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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 3, 1949
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FOUR BLYTHEVrLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Stella Cain, Wilson Bohaning Exchange Vovys MLw Stella Cain became. Hie bride of Wilson Bohanlng Saturday mornlii? at 9 a.m. at fhe.Qos- nell Mclliodtst Church with the .Rev".'. Lee. .Anderson officiating. The ' ceremony. was read before ^relatives and (riends of the young couple. Mrs. Lee 'Anderson presented a program of nuptial music which included tlie tradition .wedding songs, with the Rev. G. G. -Anderson of the Black Oak Church presenting vocal selections,'J'Su'nshlnc of Your Smile" and "I:Love You Truly/' Miss CamilH Griffin attending »s Maid of Honor and only attendant chose. a .light blue guda lahdre frock fashioned with an emphasized waist -and full skirt. She chose black accessories and pinned a corsage 'of pink, carnations-- at her shoulder. Tlie rjrlde.wore a navy blue crepe strectlenght dre's. 1 ; with navy blue shoes with other accessories in gray. Her dress, which featured the pencil- slim skirt, had matching lace Insertions with'a bow neckline. Her bridal flower was a white orchid Mrs. 'Cain: chose, for the occasion, a green crepe frock with black accessories, i.with Vrs. Bohaning attired In a black gown with black accessories and a single strand of pearls, Herbert Cliilds served as best man. Immediately following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Bohaning left on a wedding trip to Lake Norfolk before returning here to make tlieir home. Coming Events Civic Calendar Monday %Vesleyan Service Guild meek at the. home of Mrs. -Vance Henderson. 119 Missouri Street, at 8 p.m. Wesleyan Service Guild of First Methodist Chiirch meets at home of Mrs. Vance Henderson, 119 Missouri at 8 pm Tuesday Y M Birthday Club mecls with Mrs.- Edith Epperson at 7 p.m. Half Moon 'W.S.C.S.- meets with Mrs.' Leslie Pe.eples In Dell. Spaghetti supper 1 sponsored by the o Sudbury ,PTA at Surtbury School from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Jesse M. White hostess to Club Eight La Nueve meets 'vlth Mrs. Lynn Hughes. Mrs. Gene Tea ford hostess to Trl- TO^TI Club. Wednesday VfesVejan Guild ot Promised Land Methodist ChiU'ch Annual Harvest Supper at School at 7 p m Baptist WMTJ business meeting at church at 2 30 p m The m Isslona ryV Stii dy • Grot! p" of the Womens Council of the First Ch'rtstfttn Church ---meets at^ the home of Mrs Ben Harpole with Mrs. \FTeeman Robinson co-hostess. Calvary. Y.W.A. -meete at Calvary Baptist Church. .Lake Street W.r.C.5. meets at Church at 2:30 p.m. \Vdmens Executive Board of First Presbyterian Church meets at 2:30 at church. Mrs. Johnson Blackwell hostess to OFO Club C. B. C. Club meets at home of Mrs., R. A. Copeland on North Franklin. Nnzarene Foreign Missionary So clety meet" it Church at 2 30 pm Thursday MM. J. C Ellis hostess-to Ocette Club'at her Barfleld -Home: Itfrs. Leon Schercr" hostess '•'. to Thursday Fook Olub. Avalon Bunco Club .meets with Mrs. Bill Oilbow. iThvrsrtfy Ni"ht Cluh entertained at the homo of t.Srs. Burks : Darker. Mrs. Carlos Deal compliments TN Cli b, Gojmell W.S.C.S. meets at Church at 2:30 p.m. Friday Dorcas Class of First Baptist Church at 2:30 p.m. '-with' Mrs. E. M. Eston and Mrs .Victoria Gilbert hostesses. Civic Calendar . Junior Chamber of.' Commerce Board 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Lions Club, Hol»' Noble, 12:15 p.m. American ' egion A>'X'l1«vy 8 p.m American I>eion 8 p.m. Wednesday Khvanis Club, Hotel Noble. 