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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 6, 1950
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PAGE POUR BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1950 Aleut* JAM Shelton. Society Editor PhoM 4461 Egg'Hunt Is Given 'At Newsom Home Charlotte' Faye Bennett «nd jroe Newsom entertained 20 little guests yesterday afternoon at the Udell Newsom home with'an Easter egg hunt, charlotte Faye Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bennett arid : Joe Is thi son of Mr. and Mrs. Udell Newsom. In the egg hunt, a gift was presented Frahkie Hendson for finding the prize egf. Immediately following the egg hunt, the remainder of 'the afternoon was spent In the enlirtaining rooms of the Newsom home. Bouquets of shaded gladioli, Iris, Jonquils and other spring flowers, were arranged In crystal bowls placed throughout the home. A large white cake,, topped with oocoanut "grass" and holding clusters of tiny candy eggs, was cut arid served the : guests with fee cream and Iced drinks. In five clusters of grass rested f»e tiny lighted candles, representing the five birthdays'.of Joe Newsom.'.The fact that 1 It-was also a birthday, party was not revealed to the '.guests until the candles were lighted. Mrs. Bennett and Mrs. Newsom were assisted during the afternoon by Mrs. Ernest Slgmitn, Mrs. Bob Henderson and Mrs. John Stevens, Jr. . . During the , afternoon, favors or tiny egg cartons holding vari-hued eggs were'presented the guests. Bunco Club Meets In Marsh Home Iris, * arranged In hand painted vues, were placed in the entertaining room of the Jack Marsh home list night when Mrs. Marsh was hostess to the Alpha Beta Bunco Club for the weekly meeting. Hand painted tallies, decorated with nests of grass, filled with miniature Easter eggs, were used by ' the - guests during the game. Other decorations in keeping with the ' ;,E»ster motif were placed throughout the home. ' In 'the games, 1 Mrs Marsh won U«h 'score, Mrs. Fred Boyett, low and Mn. Cecil Dim, bunco. At the conclusion of the' games, tin. Marsh served a dessert course vMi iced drinks. VERSATILE Osceola Glee Club Entertains^Club OSOSOtA, -irk., '•'April '.6.^Miss OMherine Day, Miss Billie i'oaines Monn mod Miss Sally Travis •• were featured to. * trio. group when the Omoia Olee Club presented a pro- frwn for the Cuceola Progressive Ctab, recently. Among the selections for . the afternoon were: "IJs- iten To The Lambs," "Breathe Soft *Ye Winds': and "Ride on the chariot." Mr. Posey, musical' director for the school presented the group after .being introduced by Mrs. C. Franklin • Sanden .chairman of . the educational department of the club. In the Business session, the f ol- fcrwing committees were appointed: Mate ; convention • tea, Mrs. Louis Oeoige, Mrs. Nathan Weinberg, Mn. Ralph < Oallini, and Mrs. Eel Weiss; Nominating committee, Mrs. D.' H. Blackwood, Mrs. John White, Mrs. Joe Rhodes, Sr., delegates to state convention, May 21, 22, Mrs. V. O." Mann, Mrs. D. H. Blnckwood and Mrs. Joe Rhodes, Sr., with Mrs. Goode Bandy, Mrs! Tal Tongate and Mrs. J. A. Pigg'as alternates. Mrs. Ed Weiss was appointed as representative - from . the. club to the city recreational board. • "AnriouBicementfi - were made . concerning .. Cotton .Week, .--May 1 through 6, and the Annual Library Building Banquet, May 4. ^ During the social hour, hostesses were: Mrs. Nathan Weinberg, Mrs. Ed Tea ford, Mrs. D. H: Blackwood, Mrs. John .White, Mrs. Ide, Tucker, Mrs. 'Joe Young. Mrs. A. P. Williams, Mrs. J. L. Williams, Mrs. By Sue'Burnett A handsome daytime diess to see you nicely through a busy summer. Buttons In threes trim one shoulder and one hip, short or three quarter sleeves are provided Pattern No. 8235 comes In sizes 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20. Size H, cap sleeve, 3% yards of 35 or 39-inch. Send 25 cents now for the Spring and Summer FASHION! 48 pages of new styles, fabric news, special features. Free pattern printed inside the : book. • 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, m. •.