The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 16, 1949 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 16, 1949
Page 7
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SEPTEMBER 16, 1949 AKKT COUSIE* NEWS Jane Sheltou, Society Editor Dance Last Night Honors Thursday Supper Club Mr and Mrs. George Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hays and Mr. and Mrs Paul Pryor were hosts and hosuuises to approximately 65 members and guests of the Thursday Supper Club last night at the American Legion Hut. Quests lor the affair included Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seay, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Haralson, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Henley, Mr. and Mis, Jack Pinky Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. John Caudill, Mr. and Mrs. J. w, Adams, Jr. .and Mr. and Mrs. Hadly Hays. The buffet supper was served Irom tables overlaid with white sloths and centered at intervals »'tth arrangements of asters and * II flowers. • • • Mrs. McCalla Honors Thursday Luncheon Club Mrs. Harman Taylor was guest yesterday when Mrs. Fan-Is McCalla entertained the Thursday Luncheon Club at Hotel Noble The serving- table from which the two-course luncheon was served was overlaid with a white cloth and centered wilh an arrangement of pink «nd purple assorted fait flowers. In the games, Mrs. Sanford Boone won high, with Mrs. Bill Pease winning second. • * • Mrs. Webb Complimented At Shower Wednesday Mrs John Cook and Mrs. Harold Hamilton were . hostesses to ten guests Wednesday afternoon at the Cook home with a layette shower In compliment to Mrs. Ellis Webb. Decorations of the home modified the pink and blue motif. fn the games prizes were awarded Mrs. Glen Mitchell. Mrs. Curtis Freeman and Mrs. Harry Wheat. Pink and blue refreshments were served In compliment to the chosen colors. Mrs. Elkins Compliments Rook Club MARRlED-Jta. GelaM ffl before her marriage Wednesday Miss fiances Field daughter of M •nd Nirs. J. J. Field. The double ring ceremony was ead at , D m '^^"t^e^dt.!^^ Executive Board for Girl Scouts Plans Activities or Coming Year Brs of News T 's. ij. Q. Nash have re turned frii West Point, Miss. Mr. and Mis. Louis Trowbrldge and famill of St. Louis will » r rivi today to U the week-end guests o Mrs. Trow^idge's parents, Mr. and Mrs. w. EfcBuchanan. Mr. and turned hon euests of . and familj Mrs. Dai ter. Miss A nesday In and Mrs. O. J, Rogers returned hoi today from Jonesboro where theij spent several days as and Mrs. Guy Rogers n McLeod and dangh- i McLeod, spent Wed- niphls as guests o! Mr IVi-ren Pyre and family Miss Polly|Wi]son left Thursday for St. Lonistvhere she will be con nected with Barnes Hospital Mr. and i^s. A. B. Henry and daughter, fomerly of Blytheville who have bcei making their home for the past bo years In Colorado Springs, Colo.! have returned here to make their Mr. and Mrs. Kennctt annoi daughter last i r „„„,., wllo is their first cl|d, has been named ome. ohn Tom Reeder of ce the birth of a 'ht. The baby, who J's. Reeder is Ihe ilhy.Millc r. Bison will spend a Tcri-ie Mac. former Miss Di Dr. J p Bi• " J j-^jj.. 11.11 a|j(..]i(i week in Chlea i where he will cL special studies '* Chicago Clinic- Mrs. Brownson all spend the week with her sister. l*s. Albert McCami n Crystal Lake, hi. They will 'return Monday. Set. 26. ":oy Harp* of St. L.UUIS nas LO spend Wcral days here " f '""• — •"— Mrs. A. M Miss Nancy Ptlow will leave Sunday for the diversity of Alabama, Tuscaloosa Mrs. O. O. Elkins was hostess to members of the Blytheville Rook Club yesterday afternoon at lier home. In the rook games, Mrs. R 4 Copeland won high. Mrs. Elva Poe second with Mrs. Roy Head rooko Fall flowers arranged in pottery jases were used throughout the entertaining rooms. The hostess served a dessert course. • * • Thursday Rook Club F.eted By Mrs. Neville Blakemore iday Rook club met yesterday at the home of Mrs. Neville Blakemore for the weekly meeting, »ith two guests present, Mrs Eugene Brown and Mrs. H. c. Blank- «nsnip. • In the games Mrs. Dale Horn won ?