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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 13, 1949
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BLI'IHBVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS LUXORANEWS iMeeU At Elli» . Mr*. J.'C. ml* wtt kotttft to • aMBbni at tb* Alpha Delta Chap- tar tt BM*'8%ma Phi ywterday a* kar Barflaid bora* • Mra. T. R. Caraway, preaident pi»atd»d enr the budneaa meeting *irtaf':wWch Mn. Jim Smother. mon, preaident o! the City Council i> of BaU Bipna Phi, gave a report •fa UM recent iruUllatlon aenice of th* newly 'organlied Otceola Chapter. Miaa Lculst Lbwerre, ii)- temaUonal field ^representative from Kanaaa City and Mrs. Smotta- ermon attended the service. During the:program, Mrs. Maurice Luttrell dUciissed "Speech" with Mra. Roy Morris speaking on "The Arta of Conversation and Public 8p>aking." New pledges attending the meet. ing for the.first time since their installation October 4 were Mrs. Rouse Harp, Mri. Bill Banister, Mrs. Ertrett Peterson, Mrs. Blake Polly, Mra. B.-F. Tittle, Mrs. W. C. Hynd' man,' Mra. Lairy Gairimeter, Mrs. Harold Wood and Mrs. Albert Ridings. Flowers In vivid fall''tones were arranged in the rooms in which the guestc were' seated. 'At the conclusion of the meeting, refreshment* were served by the hoateas. ~ * • » _ Mrs.''McCufchen Hostess To Qub Members, Guests Mrs. O. W. McCutchen washos- tece to members and guests of the Town'and Country Club yesterday at her home on Main Street. Quests attending were Mrs. Marvin fJunn ' and Mn. Georgia Bailey. • In the game*, Mrs McCutchen »on high with Mrs. J. 0. Ellis winning second high . , -At the,conclusion of the afler- .. noon, refreshments «er« served. Blytheville Girl to Compete for Title Jamets Roy Home Setting For P.E.O. Luncheon . Mrt. Jamea Roy and Mrs. Her- ,mohC*rHon \were hostesses to 22 membera and two guests, Mrs. Robert Hartigan, of Brussels, Belgium, houaerueat ol her parent*, Mr. and 'Mrs. O. W. AffHek, and Mrs Roy I. Bagley et Chapter "D" of thi P.FO. Siaterhood yesterday with a 1 o'clock luncheon at the Roy home on Holly. , The;buffet luncheon was served •from' the dining table which was •^•entered >Ith a tow allver bowl holding a eopteua arrangement of ritaded j»Uow ehryaanthemuma. Immediately following the lunch's", Mia. K. K. Lancashire, presl- dent, (are a report OB the Supreme Chapter ef the National PEO Sis- ;t«rhood eonYentton -which she at- ,t«ided in Chlcsso In September. ' "Education *und »nd Cotey Jun- Mrs. Oeor»e B. Fumeaa haa returned to her home in St. Louia aft er .pending 10 d, y , ne « ^th he aUter, Mrs. Darid ». Anderwn, who i •>«" J " »«h pneumonia. Mr. and Mra. D» T e Holatead an at BlytheirUl* Hospital. Ttw-baby haa not been named, They ha two other children. Edwin and Zv< --- --•- Mra.' 6. r. Hopper i Halls, Tenn., are Visiting here a gueat. of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. May and Mr and Mr.. L. I. Richard .on. • .... .';. " Condition wf Mra. Mike Parka who is in at her home on Lure ate la aatlsfactory. ' _ --• « nd Mra Erie Bonaham o Delhi, Calif., are vlaiting here a* *u Mt5 of Mr and Mrs ivon FarT nm and lamily. ' : . . o •' »«*'»"* overnlgh • »i > «>"« to their winter home in St. Peter«burg, Fla ^ B 7« nt '''MWley manager of American United Life In . Inn f' ' ° mce in ln <ll Ind., for several: days « n ' d . " rrison arrived j ^..fnf^g^fi, Mra. Helen Hauer and Mrs. Harry Sanders have returned to Flint Mich after visiting here for «y «al days as guest* of Mrs. Joe Tanner and Mrs. Gene Eilla. Mra Tan. ner returned to' Mint with h,, d.ughter, for .