The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 25, 1950 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR AlewA BLYTHBVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jan* Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Layette Shower Given In Neal McCormick Home A layett« shower was held lost night ot the Neal McCormick home on Parkway In compliment to Mrs. William P. Hratovsky. Eighteen guests attended the pink and blue aHalr. ', Vases filled with roses and azalea blossoms were set in the entertaining room and throughout the home. In the games and contests, prizes ^"ere presented, Mrs. Orvllle Gude, Mrs. Be mice Cannon and Mrs. Pat Chltmon. Mrs. McCormick served sandwiches and iced drinks following the presenting of baby gifts to Mrs. Hrabovsky. ' • * • Heard Wylie Entertained With Al Fresco Party Twenty six guests were invited to the home of Bobble Jean uyrd on Holly last night whnn Bobble Jean and Freda Smith entertained with an al fresco party honoring Heard Wylie. Heard arrived home Monday night from Brown-Moore School for girls at Phoenix, Ariz., for the summer holidays. Following the roasting of \velners and mnrshmallows, the group spent Picnic Meeting Concludes PEO Chapter Activities Seventeen members o* Chapte "D" ol the PEO Sisterhood met yes terriay afternoon at tile J. W. RoS bins homo In Steole, for a plcnli luncheon meeting, which was also (lie final meeting of the currcm club year. Hie porch picnic was held on a side of the home with garder flowers In profusion, suggestive ot the picnic theme, placed on the porch. In the program, Mrs. Hermon Carleton directed the chosen topic "Religion." • • » Luncheon at Moore Home Honors Lange Faculty Lange elementary school facultj members were complimented today when Mrs. J, B. Fisher and Mrs Forrest Moore entertained with a luncheon for die group «l the Moore home. The three course hmcheon \ served to the n»ests, who were seated at small tables arranged in Hie entertaining rooms. Miniature va each filled with clusters of roses tables . and greenery, (opped the the remainder of the evening in Harmonizing bouquets of sprine dancing and games In Jhe jeiitcr- blossoms and trailing ivy were set in the home. taining rooms of the Byrd home. Senior Class Honored At E. B. Gee Home Approximately 60 members of thi senior high school graduating clas: were entertained yesterday afternoon at the E. B. Gee home on North Highway 61, when B. B. Gee, Jr. was host for a swimming party. The afternoon was spent in swim- mine, despite Inclement weather and Ir. canasta and other party games. . Throughout the afternoon, icei drinks and party foods were served \ • • • C. B. Klene Home Is Setting For Meeting The Alpha Beta Bunpo Club and one guest, Mrs. Norman Bunch were entertained last night at the C. B. Klene. home on Missouri when-Mrs. Klene was hostess for the weekly dessert meeting. Shaded iris, arranged in pottery tasefi, formed the floral background for the affair. High score for the bunco game was won by Mrs. Lane Nowell, low by Mrs. Bunch and bunco bj Mrs. Cecil Ulm. '.''••' ' * • .' • Skating. Party, Picnic Honors Second Grade The round of joclal events honoring itudenta at the close of the school term has extended Into the elementary classes. The second grade room of Miss Luella Barnes' at Sudbury school was entertained with a combined skating party and picnic last night at the air base. Hosts and hostesses to the 46 students were Mr. and Mrs. Kemp Whlsenhunt, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hood, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Looper, Mrs. Lawrence Hassell, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lay and Mrs. J. M. Snow Following the division skating, •upper was served. • * • Gov. McMath Entertained In Leachville Home Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Howard entertained at their home in Leachville Monday night with a buffet supper honoring Sid McMath. Approximately 40 guests attended the affair which was held in the entertaining rooms of the name, which were bedecked with bowls of spring blossoms. Cominq Events Social Calendar Thursday Wilson. Ark., kindergarten presents spring play, "Sleeping Beauty" at 7:15 in Wilson Theatre. Phebcan Sunday School Class ol First Baptist Church meets at home of Mrs. Bulks Barker, 425 E. Kentucky nt 8 p.m. Dorcas 'Sunday School Class of Calvary Baptist Church has business and social hour at the home of Mrs. Andrew Conley, Hertnon- dale, Mo., at 7:30 p.ni All women will meet at the church and transportation will be provided. 