. Y. M Birthday club meets with Mrs. Preston Goff at 7 p.m. : Wednesday Lutheran Women's " Guild meets with Mrs. George McLeod at 8 n m Club Eight meets with Mrs Graham Sudbury Mrs. Jack Marsh hostess to Alpha Beta Bunco Club. Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Edwards and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Crawford entertains Del] Supper Club. Mrs. Bill Gilbow hostess to Ava- on Bunco Club. Mrs. J. A.. Salib'a entertains Thvrsday Night Club. Thursday Rook meets with Mrs. Richard Prltchard. Mrs. Russell Rinles hostess to Blytheville Rook Club. Mrs. Alex Curtis entertains Kibitzer club. Double Four Bridge Club meets Blytheville Man Joins Naval Reserve Squadron Charles G. Parrish, 520 East Cherry Street, is one of 20 Mid-South men who have b»en aligned (*. the Naval Air Reserve Squadrons based at Mllllngton Naval An station, near Memphis, it was announced today. These reservist 1 ; report one weekend a month to the Naval Air Reserve Training . Unit at Milllngton for training wit,h the nine squadrons there. , • . " . Window Screen of Aluminum Framed GEM Roxy Shows Now at Gem- • Mad< to last a Ulellmi « Can Never Rust or Warp • Never Need Painting or Fixing • SOtf, Ughler . Easy lo. Handl» ' • Give Your Home a "New Look" Ho* /on can have window acreaai tbftt add i*al beauty to youx horn*. th«t • lay new And bri<7bl. . . lor yeaxs. Aturaa- U>t , lilalim.. Alw»,, ii(. tl , vs , u .*,d piiatlag. ' So light A yaungilar CAD put up *?i«ent with *a»e Amazingly Low in Price! a-Fab [c«m«« ar« pdc.d wllhEn * "•pllalar" e>{ old-fashtoned wand liana*. So low ID cott you acluaUy won't b«]t»v* III Custom-Made. ..Every One FitsU But i*m0inb«T. 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Middlcton cf Leachvllle was one of the members of the January graduating class from the College of Business Administration at the University of Arkansas to be awarded keys and certificates o achievement at the annual Commerce Day activities this week. The keys and certificates are awarded at a student convocation to the students wilh outstanding scholastic records. The ccrtlficAir merit membership In the Be; Gamma Sigma, scholastic hon< society of the American Assoclatin of Collegiate Schools of Business. m [«HI A ran SWKS rare ram EVERY SUNDAY NI9HT brought to you by Ark-Mo Power Co, p.m. CBS •tarring Janet ST. LOU! - 'C^ilro,.. METRO NEWS Conl. 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