The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 3, 1949 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 3, 1949
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVTLLB (ARK.y COURIER NEWS Jane Shelton, Society Editor Miss Higginson Feted At Blue and White Party Miss Dorothy -Hlgglnson, bride- elect of James Rogers was again feted when Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Jr., was hostess at the Mirror Room nt Hotel Noble last night to six tables of bridge aiid two tables of bunco. Blue and white was the chosen color scheme for the bridal affair. Arranged on a corner table as the center iwlnt of interest was a miniature wedding scene with the bride and groom kneeling before the altar which was banked in stock and sim- llax and the' tiny bridesmaids dolls dressed in blue and holding a miniature white chrysanthemum. Slender white tapers lighted the scene. Marking the honorce's table was a miniature bride- and groom, centering the other tables were bridesmaid dolls dressed in blue in complement to the color scheme. Blue backed place cords lioidlng "tiny blue and white bridesmaids marked each guests place with the tallies also in blue and white. Crystal holders 1 holding white tapers on which were placed bridesmaids centered each table. : In the games Mrs. L..G. Njtsh won .traveling prize, Mrs. Jack Chamblin high, Mrs. Ray Whittington second. Mrs. Joe Evrard low acd Miss Frances McHaney brldgb. In the bunco gnme-i Mrs. R. B. Purvis won high, and Mrs. T. H. Caraway traveling prize. White napkins engraved, in blue letters, "Dot and James" were In compliment to the table appointments. Matches In blue folders engraved "Dot anil James" were presented to the guests. Miss Hlsginson chose for the occasion a blue satin dress on which she pinned a creamy white gardenia with gleaming rhlnestones attached to each petal, a gift of the hostess. Miss .Higginson wore blue accessories In compliment. White chrysanthemums were arranged in bouquets along the win. dew sills In compliment to the bridal theme. Centering the table on which the - honoree's gift was placed was white chrysanthemum. Mis Higginson was presented lamps frohi her hostess. Special guests lor the affair were Miss Higginson's mother, Mrs. W. O. Higginson and Mr. Roger's mother, Mrs. F. A: Rogers. • • • LaNueve, Guest Play Bridge At Jerome Home Mrs. N. G. Jero me e nterta I tied members of LaNueve ' Tuesday night at her home of Highway 61- Mrs. Robert HarUgau, of Hartford, Conn., houseguest of her pnrents, Mr. and Mrs." C. \V. Afflict was guest'-wlth the members for the .meeting, - BouqueIs of roses intermingled with greenery and ziandina berries <were^placed In the rooms in which thjB* {guests were seated for the game* Mrs. Jack Hale won high, and Mrs. Bernard Graham second high in the bridge games- . A gift was presented Mrs. Hartl- gan from her hostess. During - chip, evening Mrs, Jerome served a dessert course. Mrs. Lane Is Guest With Tuesday Bridge Club Members and one guest of the Tuesday Bridge Club were entertained by Mrs. Max Reid at her home Tuesday: Mrs. John Lane was the club's only guest of the afternoon. Mrs. Doyle Henderson won high, Mrs. O. Murrary Smart second high and Mrs. Lane bridgo In the game which was played at Individual tables. Mrs. Reid served a dessert course to the guests who were seated in rooms which were decorated with bouquets of roses. * • * • * ' Miss Jones Is Hostess To Epsilon Sigma Alpha Miss Frances Jones was hostess to members of Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority at her home Tuesday, night when final plans were mmie for the banquet and dance planned to honor the new members of the group. Date for the installation service will be