The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 3, 1949 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 3, 1949
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'• PACT TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Phone 4461 Wilson Man Married Wednesday In Sardis .'. Mr. «nd Mrs. Frank M. Hlckman of •''SUrkvlllc, Miss, announce the »*rri»»« o' tlie> r daughter, Oliver Je«n. to R°y M. Rogers, son of Mr. • rid Mrs. A. M. Rogers ol Wilson, Arkansas. The vows were pledged August 31 it Sardli, Miss. " Mr.i. Rogers attended Ole Miss. He it » gradual* of Castle Heights Military Academy, Lebanon, Term, and • ttended Arkansas Tech for one ye»r. to . They will make their home in jontuboro where they Rill be students at Arkansas State College. Layelte Shower Attended At Trumble Home by 35 ^Mrs. Bert Trumble was hastens to JO'guests at her home Thursday night when she entertained with a layette shower in compliment to Mrs, Durward Rodden. The honoree's chair was marked [th * huge pink and blue bow. Gifts «'e« arranged under « large umbrella from *hich flowed pink and blue streamers. - . Th« evening was spent in informal entertainment. •The hostess served refreshments. • * * Farewell Party Honors Diaries G. McDaniel Charles McDaniel, who will leave soon for Northwestern University, W«T honored last night when 12 of his friends gathered at his home to spend the evening and present gifts to the honoree. The evening was spent in dancing and playing games. In the games prizes were awarded to Buford Young and Homer Smith. • Mrs. McDaniel was assisted in serving the party roods by Miss Donna Bohanon, Miss Christine Austin »nd Miss June Stires. ' Dahlias and roses were used to decorate the entertaining rooms. ',• 'tommy Killough from Searcy was an.out of town guest. • •• ;• « • • Gunn Home Is Scene tJif Al Fresco Supper 'f Mr. »nd Mil. J. Ij. Ounn entertained 35 guests last night »t their home with an al fresco supper. The group spent the evening on the lawn playing records in in- fpnntl entertainment. : -Mr. and Mrs. Riley Jones of Ma- iitti «nd Mr. and Mrs. Ed Slacy 'of'Dell Were out of town guests for_ the aJIair. ; •: • » • Dince Compliments fdur College Students .- Four college students were feted last night »t a dance given at the C. G. scherer home on East Main. i Miss Dorothy Mizell, Miss Jean- Wn« McGee, Dudley Hardy and Kenneth Prultt who plan to attend Ark. State College were the honorees. Each girl was presented a hair arrangement of roses as she entered. kiss McGee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Scherer, chose a. blue taffeta with a ballerina skirt and red accessories. Roses were used in profusion to d.ecorate the entertaining rooms. ' Refreshments were served. Mrs. Foster Is Hostess To Double Four Club Mrs. Emma Nolen was guest yesterday when Mrs. John Foster was hostess to the Double Four Club al the" home of her daughter, Mrs. Wayne Dill. In the games Mrs. Lynn Brown iron high, Mrs. Nolcn second. Roses and mixed garden flowers decorated the home. The hostess, served a dessert course. • • « Mrs. Miller Is Hostess To Friday Rook Club Miss Lois Seals and Mrs. Frank Grlgsby were guests yesterday when Mrs. A. E. Miller was hostess to the Friday Rook club. In the games. Mrs. Ivy W Crawford won high. Mrs. William Berryman second and Mrs. E. M. Holt rooko. • Summer [lowers in low crystal bowls were used in the home. Refreshments were served. Mi's. Ross Moore Feles C. B. C. Club Friday Mrs. Ross Moore was hostess to the C.B.C. club yesterday at her home. In the games Mrs. R. A. Coppland won high, Mrs. A. A. Harrty second. and Mrs. Paul Bymm. rooko. Mixed flowers in a myriad of Fish Fry Compliments 40 Guests at Yount Home Forty guests attended the Jlsh fry last night given by the Rev. W. D. Yount when he entertained In compliment to the members of the Lone Oak Methodist Church. Among the guests was Joe T. Robinson, who also celebrated his birthday. Guests attending than members of the church were the Rev. and Mrs. Roy Bagley and children and Mr. and Mrs. Gus Eberdt. The evening was spent in informal entertainment. • • • Teachers Honor Classes On Church Lawn Friday The Lake Street Methodist Church lawn was the scene of a