The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 28, 1949 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 28, 1949
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PAGE TOVK BLYTHEVILLE (ARKJ COUKtER NEWS Jan« Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Anna Jean Foster Is Wed In Home Ceremony Friday : MJss Anna Jean Foster, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Wallace Foster of Osceola became the bride of Janies Looney Hart, ton of Mr. «nd Mrs. Max W. Hart of Osceola in ceremony performed at the home of the bride's parents, September 23 at > p.m. . •"•• The Rev. H. J. Ccmcliman, minister of the First Methodist Church officiated. : ..Floor baskets of white gladioli placed before a background of Jiuckleberr5 f and wrought iron can- delbra holding burning tapers provided the sltar for the exchange of vows. ! Mrs. T. J. Carson, sister of the , bride lighted the tapers. The bride chose an original suit .of wine gabardine fashioned with •V fitted coat and full skirt. Her accessories in grey and the purple orchid she pinned at her shoulder ^completed her bridal costume. ~ .-Following the ceremony a reception was held with the bride's table voverlald with a cut work cloth of -linen and centered with a tiered ' : garlanded with and greenery. ' sweetheart C . i ./The 'young couple lelt on a short ( wedding trip before returning to Blytheville to malte their home where the bridegroom is engaged In business. .The bride Is a gradtlr'j of Osce- ol« schools and attended Arkansas State • College, Jonesboro and was named "Miss Osceola" last year. : Mr. -.Hart. attended -Osceola achbols and served two years in the Army Air Corps. • • • Mrs. Graham Compliments La Nueve Club, Guests Four guests, Mrs. Toler Buchanan Mrs. Bill Hurt, Mrs. E. M. Terry, Jr., and Mrs. Lynn Hughes were entertained, last night with members of La Nueve at the home of Mrs, Bernard Graham. In the games," Mrs. Hurt von high, and Mrs. Newell . Jerome second. .At thft conclusion of the games the hostus served a salad plate. * » • - s Tri-Town Club, Guests Play Bridge At Farr Home Mrs.. Russell H. Farr was hostess to members and/guests of Tri-Town Bridg* Club yesterday afternoon' at -her home. Guests attending were •Mr». Jack Ohamblln and Mrs George Hubbard, jr. In the games Mrs. James L. Brootu won high, and Mrs. James Terry, second. ' Mrs. Fan- placed arrangements o[ yellow fall flowers throughout her r home ;, At the conclusion J of the games a si«Hd plate WM served. i * * • '•Mist Brannen Conducts ' Installation Services Seventeen members and one guest, Miss Hazel Brannen, of the Friendship Sunday School Class of the I First Baptist Church met last night ; at the home of Mrs. Forrest Moore ;for a business, meeting and an in- iatallatlon of officers ceremony. ;-• The devotional, "Being Faithful," jwas given by Mrs. C. L. Evans. • Miss Brannen, serving as installation officer, installed the following: president, Mrs. Nathan Marshall; : membership, ' Mrs. Pat Chitmon; : personal ministry, Mrs. Jamas Uins- ford; stewardship, Mrs. Marvin • Razer; fellowship, Mrs. James Fish: er; secretary, Mrs. Charles Frazcr; ! assistant secretary, Mrs. Ivan Van Patten; group captains. Mrs. James McOall, Mrs. A. L. ChafUn, Mrs. Joe Freeman and Mrs. Charles Hart, social committee. Mrs. Worth Holder, Mrs. 'Foy Etchieson, and Mrs. Forrest Moore. Mrs. Evans and Miss Brannen led in prayers. In the social hour which followed games were played. Mrs. Moore served a rtessert course, coffee and iced drinks. INTERNATIONAL REPRESENTATIVE HERB—Miss Louise txjwerrc, field representative from the International Office or Beta Sigma Phi sorority, Kansas City, Mo., is In Blytheville helping Hie Alpha Alpha and Alpha Delta chapters of the sorority with joint rushing activities. She will be among those receiving around 100 prospective pledges at a. rush reception at the Hotel Noble tomorrow night. Supplies Are Needed For Cancer Cupboard By Mrs. Ilarrj- W. Unities Commander of North Mississippi County Cancer Society An urgent reminder is being mode to nil those who can contribute nid toward maintaining the now permanent dressings and loan cupboard for indigent cancer patients. People from all wnlks of life can contribute to ease the burden of this disease. Hotels and homes oan contribute linen or cotton sheets, pillow cases, napkins and lunch clothes, and white