The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 28, 1949 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 28, 1949
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COUBIER NEWS Jane Shellon, Society Kdi'.or Phone 4461 Miss Ross Becomes BritJe Of John \V. Cross Mr. and Mrs. Rutherford Jack Ro.^s of Fort Smith annouuc'o the marriage of their daUKMk'r, Miss Sire Deariug Rots, to John \V. Oro.s«, sou of Mr. luirt Mis. <}c(M£c l-'xl- ward Cross <if Hlytlnivillc. Ttir wedding was sntrrmm*'rl Saturday Nov. 5 at St. John's EpiM-nini! Church, Springfield. Mo. Mrs. Cross is the Granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wotsey Randall Martin and Mr. and Mrs. Char! Ross, all of Tort Smith. Both Mr. and Mrs. Cross plan continue their studies at the Ui vcrslty of Arkansas where ih were students at the time of the marriage. Mrs. Cross Ls a mnmb of Kappa Kappa (lamina nnci M Cross, 1'i Knppn Alpha. Greenfield Visitor Fclecl At Desserl Bridge Parly Mrs. Cecil James of Greenfield Term., who Mas a gui'si durlni! tli 'rlialikfiM'viiig holidays of her bn (her. Newton Whiiis. Mrs. whiti and son. \va.s complimented S;aur day afternoon when Mr:;. WJjlti entertained dessert bridge stiem a the Country club. Fall flowers were placed alon the glass enclim-d sunporrh of th Club \vhere the Kihvt.s were sf.-itet: liouqueus of yellow chrys:mtnr mums and a low bov,-] lilled \vitl multi-colored cat-tails ami vanqat cd wheat made up the floral decor atinns. In the games Mrs. Charles din Rer won dish, and Mrs. A. K. Wei- enknmp second high and alsr bridgo. The guesl of honor was als< presented a gift. The gift wrapping.' were in complement to the fal colors o f brown, bronze ant orange. Mrs. Fendler Presents Review For Womans' Club Mrs. Oscar rendler presented a book renew, "Ann of a Thousand Days" at the meeting of the Woman's club Friday. A brief business meeting preceded the review with Mrs. Clean Atkinson presiding in the absence of the president, Mrs. Kendall Berry. Mrs. George M. LCD gave a report on the recently held Governor's Safety Council in Little Rock. Mrs. Louis Hubcner introduced Mrs. Fendler who gave the review. Hostesses for the afternoon meeting were Mrs. V. G. Holland. Mrs. J. G. Barnes, Mrs. William Berryman, Mrs. John Foster. Mrs. James C.'. Guard. Mrs. Dale Horn. Mrs. John C- McHancy. Mrs. W. L. Moxley and Mrs. K. L. Turck. • • . * » Birthday Parly Fetes J. LeRoy Hucldleslon, Jr. . J. LeRoy Huddlcston. ,lr..\.on of Mr. and Mrs. J. LcRny Huildlcstoli, Sr., was complimented on his eighth birthday Saturday when 11 friends gathered at, his home on Chickasawba for a theatre party. After presenting gifti to the honoree the group attended H movie before refreshments were served at the Razorback. Centering the table at which the guests were sealed was the birthday cake topped with ciRlvt pink candles. Assorted foods were served the guests. Puzzles were presented as favors. Mrs. Huddleston \va.s assisted bv Mrs. A. C. HuddleMon. Sr., o'f Brlnklty, grandmother of the honoree. School Sponsors Benefit; Picks Most Popular Girl Miss Pafsv Haynes. