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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 22, 1950
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PACK TWO BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1980 . JIM Sbeltun, Society Editor Phone 4461 TO WEI) — Miss Birdie W.S. Rader, Jr., To Wed Texarkana Resident 'Announcement of the engagement ft^d approaching marriage of Miss Birdie land'Wright of Texarkana, Ark., "to William S. Rader, Jr., of Blythevile Is made today by the bride-elect's 'aunt, • Mrs. Sain D, Lane of Texarkana. Miss Wright is the daughter of Mrs. M. A. Wright Land Wright of ana the late Mr. Wright of New Texarkana is Orleans. Mr. Rader is the son of ,, ' . ., , t Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Rader of CInrks- u e ,!?!'.„ vile. ol William S. 'The vows will be exchanged in Racier, Jr., .of "S Ju n,«' , , „, Blytlieville. Mr.. .The' bride-elect -vai graduated „ , from Texarkana High School and lia(lcr . loimeiy, afjended Hendrlx college, Con way ly of CliU'KS- ahd the • University • of Arkansas, villc is now as- 1 Fayettevllle. While r. student nt the <. n ,,j.|ip f i ,,, ; i u University Miss Wright became a »" Ll11 lt - u " ' L " member ol Delta Delta Delta social the law firm, sorority.' She Is now a faculty Held and Roy. member of the Texarkana school T| )e nuptial S 'MrT:'R B der received a B.A. from v °"'* wil1 1)e the College of the Ozarks. Ciarks- said, in early ville, and was graduated in Jan- June. un'ry from the School of Lavi\ University of Arkansas, where' he was a member of PI Kappa Alpha fraternity,. Sludent, Bar Association and Arkansas. Student Political League. He was elected to Who's Who Among'American Universities ' and'Colleges. During the war he served with the Army Air Corps. He is now associated in the practice of law with the firm of Reid and Roy. Miss .Wright Honored With Birthday Party Sixteen guests attended the party honoring the nintli birthday of Miss Eloise Wright Monday night at'Miss Wright's home near L\ix- ora. Potted plants were placed in the entertaining and dining "rooms of the'home for the occasion. The evening was snent Informally after which'Miss Wright cut and served the cake with assorted party foods. Miss Mamie Lou Permentcr 'of Osceola was an out of town guest. • • •. '• Mrs. Huey Entertains ' Lucky Rook Club The Freeman Huey home was the •ettihg yesterday for the weekly meeting of the Lucky Rook Club. The afternoon was spent in the entertaining room which was decorated with potted plants. ' Mrs. J. O. Huey won high score In the rook game with Mrs. Cecil Priest, winning second . high " and Mrs. B. F. McCann, rooko. At the conclusion of the game, Mn. Huey sened a sandwich plate. • • • V ••';'..'• •• 'V '• / [ ' ^' '• t ' • ' • Porter Home Setting For Friday Club Meeting Tjie weekly dessert-bridge meeting • of the Friday Club was held yesterday at the R. A. Porter home on 10th Street with all members of the club attending. The afternoon was spent in play- Ing bridge at Individual tables arranged in the spacious : entertaining room of the home. Bouquets or spring flowers in vari-shades were Bet In the room and throughout the home. During the afternoon, Mrs. Farris McCalla .won-high score and also bridge. Second high was won by Mrs. Oscar Fendler. HD Club Meets; One Guest Attend: .' Mrs. Gertrude Holiman, home demonstration agent, was guest with eight members ol the Flat Lake -Home Demonstration Club yesterday when the group met at the club house for a business meeting. The meeting was opened by the president, Mrs. c. M. Abbott, read ing the poem, "The Making o Friends," this was followed will prayer by Mrs. O. R. Rcdford. The eye opener for the afternoon was a 48 cup coffee maker, a git to the club house. Each member answered the rol call by telling what she hail done during the clean-up camp.' -i Mrs. Iverson Morris, garden chairman, and Mrs. Holiman. spoke concerning the control of insects. A business session was conducted by the president during which Mrs Holiman presented the books and pamphlels to Mrs. Evelyn Plunkett club librarian, for the club library! Mrs. . Essie Davis directed the social hour following, during which refreshment were served. High School Honor List s Announced The honor roll and honorable nentlon for the second .six weeks if the second semester at IJlythe- 'Ille High School Is announced today by W. L>. Tommey, principal. Honor roll — Bonnie Nell Mc- 2ormick, Murray Smart, Laura lemby, John Wilks, Shirley King, Vivian Patterson, Marilyn Dougherty, Ren, Harold DanEeLs. Vivian Jones, Ann Perry, Howard ligginson, Patsy pope, Peggy Gilmer, Bobby OrsLnirn. Jimmy Wcid- mntv Margery Hale. Edward Pip- on, J.