The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 26, 1949 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 26, 1949
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'• PACE FOUB BITTHEVTLLE (ARK.)' COURIER NWVfl WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER M, . 'Jan« Shelton, Society Editor- Fhon« 4461 Woman's Club Scene of Birthday Party B«ky Utley, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. F. E' Utley, was complimented on her seventh birthday Saturday when her parents entertained with i party at the Woman's 'Club for 30 of her friends. \ A profusion of multi-colored bal- lon* juspehdca around the mantle '•was the central point of interest 'in the entertaining rooms bouquets 'of issorted h'ued fall flowers fvtere arranged ill pottery vases -placed »t Intervals !n the club, i Th« refreshment table from which party foods were seived was 'decorated in pink and blue crepe -paper and topped with a white birthday 'cake.: which held seven ^candles in candy holders. t Halloween favors were presented "each child. Pictures were made J during the atternoon. i, Mrs/ Utley was assisted 'during Ithe aflernoon by Mrs G S Atkin- Sson, Mrs. Harvey Chapman and iMrs. Clarence Wilson. I ... lLaNeuve, Guests Fetecl lAt Green and Yellow Party I Green and yellow was the chosen 'color scheme for the meeting ol sLaNeuve- when Mrs. Mclvln Halsell was hostess to the^club members ' and guests at her libme last night ifor the neekJy meeting. Guests '' were Mrs Robert Hartlgan, of 'Hartford. Conn, houseguest of her ! parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Afi nick, Mrs. Harry A. Haines. Mrs. 1 George Hubtard, Jr., and Mrs. Jack 'Chatnblin.' , • .; The color motif was repeated.In •the flo«er arrangements of roses and marigolds and the table appointments. ~ In the games Mrs. Colenwn Stevens won high among the club members »nd Mrs. Jack Hale won t second ; high. Mrs. Chimblln won ,guest high! ; Mrs Hartigan was presented a 'tilt fronvthe hostess. During the evening refreshments in compliment to the color scheme were served. Mrs. Jobe Is Hostess f To Club Eight Members , Mrr. Paul" Jobe: was hostess to • member* of Club Eight yesterday at her home ' > i Arrangements of chrysanthe- munu decorated the rooms In vlrich the fueste were seated;for games. Mrs O, C Langston won high with ,Mr«. a. O. Poetz winning second. . , -, During - th» afternoon the hos- , tesses served & dessert course. SMART DAYTIMER Bits of N«ws ; 'father's Night' Highlight Of Regular PTA Meeting "leather's Night" at the Junior .High PTA'meellng last night was i carried off as painle.ssly as possible 'for ths named fathers attending ' ; probably flue to .the fact that the jail business was ^dispensed with in -Jorder to liven up the affair as much -a* possible.for the poppas. ^ The Rev. Roy I. Baglcy was speak- rCr of the evening. His topic was '"Children Need to Believe." In this jdiscussion he stressed the fact thai 'children' need to : be taught to be: lieve. The Junior High School Girl' Glee Club, under the direction o Mrs. Wilson Henry, presentee "Country Gardens, "Vagabond .end "A Lullaby." Earl B. Nail, principal of the Jun ior High School, Introduced th s'peakers and events of the evenini Mrs., n. E, VanHooser presents" 5the presidents message. • In the room count Miss Eula Ma Watsons seventh grade and Mis , Lillian Shaver's and Mrs. Otis Shep pard's eighth grades were present* the attendance prizes. A social hour followed the me'e Ing. 8531 12-42 By Sue Burnett Designed for women who like a mple, uncluttered air, this at- actlve daytime frock, will prove s versatile as can be. The slanted oslng features unusual buttons, eeves can be short, or three nnrter length. Pattern No. 8531 Is a scw-rlte erforated pattern for sizes 12, 14, 6, 18. 