„ IndelLWvWt * to hT K 8 ' Wi , nilhan ' "" «"«r w her home In Boonevllle M Mr r .niIK? * *£" Wlth her P«™i"- ^erre,.^,^ rG . n ^«^^ Smith from Columbia, S. c. are jtor noOcft" fef Uiqjrptr ed by lira. • * • i-Delphians, Discuss 'Religion In America /' Member! of the'chlckasaw Chap- J.tar of the Dtlphlan Society meeting the chosen topic which WM conduct- O. A. Nelson. _, In Hotel Noble discussed •"Rettfkn to Ameriean CiTilizatkxi" ~"" Mr*, i. M. Ferguaon aa pro- waa assisted by Mn. Ferguaon . . sse y M« A. X. Teaford, Mr». Matt Mon- aghan, Mra. R. A. Nelson, Mrs James Terry and Un. J. L. Ver- The Blytheville junior Chamber of Commerce is pinning its. hopes to becoming sponsor of the National Soybean Queen on Miss Bonnie Pritchard, 21 year old brunette daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Pritchard or, Blytheville..Miss 'Pritchard is scheduled to be in the parade at the National Soybean Festival. at Portagevilie, Mo tonight, and will be among .the beauties from Northeast Arkansas and Southeast' Missouri competing for top honors, in the beauty' con- George Petty, creator of the Petty Girls," will head the judging panel. , ' , The four-day festival got underway yesterday and is being sponsored by the PortaEeville Junior Chamber of Commerce Festival activities Include a square dance honoring the btauty contestants to- are night and a ball honoring the queen" tomorrow night following the selection of the first, second, and third-place beauties. Prizes amounting to $1,000 «- l nA akl> V T '" : qllcen wiu «v« *oOO her two maids. *?00 and IIOO, and her sponsor will receive $2» All awards will be savings bonds. The festival features the measurement of yields and threshing exhibitions and equipment demonstrations. Miss Pritchard will be accompanied to Portngeville tonight by Mr and Mrs. L. L. Ward, Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hammock will accompany.: her tomorrow night ;' The Blytheville Junior Chamber of commerce Soybean Committee and Charles Moore, head 'of the Jajcecs' Beauty Pagent Committee, selected the entry to represent the Blytheville club. • Mra. Janvaa Onftoh, rice president of UM chapter, presided orer th» bnaroea* Maston and announced that an election of officers will be held at th« next meeting on October X. * • » Mrs. Nichols Guest At La Petite Meeting - Mrs. R. W. Nichols was guest with member* of LaPetile Club when Mrs. Arthur Vance was hostess to the group at her home at Armorel Tuesday. In the games, Mrs. O. S. Grow ell won high, with Mrs. Eric Whitley winning aecond. A dessert course was seried during the afternoon. • • • Tri-Town, Guests Play Bridge At Terry Home MraS.,George Hubbard, Jr., and Mr. Robert Hatigan of Brussels, Belgium, housiguest ol her parents, Mr. and Mrs. c.. W. AHltck were guests with members of Tri-Town Club when Mrs. James Terry com- Phrnented the groun at rfc? horne Mrs. Hale Is Hostess To La Nueve, Guests Mrs Jack • Hale complimented members and guesU of La Nueve Tuesday night at her home f or the weekly meetmg Guests »ere Mrs Mouse Harp, Miss Peggy Bujarskl md Miss Molly Guard "Roses and mixed mil flowers were arranged in the home /or the bridxe games during which time Mrs N Q Jerome won high with Mrs Coleman Stevens winning high A dessert course W us served at the conclusion of the games