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PAGE FIVE CAMPUS FAVORTTE Jane Shellon, Society Editor ' ' 9 ' Phone 4461 Miss Pierce Is Wed To Hiram Alva Test, Jr. Miss McVernon Pierce, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Pierce became the bride of Hlnun Alva Test, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A, Test of Springdale, Ark., September 9 ab the Mt. Zion Baptist. Church near Paragould. The Rev. David A. King read the vows. Misi Elizabeth Randolplio of Jonesboro served as bridesmaid and only attendant. The bride wore an Ellen Kaye street length dresa with black accessories. Hex Shreve or Montlcello served as best man. Mr. and Mrs. Test are Jt home In Walnut Ridge where •^th are students at Southern Baptist College there. • • » Club, Guesls Honored At Legion Hut Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Phi! Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Regenold. Mr. and Mrs Jimmy Steven-ion. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Olsen and Mr. and Mrs. Farrls McCalla were hosts and hostesses to members and guests of the Co- lillion Club with a dinner dance at the American Legion Hut Saturday night. The mid-night buffet supper was served from a long table overload with a white cloth and topped with a tray containing a copious arrangement of fruits flanked at one end with white tapers and centered with a single taper. ! Guests for the affair Included Mr. and Mrs. Sam Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fleeman, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whltworth, Mrs. John L. Bishop Mr. ind Mrs. Arthur Vance, Mr and Mrs. Harry A. Raines and Sam Reeds. P.T.A. fxecutive Board Plant Year's Work Pifteen membera of the Executive Board of the Lange School PTA.met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. R. A. Nelson to make «lan» for the coming year's work f, Mrs. J. LeRoy Huddleston presided over the meeting. The resignation of Mrs. J. Parrls McCalla as president was received and accepted with Mrs. Rupert Crafton being elected to fill the vacancy. Mrs. Crafton wUl be Installed at the next meeting. Literature was distributed to each member with the duties of each of- Bcer and committee chairman briefly discussed. Th« first general meeting u> xheduled for Wednesday, September 28th at 3 p.m. at the Calvary Baptist Church. Coming Events Social Calendar MIs» catherin Westbrook will be hostess to Y.W.A. cia*« at 7 p.m. First Baptist Brotherhood supper »t 1 p.m. at the church. Miss Louise Lowerre of the International Office of Beta Sigma Phi, Kansas City, will speak at the Alpha Alpha chapter club room at 8 p.m. The Alpha Delta chapter of Beta i Sigma Phi will attend. Bib o! News Mr. and Hit. Harl K. Garrett announce the birth of a son Wednesday at walls Hospital. The baby ' M . r «•* «*»* «« been B G "" Jl M ' 5 - W.S.C.S. Circ,e Meetings of the Hodgf * u »"'«~'""'«"*'S"r£ First Methodist church to "meet' Condition of Mrs. Doris Phulius Party-Banquet Planned To Compliment Groups The graduating Juniors and all Intermediates of the First Meth- .odut Church and their teachers will be. honored by the Church with « skating party and banquet Tuesday Sept. 20. The group will skate from 4 to S meeting at the church at 6:30 pm for a Banquet. Mothers of membera or the groups will be in charge of the arrarge- jaents and activities. At Th e Hospitals e Hospital Dismissed: Orville Sharp, City Mrs. W. W. Adams, city Mrs. Omer Stevens, Osceola Gerald Johnson, Citv Mrs. Dick Keener. Atkins H. R. Strickler. City Hugh House, Tomato Xfrs. Polly DeLanev and City Walls IliwpiUI baby, City Mrs Fred Pollard and baby A. W. arlggs, Rt. l Mrs. J. H. Hudson and baby, City Charles Collard, Cooler Mrs. H. E Garrett