The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 22, 1949 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 22, 1949
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PAGE T5TO BLYTKEVTLLE (ARK.y COURIER NEWS Jane SheJtoJi, Society Editor > l |3cri Taylor Honored , On Fifth Birthday BerJ Tayjoj }vas honored on his fifth birthday yesterday when. IB ftiests spent the" afternoon at his home in games pjaycd in rooins wl(lcj) jwc decorated ip ghost and cerjliii scepes, Tommy Seay, Mary Jane Droke, Linda Browning and Joe Francis r vpfe presented prizes dM r i. n £ the , panjes. i Gifts were presented Beri atler : \vhich the white birlhday cake which was topped l« caniiy letter, "Happy Birlljcjay Beri" aiid circled by five burning candles tn caiidy holders was served with ice crpam and drinks. Halloween balloons and candies were presented the young guests, as favprs. : Special giiesls for the affair were Airs. A. T. Keesllng of Pendlcton, Ind., arjci Mrs. Arthur Chapman. ivfrs, Taylor was assisted in serv- jng bv J!rs."JBc/r Sfarsh. C.B.C. Club,. Guest Meet With Mrs. Moore Mrs. J. D. Smith and Mrs. D. O Fjeenian weie guests with members of the C.B,O. Club when Mrs. Ross Mooie' entertained at her home yesterday. Mixed flowers decorated the rooins. in which rook games were played with Mrs. O. O. Elkins winning high, Mrs. ^.A. Hardy second and Mrs H A. Oopeland, rooko. During t|ic afternoon,, cream tarts .ami coffee were served».».».. Avajon Club Meets ' In Eddie Ford Home Mrs.:RoIand Davis was guest with members of the Avalon Bunco Olub when Mrs. Eddie Ford was hostess to the club at her home Thursday, •Mrs. Raymond siiamlin won high, 'Mrs. 'W. J. Cnpples low and Mrs. ;Ford bunco in the games which were. .played in the roonis flecoratcd with potted plants. 1 During tlio afternoon, a dessert course was served. t • * • Mis. Poetz Entertains 'Friday Contract Club Mrs a O Poetz was hostess yes- teiday to the Friday Contract Olub and three guests, Mrs. Arthur Vance, Mrs. O. ifodinger and 'Mrs. G. G. ;coudiii. Pom pom chrysanthemums and ;ye'llow -roses decorated the entor- ,'taining rooms. j Refreshments were served follow, ting the game;, In which Mrs. Poetz •:won high, Mi-s. Modinger second 'and Mrs. Oaudill bridgo. ^Octette Club, Guests Play 'Budge In Hill Home Mrs. James Hill, Jr., was hostess to members of the Octette Clnb an<( two guests, Mrs, John O. McHaney sijd Mrs V Q Holland, Thursday ''at her home. • .In'the bridge games, Mrs. Charles Hose won high with Mrs. Hill win. fling second. Bouquets of dahlias decorated the home for the dessert bridge. Convention Report Made At Chaptei "N" Meeting Mrs. R. F. Kirshncr and Mrs. E. R. Lancashire made reports on the National PEG convention which they^ attended in September at the meeting of Chapter "N" of the PEO .sisterhood yesterday at the home ...ol Mrs. L. E. Old. After, a brief business meeting the hostess served refreshments. » * • » Films to Be Shown .At Evening Service The Sunday evening services of the First Christian Clittrch have been changed to Include two films. ':The House In The Desert" and "The Birthday of n Prophesy" will l/e shown and explained by Dr. Al- Ired Vise, rabbi of Temple Tsracl. This special program will be A combination of the C. Y. F. lesson j i.suaily held at 6:30 followed by! the evening service. The program i will be from 6 p.m. lo 7:30 p.m. BROTHER 01? SISTER Sue Burnett Your little lots will look l(ke, a pair or angels In those ci|te play clothes that are so sturdy and practical. Overalls and jacket are suitable for a boy or girl, sister Ijas a jumper with pleated skirt•Pattern No. SMI is in sizes 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 years. Size 3, ovaralls, ?4 yfirri; jacket, l'/l yarsd; short pants, % yard skirt, 1 yard. , For thts' pattern, send 2a cents in COINS, your mnne, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier I^ews, 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 7, 111. •"•--.'