The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 20, 1950 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1950 Jane Sbelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Open House Held At Porter Home : ; One hundred twenty five guests were Invited to call at the R. A. Porter home on 10th street yesterday when Mrs. Porter entertained irtth open house from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. .; Luxuriant arrangements of as- jorted hued spring flowers were -placed in the reception and entertaining rooms for the occasion. : Throughout the afternoon, party foods were served from the refreshment table which was overlaid with a linen clock. Topping the table was a low silver bowl from which arose mixed spring flowers. Yellow tapers burning Ili silver candelabra flanked the floral design. An identical arrangement topped the buffet. Mrs. R. L. Banister and Mrs. James C. Guard presided over the tea table the first hour with Mrs. Monroe Grain and Mrs. James Roy presiding the second hour. i: Others assisting Mrs. Porter throughout the afternoon were her mother, Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Mrs. Marvin Smith, Mrs. S. B. Time, Mrs. Wallace Hoke and Mrs. Toby Long: -Quests from Steelc, Leachville, Manila, Osceola and Dell also called 'during the afternoon. K , • • • Mrs. Owens Hostess {To Faculty Members t * ' - A group of faculty members from the Burdette, Dell and Blythevlllc ^school systems were honored at a ;tea Tuesday afternoon at the J. F. . Owens home. j' During the afternoon, Mrs. Dor- ;bthy. Martin presented violin selec- .tions for the guests. '•>' ':-. Miss Nancy Warmaih presented "a vocal selection and Mrs. G. A. ^WMtten led in a discussion of " 'mammals. ; Assorted party foods were served ,to the guests who spent the after- p noon in the entertaining rooms of 'the home which were decorated with of salmon hued gladioli. ' [Mrs. C, B. Klene Joins ^Alpha Beta Bunco Club f One new member, Mrs. C. B ; r .Klene, and two guests, Mrs. Herman iTurner and Mrs. O. C. Denton, met ' -last night with members ol the fAlpha Beta Bunco Club when Mrs. jBill Taylor entertained the group .for the weekly meeting. r" Vases filled with varl-shaded spring flowers were placed through. out the home for the occasion. \ Mrs. Klene won high score in Ithe .bunco game with Mrs. Jack iMarsh winning low score and Mrs -Taylor, bunco. ;: At: the conclusion of the game, 'Mrs. Taylor served a salad course 'with: Iced drinks. . • * • 'Forty Guests Attend H 5th Birthday Party Forty guests attended the party igiven last night by Mr. and Mrs 'clair Miller at the Shrlner's Club •when they entertained In celebra- Ulon of the fifteenth birthday of j their son, Billy Wayne. ' Tli« group spent the evening In :th« spacious entertaining room o: .the club which was decorated with ; Iris, Jonquils and other spring flow- ,'ers. , Contests and games were con: ducted during' the evening with 'prizes being -presented Mavis Clam- ;pitt and Percy White. Ann Hindman and Manley Felberg were ac• claimed winners in a jitterbug congest. During the evening, the large "birthday cake, topped with burnlns ; green candles was cut and served \ with party foods to the guest! "who were seated at Individual ta , bles. The birthday theme was sug Rested throughout the table ap pointments. Low bowls brlmmln with assorted candies centered th .individual tables. Vases filled wilt • mixed spring flowers were place at Intervals along the serving tnblc Miscellaneous gifts were present ed to the honoree during the even ing. Favors of gay colored plastl miniature men and women's hat were presented the guests. ' Pictures were made throughou the evening. • Mr. and Mrs. Miller were asslste in directing the evening's enter . tainment by Mr. and Mrs. Raymoii ': Stringer. Nuptial Plans Announced By Miss Wilma Thomas Miss wilma,Thomas, daughter of Ir. and Mrs, Arthur