and baby, Armorel mctor Frank Morgan Dies : HOLLYWOOD, Sept 19 W) — Actor Prank Morgan — he of the harried manner and embarrassed lai-Rh — Is dead. The veteran stage, movie and radio comic, who In real life took events so calmly he once slept through the victory of his own yacht In a hotly contested race to Honolulu, died.yesterday during his sleep. He was 59. Morean had Just finished a pic- lure. "Keys to 'he City," with Clark Cable and Lorelta Young, on Thursday, but he did not seem unduly tired. It was his 6th film. with the following: circle One, Mrs Ous Eberdt, 1113 W. Hearn; Circle Two, Mr.. A. M. Butt and Mr» George Pyles, 911 W. Main; Circle Three, Mr». Don Smith, 8r, 808 Walnut; Circle pour, Mrs. P. Husbands assisted by Mrs. Russell Riales; Circle Five; Mrs. W. T Oberst, 818 w. Main; Circle Six Mrs. w. Leon Smith, 150* Walnut The Wesleyan Service Guild o the First Methodist Church wil meet at the church at 7:30 for a covered dish supper. Mrs. Lester Strubhar Is hostes to the Executive Board of the Wo men's Council of the First Christian Church. General Meeting of the Women o the First Presbyterian Church a 2:30. ' / Tuesday Miss Dorothy Higguison will be hostess to Alpha Alpha Chapter Beta Sigma Phi with Miss Ver» Goodrich co-hostess. Club Eight Meets at the home o Mrs. Graham Sudbury at 2 p.m. B.W.C. of First Baptist meets a Dr. Edna Nles 1 home. Mrs. Worth Holder will entertain Tri-Town, Bridge Club. Circle three of Calvary Baptls Church will meet at the home of Mrs. L. c. Rollison, 71S Rollison Avenue. Mr«. Ben Mac White will be hostess to La Nueve. Mrs. Calvin Hill- hostess to the Wesleyan Guild of th« Promised Land Methodist Church at 7:30 Maple Grove Cemetery Association will meet with Mrs. G. G 8«lib» at 2:30 p.m. Thursday Mrs. LaRue Hammock hostess to membera of Nu Phi Mu Sorority and rushess with a model meeting »t her home, I«10 Holly at 8 p.m Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chamblin, Mr. and Mrs. Dick White, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mac White, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henley and Mr. and Mrs. I. R. coleman host and hostesses to the 20th Century Club at the Legion Hut at 9 p.m. Pathfinders Class of the First Methodist Church will meet in the banquet room for the monthly social at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Gene Ellis hostess to Avalon Club. Blytheville Rook Club meets with Mrs. j. o. Huey. Mrs. Harold Hinson entertains Thursday Rook Club. Gosnell Methodist W.S.C.S. meets nt the home of Mrs. Harold Medlin at 2:30. Civic Calendar Monday Junior Chamber of Commerce Board-7:30 p.m. Tuesday Northeast Arkansas District Fair opens, 5 p.m. Lions Club, Hotel Noble, 12:10 j.m. American Legion—8 p.m. Wednesday Northeast Arkansas District Fair Khvanis Club, Hotel Noble, 12:10 p.m. Central P.T.A. Board Executives 2:30 p.m. followed with PTA meet- ng at 3 p.m. Thurxlay Norlheast Arkansas District Fair Rolary Club, Hotel Noble 12:10 p.m. Chamber of Commerce Board or Directors—2:30 p.m. No method has been developed l " make steel commercially wtth- ou ' manganese. New Liberty News . who underwent an appendectomy Thursday afternoon at Walls Hospital is satisfactory. Mis. Nell Gordon and son, Robert Gordon, left today for Little Rock to make their home. Mrs. A. G. Shlbley and Mrs. Victor Saliba spent Sunday in Cairo, Mr. and Mi's. Aubrey con way, returned Saturday afternoon from St Louis where Mr. Conway had been a patient for several days at Barnes Hospital. Mrs. S. S. ,'atterson and daughter, Miss Vivian Patterson, and Mrs. Neal Gezell spent Saturday In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bryant of Memphis were the week-end guests of