-B. Riggs, Linda rjunch. Mcl- Ja Hill, Fruma Borowsky,. Jo Alice McGllEre, Stanley Xellner, Alan Jerry, Monsi Gaincs, Carol Bailey, Shannon Langley. Roberta Luns- ord, 'Delano McMillcn, Charles Kinningham. Sondra Long, Irene "ilcCook, Pat Burks, Alnn Bush, ,1nry Sue Watkins, Nancy Hamll- X)n, Merry Nell Lane, Larry Ashley, Buddy Phillips, Maxine Hipp, Johnny LoggiiiSi Belly Lovelace, Rose ~'arrish, and Nnncy Shlvely. Honorable mention — Shlrely x>velace. Larry Baker, Allene Wim- >erly, Sue Orsburn. Dick Reid, jouise Sullivan, Tommy Harrison, Charles Prichard, Betsy De'll.Win- )ibeth Buckley, Graham Sudbury, Patty .Bartholomew. Bonia 'Slank- ird, Bob Blodgctt, Martha Simpon, velma' Sharp, Rosemary Monighan. Robert Crafton, Lula Wayne Alston, Mary Lynn Smith, Betty Horber, Emadele Swcarengen, Nancy Damon, Johnny O'Brien, Freda Becknell, Max Hill, Mona Goodrich, Patty prlvett, Jan Rnyder, Jim Gosselt. Roger Lum, Evelyn Jo Hudson, Billy Dean Jackson, Jim- nita Overman, Dixie Sutlon, Tlarry Fritzus, Tommy Holder, Billy Mick, Kathryn Painter, Ruth Hale. Bettye Knipple, Albert Fairficld, Warren McChire, Colman Borowsky Shirley Sheppnrd, pat Heam, Sue Hooper. Anna Belle Garner, MnO J*. Eaton, Reba Beaslcy. Fran Goodson, Carolyn Lintzenich, John Robinson. Arthur Mitchell and Kathryn Winnie Martin. tin. Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Mrs. Tom Brittian hostess to Lone Oak HD Club. Lake Street WSCS meets Church at 2:30 p.m. . First Baptist Circles meet; Circle One, Mrs. Russell Mnrr, circle Two Mrs, Charles Ncwcomb; Circle Three Mrs. J. F. Owens; Clcle Four, Mrs fl. E. Van Hooscr; Circle Five, Mrs E. F," Blomeycr and Circle Six, Mrs J. W. Portlock'. Tuesday Mrs. O. S. Crowell hostess to La Petite. TLE Club honored by Mrs. J. F Scrape. Mrs. James 'icrry hostess to Trl- Town Bridge Club. . Wednesday Delphian Society meets at 10 a m at Hotel Noble. Mrs. George Favnti hostess to p.m. Beta Lambda Club at 7 :30 Mrs. Paul Lloyd entertains High Two Club. Alpha Beta Bunco meets with ,Irs. Ulm. . Chapter "D" of PEO Sisterhood entertained with 1 p.m. luncheon at James C. Guard home. Mrs Guard ant! Mrs. C. P. Rambo host- Mrs. Thursday ' Blan : Heath entertains Baptist Crusade To Be Concluded Thursday Luncheon club. Thursday Night Club meets with Mrs. Don Haley. 20th Century Club meets at Hu at 9 p.m. Hosts and hostesses art Mr. and Mrs. Dale Briggs, Mr. anc Mrs. F. E. Utley and Mr. and Mrs Newton Whitls, Mr. and Mrs. Char les Blttner, Dr. gnd Mrs. W T Rainwater. Mrs. Harold Wright hostess t Avalon Bunco club. .Mrs. Neville Blakemore entertain with 1 p.m. luncheon feting Thur day Hooi-. Club. • Mrs. A. E. Henry hostess ' Double Four Bridge Club. Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr., enter tains Kibitzer Club. Friday Mrs. W. F. Fitzgerald hostess Promised Land HD club. Lucky Rook meets with Mrs. Cei Mrs. Russell c. Parr hostess t Friday Contract Club. Club"' James Roy cnterl »in Prld The concluding services of the 'iCrusade for Christ" meetings, which have been in progress since April 3 in iver SOOfl Baptist Churches west of the Mississippi, will be concluded at the First Church and Calvary Church of Blytheville tonight and tomorrow. Twenty Bao- iist Churches o[ the County have participated in the crusade. Tonight has been designated Crurch Night at the First Baptist, 'i spccia. '•ophasis being placed on the attendance r"cord. The Rev E. c. Brown, p.istor. will lef.;'. u ie '. last three services ol the meeting More thrcn >0 additions have been reported In the county. One Good Pat Deserves DETROIT, April 22. </}>) - Afte three years of marriage Mrs Pa tricia J. Stephens came (o div court Thursday. A decree — unconteslcd — wa granted x aftcr she tcstlfleciithat he husband • Robert "used to think was very funny to kiss the dog. gi, me a pat on the head, and walk 01 the door." Cranberry sauce Is delicious sen ert with pork, duck, or chicken well as with turkey. Bits of News Condition of Mrs. Henderson Hall, ho has been ill for the past three 'eeks at her home at the Air Base, s reported unchanged. Pvt. Myron Clayton Priest of Port iley, Kan., Is visiting here as guest f his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil 'rlest and brother, Johnny, pvt; 'rlest has just completed leader- hip school at Port Rlley. He will eport for ski trooper training- in ilnska following his return to camp. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Stovall of Uytlicville returned yc.sterdny from -ittle Rock where they attended a wo-day convention of the Arkanas Funeral 'Directors. Condition of Mrs. W. P. McDahlcl, •ho was removed to her home on sh Street Thursday from Blythe- il!e Hospital, where she had been ndergolng treatment, is reported atlsfactory. W. H. Slovall Jr., and Chuck Rcc- or, bolt: students at the College f Mortuary Science, St. Louis, have rrivert to be the weekend guest of vlr, Stovall's parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. H. stovnll. Mrs. John Moses and children, Sherry and Lnfkin. left this after- loon for their hoine in Mojnds 11., after visiting here as guests of Mr*. Moses' parents, Mr. and Mrs A. G, Shibley and sisters. Missc.' sfijhlnc rfncl Ginnle Shibley. Mrs. C.B Daggett of Mariana if siflng here ns guest of her dnu?h- er, Mrs. Dick J. While, and Mr Vhite. Mrs. DaRRett came esnccinl y to speak to the Arkansas Duplicate Bridge League at thr-ir inrct- ngs Thursday night and this.after noon. Mrs. Da^RClt plans bo return o her home Monday Homer Hnbn nf Koknmo. Ind. inci Mrs. M. S. Hahn of Lutes an ^ts of their sister and daughter Mrs. W. B. Yount, the Rev.' Mr Yoimt and family. Mr. Hahn an Mrs. Hahn plan to remain for week. Mrs. D. H. Bradford of' Hebe Snrinps is the weekend gurst of daughter, Mrs. Rosco Crafton, Mr Cr"'tfln and family. Mr. and Mr-. E. D. Fertnison hav returned from Cnpc Glranleau. Mo where thev spent two days attmc] Ing the Southeast MLvioiirl L bermen's Convention. While ther they were guests of Mr. Ferguson cousins, Mr. and Mrs. William Fer gnson. Dr. and Mrs. P. L. Tipton, forme Blythevllle residents, are visitln here as guests of Mrs. H. L. Cham bers. Dr. and Mrs. Tipton hav seen visiting points of Interest In Florida and Alabama for several months. They will spend some tlmr Two Local Girls Queen Nominees Joanne Campbell, daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. H. R, Campbell, and MI.W elly Holland, daughter of Mrs A . Holland ol Blythevllle, are In- uded In the eleven nominees for Keen of GAEBALE this year at the "nlversity of Arkansas. Miss Campbell is a candidate from >avls Hall. A junior marketing ma- or, she was one of the Maids to ic Engineering Queen last month, as a Mnld of Cotton Candidate^ rid was selected Cover Girl for the lagadne, Southern Coach and thletc. She Is a 1950 Rajjorback Jeauty. Miss Holland, who Is a candidate f Holcombe Hall, Is a freshman ducntlon major and served as drum lajorelte for Blythevllle High icliool. The contest will be held May 6lh n connection with the annual prine Festival of the school. .The election of GAEBALE queen U'one f the five major events of the prlng carnival. BY FHIX CARNEY "A girl doein'l mind a strong, lilent man if he ha* plenty of money to do the talking far Kim," Nobody admires a strong, silent radio. If you have trouble telling the stations you want to' hear , . . if your'radio just won't pick them up ... then you need the expert repair service of Blythevllle Sales Co. Call 3616 and we'll pick op your set, fix it up promptly, and return it to you . . . all at very moderate cost. Call us. FOR f REE ESTIMATES TELEVISION & RADIO SALES AND SERVICE Tf fish is "drawn." it means llic insicies liavo been removed; \f it is "dressed" the head, tail, and fins nre removed. AMMONIA FERTILIZER EQUIPMENT 1,000-Gallon Storage Tanks wilh all hose and BarksaaleMfg.Co South Broadway Phone 2911 OF CHRIS* at Highway 61 w f 11. F. SHARP, Evangelist Daily Radio Program 12:15-12:30 Weekly Sunday 8:30-0:00 A.M. KLCN You Are Cordially Invited To Attend BIBLE CLASSES For All Sunday 9:50 You Ar« Welcome SERMONS: Sunday Morning: "A Great Cloud of Witnesses." Sunday Kvcning: "Meditations on Hebrews." WHERE CHRIST AND CHRISTIANS MEET CHURCH OF CHRIST Light Music Festival VIENNA (AP) — Beginning this umincr, an operetta festival