The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 21, 1949 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR Jane Sheiton, Society Editor •LYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Miss Pitts To Wed Walter Waldreti Smith » Mr. and Mrs.'William Mannerly Pitts of Ecru, Miss., announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Mi S5 Rebecca Kathryn Pitts, fo Waleer Waldren Smith, son of Mrs. Josep Walter 'Smith of Luxora. Miss ?itts is a graduate of EC: High School and attended Blu Mountain College where she was a active member of the Eunomlan So ciety. She received her nurse training at Jackson, Miss., and fo the past five years has been a mem ber of the Biytheville Hospita nursing staff. Mr. Smith attended schools and later served five year overseas with the U.S. Army. He a present .is connected with th Freight and Express Agency of Os 'ceojn. 200 Attend 20lh Century Thanksgiving Dance <A Thanksgiving dance, which an proximately 200 members and guests of rne 20th Century Club attended with Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Been Mr.'and Mrs Lloyd H. Wise Mr and Mis. Mc-lvtn Halsell. Mr and Mrs. Bernard Graham and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert D. Hammock, Jr.. as hosts and hostesses, was given s->t- nrday night-a't the Legion Hut 'Centering' the long table from which the midnight supper was served was a cornucopia bowl abundant'y fined with assorted fruits. White candles lighted and Placed in green candlesticks flanked the bowl. 'Tiny multi-colored turkeys In complement, to the season weic fable at lntervnls d °*n the long •Pumpkins with tiny lur f ,i,oise stems and a profusion of turkeys done in cardboard rhlnatnres edged the.floor length table cloth Crepe paper in fall colors decorated the ball and reception rooms with bouquets of gicenery and berries placed in the rooms .vS'V '»!'" gucsts '"eluded Mr. • and Mrs. Bill Hughes of Osceola, Jlr and Mrs. T. R. Cole of Haytf Miss Jean Williams of Osceola Mr' and Mrs Ray Mann of Wilson and M f- and Mrs. Bob Lowe of Manila. Baptists to Have First • Supper Meeting Tonight .The first Brotherhood Siinner meeting for the new assoefational year is scheduled to be held tonight 'at 7:30 at the pirci- n nr *u I Church. "le.Fitst Baptist A program of local 'talent Is being planned under the direction ot: Hays Sullivan, program vice- president. • ^&.^nS^'& 1 ^ MmS-n.^ 3 " 533 B3Pt ' 5t St * ie e> newly elected Brotherhood —— DOLL AND CLOTHES By Sue Burned A'darling litle baby doll complete )'.- ..." alnty set of clothes ; to eight every little girl, on your ist. fane!! spend ninny a happy inch lrpSSi "* " nd undrcsslll e thls .Pattern No. 8383 Is in one slze- 8 inches. For exact requirements ee pattern. : • For this pattern, send 25 cents n COINS, your name, address! ze desired and the PATTERN NUMBER, to Sue Burnett. Courier News, .,30 South Welts Street, Chic- go 7, III. Send 25 cents today for the new all and Winter FASHION. G4 ages or smart new styles, special eatures. Free pattern purinted in- ide the book. Vladimir K. Zworykin, who' 1ms laycd an important part, in dcvel- imier.t Of. electronic television, ap- hed for his first patent In 1823 fflcers for the yenr are Kendall Berry president; Rasco Craflon nembership vice - president; Mr. ulliyan, program vice-president; lare'nce Johnson, activities- vice- resident; j. ,P. pr| Dnd , publicity Ice-president; >. E. Atkinson, s'cc- etnry and treasurer; n nd Alvin