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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 8, 1949
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1949 BU'l'HBVTLLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS (9 . 4 &OC4&U} Jant Shelton, Society Editor - f Miss Higginson Engaged To Jamci Hinton Rogers r . , , »- T'lf «n«gement anfl approach- Ing mtrrlage of Miss Dorothy Jt-nn HiWinson, diugriter of Mr. and Mrs. William Crawford Hlgginson tp -Isroes Hinton Rogers §pn of Mr. »n<l Mr?, franjc A. Rpgere Is announced today by her p»rents, Tht brid(.elect U a graduate pi Bylthevllle High School where slie pacticiptUd in niftny extra-currlp- »l»r activities. She attended Mif; sisslppi st»t« College for Women, Bi Columbus, • Miss., and Is now "" member of the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. Miss Higginson is also assistant advisor to tyu Phi Mu Junior Beta Sigma Phi affiliate. Mr. Rogers U t. graduate oi Blytheville High School and served four years In the Avmy as an Infantry Instructor. He now has extensive farming interests. • Plans for the wedding which be solemnized November 15 will be announced at a later date. * * • Fall Motif Emphasized At Dell Supper Club Dance Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin P. Scott and Mr. and Mrs. James Tldwell were hosts and hostesses to approximately fio members and guests of the Dell Supper club at the American Legion Hut Thursday night. Guests include Dr. and Mrs. Weidon T. Rainwater, Mr. and Mrs. Dtn Blodgett, Mr. and Mrs, John Stevens, Jr., Dick Stacy, James Mctcalf, Hormon Koehler, Mr. arirt Mrs. Bill Kerner, Mr. and Mrs. Oral Hunnicutt and Mr. and Mrs. U, S. Blankenship. Bits of News PAGE FIVE SCHOOL ROOM TOGS for TO UK MAKTUKD —Mr. and Mrs,. William Crawford Higginson today announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Dorothy • Jean Higginson to James Hinton Rogers, son Mr§. Belli Bi»hop »nd Mr. and Urs. Autrey Tyndell of. Antlers, Olcla., ire visiting hert M guests at Mr, »ud Mrs- Abner Bishop and other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mr« allnn Harrison, Jr., announce the birth of a dsugh- ter October 4 at Walls Hospital. l'li« baby, who Is tltelr first child, ias been named Tresea Ann. Mrs. Harrison is the former Miss Sophie Bevil. Mr. and Mi.''- Eugen* Thaxlon and family will be the week-end guests o( their daughter »nd flstev, Miss Dorothy Tlwxton who 1$ a student nurse at St. Bernard's Hospital In jbnesboro, Mrs. J.L. Wright will lem today r her home In, Wlckllffe, Ky,, alter spending several days here as guests of Mr. and Mr», Gllnn Harrison, Sr., and family. Cecil Massey, who la employed »l Big Sandy, Tenn,, Is spending the week-end here with Mrs. Massey «nd family. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hale returned Thursday from Greenville, Miss., where they spent several days. Condition of Sandra Davis, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Davis, who is seriously ill at her home on South 16th Is unchanged. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Eilbanks and Mrs. Mabel smith left today for l-ittle Rock to, visit with James Tucker Eubanks who is a patient at the Crippled Children's Home. His condition is satisfactory. • Miss Mary Jo Hall of Hampton, Va-, will arrive today to visit her Mr. and Mrs. Jack Homsher. and son, Jackie of Lompoc, Calif., are spending a few days here as guests of Dr. and Mrs. James c. Guard and family. The fall motif was emphasised : of Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Rogers. The wedding will be solemnized No- throiighmit the decorations of the ! vemDer Hut with supper being served from "U" shaped tables with