The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 25, 1949 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 25, 1949
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PAGE FOUR BLVTHEVILLB (ARK.)' COUHIER NEWS Jan* Shelton, Society Editor pholle 4<(61 Miss Barham To Wed In Colorado Ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Russell Barham of Colorado ; Springs, Colo., are today announcing the engagement of their daughter, Miss Wanda Barham, to 'William Howard Woods, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Woods, also of Colorado Springs. Miss Barham U a graduate of Blytheville high school where she participated in many extra currleu- Jar .activities, serving as president of Beta Club, treasurer of Red Peppers, accompanist ior the Glee I Club, and historian ot the Garden Club. She Is also a graduate of Gulf Park College, Gulfport, Miss. Mr. Woods attended Colorado College and Is now employed by the Timken Ball Bearing Co. .The wedding will be performed December 31 at the First, Christian Church In Colorado Springs. • • » Dessert Bridge Fetes Miss, Dorothy Higginson Another 'In a series of parties in compliment to Miss Dorothy' Higginson, bride-elect of James Rogers, was given last night when Mrs. T. H. Caraway, Mrs. R. B. Purvis and Mrs. W. H. OKeefe were hostesses to five tables ol guests for a dessert : bridge at the OTCeefe home, 1520 Holly. , The yellow and white motif was emphasized throughout the decorations of the entertaining rooms with bouquets of yellow and white chry: santhemuhis L arranged in the home. An unusual arrangement of lave h- 'der arid yellow chrysanthemums In a low cn'stal bowl were placed on .the mirrored mantel for DIG occasion. ' . , ;. ^ ' The guests were seated at the individual table which were centered with crystal bud vases holding tiny 'yellow and white chrysanthemums in complement to the chosen color ; theme. In the bridge games Mrs. Ray ;whittlngtbn won high 'with Mrs. In the bunco 'games, Mrs. Grace •Rube C»rson ; winning bridge. .Wil to won bunco with Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Jr., winning travel prize. Miss Higginson : wore on the occasion a two toned gray wool jersey auifc on which; she pinned * creamy gardenia encircled with tiny "yellow chrysanthemums. She was presented, gifts her hosteesee. from Recent Bride Feted . At Miscellaneous Shower i Mrs. Jimmy Straight, who was before her recent marriage Miss Mnr- ' garet-Miller, was complimented last ,. night with a miscellaneous .shower ' when Mrs. Robert Lovelace and Mrs. Trdy^.Mayo were hostesses to 20 guests-:at the Mayo home for the effalr. , . . • The Halloween theme was emphasized through the'home with Jack- o-lanterhs and Halloween scenes. - MiM Lurlyne 'Hatley entertained the guests when she appeared as a gypsy and told fortunes: from crystal ball. . " • Games were played .with prizes being awarded to Mrs. Lovelace und Mrs. Straight. Each,-guest fished Ior favors of Halloween candles. During.the evening, refreshments were served by the hostesses who were "assisted by Mrs. Jean Miller End Mrs. Fronia Hatley. TO BE MlKRILD-MIss Wanda Barham daughtd of Mr and Mrs Russell Barham ot Colorado Springs, Colo, formerly oi Blythevilte w m' become the bride of William Howard Woods in a ceremoi.y to be'per formed Dec. 31 at the First'Christian Church in Colorado Springs Osceo/n Girl Acclaimed 'Honor Girl of the Day' Miss-Evelyn "Jean Pigg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pigg of Osceola and niece of County Judge and Mrs. Roland Green of Blytheville, was "Honor Girl of the Day" at the Vanderbilt-Arkansas football game Saturday at Nashville, Tenn. Elected Vanderbilt band sponsor by .the "V" Club, Miss Pigg