12:10 p.m. Thursday "King Cotton Days" Cotton Picking Contest Parad 2:30 p.m. Street Dances 8 p.m. Rotary Ctu\ Hotel Noble, 12:10 p.m. , I'O.OTBALL: Paps vs. Memphis Snowden SMART NEW LINES Sue Buinctt Here's your favorite costume tor winter wear—a delightfully young jumper with wide shoulders and featuring the popular oversize pockets, wear with it, (he tiny col- iarcd boluse. Pattern No. 8521 is a sew-rlte perforated pattern for sizes 12, 14, 18, 18, 20; 40 and 42. Size 14. jumper, yards of 39-inch; blouse, long, sleeves, 2 yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, scud 25 cents !n~COINS, your name, address, size desired and the PATTERN NUMBER to sue Burnett, Courier News, 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 7, 111 Send 25 cents today for the new Fall and Winter FASHION. 64 pages o( smart new. styles, special fca- -ures. Free -pattern, printed inside lie - book. Spaghetti Supper Planned By Sudbury PTA Group Tuesday night from 5:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.- there \vill be a spaghetti supper complete with rolls, coffee ind cake. . Proceeds from the supper which s being sponsored by the Sudbury Parent Teachers Association, will ie used .to further the plans of -he group for the Sudbury School, Mrs: 1 Fred Saliba is chairman for he event and may be contacted for tickets. FxeCut/ve Board Meets In Williams Home ^_- Mrs. Marion Williams was hostess o 17 members of the' Executive Board of tlie W. M. U. of the First Baptist Church Friday afternoon at icr home. Mrs. E. C. Brown led the opening irayer with Mrs. Williams giving the Icvotionnl taken from the Book of Exodus. Reports were made from various officers and committees on .their- vork. Mr.v.R: E. Blaylock -offered the n ver of dismissal. Mrs! /Williams served cake and coffee. Bits of News At The Hospitals Tllylhcvllln Hospital Dismissed ?*-«. 1,'slfr CeHI, Steele Milly Jo Tomlih;'Cooler Mrs. fiMirlic Chlsm a:lri baby, Hornesvnle '•••K- J. A. Bevins and baby. Cooler >r s William Wilson and baby, Ben Lee, City TMly Harris. Manila Mrs. Paul Kimr. ITavti \V;'.C. Ni v 'on. Prescott Walls Hospilal Dismissed ^'••s. Henry Thohipson and babv. City Mrs. J. R. naylc. ,->"d baby, Stcclc W. F. MeCanri. City Imcwnc Doran. nt. 3 Mrs. Kmlix- Dfcnntor. RlpK, Miss. Mrs. J. M. Shelton, Holly Springs. Miss. Don Edwards, left today for Chicago, III., where he will attend the Stationers' Convention and will also be a guest at the 50th wedding anniversary celebration of James • P. Ward at the Edgewater eBach Hotel. Mr. Ward is vice-president, of the Shipman-Ward Company. Mr, Edwards will return the-latter part of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Roy McOuire and Mrs. Irnm Cummings and son of Dyersburg, Terin., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gargts and Mrs. Pearl Mitchell of Blythcvllle yesterday.* Jean .- Sawyers and Miss Joyce Reid of Blythcville had as their guests yesterday Dennis Campbell and Adls Sartain of Memphis. Charles Ingram of Memphis was the week-end guest of his aunt Mrs. J. H. Elkins. Mr. Ingram Ls a student in the School of Dentistry at the University of -Tennessee, Mem- Phis. Miss Margery Bevill, Miss Mary Louise Wagnon and Mr. and Mrs. John Wagnon spent yesterday in Paris, Tennessee. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace S. Hokc announce the birth of a daughter Friday at Memphis Methodist Hospital. She has been named Carol Nixon. Mrs. Hoke Ls the former Miss Mildred Lou Hubbard. J. Neal Gesell of Lakeland, Fla., arrived this morning for a visit'wlth Mrs. Gesell and family. Miss Sophie Meyers spent Sunday and today . in Memphis visiting friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest French spent the week-end In Hardy, Arkansas visiting relatives. Condition of Joe T. Hughes who recently underwent a major operation in a New York Hospital Ls satisfactory. Mr. Hushes is now at his home. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Denton of Knoxville, Tenn., were, the week-end guests ol Mr. and C. W. Eastern. .Mrs. Marcus Gain'es and family and Tommy Young Spent the weekend in Mayfield, Ky., as guests of Mrs. Galnes and -Tommy's parents, Mr.; and Mrs. J. H. • Young, and family. -.. Hobby Coleman,' Bobby Turner, ~»i wni-b^Mp 1 -, i*-*- t'^.^ne Owens, all students at Arkansas r l ate College. Jonesboro, were llie' weekend guests ol their parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ferguson and children, Teresa and John Owens, of Melbourne, Ark,, ivcre the v.-eck- cnd gucsls of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Owens. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wahl had as their weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. James Rlggs , of Evarisvllle, Inri. The group attended the Mid-South Fair and the International Jersey Sale. They.were Joined In Memphis by. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Altoff. also of Evansvlllc, who came especially to.attend the Jersey Sale at which the Altoff herd was shown. Mrs. Riggs and Mrs. Altoff are cousins of Mr. Wahl. • . Dick Williams and Bill Hamilton, students at Southwestern, Memphis, were weekend guests of their 'pcr- ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Williams and Mrs. Anne Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. E. Harold Shuford, of Hickory, N.C., left this afternoon for their home after spending the weekend here as gi'ests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Haines. Condition ot Michael Ashley, son of Mr, and Mrs. G. G. Ashley, who was recently Injured and has now been dismissed from Blythcvllle Hospital, is satisfactory. Condition of Mrs. W. T. Caudle, who underwent a major operation' Friday at Memphis Methodist Hospital, Is satisfactory. MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1949 V/esleyan Guild Plans Annual Harvest Supper The annual Harvest Supper sponsored J).v the Wesle.van Guild of the Promised Lund Methodist Church will be held at the Promised Lr>nd School Wednesday will begin at p.m. School, Here, 8 p.m Friday Cottor- Picking Contest, 10 a.m FOOTBALL: Chicks vs. Pine Bluff, here, 8 p.m. SPECIAL this week! Reg. $15 Cold Ware $10 Reg. $10 Cold Wave 6.50 Reg. $7.50 Cold Wave 5,00 Reg. $1 Shampoo & Set 75c Reg. 75c Hair Shaping ..... 50.c MAX'S BEAUTY SHOP 818 Lake St. Phone 6347 If your condition has been diagnosed by a pliysici»n'as bronchial ASTHMA, \ve are sure you will be interested in this product. Sold on a 10 day Money Ucfiind Agfccmenf. KIRBY BROS. DRUG CO. • : ; • —Courier News Phuto - - PLAN OSCEOLA- SOUOIUTV GIIAI'TIiIt-Ten from Osccola were guests of the Blytheville City Council of Beta Si S mn Phi rush reception last week, and this'week are laying plans to establish a chapter in Osceola. They are working w'ith Miss Louise Lbwerre, field'representative from.'the Kansas Clty,--Mo r iri- icrnationil office, on the cl.aptci The chapter mil have us its sponsors the Alpha Alpha and the Alpha Delta Clnptcrsof HlUhculte Those helping toimul-ue pi ins nbtne include: (left to right) Frpnt row-Mrs John t d PhllUps Mis M.delme Allen Miss Adell Hook Mrs Chailcs Wiygul, Miss Inez Henderson and Mrs. L O GHzlcr Standing-Miss Loueiie Ml^b Jic^e Millican Mrs.'Ralph Wilson, Miss Rose Wilkins and Miss F\i Gemgc • .