The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 17, 1949 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 17, 1949
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•LYTDTTIXB ttwrr ootmm NEWI Jan* Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461. I Oth Birthday Honored With Parly for 20 Guests •. Linda Ruth Ketllnjjer, daughte of, Mr. and Mrs. c. B. Ketlinger observed her "10th birthday Frida afternoon with a party for 20 guests The entertaining room* were dec orated with clusters of miiltl-colo baloom in bouquet-like arrange niente flowing from Ihe ceiling and in profusion upon the wills. Marl golds ranging In hues from yello* to bright gold were floating crj'sta vu«« throughout the home. Iri ithe games, prizes were award ed:. Pitty Wright. Barbara Lock and ponna Sue King. The party foods, consisting o strawberry sundaes, iced drinks and cake,- were served from the buffe which was centered with the whlU birthday cake with orchid lettering and tiny doll candles. Fayors of miniature doll dressei sets n ere presented each guest. Mrs, Keltinger was assisted in the afternoon's activities by Mrs. Raymond Shamlin. Class Party Is Held At Jarrett Home Mrs. Alvie Jarrett entertained Sunday School Class and their teacher, Mrs. Mildred Mayo, of the First Church of the Nazareue with a -party last night at her home. .The 22 guests* spent (he evening in games and a short business ses- aibn In which new officers were tlected. In the games, prizes were awarded Mrs. Mayo and Curtis Jarrett. •The hostess, assisted by Miss Sammye Ruth Coleman and Miss Josephine Jarrett. served pie, hot chocolate and coffee. Mrs. Gay Complimented By ;Guests At Shower • Fourteen guests gathered at the home of Mrs. Edward Stiles Thursday.'night to present miscellaneous gift* to Mrs. Marion Gay, who was before her marriage Miss Ernestine 'Fall flowers arrenged in white pottery were placed in the home. ln j the bingo games, prizes wer« awarded Miss Sunny Anderson, Miss Ernestine French and Mrs. H, P. Lfeton. Mr». Gay, who chose for the occasion a black and plaid silk shantung frock, was presented a corsage of whit* carnations from the hos- tew, Mn. Stiles. .After the games, the hastes* served refreshment*. .jtojuble Four Club Plays At Logan Home LOVELY YOKE STYLE 845 32-44 By Sue Burnett This graceful yoked frock Is particularly suitable for dressy occasions with its combination of two blending fabrics. Try a dainty lace "or the yoke anrt sleeves, rich solid one for the balance of the dress. Pattern No. 8453 is a scw-rltd perorated pattern for sizes 32, 34, 36. :8, 40, 42, 44, and 46. Size 34, 3<i 'ards of 39-Inch; 1 yard contrast. For this pattern, Send 25 cents. In 3OINS, your name, address, size de- Ired, and the PATTERN NUMBER o Sue Burnett, Courier News', 530 iouth Wells Street. Chicago 7, 111. Don't miss tills new FASHION. The Pall and Winter Issue will delight you with Its up-lo-the- -nlnute, easy to make frocks for all .the family. Free gift pattern Tinted inside the book. 25 cents. Bible Class, Guest Meets n Wood Home Yesterday 25 members and one guest. Mrs. Jlyde Drane, of the Ladles Bible ilass of the First Methodist Church net yesterday afternoon at the ome of Mrs. Belle Wood with Mrs. o hn Foster .'co-hostess to the roup. :' Mrs. A. c. Haley, president, gave he devotional taken the BeHutltudes followed bv the son" Bless Be The Tie" "anrt prayer y Mrs. Faster. In .the business meeting, reports f the past year's work were made y Mrs. L. M. Burnett. The class voted to pay $100 to he church building fund. The group agreed to meet the hird Friday afternoon of each lonth, alternating the meeting ; lace between member's homes. j The following new officers -'were ' ected: Mrs. o. N. Hawkins, presi- ent; Mrs. Frank Webb and Mrs. W. Kyle, vice-presidents; Mrs. M. Burnett, corresponding sec- clary assisted by Mrs. B. M. Mat- Mrs. H. A. Ferryman of Princeton, Ky., arrived Friday night for several days visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Crowe. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Landrum of Paragould spent yesterday afternoon as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sain Landrum. They came especially to attend the Blylhevllle-Para- gould football game last night at Haley Field. Dr. and Mrs. Howell Brewer and MLss Pat Brewer are the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Stevens and family. Miss Peggy Morath returned Friday from Memphis where she spent a week studying at the General Electric X-Ray Corporation. She will resume her position at Dr. Brownson's clinic. R. C. Allen. Jr., who Is * student at Vanderbllt Un -rsity, Nashville, Is spending the weekend here guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Allen. Sr. He arrived In Memphis yesterday by plane and was motored here by his parents. Jack Thro left Friday afternoon for his home En SI, Louis after having spent several days here on business and visiting friends. Mr. Thro, Mrs. Thro and children are former Blythcrllle residents. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Blomeyer returned home Friday from a wedding (rip following their recent marriage. Mr. and Mrs. fWimeyer will be at home at 170' Hearn. Jack Elliott, who Is - -student at Ole Miss. University of Miss., will elurn to school tomorrow after he- ne the weekend euest of his "parents. Air. mid ,\frs. Matt Scri'ggs. Amon? (he Paraeould residents who attended the Ciiicks-BulldVvzs 'ootball came last night were the l"MC3 Janet, Jpan and Betty lee .Vilbourn. nieces of M". and Mrs. Harry Kirby. and a nephew. Manline Wilbourn, Miss Joyce Damon left Thursday or Hawkins Medical Laboratory, Vfemphis, where she will continue ler laboratory studies. She will graduate in February. The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Villiani p. Bolin who was corn Aug- .sl 30 has been named Michel Ivan. Buck White of Greenwood. Miss., nd Frank Stranahan of Toledo, Ohio were the guesls of Mrs, Anne SATURDAY, SKPTEM6ER IT,' 1949' Coming Events Swtal BmUrday Mr. and Mrs. Phil Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Re«enold, Mr. and Mr«. Jimmy Stevenson, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Olscn and Mr. and Mrs. FtrrU McCalla hosts ind hostesses to Cotillion Club at Legion Hut. at > p.m. The Zela Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma will have Its first meeting at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mr«. M. T. Burr, 600 Pecan in Osceola. W.M.U. of First Baptist Church will meet at the church for Royal Service Program at 2:30 p.m. Miss catherin Weslbrook will be hostess to Y.W.A, Class at 7 p.m. First Baptist Brotherhood supper at 7 p.m. at the church. Miss Louise Lowerre of the International Office of Beta Sigma Phi, Kansas City, will speak at Ihe Alpha Alpha chapter club room »t 8 p.m. Nu phi Mu, junior affiliate, and Ihs Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will attend. W.S.C.S. circle Meetings ol the First Methodist church to meet with the following: circle One, Mr».. Gus Eberdt, 1113 W. Hearn; Circle Two, Mrs. A. M. Butt and Mrs. Eeorgc Pyles, 911 W. Main; Circle Three. Mrs. Don Smith. Sr., 808 Walnut; Circle Pour, Mrs. p. L. Husbands assisted by Mrs. Russell Riales; Circle Five; Mrs. W. T Oberst, 818 W. Main; circle Sli