.'. Don't miss the new FASHION. The Fall a'nd Winter Issue witi dc- llght yon w'ith Its ni]-lo-lhe-n)lnule, easy to make frocks Tor all' the family. Free gift pattern printed Insfcle the book. 25 cents. , Coming Events .*'* Social Calendar Mandiiy Mrs. Freeman Iliioy hostess to Oak Home Demonstration Olub. Baptist Circles meet; Circle One, Mrs. B. B. Woodson; Circle Two, Mrs, Roy Hencl; .Circle Three. Mrs. R. W. Wnoten; Circle Four, Mrs. E. C. Brown; Circle Five. Mrs. J. J. Cookston; Circle Six, Mrs. A. L Chaflin. Women of the First Presbyterian Church meet (or Mission Study at 10:30 a.m. tallowed by pa truck luncheon. Business meeting of the Women's Council' of the First Christian Church at Mrs. Boyce Moore's home with Mrs. w. D. Cobb co-hoslcss: Lake Street WSCS mccis at church. Calvary Y.W.A. inrpts with Mrs. Mnbel Lunsford. Spaghetti Supper at. First Meth-1 odist Church served by Senior Scout mothers beginning at 8 p.m. First Methodist Church WSCS conducts study course preceded by 11 a.m. luncheon. Mrs. P. H. Carnway, Mrs. R. B. Purvis and Mrs. W. II O'Kecfe en- tcrlalnmg in rampliment to Miss Dorothy Higginson. brido-clcct. Tuesday Mr.s. Ernest French entertains Yarbro Home Demonstralion. Mrs. Paul Jobc entertains Club Eight. Mrs. Melvin Hatscll hostess lo La Nueve. Mrs. Neal Gesel entertains La 2(Uh Century Club. \Vcilnesday Chapter "D" of PEO complimented by Mrs. Monroe Crain and Mrs. E. R. Lancashire al Grain home. Thursday Miss Dorothy Higginson Icted by Phone 4461 Bits qf New CHURCH of CHRIST H. F. Sharp, Minister Be Sure You. Hear These Subjects Sunday Morning- 10:50 "The Sin of Instrumental Music In Christian Worship" O Sunday NigiU 7:30 "Is the Church Essential" The Friendly Church — Welcome CHURCH of CHRIS! | Mrs. Kolund Green, accompanied I)y Iicr hrollier, Carl B. ^faxyjpll and Mrs. Maxwell of MeinplUs, antl |>y her sister, Mrs. J. A, pfg' gi ^ Mr. Pigg of Osccola, nre in Nasht ville to attend (he Arkansas 7 Va|i- rtcrhilt rontbiill gaii)e t|)is. afternoon While there they will bo 'guest-s of Miss Kvelyn Jem) Pigg a. sludcnt at Vaiuierbih. " ' •••-"• Miss Peggy Douglas of Osccola has pledged SI 41ph.a Sigma Tau soroiily at Arkansas Teachers Co)-, lege, Conwny, where she Is a stn-, dent. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Klene and daughter Claurlia Jnne . loft this morning for Phoenix, Arizona where they will spend the winter. They IJlim to return In March. Miss Inez Henderson, and Miss Anne Driver, both of Osccoln, nre allending Ihe Arkansas-Vanderbill game today in Nashville as guests of Miss Evelyn Jean Pigg! who Is a student at Vanderbilt. Mrs. Ernest Roush nnd sons Ernest Jr., and CXlle, left Friday for Tampa, FJn., where tliey will join Mr. Roush lo make their hon'fe in Tamrta. For the past" week Mrs Roush and sons have been vhjtin" here as guests of Mrs. T. b. Rhoades and O. A. Rousli. ' ' * • Miss Polly Stewart arrived home today from Arkansas state Qo|li>ge Joncsboro where s|ie |ii,s bepn a slit-' dent for the past five weeks.. " Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Dndd, Mt^ Bonjta, Slauknrd aj(d Miss Barbara denning a 11 c n il e d the Frontier Ball last nlehl at Arkansas State College, Joncsboro which 'was •sponsored by Sigma Pj fnUerjilty Among the Blylhevillc peon|D attending the Arkansas, VajiderblH game today In Nash.vl|lD are Mr pud Mrs. R. II. Kirby. Mr. ana Mrs! lilton Kirby, Mr. nnd Mrs, W L Hqrnor, Mr. and Mrs. W. J Poll lard, Mr. and Mrs. E. 8. Womison, Mr. Bfid Mrs, p. E