The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 10, 1950 · Page 4
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PACT POUt BLTTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, APRIL 10, 19M ' JUM Khcltoo. SoeMtr Editor Graduates Are Honored WitK Easter Day Reception Hfhty-flv* tuests called yesterday from 3 to 5 at the Matt Mona- |han home, 901 W. Asli, to extend graduation 'congratulation* to' the Missei' -Vivian Patterson, Vivian Taylor and Maureen Morris. .The MUsts Taylor and Patterson will be graduated from Blytheville High School, »hd Miss Norrls will be graduated from St. Cccellia's Academy. Nashville, In May. Misses' Barbara and Rosemary Monaghan, hostesses, assisted the honoreec in receiving the guests as.they called. Gifts of white carnations, nestled In greenery, were pinned at the shoulders of the afternoon frocks worn by the honorees-and' hostesses. A low'Crystal bowl from which brimmed-'; yel low and wh ite da isies Interspersed with -pink snapdragons and-'feathery fern, topped . the 'refreshment! table.from which the assorted party : foods were served. Clusters of miniature bunny candles' completely ..encircled the base of 'the :design,' Crystal candelaora, holding lighted yellow tapers, were placed on either side. Sally Trlcsctv- mann and Martha Nichols presided over the refrerlinient table during the first hour fith the Misses Gay Garrigan and 11'ary Frances Games presiding the recoiid hour. Harmonizing bouquets, predominantly pink, vere placed throughout the .• spactcuis rooms . In which the guests were received. Easter lilies were arranged'In the home. Out of town guests from Osceola, Memphis and Wilson called during the afternoon. i' • • • Sorority Group Hears :<" 'Sculpture" Discussion ."Sculpture" was the chosen program subject presented to members of the-Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi at the bi-monthly meet- Ing Friday afternoon at Hotel Noble Mrs. J. N. Day and Mrs. Bill Hynd- zhan .were hostesses. v Mrs. T. H. Caraway, president conducted a brief' business session after which Mrs. W. H. OTteefe presented the program. At the conclusion of the meeting . the hostesses served refreshments Egg Hunt Given At Henry Home .Sterle Jean Henry, two-year-oli daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Jack Henry, entertained all little guest, •yesterday at-her. home on Cherr: Vith an Easter egg ; hunt. Following the hunt, the youni •guests spent the ; remainder of th aftemoon ln : the Henry home write] .was decorated with vari-hued sprini flowers. ' , ', . Farty foods were served durlni the afternoon-by Mrs. Henry, whi .was assisted by Mrs. Dale Looper HEIR-MINDED * WE, THE WOMEN aUtb MlltaU, NBA Staff WrMa» Recording of Faults Can Put Marriage on the Rocks 8587 12-42 . By Sue Burnett A. neat, youthfully styled frock for mother-to-be that has a neck to hem closing, waistline, draw- stnng to Insure needed adjustment. Pattern, also provides a comfortable smock with gay tulip pockets. Pattern No. 8587 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 12 14, 16, 18/20; 40 and 42. Size 14, dress, 4S yards of 39-inch; smock,' 3 yards. For this'pattern, send 25 cents, .n COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 530 South wells Street, Chicago 7, III. 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. Mrs'. Alex Shelby To. Address PTA Mrs. Alex Shelby will be gues speaker at the monthly meeting the High School PTA tomorrow a the high school. ' .The general meeting.'Whlch begins at 3 pjn., will be preceded by an executive board -meeting at 2:30 p.m. All members were. urged by Mrs. H. N. Swearengen, Sr., publicity chairman, to attend the meeting. New Liberty News Mrs. D. Garratt was the honored guest 'at the I pin. luncheon birthday party of the Birthday Club Tuesday nftcrnoon. Mrs.. Walter Woods was hostess' to the grjup. Luncheon was served from the dining table which was topped ;vlth clusters of gross with a miniature bunny resting In the center of ths arrangement. Baskets tiUcd with colored eggs encircled the centerpiece. Vases holding splrea and iris were placed In the rcoms of the home . In which the guests spent the afternoon.. -Following the luncheon, gifts wei presented the honoree after which the afternoon was spent informally About 120,000,000 pounds of crabs arc catight In American ^a each year. Cominq Events Social Calendar Monday St. Cecilia Guild ot Women's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church meeting in Room 110, Hotel Noble, 8 p.m. Mrs. Louis Hubener, hostess. v . Charlesvolx Chapter of DAR