uffman, Jr., choirster. F. ». Sv.ift of Huston. La., spen mn ( ,r ck . Cnd , h ™ " e"<*t of 1," ^^and Mrs. T. A. field am Billy Jrjyncr, a student at Ark insas state College, Jonesboro w-a ne weekend guest of his parents Miss Blllie Rogers, daughter o Mr and Mrs. w. J. Rogers ha Pledged Sigma Alpha Iota, natlona lonorary musical fraternity at the Jniversity of Mississippi where she s a student. The national re- iu rcmenls are outstanding musk "Wily, .high scholastic averaee and | major or minor In some flclc Misses Mary Christine and Marha Enie,«|, le Lloyd, twin daugh- ei s of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lloyd rnved • home yesterday from St Vincent, Ky., where they arc stu- ents at St. Vincent'./ Academy or tlic Tlianfoglving holidays. The Ils-ses Lloyd were motored home y Glen Teague. Mrs Hany A . Hait!es ]eft , or Hickory, N . C., where she will «'l her parents, Mr. and Mrs •Jivm Harold Shuford. Mr. and Mrs. fjosco Crafton rc- urned Saturday night from a ID- ay visit In Gulfport. Miss., New urjeans and other points of intcr- st. While in Gulfport, they were he guests of their daughter. Miss Ramona Crafton, who 1 5 a.junior LPl"i' park Collc e e - The group icnt the week end in New Orleans Her which Miss Crafton returned o school and Mrs. Crafton visited n Little Rock and Conwav. Mr. .rafton Joined a party for a deer unt at Mdwood. Ark* for severaT iCTille U ' Clr 1CtLlr " lo Bly Mr. and Mrs. Everet Eubanks pent yesterday In Little Rock here they, visited their son, James Dicker, who [ s a patient at the Crippled Children's home' there is condition js satisfactory Condition of Mrs. Bill Brocle who iderwcnt nn emergency appcndect- iiy Saturday night at Walls Hos- ital is satisfactory. •ml E V!lil ° f clilllon ' ' VJ °'' at - Mrs. Eula Rulledge Is spending a UT r?niip l» T i. n_ r-. , •*"•& R ° Ck as 8uest of Native's 5 ' Mrs. John R. Tansil of West emphis wns the Friday guest. of er sister Mrs. o. .o.jQanskc •'-•• Condition of Mrs. Sallle Hubler ho has been ill for .several' days her home on loth Street, is iprovcd. • Among the Bl^tlieville people at-' Miss Crafton Placed On Quarterly H?nor Roll Miss Ramona Crafton has bee .laced on the honor roll of Gul park-College, Qiilfport, Miss., fo he tlrst quarter of the school yea Miss Crafton. who is the drxughle 01 Mr. nnd Mrs. Rosco Crafton, a junior. -. • •' , Before the year 1001 Suedls "° k " ow " rs Kll) 5 lending (he Skating Vanities 5 es n'm7 1 Memphis were Mrs J s Dlllahimty, Mr. and Mrs. Wlllinm P. McCaughcy, Mr. and Mr» Jcx n. Evans and daughter, Terry An and Mrs. R. T. bajlew O f Luxon condition o( Fred Philbrook wh underwent a major operation Nov factor ylhov " lc IIos P"=»l is satis Mlis Lonnlc Johnson of Bljthe i\\\f. and Paul Davis of Manila vil ippear with the Hon'rtrlx Collee Choristers In the major fall pio duction of Mendelssohn's '"Elijah Nov. 22. Mis., Johnson is also •» member of the Hcndrix cliapc >noir. a select 28 voice traveling rnlt of the choristers. Miss John -on Is the daughter of Dr and Mrs. R. L. Johnson of BlytheUlle ind Mr. Davis Is the son of Mr md Mrs. Hershel Davis of Manila Robert L. Holt has pledged Kap w Pst, honorary pharmncy fi it rnity at Die University of Miss sslppi where he Is a student Mr. and Mrs, j. w. Bailey of Carulhersville attended the funor- 1 of Mrs. w. C, Cates Saturdaj Condition of Will Allen PicMrcl hree year oid son ol Mr. and M, s Allen Plckard, who suffered a broken right shoulder several weeks Bo Is satisfactory. Mrs. Lillian Pranks spent the weekend in Mcmp'ils as guest of Mrs. Jane plle^er. Mrs. Bernard Graham and dan . " "'".nini .inn daii- hter. Linda, nnd Mrs. Dill Hurt nd family arc spending today In onosboro. Mr. and Mrs. Dale S. Briggs an- ounce the birth of a son Sunday t Biytheville Hospital. The baby 'ho is their second child, has not een named. They have a datightci 3herec Carisle. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Wilson of Mom- his will leave today by plane for Dallas and Los Angeles. Their chll-' ren, ML>s Anna Lou WilSBri and oe Wilson, will be the guests of icir grandmother Mrs. Dan Stout ~>r two weeks, C. E. Crlggcr, Sr., and Mr. and Irs, Charles Crigger, Jr., have re- urned from Fayetteville and Little ock where they had spent the past eek. While In Fayetteville they ere the guests of their grandson id son, Charles Crigger III, who a student at the University of rkansns. They attended the Ark- isas-Willlam and Mary gnme Sal- rday in Little Rock. Mrs. Charlie Graves has return- A from Corinth, Miss, where she as called to be with her son Hore Graves, who Is ill In a hospital ere. She was motored home yes- rday by another son, Phillip raves.. ,; ; • .- -;•>•''->. ^:- ... Condition of Quincy' Alexander 10 was admitted to Biytheville ospital yesterday, Is Improved Kid Knit 'Fashions "1 y v • • * u B^^_^» ... _ . . . A: MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1949 New Bridge Not Open But'Traffic''• MEMPHIS, Nov; 21-//p,_ Tll new Memphis and Arkansas Brid~ acro.?s the Mississippi River s?S open yeU-but It has ' had pientv of pedestrian traffe. , • y 'i'housands of persons swarmed over the bridge yesterday d«splt« a "<;eep off" sign. They peered over Ihe side of the bridge with no side rails to protect tiiem from Hie river 100 feet below. They strol led around a two-foot-wide opening running through the middle or the span. Finally police arrived and cleared them off. - ___ - t .-Jrt'SiSJJi^U/Bfc 1 .,**. ; | Jmportcd knitwear for loddlers that's easy on mom's pocketbook Hie winter f:islnon news for the carriage Irade The cinliran (ihnv I ^"rifr, o'tr'' " ;1 "f r " c "' """"'^ dowS e ||"f™«». uu™ %™ nine in ^ Mm/ "r "T 7" v " cck anci 1'and-embroidererl detail is Ilie f^ hit c girls swcacr (upper right) lace-knit from shoulder lo center ffl he s i,<,,H l ,, 1 ,°r r . BC S 3 ^ Ul!rlle .'' tailored pullover, which button on "-' msWeruicombuies w,lh French-stjltd boxer shorts (right). " ^•i^^H^^^^B^^^q Continuous Shows Hox Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 10:00 a.m. 12:15 p.m. «:3« pm . L1STENTO KLCN Last Time Today Yes Sir, That's My Baby with Donald O'Connor am) Gloria De Haven Paramount New, & Selected Shorli Continuous Showing Every D», Tuesday & Wednesday Coming Evenfs Social Calendar Monday Wesleyan Service Guild starts Study course at Mrst Methodist Church at 7:30 p.m. ' , Tucsday Mrs. Garrard Caudill 'hastess to •n-Town Club at Hotel Noble Mrs. Jack Chamblln compliments a Nueve. Tuesday Bridge meb with 'Mrs esse Taylor. Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta ema Phi meets at the home of Irs. Parnsworth Black. Mrs. Lloyd tickmon will present a book review Wednesday Mrs. W. J. Pollard hostess to 'cdllcsdny Club. Mrs. j. A. Leech and Mrs, wil- mi H. Lawshe hostesses to "ChanX r-"D"ofHEO. ; Delphian mlets al Hotel Noble at :00 a.m. Thursday Rook meets with Mrs crt Mayo. - ' ' Thursday Union Thanksgiving Services at First Methodist Church at 3-30 am Dr. Alfred Vise, speaker. ''•.''