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June 23, 1949

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1949 AlewA A»eJu SililM, Soctety Editor 44C1 Miss Whitner Honored At Wilson Henry Home >Mii» Peggy Whitner of Dallas, Ttex., who U visiting with her par- gets, Mr. and Mra. Fllppen W. Whitner, wai honored at a morning party Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Wllion Henry at 3308 Margaret. 'Miss Whitner, who will become the bride of Joseph A. Cooper ot Roaring Springs, Tex., in July, waj i former hostess with American Airlines. ;Ttoe entertaining rooms or the home, decorated with mixed summer bouquets, took on a festive air of spring. The fireplace mantle was centered with a fan-shaped effect of greenery in which were tied white lace wedding bells with yellow clappers. Standing in Iront of the centerpiece was the miniature bride. dressed In the satin bridal gown, with white candles in silver holders completing the setting. The dining table, from which assorted party foods were served, was overlaid with a' cut work Hnen cloth and centered with a low silver bowl filled with ah attractive arrangement ot baby breath, sweetpeas. daisies and gladioli. Miss Whitner and her molher were each presented a corsage from the hostess. The honoree chose for this affair, an alternoon frock of green and white with green accessories. Mrs. Henry was assisted by her mother, Mrs. H. C. Haley. * * • Birthdays Are Celebrated By Judy and Nutey Webb Mrs. JL N. Webb entertained with t party yesterday honoring Judy and Nutey Webb, who were celebrating their birthdays. Judy Is eight years old a"* Nutey. 10. ! Fourteen ol their friends attended the party which was held at the home of their parents at the Veterans Housing Quarters here. : During the afternoon, games were played under the direction of Charlotte Davis and pictures were taken of the group by Mrs. J. C. Davis. Following the opening of the fifts, refreshments were served by the hostess who was assisted by Peggy Webb, Cookie Cook and Jim- iny Irwin. • • * Anniversary Celebrated By Mr., Mrs. Baughman Mr. and Mrs. James M. Baughman celebrated their first wedding anniversary' lait night at their home with a dinner party. Guests included all the members of the wedding party, their parents, Mr., and .Mrs. Darjj Abbott, and Mr. andrMri. J. M. Baughrnan and her * grandmother, Mrs. H. C. Markham. : Dinnar waa served at the dining table'Which was centered with a large pink and white cake with the inscription, "Happy Anniversary." Vases of rose* and daisies were used to decorate the home. Following dinner, the remainder of the evening was spent informally by the gueats. The estimated population of Sweden in 1M7 was only 6,803,000. Birthday Party Given For Tannda Langston Tannda LangUon celebrated her second birthday recently at th« home of her parenta, Mr. and Hn. Charles Langston. Fifteen ol Tannda'a friend* attended the party which wu held on the lawn ot her horn*. During the afternoon, varloua party games were played and favors presented to each guest. The honoree later opened her gifts. Refreshments of birthday cake and ice cream was served by Mrs. Langston in the afternoon. Watermelon Party Held By Alpha Beta Chapter Members of the Alpha Beta Chapter ol Epsllon Sigma Alpha Sorority met at Walker Park Tuesday for the social meeting of the month, The group met at the home of Miss Lavonne Portlock, 408 East Davis, before going to (he Park lor a watermelon party. Miss Portlock and MLss Kathryn Thompson were hostesses. Well-Child Clinic Held At County Health Office The Well-Child Clinic, which is sponsored by the women's organizations ol the different churches in Blytheville was held yesterday afternoon at the County health office. Eight babies were examined by the attending physician, Dr. J. E. Beasley, who was assisted by Mrs. Clara Ambrose, of the county health office. Women