•>. . TO CONCLUDE HUSH ACTIVITIES-Tlie Blythciille Citj Council of Beffsigma Phi sorority will conclude the fall rushing program tomorrow night ivith n ritual of jewels for the membeis ind mlt.atlon and recept.on for the pledges. Members will assemble at 7 pm at ths. Hotel Noble and -Mil be joined bv the Pledges an hour later. Tlie council members pictured abme aic. (left to iighl) Mis. T H caraway presi dent of the. Alpha Delta chapter; Mrs. Frances Gam mill p.csident of the Alpha Alpha chapter Mrs Randall; Hawks, representative of the Alpha Alpha chaplc., M,s J N Smotheimon president of the council and Mrs. K.'J. .Mon;ls, representative of the Alpha Delta Chapter The group directed a rush reception at ended by- about. 100 members and guests, "Unusday night nrm will participate m the Initiation activities tomorrow nlght.^hen-the two chapters have muted the Hijtl %ro chaptei to be their guesfat a i tion. The two clmptere are conducting a Joint riislnng progum for the first time this year • —Courier r>ews fhato Mode! Asrplane Builders Delay Contest One Week \ Inclement weather caused the First Annual Model Airplane Contest to be conducted by the Blytheville Knucklebusters to be postponed,'and next Sunday has been set s the date for the contest.-. •-' The meet was, scheduled to begin 1 at JO a.m. yesterday, but now is to" start-at 10 a.m. next Sunday Instead.. ,. The awarding of the first Cecil Wroten Memorial Trophy will highlight the contest, it will be awarded by the BlythevilleiLlons Club lo the contestant with the highest accum- ulative points. Tile competition will be for novice, jiinior and senior" entrants vsith clcmonstritions only shown by we In the open musion or over 21, years of age ,- .pas.irce Illjht; rubber powered and control Imp slunl competitions have Men .jjj a filled,-. . Whistler's''Grandmother? , .yPPr'-.R DARBY, Va., Oct. 3 -i/P) '—You know the one about the wolf and Little Red Riding Hood's 1 grandmother, 'well, here's the sc-f quel. An upper Darby beauty parlor j posted a sign telling male passersby: I "Don't whisle at.any girl leaving' here—it might be your grandmother." ' Drafts and notes differ 15 that .the lormer Is a written order to pay; the latter 4°.. piy a written promise *' WE, THE WOMEN » By Buth Mlllett, NBA Stiff VTrilfi American Gals Have to Play Dumb to Snare Slow Mate . More than half the men qucs-+ Honed In a recent poll claimed they wanted wives more Intelligent than themselves. That poll, I hasten to add, was taken in France. American men NEVER marry wqnion more Intelligent than they arc—not if they know it. And they never know it, due to a little game American women play. In America there is an unwritten law that the man has to be the more intelligent. If he actually is—it's simple. But when he's not, the girl who wants to make him fall in love with her has to keep him from suspecting the awful truth. ' She has to pretend to be less bright than he is. And she has to make him look brighter than he is This may wear on her at limes, like when she has to listen to him explain something to her she could better explain to film. NKBD SflMK ACTING But it isn't a difficult leal at all. The girl asks questions, instead of answering them. Slic asks advice she doesn't need. She says "What do yoo think?" instead of parading her own opinions. She manages with wide-eyed admiration to make him think she is only bright enough to appreciate his superior wisdom Thanks to this little game American women are willing to play In order to get husbands, American men never—so far as they know- marry