20; 40 and 42. Site'14, 4K «rds of 39-Inch. For this pattern, send 25 cents r COINS, your name, address, size esired, and .the PATTERN NUMER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 10 South wells Street, Chicago T, 11. . Don't miss the new FASHION. •he Fall and Winter Issue will rle- ght you -.with Its «p-to-the-mln- te, easy to make.frocks for all the amily. Free gift pattern Inside the t. 25 cents. Dell WSCS Meets ri Sheppard Home Mrs., Boyce Russell, Mrs. A. E. Caldwell and -Miss Bonnie Lou iheppard were guests with mem- jers of the WSCS of the Dell Mclh- dist Church when Mrs. D. L. Sheppard and Mrs. Lamar Welborn vere hostesses to the group at the Sheppard home Monday night, Nineteen members were present with Mrs. Mavis Settlemlre, president, giving the devotional which was taken from the 143rd Psalm. During the business meeting committees were unpointed.for the harvest dinner to be held- Thursday Nov. 10 at the Dell high School cafeteria. Committees appointed ivere table decorations, Mrs. O. E Efunnicutt, Mrs. R. A. Greemvay; food preparation, (Mrs. James Tidwell, Mrs. Charles Kenneth, and Mrs. R. B. Crawford, Mrs. Doc Wells, Mrs. John Stevens, Jr., anc Mrs. R. G. Edwards. The ticket committee for the dinner reported all tickets sold. The committee In charge of furnishings for the church reporled the pm> chase of a carpet. Mrs. Kenneth, spiritual life lead cr, directed a special program to the Week of Prayer and Self De nial. She was assisted by Mrs. We! born, Mrs. W. O. Campbell, Mrs. Huimlciltt. Mrs. Crawford and Kks Patsy Btttlngcr. Miss Sheppard sand, "We Give Three Fashions Bagged for Fall Mr, and Mrs. Ellis Koonce, Jr. of Tunica, Miss., announce the birth of a son Friday at Tunica. Mrs Koonce Is the former Miss Mary Don Matthews, granddaughter o Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Matthews 'am Major C. J. Little. : E. J. Mwards of Kansas City ar Ived today to spend several days as juest of his sister, Mrs. Harvey T. Kidd, the Rev. Mr. Kidd and daugh- crs, Carolyn and Joanne.' Mrs. Ed Clinc and daughters Anna Sue and Betty Jo of Sfkeston were he weekend guests of Mrs. T. M. Klllabrew. The War Department announced September 10 that Staff Sgt. Carl Lynn Robertson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Elobcrtson has been promoted to the rank of second lieutenant Jn the organized reserve cor'p. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Schell and daughter, Patty Ruth, of Cambridge City, Ind., arc visiting here as guests of Mrs. Schell's mother, Mrs. Edna Baker, and other relatives this week. Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Patterson, .Irs. C. C. Elliott, Mrs. Pat Metzger and Mrs. W. L. Smith spent Tuesday In Memphis. . Mrs. Q. I. Jacobs left today for Maiden, Mo., where she will spend everal weeks with her daughter, rs. K. D. Yorkson, and family. Mr. and Mis. Jimmy Sanders and daughter, Mary Lou, returned \toridny from New Orleans where hey spent several days while Mr. Panders was on business, Mrs. Inez Gentry, Mrs. James Wcrsthelmer, and Mrs. Paul Mahon pent yesterday In Memphis. J. Lewis Caraway, formerly of vlanila, and son of the 'late E. L. ind Rosa Caraway, was appointed uslocilan of the U. S. Senate Office Building in Washington Oct. 12. A government man for 18 years, he started as an elevator operator. Mr. Juraway is the son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. W. M, LaPerney of Blytheville and brother of Mrs.'