The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 24, 1950 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 24, 1950
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TACT FOOTt BLYTHKV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, APRIL 24, 1950 <? • 4 &ocielu Shelton, Society Editor § PhoM 4461 Donahue Weds •jln Piggott Ceremony fr Ml» Inez Donahue, daughter of !;Mrs. Gladys Donahue of Steele, bc- gfcame'the bride of Chief Boatswain r3ames L. .Collins, son of Mr. and f Mrs. Frank Collins of Steele In a I ceremony performed April n In Piggott, with Judge T. A. French {officiating. .1- Mrs. Kelly Joe Rhoades attended -as matron of honor and only al" tendant. t .Kelly Joe Rhodes served as best /man. ' • Following a brief wedding trip U> points of interest in Tenne.ssee, Mr. ' Collins and his bride will be at , home in Havana, Cuba while Mr. i Collins is in service. ' Mrs. Collins was recently select- S ed "Miss Steele of 1950." \ First Birthday Observed j With Party for Six Guests 4 The first birthday of Tommy 5 Barnes, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Utliro ", Barnes,, was celebrated Saturday afternoon with a parly at the >f ,Barnes home on East Main for six ; little guests. i The, afternoon was spent in the • entertaining rooms and yard of the ' home. Clusters of multi-hued hal- . loons marked the archway of the > entertaining room with balloon groups being arranged at intervals t around-'the rooms of the home ; These balloons were presented as • favors to the guests. t During the afternoon, trie birth • ! cake, which held a single light i ed candle, was cut and served with j. Ice creamT-^ J Pictures were" 1 made triroughou , the afternoon. , i Mrs. was assisted In dl | reeling the afternoon's activities b; 1 Miss Luella Barnes, i Judy White ol Concord, N.O., wh ; with her mother, Mrs. James White 7 Is visiting here as guest of Mrs '--White's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C "-'Thompson, was an out-of-towr i guest. 1 Coming Events Social Calendar VERSATILE STYLE Bits of News ' By bue Burnett A simple yet extremely charming 'rock for. daytime weur that you :an put together with. ease. Yoke and sleeves are all in one, the front closing ends just below the waist. Pattern No. - 8594 is a sew-rite perforated -pattern in sizes 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44'and ;46. Size 34, 3T4 yards of 35 or 39-lnch'." ; .For this pattern, send 25 .cent 1 ;, 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. \ Tuesday • BWO of Circle Three of Calvar t Baptist hurch meets with Mrs. L. C j Rolllson, 119 Rollison at 7:30 p.m •Sirs.Charles: Upford Is hostess tr "Circle r Pour at her home, 3145 Mar guerite, at 7-30 pjn. •WSCS.of Half Moon MetlwxU Church meets aj'the home of-Mrs W. B.- Tount at 7:30 p m.. - i MrsL'Q. B. CroweU hostess to I Petite: ' '.-•.:. TT.B Club honored by Mrs. J. : Bcrape. Mrs. James Yerry hostess to Tr Town Bridge Club. Wednesday Mrt. Charles .C. Langston hosle to Club Eight at the Country Clu Delphian Society meets at 10 a at Hotel Noble. Mrs. George Favati hostess to- Beta Lambda Club at 7 :30 p.m. Mrs. Paul Lloyd entertains High Two 'Club. Alpha Beta Bunco meets with Mrs. Ulm. . . Chapter :"D" of, PEO Sisterhood entertained with 1 p.m. luncheon at James C. Ouard home. Mrs. Ouard and Mrs. C. P. Rambo hostesses. Thursday Burdette PTA meets at school at 2:30 p.m. Phebean Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church meets with,Mrs.'. Kelton Francis for sunrise breakfast at 7 a.m. at Francis home, 310 Dougan. Mrs. : Blan Heath entertains Thursday Luncheon Club. Thursday Night Club meets with Mrs. Don Haley. 20th Century Club meets- at Hut at 9 p.m. Hosts and hostesses are Mr. and Mrs. F.'E. Utley and Mr. and Mrs. Newton Whltls, Mr. anti Mrs. Charles Blttner. Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Rainwater. Mrs. Harold Wright hostess 'o Avalon Bunco Club. Mrs. A. E. Henry hostess to Double Four Bridge Club. Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr., entertains Kibitzer Club. Friday Ladles Bible Cla-s of'First Methodist Church has monthly business- social meeting at the church at 2:31 p.m. Hostesses are Mrs! E. A. Gocd rich, Mrs. John Moore, Mrs. Maude Hall and Mrs. W. D. Henley. Mrs. W. f. Fitzgerald hostess to Promised Land HD Club. Lost-Cane HD Club Has Meeting - Nineteen members ._ of the Lost Cane ^ Home Demons't'ratlon Club met recently at the club for a business meeting with Mrs. Roy Veach presiding. , ... Mrs. Calvin Smith opened the meeting by presenting the eye opener which was a vanity set. The group sang, "Long, Long Ago" followed by the devotional, which was given by Olodenn Stutls. Roll call was answered by each member telling what she had done during the cleai*up, ILx-up cam- >aign. : Mrs. Gertrude Holiman, home [emonstration agent, spoke to the iroup concerning -the play -tournament, and the celebration of na- ional Home Demonstration week. She also discussed insect control. During the business session, the roup discussed plans for a window display In Manila for the purpose of displaying handicraft work. In the social hour following, Mrs. Edd Bourland and Mrs. Merit Bourlftnd were hostesses. Brad Daniels and son, Larry, of the University of Arkansas, spent the weekend In Memphis with Mr«. Daniels, who Is a patient at the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital. Rev. and Mrs. J. W. York of El- Dorado, 111., were the Sunday guests of the Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Yount and family. Rev. Yoflc conducted the morning services at the Wesley Memorial Church. The Rev. Mr York, who is a retired Methodls minister, is a member of the Northeast Arkansas MethodUt Conference. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Batenbur of Racine, Wis., are visiting here AS guests of Mrs. Batenburg's sister, Mrs. W. D. Godwin and Mr Godwin. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Prichard an son, Charles, Miss Willie Baker Mrs. Eclnn Baker and Mrs. Leslli Schell of Cambridge City, Ind spent Sunday in Parsons, Te'nn Mrs. Schell Is visiting here as gues of her mother, Mrs. Baker, anc other relatives. Drs. Carl and Edna Nies hav returned from Houston. Tex., wher they spent the past three week While there they attended the Na tional Proctological Convention an remained over for a special lectur series. While in' Texas they vlsltet In San Antonio and Midland guests of friends. Mrs. John Gateley and Mrs. Be Rosenburg of Little Rock arrive today to be the guests of Mr. an Mrs. O. S. Crowell and family fo a week. Mrs. O. C. Ganske has returned from Pnrngould where she attended a reunion of Paragould classmates. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Davis have returned from Nashville where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Davis' aunt,-Mrs. Essie Church. Miss Qeorgina Arce spent the weekend In Dyersburg as guest of friends. Condition of C. L. Nabers, who has been III for some time at his home on Walnut, is reported improved. J. O. Roach has been re-admitted to Kennedy General Hospital, Memphis, where he will undergo observation and further treatment. Mrs. Annabell Fill Is able to be out after having been 111 at her home on 10th Street for the past week. • •_ Mr. and Mrs/Leonard J. Strasberg and family of Marlanna and nd who don't understand that a narrlage pattern has to be changed •ith the years. You should expect to be as happy i your marriage after 15 or 20 ears of married life as you were In he beginning. But you shouldn't xpect to be happy In exactly the ame way—or for the same reasons. Save orange halves after Juice has een squeezed out and pack them with mashed sweet potatoes for a uncheou or dinner dish. Season the potatoes with salt, butter or nij<r- ;arine, and a little brown sugar or maple syrup. Heat in a muueriri* oven. .BETTER 'DISPOSITION and BD means Black-Draught, Un l*xallv» thousands