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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 20, 1949
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEV1LUB (ARK.) OOURIEI KEWS J»ne Shellon, Society Editor Phone 4461 NEATLY TAILOED j Mrs. Smothermon Heads Sorority; Beta Sigma Phi Reception Planned Mn. J, N. •mothermon wu elected president ol the Blytneville City Council of Beta Sigma Phi at a council meeting last night, hold fa conjunction with » joint meeting of the Alpha Alpha and Alplm Delia chapters or Hie »orority. j Acting upon Die advice of Miss Louise Lowerce, field representative I 'of the international of/Ice from K a JIMS City, Mo., the two chapten RISC | voted last night to sponsor the formation of a Beta Sigma PHI Chapter i at Osceola, and plans for a rushing program were adopted to Include the proposed chapter. I MIss Lowerep arrived in Blythe- vllle yesterday and will reman for several weeks assisting the two chapters In a coordinated rushing I plan and In reorganizing the city j council. { An Informal reception for pro! «pectlve pledges will be conducted j « week from tomorrow night at | the Hotel Noble, and accepted < pledges will be Initialed at an Installation banrjuet October 4. I Committee appoinlrvnts an[ nounceri' last nierht to work on the' J recention -Included: ! Arrangements: Mrs, Robert I. 3 Thomnson. Mrs. Dick Watson, Ml.** j Florence Moore, and Mrs. Joe j Davis. j Rush Committee: Mrs. Rnv Whlt- i tinston. Mrs. Barney Crook and ; Mrs. Jimmle Kdwarris. j Greeting Committee: Miss Dor- 1 ofhv Jean HIsKiiuon. and Mrs. Gil' bert- Hammock. I .*Hostess Committee: Mrs. Henry 3 Dodd arid Mrs. John Cook. Misses ' Marv Gray and -Vern Goodrich. . j The arrangement committee if ! scheduled to me?t at 5 pjn. tnday ] after the rush committee met »t ; 3 p.m. to work out further plans 1 for the reception and rushing pro- S gram. . . 5 Mrs. Randall Hawks was elected j vice-president of the Cltv Council. 1 Mrs. R. J. Morris, recording and J corresponding secretary, and Miss j Barbara Child, treasurer. 1 The,groiln will meet Wednesday 1 night at 7:30 at the Hotel Noble , lor the'first city council meeting j since reorganization. } The meeting last night was cnn- j .ducted (n the sorcrily club room t at. the City Hall. «nd w»s attended j by about 25 members of the two • chapters.' ] Mrs. Srriotherman, in the absence j of ra council president, was elected } temporary chairman to conduct last 1 night's meeting. She Is a repre- 1 aentative of the Alpha Delta chap- I ter. Mrs. Morris and Mrs. T. H. ! Caraway'are the other council rep- t resentatiyes from that chapter. j while Mrs. Prances Gammlll, Mrs I Hawks and Miss Child represent 1 the Alpha Alpha chapter on the 1 council. By Sue Burnett A charming daytime dress for general fall-lnto-winter wear that buttons from neck to hem. A nice vestee effect is achieved with crosswise use of striped fabric. Pattern No. 8226 comes in sizes 14, 16, 18,20; 40. 42, 44. and 46. Size 16, sliort sleeve, 113 yards 'of Mrs. Gilbert and Miss Mary Ellen Stafford are spending today In Memphis at the Cotton Council office where they will make further plans for the Cotton Picking Contest. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Anderson, Sr., W. O. Anderson. Jr., granddaughter. Jan Deverr-aux and Mr. and Mrs. Troy Graham were in St. Louis over the weekend to attend the ball games. Mr. and Mrs. Pat H. Jewell and daughters, Kathleen and Patricia, are spending the week here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Foster. They came especially to attend the Mississippi County Fair which began Sept. 20. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Wilson of WiMon spend Sumlaj' here as guests of Mrs. Wilson's cousin. Mrs. R. L. Lamb. Condition of Mrs. Bill McClure who has been removed to her home after undergoing an appendectomy at Walls Hospita} is satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Newton B. Fisher have returned from St. Louis where they spent several with friends. Dan Caldwelf left last night for Dvkc University, Durham, N.C., where he will be a junior. Mr, and Mrs. William Jennings of Savannah, Tenn.. were the weekend guests of Mr. and Clyde Haynes and family. Mrs. W. H. Pci-due of Little Rock is spending several weeks here as ?uest of her daughter. Mrs. Dan Blodcett, Mr. Blodgctt -• family Bobby Lee Hill. Charles Ray Hall, Jr.. and C. R Hall. fir., spent Sunday In St. LOIHS where they attended the ball games. Mrs. L. C. B. Young of Oscoola. Mrs. E. M. Regenild, Mrs. Harry Klrby, Mrs. E. p. still are spending today in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Tollie Dclaney are i at 2'30 the parenl.5 of a son born ?'riday at Blytheville Hospital. The baby their second child, has been named Jlmmle Gary. Mr. and Mrs. Delaney, the former Miss Blanche Webb, have a davghter, Patricia, who Es three. Mrs. Ann corde.s and Mrs. Carl ILUXORA NEWS *! tin. G. 'c; Drirer Mrs. Sam . ''.chey and daugh: r, of Birmingham, Ala., are visiting Mrs. Ritchey's parents, Mr, and Mis. O.A. George, Sr. C.P. Crawford, jr., who under- sent an operation In a Memphis hospital Friday, Is reported Improved. Mrs. Crawford and Mrs. S.J. Smith accompanied Mr. Crawford to Memphis, and remained there over the weekend. Mrs. Tye Adams was hostess to her two-table bridge club Thursday afternoon. Mrs, Ray WhUmorc and Mrs. I. M. Castle were guests. Mrs. A.B. Bradley and Mrs, Aulcn Chit- * WE, THi WOMEN •* BUTB MILLETT SEA SUC Writer MIB«« wood were prize winners In the games, after which the hostess served a dessert course Mrs, Jesse Brown and .Mrs. Max- Ine McHaney were Memphis visitors Thursday. Mrs. Harry Stanford Is In Hail- ingen, Texas, on business this week. Among Luxorans in St. Louis over the weekend for Cardinal baseball games were W. C. Meadows, Hugh Wright. T.D. Wllklns. Tye Adams, and Calvin Wllklns. Cominq Events Social Calendar Tuesday Band Mothers of "ail tlirce units will meet tonight a 1 the high school at 8 p.m. Thursday Mrs. Gilbert D. Hammock hostess to members of Nu Phi Mu Sorority days visiting land with a mode] meeting ' at her home. 1610 Holiy at 7:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chamblln, Mr. and Mrs. Dick White. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mac White. Mr. and Airs. Charles Henley and Mr and Mrs. I. R. Coleman host and host- Mrs. esses 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. Blylhc- ille Rook Club meets with Mrs. J. o. Huey. Mrs. Harold Hinson entertains Thursday Rook Club. Oosnell Methodist W.S.C.S. meets It deeply pains men to he»r wom«n try to tel! « funny story— especially men who think they are pretty funny themselves. Radio's Henry Moigin, writing in "Today's Woman," describes hU reaction to a woman telling a Joke like this: "The most she'll get from me will be a face twisted In disgust and a series of hollow groans as though H knife were sticking in my back. Which Is about the way I feel when women tell Jokes." There are a lot of rca-som why women don't shine as storytellers Number one reason Is because so many men share Henry Morgan's viewpoint. When a woman opens her mouth to tell a Joke their attitude dares her to try to be funny Contrast that with the Interested, expectant look women courteously plaster on their faces when > man starts to tell a story and It's easy to sec why women lack the self- assurance a good storyteller must have. Ni-inber IR P O Is (fiat while a woman is supposed to laugh sally and not V a prude if a man tells story a little bit risque — women know they will be criticized if they tel! a story it is considered quite all rfeht for them to hear. BUILD UP THEIR HUSBANDS Number