The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 3, 1950 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLrnrevn,i,E (ARK.) COURFER NEWS SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 195» Jane Shelton, Society Editor Plion* 4461 Ninth Birthday Observed With Party for Nine The ninth birthday of Dale Cullens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cullens, was celebrated Thursday with a party at the Cullens home, 1200 Holly. The blue and yellow party was attended by nine little girls. Central point ol interest was R lolly pop tree placed In the entertaining room. "Fruit" of the unusual tree was varied flavored lollypops. In the party games and contests, prizes were presented Lucy Caudill, Donna Sue Byrd and Betty Lee Streets. Tile large blue birthday cake, topped in rows of yellow icing, was cut and served the guests with ice cream and Iced drinks. Table appointments used were in the selected colors. Favors of multl-hued balloons were presented the guests. Mrs. Cullens was assisted in directing the afternoon's activities by Miss Mary Jo Eaton. Supper Club Uses Unusual Partner Method The "Cinderella" method of finding a dinner partner, matching tiny shoes bearing a card on which was written the name of a feminine guest, was used by the 65 members and guests of the Dell Supper Club at the monthly meeting Thursday night at tlie Hut. Mr. and Mrs. Merron Koehler and. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Henderson were hosts and hostesses for the barbecued chicken dinner. The long tables from which supper was served preceding the even- Ing dance were "U" shaped, with a long bowl from which arose mixed spring blossoms, set among tall lighted tapers, topping the center table. Low bowls filled with hydrangea Intermingled with tiny lighted candles were set at intervals down the table. Harmonizing bouquets topped the mantel and reception room of the Hut. The evening was spei)t in dancing. GIRLS' SUN OUTFIT 8593 6-14 By Sue Burnett Just the thing to defeat the summer heat- a simple sundress for young girl that you can put to- and waist top with eyelet or ruffling or guy contrast. Brief bolero to matsh. Pattern No. 8593 Is a sew-rilc perforated pattern for sizes 6, 8, 10, 12 and 14 years. Size 8, dress,!' yards of 35 or 30-inch- bolero yard; IV, yards trimming. For this pattern, send 25 cents In COINS your nnme. address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUM- BKR to Sue Burnett Courier News 530 South wells Street. Chicago 7 Send 25 cents nol tor the Spring and Summer FASHION 43 pages or new styles fabric nens special features Free pattern pointed Inside the book Bits of News Duford Young arrived home Friday from Southwestern, Memphis, to spend the summer vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bulord Young and brother. Mrs. George Ingrum and Mrs Carl Tnte, accompanied by n girls from the P'ir.st Baptist and Chapel Mission Churches, will leave Monday for Flavenden Springs, Rnven- den, Ark., for a weeks' vacation Mrs. Ingrain and Mrs. Tate will serve as counselors at the camp. Mr. and Mrs. E R. Lancashire left yesterday for Obcrlin, Ohio, to attend the graduation of their son, Ben, from Obcrltn College. The commencement services will be held June 12. Miss Cynthia Daly of Little Rock will bo the weekend houscguest of Mr. and Mrs, Harry W. Haineji. Mrs. James Earl Ross of Memphis left today for her honm after several days visit in Blythevilte as guests of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. James L. Guard and relatives. Mrs. Ross is Gu^rd. the former MLss Molly George Pollock, III, who has been a junior at Washington University, St. Louis, this year will arrive home Monday from school to spend the summer vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Pollock; Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Cahlwell have gone to Durham, N. C. to attend the commencement exercises June 5 of their son, Chester, from Duke University. Mrs. Edd Foster, who suffered a severe hip injury in a fall Thursday at her home, underwent sur- STEPHENS GRADUATE AND FATHER—Miss Peggy Jtme Fleeman of Manila, senior student at Stephens College Columbia, Mo., and tier father, E. C. Fleeman, are shown at the Commencement Ball held gery this morning In the Lcia Raney Wood ballroom of the college, last weekend Miss rleeman and Mr. Fleeman are adhering to the Stephens tradition that the fathers of senior students serve as their daughters' escorts to the Commencement. Ball, while the students' mohers attend the Commencement Play or horse show with their daughters 1 usual escort. Miss Fleeman was graduated from school In ceremonies held May 30. i'fiday Club, Four Guests Honored at Guard Home A luncheon at th« James C. 3unrd home yesterday honored members of the Friday Club and [our guests fo r the weekly meet- r.g. Mrs. James Ross of Memphis, a houseguest of Dr. and Mrs James Guard. Mrs. Cecil Branson of Denver City, Texas, hmiseguest of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. 'nicker, Mrs. John Caudill and Mrs. Joe P. Pride. Jr., were the club's guests. Bowls holding roses, interspersed n greenery, were set around the entertaining room. Th« group was seated at small tables for the lunch-, eon. with bud vases, lillled with colorful daises topping each table In the bridge games, guest high was won by Mrs. Hoss, with Mrs. Harmon Taylor winning club high Mrs. S. E. Tune was second htgh and Mrs. Robert Porter, brldgo. Two Guests Attend Church Classes Social Mr. and Mrs. Roland Rounsaville were guests last evening with 18 members of the Seekers Sunday School Class and Volunteers Train- Ing Union Class of Calvary Baptist Church, when Mrs. Mark Anderson entertained with the monthly social of the classes. The ai fresco parly was given at the Anderson home on Clear Lake Road. The Rev. P. H. Jemigan gave the devotional. Barbecued chicken and party foods were served the group after which the evening was spent In party games in the floral bedecked entertaining rooms of the home. Comina Events Social Calendar Music recital of students of Mrs, J. Cecil Lo\ve at High School Auditorium at 7:45 p.m. Mrs. J. C. Ellis hostess to OEO Club. Lake Church Street WSCS at 2:30 p.m. meets at Attendance List, Semester, Year Made Known t Campbell's Clinic in Memphis. Condition of Debbie Marsh, four UKCKIVKS DEGREE — Brooks Grimme, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Grimme of Memphis, will be graduntcd with honors June 5 from the University of Florida, Gainesville, where he majored in electrical engineering. Mrs, Grimme Is the former Miss Martha Louise Taylor, daughter of Mrs. Mary Lou Taylor of Blytheville. Mr. Grimme was the only member of his class to be selected by the General Electric Co., Schenectatly, N. Y., for advanced engineering training. He was also awarded an all-expense three-day tour by Eastern Airlines. Mr. Grimme Is a graduate of Tech High School anri the Naval Electronics Technicians School at Corpus Christl, Texas. After AuKiist Mr. and Mrs. Grimme will be at home in Schenectady. Sugar-Fat Tests MADISON, Wis. W>— Sugars and tats mix in odd ways when you eat them. Sometimes both are needed to k healthv food mixture But .year old d™sM" of Mr and Mrs. 1 have to mlx -, < rig , t M.'d Jack Marsh, who Is a parent at S . of sugsr willl theJ right kln | o£K ^ Joseph's Hospital in Memphis, Is rcjioited slightly improved. Mrs. W. B. Tanner arrived home Wednesday from Chapel Hill. N. C.. Dr. E. B. Hart, at the University of Wisconsin, worked with milk. He removed the butterfat and substl- for a visit by her grandson, Jim Tanner of Chapel Hill. Mr. and Mrs Bob Barnes, Russell Campbell, Jeanne Campbell. Joe Perfect attendance record for the BottonclM, Sophie Ann Bright and second semester of-the school vear Dan Wallace are spending several and for the year of Central School d »>l" =!