The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 27, 1950 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 27, 1950
Page 6
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILTJE f ARK.) OOURIKR NEWS Jane She/Ion, Society Editor Phone 4461 Miss Nunn Reveals Plans For D^cembp.r Marriage December 20 Is the date selected by Miss Mary Frances Nunn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nathan Nunn of Blj'thcviltc, for he.' marriage to Dr. John Charles Morrow | III, of Chapel Hilt, N, C.. son of i Mr imd Mrs. John ChnrtcA Morrow, \ Jr., of Ilcndersom'ille, N. C, The marriage will be solemnized Bt the First Presbyterian Church with the Rev. Roy I. Bftqley. pastor of the First. Methodist Church, officiating at the 4 p.m. ceremony. Maid of honor will be Mfss Virginia Nunn of Wnshinston, D. C. and'Blytheville, sister of the bride- elect. Bridesmaids will be .Mrs. Marvin Nunn. Jr.. and Miss Betty Black of Blytheville and Miss Tiny Mnr- guerile Morrow, of HendersonviUc, sifter of Dr. Morrow. Serving his cousin as best man will be J. riewcy Dorset!, of Rldsewood, N. J. Ushers,will be Joe Dorsett of Ridgewood, another ccusin, Marvin Nunn, Jr,, brother of the bride- elect. John Frederick Cocke of Birmingham. Ala., brol.hcr-En-law of the bride-to-be, and Graham- Partlow, Jr., of Blytheville. L. T. Moore, Jr., organist and Worth D. Holder, vocalist will present the program of music . A reception wi)J be held at the Country Club for the xvedding guests following the nuptial exchange. » * * Mrs. J.W. Adams To Lead Study Mrs. J. w. Adams will be chairman for the study course to be presented members of the Junior high school Parents Teachers Association tomorrow at tlielr 2 p.m. meeting at the First Christian Church. Preceding the study course will be n 1:30 pjn. Executive Board meeting at the church. The regular monthly ETA meet- Ing will be held at 3 p.m. nl the school. TO I'I,AY HERE—Vince Oeno- vese and his orchestra will play at a Blytheville Country Club dance tomorrow. The club's entertainment committee announced today thai the St. Louts orchestra had been secured for the affair. The dance is scheduled to begin at 9 p.m. Bits of News INFANTS' CLOTHES By Sue Burnett Here Is a complete wardrobe for the smallest family members that can be made in no time! puffed sleeve dress and underwear for sister, side-buttoning romper for brother. Pattern No. 8555 Is a sew-rlte perforated pattern in sizes G months, 1, 2 and 3 years. Sm: 1, dress, 1JS yards of 39-inch; slip and panties, 1% yards; romper '{, yard For this pattern, send 25c plus 5c for first-class mailing, in COINS your name, address, size desired' and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, courier News 372 w Quincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. Ready for you now—the new Fall and Winter Issue of FASHION 48 pages of smart new styles, special interesting features, free pattern printed inside. Send 25 cents today for your copy. Mis Virginia Bowcn returned to Canlwell, Mo., yesterday after having been the weekend guest of her parcnt.5, Mr. nnd Mrs. Howard Bcnven and sister, Evelyn. Thomas E. Wcjlbroofc of Blyllie- ille has been assigned to the famed 5th Armored "Victory" Division which was recently reactivated at Camp Chaffee, Ark. Mrs. Martha Clark Folcy Is now at her home on Dougan after having been a patient at Memphis Baptist IVospilal for several weeks. Owen Walker of Memphis was the holiday weekend guest of his Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wndily. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mott have returned to their home In Warrensburg, Mo., after having been the holiday weekend guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. George Cross. Coach nnd Mrs. Firman (Nig) Bynum and son, John Martin of Arkansas Tech. Russellvilte, were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Clark. Mr. and Mrs. J. Mell Brooks, Jr., and family of Greenwood. Miss., were the weekend guests of Mr. Brooks' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Mell Brooks. Paul Dietrich, famous Louisiana I bear hunter, returned to his home I in Opeloasas, La., yesterday after having spent the holiday weekend, guest of his parent-;. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Dietrich and .sister, Mrs. J. E. Beasley, and family. Mrs. Carl Bryant returned to her home In Memphis yesterday after having spent several days here as guest of her parent'!, Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Shclton. Mrs. Bryant came especially for the funeral of her brother-in-law, M. L. Hawkins. Friday. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. E. Gollatlay had as their holiday weekend guest, their daughter. Miss Laura Swain, who is a student at Washington University, St. Louis. Mrs. J. J. Johnson had as her Sunday guests Mr. J. C. Brown of Atlanta, da., a niece; Mr. ami Mrs. J. Edgar White and daughter, Mar- iret nnd Mrs. Florence Farrin of Sikeston, Mo. Mrs. Whito and Mrs. Farrin are sisters of Mrs. White's. Mrs. Hives Allen went by plane Sr.turday to New Orleans to attend t.he Vsnderbllt - Tulane fnothall game in which her son, R. C. Allen played for Vanderbllt. Mrs. Allen returned to filythcville Sunday. Out-of Town residents attending the funeral of Llzabeth Clatye Charnblin, Infant daughter of Dr. and Mr.s. W. D. Chamblin, yesterday, were Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Thornton of Little Rock, Mrs. Chamblln's mother, Mrs. Truman Schiiiibel of Philadelphia. Pa., and Miss Arline Marcuin of Memphis. Mr. and Mr.s. Matt Scruggs had as their weekend guest their son, Jack Elliott, who is a student at Arkansas Tech, Russellvllle. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Anderson, and son, W. O. Jr., and granddaughter. Jan Deveraux spent the Thanksgiving weekend In Stuttgart as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jnmes Bell and son. Billy. They were joined their for the holidays by Mrs. Anderson's sister, Mrs. H. P. Harrison and Mr. Harrison o! Dallas. Tex. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harrison, Mrs. Anderson and Jan spent Friday in Marianna as guests of Mr. antl Mis. Harold Anderson and son, Harold, Jr. The group returned to their homes yesterday. Mrs. N. C. Parks of Oxford, Miss.. Is the houseguest of her daughter. Mrs. W. C. Leggett. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Berry returned to their home in Memphis Thanksgiving day after having been the guests of Mrs. Berry's mother, Mrs. Fanny Lintzenlch. Mrs. Berry IMC) been spending a week in Blylhevillc, Mr. lierry joined her here for the day. Mr. and Mrs. James Ross of Memphis were the Thanksgiving holiday guest of Mrs. Ross 1 parents. Dr. and Mrs. James L. Guard and other relatives. They returned to Blytheville from their home In Memphis Sunday for the day. Judge nnd Mrs. Roy Harper of St Louis were the weekend guests of Mrs. Harper's sister, Mrs. F. B Black, Mr. Dlack, Miss Betty Black and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ben White announce the birth of their third child, a daughter, Delores Anna, Nov. 20 at the Blytherille Hospital. They have two other children, Eddie anii Tommy. Mrs White Is the former Miss Geneva Hagan. . Mr. nnd Mrs. J, W. O'Neal, Jr.. have as their houseguest, Mr. O'Neal's mother. Mrs. J. w. O'Neal of Columbus, Ga. Miss Marie Harnish spent yesterday in Paragould with her nephew, Dan Atkins, who is a polio patient at the Community Methodist Hospital. His condition is reported as satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gllnn of Memphis were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hagan and family. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Pafford had as their Thanksgiving guests Mr and Mrsi- Richard Prichnrd and (amlly'TjfJJuston, La. Mr. anrt Mrs Prichnrd '--KnA family.are former residents. Condition of Btlly Joe Denham. si.v-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Tiirnbow of Stcele, who underwent an emergency appendectomy Friday at Walls Hospital is reported as slightly Improved. His condition for several days was reported as critical. He Is a niece ol Mrs. D. C. Pafford of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse W. Province returned Friday afternoon from Ripley, Tenn., where they were the Thanksgiving guests ol Mr. and Mrs. I Christmas Cards Unusual Greeting Cards gsolct exclusively to each customer POPULAR PRICED Special selection g Business and Social USE GIFT WRAPPINGS Complete Assortments Priced Only lOc up 1 Samuel F. Norris Stationers-Office Outfitters Printers Across from City Hall WORLD'S lAKCfST SELLER MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1950 POLIO POSTER BOY—Twclve-ycnr-old Larry McKenzic's picture will appear on hundreds of thousands of posters next January during the 1951 March of Dimes campaign for J50.000.000 to combal polio, • The Kuckvillc, N Y. r Hirrn boy is proud of that and, as his grin shows, he's proud of the prize-winning pumpkin he had in a 4-H Club show. Livestock NATIONAL, STOCKYARDS, III,, Nov. 27. (/!')