The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 7, 1949 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 7, 1949
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FRIDAT, OCTOBER T, 1949 BLYTHEVTLLB (ABKJ COURIER NEWS PAGE PIVE Jane Shelton, 1 Society Editor Phone 4461 Members, Guest Feted At G. V. Daws Home. 'Mrs. Russell E. Rlales and Mrs. C, B. Edds were guests yesterday with members of the Blytheville Roolt Club when Mis. G. V. Daws was hostess to the group at her home. A low crystal bowl holding a copious arrangement of yellow chrysanthemums and orchid periwinkles centered the dining table, n'lxed fall flowers were placed throughout the home. In the games Mrs. O. O. Elkins won high, Mrs, Russell Wevt second znd Mrs. Riales low. A dessert course and coffee was served at the > conclusion of the games. • Dessert Bridge Fetes Octette Club, Guests Mrs. John C. McHaney, Mrs. Homer Wilson, Mrs. A. a. Hall and Mrs. W. O, Cates were guests yesterday with members of the Octette Club when Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Sr., was hostess to the group at her home on Bnrfleld Road for a dessert bridge The group was seated at Individual tables centered with bine crystal vases holding pink rosebuds. Iri the games Mrs. McHaney won high among the guests with Mrs Cates winning second. Mrs. Marvin Nunn won high amons the members with Mrs. Kills winning second. Pottery vases holding foil flower, were placed in the entertaining rooms. TWO PART TIME Bits of News Mrs. Johnson Guest At TN Club Meeting Mrs. Ralph Johnson was gues when Mis. Carlos Deal honored tlv TN Club at her home yesterday. 'potted plants were placed in the entertaining rooms In which the bridge games were played with Mrs Johnson winning high, and Mrs Gordon Henley bridge. . A fruit cup was served precedlni the games with cake and coffe' served at the conclusion of the aft ernoon. . * • • Mrs. Gilbow Entertains Avalon Club, NeW Membe Mrs. VV. E. Cherry became a ne • member of the Avalon Bunco Clu yesterday at the meeting in til home of Mrs. Bill Gilbow. In the bunco games Mrs. Gilbo won high witii Mrs. W. J. Cupplc .whining low and Mrs. Eddie Foi bunco. .. . Assorted autumn flowers decorate the entertaining rooms. Mrs. Gilbow served a dessert cours during the afternoon. ..,, * * » •Mrs. Barker Is Hostess To Thursday Night Club Mrs. Holland Aiken won high wit Mrs. N. W. Kyle winning rooko the games of the Thursday Nie Club at the weekly meeting at the home of Mrs. Buriis Barker. Pottery vases holding various l>ued flowers were arranged in the home. During the afternoon refreshments were served. * r- * Mid-Week Club Meets At J, Louis Cherry Home Mrs. J. Louis Cherry \va.s hasto.s.s to the Mid-Week Club yesterday at her home.. • Bud vases holding rosebuds centered the Individual tables .with dihlias and fall floral arrangements -, placed In the home to complete the setting. Mrs. Cecil Shane won high with Mrs. M. O. Usrey winning second in the afternoon's games. Mrs. Cherry served her guests refreshments after the game.';. Mrs. Abbott Compliments Miss Luna B. Wilhelm Mrs. c. M. Abbott entertained last night with a party at her lionie on Armorel Road In compliment to Miss Luna B. Wilhelm with whom she is beglning a new year teaching in the Sunday School of the First Baptist church. The guests spent, the evening in party games after which gifts were presented the honorcc.' Miss Wilhelm was presented lingerie from her hostess. A salad course was served by Mrs. Abbott. 8523 10-20 By Sue Burnett For your bucy social program all vintcr—a charming two piece style o glamorize YOU! The (igure- mggliig top has scallops for ecig- iijj, a perky bow in beck—the goied iklrt Is the delight of every home iewer. Pattern No. 8523 is a sew-iite perforated pattern in sites 10. 