announced later. During the evening refreshments were served by Miss Jones. • • • Two Guests Meet With LaPetite Club Mrs. Max Usrey won high and Mrs. E. A. Stacy second high in the bridge games of LaPetite club at the meeting Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. F. Montandnn Guests for the meeting were Mrs. A. R. Wetenknmp and Mrs. tita^y Mixed fall flowers placed in pottery vases decorated the home. During the afternoon the hostess served refreshments. XMAS GUI Wrappings XMAS Greeting Cards XMAS will soon arrive, «o make your selections now from our colorful array. THE GIFT SHOP Moss Bryan 103 Knsl Mstin Street Charley Hull, lilarikcnslilp Elljabt-lh Ann Tidwell <JUKli\s AUK UUMVNKD —Shown above i.rc the queens 'of Dell High School and the Guide School as they appeared at the ceremonies '•eld last week. Charley Ruth Blankonship is the high school queen, and aizabcth Ann Tidwell, queen of the grade school. The queens were sealed by a vote of the pupils and the townspeople and Noble Gill iinounccd the winners. MUs Blankcnship and Elizabeth + Ann both chose white satin dresses lade with bouffant skirts w itli versklrls of .white net sprinkled rith. sequins. White satin crowns nd trains completed their coa- umes. -j, Attending Miss Blankenshlp w'lis _ucy Cnuvford who chose green satin, Kiiy Koehler who chose blue satin and Joan Crawford who was dressed in pink satin. Eacli wore »u •—•angcment of pink rosebuds in her hair. . Attending Elizabeth Ann wa-s Winifred Willxmrn, and Charlotte Pay Bennett who were dressed in blue organdy frocks trimmed with rows of laec encircling each ruffle of the ankle length frock. Jimmy Lynn Tidwell served as crown bearer. Immediately following the crown- Ing a dance was held. \1rs. Goodwin Hosless To Bi-Monthly, Guests Three guests, Mrs. Herman Cross, Mrs. VV. C. Gates and Mrs. Emma ^olen,. met with members of the DI-Monthly club Tuesday at the lome of Mrs. M. G. Goodwin.. High score among the club members was won by Mrs. Love B. Adams with Mrs. W. P. Brewer svin- liiij; second. High among the guests vas presented Mrs. Gates, with Mrs. 3ates also winning bridgo among .he guests. Mrs. Goo'dwln served a dessert course to the guests who were seated in rooms in which were ai-nuiged dahlias and chrysanthemums. • • • Mrs. Williams Honored At Layette Shower Mis , Edward ' Willinrqs' was hon- oicd recently at n layette shower when Miss Bonnie .Webb was hos- tes to 21 guests at her Home for the occasion. Bouquets of chrysanthemums dec- ornted the rooms in which gnmes were played and prizes won by Miss Glenda Field, Miss Alice Ann Mosley ind Miss Lucinda Cole. During the evening Mrs. Williams wns presented n gift corsage from :he hostess. Miss Webb was assisted in serving by Mrs. Hnrolrt Hood. * * * Birthday Party Honors Mrs. Clayton Holder Mrs. Clayton Holder was complimented at the meeting of the Y.M. Birthday club Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Pearl Long. The evening was spent informally in the'entertaining- rooms of the Long home which were decorated with arrangements of chrysanthemums and mlxud fall HOW>TS. A white linen cloth edged in bhie figurines overlaid the dining lablc which was centered with n tiered birthday cnkc Iced in white anil topped with ininaturc figurine can- lies holding tiny candles. Completely encircling the cake were varied lined (lowers placed at the edge of the crystal cake plate on which the cnke rested, A gift was presented the honorcc from the group afler which games were rlaycd In which Mrs. Holde and Mr.s. Charley Hicks were awarded prizes. Sales Force, Wives Feted At Dinner at Fly-Inn.