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A- Haynes. was named the mast poplar s irl at the Thanksgiving Uo.y s,,pper and Community Sing, conducted last, Uedm-snay at the clear Lake School. T. J. Simpson, principal of the school said today th,.t about SBS hart been cnllecteri at the event ono that the funds would he divided among the various classrooms lo buy needed equipment The Rev. j. E. 0.x. :>i,h>r of the ClPiir I,,kr. H; ip ,j,t Ch'mrh. riircrt- M A K K 11C I) Ri'X.'KNTI.Y — jMr.s. John W, Cross -mis IJE- i'ore ln>r inar- I'iage Nov. 5 in St. John's Kpis- copal Church in S |i r i n Afield, Mo., Afiss Sue Dearinij Koss of Fort Smith. Uolli Mr, itnti Mrs. Cross are students ;il the I'nivot'sily of Arkansas. Kity- ettt-villu, Coming Events Social Calendar Tuesday iah School p.T.A. study course t Home Ell. Cottas;<: at 7:45 with Mrs. O. K. Quellmul/. loader. Lit Polite entertained by Mrs Eric Vhitley. Mrs. R M. 'I'uin, Jr., compliments 'ri-Tov.-n with liuichroii. Club Eight meet.s with Mrs Graam Sudbury. \\ edncsi^y Mrs. Baker Wilson entertains Vedne.sday Club. Town mill Country Club meets itii Mrs. P. D. Poster. Thursday Mrs. George Slihvell hoslc-ss to hurjday N'iglit Club. Mrs. w. J. Cupplcs hostess to valon Bunco. Thursday Contract meets witli rs. K. Ronim. Mrs. Leon Schcrer hostess to hursday Rook. Mid-Week Club mcts with Mrs J. Leech. Mrs. Jack Henry with Mrs. Hill cClurc co-hostess will entcitain u 1'hi Mil sorority. Friday Mrs. R. A, Copcland hostess to C C. Club Friday Contract mcls with Mrs. irjnon Tavlor Coimm Civic Calendar Monday Junior Chamber of card—7:30 p.m. Tui-.silay Lions Club. Hotel "Noble — r>-15 p.m. Chamber of Commerce—2:30 p m American lesion—8:0 p.m. H'edncsdav Khvanis club. Hotel Noblc- p.m. Thursday Ritary Club. I'.otef Noljle- p.m. Junior chamber of c PTA Study Course Begins Tuesday Night at Cottage A hiuh srhool PTA study course will be conducted Tue.sday njuhi beBuming at 7:45 at the High School Home Economics cottage. Mrs. O. E. Quellmalz will b c the leiulcr for the study with the Junior HiRh IM'A being invited to attend. Immediately following the study a social hour will be held with fathers of the students bcino invited to attend. All mothers were urged bv the publicity chairman. Mrs. Herbert iV Swearengcn, Sr.. to attend At The Hospitals Hlylhcville Hns|iil:,l Dismissed: C. F. Jones. Jr.. steele. Mrs. Dale liriggs, City. Calvin C. Smith, citv Mrs. Russell II. Parr.'city. Jimmy Johnson, City. Mrs. J. K. Edwards, city Mrs. Pnrvln McDermott." City Walls Hnspitat >ismiR.sed: Jeffry Tyler, Steele. If. J. Bond. Arnmrcl Roid Mrs, William L. Brorte Air Base Mrs. J. D. Lewis and baby. city. Bits of News Mrs. J. M. Walls mid Mrs, Lillian Franks returned Sunday from Columbia, Tenn., where they spent the Thanksgiving holidays as guests of Mrs, Walls' sons, Tom and Joe. who are students at Columbia Military Academy In Columbia, Miss Winnie Virgil Turner returned yesterday from Newborn, Tcnn where she spent the Thankssiviii" holidays as guest of relatives and friends. Mrs. Cecil James of Greenfield, Tenn,, was a holiday guet.1 of her brother, Newton Whltis, Mrs. Whitis and son. Mr. and Mrs, E. p. still have returned from a ten day visit in Plymouth, N. c. Miss Evelyn Jean I'igj hns relurll- :il to Vanderbilt, Nashville after spending the Thanksgiving Holidays in O.sccola as of her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pigg. During the holidays Miss Pigg was also the juest of her roommate. Miss Betty lubie, in Knoxville where she at- i ended the Vandcrbilt-University of | Tennessee football game. Miss Pigg ' vns motored to Memphis by her notlier and aunt, Mrs. Roland •reen of Dlythevillc. Mr. and Mrs. Smith lirackln had then- gue.sLs over the Thanksgiving holidays their son, the Rev. icrnard Brackin, and Gene troenkc of