^h m ° re SBrvcd S !' i " li5il to the guests. • • • Club, New Member At Shamblin Home The executive board of the Lone* . Troop Association for Blytheville Girl Scouts last night outlined a program for the association this year, and announced plans for a cookie sale, tea, and an open house lor the newly-decorated "Little House" during the District Fair. Mrs. Glenn o. Ladd, president said that the board last night discussed budget requirements for the fo lowing year, and that a cookie sale was planned for the near future to offset, a depleted treasury. Funds for the organization are piouded through the Community ~ s-tss-j the h y a he boaid had set September 24 as rep istration day, and that girls between ages of seven and 14 should ' - '- the s ist Church. She explained that old members would be required , thod to register to remain and that new m register then. "Little House." .„„„„,, to carry put the Girl Scout £ 0 J S *?. nle ' .*•"' te °P=n for two V.F.W. in Steele Sponsors Presentation of Drama "The Light Eternal-, a religions drama, will be staged in steel e Mo again tonight, after the first performance last night, under the sponsorship of the V.F.W.' ing the play, which starts ie typical boy and girl will be selected and awarded prizes The production Is being directed by MM Shirlee stela ;t United Production.? representative, and Conrad Frame Is general chairman for rf Y, P ' W - Ml ' 5 - Winston Brown and Mrs. Irene Johnson are choir directors. Those participating are: Harbcrt Hud.sens, John Turner Frame Joan Kay Frame, Hcbart Potect, Howard Graham, Clarence and Beit Poteet Ernest Huise.v. Lester g e e »"' v rn n H f E ' 1 Wo °<ison have icturncd from PcAy. Ga they spent severai " rM,r«^r^: Raymond Till of Laftria' Texas S^u^or^S "' PRINCESS LINES Blythcvillc Council of Church Women To Hear Former Missionary in Japan Mis. Luella M. Crewdson, wife of r ~" Ira D. Cicwdson, who Is slate secretary ro,- i| 1(J Christian Church will speak to the Blytheville Council of church women at 7;30 pm tomorrow at the First Methodist Church. Mrs. Ciwvd 18 By Sue Burnett »ain in the troop ™ THulsi * I-eaLcr Vaughn icmbers could also) " Jo " cs ' Robert Oitchell. Harry Burden. Leslie Barren and Wade Kollenbeck. Charles George, LoU Smith. Grace Frame, Emma Jean Hinchey, Mary sad said n - , "J. ' !ls f ™ n »"'ion Mrs. Ladd that the board last night "™ 50 ' Joanne Dates. Jo Ann Graham Mr. and Mrs G V Daw and Mrs. .O. o. Elkfns Sr • «,« i , \ -member of the uunme a new Bunco Club XTrc Tint. Tl- I.- -,-I--~" iliJl. iwrs. BUSS Kcttinger. low. plate and iced drinks. * 5alldwlch * « * At The Hospitals Dismisse™ 1 """' Ho5piUI ' Martin Joncs. City Walls Hnspilal Dismissed: Cify 15 *' P ' Chfl * CM . a »d baby, Mrs. Bill McClure City c £p. Wilbur Ashmore and baby, ^S'^P? 11 ^ ™* "^y. Ca- The annual tea is scheduled to be ' s conducted the last week in October, and tentative plans call for all past scout lenders to be honored in announcing p, ans for enc ° rac f. three Brownie lcaderl°"a]!d "t leaders at, both Sudbury and Lanee 3™x^^ h rr£ Mrs Marriage Liceneses rrLc r 1 •uf rf lccn mLd!!" Robert Morris of Mar.,ten. Mo Mo U '' rutbcrsvllle, Mo t cj Mr, Jamps 0 . Bi , no| , and bnbj , vena Roch^^-both'of