Thomas, is oday making known the plans for er marriage to B. ^ Elder, son f Mr. and Mrs. Ben Elder of Jlylheville. The vows will be exchanged Sun- ay, April 23, at the Church of •hrlst with Evangelist H. F. Sharp, fficialing. Miss Joanne Estcs will attend as laid of honor and only attendant. James L. Thomas will serve Mr. llder as best man. Following the ceremony, a rec- ptlon will be held for families of ie couple and Intimate friends at he home of Mr. ant! Mrs. James j. Thomas. Mr. Elder and his bride •ill be at-home In Blytheville here the groom is connected with he R. C. Cola Bottling Co. Allen Home Setting "or Club Eight Meeting Red roses were the selected flow- rs for the decorations of the R. C. Mien . home yesterday when Mrs. Allen entertained for the weekly esscrt bridge meeting of the Club ^ight and one guest. Mrs. W. A. Affllck was the club guest. Low bowls brimming with the ihosen flowers were place<l at in- ervals throughout the home with ninlature bud vases hoMiny the lower topping the individual tables at which the club and guest were ieated. High score for the afternoon was von by Mrs. G. O. Poetz with Mrs. Paul Jobe winning second hI 0 'h and Mrs. Afflfck, bridgo. Cominq Events Social Calendar • Thursday C and N Birthday Club meets vith Mrs. Walter Lutes at 7:30 p.m. Pathfinders Sunday School Class of the First Methodist Church has monthly social at Church at 7:30 p.m. Hostesses for the potluck- meeting, are Mrs. Wn^ncr Adams, Mrs. Clint Caldwell, and Mrs. Vance rlenderson. Mrs. Jock Henry hostess to Nu Phi Mu sorority at her home at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Monroe Besliarse, co- liostess. Friday Mrs. R. A. Porter hostess to Friday Clutf. Lucky Rook entertained by Mrs. J. O. Huey. Mrs; Huro 1 Joins lircle Seven Mrs. Paul \y. Kurd met as a new member with Circle Seven of the First Methodist Church Tuesday light when the group met at the mine of Mrs. Hildrcd Bunch for a business-study lesson meeting. Mrs. Bunch presented the study which was taken from the book 'Women of the Scripture." A business session followed. During the business meeting, the SVOIIP selected Mrs. Toler Buchanai chairman of the birthday fund with Mrs. Harry A. Haines being appointed chairman of the love fund Following the business session, the hostess, assisted by Mrs. W. H O'Keefe, served refreshments. Red Peppers Elect Officers Annella Humphreys was elected to head the Bjythevllle High Schoo Red Pepper Club for the 1950-5 school year at a meeting yesterday afternoon at the school. Other officers elected for the year were vice president, Belly Nell Tomllnson; secretary. Barbara Saliba; treasurer, Barbara Oennlng; historian and reporter, Barbara Ann Smith and sergeant at arms, Eula Smith. Miss Luna B. Wilhelm Is club sponsor.' - PRETTY AND COOL 8593 6-14 yu. By bue Burnett - A simple yet very pretty sundress and jacket combination \ to delight the miss of six to fourteen /cars. Dainty eyelet edges the waist top and trims the pocket; the bolero is the easiest kind of sewing. Pattern No. 8593 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes e, 8, 19, 12 and 14 years. Size 8, dress, 2% yards of 35 or 39-Inch; bolero, 1 yard; eyelet trim, 1 yard. Send 25 cents now for the Spring and Summer FASHION. 48 pages of lew styles, fabric news, -special fea- iurcs. .Free pattern printed Inside the book. For this pattern, send 25 cents in 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. Scouts, Parents- Meet Tonight . Parents of the members of Cub Scout Pack Number Four have been invited to attend the meeting o the group tonight at 7 p.m. nt the First^Christlan Church during whiolr tjfiic awards will be presenlet to tiff; scouts. Following the presentation, film, "Cub Scout Circus," will be shown. - - At The Hosoitals Blvthcvillr Hospital Dismissed: Linda Lou Cullum, city. Martha Glatt, Roseland. W. B. Cohen, Steeie. Walls Hospital