The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 31, 1949 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 31, 1949
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1949 Society, f • Phone 4161 Miss Billie Jean Tuvk, Mr,, Mrs. Becker Feted Approximately 125 guests .called bttween the hours of g and 10 Monday night at the First Baptist Church In compliment to Miss Billie Jean Tiiric and Mrs. Fred Becker. Miss Turlc, bride-.elect of MUUrd Edds will be married September 16. Mr. >nd Mrs. Becker will leave soon for OuaclUta College where Mr. Becker will be a faculty member (here. Receiving guests In the dining room of the church were the Rev. and Mrs. E. C, Brown. Miss Turk and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Decker. White asters 9,'erc used to drcor- ate the rooms. The refreshment table, \vh\cli svas overlaid \vilh a cut work cloth, was centered with a n arrangement o f white asters flanked by burning tapers held In crystal holders. Crystal punch bowls were arranged on either end of the table. Presiding over the table were Mrs. Marion Williams, Mrs. T. W. jtffries nnd Mrs. Chnrlcs Pemi. Mrs. Murray Smart presented musical selections throughout the evening. Mrs. Russell C. Farr nnd Alnri' Huffman, Jr.. sa»K several duets. Miss June Poscy also sang several numbers. < E. W. Simmons was general chairman in charge of the affnir. Assisting Mr. Simmons were, Mrs. Harry Brooks. Mrs.-Charles Lemons,. Mrs. Roscoe Crafton, Mrs. Chris Tomp- klns. Mrs. Hays Sullivan. Mrs. Key Hunt, Mrs. ~E. W. Simmons and J>Srs. Roy Head. Miss Turk and Mrs. Becker were presented place settings In their selected silver patterns. Miss Turk chose for the occasion pink ,and white chambray with black accessories, Mrs. Becker wore »n olive green crepe with white accessories. Mrs, Brown selected a plaid chambray with black accessories. ' . Out of town guests include Mrs. M B. Cook of Memphis, Mrs. Hattle L. Johnson of Mattd, Miss., both -houMguests of their sister, Mrs. C. F. Tucier and Mr. Tucker. Mrs. Bviggs Is Hostess. To. ,Tri-Town Bridge Club •'AW. 'Jack Hale and Miss Marguerite. Matthews were guests yesterday : of Tri-Towii - Bridge Club when "it-met »t the home of Mrs. Dale Briggs. In the game.? Mrs. Garrard Cau- dlli won high, Mrs. Newton Whitls, 'low. • .., Garden flowers decorated; the en- tertitoing rooms. "-. .-; .. Tlie ,'hostess served v» dessert ' FIVE GENERATIONS, FIVE GRANDMOTHERS — Roger AlVln Graham of Stecle poses here with hl» mother, Mrs. Howard Graham, far right, and five grandmothers. They are Mrs. R. A. Bnrryman, Blythe- viilc, svho is holding the baby; Mrs. Berrymnn's mother. Mrs. 'Aubrey Elliott, and grandmother. Mrs. Allhea Randolph; Mrs Etta Benyniau, and Mis. Onie Graham. Roger, his mother, Mrs. R. A. Berryman, Mrs. Ellictt and Mrs. Randolph aloo represent five living generations. Steele Baby Has 5 Grandmothers M is. Rnlph Berryman, 1300 Henri), is standing smnck iji the middle of five living generatkms. Ami, as if '.bat were not, enough, her erhnrisoH, Roger Alvin Graham of Stecle, Mo., has five living grandmother. 1 ; and only otic grandfather) Mi'. Bcrryman. district nirtlinger for Swift and Co.. is the sole grandfather of seven-month-old Roger, son of Mr. and M*"s. Howard Gra- liflin. His grandmothers arc Mrs. llerry- nian, her mother, Mrs. Aubrey Eliot t, and grandmother. Mrs. Althea Randolph, both of CuruthersHe: Mr. Bcrrymarfs mother, Mrs. Etta Berryman of Camthcrsvillc and Mr. Graham's mother, Mrs. Onie Graham of OsccoU. The five generations include Roger, his mother, the former Miss Mary Sue Berry man of BlythevUlc, Mrs. TJerryman. Mrs., Elliott and Mrs. Randolph. Mis. Randolph, who will be 90 in January, Is the oldest llvlnff member of the Cftruthcrsvllle Methodist Church. Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday will meet at club ('• •"• - -.