Class Conducts s Who Contest The freshman c!n M of Burrfette high school conducted a who's who ?hl , 3 ," r6CCnt class meel 'nB with the following results''- r rt'" est glr1 ' VirElnIa Whatley ndsomest, boy. Elgene Hnmlltoiv most popular irl ' l\n\"S~" c 6 '"' Mollv Jones; 'wit- vuy Hltn iWsf. r\n>-^ nn ^iii__ -___ - ^' Club Eight, Guest Meet At C. C. Langston Home Mrs H O Par Mow won high aitli Mrs c c Langston winning second and Mrs G. O Poets brldio at the meeting of Club Eight »t tn S.iangston home Tuesday , Mrs Ralph Nichols was Kuest for the dessert bridge. Roses placed in crystal >a.«s decorated the entertaining rooms. At The Hospitals BlTtfcerille Hartal Dismissed: ^^ Mra. Masie Booth, Cooler, Mrs. L. O. Stanfield, City Annie Dukes, Dell. Walla Hospital Dismissed: ' Mrs. Billy Lane and baby, Rt j Mrs. Mary S«crlder, Rt j Mrs J. C. Garrott and baby! Dell J. M. Cole, Luxora. Charlie Devers, Luxora. . Horn W w'S r KU " ts ot Mr «d Mrs" W. H. HuLson and f«mily ; ,, _, ™ --•".«; wno win a Mr^^-""*:^.^; vroratonr ry to, E* ^ 3 'J1f S ' Jam « Ter- high schools to McHan- «-^ ? e 'l-"' M". J. C. Mra. To-.tmle Page and son, Tom-'' rale, Jr., pi Nashville, Tenn., and **r«. Marshall Leiher of CJorpua Christ!, Texas, were here Tuesday 'or the funeral • of their grand- 'ather,. J. H. Hannon. Mr. and Mrs. John Till, Sr, and John Till, Jr., and Outer Till and Mra. Cafbunckle all of Wardell »t- t«nded the funeral of J. H. Hannon. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mynard-ol Long Beach, .Calif., are visiting Mrs. N. j. Jones and family. ; Mr. and Mrs. Jess Mosley and daughter. Miss Dclores Mosley, visited in Leachvllle Monday with Wends and relatives. •*'•.• I'JakV' Richardson who waa In Memphis for the past week as a patient .at the Baptist Hospital there Is much improved, •-• •'• Mrs. W. R. Llghtfoot and Miss Mary Lighlfoot visited in Luxora Sunday with friends. har and family Strub- Coming Events Social Calendar C. Civic Calendar ParatouM, here. Langlcy. Biggest baby, Dorothy Powell- Wggcst pest, J. W. Gore; girl most n love, Ruby Aycock; boy most in !n V c'i/ ack MeDcrmott : b 're«t nirt Brothers; best dressed toy.' EUM^ . During the afternoon games Mrs ? f 21 d Won hleh with M« ?' **" Dining second and . Hubbard guest high. A dessert course was served to the membera and guests who were sealed in room* decorated In fall XMAS CARDS with * Your Name Imprinted Be»Ur«l ackctitw . . . >H«» rang*. Th« 4eilgn THE GIFT SHOP MOSS 'BRYAN „ 103 But Mtln Street 6 95 Family Shoe Store 1 10 \tr^_i »» - 3J2 West Main FOOTBALL-' Jon»bo«, Jhere. "Suc- Sudbury PTA Conducts Regular Meeting "Hie monthly meeting of the Sud- >ury PTA 'was held yesterday at the Sudbiiry ;school with Miss Wlnhi* Virgil Turner as guest speaker. "The meeting w»s opened with the ilnging of the PTA song followed >y the'devotional given by Mrs. L. H. Hay, devotional chairman. Mrs. Jesse M. White, program chairman, introduced Miss Turner, -fho spoke on "children's Need"' rhfch 1 was Iti keeping with the neme of the year. Miss Turner Mrs Toe Trieschman, Mrs. George Wigs m<t. Mrs. White discussed "How t Develop Our Children's Personal ies" and "How to Become Respou iWe Members of Society." Mrs. 