• ..:;.. .. : Send 25:cents now-lor-the Spring and Summer FASHION.; ,48 pages of new'styles," fabric"news, special features. Free pattern printed Inside the book. ' '' ' Bits of News Coming Events' Social Calendar .' Thandar Senior Memorial plays. it , high school auditorium at 8:30 p. m. Duplicate Bridge League ineeta/at Hotel Nobel at B p.m, Nu Phi Mu sorority meets at home of Miss Jane Shelton, 1520 W. Walnut, at 7 pjn. Friday Four Winds Club has meeting at Club house, 709 Lilly, at 7:30 p.m. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma phi meets/at Hotel Noble at 2:30 p! in. Mrs. J. N.'Dny and Mrs. Bill Hynd man. hostesses. Mrs. J.-o. Hney entertains Lucky Rook Club. . .Saturday The "Primary and Junior Departments of the First Christian Church will hold .an Easter egg hunt Saturday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. at the church. '..-•; : Sunday Misses Barbara and 'Rosemary Monaghan entertaining with a reception from 3 to 5 at their home on Ash St., honoring Misses Vivian Taylor, Vivian Patterson and 'Reen Morris. . Easter Egg hunt for children of members of the Country Club at the club at 3:30 p.m., rain or shine. Bill Williams, who Is a student at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, arrived home last .night to be the Easter holiday guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Marion Williams. Miss Blllle Jane Hodgers, who attends the University of Mississippi, Oxford, Miss., Is spending the Easter holidays here as guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Rodgers. : Pvt. James A. Worsley, enlisted In the U. S. Air Force, March 28th' at Jacksonville, Fla., and will take his basic training, at the Lockland Air Force base, San Antonio, Tex. Pvt. Worsley is the son of Mr." and Mrs. Bill Worsley of Crescent city, Fla., and the grandson of Mr • and Mrs. James T. Brackin of Blytheville. . . . Mrs I. R. Jolmson and sister, Mrs. L, L. McDearman of Halls, Tenn,, arc spending two weeks In Hot Springs. Condition of Miss Ruth Norman of Helena, who was critically injured in/a motorcycle accident last week, remains unchanged. Miss Norman, who formerly made her home in Blytlieville, is a frequent Blytheville visitor. She is the daughter of Chester Norman. Mrs. Lois Webster of Blytheville has gone to Helena to be with Miss Norman. Mrs. J. J. Johnson returned "yesterday from St. Louis where she visited her sister. Mrs. J. Edgar White of sikeston who is seriously ill In Barnes Hospital. Hal B. Thompson, a student at the University of Arkansas,-Fayetteville, arrived home today to spend the Easter holidays with relatives and friends. He will return to school Sunday. Mrs. B. O. all!, Mr. and Mrs. Udell Newsom,'•;and Mrs.'. H. A. Sigman spent yesterday in Memphis. While in Memphis they visited Mrs. Gill's nephew/S. C. Cox, who Is a patient at Kennedy--General Hospital. Lieut, and Mrs. Robert W. ker- shaw. and son, Robert Warrlngton Kershaw, III. of,Denver, Colo., are spending a two weeks furlough here as guests of Mrs. Kershaw'' mother, Mrs. Daisy Peterson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nunn left this morning for Chapel Hill, N. C, where they will spend the Easter weekend with their daughter, Miss Mary Nunn, a student at the University of North Carolina. They were accompanied by Mrs. T. -J. Mohan, who will visit her daughter, Mrs. W. B. Tanner at the University and by Mrs. Harry A. Haines, who will be the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Shu ford in Hickory, N. C. Mrs. .Marjorie Lovelady and Infant son, John QUlncy, left today for Forrest City where they, will spend three weeks as guests of Mrs. Lovelady's ^pajents, Mr. and Mn. William Smith. , Mr. and Mrs.'Bryant F. Stewart, Jr., will arrive tonight from the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, to spend the Easter holidays as guests of Mr. Stewart's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Stewart, Sr., and sister, 'Miss Polly Stewart Miss Glnnle Shibley Is confined to her home. 319 E. Kentucky, with hone. • That t» no real lubstltute for the security that