.Eva C. Teaglle of Manila. calfskl- bag that looks as new as By Kpslf Kinarrl < NBA Fashion Editor today's headlines. It's color— wine —Is also newfangled. This Is one NEW YORK— (NBA) — The dagger, the gabled roof-top, the of three heady colors— wine, russet and cypress green whls designer fashioned nmsio roll nnd grandma's satchel meet on et(ual grounds this (all as Influences for bag fashions. hands of well-dressed women this streamlining. It also takes on a new which can trace its origin directly twisted leather frame to make WE, THE WOMEN By *»ti UUIcU, NBA SUM Writer Best Mothers Those Who Seek to Cure Shortcomings "Royal Service" Theme Of Circle One Meeting A Royal Service Program was conducted by members of Circle One of Calvary Baptist church Monday at the regular meeting. Mrs. Porter Miller was hostess to the group at ner home. Mrs. Mary McGrulder was guest for the meeting. Mrs. S. D. McGee led the opening jrayerV Mrs. John Holmes presided over the business meeting. Mrs.' McGee conducted -the Royal Service. program with Mrs. Holmes, Mrs. Miller and Mrs. P. H. Jernigan assisting. After the dismissal prayer by Mrs. Jernigan tlie hostesses served refreshments. Pathfinders Postpone Party and Banquet The "First- Methodist Church Pathfinders class' party and installation banquet, originally scheduled for Friday .Oct. 28 has been postponed until Sunday morning during the Sunday School period. Parents anrt'Teaclicrs Meet The Wilson Parent-Teachers Association held the monthly meeting Thursday night in the High School auditorium. Sixty-five members were present. Elstner Beall was program chairman. The Rev. A. F. Muncy. pastor of the Wilson Baptist church, gave the devotional and \V. O. Harris read the president's message. The P.T.A. theme for the year. "Children's Needs" was carried out with a forum "Children Need to Belong" led by Mrs. W. B. Bnrkett of Bassett. "Are we helping our children to overcome handicaps, encouraging the mtn group activities In school?" "Is the family relations In the home such that thy feel they are loved and have that security that will ft them for their rightful place in the community?" These are some of the questions discussed. Panel members were. Mrs. W. A. Williams. Mrs. Carl.''Bird, ;Miss Virgie Rogers all of-Wilsbn and'Mrs. J. W. Miller of Joiner. ' .'.• . Following the business meeting, presided over by Mrs.. Maurice Lynch, president, a social was held in the school cafeteria with 9th and 10th grade room-mothers as hostesses. Misses Louise Shields and Cath- 'Calfskin bags tike new shapes for fall. The brown bat with twin handles {upper left)'coet tubular and lonf. A. satchel bag fj nets streamlined (center) and j "gable-roof" distinguishes (he new black shoulder bit (right). to the music roll. The bag has the same' tabular shape, twin handles and.labbed. closings. The influence of Ihe dagger and the gabled roof-top meet in one shoulder-strap bag. This newcomer In black or'colored calfskin has a gable top, which closes with the gold polished dagger. keep the bag's "roof-top" fastened. Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday Television party at H. C. Blankenship home in compliment to Phebean Class of First Baptist Church. Buffet Supper at Country Club 1.1 7:30 pm. erine popper ,all of Helena, attend- Mi ' ss Dorotny nigginson fet*d by ed the homecoming game here Frl-' Mrs j c ^ e Taylor clay night. Misses Bonnie Goble and Ryals students at the Methodist Hospital School of Nursing in Memphis spent the weekend with their families. Miss Claudia Campbell, Charles Standlfer and Leon Ray, who attend Arkansas State College, in Jonesboro, -spent the week end with their families. Mrs. Parker Bowcn was in Memphis, Monday. . Toni McAfee Is confined to-her home with tonsilitis. . The condition of Buck Jones, who underwent an operation at a Memphis Hospital early last week, is re- uorted as satisfactory. ' . Mrs. Dewey Stotts and Mrs. Frank McDonald were in Mempnis, Moni day. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reeder, Mr Mary and Mrs Bi n y Boone. Mr. and Mrs Hodge and Tils Marked Tree High School Ensemble ,'|ire- sejited a, program to students oE ee But Thine Own." Methodist WSCS Has Study Course, Luncheon Members of the "First Methodist WSCS conducted a study course lollqwed with a potluck luncheon Monday at the cfiurch beginning at ' 11 a.m. Mrs. James Verhoeff gave the devotional, "World Day of Prayer." Miss Rosa Hardy. Mrs. E. J. Cure find Mrs. Paul Jobe reviewed the book; "Missions At the Grass Roots" by William P. Schriver. Mrs. Newton Whitis conducted the study lesson after which movies were shown. Luncheon was served from long iTh I After adjournment of Ihe meeting a sandwich plate was served. Miss Grimes Elected Luxota Football Queen Miss Alice Grimes, senior at Lux- era High School has beeti elected iootball queen ol Luxora High School and will reign over the Lux- ura-Shawuee game Friday afternoon. Miss Grimes will be crowned at i>rc-game ceremonies by team captain-Robert Gray. Maids attending the queen will bo Miss Joan Shanks and Miss Madic Eexton, seniors. Miss Janie Lewis and Miss Iletha Petty, juniors; Miss Patsy Polcet and Miss Eloise Richardson, sophomore and Miss Jeanie Ixwis and Miss Sue Dcnton tresri- Women's Council Holds Business Meeting Tlie Women's Council of the First Christian church met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Boyce Moore for a business meeting. Mrs. w. D. Cobb was co-hostess u the 20 members and one guest, Mrs. W. D. Cobb, Sr.. of Jonesboro, nouseguest of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Cobb, Jr. Mrs: Cobb, Jr., gave the opening prayer with Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe discussing, "The Bible speaks." tables overlaid with white cloths "The Art or Reading" was the top-• •• " chosen by Mrs. Harry Bradley. with the central table centered with a crystal bowl holding an arrange- rrent of chrysanthemums. Bouquets tf other fair flowers were placed in the entertaining rooms. Following luncheon the meeting was continued. Harvest Supper Planned For Friday at Yarbro The annual Harvest Supper sponsored by the Yarbro Methodist Chureh will be held this year at. the Yarbro School, Friday October 28th. Supper wil be served beginning at 5:30 p.m. Wry •totitfc' Art you troubled bj dlitrui of f>m»l« luncUontl periodic dlitujb- *nC4«T Do«t Ihli ir.ftta 50^ r M t H tlrri. m<h-.min s , n«rcoLl»t,«" tlm«J Then K> try Lyata E. Plnt- nkm E vefietAble Compound to reller* ivich iftnptcnul Plnkhsm'i Corn- Bound U fn.d. ttfteMlf /or tiomen. H «l«o hM whit Doeton c.11 . •Mmnchlo tonic «lt«otl Any «mgstor« 'LYMA L nNKMUI'S Mrs. George B»rham discussed 'Books." Mrs. E. M. Terry conducted the iVorld Call quiz after which Mrs C. A. Tant presided over the business session. At the conclusion of the meeting refreshments were served. Burial robes of Roman emperors 2.000 years ngo were marie ot as bestos. D OUI LI-DUTY NOSI DROPS Worics Where Most CoUs Start Don't dela?! AtUic tint warning •nlffie or sneeze, put a few drops of Vicks Va-Uo-nol In each nostril. For U used In t lmo,_Va-Uo-nol helps present many colds from developing. Relieves head cold distress last. Try it! Follow di- reclions In package. VKKSVATRONOL This will be LuxorB's final gnme the season. At The Hospitals Walls Hospilal ismisscd: Mrs. Fannie R. Whltworth, City Mrs. James Oreen, City. Mrs Nettle Jackson. Holland. Bill Mathis, City. Thurmon Jackson, Armorel. Wilson High School last Wednesday. Mrs. Rayford Poole of Leland, Miss., and Mrs. Jack Nolen of. Helena have returned to their homes after spending the past two weeks with their parents, Mr. and.Mrs. H M. Woadysrcl Sr,, nnd family. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Corley of San Diego, Calif., were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank McDonald and fmily Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs.^Justice Edrington of Memphis are,the guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. T. S tot Us. i Mrs. Arnold McDaniel and Mrs. Maurice Lynch were In Friday. Jimmy Muncy and Bob Amundson accompanied Eric Waddell of A>mo- rcl to Nashville where they atttcnd- ed the Arkansas-Vandcrbilt football game Saturday. Members ol the Arkansas Travelers basketball team were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Greenlce and family, last eWdivcsday. Peggy Dean a member Greenlee's sister. The W.8.C.S of the Wilson Methodist Church met at the church Tuesday morning for Week of Prayer and pay of Dedication services. It was an all-day meeting with luncheon followed by a quiet hour. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Summers have . daughter, Mary Jane, Oct. ID al Dyess Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Woodyard, > Home for Italian " Coin Collection '•'•"•'''•• ROME—(/P)--Tne Italian Ministry of Education has inherited one-o the world's most valuable collection of coins, but says it cannot find a home lor it. il is the i20,fiOO-p!en collection of the late King Victo Emmanuel III. who left it behind when he abdicated In 1044. He began collecting coins when he was a boy, and became.'a" leading authority on numismatics.- 'Right now It is closed up in 28 steel cabinets nnrt 12 cases in the cellars of the. Qulrlnale, former royal palace and home of the Popes whicb is now occupied by the presi- "What qualities make a woman- good mother? Our child »tudy club would like to have your answer to that question," writes one of my woman readers. • I'd say the number one. quality is a genuine liktnj for • children, A lot of women who love their own children because they arc parts o! themselves don't actually like children, Such women may work hard at being good mother*—but It doesn't come easy. , ' : Then there's patience. It takes a lot of p?ttcnce to be a good mother, because a good mother is fundamentally a good teacher.' A sense of humor la Important, loo. Whether a child Is amusing or exasperating often depends on how good a sense of humor hto '"-inn has. . A good memory helps, rf a woman can remember how she felt as a child it Is that much easier for her to see things fr •• her chlld'i pblnl of view. Think How You Felt I'm sure the mother who ' yanks her child along a city street, the one who punishes ? child first and asks questions afterward, and the one who embarrasses her child bj punishing him in front of outsiders are all women who don't- remembe anything about what It was like to be a child. . L And last but near the lop of tlv list In Importance Is a 'calm, un lurried manner. There's not much about the pro ess of growing that can be hurrlc —so the worn-- who is Impatlen n't well equipped to be a, goo lother, for she Is always pushln er child and feeling frustrate hen she doesn't get Immediate re ults. , Few women, of course, have a, he qualities needed to make a goo lolher. But children get along sur risingly well If a mother Is awar f her shortcomings and is deter .ivestock Sanford Boonc, Mr. and Mrs. Jim-' my Lee Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Caraway hosts and hostesses to iOth Century club. 8 p-m. supper and business meeting precedes dance. Mrs. Albert Endcrlin' entertains Biytheville Rook Club. Thursday Night Club meets with Mrs. Holland Akin Thursday Rook Club meets with Mrs. Richard Pritchard. Friday Covered disli ?jncheon at the Worn a ns Club. Sudbury