women who are more intelli- ient than they are. They not only don't.prefer wives Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS III Oct. 3— (»)— IUSPA1— Hogs 10 000-' market 25-50 cents' lower than Friday's average; barely active at de- c ' m ,<-: bulk good, and choice 200- 2501bs barrows and gilts 1925-50- top 19.50; heavier weights very scarce; odd head small lots 260-300 Ibs 18.00-19.25-, mostly 180-190 Ibs 18.75-19.25; HO-I70 Ibs 17-00-18 75- very few lighter weights on sale' few 100-130 Ibs pigs 1-1,50-1675- good sows 400 Ibs down 16.75-17.75; heavier weights H. 75-16.25- mostly 15.00 up; stags 12.00-14.50. Cattle, 9.00D; calves, 1,1700; opening trade.confined, to a few loads of good steers at 25.00-29.00; these about steady; some heifers and mixed jearlmgs opening steady, but action lacking o n common and medium kinds; good 870-lb heifers >;> oo co\\s opening about stendj hut slow; common, and medium beef cows 13.75-14.50; a few. good cows '15.00; '• canners and cutters 10:50-13.75. Molokal, (he leper colony in the, Hawaiian Islands, is supported bv the US sy reux CAR* U r e never get llred telling you about the iiiiinzin? values ive have in our store. For refrigerators, ranges, washers, antl all other appliances, come lo us. "Resorting is just an expensive way for tired people to grow more tired," lays Hannah, iLUl^aHj PVONFR63 CXPfKTKADtO SMfSAND SfBVK£ I BLYTHEVILLE SALES CO. 61 138 E.HAIN ST. BIYTHEVIHC aRK^. PHOHE 36ie Hillbilly Jamboree, & Dance LEGION ARENA SAT. OCT. 8 wild SKIP SKIPPER and All the Boys —-featuring— Miss Sally Carter and Cicero Carter Those Who Like (o Square Dance Are Cordially Inviled!. Adm. Adults 75c — Children 25c This Adm. Includes Both Show & Dance In England It's the Chemist Shop In France It's the Apothecary Shop In Blytheville It's BARNEY'S DRUG STORE For Expert Prescription Service vlio are smarter than they are- they wouldn't have one on a bet ' Fortunately most Intelliginfotrl*'' are- smart ftiougli to know thltf and perfectly willing to play Tils Game. There must be lots'of men In this country married to girls who' arc more Intelligent than they are— but have you ever known a man who admitted that he 'vas? or \eavd a young man say, "When I all in love it's going to be with a ;irl who Is smarter than I am"? T t douldn't happen here. : , FOR SALE 1 CONCRETE CULVERT TILE Costs you less yet lasts longer than any oilier bridge material. Sizes 8-10-12-15-18-ZI-21-27-30. 36 inches. CONCRETE SEWER TILE Sizes 1-0-8 Inchei CONCRETE SEPTIC TANKS • Best I'ricts • We Deliver A. H. WEBB Highway 61 »t Stalt Line I'lione 714 . Unusual Gifts Distinctive Curtains See Them at th« .Linen & Curtain Shop. '«« So. First Phon« 815 Show Starts 7:00 Boi Office Opens 6:4S ' Opens Sunday 1:00; SUrtl 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat & Sun. Bargain Nighl Everj Night Except Saturday ; 'No parses honored on Sunday at Roxy Theatre • •-••' v i Last.Time Today [DOUBLE FEATURE) ,.*', Street With No Name ivith Mark Stevens and Barbara Lawrence • The Big Fight \vUh JOB Kirkwood and Leon Etrol Fox News " . Met. Short—"Meet Klnf Joe.- - Thi.s _ story was wrUlen by I)A George S. Benson, president of Harding College,- Scarcy, Ark. Tuesday and Wednesday !\ ti J ml THIATRI BY REFRIGERATION Continuous Shows Bos Office Opens t -.45 Show Starts 2:(l(l 1:00 a.m. 1^:-1;> p.rn 4:3U p.m. LISTEN. TO ai.CH • Last Time Today Rope of Sand with Burl Lancaster nml I'iuil ilciirird I'liramnunt Nc»s i- Shoils Continuous Showing ' Cver;di7 Tuesday Also *ihnrl Continuous Shovint; Everyday \

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