the center table being topped with a large crystal bowl holding a display of jk> assorted fruits. Yellow tapers burn- n Ing In crystal holders flanked this arrangement. Assorted hues of fall flowers placed at intervals In the ball room - and reception rooms completed the scene. Silks and Satins Take a trimming As Beauties Model Cotton Apparel By Wllraa noujlas ': :r Courier News Staff Writer Mocking the ld« that it takes silk sll d satin to produce a well-dressed woman, clothes from cotton bags clinrmed mor. ttvivv JWQ specters yesterday at the Cotton Ba 8 s Fashion show presented as a special tea- tine o( the N»tl°n»l Cotton picking Contest Program at Walker Park. ' Thirty-three costumes, ranglrigt— ______ from the form*! to those designed 837 3.12 vr». By Sue Burnett A Heat little round necked lumper for the grade school miss. She'll wear. it .day a tfer day with the blouse Included or brightly colored sweaters. Each requires a minimum of fabric. •. raltern No. 8378 is in sizes 3, 4, o, 6, 8, 10 and 12 years. Size 4, Jumper, 1 y, yards of Si-inch; blouse, ! yard or 39-Inch. For_ tills pattern, send 25 cents, especially and exclusively tor relaxing, wort pmadid IOIW.F, ihc stage bordered with bales Pt cotton. Miss Sue netd, representing the National Cottori Coiliicll at, Memphis for (he secqnd year at the fashion show told, th« story of the fnshion parade as \a$t\ |hls moil- elert the dresses. Miss Mary Ellen S I • f f o r rl, "Queen uf Cotton Fashion*" am! alsu "Miss Blytheville of 1M9" »ji, peared in s»vft»! «f the coitunifs, alonrj with her roy<l court, Including l» (l Maids, MliMK Bartwra Ann mil Freda SraMh, ind Lady- In-WallliiB, Joyce Damon. Junior Miss Blytheville of 1M5, Lana Kay Howies, preened before the spectators In several cotton en- sen i bins for a four-year-old, aj dirt little c.lniino Ann Crook and Gregg Hammock, Others 'modeling Included; MIS. Gilbert Hmnock. Mrs. J, N. Smnlli- ermon, «nd \Vanda Berry, Luncheon At Hotel Fetes Contract Club, Guests Mrs. Paul D. Foster was hosiers to members an guests of the Thursday ., Contract Club.Thursciay with a one o'clock luncheon at Hotel Noble. ,.. Onpsts for the affair were.,Mrs. c; Charles Crigger and_Mrs. E. M. ; -Regenold. .. "... Luncheon was served from a long "table overlaid with a white cloth and centered with a low irystal bowl holding an abundance of roses. Tn the games immediately following ?,frs. O.\V. McCutchen won high with Mrs. Hemy Humphries winning second. Chapter "N" of P.E.O. •Meets In Kivby Home Mrs. E. W. Kirby was hostess to members and one - guest, Mrs. Rov ^T. Bagley of Chapter "N" of the JFv.E.O. Sisterhood yesterday at her home. ~ .Mrs. J. W. Adams presided over the business meeting. " Immediately following Mrs. W. H Pease conducted a Constitutional tmlz with Mrs. Chester Caldwell winning the prize. At the conclusion of the after- hostess served refresh- noon the ments. I Mrs. Morgan Hostess To Club Members, Guests Mrs. chafles Harkcr, Mrs. James Rhoades "and Mrs. Shirley Cov- Ington were guests with members of the L. E. W. Club when Mrs. Howard Morgan was hostess to the group at her home Thursday night. ^Assorted fall flowers decorated Spue entertaining rooms in which v£Xe bunco games were played with Mrs. Morgan winning high, Mrs. HAYTI NEWS Mrs. F. L.. Kelly • 'Attend WMU Blcct Among those who attended the AssociaUonal Baptist W-M.U. meeting in Braggadocio Thursday were Mrs. Lee Hinson. Mrs. Harry Gaither, Mrs. A. G. Shircy, Mrs. Noble Cutsinger, Mrs. Vernon Bishop, Mrs. Champ Gettings, Mrs. Hurtle Barnes, -Mrs. Mary Daird and Mrs. H. L. Gilbert. Mrs. J.E. Brown,, association president .was in charge of the meeting and presented the theme. . . Missonary