-Tile American United Life Insurance Co. entertained with a dinner last night at t.hc.Fly Inn In compliment to the members of the sales force of Arkansas and Missouri and their wives. J. A. Bryant, iimnnger of the Bly- thcville b r u n c h introduced the speaker, Arthur S. Harrison who spoke on "Worthwhile Tilings." The guests were seated at the ta- )Ie.s which were arranged in a "T" shape with the center table being centered with a low crystal bowl filled with mammoth yellow chrysanthemums and greenery. Wllito cloths overlaid each of the tables. Following ' dinner the remainder of the evening was spent in infor- ihal entertainment and dancing. VIrs. Poetz Compliments kib Members, Guest Mrs. George Pollock, Jr., was guest with Club Eight when Mrs. ~. O. Puetz was hostess to the group Tuesday at her home. Mrs. Jesse M. While won high score and Mrs. Paul Jobe fecond h in'"the bridge games ' which were pjai'ed in rooms deconitrrd with bouquets of minalnre chrysanthemums. During the afternoon Mrs. -Poelz served a dessert course. At The Hospitals Klytlicvlllc ilo5pil.ll Dismissed: Austin Howard. City. Parrls Edwards. Stecli. Mo. 1 Lynctte Thomley, Tyler. Alex Katz, Kennett, Mo. Berta Lee Peoples. Dell. A: M. Goodnnn,. Monette. ' Mrs. Elmer Ovcrton and baby CUy. Walls Hospilal Dismissed; Mrs. J. C. Whittle, and baby. Rt.3 Mrs. Francis Grlggs and baby Stcelc Mo. Barby Robert Dec Darnell, sicelc Mo. James Scott. City. Franklin Jackson, Luxora. Mr. and Mrs. j. p. Friend have returned from Pleasant Hill, La,, where they were called by the death of Mrs. Friend's aunt. En route ionic they vLsl led briefly in Hot Springs as guesls of Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Morgan,'formerly of Blythe- viile. Mrs. A. E. Caldwell of Dell is in Memphis with her mother, Mrs. I. VV. Cochran of Newborn, Tenn., who Is 111 at Baptist Hospital. Mr. Caldwell and daughter, Cathy, spent yesterday allcmoon there. Condition o; Henry Weftbrook who underwent a major operation at Walls' hospital Monday is atis- factory. Miss Susie Cralton attended the University ol Arkansas-Texas A. and M. game Saturday in Payetteviile. Mr. and Mrs. Burks Barker returned last night from Pine Bluff where they attended the funeral ol Clinton Mclirlde. Mr. McBride was (he uncle of Mr. Barker. Mi', and Mrs. Barker W. Hot- tings of Hot Springs will arrive tonight to .spend several days guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Sel- teners and family. Condition of Miss June Howard o] Dell who underwent an appendectomy recently at Blytheviile Hospital Is satisfactory. Mr, mid Mrs. J. f,. Barnes of Miami, Fla., nephew of "Bob" Barnes are here visiting as guc.sUs of Mr and Mrs. Barnes. ' , Mrs. W. B. Taylor and Mr. an( Mrs. A. S. Derncr all of Springfield Mo,, arc here visiting as guests o 1 Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Cheatham. The group is spending today In Memphis. Condition of Mrs. Maude Grantii who Is ill at her on 18th street it much improved. Mrs. Elizabeth Graves of Pino Bluff and Mrs. P. M. Hubbard of E Paso, Texas are visiting here guest of their daughter and niece Mrs. 1 W. R. Campbell and Mi Campbell. ; Show Starts 1:00 BOJ Office Opens 6:15 Bargain Night Kvcrj Night fcxcepl Saturday No passes honored OD Sunday at Thursday & Friday (DOUBLE FEATURE) <nitnu ROBIM YOUNG CUMMINGS Friendship Class Feted At James Fisher Home Mrs Nuihan Marshall and R James Fisher were hostesses Tucs day nJsht/to members and guests o the Friendship Class of Hie Firs Baptist Church at the new Flslw home en Adams Street. Nineteen members arid two vis ars, Mrs. Sam Haynes and Mis Hazel Brtmnen, were piTseut. During the business mcetiii 1 which was presided over by Mr; Marshall, Mrs. Joe Atkins, and Mrs Alviu Lane \vere elected extensioi visitation directors. Mrs. C. L Evans spoke to th rolip