Mrs. Bryant's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Eubanks and Mrs. Mabel Smith spent Sunday in Little Rock with James Tucker Eubanks who Is a polio patient there His condition Is satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. p. D. Foster spent the weekend in Greenville, Miss. Mrs. Doyle Turner, who has been for several days now Is able to has returned to her be out and position as a faculty member of trie Burdetle School. Mrs. Ewell Waters has returned home from Memphis where she hth ever ?' days as guest Ol ner brother Wilson Forrest, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest and family aocompaned her home for several days visit with Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Forrest and family. ' r S ,T d J VIrS ' C ' D ' H ° d « e lnd and Mrs. Evans Forrest have returned from Paragould where they visited with c. W. Forrest and ramiiy. Condition of Sharon Kay Bidwell, 20-months old -daughter of We. and Mrs. R. w. Bidwell, who underwent an emergency appendectomy Friday at Walls Hospital is satisfactory. ' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hawkins and daughter, Charlene, of Memphis were the week-end guests of Mr and Mrs. Paul Mahon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Billings and children. Janet and .ilcky, of Memphis spent the weekend here has guests of Mr. and Mrs. W W Peek Jimmy Lowe, son of Mr. and Mrs.' Cecil Lowe, who is a freshman at Washington University. St Louis has-been auditioned and accepted n the school band which Is direct" ?• , H - f Berhowklz. Mr. who '*-« pre-med student St Lo'uis ^"hing street In Mrs. Wagner Adams has been removed to her home, 330 East Ken- ucky from Blytheville Hospital tr"«fm,*? e , h " """ lm «"80ln« treatment for several days. Mrs. H. L. Hunter returned Sunday from Salem. Va., where she nd *"*« ° f htr d »"8h'«, Mrs Andrew Murphy. Mr. Murphy and ' ai ""£ Mr - Murphy is a faculty member of Roanoke College, Salem. Mrs. A, G. Shlbley and Mrs. Fred By Sue Burnett One of Ihe most popular styles with the campus crowd is the smart yoked dress with sleeves and yoke cut all In one. This high necked version has brief or three- quarter cuffed sleeves. Pattern No. 8515 is a sew-rile perforated patern for sizes 9, 11, 12 13, 14, 15, 16, and 18. Size 11, three- quarter sleeve, 3T».yards of 39-Inch 3?i yards of 5<-lnch. For this pattern, Send 25 cents, in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and PATTERN NUMBER to SUE Burnett, Courier News, 530 South Wells street, Chicago 7, III. Sen 25 cents today for the new Fall and winter FASHION, 64 pages Dual Showing Arranged for Items Of Clothing Made from Cotton Bags »rwrl»ioni tor •ntrmnti in the* Clathln* from Cotton B*« competition, held in connection with the National Cotton Picking Contest, t» «nter their handiwork in Nortneut Arluruu District Pair exhibit* were amuxinced today by Harry Uvltch, chairman of the Jayoe««' cotton fashion* event, The deadline for entering the Clothing from Cotton Bag* Conte.st been moved up to Sept. 24. En- * WE, THI WOMIN . --™> «« ^UG'—J uuLtuii *juuiiuii in Menmm<; o smart new styles, special Tea- serve as commentate during tures. Free oattprn nrin PH tncw-I r~..t.t.