Trogram -. The niissi'onary program of the Baptist '\V.M,U. was held at'"the Baptist Church Wednesday afternoon. The program topic was pres-. ehted b'y Mrs. Richard Ray Sanders, Mrs. Gill. Jerome Poe and Mrs. Earl W.S.C.S. Meeting The Women's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church met in the homo of Mrs. Ernest Powell Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Lennie Watkins presenting the program. The buVicss meeting was conducted by Mrs. C. M. Bel!. The group was reminded of plans for the hook study of Japan to be held this month. *Church Being Built Members of the Churcli of the Latter Day Saints are erecting a | new SM.OOI) building. It will contain a chapel, recreational hall, kitchen and office. Groups of the church Following the business meeting Mrs. L. S. Wntkins save a talk on planting and care of roses. B.P.W.C. Meets Tlie Hayti Business and Professional woman's' Club met in the public library Thursday with 12 niemberi present. A number of topics lor October were adopted for study and promotion. Woman's Week will begin Oct. 9. The club .will have breakfast at Panchb .Hotel and" will attend church In a body. The program was presented by Mrs. Helen Adams and Mrs. Lona Chapman. ..: ..... Young Matrons ........ The Young- Matrons Club met Monday in the home of Mrs. Hershel Kaiser with eight members present. Mrs. Kaiser won high, Mrs. Edward - Khourle, low. and Mrs Troy McDonald, bridgoed. Beta Sigma Meels The Hayti chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met In the home or Mrs. J. M. Trainor Tuesday for an "International Party," when each guest came dressed to represent a foreign nation. Mrs. Angela Mahoulis won the prize foi- correctly identifying the greatest number of nations represented. Mrs. Irene Locals arrived in Itcrnooh for a visit r, H. D. .Wells. Cunningham returned meeting this week include the Wo- ' "•£. •""= ~"""'" s '" "' "=""'"•" n,Pi,' s KPiirf Snridv nresided ovcr,^.™: Rllc /. Kas Monday after men's Relief Society, presided over by Mrs. P. K. S«Sr ; the ™* «- "0 with his oy Mrs. f. K. HOinngsnean; me j alm -u, - Preisthood Organization, conduct-j ,-. ; p „ __, . __, ~-,i* , .1,- ! MIS. Hair. Lilpop. y Gnithcr and Mrs. Reeves have returned from witli Mr. and Mrs. He! Covlngton second bunco. »nd Mrs. Rhoades .At the conclusion of the games the hostess served a dessert course. cd by Raymond Brltton and the Young people's Mutual Improve- ; ^ ment'Association. • I ' Garden Club \ The Hayti Garden Club met in i ~ the home or Mrs. Joe Kohn Monday - Tench TS. Italian afternoon with Mrs. Osborne co-1 ' French-made \vine is said to be hostess. Mrs. Gains and Mrs. Grant, morc consistent in quality than the Stanley were guests. I } a an variety, although some Mrs. Ea'rl Raybuck presided over • «»ltan wine is far superior to the tho meeting at which the following j officers were elected. • ! Mrs. H. D. Wells, president; Mrs. Earl Raybuck, first vice president; Mrs. Wesley Shrader, second vice president; Mrs. J. J. Stewart, recording secretary; Mrs. Thomas Osborne, corresponding secretary; Mrs. J. P. Kohn, treasurer. Maxwell and Mrs! Frances Boyles and two children will be the weekend, guests In Hot Springs of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Newton. Mrs. Newton is the former Allenstine Presnell. While in Hot Springs Mrs. Panos will enter the Army-Navy Hospital tor Miss Polly check-up. Stewart will arrive BER to Sue Burnett, Courier News 530 South Wells Street, qhlcago 7, . Don't miss the. new FASHION The Fall and winter issue will delight you with its up-to-the-minute, easy to make •'frocks • for all the family.. Free pattern printed Inside the book, 25 cents. • today from Arkansas State. College Jouesboro to be the week-end guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs- Bryant F. Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. C, A, Cunningham returned last night from Trenton, Tenn-, where they . attended the funeral of Mrs. Cunningham's bra- ._ ther, w. I. Crenshaw who died at members of the Dorcas Class of tli Dorcas Class Meets For Regular Session Mrs. E. M. Eaton and Mrs, Victoria Gilbert \vore hostesses to 12 Carol Ann Bailey, Ann Hlndman', Bonnie Pritchard.'Barbara Sallba, Peggy Hipp, Mary Van 5ne«d and Jane Shclton. Jeanne Ann, daughter of Mr. an . MM. Barney Crook, and Gregg, small so nof Mr. and Mrs, Gilbert Hammock opened tlie fashion pa- rarte as they modeled a polka dot dress and crisp blue suit, for the little lad. Lana, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Towels appeared j-ncxt in a blue .border print. M»ld We»r« Ytltow Formal During the afternoon Barbara Smith, maid to the {^neen, appeared wearing a yellow formal with a stoll to cover completely baret shoulders, print brunch coat a navy suit with peplum unrt side swept drape, a navy print after- noin dress accented with » navj ^ Her sifter, Freda, appeared In green 'short formal tirst with an accented waist emphasized by wide sash, she later'appeared In his home In Bartlesville, Okla, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harris Hunt and ramily of Earlt, Ark., are the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ney Hunt. . : Mr. and Mrs. Allen Stacy and daughter, Becky McCall of Crenshaw, Miss-, are (lie guests of Mrs. Stacy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E- M.' McCall and daughter Judy. Miss Delia Purtle, who ts a student • at Washington University,' St. Louis, is the week-end guest or 'her mother Mrs. J. W. Purtle and brother and theiv families. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rayder and ramily, Jan and Linda are attending the Notre Dame-Southern Cali- rornla football game today in Cowpen, III. Mr, and Mrs. Jwse' Stilt of Car- bc-ndalc, III., are the week-end guesis of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vance at Armorel. Among the out of town people attending the Chicks-Zebra football pame last night was John Bruce Wilson- and his guest Marshall Driver of Helena. They returned to Arkanses state College,' Jor.Mtoro, where they are bolh students following the Cotton Ball. Miss Jeanine McGee and Dudley Hardy were motored home from •Arkansas State College, Jonesboro yesterday by Mrs. A. A. Hardy.'Dudley will remain for the weekend but Miss McGee will return to. school this" afternoon to attend the. Arkansas fitate-Ouachita game tonight. Miss Juanita Eberdt who Is « student at Hendrix College, Conway, Is the weekend guest o! her parents i acquaintance," tty't WannaS, "'it someone we Inow well enough to borrow from, but not well enough to l«nd lei" u will h« smart to sttl acquainted with our nlore. \Ve carry everything fine in Ihe appliance line ... so rlon'l delay— come In today. BONDED RADIO REPAIR For Hie first time in lily- thcville, we offer j'ou BONDED RADIO REPAIR' SERVICE. Every job bonded by an indemnity company which stands behind our guarantees. WHY TAKE LESS THAN THE BEST? Piano Tuning AND REPAIR We use the famous S'l'RO- BOCONN in our tuning service. WHY TAKE LESS THAN THE BEST? PIANOS NEW AND USED MUSIC INSTRUMENTS— - SHEET IVJUS1C— RECORDS Everything in Music BROOKS MUSIC STORE in? E. Main T«l. R11 R1TZ TfTOi BY REFRIGERATION First Baptist church yesterday afternoon, at the Eaton home for a regular meeting, Mrs. J. ,T. Stevens led tin opening prayer. Artcr » brief business meeting Mrs. O. U McWatcrs led'the dismissal prayer. Refreshments were served by. the hostess, Assorted fall flowers were used to decorate the home. At Hie Hospitals Walls Hnspllal Baby Linda Sharp, City MM. Glenn Harrison, Jr., and baby, City ' Mrs. Robert A. Porter, City Mr. and Mrs. Gus Ebcrdt. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Tune left this morning for their home In Shelbyville, Tenn., nfler .visiting here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. E, Tune and family. They will attend the Vamlerbiit-Ole Mia> gmiie in Nashville today before returning home, Mrs. C. O. Scherer will leave Sunday Tor Nashville where she will attend a week's school of the Stanley Kome Products Co., which is under the histruction of Proressor Elmer Nyberg of East Hampton, Muss. Coming Events Calendar lime green two-piece pajumas with a bared, midriff, and a green and while house dress. -Miss Damon was chosen to mode an off-one-shoulder formal, 'de.ilgn ed by x Stephens College' design student and photographed In the Ladle.! Home Journal • magazine She also modelled solid pink hous dress with a deep cut neckline am a contrasting apron in green, a gray And a red two tone damtsx prln formal with .'.toll geometric 'print with a cavalier' cut, a rose print with a navy sash and one of the mother-daughter ensembles, with little Jean Ann,,both wearing'off the shoulder sun dresses. Queen -Models Specials The Queen modeled a FUecltl of the cotton council wardrobe—yellow formal with stole with a bustle »Cc. cented with coton eyel&t trim—her royal attire, she also modeled green shorts and' skirt, while shorts with a bare midriff and a sash of the same print that was seen In her beach.robe—mde for stunning sunning; a red and blue print after-, noon with a navy redlngote; and'i brown and blue suit. She appeared finally In a grey and rase stroped drc:S with plunging neckline nd a sweeping skirt. Other models appeared only once. H. H. Lcvitch was chairman'of the fashion show, and was assisted by Mrs, ITamock in preparing for the show. Informal lea at Herman Ways ,ome, 2335 Marguerite, rumoring Irs. Minlena Enochs, bride-elect, of Eugene Elkins Harris. Munday Calvary Y. w. A. meets with Mrs. Woorirow wilder, 1 First Christian Chinch group neetlng: Faith Group, Mrs. J. Cell Ixiwc; Hope Group, Mrs. J, P. Gairotl; Love Group. Mrs. Rouse )arp, Mrs. T. H, Caraway entertains a. 3. O. Club, Lake Street W. S. C. S. meets at :hurch «t .2:31) p.m. Baptist Circle Meetings: Circle One, Mrs. Alvln Huffman, Sr,; Clr- le Two, Mrs. C. L. MoWuten, Jr.; Civelo Three, Mvs. B, C. Brown; Circle Pour, Mrs, Marvin nazor; Circle Jfjve, Mrs', Russell Marr, Clr. cle Six, Mrs E, L. Hale. Unit meeting of St. Cecelia Guild of the Women's Auxiliary of St. Stephens Episcopal Church at Mrs. O. O. Hardaway's home at 8 p.m. Tuesday Charlevoix Chapter of D. A. R. will meet at Hotel Noble for o'clock luncheon with Mrs. James Hill, jr., Mrs. E. J. cure and Mrs. !. L. MoWnters, Jr., hostcses, Mrs. R. C. Allen entertains Club Eight. Ttl-Town Bridge Club meets will Mrs, James TtH'vy. Mrs, Arthur Vance hostess to La Petite Club. La Niievc complimented by Mrs Jack Hale, High School P. T, A, meeting 'ai 3 p.m. preceded by ' an' Exccutlvi Board meeting at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday Delphian meeting at Hotel Nobli at 10 a.m. Chapter "" of P. E. O. Slslerlmoi entertained »t James Roy horn with 1 o'clock luncheon, with Mrs Roy and Mia. Hermon Carlclon hos tesses. • Thursday Mrs. Joe P. Pride, Jr., hostess t Thursday Luncheon Club. Blytheville Rook Club meets wltt Mrs, R. A. Copeland. Mrs. w. E, .Cherry compliment Avnlon Bunco Olub. Thursday Rook Club entottaliie by Mrs. Grover Wren. 