with her subject matter bein taken from the book, "Soul Win ning." Prayers were offered by Mrs Cliiirlcs-Ilnrt and Miss Branncn. A social hour followed the dlK missal witli games being played 'tin prizes presented to Mrs; Archl [>ys and Mrs. Worth Holder. During the evening the hostessc served cake and coffee. Coming Events Social Calendar ' Thursday Mrs. K. A. Hook will entertain ub Seventeen of Osceola at Ho- Nobie at 7:30 p.m. Duplicate bridge league plays at olonial Room at Hotel Noble »t 8p.m. Nu phi Mu rush Installation service at the, home of Mrs. Gilbert Hammock 1610 Holly at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. o. O. Elklns hostess to mem- Mrs of the BlyUicvllle Rook Club. Thursday Rook Club meet swith Mrs, George Saliba Jr. ' Mrs. John D. Cook hostess to Ava- on Bunco Club. Mrs. J. A. Saliba entertains Thursday Night Club. Mrs. Weldon Nebel hostess to TN Hub. Thursday Club meets at Country Jub. Mrs, O. W. frU-Culchen hostess to Thursday Contract Club. —Mrs. Marvin Nunn hostess to thi Octette Club. Mrs. Russell C. Parr and Mrs. Joe Trieschman entertaining bride- elect. Miss Dorothy Higginson. Mrs. B. A. Lynch hostess to the Mid-Week Club. , Friday Church women meet at Episcopal Church at. 2:30 p.m. Figurine demonstration at Woman's Club from 1:00 p.m. to 4 p.m. • P. E. O- Chapter "N" meets ..with Mrs. Alvin Huffman, .Jr., at 2:3C pan. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Plil mepls at Hotel Noble at 2:30 p.m. with Mrs. Foy Etchle- son and Mrs. W- H. O'Keefe hostesses. ' Mrs. Alvin Hardy hostess to CBC Club at the Country Club. • Dorcas Class of First Baptist Church meets at church at 2:30 p.m. with Mrs Raymond Maxwell and Mrs Pearl Hires hostesses. ' Mrs. Oeorge D. Pollock, Jr., hostess to Friday Contract Club. Saturday Miss Geneva Shibley, Mrs. Qeral- dine Former and Mrs. Edgar Cain hostesses in compliment to Miss Higginson. Initials Brighten Old T-Shirts By Alicia Hart NEA Staff Writer, 'Hie teen-ager's craz« to put her Initials on everything from caps to socks can be turned loose on any old T-shirt to brlgh'.;n Its outlook for .fall. Even T-shtrts cut down from her dad's or brother's can be turned Into snp 'ler-looklng tops for school skirts If bright monograms, bought across a trimming store counter, are ticked to the neckline. Nicknames or class numerals may be tacked on the same way, T-shlrls, which are a boon to a girl because they're easily laundered a'nd don't have to be Ironed, are as fashionable as they are practical. Cotton or woolen T-shirts owe their popularity as tops for school skirls this fall to plaids, stripes and solid color tweeds and corduroys. •Another trick a school girl can swing to make a T-shirt or sweater—even one that she considers too old to wear—is to hoist suspenders of strlptd -ashable ribbon over each shoulder. These ribbons make smart (lc-"p» between T-shirts and corduroy or (weed skirts when one color of the striped "suspenders' matches the color of the skirt. Here's still another tip for the practical-minded miss:. Faded T- shirts can be redyed at home In a THURSDAY, NOVEMBER f, ifl<f Junior Red Cross Plans Enrollment Campaign The Junior Red Cross of Blythe- .'ille High School met Wednesday afternoon with Robert Crafton presiding over the brief business mcet- «g, . ' •' During the meeting the cnroll- neiit campaign was discussed and It was decided to have the campaign November 14-23. The group agreed to send bingo prizes to Kennedy General Hospital 300:1 after the enrollment campaign Is completed, Nancy Damon gave a report on the Junior Red Cross camp .which she attended this summer. At the conclusion o( the meeting Mrs. Floyd Haralson, Red Crass Mary Long to the group. MLss Long, executive