The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 17, 1949 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 17, 1949
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PAGE FOUft BLYTHEVrLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS AtewA Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Mrs. Lane Honored At C'and N Meeting Mrs. Charlie Lutes was complimented last night at the meeting oj the 0. and N. Birthday club at the new home of Mrs. Marvin Lane. Arranged on the buffet from which the pot luck supper was served was a low bowl filled with salmon gladioli. Mixed chrysanthemums decorated the rooms of the home, Tne birthday cake, which was topped with the club's traditional six candles, rested In the center of the dining table. After- the group's gift to Mrs. Lutes had been presented, the remainder of the evening was spent informally during which time .ilans were discussed for the Christmas party. Mrs. J. D. Booker, mother ol Mrs. Lane, was a guest for the meeting. Wednesday Bridge Meets At L E, Old Residence • Mrs. F. E. Black won hlsh and Mrs. Baker Wilson second high in the game of the Wednesday Club at the meeting yesterday at the home of Mrs. L. E. Old. Two guests, Mrs, John Caudill and Mrs. C. W. Afflict;, met with the members for the 1 o'clock- luncheon preceding the afternoon game. The guests were seated at the din- Ing table which was centered with a low bowl filled with gladioli and greenery for the two course luncheon. Immediately following the remainder of the afternoon was spent in bridge played In rooms^which were decorated in bouquets of mfn- ature chrysanthemums. Mrs. Campbell Speaks Ip Literary Club Mrs. Madllnc P. Campbell was guest speaker at the •meeting of the Osceola Literary Club Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. W. Har.vell. Mrs. R. L. Naming, Mrs. Harry Jones, Mrs. O. W. Knight, and Mrs. Basil Scgraves were co-hostesses for the meeting. Guests for the meeting at which Mrs. Campbell discussed "American Women In the Field of Music" were Mrs. Howard Fergus, Mrs. A. T. Norwood, Mrs. V. E. Harlan, Mrs. H. E.. Slaughter. Mrs. M. T. Nail- "ilng, Mrs. Spann and Miss Grev Low bowls filled with autumn hued leaves and mixed fall flowers were placed in the rooms In which the members and guests were seated At the conclusion of the discussion, the hostesses served a salad course and drinks ' •:':•'• - • •' i' ' ••'' : *•. • •• Ronnie, Fulgham Feted On Third Birthday Ronnie Flugham was entertained with a party on his third birthday at the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Ideli BiackaVd, yesterday. Ronnie, who Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Flugham, had 32 guests for the afternoon of games. Prizes were presented during the afternoon to LaWanda Barnett . Tommy Long and Patricia Webb! Pink and blue rosebuds decorated the white birthday cake which was served the guests. Tiny pink candy holders shaped as birds holding three pink candles lighted the cake. Favors were presented the guests during the afternoon. Mrs. Flugham and the mothers attending assisted Mrs. Blackard in directing the afternoon's activities. Stevens Home Is Scene Of LaNueve Meeting Members of LaNueve and fou guests were entertained Tucsda night when Mrs. Colnnan Steven was hostess at her, home. The guest were Mrs. Lynn Hughes, Mrs. Ro bcrt Porter, Mrs. John Arends anr Mrs. Rouse Harp. Chrysanthemums, roses anc other fall flowers were grouped h bouquets and placed throughou the Stevens home. In the game Mrs Hughes won high ond Mrs. N. G. Jerome secoiu high. During the evening a desser course was served. • * * Mrs. Ellis Compliments Town and Country Club Three guests met with members of the Town ami Country Club yesterday at the home of Mrs J.. C Kills. They were Mrs. Walker Baker, Mrs. Marvin Nunii, and Mrs, Clep Lnngston, of Long Beach, Calif., and formerly of Ulythcville. who is visiting here us guest of relatives. Red and yellow toned miniature chrysanthemums arranged In pottery vases were placed in tlie rooms of the home. In the game Mrs. N'unn won high and Mrs. G. G. CaudiH second high. During the afternoon Mrs. Kills served refreshments. Mrs. Stickmon Enlerlains luesday Bridge, Guests Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon entertained members and guests of the Tuesday Bridge Club at her home on Walnut for the weekly meeting. Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mrs. Gean Atkinson were guests. Arrangements of mixed chrysanthemums decorated the rooms In which the guests played bridge the afternoon. Mrs. Doyle Henderson won high and Mrs. Max Reid second high. Preceding the games Mrs. Stick- mon served a dessert, course. Two Guests Entertained At Club Eight Meeting Mrs. Otto Scrape was hostess to Club Eight nnd two guests, Mrs. Fred Rutherford and Mrs. Ray Hall, Tuesday afternoon at her home. An abundant arrangement of chrysanthemums and greenery centered the dining table of the home. During the games Mrs. Rutherford won high and Mrs. H. G. Partlow second high. A desert course was served by Mrs. Scrape. Mill Anniversary Feted With Informal Party Mr. and Mrs. John osborne entertained guests from Manila in celebration o[ their 14th wedding anniversary Tuesday night. The evemng was spent in informal entertainment. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. R. J. McKinnon Mr. and Mrs. V. B. O3borne and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie, sthar. Yellow was the chosen color for the party motif which wns carried out In the decorations of the home. Miniature yellow chrysanthemums copiously, arranged were pla-ccl throughout the home. Party foods- were served from the lace draped dining table durim. the evening, Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. E F. Still left to day for Plymouth, N.C., for a combined business and pleasure trip They plan (o be gone two weeks. Mrs. Robert N. Stair'nnd infant son ol Pen.sncohi, Fin., are vlsltln< iiere as guests of Mrs. Stair's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelson. ConrUtlon of Mr.s. Elva Poe who was dismissed Wednesday from Blytheville Hospital where she liar been reanvine ueivtment. Is satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Lancashire returned Tur.sday from Obcrlln Ohio, \jhcre they visited ihelr soni Jim and Ben. both students al Oberlln College. They also visitor in Wellmlngton. ns guest of Mrs Lancashire's sister. Mrs. Jnnnttn Eberdt has returned > Hcnclr.X'College, Conway, where she Is a sophomore, after spending -he fall holidays here as RUest of icr parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Eberdt. Miss Ebordt was motored o Memphis Monday by her mother and sister. Mrs. Joe Van Cleve, and on. Benny Joe. Mr. nnd Mrs. Chester Calrtwell re visiting Duke University. Dur- inm, N.C.. as guests of tholr KOUS, Chester and Dan. both of whom ire students there. Mr. mid Mr.;. Gus Eberdt spent Tuesday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Monte A. Isaacs, ilrs. John w..Thomas, Jr., of Wa.-h- ngton, D. C.. who Ls visiting her wonts, Mr. and Mrs. Isaacs, and J. G. West are In Memphis today or the wedding of Mt-s Jane Duffy 'horn to Jefferson Fewell Hicks, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Carter S. White of iprlngdaie, Mo., are visiting here s guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Port- anci and family. Mr. and Mrs. White re former Blytheville residents. The daughter born to MjSgt and Irs. Edward A. Casey Nov. 12 at a ospital in Smithvile, Ten., ha ecn named Beulah Clarice. Charles Bilbrey, sop of Mr. and j d to Walls Hospital for observa- DAINTY LINGERIE Women's Clubs Select BlytheviMe For Convention LITTLE ROCK, NOV. 17. (/I 1 ) _ Tile sprang convention of the Arkansas federation of women's clubs will be held April 13-15 in Blytheville. Dates for the meeting were set at a session of the board of directors here yesterday. Mrs. O. A. Ahlgrcn, Whiting, Ind., second vice-president of the general federation, will be (he convention sjjeiiker. AI The Hospitals Illythcvillc Hospital Dismissed: Jim Price, city. Mrs.' Ed Cnrtcr, City. Mrs. Wallace Hay and baby, city. Juanita McMullin, City. Mrs Joe Faui!lit, City. Nancy McNIcholas, Clly^ \. Walls Hospital Dismissed: J Mrs.) J, T. Conner and baby, Rt. 2. Leon Pruitt, Lcachvlllc. Mrs. Marvin Razer, City. Mrs". Gean Chitmon and babv nt. 4. Mrs. C. L McWaters, City. Billy Johnson, ftiveria, Tenn, Harold Don Hall, Cooler. Mrs. T. M. Battles, Goblcr. Mrs. Herman Graves, City. Mrs. Porter Flowers and baby, Hcrmandaie. Baby Olldin, Hornersville. By Sue Burnelt You still have lime to maju: this traceful nightgown and jacket com- lination as an extra special gift or the holidays. Delightfully easy o sew. the gown has drawstrings .t neck and waistline. Trim both lieces with a huge rijbon bow. Pattern No. 8250 1 in sizes 12 14 6. 18, 20; -to and 42. Size 14, gown H yards of 35 or 30-inch; Jacket Is yards. •!?; yards ribbon. For this patern. send 25 cents n COINS, your name, address, sine esired, and the PATTERN NUM- 3ER [o Sue Burnett, Courier News 30 South wells Street, Chicago 1, Send 25 cents today for the new 'all and Winter FASHION. 64 pages of smart new styles, special features. Free pattern printed in-'•' the book. 'Democracy" 'is Theme Of Central PTA Program "Democracy", was the therne of ie program given by. Mrs. Lillian "ranks ni, the meeting.ol the Cen- ral PTA Wednesday when the roup met at the First Baptist 3hurch at 3:00 pin. > Mrs. C. p. Ranibo presented the cvotlonal with Mrs. Jesse Taylor ivlng the president's message. Mrs. Robert Lipscotnb urged the lolhers to put their children in cnoo) ami to SEC that they arrive n lime. In case a child must be ibscnt from school the mother hould send a note of explanation, he said. .The following were announced as oenpmothers; first grade, Mrs. .',,:.fl»ll; second grade, Mrs. Alon Jaggers and Mrs. Harvey Chap- inn; third grade, Mrs. John Caud- 1 and Mrs. Max Logan; fourth rude, Mrs. Hubert Seymore and Irs- Blbert Huffman; fifth grade, Irs. Leonard Johnson and Mrs- ioy Woods; sixth grade, Mrs W L ioxley and Mrs, W. L. Crafton. It was announced there would s no December meeting. In the room count, the