~. .., _ wuimg tuies. Free pattern printed inside the book. Okla., where they spent two weeks as guests of relatives. The Rev. w. J. Fitzhugh and son, Jordan, were In Memphis Saturday where they met Rev. Fitzhugh's mother, Mr». W. J. Fitzhugh, of Helena who accompanied them home for several weeks visit Bill Eidridge of Little Rock spent the weekend here as guest of his mother, Mrs. Baker Wilson, Mr. Wilson and .Miss Jane Wilson. Mr. tria« must be In the mall* by this date, Mr. Levltch said. The Sept. a deadline also Is the cloalng dnte for the district fair. Dual Entrlt* Powlble Mr. Levltch said women who plan lo display their cotton clothing entries at the fair may also enter them In the Clothing from Colloi, Ba« Contest. This may be done, he explained, by (illing out and submitting a Clothing from Cotton Bags Contest entry blank and stating on this form llmt the clothing is to be displayed at the fair. A «eparate record or such entries will be kept, Mr. Levltch said, and the clothing on display at the fail- will be picked up by the Clothing from Cotton Bags Contest committee when the lair closes. It will then be submitted ror judging In the cotton clothing contest. Winning entries In the Clothing from Cotton Bags Contest will be modeled by Rlvthevllte girls In the Cotton Bag Fashion Revue held during the afternoon program of the National Cotton Picking Contest Oct. 7. KiO In Prlzei Offerer) A total ot »250 will be awarded •in the Clothing from Cotton Bags Contest. Entry blanks may be obtained from Mr. Levltch at Drlefus Jewelry Store or by writing the Clothing from Cotton ags Contest Committee, P.O. Box 618, Blytheville. Mr. Levilch said that Mrs. Gilbert D. Hammock, Jr., will assist the Jaycees again this year in conducting the cotton clothing contest and style show. Miss Sue Reid, or the National Cotton Council in Memphis, will fashion revue. Miss Rclrl was commentator ror the style show last year. The National Cotton Council also is furnishing a cotton wardrobe to be modeled during the revue Mr Levltch said. Introduction to Postman Gets Dog's Disapproval Eidridge <is now practicing law In Little Rock. Mrs. Boyd Knapp of Wlnsworth. Mass., is visiting here • guest of Mrs. E. M. Eaton. Mrs. Knapp formerly resided In Blytheville while her rather was stationed at the Army Air Base drring the war The Rev. W. J. Pitzhugh was 'in Pine Bluff Sunday where he attended the funeral services of Mrs PItzhugh-s father, G. C. Thompson. , Mrs. D. M. Cutler returned Sat- i urday from Earlysville. Va., where she spent two months F guest of her sister, Mrs. W. H. Crlckenberg- C f ,."? d . faml1v - Mf»- Cutler also Visited in Washington, D.C and Charlnttsville. VA. Condition of Mrs. E. A. Craig who was re-admitted Pridsf to St Jo seph's Hospital, Memphis. I, serious. She \x unable to receive visit- CARDIFF, Wales Mabel Conibecr told — W— Mrs. her Mrs. Redman Returns From TB Meeting Mrs. c. G. Redman, executive secretary for the Muuiulppl County IWrculosts Association, was amoni the 320 tuberculosis control work* crs attending the Southern Tuberculosis Conference In Memphis which closed Saturday tftemoon. Dining the final session of the conrerence Dr. Dunne M. Carr, associate professor of surgery at the University of Tennessee College of Medicine and who was guest speaker at the county board meeting in Osceola last fall, w *s elected president '•f the southern association for th» following ye »r, to succeed Dr. c. c Aven of Atlanta, Ga. The program, which O|Kned rnursday morning, centered about the theme, "Is Tuberculosis Under Control?" and the following dls- (.usslons were Included: Effective ways of community education experience with treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis, laboratory aspects i nd therapy, control of tuberculosis m mental and penal Institutions epidemiology of tuberculosis, snd college programs. Dr. j D. Thompson, president of he National Tvberculosls Association who spoke In Blytheville at a banquet given In his honor at the rnrt H N » ble Wednfsd 'r light, attended the conference. Charge of failing to keep a dangerous clog under control—Bruce, Hnice, who is four, has a habit ol Dirking up the man from the jwst- man and taking it to his mistress Last week there was n new postman. "I walled at