will >e held annually In Bad Ischl as a Ight music counterpart to the Salzburg festival. Bad Ischl. In the American occu- >atton aone, was for' man yyea'rs he home of Franz Lehar composer of "The Merry Widow". I38E MAINST BLYTHEVIllE A»X Fish and seafoods, like meat and poultry, are excellent sources ol protein and they also supply certain vitamins and minerals. in Missouri and Tennessee following their Blytheville visit. ; Tom Secoy of Webster Groves Mo., spent. the past few days in Blytheville as guest of Mr. and Mrs A. G. Little. Mr. Secoy Is now visit- Ing in Marion as guest of relatives prior to returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Burnett* are spending the weekend in Tiptonville, Tenn. While there they wll join a fishing party at Reelfool Lake. Mrs. O. C. Ganske.and Mrs. Jack F. Robinson spent Thursday I West Memphis as guests of relatives Condition of Roger Alvin Graham son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Alvin Graham of Steele, who has been quite 111 at Walls Hospital for the past several days with pneumeiiltis, Is reported much Improved. SPORTS TOO Mist America of '50 , Will Hold'51 Title ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., April 22. >y—Little lady, you don't stand a lance of becoming Miss America 950. There won't be any. But dry your tears. The annual emity pageant will be held as sua! this September, only the winner will be called Miss America, 1951, The current beauty queen, Jacque fercer of Phoenix, Ariz., Is Miss merica, 1849. The board decided to kip a number, so that the misses merica won't have to wear last ear's title eight months. By bue Burnett An easy to sew sports outfit in three parts that's' as young and appealing as can be. Scallops finish the brief top and well fitting shorts; the dirndle skirt can be complete' in no time. Pattern No. 8163 comes in sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20. Size 12 top, H yard or 35 or 39-inch; shorts l'/l yards; skirt, Mi yards. Don't miss the Spring and Summer FASHION. This latest issue is colorful, informative, - ' a completi pattern magazine. Fabric news, fashion tips, a wealth of smart frock to sew for summer are all Included 25 cents. For this pattern, send 25 cents in COINS, your name, address slzi desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER, to Sue Burnett, courier News 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 111. Send 25 cents now for the Spring and Summer FASHION. 48 pages o For prompt personal service , on either laundry or dry cleaning just call 4418. We fake pride in the personal care given to the washing of ycnir clothes and the spotless dry cleaning of your suits and dresses. Try us. 4418 BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY-CLEANERS When cream is marked "light" or coffee cream" It usually contains 8 to 20 per cent fat; "heavy" cream suolly contains from 36 to 40 per ent fat. ew styles, fabric news,'special fea- ures. Free pattern printed inside book. At The Hospitals Klylheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. W. T. Davis, City. Dorothy Mae Johnson, Steel*. Mis. Edward McGregor, City. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Pete Veld, Steele. Warren Jameson, Jr., Hayti. James E, Buckman, Bt. 3. Mrs. Walter Atclileson and tab*. Hornersville. Baby Campbell, city. "Say It With f towers" ISiytheville FLOWER MART Memphis Htwa? Pbonc GEM Rirz Shows Now at Roxy While tile KIT/ THEATRE is un- !er construction this summer, you enjoy your best pictures at KOXY THEATRE where we have just Installed AIR CONDITIONING. We will run CONTINUOUS SHOWS every day in the week The Best In Entertainment Every Day Today Only THUNDERING YOUR WAY! ibQUMN- Now at Gem The Gem Theatre will be offn every night wilh continuous Bhowt on Saturday and Sunday Today Only Serial: Last Episode of "Hndar 1 Patrol" and CartooB Sunday & Monday —DOUBLE FEATURE— iOHHNmcK BROWN BOH GMt AUIED ARUMS tROOUCTlOH Serial: Last Episode of "Sir Galahad" and Cartoon plus ' BOB RHONDA HOPE-FLEMING G^ : Vt • a ho Metro News , ^j- RENT A CAMERA Low Rates on Box or Flash Cameras Call 3647 — West Mnin BARNEY'S DRUG STORE GASOLINE — TRACTOR FUEL — KEROSENE FUEL OIL — DIESEL FUEL OIL & GREASE G. O. POETZ OIL CO. 2089—Phone—2089 Office: 116 W. 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