secretary, Introduced Miss who is a ftictulty member ol the ll school this year, will tjxjnsor thu group. This girl adds a new accessory to school suits by adding bright Initials to an old cotton T-shirt. simple washbasin operation. Pick for the tinting a new fall color— sa;e green, camel's hair, orangey- red—or whatever color blends best with a bright plaid skirt. Polio Patient Moved Prewltt Harrison. Jr., son of Mr. and Sirs. Prewitt Harrison of Armorel has been transferred : to the St. Vincent Infirmary at Little Rock, after having been n patient at the Baptist Isolation Hospital for the past, several days, n victim of iiolio. Hospital authorities have reported his condition ns very isoort. Mrs. McLeod Hostess To Women's Guild, Guest Thirteen members and oiie visitor were present for the meeting of the • Womens Guild of the First, Lutheran church last night at the home of Mrs. George McLeod on Holly. The meeting was opened with prayer, and devotional given by the Rev. G. Miesslcr. •[''• During the business -meeting plans were made for a rummage sate to be held Nov. 5. Final plans were made for the menu to be served to out of town guests attending the Dedication bay services November 13. Mrs. Ed Wildy gave a report on the zone meeting of the L.W.M.L. which she attended Oct. 20 in Little Rock. Mrs. Wildy reported that the Blytheviile church had the largest donation per p'erson for the mite box in the state. The Rev. Mr. Miessler gave a report on the mission work in New Guinea. N Mrs. Fred Keichel • read the Church Decorum, after which the Lord's prayer was repeated In unison. At the conclusion of the meeting refreshments were served by Mrs McLeod. .. Thej Reduce Speed Barnacles, It allowed to collect in great numbers on the hull of a ship will create such a drag that the vessel's speed may be cut 50 per cent. . ; The Capitol Building in Washing- Ion, D.C., Is situated on a plateau 88 feet above the Potomac River. Continuous Shows Box Office Opens'1:45 Show Starts 2:00 COO a.m. UNTi p.m 1:30 nm I.lSTliN TO RI.CN Last Time Today I Wbs a Male War Bride wifh Cary Grant and Ann Sheridan Selected Shorl Subjects Continuous Showing Kvcrydaj The NiUioiiiil Collon Picking Contest will be shown In Paramount News, Tlmrs. & Fri Nov. 3-J. Friday Only "RETURN OF OCTOBER" I'arammMit \c\va and Short Continuous S'lnwing Bvcrj Daj Ever level/- ever woihoWc oad the hondiom«t plaid we've leen In years. Toileted to perfection wilr, eonvertitfe collar, oclion-bacd plea,, and French cuff.... detailed will, pearl butlons and linki. Sanlorited', -ncondilionolly wo.hable combed gmgKam In ,«! u ,iv» color conibinaifotii. Sizes 32 io 40. FEINBERG'S * WE, THE WOMEN * By Kulh Milieu,'NEA statl Writer Wife Should Kep Marriage "Voblems from Best Friend Should a wife discuss her mar- iage with her " friend?" Thai is Hie question raised by a ;tter from a young husband who /rites me that every time he and ils wife have an argument, she ells her "best friend" all about It .nci asks for iier advice. The husband resents having a hird person know their troubles, .nd he lias a perfect right to resent , cuss b with the boys at the office There's another angle to this sit- .la'aon that is abb Important. And hat is that today's best friend may )e tomorrows bitterest enemy It hapixnis all the time—and then a woman always regrets that she has 3iven another woman too dose a look at her marriage. In fact, he ought to put a stop to t Immediately. Lots of young wives. (hey got in the habit of confiding in a best friend during heir dating years, keep right on alking over their private lives after hey are married. But if a girl is old enough to be wife, she is old enough to stop ueh girlish confidences. As a wife she