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20. Size 12, 4M yards of 39-inch. . For this pattern, send 25 cents, n COINS, your name, address, size desired, .and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News 530 South Wells Stret, Chicago 7, 111. The Fall and Winter FASHION ts a complete guide in planning • wearable fall wardrobe. New—excit- Mrs. Prank Wolsey has returned from Cape Glrartieau wheve she spent several days with relatives and friends. Mrs. R, L. Porter of Jonesboro Is visiting here as guest of lier daughter, Mrs. A. S. Gilbert and family Mrs. Jennie Keenon of Monroe La., Is visiting here as guest of lici son, Ralph Keenon, and Mrs. Kee non. Mrs. Keenon will return to lie. home Jn two weeks. The Rev. and Mrs. W. F. Coole; and children, David and Carol ar rived last night to spend Severn days as guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. E Oooley and Mr. and Mrs. M. T Moon. A daughter, Mrs. E. D. Beale Mr. Beale and son of Wilson visltcc the Coolcy family last night. Tlie came especially to visit-the Rev and Mrs. Cooiey and family, Mrs. A. S. Gilbert and cliildrei LaDqn and '-"lennis, and Mrs. S. I Porter will be the week-end guest in Jonesboro 'of Mrs. Bob Doric and Mrs. Jolw ] Guin. Mrs. Russell Phillips, accompan led by Michael Alexander, will lenv tomorrow for Memphis. Michae will return to his home after a visl with his grandparents. Mrs. Phi! lips will Join a party of friend Sunday when they will leave fo Chicago for several days visit, ah will spend a week in Battle Crcc Mich., before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Kirk of Jones boyo are the guests of Mr. and Mr J. P. Hasey and family. . Mrs. B. F. Roush and sons, Era est Jr., and Odie, arrived last nigl from Tampa, Fla., to spend tw weeks here as gue.sUs of O. A. Rous and family. Mr. and Mrs. Rube Carson an nonnce the birth of a daughte by, which is their second child, hn Monday at Walls Hospital. The ha been named Sharon "Jane. The have a son, Ricky. Mrs, Car.son the former Miss jane Castllo. , Mr. and Mrs. George'Stthvell ai daughter Sarah Bob spent Wedne day in Memphis where Sarah B< consulted her dentist, she ing—Informative. Free pattern | &Dle lo return to school Monday, printed inside the book. '25 cents. Miss Daisy Minton has reluviv Mrs. Scherer Is Hostess To Thursday Rook Club Mrs. Leon Scherer was hostess to the Thursday Riok Club at the C. O, Scherer home yesterday for the weekly meeting.. .., '.. : ..-•. In tlie games Mrs. Drover Wren won high, Mrs. Dale Horn second and Mrs. Harold Kinson rcoko. Roses arranged in pottery bowls were placed'In the home. Pie and cottee was served during the Rllernoon.. Goswe// WSCS Conducts Regular Meeting Seven members and one new member, Mrs. Emery Wright, attended the meeting of the W-S.C.S. of Die Gosncll Methodist Church yesterday at the church at ?.:JQ p.m. Mrs. Leslie Reams led the opening prayer. * Mrs. Harold Medlln presided over the business projects and discussed. Mrs. Lee Hill presented material on the Week of. Prayer with an open discussion being held. Mrs! Henderson Hall led the n'.s'- missal prayer. • » Coming Events Civic Calendar Friday FOOT! AT .I,: Chicks vs pine Bluff here 7:30 p.m. from SI. Louis where she spent several days "as guest of friends and relatives. Mrs. Einuia Arnold of Fifty-Six,, Ark., is visiting here'as guest ol her i church's sister, Mrs. S. R. Watts. This U the following One huge Douglas fir tree in California Is estimated to contain more than 40,000 board [ect of lumber. meeting with new church work being eft $3,000 for the marker to be Inscribed thus: 15.50-17.25: cutter an common bull* 13.oo-15.00; good a "'He kept, the bonks and your choice vealerj 27.00-33.00: strict! tioncy safe,' President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Grand Forks, N. Dak,, Oct. 4, 1937." O'Connor helped author many of e New Deal's early banking