and cream colored shades. Laundries can aid by conlritiutlng all unclaimed white materials, blrdseye and flannel diapers. Stores can contribute nny white remauents suitable for dressings. Included In the needs lot the permanent .loan cupboard are beds, wheelchairs, blankets, mattresses, pillows, crutches, bed pans, back rests, Invalid cushions, bed side stools, fables and trays, radios, reading lamps and many others to help make easier the days of these patients. Kitchen utensils, dishes, food blenders, alcohol, antiseptic powder, absorbent cotton, adhesive tape, gowns, rubber sheeting ol any size, bed jackets, pajamas, pajama tops, turkish bed 'room scuffs (or men and women and many, many other sick room items. If jou can contribute in any way you are asked to contact Mfss Jane Shelton, service chairman for the North . Mississippi, -County Cancer Society and also representative of Nu Phi MU sorority which has.selec^ ted the' maintenance of the drew-, ings and loan cupboard as a "service project for this year. Won't you help? Mrs. J. O. Huey Hostess To Lone Oak H. D. Club Mrs. J. o. Huey'was hostess to members oj the Lolleoak Home Demonstration Club Monday afternoon at her home for a brier business session. The meeting was opened with the group singing "America" and R devotional offered by Mrs. Jack Robertson. Mrs. Huey read the poem. "The Bus That Brings Them Home." In (he business meeting, presided over by Mrs. Forrest Moore, the report was made that the Loneoak fair booth on handicraft ivon Ihirtl place in the judging aitrt had been awarded S75. "Planning To Build and Remodel The Home" was the chosen topic: of Mrs. Gertrude Holliman. Tiie hostess served a dessert course. ATTENTION, MERCHANTS The Junior Chamber of Commerce Would Appreciate Your Entering the liig Notional Cotton Picking Contest Parade, October 6, 2:30 p.m. Besides (he floats, 12 biff bands will make (his parade the biggest and best ever. . .ifwe have your support. Send the entry blank tjcUnv to Hox 707, Rlythoville, or call Jack Chamblin for questions. Of course, there is no entry fee. Name Address Type of Floal N'on-Comtucrcial (Check One) Description of Enfry Commercial Bits of News Condition of Mrs. Carl Clayton who was returned to lier home Monday from Memphis Baptist Hospital where she had been undergoing treatment for several days is satisfactory. Condition of Mrs. John Wagnon who was returned home Saturday from Baptist Hospital in Memphis where she had been a patient for H days Is satisfactory. Mrs. Wftg- noii was accompanied home by her sister, Mrs. R. E. Meyers, who returned to he" home In Memphis Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben W. Harpole, Jr.. and son Benny, have returned from Trenton, Tcnh., where they visited Mr. and Mrs. L. Mr. and Mrs. W, N. cmond. McDanlcl DOLL'S WARDROBE spend Monday in Memphis. Mrs. H. M. Jones has returned from Brinkley where she visited friends and relatives for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Martin and daughter, and Mrs. Rebecca Martin and daughter of Milan, Tenn., have relumed to their homes after visiting here as guests of Mrs. B. B. Wilson. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Marlin resided with Mrs. Wilson while' Mr. Martin wns" stationed at the local afrbase during the war. Mrs. L, F. Moore of Ripley, Tenn.,-. has been visiting here for (he past two weeks with her brother. J. w. ... _. ___ Slnllings, Mrs. Sellings ond .family. | B BK to Sue Burnett, Courier News, Mrs. W. T.Cnudle has been ad-1 53 ". South Wells Street, Chicago 7, mltted to Hie Methodist Hospital "" Here's an adorable set of clothes for dolly—and each item is just one piece! Delightfully easy to sew —and ftm. tool why not plan now fo surprise her on Christmas morning. This week's ABC Special. Pattern No. 8518 is for dolliis in sizes 14, to, 18 and 20 inches. See pattern for exact requirements. For this pattern, send 25 cents, in COINS, your name, address size desired, and the PATTERN NUM- Don't miss the new FASHION. The Pall and winter issue will delight you with its up-to-the-minute, easy to make frocks for 'all the family. Free gift pattern printed Inside the book. 25 cents. at Memphis for treatment.. Jimmy Lowe, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Cecil l.owe has pledged, Tail Kappa Bpsilon fraternity at Washington University, St. Louis, where he is a freslunan. The