Dismissed: ' . Mrs. Fay Mills and baby, Holland Mrs. Doyle Turner, city. Kicky Croft, city. Baby Sprayberry, city. In preparing a frnit cup for th beginning of the meal let citn fruits predominate. The sweet-tar taste of oranges and grapefruit always appetizing and they are goo mixers when it comes to othc fruits. Fitted Swell tot x m.,,*s*/ Slorl your youngiter'l ' oi/|.of-doort itoton in t Icienlifically designed iho«l Ihol guid< and prolecl delicate bone* and ore Ipccialiiti in fining children. Small 4's to Blf 4's Widths: B, C, I), B (312 W. Main Thursday and Friday THAT TERRIFIC TICKET To THE ]. TlTllUTlNS iy TIME (} OFYOUUIFE! " Bits of News Mrs. John Somerslde of Orlando, la., has been the guest for the ast week of her granddaughter, "rs. J. Stanley Qrcsley and family t their home at Hotel Noble. Mrs. omerside, Mrs. Qresley and the ttur's infant son, John, left today or Memphis where they will spend weekend with Mrs, ciresley's arents, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Lnnd- Ireet, before Mrs. Greslcy and ohn go to Sewanee, Tenn., for a sit with Mr. Grcslcy's parents, fr. and Mrs. Stanley Oresley. They Iso plan to visit with friends In ackson, Miss., prior to returning ome In about three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pryor and aughtcr, Melba, and Mrs. Lillian "rank attended the Ampara and ose Iturbl concert last night at Ills auditorium In Memphis. John McDowell underwent an pcratlon Wednesday nnrnlng at ilytheville Hospital. His condition s reported as satisfactory. Mrs. p. D. Foster is sending everal days In New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. Bill McClure an- ounce the birth of a son Monday Iglit at Walls hospital. The baby, •ho is their first child, has been amed Allen Graham. Mrs. McCiure S the former Miss Catherine Gra- inm. Mrs. C, T. Judd left this morning or St. Louis where she will at- cnd the wedding of her son, Ben :owden, to Miss Rebecca Portcll atnrdny morning at the Sacred feart Church In Crystal City. Mo Mrs. Judd will return Monday. Mrs. Lee A. Stiles underwent a najor operation last night at Mem- ihls Baptist Hospital. Hc» sister ,Irs. John Bourland. is In Mem- ihls with her. Mrs. Stiles and son ilan, also were In Memphis with .Irs. Stiles for the operation. They ilan to return to Blytheville today Mrs. Howcll White Is confined o her home on Chickasnwba. Mrs. Charles Perry of Memphis s visiting here with her mother irs. J. J. Field, who is ill at her lome on Hearn. Mrs. W. A. Afflick, Mrs. R. C. AI- en, Mrs. .1. R. Colcman and Mrs Ben Harpole were in Memphis lasl night for the Ampara and Jose turbi concert at- Ellis 'Auditorium. Condition of Jesse M. White, who s undergoing treatment at the Memphis Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat losoltal, Is reported as satisfactory Mr. nnd Mrs. A. R. Olsen will re- urn this afternoon from Littli Rock where they have spent the last week .attending a company business meeting. Mrs. Nora Spradley, Mrs. Jess lorner and, daughter, Lorna and Betty ' Sue Garrett. attended the 3erformahce . of Ampara and Jose Iturbl-last night at Memphis in El"Is auditorium. ' ;-• Livestock 'NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, in., April 20. VPh- (USDAi — Hogs active; weights 180 lias up steady to .10 higher than average- Wednesday; lighter weights strong to .25 higher; sows steady; bulk good and choice 180-210 Ibs 16.50-16.65; practical top 16.05; short loads 16.75; 250-210 Ibs 16.00-1650; 270-320 Ibs 15,60-10.25; 140-170 Ibs 14.25-16.25; 100-130 Ib pigs 1050-13,15; good and ehlee sows 400 Ibs down 15.00-15.60; heavier sows 13.60-14.75; stags 8.5011.00. Cattle 1200; calves 900; bujren resistant to higher asking prices, slowing early, trade; some deals strong to unevenly higher on steers, heifers and cows; bulls sol with bids generally lower; vealers 1.00 higher; few medium to good steers 25.00-26.50; medium