prefer for welcome rtntt from constipation. Taken ns deeded. It act* gently anil thoroughly to dispel headache*, llstleasneaa and nausea from 8lu£El»h frOweU, Co«ls a penny or less a doffe. Mude of pure, imported herbs. Children like tasty Syrup of Black-Draught. Get It at your ncarut dealer's. Ask (or form you pi«fcr, powder or granulated. THE FAMILY UXATIVE BLACK-DRAUGHT —Courier News Phoi PICTURED AT AUDITION — Emily Damon, a sixth-grade student at Sudbury School, Is shown at the plnno as she auditions for Mrs. Elizabeth Jarrel Fossey, (center) adjudicator lor the auditions, and Mrs. Fowlston, audition chairman. WE, THfc WOMEN B* KIJTH S'EA Stafl Wriler Ruth MllleV Ai TV Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: James Richard Steel. City. Mrs.'Johnnv s^elton, Gideon. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Bill McClure nnd baby City P. M. Hurst, City. Mrs. Fred Turnage. City. Mrs. Marie McGee. Luxora. Judy Ward, Gosnell. Peggy Qu'erry, Rt. 1. Mrs. Jenny Hoover, Gosnell. Carl Paul, City. Mr. and Mrs. Daye. Silverblatt of Osceola were the weekend guests 01 Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd H. Plorman and family. . Sgt. Elton Lawson, who is stationed at MacDlll Air Force Base Tampa, Pla., arrived Friday to spent 30 day furlough as guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lawson. Sgt. Lawson Is with the criminal Investigation division and has re-enlisted for six years. Mrr and Mrs. Jlmmle Sanders let yesteMay for New York where h will allend a bottlers' advisory council meeting. At the meeting, he will represent bottlers in Arkansas, Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana. They plan to return Friday. Recruit Robert Leon Slvage, son of Mrs. Bessie Sivage of Route One, Manila, has reported to the 10th Inf. Division at Fort Riley, Kas., for 15 weeks basic military train- Ing, It Is announced today. ' Mrs. Denise Campbell of Memphis Is spending several days here ns guest of her mother, Mrs. Anna Mae Sawyers. W. L. Walker Is in Conway attending a meeting of agents of the Farmers Insurance Group to discuss workmen's compensation insurance. He will return tomorrow. Word has been received lu Blythe- vllle of the promotion of Second Lt. Bennett "Dick" Wilson to the rank of First Lieutenant. Lt. Wilson, who Is the son of Mrs. B. B. Wilson of Blythevllle. is stationed with the Auditioning of 30 Young Pianists Gets Under Way in Blytheville Today About 30 piano students were au- Bruce of Keiser. .dltloncd today at the Hotel Noble, under the special program sponsored by the National Guild of Piano Teachers to evaluate, on an individual basis, technique and skill of young pianists. Mrs. Elizabeth Jarrell Fossey, head of the music department at Lambuth College. Jackson, Term., was in Blylhcville to conduct to- lay's auditions, and will audition music students from Joiner and Earle here tomorrow. All auditions vlll be in the Colonial Room of the Hotel Noble. Mrs; Elise Clark is in charge of lie auditkns for the Joiner students, wpl audition tomorrow; and Mrs. S. K. Brent is In charge of the Earle students, scheduled to audition tomorrow afternoon. All auditions are private, with ratings to be for student use only They got under way at 9 a.m. today and were to be completed tomorrow afternoon. Tea Is Scheduled At 4 p.m. tomorrow, a silver, tea honoring Mrs. Fossey and the participating students Is to be conducted In the Mirror Room of the ho tcl, and several of the students wil perform then. Those auditioned today under the direction of .Mrs. Dalton Fowlston Included Richard Strubhar. Edwin Cure, Hardin Cure. Mike Torry. Eva Lee Gruves, Anita Lou Forsvth, Emily Sue Damon, Nan' Miller, Carmelita Hinch, Dora Barnlce Wylle, Kay Jobe. Sue Jobo, Gwendolyn Rhondes, De Wayne Miller. Patty Fowlston, Betty Lee Gnrrntl, Donald Michie and Jimmy Ctillens of Number Nine. Martha Loi- Hunt of Yarbro. Pat Holder, Marilyn Lutes. Billy Lutes and Dorolhy Powell of Burdette