three Is that married women — ever willing to make a sacrifice in order to give their husbands a b'Hld-up—turn over their best stories to their husbands, so that their nen can shine as funny fellows. And who Is it that plays master of ceremonies by saying, "John, tell the story about such-and-such?" It's never another man. It's always a woman—usually a loyal wife. But do men ever say: "Marge, do tell 'em the slory about so-and-so?" You bet they don't. If they know the story, lijey tell It themselves. So. it's no wonder men are usually better storytellers than women. They appropriate or they are gcn- cro>- 'y siren the best stories their - „.„.„. „.„.„,, wiv " I" ck "P- They can always at the home of Mrs. Harold Mcdlill ec "' nt °" a woman to give a story a ' build-up and beg them to tell it Frldar Zorn of Petersburg, ill, are spending several da.vs here as guests . -.- „ — of Mrs. Zorn's brother Dr. Carl 39-inch. Mies and Dr. Edna Nies. For this pattern, send 25 cents. I Miss Blllie Jane Rotigers left toil COINS, your name, address, size day for Ole Miss. University Miss I desired, and the PATTERN NUM- I where she will be a sophomore' The Alpha Alpha chapter Is I BBR to Suc Burnett. Courier News, j She was motored to school by her acheduled to meet tonight at the 1 53 ° Sollth Wells Street, Chicago 7, ' parents, Mr. »nd Mrs. W. J. Rod- 11L gers who will spend a week In The Fall and Winer FASHION Is a complete guide in planning a wearable fall wardrobe. Ncjv—excit- ing — Informative. Free pattern printed inside the book, 25 cents. j home of. Miss Dorothy ~Jean Hi'g- t rmson for its.regular meeting. Kitchen Shower Fetes Leachville Bride-Elect Miss Barbara Ann Maynard, of Leachville, bride-elect of, Charles Jolllff, Jr., secretary-manager o f the Osceola Chamber of Commerce received gilts for her kitchen at a shower Friday night. The shower was given at the home of Mrs. John F .Davis of Leachville, with Miss Jean Gibson of Jonesboro co-hostess to the 26 guests present. The gifts were arranged attractively around a center-piece of glow- Ing tapers and a miniature bridal party. Red roses were used in decorating rooms, along with the party flowers. Special guests were Mrs. Pascel Maynard of Lcachville. mother of the honoree. and Mrs. Charles Jolliff, Sr., of Manila. Mrs. John Osborne of Blylheville ' and Mrs. N.M. jolliff of Manila were among the out-of-town guests. Mrs. Patterson Hostess To St. Cecelia Guild The St. Cecelia Guild of the Womsns Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church met last night at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. -S.S. Patterson with nine members present. Mrs. E.R. Mason, chairman presided. Mrs. O. O. Hardaway offered the devotional. Mrs. Patterson presented the first in a series of sitirtief on the characters of the Old TotRinrnt with Moses the chosen character for last evening discussion. After the dismissal praver the hostess served refreshments. Methodist Circles Meetings Conducted Regular Circle meetings of the First Methodist Church were held yesterday with the following reports made: Circle One met with Mrs. Gtls RbcroH with 18 members and two guests. Mrs. Howell Brewer and Mrs. W. W. Aikenhcad present. Mrs. Charles Alford gave the study with Mrs. O. N. Hawkins leading the dismissal prayer. . Mrs. Harry W. Haincs was hostess to Circle Two with 13 members present. Mrs. Joe Ferguson gave the study with Mrs. L. E. Baker leading the study. Circle Three met with Mrs. F. D Smith, Sr.. with 17 members and one new member. Mr.' Max Usrcy present. Mrs. J. W. Adams. Jr., offered the devotional. Mrs. F. L. Husbands was hostess lo Circle Four with Mrs. nu.wcll Hiales co-hostess to the 13 members and two guests. Mrs. Roy Baglcy and Mrs. W. L. Hnrncr. Mrs. E. j. Cure e;avo the study. • Circle Five met with Mrs. W. T. wit'i 16 members