downstairs ward was 1 presented the second . ie with the upstairs award go- 1 Ing to the sixth grade. At the conclusion of the meet- IS MAKING IT THE NO. 1 COFFEE IN THE MIDDLE WEST ,'vi SO HAPpy THAT I TRIED OLOOUDGt To federation Meeting Mrs. J. E Crafton, chairman of the Garden Club Division of the Woman's cliib, said today that the division had been invited to attend the meeting of the Northeast Arkansas Federation of Garden Clubs Monday, at the Arkansas State College campus. The Blytheville club was organized about three months ago. and his will be the first district meeting in which the group has participated. Mrs. Joe Hardin of Grady slate president, will be the principal speaker. Registration for the events wil be at 10 a.m. Monday, and a business meeting will be "conducted at 11 a.m., p r i or to a one o - ctoek ing. the fifth grade 'mothers were hostesses at a social hour, iced drinks and cookies were served Coming Events Social Catondai Thursday Phebeaii Class of First Baptist Church will have regular business and social meeting at the homo of Mrs. W. O. Reeves at 1212 W. Walnut at 7:30 p.m. Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Mrs, Lloyd Stickmon and Mrs. c. Murray Smart will emertaln Chanter "N" of PEO Ststerhood at 1 o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. St!cknion. Ladies Bible Class of the First Methodist Church will have monthly business and social meeting at 2:30 p.m. at the church Hostesses will be Mrs M. G. Goodwin. Mrs. Love Adams. Mrs, Dave Craig and Mrs. A. M. R. Branson. Armorel Home Demonstration Club entertains at Armorel School with benefit supper beginning at 6 Saturday 20lh Century Club meets with Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Deen, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hayn'es Parr. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wise, Mr. and Mrs Melvln Halsell, Mr. and-Mrs. Bernard Graham, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert D. Hammock, Jr. Civic Calendar Frld«j FOOTBALL: Chicks vs. Smackover, here — A^ Playoff luncheon. The hostess clubs will Include the Jonesboro Garden club, the Gladiolus Garden Club, and six other specialized garden clubs. ^THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1949 Film Is Shown At Osceola PTA Meeting "Feeling of Rejection and Development In Growth" was the title of the film shown yesterday afternoon at the meeting of the Osceola High School. C. w. WaUon, president, presided over the business meeting The newly organized Reading club agreed to present a book of his choice to the student reading the most books during the year The president's message was read by Mrs. Ed Simmons. Franklin Sanders, superintendent of schools, gave the Invocation Omar Stevens, principal ol high school, presented the film which was shown at the conclusion of the meeting. Prehistoric Rhodesians Leave Purple Paintings LONDON -im- Northern Rhodesia's prehistoric peoples left behind some carelulty done purple paintings. The Colonial Office says tiie rock paintings were discovered in a remote cave near Musofu Mission by J. Desmond Clark, curator of the Rhodes-Livingstone Museum at Nnchilalo. They show antelopes, and possibly zebra. They are the first of their kind found In northern Rhodesia. Shun- Starts 7:00 Bo.v Office Opens 6:45 Bargain Ni K hl Every Night K.vcept Saturday No passes hntmred on Sunday at The ROXV - . Thursday & Friday SPECIAL MATINKE FRIDAY AFTERNOON—2 O'CLOCK WALT DISNEY'S SO DEAR TO WHEART *• -1 I;IL nil. Hill* ClIU-U-HlN iionrirauii Selected Short Subject! This picture was brought back by requcsl because of polio epidemic [lurins first run. 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THESE BOOKS MAKE APPROPRIATE GIFTS THE Members, Guests Attend Junior GA Meeting Thirteen members of the Juni 0 , GA of Calvary Baptist Church m«f Wednesday at tlie home of M.' Jack Allaway. Four visltori w«W present for tlie meeting. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. Attaway following which the allegiance was » a id In unison by the group. Two chapters of the book, "Dike Against The Sea," were discussed by Mrs. Attaway. The prayer of dismissal was ji». en by Janet Sue Boyd. Refreshments were served during the social hour. Oriental Fruit Flies Invading United States RIVERSIDE, Calif.— «•)-_ if the Oriental Fruit fly ever Invades the United States, the University of California hopes to be r fight it. ~Prof Harry s. Smith, specialis In biological control has been sent to Hawaii to mass produce several species of wasps that prey on tin fly. Breeding stock for the wasps has been gathered in China ind Formosa. o ^. m, list Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 10:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. LISTEN TO KLCN Thursday & Friday CAGNEY 'MITE Farar wnt News * Shorts Continuous Showing Cverjd'aj BOY 4 OH BOY! You've Missed Something If You Haven't Tried KIRBY'S 5-SCOOPER MALTED MILK 5 Scoops of Ice Cream KIRBY DRUG STORES MAIN AT SECOND - BROADWAY-DIVISION BLYTHEVILLE ARKANSAS

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