'Don Lutz gave the Pres «nt's Message followed by Mrs 1- V. Fry discussion "Why Pareril nd Children Should Obey Safet lulw." Mrs. Roy Kirksey spoke o why Your Children Should 'Be n School." Mrs. Pied S. Saliba expressed th TA's gratitude to the mothers wh ssisted with the spaghetti supper Mrs. Luta announced that prog ess is being made in the member up campaign, with Mrs. L A ougherty giving the number of na onal : 'PTA magazines sold She so announced that the Sudbur TA Is now Eligible for the 50 clui A nursery will be conducted In e school at each meeting time r. the benefit of mothers with lall children who wish to attend Pwo mothers will be In charge e nursery. Five mothers will help with the ommunity Chest drive. Five will In a caravan of cars next Wediies- 1 f ?L. a _.""! r of ««»! modern get ideas for the Glen Canon Mrs R. s . Johnston was elected historian to succeed Mrs Lane- ston Ashford g Mrs George stilwell, president -iiiKl ce that the nrst stu<1 y WXt'/e "hlVcr^sXf C"Sra, 1 a 1 nT berS °' th(lSUd - dete , , dette school and also the district meeting to be Held Nov. 4 at W,l»n n £ lpade for the Hallo" rn1 *° ^ held °<^» At the conclusion of the m m f Mlss n s were hos- Hel P* You^ircomt FALSE TEETH Looseness and Worry J"0 Jonrrpr h* Bn«-. n ..>j __ * . ._ * St. Vincent's Infirmary in'Little Rock was again the setting for a birthday party, complete with cake and gifts, when Glen Carson celebrated his 15th birthday Wednesday L Glen, who Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Finley Carson of Route 4 and the' grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Seratt, with whom he mates his home, has boon a polio patient since July 29. of which 16 days of that time has been spent in an Iron lung. . Brightly wrapped gifts streamed into the hospital for Glen who wer rec among which was a radio °o! which Olcn and the other patients in Ark-Mo Adds Four Hew Home Service Advisors The home service department o the Arkansas Missouri Power Company has been expanded by the addition of four new home service advisors. It was announced toda' by Bernard Jaggers of Blythei-ille commercial manager for the electric company. Purpose of the home service department is to have trained and experienced home economists available to the'piiblic for home demonstrations on the use and operation of all electric appliances; Mrs. Mary Lor. Jordan, a native of Eupora, Miss., snd a graduate of Blue Mountain College's home economics department, is the home service advisor In this district. Mrs. Helen Carr, of - Memphis Tenn., was recently appointed head or the power company's home serv- ce department; Mrs. : Carr Is a graduate of Michigan State College nd was formerly associated with ne Los Angeles Gas arid Electric Company as a home economist Gagster Expands HOLLYWOOD (AP) -Since alph Edwards has moved his radio rogram activities from New York •o Hollywood, he has had to expand is office staff considerably. When e came here four years ago he had nlj three, counting himself. Tohe has 20 and'the second floor f a large office building. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS Til ret. 13. W*-<USDA)-Hogs 9500-' weights over 180 Ibs mostly as low' er than Wednesday's average- light er weights and sows steady tcf 25 lower; good and choice 180-260 lbs 18.00-25; top. 18.25 mostly. , for over 200 lbs; odd lots 270 300 lbs 17.50-18.00; ar-;-nd .400 lbs 130 ib pigs 14.25-16.00; good' so°w^ «0 lbs'down lG.25-17.5b; over 400 lbs ,1175-16.00; stags 11.50-1400 Cattle 3,000; calves 1-.400; gencnl market full steady and fairly active- several ' ads and small lots good steers 27.50-30.00; medium steers 20.00-25.00; medium to good and mixed yearlings 20.00-25 so- good cows 15.50-16.00; common and medium cows 14.00-15.25; canners and cutters 11.00-1400 •"'"".