was' presented to the crowd of 30,000 when she led the musicians as they moved through the gates and across the. field shortly before game time. Carrying out the university colors of black and gold. Miss Pigg wore a black frock and carried a sheaf of gold chrysanthemums tied with black satiii ribbons. Winner of this high honor Is unannounced until she' appears with the band, but about 20D Mississippi County football fans were there to acclaim her. These Included her parents, Mrs. Green and Mr. and Mrs. Carl B Moxwell of Memphis another uncle and aunt. Miss Pigg, who is a junior at the University, attended Lindenwood College, St. Charles, Mo., for a year prior to entering Vanderbilt. Birthdays Are-Honored At GA Meeting Birthday gilts were presented two members of the Calvary Baptist GA group.Jut night In the social hour which followed the regular meeting Fourteen members met at the home of Alice Aiin I.cdbetter with the leader, Mrs. Vernon Boyd speaking on, "How To Be 4 Better Christian." '-A short business meeting followed with Joann Tedlock leading tlu c las ing prayer. In the social hour following, Lem Robinson., and Billte Shanks were presented birthday gifts from the group. t Alice Ann was'assisted In servin» by her sister, Neva Sue Lcdbctter. At The Hospitals Blylhevllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Percy Crow, city. Arthur Crowder, oity Jack Moore, City. G. V. Daws,' City. Mrs. Anne Rice, City. Carlos Florez-Lope/,, Luxora Walls Hospital Dismissed: Charles Henry Jones city Mrs. Charlie Krulz, ru 3 Wilson Branch, Steele. Ray Poplin, steele. Mrs. Willis Keiscr and babv Steele. " , -Mrs. R. L.. Jones and baby, Sieelc Mrs. Ben Abbott and baby, 5tt T Mary Van Snecd, City. Lebanon has planned a reforestation program to restore the cedars of Lebanon which were fa- nnus In ancient times. Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 »:00 i.a!. (2:45 p.m. «:30 pi LISTEN TO KLCN Tuesday and Wednesday Look for the Silver Lining The Life at Marilyn .Aimer with June Haver and Ray Bolrer ' Selected Short Subject! CentnsHimi Showing Everyday AND YOU'LL BUY IT AGAIN AND AGAIN Mrs. Holliman Speaks At Lone Oak HD Meeting Mrs. Freeman Huey was hostess to members of the Lone Oak Home Demonstration Club yesterdav at her home when Mrs. Gcrtuido~Hol- liman, Home Demonstration Agent was guest speaker. -The Right and Wrong Baking Standards" was the eye-opener for the meeting followed by the CTOUD singing of the song, "Smiles." Mrs. Tom Britt,™ gave the devotional with Mrs. Huey reading the poem, --it Is,Too' Late." Mrs Forrest Moore presided over he meeting after which Mrs. Holliman discussed "Food with The Proper Vitamins and Their Benefits to the Body.' 1 Group plans were made for a dinner to be given Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Moore In compliment to the husbands of the mem- DC rs, A. sandwich plate appropriate to ine Halloween season was served during IhcTtriefnoon. Welfare Clinic Planned For Children Tomorrow The Well Children's clinic which is .sponsored each month ay a different church, is under -he sponsorship of the. Presbyterian Church this month which will conduct a clinic Wednesday for white children in nr ,d around Blyhe- ville, from newborn infants to one and half years of age. The clinic will be rice nnd will begin at 1 o'clock at the Welfare Clinic in Blylheville. Bits of News BRIDE'S TROUSSEAU Mrs. India Sanders of Bryan; Texas has arrived for a 10 days visit with her sister, Mrs. H. F. Gay of Half Moon. Mrs. B. G. Green of Memphis was the guest of Mrs. Gay for several days before returning to her home Sunday. She came especially to visit her sister- in-law, Mrs. Sanders. Mrs. Ida Andcrson'of Jonesboro was the week-end guest of her daughter Mrs. Joe Strickland and family, Mr. and Mrs. Cohen'Brooks of Manila were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.