—(USDA)— Hot's 19,500; generally 25 to 50 cents lower than Friday's average; fairly aclivc at decline; bulk good and choice 190240 Ibs 18.00-15; 110-180 Ibs 18.15 to mostly 18.25; top 18.25; 240-300 Ibs 17.50-18.00; 140-169 lus 16.15-n.75; a few 110-130 Ibj 16.20-13-%; good and choice sows 4CO Ibs down 16.00- 17.2G; heavier sows 15.00-16.00; stags 12.00-14.50; boars 9.50-13.00. Cattle 0,000, calves 1,100; opening trade only moderately active hut generally steady on all classes; vcal- ers 1.00 higher; a few loads and lots medium .and good steers 27.50-30.60; some common and low medium around 25.00-60; good cows quotable around 22.00-23.00; common nnd medium cows 10.16-21,50; c'an- ners and cutters 15.50-19.50. WARNING ORDER In Itie Chancery Court Chicka- sawbu District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Wlllkrn Martin Da Rulta, pltt vs. No. 11,498 . " Betty mo* De Rutter. DR. The defendant Betty intx De liulter Is hereby warned U> appear within thirty days In the c.ourt named in the caption herof and answer the complaint o[ the plaintiff William Martin De Ruiter. Auxiliary Officer Is Named To National Office Mrs. James Roy, IS31 Holly, has been appointed National Legislative chairman of tru National Association of Junior Auxiliaries. Announcement of the appointment came from Mrs. James F 1 . Hooper, Columbus. Miss., president of the national organization. Mrs. Roy will head a committee composed or state legislative chairmen from Mississippi, Alabama, Texas, Georgia and Arkansas. Mrs. Roy i s legislative chairman of the Dlytheville Junior Auxiliary. Her national legislative committee will make a survey of juvenile agencies and institutions in each of the five states and Investigate adoption laws. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: w: J. Grubbs, Luxora. Walls Ho-s|illnl Dismissed: Carol Albtlrg. Rt. 4. Eugene Moody, City. Mrs. Robert Marrs, Canithers- vllle. Mrs. George N. Davis, City. Mrs. Lola Oarcie nnd baby torla. Vic- MonUn wax, used in phonograph records, shoe polish and electrical insulation, is extracted from lignite. Charles Henley and family. Mrs. C. M. Hughes had as her weekend guests her daughter, Mrs Ruby Marcus and son of Detroit Mich., nnd son, Woodrow Hughes and Mrs. Hughes of Troy Calif Mrs. Marcus and son returned to their home Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Hughes left today for California. Baptist Minister Plans Address •Die Rev. Royal G. Schultz, minister of the Number Nine Baptist Church will be guest speaker tonight at the Brotherhood meeting of the New Liberty Bajjtist Church. The meeting will be conducted at the New Liberty church at 7:15 p.m. Pilgrim Geese Seen DBS MOINES —(/!>)— A flock of blue-blooded geese—their ancestors came over on the Mayflower — is owned by Louie Bretz of Elberon. The birds are called "Pilgrims" after the people who brought them to thin country in 1620. They are smaller than the Emden and Toulouse breeds later imported from France and Germany. The Pilgrim breed became nearly extinct until an eastern goose fancier started breeding them. Does Own Financing DAUPHIN, Man. (AP) — Since 1934 this town has done Its financing locally. A total of »259,000 in debentures has been subscribed by Dauphin citizens without any assistance from ouLside bond dealers. Quick Relief for HURTS of RHEUMATISM, SCIATICA ARTHRITIS, LUMBAGO L.SIMPLE NEURALGIA __ If you are sufferEng from these miserable pains, take hope! Wonderful C-2223 made to a medically-approved formula, has given fast pain relief to thousands. C-2223 contains famous beneficial herb "HIack Snake-Root" and it's Iodized to activate Salfcylate action for better, more effective pain relief. Price of first bottle back if hot satisfied. Don't delay—today, go to the drug store and be sure to get C-2223, I I AISC AT THE POPULAR PRICE JHE Always make your purchase ot QUALITY aspirirx os "painless" on your purse as possible. Always buy St. Joseph Aspirin. 12 tablets iOc, 36 tablets 25C—big 100 tablet bottle <55c. Buy it today, St. Joseph ASPIRIN O MAKERS Of ST. JOSEPH KBIBIU »„„ ,.... MSO MAKERS Of ST. JOSEPH ASPIRIN FO R CHILDRIN PRE-CHR1STMAS CLEARANCE! ALL FALL AND WINTER Suits - Coats - Dresses ONE-THIRD OFF CHILDREN'S COATS ALSO REDUCED! Many Savings Await You— Get Your Share Early? ALL SALES CASH — ALL SALES FINAL — ALTERATIONS EXTRA Parfum 5. S. 15. to 50. in the Faljergctlc 2.50 Cologne 1.25 2. 3.50 5. Ensemble of Fabci-fcttc with matching cologne 3:50 ' (plus tax) tke MOSS BRYAN 103 East Main Street Dated this IT day of Nov., 1950 Harvey Morris, cierli Percy A. Wright, atty. for Pltf Roman aristocrats designed plaid» for their clothing, according to th« National Geographic society. Listen to KLCN ai 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our pro• frata announcements. Box Office Opens at 1:4* Show Starts 2:M p.m. Continuous Showing Everyday Last Times Today JOHN MAUREEN PAYNE O'HARA 'Tripoli' Paramount Neves & Shorts Tuesday & Wednesday AUIME Murphy GALE Storm Kid From Texas Selected Short Subjects GEM Uox Office Opens (i:45 Show Slnrfs 7 P.M. Last Times Today Metro N'cws i. Cartoon Tuesday & Wednesday ( KIRK IRURIH DOUGLAS BACALL Mounq man with a horn MATCHLESS WARNER CX.CITCMCN Selected Short Subjects You Reach More People Through the Want Ads Ads placed before 9 a.m. will appear same day. All classified advertising payable in advance. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS •

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