« Why Are You Weak, Rundown, Nervous or;^waysTired"? How to Feel Peppy, Younger Student From Sweden To Address Rotations Phillip Welderman, college stn dent from. Sweden, and 20 years out of Germany now, will be the eur^t speaker at the meeting of the LIIV ora Rotary Club- tonight, it was an" nounccd by Chester DanehowVr program chairman. Mr. Welder man's subject has not' been ah nounccd. Vernon James, club secretary released September lists today ' an iioujiclug 23 out of a membership O f 35 with perfect, attendance dur- ne September. The entire membership readied 93 per cent for the same period. I-ocalj The Wesleyan Service Guild met Tuesday night at the home or'Mrjl Joe Gentry, will 11 members" and one visitor present. Mrs. Tom CallU cri (he devotional, followed by the •u-ogma, with Mrs. Atitcn Chltwood in charge, entitled "Why Home Missions." After a social hour the hostess served a dessert course Mrs. A. B. Bradley entertained cr two table bridge club Thursd -y afternoon at her home. Mrs. Con-ad Garner and Mrs. Lester Stev;ns were guests. 'High scores were won by Mrs. Clarence Crawford and Mrs. Garner. After the games the hostess'served a dessert course! Lu.vorans on the sick list thi.i vcek include Walter Wood, home from Memphis Baptist Hospital Mrs. T. D. Wilkins. and O A ' George, Sr., who is a patient In Memphis Methodist Hospital. • Mr. and Mrs. E. c. SkWn jr if Jonesboro, were the weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Skecn, Sr. Mrs. George Shlbley of Coppcrnll Tenn., is the guest in the home of her parents, Mr. and' Mrs. G. A George,- Sr. • . Mrs. Gus Frazler and .daughter of Vest Memphis were the weekend uests ol her mother, Mrs. J W jynch, and sister, Mrs.' Tom Caliis' 'Memphis visitors Friday included Irs A. B.'• Bradley,' Mrs.' Auten .hltwood, Mrs. Lester Stevens, Mrs. jilllnn Frcear, Mrs. Murray Richrdson, and Mrs. a. C. Driver, Jr .Mrs. Sue M. Brown:Is in Mem'phii his week visiting her daughter, Mrs,^ trs. W. H. Gowcn, and family. - 9, be annoyed or feel your plates holds |e. Soothing and cooling to m' ""' "™- ^y excessive acid moi ^rrassment caused MCDONALD BROTHERS AIL NIGHT GOSPEL AND SPIRITUAL SINGING Featuring JORDANAIRES-WSMNoshrille AMERICAN LEGION ARENA BlyAerille. Ark. °CT. 13 8P.M. Ju^oM^ as seen in SEVENTEEN We've just unpacked our Fall shipment of these clever little shoes. Come in today while our selection is complete. You'll adore the gay new colors and ticaimems at the toe... and the new colorful crepe-soles are terrific! A rare buy, too! Wl tCOR?& Special Invitation to view our eorgeous itispby of Xmas Gifts. The unusual In Biffs for men, women, children, and (ten; agers. Yeu will thrill over th'e?' eifts ' and reasonable prices.' ^ - '. ^ ; ' j '^'•i^-i ,t,,\;.j'vv\ THE GIFT SHOP MOSS BRYA^J, , , , .103 East Alain Street ' ; ' Show SUria 7:lt / B«x Offlw Opens C:45 Opens Sunday 1:N; SUrta 1:1$ Continuous 6howa t Sat i San. Bargain Night Every Night , Except Saturday No pauei honored on Snndaj a t Koiy Theatre Thursday & Friday I Universal;Internsttpn*] preserxts I ALL MY SONS Selected Short Subjecta BY REFRIGERATION Coridnuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 • -Show Starts 2:00 :00 ,.m. li:45 p. m 4:S , .. LISTEN TO RLCN Thursday & Friday . I'aratr.ounc ^News *, Cfinlinuous Showing Ererjaay

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