- Cecil Massey and family. Mrs. R. A. Wall of steele was the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs, O. K' Whistle. Mrs. W. D. Cobb, Sr., of Joncs- loro Is visiting here as guest of icr son, W. D. Cobb, Jr., and Mrs. Cobb. Mrs. B. F. Kiger and Mrs. George Barham are spending today In Memphis. Walter Webster returned Monlay from an extended visit In Dur- lani, N.C., as guest of his son Edward WehMer and Mrs. Wcbr ster. Condition of Miss Doris Stone vho has been a patient for several days at. Blylhcville Hospital Is unchanged. Mrs. J. A. DeHaver of Little Rock Is. visiting here as guest of ler daughter, Mrs. O. S. Crowell, "tr. Crowell and family. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mills am | SOI , Bennle, of Memphis, were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bam ^andrum. , .Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wllfccrson of >lt. Pleasant, Texas, were the veekeiid guests „[ / Mr . and Mrs O. W. Williams. Mrs. W. C. White left today for icr home in Springdalc. 111., after 10-day visit here as guest of Mr ml Mrs. P. S. Corner and family Mrs. W. W. Hawkins was removed Pslerday by ambulance to her ome at 1031 West Main after hnv- ig been a patient at Campbell's Jhnic in Memphis for the past two •ceks. Condition of Mrs. Hawkins, 'ho received a broken hip in an accident several weeks ago, now' is mi'ch improved but she still is'un- able to have visitors. Mrs. Jnhn McDowell, who underwent n major operation 10 days ago at Blytheville Hospital, has been removed to the home'of Mr. .McDowell's mother, Mrs. J. D. McDowell, on Highway 61 South. Her condition is much improved. Miss Mary Van Sneed was dismissed last night from Walls Hospital where she had been a patient for two weeks with virus pneumonia. Condition of Miss Snced who Is now. at her home on Davis Street Is satisfactory. , ; Mrs: Eduardo de los Rios of San Diego, Calif., will arrive Wednesday night to be the guest of Mr nnd Mrs. Sameul F. Norris for a : week. The former Mrs. Harry T. Carting of San Diego, she last visited here about 12 years nso, following an extended visit in Europe .By Sue Burnett What could be more exciting for young girls than a glamorous.brid- al trousseau for her favorite doll? The clothes Illustrated are complete from veil down to tiny underwear.-Plan now to surprise her on Christmas morning. • Pattern No. 3124 Is for dolls size 16. 18. 20, 22, and 24 inces- Consult pattern for requirements. -.- For this pattern, send 25 cents In COINS, your name, address size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News MO South Wells Street/Chicago 7,' The Fall and Winter FASHION .a complete guide In. planning a wearable fall wardrobe! New exciting _ informative. Free pattern printed inside the book 25 cents. Plans Are Made For Week of Prayer Plans were made for the Week of Prayer to be observed next week at the WSCS meeting'of the Late Slreet Methodist* Church yesterday at the regular meeting. The meeting Was opened by Mrs! Adna Reagan with Mrs. Billy Kin- president presiding over the business session. During the business Mrs. Iteagan was appointed chairman of the Week of Prnycr service. Mrs- King '.aught the last In a series of studies "Prayer, Faith and Service" which was taken from the book, "Women of U: Veteran Druggists Denies Claims He is a Scientist OAKLAND. Ma. —Wj-^Joseph , E Harncd is 79 years old.. He has run a drug store here for 57 years -and he is a druggist, not a'scientist But he has written a botany text book-. -Wild Flowers of the Alle- gnenies." Tt is used in schools and libraries