«""* °?!l," r - »° *?": where she was housemother in nituted a vegetable fat. Tnis modified fraternity on the campus of the mil!t fall(! <i <° make animals grow University of North Carolina this! as «'*" as mllk containing the but- year. She was accompanied home terfat. was announced today by Miss Sunshine Swift principal. Barnes are vacationing at their cabin. Mr. Campbell and group are staying on the Campbell houseboat. . first grade-James Graham. Rob- | M|M Betty Wooten left today for ert Howell, Patsy Ann. Gurno and Little Rock to spend a week as guest Marsha Nail. Second grade-Raymond Mayo Third grade-Dennis Fisher, Gary Gill, Jimmy Lott, James Pugh and Fredda Turnage. Fourth grade-James MeBridc, George Ann Byrd, Dorothy Eagan and Beth Johnson. Sixth . grade-Omega Alexander, Eva Lee Graves, Dclores Harris and Next the experimenters changed (he sugar In the milk. They retained the vegetable fat and changed the sugar to sucrose or to dextrose. With either of these sugars the modified milk suppported animal growth ss well as the original, unaltered milk. Sucrose Is laole sugar. Dextrose comes from bread, potatoes and proteins. LUXORA NEWS By Mrs. G. C. Driver Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bemles of< Memphis were the recent guests of Mrs. F. M. -Bonds. Mrs. Bonds has as her guest now Mrs. Ora Hill, her clster, also of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Wood are on a two week motor tour of Florida and the Gulf const. A. B. Bradley, Charles Bennett and Damon Jones, returned home Wednesday from a three day state F.F.A. convention held at Arkansas State .College Jonesboro, Tommy Stanford, who has attended Kcmper Military Acadamy In Missouri for the past two years, returned home this week. He came with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. T. L.. Stanford, who motored after him, MLss Jane McLenden is In Conway this week. Misses Edith Mcbanlel and Eu niceS-eaoanot nnmhr H.gomsoirvb nice Shinn are on a motor trip to Faycltcvllle and Gravette, Ark. Hdward Stanford, sou of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stanford, who graduated last week from Kentucky Military Institute ab Lyndon, Kentucky returned home this \veek to spend the summer with his parents. Mrs. W. C. Howard and Mrs. T. L. Stanford left Thursday for Tulsa. Oklahoma to attend funeral services for an aunt, Mi's. John Stanford. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Wunderlich of Memphis, former Luxorans, were Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowen. Mrs. Ruby Beasley of Lexington, Tenn., is visiting Miss Margaret Moffitt and her father, S. Moffitt. Memphis visitors this week have included Mrs. R. L. Houck, Mrs. T. F. Hudson and Mr. and Mrs, T. D. Wilkins. .veil S this Moscow Style Problem LONDON — I/FA What [he dressed Russian will wear spring and next summer nas been decided partly on. his own say so. Anyhow, that's the story the Moscow raio put out. The broadcast, heard by the London Sovie* monitor, said the Soviet model fashion house had designed more than 1,000 men's, women's clothes for the WARNING ORDKK The defendant, S. C. Alexander, Is warned to appear In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkaasas, within thirty days and answer the complaint, of the plaintiff, Ethel Alexander. Witness my hand, as clerk of said court, and the seal hereof, on his 12th day of May, 1950. Harvey Morris, Cle.