Mrs. W. Leon Smith, 1504 Walnut. The Wesleyan Service Guild of the First Methodist Church will meet at the. church at 1:30 for a covered dish supper. Mrs. Lester Strubhar Is hostess lo the Executive Board of the Women's Council of Ihe First Chrlst- an Church. General Meeting of the Women of the first Presbyterian Church at 2:30. Tuesday B.W.C. of First Baptist meets ; at Dr. Edna Nies 1 home. Mrs. Worth Holder will enleilain I'ri-Town Bridge Club. Circle three of Calvary Baptist Church will meet at The home Mrs. L. C. Rolllson, 715 Rollison Avenue. Mrs. Ben Mac White will he host- ss lo La Nueve. Mrs. Calvin Hill hostess to the Vesleyan Guild of the Promised •and Methodist Church at 7:30. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chamblin, Mr. and Mrs. Dick White, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mac White. Mr. anrt Mrs. Charles Henley and Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Coleman host and hostesses lo (he 20th Century club at the Legion Hut at 8:30 p.m. Maple. Grove cemetery Association will meet with Mrs G G Saliba at 2:30 p.m. Thursday Pathfinders Class of the First Melhodlst Church will meet in Clothes designed add style to a c*II«(c wardrobe without subtracting Bach from the b«t- arc the eonfri- «f St. l,«uis detifnen. fti bat iamlHon while In Blytheville par- I tne . banquet room for the monthly, Icinatin? In the golf tournament. Miss Willa Mae Johnson and Miss Beltye Poster left Friday for .Dupo, Illinois. Mb.i Foster went on to St. Louis for a visit. They will return Monday. Miss Betty Jean Dean, who has been -doing.,private duty for several -days-at Walls Hosiptal, will leave today for Batesville. '•• • Miss Poll Stewart is spending today In Jone.sboro. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Grimes, Jr.. and family left today for Troy, ••Teiin., where they will be the wcek- '--='•- - of Mrs. Ola Grimes. hews; Mrs. E. A. Goodrich, cor- esponding secretary; eachcr, assisted by /erhoff; Mrs. wyatt wrter. Mrs. faster. Mrs. James Henley, re- Following the dismissal the host- ss served refreshments. romised Land Guild •/as Regular Meeting Mrs. John Clause wns hostess to members of the Wesleyan Guild f the Promised Land Methodist, Church Thursday night at her home. The evening program was presented by Mrs. Felix Hill. Mrs Alvin Hardy. Mrs. Tom Moore and Mrs. Clousc. New Liberty News .Mrs. Oraie Henry was guest Thursday with members of the Double Four Club when Mra. Theo- 4m! Logan entertained the group airier home. •1* the games Mrs. Lore-Adams won. high and Mrs. Lynn Brown ttcoad. Mri. Logan served a dessert •OOTK and coffee. C.B. C. Club, Guest Feted At Fowler Home .Mrs. Lendennle Fowler entertained the C.B.C. Club and one guest, Mrs. J. D. Smith, yesterday afternoon at her home. 'Assorted flowers were arranged throughout the rooms in which the rook games were played. . ,In the games, Mrs. C. S. Dojvdy •won high, Mrs. o. o. Elkins second and Mrs. Alvin Hardy rooko. Mrs. Foster served a salad course «nd collet. • • • Two Members of Club Complimented At Shower Mrs. Gene Teaford and Mrs. Newton Whitis were hostesses Thursday afternoon at the Whitis home to members of Uie Tri-Town Bridge Club with a shower in compliment to two members. Mrs. James C. Guard and Mrs. Dale Briggs. Fall floral arrangements decorated the home. Emphasizing the chosen color scheme were the pink and blue During the business session plans i sl!tte - Th ey vlslled relatives it Hc- wrapped gifts which were presented ! were marie for the annual harvest I Der Springs and Conway. the honorees in a wagon which was ; supper which will be held at the A plaid necker (h and pleated unit* to m • wcater-dreis • marl fashion (or achool (above). •Black and white checked shirkskia tailors a new eoat- dren (center ri[ht) with shir (band collar, tie aod saddle pocket*. A rrar and cold plaid skirt and weskit arc ensembled with a (old wool blouse (ritbl). - By Kpsle Khiaid NEA Fiishlon Editor NEW YORK— (NEA) —So that Pop can tighten the reins on his runaway dollar, St. Louis designers are giving his school-girl daughter a lot of style 1 tor a little money. ] What takes the budget look oft of these full ;fashions is smart design, ej'e-smScking colors, snappy styling. The design of the simplest woolen dress is calculated to make a girl's pulse itutler. There's one dress, for example, glorified to its last tassel of fringe by a bold plaid neckerchief knotted at the neckline of its sweater-top blouse. This solid- color blouse tucks into a pleated skirt of matching plaid. Another fashion which alms to Central and Yarbro Schools Sponsor Book Display at District Fair Here Tlie Book Fair, sponsored by the* Sixth Grades of Central and Yarbro | schools, will be a part of the Death or Carnival Northeast Arkansas District Fair again this year, and approximately too approved children's books will be on display there. This is the second year the Bcok l-nlr has been set up at the fairgrounds, and the funds from books sold, will be spent to buy library :ooks for the two school grades. Miss Minnie Foster, Yarbro teacher, ami Mrs. Lillian Bley Frank, Central teacher, are conducting the exhibit, which will be act up in tho center of the Main Exhibit building. The booth was donated to the school project for the second year Worker to Be Probed PAYETTEVILLE, Ark., Sept. 17. M'j—Investigation of the death of " le •'• C. Penney Company. 7 1 '? books to be on exhibit are Misses-Carole Whitaker and Peg- gy'Bowen have returned lo their home at Wilson after visiting with Miss Whitaker's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Whitaker. Miss. Jimmy Tell McDonald lias returned to Memphis after spending the weekend with her parents. Mr. and Mrs, H. F. McDonald and family. Mrs. R. E. Baker of Okalona, Miss., is visiting her mother, Mrs. |J. F. Epperson and other relatives. Miss Mary Joe Storey, a nurse at St. Joseph's Hospital in Memphis, was a weekend guest or her aunt, Mrs. J. M. Wilson and Mi- Wilson; Mr. anrt Mrs. C. G. WViiuker have returned home from a lour through the western part of the rirawn by Judith Porter and Warren Whitis. Pink c?ies. coffee and blue cradle nut cups were included in the party foods which were served the guesls during the afternoon. * • • Gosnell W.S.C.S. Holds Meeting at Church Five members of the Gosnell Methodist W.S.C.S were present Thursday afternoon for the short business meeting conducted at the church at 3:30 p.m. Plans for a survey of the church were made. Several chapters of various books of the Bible were read and discussed. Mrs. Henderson Hall led In the dismissal prayer. Promised Land school house, Wednesday October fifth. Immediately following the dismissal. Mrs. Clousc served refreshments. At The Hospitals Bljlhevllle Hospital Dismissed: Cecilia Ann Henderson, Citj- Mrs. J. H. Britt and baby, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Rouse Harp, city Mrs. L. E. Clark, city Mrs. Russell Simpson, Dell Donald Cheretski. Osceola Mrs. j. L. Pearson, Stccte When a nail Is properly driven into seasoned wood Its holding power increases with time. social at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Gene Ellis hostess to Avalon Club., "*•/.;. .. . , ,' approved by a council selected from • Blythevillfcnoolc"Club ifcets'wltlrj- V0 5" h organizations.