official Installation services were conducted at the Cathedral ol St. Michael and St. George Sundtiy followed by a banquet at Medart's at which time alumni speakers Including president of the St. Louis Bar Association H. P. Ossenlort spoke. Condition of W. P. McCaiin who underwent a major operation Monday at Walls Hospital is satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Macom and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Decs of Austin, Texas, are visiting here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Boone Hal). Mrs. Macom is a sister and Mrs. Dees is a niece of Mrs. Hall. Harriet Baxter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baxter of Paragould has been dismissed from the Convalescent Korne In Jacksonville where she was a polio patient. She i p *'* Medley of Slkcslon. Is now here with her grandparents. .Condition of Mrs. Mary Tarboe Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Baxter. Her w ^° nau5 been confined to her home Junior G. A.'s Meet To Elect Officers Doris Nortttciilt presided over the brief business meeting ol the Jiiii- ior O. A.'s of the No. 8 Baptist Church yesterday afternoon when they met to elect new officers for the coining year. Martha Lee Hart opened the meeting with prayer followed by the election, with the officers to be ih- italled at a Inter date. ? Miss Ruel Hatley led the dismissal WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 28, 194!) Coming Events Social Calendar Phcbean : Class of First Baptist Church meets for PolJuck supper at home of ' Mrs. : John Tyrone on Highway 61 north nt 7:30 p.m. Mrs. George Stilwcll hostess to Thursday Night Club at 30 p.m. Mrs. Dale Horn hostess to Thursday Rook Club. Avalon Bunco Club meets with Mrs. W. J. Cupples. Mrs. J. o, Huey entertains BlythevlUe Rook club. Oosnell w. s. C. S. of the Methodist Church meets at 2:30 pm FKID'AV Executive Hoard of the w. M. U. of First Baptist Church meets at home or Mrs. Marlon Williams at 2:30 p.m. Burdettc P. T. A. meets at school at 2:30 p.m. Civic Calendar llllirsdaj y Club Hotel Noble 12:10 Rotar p.m. Football; Paps there. ',• Friday vs. Jonesboro Football: Chicks vs. Little Rock, here. Six Victims of Polio Are Transferred to Convalescent Center Six small cnsualtics from the poliomyelitis epidemic that hit Mississippi County recently, have been transferred from hospitals to the Childrens Convalescent Center at Jacksonville for restorative physical therapy. The six transferred this week include: Mary Maud McRae, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. O. McRae of Yaruro; Dannv Smith. 3, son of Russell Smith;" Neta Fay Rowland, 3, daughter of R. B. Rowland, from Manila; Geneva Anderson, daughter of Mrs. Mclliida Anderson of Joiner; Klton Lofiin, .1, sou of Harold Lottin of Etowali, and perlle Mne Herd, one, Negro, from Wilson. Bobby Grimes, son of Pete Grimes of Blytheville. was discharged, and is walking with the help ol brace and temporary crutches. , Special Study Continued In W. S. C. S. Meeting The second in a series of studies on Women In the Scripture was given Monday afternoon at the regular meeting of the Lake Street W. s. C. S. Mrs. z. M. McGhce offered - the opening prayer for the 14 members present. Mrs. W. L. Green gave the devo- condition is satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. O. w. *McCutclicn, Sally McOutchen, Mrs. Georgia Bailey, and Mrs. Audrennel Freeman have returned from a three weeks visit In Hollywood, Calif., where they attended the National Motion Picture Committee Convention at the Ambassador Hotel. They were joined en route to Hollywood by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Logan of Charleston, Mo., nnd Mr. and Mrs. for several days with a severe cold is satisfactory. Mrs. William C. Chattel! of Springfield, Mo., is spending this week here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Morriston. Condition of Mrs. o. S. Rollison who was dismissed from Blytheville Kospltal yesterday afternoon where she had beeii confined since Monday \vith injuries from an automobile accident Is satisfactory. $8900 Fui'- Trimmed Broadcloth by Hoot Lass Bonnie The ideal dress-up coat, lavishly bordered with stlvery- muskrat for real versatility! The flattering tunnel collar can be opened out flat with the lie uted as a waist-cinching belt. And the back yok« detail is new loo'. In