all over the country.'The botany departments of Harvard Cornell nnd other universities encouraged the work and helped hin with-it. He has two honorary doctorate degrees. He Js listed In "Who's Who" and'"American Men of Science." ,Also, he's'a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement "of Science. He is the friend of many scientists and of the late Thomas Edison. He insists, however, he is still "just a country kid pursuing a hobby." His book 'has been pniiscd uofh for its accuracy and its popular style. It has brought him letter: from all ovcr the world. Ilrrliii I)o»s Near Nnrnml Berlin, Germany _w,- 'me dog's life m Berlin i s gradually returning to normal. _ In summer 1949 the city had «MOO dogs, about 13,000 more than three years ago. This makes one "OK for every 62 pcrson.s as do (Pared with 52 before the war." t But the clog tax is twice the Jire-ivar rate, 120 marks ($3G> a year. iure." Mis. c. p. Shainlin closed facrip- meeting with prayer. the pace] merica** buying U at a jet-propelled Newl95OStudebaker TJie aerodynamic "next look-in cars! MORI FOR YOUR MONEYI LOW, LONS, ALLURINC1 Higlier compression Champion and Commander cnRinca of increased horsepower • Sc]f.s| a . bilizing coil sprine front whtrl suspension • Widc-rim wheels and extra-Iow.pressure tirci • Self-Ad justing braku • Oversize windows anil windshield • Glare-proof "black liRht" instrument dials . Wcar-irsssl- ing Studebafccr craftsmanship. O Wstoryl °r nl> ' ' C "' " ha " one month M Studchakcr Stop in ami lake a close-up look at Snulc , sleek exclusive "next look" s,yl ing . ^ ' c decide you *,,„, a of yo ur own. CHAMBLIN SALES COMPANY K " lnWd * Ash ' Plum. 888 ? STUDEBAKERS REALLY ROLLING STUDCBAtq. LEADS A G A,N W,TH THE NEXT LOOK : N C/ Coming Events Social Calendar Wednesday Chapter "D" of PEO complimented by Mrs, Monroe Crata aritf Mrs. E. B. Lancashire at Grain home. Delphian Meeting at Hotel Noble i 10 a.m. Mrs. C. L. McWaters entertains Town and Country club. City Council PTA groups to meet at First Baptist Church at 2 p.m. Thursday , Television party at H. C. Blanken- snip., home in compliment to Phc- bean Class of First Baptist Church Buffet Supper at Country Club at 7:30 |i.m. •Annual Hnrvest suppei to be given by Yarbro Methodist Church at Yarbro school Beginning- at 5:30 pjn Miss Dorothy Higginson feted uy Mrs. 'Jesse Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rcedcr, Mr and Mrs. Billy Boone. Mr. and'Mrs' Sanford Boone, Mr. and Mrs. Jlm- ny Lee Bj-ooX-s, Mr. and Mrs. T H: Caraway hosts and hostesses 'to 20th Century club, a p.m. sunrx>r dance b " Si " eSS ln&M "* Precedes Mrs. Albei-t Enderlin entertains lytheville Rook Club. " laln! ' Ihursday Night Club meets with Mrs. Holland Akin. Thursday Rook Club meets with Mrs, nichard Prltclmd. <-•. Friday. Mrs. George Pollock, Jr., com- ilimcnts Friday Contract Club ' s - Dowdy entCT ^ ins TUESDAY, OCTOBBR W, 1949 Baptist C/rc/ts A4*et In Members' Homti Two Civic Calendar Tuesday American Legion—6 p jn ; Wednesday ' Kiwanls Club, Hotel Noble—12-10 .m. . • . Lange PTA Executive Boaid 2-30 p.m. followed by PTA meeting at 3 .m. - • • . Thursday ''. • Rotary Club, Hotel Noble—J2-10 .m. Chamber of Commerce—2:30 iim FOOTBALL: Paps vs Jackson, Tenn., Here Friday FOOTBALL: Chicks vs Nashville, Ark., there PTA Groups to Meet At Baptist Church Mrs. Harmon Taylor,, City PTA Council president, has called a sne- ial City C=::r.c,% PTA meeting for Vednesday at 2'p.m. at the First Baptist Church./ .. " Members of -all PTA groups of he city are urged by Mrs. Taylor o be present. '.-•'- Ruth Veiis teaching the lesson .Twelve members were 'present fo the meeting of circle ThietVt th Home of Mrs. R. w . Vv\x,t«n. Mr Leslie Moore opened the meet!, with prayer Mrs.