. '"' Friday . Y Mrs.>0. O. .Elkins hostess to C;'B C. Club. ' '. : • • , •.. Friday Club meets with Mrs Hnr- mon Taylor. Joyces-Sponsored Dance To Be First Function In New Exhibit Building . First social function In the recently-completed Women's Exhibit Building al Walker Park will be held Wednesday night when Blytheville's Junior Chamber of Commerce sponsors a dance there Calvin Hill, chairman for the Thanksgiving Dance, said today that reservations will not be necessary He pointed out that plenty of tables will be available and there will be no extra charge for them. Music will be provided by Ted Fisher's band. Tickets nre on sale at many downtown drugstores or may be purchased at the door Wednesday night. The dance Is slated lo get underway at 9 o'clock. iMmisler to Ambassador Prior to the term of Graver Cleveland, England's envoy to the United Stiles was a minister instead of an ambassador. On completion of Cleveland's term, the minister wrote home that his reelection would be advantageous to England, so Clevc- ;and tendered him hts passport nijthcville Hospital Dismissed: Frank Saloan. City. Mrs. James Nichols. Steelc Juanita McMullin. City. Mrs. Mary Rambo, city. Mrs. Mary Ellen Wright, City ^_Mrs. Arlie Bryeans. and baby V, V. Lester, Holland; Mrs. Charles White, city Mrs. J. M. Hay. city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Ervan wimberly, city. Mrs. Eddie W. Ford, City. Doyle McCain, Luxora Wade Smith, Luxora. R. E. Deen, City. Guillermo Rom'erez, Air Base. C. L. Sanford, Holland. Mrs. Clayton Holder, Rt. 2. Selected Short Subject* Continuims Shottloi ETtrrda; RENT A CAR Urive Anywhere Vou rteast Simpson Oil Co Phone 937 Gayle's swallowed a bobby pin! .[When her twe-year-old daughter swallowed a Bobby pin late one evening, Mrs. Chenoweth rushed to the lelephone-And this scries of calls followed. She says that she wouldn't even try to guess what these calls were really worth to her. But she can tell you what her actjal cost vtas-lcss than 2c each!- Mrs. Chenoweth knows the cost because she kept an accurate record of all her telephone conversations, then checked it against her monthly bill. "I never realized before," she reports, "how much the telephone helps me rim our hotiseykeep in touch with our friends and meet emergencies. It's a real bargauil" To Kirs. Chenoweth's verdict, may we add: We're doing our best to make your telephone service a real bargain today . . . and to keep it growing in value every year. Southwestern Bell Telephone Company. / e'« gives to much for so liltle? Called Gr.ylc's doctor. Bui he isn't homcl Got our family doctor. Gaylc's not chol'jaa, jfl no real tlanpcr! flomc from -T-rni/. Celled my husbantl. Gatjlc's fincl Caylc's doctor called. Brin£licr in for X-ray in the niornini'. Matin an appointment for an .\-raij. Tlic plianc-rang ''' c r "' "/ ' 7| c Aii/-f/ic family otid fricruls calling to tuk about Gatjle. My iislcr-in-Jaio My neighbor A/y aunt The Wonder- Gift you could never give before ... The POLAROID' pichire-in-a-minute camera Poll ^Parrot SHOIS FOR ' * S AND GIRLS ft* t*e it nt fits youi child jjeti t'rom Poll-Pirroii actuil Pit- Ttscing by hard. playing boyi and girli! Iv.ry model pre-tested for wear, fo, fit. fo, style & Here's truly moticrn piiolo^raphy! The new Polaroid Lnrjt* Camera gives you the picture 60 seconds after you snap the ilmltcr. Anjcru can map them . . . rterjvm tan enjoy tlicm — on the spot. 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