weiner roast Friday night when 25 members of the Sunbeam Class were entertained by their teachers. Mrs. Don Lutz, Mrs. Jimmy Sanders, Mrs. Billy King. Mrs. Henry Garnet and Mrs. Bob Mcllaffey are the teachers of this department. The group spent the evening in lawn games and inlormal entertainment. Blytheville Handicraft Class to Meet Monday The Blytheviile Handicraft class will meet at 7: 30 Monday nlghl Mrs. Oertrurie B. !lolln»n. home demonstration agent, safe! today. The gronjj will meet In the county agent's office in the court House. Decorative dolls and ways or remodeling ornamental dolls will be discussed by the group, and each will present Ideas on the subject. Legion Auxiliary Begins New Membership Drive Increased strength for a program of greater service will be sought by the Hlythevllle Unit o( tlie American Legion Auxiliary in a membership campaign which began Sept. 1. All wives, mothers, sister.i. and rtailahler.5, of American legion members and tho:e of men who died in war service or since discharge and women who themselves served in the armed forces will be invited to become Auxiliary members. Mrs. James Niersthcimer, membership chairman, aided by all members, Is conducting the campaign. -, : More than 950.000 women were enrolled in the Auxiliary for 1!M9 and plans are being made for the enrollment to pass the million murk for 1950. Comina Events Social Calendar Munrinj W. M. U. of the T-irst Baptist Church will meet at 2:30 for a business meeting. Miss Lorene Ros will b« hfKtc.w to Calvary Y. w. A. at her homer 1705 Vine at 7:30 p.m. W. s. C. S. of Die Lake Street Methodist Church will meet at 2:39 at the church. Missionary Society of the First Christian Church will meet at the home of Mrs. J. C. Ellis. Sr. with Mr.s. J. C. Ellis, Jr. co-hosteiu at 2:30. Weslcyan Guild of (lie First Methodist Church will meet nl the Fred Stedmon home, 1501 Walnut at 8 p.m. Band mothers of all three units of the band uill meet al the High School auditorium at S p.m. Tuesday 4 Alpha Alpha chapter of Beta Si»ma Plii will have a business meeting at the club room at 7:30 p.m. Y. M. Birthday Club will meet at 7 p.m. with Mrs. Tollie Peterson hostess. Wednesday foreign Missionary Society of the Npzarene Church will meet at church building at 2 p.m. Thursday Nu Phi Mu rush party at home of Miss Jane Shelton, 1520 Walnut at 8 p.m. Mr.s. George Saliba, Jr. hostess to Thursday Rook Club. Avalon Bunco Club meets with Mrs. Bu£s Kittinger hostess. Bits of News Mrs. Ben liar pole and son, Benny have relumed from a two months vijslt In Trenton, Tenn. a.s gu&>u oX Mr, and Mrs, I* C. Leipond. Miss Adda in e Lee left Thursday for Central College in Little Rock, MUs Barbara Kzaley of Si. Paul, Minn, left Friday for her home alter having spent, .several days here as guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dill and family. MLss Kzaley and Mrs. Dill, the former MJA.S MeJba Ftuster, served in the WAG together when stationed at Pyote, Texas. Edward Townsend of Charleston, Mo. and Louisville, Ky, will spend Sunday here a.s the gupst of his fiance, MUS.S Joycfl Damon and her parents, Mr, a"d Mi.s. Emil Damon and family. Mrs. Bryan Miley of Sheffield. Ala. is spending several days here a.? guest, of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt and family. Miss Nancy Hughes arrived last. night from Dallas. Texas lo spend the Labor Day week-end with her parents. Mr, and Mrs. R. D. Hughes. Condition of Mr.s. Hatlie Potter of Bi»5sett. who Is a patient at Boone- vll!e 1* Improved. Mrs. Potter, .sister of Mrs. C." R. Collins of BlythevlUe, has been a patient there for two weeks. Mrs. Gnthrie Kin? of. Memphis spent Friday here as guest of Mrs. Edwin Robinson. Ml.