- o. 8. Lemoj leaching the lesson. Mrs. wilb Oennlng closed the meettoj! wi prayer. ' * Mrs. Harry Brooks led the open ing prayer (or the Circle Four meet Ing which met with Mrs E O Brown with 15 members present Mrs. Alvln Huffman Jr. taught th lesson, with Mrs. .Charles Kewcom closing the meeting with prayer Circle Five met at the, home o Mrs. J. J. Cookston with elgh members and one new member Mrs Johnny Homer, and two guests Mrs, Lawrence Posey and Mrs. Ray Enser. Opening prayer was led b Mrs. R. o. Cash with Mrs. Walte Bishop teaching the lesson Mrs Homer led the dismissal prayer Mrs. A. L. Chaffin wu hostess U nine members of ^Circle Six at he home. Mrs. Marion Williams open cd the meeting- with prayer The Irason was taught by Mrs Kendal Berry with Miss Cordelia wilhit closing the.meeting with.prayer. At the conclusion of each meet ig. refreshments were served by the hostesses. Three Visitors Attend Calvary Circle Meeting Mrs. Roy Ford, Mrs." C.' D. Thorn and Mrs. Bessie Handley were guests at the meeting of Circle Twc of the WMU Of Calvary Baptis when the nine members met at th r.ome of M.S. Henry McCain tor a Bible study last night. Mrs. Liiclan Galnes led the opening prayer with Mrs. J. B. Erigi Rrl [! presiding over the" business meeting Mrs. H. J. Pon'dren led the round table Bible discussion. Mrs. Pleas Rambo led the clojfne prayer. Mrs. McCain served refreshments at the conclusion of the meeting The slain makes th« difference In DYA.N- SHINE Slain Fait* Polish. It actually i rich, tru* co?or,fnto tha [eatW, toning scuffi' and faded ipots to the real iho« colorl DYANSHINE Jixpi brown tfxxi brow black iho«ft black .;.and gives a hard, liont shin*, too. Double action : :: doubU '• value. Eaiy to u». And thnflyl At food, drug,V variety «or«v lorton Mfa. Ca, St. Loud 15..' BlythcviMe, Arkansas Tuesday and Wednesday Matisse and Night I'M KITTY I, too, contributed to the tragedy! VIOLENT, SHOCKING AND ENGROSSING..CONVINCING PROOF..IT CAN HAPPEN HERE-TO YOU! NO PRETENSE... JUST FACTS ... IT SCORCHES THE SCREEN! SfGREGATI D AUDI INC IS 50c to Everybody All-Day Muting By Pnsbytuian Wom.n An ; ali-d»y. canting of ; the 'WA. tneti o! tli* First ?resbvt»(-i.» Church WM conducted y«t«rd»v with' the program beginning K 10:30 ..m. with Mr.. OP. R^ offering the devotional. "". ml » The program for Ihe d*y s »,,« taken from the book, '•Missions »! The Grass Roots," Tills '-va» und« the direction of Mrj. Ed Tun« She was 'asslsttd by Mr«. B I li Young, Mrs. Roy Walton MM Monroe Grain, Mr/. Willard P«»' Mrs. a. W. Dlllahunty, Mrs. EdeaV Borum, Mrs. Hermon Carleton. Mrs. Walter Day, Mrs. Harvey Kldd and Mis. W. A. Ddbyn, T This portion of thf program was followed by the potluck luncheon •Immediately following luncheon the remainder of the program was offered. Mercator, th« rhan who In the term "alias" for t book maps, said It derived from » rriythl cal astronomer King Atla.' of rjhi. and not the god Atlas, former» suppose^ to support the world oa his shoulders. Show Starts 7:80 Box Office Upena 6:4S Bargain NUht Everj Ficepl Saturday N'o passes honored un Sonda; at Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday Street Corner with Mar«la Mae Jones On Slate in Person CURTIS HAVES Radio Hygiene Commentator Shows for Women it 2:00 P.M. ant 7:M P.M.—For Men—sl-Ofl $ 50 *.*• INLMLND STONEVILU2-B SEED STONEVlliiMI ««reh to, «orl>,>.t,il, improvtm.nH *» »vr Stoiwvillt 31 fovndoi;«, >l»«l. r«» (en msVe rrop. mcn<r p»r «f. by plontinj our (r«ih 1950 r»«.ilertJ tr»tt.'tr'> prepotent c<* ^"""- '"<••: F»r ton H85.00; ftr 100ft. bo, 1.75. o.rfsr M,h/ pWtl STONEVILLE PEDIGREED SEED COMPANY - w. $. A.

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