k'nowlng she Is loved gives * woman. But anything is better than complete • emptiness t' spirit Livestock prll «. (#}— (USDA)—Hogs 12,000; arket 25 to 50 lower than Wed- esday's average; mostly 40 to 50 ower on weights 180 Ibs up; some ate sales and bids 65 to 75 power, ulk 180-240 Ibs ie.00-16; top 16.25 SCENE FROM ONE ACT COMEDY to be presented tonight »t senior high school. Cast members from left to right aie: Sue Crafton, Bonlta Sjankard, Jim Cassldy, Alan Berry, Fred Child, Vivian P»tWr«oc Frank Wagner and Betty Presnell. The program begins at 8:30 p.m. Annual Plays, Crowning ot Queen, To Be Given Tonight by Seniors The annual Blytheville High School senior plays will be presented tonight at the High School auditorium. The program, which * features a comedy, "Are We Dressing?" and a drama, "Submerged," will get underway at 8:30 p.m. Immediately following the plays, Mary Jo Eaton will be crowned Senior Class Queen for 1950. Queen Mary Jo will be crowned by Larry Lutfc, class president. Members of the cast for the opening play, "Are We Dressing?" are Homer Andrews,-, played by Fred Child; Lora Andrews, Betty Pres- ansas,. Fayetteville, to spend the Easter holidays as guest of his par-' ents, Mr. and Mrs. Brad Daniel. Don Kerbough and Perry ; Rothrock arrived home today from Ark-. ansas State College, Jonesboro, to be the Easter weekend guest's of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd I Kerbough and Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Rolhrock. a severe cold. Larry, Daniel 'arrived home losl night from the University of Ark- nell; Fred Andrews, Jimmy Cassldy; Polly Andrews, Bonita Slankard; Greg Mlllnrd, Frank Wagner; Joan Vtlllard, Vivian Patterson; Ivan Konrad, Alan Berry, and Felicia, Sue Crafton. Margery Hale is student director for the production. Senior class members appearing In the one-act drama are: Dunn, portrayed by, Bob Gossett; Shaw, Cnl Gossetl; Brice, Harry Frltzius; Mac Andrews, Bob Kirshner; Nabb, Jimmy Heinmiller; and Jorgson, Colman Borowsky. Maxlhe Hipp Is student director. < •• ' Miss Luna B Wilhelm is director for both productions. . A. G. Shibley, Jr., arrived home -oday from Tulane University. New Orleans, where he is. a pre-medical Indent, to be the Easter guest of ils parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Shibley, Sr., and sisters. Misses Joephine and Ginnie Shibley. •• ; Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Kline and daughter, Claudia Jane, arrived home Monday from Tucson, Ariz.; where they had spent the winter months. ; ' ' i .Graham , .Partlow. , arrived last night' from .the 'University' of" Arkansas, Fayetteville, to be the holiday guest of his parents, Mr. and vtrs. H. C. Partlow and sisters, Miss Nancy Partlow and Pat Partlow. • Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Shearln and daughter, s Kay .and Miss Millie hambers have as their guests Mrs, C. E. Shearln. Mrs. Cecil Wright and J. B. Shearin all of Forrest City. Mr. J. B. Shearin is father and Mrs. Wright sl.='=r of Mr. Shearin's. Mrs. Shearin and Mrs. Wright 'Will visit friends In Luxora before the group's return to Forrest City to- i or row. Miss Barbara Monaghan will arrive .home tonight from the University of Arkansas. Fayetteville, to spend the Easter holidays as guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Monaghan.and sister..Rosemary. Mrs. 1 Cecil Earls Is ill at her home. 1020 W. Main. > '•:.'.' •". -. : Miss,Martha Dale pixon arrived home today from Fayetteville, where she is a.freshman at the University of Arkansas, to spend the Easter holidays as guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vance Dixon, Baptist Workers Council to Meet Mississippi County Baptist Workers Council .will meet at the First Baptist Church In Blytheville at 10 a.m. tomorrow. The Rev. D; B. Bledsbe, a former associate pastor in Blytheville mil make the principal address entitled, "Conserving the Results.' Mrs. Clyde Webb will give the devotional, "I Must. Work t h e Works." Scheduled to discuss, methods and results or "wining to Christ' are the Rev. Clarice