from the Lake Street Methodist Church who were In charge of the clinic were Mrs. Billy King, chairman, Mrs. Don Lutes, Mrs. W. L, Green and Mrs. L. E. day. Wesleyan Service Guild Meets with Mrs. Bunch The Wesleyan Service Guild of the Yarbro Methodist Church met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Neta Bunch for a regular program. There were IS members and two guests present. Mra. Paul Abbott was In charge of the program and was assisted by Mrs. Leroy Henry and Mrs. Ed Bunch. After the business session, refreshments were served by the hostess. At Blytberiile Dismissed: Jame> Wade, Caruthersville, Mo. Milton Childs, Stecle, Mo. Janet Gurley, Rt. 2, city. Mrs. Iva Glenn, Cooler, Mo. Walta HMplUl Dismissed : Janet Donald, Steele. Mo. Baby Charles Wofford, Luxora. R. W. Prince, Osceola. W. D. Neely. Huffman. Mrs. Dora Brown, city . "•: Baby Shelby Jean Cannard, Cool er, Mo. BACK INTEREST LOOK; POLIO POLIO and DREAD DISEASE POLICY • • n*t Spin) M.n[«9ltli, Dlpk- Mrarie, Scoria* ««»«r, S««ll**>, • • UakMil, fuctpkolItU, Tal»«. Pays Up To $5,000.00 For Treatment of Eath Person Hospital Servicei —Room, Board, Attendants. Apparatus. Medicines. Medical Service.— M. D. or Oitaoparh. Nunlnej Service —R. N. 3 a day at (10.00 per day •ach. Ambulance Service —J2S.OO «ach Hospital Confinement. Iron lusto, —or similar mechanical apparatus. iloe4 Tren»fiifio*» —All uiutl and customary charges. Dr»9,» «*4 Medlclnci— Pays «ll Drug «nd Medicine Bills. Tr«».f«rT«rie« • Automobile, Railroad or Air. croft, to Hospital; patient end an attendant. •race* md CrvHh**—At n«»d»d. wrrrfM h ALLIANCE LIFE INSURANCE CO. v AM*** Ov*r »27,MQ,«OMO 1 P«M« rtirnt-ai 0**r . . . . ( I.M . y^. Dame r*M»tiioii «l«i-r«*<J "bark in- leren" for aummer COWHM, and all lh< (irta were quick to obey. A kuay career girl ehootea Adcle SimjMon'a t»»-pi*ce anil »ith a flared back for her round-tlie-dock dregs, fl !• made of a new aharkftkin rollon fabric deaignrd Wjr Hope Skillman, according to ihe {National Cottoa Council. Baptist Junior G.A.'s Hold Mission Program The Junior Girl's Auxiliary ol the First Baptls t Church met yesterday a/lernoon at the home ot Martha Jane Bartholomew /or a mission program. Mrs. Albert Enderlin, counselor, was leader of the program entitled. "Half A Year." The devotional was given by Carrol Ann Holt who chose as her topic. "Hand of Jesus." Others talcing part on ihe program were Ann Hester. Marilyn Dougher- Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. Roy McKay, Roy Lee McKay and Sherry, Prank and Sue Spark returned home yesterday (rom Kalamazoo, Mich., where they were the guests of Mrs. McKay's sister, Mrs. Al Havener and Mr. Havener. They were gone for a week. Mrs Joe Shanks and children Joe Jr. and Miss Jo Ann Shanlu spent yesterday In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Tolusso and children. Carolyn Ann and Henry arrived yesterday from their home In Baton Rouge, La., to be the guest of Mrs. Z. B. Saliba and family. Mr. Tolusso was a former captain at the Blytheville army air base during the war. Mr. and Mrs. George Johns returned from Memphis where they went especlaly to consult Mr. Johns' specialist. Mr. Johns had been ill t his home but Is much Improved. Drs. Carl and F-dna Nles spent yesterday afternoon in Memphis. They were accompanied by Paul Phillber of Haytl. Mo. Arke D. Mahan. fireman. USN. on the escort aircraft carrier uss Rendova, which recently returned from a tour of duty In the Western Pacific. Is engaged In training personnel of various squadrons under Commander, Air Force, Pacific Fleet In anti-submarine warfare. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Mahan of Rt. 1, Dyess. Condition of Irs. Billy Wooten. who was dismissed yesterday from the Blythevllle Hospital where she underwent treatment. Is Improved. She Is now at the home of Mr Woolen's parents. Mr. and Mrs R. W. Wooten at 638 South Lake. Mrs. Bell Wood has as her houseguest, Mrs. Ramsey Duncan of Troy. Tenn. Mrs. Duncan had lived In Blytheville for 30 years before moving to Troy and will also visit with other friends and relatives while here. Mayor Doyle Henderson and son Charles, left last night for St. Louis. Mo., where they will spend a few days. Dr. and Mrs. Oeorge Atkinson of Florence. Colo., and Dr. O-Neal Atkinson of Hot Springs arrived today to be. the guest of their brother, Dr. Gean Atkinson and Mrs. Atkinson and family. This is the first time tlie three have been together at one time in ten years. Mrs. Fielder Perry, who was injured I'D an automobile accident tyToaiiya S~tUwei],"Marj<;iie~D^u'g C h- " st Thursday on East Highway erty, Martha Ann Foster and Mar- ,"• , wa3 l ?* m to Campbells Clinic in Memphis Tuesday and removed to the Baptist Hospital there yesterday to undergo treatment for a skull fracture. Her condition^ remains the same. Mrs. Floy Lucy, a sister-in-law, is with h«r. Hal N Perkins Jr.'ot.Ull Walnut * WE.' THE WOMEN * Bi Kltb MUM* NKA •tail Writ* Wise Mother Devotes Summertime to Children "I set aside summer for thH children," says B mother ol four who isn't a bit dismayed by the fact that school is out and she'll have all four children at home during the summer months. While a lot of mothers moan and groan about how hectic the summer months arc. this mother has worked out a plan to make them fun. "I do my 'going' during Ihe wln- tei months," .she says. During the summer months I try to simplify life and make it fun for the children. 'After all. it's their varalidn, and I think it Is up to a mother to see that they enjoy it." This mother doesn't try to do any entertaining In the summer except family entertaining. In which the children arc included. If there are guests for a meal, its a picnic meal in the yard with the children. HOUSEHOLD CHORES MINIMIZED Housework is cut to an absolute minimum, so that mother and children can enjoy nil kinds of outings. "I could work from morning until nleht every day, if I just stuck to the house and Irieci to keep hi-use the way I do during the school year.' this mother says. ''But I'd probably go crazy, too, with the children quarreling because (hey are bored, tearing up the house ns soon ns I get it cleaned, and interrupting me every few minutes to ask, 'what can T do?' , "It's much simpler to get up early, do what absolutely has to be done and then .spend the rest of the day in the yard or at a park or at a swlrhming pool with the children. That way they're not bored, and I'm not cross and irritated." Perhaps she has the answer for mothers who find the summer months the hardest time of the year. They're bound to be hard if the mothers stick to the house as they do during the winter months and try to live in exactly the same way. Living at home as simply _„ you'l live at a summer cottage cuts down on the work and strain con siderabiy. Coming Events Sociol Colci>dor Thursday The Phobean Suudy School Class f the J*lrat Baptist Church will leet at Walker Park at 6:30 for a ••etner roast. The 20th Century Club will be .iitertained at a dance at the Legion Hut .at 8:30 i>.m. Hosts and hos- esses are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hale. Dr. and Mrs. f. E. 1 Utley, Mr. nd Mrs. Rudy Vrska. Dr. and Mrs. Newel Jerome and Mr. mnd Mi». Coleman Stevens. tha J»ne Bartholomew. The program was closed with a season of prayers, after which* a social hour was held. The hoste&s assisted by her mother. Mrs. O. C. Bartholomew and her cousin, Jo Ann Scott served a plate of party foods, which included .Individual white cake.5 decorated in green with the Inscription, "G.A." in gold. In 1948. the average American at« i4S pounds of meat. Street, was among the 305 graduates and undergradua'tes^afc Washington University. St." Louis, who was awarded prizes and honors for academic excellence during the