-f- Mrs. Hammock Hostess to Nu Phi MU : Sorority i Nu Phi Mu sorority met .at the home; of- Mrs. LaR'ue' Hammock. Monday' night where final plans were' mad? for the rush season •which will otlicially begin Sept. B with a garden flower party at the home of Miss' Jane shelton. NO Phi Mu,'which Is the junior affiliate ol Beta Sigm& Phi, is a friendship'organization for girls 16 to 21 year: o' age who are interested In making new friends and broadening their scopes of activities. The silver star of friendship with Its fiie,:points, honesty, cheerfull- ness, ~ .^sportsmanship, attainment tnd respect, serves as the emblem. This" party Is the first In a series planned to compliment the rushees. Jay'cettes 7:30 p.m. Executive Board of the centra P. T. A. will meet at 4 p.m. at the home of Mrs. J. E. Stevenson, 321 Madison. Mrs. Taft Mctzcr hostess to Armorel Home Demonstration Club. Mrs. Richard Pritchard hostess to Thursday'Rook Club. Friday Alpha Delia Chapter of fiela Sigma Ph! wiirmcet at T. H. Car away home. 1920 Hearn at 2:30. The Blythcville High School Dance Club will have the first dance of the season at the American Legion Hut at 9 p.m. Blytheville Rook Club wiU play Ht the home of Mrs. A. E. Miller at 3 p.m. Dorcas Class of First Baptist hurch to meet at 4 p.m. at home of Mrs. M. W. Brigham with Mrs. H. L. Chambers co-hostess. Bits of News Animated Silhouettes Flutter into Fashion Citchen Shower Fetes Mrs. William McClure Another In a series of events complimenting Mrs. Bill McClure vht> wa.s before her recent marriage s Catherine Graham, was vltchen shower Monday niglu whei Mrs. Billy Joe Oan and M'ss Kath- erlne We^tbronX were ; scs to tlii'ce tables o! bunco at the Gean :iome. In the games ML«s Ix~la Rose Ciis- tilo won high. Mrs. Charles Short, low and Miss June Buchanan, bun- co. • Gifts were presented to the hon- orec who cliose a yellow chambray for the affair. Gardc]i i!o\vers In vartcolors decorated the home. The hostesses served refreshments. Regular Meeting Held By Friendship Class Mrs. W. A. Carter. Mrs. Albert Ridings and Mrs. A. G Balm were gucAls of the Friendship Cla^s of the Firsl Baptist Church for the regular meeting Tuesday at the home of Mv.s. James Lm is ford with Mrs. Foy Etchieson co-hostess. The t.\velve members elected new officers for the coining church year u'ith Iho names to be riisclased at the next meeting, Mrs. Charles Fnu,ier reviewed the book. "Best Methods of Bible Study" by William Evan. Mrs. C. L. Evans and Mrs. Pat Clutmou conducted prayer service. During the social hour Mrs. For- rc-st Moore and Mrs. Marvin Razcr conducted the games. The hoste.sscs served a dessert course. Mrs. L. R. Matthews and daughter. Miss Laura Swain and Miss Swain's houscgucst, Don Manners o/ Cnrbondale, III., have returned from several days visit In Mississippi. They were the guests of Mrs. Matthews parents, Mr. and AJrs. W. D. Evans, of Hattfesburg. They nlao visited in Col\y»ibus and along the Gulf Coast. Mrs. Stan Burton of Lexington and OmnliB, Neb., la spending several days here as tlie guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Me Cutchen. John Bruce Wilson arrived home Tuesday from Memphis State College where he has been attending the summer sessions there. After a few days visit here with his mother. Mrs. B. B. Wilson he will enter Arkansas State where he will receive hi.s degree In June. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Stovall and daughters,' Miss Nancy Stnvall and Roma Carolyn Stovall of Fulton, Ky., arrived Tuesday to .spend several clays as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. SheHon and family. Mr Stovnl) was minister of Uie Chiirch of Christ here for four years prior to moving to Fulton Mils suminer where he is now minister of the Church of Christ there. Mrs M. B. Cock of Memphis and Mrs. Hattle L. ">hnson of Mm'd Miss., are spending several days here -as the Ruests ol their sister Mrs. C, P. Tucker and Mr. Tucker of Promised Land. Mrs. L. L. Wells and children Marl Ice. Peggy and David will leave Friday for Kansas city to spent several weeks with relatives. Mrs. J. E. Call a way returnee Tuesday from Dyersburg where she spent several days as guest of he .sister. Mrs. Eva Hamilton. Mrs Ca!]a\vay makes her home hen with her daughter, Mrs. C. L. Wylli and Mr. Wylle. Mrs. Z. H. McGhce returned Mon day from SI fees ton, where -she speu 10 days as the gncst of her sons Wesson m\i\ Claude McGhee t their families. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Edwards o Batesville arc spending several day here as the guests of Mrs. Edward: parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Moon U. Dick Wilson left Tuesday fo Hamilton Field, Calif., where h will be assigned to the 20th Air ' Force with headquarters at Okinawa. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Smotherman and son returned Wednesday from a five day vacation In the Smoky mountains, Nashville, Chattanooga, Knoxville and North Carolina, Billy Hob Elliott left Monday for Arkansas Tech at RusseJlville where tie \vill attend school this year. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Bo'lin an.T noun.ce the birth ol a son yesterday at Walls Hospital. The baby Amos Gets Son HOLLYWOOD, Aug, 31. <AP> — A five-pound, four-ounce boy wa* JOMI early today to Mrs. Freeman F. Gosden, wife of Amos of "Amos 'n Andy." She Ls the daughter, of the Ut* Charles Stoneham, onetime owner of the New York GianU baseball" club. Football fields are called gridirons because the white lines crossing the field resemble a gridiron. LIKE GOLDEN BROWN FRIED POOP THAT'S DIGESTIBLE TOO? ALL VEGETABLE . Fashion accessories with trick fastenings are inspired by new jam-proof zipper. A small xipptd-aeross pocket delivers "mad-money" without a hatch from each of these told corduroy whip-slitched mittens (upper lelt). A zip-apart operation make* this red suede and black Persian limb tarry-all Uowei left) a two-purpose bajf. Unxipped from the center red panels, the daytime ba(r becomes an all-black Persian evening has. Zipped pockets at the hipline of this firl's plaid wool stole add interest to the three-piece ensemble of brifht plaid and blick velveteen. At The Hospitals Btythcvillc Hospital Dismissed: Shelby Wayne Shay, City. Mrs. Tlielmn John son, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: • Mrs. J. R. Gunn find baby. City. Mrs. Wllma Hubbiird, City, Mrs. J. D. Swift. City. Lester Gill. Osccola. Ho* Springs Merchants Organize tor Betterment KOT SPRINGS, Ark.. Aug. 31. fAPt— Organization of B better biis- im-ss R<vscciatfon to .seek a "more liberal policy" for Hot Springs was started here yesterday. Prince Cook, automobile dealer, was nnmed temporary chairman of [he association formed at a meet- ins; of 63 and professional men, A permanent organization nnd a program i* scheduled nt a Sept. 8 meeting, Opi'ii gambling ceased here Jan 1, 1947, when a GT faction, headed by now Gov. Sid McMnth, took office aEttfr overthrowing former Mayor Leo Mclaughlin's political regime, By ETSIE K1NARD XEA Fashion Editor NEW YORK — (NEA)— News in zippers is that tliyc're jam-proof The comedian who kids the plight of tne zipper-caught lady will have to find a new joke. What's going to cxire "zlpper-His" is a pull-tab that trims like a key to release zipper teeth that run amok and catch in fabric. "After the key Is lurried lo im- snag fabric it rotates back to Its normal operating position. Then the slider resumes i ts original function of me.shmg teeth and closing- opening in clothes. Celebrating the gadget's perfection, two top-notch designers have keyed new fashions to new key zippers. Now that there can be no hitch in their trick closings. Peg Newton key-zips the pockets of a cord-tied stole of black, white and red plaid. She ensembles this with matching plaid skirt and black velveteen blouse. Irma Kigcre designs a twice- performing zip-ap.irt bag. panels or red suede, zipped In between top and bottom bands of black Persian l,atnb, make a big carry- alL The red suede panels unzip gold corduroy stitched with con- kcy-zippered pockets for bills or trastitig '.vool yarn. Mittens have coins. Soviet filot Knew What He Was Doing NEW YORK. Aug. 31. <AF> — When Soviet pilot Anatole Baraov gave himself up to the Russians today, at least he did ib with his eyes open. He and his fellow red air force deserter, Li. Piotr A. Priogov, were in New York February after their escape from the Soviets.