The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 4, 1950 · Page 4
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VAWR KKJ* (ABK.y COURIER NTCWS MONDAY, PBCEMBCT *, 1?S(! oc^e J»n» Sheltcn, Society Editor 9 Phone 4461. > Tables of diesis itertained at Hotel A. minlalure Christmas tree, gaily hied, decorated the Mirror Room Hotel Noble Saturday for the icheon bridge party entertaining tables ol guests. Hostesses for Ihe Yulellde motll (»!r were Mrs. A. G. Hall, Mrs. G. Holland, Mrs. James Gates id Mrs. John C. McHaney. Red tapers burneC In the ctnter each of Ihe small ln.Wes at wrtich t guests were seated for the i m. nllaii. Following the hmnheon in which e selected theme was acccnjed in e plate decorations, the regain- sr of tini afternoon was spent in lying- bridge with Mrs. Lloyd tlclcmon winning high score prize decorated tray. Second high Ize of a cake stand was presentc. Fred Fleeninn, while Mi'n- ore prize of a Grandma Moses ate was awarded Mrs. R. L. Binter. As consolation prize Mrs ames Terry was presented gift, rappings. Continuing the chosen theme were ie gay colored wrappings and rib- ons of the bridge prizes. Out-of-town guc.sts were Mrs arold Phillips. Mrs. Welby Young Irs. O. E. Mas.scngiK, and Mrs L,. Taliaferro all of Osccola. wenly-Four Attend liscellaneous Shower Twenty-four guests gathered Fri- ay night at the Estes White home present miscellaneous gift.s t< liss Joyce While, who will be mar led Dec. IQ to Billy James Parrish llss White Is the daughter of Mr ,.nd Mrs. Roy White, Mr. parrtsl he son of Mr. and Mrs. J. U Parsi!. Mrs. W. Jj. Smith was co-hostes or the bridal affair, seated iu Ih ntertaining room for the evcnin f party games, prizes were present ',d Mrs. N. C. Patterson and Mvs J. A. Vinson. White gladioli arranged In a low owl decorated the room, i After Miss White had opened an. .isplayed the gifts fo rher liony he hostesses served parly foods. Pinned at the shoulder of th iucst of honor's fall ensemble wa I corsage of red throated whit ;ladioli. a gift of the hostesses. Mrs. Roy White, mother of 11: (ride-elect was a special gucsl. *50 Club, Guest Play Canasta in Williams Home The two tables of members of he 850 Club and one guest, Mrs. le Burnett, met Friday night \t the home of "Mr*:. Jimmy Wills for an evening of playing 5 RETTY LOOK-ALIKES Bits of News Male Order Department: Neckties Still .Are in Vogue 73 2:6 yri. By Sue Burnett Big and little sister frocks are such fun to sew .looks so pretty in sofliy patterned fabrics. This version will delight the novice at sewing v.-ith wnistUne drawstrings, tiny pnffed sleeves. Pattern No. DIBI Is for sizes 11. 12, 13. 14, 16, 18 and 20. Size 12, 2;i yards of 39-inch. Pattern No. 8173 is In sizes 2. 3. 4 5 and 6 years. Size 3, 1 *s yards of 35 or 39-inch. For these patterns, send 25c for EACH, pins 5c for first-class mall- lintf for each pattern ordered, in COINS, your name, address, size desired and the PATl'ERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett., Courier News. 372 W. Qulncy Street, Chicago C, 111. Ready for you now—the new Fali and Winter issue of FASHION. 48 pafics of smart new styles, special interesting features, free pattern printed inside. Send 25 cents today for yonr copy. Jim Tom Weathers has returned LO the University ol Arkansas, t*;\y- niter having been the weekend guest of his parents, Mr. anrt Mrs. H. C. Weathers aV their home on HLMJway 61, South. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bailey and .son, Teddy nioioretl to r.Htle Hock yesterday where Mrs. Bailey, who vrorlhy juatron-elect of the Bly- thcville Ctiapicr of the Orricr of the Eastern Star, will attend the Grand Chapter of the Order of the Eastern SUV of Arkansas. They were accompanied by Mrs, J. >S. Sallba and Mrs. Lovr Adams, Yesterday the proup attended, a tea at the executive mansion honoring Mrs. Oial Cone of Scarcy. Worthy Grand Matron. Mrs. Ilailcy and son returned last nJ^ht, Mrs. Baltey, Mrs. Atlmns aixi Mrs. Saliba wkH return Thnr.s<!ay. Mr. and Mrs. Hay.s Sullik'a]! wei in Oxford. Mi.ss-, Saturday where they attended the Olc Miss-Mis- j sisMpnj State footljalt game, i Mis.s Virginia Rowen of Cardwell was the wckcnd guest" of her parents, Mf. and Mrs. Howard Bowcn itl sister, Evelyn. Mi-, and Mrs. T. S. Ruble arrived Yesterday from their home in HOII.S- oti. Tex., to be the guests of Mr. Ruble's sister. Miss Clara Ruble. While lierc. Mr. tuihle v'itl coiuluct series of meetings at the Church of Christ. Mrs. Gus Ebevilt, Mvs. W. A. Stickmon and Mrs. W. N. Stanton ire in Little Rock where they arc attending the Grand Chapter ol the Order of Lhc Eastern Star. They win return Thursday morning. • Mr. atid Mrs, Wade Bureii of Slke.iton were the weekend gue.-.t.s o( Mr. and Mrs. Orlic Ryan and family at their home on Birch. Mrs. Dan Bell of Oxford, Miss.. Rain, Storms \ Threaten U.S. \ Coasts Again \ SACHAMBNTO, Calif., D«'. 4- Ml —Some 5.000 Callfomlans fled from their homes last night as flood waters poured into north-ceniral California and western Nevada » second^ time in just two weeks. Damage wasn't expected to approach mid-November's $20.000.000 losses in California and 85,000,000 in Nevada. Hut still another storm was forecast from the Pacific. Two (lays of rain on lands sweeping from nine days rain two weeks ago caused this flood. Kasl nil A2.>I" NEW YORK. Dec. 4. 1.1")—A new. intense southeastern storm, following the same pattern but expected to be much less severe than the disastrous gale a week ago. moved up the eastern seaboard today. It brought rain, driven by hish winds, along the coast and heavy snow in some interior sections. The weather bureau warned that snowfall In central Pennsylvania anil New York might reach five to 10 inches, * 5 * 7 V** 4> •*** lfs*M&k ,^4tfW:l V'l'K is fueled i single hv"V ; ,"(,",''es"i' l 'l'h S1 i; i M 'l"c"rr sVhi^^Vn.'ilV^Ai^Xr.'eux'amr c'hri.stia'n' feianres''.! •lifetime" carbide si.ark wheel i.xl Ins """j^'™' l)'i,,r. The men inline 'left inset is in miimiluro cocktail shakcrjfly box (lower ,nscl) has l,ve eoniiwrlmcnts. .s " la ~"etized io 1hold bottle I ,cd l» s,.oub Ml b. Ml and to,, hat. Tl.r. wallcl O.pper ri B ht) more than 10 l.oofcs ami flies separately. The clan pHul _s,vortsm» D s is natural grain buffalo calfskin wilh cicladiabtc puss-case for photos! hal (right) is »:,tcr repellent. All e.fls are in the bnd s et class. The thcorv lint its ilifliMiU to bnv .1 Cbrislnns gift for a man is ex-land cards. A cigarette lighter («iilcr ...set) is fueled will, com- i, ^*". ...... . • ,. . " .. r .. ,._•_.. *:_,.' i „.,.- n,-,iviilf*; t VIA i n;-i n<lc (.F hpliK fmm i smfip ear trioce. ll. lilodcd by (lu *.r gifts Krini'fhcw Vhis'vcnr are" (left) desi K ner ties] jiresscd pis. providesi OiousiiiHls.of lights from j s.n K le cartridge K 'f,..i,, r ,^ r, • lifplimc carhnJe sn;nk \\hcel ind Ins no wick. Ibe Christmas Cards 1 Chiropractors Ask Upped State Fee LITTLE ROCK. Dec. 4. fAP) —4- - JVvknnsns chiropractors have proposed something thai if not unprecedented is at least unusual. '['hey want to more than triple Pic. Charles Scats Arrives in Korea A letter has been received by Mrs. Assorted shaded blossoms were :t about (he room in which the j Myrtle. Seals, 223 N, 22. (hat her in, Pfc. CSiarles U. Sen Is is now ivening was spent. A dessert course wa.s .served. [ The club, which is one of Bly- iheville's newer organizations, meets li-monthly for different games and mt«rtainment. At Tl\e Hospitals \n HospHstf Unda Sue DePricstj Hornersvillc, Mo. Walls Hospital Dismissed; Mrs. W. U Walson. City. Mrs. Mary Sue Jones and baby Huffman. Mrs. Dolly Stewart-, Manila. :Mrs. Joyce Shay and baby, Ciiy James F. Baker flow in Korean War , Word has been received by Mr and Mrs. A. B. Baker. 