Mani," . . . ' Carroll Fmnklin OIKson to Miss Antonio Santos'and Mi=s Gcne- $250 IN PRIZES l Be Offered This Year in the Clothing From Cotton Bags Contest Held in Connection with the Notional Cotton Pickng Contest Prize winning garments will be modeled at nie Cotton Pick- Ing Contest on October 7 and all garments entered" must be made from cotton bags. VAN JOHNSON GLIIU KHJDul UlfM UIL-IM HUE SCIMO P1«b,CH»FtlES SCHfltt Dittcw by ROY ROWLAND • p^crf by HARRY RAPf - MEIfiO-GOLOWYN MAYEd PICfURE Write for details and entry blank to Clothing From Cotton Bags Contest, p. o. Box 618, Blytheville. But enter now! x Paramount News & Selected Shorts Continuous Showing Sunday 1:15-11:00 Here's a stunning date frock for juniors that's fun to sew—a sliin- nnig princess style that shows off a youthful figure to perfection sunburst darts nip In your waist to practically nothing Paiern No. 8512 is a sew-rile uer- 'oratcd pattern for sizes 9, II, 12 2. 14 ,15. 16 and 18. Size 11 4 •ards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 25 cents n COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News '30 South wells Street, Chicligo ?! This Fall and Winter FASHION s a complete guide In planning a vearable fall wardrobe. Ne'w-exclt- ng-informative. Free -pattern rlnted Inside the book, 25 cents lo.. as guests of her mother. Mrs laude Grady, while their home nt 301 West Walnut is being remod- led. Mrs. Junior Frazlcr and son Butch ol Porlagcville, Mo., and, Mrs. Neville Blakemore are spending today In Memphis. Miss Betty Black left Wednesday Jor Vanderbllt University where she will be a senior. Miss Black was motored to Nashville by her mother Mrs. F. E. Black and Mrs. R. C Allen. Mrs. Allen visited her son R. C. Allen, Jr. --. ~,w«uov,u will rcinnln In Blythovlllc over Sunday, when she will present, a picture program of "ft I" Japan at the First Christian Chinch ui 7 p.,,,. Mrs. crccison anri her husband were missionaries In Japan for lo years, and she is now staff member of the Arkansas Christian Missionary Society, Division of Home Missions of (lie Christian Chinch. Much or her work now Is concerned with meeting with various enurch groups and informing them of developments in the Pin- East and the outlook for Christianity. The speaker, who Is an ordained in ulster, illustrates her talks with color, n,,d art displays. She Is a graduate of the School of Oriental Languages and culture at, Tokyo Japan, and lm- [rainjnj h, i'[ lc Uinleei States Includes: Hiram College Butler college of Missions; Murtle., at Am) A ,. bo| . Mlc , Vale Universities. Mrs. Crivdson who has been an nstruclor of Pacific Relations, Is i Y.W.C.A. counselor; a memoer of tlie executive boards of the Stuto Councils of Church Women. Inlernallomil Relations Faculty: and a member of the Washington Seminar of World Affairs, LUXORA NEWS Mrs. G. C. Driver Parents and Teachers Hold Initial Meeting The Luxora Parent Teachers As- iociatlon imd their first meeting for :he 1319-50 year at the school cafe- leria Wednesday afternoon. Sixly- tlirce members and visitors were ^resent. Mrs. A. B, Rozelle. president presided over the business meeting with reports given by various eom- mttce chairmen. Budget for the year was prcsent- d and unproved. Group singlny was cd by Mrs. John Bowcn, and Mrs «. P. Worslcy gave the Inspirational ncssagc. Vcinon Jnmes, school principal Bavc a talk on "New Trends ol reaching." Attendance records were ran by the Fifth grade in the Icmentary school, and the Ninth Grade in the high £ ,hool. The •Eleventh and Twelfth Grade mo- hcrs were hostesses for the nicel- "B.. serving cold drinks and cakes t the conclusion of the program. W. M..U. Meet* The W.M.U. of