should keep . her iwn counsel and no matter what ;oe; wrong with her marriage she hould put up a good front before ler friends. Her marriage is her business and icr husband's—and nnbody else's— :iiri it is uii to her to keep it that .'ay. : Downright Unfair to Hubby ; The wife who discusses her niar- iage problems with a friend or tells i friend all her husband's faults Is ictually being disloyal to her mar- iage. If a man is married to a girl who las never stopped to think of it n that light—he ought to set iicr traight pronto. After all, he hns a right to be le to feel that what happens in heir marriage is a private affair md that his wife would no more discuss the marriage with her riends or family than he would dis- Poll "Parrot tHOII fOI FOR REAL FOOT COMFORT... PolI-Pmou ire made from jofi, lupple liatheu thai gently hold bab/» foot firm, yet !eav« plenty of vital cocin to grow F01TPROPER FOOT GROWTH... you can depend on frt-ltitrJ Poll-Paccoo, tj mother* h»ve for ov« (fty y«an. Stc uj todij and Man your baby out right. Little Rock Nurse Voted State's Most Outstandirl^ TEXARKANA. Ark., Nov. 3. <AP) —Miss Billic Elaine Meyer, 21, of Little Rock, has been named Arkansas' outstanding graduate nurse of 1949. She wris presented an award by Governor McMath at a banquet here last night. Miss Meyer is a recent graduate of the Arkansas Baptist Hospital School of Nursing. The dinner was part of the opening day ceremonies of tile annual convention of .the Arkansas Nurses Association, the Arkansas League or Nursing Education, the Arkan-sxs Organization for Public Health Nursing and the Arkansas Association of Nurse Ancthetist. 'Hie convention closes Friday with ihe election of officers. Livestock Manila Group Attends Legion Auxiliary Meeting Four guests from Manila attended the meeting ol the American Legion Auxiliary Tuesday night at the Legion Hut to observe the procedure to enable them to start a Manila chapter. Sixteen members were present for (he making of final plans for the Poupy Day Sale which will brain Saturday at a a.m. Reports were made on the fall conference which was held at Har- rlsburg, Oct. 27 with the following Blytheviile members attending: Mrs. Jess Russell, president; Mrs Paul Million, vice-president; Mrs James Niersthelmer, treasurer; Mrs Ben Clime, chaplain; Mrs. Garland M ody, sergeant at arms; Mrs. Eddie Burks, fifth district, president: Mrs. Ed Crouch, Mrs: J. j. Hollis Mrs. Curtis Freeman and Mrs. O 1J Phillips. At the, conclusion of t,he meeting a •; socia I vhSu'r. was j h el d.'' Australia is the largest wood-producing country in the world, with the United States ranking second, and Argentina tliirt]. NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, III, Nov. 3. WV—(USDA>— Hogs 7.500; barrows and gilts opened 25 to 50 higher; mostly 25 higher; part advance lost later; sows 25 to 50 liigtier; good and choice 180-270 Ibs 17.25; several loads early 17.3550. some later sales over 220 Ibs 17.00-10; heavier weights scarce;' 140-170 Ibs 16.00-17.25; 100-130 Ibs • 14.00-16.00; good and choice sows 400 Ibs down 10.00-75; heavier sows 14.75-15.75; stags 12.00-14.00. Catile 2,500: calves 1,000; opcjl Ing tr.-.ic slow; few medium steer? about steady at Wednesday 1 s close, 20.00-24.00; medium to good heifers and mixed yearlings 19.00-2G.OPf cutter and common 15.00-n.50; smnll local interests taking n few good cows steady at 15.75-1C.OO; common and medium cows stca/y at 14.00-15.00; dinners and cutters 10.00-14.00, general trend : .weak; bulls ond vealcrs steady; medium and sood bulls 17.00-18.50: cutter and common hulls 13.50-16.50; good and -jhoice vealers 27.00-35.00: common and medium 17.00-2G.OO. 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