and one * Mrs. S. S. Patterson present Mrs. I,. E. Old save the study Circle Six -ct with Mrs. W. Leon SmHh tvilh 19 -icmherc and one r new member Mrs. Claude Bush i present. Mrs. James Hill. Jr.. gave' tile devotional. Mrs. O. E. Knvd- ' sen and Mrs .'ohn Miles gave the '> study. j At (he close of carh meeting the 'ervcci refreshments. I gers who will spend a week Columbus, Gennjia, as guests of Mr and Mrs. ^ Leslie Shepherd. Dr. Mary' Davis and her mother. Mrs. H. C. Davis of Memphis spent Sunday here as guests ol Drs. Carl and- Edna Nics. ;, W. W. Aikenhead of Little Rockets., the house gues' of Mrs. Mrs. Viola ROSS of Camdcn. ... .. ... . Tcnil., will return to her home this i Co/VOry Y.W.A. Meets The Woman's Club will meet at the Club at 2:30 preceded by an Executive Board Mectln* at 2'00 p.m. Civic Calendar Northeast Arkansas District Fair opens. S p.m. American Legion— J p.m. Wednesday Northeast Arkansas District Fair Kiwaiils Club, Hotel Noble; 12:10 p.m. Central P.T.A. Board Executives 2:30 p.m. followed with PTA : meet- inz at 3 p.m. Thursday Northeast Arkansas District Fair Ro'.ary Club, Hotel Noble p.m. Chamber of Commerce Board And the.v can always count on the feminine audience to hang onto every word and be ready to laugh at the punch line. If men would do all that for women—they'd be good storytellers, too. But maybe it's just as well they don't. We've already got enough men who think they're funny fellows fighting lor the center of the stage — without a lot of women trying to get into the act. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 194, Study Court* Begun At Lake Street WXS First In a series of studiw "Women In Scriptures" »*j conducted yesterday afternoon by it mem- ben of the Lake Street, fiSaf. t the church At 2;M> pjn. Mrs. Billy King, opened the meeting with the tinging of the tong "If Jesus does with M«." Mrs. C. T. Shamlln gave the de- •otlonal which wu taken from the Book of Ruth. Mrs. Shamlln assisted by Mrs W. E. Green, Mrs. W. L. Stiles Mrs. R. H. Hood and Mrs. A. L Keagan In presenting the Women In Scripture study. "Children In The Home" was the topic or the discussion of Mrs. Un- Harrison. Mrs. Iverson Morris-led the dismissal prayer. General Meeting Held By Presbyterian Women A general meeting of the women ot the Hrst Presbyterian Church was held yesterday afternoon at the church witli Mrs. Ross Stevens pres- dent, presiding. Plans were made for the Loyalty Dinner which will be held Wednesday at 6:45 at the Church. Beginning Septembei 28 a study course on religious education taken irom Dr. Merrill's book. "Lift up Your Eyes" will be conducted on consecutive Wednesday nights. A covered dish supper will precede each study, Mrs. Harvey T. Kidd. program chairman, presented the program 'Youth with Christian Conviction." Hostesses for the afternoon meet- ng were Mrs. J. P. Pride. Mrs. Clifford Councille. Mrs J. B. Clark Mrs. E. M. Woodard At The Hospitals m.vlhevflJe Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Hunter Hughes, City W. R. Campbell, city AValls Hospital dismissed: M. A. Jamerson. Rt. 3 Baby Sharon Hughes, Rt. 1 Mrs. J. B. Phillips and baby, City Mrs. H. R. Biggs, Hornesville. Mo Baby Sue Statler, Steele Mrs. Mattie Webb, City Joe Lawrence, Rt. n Directors—2:30 p.m. Ross also visited in Kcise of LcRoy Ross. JO Members, Guest Attend Y.W.A. Meeting Miss Catherine Westbrook was hostess to 10 members and one guest. Miss Mary Cockrell of the 12:10 'Y.W.A. of the First Baptist Church last night at her home. Miss Bernlce Overman gave the devotional. "Faith Triumphant In the Philippines" was the subject of the lesson taught by Miss Cliffie Overman. Following the dismissal prayer 'lie hrstess. assisted by her mother Mrs. J. T. VVestbrook served relresh- ofl Executive Board Plans Fall Activities host Unusual Gifts Distinctive