and good heifers and mixed yearlings 25.M-27.00; some held higher; good cows 20,0021.00; common and medium cows 18.00-19,50; canners and cutters 14.00-17.50. Gen. Clifton B. Gates is the 19th man to head the U.S. Marine Corp*. MACFADDEN VIEWS THE NEWS-Bernarr Macfadden, 81- year-old publisher and health enthusiast, go«i through hU daily * WE, THE WOMEN * Kv Kllth MllleU. Nt* SUM WrtUr \ Don't Try to Eliminate Your Husband's Outside Interests Sizes 4 to 10 For Sunday morning breakfast serve scrambled eggs on thin crisp slices of , toast with fried tomato slices. But be sure that the eggs arc creamy—don't cook too long! • ; Is a husband entitled. to spend more of his leisure time in the company of other men or should all his nonworklng time be spent with his wife and family? That question is raised by a wife who resents the fact'that her husband plays cards One night a week with a congenial group of men and leaves her alone another night or two a month to attend lodge meetings or other affairs. What's so bad about that? There's nothing in the marriage agreement that says that either a husband or wife has to spend every leisure hour In the other's company. If neither the husband nor wife ever feels the need for Individual friends or Interests, then they'll have one kind of marriage. But who Is to say that it is the best kind? The man who Is interested in other things besides the Job and home can'be just, as good a husband as the so-called "family- man" so many women think they want. And as he grows older hell probably he much easier to live with. Grandmother Offers Good Advice Not long ago I heard a grandmother say: "When I was young I used to get mad at my husband when he went anywhere without me. But now that all he wants to do is sit around in my way whenever he's pff from work he nearly drives Continues This Week! LADIES SHOES 800 Prs. of Valentines 1 300 Prs. of Twenty-Ones' Offered in all Colors and Styles Your'CHOICE: Nylons JilHljf RujfCalhoun -Waller Bfeman^ RICHARD SALE • RotHfBASSLER Paramount News and Selected Short CorsHnuous Showing Everyday 57 Go. 75 Den.— Handbags - 2. to Match EY'S Trie.dly SHOES me crazy. So I tell my daughters; 'Let your husbands go out whcii they want to. It's not nearly as hard on a woman as having a man around the house .who doesn't know ; what to do with himself.'" i That's pretty good advice, I think to the young wives who never wan their husbands out of their sighl Force a man to give up all his our- ; side Interests and leave him nothing but job and home, and one day in Is likely to have become so depen- i dent on his easy chair hell Just be in the way. Cub Scouts to See Films at Pack Meeting Cub Scout lilms, dealing with Cubbing in the home, In the den and In the pack will be shown tonight at the regular meeting of Pack Number Four at the Pirsl Christian Church. Cubmaster John Burnett said thnt the Cubs were to meet at 7 p.m. Good for .lunch h Ojster Ste« with crackers'Finish, off 5 with a fruit salad and cottage cheese ' Ritz Shows Now at Roxy Whilc.tbe RITZ.THEATRE Is und« construction thi» rammer, yon can. enjajr your bint ^pictures at KOX5TTHEATRB where.we have jnst installed'AIR CONDITIONING. We will run CONTINUOUS SHOWS evcrj day in thf we«k ' •>•;'/< • ' •Thi .Best In Entertainment Every Daj In Linen... MOVIES ARE BETTER THAN EVER Cumins Soon to the ROXY—TH. BEST FIRST SHOWINGS for Blytheville DAKOTA I.h, with George Mont gomery, Marie Windsor ana Rod Cameron THE HEIRESS wlih Olivia rte Havilland and Mont(omer; Clift VOUNG MAN WITH A HORN with Kirk Douglas and Lauren Bacall GEM Roxy Shows Now at Gem The Gem Theatre will be oprn every night with continuous ihovs i OD Saturday and Sondij Thursdnv & Friday In Leather... • 5'ellow ' • orange In Leather. • white • red • green • tan $295 QUINTET FAMILY SHOE STORE 312 West Main Phone 2342

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