- ln.clljd.Ing Girl Mrs. J. O. Huey. ' ~ J ' '• ~ "'' Mrs. Harold Hinson enterlains Thursday Rook Club. a carnival employe, whose body was found In the back of a truck, has been ordered by Sheriff Bruce Cricler . Coroner Edmond .Watson said durance Maycs. 37. of Ohio, apparently died of natural causes; Fellow workers found Mayes body Thursday. . . •. • Sheriff Crider said he ordered the investigation after talking to other case Pop's pains when back-to- school bills pour in | s [|, e coatdress that -goes fresh to campuses as a new co-ed style. Typical styling of one of black and white checked sharkskin features a tiny shirtband collar, a row of black buttons, a necktie and big saddle pockets. The wcskit which helps to turn a blouse and skirt into an outfit also goes to school with St. Louis designers' blessings. One woolen plaid weskit takes a matching plaid skirt. Tliis outfit of gold and gray plaid is smartly cnsembled with a gold woolen blouse for which bub- tons and bows are used to point up its elegance. car nival'.workers, orate. He did not e)ab- j arirf 'Boy Scouts,' Boys Club, Girls Club, and others, and approved also by the Literary Guild. Gosnell Methodist W.S.C.S. meets This year the Book Fair will fea- at the home of Mrs. Harold Medlin ' ture Lois Lenski's "Cotton at 2:30. i Mississippi Countians Invest in Sayings Bonds Civic Calendar Junior Monday Chamber of Savings bond sales In Mississippi in My County during August. totaled Sank," a story based on informa- I '20,132,50, according to Ihe Little lion the author collected during a j Rock Treasury Department office, stay In Mississippi County. I Sales during August were the Mrs. \v. L. Moxley is finance lowest en record for the first eight (hall-man for the exhibit. Mrs. R. 1. months of 1949. Sales of "E" Bonds Board—1:30 p.m. Tuesday Northeast Arkansas District Fairl Rae - Mrs - Walter opens, 5 p.m. j Johnny Johnson. j Bagley publicity chairman, and 13 Commcice mothers of the sixth grade students ;will keep the booth. Prom Yarbro jlhe mothers are: Mrs. M. O. Mc- Barne.^, Mrs. Mrs. Milton - lliam Wyatt. The mothers to assist the Central Sixth Grade are: Mrs. C. E. Graves Mrs. J. T. Wcstbrook. Mrs. Joe Fair Hu ? hes - Mrs. E. C. Brown. Mrs Joe 12 ., 0 ; Strickland. Mrs. W. D. Palmer, Mrs. jT. Torju.sen. and Mrs. j. N. Sccman. The Book Fairs, Inc.. provides bocks for similar exhibits all over Lions Club, Hotel Noble, 12:10! ""j^"- and Mrs - William Wyatt. American Legion—8 p.m. Wednesday Northeast Arkansas District KiwanLs Club, Hotel Noble, p.m. j Central P.T.A. Board Executives 2:30 p.m. followed will, PTA meet-; ,„,, Uimcd lu(es ; and sc f ( , ctj ' oi ;'-! the displays are based on a sales list from the particular areas being ing at 3 p.m Thursrlav _ T ' "V»ll Northeast Arkansas Disiricl Fair served Rotary Club, Hotel Noble 12:10 p.m. Chamber'of Commerce Board ofj Directors—2:30 p.m. | Guests At Barbecue To Include Ministers Baptist ministers from North Mississippi County communities are Marriage -Liceneses The following couple obtained a marriage license at the office of Miss Elizabeth Blythe. county clerk, yesterday: Comepsion Vasqucz of Blytheville - . o—~~.., nv a *""- WUV, i\lO bccue dinner at the Yarbro Ml;;- | _ lonary Baptist church tomorrow, and following the meal will participate ' monies church's new building. Ministers from Gosnell, Number Nine. New Liberty and Huffman have been asked to allend. in this period were higher than any of the past four_ years. The state farm committee ' and the School Savings Program leaders are among those having' made plans for the fall campaign. County chairmen and local savings bonds committees will be selected soon for the campaign. Parkin Farmer Killed In Highway 70 Crash WEST MEMPHIS, Sept. 17. Jesse Green, 26-year-old Parkin farmer, died in a Memphis hospital last night of injuries received In a highway crash near Black Fish Lake. * Green's car and a gasoline (ruck collided on Highway 70. State Patrolman Marion Thomas identified the truck driver as Mack Townsend of West Memphis. Many oysters are destroyed when spring floods lower the amount, of salt in the water. Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Slarts 2:<lf> 1:00 i.m. 1-^:45 p.m. «:3e n. m LISTEN TO KLCN Salurday Red Stallion in the Rockies with Arthur Franz and Heather Serial "Batman and Robin- No. 14 anrt Short Oonlinuous Shuwinj. Sat 12:311-11:34 Mother^of Arkansas Af Traffic Chief Diet ATLANTA, Sept. 17. (AH)-_ Tn . mother of two Associated Press .„, ployes, Mrs. Pearl B. Edwards n of Atlanta, died here Thuridiv night. She had been 111 several monlhs. One of the sons, J. M. Edwatds is traffle bureau chief of the Litti, Rock Bureau of the Associate Press. Another, Benjamin I. Ed. wards, is a teletype operator In UA Atlanta bureau. Other survivors: a third son, Bas« Edwards, and a daughter, Mrs. 1.1. madge Harris, both of Atlanta. plcte" e '' al ari ' an s eme '} t5 a' Box Office Opens 6:« Show StarU 7:08 Opens Sunday I:(W; start. 1:15 Continuous; Shuns Sat & Sun. Bargain Ki t bi Every Mjht Exrept Saturday No passes honored ,.n Sundaj al Roxy Theatre Saturday Prairie Outlaws with Eddie Dean Serial "Rocliefmen" Xu. 5 <t' Short Cont. Showing Sat. 12:30-11:30 Sunday & Monday DOUBLE FEATURE Foi Movietone News f Short Conl. Showing Sunday 11:30-11:01 Sunday & Monday Pickard's Gro and Market 1044 Chickasawbb* SWIFTS PREMIUM 1 BRANDED BEEF Fox Movietone News & Short Continuous Showing Sun. 1:3«-H:M ' We Specialize in Fancy Meats and Groceries We Deliver Phone 2043 Plenty or Parking Spar* Icipate in ground-breaking cere- for the newly-organized The v.ord "girl" appears twice in the King James version of the Bible. Unusual Gifts Distinctive Curtains See Them at the Linen & Curtain Shop IDS So. First Phone »15 -NOTICE- THE BROWNSON CLINIC will b« cloMd from Sept. 16 to Sept. 26,1949 RESTAURANT FIXTURES We are closinn: our Blylhevllle Cafeteria »nd we Intend to W- riflce Ihe beiuliful brand new flxtures. chin, ,nrt jllverware »t le« than Ihe .rljinal cost. It mast be K en to be appreciated. Some of Ihe items are: Refrigerator—ill stainless .ileel, capacity. yble door, 16 cu. ft. Six burner short order ran»e—for bnlane «as. Twin urn—II jailor, capacity, ilainleu steel. Steam Table—stainless sleel, IV long, 12 vcceUbles i meats, extra pans. Maple Meal Block. Two large Jtalranlied sink*, canopy. Beautiful assortment of brand new kitchen nlrmllj cen- »islii>( .r large twlcher knives, spoons, ladles, polalo mashers, saure p, ns , ,,rha«e p.n,, thlnaware, jlaMware and stainless sleel knives, forks and spoonj. Original WholtsaU Cost Over $3500 Willing to Sacrifice It at One-Half Bring Your Own Truck Terms to Responsible Parry Call Don Nushaum — Blytheville 4661 During (he Day, Evenings—C-o Noble Hol«l, Blytheville Duro-Chrome Corporation .niyfheville Airport ,_ .Blylheville, Ark. ATTENTION, MERCHANTS The Junior Charuhor of Commerce Would Appreciate Your Entering the Big National Cotton Picking Contest Parade, October 6, 2:30 p.m. Besides Ihe floats, 12 hig vans will make this parade (he higgesl and best ever. . .jf we have your support. Send the entry lilank bcUnv to Box 707, Ul.vthcvillc, or t-all Jack Chamhlin for questions. 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