Curtains See Them at the Linen & Curtain Shop 108 So. Firsl Thnne 815 Kn\ Office Opens 6:45 Show Star Is i:flfl Opens Sunday I:W. Starts 1:1S Continuous Shows Sat. A; Sun Bargain M E ht Every Mjht Except Saturday N"» passes honored on Sunday al Rosy Theatre Tuesday 4i Wednesday ive my Regards to t . SflMted Short .Subject* $250 IN PRIZES Will He Offered This Year In the Clothing From Cotton Bags Contest Held in with the National Cotton Pickng Contest Prize winning giuments will be modeled at the Cotton Picking Contest on October 7 . . . nnd all garments entered must be made from cotton Write for details and entry blank to Clothing From cotton Bags Contest, P. o. Box 618, Blytheville. But enter now! Sponsored by Bl.vtl.eville ,!,,n| or rh»mb«r of Chess players of Blytheville will aatlier tonight at 7:30 In the Blytheville Y for the first playing of the Y's fall chess season, J. p. Garrott, Y director said today. Play will be to all chess players of this open area. • E ' C5t ] Mrs. p. H. Jernisan was guest; nleilk with members of the Calvary Bap- i — : tist Y. W. A. Class at their meet-i _. _.- ing Monday night at the church i Chess Players to Meet Miss Alice Priest opened the i meeting for the 10 members with prayer. The Executive Board of Hie Wo- "The Coming of Communism" was nicns Council of the First Christhn '• tfle program topic. Church met Monday aftfniooii at ! Mrs ' Jcr "'Ban led the closing the home of Mrs. Lester Strubiiar to |lraj ' cr make plans for the fall work. Refreshments were served. The H members gathered at 2'30 p.m. wif. Mrs. Albert Taylor s iv- ing tlie Devotional which was tnken from Jeremiah 18:3-6, "Have Thine Own Way, Lord.',' Mrs. C. A. Tant presided over the business meeting with reports being made by committees and group leadnr.s. Tlie group was dismissed with the Mi'sfonary Benediction. Mrs. Strubhar served refreshments. ELECTION Continued From Page One Committee, warned that indifference and a resulting small vote would indicate to potential bond buyers that the issue was not fully backed by the taxpayers of the school district. This would leave bond houses hesitant to buy the Blytheville school Issue. Dr. R. L. Johnson fo Baaxtt president of the school board In the Shawnee district, Injected a more cheerful note in regard to last nlfht'a attendance. He uid the tendance "reflects (he confidence the people hare in their school board and Mhool offlc- "1s" (o carry on the affair* o f the district. Mr. Nicholson explained the basis for seeking the 30-miII levy, ^in addition to the 12 mills needed for general maintenance and operating of the schools, five mill? are required to Increase the salary fund to cover the hiring of the 14 new teachers, he explained. Six more mills are required for the retirement of existing Indebted- net*. Seven more mills are needed to pay principal and Interest on the proposed MM.OOO bond Issue. Mr. Nicholson pointed out that lower lntere»t rales for the bonds can be obtained through fixing a higher mlllage levy u security for the Issue. These need* plus Increases Ln maintenance costs make the bond issue necessary, he said. "Loss of tlie Issue would be a catastrophe," Mr. Nicholson declared. P.T.A. presidents from all the schools last night pledged assistance or their groups in conducting a telephone campaign to get out and vote. They plan to use poll tax books In contacting voters eligible to participate In the election. Brief comment from each of the PTA heads and civic leaders present stressed the need for stimulating the voters'- Intereit in school matters. All said they had neither hetrd nor seen Indications so far of any organized opposition. Mis. Buford Young, pr'ildent of (he senior high school P.T.A drew a round of applause after telling the group that Blytheville schools were "built to care for the town »hen we were unpaved Chlckasaw- ba. (Chlckasawba was the early community from which the incorporated town and later city -' Blytheville grew.) Mrs. Young stressed the need to get the people .to thinking." She sal.