-k By Anla Sykes, D. C. Frank C. Douglass, ally for pltf. 5-13-20-27 8-3 Truffles are an Important com- mcrclal crop In France and Italy. General Services Administration. Public Buildings Service, Room «*, 1114 Commerce Street, Dallai t, Texas, May 25, 1950. Sealed bld«, in triplicate, will be received at thl» office until 3 p.m., June 15, 1950, and then publicly opened, for furnishing the material*, «nd performing the work for miscellaneous repairs and painting it the U. S. P. o., ance with the specification! dat«4 PB-Div-6 April 26, 1950, and drawings (if any) mentioned therein: and the general conditions daMK Sept. 15, 1942. And addendum their!?' to dated May 15, 1944. Specifications and other data may be had at the office of the custodian of tht building or the office of (he division engineer, or Public Bulidingi Administration, Room. No. 507, Lemon Building, Washington, D. C. Irving LV Porter, Division Engineer. 6'2-I-fc Manufacturers report • steady Increase In the number of home freei- er units being Installed on farmi and In suburban areas. new and new nodels of children's reason. It added: "Leading artists, cloth'ng workers and consumers themselves have taken part in choosing models fashions, which are also discusser! by workers in their houses of culture and clubs. 1 ' | of Miss Hcbbie Whisenhunt of Bly- thevilie, who is a student at the Baptist School of Nursing there. Miss Wooten Is a former student i of the school. [ Charlie Nick Hose' arrived yesUr- | day from the University of Arkan- \ sas. Fayetteville. to spend the sum- [ mer months as guest of his parents, j ^^ Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rose at Rose- Here's Our New Phone Nnrober 6817 CITY DRUG CO. . uu'll Love Our Flowers! BLYTHKV1LLE FLOWER MART Mrrnphls fllwa? t*htmr' 6W)V W. H. Morse of j C. announce the ' Mary Louise Turnage. Perfect attendance for the year: second grade-Ruby Chandler Mar- ^"o? , son 5 . esterdaT mornlng tha Arends, Jimmy Stilwell and | at a Washington Hospital .The baby Jimmy Killet. | | 5 tllcil . Eraon d child. Thev have an- land. Dr. and Mrs. Washington, D Fourth grade-Marvin McMahan, Geraldine Baker, Carolyn Sue Arney, ,.fSSs Lee Regan, Rose Joyce Ingrarnir'Barbara Ann Gurnow and Margaret Lucretia Hobbs. Fifth grade-James Buchanan, Jimmy Lee Hall, Eddie Blan Perry and Anice Chandler. Sixth grade-Joe Hughes, Bobby Jones, Raymond Miller, Roger Sudbury, Marilyn Baker and Sara Jo Strickland. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Dismissed: Jackie Frazier, City. Charles Frazicr, City. Joe Webber. Maiden. Mrs. James Morgan, Caruthers- vilie. Mrs. Ruby Dent, Stecle. C. B. KcUlngcr, City. Missionary Study Group of First Christian Church meets at home of Mrs. Boyce Moore at 2:30 p.m. First Methodist WECS has busl- neoss program meeting nt church at 3 p.m. WMU of First Baptist Church lias business meeting at the church at 2:30 p.m. Business Womens Circle Number Eight of First Baptist Church meets with Mrs. C. E. Johnson at 7:45 pm Tuesday Mrs. Herman Turner hostess to TLE Club. Ladles Day Luncheon at Country Hospital Reveille Halted OAI.ESBURO. III. — (jl*,— Cottage hospital discarded the old custom of rousing patients around the crnck of dawn. Under the new order, nobody Is awakened before 7 a.m. Mrs. Irene Donaldso ., director of nursing, reports everybody Is happy Are Termites Ruining Your Property? Gorernmenl statistics say thai Termite damage was second only (o fire in the United Stales. We will make an inspection and give you an eslimalc, if needed, wilrroul cost. Our work is licensed by (he Arkansas Slate Plant Board—we have 12 years of experience lo guarantee you satisfaction. • FREE INSPECTION • SUPERIOR TERMITE CO. H. C. Blankcnsliip L. j. Zeller 309 East Kentucky ^.. Phon« 2350 or 3579 about it. ;iub at 1 p.m. Ttl-Town Club meets with Mrs Jimmy Lte