Sedalla. i\fo. They were iccompanied to Eilylhevllle by Miss ', Joan Krocnke and Miss Delorcs ; Stoncm. ML« Kroenke visited ncrt s the guest of her tmcle and aunt he Rev. and Mrs. E. T. Kelly ant! ther relatives. Miss Storem, for- lerly of Blytheville, Ls remaining or an extended vteit with relatives. Marion Randolph Smith has re- irncd to the University of Arkan- is, Payettcville. after visiting here •i puest of his grandmother, Mrs. I. G. Goodwin and sister Miss Kav mith. ( Mr. and Mrs. O, N. Hawkins spent le Thanksgiving holidays in Mor- rllton as guests of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Loggins had a.s their weekend guests Mr. Logtjlns' sisters, the Misses Verna and Eliz- abctli Loggins of Tiptonville. Tenn. Drs. Carl and Edna Nlcs have returned after spending the holidays in Vicksburg. Miss., : ,s the guests' of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bond. Miss Billie Sue Burks left Sunday for Texas Slate College lor Women, Denton. Texas, where she is a senior to resume her studies after spending the holidays here R.S guest of her parents,'Mr. and Mrs .Guy Burks. Mrs. G. M. Powell has returned to tier home in Battle Creek, Mich., after visiting here as guests of her HECOMKS nniDK - Mrs. Curby Cleveland was before her marriage Thanksgiving Day at the Gosnell Methodist Church Miss Ruby Cain daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cain. parents, Judge and Mrs. G. M, Keck and other relatives, Mrs. A. C. Huddleston Sr., of Brinkley Is visiting here as guest of ier son, J. Lofioy Iliiddie.ston, Mrs. ttuddleiton and family. Hilly Bob and Jack Elliott have returned to Arkansas Tech. Russellville, after spending the holidays here a.s of ilieir parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Scruggs. They had as their guest. Bill Huey of Memphis, who is also a student at Arkansas Tech. Mr. and .Mrs. Don Haley spent Sunday in Eton-nil where they visited Mrs. Haley's siMer. Mrs. Grover Jackson. They also visited relatives in Lepanto. Mrs. L. M, Burnett returned Sunday night from Athens, Ala., and Lau rencebiH'ir. Tenn., where she spent the holidays with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. John Burnett and family spent Sunday In Jonesboro. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Waht returned Sunday from Oklahoma City, Okla.. where they spent the Thanksgiving holidays as guest of Mrs. V/ahl's brother, Charles Nash. Mis. Bob Williams of Owcnsboro, Ky.. formerly of Blytheville, returned to her home Sunday after spending the Thanksgiving holidays as guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Mathews. Charles ailbiey son. of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Bilbrey. who recently inderwent an appendectomy at BIy- thevillc Hospital, has been returned to his home. His condition is satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Johmiv Matthews of Tunica. Miss., were the weekend glie5l.s of Mr. and Mis. B. M. Matthews, * WE, THE WOMEN Bl SUTB'l UKA SUB Writer •*«k Mlllett "You say 'mast unhappy house ives have one thing In common Well, m tell you what a mc'r male think* they have In cotnmo —not enough to do so lhat the have time for silling around stud} Ing over whether they are happy 0 not." So writes one of my men read ers. Thai's a popular masculine belie Ml.ter. But It's mostly a myth. At least It's not true of the frus :r.'iled housewives who write to me. Mans of H«m enclose i schedul of a typical day In their live.