- she thought "the public Is no educa-d as to what -~,\. I i2° need '" Shc also described the schools' difficulties with teacher shortages and overcrowded condl Ions and the troubles Involved in getting some children to attend schools. Parents, too. 5 h e said in many cases did not. properly accent the responsibilities for sending their children to school. Polling Places Listed In -swer to a question, Mr. Reid explained that the 30-mlll Should an increase or decrease 'not » voted in following years, the cvy would revert to Us level of :he previous year, he said Mr Nicholson explained that the school bo-rd would be the first request a reduction In the levy n the event assessments should be raised and in the manner provide enough money for school pur- Sample ballots were distributed and explained by County Supervisor of Schools John M Byes Mr Mayes also said that the follow-in^ polling places will be used In the Sept. 27 election. "lythevllle Ward One, city Hall- Ward Two. Goodyear Store; Ward Three, Fire Station No. 2- Ward Four, Lost Boy Courts office; Num- Mrs, Kidd on Honor In Cooking Contest Mi's. Harvey T. Kidd has kV selected for the honor roll of 'October Cooks Contest which was Hii by Better Homes and Gardens ffi ' a ., azlne. 6 The Rev. and Mrs. Harvey T Kidd and family reside at 103 North Fifth Street. Rev. Kidd is minute, ot the, Presbyterian Church. Collector of Corns Boasts 38 Underfoot MUNICH, Germany — (a>j — A. elderly Bavarian town clerk had » much pain In his feet that he went to see the rioctor. When the doctor counted 38 corns on his feet th« Pi erkJ!ald P roudl y : "That many 'hev don 1 : even have in America" bei Nine. Number Nine Gin Weight Office; Yaibro, Mullliis Stole- and schools at Promised Land, Lon* Oak and Clear Lake. ml TH1ATRI BY REFRIGERA Continuous Shows B«x Offic-e Opens I :45 Show Slurls 2:(UI i.m. 12:4. r i p.m «:il) pin. LISTEN TO Kl.CN I'uesrtav and _ „ _ TWT JOHKITf HU NU'STU! .DAVID JANE NIVEtHH KISSiUHUK Selected Short Subjects Conlinucu* Showing bveryday ATTENTION LADIES Yt't have for sale now: : ' '' • •' • I)»rwln Tulip, | n 7 different colors Narcissus—Yellow and White ' Daffodils-^Klni Alfred and Golden Harvest * fialanthus Snow'Drops Scilla—Campanula!* Crocui Chlonodoxa Luelliae Madonna Lily Hj-acinths In different colors Th«« are the choicest of bulb.—Imported dlrtct to us from it o liana. Come In .nd m>ke your .elections now while we have com- Stock, PAUL BYRUM Hardware & Seed : IH East Main Street Blytheville, Arkansas Now! Toni Home Permanent TWICE as EASY- TWICE as FAST THE FORMAL OPENING OF BLYTHEVILLE NURSERY SALES Across the Street from the Rustic Inn NtW TONI REFILL KIT riv« 5-011 Guarantefd to the most tmurari ™ v u ever. New Photo Method Directions show how Toni wavei many lypw of hair in at liitlt •i 30 m COMPUTE SIT NEW TONI SPIN CURLERS No more rubber b»n<3«—all pla»l« — a!l-itvon« I Grip* . spin* . . . IrvrV? with a flick of the finger. Makes every wav» from now on l«ite as easy I Included In thit offer— Toni Crern* Rmte to make your Toru wavt even lovelier I We can offer you i n season a complete line of evergreens, flowering shrubs, fruit trees. .. Ireesand planls which are lOO^i guaranteed. Then, in addition, if you are interested in a complete landscaping joh, we offer FREE • full scale sketch of the hous« and grounds (o suggest to you ways of planting your trees and shrubs. Come in soon. Our Opening Special Regular $3.50-S4.00 GARDENIAS $1.25 * 3 years old • 30-36" Plants KIRBY DRUG STORES Blytheville, Ark. BLYTHEVILLE NURSERY SALES Across tht Street From rh« Rustic Inn

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