has luncheon meeting at Hotel Noble at 1 p.m. Mrs. H. W. Wylie and Mrs. O. W. McCutchen hostesses. Mrs. Herman Turner entertains TLE 'Club. ) Executive Board meeting of the High School PTA meets at 2:30 p.m. General', meeting with Mrs. Alex Shelby, guest speaker-si 3 p.m. Open house at newly 'completed Methodist Parsonage, 7 to 10 pjn. Mrs. Clarence Webb hostess to La Nucve. Wednesday Mrs. M. O. Usrcy and Mrs. C. A. Nelson entertaining Chapter "N" ot PEO at the Usrey home for* I p.m. luncheon. Mrs. L. E. Old hostess to Wed- .csday Club. Open house at Methodist parson- ge. 120 N. Ninth, 1 to 10 p.m. Mrs. Lane Novell entertains Aliha Beta Bunco Club. Thursday The Elliott Fletcher Chapter of he UDC has 12 o'clock lunchcon- iceting at the Baptist Church In »uxora. Mrs. Sanford Boone hostess to Thursday Luncheon Club. Mrs. J. A. Saliba entertains Thursday Night Club. Thursday Rook Club meets with .Irs. Richard Prlcharrt. Methodist parsonage open to lucst* from 7 to 10 p.m. Avalon Bunco meets with Mrs. Norman Speck. Friday Mrs. Lloyd Whltt'aker hostess to Friday Contract. Lucky Rook Club meets will) Mrs. Freeman Hvcy. Lake Street Methodist WSC8 Ims chicken suopcr at church. Serving begins at 5:30 p.m. Mrs, M, L. Hawkins underwent major operation this mornini at Walls Hospital, Marion B. Smith, who Is a itu- dent at Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, was the weekend guest ol his grandmother, Mra. M. G. Goodwin and sister, Kay. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Eades, Jr., and son, Robert, have returned to their home In Mobile, Ala., after spending the weekend here as guests of Mr. Kades' parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Eades. Miss Leta Rose Castllo, a student at Arkansas Tech, Russellvllle. was the Easter weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Garth Castilo. Mi-, and Mrs. L. M. Mead of Wilton Junction, Towa, have returned to their home after spending the weekend here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Cookston. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Thaxton and daughter, Lena Faye, spent the weekend In Jonesboro »s guests of relatives. Miss Vannye Whitley Is spending the Easier holidays here as guest of her mother, Mrs. R. C. Blackwell and Mr, Blackwell. Miss Whitley Is a Junior at Ouachlta College. ArkadelDhla. She will return to school Tuesday. Mr. and ^frs, Carl Bryant were the weekend, guests of Mrs. Bryant's parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Shelton, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Clark and son of Birmingham, Ala., spent the weekend here as guests of Mr. Clark's mother, Mrs. Walter Clark and sister, Mrs. J. B, Freeman and other relatives. The grout) spent yesterday afternoon in Memphis with Mr. Walter Clark, who Is undergoing observation and treatment at the Baptist Hospital. Carleen Kerley has returned to her home In Memnhls after suend- Ing several days here as guest of Kay Smith. Miss Prances Sue Bright, who attends the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, was the weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bright and sister, Sophia Ann. Mr. and Mrs. Auz&ie Henry left this morning for Dallas, Tex., and Colorado Springs, Colo., where they will vacation for two weeks. Jim Henry, of Tallahasse. Pla., Mr. and Mrs. John Rash and children, of West Memphis, arid Glenn Ray Henry and Mrs. Laura Henry of Poplar Bluff spent yesterday In Blytheville as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Henry and daughter. Stc- vle Jean. • . ' Miss Billle Sue Burks, a senior at Texas State College for Women, Denton, Tex., and Guy Burks, student at Arkansas State, Jonesboro, ATTIKE PAYS OFF — Terry Moore (above), young film actress who has been doing okay as a sweet young thing in films, is getting to wear revealing costumes like this one because she's discovered the value of a tight sweater. Trying to get away from shy heroine parts, she took a screen test wearing a black negligee. It convinced studio bosses she's grown up mid landed her new roles. (AP Wirephoto). At I he Hos"it"ls Blylheville Hospital Dismissed: Cathy Ann Caldwell, Dell. Mrs. J. F. Edwards. Stecle. Mrs. Jimmy Flannighan, city. Mrs. James Wren mid baby, City. Jessec Stilt. Carbondale, 111. Walls Hospital Dismissed: W. H. Bohannlng, City. Frank Turner, City. James Farley, Jr., Dell. Mrs. Enoch Austin, Rt. 2. Lucille Webb, City. Michael "Williams, Stcele.' Morris Lynn Davis, City. A London housewife claimed ta court that her huaband kept a diary of her faults and read them to her