the gate." said (to" Collibeel '' " to Introduce the Something went wrong. Instead of shaking handj Bruce bit the Postman In the leg. The court, hold- ng there was a reasonable doubt that Bruce Is dangerous In more normal circumstances, dismissed the case. *«th HJ1UU. Buck up parents, it looks as though you can come out of that corner pretty 5000, take tliat dunce cap off your head, look your own child squarely In the eye and say- Mam, (or popp., „ tn , C(1M be) knowa best." I've come across any number of quole« Iate4y from leading authorl- t es on child guidance that Indicate the era of assuming parents know es. than anybody else about brlng- ng up their own children is about to end. Tlie best summary so far or this ew, tolerant attitude toward parents l s an article In Ihe Woman's Home companion for September, Lets Stop Blaming the Parents " Says one authority quoted In the article: "We have broken parents' conridence In their own adequacy. We , m , st help them realize that they, after all, , r e the ex- They've broken our conridence, all right. And done such a thorough Jab of it that, It may take ihem some lime to rebuild II to the place where we can take child-rearine In our stride, confident that we have brains enough to know what to do when Junior sucks his thumb or tells a fib or pinches his new baby sister. More Fun Wild the Kldi And I suspect if the experts really do give us back our confidence In our own adequacy for the lob of parenthood, we'll even like our children better. It's a cluch we'll enjoy them more, if we c a,, quit regarding them ns problems to which only the experts have the answers. Of course, It may not be such good news ror Junior. He's had a field day while the experts had us buffaloed. Don't think he hasn't sensed our indecision, our lack or conridence In knowing what to do about him - . . and made the most of our confusion. A Mama who Is sercnly conTldent Don't Need Experts' Advice To Rear Children Properly that she knows how to handl* Junior isn't nearly as easy to get around as one who is convinced the Job of child-rearing li too much for her. Arkansas News Briefs By The AiHMlaled Preo LITTLE ROCK—Forty per cent increase In state Income tax collections this year is predicted by Arkansas Revenue Commissioner Dean Morley. This year's collection probably will hit the $12.209,191 mail;, an increase of »3,9«8,000 over last year. LITTLE ROCK —One hundred and sixty eight appeal cases await action of the Arkansas Supreme Court when the high tribunal reconvenes sept, 26 after a summer recess. MEMPHIS—Mrs. W. T. Dorough of Little Rock has been nnm«l to the council of the Southern Tulrr- culosls Conference. vv.*n n JUIIJSC IJCI (log Bruce isn't really mean. He Just got mixed up while she was Introducing him to the postman. Mrs. Conibeer came into court on a -NOTICE- THE BROWNSON CLINIC will be closed from Sept. 16 to Sept 26,1949 . In Mem- . 'his " re spendln * Miss Polly Stewart left today for Arkansas State College, Jonesboro whe / e .? he wl" be a student for the Irst five-week session. Ml « Hazel Knight -of Hughes, pent the week-end here as guest Mr,. D. C, McLean. Miss Knight, hfi""" B1 y th « v111 ' resident, aught In the Sudbury school. h^, , VI 7 lnl » Swearengen. dau- hter of Mr. and Mrs. H.N. Swears«n, has been appointed rush halrrnan of Delta Gamma Soror- ty at the University or Arkansas the second consecutive year Miss Swearengen, who Is a senior iai also been selected social chair- nan. Mrs. Brad Shearin and Mr». Tina Ladner were hostesses to 40 guests Tuesday night at the Shearin home with a miscellaneous shower in compliment to Mrs. Richard Ross the former Miss Sarah Sue Nash. After spending the evening in games and Informal entertainment the hostesses served a salad plate with Iced drinks. Out of town guests included Mrs S. L. McNMr, Mrs. Burl McNair Bragg City, Mo, Mrs. Earnest Rosa and Miss Irene CUrk, Russellvllle, and Mrs. Clyde Webb, Blylheville tonfaw'FEHODIC orntu.Pinkiuun-c Compound nol bStVi."" V" "onthly p,ln »i«. .i? a< " ln * r P re -P"lo« n«r- Sr.' i?