- Someone a.sked Pirogov what would happen if they returned to Pir^gov replied: "First, %ve would be used as weapons of .propaganda to write reports of the United States, showing all the bad things. After a few months of freedom, we would be transported to Siberia." He paused, then added: "Maybe they would skip the first art." are "mad-money" mittens of who Is their first child is unnamed. ! and the bag telescopes to make Mrs. Bolin is the former Miss : small all-black Persian Lamb pouch Dorothy Corlew. - I rc ?d. v f°r a glamorous evening. Capt. and Mrs. Leonard Houchins : A5 safe from the threat of hitch- mi Mrs. Turner Kissell have re- 1 turned from the Smokies where they spent several days. En route they were guests of Mr.amt Mrs- Vcrnon HouchUis In Oak Ridge. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thompson, Sr., and the Misses Betty Sue Love- been hospitalised for several days is much improved. Mr. Waiton is no-,v at his home on Barfield road. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kirby have lace, Bobby Jean Symore, Mary re turned from a two weeks vaca- Louise O'Brien, Charlene Cameron Uon on the Florida coast. and Betty Jo Knlpple spent yestcr- Dr. and Mrs. Hunter Sims, Sr., day in Mernuhls. \ have returned from ?- 10 day visit Jack Elliott \vUJ leave Sunday tori in Shreveport and Talltilah. I=a. Ole Miss where he will be a student | Mr. and Mrs. C- A. Vinson o! this year. ' Armorel and daughter, Mrs. John- R. F. Kirshner and son. Bob 1 ny Cole and two children returned KtrsYmer have returned from Pilgrim, Mich., where they spent several weeks on L^ke Michigan. Condition of Roy Walton who h&s today from a two weeks visit in Yutun, Ariz., \vhere they visited Mr and Mrs. Vinson's son, J. T. Vinson and family. Mr.larid'Mrs. Stiles Observe Birthdays Because their birthdays are only a few days apart, Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Stiles, 522 S, Lake, celebrated the dotiDle occasion Sunday with a dinner at their home for their children and families. ' Mr. Stiles was 75, Mrs. Stiles 70. All their children were present with the exception of one son, J, B. Stiles of Torrance, Catif^, who was unable to attend. Following dinner, gifts were presented to Mr. and Mrs. Sulcs alter which the group spent tlie afternoon in informal entertainment. Out of town guests were Mr. nnd \ Mrs. B. G. Stiles aixd son. Glenn, i Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Stiles and son, M. C. Jr., all of Memphis; Mrs. ] T. G. \Vorsley and children. Dale j and Patricia, of Forrest City: Mr' and Mrs. J. V. Pierce and Mrs. ; David King and son, David Jr., of New liberty, j Conlirmous Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 SliOM 1 Starts 2:00 8:00 a.m. U:4a p.m 4:30 p.m LISTEN TO KLCN Last Time Today BIG JACK u'ith AVallace Bi'crj and Marjorie Main Selected Short Subjects Continuous Shoulng Every Day Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 Opens Sunday 1:00; Slarls 1:15 Continuous Shuws Sat. & Sun. Bartain Night Everj Nlfht > Except Saturday No passes honored on Sunday >t Roxy Theatre Last lime Today WORDS AND MUSIC with Judy Garland ind Mickey Rooney Selected Short Subject* Thursday & Friday The handmade American glass i ' rl >e Bill.. Theatre lias a Cry-Itoom idustry is largely concentrated to- j "here mothers with fretting babies ay near Wheeling, W. Va., close ! can see and hear the show in ) deposits of the world's tinest Mca sand, principal ingredient of lass. Refreshment and Movies Go Hand-in-Hand RUPTURE Expert Coming Here Again GEO. I- HOWK Well-known expert, ol Itiflirxii»!x)ll3 win personally demonstrate liSs method without charge at the Noble Hotel, Blythevlllc. 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