at the ejid of every week. The only difference between him and a lot of other husbands and wives Is that he was Just * little more methodical. But the wife or husband who keeps a mental list of a mate'.? faults and bring] them up In the middle of every quarrel I* really just as bad. • The only way for husbands and wives to get along for any lencth of time Is to wipe the slat* clean after every misunderstanding, hurt, or quarrel. That way they face only one grievance at a time.'But let either one keep a mental list of all the wrongs done by the other, and each quarrel or disagreement becomes a rehash of all that has gone wrong before. Places Strain on Marriage That is Just too much for a marriage to stand. John can probably take being told he has been a'heel In one particular Incident. But let his wife remind him that It Isn't the first time he has let her down, and there Is real trouble. Mary may be able to take one criticism at a time—but let her husband remind her that she has other faults, too, and start to prove it—and that is real trouble. It sounds downright silly when this business of keeping track of faults Is done so systematically that It is set down In a diary and read off at the end of every, week. But it is just as silly when It-Is done by keeping them In mind and dragging them out whenever a new difficulty arises. A clean slate after every quarrel ought to be fundamental rule In every marriage. "BA A A-AH!" IS FOR BURGLARS 1' vou're thinking ol installing a burglar alarm, this might be your answer. Four-week-old John Cliltord ot Houston. Tex. lefl above, saved his home trom burglary bj gelling hungry at 3 a m Johnnie's mother, on her way to'-fhe kitchen to get his bnltle surprised • housebreaker, who lumped oui a window. In Cleveland O.. 18-monlh old Bruce Krusinskl. right, performed the same service. Bruce'8 calif for help upon hearing glass breaking In the restaurant below the Krusmski living quarters, awoke the (amily: Pou'ce were summoned and arrested th« intruder. Livestock The American shrimp catch has increased 10 times in 50 years. , left this morning for school after being the Easter'-, guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Burks Sr. Jack Elliott, a student at. Arkansas Tech, Russellvllle, spent the Easter holidays here as guest of his parents,. and Mrs. Matt Mr. arid '-Mrs. James Thompson and frank C. Blue spent yesterday in Little Rock. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Blue and son. who had been spending several days there as guests of relatives. - Mrs. S. S. Sternberg is spending two weeks in Winnetka, III., as guest of her daughter, Mrs. !>. A. Klcmper and family. Mrs. H. C. Patton left today for Dyersburg, Term., where she will spend several -days with relatives. Mr, and Mrs. Rudolph Vrska announce the birth of a son this morr- ing at Memphis Methodist Hospi..- tal. The baby, who lias not yet been named, has a sister, Amelia Marie, who Is three. Mrs. Vrsk.Vs mother, Mrs. Cornelius Modiuger Sr., and Mr. Vrska, are In Memphis with her. Mrs. B. B. Woodson and Mrs. Robert G. McHaney left this morning for the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, where Mrs. Mcllnney will be Initiated into Phi Beta Kap- at the school. They were accompanied to Paeyttevllle by MUs Barbara Monaghan ,a student at the school, who was the Enster holidays guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Monnghan and sister, Rosemary. Miss Ann McLeod, a student at Cottey Junior College, Nevada, Mo,, has returned to school after spending the holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Damon McLeod. Miss McLeod was accompanied home by a school mate, Miss Jan Gheezeman of San Pablo, Calif. MUs McLeod spent Sunday in Memphis with relatives. She was joinr.d yesterday afternoon in Memphis by Miss Cheezeman for the return trip to school. • Mr. and Mrs, George Clark suent Sunday In Paragould as guests of Mrs. Clark's parents, Mr. and Mrs Q. B. Scott. Mrs. Horace Walters and daughter and Mrs. Raymond Lansing of Advance, Mo., spent the weekend here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Norvell tensing and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Walters of the Lone Oak Community. Mr. Walters and Mr. Lansing joined the group in Blytheville Sunday. They returned to their homes last night. Mr. and Mrs. Earl McGregor had as their Sunday guests Mrs. McGregor's nephew, Carleton Drumwright, Mrs. Drumwrlght and son, Jimmy, of Covlngton, Tenn., and Mrs. McGregor's brother, Clyde Newman, Mrs. Newman and daughter, Faye of Jackson, Tenn. Jim