B| w k, Mr. and Mrs Charles Rose, Mrs Baker Wilson nnd Miss Jane Wilson, Mrs J Piirns McCaJla, and Jenny wren' Harmon Taytgr, Albert Taylor E' ^r,T en ' 5 ;\," Clil " d n ' Sh0|) ' J »'»CS ieiry am) Mr. and Mrs. Win Cnmn bell. . j ' Mrs, v. ,\. CimninBham is spending the weekend In Trenton, Tenh with relatives. She will be joined n Memphis Sunday on her return home by Mr. Cunningham, who hns been attending n meeting in New Orleans for several days Mrs. Girt Robinson and Mrs. C W. Spencer loft today for Little Kock where liiuy will be the week end guests of Mrs. Spencer's son I. nest bpenccr n,,ri Mrs. Spencer Jhey plnn to return Monday Mr. nnd Mrs. A. T. Kecslin? of Pendlcton, Ind., who have been the houscguests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ar- Ihur Chapman nnd Mrs Bill Tav lor left today for their home. They will visit en route with other reln- UV,<r1->" Enst Prairie, Mo --Miss Peggy Hipp and Chnrlcs Roy In CE- nttenrtcd the. Frontier Ball last night at Arknnsns State College Joncsboro, which wns sponsored by Sigma pi fraternity. WSCS to^Bcgin Study Course Monday The WSCS of the First Methodi.s-t. Church will meet Monday tor a -study course and luncheon nl tbe Church with the program beginninc r-i 11 " Mrs, Newton Whilis. study course chairmnn, wil i conduct the study imincdlntcly followhi" lunch Mrs. Jesse Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rcedcr Mr and Mrs. Billy Boonc. Mr and Mrs San ford Boonc, Mr. and Mrs Jimmy Lee Brooks, Mr. and Mrs T H. Caraway hosts and hostesses to 20 Century Club. Mrs. Albert Endcrlin entertains Blytlieville Rook- Club. Thursday Nigiit Club meets with Mrs. Holland Akin. Thursday Rook Club meets with Mrs. Richard Pritchard. Friday Mrs. George Polinck. Jr.. compliments Friday Contract Club. Mrs. C. S. Dowdy entertains C.B.C. Clnb. Fall Styles Have British Accent ^f y '^Ss. ' Fall fjshions from Prilaln sport traditionally Tine desijns that caler to U.S. tastes. A slim skirled b|i>ck suit Daunts » lively plaid muffler Dial Eds cinched in a( the waist (left). Angled slrijies point up puckels anil collar of brown and beige worsted dress and jacket ensemble (etnt ler). Slripes again (iir the wit (right) bronze anil silver worked in vertical lines on the jacket, horizontally on skirt l)y f>nsje Khianl \i:,V Fashion Killlnr ' NEW YORK (NBA)—Designer! to make an American take back ner words if she says that British fashions are stodg arc four Lowion-ite- ^Igned collections of ready-to-wear maile for the U.S.A. Combining fine British woolens and good London tailoring — ".so good" American fashion critics are saying, "that they could be worn (aside out'—these imported coats, suil.s and dresses make a real contribution to U.S. fashions. London designers have entered to U. S. tastes lor snappy slylina: and bright novelty woolens. 7n creating ready-to,wear for a wide U. S. distribution, designers have bowed to American steam heating in their use of. lightweight woolens. -AHhoi;:;)! tormed Tc.idjstOrwenr," British methods of creating m;iss- preduced clothes involve enough handwork and individual treatment to warrant calling exerts ''custom-made" fasliions. Despite tile amount of custom work they have and the duty that's tacked on, the price of these imports is less pockets and collar of a matching of comparable quality and. style. Typical styling is seen in a dress and Jacket ensemble of brown and f beige slriued worsted. Designed by [ Martiia of London, the stripes are 1 angled to give shoulders and pockets of the dress unusual treatment. Stripes are also angled to point ut> Mrs. Watson Speaks At Central PTA Meeting i^frs. Carroll Watson of Osccoda was gnest speaker at the meeting of the central PTA Wednesday at the • first Jtaptist ClnircJi- Airs, Watson discussed, "Children Need To Belong." The mtcting was opened by Mrs. •Alvin Huffman, program clrainniui with Mrs. Roy woods 'offering' the deyotmn,! Ml mothers were urged by Miss Swift to send their children reg ulnrly and when It was necessary for them to be absent to send a note of explanation. The group voted to place ,t first aid kit in the office for iho use of all rooms. In the room count the second grade won downstairs, the fifth grado upstairs. The sixth grade mother were hostesses in the social hour which followed. Schools in Stee/e, Mo., To Resume November 7 Schools in Sfcelc, Mo., will reopen on November 7, it was announced this week by R. F. Knight, superintendent, who said thnt a few ri.anges in the faculty will be et- lective on thlU date. Mrs. Galena risk, who was one of the Fiftli Grade teachers, has resigned and her place will he filled by Mrs. Wilhelm, who 'has been 'caching Second Grade pupils. Miss nosalcc Bobbitt of Joncsuovo will fill the vacancy in the Second Crude. Fred Bowmnn lias been employed to teach mathematics In the Seventh >nd Eighth grades succeeding Joe Mlchie, who has resigned. Have IliidiOiProgram The Hayti Business and Professional Woman's Club ended its observance of"National Business and Professional Woman's Week with a broadcast over the Kennett "radio s tT-i rl i t , v \ The progrim "qi}iB«f T f • Boost Your town. It Boosts You. Vas Picacntcd bv Mis Anne<*towell and Mrs. Freda Kelly. It was sponsored by Herschel Ksiscr. fiarden Club Meets The Moonlight Garden Club held us tenth meeting of the year this week at the home of Mrs. Henry Euell with Mrs. Essie Adcock and Mrs. Henri Walker as co-hostesses. After the business meeting, conducted by the president. Mrs. I. R Conclil, Mrs. Floyd Ma this, assisted bj Airs. J. w. Golden and Mrs. Walker, presented the program. The course of study was given by Mrs P- U Kelly. First place in arrangements was given to Mrs. Golden. Mrs Walker and Mrs. Condit were second and third respectively. Kola SiRs Have Tea • Delia Rho Clvaptcr of Beta Sigma Phi entertained Sunday with a tea at the home of Mr.s. Noah Barkovitz honoring nishccs who are to be initiated into the chapter Honored guests included Mrs J V. Bradford. Mrs. Ray Campbell' •Mrs. Curl Williams, Mrs. Ted Wilson. Mrs. Lawrene James and Mrs Ralph Gaines. • W.S.C.S. Begins Study _The Woman's Society o f Chris- fitted jacket trimmed with browr pockets and collar o fa matching wool and self-eoverc buttons. Another that reflects Martita's wor.slcd of bronze and silver stripes, talents is one of bordered novelty For this, stripes are angled vertically at the sides of |he Jacket'to make it more slimming, stripes go in the opposite direction on a skirt that's given easy movement by back pleats. • ' • , A detachable plaid scarf of black, white and red wooi, which croases a shoulder and tucks under the belt of a lightweight black serge suit speaks for the fashion Hare of Frederick Starke, another .designer of iiie London model house group. Surprise Party Given Honoring Deli Minister Members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service in the Methodist ohiirch in Dell were "hostesses Wednesday night at a surprise party for their pastor, the Rev. E. H. Hall. A covered dish Slipper which was served In the High'School cafeteria with approximately 100 In attendance. The pastor was presented \uth i cake ind other gifts. Motion pictuies made m D e n wcre Krf . e t At The'riosmUls Hlytlieville Hospital Dismissed: Paul Lueas, Armorcl. Mrs. J. D. McDowell, Jr.. city Walls Hospital Lnsmisscd: Noel Milles, Dell. Mrs. Thomas C. Hopper and babv Olty. Marriage Licenses The following couple obtained a ' marriage license