and Geneva lappy pattern for her marriage anrt :hat this pattern should be good for a lifetime. Early happiness In marriage Is built on the wonder of at last sharing a life together, on dreams of the future, on the joy of starting a home. Changes .Must Be Made But the fascination of a shared lite soon wears off if new Interests aren't added from time to time The dreams have to be turned into realities if they 'aren't to turn into disillusionment, and new plans have to be made so there is always some worthwhile goal ahead. The joy starting a home has to be replacet by the joy of sharing It with others Marriage grows dull only" for those who fail to grow with the marriage You can't, cut a pattern for marriage that will last through life. That is what I would like to remind the woman who wrote me: "My husband and I were so happy the first few years of our married I life. But we just don't have what: we used to have. If we could just recapture what we had In the beginning and have lost along the wnyi" In marriage you can't go back, and you can't recapture the kind of happiness you started out with. Marriage is an ever-changing relationship, nnd It is a mistake for a woman to think there is only one IW OAK or SUMAC Science has discovered an excellent new treatment for ivy, oak or sumac poisoning. Il's gentle and safe, dries up the blisters in a surprisingly short lime, — often within 24 hours. At druggists, 59* Ask for IVY-DRY A leg ol Iamb takes on \vonderfnl flavor when it Is nibbed with a mixture o(-lemon juice and srattd onion or crushed Earllc for several hours before roasting. 20th Air Force of the Far East on Okinawa. I.t. Wilson plans to return to the United States this fall ' Condition of C, V. Scbaugh, who has been 111 since Saturday at Walls Hospital, remains critical. , I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Russell of St. Louis were the weekend guests of Mrs. Russell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sterling French and family. Mrs. James Rogers, Mrs. Ray Whlttlngton, Mrs. Richard T. Mills and Mtss Vera Goodrich were in Pine Bluff over the weekend where Ihcy attended the state Beta Sigma Phi convention. The group" are a" members of the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. Mrs. Cleo Langston, who formerly made her home In Long Beach. Calif., has arrived In Blythcville to make her home at 1200 Chicknsaw- bn, the former home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Horner. Mr. and Mrs. Homer are now at home at their" recently completed home. 1603 Holly_, Mrs. C. J. Stunrt of Memphis arrived today to visit as guest of her niece, Mrs. Kendall Berry, Mr. Berry and family. Mrs. Berry motorcc Mrs. Stuart to Blythcville. Pat Partlow and Millie 'Ann Bradley, all of Blythcville. Those from surrounding town. Include Judy Cohoon of Holland, Be Thankful For Health Most of us who enjoy good health accept It as a matter ol course. It is only when we have experienced the pnins and suffering that accompany severe illness that we can fully estimate and value the state ot being well. For more than fifty-four years Chiropractic has been delivering RII ever increasing health service to sick and suffering humanity Chiropractic is a separate and distinct health science. The Chiropractor does not lreat r heal or cure. He uses no drugs, and he does not practice medicine, surgery, or osteopathy. His objective is to restore the normal transmission of' nerve force from brain to the various organs, muscles and tissues of the body, by adjusting the vertebral subluxatlon that Is creating interference to such normal transmission nnd causing disease In the body. Renewed health Is the natural result. Lindquist Chiropractic Clinic Phone 3170 615 Chickasawba Street Blytheville, Arkansas Priest. Mrs. Russell c. Pnrr hostess to Friday Contracl Club. itfrs. James Roy entertain Friday Lucky Rook meets with Mrs. Cecil Club. 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