Henry was the Easter holidays guest of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilson Henry. Mr. Henry is a student at the University of Fleming Given Medal LEEDS. England —#F)— Sir Alexander Fleming has a new gold medal tor his discovery of penicillin. Lord Mayor N. D. Vine presented it to him at a civic dinner. The famous London specialist received It for "the most successful discovery for the relief of human pain an dsufferlng" under the will of Hoffman Wood, a Leeds architect. Wood, wrio died ta 1933, left $80.000 for scholarly purposes and for three medals for achievements In art, medicine and Invention. , NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, III., April 10. MV— (USDAJ— Hogs 12,500; 11.00. Cattle 3500; calves 800; opening trade somewhat slow on steers and heifers with early trade about stea- fairly active; 25 to 50 higher tlmn. dv . me dium and good steers 24.00- Friday's average; bulk good and I choice 180-240 Ibs 16.35-60; top sparingly 16.75; 250-300 Ibs 15.50-16.25; 140-170 Ibs 14.00-15.15; -few at 16.00; 100-130 Ibs 10.00-13.25: good and choice sows 400 Ibs down 14.15-15.25; heavier sows 14.50-15.50; stags 8.50- 27.00; odd lots high good to 28.00; medium and good heifers and mixed yearlings 24.50-26.50; good cows 19.50-20.50; common and medium 18.50-19.50; canners and cutters largely 14.00-11.50. India Has Own Babel NEW DELHI, India erners and southerners in India's parliament don't alwavs understand each other. They're all supposed to speak English until the northern language, Hindu, becomes the official language 15 years from now. But some insist on -speaking Hindu anyway, and members fiocn the sometimes retaliate. Transport .Minister N.G. Ayyan- ga. p . risked a question In Hindu recently, replied In his mother tongue. Tpmil, that "T do not understand Hindi and therefore cannot reply " The annual shrimp catch In American waters'is about 180,000,000 pounds a year. "Say It With Flowers" Blytheville FLOWER MART Memphis FTiway Phone fiMCS pa in a service to be held tomorrow Arkansas, Paycttcville. Wh^te potatoes were once believed to be poisonous. The sweet potato Is a member of the morning glory family. NOTICE MONDAY, APRIL 10th.. .PAID IN KUI,t, will be shown matinees at Gem nnd nights at the Koxy. TUESDAY, APRIL llth...LET'S LIVE A LITTLE will he shown al Gem on Matinee and night at the Koxy. WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, APRIL 12-13 CHEAPER BY THE DO/EN will be shown at Gem Theatre on Matinees and nights at the Roxy. This change is being made for these four days so the contractor can complete Air Condition installation at the Roxy. i & "Soy It With Flowers" Blytheville FLOWER MART Memphis Hi way Phone CMBC Price Sale limited time only, hr'l.OO/ar H«W Perkins l>eodor»*»t M A«w«ji ewrny •ml Camion. Get f«w A ... MInH arieH At PENNEYS GEM Roxy Shows Now at Gem The Gem Theatre will be everj night with conllnnoni i on Saturday and S«ndaj Last Times Today Strqtton Story with James Stewart and Jvne Allison METRO NEWS and Selected Short Tuesday & Wednesday —DOUBl* FEATURE— BIG DISCOUNT on brand new 1949 APPLIANCES The '50 models are here so out go the '49's! While they last you can get big discounts on Kelvinator refrigerators, ranges, water heaters. . .Apex washers, dishwashers, dryers, kitchen cabinets and sinks. Also 1 1950 Kelvinator range offered at special discount because the porcelain was slightly chipped in shipment. HURKY1 1 B. GEE SALES CO. Ritz Shows Now at Roxy While the RITZ THEATRE ll der construction this summer, can enjoy your best pictures ROXY THEATRE where we hare just Installed AIR CONDITIONING. We will run CONTINUOUS SHOWS ever}' day in th« WMk The Best In Entertainment Every Day MOVIES ARE BETTER THAN EVER Last Time Today Paid in Full with' Robert Cllmmings and Lizabeth Scott Paramount News 3t Selected Short* Tuesday Only HEDY ROBERT LAMARR-CUMMINGS South 2nd Street Phone 2026 LET'S LIVE A LITTLE •'An E*glt Lion Films Releii* Selected Short Subjects. Beautiful Home Offered For Sale This beautiful brick home located on Bij'theville's Main Street is now offered for sale. If you are interested in ~; purchasing it, please cal! (or an appointment and I will arrange to show you all the details of the home in « personal inspection. Here are some of its features: •1 bedrooms 'Living room Family silting room 2 complete baths 1 half-bath GE heating system • 2-car mirage • Servant's house • -Attic fan • Extra large screened porch • Automatic elevator • Spacious lot LOGAN Phon« 2034

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