'TN Club meets with Mrs. Gordo Henley. Mrs. Flalelgh Sylvester hostess t .Thursday, Nlslit Ctub, Mrs, Aubrey Conway compliment MW-Weelt Club. Octette Club meets with Mr; L-nngston ,Ash(or<I. Friday Mrs. Pnul Byrup compllmauts c B. C. Club. Civic Calendar Monday Junior Chamber of Comincrc meeting'i p.m. Tuesday Advanced Cilfls Division Oom munity chest Drive. Llonj Club, Hotel Noble, 12: p.m. Dedication or city Library. High School P.T.A, Exociitlv Board 2:30 p.m. followed by P.T,/> meeting at 3 p.m. City Council 8 pm American Legion 8 Pm/ Wednesday Klwanli Club, Hptel Noble 12: p.m. Sudbury P.T.A. Executive Boa Continuous Show* Box Office Opens t :45 Show Starts 2:00 l:t>» a.m. 14:45 p.m 4:M p.B LISTEN TO K.LCN • Saturday^ Thunderhoof with Preston Foster and Alary Stuart Serial—".Wild Bill tllckok" * Short Cont. Showing Sal. I2:3I-11:>* Sunday & Monday Furamoant New* * Shtrt* ' Cnnt Sh.iwfnj Sandai I:15-tl:* PROFIT By Reading the Classified Ads Every Day! PROFIT By Advertising In Ths Classified Columns When . You Want to Buy or Sell ADS'PLACED BEFORE 9 A! Payable in Advance PHONE 4461 BLYTHEVILIE COURIER NEWS /strict Meeting Held y Baptist Young People The district meeting of the Bap- I young people was held Saturday Herman naplls! Church, four lies west of Jtinesboro. Special SOIIB services were held llowcd by lunch and an after- sou service of music nnd speeches Jn the business meeting group or-' crs were elected and plans WC re ade for the next district meetln" ilch will be held the first Sun,I ,y : January at the liny Dapiist iiurcli. oca/ G/r/s "o Auxiliary Offices Three Blytheville girls have I----1 ecied to tcrvti in the Young V,o- lan's Auxiliary at c Ural College, orlli Little flock. Ark. Tlio following were installed In service Wednesday night in the ollege nuditorum. Miss Maxine ivonnnn, president; Mary ao .oss, secretary and Miss Alfreda lovall, publicity rlmirman, "hree Sisters, and Auni 'lectrocuted in Brazil 'tying to Rescue Matron SAO PAULO, Brazil, Oct. 8, (AP) —Six women were electrocuted in iiccosAlon here yesterday after'an ron rod hit a lilgh-tciuslon wire in flooded yard. Mrs. Isoldina Martlne had bor- mvcd the rod to open a drain 'Irl icr flooded bnck yard. When sho onchcu U aeainsl live wires over- lead, the current killed her. Three or her dtiushtcra, ran to save her. EiicH died when .live touched ; her noihcr. The same fate met Mrs. Mnrthie's sister and the neighbor vbo had loaned the rod. Finally an unidentified passerby varned other would-be rescuer* away from the death-trap jard. Arkansas Stock Show W Pulls Out of the Mud LITTLE nOOK, Oct. 8-//P)_A drlc-d out Arkansas Livestock Show geared for full production today. The show , h!(3 been HoimoN ering around In > tmagmiro of troubles brought nn by hcnvy rnira durlni,'. 'llic rirat fpur [lays of Ilia exposition. •:" " -• ' ~' A full progrnm wns dn tnp for tnday's show including the pft- dt-'laycd parade, the annual auction of prize winning steors and swine and the afternoon and evening per- formnnco'of the rodeo. 2.30 p.m. followed by'P.T.A. meeting at 3 p.m. . : Thursilay Rotary club Hotel Noble 12:10 p.m. '.:. . _ . FOOTBALL; _;.' Paps v.% PartigouIO, here. • • Krhlny ; Cotton Picking Contest,, Fair Grounds, 10|. • . . . FOOTBALL: Chicks vs. Joncsboro, there. •.;..' Sh.i» SlarU 7:0 Box l»V[Le U|iL'iis >i D|iriii Binul.i) 1M1U; Sl Continuuua iiliuws K^l Harijain Nfcht Kvcrj !:15 Sun. No tinnnrrd tin Sunday at tto«> Tlleqlre Outlaw Country uith l.asli LiiHice Serial "Kackclnicn" X«. 8 ,« Short Cont. Showing Sal, 13:30-11:30 Sunday & iMonilay IDOUHLK KMTI'IIK) DICK POWELT JANE GR£EB ,. Station West Omit Fox News Shit* Sun li

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