*s Vnnnye Wmtley left today for Ounchltn College. Arkadelphia where she will enroll as a Junior. Tommy KlUough of Searcy left today for his home after spending several days here as houseguest of Charles G. McDaniel. Sgt. Kerman Cross Posoy arrived Friday to spend the weekend as guest of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Posey. Sgt. Poscy is stationed at Camp Gordon. Ga. Condition of B. T. Worthy who Ls a patient at Rlytheville Hospital Js slightly Improved. Mr, and Mrs. George Adams and family of St. Louis .spent Thursday here en route to their home. The former residents of Blytheviile visited relatives and friends. Elizabeth Ann Privett arrived home today from Corinth, Miss., where she wa* the guest of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Doclt Privett. Condition of Mrs. A. M. Butt who l.i a patient at Memphis Methodist Hospital is improved. • Mr. and Mrs. Wnlte'r M. Phillips and Miss Wilsle Phillips of New- Bern. Tenn., will arrive today to spend the weekend us , guests of Mr. and Mrs. ictor SthVell. Mr. nnd' Mrs. Paul Huronn and daughter, Marilyn Sue, are spending the weekend in KnoxvUlc. Tonn., as guests of relatives. Elvyn Calriwell left this week for Ca.stle Heights Military Academy jn Lebanon, Tenn. Mr. Cnlciwell, : who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. "A: R, Cn Id well of Dell, left early to begin football training. Licenses The following couples obtained marriage licenses at the office of Miss Elizabeth Blylhe, county clerk, yesterday; Virgil Baker mid Miss Kathleen Smith, both of Dell. Ernest Beck and Miss Louise Siv- agc, both of Manila. City Purchases Auto For Police Department Mayor Doyle Henderson sold this morning that a 19+9 Pnjtti.ic has been purchased by the pity for I'sft as a patrol car by the Blythc- ville Police Department. The new car was purchased yesterday from the Smith Pont lac Company who nuirte the city the highest trade-in bid for the IQ47 model Pontiac which will be replaced by tlift new car. The city pave the 1947 model car and $500 for the 1949 model. Mayor Henderson said. Chief of Police John Foster said I that it Is expected the new car would go into service the first of next week. Al The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Marvin Lifford, City. Wall* HfHplUl Dismissed: Mrs- Duill Berry, Luxor a. Mrs James A. Harris and baby, Haytl. Mrs. Bob Rayburn, city. Paul Long, Rt. 2. colors were used In the home. A sandwich plntc with iced rfrlnk$ were served. Minnie Lee Jones Music Studio Now Open for Fall Classes IN PIANO REGISTER NOW Studio—S07 Chickas»wb» Telephone 2991 Pretzels were first nmdc by a monk in southern Frnnc« In 610 A. D. BY REFRIGERATION Continuous Shows Box Office Open? 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 r>:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m 1:30 p. LISTEN TO KI.CN Saturday Home in San Antone with Roy Aeuff Serial: "Batman and Robin** No. 12 and Short ..ontinuoiu ShowlBt Sak J SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER S, 1949 THE MANNEQUINS BEFORE THE SHOW—Helping two of tlln mcdels in the Junior Service Auxiliary style show September 8 select gnrment.s which they can show to best advantage are co-directors Mrs. At left Miss Vivian E'atterson watches her reflection in an Kdythe Shopne three-way mirror as Mrs. Nelson adjusts a fold iti her flare- back brown tweeii .suit. Miss Patter- will wear the Jaunty Jr. suit "-•"• —"• '•(»>• «,\- wu-vtiiUV.LUIj ,»ia. tun win wear tin 1 jHimiy jr. suii, R. A. Nelson and Mrs. S. E. Tune. I o[ brown gabardine and tweed, here * * • * * l Mink, Millinery and Muted Music High Fsshion Plates Come to Life Friday at Auxiliary's Style Show All the glamor of an exclusive Paris -showing of French Couturie creations will he transplanted here Friday when Blythevill* women will model everything from mink to millinery before other BJytheville women. The Mirror Room of Hotel Noble will be transformed into a high fashion dress .salon, muted music will he heard throughout the two .showings nrranged, find fl tea table will he gleaming with silver ap- pointnu'nts. The occasion \vill be the benefit Junior Service Auxiliary Fashion show, with two Blytheville dress shops, MlM Whttsltt's and the Edythe Shoppe, lending clothes to be modeled In. the revue. From WhiUitl's will come originals by Bender and Hamberger, Elscnberg and Sons, Alt!rich and Mangoiie; sportswear by Nardts of Dallas, anrt hats by Maud Rosner, 50 Rue do Foniierc. Paris, by Benson Millinery and H. Wcyman Co. of California- Stoles, capes, and coats in various furs will be a feature of the Whitsitt, exhibit. The Edythe Shoppe will show Swansciown Cofit.'s, Jaunty Jr. suit Ju.stine McCarthy Sport.swear, Jo dee Jr. dresses