Brooks. Y. M. Birthday Club meets will Mrs. Charlie Hicks at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday Club Eight meets with Mis. Graham Suclbury. Friday Mrs. Farris McCaiia and Mrs Robert Porter entertaining Friday Club at the Porter home with 1 p m luncheon. other child, aged two. Dr. Morse Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Byron ' Morse of Blytheville. [ Miss Leta Rose Castllo irrivtd; in Blytheville yesterday from A:- ; kansas Tech. Russellville. to be the | summer vacation guest of her par- ! enls. Mr. and Mrs. Garth Casllio. j Mrs. Joe Ferguson and daughter. '• Juanita, were In Columbia, Mo. : at Stephen's College for the srradu-, tion festivities In which their daugh- j tcr and sister. Miss Arden Ferguson. I participated. Miss Ferguson, who was graduated May 30. accompany her mother and st-ster to Blythevtlle ; Wednesday morning. En route they: visited friends in St. Louis. i Toothbrush with Meals WELLINGTON, New Zealand _ ISP)— Diners at a Wellington restaurant saw a pretty girl put a toothbrush beside her plate. The girl ate her meal. Then vieorously brushed her teeth and emptied the water into her teacup. Her girl Iriend look embarrassed, smiled, but didn't say anything. The RtrLs were two of 170 dental trainees who are carrying through an experiment. Halt will brush their teeth after all food and every drink, except water, for a whole year. The other 85 will brush their teeth only twice a week—Thursdays and Saturdays. At the end of the year research men hope to be able to say which is better—intensive oral hygiene or casual hygiene. JACK WEBB, M.D. Now rrlncalcri In llie Lynch Bulltllng, Blytheville Fracticc Limited to Eye. Ear, Nose & Throal CHURCH of CHRIST Main at- Highway 61 Daily Radio Program • KLCN 12:15 lo 12:30 Weekly Sunday 8:30 to 9:00 A.M. BIBLE CLASSES FOR ALL Sunday 9:50 II F. SHARP • Evangelist SERMONS: Sunday Morning—"Some Men Who Did Not Write The liible". Sunday Evening—"Concluding Meditations in Hebrews". Where Christ and Christians Meet CHURCH of CHRIST You're Invited To Our Buffet Dinner Sunday Evening, June 4 6 to 8 P.M. $1.45—CHILDREN 85e HOTEL NOBLE COFFEE SHOP Call 6911 for Blytheviile TIN SHOP 111 North First We offer complete Sheet Metal service gin, oil mill & feed mill work, house gutters, duct work. Call Taylor Layton, shop manager. The Strongest GRAIN BIN Made The Martin "Husky fiaint" is U. S. Gov't. approved —weather-proof, fireproof, ratproof. Designed especially for soyhean growers, this storage bin contains more steel Ihnn any other 1 . The 2'/j in. corrugation prevents bulging and sagging. Sold by Blytheville Soybean Corp. Blythevill. Phone 6856 GEM Box Office Opens 1:45 Cent. Showing Every Daj Saturday Serial: "Pony Express" No. 6 and Cartoon Cant. Showing Sat. 12:30-11:30 Sunday & Monday LADD In War A Daring Saboteur. ,J In Peace A r\ Y ; j? Grim Avenger! LEDERER »0£[?M CnLLEIA I*Mitchell Leisen PfWS'JCtjtW hfc* si BOM man • snai i, KICSU uisa Paramount News and Selected Shorts Cent. Showing Sun. 1:30-11:30 Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Saturday BILL jfWIldliJtHkfcoKI ELLIOTT Serial: "Undersea* Kingdom" No. 6 and Selected Shorti Cent. Showing S»t 12:30-ll!j» Sunday. & Monday —DOUBLE FEATURE— O'HEFE • RDSSHl .. 2L ^u "^- PLUS 'G-Men' with JaTxiet Cftgney Metro News Cnni. Showing Sun. l:3ft-ll:(H> COMING SOON TO THE ROXY "PINKY" with Jeanne Grain "THE DAMNED DON'T CRY" with Joan Crawford and David Brian. "NANCY GOES TO RIO" with Jine Powell. "CHAIN LIGHTNING- with Humphrey Bogart. FINALLY, at last, after a 3 year delay, you can see THE OUTLAW/ HOWARD HUGHES prodoclion '_ B . nuonti , - ^ M M OUHAVf ^^^ • StAPB'NG JANE RUSSELL JACK BUmi • THOMAS MlKHEll . WAITES ttW:ON

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