*—am hose schedules would make enllght ened reading for a lot of men whi claim the whole trouble with wo men is that they have too much time on their hands. The housewife who gels up at «:3( and keeps on the Jump until o'clock, cooking, washing dishes scrubbing, washing clothes, Ironing baby-tending, and so forth and so on. Isn't being made unhappy by too much leisure. Operate on a Full Schedule Women don't have to have leisure to brood In. A woman has plenty of time to figure out whether she Ls getting anything out of life or not, while she has her hands In the dish[>an, Is bent over an Ironing board, or is down on her hands and knees scrubbing a balhroom floor. If women with leisure time on | their hands are unhappy, 1 don't hear much about it. So far as my mail Indicates, such women know a good thing when they see it and are doing Just dandy. The ones I hear complalnt.i from are women who have too much work and too little fun In their lives, who have too many responsibilities and too little encouragement, who are giving every day far more than they get in return. There may be, women in the world who have been made unhappy by an automatic washing machine, but I haven't met one—in person or | through my mall. Read Courier News Want Ads ''lythoYille Student, Studying Medicine, Gets Arrpy Internship Mlnstrrl -S.Co p.m. Municipal AU- dilnriiiiH. I Friday Juiiinr Chamber n i Commerce 8:00 p.m. Read courier News Want Ms Wimam v. Harrison of Highway 61 South, of BIythevillc. has been selected .-Tor nn Army Internship, bfinninf, July i, 1955 Ho Is one of 245 out of 1.014 tncd- tca! students.apply!,,? for the Internships to be successful. He will •12:10 i be aligned to the Valley Poree General Hospital at phocnlxvillc Pa., for his internship. He Is a fourlh year student, at the New York University, College of Medicine. New York. N. Y. merce -Supper fo Be Given At Chapel Church A box .-upper will be qivr-n We iii.-tiay ill,;],, a! , hc c ,,., pl A I'-iijIovv.iis rupiwr. sp-Tial nni-lr- will Ix- p;c«n,«vi by the Mrtionild Quartet of Kcnnctti Mo. ,• "« ' S, siSiMSSSasiS; Ginliuiiniis Shows lir>\ OlTu-e Open* 1 : Slnnv SlarLs 2:11(1\ TO KI.CN I.asl 1'ime T<nl;iy It's a Great THIS TIME TRV 666 FOR YOUR COLDS'MISERIES IT'S DIFFERENT... "" Vou fr . t ,, (ifi6 Ilot .. licves "acluurss" hut ., S redw.cs foverishnoss «„ f ns an cxpwiormil. a \t s , n f < 1 .' 1 "»K'ii>i'-ousfroinl,ron f'"" l.r,-ifl s .Soovcnirot|" r medii-inos havo failed you - • . just, try (SCO. ' IN LIQUID OR TABIETS »M£ r*sr «EIIEF IN SOIH anil Selrrlcd Shnrts Cntitiminu.s Sliowlnt Everidaj Tuesday & Wednesday — »RAOUL WALSH Nlnirl Sulij.ils , Slmu Starts 7:00 Box OfTicc Opens 5:15 Hargain Ni K ),i Kverj Ni e hl Kvcrpl Saturday Ni> passes Immircd O n Sundar al Tlic ROXV t.asl Time Tndav (r>OL'llI.t KEATUHK) Bbndie Hits the Jackpot with IViiny and Arthur Where the North Begins "itti Russell Itayden .mil Jennifer Holt FOX MEWS Tuesday & Wednesday THE "'IT'S MAGIC' MUSICAL] WARNER MICHAEL CURTIZr»ooucii'o» ..,. OSCASl£VANI-S.i, SAKAU ,'j;^ Sclnclcd Short Subjects Arkansas Youth Wins Soil Conservation Prize CHICAGO. Nov. 28— W/—Eight farm lads today won $300 college scholarships for their 4-H Club work in soil conservation. The purpose of the scholarships —donated by the Firestone Tire and Rubber Company—was to help 4-K Club members to understand the value of soil conservation and SEW SIMPLES SOW...!I,IKE YOUR ' iuiahing touches lo lovely