Johnson, the Rev. Perry Herring, and the Rev B. W. Pierce: . Lunch is to be served by tin First Baptist Church, arid follow ing lunch the Rev. Russell Duffer association moderator, wfll discus* "Tarry for Power." The board Is ^ scheduled to mee following the adjournment of th council at 1:45 p.m. Goodrich Employees Get Awards for Safety . AKRON, O. —MV- A "sweet re ward" is in store for rubber com pany workers who steer clear :o disabling injuries. Under a .new safety program spearheaded *by :th Foreman's Club at B. F. Goodric for the 10,600 plant employes, free candy bar will be awarded employees in departments that re main accident-free for at least 30 days'. The new campaign against plan accidents also pays off to worker In departments that do report In juires. They receive a free packag of chewing gum Imprinted wit "Sorry, no candy. Here's somethin to chew on. Work for no disablin 16,25; 100-130 Ibs ».50-12.50; h*»v» hogs scarce; scattered sales 250-30* Ibs 15.00-90; sows 400 Ibi 'down 14.50-15.00; heavier sows largely 13.25-14.00; stags unchanged at 8.50- ii.oo... ••.'•'•'. Cattle 1500; calves 900; active and fully steady to strong on heifers, steers-and cows; bulls strong to 25 higher; vealers steady; steers medium to good 25.00-27.25; few., low medium around 24.00; medtmn and good heifers and mixed year-, lings 24.50-26,00; common and low medium 21.00-24.00; good cows 19.50- . — „ , .-r 21.00; common and medium cows parinely early; late top 16.00; few mostly 18,00-19.50; canners and cut- ate sales 15.75-85; 140-110 Ibs 13.50- , ters 14.00-17.50. >M * WE, THE WOMEN B* RUTU MIL1XT1 EA Stall Write Balk MffleH Women who haven't anyone i urn .to sometimes sit down ar write me a letter pouring out a itter story. Sometimes • they hesl- ate to sign their names--and If ic persons seems desperately In eed. of help or encouragement It eems too bad that the letter can't : answered personally.. •• This is such a Utter: "I have inally had to face the fact that my husband no lo r loves me and. hough he has never told me, that he has turned to another woman. "I've gone through the stages of itlng her and trying to hate him. but now there is nothing left.b'ut an awful emptiness. •. "Everything I've built my life on has' been destroyed. I don't think my husband will ever ask for a dl- •orce. He Is as fond of our children as I am, and realizes as much as I do what breaking up our home would mean to them. 'So 1 have mentally • committed myself to going on : with the marriage as though it hadn't been robbed of all peace and Joy and all the security I once;felt In my husband's love. I am do my best Tor my children, make as good a home as I can under -the circumstances, and not think too much about what will become of me when the-.children are grown. ;, : "It's the only solution my conscience will let .me^accept, for <l is the only .one^'thai will 'keep the children -from being! hurt. But .it is the most alone and.'ernply feeling In the world to face such a future." .Chow Wisely hi Con«lderin» Children There name signed to the letter. Though I think the woman who wrote it has made the- only possible solution to her problem, since she is obviously a mother who puts her children's welfare above her owfi happiness, T can only hope that trie knowledge that she has done what is right for her children will sustain her when the going Is particularly hard. I can only offer her one word of warning. That is to try to get something out of life for herself—to try to fill up the emptiness so tar as possible with religious faith, with friends, outside Interests, and may- injuries. Hope you enjoy your candy be a Job when the children are old next month." enough for her to be gone from S. L. Glandlsh Gallini. and Mrs. Ralph At The Hospitals BlytheTille Hospital Dismissed: Laura Long, City. Lucille Nathan, City. Walls Hospital Dismissed: John Shlpp, City. Mrs. Johnnie Sue Thompson, Caruthersville. Mrs. S. C. Ingram and baby, Luxora. Paul Long, Jr., City. Mrs. Bobby Ashby and baby. City. Mrs. J. R. Kinningham, Stecle. 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