reforms, Including the federal deposit insurance law. The will listed O'Connor's estate only "in excess of JIO.OOO" but lawyers said that it was more than $100,000. A bachelor, the Judge died here Sept. 28 at the age of 62. extremely scarce;! Livestock I _ „ „ —Courier New> Fhotoi COTTON FASHIONS MODELED—Here Is the "queen of Cotton Fashions" and her court wearing some of the many garments .shown during the Clothing from Cotton Bugs Fashion Show presented Walker Park this afternoon on the National Cation Picking Contest program sponsored by the BlytJicville Junior Chamber of Commerce. • At left Is the queen—Miss Mary Ellen Stafford, 'who also is "Miss Blyllieville of 1940," modeling a :\vo-piece cotton ensemble. Standing beside the car In the lower center inset Is Miss Barbara Smith, one of the "Maids," wearing a street, dress. In the lower letl photo is Miss Freda Smith, (left), the other "Maid," modeling lounging pajamas, and Miss Stafford, wearing a playsult. These articles of apparel were part of a 20-plece wardrobe, provided by tlie National Cotton Council ol Memphis. Miss Sue Reid of Memphis, fashion .stylist for the Cotton Council, was commentator .during the style show. In the photo at upper right are the Iwo "Junior Maids" and the "Page" modeling winning entiles In the Clothing from Cotton Bags Contest. They -re (left to right) Gregg Hammock, son of Mr. Mrs. Gilbert D. Hnmmock, and Jr.: Jeanne Ann Crook, daughter of Mr. and Mr.y Barney Crook; and Ltina Kay Towles, daughter of Mr. and Airs. Herman Towles. Hnrry Levltch whs chairman of the Clothing from Cotton Bags Contest and was assisted by Mrs. Hammock In staging both the con' test and the si/le show. • A group of Blythevllle girls also modeled other winning entries In the cotton bnRs contest during the style show. 1st Methodists Plan Drive to Raise $65,000 , The first quarterly conference tor the now conference • year for the First Methodist -Church wns conducted las night by. the Rev. E. B. Williams, superintendent of the first reunion or the two ..sisters In nineteen years. . ' Mr.'-rand Mrs. 'Percy Lance and family : of Memphis "is'-spending a few days here as guests of Mr. Lance's sister, Mrs. Li. G. Boron, the Rev. Boarh and family. Foot/" Is Theme Of Armoref H. O. Meeting "Pood" was the theme of Iho Arrnorcl Home Demonstration Club at their meeting yesterday ^t the home of Mrs. Sam Hit nicy. Preceding the business meeting a potluck supper was hold. The' meeting was opened with the singing of "America. 1 ; Pencil mem- Ijer answered the roll call with what it takes to make R good breakfast, Mvs. Gertrude HolUmnn spoke to the group on nutrition and the seven basic foods. Jonesboro District this session the board of stewards for the local vchurch approved plan.*? for a $65,000 campaign to provide luiKls to complete-a. new sanctuary. Trie campaign will get under way October 30 ItnmedinteVy "following ground breaking ceremonies. - Bid forms how are in the hands of contractors and the contract is to be awarded soon. More than $125,000 is available at this time to be applied on the building program which included both a sancluarj and a now parsonage. Work on the parsonage at Ninth and Walnut streets is to get under way this week, or next.' Dell Kiwanis Club To Sponsor New Boy Scout Group An Explorer Post iins been formed at Dell under the sponsorship ol the Klwnnls Club, A. B. Cnldwcll, ^resident, announced lodny. Tiie club nlso sponsors troop No. 255 ot the Boy Scouts, from which the new Post wns formed. Merrill L. Oahurn has been unmeet advisor to the post, but the Explorers Posts, senior scouts, depend more on member / lefidei-ship than fldi'H. F. G. [.evri.s is;" committee chairman and. Floyd . M. 