richFatlshades of ivine, forest, black, grey, dacia, brown. Sizes 10 to 18. The NEW YORK Store a thought. Mrs. Green also conducted the study, "Sharing The Blessings of The Home." Mrs. Billy King, president, pre- ided over the business session. Mrs. J. W. Matoney dismissed the group with prayer. IIAYTI BETA SIGMA PHI KITlM'^-Hayti's Delta Rho Chapter of Beta Sigma Pht is pictured above shortly after receiving the Ritual of Jewels Degree last week. The ceremony was conducted by Eleanor Hahn, past president of the Rikeston Beta Sigma chapter. Members receiving the Ritual of Jewels Degree were Mrs. John Adams, Mrs. Naoh Barkovltz, Miss Mnxine Brooks, Mrs. James Burgess, Mfss Freda no*e Cralfon. Mrs. Norris Ingle, Mrs. W. A. Joplm, Jr. Mrs. Hcrshel Kelley. Mrs. Angela Mouhalis, jr., Mrs c m Reed, fit, Aliss Lydia Slentz, Mrs. Harvey Slcntz, III, Mrs. Lonora-Smltii, and Mrs..John M. Trainoi Two other members, Mrs. Willard Garrett and Miss Betty Ann Chism, have completed the necessary work ant will be initiated later, having been out'ol town Monday. Calvary Circle Meets livestock In James Ram bo Home Mrs. James Rambo was hostess to !2 members of Circle Two of Calvary Baptist Church Monday afternoon at her home. Mrs. J. W. Tomllnson opened the meeting with prayer with Mrs. H. J. Fotidrcn offering the devotional which was taken from Proverbs. 2?tli chapter. Mrs. J. E. England presided 'over the program. "The Life of The Cooperative Program." Assisting Mrs. England were Mrs. Henry McCain, Mrs. M. E. Attaway and Mrs. Ncal Guerian. Mrs. McCain dismissed the group \vi(h prayer. The hostess served refreshments. At The Hospitals Illyllinille Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. O. S. Rollison, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. M. E. Kifer and baby, Holland ; Barbara Lane Hensley, Slecle Last year military hospital pa- licnt ttendance at Red Cross movie showings totalled 1,738,000. In Japan today 159 Red Cross field workers are serving occupation troops at 31 military posts and H hospitals. - NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, III., Sept. 28. (AP)—'(USDA)—Hogs 8,500; barren's and gilts mostly steady with Tuesday's average witli some weakness late, particularly on 180193 Ib weights; sows steady to 25 higher; bulk good and choice 200250 Ibs 20.00 to ntcstly 20.25; top 20.25 but late sales 20.00; odd lots 263-3CO Ihs 19.03-20.00; 180-100 Ibs 19.25-75; fen' to 20.00; 140-170 Ibs 17.50-10.25; lighter weights scarce; few medium and good 100-130 Ib pigs 15.CO-17.25; around 90 Ibs 14.- CO; good sons 400 Ibs down 175018.75;; heavier sows 15.1517.50; stag's 12,00-1450. CatSle 3.500; calves H.OO; one load choice yearling type steers stciirty at 31.00; balance of offering mostly common and medium and meeting limited inquiry; heifers and mixed yearlings also slow and showing Refresh... Add Zest To The Hour weak undertone: little done on bceJ cows: ranners and cutters openm° steady; largely 11.00-U.CO: bulls steady; medium and good 1550-n- 00; few 17.25; cutter and common bulls 14.00-15.00; vcalers 1.00 higher good and choice 27.00-32.00; common and medium 17.00-2G.OO. Southernmost ed Cross field director's office in the U.S. Is at the Key West, Pla., naval base. Most northerly, that at the Dow air force base, Bangor, Maine'. ' Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 Sliow Slants 2:00 A:UU a.m. 12:-15 |).m J:3l> p.cb I.1STKN to KI.GN t : Last Time Today Streets of «ilh MiicDonabl Uai-cr'•".-' and William Holllcu / Selected Short Subjects Continuous Slmwing Kveryilaj Thursday & Friday MftBLYTH QMK/RTZG8WD Paramount News & Sborls Continuous Snmving Every l> titkfor It either way . .. both trade-marks mean the same thing. IOTHIO UNDtR AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COIA COrtrANY Coca-CoU BottHni C«. •( Nylhcvllto F. T?>« C«o-Coie Ce Sliuw Starts 7:00 Kn\ OlTicc L)|u*ns 6:45 Opens Sumhij 1:00;. Starts 1:15 Continuous Shuus Sat i Sutx Barsain Night t:\crj N'ight f.xccpl Saturday No passes (HimtrtMi on Suncfo; at Iloxj Theatre Last Time Today Body and Soul with John Garficlcl ami Lill: Palmer Selected Sliorl Subjects Thursday & Friday Wails of Jericho Unusual Gifts Distinctive Curtains Sec Them at the Linen & Curtain Shop '••-So. First Phme 815 RENT A CAR Drive Anywhere Von PI case Simpson OH Co. Phone 937

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