Inblc fellings . . . such as every good Iio&tc36 looks (or ,. . are provided l>y llicsc import.nil "other" pieces matching your Gorliam* pnllcrn. Gravy I.ndlcs or Cdlil Meat Korke, oilier serving piece* .Hid ninny of the jil.irc pieces nol available for years may he obtained lit our Blorc now. Conic in or pliune your requirements lod»]f. •TRADE MAKki. MONPAT. NOVEMBER gg, 1949 •——^—— —_^ British Bishop Urges Sterilization of Unfit By Sue Burnett These clever big and mt], ,,-, rocks are delightfully „!"' £ he begmner can turn them out in o time. Drawstrings at the Mi rds of 38-inch ' * 3 a 7 r « and K 8 " 3 C ° meS in slz « 3, 4, S and « years. Sac u i. 4 "ds 01 35 or 39-Inch ue Burnett, Courier News sin »uth Wells Street, Chicago 7 IN Send 25 cents today for the 'new 11 and Winter FASHION 64 ges of smart styles, special attires. ?Yee pattern printed in- ue the book. apply It In their dally farm lift The winners include William A unsick, 16, of Tuckerman Ark BIRMINGHAM. Eng[»,,d, N . 28. Wi— A Church of Engl.nd blsh,, urged Britain today to sterlllz. tS5 unfit »nd make birth control I national policy. Dr. E. W. Barnes, bishop of Blr inlngham. said unless this [ 5 done Britain will become perilously over crowded. He .called the British lsle« "the paupers of (he English-speaking world." The bishop lold the Birmingham Rotary Club the labor government', welfare stale has nude u,e problem more pressing than ever "We must get rid of the slovenlv vicious, Idle wasters of Ihe rom'.' munlly," Dr. Barnes declared "Un fortunately, the welfare state Is only • too likely to encourage their In- Son of Stuttgart't Founder Dies at 88 ^ STUTTGART, Ark.. Not. 2S. , A pf — ine son of the founder of Stuttgart, the rice producing capital of Arkansas, has died. He Is Adam F. Buerkle, M, son of he late rtev. Adam Buerkle. a Lutheran minister who moved to this Grand Prairie section In the 1870', and founded the city, naming it aft- r his native Stuttgart, Oermanv Buerkle died Saturday a i Vh. home of a daughter, Mrs. Gordon Hampton of Memphis. Funeral ser- ices were lo be conducted h«re this fternoon. Churchill Returns LONDON Nov. 2«. M>,_Sm(llng nd appearing fit, Winston Church- I took his seat In the House of ommons today, fully recovered rorn a cold which kept him Indoor, II last week, other member, heered his return. Churchill, Brl- alns w«rtime prime minister m-ill t 75 years old on Wednesday. Bon Discrimination WASHINGTON, Nov. 3S-W>~ lie National Interfraiernlty Coun- 1 has taken an official stand gainst racial or religious bars to enibership In college fraternities. ^ie council passed anti-bias r«s- utlon, 3S to 3. at the closing ses^ on of its conference SaHirdalif i*ht. Ninteen fraternities did not' Read Courier News Want Ad« ALUMINUM TILE DEMONSTRATION DECORATE WITH ALUMINUM WALL TIH Colorful, pemnonent wall cover low-priced! Cleans in a Hash! Won't chip, Cfack, peel! A O F Rustprool! Wide variety oF lush-ous, lash'ng "^-l - colors! p i 6cev eos y to -, nS | 0 H( Attention Ail Home Owners and Contractors: Mr. Ray Peak, of Ihe Straits Wall Tile Company, will be in our store all day Tuesday .November 2!) lo give a free demonstration on Aluminum Tile. Air. Peak will be K lad to discuss personally with you, your plans on tiling your hrme. Mr. Ralph Caudle, of the Building Ma- lemls Department, will also he on hand (o help figure the job for you. You Don't Want to Miss This!

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