*i "nouonj ol this nn- tu Regui.r us« helps build \ip mi,.., T 1 "'icuon*i Muse* ;":>;:i".K--8l»3 S ^Si u ' "" "lOVl 7^""* lm »zins bt the wom«n> friend I son: i I I.! rfi. ""'' TAW.KI5 l E * ton " nd - wn of « T!? SP f nd the w «^nd here »» guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. c Blankenshlp. tn?^ an o M " W - °- Stinnett returned Saturday from Salisaw. ors. R. I. Haley was admitted to Bap list Hospital, Memphis, yesterdav ' for several days treatment and a major operation. His condition is i satisfactory. ! Jane Annls Nichol of Little Rock spent the week-end here as guest of Jenny Wren McCalla and Mr and Mrs. McCalla. Jane Annts and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thad' Nichol and sister, Nancy are former Blytheville residents. Among the Blytheville people In St. Louis over the weekend for the baseball game* were Ed Regenold Russell Phillip,, Eugene Still, Jim' Gates and J. A. Leech. Mrs. Ralph Robinson imd children, Terry and Cherilyn ot Wilson were weekend guests of Mrs. Robinson's sister, Mrs. Ed Regcnoid. RUSSELLVILLE.-A bid by the CIO International Shoemakers Union to organize the International Shoe Co. plnnt here has been turned down by workers. The vote (n a National Labor Relations Board election wns 260 ngnlust union representation and 132 for. LITTLE ROCK-Mrs. J. L. Hollls of Little Rock has resigned from the Arkansas Girls' Training School Board or Control. She Is third member to quit since recent riots and escapes. MULE ROCK-Arkansas ha« marked up Its 40th polio death of the year. Robert Stevens or New York City, 18. died of the disease here Saturday. At last official count poi o had struck 814 persons In the state Ihls year. Bo« Office Upena 8:41 - Show Start! 7:OU Openi Sunday I:IM; Starti 1:1$ Conl!nu<ius Shvwi Sat. ii Son. Bariain Nijhl Kverj NI 5 hl Except Saturday No passei honored^on Sunda; al Koij Theatre Last Time - Today DOUBLE FEATURE Feud in' and Fightin' with MarjoHr Main •and Percy Kllbride Giants with Wayne Morrli and Claire Trevor Movietone fs>w» A Short Tuesday & Wednesday Unusual Gifts Distinctive Curtains See Them at Ihe Lintn & Curtain Shop I* So. First Fhone (IS RESTAURANT FIXTURES E^^^^SS capacity* *' » " n «• »•«!, doable door, 1« c«. ft , Six burner short order range—f«r bvUne taa, Twin .m-I» »!!«, e.p«dty, rtalnteaa iteeL M*f\ f Meal Block. Tw. larre jalraniKd sinks, «alrani«d canopy Original WhoUtaU Co»t Ov.r $3500 Willing to Sacrifice It at One-Half Bring Your Own Truck T.rmi to rUcponiibU Party Cat! Don Nustaum - Blythevill* J 66 1 Durin, (he Day Eveninss-C-o Nobfe Hotel, Blythevilk Duro-Chrome Corporation Blyth.vi.1, Airport __ Pltost your audience when it (dim in Sherbrook»'i tlriking n»w tool, imartly tailored with ititched collar, cuffi and bill. In rain r«p«il«M fabrki, Cravintllt'-treated wilh Iwo way helmet hood. (Colon) (Si»t) A> M»n to Photoplay 1&ive my Regards to troadway Co! °' b RJTZ TH1ATRI BY REFRIGERATION Conlinuous Shows Box Office Opene 1 :45 Show Slarls 2:110 a.m. 12:15 p m $ : 3u P LISTEN TO KLUN Last Time Today Scene of the Crime with Van Johnson unrt Gloria l) c Haven raramounl Ne»s * Short Continuous glioHinK Everyday Wore: Miss Whitsitt't Sfco. h How Op,* on WooWrfoy Afternoon, Miss Whitsitts Shop Sec What's New Af Whitsitt'$ Tuesday and Wednesday DAVID fiw vmrni Kuwct JANE Sekcle4 Short cn Slwwlni

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