nt the office of Miss Elizabeth Blytlie. county clerk yesterday: Harvey Ralph and Mrs. Nettie White, both of Hlytlieville. tlan Service of the Methodist Church entered its study of Japan this week. The devotional was given by Mrs. Roy Bell. Feature of the meeting was a lecture given by Jim Ray, who saw Naval service in Japan during World War II. He showed the group souvenirs which he brought back from Japan. tn a Wednesday afternoon session, Camillc Hubcr .spnke on political and economic problems in Japan. P.T..A. Mccfs The Parent-Teachers Associate,, of Haytl met in the auditorium of the high school this week with over 100 parents anct teachers present Mrs. R. L. Gilbert had charge of tlic program. She discussed" the phases of child development Hottest spot on earth Is at th< Persian Gulf. Our store Is a rrrfcc'l example of the place to find anything in Ihc nay of home appliances. Don't delay .. . come in today. "Self-made men arc usual horrible example of un labor," cltmt H«Ki»K Phone the Load Off Your Back! Il's as easy as thai! Pick up your phone—call us—ami sec your wash-day load disappear like magic! Yes- well call for your laundry and do all of t lie work while you spend your wash-day in carefree relaxation' In n short dmc we'll rcftivn your wash to you—" sparkling clean and in perfccl comlilioii. Don't oost- pone ridding yourself of wash-day blues. Call us io- **ilVj •! 'I 1 h. Blytheville Laundry & Cleaners Phone 4418 . Tl ; e ., w(< ?"" ! ! ls Dible class of the irst Methodist C)iu,-cli met yeslef- ay at the Cliurch for a business nd social meeting with Mrs. James •^ A U s ', J °!!n Wa.lker and jvlrs. D. Bartsdaje hostesses to the meinbera ancj pj, e 6ue5t Mr5 . Joy Bag ley. Mrs. p. N. Hawkins gave the de- otional followed wjth the group IHBing, "The OJory Bong" and pripture reading taker, from the Irst pjmiiter of James. Purlng Ihe business, which was >resided over by Mrs. Hawkins, the lew year books were distributed. Mrs. . Bagley dismissed the meeting with prayer. C?o'fee and cookies were served ijuring ihe social hour, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1949 Show Starts 7:00 ', Km Office Opens 6;45 Opens Sunday |:0l); Starts [;i* Continuous Sliuws ' Sat. & • gun. Bargain Nigbl Every Night Exrepl Saturday No passes honored pn Sunday at Continuous Sruiws Bnx Ottii-e Opens 1:45 Show Starls 2:flO *!l)0 a.m. 1'-!l4f> p,m 1:SI] LISTEN TO Kl.CN Saturday Adventures of Gallant Bess willi Charles Mitchell ami Andrei Long Serial "Wild Bill Ilii-kiik" No. 4 and Shorl ' Coni, Shoving Sat, 12:30-11:30 Sunday & Monday House of Strangers With Kclwiird O. Hobmstm ami Susan HayN'.-irrt Paramount News ,fc Shorls Cnnt SlinwinR Sunda> 1:15-11:00 ATTENTION EX-G.I.'s Tu Maintain Your Benefits, 1'AY YOUR LEGION JJUKS XOH" DUD CASON POST 24 Saturday Crashing Thru \rllh \Vliiji Wilson Slid Cliribtine Mrsnn Serial 'Itockelmcn" No. 10 & ^Srt Conl. .SIi<]H/irg Sal. lli;30-U:5Q Sunilay Only >(DOUBLE I'EATUHE) Belle Starr's er lh fJcorf-c Montgomery and II11 Ui (lunijui (•'ox N'e-vs Coal. .Showins; Sunday 1;30-11:00 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Street Corner wilb Marcia Mac .loncs On Singe in Person CURTIS HAVliS Ituclio Hysicne CpminenhUor lm\\-s fur Women at '4:00 P.M, t 7:00 P.M.—For Men—SiO Fresh Slnck jji'i Guaranteed Best 1'rfl Kirby Drug Stb'res Blytheyille, Arkansas BIG DAYS _ Monday, Tyesdey, Wednesday Matinee and Night Oct. 24-25-26 CoySdiil TILL Her Mother What She Tel/ o friend! It Lifts the Iron Curtain of and Ignorance! NURSES IN ATTENDANCE SEGREGATED AUDIENCES WOMEN ONLY at 2 P.M.-I P.M. MEN ONLY at 9 P. M. TICKETS OH SAU EARIIER NO ChADREN UNDIR HIGH SCHOOt AGE 50c to Eyeryfcody

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