917 E. Main that their son, Cpl. James F. Baker is now serving as medical aid mai with the medical company nf th lAlth Airborne Rcgtmcntal Comba .Team In Korea. '••, According to reports received b his parents, Cpl. Baker made a par achute jump behind enemy lines i the Sukchon area on Oct. 21. Cpl. Baker has earned the Wed' cal Combat Badge, the Korea .Campaign Ribbon and two bait! stars for participation In the Kim po Peninsula and -Sukchon can paigns. alion in Korea with Company A f the 13rd Heavy Tank BaUaUon, Pfn. Seals is a former member of ompary? K of tlie JS^rd Infantry 'ivision, the Arkansas Nntional luartl unit in BlytheviUe. He entered the army in Dncem- er, 1048, and landed in Korea in \ngust. His mailing address is Pfc. Charles iGRls. 1R-334-084, Co. A. 73 Heavy 'ank Bn., APO 7. c/o Postmaster San Francisco, Calif. Cooter School Conducts Clinic Some 120 leachcr,-; and dty and '.ounty susierintcndcnts from the Southeast Missouri arc* attended Reading Workshop and Child Study ' Clinic conducted JMday night at the Cooter, Mo., High School audttoruun. Dr. A. S. Artlcy, proicr.&or nT education and director of child study clinic of the University of Missouri, was in charge. Representatives from Kcnnett, Campbell, Stcclc. Braggndoria. Holland, Caruthersvillc, Kayli and Cooter were present. The workshop and clinic were sponsored by J. E. Godwin, superintendent of the cootcr school system, with the assistance of Cooter school personnel. is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom A. Little. Condition of Buford Young, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bulord Young of Blytheville, who is a patient at the North Texas State College Infirmary, Dciiton, Tex., Ls reported as satisfactory. Mr. Young lias been j ill in the .school hospital for a week! suffering from a hand infection. Mrs. C. E. Hilbinn is ill at her home near Yarbro. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lewei'5 and son, David, were called to Hamburg, Ark., Sunday following the death of Mrs. Lowers' father. Mrs. Russell FliUUpA left last night for St. LonLs for several days visit. She will return Wednesday. Condition of Mrs. Howard Hires, who is undergoing treatment nt Memphis Baptist Hospital Is reported ns improved. Mr. and Mrs. C. A, Cunningham spent the ^weekend in Trenton, Tenn. ( as guests of Mrs. Cunningham-'s brother, John Crcnshaw and family. W. S- Larjgdon is reported in satisfactory condition at the Blythe- villp. HaspiUl where he Is undergoing treatment. Miss Mary Van Sm.cd of Mcmph! \vas the weekend guest of her moth er, Mrs. Ktlicl Snceri. , - Mrs, Alvin Simon left today lor her home "in New Orleans allei uiving been the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. Modlngcr ami fam- y at (heir home at 116 K. Missouri Mrs. Moilingcr's mother. Mrs, Joseph Hodgson of New Orleans, remained for a month's visit. P. C. Rothrock has rclurnrrl iiy» n i Port Arthur, Tex., where he spent week with relatives. Mr. and Mrs, Harold Fimicr of Corinth, Mlw., formerly of BTytlie- ville were thr weekend guests of relatives in Luxora. While there they also visited friends tn Blythc- villc, Herman Tinker MDE2C Is sprnd lug several days here with Mrs Tinker and son, DeWaync T.ce. Mr. Tinker had sailed aboard the OSS Wnlke recently for overseas duty but the ship relurncd to Oakland. Calif,, last \vcck for minor repairs. Ihe fees they pay to the state. The Arkansas Chiropractic Association proposed here yesterday that the state license fees and license renewal fees he Increased from S1.50 t« S2i> a year. The money would be used to enable the state board of chivoprac- tlcn examiners to conduct an educational program. Including periodic past graduate clinic.'; for