and headwcar by Richard and Co. Models wearing Wh'tsitt's frocks dered by Harry FiitziiLs and the High School Girls' Trio, made up of Misses Mary Jo Eaton, Mary —Courier News riiolo accessories of brown , store. Mr.s. Holland is dressed iri a and green. In the other picture Mrs. I light-welghi woo! dress with a mus- '"'"" ""' ....... ' j-hown with J. P. Holland, far r rifilU and Mrs 1 lard-colored blouse and black skir ,« .hmv a jUcccnted with a kelly belt. Thirteei Tune consider for the show a mou- 1 ! ^p 1 ton-trimmed camel's hair coat by' Stroock which they have just taken from the racks at Mi&s Whilsitt's . women besides Miss patter- son and Mrs. Holland will model fashions from the two local stores in the style revue. 'Veep' to Pay Another Co// on Mrs, Hadley ST. LOUIS, Sept. 3. I/Pi — Vice President Alben W. Barkley, wlios* name has been linked romantically with Mrs. Carleton S. Hadley, is due In St. Louis tomorrow night lot another visit with her. The attractive widow, jfl, con-r firmed this but said she doesn't know what has been planned for his visit. Barkley probably will remain in St. Louis until Wednesday night. He has a speaking engagement Thursday morning in Sprin- field, 111. : LUXORA NEWS By Mrs. G. C. Driver Miss Dorothy Ann Rozelle is vis- Uing Miss Betty Shirley in Calhoun ., . . . . . , "i inns nnsis Bciiy onuiey in (. si' 8 "™ i U o" a " d Y,' Vlan Ta >"° r -! City, Miss., for a few days. Misses Mrs W. H. will act as com-I Rozelle and slli ,., ey will ^ room _ mentator (or the revue. Inttlcs at Mlssissi|)pl Slate College Decorations for the simulated sa- for Women this coming school year. Ion are being donated by the Plow- Mrs . c . P . Crawford entertained er Shop and favors by Kirby Drug her two table bridge club at her country home Thursday afternoon. Teachers In the Luxora School returning here this week included Miss Gretcheti Barnes.from Reinze, Miss., Miss Eunice Shinn (rom sum- Tickets are being distributed by advance sales only for one dollar, Persons not contacted by Auxiliary members ma yobtain tickets fiom either Whitsit't's Shop. Co-directors of the or the Edythe'i nwr school at Louisiana State Uni| versity, Baton Rouge, and Miss Avis production Crawford from school at Henderson - ,^iawiuiu num SLIIL are Mrs. s. E. Tune and Mrs. R. A. | State, Arkadelphia. Nelson. New Liberty News Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lloyd, Mrs. Numbered among Luxorans r<£ cently dismissed from Memphis hos- I pitals and now convalescing at home | are Mrs. p. M. Bonds, James w. Hill A. W. Wnlls. and Mrs. H. Kurtz. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. McClurkln of Nashville, Tenn., are visiting Mrs. McClurkin's patents, Mr. and Mrs C. P. Powell. i Mrs. Buford Den ton and children i have recently ~ returned here from i St. Louis, where they have made Ark., and Monroe, La. Mcsdamcs Tom'Callis, A. B. Ro?.- elle, Lem Stanford. C. B, Thomas, G. C. Driver ,Jr., Elmer Hall, T. D. Wilkins. and R. L. Houck attended a briii|;c luncheon in Memphis Tuesday, at the home of Mrs. Hayes Goiven. Mr. and Mrs. Bowcn Thompson and daughter, Betty Bowen, spent Monday in Memphis. Other Memphis visitors Monday included Mrs. Sam Bowen and Miss Frances Reid Bowcn. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Bradley left Saturday for Fayetteville, where Mr. Bradley will attend a week forum on vocational agriculture being held at the University of Arkansas. the First Baptist Church met Tuesday night with six members present. The business meeting was presided over by the president, Mrs. Paul Hayes. Mrs. W. L. Clark taught a Bible stewardship study class. After the program the hostess, Mrs. Hayes, served a dessert course. Mr. and Mrs. J. s. Olive have been visiting friends and relatives in Southeast Arkansas for the pas week. R. C. Langston and Leonard son spent last week in Harlingen, Tex., on business. Mrs. W. H. Con-en of Memphis spent last week here as the guest of her mother, Mrs. Sue M. Brown. The executive committee of the Luxora P.T.A. met Monday nigh; at the home of the president, Mrs. A. B. Rozelle. There were 13 members present. Reports were given by the different committee chairmen. The program for the forthcoming