school year. He is a junior'in -the School of ceived the Architecture and re- second prize award of British Soldiers Whipped SINGAPORE. I/Pi — Two British soldiers were sentenced to prison and 12 strokes of the rotan each on conviction of trying to rob and Scarab fraternity, an architectural society. Pfc. Charles Little, son of Curtis J. Little of Blytheville, is spending a 30-ttay iurtough here with his parents. He arrived here Monday from Ladd Field in Alaska and will leave next month for Camp Chaffee near Fort Smith for discharge. A veteran ot three years service in the Army, Pfc. Little may re-enlist for other foreign duty, his father .said. W. J. POLLARD AGENCY Hotel •!<,». Phont 3545 Dress Reduction! Fresh ehambray splattered with tucks and embroidery trim. Washable sheer Bern bergs and flowered Voiles, as well as all other crisp summer materials. Brown, grey, green, blue, maize or pink in sizes 16!/i to 24!/j and 38 to 44, Formerly Advertised ^<\ at Higher Prices. Now Selling at These Savings 10.95 Values 12.95 Valu«* 16.95 Values NOW 8 NOW 10 NOW 12 Feinbergs Mrs. C. S. Dowdy will entertain the C. B. C. Club at her home. Halt Moon News Mrs Louise Gorman of Bernie, Mo., spent the week here visiting with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. Ingram were the guests of Mrs. and Mrs. Carter of Oran. Mo., last week. Coy Tweedle was dismissed from the Methodist Hospital in Memphis where he has been a patient and Is now at his home. His condition Is satisfactory. Miss Erlene Richardson spent the weekend in Memphis. Mrs. Jim Alexandra is ill at her home. Miss Wanell Vasbinder of Little River community spent the weekend here as guest of Miss Marjorle and Mary Alexandra. Leslie Peeples and family moved to Dell where they will make their home. Mr. Peeples will be employed by the compress there. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Connard accompanied home their son who has been a patient at Walls Hospital In Blytheville. His condition is improved. Costly Cup of Coffee CHICAGO- W) —"Coffee and" cost Alfred Ellis »282.05. It was the "and" that proved expensive. EHU. who owns a store, bought a cup of coffee In a nearby soda fountain, returned to his place and drank It. Thus far he was out five cents. Then he brought back the cup and saucer to his store. While he was out, quick thieves took »282 from his cash register. injuring a Chinese taxi driver. Defense counsel pleaded their actions were Just a "soldiers' prank." 1315 West Main Phon« 2221 (Jontinunus Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN * a-m. 12:45 p.m. t-.M p. Thursday & Friday MYHSAM «cwaa*nz -KLEI> nru-FWMC owe e=_ __.»c*aa*7e <_«..__..___ Paramount News & Selected Short.- BUMP ON A LOG—This forlorn puppy gels a free raft rid« down the main street of Roggen, Colo. The flood was caused by a reservoir overflow following heavy rains throughout the west. Immediately after this picture was taken, the pooch was rescued. COMING SOON To The Ritz Theatre THE STRATTON STORY wttti June Allyson and James Stewart NEPTUNE'S DAUGHTER with Red Skelton, Esther Williams EDWARD, MY SON with Spencer Tracy and Deborab Kerr B«i OfBr* Upra «:«$ Shew Btarti ?:«• Opens Sinday I:N: Starta 1:11 C*ntin«o*a Sh«w» Sat * BOB Bargain Night trert Ntfht Except Satlrda; haiwred on Sinda.; i Theatre Thursday & Ladies... A Certified Service Performed in Your Home [JUST UKE NEW/ Also FLOORS, LINOLEUMS WASHED, WAXED and POLISHED 3-Hour Service on Living Room Suites FILL*/ Dura-Clean System Blytheville Phone 3696-4177 AT PENNEYS MEN'S SUMMER SHOE CLEARANCE A ONE-DAY SELL-OUT!! NONE RESERVED!! ENTIRE STOCK REPRICED Every Shoe Made to Sell at Much, Much Higher Prices — You Save Plenty. B« on Hand Early Tomorrow at 9:00 Group Includes — Tan & Browns, Brown & Whites, Ventilated Stylo and Casual Styles. Sizes fi-11 B, C & D Widlhs

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