PTA Halloween Carnival beginning . at 6 p.m. at Sudbury School. Annual Harvest suppei to be gjv- en by Yarbro Methodist Church at Yarbro school oeginning at 5:30 p-m Mrs. George Pollock,' Jr., compliments Friday -Contract Club. Mrs. C. S. Dowdy entertains C.B.C. Club. th'tit of Italy.' Civic Calendar Thursday Rotary Club, Hotel Noble—12:10 p.m. Chamber of Commerce—2:30 p.m. FOOTBALL: Paps vs Jackson, Tenn., Here Friday FOOTBALL: Chicks vs Nashville, Ark., there Icebergs aie never seen in the Arctic Ocean because there are few glaciers around it large and actlv enough to produce bergs. Continuous Show* Box Office Open? 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 1:00 x.m. U:45 p.m 4:30 p.B ' LISTEN TO KLCN Last Time Today Look for the Silver Lining Tlie Life of Marilyn Miller with June Hater and Ray BoUer Selected Short Subjects Continuous Showing Kvfrjdij Paradox Th« freedom of a fabulously fuR casuo1...plu» the him look yo« love... al '« one exciting cooH H's wide 'n wonderful m front, wilh mammoth parch pockets, and crisp and genfee! in bock, to fuOnest held intact with a holf-beh. Soh, worm VoJora Venetian. Gray, wine, green, brown c< blue. Siz« K> to 20. Show Starts ?:M Box Office Opcfij 6:45 Bargain Mghl Kverj Nifht Except Salurda; No passes honored on Sunday at Thursday & Friday lined to do the best she can 1 pite of them. ' Early Spanish settlers in Americ irought the first sheep, goats, pig mrros v and cats lemisphere. NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, JJl, >ct. 26— lfP>— (USDA)- Hogs 9,500; airly active; weights 160 Ibs up nd sows 25 to $0 higher than Tuesdays average jllghter weights teady to 25 higher; bulk good nd choice 180-270 Ibs 18.25; sev- ral loads 18.35, the practical top; lalf load 1850; odd lots 270-300 bs 17.15-1825; most 140-170 lb» 6.25-18.00; few to 18.25; 100-130 »> 14.73-16.25; good sows 40C Ibs down 18.50-17.50; heavier sow« 5,00-16.50; largely 15,25 up; sU« 2.00-14.00; few 14.50. " Cattle 4,500; calves 1,100; open- ng traed very slow on steers and heifers with very litle above average good and maorlty of offerings ncdium to IOR' good; one load average choice mixed steers and heifers 34.00, these fully steady .trong; cows opened bout steady but lacked Tuesdays activity: good cows around 1600-50; common anJ medium beef cows 1425-15 50; can- lers and cutters 11.00-14.00; bulls and vealers steady; medium and good bulls 16.00-16.00; cutter and cou\mon bulls 13.00-15.CO; good and choice vcnlers 28.00-35.00; common and medium 17.00-21.00. to the Wester Deaf Mute from India Studies in America WASHINGTON _(.<P)— A Hindu rieaf mute Is at Gallaudet College for the deaf here. He is observing teaching methods and hopes to ex- iend deal mule instruction in II- dla » India, with 3.000,000 deaf mutes, has only 45 educational Institutions for them. The , United Stales, with about 9,000 such handicapped persons, has 400 such institutions. The Hindu, BIpin Behary Choudhury; not only learned to understand and speak his own language. He also learned to speak and English and even got a dlplo from the Royal College of Art* in wriyiL lom*? London. Blytheville, Arkansas '• ; -Last Tim* Today' STRIPS BARE THiE FACTS OP LISP n Slagt • in Person CURTIS :AYES WOMEN ONLY 2-7'MEN 9 P.M. HO CHIUKH t/Mtft MICH SCHOOL 4ft NURSES lOTTENDWE ALL SJIO Shows for Women at 2:00 P.M. and 7:00 P.M. For Men—9:00 P.M. 50c to Everybody Thursday and Friday THE LUSTY, BRAWLING SAGA OF A CITY OF RED-BLOODED MEN! ' WALTER WWR presents wirt. CrVU. WJUS • UOYO COUGH • H>WA» KCIIY fiW.«»« *r WMlft •WAMCBI - •>»«" «>>«»'*•» «•«*«' ! • MIAOU DOM PIUU I Paramount Newt & Selected Short Continuous Showing Everyday

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