'fate and U. S. "Blankcnship complete the the church school; Hnrvey Morris, c.hariie lay leader and chairman of the board; the Rev. Mr. Baslcy for Mrs. W. L. Homer, president of the Woman's Society of Christian Education; Mi3. Fred Stendman, president of the Wesloyan Guild; Jac'slc fetes, president of the Methodist Youth Fellowship, aiui the two local i. preachers, Bobby Edwards and. Cal ! Gc.ssett. Judge io Have Tribute 3y fDR on Tombstone LOS ANGELES, Get, 7. <AP> — The late Federal Judge J. F, T, O'Connor thought .10 highly ol ilbule paid him by Franklin D. flooscvelt that It will be Inscribed on tlie tombstone of the Now Deal's "irst comptroller of currency, Tho Jiirlst's will,' Hied'yesterday, troop cbmnuulee. . Mr. Gnlclwcll' '3 as Institutional representative lor both the Explorer Post ami the Scout Troop. fn the Scout Troop, which was re-registered at the same time the new post wns formed; Eudcll Ncw- sovn. is scoutmaster; Harry- Cook, assistant scoutmaster, and Noble Gill, committee chairman. Other troop eommlttcemen are: Dallas BrownleCi -'ohn M. Stevens, Jr., Ed lianlin and Ilussell Gill, . NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. Oct. 7. W'»—(USDA) — Hogs 9,000; market active; weights over 100 lb' and sows fully steady with overage Thursday; lighter weights 25 to 50 higher; bulk good and choice 200280 Ibs 18.25-50; top 18.50 freely; heavier weights scarce; odd lots 270-300 Ibs 17.50-13.00; 180-100 Ibs 18,00-25; HO-1TO Ibs mostly 18.2518.00; 100-130 Ibs ill odd loU 14.3510.00; good sows 400 Ibs down 16.0017.25; heavier iws'14.50-15.76; stags 11.50-14.00. Cattle 1,000; calves 800; generally about steady In cleanup trade; common «nd medium heifers and mixed butcher yearlings largely 16.0022,00; odd head good 25.00 or better; common and medium cows 14.001625; canncrs and cutters (0.5014.00; odd hend good • ws 15.60 and above; medium and good bulls BONDED RADIO REPAIR !''or the first time in Bly- heville, , we offer you BONDED RADIO RBI'AIR SKRVICE. Every job bonded by an indemnity company which stands.behind our guarantee s. \VH V TAKE LESS THAN THE BEST? Piano Tuning AND REPAIR We use the famous STRO- BOCONN in our tuning service. WHY TAKE LESS THAN THE BEST? PIANOS NEW AND USED MUSIC INSTRUMENTS- SHEET MUSIC— - RECORDS Show SlarlJ 7:00 Kox Office Opens 6:45 •' Opens Sunday l;00; Starts 1:IS Continuous Shows Sit- & Suit Bargain Nljlit Ever; Night ' Except Saturda; No passes honored un Sundaj at Ho*y Theatre Last Time Today The Sun Comes Up with Jeanette MacOonalrl anil Claude Jarman. Jr. Selected Short Subjects Saturday Everything in Music BROOKS MUSIC STORE 107 E.' Main Tel, 811 Serial "Rockttmtn" No. B & Short I Conl. Showing Sat. IZ:30-11;3» Sunday & Monday (DOUBLE FEATURE) <£fe= - ^ ,..._»_ Fox News - : :'- Cont Show Sun! •1:30-^11:00 At the quarterly conference ses-I Delegate.; were• named to attend sion last night the pastor, the Rev. Roy 1. Bagley Announced tVtivt.27 new members had been received since June and that tlie church now has a membership of 1,414. Other reports were submitted by In the business meeting final dls- ' William Wyatl, superintendent of ciissions were made on the fair •••^^ L booth. the District Conference to bo cbii- , ducted in ,"TO Dcccmbcv 1. Those. Include: Mr. Morris, Gus Eberdt, Mrs. Horner, the pastor and the two local preachers, . Herschel Jackscn, Jack Robinson and Wagner Adams, No Longer Wllil Although silkworms are not found wild today in any part of the world, it Is certain that they had their orlgfn somewhere In the Orient. At The Hospitals B'ylhrvlllc I^jpiUl Dismissed: C. ¥,. Atkinson East Prairie, Mo. Mrs Kenneth Walters, City E. T. Sellers, City Walls Hospitnl Dismissed: Mra O. E. Storey, Stecle Mrs. Mary Jett and baby, Stcele Baby Storey, Slccle Belinda Trumble, city Mrs. Rube Carson and baby. City Ground-swells usually occur along shallow coasts and olten In fair weather. AMAHN6WM.160VWIH6 HOftKf KtrcHCHS, 6/tTHf, . 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