the profession. The association, which held a special meeting here, also pi*opo. a tightening of the profession's code of clitics to make "untruthful and unethical" advertising methods grounds for suspension or revo- calion of license. Dec. A. (if}— (USDA)—Hogs 13,000; active, generally \,T to 35 higher than Friday's average; bulk good and choice 170-240 Ib barrows and Ls 18.50-76: largely 13.60 up; practical fop 13.75; few choice 170130 Ibs 18.00-88; 250-300 Ibs 18.00- to low good steers at 28-25-2fl.5(5; cows l!).7. E i-2t.50; few good above fcv ?onrt liRilcrx aurt mixed year- * '22_(M\; canner.s and cutters IS.aO- lings to 31.50; common and medium j 19.50. 140-160 Ibs mostly 17.25-18.25 18.35; 110-Ua Ibs 15.75-16.85; Roorl and choice sows 400 Ibs down lfi,50-17.50; few 17.60; heavier sows 15,25-15.25; stags 12.00-14.50; boars 0.50-13.00. Cattle 5500; calves 1100; medium Beware Coughs Following Flu Aficrlhc fin is over and gone, the cough that follows nifly develop inio chronic bronchitis if neglected. Creocnulsion relieves promptly because it goes right lo Ihe iscat of the trouble lo hc]p loo.sen and expel germ laden phlegm, atid aid naiure lo soothe and heal taw, lcndcr,iaflamcd bronchial membranes. No nKiltcr bow many meilicme.s you I^I.-.-.L ,^,^,-v.. , t ..-•• ^ av c irictl Cicomnhion is jnnran- with ft loss estimated at hotter llian \ lcctl t() please you or druggie refunds 520,000. Fire engines from Prairie » in ncy. Crcormilsmn has Mood the test of many milrion.s of users. CREOMULSION r.lnvii Caughi, Chttl Coldi, A tut. l>r*tMH. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, III., ,royed the Dngan Locker plant herr Grove, WcsLville. Okla. f and p'ay- eUeville answered tlie alarm and 1 a [J joining buildings on the north side of ttio srtiiare. Unusual Greeting Cards * iold exclusively lo each customer n POPULAR PRICED Special selection Business and Social Use GIFT WRAPPINGS Complete A&sovLtnents Priced Only lOc up Samuel F. Nprris Stilloncrs-Ortice Out fillets Printers Across from City Hall A J WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT 10« SAVf SVEN MORI ON LARGER SIZ£S (.£^Vff.'& f.hten lo Kl CN at 10:10 ii.m. and 4:50 p.m. dally for our program announcements. Box Offic* Openi mt 1:4A Show Starts 'i:W p.m. Continuous Showing Kveryday An HnilSlML GIFT Of The big Sydney Harbor bridge is an Australian national symbol, sini to the Eiffel Tower or the 5Uituc of Liberty. WELCOME HOME—Flight Lt. ,Tohn Driver of the British Royal Air Forct Is embraced and kissed «nthu«l»iticii]ly by his pretty wife,' Joy, »ft«r his release from ,RviMl»B custody in Berlin. Dri- c*r w*« held by the Russians (or 1hr«« >norlhs before being al- tewtd lo return to duty. He arrived Saturday by plane aid will leave Wednesday for Oakland and overseas duty. Locker Plant Burns At FoyettcriJ/e FAYETTEVILJjE. Ark.. Dec. 4. (/Ft —Fire early this morning dcs- MOM! MY COLD Last Times Today JOHN GARF1ELD PATRICIA NEAL 'Breaking Point' Paramount News & Shoris Tuesday & Wednesday EKKOI, FLYNN. PATRICK WYMORE DEEP-ACTION relief from coughs, chokey stuffiness with every breath! • ^fothcr, here's a sjiccinl way In give your IHIle one wonderful comfort with the very samp Vicks VapoHuhthatal- _ ways brings such grand results when you rub it on! Easy . . . Effective; Put 2 gond spoonfuls of VnpoRub in a vaporizer or bowl of boiling water as directed in package. Then ... let your youngster breathe in Ihe soothing, meditated vapors. HOMl-PROVED FOR YOU BV MILLIONS OF MOTHERSI Every breath carries VapoHub's famous combination of time- proved medications deep into large bronchial tubes. Coiiifoit- ins relief from distress of colds comes in a hurry! Then ... to keep up relief for houvs, rub Vicks VnpoKub on throat, chesl and back, too. 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