the First, Baptist Church met Monday for their Dixie nckson Day of pnycr whose funds o to the State Mission piogitm Irs. Walter Wood wi s In Uiaigc of PAGE All Day Meeting Htld At New Liberty Church "State Mission Needs" wu th» topic of (he W. M. U. of the New Liberty Baptist Church at their all day meeting Tuesday at the church Jor a "Season of Prayer Jor Mi»- slon Needs." ^^ The devotional and opening pray. or was giver, by Mrs! Max Kwnce followed by the group slngm* of ?.' " WMk fW the Those participating on the cS°" £1!" Pr ° en " n wer * « CleMon Eubanks, Mrs. Tollle Peterson, Mrs. B. T. Ladner, Mrs. p. S. Parker, Mrs. S. H. Bevill Mrs Clyde Webb. Mrs. Charlie Hlcka' K™' n °J' !I ° lrtcr ' Mrs - » Koonc-c. and Mrs. J. p Poltowl,,, an ofTering for *. M" S """ 3 snorfc b^iness se«- P«yer' e " S *" dlsn > ls *d wWl "ays Sullivan with the follovliw •Wlmucd by the president M",' .id .Shearm to be Installed .t L ", "* ° f Sc P tel "^ Mth. i™ " dsc A (anii finance; Mrs. c. D Long. Miss venia McKown ind M , S n yi< !" Holder - Membership; MI.S. Charles Hicks, Mr i, v ial; Mrs. Clexton Eubanks, Mri B. Shaw, Mrs. U H Autrv y. Spirit- , . and M,s. Murray McH Yon Think." Mrs. E . c . skcc|l the nioniliiB session devotional, and Mrs. Wood gave the alicrnoon de- votioiial A delicious |,,,u-h was CM "°° n U '" C lo lllo!>c '"' cs - l.Ol'lll., hm «") J" nlchard5() n returned home. Wednesday from a trip to Hnrllnccn, Texas. Woodrow Pnr<lcccey spent three days In St. Louis last week The Business Women's Circle met Micsclay night at, Ulc homc 0( Mrs. O. c. Driver, j,-. There were six numbers present, and one visitor. Mis. Paul Hayes presided over a .short, business meeting, after which the sponsor, M rs . Walter Wood, gave the devotional. Mrs 'oi yc i s , '"! d elliu '8<= °f the program Christ the Answer ( 0 Atheistic Communism." After a social hodr the hostess served a dessert course A. B. Rozcllc left Sunday by plane for Texas. He was accompanied to Memphis by Mrs. Rozelln and children. ' Committees Are Named For Burdette PTA _7. hc . i=xccu . tlvc Board of the Bur- Association BEFORE STONEKOTE AFTER MODERN SIDE WALL PROTECTION At Very Low Cost Sloneknle is (he new wonder material in sidewall protection. . .a combinafion of rock fibre and minerals which is beautiful in appearance, yet requires no painting.. .ever. For modernizing your home, your store front, your church, Stonekofe provides a long lasting, fire- proof covering which also serves lo iu- sulale; fuel bills have been reduced ;is ninth as 50%! Come in and Icl us K ivc you an cslimnte of covering your walls" with Sionokole. can be applied lo any surface at a surprisingly low cost ... Call today. STONEKOTE DEAL'S PAINT STORE 109 Eott Main Street Blytheville, Ark. Box Office Openi I Show StarU 7:M Opens Sunday i : oo- starta 1:1S Cimlii.uouj Smm» s»t * gmn. Barcain Night Every Mjht r.xcepl Saturday No passes hanured on Sunday a4 Roxy Theatre Lust Time' Tonight WinterMeeting wilh Belle DaTh Selected Short Subject Saturday PRAIWE. OUTLAIVS EODlToEAN <•• in inn HASH Serl.,1 'Rockefmen- No. 5 &. Short ConL bhowlug Sal. J2.-30-H.-M Sunday & Monday BOUBI.B FEATURE V«\ .Miivlcfonc Ne»s jfc Short Cnnl. SliOHiiif; Sunday ll:XO-H;ef BY-REFRIGERATION (,'onlinuous Shows Hox Office Opens 1:45 Sfioiv SlHrls 2:00 1:00 a.m. U:45 p.m 4:30 (un. I.ISTKN TO KI.CN ThuricTiiy & Friday Any Number Can Play with Chirk Gsblc anil Alexis Smith Paramount Ncivs i Selected Short! t'unthiuou* Shoeing Everyday Saturday SAVAGE OUTDOOR *OVnmiRtt 'RED STALLION TH NE ROCKIES _ Serial "Batman and Robin" N«. l| and Short •ontinuoDS Shonlnt Sal 13:J»-11:J»

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