20th Century Club meets at Hut, 8:30 p.m. Hosts and hostesses will be: Mr. and Mrs. Utho Barnes, Mr and Mrs. Dick J. White, Mr. and Mrs. Blan Heath, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Freeman and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Oldham. Frldaj Mrs. Doyle Henderson hostess to Friday Club. Mrs. Oscar Pcildler entertaining Friday Club. Senior High Commencement Exercises nt Haley Stadium at 8 p.m. At The Hospitals Blythcvlllc Hospital Dismissed: Percy Burns, City sna Harvey, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Judy Templeton. City Bits of News Chester L. Smith, ship's serviceman first class, USN, son (o Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Smith of EH. 3, Bly- thevllle, Is presently a crew member aboard the escort aircraft carrier USS Palau. C. B. Kettinger was removed from Memphis Baptist, Hospital to Walls Hospital Tuesday. Mr. Kettinger hns been seriously ill In the Memphis hospital for several weeks. He recently underwent surgery. Miss Audrey Nell Johnston of Holland will be graduated with a BS degree In education from Arkansas State Teachers College, Conway, In ceremonies May 28. Mrs. Lee Richardson. Jr., and Mrs. W. J. Willingham and daugh- :er\ Pat and Ann, and Carolyn Weslnll spent yesterday In Mem- >hls where they attended the tiny Ftogers show at Hotel Gayoso. Miss Bonnie Nell McCormick ami Miss Pauline Wicker are spending Uvp weeks In Denver, Colo., and other points of Interest. Warner Ham-gee of St. Louis representative of Phillips Petroleum 'o., is spending several days In BJylhevilfe as guest of A. R. olsen. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Webb, and children. Maurice Webb, Jr., and Uarcla Lee and June Horner and Sandra Wimblsh spent yesterday In Memphis where they attended the Roy Rogers show. Miss Blllie Jnne Rodgers, who Is i student at Ole Miss. University, Miss., has arrived home lo snend .he summer holidays as guest of icr parents, Mr. and Mrs. W J Rodgers. A. R. olsen 'lemphls. Mrs. J. H. Fisher and son, J. B. Jr., Mrs. B. L. Eubanks. Mrs. Nor- nnn Speck and daughter, Patricia md Mrs. Arah Speck spent yesterday in Memphis where they ot- .ended the Roy Rogers show. Cleorge Edward "Sonny" Lloyd, on of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lloyd Gosnell, left this morning for St. Ixmls where he will spend sev- -ral weeks as E'inst of his aunt and 'ther relatives. While In St. Louis ic will also undergo a checkup. Nathan Wade, a student at Ole Miss, University. Miss., has arrived home to spend the summer holidays as guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wade. Miss George Ann Brown of Fort Worth, Tex., left by plane today tor her home after visiting In Blytheville as guest of Ross Hughes. Jr.. and his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hughes. Miss Brown came especially lo attend the dnnce nt the Country Club last night, featuring Hal Mclntyre and his orchestra. Mr. and Mrs. Vance J. Alexander of Memphis returned lo their home today after being the overnight spent Tuesday. In 8D metnt 8l6 DAY fur me id BO meani Black-Draught, thn friendly laiatlve that helps out work day loss. Ton can readily pick out Uie man who know how to keep on Ui» job. Happrt Enertetlc! Enthusiastic for work! Keadr to enjoy Idaure lime! Tea! This man knows how to keep tree of file disrupting reaction* from ordinary constipation. At the first sign of sluggish bowels, take Black-Draught, the laxative popular with four generations. Tilack-Drauphl !.s pure; ULack-Drausht aa directed when you need a la.xallx-e to that headachy. Capacity Crowd Attends Dance • At Country Club Approximately 260 Country Club members and guests attended the spring dance at the club last night, featuring the music of Hal McTn- tyre and his H piece orchestra. The band's performance at the Club before the capacity crowd, marked the appearance of one of the largests name bands to play In the county. A large group of out of town guests attended the affair. Opossums May Aid Laboratory Research BERKELfTY. Calif. (AP)—A University of California scientist who • has succeeded In raising opossums In captivity believes they may. become useful as laboratory animals. Because the embryonic opossum goes through a period of development In his mother's iwuch, where he can be observed easily, he may be a good subject for studying mammalian life In one of Us earliest forms, says Harold C. Reynolds, museum technician. The opossum emerges from the mother after 13 days of pre-nalr.I development. Then the little creature has to cltmb Into the moth- SUMMER SPECIAL THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1950 guests of Mrs. Alexander's parents Mr. nnd Mrs. Russell Phll'ips. They came to attend the Hal Mclntyre dance at the Country club. Heard Wylie, who Is a student at Brown-Moore School for Qlrls Phoenix, Ariz., has arrived home t« spent the summer holidays as guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H w Wylie. Mrs. M. T. Moon has returnee] from Russellville. where she spenl several days as e»est of her daughter, Mrs. W. F. Cooley. the Rev. Mr Cooley and family. While in Russellville, Rev. nnd Mrs. Conley motored Mrs. Moon to Hot Springs. A. M. Neely of Houston, Tex., Is visiting here as guest of his sister, Mrs. George Perry and family. He came especially lor the celebration of the 90th birthday of his mother Mrs. V. T. Neely. Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Knudsen will leave tomorrow for Jacksonville, 111., where they will attend the commencement exercises of the Mac Murray College senior class of which their daughter, Miss Muriel Knudsen is a member. Following the exercises Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Knudsen and daughter will leave for a three weeks vacation In Harmony, Minn. .Mr. and Mrs. Dane Fergus, Mr. and Mr* John White, Mr. and Mrs. Ren Butler. Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. J^e Bill Denton were among the Osceola resldenls In Blythevllle Inst night for the Hal Mclntyre dance at Ihe Country Club. The son born Monday morning at Memphis Methodist Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. RviKcll H. Farr has been named Qary Russell. Mrs. Parr is the former Miss Mary Sue Piercy of Ashdown. Mrs. Farr and son will be returned to their home this weekend. By Sue Burnett Cool, comfoitable and attractive- Hint's the wa/ you like your summer clothes to look. This slim sundress is cut en easy to wear princess lines, the saucy cape buttons on for cover-up. Pattern Nc. 8559 is a sew-rite perforated pHtern In sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20; 40 and 42. Size 14, dress, 3^i yards tf 39-inch; cape, iji yards. Send 25 cents now for the Spring and Summer FASHION. 48 pages of new styles, fabric news special features. Free pattern printed Inside the book. For this pattern, send 25 cents, in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sua Burnett, courier News, 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 7, Send 25 cents nov. for the Spring and Sunnier FASHION. 48 pages of new styles, fabric news, special features. Free pattern printed Inside the book. Miss Knudsen Graduates With Honors Miss Muriel Knudsen, daughter of Mr and Mrs. O. E. Knudsen of Blythevllle. will be graduated with honors, May 28 from MacMurray College, Jacksonville 111. Miss Knudsen, who it a nun Blythevllle High graduate, has received the highest honors In gen- tcal scholarship with a 2.5 academic average for seven semesters. Mls» Knudsen will be honored In the speech department as the student who has maintained the highest scholastic average for four year's work. She was awarded the prize for the student u'ho has demonstrated the greatest creative ability In speech activities and is first prize winner In the Sclirlver contest of essays on Abraham Lincoln. She was recently elected to membership in the National Collegiate Players. Following commencement exercises. Miss Knudsen will accompany her parents on a three weeks north- • ern vacation prior to their return to Btythevlllc. "Saw" Snout 1'he sawitsns "saw' actually Is a snout, formed Into a long blade and armed with teeth on each side, according to the Encyclopedia Brl- tannlra. Political Announcement The Couriei News has been authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to the Democratic primaries. July 25 and August a. FOR COUNTY JUDGE Roland Green FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE Ij. a Autry Re-election Post No. 3 John J. cowan Kenneth S. 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PINKHAM'S er's pcuch, where he nurses for about iO days before becoming a fully developed baby. This is an ideal ;etnp for the laboratory experimenter except for one major drawback. All attempts to raise opossums in captivity heretofore have failed, Reynolds said. The California scientist reported, however, that after several years of trial and error he had learned how to raise opossums in cages. He now has some third-generation animals which were born in captivity. Steamboat Springs, Colorado, has 99 varieties ot hot springs, duplicating every spa in Europe. condition. For chil- ren, us* Syrup of lack-Draught. Ther like It. You can KM red BInck-DiaUKtit B.1 *!. BLACK-DRAUGHT The Family Laxative One pair to a child... We don't mean shoes. bul feel. Yes, your child has only one pair of feel lo carry him Ihe 45,000 miles it'j been estimated he'll walk during his lifetime. 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