year was outlined by the program chairman, Mrs. Champ Meadows. Miss Eunice Shinn, librarian, reported that 400 books were checked out during the summer vacation. Open discussion was held on the study course to be given and also financial projects for the" year. After the meeting the hostess served a dessert course. Mrs. Wort Steed. Mrs. Lem Stanford, Mrs. Tye Adams, Mrs. Bowen Thompson. Mrs. Charlie Thomas and Mrs. T. D. Wilkins were co-hostesses Wednesday afternoon to a 15 table bridge luncheon, held at th» school cafeteria. Guests present were from Luxora, Osceola and Blytheville. Mrs. Jesse Brown won high score for the afternoon, other prize winners Included Mrs. H. A. Glascoe of Osceola, Mrs. Ray Whitmore, Mrs. Elizabeth Silliman, and Mrs. Lester Stevens. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Wood and family have been spending the p»r' two weeks at their cabin on shoe Lake. G. C. Driver. Jr., spent last w^ejc- end In Memphis attending the Sigma Pi Fraternity Convention, l&ld at Hotel Peaboriy. Mr. Driver is 'rtl tiring president of the fratern'ityjj alumni association. - ;.' Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich and family of Blytheville spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Ktrk M. C. Cooke, Mrs. Wunderlich's pai!- enls. \'^ Mrs. w. C. Meadows and daughter, Marilynn, and Mrs. J. M. Ma- Thc Business Women's Circle of day. jors, n'ere Memphis visitors Tiles- • - ----- --------- Bfter vacationing In parts of will include Mrs. L. C. B. Youni? of j ? a Osceola. Mrs. Kenneth Berry of | Steelc, Mr.s. Charle.i Lnngston, Mrs. I —--•••••— UoyrtStickmon, Mrs. Anne Stevens'.p'f' 0 ". HoWor ls "sitin K.m«lo... Mrs. Ch.rl« MeW.(e«.| M,,J. P Le O nard Coo!ey - - J. F. Epperson ami Mrs. Morris j their home for the past lew months ! , w Singleton nre v'-iiing relatives in | Miss Mary Alice Young of Osceola ! L5> ' Aberdeen and Okalona, Miss. | was the recent hoilseguesl of Miss Mr. and Mrs. Gcorc Warren of Marianna were the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams. | Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Langley and : daughter. Llnd.i. have returned . . . Mrs. J. P. Holland and Miss Joan Campbell. | Dressed In Edvlhe-wear will be ML->:es Nora Simpson. Mollie Rollson, Vivian Patterson. Eloise Barnes, ' June Howard and Mrs. Jesse White and Mrs. James Titlwell. I During the shows — one will begin | al 4:16 and the second at 5:15— muted music will be furnished by ' Mrs. P^driie Salifan at the piano. At intervals vocal numbers will be ren- Tci "". Kioise Richardson. Mrs. Ray Whitmore returned Tuesday from a week's visit with relatives In Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Petty left . Tuesday for Little Rock, where Mrs. Petty is to undergo an operation this week In the Baptist Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Lem Stanford and sons, Tommy and Bubba, spent last week visiting relatives in Dermott, Box Office Opens 6:45 Show SUrls 7:90 Opena Sunday 1:00: SUrts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. A SBH Bargain Mghl Kvrrj Nljht Kxcrpt SnturHay No passes honnrrd on Sunday al Rosy Theatre Saturday The RIU Theatre has a Crr-Ronm where mother* with frelflnr iMbln can see and hear the show In comfort. Hidden Danger with Johnny Mack BrowTi Serial: "Rockrtmcn" No. 3 Contlnuo Short Sunday & Monday IDOUBI.K FEATURE) J.ate World News Continuous Shovrinit Sun. 1:30-11:04 RESTAURANT FIXTURES We are closing our BlyfheviHe Cafeleria anrl ne in- lend to sacrifice the beautiful brand new fixtures, i-hirm and silverware at less than (he original rast .a must be seen to he apprecialed. Some of the items are: Refrigerator—all stainless steel, duulile door, Ifi cu. ft. capacity. Six burner sluirt order range—fur butane gas. Twin urn—10 gallon capacity, stainless steel. Steam Table—stainless steel, 10' long, 12 vegetables, 4 meats, extra pans. Maple .Meal Hlock. Two large gal\ arti/ed sinks, galvanized canopy. Beautiful assortment of brand new kitchen ufensils consisting of large butcher knives, spoons, ladles, potato mashers, sauce pans, garbage pans, chinaware. glassware and stainless steel knives, forks and spoons. 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